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The Peninsula Times Nov 17, 1971

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 ���**.  *��.-*  * <,  Pratt Hoad residents ./.��� ���       ,'���  of moo  PJl&TT Road resfdents voted overwhelm  ~'~mgly against expansion of Gibsons Vilr  lage boundaries to include their area, in  a secret ballot conducted by West Gibsons  Heights Ratepayers, last week.  Meeting on Thursday November lHh  In lhe home oi Mr. and Mrs, Le Page, a  count of ballots revealed 32 against and  IU lpi'_.amalgamation with the village,  this wah a reveisal ol opinion last summer wlien lesulentb petitioned for -in-i  elusion in the village.  A icconl lias been kept of people  -who voted ynd although a .lew ballots  had not been returned, there weie' not  enough to affect the final result.- -.',-���  ^ Pratt Hoad area will now remain in  Electoral Area JE of the' Sunshine Coast.  Regional District.  Director Frank West suggested that  ''as Ule majority of residents does npt see  iiny burning need to change the status"  Area E should now gQ ahead and forpi  an advisory planning committee to assist  in reviewing applications for land leases,,  etc.       "  PLANNING COMMITTEE  Tliere were approximately seventeen  ratepayers present at the meeting and  approval was given to director Franli  West's ���mutton, that the West Gibsons  Heights J^atepayers executive be appointed to function as an advisory planning  committee. . *  Mr. West explained that advisory planning committees were worlting well at"  Pender Harbour and Halfmoon Bay areas.  He said that electoral area E had not too  much need of one in the past, and he had  when the need arose consulted people  on iin individual basis. The general idea  is that when a question concerning land  of expansion  7' "  .  West Qa*mdian Qr^n'n'c-  Vancauve?- 10, b".  */'  rnJnst,*'i-es  Village of Gibsons. Amalgamation of lhe  Vwp ratepayers group would not be practical but tbe suggestion was made that  West, Gibsons Heights_seek permission  frorn Gibsons Heights to change the  boundaries so that all of eleptoral E is  included in the one^ area,  IfJQHV/AY BY-PASS  ,A strpng piotest against the Gibsons  by-pass route proposed by the Depait-  rtlfenl' of Highways hab been registered by  West Gibsons Heights Ratepayers, in a  double" registered letter sent tg the Highways ^mister about a month ago. The  letter-in expressing opposition, stated that  rlhe-proppsed route would have an adverse  and undesirable:e.ff,ect on-the area. Il also  wanted, to know what steps had beep  taken regarding- a feasibility1* study on  the alternative route parallel to the B.C,  Hydro ijght of way. Norcjply had beep  received. . .''.-'"  Questioned about exchange of information' between���the RegiqjiaJ Board and  Dept. of'Highway's on the mrfttii> director  West said that the only people whp had  had discussion with the' department' was' "  Gibsons Village Council. The Regional  Board had" first been told it could not have  tlie information and when they finally  did get it, .the Board was told-tli^t it  must be kept confidential.  ^a^^^r^  a^  UBGE5T CIR.CUIATION OF ANY PAPER ON THE SOUTHiRN SUHSHIHE COAST.      Volume 8, No. 51 -WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 17, 71  i^fY*,  RdgMraflon H> 1 M2  /rid Class MpU  > ,Labe|  Pages ���  12*  IV  n  i  A  r  h  It-  i  use, forsesliore lease, rezoning etc. is  brought before the Regional District, the  Board consults the area director who in  turn consults the advisory planning committee, if there is no committee the director has to consult the people in the area,  concerned.  Chairman of W."G.H. Ratepayers Mr.  Dick Derby felt that a planning commit-r  tee^would be good, tliere had been an  instance in the building of a greenhouse  on Pratt Road when the Ratepayers did  ��� not know what the problem was and  were unable to help the owner. When  there is a planning committee, the decision wiH be-the-opinion of the people,  not just the elected member, said Mr.  Derby.  Mr. West said tliat a detailed land use  study is being mado in the Regional District,  ONE GROUP  Director West al a previous meeting  had said that lie would like to see one  ratepayers group represent the whole of:  electoral area E. Investigation revealed  tliat the Gibsons Heights Ratepayers  group encompassed property in both electoral aieas E  and  F  and  also  in  the  Survey proves negative,  ior container service  SUliVEY of property owners-in Gibsons  Village to asserlain need for a garbage  container service produced a significantly  negative response According to returns.  u Administrator Dave Johnston told Council last week that he had mailed out almost ninety -circulars. Of sixty replies  Only one had indicated interest in a container service. This was'tlie apartment  block on School Road.;  Mr. Johnston said another businessman had suggested need for a municipal  service on the tax roll. Apart from the  vj-eturne'd circulars, a number ..of letters  had also been received expressing, satisfaction witli the present service carried  out by Mr. Kelly..  ELECTIpN  Council appointed Mrs. J. Mainil as  returning officer for (lie upcoming municipal election. Mr. Johnston stated there-  .are now. 1191 names, on the voters list  ds.compared to 1024 last year. He also  explained that no advance poll will be  held this year due to lack of interest  in the past.  POLLUTION  Request by City of New Westminster"  for support to a resplution protesting the  Moran Dam on the Eraser. River, was filed.  Aid. Gerry dDixon pointed out that the  City is probably the greatest offender in  regards to polluting the Fraser for all  its sewage mns into it.  A ���  ���rmftm mnaft  iMU       IHi  w.^\  I *  I  \  ��  It is a very delighted Indian Affairs  Minister Jean Chretien accepting tlie  gift of ^a -model replica of the Sechelt  Indians forge ahead, . *  Canoe Enthusiast  Indian Band's racing canoe '-Sechelt  Chief" from Trent Joe. Inside the  model are miniature paddles carved  from yellow cedar. The gift was even  more appropriate as Mr. Chretien is  a canoe enthusiast-  tingwelcoit^aid^Misa'gter  ice block openi;  "WE want to make Canada one of tjie.  ' greatest, if not the greatest country in  the world, and at the same time help  people to keep their identity," said Indian  Affairs Minister Jean Chretien speaking  to the Sechell Indian band ahd repre-.  senlalives from inany other bands at Se-r  chelt last week.  The Minister said he had visited many  Indian communities during his three and  one half years in office and JieTiould see  that he was now visiting tlie best Indians  ip the country���a proud -ppopje/'who hgd  \yorked   hard  to  maintain  and  develop,  their .own culture. At the same time  wauling to .participate in the mainstream  of society.  The opening of administrative offices  is a sign of things you want to achieve  and I am in line with. these views and  ���willing to help you achieve your aims,  said Mr. Chretien who added, "It is not  for us to solve problems for ypu".  Provisional .  isiric  shows, minima!  udget  increase  SALARY NEGOTIATIONS  Sechelt Teacher's Association and the  SECHE**T School    District    Provisional  13udgu| approved by trustees last week  ,���     , (       ,. o i     , ,-*��� , , , "a*,1"' ,\'J\ l""7 la only about one and one half per cent  Trustees ol  School Dwl, c   No. W liave 0VJ J     ,07, ,)Uf, -^  reached agreement on all but the salary t> *  and lionus clauses of thoir 1972 contract.  i  ft  They'must therefore go to arbitration for  Hultlouiont. of these (wo clauses.  TWO HOUR PARKING  Council of Gibsons agreed ut lust mooting lo give consklernlion to u request for  ox'cinsion of llio existing ono hour park-  lni| iu Mm lower.shopping .ar<iii lo two  hours, This wllj permit greater freedom  for shoppers,  ACCIDENTS UP  Accidental deaths in llrltisli-Columbia  ���archnn���llm Increase, I'Voni I'JO.in-August���  111-/') Ihoy Jumped lo 'M in II17.I. .l'Vnm  August '00* to'August' I07U accidental  deaths lolullcd HJIII oni\ from August''70  Hi August IllVI* totalled Hod, l<nrgost  number wci'(| ns n result of molnr vehicle  accidents, ���Drownings ciinm second,  The provisional pudge! only gives a  Imitative figure ��nc| ils purpuse is to  limit school board expenditure until the  annual budget is approyed,   ���   -,.,; ���  Figures released in school board mingles givq Ihe l,qtul provisional, budget  as $2,'l(lf)1li<Hl allocated as-follows; Operating" 'costs if* I ,'0(111,(100 non-operating costs  f 111,500, debls services $20(1,41)4, "' '  1 11)71 buclget figures wore: Operating  costs $1,1)0^,405, non-operating ,f(i(J,0(i0,  (juhl |iorv|ces l)ilHB,7fl<i,..ToU��|.$**113|,IB0I.  Provisional budget discusiiion wan hold  in commit loo hul Iho small percentugu  incruiiHo.in Iho budgul cou'ld bo dun. lo  llio fuel Ihal leaching slal'l' juis bcun ru-  cjneed by about five teachers this, suholil  yimr.  Tlm provincial gnvorniiuiut ��� has mil.  rigid ,t!��in(ri"|lh oh oporallng budget ox-  pondituro this yew, when any expenditure  over that "approved by Victoria will 'he  presented to t|iq people -as an opuraling  reJ'erenduni,  In the past,* it |iad only "lieeh necessary to get approval from the- municipalities of Sechelt, and Gibsons, for any over  Expenditure,  -Also complicatingi niallers lliis year  is the fact that tlio provincial government  has 'SGI a i*ei|i|ig of (i,5 p6r cent on shareable salary increases fpr teachers, Any  ^increase over (1,5 per cent will have to  come'out of local laxos onllroly.  Last minute press release from dim  Socholt Teacjhei's' Association slates 'lliiil  nogoiiutions in this district lins gone lo  binding arliilralion for se|t)unu!ii|,  Salip'y migol||i|itii)s appear ��� to, Im  breaking down in uunmroiis school districts, according .In ronorls 'in Ihu Van-  ciiiive'r ilnily papers.. wlmro, It was stilted  Jusl week that only Iwo out of 57 school  districts had no ' far riitil'lnd salary in-  cruases���Vahii'mivcr'a|. l|,|) per cent and  Williams l^nko yt 7,7 por cunt,  HONORED GUEST  Paying his first-visit to Sechelt last  Wednesday,   Hon.   Jean  ' Chretien     was  . hosiecl ip the proud tradition vpf Indian  ^..-a'9-jt-i^, wtlgqjiimg ,.,?_.,.g.^  '"���*        Accompanied Jiy Coast Chilpotin MP  Paul  St.  Pierre,   the  Minister 'of Indian  .Affairs   was   welcomed'  by  'the   Sechell  Residence School Band whose music and  colorful dress brightened the sombre day.  KollTrwing the ceremonial opening of  Um new administrative office building,  more than one hundred and, twenty  guests, .including Indian Chiefs, representatives of local govenijiienf. offices,  school principals and organization representatives enjoyed a. smorgasbord luncheon prepared by the staff of the Sechelt  Indian student  Residence,  Head table-guests incljided Chief Dan  George, the world famous screen and  televisio personality who ,is. l)oyf,.helping  to tutor another young mnn whip is making liis dubui in tulcvlslon, Patrick John  (if the Seciielt Indian Hand who has a  prnmiimnl part in. I I'm Buuchcqmlmrs being filmed in Gibsons,.  Peterson, working in collajjoration with  late Chief Basil Joe. Lisa's copy is now  framed and hung in the new Council  Chamber. Cliief Dan George made the  presentation of a beautifully woven  basket.  Bringing greetings from the Provincial Government was the Hon. Isabel  Dawson whp travelled this year u^ith1  bands participating .in the 1st Native  Children's Tattqo. Next year, ��� Mrs. (Dawson said, arrangements are being ms(^ej^r  777;see  page  A-G  RCMP here are investigating cij-cum-  . stances invqlving the death of a 13.  year old boy found sljorfly before noon  jpst .^Sundiiy after pn all night searqli,.  : Richard Slack of. West Pqrpqise gay; '  left home Saturday .evenipg-lQ cqlteGt'hls"  "newspapers   for   deliyfery.   Aferni     was  raised whep{he had failed to arrive home*  and 'it was learned- h"e had nprdeUvered  his  papers.  ���   Searchprs found the boy's-body in the  bush off the West Porpoise Bay Rpa$ in  the vicinity of th? Hydi*Q n&ht qf w^y*  Sunday. His bike was nearby. -  Locil  police^ up    Iq' (jeadlihe'T'wer^'  fnalritainihg strict silence  but did  Indicate an autopsy is being carried out.  Juveniles apprehendedt  charged.with break-ins '~y.  THREE juveniles were appi*ehendec| by  members -of the Gibsons RCJVIP detachment and were brought before Judge ,���  Charles Mittedsteadt last week tq answer  charges of breali and entry oft properties  in the Gibsons'area. LA*^/  Premises entered two weeks or so  ago included Chess. Enterprises, where  considerable damage was done, Mavshall  Wells store, Kruse Drugs Store, and a  private dwelling. Other offences involved  incidents at Powell River and NanaimP-  The juveniles were aU from Vai)cpU7  ver Island and as a consequence charges  were waived for disposition in Nanaimo* ^,~  Also appearing in Gibsons November  9th, Frederick James Nmkei'sonr bSieyed  of the Egrnqpt.area, entered a _"nqt guila; , _  ty-^pjea'tq a charge of (driving with a"  reading "of over .08% alcohol in his blood..  Breathalizer reading was .14.  Nickerson was charged as a result of  his erratic driving. Pound guilty as  charged he was fined $300 and his'driving  license suspended  fqr 30. days.  Gordon" W..'"'Oliver entered  a  "giiilty  .plea  to  two charges,  driving  whije impaired  and   refusal  to  take  the  breathr_\  al-yzer test. He was fined a total qf $450 ..  and   suspended   from     driving   for   png  morttli. ~^  Lewis E. Higginson of the Sechelt area  also entered a "guilty11 plea to driving  while'-impaired. Breathalyzer showed ��� a  reading of .19. He was checked when seeh  to be driving erratically through ��}echeit.  He was fined $350 and suspended jrom  driving for three mquths-  Secheii . . *  Hon. Jean Chretien cautions  look to other fund sources  PRESENTATION  Mr, Chi'cliun wns ohvlnusly dolightcd  wllh iho -woven biiskut pi-csentod on behalf of llm Soclmli Indian, Rand by prln-  i'chm lionii .loo mid llm nmdiJl i'epiidn of  l|m racing cnni'm "Swholl Chlbf," pretionl-  ot\ hy Trent Jim, A rnnuo (iu)|i|isliiH| hiin-  so|f, Mr. t'hriilmn mild hn wuiild 01m diiy  c|(ml|nngi)  llio Koi'liolls,       ,  Also lionnrcd with 11 gill I'roni llm Sc-  i'IkiII I'tiiid wim Klphlnslonji secondiq'y  student LIhii l'ciiii'li;liil wliq hud rlcllnjiiilocl  a largo scnln inap of llm Hunshlno Coiisl  liliuwing Indlnn placn iiainos, local Ions of  Indian vlllagos unit rock pnintlngrt, 'I'lm  intiii wim drawn 1111 urimniilly'hy llm lionii.  . nf Elpliliuiliiim's English ncpl,'Mr,'Imslcr  WARNING that the Federal Government'  sometimes has to slow down.its rate  of expenditure, Hon. Jean Chretien, Minister" of Indian Affairs suggested that  moqey is available from other soui'C'es for  such tilings as housing development on  .Indian Reserve lands,  Speaking at the official opening of t.|ie  Sechelt Indian Band and Sunshine Coast  Tribal Council administrative office building in Seciielt, last Wednesday, Mr, Chretien said, "You wiint Jo tako over yoUr  own administration hare, and lhat is good,  But don't, wait entirely on'us, wp make  a contribution hut multiply your money'  by trying to get funds from other sources,  such'as Central Mousing and Mnrlgago",'  Scaled at llm t'ouncil table carved with  Indian designs, in llm iinprqssivo now  council chamber, iho Minister of Indian  Affairs conferred v&llh Simhcll Indian  Hand Council and visiting chiefs and'  listened io a hrlol' presented by S. C, Trl-,  hal Cuuimi! Ailinliilslrulor Claruncu Jon,  BUDGET INCREASE  Qimi'lioncd  aliuiii  I'ul-lmi'ks, Mr, Chretien said ho -was not  i:iIiii!iiIIiiimiI   funds    (;|,|  aware of'any lull .lhat It Is'iiot easy to  sut prloritioii, Tlio Indian pcop'lu havo  I hum > u.'ikml to |)<irt|i'l|iii|i) iiii'if Indian Af-  ,1  Claims interference,}��� , .  Council strongly protests  ' I    'I ,, I r^ J, A, ��� ���' "||||  board adtion over by-pass  fairs want' their suggestions,-.."Tins' is  something tliat was not happeiunfi a few  years ago", pointed out Mr. Chretien,  Tlie Indian Affairs budget has more  than, doubled since 18(111 when Mr, Chret-'  ien became minister, Bringing this to the  attention of the Council, Mr. Chretien  said lhat in lflfi'l the budget for Dept,  of Indian Affairs was $10 milliohi it is"  now $200 million,'"It is still pot enough  and we huve lo keep fighting for if ppd  need Imlp froip you, the brief is good",  sajd Mr. Chretien.  NO RIGHT  Presenting instances -where 1 tlm Do-  parinmnuif Ilighvyays has cut through In-  liiairpropeiiy, Aclniinifiirutnr'Clareiiuo ,lqu  sought advice from llm Fcdenii Ministor,  who Haid thai legally spunking the Dept, ,  of Highways has mi right of way without permission from lhe Minister of indlnn Affuirti, Mr, Jon observed, "Indian  Affairs is supposed lo administer llmsu  affairs hut limy disappear and' leave its  will), ihe problem",���  Ihiprosoiiinlivq friini Urn Union of H.C,  Chiefs, Mr, I)ij|bi!|-t Gimrlu from, Musqii-  mnn liiuid said tlmru Is n probloih In  aci|iilring fuiuls fqr adminislration pnr-  pijscs ai)d would llko nn answer ni) w|ieth-  cr-llm concept of urea uilmlnislration' is  jmi'isilili),  Willi a light sijlmdulo to follow, llm  council was unabln lo windiicl I'urllmr  bimlucss, Imi lh<),MliiiH|cr look a mvol  liiU*r*!sl in llm1 primoiidln/ts nnd proiiiiimd  to look Into a numNi' uf iniitiiir*f'hrui|gl��l.  lo his iil'ciiilini,  in tln> numd I'or Ihm lillod  ul  .S��-<*li��H-Ho��j)llii|-'-Aiixll'  Iniy'H Viiiiimil hinoi7{n**l)ni(l, fiuwimui  vjiij l'] j; mo,ml in.duK/JInti  (U'cuUi  (itMlilW'  fveiiliiM  Cnnlbbofln Capora  (l/incuu llm jiinilm wjiU'IumI hy (juh-  |)mi(i Um -iml-on lli�� loft! Ikuimul  \Mi\m Umift; Orv Mofitsrln llio IxidcIj-  combel", und in autliuuuc Iluwullaii  ���Ii'uhh, JVIrH, Uly Dunlop, Many uijukIk  mitvihI Iiv cosiuinft   which ���ilwny'V  n<l<l�� jo mwvo.Hn of'ihl** popuiur iin-  wml ltjiiicl rabijig ��"yuiU,  CilUNCII, ul (|i|ihuiiM iiiiiiiuUilnar nl1 Insl  Icgiihir nmcilng lln o|ipuiiltlo|i Iq Inlcr-  fcrcni'i! hy llm Mcglnna"' IIiiii|iI wllli pliiiis.  loiniiiliili'il ovur lln1 [iiihI Iwo years between the ,llliihwnys l)i)|nirlinaiil and  Council for a highway hypns'i,  Afu-r sliidyliig a number of pi)ni>|l()lu  rnqicM /vii' iho new li,v|)(i,%", Um Highways  Unpl,, lii|{olhoi' wllli 1111 nKpoi Junccd pliui-  imr iii'llng on lielmll uf Hi" village, finally HOlllinl on wlial wn�� considered llm  hesl mule fur all niiicerniid, At laid mcolr  Ing of Ilu> ll<i|deiuil Muui'l, llm Board planner mippnrli'd by illrecler J'tnnli Weill  Miggcsiofl nn aJierimte ruuln, This was  accepted hymiml nl llm illi'oeliirii and a  iiiolioii iiiniln tu ri'i'i'iicr 11 |iriileid lo Hm,  Highway*. bepailiimiiLaiialiiul.  Um  pru��...  s*'iill,y |ii'ii|iuiicil mule,  111 (iirii'lli)" (he Hhi'dion J��,-*l week,  vIIIiiko alileinmii I'xpji'htU'il illiigiisl Ihal  llin Hourd i.lmiild Middciily lulwi II u|iiiu  iiseif ie Iniei'ferc, Aid, Croidiy referring  tn ti r��"|inii*'Tiy''TtTW''tJ!R'hwnyrnrpjTrtmont"*"  mplidnliiH ihu *��#wiihuhm for, ihu pio|H)Mt!i|  loule, said "Tlie Hiiinil i'i��'ii|v'i"il l||lw |el--  ler aboul llm elghU'eulh uf October limn  decided lo ralsu .oJiJccUodh, T)my n��'o no  more in llie hlghwiiy buHlimw then wo are  and personally 1 don'i Hihik limy know  what llm Imll limy aru talkinu ��huuti<'  Mayoi1 Wally I'elermiu agreeil and adil-  ed Ihal council wmil Inlo ||m |iiiilln|-  Ivvo.yeiuH ii(tn wllh profetislouai pliiiniei's  ami |)a|iiirluic||| engineeis "now Ihey urn  mulilcnjy o|i|mi<ln|( ll and, in fuel, trying  In tell Uli bow In I'liu our village," Im  adilci), 1  II \viin |)Viin��!d ��ii|f thai dm"jiro'pnsc"?  Iiiiui was led Uie clielee nl' Ciiiiih'II lull,  llinl of Um Dcparlihc))!, Uuwever, it him  been "approved by Council al'lor studying  the ihallei' wllh opghmerri and planimm,  Aid, Crosby draw atleuUnn In llm  lepurt which had lieon sei)i to Um.iionrii  October 1 it 111 n copy of which has filhMi"1,  been I'lii'iiiviul by Coniuil, l|i||,l;iii)'-;i(i!Hit,il  Ihnl on it gave a i|elai|edM''^|il'inalluii nf  wl|,y-Ih��-riiiile lum-hpi'ii nelmlci^ rnplivi  I'liould lie iiiini!d 'iivi'i' lo llm press fnr  |iub|l��n'il|iinin urdt'r Uiul rc;iii|culs uilghl  li|i|iiei<ia|e ilm idliiulioii,  , 11 wlm almi suggested lhat a lelloi' lio  fiirwiiiileil Hid Iiniini explaining Ihal Um  "���propiifieiT miHr'SirTJiiiliily'nr'liiiurinil'firihii  ������t'UUmH VMIugo dl*Ur|cl m^ Uinttt hmi  liiuii) approved by Cnuiiilll!1 Mayor Peliir-  hpli added ihal perhaps ij^luaid should  iiInu bo Informed the! Inlt.TvuiilInn In village al'l'iiliM Is not a|ip|i,|t,j||��|ci|< liepiirt  from Um Illghways Uiiparlineni will Im  found ekuwlmru in Ihlu Yfooh'n TIiuum,  /uiiiiiiiiuiukiiiiiiiiiiiiiilii'iiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiHiin  Ad-Brleis  point  Ihe way  lo action!  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A,  j [ ����� r^^AVvVvSyi���^T'^e,*''v,li'''<s*f'*'w -  J   J '' '        , *       ' '      ' ' ' , ��� ' r '-  1    ���**  S<*  J"  I  *i^tyy.J\* *W> *^tt-^  I       **     >       **      V      V      **      "*!  \, *"�� ���V-**  '1 'J* **ilfi  * V ���*;?'VVv\  v-W^X-T' i'*<,".:*��yV r��YvN:-��vv'<."v  "I  ^V>" T*v^*V+yfV*'S'*VY"*'*"* "��"**" "  . ' . �����; ,��� J."J  ". - . *,* r-i  !���*  *��  * ���* *i**r f.*f*r*0 0*r r ��-t'l  Try *  *- **- t  00**  r*v r r 0*-*r*r **r ..  4VW*MlW^yvvvW  , -r-  r  Pqge A��2 The Peninsula Time;-   Wednesday, November ^17, 1971 &(?. fyusfees president SQfyg . . .  I  0*000***,  ******  I may be wroa^, but I shall not bt> fo wrong.a, to fall tQuwy what I believe to be right."   ___ . --JuilN ATKINS  Dowlas-G, \VHBErpR, Editor  Vmnttfimi  Elphinstone 8 team basketball tournament  Aa A part of Elphinstone'High mw\'3,   a' double* lcnqclc-.oyt pompetition finishing  ��v��tnHoH  niiiiptif ni-ntrmm.: Mr. Garv   up at 5:00 ^.m. Saturday,   .  PUTTING things mildly, it' 'Onnic as no  ���small surprise to learn tliat in the  minutes of a recent meeting of Jhe  West Gibsons Heights Ratepayers Association, Times editor." Doug* Wheeler  had been named as the "prime instigator" ,  ,iif the Sunshine Coast Regionar Rate-* *"  payers Association. J  Maybe one should feel flattered at  such recognition. Unfortunately, considering the vsource? it is assumed the state*.  ment was born of malice and uttered  with complete disregard Tor any semblance of fact.  The minutes in question were read  out last week "tit ihe" lasl* niggling-of-..the  If West1 seeks, tho instigator of this  organization we would suggest he looks  into his mirror rather than a crystal  ball. Further, this man who appears tQ.  have unlimited time for so many facets  of public lifejtesides' holding down what  Nyeassunie^is a'Tutl-time job,'might consider the follovyjng. questions:  Who was the person who raised such  a fuss when the School Board empire  was disrupted by a new secretaiy^txea-  surer who.sought only to save the taxpayers an ���unnecessary tax load? This  resulted in a further expense tp the taxpayer when su.ich intolerable interference  led to .employment of consultants to  West GibWis"Tleight7'Ra^payW~and ...investigate the, bookkeeping system  of  stated, in effect, that Mr.' Frank West  suggested that tlie prima., instig'ator of  the S.C. Regional Ratepayers is Mr,  "Wheeler who has some private axe to  grind.  West, a mill employee, member of  the Sunshine Coast Regional Board and  various pijier organizations, is not unknown for his exercises in garrulous oratory which luive included the Times and  ils editor from time to time. He can  surely no longer be taken seriously.  We have to accept the minutes as  fact for they were read out quite clearly,  the new secretary-treasurer who, we  might add, was commended by the consultants, '...., ...  Who- was the person who crusaded  loud and long at the attempt by Village  of Gibsons to eliminate pollution by installing a costly $&tf&rr system? Two  years of constant delay cost village taxpayers im additional $200,000.       -���  Who was the Regional Board director who had the astounding gall to openly state that he" Considered, himself a  "Mayor and Council" unto" himself?  This little flight into fantasy was shot  West was present and  neither: he  nor.   down iri a letter from the Department  any of his associates cfireSttoTrecl ^tliem.^   of Municipal Affairs, **  For the benefit of all'who might fall  for such it mischievous attack, wc would  make clear the fact that fromation of the  Regional Ratepayers Association was  brought about* completely unknown to  any member of the Times staff, including the editor, at. that time. Some time  after its establishment, the chairman of  the organization was employed by the  Times as an advertising salesman. Nothing more���-nothing less. His connection  with the Ratepayers in no* way' concerns  this newspaper and furthermore, even  though we supported the organization in  principle in its early days, we have since  criticized some of its actions. We feel  such- a group was badly needed but  consider it to have got off on the wrong  foot lo such an extent that it is presently  quite ineffective.  Then again there was the sorry situa- *  lion whereby two directors took il upon  themselves to employ a plahner at high  cost and unknown to oilier members'of  the Board.  All these items, and many more,  have been published while others have  yet to he bared. One final question, however, why is it that after so long in office  West .suddenly sees the need for an  Advisory Planning Committee for this  area?.. ,  Hon. Dan Campbell quite recently  advised us that any changes on Board*  or Council have to be made at the polls.  That opportunity will shprlly presem*it-:  self and we can but add, if the voting  public is satisfied with what it has, then  fine. If need for change i.s as obvious as  it is to us���the solution is clear.  RC/^CflOQL Trustees Association President Jaek Smodley of Delta says: tho  (i,ii per eept ceiling imposed on leaeh'ers'  salary Incfeases tor this year is a realis-  tic'.loyel, -���, -   .*  ,, *'tfji.;th($light nf present economic cqn,  ditidhs w$ can appreciate the Minlsttj-r's  eohtfentioiffthat 0.5 per cent Js ����|i ;^de7.  gu^te increase for teaehei's' salai'i^r laid  Srpedley. Un fact, ,0,5 per cent Is3h^#-  proximatelpcrease in B.C. average weelb  ly "salarie| and wages for the most r^pprit  1*2 month pedod^  "Most ..''scWoqI boards in "the province  have, in f|u*t, been attempting to negotiate to i-jiil; figure. It must be remembered  however, fhot teacher salary negotiations  are" eairieil out under a ^provincial stature, the Public School At?t, and school  board!* arti compelled by l��w to follow it's  procedures," h�� said. -  ., "In vi$\v of the Minister's announcement, boards must try all the harder to  convince jeaeiers that 6.5 per cent is  n proper level of increase.  "If leathers are not. -prepared lo ac-  , eept this, the dispute i.s referred tp compulsory arbitration, and unlike other employers who bargain with their employ^-  ees, we are compelled to accept the ruling, handed down by the arbitration  board," |he newly-elected a president  pointed out.  ��� "If settlements "in excess of 6.5 per  cent are imposedj on school boards by arbitration Rulings, most school boards  would have to go to their taxpayers with  a referendum| in order to raise funds to  pay tlie teacher salary increase."  Smedley said that the reail tragedy is  that if thi"}. taxpayers are not*pf*epared to  vote flu'Cex'tra money "the education pro-  * grams   in illie  districts  will  have  to  be  cut  back fo'f'-oe the funds for teachers',  . increases.  "School boards have heen dissatisfied  with the salary bargaining procedure for  many years and as" recently as last December we asked the Cabinet to provide  for the provincial bargaining of teachers'  salaries, without success.  "It seerps unfortunate that it is the  .���.Indents who have" to suffer. We believe  ..��s'i]) ;����a3i  thai the goyprhnieiit -shcvuld correct Jts  legislation .to provide for provincial or  i otiional bftrgoiniiig of teachers' salaries  jn avoid this sort,of situation;"  aders Hi  expanded athletic program, Mr. Gftvy  Grey of Elphinstone's P.E. department  has"'arranged ari-qight team, .iunior, bpys-  ���basketball tournament- to be lieitj ill tbo  Elphinstone gymhasiuum bit Pj'jday and  Saturday,  December 3 and 4.  Besides the Elphinstone junior hoys,  seven lower mainland junior boys h?!fJlJ!"*t'  ball teams will be represented, iottludihj"*'  Templeton, Tupper, Carson -Qi'^ijfi,  Cambie, Brooks, Alpha and KonsTt^tph,  TlWliiiirnment will begin at -1:00 p.m.  on i'Ykfa^nd the teams will play lliroijgh  The school' would appreciate strong  public support for this event, both at the  games themselves and in providing-billets Friday night for the se.vent^'-Hoiirna-  mont participants. Anyone aide' to help  in this regard should contact Elphiristone  High  School; . .     ���  .'In January lft��a lhe temperature, fell  io'.eighrdegrees below zero ih the'AIJjerni  Valley anil tho canal was fro?.au 10 miles  from its head. _; J.           Detriment  Editor, The Times,     ' ������-���������'  ^_Sjr-: There is. little, doubt that the  Moraji Dam coitId be as detrimental to  Brvii'li.h Columbia's, environment as is lhe  Assuan Dam to Egypt, Which is proving  to be little short of a disaster. Surely the  day for daiosis pasl, when nuclear power  can be made available with comparative  ease, and probably at less cost, and no  destruction of thousands of acres by  drownings, which is only one of t,h'e  losses entailed in building dams.  E. W. ABRAHAM  !  Mfygjp^  If you can find a path with  i\o obstacles, it probably tlodsn't lead anywhere.  Tbe Homsfdcsd  ...   '"   ���'      -' '-"   :A ���'���    " ���  l^J.  Cafe  MOW  1^^^  ora  %  for  BREAKFAST at  7:06 a.m.  Closing at 8,00 p.m.  THE HOMESTEAD  Wilson Creek ol  ,-zi __4 t , ���  Field Rd;  mgSR  THE CORPORAHciN OF THP VIU ACE OF SECHELT  PVIWIC NOTICE is heiohv given to the Electors of" lhe VIM AGE  MUNICIPAMTY OF SECHELT thMi I wqwlre" <h�� pre-seiice of llie said  Electors.QtUlie MUNICIPAL HAM, SE^HEEI, V.C on MONDAY  fiie 29th day of NTA-TWEI*, 1971, ��t tlie hour of PEN o'clock in the  forenoon, for the purpose of electing persons to represent tliem us follows:  for a Two (2) year TERM  ONE (1) MAYOR-  TWO (2) ALDERMEN  ONE (1) ALDERMAN  for n Two (2) year TERM  for a One (1) year TERM  THE MODE OE NOMINATIONS OF CANDIDATES SHAM, BE AS  FOLLOWS]  Candidates shall he nominated in writing'hy TWO (2) qualified- Electors  of the Municipality. The Nomination paper muy he in the form iirescrih^,  in the ������MUNICIPAL ACT" and shall slate the name, residence and  occupation of (lhe person nn.miuj.ited iu such a manner as to sufficiently  identify such Candidate. ��  The Nomination paper shall he suh^iihed to liy the Candidate.  *  In the event of a POLL being necessary, such POLL will he opened at the  ROYAL CANADIAN LEGION HALL, SECHELT, B.C. no the I lth  day of DECEMBER, l��71, between the hours of 8 A.M. and 8 P.M. of  which every person is -hereby required to take notice and govern himself  accordingly.  Given under my baud at Sechelt, British Columbia, this 10th day of  November, A.D. 1971.  HARVEY P. IIUBBS  Returning "Officer  2233SEE3  E3S2^SSSS2S2S  BBBMSSB  Unil Tlie 66Sm��t 'JSoefety*'  "ALL Parties agree on pension need  for senior citizens "stated a report  on a House of Commons debate. Unfortunately, those overlooked individuals  ���who occasionally occupy seats in the  House, cannot agree on how lo go about  it.  How sad!���indeed our hearts ache  for them as they overtax their mental  processes to near breaking point in order  to devise a means by which old age pittances might be increased.  Naturally, one of the great problems  with which the Trudeau Benevolent Society has lo contend is���how lo placate,  the elderly at mininutl cost yet seek another 50% increase in their own salaries  again  next year1���if  not  before. After  all,  lasl  year,  their ..salaries only rose  by between $18,000 uiul $25,000 wilh .  one third-tux free. Admittedly there are ,  a numlier. of incredible side benefits lo  hoot bul���only one ihlrd lax free? ihis  must  be ipiite beastly, piiriieularly for  those who pay lax on their other sources  Of income.  .Former Vancouver Mayor, Tom Als-  bury, wrifing in a Vancouver newspaper'  Klales: "One uiove toward TnuleauV  "Jusl Sociv'iy" was lo cut pensioner's *\7  cents a nionih uiuf eliniinale llieir 2 per  cenl cost of' living increase."  I.el us nol proa-si loo strongly, aficf  all,  Prime  Minister  Pierre  I'llio'i  Tru-  I'leaii slill has a few comnuihiM countries  to visit and willi liis obvious '^lislilie for  our neighbours in lhe Uniieil Niiiie^'he,,,  lins lo esliiblifili friendships somewhere  in iho world, and where-heller iiiiui wllli  Orotic for whom he shows'close affinity'/  :'���. ��� ( Mr, AlaSbiiry    eoniniOnlf* "The fuel  thai MPs i|ofi'l niean business on pen-,  ��� Hionw I'or the aged is borne out in lhe  , newspaper'ircpoiI whicli says "lhe nu>��,  lion was debuted under House rules Ihnl  permit each piuly lo choose llio discus-  ,   s'ioii  lopic  from   lime  to  lime,   Under  ilicHo rules motions do ,nol come lo a  vole",  ���w^,^iOiM'--^overi��m��niHr��a'iv|lrprovlncl��lr  I'cdcrill have jvupoiulc'ij   iiuicMy Ihelr  own needs, All haye voied ihcinselves  liauilsoine Indeinnllles and pension plans  whicli are oui of ihis yvorlil. J'niployees  in prlvnle business eoiilrilmle u woiKlug  lll'clinie for iiiucli less,  ''Deniocriilie goveiniiieiil will survive  only If il responds lo, and iiieels lhe  ficodH of (lie people       ���"''"  "Obvlinisly, ine ilnie lias come io  throw out these rascals. One can only  say, with apologies to Marx, "Senior  Citizens of Canada unite���you have  nothing to lose Imr your chains-���of poverty. ** -   V  - ,  "The dispossessed of Canada��� Senior Citizens, the unemployed, the Indians,  the Eskimos, and those on welfare, must  somehow organize their respective groups  to help vote in elected representatives  more concerned about their pitiful plight  than those .'present MPs, MLAs and Aldermen who have shown only their greed  for more I'or Iheuiselves from llie public .  purse".  We all have to get old, meanwhile,  , as long us wenre able", we pay ever increasing income la*"', in order lo provide  an august body of mercenaries with an  extremely lucrative pastime which efin  .be abandoned within a lew short years ���  in order to enjoy an ex.celleni pension,  Tlieir ailiiude is clearly, "once you become loo old to add-furl her lo our coffers you nie no longer of any interest  lo us", Cry loud ami long enough and  Ihese . fine taskmasters > will throw out  a few crumbs  Thisris an abominable-situation which  will end only "when we follow Hie advise  of Tom Alfibury.niul boot oil I those riding high in OitaWii 11(^(1; return genuinely  'dedicated people, ohe'lliliig is certain,  ihey do nol exist iheiy at The present  lime, , .   ,, ���  ss  jfMMflBjPffUMUIB  BW?lW^fWjflffi|j0|fl|^S^fflfl)<j|flffi|ffifl[|gfl^flBp]^^  More than 3,0G0 people now on Social Assistance haye registered  for the new Job Opportunities Program of the British Columbia  Government.  Each of these persons now holds a "Certificate of Opptorluniiy" which  guarantees that the British Columbia Government wilUelmburse you  with 50% of their gross wages or salary, Including normal fringe"  benefits!, if they are located in d newly created Job,  ���-i  "JllflPIT" ���-~���.,��*  '''111,1,  "��� TlK.roi'lijhijil iiiVimrnl find at Klnibcr-  lt*y wan mnde In llllll nn Nurlh Hlur UIU,  J''mir yours I(��h>i��-t tlm ��� nrlRlnal ftuMvan  <h'V(i|ii|iniiMil btiftnn. Diii'liut tin* Huulh  Alrlnin War Ilu* Inwn wan named afler  the < ��� 11 y  In thnl riiiiulry.  ii��M.i����mi����nirowi.w.imwinw����HWiii��iiiiiA����i)��������w  The PeninsulaT^^  I'lihlhlicit W��-'dnc��duyii nl ,Sculi��!li  �����.^��^.^�����M'ilJl^\,tt..SullhliliwXoiiiil.*����^��^u-������-  by���   '     ,  Powell Klvcr N��yv�� Town Oi��r *  Sechell TIiiu'n Ltd.  ������������ 310 - Nticliull, II.C  ,Sul>Ncil|>ll��n KiiIchi (In lulviaico)  Louni, % per yenr, llnynial 3!* tul'tm, *|I7,  U.S,A7 ���$'��. Ovoriciii, 1H0,  'irrvliifi,i'llifi urMifrotn Von Mrllon to Hunionl  (lloWfi Sound to Jri'\'l,,lnli'()  ���'wnnHirrn-nirfn-rrni���rn~ii���r*"ii���r���mr*--������- rrf" r*"Tl"'"*** *"���rff  Grant an iniorvlow to iho ..person oarrylns �� "Certlficnta of, Opporlunlty"  whon ho or alio onllo cin you, ,  /������'���' .       *   >  Try ond creato n Job opportunity In your btiBlnoiin for n minimum of fl wookn,  ���*"  . ��� *?  By partlclpnllno In Iho Job Opporlunlllos ProQrnm, you nol only Rfwo jtionoy  In labour costo, you h��rlp Incronso iho ntimhor of pooplo In our Province  earning thoir living, thereby strengthening tho onHra oonomy.  ���.rtw-  To holp you .got tho typo of omployoo you nocwl, na quloldy no poselhlo, rt Job  ���Ro^Iotry of oil poraona carrying "Coitlllonto^ of Opportunity" hna hoon oponod,  You loll ua what oBBlaionco you nood, Wo'll boo that you aro oont tho��o kind of  pooplo for consideration.  In thlsort'o, phnnfl Vniicouvwr 299-913 J and m\* (or "Job Op|iiirlunll|Mi*" ��ir wrll'��:  f   . 6IRIS        1#   ��� GRAMS  ''VOllCYBAll':������ f 3   ���    5-6-7     -.  "Will ""sfarf "TKursdayrN wiinlier^2S"  AT THE GIBSOWS ELEtViniMTARY SCHOOL  frpm 4 - 5i30 p.m.  _DRIMG-5NORTS..ANb���RUNNING.SHOE5-���-.  Girls (ntercstecf; but unaMo to atfoni* rhli practise;  phono Mm. Suo Whlrlng���086-9890 r.  GIBSONS ATlmC ASSOCIATION  I     I  IWMBIA iOWB  QRTIIRIITIE8 GUI  Hpnourahlo Don Onmpholl, Chairman  CommlUoo Momhoro:  I lop. Donniu I.. Prothorn, Q.C.   .   Mon, Ornoo McCnrlhy  Mon.Jnmof-n.Chnhpt      ' lion. Wnlrlo RKIIIInno  Porllamont:BulldlngsrY|ct9rlai PrHloli Columbia  IBTTEE  ���      y '   .v '     ,  m��Mn$nM"*p  ���i *  Mtmmm  mm  y  t   * y  ���H-faJl**,   0*      **&./*���   ***��� P*. * A^Mfc^  ,   ��� rf ���**���*: ���*    -   *f  **       ^^ ,    ,     *  A^#��i^A^AAA'*m'J,*J,,��� m,0+r*0*%*9*mmm*****.'  kKfk  i * * * *��� Vv .  ��� !     * rf    I j  1^ 4&�� 0fa Mt Jh,j  l.U A i* ��* ** t*  *)"��������# iJlt^j-^v^ri  .   -9 *,     )    *���"  ��"|��*   *   -"-- '*-  "tV"���*.,    .     T^  T5JCj*4 ^ ���*".  ?^-by Morion Charman  RESIDENT  of  Gibsons    for  nearly   30  years, Mrs. Wallborg West viand, who  passed away at St. Mary's Hospital on*November llth, will be area liy missed. She  was born in Rorvil<, Norway, coming 'm  10211 to Canada where she met'and married Kristian West'vand, who was also a  native of Norway in which country he  had been a police officer". Tie took up:"*  ������commercial fishiny here.- Mr,, Westvand  pnssed away several years'ago.  Mrs.  Westvand   was  a  vmy   pleasant  .jmd.cheerful..person possessed of li cordial^  and" hearty   friendliness,   she   did 'many  kindly deeds.  She  visited  the  sick arid  .W4S ever ready, to lend a helping hand.  The large number of people attending  the funeral .showed live high esleem ;in  which the -dfTPased is held. One could ,  not have known this lady without being  deeply and keenly appreciative of her  willingness to assist'ol'hers.  Rev    .1.   Williamson-   conducted     the  funeral   service.    Pallbearers   were   four *  grandsons   Glen   and   Wade  Calder,   Leif  and  C-ireg  Harrison.  "VETERAN  Tlfe late F. W. Blakenian who passed  away iu October was 117 years of age.  He was predeceased by his wife in 19(10:.  Mr. Blakenian (oyetl gardening and never  missed a clay being out in Ihe well-kept.,  yard about his' home on the Sunshine  Coast Highway in thejhiberts Creek area.-  Born in Oxford, EngTa"nd Mr. Blakenian  had lived in California and in Canada  where he had owned and operated retail  stores. He was a veteran of Ihe Isl and  2nd World Wars. He hail served as a  v guard of prisoners while in lhe army.  Following his retirement the Blake-  mans came to the Sunshine Coast in 194(1  where Mr. J31akeman was a loved and  respected   resident.  BAZAAR  At Si. Bartholomew's Parish Hall a  very large crowd was present In enjoy  lhe ACW tea, bazaar and hake sale held  under lhe g'eueral convennrship of Mrs.  Kay Wood and Mrs Rita 'Hinks. Daughters of members und; some" of the choir  gii-ls were charming servers. .    ,  The many altraclivte stalls were well  patronized. Home made mincemeat, a  specialty, disappeared as if, by magic.  The};e_jyas- a brisk demand for the gofJdies  on sale at Ihe pleasingly laden home  cooking tables and of course many interesting bargains were found at the  sewing and Uniliing and produce counters   etc.  Mrs. Fred Westall won the ofghan and  Mrs. Stan Brace well guessed the correct  cake weight.  CONGRATULATIONS  Arnold '.John Wiren, younger son of  Mr. and Mrs. Wijju Wiren i.s being *-on-  gralulaled ou having received a proficiency award of tjj^SO from the University  of Saskatchewan. Arnold is now in his  second year at. the College of Veterinary  Medicine  in  Saskatoon. *  ANNIVERSARIES  Mr. and Mrs Cms Schneider observed  their 201 li \,vedding anniversary on Monday  this week. .���'.-.  "Last".Friday was the (lib wedding anniversary of Robert and Diane (nee-Den-  ford) Coates.  Mr. and Mrs. W. Wool'/observed their  SOIb Wedding Anniversary on .November  Kith. They were married ip Vancouver,  Mr. and MVs. Woof moved to Roberts  Creek 'i'l years ago and have been residents, of Gibsons for 2!l years. .'  TO*PS  :- 'On Thursday, November 4lh Gibsons  Siinslunt'1 Tops held a smorgasbord salad  luncheon; salads wJue provided by each  member. Table decorations were in lhe  Halloween motif. Two members received  honors for weight Inns. A good I inn.' was  enjoyed' by all  I!) who-warn present.  IN BRIEF  Mrs. Dick BlakemaiV and Mrs, I'al  Quarry flow- hi Reno fur u weelji'iid.  Mr, mid  Mrs. Sain Foam and  family  .recently  of  Central  Avenue,  (Ir'anlliains  are   now   sellled   al   llliOD-l-Uhid   Slreel,  Surrey,  " Jitorly lasl iiioiilli-Mis 11. I,, Hlakenran  spoil! a week al Courleiiny, Vancouver  Island,, wliiirn her son-in-law nml daughter were (nippy over the hirlh of u (why  boy .lainle  Al    llii'   killer   pari   of   Oclohnr   the  Bliiluimiuin' all   Journeyed   lo   Kainloops  whore they iillnndod the wedding of llmlr  ' diiiiglilcr Uurbnra lo Gordon Alliiwny of  ���! Trull, The happy couple nn,i rciilillng al  Knmlnoph where lliey are both employed,  Mr. fuld Mm,. Hut i/innry wore away  . ���fiii,��l!>r��!��t.'VvediH when  they ,vjfi|ted Ml'ri,  Qunrry'i? I'liHioi'ln J'"i��r*>l. Jliuiipsliirn, Mug-  land.   Mrti.   .'.Jimiry   liml   vkilled   llin   old  cnijnliy  IViiit yen ni ngo but  Mr.  '.'iinrry  llinl. mil  been  !</  liliiginnd hIiici* llie war,  .ii~*.0-,r00r ��% -    ^M P^tilhs'ttla:*Tlin'o�� Page A-3  tDSOnS       Wednesday, November 17, 1971  They also went tn Edinburgh and other  places.     ��� -���   ���      " .., (  Miss . Jjerose Quarry Iravelled in a  lejsujely "manner across Canada visiting  en rpute,-She sailed from Montreal on the  Empress of Canada to JSngl^nd where  sJie vacntipned. ilaYiug retjirn^ from a  very interesting l>ollt)fly, Penise has taken  uji emHlciyraem in V.wc0llver- Brian *3hd  .Tuqiy WtlPf*- along with Bill and Mary  Quarry- were weekend guests at the Quarry home on Veterans Road. Peruse was  home for lhe weekend  Qmmng mff -vV <  r&  Board, se^kss f resis Reporter  ��� ^  SUGGESTIONS  ���...    "for  ir Uto Jackets  ���**��� Oars, Oarlocks [ i  ir Floator Cushions  ^ Forltiorsy Paddles  ir Marifiii Accossorfos  ir Compass I  ,, i( Chain Saws  Mr. and Mrs. Len Coates from Port  Cnqu.itlam visited relatives here recently.  Mrs. Fdlen Chamherlin. . has kindly  consented to demonstrate and teach hairpin lace making at the United-Church on  Tuesday  afternoons,  Today, NovenVber 17th, the Anglican  Church Women attended a service at St.  Barffiolomew's which was followed by  a" Clir.istm.as luncheon party and exchange of "gifts which a regular meeting  was held- wlien reports were given oj the  recent successful bazaar. The ladies thank  all those who gave their help and support. 7  ���  Guest at ..thjL.l)0me of Mr. and Mrs.  Alf Puchalski for The winter is, Mrs! Puc-  halski's mother, Mrs. little from Manitoba. ���- -  JIV|^CHANI.C6m.SP.RCIAL'.  Sovornl  Chain Saws  up  CHAIN SAW CENTRE  COWRIE STREET  885-9626  SUNSHINE Coast Regional' District is  having difficulty finding a competent  public relations reporter, according io  minutes of Uie, West Gibsons Heights  Ratepayers, ."reai.l lasl Thursday and approved at the .regular monthly meeting.  *���-^'Phe minutes stated thai when questioned about a report-Tn fhe local press regarding tlie. hiring of jj press reporter,  Dirpclor Franji *West said the-Board is  looking for one as'lhe other one was not  equipped to handle the job. .7  It was also reported in the minutes  that Director West had suggested, lhat  Mr. Wheeler was the prime instigator of  the Sunshine Coast Regional District  Ratepayers. Association as he had. some  private axe to griifrt.        **'.'  When a member of the Times staff  checked Ihis statement the following day,  a phone call was laier received from"W.��  Ci. Heights Ratepayers Chairman, Mr.  Derby, slating thai Director West (who  was'present when llie minutes were read  and approved) had now made a retract  ion.     ��� ' ��� -  NEW CANDIDATE  Mr An llauka of Pine Road Gibsons  who is seeking'election to represent Elec-  toial Area 13 which has been represented  ,l'v Director Frank West since formation  "I-ihe Sunshine Coast. Regional 'District  in IU(i7. was invited to" the. Ratepayers,  iiieeiiug.  r Mr. llauka said* he had been approached hy the S.C. Regional Ratepayers- to  uiu.in the area, whioji he panned to do,  a.-, he feels that people 'are not getting  Hu! representation they want or the in-  luiniation they, would like to have.  On bejiig questioned Mr. Hauka said  Uuil he did not live in eleclorail area E,  I'i'ing just two blocks out. of-district. Ask-  ctl why .he did nfit s��eek> election in his  own area, he replied that.he knows electoral area E better.  Mr. ljcuika said he has livei^iii' the  aira since 1952 and worked'for 19 years  at (..'anadian Forest Products, Hqwe Sound  Division as'an electrician.  SERVE YOU?  MRJ, A. TAGGART  One of our representatives  Wijfj?ei jat  Sunrtycrestr Morel- Gibsoiis  ^.11:30 a.in. V^eiJnes^y,A\rji. 24     *'"������  Vic'? Morel r Sofheft  * 1-3:0(11 p.m. Wednesjiayf HflV. 2*)  i  If ypu reqyiire a term (pan for g-n@W or  existing business, ypy gre invito to cjjs?:  cuss ypyr needs with him, An appint*  meht can be arranged by telephoning,  the aboye motels or 112-681 -74$4.  WmOPMNT BANK  TERM FINANCING FOR CAMAqtAN BUSINESSES  885 Dunsmuir Street  VANCOUVEll, B.C.  NIED   .  MONEYT  USE  *\~rv 0 ���  '��� '   '  WANT ADS  TQ SELL  SURPLUS  485.42J5  ��� Mr. Advertiser:  These adyortising  spaces ore real bargains for ypu. Sojd on  contract o'n|y. JFor 4$*  taj|s pn how to stretch  your advertising dollar, phone 405-4255,  ACCOUNTANTS  flfALPH C, DUCKWORTH  CHARTERED ACCOUNTANT  Telephone: 865-9515 - Telephone: 686-2912  SECHELT, B.C. GIBSONS, B.C.  W. Philip Gordon  CHARTERED ACCOUNTANT  Tel:   Pus.  886-2714,  Res. 886-7567  Harris Block, Gibsons, B.Cs'  BUILDERS  (continued)  APPLIAftjCE  REPAIRS        \  Guaronteed Repairs Fast Service  WASHERS -  DRYERS - RANGES  -        RADIO - TELEVISION -  STEREO  TRAIL BAY ENTERPRISES    '  Davis Bay 885-9318  Carry in/carry out service on smalh appliances,  toasters,  irops,  frypans, portable healers, liair  dryers, mix masters, vacuums etc.  ART SUPPLIES  Telephone 886-2069  ROSE & ART ENTERPRISES  Pottery, Supplies, classes & firing  dealer for Duncan's Ceramic product*  r Pine Mr % (Grundy!*?* Ay*9t       ' *  P.O. Box 62, Gibson*, B.C,  ftUTO  SERVICE  SECHELT HOME SERVICE  Atlas Paris - Good Year Tires  24 Hour Toying  885-2812 or 885-9979  AUTOMOTIVE UNPERCOATING  STEAM CLEANING  COMPLETE CAR CLEAN-UP  SIMONIZING  Esslemont Equipment Services  Phone 886-2-784  -  Rox 436, Gibsons, B.C,  RANKS  ' ROYAL BANK OF CANADA  Sachalr, ,B,C, p|,9nB QQfi.2201  Gibions Branch, 886.2201  ,  IIOUI"!*;   .'  'Iiitisdqy ihrotiflh Thursday |Q r).m, to 3 p,m,  Fiidny 10 a.m. to A p.rn.  Satuidoy 1"0 um, lo 3 p.m.  BLASTING  CONTROLLED BLASTING  ALL WORK INSURED  I       FREE ESTIMATE  FRED DONLEY  Pondor Harbour - 883-2403  WATER SURVEY SERVICES���"^  Tor Expert Plgsllng      ���  FREE ESTIMATES  f liono 889-2304 L. C. Emor��on  7    || No Ani>WMr t-iiavu /^usbnn�� nt  R.R, 1, Sccliolt, D,C.  *0*m000{000*f00i^im*0p0000m00m0m00000m*0m0m0m0m*00m0m0um0  B5l?^~XM?    .uMM--1^"::"'"1"''111'"'''-  ,, ;. u'j'W'"'"*'"' "i''1'  A. SIMPKINS  Box 517 - Socholt, B.C,  A   Fhono 805-2132  T, i|Hl ;n !���, ii  ���rfrrm^rmmm  BUILDERS  TRICON DEVELOPMENTS LTD.  CUSTOM HOMES - PREFAB HOMES  .High Quality . . . Reasonable Pripes  Buy  a   Package and  erect  it yourself,  or get  ,    our professional help.  GARDEN BAY, B.C. ~ Phone Eyes. 883-2723  BUILDING SUPPUES  READY-MIX CONCRETE AND  BUILDING SUPPLIES  .Your Oqe Stop Building Store  ,      - For All Your Building Needs  GIBSONS BUILDING SUPPLIES LTD  -4453 Seaview - Phone 886-2642  TWIN CREEK BUILDING SUPPLIES  DIAL  Gibsons 886-2291 - Sechelt 885-2288  - WHEN YOU NEEDBUIJ-D1NG "SUPPLIES  GIVE US A GALL  FREE ESTIMATES  Free Estimates - Fast Service  G & W DRYWALL  Drywoll acoustic and textured ceilings.  Now servings Gibsons area and the Peninsula.  Phone 884-5315     ���   Box 166, Port Mellon, B.C.  *!Gul| BjUlLDlNG SUPPUf$ LTt>.^  Yomt I rlV Bird Dealer  Phone 885-1283 Sechelr, B.C.  Complete line of building supplies.  CABINET RflAHERS   OCEANSIDE FURNITURE &  CABINET SHOP  ���~"   HARDWOOD SPECIALISTS  PINE CbSTOM FURNITURE  KITCHEN ANP BATHROOM CABINETS  Our Cqbiner Units Are All Prefiinshed Beforo  Installation.      .. ;.  R, BIRKIN ��� Beach Ave., Roberls Crook, B.C.  Phone 8B6-2551 |  ELECTRICIANS  (Cont.)  BILL McPHEDRAN  ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR  Free Estimates  Phone 886-7477 - Gibsons, B.C.  JIM McKENZIE  ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR  Resiclerttial Wiring and Major  Appliance Repairs  PHONE 885-9978  Box 387, Sechelt B.C.  FUEL  c  ANADIAN  ROPANE  CONTRACTORS  COR ZUIDEMA  ~ For Al I Your Roriovf j j loi ����r Repql in -  qod'Cqlilnel YVorK,  Phono 885-2135  PLYCONE DEVELOPMENTS &T  HOUSING CORP. LTD,  5uniilil|i�� Cnrj!vl iind iMrtlld"!  COtiyrN'I'IOMAI., MOPUI/\R AMD PRITAI-v  Wu Huyii A T|ii)iit.oi)(l lilcos  'A Oui I'niiin Ai" Co|i)|)��illllv��  C�����t Holhl-ig T��> Coll m-9767 - 805-9618  Wrlff Hq�� 676 - SutNIt, P,C,  COAST BACKHOE & TRUCKING  ��� -'��������� LTD,  Fill, Cement-Grqvel, Drain Roc'k; elc,  Box 89, Madeira Park  Phone 883-2274  l ,% h Swanson ltd.  RBAqY-MIX CONCRETE  Sond ��nd Qrovol . Bocldipos  "    Dllchlna -. l:5(cqvol|on8  OFFICE IN PENNER B|rOCK  885-9666, Box  172, Sechelt, B.C.  Serving the Sunshine Coost with reliable and  economical Gooking,  Heating and Hot Water.  FREE ESTIAAATES  Phone 88^-2360  Wharf and Dolphin - Sechelt, B.C.  RNIE WIDMAN  for all your  ,SSO PRODUCTS  IMPERIAL ESSO DEALER  Phone 883-2663  Madeira  Park, B.C.  ,, ^ ..���������*-  ������   For Your Fuel Supplies  ���DANNY WHEELER  your  IMPERIAL ESSO AGENT  886-9663 - Hopkins Landing  FURNACES  PARKINSON'S HEATING LTD,  GIBSONS       i  ESSO OIL FURNACES  No down payment - Bonk Interest  Ten years to pay  For free oiHmato���Call 886-2728  Complete lino of appliances  HAIRDRESSERS  PHONE 885-9550  RON'S CONTRACTING  Cloarlnq - Excavations - Rotid Uulldinq  Guiding - rll) - Rood Grov'il - Crmhod Rock  1  Phonat Socholt BBS-^SSO  LqncJ Cleqrlno " R��a<l H,MlkJlnfl  mXi:�� e ���To|Jp I no .s. So I ool I vo., L013 9 incj...  PETE DUBOIS  Tolephana 883-2417  R.R. 1, Madeira Park, B.C.  ' P'SPOSAL SERVICES  SUNSHINE COAST DISPOSAL  SERVICES LTD.  PORT MH ION !fiOI.|:'5COV|:  j   T��li 80A.2V3II ��r WflS-WS  pill lit, Imi Yoiic |)|(,|;omi| MijijiIh,  WIkiii R(iiiov<iIIihi Or ti|��ilii(| C|mii)lnii,' '  Cwnioliium /\vn||oli|��, '   '  1;      -    t.      ^ ;;.l";-':l;"'M,''  ELECTRICIANS  "AC^N^ELECTRic'TjoT ' " ���.  Rflhlduntlal. IndiiMrlol and Murine Wring  Hemic IJfiat. Una Wi��K  Phona 806-7244  Roslfiunlial - Commercial - Industrial  SIM ELECTRIC LTD.  Gov't CoiiUhui Elecirldons  Phono Day or Eye, 885-2062  ���> .4 if.  ANN'S COIFFURES  in the |3q| Blpck  Next to lhe Co-op Store  Gihsons 886-2322  SECHELT BEAUTY SALON  Dianne Allen, Proprietor  '  ...,vEx|juiI llalr Styling  Cowrie Slr.', '' ���''*"������  "    ���������'.���"   Phone  Sechelt; U.C,  Rfl5-28lfi  HEATING & SHEET METAL  HALL SHEET METAL   '  Domesllc ��� Commarclo| - Industrial  ������,,���,,������.,.,���Tr0|ep|,ono QQ5.9606   ���'  Box 164, Socholt, B,C,  ,0|L FIRED WARM AIR HEATING  *���     Oil. FIRED'Y/ATtiR HEATERS  Nulliinf) J3i��wn - - 10 Y��joi* To fay  I.lain Pli-niMnu  Roy Blancha Madeira Park  8832401 883-2778  IRQ.MVUORKS  0     PENINSULA ORNAMENTAL  IRON WORKS  WKOU-'IIJ" IRON HAILIMfiS  AMI" MISCII I ANIirti'h ORMAMINTAI,  '    , IRON WOI"l<  p|ion��f MWM'r*���* 00(!..?OS6 . OD6.7230  11(11  t M IMA I  JANITOR SERVICE       Walcome...to-Tho- FJoorshlno Coa*��t  - ' HOWE SOUND  JANITOR SERVICE       I  Spi,T|ol|i,i�� In Cloonlng �� Floor Woxlna  ")l��(��)y IJiillirio .Window Ci����i|lnu  RUG SHAMPOOING  ���     Phono 886-7131 - Gibsons, D,C.  JAWITOR  SERVICE  (Cont.)  JOHNSON'S  BUILDING MAINTENANCE  specializing in:  Paper Hanging^ Interior & Exterior decorating,  -  Rug Cleaning. A|l types of Building  Maintenance; pl^or Installation.  '   ���  - Window Cleaning.  PHONE 885-9715 AFTER 4 P.M.  Box 642 - Sechelr, B.C.  MACHINE SHOP  At the Sign of the Chevron  HILL'S MACHINE SHOP  & MARINE SERVICE LTD.  Machine Shop -t��� Arc ana* Acty Welding  Steel Fabricating ��� Marine Ways  Automotive qnd Marine Repairs  Standard' Marine Station  Phone 886-7721        Res. 886-9956, 886-9326  RETAIL STORES  {qmv%*)  -  ^��-.._jL"^?'j|i�����*"���������r,x *  Lodies' and Ghildren% Wear  Open six days p week  Phone 885^2063  Cowrie Street, Sechelt  TASELLA SHOP?!  Ladies' - Men's - Children's y/eqx  Yard Goods - Bedding ?-Liner)*!-.  DiglJ85=?33! ^Sechelt, B.C.  SEWING ^ACHINJES  tVPARIINAS  GIBSONS MARINt; SERVICE LTD.  at ESSO MARINE  Gas - Diesel Repairs - Welding  Evinrude Sqlps - OMC Parts & Service  '     Boat Hauling  Phone 886-7411 Gibsons, B.C.  UNSHrNE  EWING  ERVICE  FREE HOME DEMONSTRATION  REPAIRS AND SERVICE ON AW- MAKES  Mrs. Mono Havies - 885-9740  Bernina & Omegs  ^a!��*5, Pcjrts, Servica.  NURSERY  MACK'S NURSERY - Roberts Creek  Landscaping - Shrubs - Fruit Trees - Fertilizer  Berry Plants - Bedding Plants - Peqt Moss  Fully Licensed Pesticide Spraying for  Landscaping qnc| Trees      '   1  Sunshine Coast Hwy. - Ph. 886-2684  OPTOMETRIST  FRANK E.  DECKER, OPTOMETRIST  Bal Block - Gibsoni  Every Wednesday    ���    '  886-2248  PHOTOGRAPHERS '���  ,..������--���-,���,.i i i.hi. .. 1 ������n���,, 1���,������....ni.,,,   ������������ ���-   ..,.....i.���1-1���1 1��� ...i ���������mi���,1  ,*,  ,.^.-...���,Lf..,.  PENINSULA PHOTOGRAPHERS  , A Campluto Pho|ograph|t3 Service  ���WEDDINGS - PORTRAITS - PASSPORTS  commercial,  "t: ABERNETHY  Gibions, B.C,. Phono.886-7374  nr 886.72)5  PLUMBING AND   HE ATI IMG  ..���,..��-.��������. ���.,.,.1. ��,���.*,, 000mmmW.wi.i.i.i.-i.h������     1���1   iw.iii.-ii ~,.:m.i* ****.-.-r^f^m  SEASIDE PLUMBING  Gihsons  Plumbing,- Pipelining - SlcomiJltlng  ���   llol��� Wnlor Homing - Plpo Logglna  ���  ,    FREE ESTIMATES  Phono 886-7017 or 886-2848  ,   Repairs - A|lornl|oiir, - Mow InMiillnllons  LAURIE'S  PLUMBING  &  HEATING  LTD,  ���Govi, Ci;ri|li��d Plumbor   ---   **������ ll��"r Sorvlco  , GKNI-RAI. DELIVERY ��� SECIIELT, liC.  i)86-9S33 'i PENINSULA PLUMBING LTD.  Soke ond Serving ���.  Pijnl.1,  Utriiiloo  Supplies,  Foyvtcll, Appllmicus,  Sij|VJ(,��   und   Rupql/w   lu   V/alot-   Syntopi'i   and  I'limph, Pico EsllnioloR,  Supplies lor Ihu Po-||.-Y��iii^o|for  i      Jack Mortlioll     ''        Jack McLood  I----   Mt-Mti     ��� ���-����� ���  BeS-4460-v...���  Ni?rpi M"��K��y, fli3<5-777,0  pmm0mm>tmmmimmi-\miw*mmm^mmmmmmmm*t  RENTALS    ., ,  J "MID T IT AT"  THE RENtAL SHOP ;  nt Poy|�� Bay       ,      "W�� R<fiU or Soil Alpiosl Evisiyllilng"  ���^Tviniwrllocft.i��.L^I|llii^ Plunl* ���T<nl��vlRlun(i  Roto Tillois > Cooityil Ml"'* - L'WO Rq|<b��  Morlianlc'fi Tools'  PHONE llW-nUl ��� \*\A HOUR SFRVICI*  00*0***00**00000**00**000mmt0000m*00000****000***0��*m*****0m  FtRTAIL STOHES  SPORTING GOODS  CLIFFY BOATS  & ACCESSORIES LTD.  Fishing Supplies r Bogts new pntj  Used ... Large &. .Srnall  885-9832 Seche1!  SMRVEYOfaS _  ROY & WAGENAAR  B.C. Land Surveyors  Morine Building - Porpoise Bgy  Sephelt, P-G.  885-2332 or ZEnith 6430  TIRES  COASTAL TIRES  ' Sunthino Coqtr Highwfly  *   Bqx 13, Gibsoni, B.C. - Phono 886-2700  SALES AND SERVICE   '  All Brpnds Available  Monday to Saturday 8:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m,  Friday evening by qppolnlment on|y.  TOWING  Scows ���- Logs " 1  SECHELT TOWING fi. SALVAGE  '   , LTD.  Heavy Equipment, Moving & Log TowlflQ  L, HIGGS  Phone 885-9425  0m*0m00*00mm0*00mmm*0mm000r. ,.,  TRANSFER  C & S HARDWARE  SECHELT, BC, (  ACPgA^CF^'t HARPWARI:  IIOMH FURNISHINGS..  Phon�� 685*9713  LEN WRAY'S TRANSFER  H9'l!��Rl)t"l'1 Mpvlno, Pflclkino/ *>,wa*  1        packing Materials Fof Sa|q  Member of Allied Van Uh***S  t   , Canada's Ha, I fAovm  Phone 006-2664, R.R. 1, Gibsons, B.C  HANSEN'S TRANSFER LTD,  A"  WAREHOUSES  Gibson* 806-2172  SisKVINGTHP SECHELT ftNfHSUI^  ��� Furnliiir^ to anywlioffl In Cari9dq,  <3cn��ral Frulqlit. Low-bod fin4 li��avy hawllns  I l ���   i,0 ���*     \  ���       '   ' "'  >���'"��� '������ "��� ' ���w"i|nww�� 11  ��� "Mimni  T.V. and RADIO *    SUNSHINE COAST T.V; SALES  fl, SERVICE LTD.  ���; ADMIRAL* nnd El FCTROIfOMF PPALERS  ^prilon Oliver   -    Pd Nicholson  In Tlio Mttfirt Of-. Pnyvniown SochoU  Box 799, SocUlt 885-9816  ,      _ ci ost-l) ON 'WDNDAYS^,,,,. Jy;u ���  Phonp 8832513  HARBOUR SUPPLIES  - ��� -nRRNARPJ"GnRicfO~ " " "  P.O. liox I SB  ���, 1  Madolra Park, B.C,  *~*���*���" "  ; ||M   A ^  UPHQ|.STfERY-- - - ���������  BELAIR CUSTOM UPHOLSTKRY  AND DRAPERIES  P��Mpliol��lerlrifl * Restyling. Cnmpl1"* Proprry  Scrylco - Sample* r,l)��wn In llm h'W8  Pliona 006-20!5() aftor 6 pm,  \  ���**fc. ����k^f����*     ..,-*���       1     P      **     I ���*        nw^����fcn  *       i    *-     .    ��� i * '^    vV,1 *���.    #   -     ���"" r"  *,  *   y     '������*!��*  -1**^. **.   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error advertising goods or services,
at a wrong price, goods or services
may not be SQldardJhejdiffecence
charged to the newspaper. Advertising is merely an offer to sell,
^and may be- withdrawn at any
time,"—(Supreme Court decision).
Advertising is accepted on the
condition that, in the event of
typographical 'error, that portion
of „the advertising space": occupied
by the erroneous item, together
with reasonable allowance for sig-~
nature, will ■ not be charged for,
but the balance of the advertisement will be paid for at the applicable rate.
A composition charge is made for
advertising accepted and put into
production, but cancelled before
publication; Change from original
copy when proof is submitted to
customer is also chargeable, at an
hourly [ate for the, qdditional
work.   .
...   is  pleated  to sponsor  this
Birth   Announcement space,   and
extends Best Wishes to the happy
HISE—On November I), 1.971™
Siyert Ql.son Rise of' Gibsons
n«o (HI years, Survived by a
.daughter.and relatives in Norway and many friends. Rev, J,
Williamson conducted tlie service in The Harvey Funeral
Homo, November 13. Cr'emii-
Uon. 7541-51
WESTVAND — Qn November
II, .1071, Mrs, Wttlborrt G,
WcHtvimd of C" o wiir Point,
Gibsons, U.C„ uy6d 75 years,
Survived by 'i, duiightarti, Mrn,
Grula Calder of North .Surrey,
'Iind Miu Hulli Harrison of
'Gibsons, I) Ki'Hiidehildnin and
I ^real unindeliild; one broth or In Norway, Ilev, .J, Williamson conducted lhe funeral
Horvleo In the llnrvoy Funeral
, Urirno on Noyembcr llth, In-
termoul. Heavlew Cemetery, In
lletr of I'lowors, doniitl<)nu,niii,y
bo mudd to the Mount Ii'lpjiln*
stone ,O.I*!„S, Cancer Fund, v/n
Mrs, Dorltf PrummomV Gib-
Huiin, Vf)2ll-|il
• .JVIrM. Wnlly llorry ol' (-iwlinll,
JVC, uio eelobralluii llmlr I*')l-
llelir Wii(l(liii({ Aiiiiiversui'V on
fhilu'rdiiy, Noveinbnr *"0lh,
11)71,a In honor of l|)o luiiilvor-
^Ai0y" 11 uj r*imi iy hm" i • r> i< 11 n ir iv \ r
Opon iloiine Irom II |),mi, lo
Kt'lO jj.m,  Iii fioi'lmll   l.e>||o|i
WE wish to thank Dr. Inglis,
. the mirses arid staff of St"
Mary's Hospital forthejr kindness and care of .our 'late
mother Mrs, W. Wtstvand.—
Mrs. W. L. Calder and Mrs,-J,
N. Harrison, 7567-51
I WISH to thanli Dr. JCessoi^
and Di", Paetkau, the nurses"
and statf of St, Mary's* Hospital,   for  the  excellent  care  I
received   during -my   stay   in
the hospital-—Vera Sallis L    -
\ 7546-51
LEE—In loving memory of
Peggy Lee Who passed away
November 16th, 1969. Ever remembered by her grandparents,-—J, & S, Edmond.
- -7545-51
ALCOHCU4CS Anonymous —
Meetings 8:30 p.m.,, Thursdays, Wilson Creek Community Hall. Ph/ 885-9327, 886-
2343. 4979-tfn
AVON cailling—For Avon Products in your area, call Mrs.
Anne Kelly 885-9979, West Se>
cheit area, and Mrs. Helen
Philips 885-2183, Wilson Creek
and Sechelt area.
WISH to .contact
Saints members.
2175 or 886-2546.
Latter Day
Phone 885-
WE OFFER a complete tree
service to the entire Sunshine Coast. Our work is insured and expertly perform- (
ed. Pliohe for free estimaitesr
Peerless Tree Services. Phone
885-2109. 6258-tfn
CABINETS, basement rooms,
carports, floors, duroid roofs.
Call Jack 883-2460. •      7488-1
LOTS cleared, odd jobs,  fire-
Wood cut. Phone 885-2353.
IF you think that special letter
would    look    better    typed,
phone  S.O.S,   886-7326.
CAPABLE    woriian    wants
work, part t|me. In store or
housework.  Phone  885-2191.
SKILLED   short   bund   typist
for  temporary  work.   Write
Box 765, Gibsons B. C.
' MALE - female — Attention
local artists, wonted handi-
cralted merchandise for retail
si ore, carvings, jewollry, glassware, corsages, arrangements,
etc. Ph. 880-2339. 7533-51
, rethied couple^i^ uTivent
*■    or purchase retirement, homo
on the Sunshine Coust. Write
Hugh •   Wctithorby,    106-2030
Burujay St., Vancouver 5, B.C.
SALAIj   wanted,   Top   prices
paid.,  Contact J,  ]\1,  Hiiyes,
Sechelt before picking; I'hono
H(15.|)l)(i2, , 7505-52
meetluii,  I'll.
Hull." ".■pn
Hull, All I'l'lmiilii nro cordially
invited lo Iho linppy iicciinlon,
• 7-iii7.ni
RlSr «nil 'l/iiyti Mhiiiloy .T, Hli-
voy( of Emnoiit, |J,C,,.. mn
pleiiseil lo iii)i)bii|ici' llio en-
Hiimniiun( of |ln«(r o I il es I
ilauiililer, MnrKiuct Km It HII-
vey til Mr, Ih'iy McIuUinIi .of
Merrill, M.C. Wfl(l«Jln« lo.lako
pliu'ci In aMori'lll ou November
J IMI I,  11)71  ,    ' 7527-01
'   ■ ■■    ■ i^   i	
'WJ'J are deeply finilol'ul 'loiour
friflhiis /iriiriifiiiiliiiuiiii,"" for*
tlm Icliiilueiid iumI n,vni|ialliy lu
inn* l)e),euv('iii("iil, Ui« dwitli of
our hifloVi'd liilliei' ami kimiiiI-
JiillmV   Mr,    Jinny    J''IIshh)to,
VVrLw<'W,'H'lillly.,.wlsli, lu.JlH.uik_
Mv, nml Mvn, W, l*,\ I'ViiMitr,
Mnirjr Nnyjor, nr, Goirlnii,
iuiiwim tnul Hint I ol f*l, Mnry'n
Jlofiplla), and Hov. D, Brown
for hia wnrrlfi of comiolatlDii,
FOR RENT (Continued) AUTOS & TRUCKS (Cont.) , REAL ESTATE (Continued)   REAL ESTATE (Cont)
■* RObM cottage with bath for'
; rent,' Selma Park,1 $65 mo,
Phone   885.2403,       ,    7558-51-
CENTRAL Sechelt, 3!BR suite,
" all electric. *Jtove, fridge,
carport, washer, dvyer. Phone
885-9366. 7540-52
It 4
FUBNISHED electric - heated
2 bedroom house ;at Selrria
Pai^, $130 month, .including
caNe vision, Available Dec,. 1
- .June; 19^. Phone 112-2557
0245,        -,■,'*      !    7542^-51
ONE mopile home space avail-
_._able,   „-Big    Maple    Trailer
Park.   Wilson   Creek-   Phone
885- 9513, 72454fn
KNIGHT Mobile Home, 2 bed-
room with air cond, Ph. 886-
2728, 7424-tfn
MOBILE Home, 12x65. 2 bed-
rbomS, complete with skirting and aluminum awning.
Only 2 years old, Phone 886-
7187. ' ~~ " 7066=tfn
DOUBLE wide, 24x60 demonstrator. Can't find a place to
live? Move this home to your
lot: 2 bdrm, dble plumbing
and family room, Quality built
throughout. Sacrifice at $12,-
500. To view phone 885-2153
after  6:00   «•« 7500-1
1969 GMC 910, 4x4 warne
', hubs, styleside, 350 V8. All
heavy duty equipt. Low mileage, condition-'excellent. 1969
Ford F250, 4x4 warne hubs,
styleside, 360 V8. All .heavy
duty equipt. Very low mileage,
condition excellent, Ph- 883-
2243.      7 ;    7492-tfn
'68 DODGE Monaco, A-l con*
dition. Ph. 883-2390.    *
  . ' 7480-51
1968   MUSTANG,    California
Special. 302 - 4 spd. Best of
fer. Ph. 885-9530.
1962 OLDS, 2-door, $100, Ph.
88573367, 7529-51
l/f you aro browned off, |
try mo,
MOTliiir imd" five' ohliiinm
urgently   requires   home   to
renl,   Heeholl,   area,   I'll,   llllft'-
Tliy J''m»My,
IIAIJ. for rent, WHhoii Crnok
Coiniiiuiilly    Hull,    .Conduit
Mm,    Dluiio    Andnnioii,    111)5-
vm; ■'■    R4on*irn
Fl I UN IHJIKO TiiihT id'w lulo^
i mien, In rellnlile worlUli'ij
ti'iinnln. Miulelrn Park nron,
Write Hon 741'H, c-o 'lliu Tlmcri,
,Box UIO, Hechelt, B.C.     -
a'iiwiiiiofiM iiomiriinTraerert
of land, $100 a mouth, 3 min,
drive to Mndnlni l\ii*lf,,,l-hoini
1111(1.-2001 nl'ler fl p.m,     75(111-52
FIIKNlfiMMI) 'vviiliirfiiinr col-
Ififli'ii, \vlnli'i' nili'ii, I'h, ,11(10.
, WIMTKIt iicoriiiiiiioilnllou nvall-
alile from Heplember, Hepiu-
file llviu/i nn, mid |i(ln|i, Mulll-
ruoni with uliuwiu', lloniionnlil"
inlim,    Al    I-uwii'm,    l\1»«l''in»
-Pnrk-Moi^lr Vhono~mii*ti(inr
.l}ndtrT.„.how..intniiiUomttni,    ', ,
CO-J-'rAGK   iif" 'lillaim " Buy
for rent, Phone nil5-2100,
. 7543-5I
Garden Bay, B,C,
GARDEN Bay Lakefront—22
acre? private float, beautiful
location for lodge, cabins, .trailer park, $50,000; With good
terms. Pressurized wate'r,
paved roads, panoramic view-
Reduced $20,000 ? for quibk
sale. •     .
GARDEN Bay Sea View—Fully furnished 3 bdrm. home,
panoramic view of Harbour,
$15,900," Reduced $4,0QO , fqr
qtaclt sale.
ONLY 6 LefW-Approx. Vi acre
lakefront and view lots on
Garden Bay Lake, Pender
Harbour area. Only 25% dn."
Payments as low as $30 per
mo. Buy now. These won't
last. Priced ffdm $4,500 to'
VETERAN'S Note—Beautiful
new 2 bdrm. home on secluded acre, overlooking Francis Point, to V.L.A. -standards.
Mortgages can be assumed by
qualified veteran @ 3V*.% and
8%'/,;.-Full  price  $29,500.
Archie Brayton
Tel.  883-2728
""   "J . - 7532-51
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310 ft. waterfront; over 3 acres on^ 2 separate parcels, Very
Iqrge'hqrhe^—6 (could be 10) bedrooms—an excellent start for
a fishing lodge and resort. Good beach, lots of floats. $70,000
full price, good terms. Or house can be purchased with 100 It.
waterfront lot for $37,000.
1 Vi   acres  of   semi-waterfrant   parkliko   view   property.
Lopated just above Madeira Park gov't wharf.
Lot 1 1  is a largo view lot—85 by 550. Look for our sign on Iho
property. PricecJ at $5,000 with terms.
Npw 2  bedroom  864  sq,   ft,  model home.   Electric  heat,  stone
llreplaco/ wall to wall shag .carpet^ throughout, On. choice, semi-
waterfront lot overlooking Pender Harbour and close to store and
marina. Full price $25,900 with $5,000 down.
Lot 14—90 ft.-— $13,000.'      Lol 20—100 It.—$ 14,500.
Lot 16--125 ft.—-.$13,500.      Lol P—98 ft,—-$10,500.
Lot 19—75 fI. $12,500. Lot 15—135 fI,—$16.0,00.
! 'Lot M—80 ft;-*-? 10,000;
85 ft, wpterfroni lot at Earl Cove—$ 13,000.
Approx, 3 acres of iho finest view properly In Pender Harbour,
"'$17,000 with good terms,
Approx,  14 aqrqs >v||K 330 ft, waterfront. Full prlco $25,000,
rwllb $8,500 down.
80 li.
In Pondor Harbour, with water and hydio,
$10,000 . ,    98 It.—$10,500
4 vory qood Inilldlnos lots, I'my walking "illstnnca lo"«liool ond
fiiorhu a|'Modolrn Pork, C<*u bo bought wllh low down payment,
Lorgu bembwolorfronl vlow lol lor $4lQ00lcci»h,
2 boilfoom beiiiu will) bntioinonl, on npproft,   I   ocio viow lul,
;F«H price $13,000,
200 ll, wulmfriiilt, Hon 2 iinllnliihm! Iniil(fliiiji>t On |mv«i<l min'l,
Vury men  piopitrly  for iliivolnpmnnl,   Priced  nl   $7,2.!)()0  with
■\ 12,000 down
A l<|w loti. Mill evuili|b|u on tlii|.,:i0 Im miIhIiviUuii, I'nu.d iium
,,     -      ^,b0d,      -
Cbolco vlov/ loin en 64 lot DolMlvl'ilnn, Pilrmi finm $4,000 lo
$8((JO0, !ioino clocifiKl rfliuly fur bulldlnu,
"  ...'    '      NEW WATERFRONT IIOME
r.holcn wnlqilrnnl,. ihi1*.. opptOK.   1,200  m|,  |i,' 2 i„,
inn ono lliird biiiii)iti«iiil( /(OO un.  II,
''"■'"""   " "'""    '"       "   nnd"
could bu 3) bodroom bonni
windcck,   nlncirlc  honl,   Prlco  induifmt  lrlb'1   (ilovn; "cnr|inl
dmpos, Full prlco only J.33,900 wllli giiod lurot**
Approx, 460 fl
n| wnlorlrnnlncio nn llih. 6 ncm |o|,
, $29,000 w|l|i $10,000 down.
'xtvflhil. lull, (jvoildblci.
Many iAhttt view <mii wlcihfint |oh III llin Pftridnr llnihonr nifil,
'       Madolro Park, D,C,
Phono Pewlor Hcirhour 003-2233
PRIME elevated waterfront 40
acres at West Pjorpolse Bay,
Includes large" modern 5 hed-
rqom house, broadloonV-thro--
ughout, 3 bathrooms, hot .wo,-,
ter. heat, eto^ $07,0Q0, F. J,
Whitcrof t~Co\vner) "l/'ancouvfer.
Phone 112-738-7165 or 263-
7631r ■::■- 7455-tfn
CUTE cottage, 1 bedroom,
Large level -lot,' fruit trees
and landscaped. Municipal water. Principles only. To view,
885-2153 after 6;00 p.m.
SECLUDED but accessible by
good lane, 'tab seres beaU"
tiful well _ elevated unde7
ve loped property, year round
cieek, some ocea!n view, near
Secret Cove, $60,000, Will
accept some terms. Box 310'
Peninsula Times,- Sechelt^—
Multiple Listing Service
Box 238, Gibsons, B,-Q
FRONT:' Two waterfront
lots, lightly treed and easily
cleared. Both lots are level
with unobstructed view across
the Gulf, easy access off
Beach Avenue. Excellent property in an area where waterfront is difficult to obtain. FP
for BOTH lots, $25,000. OFFER'S. ML.S.
K'EAt ISLD.: On.West
Beach, we offer 2 acres of land
with 700 ft. of excellent water-
frontage. Property is well
treed with southern exposure.""
View is towards Salmon Rock
and Gulf of Georgia. Property
has good road access and several very suitable building
"sites. FP $38,500.
lot (size .95 acre) located in
central Gibsons.,Land is level,
aiul has been cleared arid cultivated. All facilities available.
Sewer line now being laid. A
valuable property with good
potential. FP $7,700. Terms ta
down, bal. at a'/i per cent.
3 BEDROOM house on ap-
piux. :!m acre lot, with frontage on paved highway. A-0
heat, elec. HW, fireplace, ,4 pc.
baih Bdrm recently refinish-
ed. Ow'ner wishes' immediate
sale. FP $16,800 with $4,800
down. Bal. at QM> per cent.
WATERFRONT: Pender Harbor, 700' waterfront in a nice
sheltered harbor with property on both sides of the highway. This is a 10 A. parcel that
has terrific potential *~ov a re-
sorf or subdivision deveJop-
ment. Water on property. Particulars  upon  request.
GIBSONS HOMES: Very attractive 4 bed. home of split
level design. Large finished
rumpus room and utility room
in basement, This i.s a fast
growilig urea of all near-new
homes, Full asking pricu $"M,-
NOW IS THE TIME lu liiie up
your property solTiTiT yoii'can
got. an early.start, lo build, in
Hie spring. We have a nice
fiolectlon of building silos siicli^
ns. a nice now, subdivision iiV
Hoborts Crook, v.ibw lols ut
Gibsons or Honil-watnrfront
privacy lols at lledrooffs area
priced  from $2,000  up,   :
ftWAI1: l^uplox in Hurroy vn.l-
liod lit $211,000 for good .piece
.of liind of approx'. sumo value.
$310-per mn, rov, 	
UOi'KiNS:    Nice    two    bud,
Homo on beautiful "VioW  lot
•■on Point Iill. $10,000.    '
Vancouver Real  KhIuIo Hoard
PHONE fl'10-22411
Notary Public
VJnce Prowor 886-9359
WallV PotorHon     886-287/'
Uoic 2,'lll, aib.iolis, n.c,
DAVIS   BAY—A   truly   fine
building lot with a fantastic
view,    Fully    serviced,    WW
build to suit you.
Just available, over 100' for
u'hder $10,000 in Square Bay,
sowtherp" exposure, a*rbwtMS
trees. This-wpn't last,
have the largest -ehoice on
the, .Swnshine Coast. 4 ' large
beach lots in West Sechelt; 2
In Halfmoon Bay; and 1 at
Secret Cove for under $10,000.
Also some real choice' view
lots from $3,500 serviced.
£ ■ ' '
Redrooffs Re"';/'fantastic waterfront lot with deep protected moorage. The only lots, available with such great poten-
v-UaWQnly $17,500. See this
now before it is gone.     .
INVESTORS: 1,6 acres with
2 houses. Should make 5
lots, 2 with houses on them.
With an investment of only
$25,000 for 6 months and a lit- -
tie-work, someone is going to
make a nice profit—it could
beyou. •
GARDEN BAY: A real buy at
only  $19,500. 3  bdrm  modern  house  on  large  lot  with
outstanding   view   of   Garden
Bay    and    Pender    Harbour.
Must be sold. Don't miss -this.
See Len or Susanne
Vgn Egmond
885-9813.  Vancouver  433-6546.
20 ACRES undeveloped, view
property, Village of Sechelt,
Jane access, $30,000.o Wild sell
in 5 acre blocks at $8,000 each.
Write Box 310, Peninsula
Times, Sechelt. 7483-tfn
Real'Estate & "Insurance"
Gibsons, B.C. .
HOPKINS LANDING: Charming cottage on Marine Drive
wilh lovely view. Two lots, extending up to North Road,
nice trees at back. • Furniture
included, ready to move in.
Has living room, glassed in
sun porch, kitchen, bathroom,
bedroom and basement area.
Well built. Could be modernized. Our sign on, look for
"Roseneatb". Listed for $12,000.
(Try your cash "offers.)
Call us at 880-2481
EUREKA Rd.: Along the Redrooffs road We have some
nice, level acreage, ideal for
yniin retirement plans.. Samples: $5,000, 10U*x5.0()', cleared
in front, driveway in, $5,500,
173'x'*Wo', road allowance one
side, $10,000 „ $ J 4,000, big
view waterfront lots.
Our Numburrrr IIIKJ-24H1  now.
SECRET COVE: 01 feet of
sheltered moorage wilh your
own private clock on this1 wa-
terl'i-onl lot complete wilh 850
s(|, It, A frame, which bus its
own lighting plant, water sys-
 fern,,   propaivti    I'ddgo,    acorn
fircp'|{H!o,;thiK1 Is tho buy of iiuj:
year at $24,000, For appoint?
fid'!'   on   vUlagc?' water,   l.UH
acres,  close   lo  shopping  eon-
tnv Iriiniiporlalion,  $11600,
live 10 ycur nld, 2 bdrm
honio on Inrgn lol, 75x140,
milliiblo for good I'niiHIy. Full
hmnl, "with finished ron rnoni,
nil liai'dwood I'Iuoi-m, I'lrcpluco
hi|i| lilce 'mindcck, Fl' $2(I,!I00
and iiin)'l/*ni!i) iivnlliibli),
.    . ,llltll-2'tlll
ii i11  li i< i i imnT«-»w—.»mr'«T—i, i in it
-—- ■■'<  -J'—j—rr~ .■., -.;.   v* i-g
Beautifql waterfront, excep-
tjohal holiday home of 850 sq.
ft, ipclydipg fridge, stave and -
Acorn fireplace. Deep protected moorage, ja professionally
built ramp and float. Only
$24,000. Don't let ^n«th*?r sunv
mer slip hy, call Jock Hermon
at  U"*7^37-"745 tliia weekhd.
HALFMOON ^AY! See the 4
choicest lot*? on the Sunshine Coast, then take your
pick! Each is over' 1 acre,
semhwaterfrQnt, «n4 will sell
on sight at $4500 to $5500,-  ,
EGMONT hWM 600 feet of
wateitfrppt op over (j acres.
Deep arji'd^ protected moorage.
A- magnificent, property for
less than $30,000,
a lovely estate, 1500 square"
foot rancher of rare quality
and quiet ch«nm Sits on 12
view acres overlooking Malas-
pina Straits and Vancouver Island. Nothing else can com;
pare, canj't begin to at $39,75uT"
Excellent terms  too!
Don't delay . . . call Jock Hermon now for details 883-2745
'     ' ' .".... 7550-51
room to stretch on this nice-*
ly wooded-acre, 113' frontage,
Close to store, PO and beach.V
Low down payment on $5,000.
—Unfinished dwelling on over   1   ac.   Fronts  on   blk.   top
■** road    in    desirable    location,
on   it   in   your   leisure
arid     have    something
worthwhile. Try $1,500
il Ul ' I"      l»
Kim  Criifiby, ,
.luck   Whllu
1    iiiiii-2i>:i5
.1 »»y Viiinor
llll Al- IO|< KI. 111(1 MIN I
2 lliiiin Ir.inl lumiu will) oKiiii loni(i iiiiiiiih,' A/O limit, vmilly
Imiii, only   M yiu, yuiinu,  loc, ol  l-fnpklun, Qiily $|fl#'A)(l I ,IJ,
' "   i>"       , HfACII CAI1IMS    ',
l'luu'2 luinn homo on rippr'm, ') nmt\ I'tirm o (|ioup'tr|i4 InviMb
(join IhU^iowl Vl(000 hmy IkiiuIIo,
,      i        .:*• 5LMI .W,fv..'I.O|       a    „	
0\\ OyVji'ir jiiiy fl.Thl'IO' nfnily ir'cml, (iiv'til, plmi u tjuuil
Only ^'JHOO 1,1', Uxt.ullunt liifina nvoll,
, ,!>a(000 DOWN—DALANCt; AT ft",',,
ApproM, -1 A«-.i). ol IhvoI v|«w propmly 100' Imm nlr.n iinliblu
, ,  In WoM Sncholl, NO I li M'A, IN I t|<CS5T KA11,1
Only I lull,
| lU'^'lbU' lillii.luni) lo Iuhh.Ii, fclMiuu, ,% he),,
"PJ\' (ilTIWl  I I AM I
A Inw of llm noorl Iniyi lliot mn oviilnbln, A|i|nnx,  I/.'lul urm uf
level I mod blifu, Kil IM r.ui.holl 12,000 dn, or J/hih Aa, 100' In
,,,intly booth Im only "HVOO down, "i fiO'nl'»()' lul n/,  IiIIiumii
Hoy Mm inn Im only %2/lH) l-.P. v„
**'F(!ji).)iiiT»iinri«iT * 'iTioTAM rm JYfrr" w pini't-MfSiiyToiu.^rioiii
y/artcuuvvr, It you ro«|)y woof »<» SfcU. rlwrr ph«n« mo
,        " •   ,Ui>I|fiij>> Neotlod",
G. KNOWLGS '■■'     '.,;-   ,
29805^) or 291-5>nfil '
Honestly, here's the buy of
a lifetime. Situated on lge.
view lot, 5 room bsmt. home.
Rec.^oom,r A70H heat. All offers considered near $23,500.
Terms too.
LTD,  ■
Gibsons, B.C;
Phone 886-2000
K8AL -5STATI (Con*.)
„.—,.«.■,■ ■.-.*..-.*. -. .I,,,,,—, ■,— — .. r-    ■   if	
ROBERTS Creek—a seres offered as down payment on
older house. Ph.'88(3-2737,
*.....     *r •       "~'  ■-■«■-————    n   ■   ■—■   -^1 ^r*    m   ■■ ,j0*m tmmmrf*
Bo* 1\iJ Gibson?, B,e,"
Van Dire^tL,.d85.3133
acre sm.»U holding ,f^m,?* 2 ,
beclr6Qms! O^T hpus^fenced
pasture, and Qutbuiidlngs for
castle, chicken, included; Gib
sops rural, only 2 blopk? to
shopping. MUST m SOLDI
Lorrie    Girard:   886-7244    or  .
75' WATERFRONT: -Roberts
Creek, B.C. Delightful 2
bdrm cottage, completely renovated, low beach, good swimming, includes matching stove,
fridge, washer and dryer.
Complete hath, fireptaee, .picture windows throughout, patios, This Is a beautiful sppt to
retire pr for summer home.
VIEW PLUS: Centrally located lots, all services, payed
road, spectacular view, in area of good homes, easy access to schools, shops, etc.
Starting at $3500.
MADE TO ORDER: For retirement or young family, 2
bdrm, nicely landscaped, good
' garden soil, within walking
distance to village, lovely view
of water and Keats Island.
John Black: 886-7244 or 886-
7316. " 7514-50
13 FT. trailer, sleeps 3 -4.  In ,
good condition, $675. Apply
to C. E. Sykes, Beach Ave.,
Roberts   Creek.   Ph.   88fcB30L_
;  7537752
SILVER    female    poodle,    18
months old! Good with children.   11 Vis"   high.  $40.   Phone
885-9797, 7520-52
GERMAN Pointer, one year
uid,   needs   kind   home.   Ph.
885-9802. 7538-51
FREE—4 month German Pointer  cross,   4  months,  fully
innoculated, friendly. Ph. 885-
Member of the Multiple Listing Service
LAMBS BAY .                  ,             ' No. 23/6
Semi wateMront view lot with boat launch across the road. Ideal
for the fisherman and boatlover. Safe for children. Hydro, phone
qnd waterllne ot the road. Just 5Va paved miles from Sechplt.
Full price. $4,500. Don Hadden, 885-9504 eves. "'
SELMA PARK 'No.   1771
Nicely finished 2 bedroom retirement' home just 2 years old, plenty
o| closets, well insulated, all electric, including furnace, On lease
lot 50x120 feet. Present lease $50 per annum until July I, 1975,
then 2 terms of 10 years each, Full price $14,000, Try your lorms.
Don Hadden, 885-9504 eves,
SELMA PARK . "   No. 2302
Well maintained-view homo with many features on larrjo corner
lot, Sunndeck over carport, driveway front and back, separate
24x30 workshop. Fully insulnted.houso has, 4 bedrooms, 2 firo-.
place, Wall to wq|l carpet, quto/b|| heol, and a total of 2,400
feel on 2 floors. Try 'ji 15,000 down .and o bank mortoaoo or
$20,000 down and agreement for sale, Pon Hacldon, 885-9504
eves, ■ . ■. • i'   '
Mr, Buildor.—o good opportunity, 4 lots loft, IOOxJ35 It, aonlla
slope |loh|ly treed, potential Walor view, Asking $3^400• each,'
buy ono or oil, Petor Smith, 8B5-9463 ovns,
SELMA.PARK        "„ '        ,       """"       " No, 2158
Insulatcr/, t.9upd 2 botlroopi housa, now largo kitchen ond bqth-'
room, Pmpqno hoollnp, Lol (mnlopo 77', doplh 102 ft, Excollonl'
rnllronionl,   minimum   U|ikoop.   Asking   $ 14,000,   Pafor   Smith,
8*15-9463 qvo*. •
r, nxcollonl vlowlolb, 66' froninacon 2 mods, 18/ It, depth, Sldo
by side,--Good nroo, noor bdach, Eoch $5,000. Color, Smlih,
885-9463 ovos, , ■ '
WllipN CHECK No, 2065
MnlMiod fluhlox, MinhJil, r.oitld bn slftcjlo family with minor chonao-
nn,,60>|27 ft, wnlorlr^nl luaw lul. ^.miind li hooch oro (ini,
zJ^L^/J**; '<»"r''^nlin«rit only. Asking "ffl.OOO, larim., Polar Smith.
HOTFIv LAKi: ■. """  ■"" .No, 2205
Ulnwsrin prlvncy -with n cnrhmninlliju viow o, laku nnd rnnd
btilovy, liriiiy hccuss, hiionl|lully kiipt ihrou bmlronm cotlngo with
cnrpori nnd4 cnmmorelol wuiluhop, All In InniUcopod aroinif|H
wllli pooL $10,000 ,|il,. $26,000 .Inml, Jack Worn,  0U6r26ft|
for vfri
Odd bllfipo Ull'll   |(ll(J0  III
iiii ni, $500 dn,,
nil Allu, ,J(i(.|^ Willi, 886-2681  ovoi,.
SAUCkllll' uAy     ""■""" ~
rj.M".'M)lV inntnh <th'*iW iimip vinw
t-liiiti, Wniwr, mniiiK Ji„i  :|>!i,600,
No, 2354
'It Ul Ifirisl IWh(|«0i|.l)illlc|lng'
J,  Ci,  Wuin,   086-2681   «voo,
GIIIW3N3 N„  2361
lirnnil now two hiidmon) cnllnga nnd r.oipnil,' |;|ur,lr|r. honl nnd
llroplnco,  |.olh o|  hondy clokiilli nml cupbourrln,  UlocHtopdriva
nnd bpnullliil, vlow, l.Vi.,y llnonclna con hu oimngod. 4iO,«(IOr
.,. Jock Wflfii, fllJ6.26fl| iivos, I
ni|lf>ONS   ' '"      ' ! N() 232/
>.C|n<imd <^|ttw Im nvorlouKinu Gilihonn Imibun Convmiionlly |oc«nml
IM'iil' "»hu|>i.ond poM iilHra, A u<kh| InvoMlliMiil nl $.1300, Hatom.
Ohio loims, too, C, R, (lollion/olo. HII6./0I!), '
ROlll-nTS CRfEK—yVhlio Avonuo, Or.Bon vlow, dimming two
Ijoilmoin homo, lully niodopr, immnr.uloiiily mnimmnad, mMofuliy
doidinliiil,  Uixiiililully IuimIm.iipihI ukmimiIi.,  pntiu,  ruiiiiilaiu pit.
:ii «ZV a j u'^ ' ™' ','™1''-1-'''i.": "^T1'"^ „ ,i !,• *i »• ,cU<i~fwUMw»in...
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Pox 12ft, Secholt
^.r,   ,       Phona 005-2235
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MISSING';   in
area,   white
:\W<*\ "Sadie".
fiufj-wai*.' -
West ...Sechelt,
Gevmap  Shep-*
J^ward*. :Phohe
IF   IT'S   suits—it's   Morgans:
BBs-naao, Swheit, B.C.
30"    P.andsaw,   .suflable   boat
building  or shakos,  $2S0.  Ph.
Canvas—Boat JJardwave
1'omprossed  air  service -
(1971) LTD...
Phono 8KB-0303, Gibsons,  B.C.
JUiAI/ril l.'OOI)S---S(iya products-dried (nod .^buckwheat
and whole wheat flour, brown
rkv short or long grain, 1 lb.
2a rents, cofl'ee, 1 -lb. 00 etmts.
Good Food Store. Ph.'88(1-2921
HoJiurls   Creek,   B.C.
BOOKS.for Christmas: Pierre
Horton's Last Spike $10.
Land ol Maquinna $7.0?. Crusoe of Lonesome' La Ice $8.1"*().
Ihxds._oL.ViUU*,ouvei; $3.!?0. Outdoor Sljortsman Bibles $2.(ill.
Hubby JSodk.s and Cook Books.
Dr. Seuss and Thornton Burgess i-hildrun's books at The
Times Bookstore, Set-belt. 885-
I>nr>-1. .7511-50
'ECIAL Bonanza edit on of
"The Song of Hiawatha"
wilh 3B7 illustrations of Indian
Artifacts," $3.75 at The Times
Bookstori) where all good
books are slocked. Pb. 885-
0l»5-l. 7405-50
5I0ALY   box   spring  and   mat--
truss,   1-1 .inch.  885-2800.
CHIfiSTERKtKLll.   suite
slip   covers    in    very
condition. "I'll. 885-2I3L
KASY washing
pearance new
illy  good.   $35.
machine. Ap-
and median-
Ph.' 8H6-2040.
•    7505-51
HOUND    dining    room    table,
4   captain   choirs,   excellent
condition.   $100.   885-2804.
756 J-51
SANQSTEH 10 ft. fibregTa^
boat.« Steering wheel, .control, 0 hp Johnson motor as
new, and I railer, ""$800, also
camper trailer sleeps 4, $125.
P. Bannister c/o Phone 805-
2407. _     7550-51
GOOD ciuaVrly kil.ebooi(:KT)|»me,,
se(, $fl(«. .Tlioifc  -IBfiSpMSlJ' l'
■  . 7535-1
IHfill '-'OKI) Galaxie
top,   2 dr.   good
Hnyul   blue
500 iiard-
Also Hnyul ..blue* chesterfield
and chair, alninslnew $05.00.
I2v Philiips car rivdip, $25.00,
15" chrome reverse rims, will)
moons, poor shape,' $20 pair.
Miscellaneous clothing (mens)
si/.e .'III swcnlei'H and hlnr.er.s,
At-.   12   -   14  shirts.   Ph..  118(1-
S1.WASI1   sweuler,   pale   green
lurnml in/I',  12 -   14, di'iisst.')',
iiiiii   and   col Ice   liible,   Phone
IIIII" •'Jl'l.'l '. """""'   '754117)1
I -A lit ih" model sni'ling ship 'in
".•Ihm i.'ii.si\" $75. Ph, 8|ir)»23ll7,
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Water Resources Service—
Pollution Control Branch
■■""-""*        ""ACT,  19(17
Young Life of Canada, operating as the Malihu Cluli, of
c/o Ladner, Downs, Ladner,
Locke, Clark & Lentix, 640
West Hastings Street, V-anr
couver, B.C., hereby applies to
the Director of Pollution Control for a permit lo discharge
effluent from domestic wastewater treatment system-and
outfall 'located at Mai ihu Club
Camp .into Princess Louisa Inlet and thence to Jervis Inlet,
which ebbs southwest and discharges - into the Strait of
Georgia and gives notice of
application to all persons afr
The point of discharge shall
be located «in Princess Louisa
Inlet about 100 ft south of
the wharf and 150 ft east of the
closest shoreline, at the Malibu
Club Campsite.
The land upon which the
effluent originates is Vancouver Assessment District, District Lots 3521, 5271 and 5567,
Group 1, New Westminster
The quantity of effluent to
be discharged is as fnllows:-
Maximum rate 0.14 (C.F.S.);
53 (imp. gal. p.m.). Maximum
12-hour discharge 9,200 (imp.
gal.). Average 24-hour discharge 12,250 (imp. gal.)
The operating season during
which the efflpenl will be discharged is : continuotf!.'     , .7 -
The average characteristics
nf the effluent discharged shall '
be equivalent to or belter than
year-round average values for
suspended solids 285 ppm, bio,-
chemica) oxygen demand 200
ppm, and coliform bacteria
00,000,000 per 100 ml.
The type of treatment to
lie applied to the waste before
discharge is as follows: septic
tank treatment followed by
dilution and dispersion into
1idal walers.
I, C. F. Gooding, Secretary-
Treasurer hereby certify lhat
this application does not con-'
flict with the local by-laws of
Sunshine Coast Regional District,    .
*: tin's; ^plication, dated on
the J5th day of October, 197t,
was posted on the ground in
accordance with the Pollution
Control Regulations.
Thi.s application .ift to be
filed wilh lhe Diroclor'iVf Pollution .Control, Parliament
Buildings, * yicloria,"" British
Columbia. A*ny person .whose
i-ightH would be uffeoto'd in
accordance wilh tho Aim may,
wilhin no du,v*i of the dale uf
I hn application, nr with 30
.days of |ho date of publication in Tho I3|'|!IhI) Columbia
Giuollii or in a pewspapoi',
or whnre seiwloo Is required,
wilhin 110 days of tho serving
oi a copy of iho application,
file wllh Iho I'ireolor an objection in wi'iliiiji In tho Hi'un-
lln'it nf ii. permit aluting how
Jin in affected,
7l)3(l-|)iib, Nov, 17, 1071'
&*0nr,, ,***.mT.l&****
• Th.i (pm rnmindor nl rnrnlnq ovonta Is a survi^o of 5f!CHf!|.T AG|*NC|f"S
LTD,' Pliotio Ponintiulo Tlmo*'.direct tor |rpo TIMlnds, .speclfyina *'Pplo
Pud", l-lnof.(i nolo thai f»po'*P Is llmlMd" ond iorno odvonrtj doles moy
hqvo to wall |ln>lf lurn; oIm» thai ibl* Is o "r«mlnilur" llstlno only ond.
ronriol nlwnys carry'hM dB|«t|li»,
fl D,m,
5or.|iiil| Ualnn, I
"iiii'.hnlt I union
Si, CHI/huh Dronrh o9 I'onnlnr'
III     I  pm
Miinllllfl.        '      ■'   '      ,
18    I /)  p,m,  limiml Church llnll, Gll»Mi|W",   Hi",  38 OA.P.O,
Nov Tl
hi mi i
"l,7in''"n'**l"lolfr'R"l")nrls"'CrrrK*"i"*"n*nao;^ x—,.►«——*«.—.-«—.-
fl |i,m, I'nniliii llnihoui Cnniiiiunlly llnll, Itlngo,
7;30,p',nv, Wnknnni Unnrh Holl, I'llm Show, New 7i*hlniiil,
11 pin, l'iuid«»i Hoiliotir Sitrontltiiy Srhoul, Ulnoo,
II imii, ,'krhnll lii'dliin llnll, I'lncjn,
?-1 pin, Knhoiih Crunk Hull, I'o-itrun ''inr foil Pnrnnr,
I) p,m,-l o,in,'WiImid Cirmk Hull, Cummunlly Dnnrn,
/;')') p.in, W<i|riinio |lc(i<h Hull, rilin S|)ow!,".hipn|).  ,
,y ()ni, iiniicd cihikIi iloii,Hi, nn o,AjLQl..i«i:r.,.?''ii',i"'i!..
,7 pin Pni'iidni llnihoui ("nniinunlly Hull rii.hiiutu'ii'h lloinu-
'in, '    '  '
a r4
loon < L'H l ll no Im
'ii liool Hoiinl, Miinlrlpnl nud Moiilonol
IIOIDlllOllOII'i, , •
MMlllpl* Mitfng Survliat
Vqn«io|i«ror R«q| Eitntf
i R:EAi, lESTAffi	
pt     f^     )■■"       f**' ',m0 pi     ^^i   r**0*m* ^ t^™^i ^wi^ mm>^   i^    ji^0^   (up
Phono 885-2235
The fenlmsulo Tiwen Page A-5
Wednesday, November 17, 1971 '
-~-7i^        ~        r~;        '   *    r
Halfmoon Bay
i—by Mary TinMey
IIQN Isabel P Dawson, Minister whhopt
Portlolio, has consented to open the
TJall whicli has tjuat—hojn. completed a^
new extension to lhe Welcome Rpacn
a* Centennial pioject The opening is planned hn Sal iu day, Novembei 21aLa jijo
lucky escape; - -■ "
Andy Hansen had a miraculous osca^c
last week when ho was driving bis du.fnp
truck With a load of gravel near Trp\ii
Lake towards Halfmoon Bay. Whep htv
was changing into a lowei'-. gear for th1-'
dfiwn grade, he found that his brakes had
failed. Knowing he copld not hole} 1;hc
t/'iick on the s,teep hill,.{i.he^^, he had'fjie
presence of mind to steer the truck-Jo-
.■ wards the bank and jump clem*. His quick
thinking ai^id prompt action .undoubtedly
saved his life for his truck went over flic
Lank and was wrecked. Andy himseh
got off wilh a few bruises.
The next film shown a' the Welcome
*" Reach Hail will be on Thursday, Novenv.
her HI at 7:30 p.m. and will he gp ISJew
Zealand.     ■    -;.
Halfmoon Hay Recreation Commission
is pjanning the" annual Childrens Christmas party at' llie' Welcome Beach HstU on
December 12. A teenagers Christmas Dinner is also in the planning stage, sq watch
this column for the date. Two film sliow^
which the Commission had had scheduled
for children and teens recently had to be
cancelled owing to difficulty in getting
the films. This is a matter on which the
Commission  is  still working.
The Welcome Beach Community $s-
"* social ion Christmas Dinner is planned for
Saturday, December 11 and tickets aVe
available from Mrs. F,d Cook or Mrs. M
Tinkley. Members are recommended to
advise Mrs. Cook as early as possible ol
their requirements for themselves and
their guests.
With a good deal of sickness around,
there was a fairly poor turnout for lhe
I-ucky ,13 evening last Saturday .at thy
Welcome Beach Hall. The Lucky 13 winner was Mrs. Keith Comyn who .claims-
that  13 is always her lucky number.
The ladies carried, off all the prizes
in the Lotto game, winners being, Mrs.
Fritz Leuchte, Mrs. Vera. Sallis and Mrs.
. Q. Petit. A surprise element,of the.evening was tbe projection of these beautiful
short films on Italy, picturing Calabrian,
Sicily and shopping in Florence.
Surprise No. 2 was a skit combined
with a card game, performed and played
by Mrs. J. Allen, Mrs. O. Clear, Mrs. B.
McCrady and Mrs, M. Tinkley, with quite
liUarious results. A special vote of thanks
were given to the three ladies who supplied tbe particularly good refreshments,
Mrs. Ted,Cook, Mrs. Olive Clear and Mrs.
Blanche McCrady.
On November fi, 'Mrs.' Sarah Wall celebrated her flflth birthday in the "rest home
al Powell River whfere she lives. She re-
' ceived a visit from her granddaughier,
Beverley Silvey and gifts from her daughter, Mrs. Pat  Ness. .
There is further word from MGl and
Larry   MeHpse  t|,a)   iIiej,,  baby  s0|)   has
heen  named.Troy Lawrence-James.  l<\>r-
.:i.li).y,)()fi.V Who would .like to send them a
message, their new address is OKI Atkins,
'During last week's storm, Mel Harvey
iioliced jbal,, ,a |ijjf deadl*ead Had been
driven under one of the .small finals at
Halfnioon |hiy wharf, Thanks to his warning, owners of small', boats lied m ihe
, finals-were "able to move their bonis lo
a safei' pliicu hel'oro ||u> n„„tH Wl)r<l ,,,„..
riii'l off by Ihe next slnriii,
Cliff Connor is home from a hum Ing
trip north of Furl Rl, James on'which he
Wns HOiioiupiiuliiiMiY'-lilfi brother Norinun,
'Waller Ny«i*«n and. Wally .Peiormm "of
, (llbsons, It was i\ trip ihoy will remember,
for a long lime on account nf the hiiow-
Htormn and cold UmipornlurcH ihoy axpi'iri-
enced thmunhniil. tho irip, 'IVtmpci'aiiiros
worn dinvu hn low as fi anil 10 ilu|(rnen
Thoy. drove frnm niiriw Lnltn noilh in
Toplny   Limdliin,   Hum  nwiiu/i  simlhwiird'
•-dicadlnji for Prince cicnrno, Mr. Pcrei'Hon
i, hud i|-o only good |MI!|< wilh,hunlInn, hul,
Im nlHii Iind hoiimi pinlly bud lunk tun  lie
Whh llio only one to bag n moiiHo, but on
,  lhn way Houlh lo Vandorhoof, hn Iind un
11 lout wliji hlH jeep, lie and Mr, Ny-
Hi'on who wiih hiii piiHHiiug.ii' only minKiIii-
«M bruiHOH, luil thorn wiih cmutldci'iihln
diimug.i to bin' ji,,,,,, jj,, m„'„„g,„j t„ ,{l,| it
In  Vandnrhnof Hurnoioiilly" to gel
lomn. dl\]( HiiyH In np||o nf all UiIm,
1,1,1 " w*m ", ICiod irip nml hn unlnyod II.
l'i SOI I
In Ati/iuHl 1(1110 Vluloi'lii prepared io
wolciiinn nu, ,,„w f|ovor|ior qniHind of
li'iivullod wiml iih. |>r m ]1iivh|h|iiI«i
inilii, then miin hniwibacli for .17
")l en In calclj a train to llm count "'
will nap wuh unl climod
nf Din
in|ll November 7
FrWay, Hoi. 19, INI
SpoiTsouxl by fljTTjTT
iii(|<!iiis' Coiincil",
sUtrlcntJi nnrl mlulfs nro
9:45 A.M.
Madeira faik -r 883-2374
CimilCH SE*tyiC*p-ll:00 AM.
'  Pastor Prv, "Wal*"F" S". Af k'W**
*;; ;,
A little overwhelmed in the'.very ivn-
pressive presence oi Chief Dan
George, .f4$a -Peclvini will always
cherish tlie hand-woven basket
whiph is a token of appreciation
from the §echelt Indian Band for her
work in delineating "the map which
now hangs in the-council chamber
and shows Indian pl§ce names Chief
Dan George later yisiteii schools, as
he" is the Patron of Young Canada
Rook Week
■ Sunday School —7 10:00 a.m.
Church Service —; 11:15 (t.m.
lY^tiinq Seryice 7:3p "p.m.
OavisBay Rpad and AibwtMt
12 blocks mp from Hiflh,way>
-TlvrVnited Church of Canada
.'';":,"!■ .""""vsIiv'/ices •'•'•.        '-'- -1
St. John's United Church.-Davis Bay
Sundqy Sey^s;,*: f :3p q.xo* y]
Roberts C}eek United
Svinday Services- 2:30 P*0*
Gibspns United Church
Sunday ^en/ices - J1:15 a. vr\,
PortMelJon United
Sunday Services r; 7:3Q p.m   v.,
(2pd and 4th Swridays)
Rfv. Jim Williamson 7^'?'*iQn"""'r §P$'?33§
Further details
IjOCAI, job registries are lieing established ih chnVnuinities throughout the pro-
\'int-e to' assist in matching job seelcevs
w i t h a va i 1 able work iind er ijb'e" pr ovincia 1
guveinnient's Job Opportunities Program,
Municipal Affairs"?*!:-isler bail Campliell
has announced.
.Job seekers and employers in this area
will be able* to call for information' on
both jobs available under the program-
and tlie eligilile people looking for \vork.
On the Sunshine Coast, phone 229-9131,
Under the Job Opportunities Program,
persons who have been on social assist-
ance for three months and residents of
British Columbia for a year can he lured
iii new /jobs lasting eight weeks or longer
uiul the government will reimburse" firir
ployeis ftO per cent of the wages or salaries, including fringe benefits. Eligilile
job seekers who apply to the government
will,he issued Certificates of-Opportunity
which they can show to potential em-
r plciyers as 'proof of their eligibility'under
lhe program. . '   .     *   ' '
Tlie job registries'.will lie in operation
in mosl centres hy November 18. IVIr.
Campbell stressed tha1~the registries are
not employment agencies. There will be
no recommending of people I'nr piirticuiar
"This is a matching up operation, designed   lo gel   people  kinking  for  Work
. under lhe  program  together 'with  those
yvho  lH|vu  work   that   needs  doing,"   he
"For example," he said, "an employer
looking for KI people to do a particular
"job will In; able to contact the registry
uiul .stale his r.oiiiiii'pmenls. The registry
will ronUK't oertil'itmte holders \yhp, from
iid'orniiilion nn regislralliin forins, seem
to have lhe necessary quitljfio'utiuns and
siift^est that Ihey contact the employer.
"From then on, it will be tip "lo tho
employer  and   lhe  joh  seeker  tn   work
things our, The employer will be free to.
■ hire Hins«'"people he wantu, and to J\yo
llmm  it Ihey duu'l   work ,oul. The eni-
been issued Cerlificales of Opportunity
under tlie program and over 300 employ?
ers, many offering a niimbier of job op?
'porliihitie^ had registered with the govv
Mr. Campbell said the job registries
and central numbers are heing set up
in local areas to simplify procedures. The
registries will be coordinating bodies,"
working closely with various departments
of Canada Manpower and;Indian Affairs.
"I am liappy to say there is a lot of
inter-government and inter-departmental
cooperation in this program," said, Mr.
Among the provincial departments involved are Industrial Development, Trade
and Commerce; Municipal Affairs; Education; ^Lahouf apd. Reliabilitation and Soe:
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Baptist ghynch Services
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Suin^ay School 10:00a.m.
Morning Worship 11:15 q.rn.
Park Rd., Gibspns
Sunday School 9:45 cim.
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Hy Petersoii for Mayor of Gpbsoims.
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I don't-hesitate to say Ihal we have one of the bps,! wafer systeins on
the Peninsula, we will have the first large secondary sewage treqlmeht
plants in Ihis area, we haye now completec) oiir overall development plan
for our whole village qnr.| we wiHhave our,new lihrary-ntMseum complex
complelerl early in lhe new-year, All this,with very Utile increase in
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it'* V-W"*1^*5*^^^  1"  i  I  I '  I  I  I  ������ -  WORE   ABOUT,.....,,.  �� Minister welcomed  >*���'/''. *   i���from page A-l  travel in Eurppe; there will' be 325 "children' participating arid funds _will_ cq,m,e  ' from tho First Citizen's!Fund;     A~*~J  ��� Paul* St, Pierre _spoke- in the Chilcotin  vtongue   and  Chief   Simon  Baker  enter-  ' tainqd with an Indian snake dance usjng  ' live snakes.  -   Master" of "ceremonies  was  Mr.  Jim  Nahanrii from North Vancouver who is  in chargp of ��� housing  construction with  ��� Department of Indian Affairs.  OFFICE CLOSED  Sechelr Notary Public, Mr. Jack,  Mayne is to undergo surgery at  St. Mary's Hospital. His office  will be temporarily closed for  business.  .*'  ir  Mt.  ELPHINSTONE  Chapter No.  65  By Peggy Connor''.''*.;.       ,��� ���->���...���,     ���^. -00,tmm0m**0mTVt,���n*. iyi ,,������ j,i,m vtmmrt,.mm < ,  7   *���''       /"      '7  AuxiliarySmorgasbord  usual outstanding event  page A-6 The Peninsula Times  Wednesday, November 17, 1971  I  \ i  ii  GOURMET'S delight was the least at tlie  Sechelt Auxiliary to 31, Mavy's Hospital  smorgasbord  held Sat.  Nov,   13th  many of the guostb added a great deal of  color and guyoty to the occasion,  o   , ,;   ,    . .,,....     .    A  , Thfe.very dancoable music was by the  Suckling prg/cumedsJu^m,, marinated,   penn Rings. Brian Swansea's giWtp. In  cluclcen>sm(^ed^alm0ni^r^li|na beans    j^eplng  with  the  theme    they  played  ^ ROBERTS CREEK HALL  NOVEMBER 20  "^ 2:00 p.m.-4:00 p.m.  -��-  i'ik.   it-, it- .it.   ir  Super Chef  Golden brown an garnished to perfection, this little piglet being carved  by Alderman "Joe' Benner, took pride  of place on smorgasbord table heaped with delicacies for Sechelt Hos-  pitafAuxiliary's annual soda} event,  held: last Saturday.  BWMWMW^  SUNSHINE COAST REGIONAL DISTRICT  ;  Robinson-Moffat  Vancouver wedding  IT WAS a pretty ahd colorful wedding  which took place'recently-at St. Cather-  ne's ChuVch, -North Vancouver, when  Elaine Grace, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.  Stanley Moffat of Halfmoon Bay, became  tlie bride of John Kennard Robinson,"  eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. John  Robin  in sour cream; arid i*^^ i^ore! delightful  morsels. Plates wereptleil luglv and most  everyone came baclc:( for secahdsi proving  the excellence of th^ dij3he;s7 *       ���";���  Caribbean was the tiieme ��md credit is  due Mrs: fcily Dunlop and Mrs, Eileen  Bystedt for tlie decorating. How, they  managed to string- up the? fish-net as am-  ailing it hung over the whole hall filled  with a-'variety of f'shes, could be tlie  good helpers they .had. The best table  decoration was the food, but the basket  piled high with colorful fruit surrounded by flowers was also very decorative.  Walls were done- w.ilh authentic mats"  and  hand-done  pictures, fish  floats  and  fish-nets. "On   the   tables   gaily   colored  paper with fish cutouts, candles imbedded  in sand'with seashejls sticking out.  President l/b-s. .Faye Lewis greeted  guests at the door. Master of Ceremonies  for the evening, Hospital Board chairman,  Mr. Dqri Douglas of Gibsons.  The stars of the evening of course are  the convenors Mrs. Ina Grafe and -Mrs.  Margaret Humm who did an excellent job  of organizing the whole affair.  The suckling pigs were bore "to the  table held aloft by the two carvers Mr.  Joe Benner and Mr. Vic Edmonds with  big white chef's hats. Mrs. Mable McDer-  n\id looked after the beverage department, her helpers were Mr. Buth Ono,  Mr. Bill MeDermid and Mr. Bob Janis!  The friendly doorman was Mr, Fred  Schuctt.  The    Caribbean  many latin  numbers.  Mr.  Bill Lawson  was the lucky dooj- pr��e \vino**?*;.  - A gr^j, evening for fun and only pos-"^  sible ���Vj'u'p'ugh the co-operation of many,  Tlti"! IVM^lliary wlsheslo thank all members fukl friends who worl^d to maHe this  another successful smorgasbord.  Garden Club  elects 1972 executive  LAST meeting of the 1971 season for tlie  Sechelt-Garden Club was held Thursday, November 3 and terminated with  election of next years' slate of officers.  Nomination chairman was . Mr. Gunnar  Hansen. -  New executive includes; President,  Frank Reid"; vice president, Alen ELlis;  secretary, Madge Hansen), treasurer, Janet  Allen"; social convener,'Vivian Reeves;  bulletin editor, Nancy Reid; show manager, Eric Neiison; directors, Susan Jensen, Joanne Postlewaite, Eric Neiison.  Mary de Hart'was appointed chairman of  membership. ........  Members moved to purchase a slide  screen, club raffle winner was announced  as Mrs. Joyce Williams, and* a question-  answer period followed.       ������-  '*  Club adjourned for winter recess and  will reconvene- for the new season February  3rd.   1972.  i,MttffW��gWi5S:  3SSi|  < 1  >  I  Not Good Enough For  Mortgage Through Tho Bqnk?  "  Money for Car, Vacation  7 or Education?  $1,500  , TO-,, -,  ,;;  $20,000  LOWEST INTEREST -RATES  *' ���'       ...'..}���''     -.-     i  '   For Infqrmqtion Call  88f7Q16  giiiiiiiiiiiiiuimiiiiigiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiuiiiiK  =  e  i  GIBSONS  SWAP & SHOP  BARGAINS  5 Pee. Dining Set ���  AM-FM Stereo  ..  30" Electric Staves  BEDS Single and King Size  Chest of Drawers  Oakr Dresser  Coffee Table  2 sets Skiis complete  and MUCH more  H Located behind  1   MacGregpr Pacific Realty Ltd.  1      . Gibsons,  B.C.  ililllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllUIIIIII^  costumes    worn    by  SHOULD   council   members   enjoy    the  son (TOcea^ Falls* ThrR^  when  they speak at council meetings as  do members  of  the Legislature and  tlie  "A By-law to establish a specified area within Electoral Area C of the  Sunshine Coast Regional District for the purpose of providing garbage  collection and disposal service. *".","  WHEREAS the Regional Board of the Sunshine Coust Regional  District has been requested to extend the service of Garbage Collection  to the communities of Sandy Hook and Tuwanek;  AND WHEREAS the Regional Board is empowered, with respect  to that part of the Regional District hot wilhin a city, district, town or  village to undertake any work or service under the provisions of Part  XVI of the "Municipal Act"; * .,  AND  WHEREAS  this  service  is  presently  being  provided   in  adjacent areas;  NOW, THEREFORE, the Regional Board ol' (lie Sunshine Coast  Regional District in open meeting assembled, ENACTS as follows;  The Regional Board is hereby empowered and authorized:,  1. To establish in Electoral Area C a specified area defined as follows  and to be known as the "Sandy Hook and Tuwanek Gaibage Collection  and Disposal Specified Ar^a" and such area shall be comprised of that  tract of land hereinafter described:  Commencing at the southwest corner of Lot 1:558, Group I, New Westminster District, being a point oh the Itighw'aler mark of Porpoise Buy  /in Sechelt Inlet, on the easterly shore thereof; thence in a general'northerly  direction along; said highwatcr mark to lhe 'northwest corner of Lot 32.59;  thence easterly along the northerly boundary of saiil Lot 32,59 to the  northeast corner thereof; thence southerly along the easterly boundaries,  of TLots'32,59, 1410 and 6715 to the southeast corner, of said Lol 6715;  tljcnce southerly in a straight line to the northeast corner of "Lol 4683;  thence,southerly along the easterly boundaries of Lois 4683 uiul 4687  to the southeast corner of said Lot 4687; thence easterly aiul southerly  along the northerly and easterly boundaries "of Lol 1.557 lo llie sdu'lheasl  ���corner (hereof; thence easterly, -southerly, 'and westerly along the northerly,  easterly aiul southerly boundaries of Lol  1,558 lo ihe'aforesaid southwesterly corner thereof being the point Of commencement.  2. To undertake and "carry out or cause to be curried oui and' piovide lhe'  service of garbage eolleelion and disposal iu aiul I'or lhe said specified  area,and do alt things, necessary hi connection therewith.  *���  3. The entire cost of providing lhe service of tgarbage eolleelion and  .    " disposal shallbe borne by the oWner.s of Inml in Ihe said specified luea  ,       nnd ii sum sufficient therefore shall be levied- ami raised in the manner  prescribed in the. "Municipal Acl" in each year commencing wiih the  ���" year1 J972, for, such period of lime as in necessary, on all hinds aiul  ���Improvement*", on the basis of assessment as fixed for, taxation I'or  school purposes,' excluding properly Ihal Is laxahk* for scliqol purposes  ���    only by special Acl, wilhin the mild npccilicd area,  ���^ d��71'I ��� ��,.?*l hh: I fi ct | j i r v 11 ji nIm^ 11 s I) c* I by lhis;,L*yj4j,^  oilier specified iiroi ,oi' i||eas lor lhe siiine purpose whellier contiguous  or nol, iu lhe manner provided in section 619(3) of the "Municipal  Acl."     ,��� ' '  ,5, 'Ihis hy-luw nuiy be'died as llie "Sandy Hook and Tuwanek Garbage  Collection and Disposal Specified Area I vstablishmcnl'Hy-luw No, .58,  .     1971". ,        ...  ���  '  officiated at  the double ring ceremony.  Tlie bride, given in marriage by her  father, looked lovely iii a white satin  gown and coat of white lace, wilh sleeves  full..-ai tlie shoulder and closely fitted  from elbow to wrist. She carried a bouquet of yellow roses and stephanotis. Two  of her attendants were her sisters; Kit,  who was maid of honor and Lorraine  Wlison, bridesmaid, both dressed in lull  length gowns of lime green Swiss crepe.  The other two bridesmaids, Shirley Wray  and Becky Collins, wore gowns of yellow  crepe. Thc mother of the bride chose a  pink ensemble wilh orchid corsage and  silver accessories, while the- groom's mo-  tlier   wore  a  smoke-blue  wool  suit, willi  black and white accessories.  i  Best than was Turn Frew of '"Richmond  and ushers were Lowther Warnat of  Richmond, the bride's brother, Ken Moffat aiid llie groom's brother, Bill Robinson.  Iu accordance wilh an old Scottish.,  custom, afler lhe bride had signed the  register, her aunt, Mrs. Fred Muir of  North Vancouver, fastened on her wrisl  a silver horseshoe decorated willi a design of wcdding'bells, whicli had been senl  lo her by her mother's aunt, Mrs. W  MucJ"iu*laiR.' of  Loch   Lomond,  At a rccejilioa. wjhich followed nt. the  Roy nl Canadian Legion Mall, West Vancouver, llio toast lo lhe bride was given  liy Mr. .1. M, Cooper.  Following a honeymoon In Lus Vegas,  tlio couple liavi" sei lied in North Vancouver, Among lhe guests who were in North  Vancouver I'or the wedding were Mr.niid**  Mrs,   Pat'Luomii,   Mrs,  Ted Surloort "'iind  son Johi),..Mr.,jiiid Mi's. ,1, M. Cooper, Mr  und Mrs, Kd Nicholson niid Mr, Tug N.v-  gurd, all of ihe Ihill'moon Huy urea, Mrs  Thf.'iliiiu   McLean   of   Wilson   Creek   and  Miii, Kdna lleliner, of CJIImonn,  In- 11171, BriliMh Columbia tic no ml  Triiiiiipoi-liillon Co,i|ipiiii.V ..announced II  would place lour "hIciiiiioi'h" lu riervice  belwceu Yule and Burkorville. Coiiche,.,,  resembling clrciiti wi\gonn were pullcil  behind, a sleaiu truclor wlileh burned  ' wood,  House of Commons?  'Hiis question prompted a heated deb-  ale at a session of the Union of B.C. Municipalities,   held  in   Esquimau.  UBCM Solicitor C D, MeQuarrie echoed the fears of several delegates when  he asked, "Would it open the door to  abuse?"  Councils now have what is qualified  pnwlegc, he pointed out. Members can  express themselves forcefully as long as  their remarks are not technically "mali-  cii>u-i'.  ���Some- delegates argued the municipal  governments should be accorded the same  stains as senior governments. Others  'claimed that immunity from legal proceedings was just one more step towards  ���permissiveness; r that council members  smoiild be responsible for what they say,  and therefore accountable.  l'ut to a vole, Iho motion that privilege  of, legul immunity should be extended to  eounciils  was overwhelmingly  lost,  Also losl, but'by a much smaller margin, was u resolution urging that any .elector, whether a 'property-owner or not,  should be allowed lo vote ou all "bylaws,  questions and submissions".'"  lAirs  Friday, November 26fh, 1971  MADEIRA  PARK COMMUNITY HALL  Ddors Open 7 p.m. (  ADMISSION $4 PER PERSSON  No Minors Admitted  YOU FflGUSIE IT OUT  When Is $22 per Hour LESS than $15.00 per Hour?  We use TD 24s - Approx weight 37 tons - at $22 p. hr,  Othej-s Uie approx. 10 ton machines���cloinQ local road work at  the lower rate, taking many hours to complete the Job, $22,00,15  LESS   than    $ 15.00    WHEN   THE    JOB   TAKES    I /'3    less   tjme.  L ,   . ' '       ' ,.v,  ,..       .,    ,('��� :, i .     "  "Wei leave our Customers Completely Satisfied". ���>���'.-..'  GUES9BOAT BAY ROAD BUSLDERS  MAPEIRA PARK, B.C. PHONE 883-2324  -?ZM  And, with all our plans, you get income tax advantages.  Our Guaranteed  Investment Receipts  Our A Fund  (American Investments)  OurB Fund  (Bonda)  OurCFund  (Canadian Invoatmonta)  5*5...  / rt vAcoml  \^J or alio  ,  IIRoyalTnist  Wrllo or colli  Dond  Evoni,  Roya) Truit Tower,  555 flurrard Street, Vancouver 1, B.C.  OurMFund  (Mortgagee)  combination of any   ithose,  j  ���  RRAD A VIHHT TIMR iliis W tif  KHAD A'SKCONI) TIMI7. Ihis iluy' ol'  KliADATMIKD'UMIUIiis -   -Iny'of  t(in"  i��J7i  'I'nkc intlicc llutt llio ilIiovc Ih ii Iriiv' oopy til'.lho propuscJ by-law upon  wliicli llic vole ol' llic owncr-clcciorfi ��f llio nron spocil'loil in llic hy-luw  will he liikcn nl lhe DiivIh Mny lilouicnliiry Noliool, I>nvis Huy, II.C. on llio  Jlth rl;iy nlDcranhcr, I^VIrhchvcoii llic lioiirvoi-oi)?lii o't-look in llior  forenoon and uiiiii. oVIooK in llic alicrniKiii, ami Unit O, li. .Uiinnl Im;.  been appointed Kctuijitn^.,011k-cr lor llio piiipoho. nl tiikiiiji aiul'ivcouIiiijj  llic vole of mvneivcleclors. , ' ,  i)aio(hir]^)avinK>rijiih vsTFTifiiirnr Nnri\vmncT7"^Trr" "^"":  (.'IIAKMiS I-. (iOOI)IN(i  ��� ��� i    ���,'   ���      ��� ���' -.���',���!        'Secretary'  BBSES  ���SMS  SV  !  "^  1  ���  s  W/*f*W*f^  4   I  *      * ,        r    . .^.s. ,..,..',..,   ,  J   .   r       ,,,.,...,,,,        ,   ..   ��r./r  r*.*<.**000  +  ��r.   +   *.0,.0i,.it,, ,   ,        , .   ,   t A   ,. .   .   .  *   ^  4 ,   ���    . . .   UJ-JJIJ*  0 it * >  * t   ���   *  *  '  *   <J_ab   t,J  I J   ,   ,J   ..*.*.  ��� "fi*    ";**^*^"*'<''-'**'"','"-^'"'"ri,'i'j;'f"*.**.-k^. u*., J*.*'*. ', ,*,,,. i,^. ,.j^���* *.*.* * * **����*, a. .vs^-^.��-^*^ r��"* ',*.-"* *f*"i*l^^*'^wwJ,t^^f��^ff^|f��fe^*M  ���*" j, v  v    ^atfa^^^^r^'wwfis"*" '���(i*��^-;j-;c*���?'^^cs,*r)r r-"^"rC.*^K^*��^.Ti^**e^ *-?>*tr^-r~ &*tt*&5&*c.* *^*.����f-"asj- S~A<^j: i'^< .^"��?-���aa.-tr-"*!"   "smi*;^ <w��cv*'^��1����ft->���':5-"V"*,^r''  *.*���-.    i    "-'~ .<"*"V3"^"W^ v*^1-^^-**^ ;j> !*^^i!fl^^l*a,|^*^^��<5 "^ :s*iw*--,~J��S re ' '    ��� * f  r V ,       .  ,      1  *Mj.  '*      r*  ���r-f '"���*  0   t    0   f  * V  J  7    X  -.'  ..00 r**t   *, ��~  1,.? *  .-:* *  t        f  *��f v-  "-,*<��� ���'���'  /' >  *.- r>-  .*.<"  C  iV���� '>|y>.��w*i<>i����v*  f       a-V       ^ _ t  �� > I . -        ' >  J ���. *r  V   .   rr    ������.���*  ��� r *  *��� r r ,  A-*  M    * �� ',    f   V  *.   f*  *        *���   ��� 4   *   f  *  '   S I  I  .  *  < *  ��� J." V  (j  action  limits gym lunciions  CONSUMPTION. o'J!. alcohol . on school  premises will al*isolve the insurers of  risk ancV has resulted in the School Board  ^ placing a b��n on. all social functiorib m  schools .vuhei-e alcbhoJic beverages will be  Rervod.  This will, mean that Elphinfatone gym?  nasium which is the only sizeable place  where community social functions can  be lielcl in Gibsons, is no longer available  il,liquor is.4o be served.  Request from the Sunshine Coast Kiw-  anis Club Ui'at 4'he access road to the iear  of Elphinstone Secondary School be used  as an ..emergency route for the pi oposed  Senior Citizens Residence met with the  ^Sai^-^o'aJ'd's approval Jast week. Chains  will be placed across the road to pi event  unauthorized  vehicles  from  using  it.  Power Squadron holds  third general meeiing  THIRD general meeting of the Sunshine  Coast Power Squadron for the 1971-72  season will be held Novehiber t9th at the  Wilson Greek- Community HaM. Aboard  will be two men well experienced in the  "Ferro" cement boat building industry;  Geoff Wellens, vice president and general  manager of Samsdn Marine Design Enterprises and company chief designer Cec  Norris.  * ������ A .slide presentation and general discussion oh ferro-cement boat building will  provide un interesting evening. Slides will  deal Willi, construction from start to completion of a 45' ocean-going ketch. Discussion will centre upon similar construction of power boats from 30' and up. It  is noted that the 45' ketch "can be built  by the home builder for'a cost of appiox iinately   $15,000.     .  Both speakers will be'prepared to  answei' questions on any and .all aspects  ot  lerio-cement boat construction.  Meeting will be. at the usual time���  1J00 hours. Sandwiches and coffee will be  provided later in the evening. All members and those qualified for membership  are  CQ��HalJv--invitr>rl   ^i-ir>o.���4  cmtHtrHy-iiu'ited  aboard.  -ii'  *   i  li   "  i /      -  i. i      / /   *i\    'W  !   v -.    .  - y  :������)  I  t      i  /.<*,'���.  ~~.r  v ' ^HFf\/r I f- *'* >* i     Tl"-  yimi ��� ** -'������?������--  \      L  ib*-**  ��$Z-,<i     ,   ,r'    *��l    <&h*>0.'  ^JJ{ iv-^vr fh  wrfmii -^-i' :���������?���?,  ��� '*rf*vA ut��:>'.      V/ti (     , ��� ,^t .  'i'��.'r& yw &'���  '  i  J  J  ,       \      '"    ' XmwvmJ-il    r^fef7 V     '       '"  \-    .   *'f| "-'ill ^ fir i T       U   - x  "***"<��.  0..T00  i  //  --I  ^,,"r^^Vr^t.��^S5iL: :,  Remembrance  Flanked by the ROMP and special    Remembrance Day ceremony at Se  - .i...-. r if., ,1-n-n ��hi>  detail from*-the Indian Student Band,  a young scoiit gays tr;ibu'te duringJthe  light, laid the first wreath on the  chelt where Silver . Crpss   Mother,    cenotaph. Rev. Dennis Popple gave  Mrs.  Alice   Batchelor, pictured ori    the address, ���  ,3f��ga^  " i  A QUARTERLY MEETING OF THE  WILL BE HELD AT THE COMMUNITY HALL  MADEIRA  PARK  Saturday, Hov. 20th, 1971 at 3. p.m.  V..J ^ II'     '  n I* i,  i.��  (Outboard and In-Out)  SEE  PMW BOATS  for  Repairs, Winterizing  -        and Storage  290 W 3rd, Von. - 874-5919  Use 'Times' AdBrieis to Sell Rent Buy, Swap, etc.  T  l ,4-?aNJ*��**>irS  WITH Vi INCH RUBBER BACK IN STOCK.  FOUR LOVELY COLOURS���  Orange Grove,  Riviera  Sand,  Blue Bell, Maple, Maize.,  12 FT. WIDE  PER SQ. YARD  V^ffi^JBifV'ff **���������" ^ ^<s*a>    je  */^\**r .* \  -'. ���   -" ~-  jf*e*~v~~*r ^Jl J  '"Siiiiiiiiimiiir n    1  ENINSULA  Section B  Wednesday, November 17, 1971  Pages 1-6  IES  Evenings at 8:00 p.m.  Wed. 17 - Thur.  18 - Fri. 19  A <GUNFIGHf'.  Johnny Cash and Kirk Douglas  ADUILT  TODAY THEY'LL PAY  Attl|Uni.*M4<.l  n��j-wi O'^Noil  >*l\.>t,**UU't\  *,,t**\      t,lf..i%- 'l  00-        ���../����� P. ���  SAT, 20  SUN. 21  MON. 22  Sechelt Band . . .  Indian Affairs Minister  opens new CotiricII office  BJSCillSLT   Inchon   Bund   moved   a   step    smorgashord 'luncheon 'served in llie Se-     'p  OiFTHE  Tues. 23-Wod. 24-Thur. 25  ; , ���*, h ...  tiiiiNi'virvi: �����"  1 BUJ0LD  '    DONA 111  Oil 1 n C/K.WUN i) ,. ,hSMi;i lVi, ;0W ^,  NEXT WEEK  THE ORIGINAL  uiafit  (inwi'ftjuni.'i'Sri  ��"��� �������%��! t'1'ttNli.'Ol.O!"  ' r^*mt*Huimm 0  ALL SHOWS IN COLOR  TWILIGHT THEATRE  Qibsons 886-2827  closer to iidiTiinislration of its own  afl'airs wlien Incljun Aflairs "VHnister Jeaii  Chretien cul lhe ceremonial rihhmi which  otl'icially opened theadminislralive oi'l'icu  ���building in Sechelt on Wednesday November 10th.  Housed in wlial was loriiierly lliu Indian Day School, Ihe redesigned building  will bo used Cul* admlnislralive uiul eduea-  lional |Mii-poses.- The council chamber Is -"  decoVatud wllli Indian carvings and arll-  I'acts and is Iho largest cou.ncil chamber  oiiailuV 'Sotilliern Sunshiiui Const, Also  carved by local craftsmen Is the 12 by ti  fool, mahogany council (able used for  lhe first lime last Wednesday when Hon, ���  Joan Chrelicn and Uie lh'ni. Paul SI,  Pierre sal lii council with Mine-hull. Himd  members aiul-visiting cjiiel's unci digni-  litrhiH, wnlchml by a crowil of invlliJil  guests'and filmed by -CMC TV,' "�����**  Offices incliuln Ihose of Secliell Indian Maud Chief Henry 1'iiull; iidiniuiHliii-  lor of Suimhiiiii Const Tribal Council-  Clai.oucii .loo; Home and School co-iirdlii-  uliir Toddy ,Ion; Sunshine Coast Tribal  Council Wiirltur, Mrs, Kd. Cuyllls, liuid  ^evoloiimeul nfl'lee and secretiu'lal of-  rices, Thua building will it\un- conlnin a  libi'arjl' and bnsenxtiil .clnssrooiiis will -be  used lor cdiiculliiiitd |)ju'|ioiiiw nml a workshop  Is Jllllllllllll,  ������' ,Th�� SiinshiiieConst ���Trl|"nl ("ouncil l��  11 regliiilAriiriliuil'/iiUoii niieniliiiiiiisiiig lhn  districts of lloinaJi'o (Cluu-eh House); Kin-  Iioohii (Hqillrrcl Cove); SHiiuiiiioii (I'o'well  lllvnrj ahd Heeliell. As administrator, Mr,  Clnreiicn .Jim will Wiil'l" out of |||ii ceoliul '  Heolmll Olflt'i,-,     , ,       �� 1  Many visiting chiefs ntlebijod ihn  o|Miii|nn dl' the new officii blocli Iiicluillng  Chief l)an Oeorge, C|i|nf Hlliion Haluir  mid Clildt ,|tii- Mllchnll, liiclciiienl, weather  "pi'wrihKi ihrcinnrir''rivnhrRi|Tiirrnr"f!.,vir"*'"  niid Church IIi'mim- , fiom nll'iniling lhn  ci-i'inuohy, Ainu piesent wan (iuy It, WIN  Hnnm, I'rciililenl ol Hm Native liroiher-.  alnnid ,ol'- lblllhli Coliuiilila unit iiiiliilslini'  of 'Tlm N'nlh'it Voice; l��V��ul l''itvnl, cdllur  of the f'li'Ml C'lll/.eiMiiid J)e||ie|'l duei'lll,  l'0|)reselilll)g llm liuiiin of II.C��� Chiefs,  More (him mie hundred ninl Iwenty  piM'MinN weir guc-Nts fit tin- opening mid  eheJt Stiulenl Resilience gymnasium,  Where head table guests also included  Hon. Paul,St. Pierre and Hon, Isabel  Duvyson.  .. Tribute        Sending a surge of pride through' this  little community of Sechelt, young  people turned out in force to join the  "Remembrance Day parade leci by the  Sechelt Indian Students' Band under  direction of Father Dunlop. Br��wn^  ies, Guides, Cubs and Scouts joined  Legion members and Veterans in  solemn remembrance of those who  - -paid the supreme sacrifice in battle.  Luw fl-ying planes from Tyep Ai'r-  w.iys dipped their wings in salute  , and the band played "This Land Is  Our Land" prior to llie two minutes  of silence observed ut IJ am. last  hursduy.  A.sturdy hard wearing double jute back carpet. 100% Dupont Nylon.  High-Low Swirling Design made by Harding. 2 Colours only���Solar  Gold and Fern Moss. Our installed price $7.95 per sq. yard includes  underpad, wall to wall installation, metal trim in all doorways.  WITH  RUBBER BACKING.  6 beautiful colours.  12 ft. wide.  Ruby Red, Sea Spray, Forest Greeri; Olive,  Copper, Golden.  ALL LOW PRICE.  PER SQ. YD   GUI  NEED TEMPORARY  OFFICE  HELP?  K  SOS  SECRETARIAL  OFFICE SERVICES  can supply skilled  ��� Secretaries  ��� Stones  ��� Copy Typists  ��� Receptionists  ��� Bookkeepers  By hour, day, week or nionih  Phone 886-7326  Also odor PHONE-IN dictation  nnd typing sorvlco , , , same  tlay delivery,  mm0fmmmm0mf0mma0m  ���sjixssu.^��:��^L^^ ,,  1   FREE  CARD  FIRST 3  GAMES  LEGION BINGO 219  Thursday, Nov. 18  Dec. 2 and 16  ' COMMUNITY HALL  ROBERTS CREEK  ��� BRING THIS CUPPING���'  FOR IN-OUTDOOR USE.  6.ft. and 12 ft. wide in 5 colours*.  PER SQ. YARD     FLOQRCDVERINGS'.iTD.  1659 Siihshi-ie Coast Highway at Wyngaert Road, Gibsons  &  Phone 886-7112  'ir- CARPETS   ir TILlS    ir LINOLEUMS  ���     ������*������ HOURS; -        - -   Closed Monday, Open 9 a.m, - 6 p.m. ���-7 Friday Night fll 9 p,nn,  ��MMM��1��M01O1W^  io oil oitjonl/'iUon'-, union:*, chilwoiui privuio |*hii||o*> io iii:��cmw  for Iho upcomlitfj vuvxhi. Wo oMmi loll locjljlk!!i ��mi our fjrcml&os, out I  con cilr.o color <lo your |��oiiy on your'|irnm|i,ot��,'  RESTAURAKT ��� MOTEI,. ��� CATERING  Sunnycrcist Plrtxa  ��� 0(16-9015 ,���*��� Gibsons  S2S  tfmtf  '������������  o  O'  'MM  o  o  "���IN  o  MX*  ���rir"  ��� IMM  'O  aal.d  O     -  III.*  o  mil  Ll.,0.  i19r  alii*  al,..  1^  "!||  ���te  ���������>��  te  'HID  te  te-  n,i.  te'  te  ii,������  te  ������>.���  te  te  ���>M��a  te  ,��t*  te  l',t*  te  te-  We'd Like to Help Yoii  To Help Others  -/������'  HERE'k MOW; If you <lom��to $6,00 to ono of tlio Chritstiiniu  Charity FiiimI�� lifted holow, Coast CaMo Vi��iou will prospnt  you willi a froo cablo viaion connoctioti (or oxtra outlot).  ��� Morn Is nil that U required! Hnnd  HU a rlioi|iio or money order In ill"  amount ot fS.OQ, drown In toyor OF  ONB QF 'THE CHARITY FU^PS  SHOWN BBI-O^i  Ladict Au-x|||ar|os >o"  St. Mary'ii Hospital   ���, Ay.Q\l -, .������.,,,,,,:,.���...  Sun&lilnc CoaM  Lioiit Club  N0T"*i .Thl-t 5|��oc|ol*>Clirl��tmni  amropptlwot^fii,rWa%imr\iiiii  ��������������� -.-01,4 Only Whom;, CABI,f.  VISION Fncllltle* Arn Pr��ienlly  AvilloMo,  w  ���MRW  0000000*  "00B00*  ���- ���'.', ��� ������'.������        ���   ���������"' ���"       ��� ���    ������������������ ��� ���      --���������  ThM, SPECIAL CHRISTMAS OFFER will apply only to  piovldo sorvlco to now spbscrlbQrs or oxtonslons on  existing installations-, (It, doos NOT cover local moves  or surcharges etc)  l\ I     ��� ��� ���  ' I    ���'��� '      'I  IMIifcillllUliiiiilWllMiii., K..00..  000000  OCtJi  T*r Wo will ondoovor to comr  ploto oil  CHRISTMAS SPECIAL  "���I �� . t  it  InMallalioiis hoforo CliriMnioci,  but llWa cannot bo giiarnntccd.  THIS SPECIAL CHRISTMAS  OFFER IS ELECTIVE ON  NOVEMBER 1 StH' ANI> EK-  PinES AT 5 PM7DECEMDER!  PHOIME 086-2444  18th, 1971,  *>'  te  ���te  ���������i  te  te  ���t<>,  te  te  te  te  �����!,,  te  0.,���  te  ��� ���Ml  te  ���������,  te  te  ���te"  #���,,,  te,  #���!���  te'  0m,,,  te-  #���>>,  te-  ��� ���Mia  te  ttt��*,i  #��������,  te  ������I,.  te  ������f,i  te'  ��.,���  te  *�����<>  te  ��� ������a,  te-  te  ���I.,,  .te-  '����������;���  tern,,',,  te  te  te  ��� III!  te-  te  ���I,,,  .te  ���I,,,  te  "A!"  te  atoiMwtw^  * '.  >  ��� J  If ��� ' >'l  F ''  SI. Mary's Hospital . . .  Ireland rules lai<  own.  otenucu patients  , . v New  Executive  Official-installation of the new exe- urer, Ot;to Odermatt, George Cooper Dave Johnston.past president. Seated  cntive of the Sunshine Coast. Kiwanis president, Mick Parsey vice presid- from left Bob Emerson, Oscar Hogue,  Club, was held last-Saturday at the ent. Charles Young Lt. Governor of Danny Wheeler,  Bill    Wright' and  Cedars Inn, Gibsons; from left"*rear, .Vancouver;    Bill Haley   secretary, Charles Mandelkau.  Ken GoddardrlJ&rHe Anderson treas- ' '\ t   ADDITION  lo St. -Mary's 'Hospital  will  hove its ott'kual opening in a few  wooks and a news release- from the Ad-  n. mistral or states:  It is tJiought Hint a review oT the rules  governing  the  ���'acute' en re"  of the  hospital   should   be  published���nt���thw time ���  and followed next week with those of the  '"extended care" unit  Starting with admission to the lios-  pital, there mjust be a scliedule of priorities, especially in a^ smaller hospital of  limited space. First on tins list, of course,  is the emergency where the ptiticnt must  have immediate liospitul care else his, or  her life be endangered.  Second is the situation whereby a pnt-  / ient  must  liave care as soon as possible  but   not   necessarily   immediately  Thirdly, the case of elective treatment  or Surgery lo be performed as soon as  conditions permit. -  Except   in   emergency  treatment,   the  re-admission on tho priority list,      \    .  When a patient is sent to the hospital,  by n. physician; lie or she is' dire<jfi*Hl;#^.y,  one of the medical staff on call��� ���tp&'ffirlt  mission  diagnosis  and   treat*aine'nt^||i'e"j^.^i''  is no information given regardiiVg'-'tifpait- ''  ienl's condition other than "good, lair for  poor" condition. Tlie attending physician -  is tlie only authority for furtlior Int'orrn-  . ation.  Admission to, or discliarge frorn, tlio  liospital is scheduled by the. admitting  departrnenl and discharges must be on  or before 1 p.m.  The  udmiting  clerk  will  inform*; 'the:  physician    of   available    acconvinotlfitVp'  and if this is satisfactory \vi4| inform'-t|^  patient as to time of admissioii.. She will  also inform the doctor and patient if an  emergency has taken the available .space.  Time for  admission  is , not   later. tiuuijS, "  p.m.   with   appointment   being  cancelled  iP<-ge B-2 The Peninsula Times  Wednesday, November 17, 1971  DONT KNOW  WHAT TO  BUY HIM  FOR  CHRISTMAS?  Come In and chock  our *pe'cioU���Could  be ChristntaS  shopping savings.  .SALE  on Gibsons Wharf  Phone  886-9303  -  Gibsons,   B.C.  patient must, oh admission to the hospit- at 4 p.m. if the patient does not appear,,  i.U,  make  financial arrangements.  A de- except   in  unusual  pre-arranged  eircum-  posit of $10 is required. In casses of em- stances.  ergency    these   arrangements    must    be At the time of discharge a. nurse-will  made   before   discharge.   Once   admitted accompany llie patientto the business of-  there  is  no   leave  of  absence or  permit lice  and  then to  the   door.  The  patient  -to leave and return. This would be con- 'will be  provided  with  a  wlieel-chair or.  sidered   a   discharge   and   would   require st/retcher if necessary.  -"���    ~r*    ~   ~     :  ' ;    !  : '      \    ���**��� ~-     ~J~. ���*  Madeira Happenings  Appreciation  Valuable donation of bulldozer equipment and time whicli helped clear the  way for construction of the proposed  Kiwanis Village for senior citizens in  Gibsons led to Mr. Ed Johnson receiving a Kiwanis "Thank You1  certificate at last Saturday's bari-  ���quet in the Cedars Inn. Pictured from  left during the presentation are;: 1,1.  Governor Charles Young, Kiwani  president Mr. George Cooper, Mr.  Johnson and'past president Mr. Dave  Johnston,  INTEREST, ij? picking up considerably in  the House standings at school with a  close race developing between Houses II  and IV. House III is still far out in the  lead with 35 points, and House I in the  basement with 13 points. There has been,  quite a good turnout for all House games.  Ketn> it up kids! /  Our scliool teams go visiting next week  Willi  the  boys'   and  girls'  soccer  teams  playing Laugdale..*Elenientary at  the Se-  - chelt grounds. This should prove to be an  exciting series of games.  There are five full weeks of school  loft before the Christmas holidays and  certain rooms are getting their pjays and  clioirs ready for the concert. The Grade  Sevens are working on a play" called'  "Snoopy's Christmas." It is a real ",fun  tiling."  Report cards are coming out during  the week of November If) to 19---shudder,  shudder, shake. I hope everybody has  worked hard this term.  Remember that Canada Book Week is  ji.Iso from Nov. 15 to 22, read a good book,  linve  you   entered   the  district   contest?  The  Gymnastic  Club  is  starting   try-  ���by Roddy Tait  outs, and all interested are urged to turn  out for a position ori the squad. Watch  for further announcements.  KNOW YOUR BIBLE  CAMPAIGN  In order to encourage a greater Interest  in  the  Scriptures a  special  FREE Home Study Bible .Course  is  now being conducted.  This course is:      ���* -. __   i  ��� Completely underiominqtional  *���  Absolutely free of charge  ��� Conducted entirely by mail  (No one will call except on  request)  ��� Based directly on the Bible  FOR FREE LESSONS  Apply: E. B. Sevorson,  Box 468, Gibsons, B.C.      -<*--  Dancing 9:30-1:30 a.m.  MUSIC  BY  e  Highway 101  Saturday, November 20  COVER CHARGE  Phone 886-2472  A SPECIALTY  WITH  US  WELCH'S Chocolates  Donation  'SuPl)?,.:L,f01' hie, Sunshine Const Kl\v- nnis president.-(ieoi-De Cooper Is Mr.  ���Jill's Sonini' Citt/ens Housing is be- lUiy ('Iminborlin (i'IkIiI!) of lhe Sun-  eomiiiK evident, in lhe wnrin-lionrturt shine Const. Skate Clnl), whieli has  generosity of clubs and individuals, pledged all lis profits o this cause,  presenting a cheque for $200 to Kiw-  FINE  SWISS  WATCHES  ELT JEWELLERS  Socholt, B.C.  i  885.2421  ���mrnHmmmfim mi*m*%*Mm0mmmm0mmmmmM4m��mn*mmmm0*0* ����� wm,  ^jM  JUVa/  w&m  "T  IF  A  na  awmiumwiwww���iimiii��ii��mii.��  NYGREN SALES  (1971)  LTD.  Yoiir BAPCO PAINT  DEALER in GIDSONS  bn Iho Wharf - 006.930^  Quality  Holmo" and Marino  Palnl,  mmmmmmmmt*Hm*mm*mm0*m*u*Mm0mm0*��  mm*m*im)h*.m**Um��wwm*min*mm*w<m0*  PENINSULA  PLUMBING LTD.  Dealer for  Super Kopi Tone   ,  and Sherwln Williams  Gibsonu - 006-9533  mtM*mm<*i**m0mmmm**<**^**mmmmmm3  organ's  VWear  G.W.G--Wortc CtVftet  Work Gtorea  SECHELT, B.C.  HOME HANDYMAN WALLPAPER TIPS  DO'S and-DONTS-  DO-~|"ornov(i wnllpqpor witli n wallpaper Mranior, with warm'walor and  vlii'HKir. f'r wllh a coimmirclqr wfillpaiMfc rnnove.i mixi'il will* wuli-r, Tlm  wollwr t|i��i pniiori llm n<n|nr It i; io rnrn'ivo,  DON'T���wot vinyl wq||coynrlnn*i ynu wlMi In remove unlev. neri",r,aiyj  iikinI can be dry snipped Irani wnlli by pulllini denlly.  DO - uncurl all rolled wallpaper by pulllnc) <xii o luw leel and iImi(1'|Iihi It  oyer .llxv.i'ilci" f'l " lahln, without any cieavi....Hepmii.. llm... vvwil tiding  over the ".liorl lenO'h, Tlm le'ilwill lie Hal.  DO ���������Mono wallcnyoriipfi frrim loll In rlnhl, Start nl ihn end of the .wrflb  or iiimI |o n thm or window. II yon are uMim o lanie oi very dellniln  pattern, plan to have n (oral point ovei the lireplnre or Mdn and ii'.e llin  r.etilie o| thl'i area a-i your'iiaiilnu iio|nt.   (    ,  DON'T�����PI>|y the lirst itrl|> ol rnvnrlnn pnlll ynu have dually (Jerldn'l  on the host plac^moni of tho papei pattern, f��hill an eKlia lono Mop up  and ilowns,  holdiiiq  II   temporoilly   In plnre  wllli  tliumh  lacK't,   picih plri'i v  or even mniklnn tape, itnlll yon iv.lnlilhh the inoM plernlno pltonnent,  DO���Um iho wipyoti linvn r loc I rl*?f r i mori o i vi prt 11��* il rt n< I n n/i N��" for ciil | f n i)  all otliopiY Match the pattern on'nil' Miccrmdllig Mflpi." ,  i tiON'T DON'T, DQN-T~7c1.it Mflpi to tho wnncr Icnnth nmletl; al|��iw niveral  ���Mra Incho'* ul Hot top ami bottom 1��r iriiiirrilny tutor, ��*tl|��r ih�� dlrip lu in  plqcff, ,,,������!. ��� '      i ,  ,.���:,;. .,_,���,, _.;_. ���_._���������,,.���. _i. ,���  _..   ..��� ..    , PART 3���NtXT WMK     f'        >\  READY-MIX COHCRET*;  ANP   niJILDING  SUPPLIES  Your Ono Slap Huilding  Siom l:nr All Your  DulldliHi Nopdi  GIBSONS BUILDING  SUPPLIES LTD.  1<J33 Sanvlow  phono 006J-2642  mmmfmMmm0mmmlfamm*mm+w*m4^m  i,  ���Un  "*0*0n*r*0*,0r0mw,mw*0mw*0*0*00**r*0ww*0m-0w  TWIN  CREEK u  BUILDING  SUPPLIES  Your,,  Gllcldon Point ft  Pooler,.  Tw�� Locations  to norvo  '",'   " you  Sumlilno Coast  Highway   .GIBSONS,.,... ..���,  806-2291  SECHELT  885-220B    .  r-^rTrn-"-T-^-TTnnTwnr'TTiiffiaTripti>i|gi.i��i^^  The Federal Government Is pulling 498 ���  rnlllion dollars to work, through p series  " of specific progmrris, to help creute jobs for  Canadians, Thlp messaflo.ls doslqned to  give you program details.  ���Working together witHthe individual  We're encouraging you lo act on your  own Initiative or through local government,  local organization-", and service grotips to    ���'  come up with Idon's for our'Local Inltlnllvon'  Program. For example, you may wish to  develop a day care centre In your town or  -���     hny number of servicer, that will make your  1  community a belter place. <  Thore-fi also aTralrilng-on-lhe-Job  Program lhat wlllwork Ihrotigh bunlnens and  Industry to expand opportunities for those  ����^wlio,orj0.unomploycd-or-hava.|Utlo-work--------  ��� oxperlenco.  if you^havo some basic experience,  we've extended the Canada Manpower  Training Program to help provide you with  additional learning.  WORKING TOGETHER WITH BUSINESS  AND INDUSTRY  -'���- ���       Thorn's n program of taxincentives or    direct payments to employers to encourage , *  them \o add trulnaos to iholr staffs through  tho'Tralnlng-on-tho-Jot) Progrum.Thln will  lielp the tralrieu grit wofk exi'eiieiicu thuLho ''  cap use In many jobs,  WORKING TOGETHER WITH THE  'MUNICIPALITIES   ..' ,.,���Tho foundation of nil munlclpnl nativity  *  In tho previously montioned Loci'jI Inltlallvon   ,  Program. This will help you support and spur  community projects that will give job!.; to  people In your community who Iind thtfn-  oelve3 ^employed...-.���., ���-. ,^.~,._a~......  WOFWINGTOGETHER WITH THE PROVINCES*  Obviously, the municipal local Initiatives  Program will tie ih closely with the Provinces.  So will our Special Development Loans  Program that wllljlnnnoo npw.onplial works  projects. We'll be speeding up mortgage  approvals through the Central Mortgage and  Housing Corporation to get homesi'studbnt  housing and sewage treatment projecia  underway. ������  We also will bo making loans to exhibition commissions, boardrvnnd associations  to got you working on "multi-purpose fair and  trade buildings.  WORKING TOGETHER WITH FEDERAL WORKS  On our level, we'll be woiking to give  you more job oppprtunllles on maintenance  end improvement aclivllies on Federal buildings; transportation facilities; lorest and paik  projects; and many others.  WHERflTADTWO^^  The job etarts at your Canada-Man-*    ���  power Centre, For advice and assistance on  any of the programs that you Idol ahply to  you or your .community, gm^mk^hml  Um^aMmmmm^QmitQ, fheyTCahappy  to help you,with all t|ie Information thoy havo.  Whon Canadlana got Involved together,  Canada worke. -  Manpcrwor ^latn'^'oouvro.  and linmluroUon ct lmmlnr��ilon  I ,      ���       '     I I"' I  Ollu Unif, Mlnlulpr. .     i onu Uiih, Mlnlilr*  ���~t  **^ *^iMj���"*q��'Wfr��mi��Mip<iit.iff> *  *.****+*��� 00***0*t, 4t^i.r ��n -��#��� **, *> mat* ���  v.- 0.   *0 j  #. EoJberts Creek meet    - ^«^-^«i««^-!C^Qi       ■        of^Jor
^Wednesctoy, November 17, 1971       Thp Peninsula Tiroes
Pago ®<#
JUGULAR meeting or the Jloljevls Creelc
HotipUnl' Auxiliary, lieltl in the, Peninsula HoUH, vvfys . pvw?«.l<?<l With no excel
lord dinner and was jdt.en.ded by 'M rog-
iiiiii'- members,and t\vn new meinhers. *  .
Gift Shop committee chairman, Mr.i.^
\V; Gi'u.^e, reported that tlv&jiliop was of7
t'U'lally opened in llie foy^r oT iTie -lins-'
pital,   November  t\ih. $'■■
The RCH.A miiiual col'l'ee party will bo'
held   December   13  between  the  hours oC
10  a.m,  and   12  noon   in, "it he  lilmiry.
Next regular meeiing! is scheduled for
December 13 at !l p.m. and as usual, in
St. Aldan's Church Hnft."     '        * —
Members of the KC1IA. are. asked to
ncitpjjiiit their dav" for service in "ihe .gift,
•shop i.s Saturday between hours of 2 p.m.
to ">"p.m. and  5 to ti p.m.- -       <
**.mm^    0W|y|
One nian can easily in-
;j stall Ihu ligfilwBiijlit. m-
f-   *&« ii."^ bu l u le J   cIn inn9?.'. by
" "o*?■* ti'   simply  snap-locking llm
stfciiuns iijgatiiaf.
Tho bluinloai sleol Uud lis suirouiulod
by high lempmatuid insulation unJ
liuuadd In a mggou aludiiriunusqudio
casing. The ingirt^iioTi ip'aqurSdleiii lu
23 inches ol buck vvillioul Iho nuiss jihi
luaij Ql niiisonry. -4CItrne& cum(jlol<i>
wilh ram cap
Sin/da   liinu   und   money, .Available   in*
I ', 8" anil 10    Hub si/eo
Ash your dental lot Hqudte "»"
Ctuniiittyi ui wnlv . . ,
l ijeHOOD Manulaclurera. L|d.
T68 E '.Esplanade, No. Vancouvui, B C.
*00~*0Hr~0**m^,,i ,i i00v^00imii!iLm*mvm.w
Twin Creels
Building Supplies
Two Legations. To
Serve You „    .
Sunshine Coast Highway
.   GIBSONS—886-2291
qMc-tstiops answered
"THY word Is n lamp unto my feet, nnd
;i   light   unto   my    path."   Proverb?
I IP; 108.
Question: What is the-gnfaning oi the.
YPi'-'ie it\ .2 Cor. r»:7, "For we wnlk by
fufih, not hy-Hlflhir      "'   -
Answer; The New Toslamonl in modern NMfillKh by J. W Phillips im "For
u'e-liw* to live by linstlnii him without
fieeiny lurn'" winch is perhaps as good
n translation **'"" we need, Thp best Vom-
mentalorK on the Bilile hove said that
"sight" stahd"* for all the five senses. If
this were accepted, there would be less
disappointment.in the religious world and
fewer pchisips in  tlie body, the church.
• (iEphj:'4.|3-"*^38) In -other wordi*. the.serip-
Uires" t^eh-that Wo "should be guided by.
the wpni richer than by feeling. Rut just
as, Tjiomus said ".,. Except i shall see
it\: his hands the print of "the nails..."
(jjolm 30:1^5) so modern doubters refuse
t(fi believe without a physical experience,
Qvjesttlon! Is it necessary to believe in
a roHjiiKreetion in order l'i be a Christian?
* ... Answer: fo refustTfo accept the rcsuv-
rectioiv ak li f(*ct is to-deny the Christian
ifdthrecording to the fallowing scriptures:
a. "...And declared to be the Son of
'Clod wlCii power, according to tire spirit"
of holiness, •l>y Jhe VeKiiriection from -the
dead."  Jiom,   i:-l
li. "Por if the dead rise not, then is
i\ol Christ raised: and if Christ be not
raised, your faith is vuih; yF-tmr-yet- in
your sips. Then they which are fallen
asleep in -Christ are perished. If in this life
only, we ,hi"Ve hope in Christ," we are of all
nien most miserable." (First -Corinthians
1,1.:ifl.'l ».),'• " -        -
Questions -toi- I"ox. 4BB,  Gibsons,  B.C.
Job Opportunities plan
open to Indian people
MUTISM Cohimblxi Crovernmcnt, Job Op-
portunitjas Program is being expanded
In iiicliuU1 ..Indian people, under agreement, with, the federal Indian Affairs department.   , , I
Municipal Affairs Minister Dan Camp-
bell, uhuiriutti) of the governinenf's. Job;
"""Opportunities 'Committee, says' the agreement moans Indian people who have been
receiving social assistance for three
months and have been residents of B.C.
for a year will be able to supply Jor Certi-
ficate.s of ■ Opportunity. Employers who
hire Certificate holders in new jobs last-
ing eight Weeks or more will be reimbursed for'50 per cent of wages or salaries,, including   fringe   benefits.
All administrative work will ho lian-
dlerl by' the Job Opportunities Committee
but, in the case of Indians, the reimbursement will come from the federal rather
than lhe provincial government. Indians
will, be certified by the local offices,from
which Ihey receive their social assistance!. .,
m**0*0*r*0*.,nm ■   ... ■■ „■, ...i.i ,     ,   ,       j,..,...., ,,.  ^-'-|i|-'i fl"|i 'I imm pnHllT1 lll|-'ll"ll -| ' ll'll^   » HI nt«^»>—«i,|»ii,nj«i
Cltj@0V&    PRESENT
,. A three act play by: Jfean Anouith
NOVEMBER 25-26-27 and DECEMBER 3   4
8:00 p.m. Donation $1.25
T*«nrinf rmrir^r.rln~i"MMrMr**M''''r'M*'^^
>«jH Highway Patrol
(QU10RTIONH pertaining t"3 traffic Jaws
and driving methods may he submitted
to Csl. Hon Mangan, e/o 'Hie Peninsula
Times, Bo\- 810, Seciielt, B C. or phone-
Q   Whflt   are  tlio  insurance   requirements on towed -vehicles'" '•',.,'■
A.  This Wflff covered   in  a  previous
column, but I'll try to make' it a IUUp
clearer: (1)7 It* a_vehicle is being towed
by »  tow-car either Jjy  tow-bar. of su-
■ spenslQ.iv ot either front or rear wheels,
as  no driver  is  involved,'no  insurance
' piilicy foi; the operation oi' the' towed
vehicle is necessary- Tbe driver of. thp
towing yeluele must, of c(»m*se, be able
to. produce evidence of a valid insurance
policy foi* the operation as required under
Section 1R(?,) (a> -of th'e Motor-Vehicle
(2):'If a'vehicle is being towed'and a
person lijis cont ml of steering and bralv-
ihg of'tjie toWed vehicle, the person in-
(.-harge 6f-the veliicle liei|\g towed must
hold ;a" driver's licence find insurance on
the towed  vehicle is neceSsary.      • .
The^fefoii-'e:-- under circumstances .(D —
Only tlie dii vet of the tow-car is required
tp produce valid and sulisisting motor-,
vehicle lialiiljiy -insurance card or financial responsibility card -covering the
operation of, the. tow-car--under circuni-
stance.s. (2)- -The driver of the towing vehicle and the driver of the towed vehicle
are tu>lh required to produce valid and
syih&isUng- motor-vehicle l.iahil.ily insurance cards or financial responsibility
cards covering the. operation of the ve^,
.hicle of which lliey individually have
cont ml.
l;,ace Shields and Motorcycle, Riders:
The Motor Vehicle Branch has ret-eived a
report from Manitoba, concerning a face
shield bubble for Mint drey cle riders made
in Itjily thai has poor light transmitting
properties, _particularly in , tlie red..«pec.-...
truni. Tests have louiid that -the shield
nearly totally absorbs the red light with
the result that the wearer is unable to
distinguish i;ed lights. This caused u motorcycle rider to; very .nearly run into
several yejjicles which were hraking and
lo go through an intersection . against, a
red light which he could not see. The
shields have- been-" withdrawn from sale
but 200 wove sold in various.parts of Can-
ud$>__before the fault wns noticed. "The
description of the shield is: 1. SAS Jolly
plastic- Retalla-Milano—deep blue in
color. Any person with one of these
shields should stop using it. To use it will
inevitably lead lo an accident.
Winter Driving: One of the cardinal
rules for safe winter driving is . . . Follow
at a Safe Distance. Motorists, are urged
to lengthen the margin between vehicles
on slippery roads and streets. Official
tosts have shown that without lire chains,
studded tires yr. good-whiter I ires it lakes
from three to. twelve times ns far - to
'cnnre to a halt on snow and ice a^ on
dry pavement. Use of tire chains, studded
tiros or winter fires reduces braking
distance, and provides often-needed traction to keep going or to get started when
. snow or ice copditipns are bud-
Rilverloh wiis first named Four Mile.
In Ifliia it was tho community's claim
Ihal KID, Hlnuu;i;rn arrived lhere every day.
of Joyce McCriR-41-B
FAMILY and friends of Mwgnerit^ Joyce
McCrindle    of   Madeip    Pai'lc' were
hocked by her "recent death.
Her husband, Bill, survives her, alsb
iheir chidren, Vale'ry/tMrs. B. -Pawson) •
lhn Jr. and Susan, n\ grade:JJ stpdent at
I'l-ndi'i- Harbour High, her mother, JVIrs,
l.ihiin Bicluirdson- in—Bii^faiWl and two
grandsons,  Richard and Russell.
Joy was boriT-a'nd educated in "England
where she   per/orm'eck the -difficult  task
Red and White Store
changes ownership
REOM-AN'S Red and White store in Se-
fihelt clianged hands on Monday November Ifith when jl became Sechelt
Super Market No 90ft f\ member of fhe
Kelly Pouglns chain,
Former owners, Mr, ami Mrs, Jack
Redman opened tlieir fir/:t store in Sechelt in MHO and will be greatly missed
from tlie business world as they liave
served the community we|l.    ,
Mr-  Bruce"Redman will  continue  to
ol winning an Engiish scholarship. ShS" officiallv on Thursday morning after hav-
niel and married Bill MeCrindle when ing'been closed .s'lnTiTMohday. New maiV
he^was-serving w.ith   the   Canadian Air-     affer is m,.   n,,inn Mnni on,,   ti,« „.,^.i„„
iiiicc- overseas. Thoy came to Canada
wlien the Second World War was over.
I'm- Bill it was a return, home, for Joy it
. wns a new country. They made theii; first
home"'in Vancouver. '■>   .
,Juy was the name by which Mrs. M.c-
CnwUe-was known, those who knew her,
knew that she had earned' her name.
Wherever she went, Joy went witli ■ her
and remained after slie leJft. She was. a
iriend to people, animals, piantSi books*
and the arts. She was the possessor, of
many sJHH»--tind talents: Writing", sp^ak
nig and many, of the handicrafts and arts
were at her command. A most imselfsh
woinaii, Joy used her skills and talents
In help with community work, working
Im the community of Madeira Park- long
before she moved there permanently.
After she established .year around residence, she worked for several organizations. Upon request from the Ratepayers
Association she went on the committee
that   is   working   to   establish   a   medical
• clinic at Madeira Paivjc where, with her
ability to write and spealc, she was considered a  very' valuable  n^ember.
Although Joy had a remarkably pleasant and warm personality, probably her
most outstanding quality was that her
wo.i'd was ah.soliitelv good. .Joy could be
depended upon lo do whatever she said
she would do, lulhennOre, she did it as'
if it   wu.-*  her  greatest   pleasure.
This is the "Del'nition of Success."
whicli she kepi in her purse and in the
desk where she vyojked. "To laugh often
and nuicji; ,U)^win the respect of ...il.ite.UL.
gen I people and the affection' of children;
to earn the appreciation of honest crit'ets
and endure the "betrayal of false friends;
to appreciate beauty; to find the best in
others; to leave the world a bit better,
whether by a healthy child, a garden
patch'or a redeemed social condition;, to
know even one life has Jj real bed easier
because you lived. This is lo have succeeded..". "
Joy lias gone long before her expected
life span was spent, but, in our minds she
will live, on, strong, vibrant, dependable
and full of fun.
ate   Invited   to   demonstrate
and sell ot the
DECEMBER 10,11  and  12
Contact 886-7592 by
November 26th
ager is Mr. Brian Maclean. The sudden
changeover precludes further details nt
this time but a lull announcement "will
be made nest week1.
Gov't Certified Electricians
SATURDAY, WOVEIVIBiER 20th .**>. 8.-p;m>.w1 a.m.
Music by the Pen: Kings    7
$5 per couple
For tickets phone 885-2459 or 885-9785
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;'■■■■; .ONLY-11 LOIS LIFT
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aaL   885-9767a Box 189, Sechelt
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For Qlotir oliarp' ptdttirob.- Kll Innliidoa film-nnd
Magloubo.   MloAi nuqgontoa roiflii prlco 27.0s
.We»torn'a Plica  pi QQ
Mffl.'a si|poo8tod rolall prlqa |2,00
WoM«rn'*i Pclco 1  I
Chock f/ioso and tho many alitor axciting Christmas Items
on salo now through November 30f/i.
WW * 0f,     t
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Your family pharmacy
""7"r0fcO V9RJCE SHOWER SOAP     ^Tl
On a cortf, Mfo.'« *mnao8i«ti retail piico 2,2s
Wo»lorn'» Pilco 1 AQ
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,    •* ,1,    ga   li      '""
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Gibsons Western Drugs
Stinnycrc»t ploitn J Glbion*
Phonp 606-7213
Sechelt Western Drugs
. Tpll Bciy Centre ,.- JScchoJIf-
Phono 805-9833
Thftrqlock fqnturqa a flliMtorproot cryntal.n wonj**
olnrm indicator,,and a jmugtor o\mm otiut-off.
In coloro of inn, or rod. Mfa.'e m/ga^stotl reta||,,-ji|co 4,9ft
1 "WpUfftlB Plica, 3*99     ' '   '       '"
ContolnaLIhmIcI BubbloBath,Ht^nd tf't^ody Lotion
©HM Tpllot Water. Mfg.-a nuoa**8««a r«WI prlc* 8.T5
W«»t«rn'» Piloo  1 QQ
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Limited numbor 4 foot -
Fluorescent Light 1
Fixtures    ""    H
New Cost—$48
Gulf Building Supplies
Phone 885-2283 Sechelt
Visiting Chiefs and, ijnembers of the Paul St. Pierre, watched by guests building last week. Sunshine Coast
Sechelt Indian Council sit in council and filmed by j CBC TV during Ithe Tribal Council administrator is pre-
with Hon. Jean Chretien and Hon.    ceremonial   opening   of the office _§*enUng a brief to the Minister.
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Page B-4            The Peninsula Times Big  Moment
Wednesday, November 17, 1971 ^A little princess is-never sure what
•          ^ her term of office might bring and for
C0m.r-Lsm.l4.    I ~0~    ' Re,ia Joe* last Wednesday was her
jGCrLQlrL    LCLlLGS big  day  when she  presented Hon.
 ____—; — _-__—, Jean Chretien with one of the woven
' —by Eve Moscrip trays made in tlie tradition of her
5 pin bowling tournament between Se- " P?ople,r-as a momento of his first
chelt   and  Gibsons   hold  November  7     v,slt «> Sechelt.
For Famous
290 W. 3rd. Ave.
Vancouver 10, B.C.
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SecJieTt Commercials; Lionel McQuaig    §    ♦'*> represent them as Directors  for each ELECTORAL AREA of the     ^
719, Vriginia Reynolds 2GJ', Caidl McGiv-    g     Regional District as hereinafter specified:
em 705. S
■ > \v ;=-/—/--.f^/ it- li7. 7'*' -*-> 7 ^^v^v^1 r'\' T,^'-4^
m¥'A%j " 1   . v :\-i'-* --. ' >   -/"J;,,- / ' ; «-* .--•* ^,/- 7.". '   ,T  7 V"  .   '     -/ -   ..■  :• •
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. B&C: ltose Robbins (iO'l, Gail Hedman S
643, Roger Hocknell t>51, ^
Seniors: Dale Benner 56"), J"alty Wing ^
564, Larry Richter 596, Darcy Steplienson S
-electoral Area
Term of Office
Two years
Two years
Two years
501, Andy Henderson 545.
T.,iUni°r9«^ike' AEn8lMh (33,i,  ?,o*ba,'a ^ The mode of nomination of candidates shall be as follows
Jackson 234, Lee Ann- Nestinan 242.    ■■ S ■ -
Mixed 10 Pins: Pelle Paulson 391, Hen- | Candidates shall be nominated for each ELECTORAL AREA in writing
' Ceremonial Seat
Being  escorted around- the Sechelt   'Chretien tries out the kdministrative    tor Clarence Joe (left). The offices
Indian Ba hd and Sunshine Coast„ jseat for size) muclvto the amusement    arc located in the former Indian'Dliy
Tribal Council administrative offices    jof Chief Henry Paul and administra-    School building,
during his visit last week, Hon. Jean .'"«"!
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^    candidate: The procedure for Ihe election Is contained in Part III of the    ^
fe    Municipal Act. w v' ^
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I'hono 883-2585
S     In the event of a poll being necessary, such poll will be opened at:
Electoral Area Polling Station                       §
"A" '    Egmont Elementary School   •-■>.-         ■§•
. "A" Madeiya Park Elementary School '7    §""
"A" Pender Harbour Motel, Garden Bay    1^
"C" Davis Bay Elementary School
"F" Elphinstone Secondary School
^    on the 1 Hh day of December, 1971, between the hours of 8:00 o'clock ^
^ . in tho forenoon and 8:00 o'clock in tho aftornoon, of which every person fe
^    is hereby required to take, notice and govern himself accordingly. ^
^        r* v ■ ,.. S
^    Given under my hand at Davis Bay this 10th day of'Novombor   1971.. q
G; E. GIRARD, - §
Reluming Officer    ^
yewitness report
...as it happens
.     ,,,. '-"■-Honour Guard
MtMi)l)(r;rn  of Sechell .>Sliuloii|  Honl- Juun Cliicliun |)icturo(l wllh ^ullior TllVPTlilP  ^flf"PPr
doncu liiiinl,. lusploiidunt lu colorful l^nlop, iidinlnlKlrnlor of llio ,SUuk*nt "        ,
t'ostuino played i\ musical' wlocUoij Ho'Niduneo durlnji bin, arrival Jn Skj- Txrppb-„prif]  r"P^lllt<v
ahd uJho fonned an honour mjurri to chelt bust week. .'    i    < WCCIV"CllUi XcdUWo
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1 v..- \.\ ;J,7^AM*®m
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i   .'V,1 ■' ";^;-1^,^f)pw
welcome Indian Affali'H JVUnlHtor Hon.
Mi/s/c iby PfA/Af KINGS
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Dancing 9-1 a.m. Refreshments
Tickets avolloblo from Mrs. Carol Kurucz 886:2666
Howe Sound 5&10 and Don's,Shoo Store
HUNHIIINK CfiiiNt Juvenile Htntnir /*iiiii<'ii
Hi'hiMliilcd lor, KuiKtuy Novcmlior aiul;..
Ulv, 7: Chwitiiiion v Teumtm, CillimmH
m noon, Kfsii Mm; v Noiiimliii Cllbmnui I
., p.nvjWrtiTlni'n v Douiiluii Klyum, Uuckctt.
I'nrH'l |),iu,
Div. f> mul ll: fiiliin llnni 'I |>,in, Qn*h\i
('"H*titi''i v Ki'ii'n Vllili'iHti. Clllmuiiti, ('iil)i..
ilOhiiiim v HiiIiki'Iii (UvoK (lllminiH, Jtmiiili-
riJWin v ll*aven, Murlcli'ii I'lirli,
Ul\'. 'Ii Hiicim Mum, \>, p.m, TuH'inii v
rifiiileiiHrii* {\il(h>\\i, lliicKnlt, I'mh, Mii|i«ti*
........y'iltt..„.,\:7nn'il*)ci."iii(;ii(...Giljiiiiiiii.,._,.u...r..: ,.,..—
, .wi'i'KKiw nuaui.rn , '"
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Addressed to the assistant secretary of the Regional Board,  it stated:.  Re: LANGDALE WEST ROUTE 101  Further to your .letter August Jtlth to  Iivo Honourable Minister and his acknowledgement August "Jllth we. would advise  we have now studied alternate routes as'  suggested at the meeting between rate-'  payers nnd the Department July I'ttth, and  as suggested in your letter.  We attach hereto two maps labelled  "Route plan A", Drawing f.20-1 unci  "Route l'tan R", Drawing S20.-2.. on which  wa have shown alternate routes studied.  These have been identified as Alternate  "A-yM^iind "C",   .      ,   ;  RoiHP-Plan "A";- Drawing f&O-l, shows  lhe routes on a roTieroiftp with contour  interval of 2(1 feel, for ease in' visualizing  llie topography of the area. Route Plan  "B","'Drawing S2-0-2,. shows the routes on  a-composite of legal property boundaries  to enable examination of effect on land  use. '..  DISCUSSION OF ROUTES  '  The genoi'-al suggestion was to examine  a route "running pi\mUel-U> the British  OohtmbuiJbJydro right of way" and consequently we first examined Alternate "A"  which lies imnu'diasUM.vJ parallel to the  British Columbia Hydro right of woy_  throughout its length, until it descends the  hill at the western end to join to 1he  existing highway. This route resulted in  over ,'t.UOO feel of 10% gradient and was  immediately rejected since it exceeded acceptable highway standards.  Alternate "R" eliminated tlie If)'**"*, by  circumventing the upper portion of Iho  lull and lowering tlie summit approximately 21*0' It is common with"'^Jisifiki'te  "A" at its eastern and western extremities,  AUernate "C" i.s common with Alternate "A" and "B" at the eastern end  but drops clown to join the existing highway neaif the western terminus of the  original route. This alternate was also  injected because of its conflict with the  water reservoir and its'  of properties.  We have'therefore compared Alternate  "B" with the original route:  (a) Horizontal Geometry���horizontal  Alignment presents no particular problem  on either route  (b)  Vert leal  summarizes the  two loutes commencing  owl.    *  Ol'ijvmal Route  20(��o"���rj";  44l)0V.-7%  3fi00*���0.5%   ���  1000'���2.5%  11800'���1.0%  2300:���:*.cr>%  2(300*���2-.0%- ..  ("5 cornel ry���-the following  Vertical alignment, of tha  I fiom tbe easterly  severe severance  This is a $3 SPOT S  (Less wlien on contract)'  Ybur qcJverfIslng5 In'?��h'ls,,''spoc'e''"'wUi'''teac^  neqrly 2,500 homes (over 9,000 people)  ��ach week. It's the most economical way to  reach moro Sunshine Coast people because  Times ads 0.0 Into more homes than any  other   newspoper .produced" In   this-area.  The Times  Phone 885-9654  Alternate''B"  2000'���5%      (i700'r-7%    3500'���3.3%      -...*..   2900'���7%  "���      -  2800'���5%  -��� ',-   7000'���0.5%      2000'���7.15% ''  2S00'���4,(5%  ��� 3300'~5%  Tt can readily be seen that.the original  route has one major climb only up Lang-'.  dale Creole and has a total length of 6400  feet requiring on additional climbing }ano.  The remainder of the route has gontle  gradients  throiigjiout.  Alternate "B" on lhe oilier hand has  some lfiOOO. feet or just under "l miles of  maximum cli'mb'on the easterly end and  7800 feet or nearly 1 Mj miles on the westerly end, both of which would require  additional climbing lanes, Because of its  effect on vehicle operation, characteristic  of traffic floyt. and; its* inherent winter  maintenance problems, introduction of  such a feature in a highway route should  carefully be avoided unless no other alternates are available.  (c) COMPARISON OF COST  Alternate "B" appears to be about 00%  higher in cost than the original route  chosen. This is mainly due to the big  cut immediately east of Langdale Creek  and the need for considerable, additional  climbing or truck Janes. The excavation  east of Langdale Creek on Alternate "B",  would he a through cut averaging SO feet  in dept li "for a distance of some 2500 feet,  whereas the same cut on the original line  is approximately 3(1 feet deep and about  1200 feet long. Quantities arc1 also considerably higher in the vieinilies "of- the  crossings of Gibsons Creek and Chaster  Creek. Additional climbing lane requirements total 0400. feet on the--��iHginal  route and'22H0() feet iiii Alternate*"B", rin  increase of over 'A miles.  (d)' LAND USE  It can be sa*rd tlrat Alternate "B" is  further removed from existing bousing  than the original route. On tbe other  hand, it affects more private properties  numbering over 100 as compared to less  than 70 on the original. In addition, the  original route is well located to serve the"  Village,fif Gibsaiis* and to form a natural  land use boundary between commercial  and residential in this area.  Considering-all factors the Department,  is still of the opinion the original route  is well chosen for the following reasons:  1. Available highway standards are  greatly superior to those available on any  of the alternate routes.  2. Costs are considerably less,  ... 3..,Vo)iicle operation costs  ore lower  nnd .characteristics of traffic fiow superior.0  4.   The  Village  of  Gibsons  is  better  served,- ��� ��� ������ ���>���:������  !">. Forms a natural land-use bonnda��*y  between residential and commercial and  thereby allows future residential density  to increase northward uni'mpeded,  When you have'had -an opportunity  to study this matter we would appreciate  discussing it with you at the, earliest  possible time.  HAVE rOfi jfifiRO OF THB  BAHAI FAITH? '  Phone 886-7355 or 885-3095,  ��� .*-  tt))HHna��iiiimiUi��imuuiumiiii  3  3!  The Peninsulq Times Page 8-5  Wednesday, November 17, J?71  Pender Hi-lites  _^_���^���: ���,. r.,._i ���-* ���. *'���....... ..- -*   ~by Cindy Harris  1, OLD timers (bame���Another Old  ,.- Timers Basketball' game . was played  Wednesday November ^10/ The Senior  Boys, won again but bjTa very narrow  margin. There was a very pejur showing  of  Old  Timers. ~- ..-..,,       -, ,    ...   *       ,  2.   Volleyball    Games-On   ThVrsday    ^^^-jy ^^^^.^l^*  Nov. 11  Pender hosted senior boys and  Gift Shop  Slaffod by Hospital Auxiliary volunteers, tlie gift shop-in the foyer-of  Si, Mary's Hospital opened last week  and will be open 0 days a week from  2 11 p.m. . Pictured from left *_ Joan  Covey, co-ordinating council pres-.  idenf Mt'i. Raijies^gift shop committee chairman Mrs.,-W.-Groses treasurer Mrs. Jean Longley, Mrs. Jeanie  '-Meadows and Mrs. Maureen.Hall are  all anxipus to oblige their first customer Mrs. Doris SUellet of Gibsons.  SUPERMARKET LTD.  t       formerly E&M  Complete. Line  of  Gifts,  Groceries, Novelties  OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK  ^9*-.00 <**��,m.��� 10:00 p.m.  Bernie and Pat Shalagan  1 Hyw 101 Phone 885-9414  IIIIIIHIUimiB��mm��ISEIB85UllHlfllHlllH;illllllllllllI3  frr04,000M000r*00r��00fr/000W0fr0*0000*000*00*0r0��7,  '\a"S  - s  1*  .0  ,'J  girls 'volleyball (earns from Templeton  Secondary Schnol in Vancouver.' Both  learns will be strong contenders:-jn--the  B.C. tnnrnanienty ll)is rqonth, the girls  being coached by" Mr. Vie Lindal, a na-  lioiial coach of repute. The games provipd  excellent les.soiifi for the Pender teams  which were only competitive for short  spells. .Once our "teams overcame their  nervousness they played tq their capability. Wlple the boys lost all their games,  1st set,'4-15", 7-15: 2nd set (i-lii, 9-15, 12-15:  "l^he girls managed to win one gan)6, 1st  set  tWi".  13-15, 2nd set   15-10, 5-15, 8-15.  3. Report Cards���The first report cards  of this term will be issued this Friday,  Nov. 10.      ���       .    -.       ���  4. Sadie Hi\wluns Day���We are hoping  Uy have oilr annual Sadie Hawluns Day  ���and Slave Day some iime soon.  Alter tbe scliool sgames we' were treated to a remarkable exhibition when the  two referees, senior league players from  UBC, defeated Pender boys 15-4. 15-7 and  then repeated the treatment against Templeton 15-7. .   ...,  The visitor's, many of whom were visiting the area for the first time, expressed  their appreciation for the" reception they  enjoyed which refreshed them before their  coming tests in,serious tournament play.  i)Ve..liope-lo :see- n^oreof this standaid;.of  play in the future. The girls from Templeton- weie interested Hn he-bring about  .our trip to lhe U.K. this suhimer.  dieted garments are made by volunteers also, and profits go towards  added comforts for patients.  Catholic Womens League  host interesting guests  M KM BURS     of   the   Catholic     Women's  League, Sec heft, entertained two  nucsis at their November meeting; Mrs,  Allien Lynn and Mrs. Gladys Legh, Mrs...,  I;ynn" gave a short run-down on the his-*'  'lory' of the.^lunshine Coast Retarded  Cluldrens Association and introduced Mrs.  I-egh as the dedicated teacher of the  youngsters  attending  tiiOa'special school.  Members were highly impressed and  appreciative of the great progress made  by4he''organization and particularly with  advances made by the children under the  guidance of their teacher.  So engrosed were the members in the  discussion .period that they almost overlooked tea session.  December meeting nf. the C.W.L. will  be by w"ay of a Pot-luck ftippW" and-all  ladies of the parish are invited. This annual event will be held December  13th.  Pender Hbr.Auxfliary"  meeting well attended  TWENTY-SEVEN members attended last  regular meeting of the Pender Harbour Auxiliary to St. Mary's Hospital held  at the Macitfira-Park ball and chaired by"  president  Mrs. G. Gooldrup.  -FtrlTT-eporl on the Fall Fair.and^Carni-  val was presented by Mrs. Gooldrup and  Mrs. A. Pound reported ori finances. Members expressed appreciation for tlie tremendous support given this' annual fund  raising event.  Annual, meeting   has   been   scheduled  for December 8 at Lord Jim's Lodge. All  regular and associate members are asked  to  be   present   by   11:30   a.m.   Luncheon  'will be served promptly at  12 noon.  Volunteers are slill needed for service  in the Hospital Gift Shop. Those inter,-  ested are asked to contact Mrs. Porteous.  Following remainder of reports, Mrs.  J. Donnelly "lave an interesting and de^  Taitipd account of ilie BCHA convention  lield in the Hotel Vancouver October 19-  -22:���Mrs. .p.onrielly. "was accompanied at  the convention by two other members.  As an. alternative to. sending 'out  Christmas cards locally, it was suggest1  ed the amount of money spent on cards  and stamps would make a substantial  contribution to the Pender Harbour Auxiliary Memorial Fund. It is asked that  clonal ions be sent to the Auxiliary C-O  Mrs. J- Peterson, RR 1, Madeira Park,  phone 683-264,7. A receipt will be forwarded and ypur. greetings will be published as an advertisement December 22.'  Final reminder, annual meeting, Lord  Jim's Lodge, December 8th, 11:30 a,m.  TOTe�� cuje  INDIAN HALL  JeacEcpof $300  v $75 TO GO*  5  it DOOBi FUlZit -&     1  tf****0******0**0M*0**0**'******0*"0*00��00*0f  ��*  NEVEN'S  KAE5BO & TELEVISION  dealer for:  ZENITH  FLEETWOOD  ADMIRAL-i PHILIPS  *  *  EVERYTHING FOR  HOME ENTERTAINMENT  Ph. 886-2280  Gibsons, B.C.  nmnimi  The heavy freight wagons iised on  the roads to Cariboo in lhe latter pari  of" the last ��� ceittiiry often required six  or eight horse learns, the driver some-  timofi rode the first nnimal on lhe lefl  side nnct .maintained control by jerking  a line which led lo each nnimn'l,  PROTECTING THE SUNSHINE COAST!  ��� Your Choice Of Colours.  Waterproofs.   ��� Wlntorlxos.  i        "*ii  Insulates Againsl- Hoot and Cold.  ���     GUARANTEED  15 YEARS     m  KENITEX TEXTURED COATING  ntWm ANY SURFACE, WOOD SIDING,'",  STUCC'6, ''ASBESTOS, SHINGLES, CONCRETE  -����������OR-CI NDER*BUOCK- ETCr^-^"  WlMtER RATES NOW IN EFFECT!  NANAIMO  CALL COLLECT 758-2336  Miracle Coating  REPLACES PAINT  Another, boon to the Npuce ;>uc  hits been luvomplihlicill for home  ninl iipui'tinciii osviKMN���iuia ex-  lei ior wnll c-miling no inugh mul  iliinibk' it is niniriHiti'oil to toiuljy  cllmii|iiio " cMcrior pijinlinu foe  over IS yeuiN, TIiIn icnimkiihlo  product combines tlie, louts-lust-  iiiB properties of flbeiHtliisN, iih-  bi'Nlns, mien nndpnilie in mnVc  li wull siiifiiec | llllll resihls nil  elimiitle estremcH; H�� tolots iiviiil-  uhlo,  CJuided mlsNilo miimifiictiueiH  for Ihe United Sullen isoveumient  hiiyc found thlli iniileiinl u superior prmlucl for Insiilntlnn of  lieul hhlcldn unci! In the wpuee pro-  Hiam. Over 2 million worlil-wldo  npplk'iilioiiH huve been mmlo on  liuliiNlrlul, coiiiniereliil und renl-  ilciilliil buildings. nIiicIs, IV-Hi,  Applied with a Quit"  "I'iheiKliiHs" '"l-CKlHivit   <*oiiI|iib  Is npplled wllh henvy duly hpruy,1  ei|iilpineiil uiulcr hlnh.piefiniiic. 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I<l��innn, Mlnl��lor/!i, It, Woiloy, l)i��piily MlnlMnr,  ,, >  Tnr your Oiilnntlnr ot livontii nonlnoi chnnilmtM ot Ommnniro, ,.  Vl��t'"i�� fiuiBftiiit nmt opojiq Oro��yilffllli>n�� Hirf'iit|hiiiil Hm fif��vlnf��.  niMnllh o| vniHinn, itrtlrm mul iimnn nro piowldoit liy wulti orninilrMlo/i*  nl rniiilviil iiiiiiiiiiiinii nml nny iiluiiiiii<iMin>inlni>|uim li|i> n��t lliu �� |  irmiiniiiiiiilllly ul lh" I'lnvlimlnl Oiivniiiiimnl, ,  *  ^iOI41��l��lftl��l-ri014l��l��10i��l��i��l*>l��l��141^  'Select M mly - Wmle The Shopping lis Good  Com�� in And look 'Around / ;  "TNf **    AL"  ...-���Mi*    ^7\;-*# . ���  W > i'tj'jjy'  : suppwes-���  ARE IM GOOD   -STOCK*���  4from $0$��' To Tom0 '* ���"'i  Cowrlo Stroot, SocSiolt - 885-9330  ������������ i ��� ��� ���      - ���        .-.'. '    ��� *  te  ���><���<  te"'     A  i  �����>���>  \  te,  i  �����.,,  o*  i  ������������i  i  te  l  0..i,,  te'.  *#i  ��� ���!"  -'��� 00*0. 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'      \ ... ���  V  ."'"��" y. -        r- ���   .   - i  m:-Youi*'.Garden  Page B*6 The Peninsula timet}  Wednesday, November 17, 1971  <*����  ���by The Old Raka  just above an, fye 0�� bud cm the outside  ... ,...-, of the blanch. By cutting baVH'this new  WHEN" fruit 'trees, shed  their leaves it ��� wood we i'oi;ce the formation oi fruit  -means that the sap is no longer run-    bud^.  CHOOSING THE BIGHT CARPET  Sunshine Bebekah lodge  hails, successful event \  SUSNHINE 'Rebakati, fodge' 82 held  a  moat'Successful bazaar and-tea in St,  Hilda's, parish  hail, -Secholt.  The  Vice  John Cash in Shooi-out at Twilight Theatre  JOHNNY Cash-and Kirk Dpualaa, two  , -notorious gunsliftgera, "participate ina  barbaric paid confrontation���winner take  all,, in  ''GunUght",  a' drama  of man's  ���Tinucchlo", ,a��~��U  cartoon .feature  to  -delight the hearts or everybody is com*-  ing next week.    .      , ,       '  rijpg-and' is a sign that pruning time is  here/again, .We prune "Mien the'sap .is  down.so that any qutsMave, make do not  ^result in excessive bleeding. To be safe,  any cuts larger than' an inch should be  covpred with tree emulsion to 'keep, out  any- disease;, tlie smaller cuts heal over  fast so there'is.W need'tp treat them,  Before we start pruning we should  know why we prune and having answered  that satisfactorily we shbuld make sure  that-1 the pruning tools are clean and  sharp. Apple and pear trees that are  well- established can have the water  shoots cut out at their source���these are  the long  whips... that grow straight up,  Trees that are ie��t year after year  without; attention make J,ots of vpod and  leafage but not much fruit, Bys doing  your" own trees every year you get. to  know the requirements of e^ch individual  tree; even trees of the same variety often  are different, some make lots of new wood  and others are shy about it,  While pruning keep an eye open for  the eggs of  the tent caterpillar,  are in the form of rings of' grey  and should be cut out and bur  home  gardeners  do  not   spray  Orchardists, who depend on cle  A WALL to wall carpet installation ctjn   Grand, Mr?. Madgp llansen,, -introduced t inhumanity to man ��� starting Wednesday  ���make a greater impact on the decer   Mrs. Alice Batchelor, wlio, after1 a shovt ~^enmg-far-three clays at Twilight Thea*.  pf a room than any other single thing   MieeeiUh .Which fehd stressed the aims and    �� M*���.'?^ U^^!*^1,^  done for- the home. Consider that the  floor is one of the two largest planes or'  surfaces tp be treated,   '   -  Tlie floer, unlike tlie coiling, provides  tlie ground for practically uli the furnishings chosen, and is the obvious base or  speech in*, which she stressed the aims and  objects of���" Qddfellowship ��i\d their Rer  bekah lodges, declared the bazaar open.  The event was convened by Mrs. Eve*  lyn Olsett. Qn the stalls were "Mesd'anies  Gladys1' BifQwn, May ,W a 1 k e"V, Phyllis;  "trlandford, Olive Porte, Mildred Whitaker.  lighting  Some shades for instance, do not main  for a living are constantly spraying. In  ine long  wnips.uiat grow straight up.    the. homo "garden a dormant spraying d�� -r^,u,,,w aimuur ,lu,1 l"A"T',i "'��� T TV1  AU broken and .Weassd branches should    iime sulphur at the nine-to-one rati is tai,v a l'eas?��ab,e levo1 of tlieu' daylight  ,J: be removed. Two-thirdsof the new vwod    probably the only one the trees get But appearance   under- night   lighting., The  can be cut out, always making the cut    to do any cood at all this should be foi- over-riding consideration to the above is  lowed  by  another at hall" the strength -How wel1 wil1 Uie carpet maintain" its  when the petals start to fall and .again ����fiinal appearance under the necessary  when  the fruit    f orm"i~��redutlinl  the traffic condTtfbnsr  strength aggin by a half.        ' Burriti Bros, of Vancouver have, &*  cunTulated experience in the carpet 6usi-  Bldke C., Alderson D.C.  CHi^PRACtOBI  Post Office Building Sechelt  Phono 885-2333  Roj. 886-2321  Tuesday to Friday 10:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.  Saturday 9:30 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.  -  .Pi/ENINGSBY APPOINTMENT  Andrew  Onderdunk,   a  New   Yorker, ness for sixty-five' years.1 Eld Burritt 're-  who held railway contracts'Jn B.C. for sides at Gower Point, and offers his per-  the CPR once had 7.0Q0 men working for sonal service to all residents on the coast,  him  pn  contracts  totalling  $18  million. Phone 886-3453. -*���' (advt.)  He imported 2,000 Chinese as labourers, '  (cLoor), grocery hamper E. H e n se h k e,  Poncho Sara Paul, Corning ware Muriel  Newman, Petit, point pictures 'iMfs, Alice  Batchelor, Ddiley May Walker, Piggy  bank jimmiei Smith, bean guess M. Whitaker. .-..-, >.     / .i   a ������������    ��� \ -        . ...._,  , Tliie i tea,' wos , convened by Mary  Steele assisted by Alice Cherry and. Winnie Keah wi.th'Evelyn Beggat the door.  Pouring 'diirihg the tea hour was Vice  Grand Ma%*a.Haos_ejnj Past Noble Grand  Emily Parsons, Past Noble Grand Eileen  Smith, and Mrs. Alice Batchelor. Assisting in the .^ kitchen Rae; Fitzgerald and  Pdst Noble Grand Ruby Breeze. .   \  gle between two mep, who by greed alone  and the lust for blood by a "town full of  people, shoot it out for nioney.  Two simple cowhands, who really  don't want to hurt anyone, decide to rob  a bank and head for Mexico to make their  ^reams; of an,easy life a reality in "Wild  at the  Ryan  Maiden  a horse  breaking scene that bus the high excitement of live rodeo. In fact, it has been  said that Ryan O'Neal hits the screen wjth  ��� the; stunning impact of a .45, which, in  itself, should be quite exciting;1  "Act  of  the  Heart"  starts  on   Tues-.  day evening next, starring Donald Sutherland and Genevieve Bujold ("Adne of a ,  Thousand Days"),  Sutherland,   a  young  priest, meets Bujold, falls in love and decide to leave the priesthood and plans to  marry her, but before they get married  Genevieve Bujold goe^ to the mountain,j  alone.  The  original    Walt Disney    film of*  In 1877 officers sof HJjJ'S. Daring- made  .p-xainiuations    of -the entrawe    to the  Skeena River and gave their%��mes tQ  various points in that vicinity, There is  a Daring Point on Kennedy Island,  .*.\  Sechelt Legion Branch V40     |  legion Hall, Sechelt  *',',- i   ��� ]  EVERY WEDNESDAY  AT 8 p.m.  JACKPOT $125  \   TO GO  $10 DOOR PRIZE  1  i  I  ���l"!  I  ���JOB  **��*"11W#  The Merchants in Trail Bay Centre are giving away one  Color T.V. to some Lucky Customer on December 24. You may  be the lucky person to have a new color T.V. in your home  on Christmas Day.  TRAIL BAY CENTRES'  CHRISTMAS T.V. DRAW  CONTEST RULES-Anyone over 16 years may enter, ihlo need to  make a purchase. Just stop in one of the stores and ask for  an entry form. Fil| out and drop  en  the barrel  in  The  Mall.  ONE LUCKY TICKET WILL BE DRAWN EACH DAY FROM MONDAY NOVEMBER  15th  ^TO FRIDAY, DECEMBER 24th\ THESE 35 LUCKY TICKETS WILL THEN BE DEPOSITED IN  (On Display in MARSH ALL-WELLS)  IN THE BARREL AND DRAW MADE FOR THE COLOR T.V.  Onm YOU MAY WIN ONE OR MORE DAILY DRAWS  AMD  INCREASE  YOUR  CHANCES   ��1  ,   TfiE^RAND DRAW.   YOU HAVE A CHANCE - BUT YOU MUST ENTER  yun/jn/j7/7/7nnn/7��7/7^//7/73.  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