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The Peninsula Times Nov 24, 1971

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 Hit- 9Q0r0�� -  _l  Modified crgf t  overcttttf-^woite  ���HOVEUCUAFT service between Vancouver and r Powell River with a stop  at Gibsons and whistle-stop at Sechelt is  by nujueans a dead issue and indications  are Unit a two-craft operation will be  inmiguratecl in the fairly near future. .  fa.C. rio'vercraft Ltd, originally �������"���*���  nounced plans for the service in Jiine:  lptill, mi operating licence was later obtained for such an operation oh the Sun-  oast ram  tugal. Belgiuni, as well as various, part?  of Great Britain." --* .���-'-  Mr. Laing' added that a feasibility  study has indicated that a year-round  demand for the proposed .service exists  and that liaWicpdtjbh;tial etv''thV 'and  other ro\itefe could provide work for four  machines;, .' "������. "A J'1'.':' "7��� fy..,. 7 .'   -  Que- of H1? advantages of: the 'drive  system adopted by HoYerniariiie over aii;-.  screws ��� is  quietness,  "you    can  hardly  .Vest C$TT^diafl*Graphic   .nJustfiea  J04 Wer^teftlr^jfVVja. ,     ���     '  Va*ncpuver; l-a.'ls," J.  Registration No- 1M2.  2nd C|a?s Mall  hervina the Sunshine Coast, (Howe Sound to Jervis Inlet), including Port Me[|on, HofiKins Landing Grantharps Landing, Gibsons/Roberts Creek,  Wilson Creek, Selmp Park, Sechglt, Holfj-nPon-Boy,-Secret Cove, Pendor Harbour,'Mgdejra Park, Kleiridcile, Irvjne's Landing, Earl Cove/Egpont   ' Lf   This Issue 12 Pages ��� 12c  LARGEST CIRCULATION OF ANY PAPER ON THE SOUTHERN SUNSHINE COAST.      Volume 8, Nq 52 - WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 24,'71  Propellers are guarded by steel shields  and it is-thought that ttiis wilL eliminate  the problem caused by floating debris}  the thing which Killed.the hydrofoil service in PiigetSound'.-        7     ���  Hovercraft service; has been- proved  successful^in this' area with operation  since lfl|69 of the SRN 4, operated by the  coast guard. Singe that time it.has performed 320 rescues.  shine Coast until  1078, Since that time  there have been constant delays lhrougT7 Ttg"^^ even quieter,  manufacturing problems*, but    the corm    when   the   mahufacturef 'switches  from"  v'-pany announced last week that two craft    props to watej'fjet drives,'*, paid laing.  are now  on    order  from    Hovevuwine  Transport Ltd. of Southampton,.England.  This company is a subsidiary of Transportation    Technology    Inc.,   pf" Dallas,  Texas. The Industrial Development Bank  is helping finance the business.  Vice-president J. C. Laing stated that  tlie   HMU-Murk   3   hovercraft   is   greatly  modified,. not  only from-increased  pas*  senger.'comfort standpoint but also from  an operational aspect. "Plans are to start  the service as soon as possible and hope^  fully sometime this year,"  he said.  Unlike most hovercraft  the 65-seater  .scheduled for the Sunshine Coast run-  Will not be able to operate on land. Instead of airscrew drive it will liave twin  props turning in the water. Each machine  will have two Cummins ~V8 engines for  forward   motion  and  one  V6  providing  the  lift.   "They  wilJ cruise at about S8[  knots  and  should  be  able, to  run  fronl  downtown Vancouver to Powell River in  2 Va hours for a' round trip of $22," said  Mr. Laing, a former employee of KLM  itoyal Dutch Airlines. ����� .  llovermarine  has  supplied  macliines,  .  similar to. those to "be used here, to Por-  No foul play  '-;  Local man protests  Chinese nuclear test  WHILE protests at the recent Amchtkla   nuulear test were loud and long, the ������-���  absence of placard carriers" and protekt  groups in regard to a. similar blast by Red  China has been very significant.  'One local, man, however,' lias made  clear his concern by forwarding a personal letter Jo lhe Red leader, Mao-Tse-  tung. Mr. John Pederson, member of the  local NDP group, wrote Chairman Mao  Tse-tung stating:  I wish to registar my protest aga'hst  the recent nuclear test in China.  1 feel that this action is detrimental  to lhe future of .the whole human race.  Anybody who Wilfully and knowingly  add iu the already serious i'adiaton hazard  of this planet will 'be judged by future  generations as an evil-doer."  Tlie peoples of the world want peace  .and need political leaders without hate  and grped Mn ���''their heart,    ^,<,,*.^-.T!.r^.i;>v,.~.  You Sir, and yoiir great tmton could  promote peace by refraining from any  further nuclear test and by taking the*  initiative l,o invoke -a moratorium on all  .future nuclear tests.    '  The Chine!je-v|ieop|e could win the ad-  ��� miration'.of the whole world by demanding discussions on, nuclear disipmunmenl  in lhe United Rations'.''  11' wu do iJoTTiisl'ii to live together, wu  shall certainly perish together.  Georgian Chapter  holds fund raiser  Ul'OHGIAN Chapter, Royal Arch Masons,  hold n successful "Douie" tfarly thin  month. Tho usual one dollar 'per ticket  donation to the furnishing of Iho Georgian  Room "in SI, Mary's llosplial, Sechelt, produced $00,00,  In "addition, u finoso' df rustic fui'i-  nil'ni'ii mndo hy Mr, Kt\, Lanowottu and  donated.by him, tn'lho, CJorglan ohapUn*  I'ci'ili/nd ijil.iojil) I'or Ihis hospilal room,,  Mr, LihiouoIUi'h gou��i'unlly'wuh ureal ly  appreciated   by   llin  u|i��plu*\  Use Christmas Seals  in  CORPORAL Orville UndeihiJI of tlie Sechelt   RCMP '."Detachment' announced  , last week-end that the case of a local  boy, found dead Sunday, November. 14th,  at West Porpoise Bay, has now been con^  eluded.^ "" * i  Ah extensive investigation followed  the finding of thirteen year old Richard  Slack of West Porpoise: Bay who appeared  to have died under somewhat bizarre  circumstaiipes. The boy had left his home  qn the Saturday nght to deliver newspapers but failed to pick them up. Ap  all night search ended shortly before noon  "Sunday with finding of his body .near  the hydro right-of-way. in bush at West  Porpoise ~fiay.  Repo'rts by a medical, doctor and specialist, together *wjth those of expert  police' investigators, have revealed conclusively that the death be classified as  accidental with no foul play involved.  Many ef the sometimes fantastic rum-  i       * , r *"��"' "-���* -t  Hospital expansion  nearing completion  LONG awaited' extension to St. Mary's  ������Hofepitat' now Rearing completion, will  double capacity of the facility providing  foi- 48 acute patients and ��� 22 patiepts in  extended care, unit, located at the west;  end of the upper' floor, are lounge and  dining facilities for the more mobile  patients.  To provide medical and social requirements of additiinal stall and patients, it  has been neccessary to rpalce a'number pf  alternations and additions to .existing  facilities. Most of therq are already in use  and include; kitchen, laundry, radiology,  medical records and offices.- An enlarged  physiotherapy room ,has been established  in the basement and is "fulfilling an "ever-  increasing demand. ' ���  To last week-end a number of minor  \ "problems  had to be resolved before tlje  expansion   can* be   considered   complete,  Tliese are, however, in process pf set'tfe  ment by the architects" and contractor.  Expansion of staff qurateysand additional parking space i�� presently under  consideration by the Hospital Bpard,  Park  4o start  sei  i  DEVELOPMENT of Skookurochuck jNeuv  , rows park is scheduled to get under  way Dec. 1, announces Isabel Dawson,  MLA foi- MacKenzie and minister without  portfolio.  In a letter of confirmation of ' this  wdrlt from the P[6n. Ken Kiernan, minister of recreation and conservation, Mrs,  DaWson said the pa^ks. branch plans to  construct a trail along tlie proposed right-  **_ - . ., ,        e, n- 'J.   ,'l\_  Visitor to the Pender harbour area  last Sunday November 21st was  Health! Minister,'-Hon,'"'Ralph Loffmark who took time out.to renew  acquaintances with former college  room-mate Art'Alexander and fishing  colleague Ross McQuitty- The Minister was accompanied by Hon. Isabel  Hon. rtalph Loffmark ^aa  0\rt Friends Meet __  Dawson and. attended a public meeU  ing at the Madeira Park Hall *in  order to discuss requests for a medical clinic at Madeira Park. Prom  left; Hon. Isabel Dawson, Rpgs Mc-  Quitty, Hon, Ralptr Loffmark and  Art Alexander.  Mental Health Assn*  ic  ours circulating last week were checked. '^W   ^J^   ^ JrZj^S��^  n���t h��� iho rp,*b-B onrf-..iMM. fn���nJ "��������� JZ    Oariston, and also place some basie faciL  out by the Time's and were foupd to be  idle fantasy,7Howeyei. rnariy yyeie per;  haps excusable due to circumstances" involved and secrecy imposed by t)ie police.  i Cpl. Underhill stated that it was not  possible to issue a report until cause of  deatli was firmly established one way or  tlie other. ,    .  .  ities such as tables, toilets in the park  area:/overlooking the Narrows'     ���*���������-*������������-���'���������������-+-���������  Start of the trail project has been delayed by the necessary "property acquisir  tion along parts of ithe road- right-of-i  way.  The trail and the day use facilities are  expected to be completed by next spring.  Minister promises suppprt  for Pender .Medical clinic  Approaches Dept. . . .  Local map. a;*^  ^^'ior'Soi^  TJIR,EE acres of waterfront property  at Soames Point, Gilwons, fronts ap-  ' proximately 400 feet of slmrplne and asv  it is"presently available, a local man, Mr.  Jack Warn, has come up with a scheme  whereby it could provide the district with  an oxcailent public park-site.  In a letter to the Department of Lands  aiul Recreation, Mr. Warn slates;  1 would like to promote tlie idea that  the properly known as Lot II, Par, !" of.  ]>r, "H"', D,L. "10-1, Gr. l^N.W.D,, Plan  73*1-1 iit Siiiiiucs Point be set aside as a  pubic pari** and picnic site,    ���   ��      '  T|iIh   property   is  approxmalely, three  fiores pf upland with over four hundred  foot Of shoreline between  Langdale and  , Gibsons, Il constitutes Uiu only boach in  the   ��u'����   comparalivuly   uueiit-umbered  . wllh roflidoneOH,  Tlioro is not,' al present, a beach close  In Gibsons, short of Roberts Creek picnic  grounds, whore pooplo going to |ho beach  (iiuvpai'k a car ��� oxcopl on the road sldo  pr wlieru Ihoy uan, in ony niuiihors, have  ii'picnic other than oil' the beach ilsoll',  .', T|iln"NM'e-'.J"��in' I'ooinn foi- parking, picnic-  lug and snfo swimming Trom a good  bench, Tlio luiach,Is on a pronionlory o?<-  posod lo Iho HMD I'nr t|u> full extent of lhe  diiy,  :...,- ���' '   ;  Tho   peoplo  (if   Ihis  aroii  slioukl i be  looking to the Immediate .future .wlien,  with sea aJJ aroundi gaining Access to a,  heach will be a frustrating experience. -   ;  1 have been closely involved with thisi  property siiitie about five years ago whan  I instigated a.nd.^as a party to a lease to  prevent a very poor plan of sub-division  bejng executed, '���'    , ;  Landwest Development Ltd. subsequently bought the property and honored  niy interest with a block of shares, At this  point 1 qoilld see my efforts being, to  little'purpose since some form of diyision  llieo seemed inevlable. However, the  company has now put Iho property |>aek  on the nuu'kolr for l|)l 00,000. .1 am-a real  oKlalp salesman and 1 haveitwo months id  promote (lie use of this ijalid for park  pui'pnf"CHl(i ���  1 did at liomu time past ask J,olm HucU-  ley, vyho I think Is still with your depart-;,  moot, to look at (ho property to assess its"  value as ((park site, hul he was busy  willi loci nro lours at tho tlmo and possibly . unalilo to attend'them,  "\Voii.ld you kindly toll n���� wluit-kind  of submission und from'whom it would he  nouosHnry to gut the giivornment to give  the purehaso of this land serious uoimld-  oralJoiiV  'I'IiIh plucn of Hhoi'i) will liceniiiiiiodatu  ahoul. four' luomipriviil" iiomns. or Di'o-  vldo the whole dlslrict *wlth i< much noud-  nd I'tieriHitloii fiiclllly, -..���,.  i&up-'1      -*0r "'"tgp**to*'H/m.i* n ���* ��wi nt Mf w ��w ��gwftnwpwiv��ntjwjniwtiw^ *0nfnn*pmfu��iim.i��t4 fvmaiH.uHimi**,���**-  ���imwi  KSTABLISHMENT  of   a  diagnostic   and  treatment centre, staffed by  a doctor  oa salary could malie medical history in  Pender Harbour.  The ppwer-paclced question which Hon.  llalph Loffmark, Minister of Health asked  Pendgj; Harbour people to think about, at  last Sunday's meeting in the community  hall at Madeira Parlt, was: "Does jt make  any difference to you when you"1 go to  this doctor, whether he is paid on a fee-  lur-jtei'vice system or on "salary1?" :  After listening to -jincidc��t*!.related by  Pender Harbour aroaresidents "w*i)$vii.:  illustrated the need for am^fgeiijjy. and  niecliual service at Pender Harbour, tlie  Minister promised support in endeavour-  jng-to establish a clinic in: the area. Before lie could make any commitment^  groups to be consulted will include,, the  Hospital Society jn Sechelt; Regional  HospilaJ.District; B.C.H.I.S. and the Med-  1 ieai ProfessToitT'   ''  Tlm minister also askexl lhat a committee of local residents be f,irmed to ac-  .(.���joihpany him Awhen he has arranged a  ���meeting with the medical staff of Sechelt ;  'ilospiliil, Ihis way the ad hoc committee  will gel first hand Information and can  ; report back to the community,  DISTRIBUTION ,    4  .Commenting on tlie, unfair distribution'  of doctors in Hie 'province, apd the new  logislation introduced whicli has resulted  in doctors accusing the minister of wanting li'i contruf whore doctors will practice,'  the Minister saidi the loglslfilinn was designed to give the people ���heller medical  licryli'i), .       ',.  ,   ' 'J'Iid duel oris have now formed a Mod-  leal Man Power Hoard to review'Iho distribution  of doctors and  Mr.  Lo'Tuiiu'k  * promised llial Ponder Hujiiour area will  >  im Hoconrl on  hjs list,- In saying lo the  ���! newly foiiiuul Hoard,'"What do you pro-  piiso In do about pulling a dnnloi* lu Ponder lliii'hniir ou a full, lime basis," and 1  will want llio iiiinwui" wilhin ww'lus, said  Iho nilntstor1 in'very loud npplauwi fntiu.  Hid well liver liOO pooplfi who alloiidml  (lie iiiceliiig,       '   ' .. ",v   ,' "   , i :     '    '  NJ!,\Y TRKNR    ',,  Aflur Hstunliig lo llm pimple, tlio Minis! or mi Id Ihal Im was ru-iwHiirod llial lliay  know wlial  Is  iinmiil  hy ii ullpi'' which  f'wlll liiiviijiliiioi'/tiiiicy; X-rayjlilxaiuiiation  won him loud acclaim from residents of  the area whose oncern was evident in the1  tremendous attendance at tlie meeting.  PROPER FACILITY  Mr. Tyner said tliat Pender Harbour  would want va pi'operly consli-ucted clinic  not anything make-shift, to which the  Minister replied that this would be a job  for the Regional District' attd-TUie-rAdvi-  sory Planning Committee.  GEORGE Kenwood, executive director of  the Canadian: "Mental Health Association in B.C., will address a public meeting in bibsons on Wednesday, November  24th,^al 8 p.m. at Elphinstone Secondary  Scltool.  Mr. Kppwood is to speal7briefly on  the topic of "Meptal Health and the Family Situation", and then turn fhe meeting over to a question and answer session,  A former psychiatric nip'sing instructor,  Mr. Kenwood has been CMHA's, executive  director.for16 years and-has an extensive  background in the mental health field.  He 'has also been chairman of the Youth  Committee, Vancouver Rotary Club, for  several  years.  The meeting is being sponsored by the  local Family Division Committee and masters of concern regarding mental health  and the family are: how do you recognize  the signs of mental disturbance? How can  the community help families with prqh**  Jems in mental illness?  How the famiiy  _ accepts   apd  deals   with   mental   illness,  One peysop commented^tliat the facility     Hgw and-io^wl\o*m ��a'n i'Ue'|aniily''*'refe'V''  .didn'  ��� tiling ,'iS" a dppt^r in Pender Harbqur.  lioweVer the Minister warued that iiie  doctor must Jiave the tools to do the job,  lio proceedure will be followed which is  inconsistent with the best interests of the  patient, said Mr. Loffmark.  .;.. T|p-'oiigl) better understandiug pf njett-  tj*l '.I'i'ea.Jtli   prolilenis   whiph  lepyer; spch;.'  fields as emotidjial and learning disorders in children, the community becomes  equipped to assist those in need Of help  before the situation becomes too serious,  Visit Victoria ..,".  /������  Council seeks committment  coniplex agreement  MICMMEMS  of Secliejt  Council Journey  to Victoria (Ids week, in order""to,';  hopefully, ratify terms whereby the various governmental departinepts will rent  accommodation >n Ihu proposed extension  of the present municipal hall. Other items  on llie agenda will Include Lo|i��172, l|io  Kit) acre Crown propcrty,dentative|y held  for the village I'nr, recreational use,;     ,    ,..,  ".Lit Ilu" or" no ileal of fori |ins been iiuidu  in (he past Id get a 'firm hold on thu  acreage but Aldermen Lang aiul .Benner'  liave eai'h bue'n pressing for action in  (inter to got Uio land lurnod over In tho  village fnr future use. Appointments with,  ministers of vai'louj-' <J��|)iU'linonts havo1  Ikhui urruiiged by lion, Isabul Dawson  and it is ox pooled thut m move in the  right direction will bu finally achieved,  Plans fnr the iirnpiisiicl uiiininlpal hull  iiNteiwIon have liuen, revaiilped lo Include,  .Jiidlje's pop pi iipd1o'ffi(*oi'(,pi'(]l)all()n officers (jiiarfer's,' iioiisorvaliiin off loos and  welfare, Council which presently lacks a  'council chamber will share iho court room  for, this purpose, The 'addition would |io  on Iwo flopi'ii with 'innn* fnr lalur '.�������  lianslop uv��h' Hid existing uffluiy If anilr  vylion riupilriid,  At, Iiiii ii)Mll|{iiliiin' pf Alijnniuiii IhuiH,  JoriiiN huvo boon nhiulimd'innrditr Ihal  batli and toilet among, other1 things! it,  ii uofgood enough," he added,'  INSPECTOR  STUMPED  ��� Application    for  a  building"��� permit  covering ,a small exten*si()li to the fire-  luil) revealed Ihe fact that proposed "mho  of (lie building is such that the building,  inspector slates there is nothing under"  lhe building corie'ghverrit|-iQ tpe tHIJldinji.  Mr, Rayner oxphihiecl (hat use would  include (ruining practice under controller}  conditionsi unci siniulMing on job procov  duros, This would bo working in mnoko,  resell" etc, and using various types of  oi|uipmuiit,  Mayor BUI S,wain said Ihul rogardloss  of uso, the bulldlngi-Voiilil islill have lo  conform' lo approved sluudards, Mr,  llaynui*, however, argued that tlinio Is  iiiitl.\lug Hi llm miilo outlining standards  I'm' 'niii'Ii a Htriiclui'o, Thu Ijuilding would  be III! .hy. 10" ho added, "luwover, the  Imlliliiig iinipoiilor. Mr, Hoyhurn,Iiiih.mtg-  g(is|ed that ho will Kraut a p'ermlf pro-  vidiiig council agrees",  ... Following '< warning hy the Mayor llial,  i||iu inalilorslioi'lld bu checkoii ntd by llio  municipal , lawyer. Aid, Ted psborno  iiujvijil pt)i'iu)HH}|ih bu grantcil mu|)J"i'I to  approval'*'nf llpi sullclioi',  'ii V\|F ny" fi - i> j u" t (u > ��� ^ (fi'SVi��uVl f< ilm i 11 y (TI��V11 < h ��� f" 1 >��/��"^Ti'* > i  Jliiuni and oiiii,or (wu holding bods, Also,  lli..l.'hii.n.ninnis liHiUiMirii*imiN!����j.r��-)rt_i^^^  .,i,.J'|il)k,,JJltl��a^no..,Jias,-iuillod-��.aUl,arloH-��-  oMi'iuii iniglil lie iillliml, This maluis    MuiI^h PoiUiuIh oomlu slrlpi "A Child's  flar.'!o|i(of IhivoiWH,"   ,'���....  aiUHIIIIIIMIiMllliiiiilliliiiiitiliiiliiiiliiuiHiiHuu,,,^  Ad-Briefs  ���"MoilI', people mild Ihal whuu UW>v wmit to  ,Sucl)ol|,  !liiiy  accnpliiil  whalovor doclor  . was on duly, nud one lady,said Uuil llin  alal'l' Hiiiiiiind lo'biMiiiw all l|io tlmo, anyway,  1   I'lxpliiinlnH  I'*" dlffernin'o hulwi'iiii  fen  for mtrvli'ii uiul Niiliiiiuil iliiitioi'H, Mr, l.olf-  niai'Ir halil that in IMiiiln' pi'acli'*a)ly all  ��� f*)inHy  doi'ini's 'aru  un "Hilary,"  In   llio  'llnllud Hliili's, lliey urn In jirlvntn pnuMli'p  and in Canada lliey aru lialf wayilinlwoon  'll)o lyvu, ���    ���,, ���, -,     ��� ���'���, ���   '���;  Tlm  Mlnlhlnr said  that  the  "fen  I'm'  isci'vlmi (loi'toni" (|ii|Hi oflnn Ipvolvo liuii|i��;  HOlV'^'lU llllll Wlllllll hllHlUUNN,  If iho poiii��|  ii)iinll,y; hnllils Hie IVu'llfiy, apd l]iu (loijloj1  riuMilvim a aaliiry("l,llila Ifi'a illl'fdi'unl hall,  Kiiiiin"  mild. LolJ'iiinrk,. Hn  suld   Im  only  ~|{iifl*v 'rif'hViniiiiiiiJi'iriiiniaiiiry in Iirilisli"  aujiiinbla,  ' *     '   , ' 7   ',  no AiiHimAwci::  Jiiinnliliio OiiiihI llnglpiiitl l)lii|r|iit (..'hiilr-  IiiimIh availahlu on an up to Iwonly year  Jdiin loguiliui' will) a iiranla of W/u, 'of  liiluir'piHlsi '.Imown.'un a "liVi'Hlvunush11,  Tills would nave llio,vllliijni a (lonsldui''  ablu aniuiiiil of nionuy and nlnu iiumu  Ihal h'llani'p uf iiayiiunilii would ho .um-  ortli-aiKl' hy way uf 1'iiiilalti, Hum I'lii'illng  local  liiNpnyOi'M��nolliliii;,     ���    *  Pruvlillnu agrecmeiii    Is roadiPd In  VJcturla, pliuiu and tiiiiiclflciitluns will be  lipiyldiul  aiul   the  conlriait   put   nut do  inpi'lor;          ,,    y    ,.....," ,  VAMDALI8M      7 "  , LjijllMr,from a rusldaiil of I'laul PurpuJHu,'  Bi(iy pi'iiliiHled .llm i'iiiid)l|oit' of- h hiuiiII  Imnin al   Porpoise Hay  which' ban, .boon-,  wi'uii)j��ii| liy vaiiflalH,. II 'wan pninled nul  Hint Iho building in ipille iniMlnlilly mid  '"''iloVilJi'iofrai|Jac(i|)7l'iriiji(^|luii; "Ai'liuiT liy"  i'oiiiii'II   In' riiiiiiiily     llin, iiltualioil     WUH  iiuiinhi,       r   ......   .    , ' . v.   ..  (.'link 'IVil, llnyncr 0K|i|idlM'd Hint Hi<l  invnnr nf tfio lipUie In preiionlly In hilii)illa  point  lh<B way  loaclion!  In Today's Chwlftedi^i  nn0^*0U^nn0\rmKr.n0...mmmr.mm0^,n*v*n****nr*rv,r*0V^^0*0*r,  ll,P; 4uhiiMiii) ilong iiluifl 0,11, iiniini  a  * ',"���  it  rfBP*  p '*  IS  Jp ���  '<!���  1 >  I  ll  A-  w *.,  V,  AM'  .' iunv cuiidlilon. Pnriablo .| npd. iwurtl  ,pU j,���, )y, ���-imv((r,^H^,''-'tM��i'wV'' i  nnly ,W boilcompluhi, WottUiighouw poi-  lablo ii|i;i!|iid uvmii, Uruwjuu nuiviu dioI-  iHJlor. '  l""1"'"  I ���rr��rm-Tn(irifM|��rimnimmmMLI���Tj .���  E_L  Driftwood   Pinyora    ���  lliiltocl (ljuirch llnll, hooking ARluuifiu  fjwHlonn'l iK'i'l'orinniK-u )n Ihln w��tvk- -why >U)\m IMmwUh wllo;ln,il��|)ylnn  ond mid noxl. wn()kniHrH"|)rndn��Uon nf wllli Knndy Joluifinii. and Burlmrn WU-  Wnll/. of llio Tt-Toufloj'*"'Hi dilwoiiM JhiiriH nro, on ���������Ijjht, Pouji, IlonoyjHuin  Thoy mny ho nn. *in��nt<Mii" jii'ou|> hut  Ihoy nro fiottlntf vory oIoho to ��\ pro-  who pl-ny�� Uiu doctor; Put linker, Uio.  Hourolmy nnd   tloorfto- Uoopoi,' tho  lu'lofit wlio.lmH on lnUvrtmlliiK ri'H!,'��t  luroyeul li) IJiJh highly ppKnuiJiioful  tlruiiut,   i-     ' ���  n,.u, ,1 in, TV lie,; mimrinl. l>rtJ��M^^^^^ _��� Tjm��' 0-ullta.U ,~l, pvt 2,b00 homm  ""Timet Clnullloila no INIO l|ia lumio, , ,  not dp (owns, Mro��i|�� or In culvofia,  ��� Tlmo�� CMslflod., ore |ow-c^l,; hlph-poloncv  mm tonics, ''  w f   ,  "�� Phono tinea open Sundoy; clomlfM  ^*wii*iw^snnstt(!^smoB  fpn iiiiii ii I'linii'.iii aiiHiii'iiirroiniio*aiWi  but  Hon,  l.ofl'mnrk wiu-uiid Ih^l" l)iV hod  put 'minimally' prwulno," ��� ���  , lie would only way Hud ho will movo  lionvni) and earth 'to mn thai Pondor llar-  bour .Mutii ii "Hiiin and "will raiso poll  with iivciryonn In ko|IIiw| a doolor In ihu  Pundar  llarhour   urea",   ilia  uliiuhiuulu  pur indole,  lln iiiijjumiUtil J|)n  ii)a!loi;(J)ii .  illiiiiiihiioft' will) Iiiii Itulldiiij* ii)H|M*t��iMiV Ip  oi'ilur lo aHHurliiln whnt|iur Ihu hnlldliiK  Ih worth'. vm|WY��1)0H pr "Undid |m donio��  mQ^AAlA,A^,^y-      f> ,   "  i Aid, luinn said Im liaHffooi) (ho hou��o',  ho (ixprnssnil dliiipist at dainnf'o doliu  l��y younuidtnii "they huva mnaahud;the *"  *C  al  i,i.  ���i*  ���v  '.    '*>  *v*   'A  >-"  if!ll il* linylui  The PENiNsuui,5^����i  i ftioy fte wrwig, 6��r / shall not be so wrong as.to-fail to say what Ibelieve to be right."  y ���John Atkins  Douglas G. Wheeler. Edit or  -rr  t:  ZZ*   Pago A-2  ^AA   .     ' ���  ?���-&:*"��$�����* W-i ^V -��' -$ ^ -M f ws-"*-* vy ^*'2 twj -3 ^^w*��  The Peninsula Times      WednesdayjJMoyemb^r 25, 3971  letters to the Editor are the opinions of readers, and not necessarily those.of The Times, A-  nom-dr-plume may be iised for* publication, but nil originals itiust be signed by the wirter.  QUESTIONABLE methods* of selling  } encyclopedia sets are again ' b&ing  scrutinized by authorities, who are endeavoring to curb some ot* the less-dcsira-  blo sales practices used by many encyclopedia salesmen. In many nvoderatc-in-  conie areas, relentless salesmen play on  the hopes of parents tliat ilteit-ehiWrcn  will certainly -become |enii if they have  a set on their bookshelves. As with so  many things, the besFencyclopedia iiv the  world is of little value unless it is used.  It is interesting to note the number of  ���"never opened" or "hardly used*'- or  '"practically new" encyclopedia ^ets tliat  can be ��� found in thc want-ads of-city  dailies, and it would indicate that others  before you. have been taken in���and at  a high price���by hard-selling door-to-  door men and girls. 'In fact, it would  seen) that if you really want t6 buy. and  use, an encyclopedia set, you could save  yourself hundreds of dollars by "taking  advantage of someone else's mistake  through the want ads.  ��� i  ,.       "i  Often, if a family has an encyclopedia  set, it is direly informed that it is certainly  out of date. The fact is thai over three-,  quarters of the material in a good encyclopedia is basic and is never out of  date.  As to door-to-door salesmen in gen-  NOMINATIONS for candidates on  , council IVavcfcWJwk ji, hy 10 am  Monday November F/tli. On each council, Sechelt and Gibsons, three alder-  manic seats and one for Mayor are up  for bid., On each  council  an  alderman  eral, and encyclopedia salesmen in particular; here are a few tips that might  save you from your own impulses:  Don't do business  with a door-to--  door salesman unjess he is "willing to  come back in a few days, after you've  had   time   to  shop  around   and   think  things over.  Sign no contract without a cooling-  o.f period,, preferably -at least a week.  Even when you're given time to cancel,  don't sign a contract hastily; .read it and  think it over for a few days.  Tell- a salesman to leave at once if  he speaks, of a free encyclopedia or a  free anything else in exchange for an  advertising testimonial or a list of your  friends.   ������   ,     , '  Show him the door if he says you've  been specially selected.  If you send in a coupon from an  advertisement offering free literature and  instead get a visit from a salesman, tell  him t(>.give .you thu* literature and his  "��� card. Tell him you 11 catt i1itiTr-4ater-4f-  yotl're still interested. If someone telephones for an appointment, say you want  to receive literature,, not a salesman. '  (The above editorial refers to ititn-riti.it'  salesmen: ne are quite sure voir will receive  fair treatment from the i/uidified salesmen  ivho make their homes loeully because lliey  tlo not use tin- luetics of otti-of-ioii'ii salesmen.)  eit  e��n��i  has resigned h is sear vv it h a year . to go  in order to seek office as Mayor. Therefore, in each case, two aldermen arc required for two year terms and one for  a one year* l?.rmc Office of Mayor is  also tor a two ypar term.  The sorry situation presently looming up is- that of sliomige-wf- competent  candidates. In Gibsons, Mayor Peterson  ..seeks re-election, he is to be contested  by Aid. Ken Goddard who resigns his  seat as alderman, which leaves one  definite vacancy. The two terms drawing  to a close are those of"aldermen Ken  Crosby and Gerry Dixon. Both have  proved capable men and it would, be a  shame to have the experience gained  thus far thrown away. This, however,  will be their decision.  Sechelt would seem to be in dire  straits al this. time for while a very  capable man, Ben l.ang, will undoubtedly  gain office-' as Mayor, the only name  thrown in for alderman has been thrown  promptly out again. That was former  alderman Morgan Thompson who  through an oversight failed to get his  name on last year's volor's list, Consequently he is not eligiblu as a candidate; t i - '    '  Alde.rman Joe Benner, completing the  second of two two-year terms, is no longer a property owner wilhin the village  and is also ineligible for re-election.  Third   seat,   occupied   by' Aid.   Nelson,   will also be terniiirnted. and he has not yet  indicated  his  plans. .'.,..,..,...,  It has become increasingly obvious  that Sechelt stands on the tlpeshhpld.of  great "development. Alderman ^Lang's  pasl year on council has been sufficient  to reveal his 'enthusiasm and ability,  leaving little doubt* as fo his suitability  lor office of Mayor. It would seem imperative that good, far sighted and progressively minded candidates be sought.  Not the loud talker who sounds off at  great length in public but remains a  "yes" man for his term in office. Nei  tlier, of course do we require those who  have personal axes to grind. Unfortunately, this considerably narrows down  eligible material, we therefore have to  dig deep1 iit_ocder; to find capable individuals who are^ikepared to give their  time to public work.  "7 A similar situation exists on the  Regional Board but we will not go into  that af .length for The public is very well  aware of what changes are needed and  il is to be hoped that, at least in such  cases, appropriate action-will be taken.  Time is running shorl, a community  is only as good as its elected representatives, and it might be noted; another  week will be loo laic.   iiui.].iiii.ni--|-i-Tin-inirr   ..    t eelfflgS   flUrl      x . __ ,  .Pdilur, Tbo Times, j.   "> ���--< '  Sir: When I was younger, my mother  used to.scare mo with tales of the "boogie  -yan''!" --Times, linve Ranged I guess .for  now it appears mothers are using tales  of "hippies" .to scare their children. ' ��-.  My friend and 1 were driving along  the highway last Tuesday night. Just before Sechelt we say two boys,'not more  than'ten years old, hitch-hiking. We stopped to give them a ride so the "boogie  man" would not get a chance at them.- One  jumped, into-the'car but the other, upon  seeing our long'hair, started crying that  he didn't like "hippies" and that his  mother had wa-i'ned him against them  "wha-wha"!  1 thought everybody was under the  impression that "hippies" were peace-  loving flower children who wouldn't hurt  a fly. Why are mot hers, pulling unwarranted fears into their children's heads?  This incident, hurt me.  JOHN^D.  MAY  Appreciation  Editor, The Times, " ,  i Sir: May, we through the courtesy" of  your Reader's Right column express our  sincere thanks to all wlio helped make  Ihe annual Sechelt Hospital Auxiliary  smorgasbord such a great .. success. A  special word of thanks to Cas'a Martinez  restaurant for doing such a good job of  .s'lufttng and roasting, the fbur suckling  Pigs- ���������  MARGARET HUMM, INA GRAFE  Hail! Fidel , ���-  l��"diUir, The Times,  Sir: "Your November 1he 10th editorial  1 it led "CniistHiifui:.Hennombrance" impressed ine deeply. As one who fought for  fn**doni for all people against -Nazi dictatorship inleaj upon enslaving tbe world,  1 agree that Remembrance Day, November 11 Mi, should bring lo mind the freedom we enjoy. In remefnbering Tlie  thousands of Canadians, Americans, Australians and others who join in the common catise, we ''should keep a wary eye  upon those who'would lead-us once more  ���into slaA'ery���-this time the slavery of communism.  We should watch very carefully Prime  Minisler Trndeau's new alliance wilh Red  China, the U.S.S.R. and Yugoslavia. We  should protest vigorously his protocols  which he signs with Communist countries  willvoul consulting tlie Canadian government. Presumably; the next guest to be  ( given the red carpet treatment Will be  J.���jFiclel Castro. After' aJJ, it is said he once  tried to reach Cuba by rowboat but was  turned back.., Perhaps now he can send a  plane to Cuba,, courtesy jtfjhe Canadian  taxpayers!  BARNEY   BENJAMIN  .' v-  11*1181��   IS   if?  s UF.C.ARDiJ'SS or snide implications, in  a misleading report, the Gibsons and  District Chamber of Commerce recently  voied ; overwhelmingly to support the  proposed route of the Gibsons bypass.  Tlie'* urea of greatest involvcmcjiit  would appear lo he the Village of Gihsons and, liele loo. Council has. unanimously appioved lhe route suggested  by the .Depariiuent of Highways after  long and careful sludy by well experienced planners and engineers.  It Is (*uite niiiiinil lhat a lew people  will i have genuine cause- lo protest  lhe  1   new  highway  for whatever direction  il  ,..i..fn|g,|il tnkj.*, il is inevitable' siinto toes are  gding lo he stepped upon, IhiMcally such  plans will be of greatest concern to lliose  property'owners residing in ils path and  no one can blame--ilium for objecting lo  .having- llieir land cut up, or opposing  having to rclocnie Hielr homos, Progress,  however,,cannot be stopped nnd llic only  solution is to plan u logical route to the  iiic'onvepience of lhe |Siniilles| number of  individuals, '  Tliere jonwilns lilllc doubt Ihe De-  pnrimcnl has done jusl Hint mid, it would  seem,, with lhe approvul of tho vast  niiijoiiiy,   This would appear to Include  )i(ipm:ty,()wners,..lnvolvcd,-l'oi',AVliile thu.,  ncvliiihlc protesters have raised ihclr  voice's, il Is very significant lo nolo Hint  lew of them have any nciiinl physical In-  vdlvenionl  and arc  no|  CWn properly  , owfK'i'.s h) Hml nron,  During niiid weeks il has hcconie iin  crcaslngly clear llinl a very small minor-  iiy group, undouhicdly with an Inspiring  voice lending giildiiiK-e, iTiilicm|iting to  sabotage lltii bypass, We would Inward  a gui'ns Ihul acliial route is of lilllc Onnse-  (pieiK'i* ns fnr as lhe group Is concerned,  This, of course, docs, nol iyW,r lo those  m ���wwnw wm**wm*m*w��i''*m*m m^m*m*mmm*mw%9wm��mwminm*ti0\  The PENiNsuuk^we*  - -1* I'irhlliliPd -Wcd'ncKliiyii nt Hn-Mt ���-  On H.CViSiH'-ililiiu ({owl ���  , ��� !l     , ���'   i  i, ,...,l>y     i   ,    .   . '  PnwcirRiver "Sewn ToWa (,'ricr'  Scdiclt Tlmci" Ltd,  ���- J.��o* 3110 \r ikehttwtr &.Gf ���-���-'-  Subscription R'��t����t< In n4vnno��)'  I.ocnl, % per your, llcyond 35lnillo'��1 ?7,  ,   U..S,A��� V), Oycrncii*, $10,  irrvingit Ilu* firm from I'orl Mellon to Rftiitorit  (Wove .Sound to JervU Inlet) ,  ,*0000matHaim��0*0l0*m0000m0*0m000*0*00*0**0000'*00*m'0i0*00000m  ���:." .;:...      'V  .:'.'.  ���with genuine and1 personal reasons I'or  protesting but rather those wilh'Ulterior  motives; What those motives might be  is ii mailer of conjeclure?  Wc learn niisleading information has  been circulated by certain individuals*  who most certainly should know heller.  One example is Ihal of an old map ol\ a��  proposed route which cuts through the  Brothers ���.Memorial I'ark. Ouite naturally ihis upset a number of people,and  is Hie reason some give for,, Iholr eur-  rciil protcsi,  I'aci of'ihc matter is, the' present  proposals do nol involve llic park, bul  il did sail the purposes of someone to  circililiiic  thin .old   map,  'Sonnetlung, in the woodpile dpes in-  doedN'inil an odour; ii has un out lei  in tlie local media which has for some  lime campaigned against, lhe village  riilher Ihan for it, Whv? We Ilil iloi'  profess io know bul could perhaps (in/urd  a darned,good guess,,. a  By Bequest  Editor,  The Times,  Sir: Several people have said to me  recently, "When ai-e you going to write  to the Times again?" 1 am flattered, didn't  realize anyone read my literary effusions  (or explosions)'.  Usually   one   writes     about   pleasant,  things like.Mr. Trudeau riding a palomino  bor.se in Calgary, for instance:-     *��� ~  "Hide a cockhorse to Calgary Cross  To .see Mr.,Trudouu  ride on a white  '  horstt*  With  rings On  his  fingers and  bolls  on   his toes  The girls wHI nil kiss him wherever  be goes", ' '  ��� llul all' Ihe ni>w[s nowl i'�� so fjlnnmy.  We read "secoiid.'lind.v found in'ditch'".  "Man shot In Huh to the sound of drums",  "Pub bombed hi Hell'usl". "Canucks' not  doing so-well",- "Laycoe .faces grim future". "Dmik li'juled to Hangers" (Josh!  whu!  next?  Hul  biological science Is doing heller  Thoy liave discovered Ihnl by injecting a  ���'ertiiln chemical mm the hrni'uH of a .small  ���wll'ldy; culled  planui'Jii,  ih,, saldwlggly'  leiiriis in dn iricUH-.-.perliapH fetching Iiiu  dinner plate, or dying for bis'country?  The said planavia is canabalistic. ihe .two  halves.live on when cut: iivJwo, and it  has only -I0f) brain cells. (Homo Sapiens  luis 10,000,000, believe it or not, personally I do not). When cut in .two, the brick  half eats the fi?ont half and becomes rea'l--  ly smart too: It is not known yet whether  the principle could be applied to children  i.e. become smart by eating their teachers, thus saving on school taxes���but Mr.  Urdthers should be told,  And re-teaeher-s, our winter weather  on the coast should be a great. -h^P m  teaching the past, present and future  tenses in grammai'7 i.e. It is either (1)  'just going to rain (2) is raining or- (3)  has just rained 1 and 3 often running  concurrently  Jike  prison  sentences.  We are confronted with a moral issue.  "We have received a questionnaire for  report on TV programmes, enclosing a  cheque for 50 cents. As it happens we do  not, watch any of the programmes mentioned except hockey night in Ciynada. '  Our moral sense has become blunted i'n  old age, ��hou)d we (1) send them back  'the 50 cents saying. "Sorry chums, we do  hot watch "-"Tiny of them except hockey"  (2) make up reports on programmes unseen, or (3) just enter up the hockey.  Probably it will be 2 or 3 because that  way we get to keep the SO cents.,  ��� But courage, mes amis, there liave  produced electrically warmed "hot pants".  So. at least one part of their bodies will  be  warm this wintry weather.  Wilh  that   comfort ing  thought,  I  ilm  yrs.   Truly  j. s. browning;  Why No Contest?  K.liior. The Times  Sir:   1   gather   from  your  editorial   of   kit   week   that  you' do  not   consider  Mr.  Wr-ai'?> actions have been'in the best in-  Irri'sl of Ihe District in general and while  1 IkiIc to admit it, I couldn't agree with  \;<ui more. The statement liy the Hon. Dan  (\iTnplTell lhat changes on Board and  Councils have to be made at the polls is,  ���f|tiiie true but when suitable candidates  fail to appear what i's the reason and  uiul,- docs the lilame lie. I would point  mil thai Director West luis never been  flfcled'to office and I find it unbelievable  that even in his very small area of about  min persons no-one is. wiling to contest  ihis veat.  Why?  l.asi year when I ran for office on  the 1'e^ional Board the ink on my nomination papers .was hardly dry before I  received a phone call on behalf of the  Executive Committee to advise me that  as I had worked in the Regional District  Office they would suggest I withdraw my.  application. Knowing full Well that in no.  way at ail I was I disqualified from seeking office (as yet the Municipal Act does  not stipulate that a candidate must Jove,  honor and obev Mr. West) 1 ignored lhe  advice only to be contacted again birt tliis  time the threat Was made that should I  lie elected, Ui,- Secretary-Treasurer's job  would- he in jeopardy. The members of  .the Executive Committee'at thai time I  believe were West,. Tyner and Ciilker  (Gilker did not run for office again but  was taken back on.the Board anyway as  7n "advisor'). Wliile U'was none of these  men who actually phoned mo 1 am in no  "doubt ;jiis to whom the instigator was. Nol  : lli'ing. anolher gutless wonder and bong  in the habil of making my own decisions,  I saw no reason lo ho b.nimida1**d or in-  ilui-nced by anyone else especially minor  dictators so 1 went oui lo win and caiue  wilhin a hair's breudlh of so doing, however, il would appear that my. incsiiage  was not received loiid unit dlelir because  a shorl lime ii|.;o about llio Ilmu of a re-  /oiiing meeting in lliis, area Mr, West  used his astounding gall to warn me in  his usual indirect iway agalnsl any cl-i-  iiclsm of llm I'humor and by n si range  ��� co-incidenee n .siihilar Ihreal was im-  lillcd,  Otic wonders jiist Jiow I'nr I Ills person  , ���boo page A-0  j^aga^^  SUNSHINE. COASr-M^SWNAL DISTRICT  !  I  I  A Byrlaw to establish'.a, specified areti within Electoral Area C of the  Sunshine Coast "Rcgiodal District for.ihe^ purpose of providing garbage ./*  . collection and disposal service.       . "" '        '���  .. "  I      - ���-- ��� *      ��� " . i -  .WHEREAS the Regional Board of the Sunshine Coast Regional  District has been requested to extend tlte*sc*r\'it"e of Garbage Collection  to the communities of Sandy Hook and Tuwanek; u  AND WHEREAS the Regional Board, is empowered, with respect  ,to tliat part of-the-Regional District not within a city, district, town or  village to undertake any work or service under thc provisions of Part   ��  Xvfof the "Municipal Act";"   ' ���  * AND WHEREAS this service is presently being provided in  adjacent areas; ' ,  NOW; THEREFORE, the Regional,Board i)f the Sunshine Coast  Regional Distiict in open meeting assembled, ENACTS as follows:  Tbs*_jJ*fgiona| Board'i's licreby empowered and authorized:  1. To establish in Electoral Area C a specified area defined as follows  aniUo bq known as the "Sandy Hook and Tuwanek Garbage Collection  and Disposal Specified Area" and such area shall be comprised of that  tract of land hereinafter described:  Commencing~"at the southwest corner of Lot 155S. Group"1, l^few, Westminster District, being a point on the highwatcr mark of Porpoise Bay  in Sechelt Inlet, on the easterly shore thereof; thence in a general northerly  "direction along said highwatcr mark to the northwest corner of Lot 325*-);  thence easterly along the northerly boundary of said Lot 325') to the  northeast corner thereof; thence southerly along the easterly boundaries _  of Lots 325l), ,1410 and 6715 to the southeast corner of said Lot 0715;  thence southerly in a straight line to the northeast corner of Lot 46S3;  tl,ience southerly along the easterly boundaries of Lots fl(>K3 and 46K7  to the southeast corner of said Lot 4687; thence easterly and southerly  along the northerly and easterly'boundaries of Lot 1557 to the southeast  corner thereof; thence easterly, southerly, and westerly along the norfherly,  easterly and southerly boundaries of' Lot 1558 to the aforesaid southwesterly corner thereof being the point of commencement.  2. To undertake and carry out or cause U> be c;frried out and.provide the  service of garbage collection "and disposal in and for the .said specified  area and do all things necessary in connection therewith.  ,3. The entire cost of providing thc service of garbage eolleelion and  disposal shall be borne by the owners of land in the said specified area  and a sum sufficient therefore shall be levied and raised in the manner  prescribed in the "Municipal Act" in each year commencing wilh the  year JV72, for such period of time as is necessary, on all lands and  improvements, on the basis of 'assessment as fixed for taxation' for  school purposes, excluding property that is taxable for school purposes  only by special Acl, within the said specified area.  . s      -      '  4: The specified area established by this by-law may be merged wilh any  other specified-area or areas for lhe same purpose whcHier contiguous  or not, in the manner provided in section 6l*-)(3) of the ''Municipal  '    .Act." ��� 7  5. This by-law may he cited as lhe "Sandy Hook and Tuwanek Garbage  Collection and Disposal Specified Area Establishment By-law No. 58,  1^71".  I  READ A FIRST TIME (his day of  'READ A SECOND TIME this day of  RE.AD A THIRD TIME ihis day of  l')7J  1071  l')7l  '  Take notice that the above is a true copy of the proposed by-law upon  Which the vole of lhe owncr-clcciors of lhe area specified in Hie by-law  will be taken al the Davis Bay Elemenlary School, Davis Hay, B.C. on ihe  ' I lib day of December,'. 1971,'between lhe hours of"eight o'clock in ihe  forenoon and eight o'clock in the afternoon, and that G, E, ���Gii'arLtJius  been sippoinled Returning" Officer for the purpose of taking and recording  lhe vole of owiajr-clcctors.  Dated al Davis Hay Ihis I.SUi day <,if November, l')7l,  CHARLES V  GOODING  *  Secretary  \  BH  ��H��IHip��iffl��B^  THE HOMESTEAD  HAVE YOU  TRIED A  THE HOMESTEAD  WILSON CREEK  ' Field Road at Highway 101  Phono 885-2474  4v*  te  ������"*,.  ���B  ijWWMStefeiJtmi,1 ifflKg  SAVE $ $ $  Limitnd numbor 4 Ibot  Fluorescent light  - -fixtures-- ���  a  1  Now Cott���-$48 ,  NOW,  Eacfi  Gulf Building Supplies  Phono 005-2203 Socholt "  iriufrtM  te  te  ...��  te  te  ,1*0*  te  te  Kit!  O'  te  l>l*l  te'  te  n**  te  "IM  te  te.  >'lM  te  aXPk  .MP*  'te:  KIM  te  te  'Hit  te  I..**,  te  IHM  te-  t.lNft  te  a��'M  "te  L'1.0  ��� te  iiifSL.  ���te  ���a����  .te"  "������IM"  iV$r  '"KI  te-  l.,00  te  L...0  ,te  IU  cm  We'd Like To Help You  1   7 i   ��� ' '  -To-Help-Others  HERE'S HOW: If you donnto $5.00 to ono of tho Cliri&tmns  Charity Funds Hated lio low, Conat Cnblo VSoion will present  you with n froo cnb\o vision connection (or extra outlet).  Xijr  ��� Horn U a|| llm)- |�� rnqiilrcdt Hand  in a cheque or money ordet In lhn  aitionnl ol $5,00, drawn' In favor OF  ONR OF THC CHArt'TY FUNDS  SHOWN llELOWl  Laclloa Anxlliarlos to  i  St, Mary't Hospital        ,  f "��� - r.^,      OR      ���,     ,      ' .  '"SiVniliJnT''GoaiFT]on��"Ciub "'"  S3E  wurnm uiiiii h  880*  \  mm  *m>  This SPECIAL CHRISTMAS OFFER .will qpply only to  provide sorvlco fo nbw subscribers or exfonsions on  existing installations. (It doos NOT covor local movos  1 \ or sorcharc|os btc.)  -J  NOTIi    ThU   Special   tfirlilmai  nllar'appllnt only on" tho' Sunahln*  ���Coair'''oii<t''-Only*"^Wh��iF|"'CA'Ptl'"  VISION facilities Art PrWtMly  Avalloblo,  Qk%&  idion  PHONE 886-2444  T*V Wo will endeavor to cam*  ,    ploto oil  CfiRiSTMAS SPECIAL  installations boforo Chrlitmas,  >b.ut,th.l�� cannot bo guaranteed,  THIS   SPECIAI,   CHRISTMAS  OFFEft   IS   E^FECTIV^   ON  NOV EM DER, J 5th  A N D  EX-  PIRES AT 5 P,Mr DECJEMPER  18th, 1971.  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' ' I  "srw^.--"^ T^^vIW^isac*. J%qzr>5&"7^fj^C zA^"'^it ^"h'^Sf"'^^ A-^^^^^^^^"^S^^ ' "" V fAr^J''fJkt^  ~* ���*,**'t"r^ "AJ" J&^C* ^jp^A'-1^*- *^f��"<^jy<- J^~T^J^'^^^^^\-^S;-*�� ���^^~^"R"^'^ "^,"'^v^ ^^ LS^"^3^V"^*-a��>^^l'%S^^ ���^T^f^mWT'  ��^.f;_r���_T,  -n  History of Haifrmgn Bay  IHSTORY of Halfmoon Buy goes hack at\  lengt'ns I'nr ns UN)':. There may have  .been pearlier ,sqifn*'1ws in the bity, but  according to Ihe records of. tho Department nf Lands, Forests and Water Resources, the following were the first settlers::    ��� ��� ;.  Lot 1320���E. Walker, pre-empt or in  1001. Lot 1327���W. Itawding, pre-emptor  in 1R91. Lot I47R���T. R. Morrow���applied  tt>.purchase in 1891. Lot 1427���W. Raw-  ding, (ippTI'e.d lo purclrnse in IB92, Lot  Ui3f'���C. Pi'leslland���pre-emptor in t^i>2. '  Lot. 1952���Win. B. Smith, pre-emptor in  1905. Lot J951 A���Arthur Newiand. pre-  emptor in 1907, Lot 2389���Edmonrl Dow, .  pre-emptor in i'911. Lot 231)4���F. A, Dunn, ���'-.  ^pre-emptor in 1911. I^ot 3342���daisy E.  McKay, applied to. purchase in 1911. Lot"  2393���Gustaf. Nordh, pre-emptor in 1911.  Many of tlieso early settlers disappear-  ert without leaving any appreciable mark  on tlie history of Hnll'moon Bay, but the  one who has become n loyeiid is Mrs.  Clara Priest hind, or Mrs. Clara Lyell as  she later became. This little wo.ni.un had  the courage, perseverance and initiative  which make a ^real pioneer.  Born in Enplane!, she had (ravelled to  Canada by way of the Horn, with a few  -of her cherished  possessions,  including n  small organ. She" married Charlie. Priest-  ��� land, a plasterer ,and..l.liey "lived  ih Vancouver   on. 7th   Avenue,   just   off   Main  Street. Around J390 when she was about  32 years old, Mrs. Priest land left her hus-"  hand and headed alone for Halfmoon Bay  which was to he hor home for more than  411 years. There she pre-empted HiO acres  of land  including waterfrontage" riglTT at  the  head  of''Halfmoon  Bay. She  built a  -Jog   house   on   the   site  where   the   Don  Rutherford   home   now   stands,   and   she  became postmistress, a position she held  for   many   years.   When     her   log   house .  burned down a few years later, she built  another  home close   by.  ���     In her early days at the Bay, the Post  Office was known as Welcome Pass. The  Bay  was surveyed  in   1910 and  the name  "Half-Moon  Bay"  first  appeared  on  Admiralty Chart No. 207K' published in 1912.  The spelling was changed during the next  few years and the post; office name was  officially   changed     in   January   1915   to  "Halfmoon Bay Post Office";-'-     ���������---���--i-  There was no wlfhrl' in IiaTfmoon Bay  in those days and the poslinistrexsHliities  involved rowing out lo Welcome Pass in  all weathers lo meet the coastal steamers  which carried the mail.  WitIV Ihe post office went a single-  line government telegraph, wilh each station having a set lime each day to relay  and receive its messages. Il must have  been a hard and lonely life for this liny  Englishwoman, "* but she made many  friends among the people of the coast���  the loggers, miners, tug boat crews and  summer visitors.  The Indians on their travels up and  down the coast would make their overnight stops in tin- friendly shelter of the  Bay, pulling up'theji- canoes and camping  on (he beach. Thoy would always bring'  hor a fish or a piece of bear meat. When  any .of the mission boat!* anchored in tho  Bay, she would irivite Ihe minister ashore  (o hold a service and the'hymn, singing,.  1 would he accompanied hy tlie Jit lie organ  which she had brought with her from  England.  When news came nf llie death" of her  husband, Mrs. Priest land married John  Lyell, an Englishman who had been fishing around thai part of the const in his  sloop.  Years later, a man named Bol'i Rainey  was murdered in the Bay and rjjiuor was  rife thnl (here liad l,ieen nn argument  between Italney and John Lyell .over ��'  young woman, Lyell wlis accused of the  murder, Imi) whether he was guilty or nol  remains ono of llalfiuoon Hay's unsolved,  mysteries,   IVir  ho 'disappeared   nnd   was  ,.. ..,._,.��� ,  ���     -   -^|,y Mary Tinkley  ** ��� i   .    .  never again seen in the vicinity of Halfmoon Bay. His sloop was discovered 7u  Bueenpeer Bay 'and there were pinny conjectures regarding his movements.-Some  iTkSopla .thought he was hiding out some-  \v\iere nearby and that "his wife wan supplying him with provisions. He had many  frievdf** ���nroong the coast steamqr captains  and \ho might quite easily havo ���ybeihr;  piekei".1 up and transported to some safer  locntiot,*. where ho would not be recog-1  nized.  Mrs. \Lyell died in St. Mary's Hospital,  Pender ryarboiir'"(>'."   1933  at   the  age of  75. In* her   will she left her, organ to Pat  .tW.all (now", .Mrs. Pat Ness) and it was  in use ot S>* Aldan's Chi("x*lwuul JSunday  School in' Rabesrts Creek for many~years,  "Now Tr is back in llTtrisnsHBsstoifTir'Mrs. -  Ness. . \  It is' .perhajps strange that nothing  around Halfmodn Bay has been named  in meniprya of 'Mrs. Lyell who is undoubtedly its mtAit' famous pioneer. At  one time the. head, of the Bay on which  Mrs. Lyell's property fronted was called  :Prieslland Bay and it ^appeared by this  name on one of the older charts.  ���    Another of the enr't.v settlers, Frederick  A, Dunn, came to the Bny in 1009 working with a survey crew. Jle decided to  settle there and was appointed linesman,  responsible for. the upkeep, of. the telegraph line. He pre-empted 1(50 acres near  Welcome. Pass, of. which he retained 100  acres, selling the rest. There was no scliool  in the Bay, but his daughter Edna attended .classes in one' of the cabins on the  cul:off, a Iniil which joins lhe-Ed. Ed--  muds "properly and the Halfmoon Bav  store, This was n right-of-way* when ���the  Duns .first arrived In 1909 nnd was, in fact,  Ihe only connecting link between ��� ncil-  Voofs'-ftnd: Hull'mooa Bay, ���  ���In 1914, Mrs. Lyell donafed .to. the  community a piece*,cjf land for the school.  Some of the fathers who set to work on  clearing the land were Reginald Harvey-  Jones, Mr. Mintie, Mr.. Hopkioson, Mr.  Shoebridge and Bill Hart. The builder  was Mansell Mann. ;-.  When the land -was cleared and the  j-wm**iriitrd slanted un-the .building ol" tht-  scliool, Mrs. Gladstone, .the former Edna  Dunn, recalls having open air lessons on  the site sitting on forms made of planks  of lumber. Two of the pupi"lsrsshi remembers in (hose early days were Reggie  Shoebridge and Nora Newlnnd.  When Edna Dunn married. Russell  Hawes Brooks in 1924,. they bought lhe  100 afro property near Welcome .Pass  from her father nnd built themselves the  tine h*W which still stands in "SrooTcsf  Bfiy and which was recently"- renovated  apd restored'by Larry and JVIel MeHose. It  was^ the Brooks' home, foe? many years,  At that time, there were,still no: roads  at the northern end of the Peninsula',  but the Brpoks cut t\ four mile bridle trail  and travelled back'and forth to* Half-,  moon Bay on horseback. Mr. Brooks died  in T9U3'. " , ���'"���-.  Mr... ond Mrs. Dunn, after Edna's marriage, had acquired a property: between  Ihill'moon'Bay and Brooks' Bay and had  'built a homp there'.whore Ihey lived for  many years. -  Arthur Newiand, who pre-empted in  H'07, stayed in the Bay for some years  and took an active interest in the com-,  numity. He was instrumental in getting  the school built in 1915 and served as  a trustee. His daughter, Nora Jerome who  now lives in Trail, makes periodic visits  buck to the Bay to Visit'her old friends.  '. Another of the early->sellietiv-Edmo��4-  Dow, came to an unfortunate end. While  working a "mine way up behind the  Douglas residence with another man  niime,d.Eri.ckson, they were both, killed in  an accident.  (To be Continued)  W    t*u.m?   ^L*z  -I       1        Or,  *,      *���  I.  ��� ���!  '     ' t  ��� t c* *�����������   .  , %-. l�� ���  '.  * r:  .**��� -sis*^  grttr", . If-  -.1 f  ���-':vr  - > *f  i   i  ���st,' ��,!���  4'  -���1'  'v  ���"V  t <y  j  i*  '. ���*".���  *  ��� ����  ��������*'..��.  v11  '  *      -I  ^-  *0.&  0 \  fr  'I ���  '" "T  t.  r  I /Iwwr     *���  *v.  M  .fr*  ���"   Uf'  ���rw-tw��/.  ^Hj\  .-'��>!    i  l"   l��  'i  >A^  A yeul   :.i.  Halfnfoon Bay 1930  JIomc&-ot early fesidents-otUlifr-Half���  moon Bay area, .taken-" m the early  1930s are from left: Mrs. Lyell's  home, the Louis Mason residence and  the home of Mr, and Mrs. Hilton Tait.  The latter is now odcupied by Dr.  nnd Mrs: Don 'Rutherfbrd.  HII-idEi! STAMPS  COMMERCIAL PRINTING  Amor de Cosmos was horn William  Alexander Smith Mn 11125, in Windsor,  Nova   Scotia.  ���' Bishop George Hills is remembered  as the father of the Anglican Church in  British, Columbia.  see  'TIMBS  ACCOUNTANTS  RALPH C. DUCKWORTH  CHARTER ED ACCOU NTANT  Telephone: 885-9515  SECHELT, B.C.  Telephone: 886-2912  GIBSONS, B.C.  W.  Philip Gordon  CHARTERED ACCOUNTANT  Tel:  Bus.  886-2714,  Res. 886-7567  Harris Block, Gibsons, B.C.  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DISPOSAL SERVICES  SUNSHINE COAST DISPOSAL  SERVICES LTD.  PORTMil.l.ONtoOIPSCOVr  THi H06-?l93a or 0*15.9973  Cnll llsfltr Vniir l:)|i,|W!i})| N***<*<W  Whon Ri'iioviitlnfi Or Spilim CIoiiiiIihj,  CuiiKiliVirA /\V(illul)|n,  '  '1  ' l l ��� '" ^  ELECTBICIAWS  >   ---ACTON ELECTRIC LTP. " :  RflM(1��mlnl - ln'1i��str|al oivl Morlno Wiring  lllflctrlc I l��at - I.Ino Work  " Phono 806-7244  'RciidoritlaJ - Cdmtiiorela!*s, Induttrlol  SIM ELECTRIC LTD.  GjovT Cortlflefl Elbotrlclans   ,  Phono Day orEvo. 0D5-2062  Serving \Hq Sunshine Coast with reliable and  economical Cooking,  Heating and Hot Water.  FREE ESTIMATES  Phone 885-2360  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  i      ���  ���  your  IMPERIAL ESSO AGENT  886-9663 - Hopkins Landing  FURNACES  PARKINSON'S HEATING LTD.  GIBSONS  ESSO Oik FURNACES  No dawn payment - Bank Interest  Ten years to nay  For froo e.tlmate���Call BB6-2728  Complete line of appliances  HAIRDRESSERS -        ,   ANN'S COIFFURES  In the Bal Block  Next to lhe Co-op' Store  Gibsons 886-2322  PENINSULA ORNAMENTAL  IRON WORKS i  WROUGHT-IRON nAII.INfiS ���  AND MISCIUANI OUr.,OI'NAMI hlfAl,  ;. , IRON WORK       ,  fhonn 006.7029 - 00fi.7OSfl - 006-7220  ~~      if*! t: 1 srlMAH !*   ���  '"'". .11'  'I  I  JANITOR SERVICE     ''""  VV��lcomo td Tho, Floorshlno Coast  howe'sound"  JANITOR SERVICE rr���  SpoclnllMn In Cloanlnfl * Ffoor Waxlnfl '* ��  Sproy nolllno - WWow CMnlrifl  RUG SHAMPOOING  Phono 886-7131 - Gibsons, B.C.  JANITOR SERVICE  (Cont.)  JOHNSON'S  BUILDING MAINTENANCE  "peciali?ing4p;^....,'._ _��__   Paper Hanging, Interior &-Exteriorsdecorating,  Rug Cleaning, All types of Building  Maintenance. Floor Installation.  Window Cleaning.  PHONE 885-9715 AFTER 4 P.M. (  Box 642 - Sechelt. B.C.  MACHINE SHOP  SECHELT BEAUTY SALON  Dlcinnn Allen, Proprietor  Export l"lalr Styling  Cowrlo SI,/- , phono  Socholt, B.C.     ,, 885-2818  'MfeftTINQ & SHEET ^ETAL  HALL SHEET METAL  pomostlc ; Commorclql - Industrial  r-J���   .^iffhRno^WS^O^  OlL FIRED W^ARM AIR HEATING  .    oil fired wAti.:r'i-ii:ati;r5  Nolhlim Dnyvri - - 10 Y<w�� To Po*/  Uuh\ l*lnrnt>lmg '  Roy Blqncho Madolra Pork  8832401 883^2,778  IRONWORKS   At the Sign of the Chevron  HILL'S MACHINE SHOP   ~  & MARINE SERVICE LTD.  Machine Shop ��� Arc and Acty Welding  Steel Fabricating ��� Marine Ways  Automotive and Marine Repairs  Standard Marine Station  Phone 886-7721   Res. 886-9956, 886-9326  CARINAS  GIBSONS MARINE SERVICE LTD.  at ESSO MARINE  Gas - Diesel Repairs - Welding  Evinrude Soles - OMC Parts & Service.  Boat Hauling  Phone 886-7411 Gibsons, B.C.  NURSERY  ��� , -v *���*��� ,        ���"���  MACK'S NURSERY - Roberts Creek  landscaping - Shrubs - Fruit Trees - Fertilizer  '   'Bern*? Plants - Bedding Plants - Peat Moss  JFully Licensed Pesticide Spraying for  Landscaping and Trees  Sunshine Cojist Hwy. - Ph. 886-2684  RETAIL STORES  (cont.)  THE TOGGERY r  Ladies' ancf Children's Wear  Open six days a week  Phone 885-2063  Cowrie Street, Sechelt  TASELLA SHOPPE  Ladies' - Men's - Children's Wear  Yard Goods- Bedding -Linens  Dial 885-9331 - Sechelt B.C.  OPTOMETRIST  FRANK E.  DECKER, OPTOMETRIST  Bal Block - Gibsons  Every, Wednesday  886-2248   '  PHOTOGR  APHERJ  PENINSULA PHOTOGRAPHERS  A Completn Phalonraphlc Sorvlco  WRPPIaNGS". PORTRAITS - PASSPORTS  COMMERCIAL  C. ADERNETHY  Glbiom, B.C. - Phono 086-7374  or 006-7215  PLUMBING AND HEATING   "i���It-- : ' ,  SEASIDE PLUMBING  Gibsons-  Plumbing - Plpofltllng - Stnnmflttlna  Mul Watar I tooling - Pipe Lagging  FRRII HSTIMATPS  Phono 886-7017 or 886-2048  Repnlru - Allflrnlloni - rio'vt Infilnllntlnni  LAUfclE'S  PLUMBING &  HEATING  LTD.  Gnvi. Cnrtlllnd Plnmhor   -���   "i\ Hour Sorvlco  Phono 886-2406  -��-nnNrRAL -.(iRLivimY��� sect iin.Trii,c, ���  006.9533 ~*  PENINSULA  PLUMPING LTD.  Snlivi nn'l Sorvlrrt  Pnnifl, llnnllnn Siippllmi, rnwcntt Appllnnfoi.  Snrv|f��>   oivl   Ropalrs1 10��Walei'   Syntoim  1    i    ��� <- Piimni, l:rr?n rvllmnlo*),  f.up|)l|i!ii ior llni po-li-YoMifiolfnr  ,     Jack Mor��holl Jaek McLood  006.9620 D0B.446O  ���-'   Norm MfleKay, 886i7770  tiinl  RENTALS  "RENT IT AT"  THE RENTAL SHOP  at Dorl* Bay .' *  '���  "Wo Ruht pr Snll |Mmo��|| 'nvfliylliliifi"   ' '  TypUillorn -AlQlillna l?lnn|n - '|��i|ovli��li)n��  ��aio 1'illBrn- ���Cernenr Mlwr**- Miwn HaKwi  i Mnnhanlc's To'i|*> ,,���  U HOUR SERVICE  PHONr^8t3.2m|J.  PRTAIL STORES  C HV 5 HARDWARE  SBC MELT, D.C.  APPLIANCHS - H/SRDWARG  'HOME 'PUftNISHINGS  Phono 889-9713  SEWING MACHINES  SUNSHINE    D B   r.  EWING       Bernma & 0me9G  ERVICE       Sales' parts' S.ervicffi  FREE HOME DEMONSTRATION  REPAIRS AND SERVICE ON ALL MAKES  Mrs. Mono Havies - 885-9749  SPORTING GOODS  CLIFF'S BOATS  & ACCESSORIES LTD.  Fishing Supplies - Boats new and  Used . . . Large & Small  885-983* SbcM  SURVEYORS  ROY & WAGENAAR  B.C- Land Surveyors  Marine Building - Porpoise Bay  Sechelt, B.C.  885-2332 or ZEnith 6430  TIRES  COASTAL TIRES  Sunthino Coast Highway  Bok 13, Glbtons, B.C. . Phone 006-2700  SALES AND SERVICE  All"Brands Available  Moriday to Salurday 8:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.  Friday evening t��y appointment only,  TOWING  Scows ���- Logs  SECHELT TOWING & SALVAGE  LTD.  Heavy Equipment Movlna & Uoq Towlno  "L. HIGGS  Phone 885-9425  TRANSFER  LEN WRAY'S TRANSFER  Household Moving, Packing, Storage ,  Poijklno Matorlala r"or,Salo  .     ��� Mftinbor of Allied Var> Mnoi,  ,   Canada's No. I Movjori"  Phono 886-2664, R.R, 1, Gibson*, B.C,  HANSEIfS TiANsTlTR LTU  'WAREHOUSES  Gibsons 886-2172  DAILY SERVICE FROM VANCOUVER  J~~SPIWIN(5-THB'SECHaT-PIJNINSU'^------  Fnrnltiim lo onvwliu'ro' In Conodo,  Qenaral Frelplit,  Low-bed and honvy haullnn  T.V. oriel RADIO  SUNSHINE,COAST T.V. SALES  & SERVICE LTD.  ADMIRAL anil l*l.f*CTROI lOME DEALERS  Gordon Oliver 7.   HdNicholsotV  In Tho Heart, Of Pnwnlown Socholt,  Bok 799, Socholt 885*9816     CI.Or.l'.D_ON MONDAYS   l<iioha 883-2513  HARBOUR SUPPLIES  ��� ' *',.,..,...H(;RblARR:<3l;RICK_,..,.._ _  CO. Uoh 158     .    '  ���  Madeira Ipark, B.C. ,  W'  ���'  'tr '   a.  m  ���***���  i*  i.*  I*  ���iK^m   .  *"'  ���J  te*  $  UPHOLSTERY  BBUm CUSTOM UPHOLSTERY  AND DRAPERIES  ftmipholnteirlnp �� RetHyllno �� Cornplitio Pr��priv  8��rvtca��Sample* shown tn mo home  ,   Phono 886-2050 aftor 6 p.m..  or 086-2873  7~ t''^V��CJ3*f?Jflfc  W*l *0��$R?&3Zj>**'  i**"*-7-**. V.  *��  ^v'.->'_ ?���*��<���� *;. ^ .'^.'r vi^-*.-  ���fjf.  V^^^^H^^r1/^*'^.^ V  vvyvvvvwvvvvv vV vO-V-^"^-'sSJ-<Wa^W"v >  ^ ��/'-fr'V'-*''V.W��,*-*'**^**,WN  r av vWv ���>^,\i-V"VMr"V"a��> H**^ 1  , ���<J"��-J��'V$�� v-v<v>iMEla  'V  *" -J-  '   -1  ,-fr-  i >.- i  'it  Page A-*   Pqnin*iul��,Tlnn��, Wednesday, Nov. 2<l, 1$71    ���CAI   cctatp  i     ii �� wi ii ���  iii i ii m ui'n��i "*;��   i' .,*������ '�� iii i a; '�� 'im ��n. um m, in, t   ��'���'��         (IBMI��    CiJU M ��� ������  ����������IW��f>��IW)W��iaWWMW<WWMW>llljlWM|^^  REAL ESTATE (Continued)    REAL ESTATE (Cont)  Classified  ^��wwwi��^>wiwwwtw>iiw^ti��WMMi��iNW����i����^i,w��'W'^��'"<w>^^  PublisVied-^ednesdays by  Powell River News'Town Crier  Sechelt Times Ltd,  at Sechelt; B.C.  "Established 1963  PERSONAL  Member, Audit Bursa*  or Circulation*  March 31,  1971  Gross CircMlat'on 2884  Paid Circulation 2396  As filed with the Audit Bureau  of Circulation, subject tb audit,  ,     Classified Advertise Rates: w  3-Une Ad-Briets U2 words)  i One  Insertion . .������������-$1,00  FOyp. - O - EIGHT     Boarding  Kennels, Francos Ave, Halfmoon $ay. Ph. 8B5-9469, Boolt  now fqr  Christmas- -     7583-2  ALCOHQUCS Anonymous ���  Meetings 8:30 p.m., Thursdays, WUson Creek Community flail. Ph. 885-9327,t 88*3-  2343  4979-tfn  Three Insertions  Extra lines (4 words)  ..$2.00  ,20c  AVON caillipg���"for Avon Products in your area, call Mrs.  Anne Kelly 885-9979, West Sechelt area, pnd Mrs. Helen  Philips 885-2183, Wilson Creek  and  Sechelt area. 7475-52  . BAL,LET  lessons offered,  R.-  "PRIME elevated waterfront 40  ] acres at West Porpoise Bay,  Includes large modern 5 bedroom house.i broadloom throughout1;" 3i bathrooms, hot water, heat, etc. $97,000. F.: J,  Whitcroft (owner) Vancouver.  Phone 112-738-7165 or 263-  7631.. 7455-tfn  A. E. .AUSTIN CO. LTD.  -���~���Gaiiden Bay, B.C.  GARDEN Bay Lakefiont���22  ,< acres private float, beautiful  location ior lodge, cabins, trailer park, $50,000. With good  terms. Pressurised water.  paved -roads, panoiamic view.  Reduced $20,000 tor quick  sale.  (This rote does'not apply to  commercial Ad-Briets)"^   Boy Numbers ���_^_lbc extro  50c Book-keeping charge is added  :   tor Ad-Briets not paid by  publication date.  Logol or Reader advertising  per count line.  Subscription Rotes���  By Mai):  Local Area _���_$6.00 yr.  Outside Local Area ..$7.00 yr.  U.S.A.   .      ������������^- .-$9-00 yr.  ������i=s-.-.v::.AiP'A-4ttethod. For  ion call 886-9522.  informat-  7585-52  .-WISH to dpntact Latter Day  Saints members. Phone 885-  2175 or 886-2546. 6766-tfn  35c  HELP WANTED  Overseas  .$10.00  yr.  Special Citizens,  Local  Area  _  Canada  ������  By Carrier  RETIRED gent, clean with re-  *��� ferences wanted to care take  small place. Write Box 7575,  _do Peninsula Times, Box 310,  Sechelt, B.C. 7575-52  _^$3.50  ___$4.00  60c mo.  MALE - female ��� Attention  local artists, wanted handi-  crafted merchandise for retail  Copyright and/or property rights store. carvings, jewellry, glass-  subsists, in all display advertising  and other material appearing in  this edition ot the Sechelt Peninsula times. Permission to reproduce wholly or in part and in  any form whatsoever, particularly  by a photographic or offset process  'in a publication, must be obtained  , in writing from, the publisher. Any  unauthorized reproduction will be  subject     to     recourse    in     law.  "In the event of b 'typographical  error advertising goods or services,  at a wrong price, goods or services  may not be sold and the difference  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 js submitted t��  customer is also- chargeable at an  hourly rate for the additional  work. .     .      ..    "  ware,  corsages,  arrangements,  etc. Phone 886-2339.       7574-52  WANTED  RETIRED couple wish to rent  or purchase retirement home  on the Sunshine Coast. Write  Hugh "- Weatherby, 106-2030  Barclay St., Vancouver 5, B.C.  ,.^....,...   ���...7490-S2-  TOYS���White  Elephant  items  and   pocket   books   for   Sechelt   Thrift   Shop.   Ph.   885-  2117. 7596-52  SALAL   wanted.   Top   prices  paid.  Contact  J.  M. Hayes,  Sechelt before picking. Phone  885-9962. 7505-52  SALAL WANTED  If you are frowned off,  try me.  NAIDA WILSON  885-9746    -  7563-52  WANTED fO^ENT  MOTHER   and   five   children  urgently   requires   home   to  rent,   Sechell   area.   Ph.   885-  9852.  GARDEN Bay Sea View���Ful-  -    ly furnished 3 bdrm.  hon*e,  panoramic   view   of   Harbour,  $15,900.  Reduced    $4,000    for  -quick sale. ,  ONLY 6 Left���Appiox. Vt acre  lakefront ��� and view lots on  Garden Bay Lake, Pender  'Harfeour apa. Only 25% dn.  Payments as low as $30 per  mo. Buy now. These won't  last. Priced - from $4,500 *to  $5,600. . '  A  VETERAN'S Note���Beautiful  a new 2 bdrm. home on secluded acre, overlooking "Francis Point, to V.L.A. standards.  Mortgages can be assumed by  qualified veteran @ 3M>% and  W*</c.  Full  price  $29,500.  i��������� Arehie Bray ton  Tel. 883=272.8...  '��� -     7532-51  WILL trade 19 foot cabin boat1  ��� 10Q hp. O.B. as payment or  part payment bn <property.  Write Box 7601, The Times,  Box 310, Seciielt,   B.C. 7601-52  MacGREGOR PACIFIC  REALTY LTD. ;  Box 799,  Gibsons, B.C,  Van Direct:  685-3133''  WEST SECHELT: 18QL. waterfront low level- beach, plus  2 acres approx. Beautiful post  & beam, oil heated-home, alf  view and level land. $25,000  handles;  bal   on  good ^onms.  112' W/F - GIBSONS;. One of  most m.iRiuticient home$ in  Gibsons, tmly an executive  home, with a spectacular view  ol Howe Sound,,' unci snow  capped mountains; Completely  private, wall-to-wall through-  -mit���M-tist-be-^oon to���be���ap*-  pieciaied    MUST  SELL.  75' W/F - ROBERTS CREEK;  Completely renovated 2 bedroom cottage, lo\v. beach, excellent ..swimming' area. Includes matching stove, fridge,  washer dryer, fireplace, patios.  Ideal for retirement, or sum-  ,mer hide-away!  John Black: 886-7244 oT 886--  7316  or   685-3133.  RETIREMENT SPECIAL:  4Vi  acre   farmette,   2   bdrm   o/t  bouse, fenced .pasture and^out  SECLUDED but accessible by  good lane, 160 acV*es beautiful well elevated, undeveloped property, year round  creek, some ocean view, neav ,  Secret Cove. $60,000. * Will  accept some terms. Box 310  Peninsula Times, Sechelt.  6981-tfn  EWART McMYNN  REALTY & INSURANCE  Multiple Listing Service  Box 238," Gibsons, B.C.  REAL ESTATE (Con*.)  CHARLES ENGLISH LTD,  Real'Estate & Insurance'  SUNNYCREST   SHOPPING  '" CENTRE,  Gibsons, B.C.  HOPKINS LANDING: Charming cottage on Marino Drive  with lovely view. Two lots, extending up to North Road,  nice trees at back, Furniture  hrcluded, ready to move ity  JIas living room, glassed 'in  sim porch, kitcheii, batbroorp,  bedroom and basement area,  Wgll built. Could be modernized, Our sign ^on, look for  "Rpseneath". Listed for $12,000.  TRAILERS & CAMPERS  m  ���������'��� ���0,i*,*m,���,im    ^1 ������     ���| .���- .  ��������������  r-    ������*���    ���      ������ ���������- ��������� -mm. I.���  ���  13 "FT. trailer, sleeps 3 -4. In  good condition, $675. Apply  to C, E;- Syk6&, 'Beacb Ave.,  Roberts   Creek.   Ph. ;q86-93Ql,  ,-7537-52  -iW  FOR SALE  FIHST    class    firewood,    $25  cord '20" alder ,pnd fir delivered and staked. Pli. 886-  .. .r  ���  9584,  7586-2  ROBERTS   CREEK   WATER-  FRO N T:    T w o:   wttterfron t  lots,  lightly  treed  and  easily  cleared.   Uoflr: lots   are   level���(Try-your cash "offers.)  with unobstructef view across Call us at 886-2481  the    Gulf,    easy    access    off      ^  n ;  Beach Avenue. Excellent pro- -.GOOD/ sized lot on Highway  perty'in an area where water- h0*'' Aildersbaw Road. $3,500.  front is difficult to obtain, FP    Beacb Avenue ��� lot   50  x   150.  IF   IT'S   suits-Mi's ���"Morgans.  885-9330, $echelt, B.C,  ,'V |893-W��  ��� ���*���-**. !���y I'll ''���������.:���    . '"*:.  ���-  30" Ban<#aw, suitable boat  building /br shakes, $250. Ph..  885-9735.' 7445-58  for   BOTH   lots,   $25,000.   OFFERS. MLS.  W A TERFRONT ACREAGE,  KEAT ISLD.4-On West  Beach, we offer 2 acres of land  witli, 700 ft. of excellent water-  frontage Property is well  treed with southern exposure.  View is", towards Salmon Rock  buildings. Excellent areafclose  ^and Gulf of Georgia. Property  to Gibsons, with an> aurora of  country    living.'   MUST    BE ,  -SOLD:" $l"j.800.   .  GIBSONS: Large building lots,  excellent location, cldse; to"  everything, on all services:  MUST BE SOLD: $3500.00.  Lorrie Girard: 886-7244 or  886-7760 or Van Direct: 685-  -SiaS,.. 7595-52  CUTE cottage, V bedroom.  Large level lot, fruit trees  and landscaped. Municipal water. Principles only. To view,  885-2153 after 6:00 p.m.  7304-tfn  BIRTHS  ~7 GIBSONS AND SECHELT     .  WESTERN DRUGS  ...   is   pleased  to  sponsor   this  Birth   Announcement spoco,   and  extends Best Wishes to tho happy  parents.  FOR RENT  O0ITUARY  FURNISHED house, complete,  on wflterfront,, for 2 weeks  around Christmas, Name, ad-  doss and references, to Box  7573 c/o Peninsula Times,  Box 310, ScchQll, 75"?3-52  310 It. waterfront, over 3 acres on>2 separate parcels; Very  lar.ge.hQme���6 (cpuld 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 ft.  waterJront lot tor $42,000.00.    *  MADEIRA PARK  MCLEAN- On November 18,  1071,, John K, McLean of".  Roberts Creek in hi.^lll.st year,  Formerly of Vancouver. Survived by his loving wife Sally,  4 daughters Mrs, G. (Morag)  ��� Ritchlnfifi of  Vernon,  Mrs,  E/  SELMA   Park  mooting,  Ph.  Hall.   $5   per  085-9437.  7343-tfn  HALL for rent, Wilson Creek  Community    Hall.    Contact  Mrs.    Diane   Anderson,   "885;  3385. 5455-tfn  (jcHHio) i..<./rmHkuPjLJiQ��)a.,ge   i iKBn^ ,~-, ~ 3" ,;--  ;'..,.  '     ify^.L^!,..l,(J       uf land, $100 a month. 3 min.'  (Luolla), Luxton of Frasortlulo,  Out., and Mrs, G. (Joan) Mu.s-  saro of North* Burnaby. Ope  .slstfjr in England1,��� 1'3 grandchildren und (I great grandchildren, Mr, McLean nerved  with the Black Watch and wan  iiwui'flcfl the1 D.C.M. Ilov. J.  ijWllllnmfion conducted tho Her-  vlce ut the Harvey Funeral  Home, November 22, Hev, II,  Lennox I),!), conducted n  grnvesldn nervlco In the I.O.-  O.F.Heclioii of Monutiijn Vlnw  Ceineteiy, Niivoinboi' 23, lliu'r  vcy Fimeral' llriine director,  7I*��H��I)SS  drive to Madeira Park, Phono  88(1-2091 after 0 p.m.     75611-52  WINTER accommodation available from September, .Separate living rm. and bdrm. Huth-  roopi with Hhowcr, Reasonable  niton, At Lowo'h, Madeira  Park Motel, I'hono 883-2456,  Under now management,  ',    71)34-1 fii  all, electric, Htove, fridge,  ciii'imi't, wuHher, dryer, Phono  1185-03(16, 7540-52  Approx.   1 Mi   acres   of   semi-waterfront .parkliko   view   property.  Located just abov<?"Madeira Park gov't wharf.  ���_|__J "~.���i- '     ��� ,*,        ..i ....i  REDROOFFS ROAD    .,  Lot 11 is a lurgc view lot���^-85 by 550, Look .lor our sian on tha  property. Priced at $5,000 with terms.  PENDER HARBOUR  Now  2  bedroom  864  sq,   It., model  homo.   Electric  hoot,   :,lono  tiropkico, wall to wall'shag carpels' throughout, On choice soml-  walcrlronl lot overlooking Ponder -Harbour and clo'.o !o\toio arid  marina, Full prlco $25,900 with $5,000 down,  " WATERFRONT LOTS  U,t M���90 ft.���$13,000.        Lot 20���100 H.--414,500.    ,  Lot 16������ 125 ft.���$13,500,      Lot D ���98 It,- $10,500,  Lot 19���75 It, $12,500, Lot  15--135'It,���$16,000,  Lot M--80 It���$10,000,  85 (l. waterfront lot al tori Covo���-$13,000.  2/5 ll, al Garden Uqy���$26,000.  /  A|>|7i  ox, 3  (ICIt'f.  ..MADEIRA PARK  ol (ho linb-.t. vlow properly'In I'midor I Inilioiir,  $17,000 with pood toirm.  .1  WKUHlCKl-pn Novomljor III,  Muriel 0, Woi'hlclil of Gib-  Hoii'm li.C, Survived l/y l)iM'  luvliifi IhihIhuhI1 Rudolph, One  daughter Mni, D, (Mlalno) Lot-  ^hkl��,<il7P'0lK1u:,yii���jni>�����,,,HlMl(!i'l l''���  MiinTreiil, nud nil liiiWVo iii Rd-*  rni)iit(ii),   I'rlvalo   lunerul.   ar-  rnnKiiin(intn linvn bimn  inudn,  75(17-52  CARp OF THANKSj)  OlIU, nlncern thimkn to every-,  one , who helped with the  Kt'iireli' mid to nil who huvo  been no kind In our recent lorn-,;,  - Mr, nnd Mih, Hon Slack.  70(14-51?  I'WINU l<> i'xpi'tniH my hIiimi"��  IhnnkN ' tu   the   ininiy   fi'leiidii ,  who /{iiv'v their klndiiiwi, ttyni"  I��nlliy nnd lii'iuitlfitl floral of-  flMliifiH diirlnjl 'my  recitilt bn-  * ioifvohiiiiir lit lhn midden*pn*i��   hIiik "of my dear hitnliiiixl Vln-  cdnt-��� Laura Mitchell,  7WU-M  I Wisn,lu.lhui��lij)r4>rj>elkliii  mid  Dr, CiihhIi),  the miiwM  imd Htaff w"mm wiitmuih  homii and oHcellent niro, I received durliut thy Hl'*y In HI,  Mnry'H JloHplim recently, Al-  mo lo the frlendf* whoidrdppod  in To vliilt ami cardtrrecolved,  ~ -Mr��, Dorothy (DnllliO.Arnold  |,   ,. . -, 7&JJO-&2  2 IJDItM. modern wuterfniitt  home In Went Snellen;" fl>����  place and w|w, lUmponfillile  older couple and no potH, 1m-  inedlato poMmmiilnii, I'h,. llii-  ;U'n-7;i45, 7flllll-l  Lp*n,s-��^-^��^~��i^.a-r-^  KOljTt'r'o - Kiall?" lioiirdiliiu  KennelH, FrnncoH Ave,, Hnll'moon Buy, l��h, (1(10-114(10, hook  now for Chrlntipan,     ,, 7(1112-2,  aiiivi'lU    feniale    poodle,'ill  montliH old, Gnnd with children,   11 Vj"  hluh. ..-M".  riiono  IUIa-0707,      , 7020.62  MODILE HOMES  ONK nioDllo htiiho jipnco avall-  ���ablo,    Hl|{    Maple    Trailer  Park,   WMiiim   Crook,   I'hono  IIIII*.* 0I}I��, '".  ,     7245-tl'n  KNItilIT Mohii'o Homo, 2 bedroom with air cond, I'h, IlfUf^  -**47a��.-"-;���^,-7���*- ���;;���7^34-*) f 0 -  MOlTi^  roomn, complolo with nklrt-  ln/{ and aluinlniiin 'nwnlnii.  Only 2 yonrii old, Phono 11(1(1-  7187 ,70ll(J-��fn  hcMinhT! wide, 21x110'(ic*mni*-  1 ntnildr, Can't, find a plnco. to  Iivo? Move Ihlii liomo to ydur  lot, 2 l)tirmr" "dblo plumblnR  and family room, Quality built  (hrou/dioul, aBaurlfJco at $12,-  000, To vlow phono (111*1.2103  wftur OiOO  x\��\ 7000-1  ,     , SAKIfSAW LAKE  Approx,   14 cn.iu�� with 330 tt, wotnrdonl,  Fiill prico  l|>2'i,000,  ,    with *^B(500 down,   '"'    '      LAGOON ROAD "  4 vniy (I'i'mI hui|i|iii(|!* lol%, llosy wnlklfig dMuiwo lo w.lmol nnd  atttoro!, ot Mniloiio Pnrk. Con' bo bought wllh low down payment.  EARL COW���BARGAIN'    ,.  Largo iioml-waldrlront vlo.w lot for "'1,000 um-h,  ������'":"  '"'NEAR MADEIRA "PARK  2  Ijo(Iiu(i|i) homo will) |ini,nirionl,  on nimrox,   I   ncio  vlow   lol,'  Full prlco $13,000,  EGMONT WATERFRONT  200 Jl,' wntiirlront. \U)% ?��� iiiillnKhod btilldinuii, On povml rnuil.'  - Vory-nico  property- (or .doyolopmonl,- IV��c;o��t   ol~!|>22,'jO0   withi  4112,000 down  A low lot*. Ml  EARL COVE  nvalliiblo op Ihis 30 lot MihdlvMon, 1'rk.od lioin  $4,1)00, ,  MADEIRA PARK      ,   '  Cho|r,o vlow loin on <**/)  lot  MibdlvlMon,  I'rlroi, Irom  $4,000  |o  $11,000, Some tloornd romly for hiilldiitu,  NEW WATERFRONT HOME    '  On fi!i M, clinlco wnbirlronl,  till'. oppi<m,   1,200 M|,  (|,  '}  (or  could lul ',,) hndrooi'ii honm haiiionn third <bunonionl, ft(10 n<|,  ft,  r,uii(|of,k,   nine!||<;   hoot,   I'riro   lnc;l|idnn   Iiiu,   Muvn,   *.iit|u>t   nnii  drnpuik, roll prlco only $33,900 wllh good loinn.  '      " EGMONT '      ,1  Appit��H, 4d0 It, nl woiorlrnniouii on ihh (1 onn |n|, hill prlco  $29,000 with $10,000 rluwn. j      -   '"/r """' "mohile iioMir'sfri^s"^''**"^"'''".          Several lot* avallabla, ' ,   " (  'i ��� rv'    -��� ������������' -'������- : ' -''���  Mony oihor vlow nnd wntorlronl lots In Ihn Pondor Harbour nrfln,  mm*0^mWlm*..*m0-*0*+*l0,*000**-*'���+*^0***^*^^ ����WIMmwmM.MW�� i��nwi|iWiW  .,.��� REALTY LTD. ,   , ,  1      "'       Motlolra Park, 13,C,'  Phono Pondor HafboMf 003r2233  X-  has good road access and several very suitable building  sites. JT $38,500.  GIBSONS VILLAGE: A large  lot (size .05 acre) located in  central Gibsons. Land'is level,  and has been cleared, and cultivated. All facilities available.  Sewer line now being laid. A  valuable property with good  potential. FP $7,700. Terms M.  down, bal. at'BVfe per cent.  3 BEDROOM house on approx. ;,4 aci;e lot, with frontage on paved highway. A-O  heat, elec. HVV. fireplace, *-pc.  bath. Bdrm recently refinish-  ed. Owner wishes immediate  sale. FP $16,800' wi,th $4,800  dqwn. Bal. at 9Vi per cent.  WATERFRONT: Pehffer Harb-  or, 700" waterfront i.n. a pice  sheltered hai-hor with'" property on both sides of the highway This is a 10 A. parcel tbat  has terrific potential for a resort or subdivision development 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 is a fast  growing area of all near-new  homes. Full asking price $34.-  000,  NOW IS THE TIME tu line up  your property so that you can  got an early start to build in  tjie spring/ We have a nice  selection of building sites such,  as a nice new subdivision at  iioberts Creek, view lots at  Gibsons or .semi-waterfront  privacy lots at Redrooffs area  priced  from  $2,000   up.  SWAP: Duplex in Surrey valued at. $28,000 for good piece  of land of approx. same value.  $1110 per mo. rev,  HOPKINS: Nice two bed,  - home nu beautiful view lot  .,,!,��� Pointed. $10,000.  Member '  Vancouver Real  Estate  Board  PHONE 81KI-224H  Notary Public  -      LISTINGS WANTED  Vinco prowor .,., .886-9359  Wally Peterson     886-2877  Box 238, GlbfioiiB, n.C.  I       ��� 7r>r>;i-r>i  20 ACRES undeveloped, View  property, Village of Socholt,  lane iiccohh, $30,000, WIM sell  In I) acre blocki* at $0,000 each.  Wrllo Mo* 310, Ponlnmtla  Tiineii, Secholl, 74113-tfn  Ready to build, $4,500. 75x400  partly cleared, $5,900. Langdale view lot, easy to clear, all  services, $3,850.  *886-2481  WATERFRONT-Roberts Creek  with tfwo j'oar round? liveable 3 bdrm. houses. Excellent  revenue investment. Level 08'  beach with long wooded lot.  FP $37,500, some terms.  880-2481       .  dlBSON VILLAGE: The retired couple's choice. Neat stucco  one bedroom house on lot  overlookin^_thg_harbor. Auto  oil heat, close to transportation, FP ... 12.900.��� This won't  last. Gower Point road, lovely  well kept neat two bedroom,  full basement home, on spacious 75 lot. Hardwood floors""-  fireplace, vanity bathroom, finished rec. room. A real family  home. Mortgage available at  FP of $20,300.  EUREKA Rd.: Along the Redrooffs road we -have some  nice level acreage, ideal for  your retirement plans. Samples: $5,000, 100'x500', cleared  in front, driveway in. $5,500,  J73'x540', road allowance one  .side. $10,000 - $14,000, big  view waterfront lots.  Our Numberrrr 886-2481  now.  .SECRET   COVE:    91   feet   of^  sheltered moorage with youi"  own private dock on this wa-'  terf.ront  lot complete with 850  '���sq. ft. A frame, which has its  own lighting plant, water system, propane, fridge, acorn  fireplace, this is tbe buy of the  year at $24,000. For. appointment:  880-2481  HIGHWAY , ACREAGE:   130'x  563'   on   village   water,   1.68  acres,  close .to  sliopping  centre,'-transportation." $6000.  886-2481  GOWER 'POINT RD.: Attractive 10 year old 2 bdrm  home on, large lot, 75x140,  suitable for good family, Full  bsmt. with finished rec room,  all hardwood floors, fireplace  and nice sundeck. FP $26,300  and 'mortgage available.  880-2481  PREPARE' for snoW . . . One  double track Skidoo, very  good -running condition. Will  sacrifice for "$250, call 885-  2421, -, 7600-52  MARINE ACCESSORIES    j  Paint���Fibreglass���Rope���  Canvas���Boat Hardware  Compressed air service  NYGREN SALES  (1971) LTD.   ��  Phone 886-9303, Gibsons, B.C.  MATCHING   set,   coffee   and  _,   2 epd-t*al?Jes,i��� also large occasional chair. Good condition.  Phone 885-2131. 7580-52  B & W Polaroid camera, $20.  Lge. wood and iron 'chandelier, '/������ price $80.00. Sabco  car^Wcleaner,- $10. Electric  hot tray, $10. Braun jucer, $20.^-  Attachements for Hoover upright vacuum, $10. All items  near  new. Phone 885-2020.  7593-52  FOR SALE (CoriHnuod) -  I960 FORD Galaxie 1500 hard-  . top, 2 dr, gQQd condition.  Also Royal blue ���chesterfield  and chair, almost new $95\Op  12v Phillips car radio, $25,0t��,  15" fhrpmo reverse, rims, with  moons, poov -shape, $20 pair,  Miscellaneous clothing (mens),  size, 38 s\v .! lers and blazers',  size 12 - 14 shirts. Ph.. 886-  7250.     7~ 7549^52-'  3 H.P; Johnson long shaft O.B.  motor, new condition. Portable 4 spd, record player; 2  only 39" mattresses (new). 1  only 39" bed complete, Wes- '  tinghouse portable ��� electric  oven. Brownie movie projector.  Ph. 883-2561. 7571t52 ���-*  "SPECK the Brownie is back"  ���see this wonderful child-r-  ren's book - by Elmay Crow  at The Times. Bookstore in  -Sechelt. Alijio Grandma's Country- Cooking and Ronny Meets  tbe Cadborosaurus, Ph. 885-  9654. 7579-1  GOOD  local hay  for sale, $1  bale, delivered. Ph, 112^946-  6568. -     7570-5  SINGLE bed' $10'and 4 string  banjo, $125. Phone 880-7303.  7578-52  COMBINATION oil and rock-  gas range. 2 rockgas tanks  and oil tank with stand, complete. Ph. 885-2824.       7572-52  KENMORE auto circulating oil  heater. . Phone   885-2850.  7576-52  COMPLETE     mobile   steel  workshop, $1500. Write Box  474, Sechelt. Unit can be seen  opposite Big Maple Motel.  7599-2  MARINA  PENDER HARBOUR AREA  1900 ft. beautiful lake frontage. 39 acres with beach.  ExT^swifhrning, fishing, boating,72 cabins,*:l3t) car  parking. Some income, parking & gas salesTPoTentibl  Unlimited���trailer park���motel���marina���lodge������"  rentals. FULk PRICE $155,000. Terms To Reliable  Party. Phone 254-1060 after 6 p.m. Write. 1462,  East   1st, Vancouver,  B.C. ���  Ken Crosby  Jack. .White  Jay Viiisoi'-  1186-2098  1186-2035  885-2300  7598-52  n/vviH   hay a   nuly   rim-  building l��l with a fanl.ant.lii  View. 'Fully    f-ervU'od,     Will  1 mi id in suit you,  SUNHIIIN!** HAY ESTATES:  .iMHl available, over 100' for  under $10,000 In Square Bay,  iioutherii    axpoiniro,    arlmtiui  I men. Tlilfl Won't Inst,  WATFJlFRON'r LOTS; W��  buvo the I'liriiont clmlco unr  -lln- .'HunrtUliui CohhI, '4 large  * Ixnich IrltH'lnI .Weiii-Bucluilt;..2���  In   ilnlfrnooii  Huy*  m����l --1 'id  Hi't'vol. Cove for under $10,000,  AIm.  win����  rim.  ''���n'1'10 ,vI,!W  l,���fl >m* $3,500 serviced,  YACHTSMAN'S     IlETRMAT;  H,,,!,.,,,,!!',! J|d��� faMlatille wu-  l,.|lronl lot, with dnop protedl-  imI mnnrriKo, The nnly lob* av-  ailiiblo with ��u��:h great potcn-  ������!,   on|y. $17,ri00,   Hon   lliln  now bnforn )��� !"��� H'l'1"1'  INVKHTOHHl   LO   ��^t!''",,   wllh  ',\   hniiHi'M,   Hhottld   inak<iv fl'  Inlil,  2  with  houti��'i��  nn  tliein,  Willi ,ao  Invciilinejit   of  nnly  :|iiiii,(ili'i) foi' li nfmit.liH and a lit*  tic wo'rlt,' Mninoonc Ih going 4n  ,������|l0, i,  nlcn  |inll'll-lt   e((iil��l  ���".horymir"*""1** '������"���������---������" -������- -  (lAHDEN HAYi A nml buy at  only $lll,fi00. a hdrii*  mod-  (in iiuiitie  fin   Inrit"' I"1   wllh  iiiilnlHiwIlnR   view1, of   Clarden  . j1,(^I     Miul    Pender     llarbour.  Mini lio mild, Dnil'l  ndrtit thin,  See I-"'il nr lluhiilliio  Van HhhioihI  111111^)1)13.  Vaitconvcr  :i:|3-(tli;l(l,  HALFMOON BAY: flee ihe' <1 ,  choicest lots on tho Sunshine Coast, then take' your  pick I F.uch in over 1 acre,  Honil-waturfront, and will hoII  on KiKht at $-'500 lo $5500.   .,  KCJMONT AIII3A: 600 afeut of  walorfron'. on ova**' 6 acreH,  |)<!op a.nd protectotl hiobraK'i,  A maiinll'leont property fot  ionM than $30,000,  PRNDKIl IlAUMqiV. Hnlli-o to  a lovely oHtato, -1500 m\oi\vo  fool, runcher of rare quality  and ''quint charm, HIIh on 12  View ncrort overlooklnK Malim-  11)1111 .Stralbi nml Vancouver ,I��-  liuid, Nothlnn elmi can 6nm-  pare, can't b<>��ln to al ^ao,760.  Kxcisllenta "larmH b>'��l ' '  Don't delay |, , . ca|l Jock Her-  mon now I'nr dnlalltt HH3-27'15  COLLKC'l' ,  CHARLES* ENGLISH LTD, j  cilliHonii  7507-1)2  Member of the Multiple Listing Service  SECHELT AGENCIES LTD.  WEST SECHELT - -    ���   . No. 2241  2 yeors old, ~3 bedrooms & large living room, all wall to wall  carpeting, beautiful wood paneling in living room, tasteful waM-  ,pap&Lin bedrooms & kitchen, 1089 sq. ft. on one door, plus  attached utility & (urnace ropm, separate workshop. This  is excellent, asking $23,800, down payment $10,500, good  terms. Come & see & make YOUR offer. Peter Smith���885-9463  eves.. 1 . \  SECHELT INLET "~7 No. 2385 M.L.S.  2 bedroom, 8 year old house, concrete foundation, 'Vi basement.  Now kitchen cupboards, near now A/OH (urnace, plus stone fireplace, 700 sq. fi. on main floor. This Is a good buy, owner  asking $1.2,900 with $5,600 down, anxiou^ to soil. Come &  sco' this, your o|(cr will recelvo serious consideration. Polor Smith  885-9465 oves.   ������ ^  DAVIS BAY   .         " ��� No  2311  This lot, 69,8 150 It., (aCIno wqst, offers tho most lovely  paboramlc vlow of Iho Gull to bo. tound, Gcnllo slope, cleared.  Can't bo spo|lo<l .by building In front, elevation just rlglib No  sign on this lot, call Polor Smith to see, 885-9463 oves.'Price  is>5,750. ;   a   ,  PENDER.. AREA ���r,\-J^'k.2t?7il  :~A\ end ol Gunliool Boy,  1 ocro hurmy slope wilh /16' W.h A.  real buy at $8,300, Jack Wain, 886-2681.  1 pEt^DER ^ARBOUR ROAD l^o, 2382  '"/) aero farm with largo old (afrnhousa.,on concrete foundation,  Trout and salmon spqwnlno stroain on one boundary, Vory a"'**^  ftordon  soil.  Close  lo ,soa,   $14,500,   Hdlf 'cash,   Jack  Warn,  886-268,1. ^____  SARGENT HAY     ~ ~ No, 4-1911  Larflo vlow lot In prima fishing area, wolor mains In, $5,600,  Jack Warn,( 886-2681,  GIBSONS ' , ' ''"" ������'"���' ' ' No. 236'I  V|ow i;ot|noo, 2 bedrooms, dining rm���'utility, corporis rnlsod  honrth ond burlod norvlcos, Easy lo/ms orrangml on $20,000,  Jack Worn, fJ06.268J1 ^    ���. "  I.AMIJ5 h/\ti No, 2376  Soml yvatorlront vlow lol wllh bool launph ocross lhe rood, Ulonl  for" tboifll8h��rmnn <ind ��� honllovor, Snf�� (or children, Hydro,  phona nnd wntorllno ol tho mod, Jusl 5'/li ���povod���mllns fropi  Socholt. Pull prlco $4,500, Don Hnildon. 805-9504.  ~KruUTLI*R-|  LTD.  AlJi TYl'KH INHUIIANCB.  OlbtioiiH, J1,0,  l��h()na��(lll(l-��000    "  MKMHKU  MUI/nPI.K LIBTINO        '  - j^RvrcK   ���7IW-MW  'SECHELT                  ���                        - .. No. 2363  Mnrlorn 3fi|a4 luidnioin homo iin '/i ncro vlow loi, Ynrd in lully  lmico(|,wllh cone. wnIK blncklo|�� drlvo npd dnuhlo carpoil, Homo  Is wnll llnlhhod nnd, ninlntoinorl, wllh oiitn/bil honl nnd 2 Urn-  placrvi. Only 20% down will pul ynu In poshoft'.lon, Drin llnddnn,  085,-9504. __    ��� ;  WAT.EKFRONT LOT No, 2347  First tlmo offered, 00 fool of wnlorfronl In Wnsl Sacholt, pin-  tocttul by Trail Islands, It has sovnral'|nrn�� (Ir nnd nrbulua linos,  lovo'l "bulhllnfl ��� bllo, fiobblo bond), llio |o| has hoon niiprovud  fpr septic,.(pnk nnd hillldlna *!������� Full prlco $1,5,000, try hull  ,.down.,,D*.>iU"lmldim, OOJ'^OOili^J^^*^^^^.^^^.^.^^  ��.OST ( ���    ,  J _    '  MiHHINfl In W<��hI finchnlt  nron,1 Whllu Omwn Bh��'|>-  Iioiii 'VSndlo'",1 Hiyfi' riiwiinl. I'll.  nm-mn, ''i��iimw  SUNCOAST ..  ESTATES LTD,  {���"  75(1041  CARS &, TRUCKS  'liiiiii' liiKLAiiiK"cii��v,",: iniiib  imillc, flood'tlrcN, /(noil <'on<  fiiiini), Ph, ii()ii-;��.ono,    im-Dt  IDilfl (IMC ntn, -iv-l -wiirno  hubrtftttylwldo, .'(fiO V��. All  ,lioiivy ilnty ���,<|nl|il,' how inll��-  nip��, coiidlUon oxcnlliint. 1000  Viml J"'"'!), '4x4 iwiu'iui bulm,  filybmldo, 3(10 VII, Al) lionvy  duty ��iqulpt. Vory low nillouiin,  condllinii c^colloiil, Ph, (III;)-  -Uititi ' nm*iin  GIBSONS RURAL No, 2109  Six nd|o|nlntj blocks ol oppiox,  Iivo ui.iiis ouch - lotolllno ovm  Iwonly nlno actus. I'xcullunl  soil, nliuiulanl  walor  supply,   Ibnui  bodrnom liomd,  Two room cotlngo, ("oiwaninnl   Incollon,  (iond  , dflvolopmohl ���pnlflollol,   $37,000   -������ ollm, C, , \\, fjolhcircnlo, '  806.7015,    ������  t ^ _ '     "'     "  WEST St:CHI.l.T ���l��� " No, KM  3 b��Htroom homo, I ynar old, 1155 It, main floor, Hn* lull bn&n.  rVien*  with��� ondnfarl aorocin,  Ixiio ��� tft, -orrn lot  iriclurtml In  lull  ('.rlro ol   $25 900,00 wllh only  $/")0().0() .lown poymonl,   All  oliiclilc, wulll'lnilli homo u 0 "IUAI.LY GOOD UUY", llobKonl  ( 1(115.9461  nvns, '     "       '  ' kq i(:lt,vii.lag ~'"' '        ' n,,, 2200  75 fool o| Irood, luvnl Wnliiilmiil iiropnily, Clly wnloi, |ilmno and  hydio, Clnsii lo uuviiuiiiikiiI  vvluitI, lull C'iii.ii  $||,2!i0,00;  mioiii  ,  torms ovollolilo, JJo|? Kfnt, 11(15.9461  eym,  ASK TOR OUR FREE CATALOGUE OF REAL CSTATtt  Qon 120, Socholt  AGENCIES LTP,  .    Phono 00U-2235  <E.a,Q.G.)  SI-I-MA I'AKK      , Ho, -AYM)  Hovo two loffio lili*, M( nllotilHiti imiri'-ndoiis y|r:w n) Tiq|| |lny  ' ond llm Islands, Nnipo youi liiimson di'll'pilio of i'iflOO ikkIi,"  Hob Konl, Iin5.��;46l ovos.     , ' "'      , /  ,*i:  t*i*A*0040if*00*^\*0&^^ "%*;,* ��.> rt��$\*?f&*^'f&&&$��j.,>{ ��� * ''���,'"- ������ *��*''>"��* 'm  ' 0*. r r.^^0^0^0 -��   *, ��  r^0tj.  A. r.r, * t, *  *i^.r.t.t,*,\*,4.0*^ft,. ,*,0\r*rrM,0 n.r  rr m.r***0**** , ���Ap. '  SUNSHJNE COAST  GOSPEL CHURCH  (Undenominational)  Sunday School **** 10:00 a.m.  Church Service ������ 11:15 a.m.  Evenina Service 7:30 p.m.  PASTOR RlV. S, CASSELLS  Davit Bay Road and Arbutui  12 block* up from Highway >  PilNDER HARBOUR  TABERNACLE  , (Undenominational)  SUNDAY SCHOOL AND BIBLE CLASS  i     9f45 AM. -  Madeira Pork ~ 083-2374  CHURCH SERVICE���11:00 A.M.  -PostorRovrWalter S. Ackroyd  _a_  The United Church of Canada  SERVICES  ... St. John's United Church - Davli Bay  Sunday Services - 9:30 a.m.  Roberts Creek United  Sunday Services - 2:30 p.m.  Gibsons United Church  Sunday Services - 11:15 a.m.  Port Mellon United  Sunday Services - 7:30 p.m  (2nd and 4th Sundays)  Ministry  Rev. Jim Williamson - Gibsons* - 886-2333  The Anglican Church  of Canada  SERVICES  ST. HILDA, SECHELT  Every Sunday at 8:00 a.m. & 11:00 a.m.  CHURCH OF HIS PRESENCE, REDROOFFS  2nd & 4th Sundays i^fthe month at  I 3;Q0 p.m.  PENDER HARBOUR AREA  1st & 3rd Sundays in the month at   -  2:00 p.m.  EGMONT  1st & 3rd Sundays In the month at  4:00 -p.m. .,  Priest: Rev. 6. Popple, 885-9793  CI*  Baptist Church Services  BETHEL BAPTIST CHURCH  Mermaid and Trail,  Sechelt  Suhday School 10:00 a.m.  Morning Worship 11:15 a.m.  CALVARY BAPTIST CHURCH  Park Rd., Gibsons  Sunday School 9:45 am.  Evening Worship 7:00 p.m.  Pastor, Robert Allaby  (885-2809)  A-WARM WELCOME AWAITS  YOU.  Around Gibsons  ~^by Marion Charman  WOULD, hot n \wming,,_gig"��9l 'light be  n safely "precaution, al the Cemetary  ,���'corner ,on Highway 101? When a large  i mm hor of pooplo "avo, present I'or a J'ni.ieral  and wish to attend tho graveside service!  numerous cars nvo parked on the yippev  side of lhe highway necessitating pedes'-  triaiis crossing just around the curve  where motorists do not see them ; until.-:  thoy artr-rn closfc proximity.  For older people4 or semi-Invalids,  who are not ahle to move quickly, it is  quite hazardous when there is insufficient  parking space in lhe cemetary grounds  an.d on that, side of tlie highway,  HERE AND THERE  ��� .'��� IMLri^and- Mrs.���Elmor. II. MoDannald  had a pleasant and successful hunting trip  to the Cranhrook area. The weather was  fine and they each shot an elk and also  . a deer,  Martin  Iverson   has  gone  to  Nelson."  ��*     New   residents   on   Chamber Iin   Road  are 'Mrr-atul Mrs. John Marrion, formerly  of Viiiifouver Island,  J^ete Trower was interviewed on CBC  radio by-iiunu Gerrusi, this sparked further iivfereMhi Pete's logging poems, two  of whiWi wer^Koad over the air.  Jolm\Smil>r; while on the radio with  ���a" colloqulAt^oii a recent occasion, was  very interesijhg to hear, giving first hand  coiviinofrtTr-^alujut log-salvaging, boats,  JieayJlcomhing etc.  Mrs. Frank Lambert ret,ui*ned fo Vnn>  c'ouver Monday after being guest of Mrs.  .1. L. Myers I'or a week.  Motorcycles travelling without lights  after dusk along the shore road at Gower  Point are a menace. Perhaps this does  not happen often. Joel's hope not!  ^ The Terry Nickerson family from  Powell Uiver visiled relatives here recently.  Senior Citizens Assn.  Branch 80 plans pariy  PENDER Harbour Sen for Citizens Association���Branch 80, held its last meeting in the Madeira Park Legion Hall  last Monday November Iftth. Mrs. Evelyn1-  Olson, president, extended greetings to  the twenty-five members, guests present.  Five new members were also welcomed.  A Christmas dinner ond party has  been planned for IJocember 20th at G pm  in   the   Legion- ilall.  At the close of business, members  participated in progressive whist and  refreshments. Prize winners ' were Mrs.  Anne Mahler and Mrs. G, M. Licldle.  The fir^t building was erected at  Spuz/.iim in Ifl-IH as depot for the Hudson's Hay Company fur brigade. A ferry  was established here in 1JI6H, crossing lhe  Fraser.  Wednesday, November 25, 1971      The peninsula Times  Page A-S  Sechelt News Notes  JACK Mnyn0 after minor surgery at St,  Mary's Hospital is liome under the  care ol his wife Carrie. A weelc's -rest  andjiis office.Will he open for l^Bipess  this corning Monday. "*  ."' Mrs. Louisa JPavil has returned "pome  after a two \yeek "stay in St. Mary's Hospital.  StiH in hospital, but seemipg to enjoy  himself is Manfred Cook, taking im all  comers   for  crib.  Tjie tinesl bahy at present;. Jn the  liospital is Rodney. Owen Lee, son fpr  SydnOy and Maureen' I-.ee of Madeira  Park, born Wednesday, November 17, aR  ol .4 iks.,. 11 ozs. but7each-7layT"t��e-_gets-  Stronger and bigger. f)'oing fine,.hut hard  on n young mother eager to hold her itiH  baby, but there he lies in an incubator.  It is well known vye liave a \ii\e \VeJl  -ec[wpped71*mspit.al-tQcated in.a spot well  spiled. Rut .we also have thai main ingredient, an exeeeWent- staff. Pleasant and  efficient   in  every  department.  Thank you from me for your dedication to your work done in such a pleasant  manner. '      ' .' ' ..  SPORTS   _  November 13 the Chief's tied the Bur-  naliy "Fireman" 0-0  in the soccer game,  on   the   Reserve.,   . ._ ,  Last Saturday The-Indian "Chief's"  beat tlie Vancouver' Centennials at the  Reserve Park. Next aStprday being Grey  Cup weekend there will he no game  The  lipid ope Decen)be"r 4 at "VPinpna Pa**li; hi''  Vancouver wh^F�� there opponents ape f  ff'aiuli-|pdia" v ���* I  ntawipF .   7  {  V7Hestin^ at hom^ aftey-^ fe\v elays^iri*  St-. Clary's jtospjtal is Mrs, Dane A*pder- >  so)*�� of- pavis Bay. I* *    "~~  The  true   idealist   pursues   vy*hat   bis  "lioavt savs is right'ip a wsy that hjfi head  says will wprk- t  ell Legion Branch 140  ,\ Legion Hall, Sechelt  EVERY WEB*��I$IWf  AT 8 B3.ni.  jackpot $sa$  TO GO  $10 DOOR PRIZE  I infillal^^^^a^^J^^'^  Mr. anci Mrs, W. D. Graham  At^Gibsons ....  -photo by Dennis Gray  'retty autumn wedding  :es Giaham-Goeson  rl  *-.  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Gift Certificates  Aro Available. 7   '������->�����--  CONTINENTAL COIFFURES ,-~  Trail Bay  Plaza - Sechelt 885-2339  GinsONS United Church was the scene  oi' a beautiful wedding recently when  Linda Gneson, daughter of Mr. and "Mrs  Jack Goesnn of Sechelt, B.C. and Walter  Douglas Graham, son of Mr. and Mrs  Walter B. Graham of Sooke,- B.C. were  united in marriage? by Rev. J. Williamson  Organist  was Mrs.  Freer.  Given iu niarriifge by her father, the  bride wore a full length gown of white"  lace over satin willi long gathered flowing train. Her bouffant veil was held in  place with a tiara of- white daisies and  she carried a bouquet' of ha by pink roses  witli  while  daisies.  Something borrowed was a ring from  a very clear elderly friend.  , Attending the bride were her sisters  Diane Skytte,- rnatron of honour and Judy  WwunfiLbridesmaid; sister oT the groom,  siiiela Graham and ,"ffim,i]\ig. McLean.  Their gowns were floor length, deep pur-;  plo'pojye.slpr ei ope I rimmed with white  daisies and they wore long white gloves  and carried wrist lots of daisies antl daisy  headpieces,  Flower girls worn Mavis Graham,  sister of tlie groom and Cindy Sky I to,  i niece of Iho bride, looking very pretty in  (heir floor length gowns of hot pijjlk  polyester crepe with daisy headpieces and  briskt'ls of dnisies,  Best man was Paul Van��� llnrgen; ush  ers, were Nelson Neufeld and the groom's  lii'cilhcis lies and Bon Graham. Male attendants and tlie groom all wore white  niM'dos. . -  For her daughter's wedding the bride's :  mot her  chose  a  pink   two  piece  fortrel  Jii'ss   and'-'foat   with   white   accessories!  The groom's mother was attired in a  lurhy blue and while fnrfreTdress with  while  accessories.  Reception followed  in Seciielt Legion ���  Hall,   beautifully   decorated   for   the  occasion.   The   three   tiered   wedding   cake  was wade by the bride's sister Diane and.4  decorated in white with purple rosebuds,  Mr. Danny Holland, a long lime, friend-  of lhe bride-proposed .the toast.  Master  of ceremonies was Mr. Joe Benner.  The  bride's ,.bouquet" was   caught  by  Jcannje   IVIcLeah:" w#^fHie gaVter    by ,  George Graham. r  For travelling t|ie bride chose a red  velvet- hot pants ensemble with black  bonis and accessories.  The happy couple will reside at  Sooke, B.C. ' ��� .���_,.''���������  Mapy   onl-o|V|owiT   guests    wore   inr.-'  eluded  in  Ijie two hundred. people who  hllended  the reception.  ,.,:._     i-���~-j- ��� "  *'*  The Run Francisco symphony, giving  nwny 3000 tree sleedlings, dubbed the  priijeci   "Planl   Parenthood,"  Nov. 24���8 p.m. Elphin��tpne SchgqlpG'b$eris. Public Meeting. Mental  Health and Ihe Family Situgtiorj.'  -Nov. 24���8 p.m. Sechelt Legion HqlU Bingo,  :���btoy��25���1-4 ip;m; United' Chdrch ^11;���;r@-A^|F��:Q:'"--Br;"'-3-8-''feereatienq|._  Nov. 25���8 p.m. Pender Harbour Ci3mmunity_ Holl. BinQO.   ..  Nov. 25, 26, 27���-8 j.m. United Church Hall Gibsons. Waltz of the  Toreadors,  Driftwood "Players. ' *' - .  ..Nov. 26���8 p.m?~5ecKe1t Indian Hqj|. "JHngor���r - -  Nov. 26���7 p.m. Pender Harbour Community Hall. Fisherrpcms Horrie-   coming: ���������--��� ' ������ ��� -y~~:���r,-:------.--..i     ^......-^-r--^^,.:-.---;".  Nov.. 27���2  p.m.   Welcome   |3each   Hal|.   Hsn.   Isabel   Qawsqn J3|aens  Centennial project.  Nov. 27���9 p.m. Port Mellon Community Hail. Gibsons Athletic Assn.  Dance. t     ��� .    .  Nov. 29���12 Noon deodline for SchoolRocird, Municipal-arid" Regional  Board nominations. ' _  Dec, 3���2 p.m. Roberts Greek LegiqnsHQl1. L.'A. Bar^qr & tea.  ASK FOR OUR FREEf CATALOGUE OF REAL ESTATE  Multiple Listing Servlco  Voncouyar Reql Estate  '."in -,    Board<��� .-1  REAL ESTATE  INSURANCES  MQ&S LTD.  Box 128, Sechelt, B.C.  ��� >  h  >     c  ��� f-  . *��  1     M  1  .  ,f  -     <*  ,v"* ���  ���r    -M  ���* >  ^  ti V  -���   .��  .t    '  1  1 '   r  9  i* .-  I   'r*  ���L'  X.  I  ���I  *v  ����� *>.  'dj'*'i  Phone 885-2235  ���J-'  5SBSS  J��iJ \  ir.rt'WHSf'** ft ***���*��  ^W^ Vt.tW"'**'"**'  i:.i V  .��.��  3SW5SW��  tint*  Hi      i     J>    *'i,*0   1  ) t, 7' 'li  ^N***  I 3S***?f".'  vtr-h  j. 1  KODAK INSTAMATIC X-15 COLOR OUTFIT  For ol<w nhnrp plotiiion. Kit InoliidQB film wild  MnQlClll'-O,    Mlfl.'n biiqob��|o��I K'ImII mica 27.0a  Wo��iqrn> Prlco  91 qq ���    -.  ...... 0m A, 01^0 mrf......... .  "KODAK FILMCX126:20 "  MIO.'s uuooesle't tolnll pi loo S,0(t  Woilorn's Pflob 1   gQ  "^^"^OLd^SPICB^SHOWE^SOAP"'���**^'"  On a cord. MIq.'h BiiaoosiHd 'r��i��li prlfja g.ss  Wonlorn'a Prlcp  1 A Q  Chock thoso and the many othor oncltlng Chihtmaa Itomn  on sato now through November 30tln  your-family pharmacy  Gibsons Western Drugs  Sunnycrott Plata �� (filbioni  Phono 006-7213  (- rl  d  3  %'  %,��'..  Sechell Western Drugs  Troll Pay Centre �� Seeholfr  Phono 005-9033  1 V/E8TCLOX TRAVEL CLOCK  Thfo olook foffturoa i\ ahaiiwroof crystal,�� woap  Ainrm Indlcnior; ,^nrt a m��Bt**r alnrm shut-off.���  In Qolora pf ton or rod. wn.'m "Mpaewa ��i��u ��� prlo# -i,pb  Weilarn'a Prica  3 99  -DE8EBT FLOWER* GIFT SET  Contains Mquld Bubblo Both, Hund *% Docly Lotlop  ���jMi'rt Toilet Wfttor, w$,*t% ta^mn mteii pm **,?��  Wiiiftrn'a Prlfift   1 dd       ' ,  'I        I  H*0*  *^ !���*���**.    Ii it^ ����*tfi 9-~l'>  ���**-.('*' *��� *V?" wfei.*ft^��llJ'  f \  ^mj^^w*^,^*1- ��*�����*��*  P   r-  >    ��,  - -".  *^^as^*sc^snrt3sw^w5*^3^^  .J **tt*|w--l'-W'is^^  **wl     '        ~ . - ' * ~ " *" * v '"i--i��_ -< * * ���i        ^ *. ' ll  Pi  1  KB  m  fi1  l ^ *  "'^  ,'*7  ��S?J  h  v  r.'v.:-1i  V '  ,-M'  .* '!  i "  Pcgo A-6 The Peninsula Timet  Wednesday, November 25, 1971  n �������. s.s-ts"  ^��~**jJ,w'   7  ����*.  Introduction  Manager of Sechelt Super Mai-feet  (formerly Redman's Red and White),  i is Mr. Brian MacLean who has been  with Kelly, Douglaa and Company,  I4d., for a number of years. He has  worked at Ocean Falls and comes  here from Pine Point, North West  Territories where he was assistant  manager.' Anxious to serve his cu-  tomers well. Mr. MacLean would appreciate requests and is already fulfilling his promise to bring in a greater'������variety of brand-name merchand-.  ise. Born in Vancouver and a gi*adu-  ate of Argyie Secondary School, Mr. '  MacLean is an outdoor sportsman  who enjoys scuba diving.   ,  Specialist  New manager of Sechelt Super Market meat department is Mr. Colin  Crawford who has returned to Canada after spending the last six years  wilh a large food chain in the United  States. Coming from Seattle to Sechelt will be a change of pace for-Mr:  Crawford who was born in Vancouver  and is looking forward to trying out  the local golf course. The weirstocked  meat department specialises in top  grade" Canada choice, Canada good  guaranteed meat.  WORE   ABO|UT . , A  Readers' Right  ���from page A1-*"  Its piepuied to go ip Im \\\\vul for power  ejnd in icviewing your comments piy  leahoiih for agreeing with yqu aie these:-  The lusb^raibed when the School Boatd     nuiflbei benetieianes ot Benbon'a fauieau-  empiie was, duuupled appears to have a    C!U*cy, Tiudeau's  fempei ament  and  Pel-   .  ���slrikina  ichemblance to the  threats   di-  -letie*''a   pateinahsm,   towaxds   the   dead  ' leoted ut the Secletary-Tiea&uve'r ot the    ^eals and leeches.  Regional District- nf an effoit to peisude PeYsonalJy,  the  next  fedeial election  phasing out of lhe monarchy; others Hie  favoujiain towauls Quebec Between unemployment and inflation, the middle  ela.ss taxpayer ih md*gnant about lunding  ladiuals through Canada Council grants,  the C,Y,C., National Film Board nnd Op-  poi tiputiej) for Youth It oTily lemauib to  be seen whether angry benuu citizens, the  pnemployment and disenchanted will out-  me  lo withdraw my nomination  papers ��� .cannot come too quickly  last ytai   I can only piesopie tlie* ssame "  tactics weie intended.     i  It u/appaiept that Mr West still con-  sideit, himselt eilhei the Mayoi or God  lumbcll whei^lig seeks to select those who  might possibly serve on the Regional  Bp^id and also when ti puvate citizen  shall bo peimittod to open his mouth  The souy situation wheieby two cli-  iqctoia took it upon themselves to employ a plannei at high cost and unknown  tq othei Boaid member ���*, beginning to  have an even woise smell since-Mr  West  GLADYS SCOTT,  Vancouver  Generosity  EchUii,  The  Times; - -  Sn: Well, Piemiei Bennett has ap-  paiently put anothei Teathei m his cap  by being gotieious to Jus leny commuters  by loweiing the cost ol leny tiavel Ha1  Ha! lie ceitainly isn't being veiy genei-  ous in my estimation This geneiosity Uj  hia leny commuteis al feels such a few  Foi  instance, how olten do peimanent  Coapt lesidents who commute maybe sty  tunes n yeatV- <  1 certainly think that all people who  aie taxpayers on the Sunshine Coast aie  entitled to Piopiioi Bennetts geneiosity,  especially special iates for travellers Let's  be fan!  .DOROTHY LUKACS  HAVE, YOU HEARD QF THE  BAHAl FAITH?  Phone 886-735:> or a8*>-VB95  illlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllUIIIIIIIUlllllll|IIIIIIIH|  M  E  any possible cuticism of the man he se  lected, while at the Same time, as you  - say, he has suddenly after so long in  office seen the need for an Advisory Planning Committee in his area. I would like  io make the point that in spite of" Mr.  West's fears, I do not consider any  Congratulations jpeyaon, be he a newspaper editor or other  Mr. Bruce Redman, has beeft^PPoint- "iclividual has the right to publicly cri-  ed assistant "manager of SecheTlSup^ ��� t��clse-����� PBMUc. servant but, jhey- have  per Market. Although his appoint^ *S>*I!f L ii^T^0'!, !he.actl(?ns ��f a  mentis new, Mc. Redman is.^fa^ SjJ ^e^�� ^Llt**." ^ ^r-  iJinr fimn-P in Hip at nn* 'until ���"la��9frN.We!,t nope^ to Pievent me from doing he  lliai   tlguie   m   the   Stole   until   last    ^wasting his time. However, with regard  appeals to feel it necessaiy to sl.>vptnfjj_jesulents of the Sunshine Coast tomnuite  ^^-Vancouvgi? Very-few that I know ol."  However,1 people like my Inisband and I  who are taxpayers ih Gibsons are the ones  who keep tire ferries in operation. We  contribute an.average of $30 per montli to  the ferry treasury for we travel back  and forth all year, round from Vancouver  to Gibsons getting ,our,little house ready  for our retirement. Don't you. or your  readers agree that we qualify as acom-  nui^ers more than some* of the Sunshine  SWAP ^ SB-SOP *  BARGAINS  5 Pee, Dining Set  AM-FM Stereo  30" Electric Stoves  BEDS Single and King Size  Chest of Drawers _  Oak Dresser  Coffee T��pble  2 sets Skiis complete  and MUCH more  E Located behind  5   MacGregbr Pacific Realty Ltd.  | *rn; Gibsons, B.C.  iiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuim:  rl  week, when it changed ownership,  had been a part of his family fo.r the  past 25 years. Active in sports, Bruce  is a popular refiinwTn'lJHil 'games  and a hard working member of Royal  Canadian Legion Branch 140,  For Quick Results Use Times Adbriefs  it) -the appointment of the planner it  shoutdxbe noted that the l^est of tlie  Board .members, eventually approved this  appointment. How they were persuded to  change theiKmind is anybody's guess but  in my opiniorKihere is definitely some-  tliing "very roltep in tlie State ot Denmark" ** ��� -, ��� ��� ���  -' ��� -                '���       ���':..'. RITA RELF"  uimiiimiiniiiiiiiniiiiii  AC. RENTALS LTD.  Garden Bay, B'C. - 883-2585  lllllllij  i  %  1-2-3 Ton Come Alongs   ,  file Cutter - Lino Roller  Appliance Dolly - Tow Bars-  Table Saws - Air Compressor  Post Jacks - Hydraulic Jacks  Chimney Brushes - Root Routers ,  ' Pipe-Cutters - Dies ��� Benders - Stand  Plus Many Other Tools  0I3ISJIIIIIlllllllllllllllllll!ail*JIJBILT2aS  YCWJ.FIGURE IT OUT  When Is $22 per Hour LESS than $ 15,0.0 per Hour?  We use TD 24s - Approx weight 37 tons - at $22 p, hr,  fc���Others use approx. 10 ton machines���doing local road work at  the lower rate* taking many hours to complete the job. $22.00 is  LES5   than    $15.00   WHEN   THE   JOB    TAKES    I/O    less   time.  "We leqve our Customers Completely Sgtislied".  GUNBOAT BAY ROAD BUSLDERS  MADEIRA PARK, B.C. PHOHE 883-2324  Blessing  ��� Editor, The Times,  - * -..Sir: As a Vancouverite I bless the  friend who sends me The Peninsula  Times Ino lieu of an unbiased paper in  this area I clip your editorial? and sneak  them around to my hairdresser, doetor  aud hulelier. >.�� ���-  . Amen to your editorial'"We once had  Liberalism" (October 27th). Indeed "LU  beralism has become a dirty word" ,in q.ur  Canadian vocabulary. The trouble is those  people who, knowing Mr. Tiudeau's left  Wiu{jjjadtgimuid...even before he ran as  the leader of tlie Liberal Party, were  labelled "hate mongers."        ' ^  While   tu   this   day   not   one?   word   of  whiit was said has been proven false and*  two years of  Mr. Tiudeau's promises  of  "luj'liii'g", our leftward policies have become amazingly  apparent.  The fragmentation of alienation  from'  Mr. Tiudeau's policies covers  the'whole  gam it  of society.  "Some do nyt  like  his  seeming    anti: Americanism;    some     the  IMPORTANT UQTICS  ��� .i ����� ���      * i -     *        ..  TEST DRIVE THE ALL MEW CELiCA SPORTS COUPE  RICHARD SNYDER  Sates Manager  ���HILL MOTORS LTD.  North Vancouver, has the pleasure of bringing to your locality the  No. 1 IMPORT; "TOYOTA" Cars and Trucks. Mr. Snyder wishes to  invite his past customers, friends and all interested parties to join  him at; CHESS ENTERPRISES LTD. Payne Rd., Highway 101, Gibsons,  B.C. Phone 886-7414. Friday, November 26th from 10 a.m.>o 9 p.m.  Free information and literature on all models, styles, prices, etc.  Trades Appraised, Bank Financing discussed, Come along to pee me;  spread the, good news and bring along your friends. Lets all get  together.  RICHARD SNYDER  K  71  7  Xf  K  .*  -���vv  \o*  FRESH  Gov't  Inspected.  Whole or  Shnnk Portion ������Hi.  (2  GRAD,"  B  UTILITY  Gov't  or  n  liuipoctod ,,,.,,���., IU.    V^y *%y��/  DEEP BROWN BEA!  |C Libby'8,  H on. tins,  for  CANNED -HAMS ^,--Uqf-  IV% U��r lins  Lpcal, Canada No4J*.,  Table Potatopa ..,  Squirrel. Smooth. 16 o*; Jor  Nabob V/eur, 10 ox; \ar  POTATOES  SLICED SIDE BACO  i ni.  |iutttugo  BANANAS  ',  MSMCEMEAT  Nabob/ 44 ox, Jar '   '',���',��� ���;���'  ORANGE  **"Ti,op|��p32"b*TT7r*"  lbs,  ��� ��^  UICE  TE'A BAGS ,  Nabob  Dolilxo,  125s  \MAFFI.E: SYRUP  Nabob, 44 ox   'ORANGE JUICE  "'Aif.  fl  Snowllako, 2'/a lb,  Scott, 4 roll pock, White or Colored  Kraiti PlnUh',"1 jb, jor  i Hi  PRICES -EFFECTIVE' THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 23th to SATURDAY, NOVCMBERTJ*/!!;  (FORMERS kEDMANS RED & WWIC MARKETh  COWRIE STREET, SECHELT  PHONE  80679416,  i ���'  -,* \*r>./..  t*...rr '*   A ,'t *  i.   >    ,000,0,'.'*    ..    ,   *i  .    ,    .'.    \   ,  V �� ,  V V 't   * '�� 0.  . !��   0 r.',  **r > ���... .t\.r..  .    . j,   + r   r 0  0, 0 0 ,. XS*r.  ���  r..r.0.  r.  r t* ^r ,*  ',  fl   r.r r.r* r*   r.0,0. 0.M*.*. Chapter 65 O.E.S. :  holds annual bazaar  PENTB^NIAL Christmas was tye themf  tor the 22nd Annual Bazaar  of jyttl  ���Elphinstone  Chapter  65,   Order  Eastern  Star,   last  Saturday   November   20th   at  the filberts Creek C^mninmty H9II..  Mrs. Rulji Harrison, associate matron,  Introduced worthy matron Mrs, Lome  Bryson whp m turn piesented Mrs. Doris  Drummond T.M- convenor of the'pancejr  dressing   btation.  . Mrs, Prummond welcomed thosa pre?  sefit and, expie&bed the hope that a)}  would enjoy the tea and also purchase  the wondelful .goods on sale, She said it  was clear a great deal of Jove and woik  had gone iitlo preparing th�� display.  One of the .Chapter's main pi ojpc|s  is that of cancer dressings and cancer,  .research. Any person in need of dressings  should apply to a member and have 0,  doctor's letter stating tyrie of dfessin^  required.  Members also support .three bursaries,  the Eastern Star Training Award for  Religious Leadership, the Elizabeth Bently  fund and a local bursary. The latter w<*s>  this year, won hy.Cheryl Rae of Madeira  Park. Last year it went to Elliot Trueman  of Gibsons. '"'*';���  Donations are als'o made to St. Mary's     ill  Hospital antJTin  thanking everyone for  supporting such worthwhile projects, Mrs.  Drummond    declared    the tea officially  opepe.4  Head table was covered with lace cloth  over pink underlay and decorated with  a crystal vase filled with mauve and  bronze spider chrysanthemums and two  gilded angel figurifiks. A Centennial flag  and evergreen leaves graced each tea  table.  aMi��!*|��i*Wti��^^^  Sechelt Peninsula Rod atr\d GunQlyb  DECEMBER  1?th tit  122 WPOJVI   ;. g  WILSON CREPK eL|JBHOUSe    ( i  *7f gj*-  TRAP    ,"   :22 SHOOTING i-.' BU^V/SHQQTS-' $:'  MISS & OUT - SNIPE-SHOOT - UUCKY TAW?fT�� 3&.  Games and Refreshments af Club House   v^ *jg;  ��� - ' '"      ��� -"- - :" sS  h&  eau  t  y  Many entries studied  contest  Door prize, u ceramic fish-cliouder pot,  donated by lhe Past Matron's club, was  won by Ethel Jure of Wilson Creek.  Crewel picture of provincial flowers was  Won by Beatrice Rankin and a Christmas  YOUNG Canada's Book Week,(November  15-22) draws to a cjose, entries for the  contest are still being received at the  District Library from schools up and  down the Penipsula. Sechelt Elementary  School Librarian Mrs. Murrie Redmamr-is-  stiJl poring over hundreds of'entries for  that school's book mark contest. It is  hoped that the names of winners for all  the contests will be ready for publication  in ��� next weeJc'sNpaper.  Students aypechelt Elementary School  and Elphinsl/5ne Secondary - School were  indeed fortuilpte in receiving a visit from  this year's patron for Young Canada's  Book   Week, -Chiet   Dan   George,    who  Seven nice salmon caught 4UFJng tl>*e  filming of The Bescftcprnher ��?fi?S  in Gibsons, were turned oyer to ���������-��$.  ��� Mary's ftoBpjtal test week by OBC's  production secretary Grail Turner pictured on left. Accepting Jhe vvelcorne  Salmon Stars  "gift are dietician Mrs. M.*Black and  administrator M. Tony W^geniakers.  CBC is just about winding up filming  for the winter monthsJjut.wiilreturn  again in the spring.  JKfQTTT fl  ifiMUun  Section B  Wednesday, HoY��"nbe'r 24, 1971.  IS PLEASED TO ANNOUNCE -7-  MI5S JOYCE WATSON FORMERLY OF SKYLINE BEAUTY SALON,  SURREY, BC. HAS JOINED 0|JR STAFF.  Dianne Alien - Joyce Watson - Hops Thiekson-  ���     ��� ���* '*��� 1 ��     * ���N-.-'j-''*,^  Cowrie Street, Sechelt - 885-2818  Pages 1-6  Pres. laid wreath  calie donated b^K?y Franski^was wo* by . tauiht tliem* an ancient Indian prayer to  S. Clark of Roberts Creek. Other prizes  went to: Margo Cummings of Langley,  Jat:k B"isher of Sechelt, Mrs. J, W. Hill,  Davis Bay, Mrs. C. Hilchie, Roberts  Creek.  ,'.���.... Words, gf thanks to ail who gave their  willing suppor*rare expressed by Worthy  Matron Lorrie . Bryson and Associate  Matron  Mrs. Ruth Harrison.  Use Christmas Seals  Faced with the choice between changing one's mind and proving lhat there is  no heed to do so, almost everyone gets  bqsy   on   the   proof, .    -  ...  CHAIN SAW CENTRE  Cowrie Street, Sechelt r 885-9626  �����-. - V ***A.       *��*'������ or* %* 0*      +mr'  JyJ '������ >FO/T#W^  CHRISTMAS  Padd|es - Oars  Boat Hooks - Boat Cushions  Boat Seats - Life Jackets"  Boat Bumpers - Boat Tarps  *   * ���.       1  CHAIN SAW FOR PAD  USE CHRISTMAS LAY^XWAY  the Great Spirit.. UnforturjaleJy, the  Cliiefs schedule was far too crowded for  him to be able to visit all the scliools,  but we are grateful to him for taking time  from his very busy day to visit the two  SPbpols. The band fron** "the Sechelt Residence provided musical entertainment,  and Chief Dan George expressed his  pride in their achievement and his gratitude lo the teachers who had helped to  make  this  possible.  , Open houses in the libraries- of Roberts Creek, Langdale and Madeif-a-rPaVkA*  Iijlementary Schools were held on Mon-.  day, Tuesday and Wednesday (November  Jfj, 16 and 1.7) to coincide��with tfarent-Tea-  ���cher interviews, and District Librarian  Allan J. Crane was in attendance at each  ~of these schools lo welcome visitors and  answer any questions concerning the ever  increasing importance" of libraries in modern education. Open house was held at  the District Library on Thursday, November Hi. Gibsons -Elementary School Librarian, MPS. Doris Fuller, is busy preparing1 for oppn house on Wednesday1,  November ^-J from 7:30 pp.m; inrtjrTJrOO  p.m.  There lias been great enthusiasm  among llie children for contests, and this  has helped to make the Centennial Young'  Canada's \iuok Week a memorable event,  From Pinbcchio to Poe  entertains  "ACT of (ho Heifrn-s'Tan-jng, Qeneviuvo  ���-. BifjoldA'tilid Donald Sutherland in a  searing drama about |wo people torn between lovo and religion, will he showing  at Twilight Theatre in , Gibsons , for a  I Million! eng'agomenl, Wednesday and  Thiirsduy evenings this week,  '4��inop(-'hio", lhe original Wall, Disney  full-jength curtooii feature, will lie s|imVn  twine nightly slnrling Friday i'or lliroo  days, Brings added .life apd lustre to t|)o  inH'igiiing lulu oi\tl*p little wooden buy  wlio uiudo his" imago <i rea lily, Truly a  line sliow fur ovoryonu to c!o|iie and 'hoo,  - p(|i|hl(! I'oaiiiri! eiilerluinru'.'nt begins  nni'llioi; w,oo|< at the 1,'iuehni on Mondiiy  oviiiilng, First, a mod eunmdy 1kIhit'|i,i){  Hollo DIjvIh m 11 bnnk-robliliig granilina  and hoy liiinlirrohbiiig lonelier Friicsl  Bui'giiiii'-'i whu purtruys nn ox-eon voiidoi*  uf nsott pluniliingv-AiiiJ on'l|m sumo bill,  "Cry; nl' Iho Hufifiliuo'V uuoU'iur one. of  'Iiwho wuiiderl'iil ni.'ciflf taliii, iiiHpircil |iy  i|)e>iilNmlulKui)i I'uvliigH uf Fdgac Alloii  Poo, SUiiring Vlnconj IVicu Jn ono of his  Itivorilo I'oIIh ns nn )nlliii!|il|n| (Igui'i.' of  thu (,'i)i))i))Ui|ify nnii a harsh iiiiigiHtl'aUi  whiwo coDlroDiaiiiin wllh some of |'l)��i  ii-iMil wiicluJH brings fourih a spirit j'nun  rogiuiis lioyond lhe��� grave  Gibsons Branch 38 OAPO  honored Remembrance  qn  O   GIBSONS  .  886-2827  Wednesday and Thursday, November 24fh and 25th at 8 pTm.  _ _,.  Gepevieye Bupld and  Donald Sutherland  REGULAR meeting of Branch 38, QAPO,  was held Monday, 15th. of November  al the ''Health*-" Ceiitrel Gibsons: Tlie jmeet-  ing opened with the singing of "CPCan-  ada", after which the president welcomed  all present saying how pleased he was to  see such a good atendance with so many  happy smiling faces.  For 'hose interested in the recreational  program, remember Thursday afternoons,  1 lo 4 p.m.* at the United C-Jiurch Hall-  Let's get going and make it a success,  witli friendly competition and fun carpet  howling or, if preferred,-'darts or pards.  During the Remembranpe Day Ceremony at the War Memorial, Gibsons, a  wreath was laid by the president, Mr,  L. D. MaeLaren, on behalf of the members of Branch 3(5, to honor our war dead  and to remember. *  A 14 by" 18 canvas, "Spring", Garibaldi  .fiark..witli..Diamw.gi .tieafj. in. the.JiacJ^  eZOMl^*"' Jpaintcd-ra nd ^onated^yt 1^1%;^-  p. MacLaren is now ou display ai Fjowevr  Jaine Florists, wliere^ licJcets on the pij  painting may be purchased, also in various-si ores'in the district, or December 15  at the Christmas dinner.  Members of Branch 'Ml' reserve your,  tickets now for the Christmas dinner, to ;  be held in the Legion Hall, Gibsons, Wed-]  nesclay December 15, at (i p.m., with the |  secretary, Mrs. Rita Silvepfon. The dead- j  line is December 1st. "      ' j  Mr. Mih. Huley was ^liairmuu for .the;  election   of   officer^ .and   the   executive  elect for  1072 are,  PrpsidpiH, Mr,  IL.'P,  Macl^aren; Jst vice, Mrs. Elizabeth Hal-  stead; 2nd vice, Mr. H.*W. Mcfskel}, secretary, Mrs liii a Silverton; treasnrer, Mrs.  Gwen"Crosby; directors, Mrs; Ellen Cham*-:  berlin, Mrs. E. Warrick and Mr. R.. WA  Blair.  An important item for members pf.  Branch 38, there will be no social in  December, the dale of .the regular meeting  lias been moved up to Monday, December  Mhr--everyone please note and "mark tlie  dale on your calendar.  The meeting closed with tbe singing  ul "The Queen", followed by I refreshments, with an added treat of fnesh pineapple, brought back from Hawaii by Mr.  and Mrs. MacLaren, Aloha-  COLOR  ^Mct of tin  (Outboard and In-Out)  1    ?   .   . .     ''  .SEE -  .  PACIFIC BOMS  Repairs, Winterizing  ahd Storage  290 Jf/ 3rd, Vo-i. - 874-591*?  FRIDAY * SATURDAY - SUNDAY  November 26th, 27th an 28th  ~~     PLEASE NOTE:  1        "       ������....   .  for your convenience  EXTRA SHOWING OF PINOCCHIO  STARTING AT 6 30 P.M.  Two Showings, Each Evening Starting  at 6:30 and  8 30 p m.  ���6:30 show out at 8 pm.  - ^t=&:30 show oui  at  10 p.m.  Matinee Saturday at 2 p.m.  Starring:  VINCENT PRICf*  DOUBLE  .FEATURE  ACTION  HORROR  SHOW  Monday, ~  November 29  Tuesday,  November 30  Wednesday,  December 1st  .NOTE;  This Show  ,   Starts at  , 7:30 p,m.  WiNILCOMIS  TO  A  1  FLOORCOyEESIMGS LTP.  1659 Sun*hlno Coatft Highway f��t��*Wy|i**joort Road, Glb��on��  1 Phono 006-7112  * CARPETS   * 7\ltS   ^ LINOLEUMS  '' ' "HOURSt   ������' '���  ���   *'  Cloicd Monday, Open 9 o.m, - 6 p.m.����� Friday Niaht TH 9 p.m  k**\  f   ���!_  ��4* !  ���IV"  ������**���:  ������it. ���  ���"*   1  ���ft  'I  i  *i  rf  '   i.  ,%*f  f  $i$3b&?>$' ^r^^^^Zr^C-^^- " 'J^rZ**y^,  ii..*Miiiiiw��ii#��j*^j|!iiJ'**'**i.iti*]|i| rt" r**i "Tr i1**'"* i^r-**l*'**!'*f"^aM*fci**^'*'*'Mi'fc^***^^ *  te^^^rs,*-*^-**:. *** -  ���"H*.t$P*   Jf* ^h'dWjT-*-!?* "**i-V  * . ����^>r..w:r...~s.*a#>s>a-'4*��a'it*<acrV ^ " On  JT7vdL t JL w JL  -��   + s   *  **>''���**,:?'.���* ft***-**!*; *���  4       *    I l��Jfc�� ������������        ��-  r  /  Pender Harho^ty Jottings  J  j     t'   v. r- in-  .1,  i L.    -ii  i j      i"    -'- i  ���       rl   '- T      :i    ������--;���    ���-��� , ��� ������-���,���   -���*���*- ���   ���������    ��� ���������- ��� ���-*  -~*bY Evans Hermort  SYMPATHY ip extended to Kay "Pl^icjiev Larry and Lincta CavUss, ..'  ,ond family on the loss of ft ^pfc)&nclx:       While operating a resort is an entirely  and father, who died of a heovt. nttftcK tin new expe-'ie'neei for both e,ouples, They are  Saturday; November 13th, Max wa^wrie ; .young, energetic, ami liave the enthusiasm  of the bear known local spoitsJlshWlWjjp ^eesaarv* to the / successful operation of  and a familiar sight around the pcipnlar  fvih'ng spolH.   A",   one   of   Max'f'j hipy  fri^ndi put it: "Many fisherman, locaJ^w}  * SUNSHINE  J, COAST RCMP  5vt,S*^ Hiffliwa/ Potrol ;���  (QUESTIONS pertaining  to traffic  law?  and driving methods may bo submitted  _ 40 Const. Ron Mangan* e/o The Peninsula  ntlun'wiso, will nut  feol \ho samft Uhwl  fishing the Harbour witho,   Max Fl^cltPV ,  "boing there too," \, ;  COMMUNITY  MEETING ;  Qver forty members of the Pender  Harbour Community Club attended a  mooting held November }5th. in tWPehV  cltw Harbour Community Hall with W��?  Times,'- Bo*iT3C'sedhalf," B.C. or phone    ArWa "prowling.   Secretary.^ Boris Idv  '      ' . . ��� ���- wardsoh,  reports   Ihe   lol lowing  projects  regarding the Hall,  V)' To. complete the  cover'ed���patio; *2) to provide a sidewalk  Kepi vory busy welcoming the large,  number of visitors to the Q.E.��._An  Welcome  and. Past Worthy Matron Mrs. Doris   countless stamps from envelopes ��� to  885-2266)  Q. What is the law regarding horseback riding on. the highway or public  road? L   A. The only regulation in the Motor  Vehicle Act concerning horses is Section  l!>3 which states "No person shall race  w'ith or drive furiously any horse or other  animal upon any highway." .The only  place where horseback riding is prohibited is on freeways or other roads wbere  lhere aie signs posted. Ride on the shoulder where.arid when possible*'and dort't  obstruct traffic.  Q. What are the laws in regards to a  what is often a hetetic business,  In preparation for the coming season,  Larry .is iaisy \vlt|i repairs ahd mninle*  nance to theiiv wharf, floats and rental  J'JeoJ. Partner Borne finds no. chore  shortage cither but is not able to,_pitj'*h  in full time. Weekdays he spends at UBC,  working on his PhP in electorial.,engineering.       . ' ���  Judy and Linda are both i:eg'steved  nurses, presently oh. staff at 'Si, Mary's.  Hospital in; Sechelt.While those -dvities,-  cquplecl with running a resort, leave little  free time, both girls manage to Ipp Madeira Park quite regularly on their "ten  speeds". ���**      ...   , '  Larry says they intend to operate on a  year 'round basis (apd have so far secured  winter tenants for "all but' three of their  units���not bad! ��� ���.....  '-^iV"  welcome these two couples to the  area, and wish thorn much success.  ,   In 111(12 Jonathan fleece, a Yale butcher,   persiiaded   relatives     to   stake   land  Dnimmpnd.   Throughout   the   year    helj) raise I'unils I'm their i|npqr'tant   1U0tdri^AettbVvate.ly "spooking" a horse,  nual Fall Bazaar are "from left: As-    ExternStiir ladies hold work parties    project which"   is helping 'research  sociate Matron Mrs. Ruth Harrison;    making articlos to help comfort.those   workers to battle the disease.  Worthy Matron,  Mrs. Lori  Bryson    afflicted with cancer, also removing ��� u        ���*'.'���,    J-  ""i'l  n  fs  it  -*"*,   It    I*"*       l  &' hi *  I n�� r 1 ��� 1.  1 JJ'u,y  t "7  :*<.���<>  J  U**  rf~*-***  A />**  V "%** ? * ��<  fl\*   '"  ���-,%���*.   y* ,  *r$.  'A  IT'S ~i.P  , f r    J  Ip *,*"  >*,      f T-  '  v s l     X  *0l00*      1  "    li/**-1"'        r.     '"* 1   i     ttfc^   -trf"���*-*  *       l~***    r* I  v/\    *trjt   J      -rvK. J*.  ���*r~~^  fc  N  Jj/r* -^<*Z��AJ      ^^'TTT  L***      '      * **���" *. ****- ,v- r^a *��� **>**���  f  *      * *  ***** .    r.   A  **-** Art r 0T  c-  i.e. blowing the horn, razzing the motor,  driving at the. horse etc. and causing an  accident   where  either the  horse  or  the  lMd'er aue^Kuyt^  .' A).. tiji.^ijd.lVe proven by.the actions  of the driyer of.tjhe car that he was de-  iberately ���tujjju'tg., m spook the  horse and     Bridge Club which meets Tuesdays in the  an  acciden-t r&uiited, the  driver  of  the     pander   Harbour    Hotel   Dining    Root��-  car  could  be^ charged  under  the  second     Friendly bridge is the name of the game.  part of "poptiyn 138 which states "No per-     Barbara is an excellent' hostess^ and tlie  son   shall   drive   a   motor-vehicle   on   a     refreshments     beyond     reproach.. "Ralph  to the library entrance; 3) to provide  Atitsido access* t'o restrooms in order that  the   Little Leaguers   may   make   usp  of  those facilities.     .;     _     ��� .  Nominations   for   the   1072   executive  were made .towards  the annual ���Janvi'UX.  meeting,  LEGION DANCE  The annual  Remembrance Oay fjance,  was held November 13th at the PlnHer.  Legion. Some 1.00 people enjoyed dancing with him in the area know known as the  to the music of the George Page Band city of Chilliwack.  and were treated also to �� delicious  smorgasbord prepared by the Legiftn'  Ladies Auxiliai-y. .The- organizers did a  grand job unci llie entire' affair .was n  great success.  BRIDGE GROUP  Barbara   Bird   has  formed  a  4^ table .  t  ,\*  i  u  i  ���   4  f  't  i  \  *f  ':)  �����  t  r  4  ' . 4  ���J  ���I  ��� 4  ! <  i  I  '\*L  .^T^^fc^  {  '���I  JM  j f*    *\.f\*J�� _'����  Novelties  Despite its size, Roberts Creek Community hall was completely  ''filled'"  with   stalls    displaying   beautifully  made novelties, home   baking aiuk  embroidered household    gift items,  prepared during the year by ladies  of the Eastern Star for the annual  fall bazaar which raises funds for  thejr cancer research project. Making sure the three littlo rhinos behave  themselves are Mrs. Margaret True-  man and Mrs. Jean Whitla.  j * t  ��*? -. *****  *Saa".*l   *> i'Jf  ���r Ai-i    *. i  . >vx   y  ' v   ���������: '���*. x.  ,5*. '".-   . #>*.,**.��..*���.���**������  mmmmn0mto*mm0m**mm0*m*m*mmmi  A SPECIALTY  Af/>a/////j/  STONES  and  FINE GIFTS  WELCH'S Chocolates  SECHELT JEWELLERS  885-2421  highway- without reasonable consideration  tur other persons using the highway"���  Sk points. "  Q.   I  understand   that   there   is  to  be.  change made regarding the markings on  7highway, i.e. the centre Tines and curb  hni's.- What are these changes and why?  A   Tbe change in traffic line marking.  will  go' into effect, immediately in   B.C.  to conform with standards being adopted  )>y  must  Provinces  and   States "in   North  Ami'iica.  The changeover will be done as part  of the normal repainting programme? It  is expected" that municipalities throughout the Province will change their pavement marking to conform to the new-  standards which is 1. Yellow lines will  separate ��� flows in opposite directions;  while lines will separate traffic moving  in the same direction; and solid yellow  lines will indicate that passing is not  allowed. 2. On two-lane highways the  center including solid no passing lines  will be yellow and lane edgelines will be  white 3. On multi-lane undivided highways ,lhe centre line will be yellow and  lane lines and lane edge lines will be  whjte 4, On freeways and other highways divided by a" non-traversible median, lane lines and right side lane edge  Jines will be wltite and left, side lane  lines.will be yellow.  Q, Js il an offence to have your muffler dragging on  the jroadway?  A.  Yes  it  is an offence  under Motor  Vehicle   Act.   Section     IOf��A  stales   "-No  poison   sha'il���operate   on   a   lugliway   a  motor   vehicle  designed   or. modified   so  Jhat any 'portion'thereof, other than  the  wheels iii contact  with- the roadway, has  ess   clitanincty from   surface   of   a   level  roadway   Minn  tin;   lowest   poln)   on   the  rim  of  any   vyheol.Jn  coiitncl   wllh   the  roadway,"'' $25,00  fine.,'  IT'S A KACT: Pass a car moving at  ���If* in,ph.i when your car is moving at.  lil) lu.piln ami il.Willi lake lln* sunn) Hint)  It woulil take ly puss -10 cars parked  bumper to bumper,  Maddisun was Ihe top scorer at the November   Kith  get-together.  BOWLING LEAGUE  Team standings to November ?,3rd are:  Conrad E. Wagner, D.PM.  PODIATRISST - FOOT SPECIALIST'  will be In Dr. Webb's office in'Sechelt  (Bonner BlocCT""  on Monday, December 6  -  For appointments phone  886-7005    "' '.'.  Team  Alley Cats, Tied  for  Boad Runners, first  Moochcrsi  second  Duds, third  'Drivers','  fourth  Watusi, fillh  Springs,   sixth  Sardines, seventh  Team Captain  Marilyn Clayton ���  Ted Donley  Romey  Talento  Bill Cross  Mark   Myers  Muriel Cameron  John   Divall  Barbara Stackoski.  jwmmmmmmwmmwB*  Mens high throe. Gay lord Merkle 720.  Mens high singles, Guy lord Merkle 300.  Ladies high three, Katherine Ross 0**7,  Ladies, high singles, Kalherine' Bttss 2ti(i,  Jennie- Merkle  2l'(i.  President Barbara Stackoski (telephone 8H3-2274) says that spares are always needed.  LOWES CHANGES HANDS  Orv7-nf-1fff'"~best known local resorts,  Lowe's Madeira Park Hotel Hi Boat Rentals, has changed bauds. New owners are  Barrie and   Judy   Wilbee,   together  with  NEVEN'S,.^.'  RADIO & TELEVISION  dealer for:  ZENITH  FLEETWOOD  ADMIRAL - PHILIPS  *  *  EVERYTHING FOR  HOME ENTERTAINMENT  *       #       *       *  Ph. 886-2280  Gibsons, B.C.  HIP           \ Q .  " &  1  ���   RE-ELECT  Wally Peterson for Mayor of Gibsons.  ��  I will continue to figbt to give 1% taxpayer the most for his fax dollar.  I don't hesitate to sav' that we have 'one of the best water systems on  ihe Peninsula, we will have the first.large secondary sewage treatment  plants in this area, we have now completed our overall development plan  for our whole village and vye will have our now library-museum complex  ' ���. -i  completed early in the new-year. All this with veuy little increase in  taxes, how about lhat? Hoping to see you all at me polls with your X  :' '        '      jn the right spot,  FINE  SWISS  WATCHES  Socholt B.C.  **tm*mmmmi0m*00^*0**00,00n9mHmmmmmmm0mmm  \f  ���WHOM  sais  J'o/'f  ���   i    ���   ,   n-     " Viff  'j'  A  >n M\7'm  i yjs J''tkJm  Who'll Buy  "It's nrally j��ood" wtys Mnl Tllldn Hko, '..which I'jti.scd lots of money in  Moore, ' dlHplnyliiK llio' ,<.lu-i,s|.mn,s rnffl'o ticket ��nl��H ill Iw.sl, Snliinffty'*-  Ifull. c'uku baked by Mi'H, Cay l'Van-    (MILS/.Bazaar held ul HoImmIh Crook,���  \  !  **A''*t-tw>l'l\'.'>l''>lw  . ���.%v.%v.v.lv.**. ���i"��;��:��!��''��''��:��!?!��:������^H��.��.��.��i��.��i��.��.��:��.��.�� ��� ���.��.���.��.���.  i��:��.��"x"aiz<>%ii��:��%_ii"��%%%%  ,i",ii"ii'"��"��"��'"��%'"��%%%:��:f!��:�� ���"������������ ������  ^^"ll���,��%'"l.^^^^^^%^^^,  ���"������"��"��"���"���"���"���%"���"���"��%  '���ViVi"iVi"��"iVi'1  ��� i1%"'��"'��"'��"��"'��"'b"1-''^"  ^ssssssss^ssssssssssssssss^s  tmsmm^msm  tms0mmmmM��  a SUPPLIES"^  ^w'^*^��rli^"wii^  FOR BOATS, YACHTS, ALL METAL, WOOD AND FIBRE-  GLASS   CRAFT.   YEAR   ROUND   WATERPROOFING   AND  WEATHER PROTECTION, J  !l >fSS  ALSO PURAGLAZE FOR ALL MOTORS, INBOARD AND  ' OUTBOARD. ,' y  RUSTPROOF AND WEATHERPROOF.  ���-~-*^���MONEY-BA-aC'-OUARANTEE.":���"  /  i  I' ���(.  ���4.,,,,,i.  SHCOI  ESTSYALOF  SOLD AT  BOAT SALLS, PLHASURH, (\ND COMMERCIAL* FISHING SUPPLIES"  BENNER O'LOCk; SECHELT ,805-9032; res. 805-9400  .��� DlSTaiBUTOR  UNIQUE  ^SUPPLIES  ROX 694 GIDSONS  806-7404       I.  im  m^m  5^SS8Sk  .(.  iiiQHUGiiTiNn 17 MA-ion npomo oiiAMPioNniiinn AononfiTHR  pnoVINOR IN cnNTnNNIAI' YI?An. MAKH PkANfl TO 0RH lilllTinll  COLUMHIA ANO-ATTRNP ONR OH M9W3 OP Tl 113 I'OU.qWINGI EVENT"?,  PADMINTOI^-Vlnloiln pnn.o, 10; 11,12i PAnKRTri'AU,��V|n*arto Pao. 10,.11|  nm\m ~ prlnno OooroA Doo, 10.11i CUniJNQ r-Trn|| poo. l\ 10,11,18*  FIjNOINQ - Kolnwim pun. A. fis I'lOUMli 0KATINQ ^ North Vonoouvor  ,  Doo.0,1(j, 11, IfJiCiYMNAflTlbn - Knmloopu Doo, A,��! |CIJ HOOKEY~  Noloon anrl Ttnll Don. fl. /1| JUDO - Qimniml Poo. 11! QKIJNq." Whlnllor  Mounlnln Poo, 1*?| HNOWMoniUNp �� Rnvnlptoko Port, 1 j. 121 RI'GGO ' ;  I3KATINQ - Vnnnouvor Pno. 10, ili'OYNQHnoNIZfiD OWIMMINQ - M\olox\t\  "  -r;iNNIQ��Cti     '   " "      "      -       Poo. 10,11,12} TAUUIITCr  ,.Wou...iu,..'ii,.i*Mnui.u.iM���iu"wftmpl>'W^  100 Mlln llniion (Boyn) Poo. 10,11| Kflfownn (Qlilo) Pfio. 10, jlf  WEIQUTHFTINa �� AbMuford Doo, 4j WREGTUINQ �� Oliver Ooo  Nanaimo Doo. 10,11. , <    .  Rao nnit ���ntny oiitntnnillnn opnito ovonta piaiwnlod In many oormmjnttl?*  (UiroiiflliaiH JlllllRh OolMinliln,  300.3,4;  nnlTinn opLuMBiA rROTLVAi. on eponira _ ,  (H>onnor��r* liy Ilia Amaiouf Sport* Ora��nl?*Hcnt ot Cs�� raavaegi tn-} m*i  .   QOVBRNMENT OP PRITiail COLUMBIA      1  JLkPRPAWTMENT OF TRAVEL INDUISTnY  �����jO lion, W, K. KI��rtl��n,-MlnlMor/n, r\ Yfetlny, u^ajt *^lnW��r  for your Cnlftndur of Uvnlii oonUel Ch��mt>#r�� ��f p#mm��r*��,  V|n|loi(i lliiinmiii nml lljmil* Of(|fl|iliri>||on�� lliiuhulimit ||if iiWvfnPC  Potnlln nl vnniinn. rinlim nnd llm<m ��r�� provUI��r1 liy ���poiU nra��nll��l|oni  nt I nMlvnl ilAiHiiihnn nml nuy ohnnp"** or oiniMlon* #m nM lli��  fttimntiMiiiy ut iim lyuvinoW uowimtiL  00000M  0um*mm*  0000000  \  V"  r,  \    r  1 ��  I ���'  "��o'-,M&%��!*l*fflWwi I, * I  r^^wwM^wr^^  \   >  ���*7   7'.', :j" i{<v v !<'h"^;7',Vj''f'A^v~7A ^7 *���>"* -v 'r,7 - / -  ,    '     1 ) ,���      | jj *��!. j-       ti     /      I     *, ��   K   ,      '  r *       *        j * ,1  1 ^ a  .���' >      K*  \  i       '     "J    J     J  > i'<*    t   /     ' ' ���  f��\. .;  Wednesday, November 25/1971      the Ppnlnsulo Timen  Informative meeiing ...  , r- r��� ��� . ^ lt      (  Branch 69 Senior Citizens  discuss generation barrier  ' ��� y     -  Pane 8-3    gii**jiwii'w��**K��TiPw��i��^^  '.,*     -'     (ft.!    '.        .  J.i|      '     '0*X\mT^R    l^XIUliAR  meeting of the  Senior. Citi- The regular * raffle was won hv Mrs.  ,   '   4   /*"7,,       >WV?,' -   '   -.l4      '   ii i 'vTrVf* *V* zens Association, |3ranch, fii), was held    Rose Bernard pf Jflphertr, fJrp.eJc. An extra  ''   '7* '    '   '        ,'fl-fii   " '-    -   'i * .*'    .    �� !.\        V       .\t    'i'hursrta "   **T""  '"   *"" '*     ���"'*"������   "  '     '  j-    '. a-\: ���'���%���*    ti*-  ���   ^Vl  .���..���-^H........'- i ..V i*'-....*���.  y /*��-<   'Jn"rmtWr^rtWrnKlR*4^Ki  HARViY FUNERAL HQAAP  ' \ _   ���  > LTP, ;  "Starving The_Svmshine7Coast  A COMPLETE CHAPEL OR CHURCH  SERVICE AT MODERATE COST  J, Roy Parkins,  Funerql Director  A MEMORIAL SERVICE IF DE5IREP  Phone 886-0551  aw^����oi��PMfBat^i��nmiiii��ii����a������tatilM��niiiiii��l<ij;M  ***T/*"J V���i^*  Mount  Elphinstone making a  classroon  Located nl the 3,700 ft. level on Mount   breathlalcing heauty ol* snow capped nnd a special use permit has. been   ow^a-^RrSunday  l^lphinslono,; the   Tetrahedron   Slu    mouuiains.  90i aeres  has  beeiT set granted the Ski Clitb, to manage the   ,,.n. There liave be  (Club's warm-up hut, donated K,/ n    "'"i�� ������ ��^�� rt..��.,i����jr.,i ����.,��-...,.��,��.,��.   ,...,.,, ���i,..,,, ,i... ���,,-. ,~ ~a ���,,*...* ,*-,in    .- i ,,.....   local s h a k e turn, over  ncouver \vHl '  ., Dec, I,  There will  Christmas  ,....-���.. ���.,-, .... __..�� ,.,,,, ,�����,..,6 Seciielt at  generation. One very /effective me.thod 2:45 p.m., II\pu going-direct to Qaltridge '-  wuiiId be for older people to attend some ?<iii~~3\\ hopr'*5 shopping or supper, then  i.f.the functions put cvi.> by the-younger touring the bright lights, returning on a  children, such, as their class ijnovies ^nd late ferry. IJ you requre tielcets, phone  t'lilertainment's. jp?o,~aclults could par- 88r)-975'*' The fare >yili be tlie usual  licipate in their clubs, tyl-ore use of school amount .Jor .members, witli an inereased  buildings by the general public"- the tax-    cost to non-members. * -  liayers -  is essential,'particularly  in  the The Christmas Dinner and Tarty \y.ill  evenings and week-ends. A start has al^. be held on Thursday, Dec. 16 in (he ^4  ready been made in that direction, by clielT Legion Hall, at 12 o'clock noon,"ana  making a  classroom  available  to  Senior    will be for members only  There are oply  ri..-;.^���,,.. e-..^ay af(ernoons,  from 2-4    a few tickets left, which may be obtained  been 2 such metings so .from   Miss   Adelede   tange,   so   if   you  vnum    om,   iiHMiiimniM,   dim ai*ies   lliis   umi   sui     |>rauiei"l llie SKl-tMUP, IO manage 'U*L*    l>-m. There have been 2 such metings so   "from   Miss   Adelede   tange    s0   if   y  ated by a    aside by lhe Provincial Government   urea along the ski tow and cabin site    fur, and they have been well attended   want one, better hurry.  "looks     the     for J'OQreatlQIli'l Use On the mountain *"><f very much enjoyed. . There will be no' regular meeting  , . ��� Come and join us next Sunday. Bring   'December. The next'one will be on Th  ie  !       S  XKZ&t>*\S\  ��� 11,1,r;..!* ���Ji*  in  --,������������ - o  ������ ��� ���* ���-���*,*- >����-. "��; *.,!��� Thpr-  yi.ur  Inyorite. games, crib, scrabble,  etc.,    sday, Jan. 20 at 1 p.m., with U16 instal-  >>r your knitting  il"_ you��just  like to sit    lation of the new officers.  ���,  .  and  cluit.   HelTeslvments   will   lje   served,  11.ere  is  no charge.  OYfTfehalf ni' fhe-L.A., l?oyal Canadian  .Legion, Branch No. 140, Mrs Gladys Rit-  chie, Fres., presented Canon Greene wilh  a cheque for $500., to be -used for the  new unit .of the Senior Citizens Housing.  Canon Greene expressed thanks and ap-  piei-iation   for the  generous gift.  The Nominating Committee presented  lhe billowing names for, the 1972: Executive All were-accepted -by' acclamation.  I'rt-Mdenl, Mr Dave Hayward; 1st Vice-  i'res., Mr*. Lily. Dunlop; ^id-Vicii-Prfs.,  Mrs l-'sther Wagner;;"Sect., Miss Adele de  Langr; Tn-as, Mrs. Alice Batchelor; Dir-  rect.iis, Mr. Harry Sawyer,.. Mr7j. Derby and Mr. Key. Smears. r���    k  Mrs. Madgf Hansen, the retiring presiy  deid was iMvsented with a corsage from  ihe Associu'lnn, with many thanks for a  difficult-job- well done, and- appreciation  for all  hi-r kindliness and understanding.  ij^wi&^iEi&i&tl*^^  CREMT  No Gpod EnoMgh for  Mortgage Thrpugh The Bank?  f-JEED   /  Money for Car, Vacation  or. Education?  $1,500  TO  $20,000  LOWEST INTEREST RATES~  "For Information Gall  886-7016  l^HBB*lllllffr*Tn^  Dsatmcing 9:30-1:30 a.m.  1       MUSIC BY  Saturday, November 27  T0w��00i  4.-  Sno-Cat  The  Mount Elphinstone and Tetrahedron    and; nils year n win tow a steel up  Ski Cluh is preparing the 11)58 Tucker    slopes,  giving    a bigger passenger  Sno-Cat for another busy season. Its    load.  Tetrahedron ...  snow is beginning, to .'settle on    large deck area has, been, improved  nt Elphinstone arid Tetrahedron    and this year it will tow a sled up the  Local Ski Club members  preparing for new season  "PHIS-SEASON preparation;? are Yiiiderway  lo, make skiing on  Mount  ElphiiiKtone  the  best   year  yet   for -Tetrahedron   Ski  Chili.  Formed In December 1000, the ski  club ha:i made il possible for families to  , enjoy1 '.MoonI weekend Hltiing, by purcha.s-  IiiK eriuipmniit and putting a treniendou.s  amount of volunteer work into inslalliua  a skblow, keephm -lhe snow-mobile in  ���working condition niid working on fhe  ikvi'hh ronil ul . HohoitH Creek.  Two work purlins have been' nn Iho  mountain already, ono crew-.-workwl oiy.  cii'iiriiia' dilchoH und Ihe'olJutr coiled the  nkl tow ropo. People ore needed 'in cleiii-  alder (in the sldo of the uiieemi road,.and  help with bridging, iilso io do i-eppjrs to  the warm-up hut .which blew over in a  recent .storm, Work patties are presently  being planned  for  Sundays and  anyone    eess road with  resources available.  hqe work on the access road.  The   ski   season   lasts   from   January  until the. end of May.  IMPROVEMENTS  Improvements this year include a new  sled which will be towed behind the sno-  cut.,; enabling more skiiers to reach the  slopes. Even without the sled the sno-cat  has towed and carried as many as 27  people at one time up the mountain.       \  PROJECTS  Ijhi.s year the ski club wil not have to  make any major purchases and can con-  ���fRf),M;*'if;},1,9.i>-,..in\P''l9.Y-jj|'>a, ���w.iUU^.^Mp.h^Ji**,  improving the ski-tow, ensuring thai the  siio-ea't is mechanically sound ��� therefore  more dependable and improving the a��-  ROVER &  LAIMD-ROVER  OOntilnti Inctoiy port*  Jay's B. &, E. Motors Ctcl.  1257 Seymour St., Vancouver 2  ToIch 04500550 f��U. 601-4826  wishing to contribute in any way should  conlaci. any of the following executive  members: President Itick Clamaclie, .8110-  7205; vice president, Mel Jay, !)H0-2f)|17;  secrelary, Mariilyn Cjreggain, 'IUIQ-|ir>3B;  treasurer, Manna Hoj/.lar. and sports chairman Mlro Ilejzlar at 'flB'fl-7��lliU; w��y�� and  means chairman, Ken Morrison, and public rnlaJlonfi chairman, Sandra .Morrison  at lillfl-7110,     ,  MEMBERSHIP  Annual due;*) which help offset lhe cost  (if' *if|iilpiiion|   'and   mnintunance  are  as  I'llllOWail  Senior member - p.i), Jiminr member -  .1>r>.n0; maximum I'm,' fiimilv - i|ifiiMkl.  NoVMiiomber-pj plus $ft Iniiiallon,  Momli'ci'shlp chainnnn, (llanna Hejzler,  (li'iinlhiims Unillng would like dues-to  I"'' paid an Hbiiii as pnmilhle as funds are  rncilllrofl lo help offnot  the vdni, of back-  Needed more than ever this year, is  tgreator membership participation iii  helping those in charge of projects..  A dance1 is planned I'or Saturday, December ll in the Port Mollon Co'inniunity  Hall, Hlarliug at 11 p.m. ��� Ticketh are $!>  per couple or $2.fid per person and are  available from any of lhe members, All  proceeds will help keep 'Ihirt. line sport  right here on the slope*" of Mount Elpliin-  slmie,  COVER CHARGE  wiB.��iw^ im ���^���>n��i<in.miiiii  Phone 886-2472  *00*0****0*000^*I0***0I*000***^***,  ****m0*0uw*00i*mm^m*mnmmmm***mvmLj%m  NYGREN  SALES  (1971)  LTD.  Your BAPCO PAINT  DEALER in GIBSONS  On the Wharf - 886-9303  Quality House  and.  Marine  Paint.  ---.,.,,���., ���.,������,������,...,., ...������.���[r illinium  *v0000*m0m*mi00Gto00m00w**0mw%0m0M*,t  Morgan's  Men's Wear  G.W.G. Work Clothes  Work Gloyes  SECHELT, BfC,  it~nnr*Tr~ir*^~-*fTTrtnnifiriw>iiiniii.n  DO'S and DQNTS  PART 3  DO���tfe sure the first strip yoii apply is straight up and down. Drop a  plumb line from a small Trcri1:"thalk tbe_.ling_agd after ^it stops moving,  snap it-oQainst Ihe wall for a true vertieqlline. ��� ,  DON'T���Assume walls are plumb. Do not try to judge this by eye.  DO���Apply pasfe~or adhesive by laying strip, pattern side down on the  front at the table. Brush paste an frorp'^top to bottom, leaving an inch  or so unposted at the top. Paste about one third of the strip, then fold it  over itself, paste to paste Be careful not to crease at this paint. Paste the  remainder and fold against itself. Keep the edges in alignment.  I~ PON'T^-rorget fo use a drop clqt^^pd^p' the table while applying pqste.  DO���Follow manufacturers directions^.exqctly when using prepasted'wall  coverings. First step in these cases are to roll eqch strip, pattern side in,  frorfi theteOTtortrto%e top Jjefore-placing into the^ wpfer"fepx  DON'T���Keep the paper in the Wqfer longer than hecessary, as stated in  the instructions.  DO���Smooth out all the wrinkles npd excess paste wilh o smoothing brush  afler applying strip. Brush paper always .from 'the centre outwards,  DON'T���Forget to allow that extra inch or two at the:" tiop- and'"bottom  of each.strip when applying. Trim off excess while still.wet. . .  DOa���Spongy off oil surface paste with clear wa,ef after hanging each  ship ond roll the'seams. This does not ap|% ia flocked or embossed "papers.  Do ihis oflor ihe paper has hung forien to fifteen minutes to mjiiiniize  seams, ' -it��." -**  , ��������� ,^i. .  PONT���TForoeV to cover'lhe switch plote^,,. nnd electrjca^ ou)|e|s,. 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"** 0 '  WM*wiWriNll^li*'li^tT*wJti����*��  Wl|,'llU.'!l'll',aMi.'IUI!jjl^W<JIL'Hjll��''WI*Jl'M4f.l||U^  * v*f\tity0iWHiPwmif^*m^ti000i  GOVERNMENT OF BRITISH COUIMBIA  COUNCIL QH DRUGS, ALCOHOL ANHIPRACOO  '���' Hon, felJraShf n% Q.C.MInlsfor of Rducatlon-Chairmen  >  *JnWlg*l*lWl>l*l^lJlj|���fl|irif ��l**"l<1l l">l*' "l****    **���    ���   ���*     **\   -^ ���*    -m..j*~m*.-  *00*S0l*jKJ*0**0J*0**m6i00^^^ **��� A Ai��h>*/CAiA. /K++ A.-^. ��t.^. **������ *  i*-...AJK  4  ^^^^^fc^A^fe*^**^*^!!^* a^Ai^a^AAAA^A^AA^A^'  H    4      -n  f    *   *   *    I y<  i v*  Mi-i-***'  U'*1   -^\r -""���,  a.. * r      r,     ...   ,     \     .  ..  ?  I f' l> I  I'*.'  W��/UY. * ;*v -:  '*e'?>'*fM��*   M*t*nu   -sort-   tr *f  %  1^  *CQfc��fc*MMM  mW4.w*lt�� ��v*t  ^'r ; iM<> > ,'!��� .     !  "*** l! ^ *** i*-  , Vfl -    It      * S.-^'OiJr  > _. * ��  fl"  4a��^*����T  r  ��    .  \  '  '     ,  ���  I  ��  \1  ���  'c  *  1  4  1  Pogc B>4  The Peninsula Timet   Wednesday, November 35, 1971  7?  '     f     7  .1      t  - (    \   W!;**-  V- ^  .1 '  At Sechelt . �� *.  ��� ��� '��� i "(I ��[i* ' '       *ii-iy-��*���������������� ���g^p*'-  ���iijiiVjLM if-;u n j ,,i���.  '        ^ 7 rA      A  Bible Xomrnmt  Double ring ceremonY  1 I *  unites Sacco-Manahan  0 ftr      *0*m00i   *,"*-** ****pi***^t*0$           -,  *    Z*     ������^������r/     '     '  i     �����.  "*        ,*���    f '  :*x*r /  ,  *v    7  ��      ��   ��  i ��*������* '   *"     *  h>*JA*  *>*>-* *  '-v, *n  ^JW\   i  ���.....���,..���. t  ItM.T .,">���  v--  Near  Tragedy  Dramatic r moment in Walt? of the , set alone is worth seeing in this per-    w^  Toreadors' when the heroine Ghislaine   iod play and for the eunons^ the gen-   cWffon<  TATPPR Lphner officiated tit the doubt**?    hhie ensemble with silver trim and white  -ping ceremony held recently in the rose cot sage.  Holy Family Catholic Chinch Seehett,1  winch united in marriage, Deborah Mary  Manahan and Ross Wayne Saccp, The  bride is the youngest daughter of Mr. and  Mrs. Arthur Manahan ot Vancouver and  the groom is the eldest son of Mrs, Barb-  cira Matthews'ot Wilbon Cieek and Mr,  Ross N, Saeco,  Given in mainage by her father, tto***  bude looked very lovely in her empire  tyled gown entrain, ol .satin ciepe with  high neck featuring daisy turn, which  was repeated around the waistline-and  in the trimming of the short houtfant  veil. Her crescent shaped bouquet was  centred with a mauve throated prghid;  whicli was surrounded ,by stephanoti^nA:  pink roses.,     -  ���-���������  Attending-the-rbride were, matron of  honour, Mrs. JudFTlidgewell, bridesmaids  Mrs. Nanette Eldred.and Mrs, Judy JEldred  and junior bridesmaid Miss Tracee Matthews, FlowergirJ was Miss Jenny 1*66  Morgan, A11 wore full length high w&isted  gowns ot purple chiffon over, taffeta wit^  lace:trim. They wore pink butterflies ih  their hair and carried bouquets pli��tpink  and mauve chrysanthemums, entwined,  with pale mauve ribbon and deep, purple  played hy Nest Lewis is rescued, hy  tjie ��� GfcrierEd's secretary Pat Baker,  after jumping out of the. window: The  eraPs portrait was painted, by El-  phinstqne Art teacher Marion Fraser.  Organist for the ceremony  was Mr,  Brian Swanson, Best man was Mr, Terry  Ridgevvell, Ushers were Mr. David Saqco,  Mr. Larry Matthews and ring-bearer was>  Mr, Paul Morgan,  SecJielt Legion Hail was suitably decorated for the receptipn wherethe bride's  eldest brother, Mr, Peter Dinesen proposed the toast to the bride, -  For her daughter's wedding, the bride's  mother! chose to wear a formal gown of  multi-colored brocade and white gardenia  corsage, ... ���  The mpther pf the groom wore a pale  :   l  TTrquesttyn* answered  QMe^o,^W,hy has thMhppry ot ew- ^,  + ^   ,^guJ      ;   d^e,^ping 08r,  lwiion caM^ ,^uch uQi-trov^y w .U��o      t ^J   * he^yialonglw^hjvear w4  church and mrmu\ eduontoru,? , *oU ^iwte.  The.', beautiful ennbeia  Answ?J"OneTPason>.ips,th��t it is still >enh��hc^therrpom-"?n"-l--i>n8lte-a-j*nagnii:t-  a theory without complete shabsUmtiattoJV cent setting- '"   ' ',    7    -   ,%  Foi   the  honeymopn  journey-which    There ^te too many breata ift the Oom of        Tr he heautv were onlv'fleBllnii ahd  tookihe newly wed couple as far as T13U-    evldence forged by; those- f.oientistrWho wear and soil raSvdeSeiK  SntoSd?ptpb^eSuitOSe a ma:��QU'   P��-omoteU.'Itc,onotfbe dented that there ^ K^ttSr��  satm. hooded hot pant suit. < ftie sme evidences of some kmds pf evq- demand dronped   The increased demand  GuesU, Irom out of town included the    iut,on, hut W��fe,insMfHclent fpr the, dop- T^MMto   tuS' up  some   rSftu-  groom's family who travelled from'On-    ma^io-statement* being made arf'tnowghC  iacturm Snfi   S >wo?k wUh B��&  vZltr��� mend"na wtettv��,lroro- if weie^i, sci^tifie fact, rather than .a ^i^fniSi^a JX W  Vancouver, . tjeDry Theuwe ot rehatow mederniainm B;p/uce w.0RUed oh^P qualities: Car-  thp 101h century followed the propaganda  Safemotoring  AVOIP Frozen Locks: Motorisls can avoid  the irritation ot finding ..frozen looks  on ��?ar doovs this winter by placing an;  ahesive" bandage' or plastic tape pverlthe-  keyhole, says the B,C, Automobile Association. To open a frozen lock, insert a  key wjiifih has been heated by a ^natch  or lighter, or. squir,t some dericeivljnto  the lock,  Low-Beam Advice: Using low-beam  headlights during dark, grey winter days  and severe Weather-Jconditioris is a *wise  safety precaution, 'because it enables ap-  proachin^ dhveisi* to see your car more  cleady.  Railroad  Crossing    Warning:  During  winter weather conditions, railroad cross^  ings can be extremely hazardous to the  -driver.   Icy   roads* make   itTdifficuU   to  of Qai'wmipm,' and thpv fmai outcome  necessarily a" complete i ejection of ll\e  ��� Gonesig xecoi^'as nothing but myth and  legend. Bishpp > Ussher inserted the date  4004 BC into the Bible, as the date of  qieation, whep in leahty np suqh dat^s  Were ever in the original scriptures, Serious people looking for spirtual food have  not lound it in the theory of evolutipn,  but they have fpund it in the Book rejected by the wardly mind as being full of  contradictions and inconsistencies. TJiese  alleged discrepancies they have not t'are-  fylly studied, with serious loss only to  themselves. In a nut shell the theory of  evolution as it is presently taught is logically followed by the rejection of Bibical  inspiration, then the rejection of the record of the fall-missed atonement: the  death of Christ for the sins of the world,  The rejectipn of this has left a vacuum  Which is being filled by4 nothing good, a  statement we can clieck by the condition  stop in time if a train is approaching, and '^pf the siQp|ety around us, *  car windows closed to keep the cold out Question; Jn the verses found in John  can muffle the sound of a train's whis- 3;3-7, what did J.e^is intend tp teach by  tie. Approach railroad crossings with-ex-���tJflrxmusual language?  treme caution.    produce {.o-called cheap qualiti-  pqt made flrs,t ^ind o|ily t-o n^ikpl al a  low price, with no icgard for, perJor-  mance, is ol cam^e not economical, but  rather, a trap toi the uninformed-pr-un-  guided buyer.  BURRITT BROS, Mxty-Hve ye^,m  Vancouver, offer a complete c^rpBt "service, especially stress}hg*"*guidance anii'an  unsurpassed installation arid cleaning  service. For personal service,' phone Ed.  Burritt at GoWer Pomt>. Phone 886-2453.  ��� *       advt.  it * ������  ***0**0m0mm000m0mm*miMm00000m0000e000lm0000t0im0000  wmtmnmmmmmummmmm^M^'yi  Windshield Wiper Care: Frequent  checks of windshield wipers should be  made throughout the winter season- If  wiper blades crack, or their arm tension  meciianism .breaks down,JU_jfln_ ppse a  serious  safety   hazard  during' snowfalls.  News From Denmark  -by Wendy Nielsen  sides the government apartments that  I have already mentioned, I have noticed  that in many families, including my own,  Answer; Without attempting to plumb  the depths- it should be possible to ascertain the rhain thought. (1st) "Micodemus  was a man in need, and Jesus met this  need by His teaching. This Jewish ruler  like hjs countrymen was resting in the  assurance that they were Qed's chosen  because tliey were descendants of. Abraham.- Rut nfesus showed that a natural  birtli was not enough to make possible  the apprehension of the kingdom of Gpd  for which they had long waited. (2nd)  What does it mean to be born of the  spirit? treading further in John 6;63, we  find, "It is the spirit that quickeneth; the  flesh profiteth nothing: the words that I  for Famous  4tf^ts  SEE  290 W, 3rd, Ave,  Vaneogver 10, B.C.  874-5919  .^fnnnrl��m^ww^J>imiHimnim^ir>MW,miiHHi.iiiiim'  y  ASIDE from Denmark's and Canada's  physical differences, the social customs  are very different also. For example, the  liquor laws compared to Canada's; whereas in Canada, drinking in any unlicensed  public   place   is   prohibited   and   Where     setlle   clown.   Then,   after   the   kids   are  special government liquor stores are set     grown,, when they marry they often> sim-    concerning; JtysuSasthe S^n of God " F3^d *)  up,   here   beer   is   a  daily   refreshment,     ply rent an upstairs apartmfenT and  live     The meaning of thp wmrk �� tA.* Jt  A- "Gentleman farmer", IDr. William  Fraser Tolmie, was first t6 introduce  thprotighbrgd livestock to>Xllhc9Hy!e^; ^*".  Janci; ~    *    ~-- '���'..;  the  family starts  out  with  Granny  and    speak unto you tliey are spirit and Ihey  Pappy  who  first acquire  the  house  and     are life," Early Christians then were      -  ,':'1 "    gotten   by   the   acceptance . of   the   truth  J' f  j.*^. if HI  Driftwood Players  tear prqduciioii date  DIUFTWOODO l'layers, the local Sun-  shine Coast Drama1 Club, is putting  tbq ' finishing louvhesi to its preparation  of Thd'Wullz of the Toreadors,'a threi;-  act.comedy-drainn by. Jo'a'n Anouilh, The  piny .will he perlormod" in ' tlie United  Church Hull in Gibsons on November US),  2(J'i��iid"U7.  Thin production is perhaps tlio unml  ambitious ullemptcd by the local group,  It is n period piece, Hot In Franco at the  (tiirn of the-uontury tiiid Ih ^tho first trout-  utne play yet attempted by this-' group,  For l'ic.oci*anlnii noino Htunnlngly ol'focllvo  ccHilumctv have, been croalccl by MIhh N(ihI  Lewis und inoinbei'N of Ihu local coin-  miuillyme ���gi|anintt!ed-'-n vlmml treat,  III llie ciiHt, nie Cul'leon .Inhiisnii, Ncsl.  Luwli"*" L,Viutfi (hoci) and I��at Baker alt of,  whom with I'uiiturcd in lim| year's hiic-  coHHful production of See How Thoy llun,  A nvwcoihor In tho k>'oui> fcaliiied inn  inoinlnonl role Ih Doug llnnoyl-iinn, local  lilgh, school loiiclicjr, Tho load roln.lrt |i��-  Ing played  by .Inlin  Biirmilde,  wild lum  Colorful  Wardrobe  iiresscs' created".'.by'.. JScsCl^ewls. add  to tlie pleasure of" the Driftwood plfiy-  ursiiTipsi recent protjuctiojl where,, the  CienoraH'ii - two. petulant, daughters  played by.Mary Livingston and D,eh-  hie.McNevJn create good 'business /or  the elegant .dressipuHei", played by  Lynne' Qieen, The play runs from  Nov. 25-27 ixmV-DWJM at H p,m, in  Ciihsbns United Church Hall.  also been hui'iiT In. oilier lMuytir productions, a       ���       .'   '      ' , .  '���',- In addition lo Iho ..original aiul au-  lliontlc cosi nines and the lucrenHlngly ox-  lierioiu'ed t'Ufit, Iho I'liiyuis for this prti;  ductlon, jhavo hat) thoir sol. donignod hy  Jim Barber who has .professional expert-  unco' in Ihnl arch,"All In all, Ihe.cliih is,  I'onl'idcifl llinl���/IIiJm wi|l h" Jhoir inosl.  challonglng iind ouUii'liililln'a pi'dduutinn  yet.     a     ���'.���������'   -v-  I'm tli'iidol' hciii'lni! II, mild Ihul di'inui*-.  much like coffee or tea. Any shop, from  grocery store to department store can  sell liquor. Beer seems to be a favorite of  all agesr���.and although it is less ..potent  than the Canadian brew, I still cannot get  used to seeing a twelve or thirteen year  old kid downing two bottles along with  a peanut butter and jam sandwich. It;  doesn't   look  natural  somehow!  Another difficult thing to become accustomed to is the enormous ads fur  - poriiQS'hnWs,v "sex' shops"/' 'and' intimate  nigJil-clubs, You'll find "tlieso advertisements, in magazines, daily newspapers,  and even in. comic books, jt is obviously  done almost completely for tourists, since  uli the adds are in English, or Danish, aiid  English. Mostjif the Danes 1 have spoken  to on this subject, consider it to lie a  big joke, but wouldn't w<tste a half hour  on this sort orelilertaihBiej.it,  I recently met a boy. who had been  in  Canada-..for-.three years,  working -as.  a mechanic in Saskatchewan. We talked  about tha- differences   in   coming   froin  , .Denmurk to Canada, and vice versa. It  {iociiis this poor fellow bounced* *tn and  out of jailhouses periodically during his  stay in Canada, unintentionally breaking  laws right and left I ��uck,i lhat Ir .what  happens, when you travel from a socially  more free country to a more strict due,  For nie, it has been exactly Iho -opposite,,  J There Heem*t,_to bo a lot of theatres,  even hi the smaller Idwns, and I think  this may ho because��� Danish IuIovIhIoii  consists of only one channel, which Is  government oponilcdr'l'hls nieuiiH a lul  "���' of nowti' and "political'"broadens!*!. Also,  , IijIovImIoii has no set Union for beginning  and ending, and no Kej'IcH-lyixi.showH, As  ii ruin, (lie hroiidiiiuillng liogiiiH about  li p.in, and curries on null! I or 'X n,m  1  linveii't yet figured nut Just whom  in the same house. They pay their own  bills, have their own jobs and privacy,  but can still come downstairs to share  meals and mix with the family. Sometimes you see several generations living  ini the same house.'This certainly cuts  down on ^the demand for housing, and  seems to work quite well-r-prdvidihg old  granny isn't tlie interfering type. Also,  if  the young  ones  do  move away  after  The meaning of the words ". . . born of  : water"'was readily discernible io |hose  who receiveel the teaching regarding bap^  tism for the remission of sins (Acts 2:38)  . when we become aware that baptism was  immersion and nothing else and that for  believers only. In the acceptance of the  gospel as preached fully and' completely  they were translated from the kingdom  of darkness (tlie world* into the^kingdom  of God's dear Son (Cpl. 1.13)      '      "  a while, the upper rooms are rented put T M"r�� "T  >����� ^��--  ---^   The king-  to othe.^.j.MiiHYrijiat M', Utimtom*-- dm" ��{(t���y*W>PWV*}m ior ���iPProxi-  retain en.mgh free land to grow food.', to male|y 1!J0�� you1s' , ~-~  support its people. It's u darn good idea, ������- ��� '���?���* r r-*-  l  think,  Aiuf speaking of good ideas���I think  it would be u good idea if 1 stopped now  so I'll have some thoughts left for next  lime.  The first Lieutenant-Goyenipr after  British Columbia entered Confederation,  Sir -Joseph Truteh, was a Britisli OiVil  Engineer,,'  KNOW YOUR BIBLE  CAMPAIGN  Jn. order to encourage a greater in  terest   in  the  Scriptures a  spe<iat~  FREE Home Study Bible Course Is  now being conducted.  This course is:  ��� Completely, undenominational '  �� Absolutely free of charge~  ���* Conducted entirely by-, mail  (No one will cqll except or);:  ru*- request) ' ���.���������  ���'pqsed directly on the Bible^  FOR FRfiE LESSONS  Apply: <E. B- Sovorson,  Box 468, Gibsons, B.C.  nicy duiiHii'i, work. Of cnurmi 11. .dncmrt. "nil lllnuo DiuiIhIi penplo ,iniiniigo In live  work, l| isn't tuippoliefl !u,wo|k, Wu nro Wlllloul building iiniiiy nuiro Iioiihch, bid  HiippoHod lii work it,"     ' 'I mn beginning |o gel miiiin IiIohh, ,'Hu-  i  ^^.ivaw^'S'n'-iCT  Hgftft  HffS  D9BX  ,!-  i 'I,  JELLY POWDERS  ��� Na bobr-r'T***���"*"*"  All Flavors, pkg,',!  Sunlight Liquid,  Regular fl7c '..���..���}.:.:.���.:.'.,:.:..'..'.':���.:  .^OPP;: ��� ���; "' ::,  TOMATO or YEGETAPLE.  Purltqn/ 10 W. tin ./,,,...,,,,:.,  '     ��� .,,.,),. i * i , *  FOR THE BEST IN MEAT  ?:; shop the Co^op^^  SHOP THE, CQ.OP  FOH ALL YOU^ IfE/VLTM FOOP WEEPS  we Nave A real good  Repeated by popular  dbmand  .'..",.;.,, ',..".���..,,...'..,,,.  lh,  pACQN''--*:*'';;"."--";'\:'*::  'By Iho   ' - ("i"  ploco  f , ���',,;,.',  GAROEN FRESH PRODUCE  Here's a word  to the wise  THIS warning lo young U,S,  jobseekors comes from Goii-  rgb R. Waekenliut, president  nf Waekenhut Corp., Coral  (Jablps,' I��'|a��� whieh provides  clients, wilh pro-omployinpnt  seeur'ity  investigations;  "College students preparing  lo start (iiireors may, find that  ihoy   have   seriously  damaged  iholr ehanee.i hy oxp(u:jmonl-  ing with and using drugs,"  , Wnekonlnit   estlniates    that  Hi) per cont of jnedium-lo-lnrgo  ((impiinles have prnblems'wlth  mnployeii   drug   ahusa.   As   a  nirtull, pro-ciniployineni sereeu-  mg lias InttinalftiH'l, wilh pHill-"  iiilur alleniinn hejug paid In    ���  ilrug-iiso lilstoileH, One roiiHiiu  i-s ilu1) poleiillal lemplidiin ior  ��� ilruK-UHiiig   einployeeti   io  null  luoprlolaiy     Inforiuullon     lo  i,iIho money'hiriuiylng ihunn,  Ma'ny nunpiinhm miiiimarlly  icjeel    appliciilllH    who    have  . Inmii ondriigH, ThlH.i*o!U*y ,i��  eimior In utifiiri'ii thin year l>��-  iiiUHo eompanlim have no few  liiisltloitH to  fill.  Baking leaves  as pay dirt  THE Oziil'k   lawn  of  NihiiiIiu,  'Mn;' (pop,. 7fi(|0), >h��Ih an nx*t  "impln in boilinon-polliiilonol" -  .iir   mid  I'li'iimi'vnlinii   dl'   Un*  liiilli'fi   I'Ni ,iintl,"   Every   lull  hiiien IIHM, I'dtildonlH huvo Iii'iin  i.ildnu lli'iilr Ituiven ll> Ilia imiii,  wliern lluty Hi" iiu'lfd Into l>  illy Iria'l* b,Y " Hlaill viii'iuiill, ,  ,mi|   eiyi'liMl' lo   a   liiuiili'liinl  ninipoHf lum,), The city mlxon  in butny.ard niiinuin, dlil, llmo   ���i���| ,)|)unp|iiiUi, Cunt per rusi"  .li.ni; lo'tfu than 'iO'eoiHi* a yi'nr,-  In rt|)l(ll|(, elllzniiH liolp  !ll<>HI-  i,i,Ivan in lb" natural fmrillzar   .  In,, una In I'lnwor boxes, j(iu>  ilium aiMl, liiwim.  NcohIki  lum, not  only  nil-  11111 Ml IcM 1 lillKUJ- C>f"ll blK'lllilg  li'iiVeiil' Jl- IJl'UWii iiii IIMH'll  neciiii'iy and (InweiJun j��bmln  ,: :< '"ii J: i.'1;;,v;;ir7:;r"'i,ii.r*n,fhwr-"'  iTitii/'irfti K>iViw11 ii,r"Tlitf ir/i,w���*"  ii llrix f:",V." Ami Um Idea In  i.ikinii Choi, in.uihur anniuunl-  UllH,'  Trrtnl i��wihh"���� ����f Iho miluny ,  ���l   UiJlltfli  Caluinlili* in IMA  were $U>'tt<lIIK< Mora, ihan  linll' of llm ravenuo (.mi7,IIO)  niino /l'"lh ���'Unbiin dulhm,  Newt b��'��t MMi'o of hilldn wan  ,���.,<! lol lu- ^-JtMIDd,  115' EXTENSION  /CORD       |  *yr��tli��rpin<|f/,f<)r linn*, |n-  i��l<>ftr oi oiitilbiir I|kM��i  for luin'firn, nininiltit**, honm or col-  ����(}�� nsn, Hflii sonloil bufim )in*iil,>  cmnploto witli 6 V |>��*U��iy,     ,  ^|^g^��^.|H^gj||j|8:  ajKigg&s'gsi^.s  rnxmrn  ���^���  OVER 300 f��T0RE^  Rfnvirm i  WESTERN CANADA"  *<l  ftftj  RIM.  U I,  I'LI'Mj  SSSS^SS��SSSSS!SS3^SSSS  BR  LL^LT  TRAIL'BAY HARDWARE LTO.  MK^fcWiifcrti^WttsWws  Zi*.  Phono 005-9020  n  ���   X\~*     *.tt0*. *  , ����� ��     rt   r*    , -   Ji   i*  V \c  AH',. .  'V  1 --��i    *���  *   * *  **.'   t   i* �� The Peninsula TitaSB *?$%* ��,s  *   Wednesday, November 25, \W\  i  m  t  'A  ,'V  r  ���by MaryYT|!lMev  XW OFFICIAL npernng of the extension  "of the ^Welcome Beach Hall viirtW  ! * place up Saturday, November 27th at. 2  n,m. When flop. W'B) Pawsnp Will declare the hall up^n. AH r^Ktentsj q| th"3  aiefi are invitpd to bp present.  FJLIY! SHOWS  Las} week's film shpw nn Now ��ea  land continued the "Pacific Riyn'' seri^  wi'h one of the tmqfet prcigran^nies yet  This evceptionally interesting set  was shown by ppprtesy of the  (  *"t-S-  *Hr'  tit T        . ���> i    ����� _ Y        t   4  J  l    /     ���" r.1  ,         ^ ., ,  .*;V\   / ;������   ���"    ^  *. > *    , "..^Av, 7 ,'  New Zea- ? :*'V*V, f * 7^ v, #. 7' { X/ifrjiA V"' $W\ '-'PM^Y'  land Trad? Commissioner. The l\\m ij- ' I ;*. ,�� .;���*'"'' : V *&* \ \j ////XXi V -AM V^Wl *  iuKtJ'ateO-^lancUoC^pecial-beaut^-Jvith I ��� >    '*>.    J   A*.       fi.,. .��� i  }\   JV /./FNft   W   ( U/ f "*I*ll,\  its snow capped mountain"; ^nd jewel*  of. blue lakes nestling between them, il  b a land ot vast variety, with its gpysers  hot .spring1, and bores poising fmfh ti)'1  boiling toiment fropi miles be(pw the  earth's. ciuM. It is a land of interesting  cave formations. The Waiturnp Pftves, foi  instance, with their cathedral-like appearance and Ihen perfect armtstie-fpiajity  marie a most impiessive setting foi' a Mao-  11 choir  * ���  "Destination South Pacific" took |ht  viewers on a QuanlasJhght to Fiji, New  Zealand, Australia, with visits to Sidney,  Melbquine and Tasmania  One o( the ii^ost populai films featured  the hiKiuy hner Canberra, an 818 it  floating city cairying ovet 2,00(1 passengers oiv a trip to Honolulu, Sidney  (Au  '(��Z. >-,>:���*: A^- ������ IA   V. ��� 'if .-V^-/��T^ ''* -* ^ \ :  -r^*S',��'^- <-;7' ':-,;/ ''fj7 ���*���- ; i"   ' ^-K-'Jfer. .��� " t^-^^^>^  ".I  r*~ *��-  1  J    J  1    *��- I  l-v  Pender Hi-lites  >( Hotsptirs  lender Ilarbom*   is rfJprpsented in    **���  three Juvenile Spacer Divisions tWs  ta i  ���by Cindy Harris    season Coached by Ml'. Rdtnfofd, Di-  HINP.O was held at the Pender H*rb��.u.     V'SJOn   7   Pend"er " IIarbqWV   Il0%lir  infifs  F<: :  -rlny Bavid Hyatt  Over  Artxious J'������ ������'���  foaclies "ahel parents "play as hard as    pletely- forgotten.- Last   Saturday  the hoys in Saturday Mt;avi*n team"    Pintos scai'.ed.a hard won 24 win over  soccer games at 2 p.m. in. Gibsons    the *VUi��tiang.'5 when the overanxious  IiJlementavy School grounds,  fames' l MtlStailfs   scored  one   goal   agStinst    day/&cember 2nd apd will"offer a prpr         Hariminton��� -On Tl*pi***5dw;flT0Teiiilier  aie "rejai' enlertalnnrient as once in a   themseives: " " "   .'-.>--���...,���.... ,-������..���. n 4      ,  while the rules of the game are conv  Soiondary   Sciooi   Gym  on   Fwday, playeis are from leit back rpvy: Glen   -^^7  btralla) and'New ZeaFand''New'2ealaTi'(t    N��.\ ember 19   Proceeds went to the Stu- Ulgguib,   E��|li ^ntlllft,   MlkeWard,        *   '  was shown as a  land of exquisite rase*    l,e,*,'�� ..Cou'^,1.l   _                 .    _     e . Pete Dubois, Man StlgUtz, Rae Il^r-     ON   pr5TnAY , November   lath    we   are  for the people are enthusiast^ rose grow          Volley   Ball   Tournament-On   Satur- - ~ -           Crmhv   Wvoni- Steven    Q"   F^DiVY'   NoVe^ber   ^ b    wp   ar.e  ers, and have numerous .ose societies, and    ^ November 20, l,ve senioi guls tiave|- l^s a"^B i; lf l\ ^^_ &IJv*ft      ,   having .several ^anies with Langclale.,  perfect'conditions  tor   rose  giowing   It    ll(t !l> Vancouyei   to wat_eh some ol  the i ail 11,  grille  Pl'ltZ,  Uanny luettung,     yf\\&\ tJ^e*v visjt us,1; we wiii��� he playing  was alt.o .showa as a i>port  with its southern Alps offering some _..  Uie world's finest, ski slopes, fishing foi    t     ^tuve   Day���Slave  Day  wafe  held   ori _               __  big  fish   like  the  fighting "martins,  ftrid 'Vriday. November 19, ajl; S|aybs brought [llVPTIlllp  a land over-run with all kinds of deer.    ;i   good   price,   proceeds  of   Uiis?   aiinuaj U I*"��� W:l***v  The next fijm show will be on Tlnrrs=- ''^"i fi" U) **��"��� Sludepis Cou^pil.  rose giowuig   It    ll(t !o Vancouvei  to watch some oi the    Paull, Erine Pritz, Danny Fielding,    \yhen tl|e*v visjt us}; we wiH, he playi  Msman'b paradise    I'uniiuial  Voilley   Ball Tournament   pei-    Ti'py ScoTllar and Mil^ Higgins.     ' with the .bpys"and girls' soccer teams,  offering "some of    l'"i"inwl  at   Tempeltpn  Secondary  School. r--���^. ���������.: ������. -: :;"'" ������.i...:.-...i.*-ij?. ' JJ-J   .   '-";���; AS t   >  m  ?- iMost Qf tlie tildes, have started "Worfc:  ��� i||g%�� *spj(igs a'n'c| plays; \ye are" planning  fp:h$yh a'.^ipi^lEfi^.iQncert-before. school  ^l^-fto'Sfeistrn^s' lirolidays.-��� '  "7i^e hay^i^iP^w'.feapher -. Mr. IJuipipr^  "^^:,is:takpi^ flire-grade-3-an4 4.ropm.   *'  SPh'o6i has' been making many da  's ���  .    *���!   ^HWff     ��� i'* W*-.*M   ���"���������   ^i��Hn     M^.fi ^WTI"'  "      ���  I       *        j .  r\  r  ��� f J'v"^ :>v  gramme on qerpiany by courtesy of the -"i.  "l"'   Badminton  CJt|b  will  travel   to ~ "  ~  Oerman   Consirlate ' Powell  River to play  a series  of games . JUST Iwo  more  weekend  socpei^gw  'ufiTn��Mi��M ..^oo.i Ui;ooks Secondary Schoal. tiring tlte;:season  to   the  end  of  the     W{1,^ i:or t\^ jP^herman's Homecom  .WATER PROBLEMS .      Iiasket   Ball  Tournamenl-Our  Seninr hrsl Mt which has seen more boys than\. fiiw^  Work on the road, at Troi.it Lake has (;i,|.s 'art. expected  to play in a  Basket BvP!" parlicipatmg  in  the  game.  Games     f-%r'JJ ���.c.^^AJ. ��  ,,T :.  on several  occasions cut   the  water  line |4u-||   p,)Lunanu:nl  at l'emberton   On Dae- sf,bw'uled for Sunday, November 28t|i are  to: the ;-Redroofs  waterworks   system:   it ,.'niiu��ir".'i""':""''"       ''"'"'"""    ^- -''���.--'.  has. been fortunale that Boh Cunningham, Provincials-Onr    Junior    girls  have  in charge of maintaining the water line, |���.tJ|l Klllei.6f, in 1|lL. undei-sixteen Volley 'ws v Teemen, Langdale, Hotspurs v Norn  -has-cWvered1  the  damage on .. each oc- ,,.,��� i^vj,,,,...,^ v,}hjcll are l0 be playe^ ads, Madeira Park. Warriors v Chessmen  -i^ffQllse "��landijig$: House III is m the  as  follows- ���������-,,.~~..--....,,-,---^^ by House II with  '  DIV: -T-e-ame-lime 1 p.m. Douglas Fly-    H liot.se ff with J7 and House I with 13/  m Vancouver, sometime in early Dec.  V'A^A'jy  r>'-~&  "   H&-.  Hackett Park.  DIV. 5 and fi. Roberts Creek v Co-op  casion before the reserve tanks were exhausted. Users on the -'system^ are asked  to avoid wasting water at the present lime  Snr^n,"e!S!^,ld^i ,0/~kee.B'"'a   few     1^^-ttfci-Sei-^l^y Jn  Thursday,: Novenv.   Vikings   v   rtoughriders,   Gibsons   I   pm  gallons  on  reserve against   emergencies,      --       -..*���.������������ Jv. ->���    ��.-,..,..,_. ,-,.....__    ^,-,    o   .  because the present conditions are likejy  \o con'tiniie for some time.  Old    Timers   Game ��� Another     Old  iniers  Basketball   game  vfos  played  at     Cougars,   2   p.m.   Roberfs   Crpek.   Kep'^  ci   111, Mom-Bid Timers showed.up this     Caledonians   y   JSraves,   Gibsqns   2  p.m.  week, but were again beaten by tlie Sen- DIV. 4. Game time 2 p.m. Timbermen  mr  Roys. v  Totems,  Hackett  Park.  Super Valu  v  JN HOSPITAL Honour   Roll���Congratulations   to   this     Roalcogor,  Gibsons.  Mrs. Peggy. Connor was in"St. Mary's    lei-m's  Honour  Holl  Students:-  Hflspital   last  week  undergoing  surgery.       :  Grade 8: .Susan Itae, Marjory MacKay,  " ajim . Catneroii,  Suzanne  Gira.rd  ^nd  Sue  - ���  �� McCiiniile.  srs win cIosg ono    Cin"i<!!,: Mary camer��ni ���Eva p��h����i*.  ppgMMgqiMpaii  Patrick's  Donalila  llyult  and Judy Tail  Grinle   11): .Audrey, -"."resceslty.  WEEKE^?D RESULTS  House  League���-fiatps  2 Mustangs  I.  13IV.  7.  ehe'ssmefi- 2 Teemen   5.  Ken  Mac  9 Nomads. 1   Waruors  "1  Flyers  0.  DIV. S" and !6   Cnu'gais :i  Vikings 0.  Caledonians 4  Robei li,  Crpek  4.  Rough-  IN A close contest,  the senior boys of  Rlpbipstone High School defeated-the     tliis plaque is posted in a romantic spot  seniors of St. Valrick's by a score of 73 to     by a waterfall: l'The managemeiiti's not  responsible for proposals made here.'  ...Grade 12-"Billy.Rcid and Ramly Tait.    ?^J J^^vfs 4 ���-^..-,  , ,.; ���, ...  ���,.,_.,������.   :. ., DIV..-l,.;.TQtp.fr|"i 7'Bptilcopnr 1. Supor  At a summer.resort Mn the Catskilis,     Vjl]l' ^ Timbermen 2.  i ��f  Blake C, Alderson D.C.  CHIROPRACTOIt  Foil Offlco Building Sechell  Phono 885-2333  Ho.. 006-2321  Tue��dny fp Friday 10)30 n,m, to 5i30 p.mi  SolMrduy 9:30 a.m. to 1100 p.m.     ,  EVENINGS UY /M'POINTMfiNT  The game, which-was-tied at nine different points during the first three quar-  Iprs -of play h'rpk'e wifje open whop Hie  I'flphinslnnc (cam exploder! for ar> pui uiu  in iha last eight,minutes of ,i|,o game.  'Tlii's Cougars were led to victory by  plfiyors, , Wayne S'miUi, lirad Norris' and'  All Dew, whn .swed-dia'20 and 10 noint,s  rPHpfiiilively,   '   ' ' .  . Tho, electrifying puma, 'which' had .all  hpiielnlors nu llin, edge of thoir sei,^, was  ��� Ihu   lirsl   I'nr  llm  Cougars  ngainsl, high.  ' ���HPhnnl'mwpiSIIMhri. Tho IiiiuWh ciin.'h, Mr.  . i   t- i i    i< i    i <i  .     ii     , i Larry .tirilnt, could .-he well  coniinciided  lini^hl n| IphI rJnl-Hi'fluy'p ,t{Mmp Whon    for |)m go��,i| slii.w or Ihla u'imu  IVIiisliinfts \y��ro (Inlej-Hiinod In nv'un       'Tho-Cuupn'rn wiji play ihdr next game  Ihu 2-1 (���cioro/.Thoi'o 'nro now thrno  jmnlml Vohhoy Jlnrboiir ihis I'Vjdny, Nnr"  InniiiK in llm juiilni"lwf{u��vfli)cl tho    SV'^.i,",1  P0|,,|,!r' ���V"I W',1,||I '"?  .,        ,,      *.    i    i y-, i- "      i . Wt!" 'if vIhpiJ to enmn and   aka   n .some  nll-WOIJliior fiold nt r,i|)Boni* iKprnv-    nf llinrtxclllnHiui.) Inst muving iicil'mH.a  ���'* 'Ihk ItHworth duringililH"\volW����lhpr.    ��"tiy well piaynd liamciitimii (>imi iiinviili!,   1 . ._ ,..__ -.^. , ._ ' .' ' ,'��� ���-- _^  -Joseph Nepdham was the second Chief  Justice of Vancouver Island.  DON'T KNOW  WHAT TO  BUY-HIM  FOR  CHRISTMAS?  Come in and check  our specials���Could  be Christmas  shopping savings.  - -i   i f  UmC  or* jSibsons Wharf  Phone  886-9303  -  Gibsons,  B.C.  * 1 * 10 *li'    ^   i'  .        rr,    **   I   9  Ji^'^V'Mt:^'  1 .:7lt   rvw>,i'i   7  i    t  'Juniors"" '   A '  Pinto 'plriyflr'-'wInHif* inlo linll (Ini'ihR  Le most wei  in  !  Friend* (ire fewer,,-, Uio dnyi  mo |oiiu nml oflun lively,,,  fjO Kinull uvcnm iiiko un jjicut  [it,^,, liinlficiJiiorifllilslii* ",, ,',*'"  litKi     I'K'MM'0 ��' eonicoiio yoii lovo,  Sw. ' 8��i��":t)nt5 'w'w It ��mi ot rcikh  \  for rcguiw vlsli? M ��� "I've |ior  KX     ��ci��ll,  ,  Wliciulio lelcpliona dna*  Dlio'l! know ��oii|flgiitt ccto.,  MM  Mn fl pui ml tiny ilmi> Surnl^ v/r)fm  lli'iit /i��ffH mi'iiw* i0i*t in* I'Wtir  ytJii,-m i alt -tlttntii niin*hft0 in  l)tmlii! ii,ii(iiinitii,i(hiti./iii im mart  ihiiii il, nkr I itilmilti, llm* rlmh  fvii*ititii.li��T/ f^rilftiillt,      ' i  ItH-fittiitli  ���Upturn lj��t��q  I*  *0&*,0.0*0.0*to.m.m.^&0. ****0* 0.0*0*. 0*L0\*,0^mu^*0  ��� MSAAAAA*'  .   ..     r  !  if  A\  i\\  A  J  \  *%  ��� >:���  if :  i'l  1-  i t  \ *0j0mJ*.00* m0itf00**.  rf f    ����n Jff      - \  By Helen Dawe ., ;    *. "J:' " ,''  ('.. . --���������������- ���-������l -         ���     ���" '��� ������ i- ��� ���'  .:':Serasb"c merchants retire  years ol service  AFJEER twenty-five, years of very active  service tp_,the community Jack Redr  man and his wife Lee retired from.busi^-  ness on Saturday November 13th.! -  In 1946 Cowrie Street was a'dirt road  ., with only one shop, Uie Sechelt Service    for fresh bread, etc,  Tuesday, Thuisdays "and Saturdays, Mr.  Redman remembers waiting many weary  hours for the boats to_be uploaded so  that he could truck supplies back to the  shop where his customers were waiting  Store,, located in- the building now occupied' by the Chain Saw Centre,, On.,  November 1st of that year Mr, Hedman  and Ids uncle, Mr. Stuart Kiltie]*!, took;  over the store from Joe Spangler ' and  soon the men became so busy that Lee  Redman and JSJellie Kijliclc worked to  help them. They carried on a general  business, selling not only grbcerles and  meat, but also clothing***-and hardware  supli as axes anci hot air stoves. Later as  specialty shops opened in Sechelt the  Service {.tore phased out the overlapping  stocks and concentrated on food lines.  Putting up a customer's order back in  1946 was very different from today's routines, Ration cards introduced during the  war were, still required for the purchase  of such items as suga*r, tea, meat, butter  and jello. There was no -sell-service at  first and-eaqh customer's requirements  were written down in detail' fejefor^.the  desired articles �� were assembled by the  clerk._ Freight for the store arrived via  the JUnion" Steamship boats which sailed  from Vancouver three times a week, on  mi  of the  SUNSHINE  COAST  REGIONAL DISTRICT  . RATEPAYERS'  ASSOCIATION  DECEMBER 1  7*30 p.m.  WILSON CREEK  COMMUNITY HALL  'mmr*0>m0,*r**..����m0rmmmm**immmmmmmmmmmmmLmm0u0mmMmm  The store provided service seven days  a -week because logging camp oi ders were  often received by radio telephone -and  shipped on Sundays when the men returned to camp,-Also on Sundays Mr. and  Mrs. Redman opened the store from one  to three o'clock to accommodate the children from the Residential School who  came to buy their treats for the week,   JVJr, Killick, a First World War veteran,  -retired about 1948 and Mr. Redman took  over single ownership under the name  Sechelt Service Store Ltd. The business  progressed well, serving an area from  West Sechelt to Roberts Creek and pri-  viding" free delivery therein, A decision  was made to set up self service, so counters were cut out, buggies acquired, and a  check-out installed, ���    .  ��� f To further reduce the congestion at  the Sechelt location Mr.. Redman���took  pver the Selma Park Store which had  been operated bytMr. and "Vfrs. H. Hubbs  until about 'I960. New fixtures and refrigeration  were installed and  the  pre-  ��� ipises. "were stocked with meat, etc. from  the- Sechelt store. Lee Redman ran the  cash register an check out while Dorothy  Hubbs rap the-Post Office and helped  in tlie store. The response was good and  a fairly  large  business developed.   Ken  ''Woo'ar bought out the Selma *Park_st,pre  after the Sechelt operation moved to more  spacious quarters, "in 1963.  It was on November 20th of that year  that the Redman family opened for business on tlie ground floor of the new  Lang Block, built on Cowrie Street by  Ben Lang. Before the week was over news  of the assassination of President John F.  Kennedy on November 22, 1963, shocked  the world,"j--"^���**-*     ~~-  The name of the business was altered  ed with the Redmans over the past quarter century on the Peninsula that it would  be unfair to attempt'- to, list them, 0|d  customers join in wishing Lee and Jack  much happiness in their retirement.  Jack Redman was born in the South  of England but attended school in P.C,"  He was active in field and track events  apd won the High Schools high "jump  medal for John Oliver, setting a junior  record of 5 ft. 2 inches, He was also a  top soccer player in the 1920's, -playing  for South Hill, Cougar Rangers', Junior  Lions, and FVMPA.  Starting in 1916 he camped with hl,s  parents and four brothers at Sechelt, The  family returned here every summer and  eventually Mr, Ernest E Redman, Jack's  father, built a retirement home in West  Sechelt on land pm chased from Mrs.  Helen Thompson, He also built twenty-!  two other houses in Sechelt and West  Sechelt, including the home of Mis, Alice  French, Jack's mother initiated the building of the original St. Hilda's' Church-  hall and her husband did much of the  carpentry involved. --,������  Jack worked for B&K Economy Stores  for nine yeais and for W. H. Malkin lor  twelve yeais, leaving the latter company  to move to Sechelt in 1946. He was a  member ot Sechelt's original fire bfigade,  which operated out of an old shack near  the taxi office, and ��� lalso a member of the  Board of Trade, Chamber of Commerce,  and the Sunshine Coast "Golf and Country Club, Mr, Redman's response to com?  munity needs has always been warm,  quick, personal ahd generous. .  . Jack married the former Lee Clampitt,  a native Vahcouverite, in 1937, Leejvas  an accomplished athlete, actlw~Tn~ track  and field, fond of tennis, and an all-  round swimmeri She was twice B.C. cham-  plPh breast-stroke swimmer, winning her  title at the Crystal Pool in Victoria, She  also won the Pacific Northwest breast-  stroke championship at the Washington  Athletic Club in Seattle. While living on  the Peninsula Lee has been president of  the Ladies League in bowling, Past Ladies  Captain of the Sunshine Coast Golf and  Country Club, and first winner of the  Senior Ladies trophy in golf in 1970.  Lee is community minded and this  coupled with her manifest ability as an  "organizer has enabled her to serve ef-  fectiveJjrin-the following capacities: Pres-  out of the merchant marine about"��� 19597  Later he served for three years with the  Royal Canadian Navy and again, returned  to Sechelt. He has had experience in all  three of the family stores,.knows every  side road for miles around, and his courteous, friendly assistance is appreciated  especially by the niany retired people in  the community. Bruce will continue to  look after old customers and welcome new  ones at the Sechelt Super Market, a member of the Kelly Douglas chain.  Jack and Lee plan to play gbll, putter  in tlie garden of their Selma Park home,  and enjoy -life in.,a more leisurely but  still useful fashion. May we wish t*he~  best of healtll and prosperity to the three  generations of the Redman family.  First on Cowrie  On left arid partly hidden by trees is  the.-.-finst- store on Cowrie Street.  Known at that time as the Sechelt  Service store, it was taken, over in  1946 by Mr. and Mrs. Jack-Redman  together with Jack's uncle Mr, Stuart  Killicks. It was operated by Redman's until 1963 when they moved  to newer and larger premises'in the  Lang block, today tlie old building  is known as ihe Chain Saw centre,  Building on the left was the original  Shell gas station.  Pago B-6     ,,    The Peninsula Tiroes  Wednesday, November 25, 1971  .     ,      _    .    -,     .. ^ '  Dental Topics  A TORTILLA A DAY KEEPS  THE DENTIST AWAY  Diets high in calcium and phosphorus  appear to neutralize decay-causing bacteria, which make "their home in tartar  deposits on teeth.  A   nutritional  and  dental  survey  of  two * Guatemalan   Villages   recently   has  shown that less tooth decay occurs when  'j&V^pr^a    the tartar is mineralized by the calcium  Kt?iWz%$**'   ��nd Phosphorus the body_extraets fiom  food,  The study of I'M primary school*childien was taken to Und a link between lhe  large number oi calcified deposits on  teeth. and the scaicity of tooth decay  found in both ancient Mexican skulls and  in some modern Indians,  The diets of each village contained  about the same amount ol sugar and both  were deficient in milk and milk products,  One village lived chiefly on native Indian toods, especially niaize m the fomi  of loi alias. The torUUas are rich in calcium and phosphorus,  The other village lived mainly op a  westernized diet, eating much more-Wheat  bread whiclv is'low in ealcipm and'phosphorus.     ������:(���   ^-Canadian Dental Assn.  Point Elliee Bridge at yicto'ria* collapsed.on May 26, 1896 under the weight  of-a crowded street car, lulling 55 persons.        >  *m00000M0000000��0M000Mgjf00000000000*000000/,  - .-���'.-�����  .-'[  I  to Redman's Red & White Market. The *   'dent of V.O.N, in Selma Park, first pres-  supplier was changed to Kelly Douglas  from Malkin. .The staff increased from  two men in 194(J to five, and then to from  ten to twelve eriiployees m the iiew  building. Many local studuents who ap^  plied to Mr. Redman for after-school or  summer work remember with appreciation the training they received from him.  So numerous are the people who work-  ident of the DePehcier Circle at St. Hilda's  ���Church, president of the P.T.A., active in  Seciielt May-Day celebrations for fifteen  "'years,' president of"the''"Seciielt"''Auxfiiary  to St. Mary's Hospital for two years, and  many times eonyenor of the Auxiliary's  June luncheons and winter smorgasbords.  Lee's and Jade's son, Bruce, went into  business with his parents after he. came  i���wwwwiipi  THE  ��d3riftwoocl l^iai  PRESENT  8:00 p.m.  THE WALTZ OF THE TOREADORS  A1 three act play by: Jean Anouith  NOVEMBER 25*26-27 and DECEMBER 3-4  .GIBSONS UNITED CHURCH HALL  Donation $1.25  NOT SUITABLE FOR CHILDREN  0000^*m0H00mm*mmmmm0mmmmmm0u*0um*mmm*m*000*00m*0m0K00mm  TOTEM CLUB  INDIAN HALL s  Jackpot $300  $75 TO GO  & DOOR PRIZE *  w*".-1"****��*\  ��� SSS-9823 BaUory ' "   005.9312 J��3opfDa  Wo RoiorvrThrRlfllifTo Limit QuontlUoi  7Z7jyj7J7J7y7��/j7/7nn/7n/jn/7nnnunnn/jnnD/7nnnnnJni  V  *#��  r *  + *��� *' 4* ���* ���*  ** ** *��� *" ��* + *�� '  >*i* ***> it* j* j00 0*\4* 09*^*^0^,  *^*  .*.*.<��.��   M    j��     4     %     \,0    +     A  * |       I      I      P      ��  '    f.     0     \       I      ���,  ���rA-m+t^ ^t,*^mf.*,^,^iJ^^  * *���'*���.     0-


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