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 -���*:  cC&4  zi��  <*��*<  *A1  p5*>..<  >.i ia  ��� <  in  loud project  '��eked cotmci  epl fees  a chmkrs  2m   A'j.st.   o't:j.'  - r a ph i,c   I n d u s t f i eS  vvo,X;       '      .���    . f*./-v  ' y.    '.  ���������/���  i.    W     ���     ���        ���  AFTER some.years involving -legal., prob-  /^le.ms,   technicalities    and   negotiation,  ...,������ . .     " . jj.  pie who. a"bide by ;th'e 4aws.  CQMEUI.SORY  SERVICE  Serving the Sunshine Coast, (Howe Sound to-Jervis' Inlet), "including Port Mellon, Hopkins Landing, Gi-.qntn.ams' Londjhg, Gibsons, Roberts Creek,  ^Wilson Creek, Selma Pdrk;<5eche1t,/Half moon Bay, Secret Cove/Pendor Harbour, Madeiro Park, Kleindale/ Irvine's lpanding,���E'arl Cove, Egmontv  LARGEST CIRCU  ^y^gad^^^ -  co"strVc^��" .fsvP��w^vBoint Road in the cluce. .compuiSoryr   garbage   pick'-up' and/   B  village .ot Gibsons,:     .���-���*> ���      ' " disposal serviise-^within ,the village. This"  -���Legal, detail!; ,havc boon   Carried   out ��� wfli gome'"about this yek^-at which time.  OF AKV PAPER ON THESOUTHfRN SUNSHtNE; coast.  Registration No. 1��^2  ��   /nol.aassMon    ,^  Union   fi^kr "Label ���.. ��� '   .    .*; ���'  This Issue 8 Pages ��� 12c  Volume ?, No. 6 r-WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 5, ^1972  by municipal lawyer Bruce Emerson who,  at  laSfe meeting of. cou-ncil,  raised a^few  eyebrows with submission of his bill and  'accompanymg. letter.  Pointing out, that his services in connecting   with ."."the ^matte*!-  are v now   cdh- ���  eluded,   Mr.   Emerson   explained   that 'it  ,a  contract  will  be  entered  into  wi1��h ��� a  ^  collector,  probably .Bob   Kelly   who   has  served the-community swell fo.r a number1  of years:  PROTESTS \        **  ������ ^Numlier-of Jacqfrrnferdian^railfp^ar^"^-  to. discuss" with  council  previous  prepa-  llah; bf^1?. ��"e- Pf lh-e Ao��t time ���conauming.rT..^|s_fiM..,4fl(:reasi1ig.. business^icencer-in- -  and difficult  land   matters  in  which; he  has "ever been engaged. Altogether he has  devoted approximately 87 hours/or equiv-  ��, alent. to  eleven" days ���tor-the - affair.~~ftis"  bill,  based upon a -$40  per houivfee  is,  ���he   said .fairly   standard   for   a   solicitor  of   his   experience;   Total .  amount    was  . $3',500.plus'ineidentials. He' suggested that :  payment by Christmas would be apprfeci-  ated. ���  ��� ' ��� .1  Following  a  number  of  caustic  comments  by  aldermen,  it  was  agreed  the  ��� bill be paid on receipt of plans from the  -   land���Regis try���Off ice'. ������^������ ���  TENDERS' ..%'���'  Another item of surprise was the vast  difierenUr in two bids for the sewer  pumping station contract. ; ��� ��� ' . ���  Low bid, accepted on recommendation  of engineers Dayton $ Knight, was from  Prpdec Pump Equipment Ltd. and amounted to 421,924^including extras and  provincial   5%   tax.. Second "bid   came"  certain categories'.' Mr. Lome7 Smith and- ���  Mr- Dave Parry, both questioned the fact  they were being assessed as mail order  houses-when, in fact, they are merely mail  order agencies." They if$t' the $50 per six:  month-:tax, excessive under the- circum- *.  -./stances. ,.'" .'.*"''  'Questions^ were -also, raised "regarding"  vending., niacnlnes. under 'the new propo-   ,  sals, also; .what benefit does' the merchant  get -iron/ trade licences. ���  It v/as explained that apart.from pro- "  viding^ a  source  of revenue ior the  village/   merchants ' are .offered   prote'etion ..  .from   peddlars   and    Uy-by-nights     who  might carry on business for a "short period  of time then lefrvej, without trace. Pp nnie.  in the,past, have been victims, of unethical  ,  -���operators but now it is' possible to exercise 'control. .'���'"���'  Adrhinistratpr Dave Johnston also vex-*,  plained that in West Vancouver, similar;;  trade-licences are considerably- more. He.;  from Ecodyne^JM^C^ .as^ajaetfaii^exkJ  -f^The Total.amount of $36,014. anvple.   ��� ���   . ���   ��� "   '���      ������    ,       )  LAY,  CHARGES  After  careful'   consideration. �� council  agreed .that   charges   be   laid  against   a  local builder-who has continued to flaunt  the Village' bylaws by building without a  permit. It was explained that the man  has been.repeatedly, advised to first ob-   -  ; tain necessary permits but has proceeded  to ignore  the regulations.  Another man  -faee;swsimilaV*'actionf^^  Aldermen agreed ,that action be" taken  as, a matter of principle in that it is not  fair to other builders and business peo-  4^ generous ddniiion  :EL"PHINSt6nE's- Band '.p^pgramme. re-  '. r Geiyed a' wonderful present just be-'  fore (Shristmas in the; form of ^"donation* from" a;' local music" eh^nttsisst. ��� ���;���  ��� Mr. Sid. Basey st resident "'of 'Gibsons  who ^because of the. depression and the  second' World War-Hnever- had an opportunity to play_a musical instrument him-_  self," gave 'a "cheque/ for ^00" to the /El-  phinstone Band Programme. Mr.. Basey  said".tTtBt when-he heard the Senior-lnter-  ' mediate Band play at the Remembrance  Pay Service in Gibsons, he was extremely, pleased with, the sound that came  from these" young people - and somehow  or other he was going to do all that he  could to help keep this a very active,  .programme^-.N ."'.'.  Mr. .Basey   presented   the   cheque   to  ;?*    ���'  M.��. Mel Campbell, band instructor With  the request that the money be used to-  ward"s either instrument purchase or in  another, way towards band sweaters.  ��� When barid members yvere told of this  generous donation, their reaction was one  of' delight and appreciation.-  Public asked to avoid  Sechelt project . . .  c  I Worthy Project      >  promotion advertising is. not always    iaries accepting a cheque' for -$333.50  jjist another girnmick as Coast. Cable    from Coast   Cable  Vision   district  /Vision proved over   the Christmas    manager John Thomas,  and Lions  : Reason wjien the firm offered a free ' president Mr. Les English received  t*.   Ml* 1VW  ^J"Mflf ^pPfffW^V *&&$��*&&****  t*H���4  ���.'fy-xt  1  No tuLUMN   .  There will be no rialfmoon' Bay History in this week's'time. Our long-time  columnist . Mary- Tinkley has been, on  vacation/ and*.was   unable -to. return   in  SECHELT and District Chamber of Commerce' held its last meeting of, 1971  Decenil5eS'r-26thi-��:t;-:wWeh^'time-H-h.e--.;new-.  slate of officers were elected unopposed.  Vice president Doug Wheeler, completed  j....._^gwgjt-fgj.gj ljutc declihed nomination for president.'  New slate includes: president Morgan  Thompson, vice, president George^ Flay,  tEgaiurfti;,,,l^;b^^gSi-!-��auicu4;ivo,' D&Vg;  Wheeler, Bill Swain, Ben Lang, John  ThomasT" Mrs. Pat Myrphy, Cliff Olsen,'  Alf. Briedefield, Keith Duffy. Joe Benner  assumes the position of >past president. >���.���  Official installation - is "scheduled fpr  January 29th and will combine with the  Chamber's annual grand banquet, normally held in the fall but'cancelled last year  TMore iroirFMary iiextj^week.  :   vi.    -.1 k~- ��� ���   vMi'-' "   "-' ������-.'.'    '*���: *''���"'  RECREATION  Recyeation    'C���$r<fr'~! "���.nnrnmitt^   ryuim  mm*  this" time include^refreshmen|s,^banquet, Dui'j  'instaltatibrr of executive !anct" followed " of s'  With-: professional'    entertam'mlBrllZZand  grant to Elphinstohe High School in 1972  and  establishment  of "a  boat  launching  ramp at; Porpoise Bay is another nearing-  finalizanon. ' / "  ...... (Jljairrnan-of. the,ramp,.committee, Ben  Lang/ has piii? in a_ great deal of time  corresponding/ and meeting with government officials/The area-of the proposed  ramp has been surveyed by engineers  -BTKt"^r^ccnTiF(^  of tne provincial deparTmeht for approval.'  Mr. Lang repotted that he is confident  the proposals.ygll .be approved. The way  will. then. D^Tcjear for the work to be  carried out., 5 J /      ,  Plans call for utiliziation of approximately 12 foot strip of the exjsting'ramp,  constvuetecj originally for barge landing  installation" or extra outlet to any-  qne   contributing. $5 to  either - St.  flary's Hospital ^Auxiliaries or the  unshine Coast^Libns> (^b^-#he= happy outcome pictured here shows Mrs,  .lylel   Raines, chairman   of the CO'  ordinating Council- of the six atixil-  -#.- ^- .- : ^-���������^������-'  a cheque for $95 for the Lions Christmas Charity Tund. Coast Cable Vision gained 81 installations or extra  outlets.-'^Both .-organizations*'express  thanks. to those who contributed so  generously. '  For SunshfneiCoasf  ^Mer-JinrBxteiK  "JUST a reminder that, specifically, during   winter    conditions, - B;C.   Hydro  xijnes can get damaged by< eith,er -falling  tree's^ heavy snow loadings- or. vehicles  sliding off roadways. Please/remember  to stay away from any fallen wires,  poles etc., regardless of their location  or from any tree * which is near, or'in  contact with'such plant. This is for your  "''owrT'pr-otecOon arid" safety of .others. Even  . our professional people cannot,' in most  'cases, determine whether or not- a ywire  "is dead or still -alive by just looking at  ���itr���They must^ollow'-strict safetjCproce-  :---!,  -���)",.  showing January 16  dui'es to ensure, at all times,/that the  plant Js safe to be workjd ;upon. J/a^^..^:  ' Pleased also,~ report'"any such .condition immediately.;to your &.C. Hydro  office at Sechelt by. phoning 885-2211, or  ' to the B.C. Hydro TroubleJ^enter^J^aai  couver, Zenith"''.7430. Your co-6peratjon  Sm4���assistance   is   greatly   appreciated/'  THERE has been talk of a film society  on Hhe   Sunshine   Coast   for   several-  wars,   but   now  one   has   been   started.  Calle'd   the   Kwahtahmoss   Film   Society  ("Kwahtahmpss", a Salish,word arid name  of Miss Jean Brodie among other films.  -Recently, Maggie Smith starred in  Hedda Gabler on stage" in London- directed "by Ingmar Bergman -who is the  director of Persona. She says of hirh that  resident passes  Campbell RiverDiBC. 27  FbRMER Sechelt resident,' Mrs; Dorothy  pfceir  slated a public meeting in tlie Roberts  Creek, elementary school Tuesday- Jan,Ur  ary, 11th at ft pm.jAll interested in. ttie  project are invited to attend. (Reterendum  dancing. Further details will be announc  ed in a later edition of the Times.  During the past two years the Cham  ber  has  purchased  a  trailer  which  has  wilt be .organized by the Regional Board     served two seasons/as a tourist rJuseau,,    mered no opposxtipn and Unapproved,  ,...:���:..;,���,.       ,'    nnangial/gr^^^  some encountering .diffigulties and the  Chamber has been repeatedly asked to  help remedy the situation.  Adja.cent property owners 1 have registered n'o opposition and if approved, (rje  early this year.  ^endoPTHarbour High School girls, who  -last summer toured Great Britain participating in  basektball. contests-,  and  also  the  Sunshine  Coast   Recreation   Centre  INDEMNITIES  Regional  Board    at  its   last  regular  ���   meeting'approved a bylaw malang official  ' the payment1 of '$25: perrnQmber for e^ch'   Committee;-Furthqr to that;'"funds"'were*  meeting*attended. This  include? regular     raised to provide 12,000 brochures of the  ,nionthly^mecUngs^and ^ whiel^   ,^ere  ',"lng^'"'iV*'is,:':a^sunie^iltlii^  m,embers who see fit to attend all com*     than   ever   before"  and ��� consequently"   a  mittee   meetings   regardless   of   whethejo1   ��� healthy   bank   balance   presently, exists,  they comprise the committee or not.  ,//     Funds have "been ��� allotted for a-student  naving 'where necessary.  Hospital Auxiliary  commended on tdt0ring  LAST, regular   meeting   of   the, Roberts  ^a  ''^%<Creek^^^  as usual in' St. Aidanrs Churc^Hatl but  in the afternoon- rather than the .normal  evening event.--.�����".���''���:�����*�����'-������"��������� ����������� -��� .����� < ,^- -..����v.;-*...*!-  Mrs. Niva. rjfewman reported on a  number ol successful gi^up'caierlngs'iiu-  cluding oho of particular note carried put  mainly by Mvs/JBata which/was' entirely  Gibsons   on   conseoutive   Sunday   after  noons   at   2   p.m.   commencing   Sunday,  January   16,. 1972:    '    \ -     ' : .  ' ,  ._.. Membership |ee for any or all of the  films   is  $5   per   person.   Cheques,  for  ~'ae'posit ,in  trie - Society's acfeourjit Aii; thq  Gibsons  branch  orihe^Rbyiii1 jB$rik76f  Canada; should be made payable to the  Kwahtahmpss Film Society and sent t6  'Allan' J,  Crane; /P.O., Bo*:;- 74, .Gibsons,  "���'"������B.^v-'Return--addresses should ^b^'inciuded'  so that-membership cards ea,ni:ipe,pent/   ,  and her - nurse-companion. The actress  relies -on the nurse (or moral sustenance;  but tlie nurse so identifies with the actress  that she unhesitatingly reveals her most  intimate secrets to her. Trie manner In  which the. actress uses-r-and misuses-?-  these, secrets is what gives trie film it's  dyhartism a��d Bergman one of his'finest  opportunities 'to use his eamera as a  scalpel. -   It' is' lioped lliatMliese" three 'films (arid  the one to be booked fdr February 6th)  most of ller familv live/,/  She is survived ���by orie sop, George in  Aldei-grq.ye; two daughters, Mrs. T..(Dee-  dep) Adams, Campbell'River and/Lanie  who lived, at,-home. Also two grandphild-;,,,  ren and her,, mother, Mrs.,, y.. Morgan.,of.,,'  Surrey.  Two" 'brothers  Bill' Mbrgstn * arid  Len   Morgan, bqth   of   Campbell  Rive.r; ���  ��� three   sisters,   Mrs.   W,   J.   (Doris)   Bell, ,  < Surreyj Mi's. W. (Jean) Anderson1, Pririce  ' George arid Mrs/' LZ (JUlia). GoaltesrLarig-  ley. /��� ' . ' �����.."���  '.81  ..Al..Aho--Umc*oUWriUng,.Mlthrco1^  '." '-itii'iJi'.���;���' i'-i> '_" 'i:"- l'L   t.-li.i'L.-ii '''''A'" VJ?'/c ���" ".('i.,i,:'"f.n:i.u^'', *:.' !i'^^^'''" A iv   ii^V1  ir" <i' '-j'^j -   'l;..:.: o.r-.i'i !':.'��� -ntJ;./.' ���\\T^,:i.~iu:Ui^.j iK'l.'.'':i.lii !  four '"films' have been bookeicl. A fourth  ift still under consideration for February  6th,v.and will be., booked, early,,,in, .the  Now' Year, -The full programme will be  advertised'ln next1 week's paper. At present* the Soolety is limited to films  fayailable - In  35 -mm,,  format^ but  Mr.  fine 'films  to coriie/ All thai' is 'needed    ber 3isf liri' New Westmiriister/Donations'  is that the venture be adequately sup-    were requested to be sent-to the Canadian  ..poi'led...,..,,.:,, .,,///,,.���.,��� v .,. ., .,.r,1,fii���,;ll���,,;,,.^,���.���>,,..v;.Canccr..,.'Society.a .,..v.v ,','..,.��.<,.!u��.��l...-t,,.,,,r,:<,,,,,(,i,i..,���.;.  ��� Chinese food.�� All -catering* projects��>receK����J3oothroydrof��Uw'��Twi|lghU.Tl}oatrtf|Wla  Remanded oxi bail,. . .  vtid very favorablo cpmriient,  Now slate of officer^jtor 1972 was  votcd'in arid>V|include: president! Mrs. G.  Newman,-��ylco prcslclont Mrs, M.-RainoS,  Hceond vlco prcHldcnt Mrs. J. L. 'IronT  side,. secretary. Miu ."A. ...E, "MeJUwalno  9xpectlng";to purchase 16 mm, equipment  soon  whldh  will open the dp'6r to i'n-  '''numcrabioiKfllmic'''trefrs'Uresr"'^  iSio' films -booJ?ed so'"?at;';''ai'o'r"ftB,,-,"fnl-  lowSi January Hi Circus (Charlie Chaplin). Jauuiuy.28 Othello (Lfuu'ence Olivier  ���fiK'^ftWW.^VlKft'HB ��jf**W* W^fS' ��*lf1% li^.t >UV tr^1-<M����i^tS,il  ��� IV  X.  .i  ...iJm'.J  i i  #.  ���ircHHiuw Mrs. N( P, Gregory, publicity    /Mubb'Io Smith/ Fnmk Flnlay), .January , ���UC�� ffiM .wnd1.��',��rfl?ilTh?.���n?  ��� D���WW   2W?���'. Mc(?ohnoH   pSntc  ��� Mrs, J. W. Glbris;     ' ���        "   ���     ���        -no Pm-stijia (Ingmar Boii'mah) i '   ,;;.,/.,   Murk Mft,t'hell,*uged 2^  ...    Mii.NowiiiHn^lHo-BwvoL^^^^  IIW dologal^ vbU lo.tlio, annual amvt)n-, ,.   (tlia'H    ,, nP,   ,Ti    ��i     S    n Vi '    Uwfl-from two summer homos at Red-'    Crook  arou    to  ERipoht"   during  IIW Uoloflnlqn vMl lo4lS"lunnulll0conv^^Tf '^ub ^b''^ BbwdtifftY^  lion, hold In tlie Hotel VanemiYer/Meot-    fo,,u,|,�� )o"��U�� Chapl.lnfilm.^Mr, Booth  lug concluded.with u social half-hour and  exchange 'of;; i0^oirClVi'iflthii��s gifts/ Next  will. bo-'Jj  Roberts,  eo'hdltlon; only Ihrco 'accidents were rp��  Sechelt  theft  .-, ---.... --,      ropffH,-Ho is reported as "Having, stolon  ^<'Xl��!HWe^ Involved. - motor veliiclcs , - -  ^ybouMHht��� nncl j^; 0mf eha.'��o; "  ii/-  missing, lyioiU o'f those .wrio did see the  film ' wl 11 be ���'pleased < |6 ,��� have/; the 6p-  ' porti'uilty to boo'It agulh,    ",  erioll entered a1, plea of guilty and  Mr, Mohn  Epp  of  Cleavbvook B'.C,  We  was. remanded oh, ball ponding a pro- , skidded/.over  the eonlroMano  into' an,  .FIRST   BABY,,, 1372' :", ^     ;'M^:, ^M1 ^c"J1l��f uf'P /nw^ which was. unable, to  " A00,11 ��K����ri.     , 21st for sentence, ' ',.   avoid collision, Total damage,to vohleloH  St, Mary'H Hospital SoehoU was born lo        Othello, ,1h among Sir Laurence Oil- Officers of the QibtumN HCMP (Jetlieh-    a'mountcd  to fl.400.  Mr, and Mi'CSnbUirBto'Blfbf'^  busy  with-reported ~"'p^^iig Ttlio ^-oad  cheeks ' carded'd'ut'  J-nHdlnH. - Born ��t 3:3(1 p,m, January lnt,    by, MaKfile Smith wriom, many film, on-    riroak-lns.ana, trioft involving a ...numN*  6 lb. 0 o/��� i)ntnlaHt.H jytll,lJ'"��lofflVo^.;ri>���./|'rip  at yai'ion's  points, prior, ,���to ���:trio festive  Now in effect.  Prlmo    of;promlReri:,,prl6iv t() trio Chrlstmnfj fos-    H0WHon  no 'impairments iqm'oiTcountgr-  ^=s=ss=;y^{ivUlcHrIn"some��ons  been taken to,protect property and poljce ' ,f0w,duyH, bol'oro .. Christmas -amilnst a  *��� .       .-���      ,.        .�����.'-.    i. ., a . ������--��� ��� Plfl��',of not' guilty,  of beer Trom Il/uiHon'A Tramsforj1 clothing ;. ���; '��� ��� ������; <       \    ��� ' '>'  valued, at,jil,300 from Squwp.fo' Tr/jpiHfor;' ywiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiHiimiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiuiHUHiiiuiinma  llffcW*'  ,,eifth  toVtluiMmunint of  $234 ,fi,om...it|uj.  .LlloyuUCurtttdlan..Lortlou.,lGIJJsonB),,;.,cuuU,*1."  :>!  V'-'V'  r  LfMft  L/',%. y-.'r.  CJIipIstninp ilWoi liMbinoSs; fpr'^rg//;dhrl^m'ns (JvawI Pictured, ncccpllng ���  HdlHi-jWolUt-mMllmrfL., PhtHp ��� & lho.sot and its ^uarantco from ',Mr, i!  \Vlhiilrlg Uio flno 2^hcK"c'ol0rocl tolo-t ��� Alf, Brcdofolt, Mrs,. Wolla ,1s. on6 of  CAPITAL Gltlns Tf^/ls-now a Horrible  fact' for many peopilo and, Its (Implicit ���  UonH nro; slowly hoglnnlnH -to ilAwn on  a public which! la anxious loknow whi^t  it In all 'iw'iout,,. ;', ;    ."���'���.  '    Capilal Gains Services Limited wl|l<;h  i. has Un'ofAc'c^ii} Ddh MUl/t, Ontario was,  ',/qulek to riiibmlt to. nowHpapov, officer 'i\  TllW'nnfniJd^nrasi^^MiAiy'TftWd^tiofi:  '.1 tlons' about., capital   galniv Tho'��� hocvIoo -  urfors In arinwor innyfurlher MucuLlohii on ,  roiiuciit ulid offorn a record li'uepliii^ service ,U�� fad��Scrll>el'sl    '       .,������'.  w^rho-fv��Hu\viiiSri��**ut>i��lttccl-��a|-��-i)ew,!��'  .111)0 Jhfot tm\loll JOlPil09i-^j|B^WWMBJLv.  Q, What, In a Ciipitnl .GulnY       7  '    A, Any tlnio an liidlvldual* lluys cap'U  (a) properly, and tjion hoIIh It.for a profit,  this consUtutOH jy Capital, Qi>in,.,, ���  ' ' Q. Is'lh'^Tnx'on iV'Cap'lli'hrC  Same for Kvoryono?  A, Cnpltnl' Gnln's ara taxed  special method laid out' by thts Federal  i      ,     i .   i   .   .   - ��� '.        i   ,i   , '' ���'       |,i���     KH'. 1*.   ��     ���, '    '    .  h'rtaxable Incoino, In effect this moans,  \\w addUlonni tax on'a (a^pi) profit, 1o>  an Individual earnlnK .ipISB.OOO por' yoAr  would be. approximately iJfiOOi To i\n "Individual onvnlnii $10,000 per year, trio  additional lax would he VM, The small  Investor "does riot riuvo to pay as largo n/  ..tax as the Hlah-lpcomu larjje' Investor  w4  to trio amount ott}M\ from Brlmi'H Tasty  ' Tnlso-but; ��� 'double, "barrel   sriotfiuri  and"  nitrior ;arUe'lo's from^ono private rpHldonco'"'  'liD'd a TV 'set; eloetrlo''hoater';.andi other-  -, ltouiH, from I'nholher prWato roslduiico, "  "'"   Earlier.in Uio,.,w'efcMft Qooriio .Lowell  , Campbell, of Port .fylollton,- w��'��' charged  . on, ,iwo, counlH) ,ln��pali;pci kx}i;lVh)Hi inul,. re-,  fimal to take |h��'brouthnlywir test,'He  LwnlJlned..!i5;i,(iov,.,ojL.th<?;.f|t'st^coun.Ljtnd,  Ad-Briefs  point  llieway  to action!  Is only another form of lncbmo.tax./rhtH .    M J!W t ^^'n't.0,?( PZS ho*:wiS'  nppllur; lo bollj lndlvictualfi^nd, corpora-   Sl'^S"    ' " ,,       t..... .    , '  ' 'Campiiell''liud  Im'kji   charged ' In" tlie  i-urly'.'hmini (if Ucccinlior a,1rd when spot-  In, Today's Classified:-    v  MKIWOOJVT HUllo���c-uniplqtq "wUri"   miit- '  tross,  Two yearn  oJtl,, riot,rcqulreU  y-  anyuioro,  tlons  , o,' In Kvcryjhhv; I Own Huhjcot to  ^nA^JNol4Aliy^'u;llcJ��.,^Umt���Ja^{ipJdv4pr^,4ho.i"oud*.��Whcu^  under $1,000 that Is considered personal' , wan, found to ho, In au- advanced stale-  ���' A Hon ��^�� V-��S } ��VOr   '       hon)t>*  ptoperly Is1 not,, under tho acl.'imbjcut to   .of linpahjuenl,.  . ,    /   ..  :*'"iwMyr��aaor��j.v , ,. , .-: ..*.,/   ,  ^MkJWiwni^^M!^1  ����������^yt*i^t��wi^Pi*9a^M*��3,fi,;>  ��������� ��� ��<-��� vtal6n!oftercdby dho*Troll Bay ^laza    Canada's plo'heors"Who qualified for   Government, .   ,  ��� ��� ������  .. j ���. r,, Mett:lia!kf3t'.-:$echclt ^ thei6.annual^tho, 1871, plonebr. medaUlpn.,.. ��� ������ , ^ . ;��� yuiy 'percent of ,t|��gv  Irt1 I ' i ]      '���    i   ',   !��� '      ''i    i       ' > ������    '      ''"�����   '     '.'.''       ���'     ' *        ��� t��� ~?__���   ^    ^  i h ii'    i, ,i- i, i/   (, ,,'   ;  .' "i ���   '���','���' i. :��� .;.', '���.i'���.-.��� ��� ,   " ���    i",,," *��� ��� >< ' ,i    \'"\    ���"���,���, ,-fvj'  "v i  <.'h  '"i  \t  * i'llM'*!"'!',,  ������'<\><  >'��� W i-  I ���    .-   -i,  , ..',,' \ (III;      <,   ���  yr��n**,��V *i*��l*#��jt->, S'jH.'fe],'^!^, !  1 J  " lilt    '  '   \        > 111  ..attjjiJ.fii added.onS^  pWH*H  III I.' f./".  \;iVl.i,Jv ,..,   ':"���/ ���/,'*�����������''���  ...   >   f!T*trf#ti,i*titij^i*,f^M4l*<r''M^*^^v��."UJJlA|tl#<**i,*r*J.  l    ^ '       I  *''>'  i   , HAVE YOl^HFARD OF THE  ". ", /fiAHATf4/IH?���"���-���  v.    '  *"* .."V''     ' v ;: ���'���'���. ���-. '��� .- ���  Phone 886-7355 or 885-9895'  ���-.^Sr'V."-  ^.V  iiinuiiiimmiiiiniiiiiniiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii..  NEVEN'S  a  COUNCILS- of  Gibsons   and , Sechah  e^ch- with* majUr changes, in ��rticiii- .might.- amount to ;i ,three mill increase  be/ship", this week holrf their first meet- in-taxatioli, this figure is based oV=^re-  Ings   of. tkc "new  year  and   both   have- . sent day poptdatioruaxncCtuxI-^sessmenL  ,-ii toilgh  mad  ahead -of-".-them  for, with^ This is a maximum figure and pn^ that;  ^p^ly^h^^ deal .' yy^h^-^be^lr^ as, pqpub)^,  has to be yccomplisheuV v" -  --j-���'-'-^ '.."'t'ion" and'''cbmmeVcii^enterprise.cxpan4sl;  - " LMmv notable advance for Gibsons --^-ncx ^iv^aUthis time^do we pro-  has been installation of a sewer system, pose1 Tp~elffloifTRe virtue* of a Centre,  nearing   partial   completion,  which   will    "We   do  not feel   sufficiently  versed   in  'greatly v increase development,- botn "5 need to the .extent Jiat we would  commercial and residential. With" such attempt to vigorously campaign for; the  growth will.come demands for. a* multi-     project.   However,   there   remains   lttt4e  , tude oj a'dditional services, foreiuost 'of doubt that with the trend toward shorter  which'"will undoubtedly be. rh-it *<>f rec- ." working weeks, increasing population  reatiorial  TicilitieY     ''���������<��������� and subsequent demand for recreational  x beaded' by  newly    elected Mayo?    faciHties there v/iM be an inevitable ^  J on the Sunshine, Coast tor such a ���com  School District 4&-^-.  ae winning essays  Sijow  Cruise*  One way to toboggan;on.a,'fliaLki��riaGe  Ak to ,hiteh a tow' if you canjind'an  obliging motorist whi@h this young  maif did and had lots of fun skimming ov6r the hard-packed- stpfaceM  MacGregor Pacific Realty(s parking  lot at Selma Park; 0vO  RADIO & TELEVISION  _.;.._  .dealer fop:-\.  ./*-  ,    ZENITH     .  ,   FLEETWOOD   ..'  ADMIRAL - PHILIPS  - /-...;._.,. ,$:, .   .'���.,...';.���'.  ���" : * * * *  EVERYTHING FOR���-  HOME ENTERTAINMENT  *  #r  -.*  ^*r4j- '  Ph. 886-2280 Gibsons, B.C.  ^I!l!llllll!!lllill!llll!llll!!llll!llllllllll!lll!llllll!l![^f'"  ?  I  FOLLOWING ��� are   the   two   final   short -  prize, winning essays entered, by local    ffeWSptiAt  students in the recent Canada Bopk^VVje^'  Ben Lang, council of Sechclf also -has  to lace up 10 growing need, h>r a sewer    H^. ^'"'^.^w.m u, "'"*��%���l> l" ..... ..       ,, .,    r,,nrnHtp frartorv-" is written  .  .     -  ,./.   /,   i^-i^ 5.    * ��� j       ��' ot Ylsinn   bin dine   cost's    Whatever   we ���   he and the Chocolate uaciory ,, is wijtxen  sysnjnr~1iTr Sechelt���roo  is undergoing/-tLr^^ ------     -   .  J . . .      "s .   ,      . �� R hfiilrl      tnrlrwt      mill     nnot     \mutKl      loco      <h-  plex. Another point to consider/Is that    "contest in School District 46. Firfct "Ch#-  it  fact,,, conditions   in  "ng  substantial development with large and  desirable  subdivisions both under con  struction and on the planning/board!. ���_ v- . ,,    ^  '���0' u 1    ���     '1 *      �� .'-v ���   1'    .change so quickly, ihat prices seem to  Sechelt  is^wide  open for,��:de- ^s��ar weekly. The^basic ^facts, then  are,  velopment and requires .only, sMid,' pro-  COsts   wi||   n^  be j0wer \hm   novv.  build   today   will   cost   vasjtfy. Iqss   than , by Curtis Crego, ale-r2r-MMBira'Park  it will ,in two/or nwe/year's time.  In    Elementary School ^ .- >���  ismglyi*ni9Hfil,rts^4���^^r4te^043ii=  squeeze seen  NEWSPAPEE    publishers ���. in  Southern U.S. were warned  that' tlie   paper   they. _deliverA^  character is not Charlie Bucket but Willy ..*����� neyrs on hot only w# cost: ^  Wonka    who  owns    Wonka's  Chpcbl'ite more but also will be harder  Factory. Willy. Wonka, is a quick-witted to get at any price because.-pf.  old- man who 'becapse-df: spies; fired his the  world's.' growing   concern    '.  old w0rkers-��andyferougli*��in-some-O6mpa .  proved arTthis. time, will still be close to    Ldompas. bomps-Lo-ompas are. small .Af-    lor ecol��gy-  gressjve.leadersh.p. We have/stated many ,conip,etion/6f the  pjoject eveh  if  ap^  times  in  the past .that-..the community provecj a^this. time, will still be close to  w.    go. ahead regardless of ^ouncd, it two years away', and, by that time the  rican natives who"only"eame up to.:your  will, however, go ahead much^better with tax load will be-sharedfby a fgr greater knee  a^-pmgressiye  counc-.h-W^--Sp1r^1ng ^um^ ornrxpayerrthan at present. It -----WHly^ Wti^^^z^                _  costs  ot   a   Regional   District, s stringent is   in fact) f?asib|e to-assume that actual on his head. He wore^ar^^eoat nrade" of  building regulations and zoning restnc- ��� inprphcp^TF^ri^^mg^^Jrr^ b^uLirTrr-DlimrTJolored' velvet. His trous  tions^jnany new residents  how'prefer    \y2 m\\\ ,  to jive within A^lage boundaries rather The' rec^n   committee has in-  tlufn outs.de. This, of course.ls.a^ox^^te&^fm^d ��� hafd   mKi-:tHtigemly-^fH  Atetc reversal of past practices and can    p!ans for. the; Centre and wc nave. no  / only prove well for the municipalities,    doubt when a referendum rs presented  particularly for Seche t^where taxes are    t0 the pub]ic w,irtviH..t.he next few weeks,  extremely low and hkely to. remain so    a much clearer    icture of adual  cost  fOr..quite some time- ;        ' will be made public.   ���   "  The point to be considered'is the As stated, we are not yet campaigning  fact   that  clearly,  within two or  three-   for the'Centre; we  do,  however/sug-  years, population of both communities"   gest careful  consideration  be given  all.  -wili-oncrease^���considerably.  Thprfforc, -jgp��rf< af thP prnpOs:1rj, brfrrro thP tfme_  "There ; is   ample   evidence  of - problem's" wdthin tne_^news^^  ''^iadustry    other' than   ;  "TRo^":^^ie^f*u^aicl-^oeT��:���  Smith;. Jr., /president   of   the .  while to many, the proposed recreation    comes to cast a vote.  ers were bottle green and gloves pejSrT Soudiern Newspape..r -Publisn^~  gray. Irrohe hand, he carried a fine isM- '-ers ,Association, m 'his annual  topped wsdkfrig' cane,. Covering his chin report at ,the, opening business.,  ���was a neat pointed black goatee. session of the*- publishers' 68th.  Besides the Oornpa-Loompas just what annual convention,  is so unsual about Willy Wonka/Well for "Some   Canadian   producers,  one   his   factory   which   is   many   times }n particular, are simply find-  bigger,.. t^an ./anyx other, Another  is  the ' ing it difficult, to survive, even .  chocolate river which'is inside his factory. at  high  production rales, "be-  The  river  has  delicious  grass  and  but- cause 0f tneir escalating costs  ter  cups   growing  along-the  bank,   and ancj  the requirement  for sub-  on the river "floats a. moist peculiar bo-Jt.x   stantiai -additional investment  .His candies; are square candies that look ^ (0  abate   pollution,"   said  Mr.  Toxmdr^v^ssthTg:=gptmteppereVr4^^  .fee,  cavity -filling, caramels  and  many  more. Will^ Wonka, invited five children  and their mothers, and fathers to come and  Unemployment  Insurance   *,  Canada  Assurance-  chomage  Canada v  UME^PLOYMEWT BNSURANCE AND YOU  andrjia, La., /Daily Town .Talk.  He  said  the  newspaper  in-  ^t/rost people XnowiKey. wffrtfe covef^ by unemployment  insurancelsiaqiMaJaau sickness and  minimum of eight weeks qualifies them for some benefit. That,  benefits have increased." But what about the other changes?  ���- see  M^^J^l^Si��^X��iS^^'-c' "<."-"y^y, ^dustry t'may inCTeasingty���.be^.T  AS  WE  predicted   some   months   ago, ment policy for dealing with the crisis. n0 one has even, been allowed to do be- tended   but   poorly , informed  sands  of  time  are  running, out  for "Other-reason   for- the   change  in " J^L W 'Tn^ Tr.,   r C^S' pressure groups who decry our  the   present    federal    government,  the Conservative  fortunes - is   Robert  Stan- ^^^-^J^^^Ss^ consumption   of   wood- Jjber,  rather more "responsible attitude of the field himself. The Trude^U charisma" of SSs-"WrV 1^^  Progressive Conservative party^is'-clearly -jSfiR. dazzled many people,  Mr.   Stan- t^l^^^Ari^herv-W^il^toe, ta^e w^^mmmLmmm^  '   the  only/vehicle "likely  to  bong  about field paled by cbmparlsdn.������-''      ' something which he has always, wanted of our cities.             ...    . .1. ���  a return  to sanity, in  the, .field  of .'na-/ .       "Now that the sun is not reflecting to do. He-sends the glass elevitor right .    Mr.   Smith  called  for  close.  ttonal, politics.               ,   v--                 ���'( so brightly from the Prime Minister, the through the roof! dharlie and his grandpa attenion by publishers  to. the  Acmss   Canad^JlUcm^pblk  haW real   Stanfield   is   beainrting_to    show think all is:lost,..but not WiUy..First/tKey/ entire, subject of paper. pricfe,  the so-called ^Libera.-gbWnrn^t and       ^fteT Mv. Stan^eid ���**^$glgZ^^^  its fabian socialist leadeTr-An-^rricie^in;   the-seemingly permanent Liberal poweP    m^he^dr^it can fljr now)~and over'tc?  Southam News Services headed "Tories    house in  his native province of Nova ' Charlie's house. On the way over Wrll^    kike tOUTist  ���   winning  the  west"  written  by  Charles    Scotia, ijt took a-long jMine;���. for people���tells' Ch^rhV-strmething    i^m-p-trr-t^-n4^-- r~~^f��� r^���'-   Lynch,   states   "For   months   we   have    to recognize the qualities that  are  his    "Charlie", he says, "the day you are old    PTOmOtlOn  been hearing the story that the Trudeau    trade    mark���honesty, . integrity, Jritel-    enough to run it, the factory is yours".  .SPENDING on, tourist promo-  government   is  dead   in   the  west,   and    lieence#md wit.   . \     They tcrash    through,    the' roof    of ���     tion* by 67. reporting    coun-  b'ies ��� reached   $95   milljori   in  1970, it is reported by the In"����  father think they are doomed. As soon as; , ternational  Uniofi   qf , Official  the oldJfolks are calmed, Willy explains j Tourist    Organizations.-   -That  the waiting period...howthe system works.  A claim is filed. Weeks one ancj. two are the waiting period and  no .benefit is payable^ but report cards.must be returned.  rWeel^^hr^e^rTd^otir ^b^eneraHv4he4ir^l^eeks-fQir--  benefit is paid/At the end;of the fourth weeltthe report-cards-  are retuffled,'lhen the fi^t cheque js js^e^^tefe aj^e?^  ceptibhs..: money receiYed wften you leave work may affect  your claim, and there's��advar)ce pay for those -wuo .qualify.  The separation certificate... what it is.  =?4  Starting'[n January, the separation certificate will be your only  record of insured ���employment. Without it, a claim cannot b��  N processed. Always include it with your applicati9.11.  g^gs^a^fmfr-riiCTn*'aa-^^  ST^cauntiles  the latest'figures issued by the Gallop      ~ ''These qualities  made him one of    Charhe's house right abovenhe;old folks  PnU ��^m t�� h��.. ��i,io ��.'.���    / tHr. mnei nnn'nlhr w���!���. nf iw rlr^_   -Charlie's other -two^grahdmas and grand-  the most popular premiers of that province.  The  almost  solid  Conservative  Poll seem to bear, this out.'  "Indeed, .they   do  more* than 'that.  They seem to indicate that for the first    representation^   in the   Federal    House.   what nas, happened and what he plangto j WflS in increase of 8.7 per'cent  time since he, took ..over the Conserva-    from,.Nova. Scotia   reflects   that. .The    40. Theoldfiolks (who except,for grandpa 10Ver the 1969 figure;-" ��� --���  - tive" leadership four years  ago,, Robert    Liberal party, .beset by, troubles domes-    Joe haven't .been out of bed for twenty '    juq^q    officer's    estimate  ri"d,.Jhat...S1?��..1.' be^,^on't  t",,/that/19h,4S{penaitures;^,ad-*  '**!?';&;of ti^^c?use'  NoPr^; 'vertising      publicity/; public ��  ,yrf #lly as he shoves the bed    relationn a^a mari   t regwrch,  into the elevator, The rest follow. Willy :   ..     .-..r  Changes for emploifers  Starting in January, the Department of WatlOrW^evenue*^  -taxatioa^jlU^c^f^ipmmiums. Decembei1, 1M1 premiums  must be sub.mitte'd tptVie'LHQ, January onward, all premiums,  will be senl tbcNa^ioriaLReyenue. />���      .   ;      . ;������,-;  '���* !������.'  -live  leacicrsnip lour years  ago,, Robert t-merai pany, .oeset oy, irouoies aomes- Joe haven't  Stanfield  is beginning to cut,; spmc  icq tically   and    internationally, and   with years)  find  ""���"��7r^iif liergV''''''v:"*'"'���''/���*'��� '���'-���''" / vr/w.'x^-'t/,,"; tarhishcj.d leadership/1^  ,;             "Figures  show the Tories  up  nine ��f this, Thp Conservatives hiive a long, lem",'say.f  has known as Tory lender, and -all the ���      Far too, many overlook tho abomin-        Main -character In this story is a swan   TTO   ,      mi , TT 14  , v.  ������~T"" sell-inllictcd--wounds*"iic^  nobody ever doubted that if he became    ward   our. cildorly   citizens.  Soon   for��� ..fiis family, Louie doesn't know .'how to  i dom, ..$7,6 million; Greeco/Hj>  last year' as Jpllows: Canada,  lUlon;,,.United��King",  million; Greece,'$4,5  million;    France,  $4,    million,  Separation cert if icate may affect premium rate  Every.employee"whbTia^iTm of earnings of seven/  or more days*must^^^  days of the la��t day-mtked,, The ihform-atibn on tne'eertific^te.  may affqctiyour; premium rke when-merit ra^  starting ia1974.   y       /  Help us serve you Better .*  fcteW*^-  prime  ministqr,  be wpuld be  a��� good gPtten r,too,;has..bcw,~itsAivinUUgatpdL4^^ with a.boy  ,mll'l?nl, , a^J^'rtfnn' '"��� ���  one". sc|uanc|er-ing of vast sums of taxpayers'    named, Sam BOVor; Cdule'goos-to's^^^  ' Headline'in  a. recenl copy of the    ��po"  numerous  clcadbcals of  soclpty  , w*lh sPm ��n^ le��rns to read and write  Montreal Gazette reads,'-PCs.' popularity    under the banner of '"Opportunities for  soars  across  nation"' 'the  story"  reads    Youth  The Conservative vparty-   h milking        ^Whju/will not be so;qu  dnimiitie gains in national populafjty and    ten is its .'nefarious nctlvit)c;   La),oi' on Sam.brought'LouiQ a chalk',   ���A  40()��mllo  long  road ,bo..  pencil  and", a  blpckbdard   which   hung    lwopn Yalo and the CnHboo  ,.t .,, r'n<     ivroVind his nock, L01U0 waked homo, wth       .,   ���  .,             , ���  .-.   ,  ill kly forgot.  .hifl'flhall^Rdnoll;fe!bla^               '   gold, fields   was   locked, by  s In the field ��� .  .-a couplo,' of.days later/ liouio's father   Wyal  JilnRineors,    and con-  Include the corredt social ihsurance number onanydorres^  -pondence*with4he Gorrimlssiojl^  0 -5(*!i>*^f^i tVr* *^lf'VV"yE-W,fiy.'^'th"t ^f^^V^WKniff atii; MAir-'Ui ^^'^.rtV^*'^ *Vi.irtVSi-;^!.^v^,v��^ii>rf^��wy  ' Read our literature before b^jffiefing ahy;form ^.l^u hay�� ,,  ,; ^question; as^;;;;wS;ji^  1 1  has closed to within six pojnts of-the    of mass    unemployment',    A situation    broke fhto'|i store" and, stole a trumpet   struetod In sections at a total  . ruling Lihehil government, recording to    summed -up in a recent statement by the _from  an* Instrument  ritoro.  Louie  thop. ynH|  0t just ovcr^JUmllUon1 '"'!r. i ;i 1.. 1.    '   '   ���  /     the latest Gallop/poll., "/'.  ,ry"7^; ; '/Polieylftdvis'ojv/Cdmi^  T,,..,,,.?tn:-..1,-rrr-..���,....-..��� ^^  v+ui:.,  '.,\  * nil  rqrr*  The Consorvutiyes tire al ih  est point sirieo |hc last clce'iion  eir high- gressivo Conservative ptuity, Wc quotef T-ovUo nhdT/Sbr6nrt"''"loj,.t'','Vo go to a how''"���  arid up  riio' CiifiAr world (if wdfk' iif^'-l^���}*}*}*Ww&twnowjob, His^jo.b  1     '  1    . IViflnir   ��n��rmniK   nmbloms    Kv   fur   \\\r>     Was tO lOtldvA boat nimilKl tie lake pl��yi  iken; IhhIi ��nH"8 <r.9��r!>i��"h. prob cms, liy itu  \\\c    .   ���  .    u,.,"     f  ��� ,,aftri       t    , '   ���. ,  %,',-,/,'�� full, ton poiniH .from ,a poll taken lasu 'ncina enoriiious probems,,I3y tux.lhc  -'ite^Npvombe serious ol; these' is,tb"o/unpnrdons  ^.^.^^toj^iijiiifii,'1, ,      able w,us|q of, hiu^ian resources, and the  further jMffi*M;��w grdwlng distaste for ^^ ��>f tho highest'uiicmf"  the pwsont ps|ju'%M��oral-regime, The In <^deeiidw-OTa.XtUo.,..wiMc]l,  It^ni^Htatos^H'csoundina^^  ln^: iho, (4*^irppQ{,,.%,Ho/;')!!jqdnl!got., so' much;.,  ,<, , , .,      money he had to carry a'money baft  ��� r ������,,���������'- ,;���;,-J��iV��n resour��os, and tie, ��rfH���Ki hls-nobh, Mo had �� trumpeVeholk  ''Wto^lio,,.Toronto,, Telegram ccun.e^  ,'0,!0,;^Vce ^t1]1!'"^!1. mtalllh'vU*ru, ^Q  /board, .qhnlk. poncll and a, jnonoy.. ,����ng               rdwing distaste for    i^ult of tho highest' unoinploymcht r��to    around,his neck,,         "' ' JlBUJot -TO  lIlOi^pustfwXL^���l-iSXB^^lSD,^          ({'this ho Rot a swlmmof'n  ���also ,put (hat around, h|!i,k  had a swIlnmor'H medal,  mlk penfllV'trumppt and-a  poinis in popularily .since last Augiwi,    delllwnle,,i��ovc;-mi)C|U pOIWft M ��� fl " ni^  "The meaning Is clc'aV. Tories are    tU^niU^l^jgrftcct* 7Miirt.:iH u shookhiB abund-        '- ,r  gaglnlng In strength across the, country ' onmoiil of :tli|h' ^UJfJL^PI^CflJw^W^  _,\vlille;csinbllsliiu6 or. maintaining strong . polhlcal' ^raf'Slrtfifl WSrihftf. the flm*';  provinciiiliVo'werbaries, '    '       ���      ���'''obeeir^reWiVdiil^  "Two reasons lor jlio upsurge Jn the ' Qpiploycd lnlTOUi';,forco/TQ |iilVd>qontrk ,  ly's federal fortune^ emerge. The flnjt    butcd dollbcrntely to the lo's's of omp(oy-  ic dlsflrichanipicnt pf people generally   ����c'nt, of'^ver 650,000 Ciin|i(llans In,', nn'  ), the.way Prime Mi'nl��t��r Ti:uUqmi/�� -' !��bpr|Ivq amcpiipt lo cu^b JnChUton rcVcnIA,,    , , , ���.������fi ,���, M,r r.���., ,,  /ernmonv Is 'pillaging' the economy,   how devoid of companion 1 ho Liberal.,    ,,.    EVENINGS BY APPOINTMCNT '  ,  jiripipymVni.,"iM(l infltUkMi liavo Hccii' '���'Ooyorrfffiont; .'riotunHy J^V.' ^ , _*:^��i,.'.., 1 .:; ���'.j.Mjjji.i.^g-ggggj  parly  Ls lhe  ��wlth, the way  Govern  Uncnip'  unchecked'Ifof' noi\rly Ili^e^ycnrfi'nWtl  now wo face- the loss 'of traditional  mur^ouT,wi((KHinuiy cliJalvcur Oovo^b 1  it1 'iiit' ���  jL* (^"11* IWrf J. *'** r-  rrP(ak��":CrJAldoriim:;Pf'Cir:"T  CHIROPRACTOR  !*Jj*#��*IWI*  Pmt Office Bulldlna Sechelt.  7 Phono 083-2333 ���    ,  I Roi. 086-2321  TMOttfay {to frlday 10t30 a.m. to S>30 p.m.  Saturday 9)30 a,m< to 1)00 p.m.   '     ,  * ���' '   A>   '!'    '    �� '1' ^��Wi t '    ' ' '. '/  ecreation Centre  I    ' I '1 / ,     ' '   "   '  , . ,    I     ,'M   M,i', I U , 1     I     J'i     '   "1 ' '  i*^4i^w��,ii*#��f*M����  ti \*  Wf4#rt<*WW*S^^t��rt^^  \  '!"\  I'  'I ll-K '  M    I"  1,1,  n ;  ,    *V'  .,1  ' I   I   W      I '    Ml p*  I* I'     1   ���,   s     |> V  l%1  (I.  1-1" <  ' Vi'  ���I,  *^*wMrfel^f��  ',"1  ^   il  Pnwcll Hlv<?r Nows To\Vn G'rlcr,  1   *   fochslt Tln\cn4.ut,'*  Boh 310 - JSdcl>oltri��.C��  BECAUSE    '  ���   '     '      ',   ���       '     *"   ���'���  ���    "���'   ('."v, /'    ' '! I     '    '    '   '.   '���-   ,'V       "'-^      ,   '     '       '   l","-".--����J-����   fl,   .  ���^--^  11 1  H  I   ��  ;..,i  ;  'tiWffi I, ���'   \t ' " .* Wi" if*;'    '��      " . i*�� '     ."-'I'Vi",'1 |k,^-'Vi''��i'j" ;V     'V.      ��,     .   ..     v,;l'i' ,. , 'M.f    >  n'l-r  ^ ' "1 '   '    '��!'      '   _       '    " '  L^^i ' il * 1/  llll  ,��,,,.���l,i��.��Wfi|i|ll<r\l,,,|,j,,.������ -"rtltWlMilllkWiu , Nl��>,| >��.(, 1 >    L'^CfV^WlIt"'*', ' ' *,l  "'   ,   .  ,;  Sup.scrl|)!rpftlWtos!,(ln'Wviitnw) "   ���',��;  '��     A    Ucnlj $6 ni?rycftr. HfyonJ 3? mllcii, $7/  , , , , ,f" -  U��"��'A., $9, Ovcf��<?ftN, $10,...     ������ i,���t I  ���   \ -   iVnYfW (he area IratH'Pori Mellon Hp Jlf;itwt)t, 1  , 'i   11  ',^i 1  A<  ,1  .^i^tiWi^^.  Box 578, Spehelt^lfiC,  M  /I  ,1  '.  ' to ,  'i(l  >,   ' .'  4mywm*mmk����***  -A, A'. ,  >��" '1 ,', ��� '1  / '   1,  I II I    1    ,1    ,*)f illll  I ���'.     '     ii     1   1  , , L't '��� /  '  Jd,; 885-9^10 /  t "    1 I I II1       '*H i h * ^   *'       ' ' ' 1 i     ) m I .' 11�� I ���    ii w* j- ��<t  Jsz, / ,^.',,1 1 !.' 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The Peninsula times     f f * Page 3
/■  •. Wednesday,January 5', 197-2
";    -   .'■'.     ''■ k„  kAnrinV CWarman v"rn%mb%M-iJKtheir-families -at'ebquithlmr
—by Morton Chormon •       ^^ ^ ^ Q ChaLmanJl9^e for 8.
.J\£R. AND-Mfs. M. Bujan are haj$y oyer days was Mrs; .,VV. A. Ness (rile Nora Pul-
"°  .the- birth- of  a'son,. Ma*;k Joseph,' 8 .   len) from North Burnaby. Mrs. Ness has
HTjs'v^^ from time -to
'T Danny Bothwell" from yakima, 'Wash., "' Un^e73v^rnhT~pasl7^q^^                     '/
--       • - —   Veek,    thumb-nail    Valley.  His youU, was..pent in the^^
L" S2C!t H T &?*" ^W.^heol   -botsford area  whs*  he  ^■N^i«^£>   readmess  fpr $™*. £; J^ to^^VbuS
ksluct aic.th» tp-strphase of the, school . Poplar, ..Airport  and  Ciearbrofrk  elemen-    Jw J JW    l f1^' S „ .-         ■        ■ . and BriaAlljrbm Vancouver/',,,"      -   -
lucational   Institute  in. Foster   was   the  latterls   mother .from   ■■£& Boudreau with h& wife and- daugh^
>.
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VILLAGE OF GIBSONS
:..t-i~—.J" ':.'"« :.     s    . *
■a•it
COMMENCING . this
cU
Chairman -of   the   Publid ^Relations'.."'the   M-ennonite   Educational
PSfp^mffer
CommittedJftflr:-., Agnes kabphle has been    Clearbrook. where he■ completed his sen-_ .Osoyoos<
-^t5rfcinr-errr*tri^ ^sFTiiatricuMrcm,         -^ -.'.'"'' '":" ■   "" ■"" '"- Celeb
CeleTw'afin^weddfeg^Stthivei'saTres^at,
ter  Arlette  from. Campbell Riveo were'
guests^pF^jiih ''aiM ETferyrt^Berdahl^nef-
mares.
munrcation  for some  time.  This -will  in- Attendance   at   U.B.C.   during*, winter     tne Christmas season were .-Mr, and Mi's.  . oth^ Relatives  here. "x
elude a.newsletter enitled "Communicator' and. summer'sessions'.completed, his'tea- /Wiljo  Wiren,-and  Mr.  and   Mrs^.Frank Danny and David Brackett" vacationed
4b ; .\ humhnail   sketches   of-   new   staff    cher-training,   a   Bachelor   of   Education'   Wynga/Jrt.; ■'■ ,   '    .*.    ■-•        . : ..    :^ ■  -»  -in California.       '      .    " '     '.-
members;   press, releases- and j question-    degree" in elementary education. '• *   Mr. and'Mrs. J. R, Blake enjoyed. the; John Henderson .from Vancouver vis-
Mr Rempel  has  taught  previous^ at   -'Yuletide"  season -with' members' of  their'     ited Mr! and/JMrs. Fred Holland.        \"~y
•_.!•..;   -:.j   "---1" ".   I..*- —■•--:*>■.!_-j     fomii,, m ■ v,nnn„„ir-     ...     '   ;   _    ..'.'•':.,,   Guests of Mr.,' and: Mrs. Ed GHl were
• and.■ Chris-...,   Miss Nellies 'Zabloski from Vancbu-yer,-'°MrJ'
guests at     and Mfs. Frank Sranson and'-Jamie and
the home of fir, and Mrs. Harry .Chaster,     Frankie, and Mr. and Mrs\ Norman Build-'
Gower   Poirft: '■'.'."■ "*' _-. .   ei: Jind" Ann Marie from North Vancouver.
■■^.'■Discussing  the  matter at  a recent board     the Gibsons Elementary School pupils.   ■'
. ■  meeting, trirsiees.- t^lt lifat..i^a qi.P^tin.-,- .--       -•■ '.       ■ ' \ ^^ -'-"
E m '/P"k'lhe In  the Wild-wood,  N.J.,. .Leader:  "His' v     Mr.  and. Mrs.  Reg; Godfrey  were  in  : ' —
,, ,        ,U'      bc   Prepared-  -to   follow     birth-provoking  antics  were  alvjGays  the'   "Vancouver fo'r Christmas. • •• .      •* No  one  has  completed "his  education
uiiflugn with  recommendations made.  _      li£e of the |>arty „nd lie will be greatly      •  'Mrs. E. Begg and Mrs. Bessie-StewaTt who   has' not   learned   to   Uve   with   an
"    ,     ,    teachers at  Gibsons  Elemehtar^.-.-=^secr.» 1 spent   the   25th   and   Boxing   Day   with insoluble  problem,
bchool are featured this week, as follows: .   ■ "        ».,.,.        .   ,■" ■       ' r^       •-■.; ■ ' . i    " ■     '      '        " ——
'.:■   ■■%
 £■
Made between January  1st and May 15th
-lmefe$\J^i^&Y(W^
\.    ■
""payment deposit<on current (1972) taxes made beween ^gnuary lst«nd
—nMay-TSthT-1972. Interest-will be calculated frotn-thejdatet-of^payncienfe
to June 30, 1.972. Such deposits, in any amount up to the total of the
1971 taxjes/will be accepted"; * «
'   . .  a    -v      ..,,.' ' .     .    . • ■■   • /■        --.:,.:
Any further information required may be.obtained from the Municipal Office^ telephone 886t2543. v* - i-, -> ;
December 22,   1971.       /    .
DAVID JOftNSTON   ^
" Municipaf Glerk.^
f \''<
Sunshine Coast Business Direc
m ,i'
ACCOUNTANTS
RALPfJ C. DUCKWORTH0
CHARTERED ACCQUNTANT   ^
Telephone: 885-9515 - Telephone: 886-2912
SECHELT,_RiL__ ,J_ GIBSONS, B.C.
'. JAMES DONNELLY.
:TvXr."^Donnelly is"arr ''olcl-ttniCT" on the
Sunshine  Coast   since   his  parents  have'
been residents of the Pender Harbour area
for many years.  . ". ,
'"-■<" --He- attended— elementary - school f in
West   Vancouver   and  is'-iS' graduate   of
Pender  Harbour   Secondary   School.   Mr.-
-Donnelly, graduated from U.B.C. in  1971
with a Bachelor of Education degree.
•.   Experience in various situations is -of
W. Philip Gordon
CHARTERED ACCOUNTANT
Tel:  Bus.  886-2714,  Res. 886-7567
.    Harris Block, Gibsons, B.C.
BUILDING SUPPLIES
HEADY-MIX CONCRETE AND
BUILDING SUPPLIES
.^
Your'Qhe Stop Building Store
For All Your Building Needs '
GIBSONS BUILDING SUPPLIES LTD.
~~T$53 Seaview^^ PJrc»neJ-886-2642
ART SUPPLIES
•^alue to a teacher^and Mr. Donnelly qualifies in" this res.p'ect. /He 'has "worked - at
Port Aflejon,/ been employed on the B.C:
Telephone 886-2069
ROSE & ART ENTERPRISES"
Pottery, Supplies, classes & firing
-deoter for Duncon's'Cernmic productl'..
Pine Rd. & Grandview Ave;.
P.O. Box 62, Gibsont/B.C.
TWIN CREEK BUILDING SUPPLIES
DIAL
Gibsons 886-2291 -Sechelt 885-2288
WHEN'YOU NEED BUILDING SUPPLIES
GIVE US. A GALL
FREE ESTIMATES   .-     /
Free ^timotes ^ F^st Service
G & W DRYWALL
DrywalI acoustic and textured ceilings.
Now servings Gibsons area and the-Peninsula.
Phone .884.5315 y,
' Box 166, Fort Mellon, B.C.
:TRICIAMS  (Cont.)
;jim Mckenzie.
electrical-contractor
Residential Wiring and .Major
Appliance Repairs
__^^   i^HONE 8$5-?978__
Box 387/ Sechelt, B.C.
^^
-^-^-
MACHINE SHOP
At the Sign.of the Che
•  HILL'S MACHINMHOP.
& MARINE SERVICE LTD.
■ "•■■ ,. r    '
Machine Shop ^- Arc" and Acty Welding
Steel Fabricating■,.— Marine Ways
Automotive and Maripe Repairs
Standard "Maffne Statior
ROOFING
~2—
D FLOORING
CALLSTAN HILSTAD
about your *
FING AND FLOORING NEEDS'
Phone 866-2923
FUlL
V^ANADIAN   -p«
AN AD I AN   -f^lOPANE
Serving the Sunshine Coast with reliable and
economical Cooking, Heating and Hot Water.
FREE ESTIMATES     -        '--
Phone 885-2360
Wharf and Dolphin - Sechelt, B.C.
~2~
•^r
Ferries;  worked  as a .truck-driver, for  a  r^^^mmmmmmm^^mmm^^mmmmamt^^^
company operating out of Vancouver into   /AUTO   SERVICE'
many   interior^ points.   Mr.   Donnelly . is     T"—' ~ '      .-.
also   acquainted   with   one   of  the   local   - SECHELT HOME SERVICE ■
industries, having operhted his. own trol-        .,'    '   , •      ■• - \.        -r>~
ler, the Sea Spray on a commercial basis^   "'   Atlas Parts,- Good Ye^rTires
riT^GtJLT^UlLDING SUPPLES. LTD^
ealer
Mr/ Donnelly's wife Sandra was born
in Whitehorse, Yukon Territory and they
have one child, David born August, 1971.
24 Hour Towing
885-2812 or 885-9979
E
RNIE WIDMAN
for all your/
SSO PRODUCTS
Phone 886-7721   Res. 886-9956, 886-9326
MARINAS
-GilSOM M
~Z.
SECOND  HAND  DEALERS
SERVICE LTD.
a^ESSOTMAttlNE "
Gx£- Diesel Repairs - Welding /
ijnrude Sales - OMC Parts;.& Servic*
Boat^Haulihg'"^' r*'*»^^«™- ->»-:---
rhone 886-7411 Gibsons, B.C.
NURSERY
AUTOMOTIVE UNDERCOATIMG
-eejvVPUEj^E^AR-GUEAN-yp
■gsislenionL/Equipment Services '_
Phone 886-2784       \
Box.436, Gibsons; B.C.
BANKS
\ s   JAMES I<QRVATH •••■'-
Born'ih7, Yorkton,  Saskafchowun,  Mr,    RIASTING
,,,Horvutlv received his elementary 6duoat-    w^^*» ■ ■■""»*«
"'; ion on tlito prairies. Like Mr. Donnplly he
haH,workqd-ln*a*numbeivol''flelda^beforcj.
ROYAL BANK OF CANADA
SECHELT. BMNCH-r^Phoiio 885-2201
GIBSONS BRAHCH—Phone 886-2201
"     "        .'"^JbOCfRS:    "■    -
Secholt: Tues^Thurs'.' 1 p q.m.^ pt.rn.
Fri, 10 a,rri.-6 p.m.; Sqt 10 a,m,>3 pjm.
.Gibsons; Mon.-Thurs, 10 a,m.-3 p.m.
, .,,,,.;,„*H.vr;,F,rl,„V0;a;m.:6,p.rrt, /;, t:J.
Phone 885-2283 Sechelt, B.C.
Complete line of building supplies:
CABINET MAKERS
•* ■ . ... . . in —
OCEANSIDE FURNITURE &
CABINET SHOP        V
IMPERIAL ESSQ. DEALER
MACK'S NURSERY - Roberts Creek
Gl BSONS^SWAP & SHOP
.„,..■. ' >   BARGAINS  ■ .*'.'■.
Locoted behind
MacGregor PaaTic Realty LtaT
Gibsons, B.C.
SEWING MACHINES
Madeira Park, B.C.
FINE CUSTOM FURNITURE   °
AND BATHROOM CABINETS
Our Cabinet Units Are All Pijefiinshed Before
Installation. .        *
R. BIRKIN—BeocrTAli«VRp^rt5_eT?ekr^-'3T-
--, ■ i
M.
Phone 886-2551
CONTRACTORS
bccpiniiik' u teacher., lA,>      ,,,,
t  lie  returned/ to •unlvers.ity  and.   took
his'Miea'cher-irainin^ arNptrc'Danits Unl-,"
vorsJity"«r"Nolson,'His Holds-of-Htudy;aro^
■liK«mathumatlofl.. and- -ftoloiico,  4?i;lor to
coming to. the Secholt District, ho taught
In Peace jiiyov South at Dawson Creek, _
Of special "Interest and valup to h'lfi",
' pupils Jh Mr. HrtrVal,h'« o^tonslve, travels •
^across Noi'thprn Canada and some Journeys, In South America, Th|s travel,,, was
''.- CONTROLLED BLASTING
:"' ■ —ALl?"WORK*"INSUREt)' *l
FREE ESTIMATES
..i'H;..s".,"i'V,.f'J
TTlrr-TObrmTOtlp^^
antl-prospcctlnK, In llio area of oclucallon      '<■      .     B8^--4/<
FRED DONLEY
WATER SURVEY SERVICES
'""., '/..For,- Expert' Bjqstlng >\ ''o«>\\ *•■
-'l:''-;FREreSTlMATES'Vv'''.Vv,/
Phono 885-2304 L. C. Emerson
^llf-NojArjsYror Leavo Mossago at »-»i%"-
COAST BAGKHOE & TRUCKING
Tr_:"; ,..^,ljd.. .*•*<■
■flil;-''Gernertt^^i^,DixUri,.*Rock>..^b,,.
Box 89/ Madeira, Par*
, Phor^o 883-2274  	
~      L& H SWANSON Lt,D.   .    ,
^■■•■'-" - "r^adV^ik c6|^cr^eiv ..w.., '.,
. Spnd and Gravel - Backhoes      -   ,   .
-OltChlha'-7 Excavations" """"" '
OFFICE IN BENNEPv B^OCK,
* 885-96^6i»Boxi/I72l, Sechejt^R.C.^
RON'S CONTRACTING
For Your Fuel Supplier
DANNY WHEELER    ~
-'-your
IMPERIAL JSS1L AGENT
6^966^?M4opkin«^4Amli
t^hdscapirTgr^ Shrubs - Fruit irees - l-ertlllzer
Berry Plants - Bedding Plants - Peat Moss
Fully Licensed Pesticide Sproyina for
LandscapTngTand Trees'
Sunshine Coast Hwy. - Ph. 886-2684
OPTOMETRIST
FURNACES
PARKINSON'S HEATING. LTD.
—-? : ^-GIBSONS—^ -H -
" Clearing r E*caYQt|om - Road Buljdlnq'
. Grading - Flll> Road Gravfl - Crushed Rock
Phono: Sechelt 885-9550
■i\wr«'
he has" found new experiences and" now
challenge'', t   '     ,    \
f,.Mr,  Wbi'YaUi/' IjaH^lluclyoxporlonfa l»v
cbuohliiK nilnoi," hockey; basMh'ail, v'ol-
loyiiall and mon'fl;. fastball.     '
■''I'll .V  ''l/'l^
R.R. 1, Sechelt, B;C.
-F-^
BRICKLAYING
■''/'/'li'M^/l'
lV"llt1lri,l'ltf.M|liV*
».liiJ.ifil,;wiii<i,Mtliili|i.|   .
>f
A. SIMPKINS
Pox 517 ^Secholt, B.C.
Phono 885-2132
■j .i    \i"
*Mrt,«W*
^*f
BUILDERS
»i)«»!wmw*m
COR XUIDEMA' '
...For,All Your RonbVbtrons, Repairs
tf«*»i*^i(ii h^v ^«Hy4f«wti 1
arid' Gablnot^V/orkr
Phoho 885-2135 :-"
*"fc*n!n!(»l|W*i*f ftuufcWf (
Lancl'Clearirig -*Road Building
,Tree Topping *«, Seleotlve Loggjng
Telephone 883-2417
R'.R. 1, Madeira Park, B.C.
DISPOSAL SERVICES
SUNSHINE COAST DISPOSAL
SERVICES LTD
PORrMEliCON'tcrOLE'slcOVe'"
Toll 8B6.JW38 or BB3-W3,
"Cdll Us For Ypur Disposal Noods;,/*
,v     W|ion Rdhovatlno Or(Sprlnti Cleaning,,
■ iCofitalnors„Aval|o|)|o;
ELECTRICIANS •^T~jj-r ;
i
.;     ESSO OIL FURNACES   ^   .
No-down payrherit - Bank Interest
1, -Ten, years to pay   ,..,
For free ettrimate—Call 086-2728
Complete line of appliances
HAIRDRESSERS
FRANK E,  DECKER, OPTOMETRIST
Bal Block - Gibsone
Every Wednesday
^886-2248-__
5
UNSHINE   „     .        '/
EWJNG       ^m'n     '      ^
ERVICE       Sales, Parts, Service
fllEBi HfJME: MMONSTMtlQH/f: Z±!
Air;»..._ijf.   ,
REPAIRS AND SERVTCE15tq-AXL-WAKES-
Mrs. Mono Havies -885-9740
SPORTING GOODS
CLIFF'S BOATS
& ACCESSORIES LTD.
Fishing Supplies - Boats hew and ^     >
Used". .---Large & Smdll
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Contact ac'couh't^nTaVBank Trf  ^Montreal.    Ph. " #&p��st�� 7 '"      -  BE'DROOM. ��� 'suite',-*- complete:  ���   with    mattres|.   Two   years  old,    not    required    anymore,  7679-tfn --$100_ cash.'���  Neil  ^Ccuupjiell  n r���^�����������r .   -   ���'     885-'2335   or   885-95^4   after "6  J-960-^IiEV-EllJLJ^a.l.ibu,���. V-8    .p.m.   ���;. ; ,r . ;  ���   7Y56-6  1968 ��� V'OJLKSWAGEN, ; Beetle,  4  new   tires   excellent  running order, "$1050. cash. Phone  'S85-9rJ54r -,-jL:~ -  IF "IT'S   suits���it's   Morgans..  885-9330, Sechelt^ B.C.' ,  8893-tfn  -s*^r  T^*-^.^���,  Piiblishgd-,Wednesdays by  PQwell River NewsJToWn Crier  Seohelt Times'Ltd..'  ��  WORK WANTED  "oTSelriiftrBXr  Established 19'6'3  IS your Bebkkpeping.-a ^prbb-  \en)t yti.aJiTiFd^Qpkike^perv"  sivfi framing program,  in appearance, willing  "t'ne  Member, Audit Bureau  of Circulations    -  Sept. 30, 1921"   GiB5SlCjr��j[ationJ��915  .'-,..  Paid Cireu|iiBpn7247B;Z'.: .  "As filed with the Audit-Bureau-^  _..of Circulation, -subject to oudih  ��Classified Advertising Rates:  3-Line Ad-Briefs. (12-words)  '\\ .  One   Insertion   _, . $'1,,00  Three Insertions !___$2y00  . Extra fines (4 words) __: __-JSOc  (This rate does not apply to-'*  commercial Ad-Briefs)  Bo* Numbers, si :���_ 10c extra  50c Book-keeping charge'is'added  .   "for Ad-Briefs not poid by  pubjicatipri date.  legal  or Reader advertising  35c  .   * per count line.  Subscription "Rotes-^-  By  MaiU ":    '  Local Area  , ^$6.00 yr.  Outside Local Area. ..$7.00 yx.  U.S.A.   .   ,    ��� ���'��� $9.00 yr.  good ,re.f entires,  will do your  books in  my home. Accounts  receivable,   payroll, ., bank   re-  vconciliation,   etc. ' Phone   .883-  ,2749. ���    "       '���; '7732-6  WANTED  ������:WAL%^TED,-^':*  ~ I f ^you~~a^le~0^owr^^Gff7~~  try me.   ���  ;   NXIDA WILSON1 ������  ' ,    : 885-9746,.  '���'���-��� V        -7563r52  he neat  to meet  public, with    a    pleasing  personality.     All ,   replies     in  "WicfWntitfelK'pfcV" B&x "77737  PeninSiila  '''Trtiies;,    Box.   310,  MOBILE fiOMES  "  KNIGHT Mobile flume, 2 bed,-  room with* air cond.  Ph. .886-  T^T)k ������ '    ���    '?4?.4-tfn  aujo' trans;   2   door,   beaut i- * .".":T'~  fu'l- condition,   $1200   sacrifice.  Ph.885-9654.        . .       7676-tfn  i.:-w.M _��.,����  marihe;acces$ori..es  Paint���Fibregljiss���Rope���  Canvas���BcSat Hardware.  Sechelt, B.C7  7773.6-'  MQBiEE Home, 12x65. 2"bed;  FOR RENT  SELMA ^ Park  meeting.  Ph.  '��aft-. $8   per  885-9437.-  ,    7343-tfn  rbomi',  u'uiupljebe���witfa sk-irU-  ing~and    aluminum    awning.  Only 2 years- old. 'Phone. 886-  7187r-.  ^_ ....   7066^ffn  *  REALESTATE  1957, CIIEV , half-ton   pick-up '  v/ith .extras.   Good   running  -evBsr?���~T-CooipfiessM!-^ir^ejryjcg<  '7765'8"     "  "vNYGREN SALES s.  order, '!j>40t  .-"' N'OTIvCE  ' Application   has  been  macle-       t0 tne' ?UDUC Utilities Commit  _ 1  , v."   '_,,"������ ~���r->^   ������   ���    fiion   on' behalf of'the under-'  ^P^F^f^rSU^m ^igne^ <5ame^o incKaScer-  , .bale, delivered. Ph. 1^6-   ^^tes    and   charges   for  .^88r___ ______5sso;^___iTRf_ lran^9mtt0.fi" ^r^Treitlvr -  ���   . ,   ' ' ���. ''���-1���J ~  between   the   VanrAjuVer   area  PETS* ��� ', and \he  Sechelt. Peni'iMila;  '"-" *���; ���   '���    ��� ' "7:^        7~7ZT        Subject   to "the   consent   of  PURE bred Great Dane b.U*. tHe  Commission  the ,prOpb  ^ $1E2����2n,_IU:;e i>red ^- rates .and-charges will become"  ed   and   allectionate.- hoyr-u-  . ,      1070 ���...��>.���.  1931.FORD  model."A!'  set   for   small   block  sedan  Chev:  Also '1961  Austin  mini  Phone.  485-5856' tPowell River);    .'<  �� . ' 7762-8  HELP WANTED  WE v;ijeed; a f.ini?hing 'carpenter to dp work, in our home  .���:tlriis is inside work��� Don't  reply if you're the jsame as  all the.idiots who made vague  ���promises and  don't show up.  jBhone  883-2749. 7733-6  - .��        ���        �� ,  MUSrC teachers and assistant  /teachers  with  keyboard ex-  gejrience . wanted.    Good    opportunity . trainingt provided.  Full or part-time.. Write -Box  v'and  other material -appeari^iir���7Y57~-- m    Penfhtttla^~Tmies-  this edition of the Sechelt Renin*    ~     ���������-.;���.���.   ^   -.   ,."������<��*  sula    Times.    Permission    to,.;r'kr  Overseas  .$10.00  yr.  Special Citizens,  Local Area  _  Canada -  By Carrier  , .  $3.50  $4.00  _l60c mo.  -Copyright and/or  property rigriri-  subsists in  all display advertises  Box" 310,   Sechelt,   B.C.  produce wholly or in part j.qnd In  any form whatsoever, particularly  by a phofographic or offset process  in a publication, rri_sf be obtained  u in writing from thi? publisher. Any  unauthofjred reproduction will be  subject     to     recourse^   lln    ?iow.  "In the event of a typographical  error advertising.goods prService>,  at a wrong pricey goods or services  may not be said and the difference  charged to the newspaper. Advertising is merely~an~offer"lp'���"sell,  and may be withdrawn 'at any  time."���(Supreme Co.urt decision).  Advertising is: accepted on the  condition thjSt/ in vthe event of  typographical" error,' that portion  -hi the rie|yg!rttein-q-j space occupied  by. the erroneous item, together  with ...reasgngb^^a  '7757-8  .WlrTTER accommodation avail-  abierfronr-September, Separate living rm. and b'drmi Batlv-  j-onjri with shower.'Reasonabie-  rates." lAt I-iOw'ks. Madeira  >ark: Motel. Phone 883-2456.  Under  new management,  ���"7534-tfn  SINGLE bedroom .duplex furnished. Couple (ir single person. No pets o.r pot smokers,  $55 .plus utilities! Available  Jan.- 20! Ph. 885-9463-   ��� 7760-7  ������^LARGE.' 3   brm.   home   on   2  " acres, level  waterfront  properly.   Call   Sechelt   Agencies  Ltd.  885-2235. 8   (i���: ,. .���_   WATERFRONT ��� Someone's  dream, modern 3 bedroom  home* with fireplace, furnace,  sunde%vjja_nd patio. Complete"  privacy in over an acre of  trees and lawn. Stove, fridge,  ���washer and some-furnishings,  -jjaen ppr mnnth to right party -  , SECLUDED but accessible by.  t ^goo��L-lane,^.J��0_acxe_L_bjaaii__.  tifuT*7^weli elevated un'de-  -velTjped-^roper-ty-, ^eaF-^ound���  creek, some ocean view, near  Secret.   Cove.     $60,000.   ' Wilt;  acqept  some  terms.. Box: *310.  'Peninsula���Times, Sephelt. ��  ��� K. BUTLER" REALTY  .    .    . LTD.  .    ALL TYPES INSURANCE^  Gibsons, B.C.7~"  .,.'���"     'Phone 886-2000 =_.,'  -v ->^~Smember    -.     ��� .  MULTIPLE LISTING    -  . SERlHCE    .  '.-    ' .    '   7768-6   ; ���  J  REDROOFS ROAD ���Lot 78'  by 26.8'_with potential view  of-iSargeant Bay. Quiet area, ,  -10 min drive from Sechelt,  Hy'4ro, telephone ~and possible  well site- $3900 ' cash. ~Phone  885-9654. ,    7777-tfn  EVERY NOW. ANT) THEN.". .  BQATS ^ENGINES  3  Phone 886-9303, Gibsons, B.C.  ��� , t u_k : : -  COL.EMAN floor. furnace,. 50,-  .- .ffllQ-B.T-II.^ $50. Phone 885-  2812. 7718-6  -^i'Sh.1.   fyjnrdlntr  Kennels,   Tel.  885-9469. '   7771-8-  lst, 1972v  -��et^ite-  MESSAGE  1969 K- & C fib?igIass~lT  Aardtnp    hnpt;     two    35     hp  :.~^lJ-LEH_iQX..:, electric:. ��� furnaCBT  "it-   "       r<���^^   7^r3l7f^^*'trtf^A-^wir"  Me^-cury motors', .synchronized;  Rpad Runner trailer. ,l Power  winch, many accessories. Has  had -very little use and in new  condition. For quick sale,  $3500- -Phone- 886-7144.    7772-6  FOR SALE ���������)> ���'"���  PRAWNS   as  available,   fresh  80   cents  lb.   or $1   cooked.  Also  frozen.  Ph:  883-2282.  7-636-tfn  -j Good  Condition^ ^Pnone^B,?"-7"*  -r2263^_-_________l_____17766-7  GET into trim with Canadian  Forces 5BX for men and 10BX  for ladies, .35 cents each. Modern Carpentry $9.95. Sunset  Hobby Books $2.50. - Las.t  Spike and National, Dream  $10. For "the chidren Dr. Seuss,  Beatrix Potter books and lots  of good paperbacks and latest  Canadiana, always at the  Times Bookstore, Sechelt. Ph.  885-9654. 7764-7  AVpJM representative needed  at Selma Park, Hopkins  Landing and Madeira Park.  Call collect and leave name  and phone number at Vancouver  office:  684^5388.  7713-5  Phona Mr. John. Hall.;ai_-.ji85_.  2881..'  ���' .' X753-8  HALL for rent���Wilson Creek  Community    Ha.ll.    Cont-act  Mrs    Dianfie   Anderson, "^885-  s 2385. I    7758-tfn  WDANDY      har*gmrr~c~r^m-pifi-  nature,' will not be charged for,  but the balance of the advertisement will be paid for at the applicable rate.  A composition charge is.rnqdj9.;fpT  advertising accepted and put Into'  production, but cancelled before  publication. Change from original  copy when proof is submitted to  customer is also-choffgeable at an~  ���hourly   rate-, for   the .additional  .- GARDEN BAY  Approx. 275. ft. waterfront with over  1   acre.. Good-, for cabins,  home or hbld.for inyesiment. Deep,\.shejtered moorage. Fulj.price".  along. This one's an attractive 3 bedroom home__Qn a  lovely view lot overlooking  Garden Bay.' ~It's furnished,  has a"~bright modetn kitcheOj  sundeck, new automatic cjil  rrertr-and isr-wired for washer  and' dryer; Sure" it needs paiht  and a bit of inside re-finish-.  _j. .Jng, ^but that's: easy, and the  price ,i��_just"$iTJ00.0O; _  Joclc Hefmon_.fia3i27i5~- ...  CHARLES ENGLISH LTD.  Sunnycrest-Plaza  "^T^wip-i��^iiwiij��wbj��-^^ �����B>  BBRTHS  GIBSONS AND SECHELT   WESTERN-DRUGS1���  ��� -.   .   ���$   pleased to  sponsor  this  Birth   Announccnient space,'   and  extends Best 'Wishes to, the happy  ���  parents, ���. '  ���  :���,���lo.  TERRY   ��^nd   Nicki   Simrboni?  are proud  to announce ���the>  'birth of their daughter Ljsa  MaHp,' 7 lb', 6V2 o^'s,' ^orri  December   26   al   St.   Mary's  ^Hospital,     ,-,-'���-,      7763-6  OBITUARY     .  MADEIRA fARK ,' ���__   w  Approx.- 3 acres of the finest- view property" in Pender -Harbolir,  ���    " $17,000 with good terms.,  NEW WATERFRONT HOME  New, partially finished 2 BR 1,200 sq. ftr;-h'ome with 600,sq. ft.  sundeck,  on  85  ft: chp'ice, waterfrpnt tot.   Full   price   $28,500  with terms. -,'������- '  LAGOON ROAD  Member of the Multiple Listing Service  i SECHELT MI1S LTD.  DAVIS BAY    '_)    ,      r: ������''.������'      No. 2217  Ideal  2 bedroom retirement_home^_bright and  convenient,  just  3 -years old. On large view lot, clearea^^hd^aTidscapedj'close to"  beach at'Davis Bay. Cash price $20)750. A bank mortgage may  me arranged. Try your offers.  Don Hadden, 885-9504 eves.  TO  CLASSIFIED  USERS  DAVIS BAY No. 2388  View lot 100'x220^overlooking ocean at.Ddyis Bay. Sityated^at  the end of a quiet street. Nearly level, nice choice of trees but-  easy to clear. $6,200 cash. Don Hadden, 885-9504 eves^  SELMA PARK -No. 1771  Nicely finished 2 ibedroom retirement home, just 2 years old,  plenty of closets, 'well insulated, all electric, including furnace.  On lease lot 50x120 feet. Present lease $50 per annum until  "July I,.1975 then 2 lternisspf lOyeqrs each. Full price $1-4,000.  Try your terms. Don Hadden,"885:9504 eves. "   "  ' '   ^^^WfQwQ^..  "y^ry^oyaaois^Tgi^^  ���. stores at Madeira'Park. Can be bought with low down payment  20 ACRES undeveloped,'view  property, Village ��f Sechelt,  lane access, $30,000. Will.sell  in 5 acre,blocks at $8,000 each.  Write    Box     310,    Peninsula  "Times, Sechelt. 7483-tfn   . ��= 5 ��� ��� ���  ^_ '���  GHARLES ENGLISH LTD.  nT���, _Real Estate & Insurance  -EARL-eOVE=BARGAI H~  Lorge semi-waterfront view "lot for $4,000 cash.  JANUARY 1st, 'mi; WUHain  M.   McPhedrnn -oJP "Gibsons  B.C. agpd 4$ years,, sui'vived  % his'loving wlfe'Isobel, fire  vToews  -of 'Rkhmottdr  Karqn, ���  ' ,, CoJleon, 'Ruth, i^nd ^yorll, fllpo  ,    ,    ono spjV'''Gai,tli,'%''iR'il|,''(Jt"'iJi1pme),,v'  Ono brother Ron of Hopkins   .  'Landing..  Mi*1,   ptfiin   Wilson  conducted -the service in  the  Fnrnily Chapel of the Harvey  'Fyfreral J-Iomo 'January /4th,   '  1   ''   '! Interment Son View Cernetary. ,���,,'  ,.  ,     .  * 7?7r>-0  !|'        ��� l'l    ������ I*.I     II. ��'.      I-.', ' ."I. .��  *-r--rryil^RTZH!A^S^.,Oi),i;3D  *"'"��� '""��� 20," ID7l^*A^K''"Kurlznhls>,"bi':'?  ��!��,,,�� Hopkins, Lancling, B,C, in ,1iJb   ,  91st yonv, Survived p'y ;1 dflug-'  ,....,,, v,^tpi' .Mrs,,M,.;^Mfu'gnrot) lfy�� ,  '���'���'''Utorh of Hopkins landing! - 2'".'���  grundduughtorfi 'qnd  2 j{��'pot   gr(|j^|plill(|ron; nnd muhy hop-  Iwwrj' ��hd iiJoces in Donpiprli:.  Jlov. Pttvicl Brown conduclQcl  .tl)e���W'vlco in tho Hurvoy Pun-  owl Homo on 'Docombpr 30lhT  A Hrnv��fl)fli> rtorvl��!o wnB-helcl-  'In Vnncouvor QiV-Docdmbor Jlii  *    '     ,,��� .,, ,,,770^0  (3ARD1OFTHAHKS''r,'i. V  x EGMONT WATERFRONT  200 ft. Waterfront. Has 2, unfinished buildings. On paved road.  Very nice   property for  development.   Priced  at  $22,500  witli  -��� .   ��� �� $12,000 down,  ' EARbCOVE    r : ' "'    -.  A few Ms still available, on this 3Q lot subdivision. Priced from"1  .. ..���-'-.^...;..,:.,....i,,,:,: $4,590,   ..; ������_..^;^  madeira' r#rk  Choice view lots on: 64 Jot-subdivision.-Pricos-frorri.,$4,000,(0, ,  $8,000. Sqrne cleared read/for-buildihg,    ' '';      "  ,^m,-v--;,:���,;i���_,,1���,1,,,���SAI<>l N AW: LAKB , ' ;,,.���; ���,.   13.8 acres, with approx, 33t> Tt. waterfront. Full price $25,000  ���  ;"-:��� : :_wlth $8;50Q down.. ' "A  ���-'..."   M/VRINA .SITE'       .������   ���  "^'Earr4" Cbvo-^rndrlna;'"Brnotel*i-OT-isubdlyl5lon',��-8lto*..ad|olnlngj.>.f.orjry1^���  terminal. Approx,   51   pcres  with  approx,   85,0, ft.   waterfront,  ,,1,300 ft, on Hw, 101. Full prlce',$7S,,G0Q,wlt,li $30,000 down,  ��� :    N.PAR. Madeira FARf?!  2 BR homo on largo viow lot, Qwnor now robulldlno, rc'docoratlng  and also building a 3rd BR In basement, Oil  furnace, stoye^  frig, Can-bo bouflht-now~for-$14,000,~Wltlv..tor.ms=ra5.fcmorJolllna_  '", ��� progresses, prlcp will bo ac<ord|pfl|y,higher., ,  -,  "'���""!;'v" ��,,;-," }p7'''lKc^%iH!'T\tABm'''  ''"'' "  P.L 367Q/��\ylth a qdn?|clorablo drnounl of. morchanlablo' Vml^or,,  '���M?hQ5',.'Qppr^)f,T,;55,0.fllv^.f',v,W9iorlront.on^MlxolL.'LQko, .road ���& creok #  ���kt'(lirouall 'prdporty '''aricl an-'oM house 'Wrilch'coulcl iUa robulli. Full  ,,,,, *..,>,.���,���. , tptlQ0'.^SO^OOp'vylth ^5,000 clown.  -..,��,��� .,";.,(l, ^.'itR^f^QfFRpAp:'  Lot 11 I^'q.largo vl,ow lot/ approx. QOxSSp.'LooK for owr sign on  the "proriorly.' RodMCjud from $5,000 lo $^000 far \|ulck palb.  ���   t , I,.  " ' ' ;'"GA^DEN" BAY *��.-   310 ft. waterfront, oyer _3. acres on % eoparato parcel!}, Very  ' qroo hpmor-6 (could. p�� 10) J?odj^olns^n*'rd^ol|qint'*'fitart,-for  , full price,-pood,torrns.,Or hoMse con. ,b�� piiichqsod Willi 100 \\,  ��� "��� '���   ��� wat9rfrbnt^p|���fpr $42,000,.,,    r. : , '���,,;,'  .'. Notary���'��� Pubhcv .$5  jApp|:ai^ais  SUNNYCREST -SHOPPING  r~^ ��� CENTRE     . ���  TILLIGUM BAY -��� No. 2385  2 Bedroom home, automatic oil- hedt&-fireplace.- New~ki-teh���en,  house is 8 yrs, oldv Concrete'..?4. basement, double plumbing. Real  value at "full price of ~$12,9"00, with $5,600 down, good terms.  By appointment. Peler Srriith/889-9463 eves. ,' f,  _DAV1I5_BAY���  _-���_    '    .   _   : - Ho. 2311  ���pan6>arniT~vTew^cl771e'ared^  "fnW rs~$5^'0;"s1brne^eTrffi^r'Tc^  ���-   cannot equal this lot for view, location_and Yalue.iiPeter, Smith,  "885-9463 eves. . . ', .-.   . . *'     '  �����r-^* !   CONSIDER THIS:  You    are   about   to . invest  money for an ad and we want  you to get results. To accomplish this it is necessary for you  to TELL ALL.about. the details  ,of your offer. Be sure you don't  make any of the^following, errors that prevent results:", ���-    v  . l.i-Don't  Omi^v  The-Addresses:  Many    out-of-town    readers  will write you but wil', not spend  money for a long distance call..  2. Don't- Omit  The Phone Number  'Many readers will call you  but do not find it convenient  to come to your home.  3. Don't Conceal the        *  Price Desired  ^ Surveys show that- o high  percentage of readers will- not  answer an-ad unless the price  is, given.. .'..-'.������   -  4. Don't Leave Home ?    -  On The Days   +  -^^Ypu-Advertise ���  ^=^  Mqny good prospects will not  call the second time if your  phone is unanswered.  5. Don't Omit .  Important Words.  To Save Money  Readers-.can't guess on important^ details. Remember,- a  well written informative add  will get results, faster and cost  musMess-inthe-long-ruh;    ���  6. Don't-Overlook        ^  The 3 for 2    ^.  Bargain Rate  ,   i.You!)Lget,theKbiggest parade  of-jeodfirs^auhe jowgst price"  -of- tho . propoHeel-^  changes' may be obtained 1'rom  the carrier's <s|��ice.  ���,.Any repres��ntation^ respect-  kig this application may be  rnadeTSTme t!uperinj"5fident oT  Motor, Carriers, 1740 West  , Georgia St., Vancouver 5Y.��.Q,  Pacific. Tariff- Service Ltd.        Tariff; Agent for:  HANSEN'S  LTD.  TRANSFER  ���7755-pub. Jan.'5,  1971.  Gibsons, B.C.  ..   HAPPY NEW YEAR      "  and a prosperpus one too,  if  you~1ist vyith Charles English  ��� -Ltd,.; -WHERE,THE ACTI0N  ' " <���'   -.    '      -ISI."   '-'    '''.  Our sales topped one million"  dollars in 1971,, CALL US!  wlarj;2Wrr  ���88fi-2098'  ^885-2300,;:  883-2745  1770-6  Jack ^W^jtff. J  Ken Crosby '-  ���^Jay'vWisser^;^���  - JoclCHormon  MOVING to Coastal  "Intorestod in secluded, fully  modern, 2 b.r, waterfront i;e-  sidohco. Log construction pre-  -ferred;*Fishing-'*nd .-boating...,  Wl)��t offers. Reply giving de-  ���iV,4H|^,,v,i\ncl( ,V\M9\... No ��� afipntoiT-  'Writ�� Box 7/752,' V/V'Poriinsuto' "  TlmoB, Box 310, Sechqlt, B.C.  "-- 7702-8  ���    ^���;  '  ���1~ ~  Multiple .^tlng Service  ,, Box .23B,  Gibsons,, B.C.  GIBSONS-                                             -           -                  No. 2389  ~TrT~Tatr^eveto^ingrcWi^  950' of floor space  for Business enterprise, -approx.   2.00'  ex.  storage and a 500' suite. All on large JoV$ 10,000 to. handle.  Jack Warn,. 886,-2681 eves. .   _._,...��� ^  ,  GIBSONS"      ��' :"":"���'������ .,.,.,       ^    ,    ���  .No. 2361  Electrically heated, Well planned.new home w|th<�� bdrms, ample  storage and car port. Good,view, fireplace and car port. Nothing  to'do but put in your, garden,'$20,8000, easy financing, Jack  .^Worn^,886-2681 eves. f ���     J  "'ONE OF.A KINO'      "  ������ ��t*^  - *��� ��� ^-=-vr --���-���;*Nor-2387  ,. ;Xhls, distinc|-|ye;,styled hcjrne haf np equ'al pn the Sunshine Coast.  ":" l:arge;'3-bedroom;-full ���bsnif;/^  ; excellent lot with large Fir trees, Dogwoods ,and Cedars, Ocean  ' and mountain vlew,.stepsj,tO sqridy beach. This,won't last. Fred  -*'HcirestQd;'885i247'8.eves.-|vo.'. ..-.,���.,..,.., ���./.;���.,' ���.',;:������������.,,:.���..���-,:',,;  7f -vod. sell  your  m'erehandise  l 1 f .1 ������l m faf, 11;) i t; rj rfism yrryri".! m afrft iumn.iiiiiLJiuiii.mwim umuw jiujuiu iu iu.ii j  SELMA PARK     ���- '      V     ������., ,     :    No. 2158  For $]4;006 full price, some terms, this 2 bedroom fully insulated  ; retirement  home.  Close  to  beach,   boat   launch  & .store.   New  kitchen and bathroom. Automatic heating. Peter Smith, 885-^463  ..eves. ��� ��� ���   -      . ��� "���������-.  PENDER AREA '     "~~~ No. 2382  Fishing stream for a boundary,  lakes all 'roynd and sea front  minutes away/how much fishing do you want? 4 acres of good  HaaraeFmlrTcTra  wate.r problems, good sub-div. if you must. Large solid farrh house  leased until next fall. Half down-on $14,000 total. Jack Warn,  -fia&^o&J^ev^^^..^,  , anepd ;of  time just  call  and  -eancel; you pay just for what  you^use.  THE TIMES  885-9654  V  J  M^y it be brilliant  anci bcnmtiifuIT  SAKiNAW* LAKE RESQRT & ^ARINA  aMDER HARBOUR AREA^  r-TpjJ^rtffiSffig^^  1900 ft. beautify lake frontage. 39 acres with beach  ^Ex  swimming, fishing^ -boating.. 2 JSQblQS^Jj��^ xar  parking. Some ir\come, parking & gas soles; Potential  Unlimited���trpTTer parley���motel-���marina-^lolSge^  .rentals; FULl! PRICE. $155,000. Terms To Reliable  'Party. Phone 25> 1060 after 6 p.m. .Write 1462,  .    .   .;   East 1st, Vancouyer^B.C.- ..,      *  R.^B, (BOB) KENT INVITES'YQU to contact hlrn in regard to  rllstjng your Real Estate with him, and the firm, most likely  * to sell yqur property. Tom nbW soliciting listings Iri! propardtlon  1 for "the next* Issues of our ��^'free�� Catalogue ��of��Propertles*for?  Sale'/ on tho Sunshlnq i^oast, Thes,o ca^ta^oques have a wide  dlstrjbu.tiori', even to places'like Arablq1 anq IncJlql You cqn  'ddpehdsbn'the staff of 12 associates to give)lt|e past Pf often-  , ;|,on to your listing, AJ^ays'^emembor" there is NO CHARGE  ){ we DON'T SELU Colli'Bob" Kent how br at'your convonlenco,  Res: 885-94,61 or offIcoi 885-2235, "  ASK,FORvOUR FREE CATALOGUE OF REAL, ESTATfc  MAC?K|RA',PARK'  ..MANY thanks to nil f#,i|W "  ,_._....���,klii(UUiongh'lO"a I wlsliefi^  extended" to' m^m^mico^  , ' Hltt,ff   tlurli^ ;tho:* ,ChrJstrnn��;-'  Soniiqn, Hpppy Now Y#'lp  TO iOl'llifl' d(jnr peopW^yvho-..  ,   ployod VBIilHO /fll/lilphprtfl, ',   ' .��� ���Qroek Holl on ' tnoii nlH)>.t of'"-,  pel,' jilih'j liol)��ii|fl Cl'ofik'jflro';  , , ,, Thdnk You, Pbueon'p QircpUnwj'. ,  1' ���      Mnd m Hi*iW N��w.Yotir,H>Vrt-.  ond Cynlhlo Jones wild Fpm*  '   'liy.v', ' y     v(",W"�� ���  Apprpx,1' 1% "oc"r��S'".of, sflrr|l-vyatpiitjr^rjtt;:''!,par|kirrfe view proporty,  ��� V9 i u''   located Just abpyfl'M^{k}|r,cj<P(jrK oov't ���wharf��'���'���'���-"-M "  ���Uv> 4*vi!  r-, PENDER HARBOUR  %w*><  i$fa*^rwrrivbQ4'^,*M . hoQtjrsipno���  "    '       ' 'li' - ���'���-" -'��� '"'���'- ''-���'-���'-�����������'  rt- cholco sornl"  st9,ro;Qnd:,  "�����" I LJIJ'Ufl  ���, flwplacif,���^te)li���l9,wpl| 8])oq carpels.iWo^oliOMl, On ch(  yajorfrpntloi OYorjooklng '��Q4��tiJ?rr^4C9njt��ri��P''Jr  '' i'        marina, Full price $2^900 with $5,000 (|owr<���  1 "' ;,.' iw iv.v "; ���, ��� ������i'-^1..:.'.:..;.,',-,'.-'n'li;. ���*>'��� if-:- i ,,������  WATWRONT'C6TS  ,    1,011 fi-^90 ft.���$ i'a,ooo,;' :��� - caf��o-.i qoiti^|i n.sob;  v     Lxn 16~rl29,ft,T-f 13,500, ;; L��tb---90'ft,���$10,300., �����  P. ^bt,.|P^7Sft,>l��,30pv.   . '*,l,ot,lB-:-135 ft,���$16,000.  '   *      "Vi'm-mQ fMio,QqQr "���-" "���'���  ,',-:���.-'��� -', fl,S. ft, waterfront lot at,Ear^Coyor-^ 1,3,000.  ,^*^T^^Ap>rdkr273it,^pr^^  ��^V..'..VX .',A'bBii;E:,HOM?'.siTEs; ���/,. ;'>''������"���  ROBERTS GREEKi":"17 "' ncra"  wfnrm on Hs ow<r,��trcivrn with  A ncrofl under cultlvatjl'ori,' "on'S*  .-.Inifit^whorrlcfl, rnspS.ond vog,  K'ni-don, Voiy attraqtlvo 4 bed.  homci plus rented ��� cottpfiQ nnd  trollaiv Hpnco,.Priced,,,to hoIJ.   SI5C1IKLT - NICKBRSON ^>  Nu'rirrnow 3 t?qd, hojrne with  "TriiiifQ^^oi'kMin^  IriPRO1' flnt-lot. -Thln,"iH U;��voi'y.T,  ''."(juloT  hroir���  nnrjl *" ycf "tyloao  .oni^'h   t��   tho' Vlllono,   AU, ,  thin, for only, $24,900 'lull prlco,   "  Gin'soN'3 'R.VRAL:,,, It. you ''  Wf I n l��i-U>i' fjo-^JJltt l^jrAiL��.pfH,^  Box 128; Sephelt  ���"��� �������� i * i       ,  AGENCIES LTD  1;' ., Phone 885*2235  (E.&O.E,)    ���  Seyordl 1ot�� available!,  ffiRSONAI^  wfm<pm*mmlto  ALCOHOLICS, Anonymom ~,  ���   M��?<Hlnflfl ,U;80. ir,m��� ,,,yhurfl; ,  dny��r Wilson' Crp^k, qommurJ.  ��,, .������� ���:ity-lUi\^m}.rMMm. J00-  ^  mjy La LI Ky^^JB,. wmjr%ft. JLJa (dj h.2  ,j��  -!���-r  ' WISH' tQ*Wnt��Pt * Xfit��T ;Pp/ ^  i'- ,0ninta memem TlwW .ajf-..  ,.,*!,  C'<Vj��i  j.., iif��^..r.-�� ^y ,**.*,���;.,,,, j ^^IflTr.T^,!,1! Ml>.r^, ,,^,fh.,..^.ft)... ,v.',r.(::,,./  ''' ,''�����, *',{, l'1; M<*delra'Pa^i'ff,jC,,.!|lT',n(.'    i , I ',   .  ,: ,,..... 'ti'p^^^u^j. Harbour 883-223i3; r,V ":  'I '| I, l1  ',,1, ,    _ M        | I 'V'i'l *      *i      '    < ' >wr~^m^^mimmmmmmmmmmm.   ��    ��''"\   ���     Ml"   'I    ,  ��'.              J''   '                O,    ������'                                i    H,  "Hj'   ''*;     ,'         lh'||   .,��,'���  ,.        ,       !i     ��������� ,'   ,        ' ",,'t  .'til? wnjf.nnd yot fltlll hijvo ��  ���.m��Knlflcont   view,  horo ' In   ��' '  very HUriietlvo"3 lidnn. liomoyr  : wltirfuirbnsornent on a 0, Roro  lot, Thlfi .��n��y ho' juiit whfH"  ydu"nro   looklnn   for, il^U,.,  prlco ||I2('|000.   ���     ���   **   '     ',  11(HI313S   WAJSTIfiDi -a \hd(l .  "homo' on Hie fjnt in uH>  m)i),n'.nr,'Soolni)lt "Wo ImVo .the,,,  uurtlomorH hut lU'n vory nhort  ���nh--llntTnHH-on~thlH���typoJ^oL-  hfimu,  P'Iohiu* ��� phono UllO-IMI)'  or nflor houVfi, 600-S077�� ���"��� ���>.'�����--  Mcmlxrr     ''  ' '  V^ricduvw,R>a1 ffa'tAto B^nrd''  'HONK"-��8o*-��3<a ���**���-r  Noiory Public  , USTINOV WANTEP  ,Vl9cePrower:',V'V-(8.86.935^  ��� WqHyl^toraofT y'$#&pp2%  Ron MciSavanoy . 88^-9656  ���";���,.'.rio'x'233,' aihnqn.i,' ri.cV""  .   '���     ,'    ,    ���   ' '    ,.;', 77flM**-  ��        ;i -��� 1, .4.4 n ��� *     1. .1 ' ,  RED ROSE S  TEA BAGS  JJfWMit-fl'MWm^^MjjW.^/* i.|  j*,..  11 <i\\' JyU,wntfe,i-:",^far^l^brCJ,t'��^ti^.Tft^  ">;  , '*,'/'2'p Plain      ,,  *��i<������w2**^��**����^^  Your CO-OP  Community; Ownod  hopes you Wave?1:11  Holiday Soasori  PROSPEBOUS  f\ KM* t**i*<  '1 I  r .'��  n ii ir  1 . C('��  I  'WelqoK^cirdb'serv.-  I'.jpp;^ with, trio ?9m��?  '" warmth and sorYlfcb", '  L4hrQ^ghout.J.97i2,.^.  =0P"F00D\SERVICE  ^,   , ,,.,, ,w  Phono d96:2622  ^'U'KiiiVil  ," 1  ,i'���.  >m.  t*(i��UjH  ~����..^..  t\  ,t<  '; r  * ''  hW  1. r'  l'i"*''-'  I   II'  ,   Wilt)  lliiCT^,,,., ,.,      ,       ^ t  111 \\ hh tv��i'-'W|ivnH"��i'i. 1 (��m��~.��w.  i^Ui|M������wiw<wI>(1��Whhw>wi  ���j )< '   1 ' ft       ���,     s ' T ^..  ���->.. :Y��.,:_.._  ���   - ��� ' ' . ���.�����     v   ���������������,    -  �����:...  Balfmooh Bay Huppenirigs  'i  ���-,��� _���_�����...  Wednesday^ January 5, 1972       Th6 Peninsula Time? 7- ,77 ^^Page^S  - _ . V1-",5, ."' ' '.-v   -'    .        '���  '' "'��� .������'���-by Peggy Connor   -' r  MftS.. Mary. ��� Tinkley, N6pe*t 'a   few   days     toria for^the winter.. The 'snow  was -no '"���  ii* Vancouver  with. frifendi?  over   the     hardship   to .them   as  .they _come _fromi..  .  New, Year's  holiday.  '/.,/,. .'     *   ��� . Annahim %Lak��"district"and "afe" used \o   ' ,"  :,.....".. }iL:   and   Mrs.   Jack   Hall  enjoyed .-&���.    more snow "and Colder weather.'  ' V-ili0^/fv?hr-,,��alSeaS','h fr?m-'11^''       Ther'l was a gathering" of brc  :S-ffrt��ir^��     ",  He|mC,:r,lld-Ma1'^^   the-Archie   Rulherfords   with ��� :  ute Chnstensen, wh^ai^e staying in Vic.  . and NalNa.]ie Rutherford ,heresfr.on  iiyiJilrt^prj^, - ._\A  SUNSHINE COAST  BOSREh mWQH-  (Undenominational)  SuntJoy School'��� 10:00 o.m.  Church Service ��� 11:15 a.m.  Evening Service 7:30 p.m.  ���PASTOR REV. S. GASSELLS ;  Povis Boy Rood and Arhutm  Hr2 blocks up from Higliwoy)  others at  ���Dr. Don  from Wcjlnut  Creek, California. Mi'.- and Mrs. Ed arjd  Sydney Rutherford from Vancouver.     .     ��j?  ,3vft\ and Mf*. 1. R. Mercer of Secret   '^. ��  Covi^'w'ere^idelightfid' :.tor-have  'daughter-*-*5i;'-  Mrs. Robert MaeMulan and granddaugh.-  tef 'Goltottc' on^a visits from Edjj^oat&t-w-l  PENDER HARBOUR  ���T~^hmilNiACtE   .-(Undenominational)  SUNDAY SCHOOL Ab(D BIBLE CLASS  9:45 A.M.      -.-'���������  Madeira Park ��� 883-2374  CHURCH SERVICE���11-.00 A.r*.  Pastor Rev. Walter S. Ackroyd '  The United Church of Canada  SERVICES  St. John's United Church . Davis Bay  Sunday Services - 9:3& a.m.  Roberts Creek United  Sunday Services - 2:30 p.m.  Gibsons United Church  Sunday Services '- 1I: j5-o.m,  '...    Port Mellon United  Sunday Services - 7:30 p.m,  (2nd and 4th Sundays)  _MJnis��ry_  Rev. Jim Wniiarhson -fiibsons - 886-2333  Visiting irorn  New  Westminster  was  Mrs. ..Muriel Crump, Mrs. Jack- Mercer's   sister," pleased to spend a week, at, Bitc^.  caneer Marina with Jean.' '���*' ��� .;,  ^rr-Sunny^^^fSouTTEsTateSi: Secret- CogS^:  had  quite  a  few families  up.  to   spend  ���nJffiw ,.,Y.ear>  holiday, .and,, 'at., thqf niagic.,  hour -such "a din was ��� -heard in the Coye:  with "fireworks,  banging   of  pots,  music  ..- pouring nut r��f ^p'dg-ppnVorg^ if wag am-  afcing  to- learn  that  the ��foiks  Up' .there  managed to* hear the musical .notes coming from Merry Island light station f6g- r  'horn which traditionally blows in the New ,  Year, -.���     \ '��� (      ���"'������'������'"'���������' ��� i."���'  At  Lord   Jim's  Lodge   they  had . full   ���  house with a feig Bash on the big night.  Music by a Vancouver group "the. Black-,  watch".  Quite a  few  from  Pender  Harbour . Saw the Year  in there. ��� ��� '  ������'.   While-the Jolly Roger was  not open  for New Year celebrations they had folks^.  staying' in the housekeeping rooms, "these _  were, hardy sailors' frorn the West Van-  ��� couver Yacht Club. Two sailboats and a  power boat, the sailboats sailed down, to"  Vancouver  Sunday.  A   better   day   they  could   not   have    had,   sunshine   and a  brisk norlwester.  There was the lady who carefully did  ��^SSu^S away'dtS This,.&-^r^m^^^m ?7��n the string of tinsel are made  band's- prying eyes. The dismay when de.qora,tions, jcoulii .$<& be. :dtf jtf^ted' by hand,. Miss Smith s fwends so en-  she went to. get th��m ^rr^rriTr^T^-���^ 4ree that ..they felt others  Dancing 9:30-1:30 a.m.  MUSIC BY  PENN KINGS  Saturday. January 8, '72  PENINSULA HOTEL  -_CQVER CHARGE  Phone 886-2472  anuiiiuiHMifinniWiiTi��fiuiniwilBintMM^  a  a  HUltmillllllln   ^JLI..-     LJ.lL.1   L/ecordTiv��r  nuuuy  Biaptfet%^OrCh~Seivrces^  BETHEU BAPTJST CHURCH  Mermaid arid Trail, Sechelt  Sunday School 10:00 a.m.  Morning Worship 11:15 a.m.  XALYAR^ BAPTIST CHURCH I  Park Rd., Gibsons  ; Sunday School 9:45 am.  Evening Worship 7:QQ p.m,  ... _^   (8857280?)\ ���..���_;'.  YOU.  :  them anywhere.  Christmas day and a    of disCiarcted wrapping .papers  and    would 4ike to see--a^flo._-.    :  full week of ribbing and teasing by her     foils by MiSS;.S6phie Smith Of iSechelt;      V~ ~*      ---------  * husband; ' wh.o   insisted   she   must   have  ^reanjedTbuying iTim somet.JTmg7~wsrs  go ���by before someone came -across them  accidentally New Year's morning., When ��� ,  ,,ybu are running an Inn yqu,have a lot l-'/WTVI ��k1*     W��lCi     f   Pjl*iT%CC     III^TT'CIO  . of things on your r^d^don't" feel bad JT XJl 11 Id      J.\V?V��1     \**L UOO     l&LAJ. l3^  Kay, we have all done this one time or  another, I am sure Jolly. John enjoyed ���:'     .���'..'- jo       ���   V '   ������& .m'  .". .   ��'..���!������*.'*  LfcgifUeye^4^^id*MVj^M-^iUfoi;^ <^^|^lt^<i^i^i^{|^4KOfiXi  here"fromri?heMDU.E.W  Tffe ?cLbridfe    ^NBING enough time to devote to hf    Thi,^; a type of crocheted^ bead; work  I.    Bay, ���tb.;Spe��d Christmas and New Yea?     , '^^^^^i^^ti'T^^ wS SiiT7 deC��ratlVe a"d ^qUireS &  7 watR Wilairth/ at HalfmobnTBay:" ^m which Miss Soph^Smith of v-Sechelt.   lo* -of skill.���.-___^_.___  ,       ._.  'Mr.'Andy Mehzies former/resident of     has "never yet been able iiy solve eVen Besides this multitude of-hobbies, Miss  ^^lfmQOh,..pay...passed.-awa^.Dec---28th^in-  i^^ ^^^.S,^^. .    \Smith has made^a study of, medicaLand  Haneyj aged 80 years  leaving" his  wife Many tif these riobbies bnginated, in >nutfitt^ai 3'r'��P^  HERE'S WHERE YOU GET  ^ajg^i M '^!Ml *** iMI^^pWfffi^lS  A Happy and Prosperous New Year  May*< 1   son   and   3   daughters    Funeral   ' the��� days" which Sophie Smithv spent in tian  plants  and  shrubs.   One   day. per  held ifec; 3J, -Hahey. ' \   remote areas of Vaneouve^Jsland as an ^aps ^rhen she can find the time she.will  ������-' "  ���'- ���^ 1 '. i      outpost   nurse   with   the   Canadian   Red have   them'compiled   and   printed   and  Cross. When the festive season .arrived perhaps'-one May she will get around to   7  she   put   ingenuity   and   improyision   to ' writiijg7the. very interesting story of her ^  work to create beautiful trimmings for Hfe on the West Coast. 'However she feels  <:hri^tivjas CARDS  DECORATIONS  ��� ..:....;��� t.,J'  '.      '.   '���"���.'?���.:���'!.'''-���':���������  HAXF~PKrci  l^yALSa,. '..���"������:  i^riiwislFiioM  ' ��� .::'.-Jr)ir> 7at" > '',';;, '���."'���' ":  REPUCED  PRICES   -;r-  ', I   ...!'  icm^rmnriTOMEw  ^uninnmnunoiniainiiHiuiiiiiiiiimii  CHUCK STEAK  GROUND BEEF  Canada Choice,  Canada Good ..  iiiuiiuniiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiuuiiuig  rmiiiiiiiniini  Ullllllllllllll  the  Christmas .tree   tp .delight  children that many  incidents   are privileged   m-  wfio had probably never seen the tinsel formation and not for publication. Any-  and> glitter, of ..a decorated tree. Presents one who is wondering what on earth they  were also something home-madejand Miss. wiil do when they retire should check  Smith's   contribution   was   the   arrfay   of with Sophie Sniith.."."    .   ''  :ging,erbre.ad "cqokies; 'a:hd ^shortbreM cut ,-r--        "   :   '               :  and' gaily iced headdress, .'Htfle snovs^tnen  and jSanta Claus figures.'    ;  ? 7   - 7 ,  '    Eyen though Sophie 'Smitli'has retired,  POTATOES  (��� > <   ���>  NEW SHIPMENT  REMNANTS AND MILL ENDS  Iv.jljv   ..,..,.    .r .,   '���/       r*,,     ' ,     ,    , ,        ''"���   '        ' V^7  ''     ' '''   ''V'   ''! V*'1"    ' ���   '       ���     -     ���  ;,��ir:  885-9343  . v'i .. t v.* ,-r,..' ������ ...    ���..'<  Sechelt> B.C.,  n t  i  f��  . n.  "fr   I  'I    1  I' ,'"  Ii"   V  ' ' Ij  SECHELT AGENCIES DATE PAD  ��� This'free reminder"of coming events |s a sorvlco.of ?I;CHE;|.T At3ENC|E-^;,,  ,l,TD. Phone'peninsula Times dlrect,'��fof free t listings, specifying /'par*     ,  Pod", Please note,that space Is limited and,some advance dqt���� may  have to walt'thelr turn; also that this |s a "romlndor^' llstlnp poly arid    j,  cannot always carry full dotallsi ',  iwyyimrwyirVy^^  Jop* 6���0 p,m..PondQr Harbour Cprninunltyi|Hall1 Blnpo.  'Jan, 7-4R P.m. Sochojt Indian Hall, 0lr)flo, ���  i��Janr*^'~7^pim.^and��auljS��p,mt^lj|p)lJWlP^9^ftS8  Tournqmoni?          ,     '   ...'���.''.,. ', '^ , ���* , .' V-'-'   -'-  'i)o0r q-^i'' pim,  and''2115 '^m,' EIpW^m '^cbrtdpiy/'pq^etbalhr,  '   ��� 7 'fournamo/ll.v   - j'��    ������" y ' ^>'\\u- ,. ,i'v<-'.  ,>..,7 ., , .i ,i  f')aft!''i^ba^'ftd^'Crwh'.Rlflirwowry Sc^?!<;,'.^^,0n >CeWP'' ',;j  .Jon, |2���QHhim,ScvliO|l Uglop Hall, BJnjjjj,' ,_, _,, , , ; , , ���' _   :[  ^ifaftTI 7"r:��2''p,m:,Health <2entre*Glb!lo'nsf dA',PiO.* Bfanch��38rRegulai'*-^  '"'Jan [%9H(toti\fl\\ Uplon ^all/Charnl^'ipfiCo'miiittrcfl -Installation and ,'V I  ASK'FOrt OUR FREE CATALOGUE ;~OHRpAI;^StATE  ;���  out ^he,decorated tr��ekwhlchT'she .in^kes ^'  for Her own'and; her ���mansfifri'erxds^en-  -,  . joym^nt. Even ^the treeTi^;^!^!^" of ~~~  \ an 4mprb^isatiori, ,findmg a feee ytfst^ight ;  , is   a^nost impossibla ;but-I^iss^Smith's ��.,  tteei is^alwaysrpgrfectly syrnn)e|ri^l;h^e-^  irig. pf coTiapSsite '"of" 'trees"^hicK"most'  peopj,e would1 ignore;        "     *>  This, year's tree whiqh stood11 about  10 feet tall was .particularly beautiful and  the black and'white photograph d6es riot  do it justice. Every decoration including"  the tinsel ropes !were m^de by'hand-'out  of material which would. normally be���  discarded, Jfofxn plaptic trays, used foi"  packaging .bew  birds,' .little penguia farnllies ��� and rnany  1 other animals which joined^with snp^-" t  men, pngels and other figures on t^eirce,,,  Colored pieces of "''toil, t'so; vised fpr;pEick-'  l  w;aging*were*4ransforrn!ed��into��4ovely��n1ob'-*��M��  Ues and pure white, angiels twith gpjden; .v  wings were fashioned'from straws with  egg-shell facC',,*'fl";"w rJ' '""^ '**���"*':?"'''"'  Miss  Smith'^r- ingenuity >;ifl' evident-, -;  Ihrowgliout her home, a1 jpictwvo on tho  ~wall,.on.clbr?!WiJUi8afifiJKJ^^  very unique, button collection, tho lamp-..  ,,  shade is (made; from,' n^ul^loo'lbred threads ,'  and the cerarriic ,w^  own   doalgi),  Tl>ls,'fmny  pbrsoh's   latest  hpbbyj in one' which she prac|.ifled oh a  '���"' young H^i *ni"is7o��oriwbeco?nin^  with t,he dem^hdwf6r^bh'��3rroRe^^beadft^--'<  ���-      '   ���!      ���!���' Iriri  :     i.'.i.m. i    ii   ����' iV '    Local.  50  bag 2*49  t--|t -1^-tMt���^���^^IiH *$tf^*?*  'Inftffitll    i     JIVw i TT^ff,: jp<y.-. -  ONIONS & TURNIPS  iiamdr^tch. Meoiium-Locdl-Nor'1 Trrrrr���  FRENCH FRIES .?K^L  >miiHinrtiiiniiritiiiintiii��iiiiiuriiuiyiiuiriMBiiirmiiiiuifiiiiiuiiiiimii  1   'I   ;  I  t  USED  SAWS -T~. ~_ from  45.00  ivjJs'*. W w��,;s!ife��* $ w*Ji'tK'*';  Wedges - Sledges  ��� w.-., Gas Cans and   ��� .;..���  '2* Cycle ��*o#/s,w*w"-"  --^liAl^MMt...... ,'  ACCESSORIES  CHAIN SAW CENTRE  *   t Cowrie Street*,, JJechelfr .       ��  885*'���0636'-'',������ ��-,i4"-'  ww*' r*    i     i   -"( - ��^i",��i>��.��i,   ��. .ii. i|i,i .   ' ' 19 ,i  '.,*("tfH^ Jl.^^vw.mtt'  <i��*im; ���' TWSLIGHT WEATRE;;.'��^  i' '. r* T'  ''! !������ r,,  1    i   .  "if"'11:   hi    i��i ,'i  " IH     |. "���'.  fhono885^35  . MMltlpIo Mitlnn SaryPct xjJ  1    l^-SURANCES,  ENCIES LTD.-,  p"i"'i ||>"'i| Miiiiii'iitpv'l'l'll^"'Jli'ri"'.''>!''fI'B'''VlB*''!>'''.'"V"J %!t"\l  ���t1  '''"/.,  UStTHRIE^YS,,-,,', ���  ,    Wed., flan, 5 r TliHirs., %k 6'�� Frlv Ja*i, 7  ���>  1 !*"���+ ���****�����*��*>  i*"rl) Jij  hi  ",Wi  m  :���: ,^PU,LT  \Yicious  BRUTALITY  Was he |ci'  liar o|r, a  "r nogloctod *  i   HERO .  i', ��?  i i, i  S^Jflft^W)^^  SatMr4ay^-1 '^i'Sunday  L i.". i i'  ii       i  WM****MUM"! JF*Mi*"  ,   mill  TT  TtAWDf^^t***^*  W��iMi*|ftW"l"M^Xl��*/^L  mi'i hwwiw^w^ii y ,T|, .ji';!!, 1,     , i.,,  , ,jj  ,' Monday, i>rk -  'JjanuqripvJI0' ���f  .Jho LasfN  OAREDEYI^S  V, FORWillMTERbiVlEWllS  Macaroni & Cheese" Dinner  ?ra-^_^_ ,-- 2 ^ 47c  Luncheon W^qt-^i^r2*75e  j Tomato or Vegetable Soup.  gnnninouiiiii>  i J0o?5.  J lll|       iot��rn  ��ww��i����"��'nVir!'!'i  n^fl���^rtn^vt^^"���^"rp^^ff^?n!f''',',^,',n'1,!l"l',l"',w,,, *'''*'*'*'*  Waffle Syrup 4T��bL  Tuna Flakes ^^  n^f"?"  55^  *.  ,.i6-OJt,:,.i  ill   /tl   U I'.ll V  Toilet Tissue , Sjk*,:..;..7.....::7'73*  i i "���'"���i '' '" ,'���',' "' i.7 v*n ' '       '    ,,i   .7    '  ' .i   '"i. 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Any Tosses yuu -rrray-s^^-t^rtTr-rrr  ������->'^i-ling-i-tems' that .wouldJiormally _be subject to Capital Gains tax in most circumstances,  you  can  take a�� capital  loss.  A  .capital- loss   cannot   be   taken   fpiv such  itemsi"as" persphal property, 'car, boat and  cottage.   Items   s.uch   as   stamp   or   coin  aL|WgHi Tfieafre    Basketball lournamenl  FRIDAY, will be your last chance' to see  Dustin ; Hoffman,' Chief   Dan   George  ~an,a Faye~DxrmTway  in ''Ltt^^BigHytaTrr^  a; rambunctious talc of the nevoid west  ,as told by an old man in terms'bf comedy,.'  lust,   savagery  and  just  pure   ludicrous-'  ness?    '7    . : ,i ".'��� ���.  "Starting   Saturday,    "Eyel", Knievel",  . starring  George   Hamiltorf in  a  colorful  wiil-  9epiCtTon~t>TTMrT^  .exploits of the greatest motorcycle stunt-  "jriin?r-ev#r~ JUvel "KnieveL Some 6F~TheT  iootage. in. this action, movie includes  spectacular jumps at San Francisco Cow  -Et^PHTNSTO  host-a senior boys basketball tournament, thissweekend. ;On Friday evening at  7 p.m. St. Patrick's will play Argyle and  this" game will be followed at 8:15 p.nV.  when Ephinstone- meets Cariboo Hill.  )ri Sat^^ay^t^t^-rri- j^J.'^" j��sin^  t ea rnFw^pWsfn^^^E^^^a��^^1^  lianch 80 party  occasion  15  Very" exciting. Final game will be at 2f:  when the winning teams will play for the  BRANCH   80   Senior   Citizens; held   the  first'  Christmas   Party   since   its   in-  aQguralion;-,last'.sum-"?rv in, the Madeira  Park Legion Hall December 20th.  The hall was decorated for the festive  ���.,^.   ,,L ^occa^on and fine food'succeeded in putr  ���is Lisudny-    uhg   everyone   in7��appy - spirits.   Music.  T  trophy.  ElphinstonO---senior   boys   have 'been  Palace; Houston Asthodome and Caesar's,. piayLng vei-y well and "the games shouldV  be really challenging as ,the home team"  Palace  in Las Vegas.  Then comes "the abominable Dr. Phi  bes". . . Vincent Price, in his most blood-  fights to keep the trophy oh home ground.  v^v_a_7j2ffi��i_led__b^Jyh3^  the   piano   and   members, joined   in   the  "singing of Christmas carols. "   " ���..  .Greetings   were   conveyed*  from -the  Sechelt Club by Mrs. MadgeJHanson who  , was   responsible   for   installation   of  the  first executive of the Branch 80 group".  cmt?etosnrWT*w^ roll tpVdate7 as" & --disiigured-"and--^  - under -a .separate:. ..section of the. .Income  Tax Act and are considered.;under the  term "Listed personal property" and this  type, of  personal  property  is? subject  to  capital loss.    *.  q:.How Do I Handle a Capital Loss?  ��� A. A capital-loss can be deducted from  any capital gains that you have made  in a taxable, year. If your capital losses  exceed your capital gains you can deduct  up to $1,000 from your regular taxable  income "and any amount .exceeding this  $1,000 can be carried forward to the next  year and be deducted in the same" way  as if these losses were made during that  year.  . .''".'�� '  ��� . Q.   What   Records   Will   I   Have   to  Keep?' ������.'������'.-  A.-Firstly,   you  will  have  to  keep  a  demented .-doctor who disposes of�� his  victims withartistic gusto using the ten  curses which befell _Pharoah in tjhe Old  Tesiament, including the curse of. bats,'  f'io"gs, blood, hail; beasts, locusts; first  born and darkness. "People love to see  a man enjoy his work,' .Price observes.  Sharing cast honors with- Vincent Price  in this, nightmare are. Joseph Cotton,  ���Hugh Griffith and, believe it or not, Terry Thomas.  0 .     . . ���    ;        ,  Buy licences early to  save lime and  i'i'..iA,.iiO_,U.' '.'..IJL. *  White   Christmas .  Not  too -common  on -the- Sunshme-T^ou^ds^iaclammw^  toast   Christmas Eve-snowfall dec-,   mas. card" scenes of serenity were  orated  the  trees    in   nature's   Own    to be found everywhere and this one  inimitable way and muted ttre harsh    was taken at* Half moon Bay.  Good turn-out'-. . '  Branch 38 J0APO_Gibsons  ^rnira  record of the "p^cT^e^ice_of_aTijr1tem~  that would, at a later stage, be saleable.  Also, youwiil have to keep a record of  what it has cost you to buy  it. A good  example  is  legal  fees  and   commissions,  such as brokerage fees on security  pYir-  "cHase^TThis" rnust~be~ addBtr-to-your-:eost~  of buying.  The same applies when selling/.all these extra costs rhusf be-taken-  off of the sale price. From the difference  between* the two figures it can then be  accurately   calculated   as   to   what   your  /Jain or loss may be. 'These records must  be kept for as long as you have the item  concerned.  It is  also, advisable  to  keep  every year the up-dated value of any pf  these, items,  Q. The Government Has Announced  That Valuation Day Was December; 31st,  BRITISH   Columbia's" motor-vehicle   lic-  L-^_ences JLqtJST^ jvill_go _om^e_aj^_02_  issuing   offices   across   the   province   on  January .3, 1972,  Clos"e''to*.1% million renewal applications for 1972 motor-vehicle and trailer  licences- have been prepared by the Motor-  Vehicle Branch and mailed to owners of  passenger and commercial vehicles, rao-  tor-cycles  and  trailers.     '�� ��� ���'--'  Motor-vehicle owners" are urged to'  retain^ttiese "applications and have them  filled out when presenting them for renewal of licences. In doing this motorists  ��� can save time and trouble for themselves  at the issuing wickets-K  . Licence fees remain the same as 1971  and owners of private passenger vehicles  will receive two yellow reflective decals ���  with  green lettering.'"' These  will be at-  tacnea to  Tfie"  DESPITE inclenientxyvealher, some 76  : members���smd~i��rests' . of Branch 38  OAPO Gibsons enjoyed an excellent  'Christmas, dinner- and, party at the Gib-~  sons Legion Hall, in December.  T-oastmasler Mr. Bill Haley said Grace  and .proposed a toast' to the QueOn and  to absent members. A^ delicious turkey  dinner followed,, prepared and served by  the Auxiliary lo Branch 109 Royal Canadian Legion. The Ladies Auxiliary was  given a standing vote of. thanks for its  endeavors-~a��d- the - niany���tJipurs. orjvwk  devoted to making j,he event such a  success.,  Those  unable'to  attend,  through  ill-  Thanks  were' also  extended  to: 'Ken  Crosby   for his-grft  of  wine,  Mr,. John  Harvey  for  his   gift  of   pojnsettas,  Mrs.  -Jermy���-Spiers   the  group'^-���w^reshnaent  SUNSHINE  COAST REGIONAL DISTRICT      7  ^  V     BY-LAW No. '42:.:,������:-���"  A By-law to amend By-law No. 6, the Sunshine Coast Regional District  Building By-law  1967.  The Board of the'Sunshine Coast Regional  District in open  meeting  assembled enacts as follows:   '���'_'. * ���  .'--,.:  1. CITATION:   This- By-law  may  be  sited  as  the   "Sunshine  Coast  Regional District Building By-lqw Amendment By-law No. 61, 1971".  2. PERMIT FEES: Section 5.3 of By-law No. 6 is deleted and a new,  section 5.3 substituted: : .  "5.3 The schedule of fee's-to be charged for the .issuance of a permit  J-_jundeLthjs By-law shall be as follows:    _____        bJ> --.  (a)  Single Family   Residences'and associated out-buildings or  addi'tiens:.'- - y".'  First 0 to $15,0*00���$3.00 per thousand pr'fraction thereof;  Following $15,001 to $30,000���$ 1.50 pe^thousand or.fraction  thereefy -���-'- .----  $ 75/per thipusand or fraction  ���Wlsr^^  current ; licence "plate" n'ow-  1971. What Do-I Have To Do OnJTalua-    iause. The 1572 validating decals extend  tio'n Day? .     ..      " " the use of licence plates another year in  A. On that day you v/iljViave^tcMvaKae-   tee-^ov-inc^ai-GevernmerH^^rogr-amme--  -convenor andMr. Jack Morris as Santa.  Cards of good "wishes were sent to Mr.'  Stan Spiers, a patient-in St. Mary's Hos-'  pital and to Mrs. Lillian Swanson, a  patient in Lions Gate Hospital.  Ladies' door prize,; a large box of  chocolates, was won by'Mrs. Telford and  the men's prize, a bottle of \frine, won  _by_  Mrs.   Michael    Delenko. _^ J^oinsOttias  ^������Y3'TI*-rJ"frr'.^1SISI*V^V'i  ?*rrf*��.f*fg.  were won. By Mrs. "Btta^Sii^^i-OFn^-Mr-ST  Hilda Lee and Mrs. L. Maskell. Lucky  Winner of,Uie oil painting "Spring" was  Mrs.  Sally  Dobell.     ~    ���  ' -  on   tnc,  scene   to   ap-,  PHESIDENTS.MESSAGE^  propriate  taped, music   provided  by   Mr.  Ken Crosby.  Carol  singers  were  accompanied   by  Mrs.   Nicholson  at   the  piano  and", witlTn.lTe^aid"^of~fTjm,^clv,esr-tray^--of���  ness or adverse weather conditions, were  missed .by their friends and associates,  Santa   arrived   on   the,  scene   to  tinned fish, fruit and .Christmas delicacies  ' wei'e distributed  to all.  Further eritertainmeiit was provided  when' Mi'. Jack Morris challenged Mrs.  Gwen .Crosby to a carpet'bowling contest, This was won by Mrs. Crosby. Carpet howling was introduced by' Mrs, Ted  iliimc Who was given a-vote of thanks for  hur .activities. It was reported' that-tho  .sport has proved-so .successful that' three  bowling felts ��i'�� now In vise.  At th'ts time"my very capable executive unci the entire group of Branch 38  OAPO takes the opportunity to thank  all orgamzations. and individuals who  have co-operated Tin ".making Tlie v past"  year so pleasant for us all. Tii'e'ir consideration has been beyond belief.   ,  A very special thanks to the Legion  ladies. who< sparqd no effort-.in:supplying-  us tho nicest Cliristmas party one eiju'ld'  imagine. This was with co-operation;, of  Super-Vahi aiid many others.  So,, wc,,,,say, to  all,   a  Verry'moj:i^,  Cliristmas  and  a  prosperous' Now 'Ytia'r7  Thank you all _���sincerely; ���'     r *^^  all your assets of- the types previously  mentioned.- On items that are publicly  traded, the value will be fixed^as of the  market: price of that day. Other items  you will have to attach an -evaluation to  and ^ most cases, your gain or loss will  ���be calculated from that day.  < Q. How Do I Report This Valuation?  A.   You, do  not  have   to   report this  valuation to the Government. It is a rec-  -^ord that' you must keep yourself-and-the  ' Government, in mosr cases, we areu-givep-  to understand, will accept an apprpximate  valuation'of most articles. If the article,  ^low^y-erlk^^  wise. to obtain the ser\Sices of a. prOies-  s'ional evaluator. It is vital, that, you do  eslahlj^ a value for saleable possessions  on this day.  Q. What Happens If I Paid More fyr  ���Tin���Item Than Itv-Isi-Wyrlh_un Valuation  Day? ' - .", ..  , A. The Government 'has made special  provisions for cases such as these. The  taxpayer will have a choice oftwo men  of multi-year passenger car plates/ The  last complete issue of this new type  plate was  1970'.  The 1971 licences will expsre on February 29th 1972, and there will be no  .oxtention of -the licence period. -Owners  are again urged to . obtain their licences  early to avoid long line-ups which inevitably occur during the last days of  February.  Bat. Logue  -~--~Sa43ta~pr^ved^4o-^e_J!i(Ir_  who  added  "considerably" to   the  festive  event which was thoroughly enjoyed by  all. ��� ,���"'���������      -     :>      .  Remainder Over $30,000-  thereof.  ������������;/ . ��� .  (b) All other Structures: ;>'      ���' ":���7���     "  First 0 to $15,000���$5-^)0 per thousands or fraction thereof;  Following $15,001 Jtfl^O^OO���$2.50 per thousand or fraction  . thereof;  Remainder oyer $3.0,000���$1.25 per thousand or fraction  thereof. ./ ���[..���>  (c) Movitjgor removal of builJing $10.00 per ���building which* fee-  iTpe"additiondl"T6 any fees fat building pen nit which moy-be���  'required. ������".-.        -.    ...'...-.  The mimmum~char��e-i:oraTry~^ issueg^ondertherpntJvtsion:  By-law shall be $10.00. c  READ A FIRST'.time this 16th day of December/797!r"  READ A SECOND.time this 16th day of December, -]97Y..        ^  READ A ThJIRD time this 16th day of December, 1971.  ^ <.'���'"���'  Take notice that the above is.o copy of a 5y-law which will be reconsidered prior to adoption by the Regional Board: January 27, 1972.  'Charles J. Gooffiij��r  SECRETARY-TREASURER  Rnnrw��hfrtnnwnnwihnni^^  -OF"  L..i��-��<u��>��teJ^^^��k,'iH:",''if(����''^iwA*��i  ,XL���  HOWE SOUND 5-10-15 STORE  1589 Marine PK - Gibson?  Phone 88619852  "CHRISTIVIAS EVE tIRAW  T.V.���  Mr:  19"   PORTABLE  /fejri  Verhuflt,  Granthams Landing  ..  tliqds. He coUl'd either use the "cost of the  item   in ��� calculating .'his   gains,   or . the  , Valuation Day value. Howeyqr, in using  the first method, which in 'the cost of the !  ���."'- item,* the difference 'between- the cost of ���  the  item  and  the Valuation  Day  valu,e  will be'"a tax free nunc". One important  '''point lb;''Keep''''in mirid' Jsthat you do not  liavo to make up your mind to use either  method -until the end of 1972, but once  you have chosen one or the 'other Method  everything you soil must be classified  ' under this method. In'many cases it will  bo very difficult, for tho ayci-agc Individual to moke this decision, t would sugi  seek professional,advico. 0  Canadian oil    .'...  output hike  still distant?  THE U.S. heeds Canada's oil  and 'gas, the theory goes, -because it is running out o| its  pwn and Canada's geographic'  proximity makes it an obvious  place to obtain new reserves,  ;' But, liWh'o. opinion "of some-  of Canada's leading oil ox- ���  ports, putting theory intorprac-  lice is still years,away,  ���A paiiel meeting recently to  U'^FLY PLAWE-  Mrs,  Evelyn McKay, Gibsons  WALKING doll���  MrsT "Ari'ri"r Fitchett,  Gibsons  h<��;  Up^ 1  ALL CARDS AND CHRISTMAS  '"���" DiC^ORXf IONS j�� PRICE  4d.  dfScuss Canada's oil situation  at thg fh'sl annual Canadian  Institutional Investor .Conference,    representing    a    broad  ^..HRPclr.urrj)fctol!.^l,.hQ���lndpM'S'i��7����oR7^��  . peayed to agree that delivering  A, The Federal'Government has (lo<!    iRV nw^ m mV< ,     '  ���-elded, to gol7nit of tho Estate/Tux field,       SoUlns tho tone of t,ho cli^-  ���-���liiMtq(id-t-li��y���-wlll-bo-.-lQvyiii^~n..~C(i|7ltal.~.i*n3  ��nljln Tux (Mi tlpuil). When an Incllvldual    l^jwvld   0,   Waldron,  prcflldojit  ���dlosV'tho Fotlonil Guvornmoht will uulo-  1111/Uouyy   iismimo-���Mhat  ovoiythlng    ho  uwiih")h^I)o(mi Mold to IiIh honoflolurkiH at  tho mo'njanl. of his death and any galiiH  rinujn' hkcMh.o<lH '"hh���".proviouBly" ouniiicd.'" If,  ��� .howovoi',   tho 'tofal ���������ctjj.iUq Is  fcft. to- Ilia  apouso?<Uh.oro will .bo no aHHOHsmoiU''nt  ,11ml \\rno, but tlip<, hrouh.q" will bo doom?,  od to hnvo rocoivod' iU'nt tlTtT'eoat nncl/  or Valuation Day vnluo thai, tho docouHod  , 1u\h j'oc^i'dpd. Ql�� ,U��g fomn||ilu��> HppunQ>  doiah,\l'ull   tux ��� will 'haver to  bo* paid  buried '011 tho oi'ljdntd purchaso prlco and/  S  of'" tho I.nlpi'prpvl'nclftl''".PIi'Jq  Hnci��Coini)an,y,Ayhlc,li oiJoraton  11, lliio from Edmonton', Alia,;  lo tho American MIcIwohI.  ' MTrnclul5|.|pn,' must' ComR-^ror  a whllo at lonHt���from cow von-  llonal arcan," ho nalcl, noting  llial, atllficovory 'of major pro-  jWrtlons lUdhfJ, flho, 'Ciinadian  frontlor hftH yot 1,6 bo m��do'.  ����^r*4��j��wtaWi'M  theireffe  Amtmtm  mmtifdmi\imiM*mmimmmi,>^mi  ���mJ.  ^WS^^9^^Ti����treltV^l!lBJT~(MWMljl #W��I  ,��,,!>  HOME HANDYMAN Wcillpaper TIPS  WY0REN SALES  (1971) LTD,*  1 t  YoV bapco paint  DEALER Tn GIDSONS  On th9 VyharfT, BB6.93P3  Qudllly Housoond Marino  ^-^^wL-^olnt^JEli;,^-  iwwwUwin(ftw>nnirwwvnnn<wwMw����i|r<nnnt  GGCOUR GAN-WARN-UP-YOUR WINTER!  Part 1       ���'    " ,   7'i ''"  '"  Paint J*s tho dria moocl-sottur which (jan bo cjhqng'od;'bQslly  qncl quickly with thosoqaon, 'For,lns|Qnco��~-,|hQ Icy hluos ,or  ���gfoon&.uscd 16 cpnvoy coplncs^tturlriQ summars hcqt should  bo, replaced)fw|1h,d(?cpor.tOnoa���porhaps In Jjno rod or, qoW  spectra���to produce qn opposite offacl, \    '   .       ,      '  ���' tt *ni '' ^.7.^,(1.���',. ��� ''"' '\nia:v ,7-l!mtr-) '.t. LM. j.,,,,'',.,_._,'',,_ .-^ - '..' .7".. 7,1'"...!.!... ..7.77 i.'".'", / .''." 7' 7  '"'I)" '''* ''"' ''' '""'' ',''1' ���   "  Don't.ba' fdoTcdT7it?rcTy9^ willTtaifloT^  j>��nnj��/vwvwvy��vv��yuvvvMvwww����^w  TWIN. CREEK:  BUILDING  ���   ,  Ypun. n  ,   .  Glldclan PalnU  ,w. .,. Dcalor.. ,  hWW  i*r '  K  (,<>  ���rf I, l\ i,' i  Morgan's  >*^*��^lMWlW��!!i��**P����  G.W.G. Work Clothot  ,7 I      t      ill     Li f     ^  ���<    ll|    ^      r i  ^-   i, j..  '   i, tr* . .i    " _���  , l-i-t '.lOtif,   ,,,  y'1 ^ork^Gloycf'   ���'  StCHtU,fX.  !���:��� n'V i,  It can' play tricks on you, Those colors classified as.,''dark"  and/or "warm"--doop for6ut yi coii, royal t>ldo'of' piilplc-r-  dbtiorbUalit. If used tcKM^loiifilvoly on walla, Ihoy lo^'d lo \>o  "d^rt^trT0*wrKi*;i��'t,^c4����ll^  Iqws and^yollow'-orcons, Although Ihoy can minimize tha sUo(  ���ptMhfl raom'lt:pVef1Msocl)Mhoso"ior)OS' usually.cqnvoy.ti,.fooling.  ' of ^0^^'and arc';emotionally stlmalatlrigr ? ���".,���''', <ycy<.  ���l\ M I    '      l,ll*<lll, ,'��  Part 2 noit^fCQH,  ' .in,i;,n;   Tw9���.Loc��Honaii���  to ��orya      ,  you,  Sunshine Coait  GIBSONS'  886-22!?L  085-2288  ^^i^^m^m^mm^^^m^  ��/��������  T  A;��power plant  termed threat  TIIK i U.S,   Alomlo     Knotty  CpmmlHHlon    donIo��   oIuIiiih  f" Utat h i\ualoiu* pbwor-��t{ohori^I.-  ln/f pliml noar ,,. tho TWohIomi ���  V/Jiito?jlloitHo. 1h rj��,, thrpnL  to,  publlo Hiifo'ty,    '     ,   ,',.'���  Huolv plants ui'o'all rumu'd-  ViI iih, Hal'o, Hiild an AWC'upok.  \j.imnn In Wnal^lnKlo'n, ,liul li<)  "mMudp "Wo'vp" itpuradvd "oilV  'utiindnvdH and -they nn^iu-ho  ijiwlo /jjtfor."  Acoi)ipU\lnl,,i'i,om tho, Pooi  plv'i^ Lobby jw\��.i\ tho l^ibllii  lllllicN   'Coininiwilou    in ,fl����  il'Vlujclsyo  to  halt   tho  opora-r  , tluiirt in t'ho. 3nn Onutro nuu-  lour plant, In opurittlon hIoco,,  _HHl(j�����nd���pv\ni\KcdJ1?y.���f3piHlu..  ��� ni'u ' CnllfprnlH   ^I'ljUfum  Coin"  puny  and SiuvDlojiu CJuu &,  liliYlrio  Coinpuny,,  ,     Hun Oiiofio In iiboul Lit) liillon  (lonili-of Luu AnfjolcK '* tin I ho  ^?owr^i'l^an(^r'ttflrlr"l^'^ll^c(r���,^'  ifforri*������ thtr**^ Wcfllcrn-*"* WhUo,-��*'��������r'  lloiiHo at .Siui Clomouto,       ,.%.���'>  TlAi, complnlAl,   nlRiiod   by.,  ^I'ljplp'fl"Lobby oxecullVo'dlr- ',"  to/Hot: Kd'wln "Aj;, Koupnl ��� .Ir',;', ���/'  mild frequent, cnrOiqiiuken lim '',. ,  tho nfen of tho plant add to  theisnfcty threat poncd^by; tho  plant, -w,~l.     .,      '       ���  ',..  *As' ChEiIrmah of the Workmen's pompensatldn BoardYTefm coh^  corned-about the serious problem of"drings'"and alcohpl and their"  effect on Industry, Both labouf and management ar^e a^waretlia^ the ���  problem, Is growing, but they have little Idea of Its1 extent ^nd even  less'|nf6rmat|on on what to do about It.    i A"  To help find solutlpns to this problemthe Workmen's Compensation ,  Board is sponsoring a special seminar on Drugs:and Alcohol at *  wymm*m��<*!ff*  Vancouver  ������ ^���������������'������"-�����- *.���'�������     January 28 and 29,1972     ,,-T7/7; ,,��,.:7���.: ,..���,..,.,  The conference Is sponsored!'lnco-oporatlonvvlthtTlie,Alcoholism.  FoQrtdatlon of British Qolvmbla &nd The Narcojtio Addition Found?  atlorj of British Gblumbla, - m  '     ':-'     , ;���-���-.-'':.���>'''";;;.:'���' / ,.    '  goading authorities from aorbss Canada'and tho Unltod^tatpa will  address the sessions,';       7 ,��� ��� ,���*,   ������ ;���     -.   .���    ��� ., ���  ' I Ur^^SffipK^W'aWa^ thlsimportant"'  two day sernlnar."  f/  o  .**tiutv* ���HW*M**>t-'>**"i  ,<h.  "f,  CYRIL WHITE, CHAIRMAN  ,   ''1 ,>,  "7 .*. ',.,." '     ' ,  uioRkmehls^  mJi.,Hw.4^Ttn  ���nf*'*******'***  ^*W(*^(w"����lffl0.rt 4t����0W!)tatiM<#%iMlMPt  comipensaTion  BpaRDi?��S- y-  52W llbflthfir atiootfVrtiicouvnr'13, B.C,  folopHol^^rJ2^  ifc^miHvi^MUnfc ���iw-.iL.^jn^^iMit^i��^w-yi>aw>aMwq^.T^  '���ffyglstmtlon ho of $ 18,00 Inchidosull sosalonsplus two tunchpons,..,..  ,k"-'k":' nQglstthiiomrhctolvbil (inor Jmuary io cannot fret guarnritbod, > '��� <��;:,'.  -   ��  ^  *yi't��*��.i \ <>* ^  ��.* -  �����'  M mymfyfippibimtm  mmm  mHjdvunmk'  rr  wfmmpitmmiimm^^  <����� �����Wl**^*ffl!����WW~,��^��l*ft'5^*��i^MT(**B*MlH)nl��  JC*��  .W.i  *F-J*SH***e ��!{**��(*  iWW��*��(t*T����iW(��w����#����t��i��*<MS*Msl<��rt9  '*H Kr te 1^n^i����iJ>(ft'BWWRC'SS iWJiKiftLUJliiitywW^mwia  t**-^V  m/^Mm^^mfm^jf^i IMDEflirR
Letters to ttiekEditor are the opinions' of readers, Ttnd ^not necessarily  those of the'Times.  A
nom-de-phimt? may be Hised for^puhlicaiion,  tint all originals must  be. signed by  the. witter.     ANiNTLH-   coffee   party   of   the   Roberts
« ' '        '      ■  .      ■   k  '       '   .     ' ;■'..-«   .        ■ ■ ,     ..."• -.'   ■ .  .._  7, Creek, Hospital Auxiliary wa^Jg^jlcl in
TeTTnTTlelnamese. .ITfflrtype p^^^a^^S^fenkT.^^^
far ov>er*hacl<wtfs Hitler's rums, for wanton     £reek7 It »wa,    considered   a.  si*
cruelty. vj ,  •• -event with a -good attendance?
k We hung- sorne nazls.  I  think ^wiping Four-raffles  were held   and winners
Appreciated
Eclitoiv The Times? 7*
•Sir: Now that th* year T 071, is clraW-
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in'g to  a  close.  1" would; like  to Vctopvey.    V,ut. whole   villai-es  o/  old  mpn.   women     werp. Mr,   R. le Page  Pratt Road. Gib-
S? Branlls   O I? a   dib^ns'^rncere^   ™d child^ »™W"** wit!^ nytlfing the     ™£ £.' Margaret "smith. Lower "RcM
pi  B|d.nclV.38,,O.AJ.O.,. Gibsons, smceie ?  ^^ did .Wha   ^ ,thi.^ m Brow.     .^^ CiA Mfg Veg^BeemaD^Boi^JjJtfUeAWM&^
thanks "for the cover-age Of °our activities.
^sjor^n^uv^^ruu. <h^vu^, , 0r ■ are. ■ yTTTTTglHiteepert in  U.S.  l.es er:ts Creek ■ Ticket number Wior an ornfe
yoTniavegivenusinyour.mvspaper.We.     lofeveri-tftink?"    ..".'• ■,■-.-■■       . SK   ^-w^nnclaim^;   Holder r-of'
•too,  appreciMe  the  courosy   show uS> . .'    '      _      C.   SHERWOOD'''Si? ticket •olease^ contact Mrs   Newma^-
when we requested the taking of .pictures.-   .'...,.,    ^ " . mis  t\c^ please  conidLi , wirs.  iNtwmdti.,
"With the- Complirhents of the Season       "'-. ' —~ ~ ■ ——    .   -' at 88^-2451
to you -and'your staff *.' . _In 1970/.10. per-cent of Canadians had ,_ n—-,  Qrrinic KnW
(Mrs.   L. "MASKELL,     respiratory   diseases   compared   vyitlr 4.8 . LaiierjtJay  pulljio XlUiU   „
'   „    '' Publicity     per cent1 in 1958. Support the year-round i,ijfr^<i^t\iT turkeV dftmei
.   7-V, efforts of~yotrr kbercalosig-and fespira^ SUCCehi>lMiiUl^cjr  w""?1
Encouraging
7ditoj^_The_ Times*.,,
Sir:. Our Auxiliary wish to thank you- • '       -'..■'
suld your staff for the excellent publicity .. vj^ * I    I ^^
^gve  given, our  efforts   ov^r. .th>. j*^ g jj^g.•   £o/)|fft©ftt
With, the opening of the new wing the
Hospital  Auxiliaries  will   b.evpaying jm*-
tory disease" association  by' giving rmore    effUR£H ^-JPsus; Christ, letter~ Day
—^-^r,^...._,_... r-:,r-—   v/   ■   — --— -   • Sairj^-Ae-ld-a^-^er-y-suGdessful^-tur-kiay--
dinhex~oirJ2ecember 17th at Selma Park'
Hall.
To Christmas Seals.
The 25-pound turkey was 'roasted \o.'r
perfection by Sister Johnson and mem- .
  ... befsland, their guests enjoyed a wonder-
."■'..■'... .    ful Christmas" dirrner^After dinner, "carols
—questions answered    were gung and twef'frlnts sfiowir by- Bro-
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Put  a   little spice  in  ypur life
friends behind us. With best 'Wishes, for
the Festive Season.
of'the: symbol's used ifi The Revelea-
-tion? " ■        •■ .   -
Presiding Elder Roy Holgate  an his
< assistants   Sandra   and   Danny   Johnson
I'M-rc'i  M   T?atnf«;       ' A.  The  Revealer Himself  has   given -u-o,- ,-,^„' ..*.**«.
m } ;Jf■. iSesi^fj     the meaning of several of them, and these gave out the presents which w«£j*der
-—7^7^^^*   'explanation! .form   a   feey   to' much   of the  very  bOautiful. <*****&&*• Jg_
the boofc-John was toM "the seven-can- ei'y°+ne ^ertt home.feeling it/waTg^ to
dlesticks-whicrrttousawestarethe^veh ft together to remember Christ s, birth-
churches," and "the' seveii stars are';the ^  and share^ fellowshxp one with, ah-
F,unrTime
Special thanks
Editor,; The- Time's?> 7
newspaper, we wotrfd like;to thank the    saW a beast wi.h ten hornss, and-was told ^unday School is held .each Sunday
merchants who made such generous don-     tkat those were ten kings-* and  alsP  a     at Selma Park Hall commencing  at 10
ations" towards   the   O.A.P.O.   Christmas     woman' sittirig  „poh many' waters, .and     a^- An aJf welcome Who'desfrtf 'to-(tome
be popples, multitudes,
of tne symbols used in
taken from the pitophets*
..and  froln  them ' the -me:inihg . M  many
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5    Party. X special thank-you to Mr. Keith.    these^areTaid &^<peo^,"^mm&     and  worship and   study   God's -plan  of
■ *.£&    Wright and staff fo* packaging- the gifts.    -ejc   Then many
Youngsters really1 enjoyed the Py-    Zuidettia who works after sch'obl|}f   L-A; to Royal Canadian Legion Branch 109    this book are t
life on Earth.
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jama Party and_Janet:_.Clayton has    the _bakery department. • looks "yerfe   W__q Wq#
fun in the family store helping her    nice in^hejiiaby_dbOj_tfit.L^
father  Mr.  Dick' Clayton;  While Els- "' . .  ;, y&jg. \\ g{r; The  opinion  of JS.  Browning     signsYrWe:-sbali be better fitted to^ read
signs iriay be- ascertained,; and thus:be-
-T01^ng-^c.qiraiTiteid- with~thre7aiphabet' oir^-
\ ,.V-? »v-.,i ..C-. '..-•■>. '=<■'■'■ :-•!..-."rV^feSJ   V\the Times of becember i-5th,4£&-4hat
IIBMMII^HMMMM^^^^i^MHi^MiMIHBMHIMnriHaiH^HaMIMMlriMHlHl J3?i\\     VtVni i  I »J in n * »*<    ■   '+-i +•* i n\n In'JJ1   ■- n 4-'      4-V* f\ \-\j-iTr S\W\
Tpcik;   tfihrfgf"   Tf   w^.
gC'would havp fihisKea^at the bottom can accep-t the" statement of the- be>t
in Both world wars without the Yanks, Bible scholars concerning the date of Uie
is hilbwn unconsidered guess.   ■'• Writing as being about 68 A.D.. instead of
the   date   commonly   pointed   in   many
reference   Bibles   (96  A.D^)   the   task  of
I can well remember when''-the Yanks
reachfd the front line-irt. World War One      riecinhpri.n(r thp o+VanffP statement.; made
because I was there. We Canadians were     deciphering the strange statements made
glad  to  see them—at  last!   The, British
will  be  much   easier. Tlev.   1:3   says   in
j .\.\._    1i:.   u   ..      _. .,  .,   ■,...» „.    part "...for the time is at.hand,5' which
and their allies had carried the load for     ;!,-*;■„«„   tUa  c(i,^ma„t   „r  +i,D  <hv.;«wo
^»fcp™8^">if¥fffi^s^BP-'' ,confirm^.«the.„statement,,of,4he.,Jthings,i^
which, must shortly come to pass." The
nearly trivree years <)f a'four"y^ar=iwSr?
revelation.   Many 'conscientious   students
r—i      — -.--.,      -. 1-—      -—-.      v .        .i-v^iauuu,     many     ^uiio^icxiviijua    muucihq
Bombs, rkihing vdown  pn /a   defenceless     of   the   Bible  believe   that   all   the   pro-
aepplej.at.vj^^ tpe servicempn' . phecies in. the .book.:were: fulfilled Jong- --
in the thiclt of, it. on land/sea and in the     ago!
air. •-.->,
r4 '-
$ 1 ahi not Eriglish born, my , people
came over, from" England, Ireland and
France away back rn tlie middle |i?cteerj
hundreds and settled On what is' now
New Brunswick and Maine, -I mention
this to offset any charge of narroly.ha-
.tinnflrtsm > .,n,;7„,,„;..,„':, ,['. "■, ',".-,',, ,'..,,,
In  considering  "who ( won  tihe. war'V
-^one~just--^annot-iaiWo~men^ti6n^tee!«p
, played by our U.S.S.R.„ally>^T;he,40sses.to
the Soviets, in men, women ra'nd ^children
7&illed,N together with destructiQr^^
* eitie^j .and ^ factories,-Was eft&nipiis.' Over
tweriiy-one   million , pepple^rt;k1|l6(|::-^rid
many more disabled; Yet ■ tftie'yr'b'eat, back ' ■
the ha?i  hordes - across! most? o^-'j&urope'    £
|—tirB^rlhrr—'r~l' ; ■.;,.'.r..;:..;.;-:'^ .'*;.;.;,  .'..., i   "
"yjfto won tne^wari ,Th'iit(Js'.<a.hypothetical   questiorwbuti^ would   say   the   ,
allied forces on ouf sideT^all,doing, .their :;•,
bit, Any other summa^pn);ls,-^n;.;e^reise;Vi,;^
in chauvinism,' m—i—.■
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pace, does not allow mtfch-'to be said
j on the -Korean; y/'£ii^h&< ti^^rpyy. is-'
■   still there in pouth ;Kpx,e'a,( f1% thopSa'na
i  oftriem. The'trip ^th'^^
rather a "disaster to^ the tl.g.'-army and
l'     '"- '   ,   '.;.   .;        '':''.'•.■ ^i'V'^-V    fringes to the SoutlvKorean'borders;"leav-"'.
[acDonaW:!take7time OUt^la-mt,   ing./tyehind a goodly, supply,oi-arms. e(tc.,
:.j         ~u*    ...«v.^', i^'ir'. ;U'A      *    <"iiv.o  tridt  r<r.rirt  ioV,'fTiQ<,d^Afck^>i«, i^
nuk iPyjarria1  Party where  'Jan<?'t   camera.
.Merrett,   Betty  McKay,^nd. Barily ...-*,.,.. -,. |-\i.r,.'- m   ,^4'i;^   Hltleir said «':
.'7,   ,   .  ,   ..    ,   7?, ii'!  'W^"^^7^,   ;:•-;:•.   ' . v,.; 7;-A''«'0>^''7    makep it con
.infb'rmlaT
" Trail, Bay   Centre,. Sechelt- relaxed    MacDonaUl ..-,.,,...,
into informality1'for :the popular an-  ,ahd were...caught, unawa're^.by^   ; "The vp Cong,4s^^g|^^;>
_..!, V> '•_.„._,   t-»-Lj...   ...iT„..7.'   -x„l^     ^„„       ■ ' •i'„,i'j^!w'.    Viet jNam?". chirping•:',thel'':;hl^;.;iieJ.:'pt'..the
iW'fik,?'' U.S. laggrpssbr1 ■ and its 'soUtHer-ri;laclcies.- 1
d ''repeating a; lie"-often enough- 'j
come'out, the truth'*,-    > -   '
T^. V'9v ^oke^ll;(thel;,rules,Hof,l,thy;„,:
Commission sdt • ujb by the-Geneva Cpn- ,
. ventl^n, which- had' territorially ^divjdecf
Viet Nairn into-North< and' South at,the
..seventeenth parallel .urjitU „the  elections
could1 bo held fpV' unjfylng^ the country,',
It was seen that the southern part wa's.
""' over .ninety -per-cent irii"fnvPur;,'Pf*uinton;"*r
The U.S. .brought together all the'.'lackeys,.
it codld find to ,^et a, gpyernment In (the '
South' in contravention,.of, the Commllivs',
-, slori. I The . Viptname^e,' people^ rebel'lod
agoinit   this'■ and   the' Vlot.'Cpnij,; w«h'
-t jpnif, ,w«st
The^Vipt qong is n branch of 'tlxo-VloC-,
Mink; wwch, throw tho French'1 PV»t pt:7
-. 'Viet INniAVnnd ,riro->rQntlro1iy,;fTotn, tho'-'
SouthWn'Wt.      ,7 <,','' ' '*!''<*        ')
Hpw con a 1 native pedple be'' accused
of boing  tho 'aggrpssors  in' their, own''
i land?, T, hnt might .bo easy .when ono» Us-' •
,tens tjo the bigliol ,• ,p.,     '    ,W   v.   ,
Mean\vh>lerkhuhdre"ds7Pf '/thousands >of;
wU.Qr„;troopa»,ird*fl0htina,7tho,,Vlot».Cong
■' and' the  peopw of' the' ePuthow part,
„bombi(ng, 'burnjnfl, p^oglo, 1,0 r'p p h ' npd
' housca,   Murdering    men. / women /   and
■ children 'wholesale." Whnw'R'^Vo'b'tiRl"
ness for tho greiitiU;&Ai uAv^--r-n--
•' 'My heart goes'out to thoMong duty
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M\\L ', P   ' V**^- ��   ft  V  '  ' v       7s  Sechelt News Notes  .   Page 8 n  The Peninsula Times  -       ' Wednesday, Janfty5, 1972  ��� ,"7~.'''.'      A   ~7, ,'77"-     <*������������-���.���       ^ ���by Pe,ggy Connoi;'^toT" infcHTOation ' on-:-w4ii  '���*'���       ���"'. _ '    '. N      ,������;''   i      ,pla<:e is to ibe  HKOUD   grandparents  are  Mr.   and   Mrs.   , do^ Gus had been  killed-by a-truck e's-   Kteuben  StroshcitS   of   Wilson "   Credk. '   i^cia-lly as. Gus had- been a great frieijd  then; Tirst  grandchild as  a   gi.rj  born. ttf . - oi .X<unie,s   family   when  tliey   came   Xxr   Mr    .-irlrl ������ Mi'Ls'svJLQo^^MiQlke^..u��^.Sui:4;fiy^^v.tsitr   - -  ��� ...--..-���*...- ���-������- ,���-���  Dot1. -2Qth....M;-S.  jMeilke (Myona)   the eld-    ^     Another   teacher  who   taught   in   the  .est daughter of the Slrosheins.        ��� *:   Sechelt area Mrs7'Margaret Slater spend  Mrs. Norman Cook of Vancouvej-'speiiL     the   holiday   season' with   Mrs.   Galliford  a   few   days   with   her   sister-in-law   Mrs..   x of Roberts Creek. Mrs. Slater is planning  �� Ada Dawe over the holidays.    . ��� ..- on   returning   to   the   Peninsula <sto   live,  "--T^XfcrtrTnitrr^^ -trrTtTe^eHrrtfcriOT���ter-^ends-^l+-4^&^ ���  ���^i-fflwt-Gorp,-^a-iiohcd at Kkgstew���On��� Miss Arl.ee Johnson was here from  lario, was headed home for Christmas 7 Ottawa4 where she is 'with the Depait-  whcn.thc bus he was travelling in was -n?enl ot -Agriculture. .She-stayed" with the  .stranded outside Golden. A very frustrat- ��� Cunninghams at Halfmoon .Bay.  ing. -experience to sit in a bus going- .. '..- The,Ben Langs spent Christmas 'in.  nowhere while the rest of the family Vancouver with their, daughter Heather;  are eating. Christmas dinner! Paul arrived The first Sechelt  Brownie L.A, meet-  r-in Sechelt Boxing night to.-spend a few'   mS ��.f 1972 will be held Jan: 5th, Wedn-,  days with his .parents Mi-, and Mrs. John     psday at t-hr. linnie nf Mra  Dianne Young  alheT^ngeting  Toyabee and brother Mike. He "will'saend   ������New-nie'mbers'ai-te  especially invited  tp-  . _  ��� ..     ..._..-_     come aridjoin with the group.^Find out  a few days in' Victoria and iptiirn to Se  chelt befoxcjeJAirjiirig_to_base^ " lhe flans for your daughter in Brownie's  , Mr. and Mrs. Bill and Alice Billin^y^Tsncr-eurcl^-3rid-^eli>---make--these plans  arc happy to be in their new home on * Woik oul- Phone Mr?- Harriet Newton  Mason 'Road in West Sechelt.  ��  Mrs.   Doris   Housely   Is   resting   com  FRBDAYS, 8:00 p.m.  .INDIAN  HALL  Jackpot $300  fts^fd GO    ^  JtlDOOR  PRIZE  ���  y��n��iwtnn��wMWWMwuywvvww-j*��v����nnjw��uwMwvtrvr��w��wv^��v'  w��# JUBDIVISION  WATERFRONT AND VIEW LOTS  ONtY 11 LOTS LEFT  HURRY! WHILE THEY LAST.  BOAT HARBOUR - ACCESS TO WATER  ,   TERMS AVAILABLE  CALL  OSBORN LOGGING CO. LTD.  v 885-9767 - Box 189, Sechelt  forlably. in   the   Centennial  Pavilliqn,   of  the  Vancouver    General Hospital    alter  :' surgery last week. . ������--.-  '   A 'family gathering at ,Jhe Jack Red-  (. man's brought up Jack's brother' and his  wife.Mr.   and   Mrs.   Ron .Redman   from  Cloverdale   also   their  son   Donald. from  7 Vancouver. >"*  Mrs, DickTBranca was pleasantly. sur-*'  - "prised last week when 15 of her relatives,  the    Armstrongs �� arrived    unexpectedly  '"���"'��� from- SOTS^e?f7n*H^^  Sechelt,   with   Norma;   Dick*  and  ,J6hn.  Mr. Lou Cousins joined, some friends  in   the   interior  for.a. last  hunting   trip  ThifitaBve' days   to-  Christmas   atld    of the year into Wells'.Gray Park. They  on Christmas Eve the odds of win-    saw lots ��* ,sn6w> like 5 feet or, ���� and  lung a M.QTM -2Kmm=t^^  ~T"^"T j a   <�����   oc   +��   i   ~���a     ar>d too hard to get to and get out again.  have been dropped to 35 to 1 and.   True hunters thaet -they are%njoyed6the  ��� at I rail Bay. Centre in Sechelt, Mr.    lrip anyway. Mh Cousins arrived home  Keith   Duffy   shakes   up   the   tickets     jn  time  to  see  the  New Year   in   with  7.for Mrs. .-FJome CMyton to dfaw-the--.his- wife^-and--his-oeusin-Mr-,. and-Mr-s^  Suspense  WHEN IT COMES  A  lucky one which belonged to -eighty- Cansdale who.were up from Vancouver.  one   year  old  Mrs.   Edith   Wells   of Mr.   Pat   Mulligan ��� flew  to   Calgary,  -Madeira Park. One- ticket-was drawn then drove to Swift Current to spend  each  day and the  winner's  names Christmas-with his-children while Merle  posted   On.  the   list   which   included ��Pent Christmas with hers at Richir^nd.  y            c    ���,  c     ^  tt<��.~,���+ Both  back  in  time  to  spend  New  Year  names from Surrey to Egmont. jn Sechelt  ���      ��� . .,.; .���_:-..,.-... .7... ,, '.   ...',  Visitor,.to  Mrs.  Alice  French, was   a.  A'fier    Confederation,    uniform    rates former  teacher  of  this  area,  Mr,  Lome  were set for the prepaid mailing!' of let- Bowering,   who   is   now   director   of  the  ters.  To discourage the old habit of just Y.M.C.A. at Elphinstone where big plans  posting a letter and leaving ,the recipient are underway to make this camp an all  to pay the postman, an extra-charge was -year rounds operation; Mr. Bpwering was  prescribed.              ... most distressed to hear that Mrs. French's  =KEhr��eVRIfS^  FLOORCOVERINGS LTD.  1659 Sunshine Coast* Highway at Wyngaert Road, Gibsons     ... ;_;,,^JhoMj586^  ^7^���^.,, ...jT.  * CARPETS    * TILES    ��� LINOLEUMS  HOURS: - \  Closed Monday, Open 9 a.m. - 6 p.m. ��� Friday Night Til 9 p.m.  rWJMWMMWMWJrjrWJm  WMWMMMmWMMjMt  ...-_���-��J:,..       ������,. ��� j. ��� 11.'. > p     11    1) 1 ��� 1 ���: -r���- f rv,Trir^fittr*.*.f. ^>***jCr*rr^T"  FTDINNE  -MACARONI���~  & CHEESE, 7Va ox.  kTTV"'!"#r*,T^r*  Tf^ift^lEi!ra"IMSSWWWIHi*flft��'W^ I  fea^S^:t*fttf.( ^J��^h.^j{  KRAFT  KRAFT7SAIAP DRCSSINGr  i��'ox. a...: ..,:���.���: ~^  SfctcCI:J PpQ-' ..���kifAi:Ti'-;.:.-'::-' ������;���:; -;-���::x~5In^;C:  L OMmW ULO 2 it. 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