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 Mayor protests * * .  West Canadian Urap.hic  Ii04 West fc-tti Ave", ,  Vancouver^ 10, B'.  * nd-ustries  Service  {���fit  RealsfrotlonNP, 1,142  4m ClppMqll .  '4  ��  .**  MAYOR'Wally .Peterson spoke up at last  meeting qf the  Sunshine  Coast Ro- "  gional' Board regarding a number of misleading and inaccurate .comments against,1  GouuciLof-Gibsons and its part in thfe''  proposed bypass for the village.,  From "a prepared statement, he told  the  Board:  "There is very little that t have, to ,  say about ie-location ot the highway except to point out a lew facts as f see  them. I am not" a highway loctftion engineer, neither am I a prolessional planner, and therefore am not setting myself  up as such.  "At no time has vilJace council attempted to tell the Highways Department  where to locate the proposed highway,  >u  CHRISTMAS SEALS  Sunshine Coast Lions club is again  conductingTlhe Annual Chris.tmas Seal  ^campaign- on behalf of the Canadian Arthritis and .Rheumatism Society. Chairman of the drive is Lion Keith-Duffy  who seeks your full support. AU proceeds will be turned over tlie CARS organization, :  CULTURAL  GRANT  -Sunshine Coast Arts Council has been  awarded a $950 grant under the Cultural  Fund program. Chairman of the Advisory  Committee informed Arts Council chairman Mrs. D. Docker that it is not for the  amount requested but her organization  will, in effect, liave to cut back its own  giants to organizations.  MLA THANKED  Council of Sechelt at last weelt's meet-  ^'''"mWelcr'-an expression  of  thanks  to  Hon.   Isabel Dawsonv for  her  assistance  in meetings between members of council  and various ministers'the previous week,  in  Victoria.  GREETINGS  Pender Harbour Auxiliary to St,  Mary's Hospital '.reminds all wishing lo  huve their greetings printed in lieu of  Christmas cards, " to please send their  donations before December 15th to: Mrs.  J.   Patersori  RR   J,  Madeira Park,  B.C.  BASKETBALL  Elphinstone basketball, teams, host  Pemberton in three exciting games commencing at (i p.m. Friday, December 10th  at Elphinstone*  ���**-,  We d|d ask for plans of Uie proposed location an order that we might formulate  our "own planning, I might add that council ' leels} it received full co-operation  from that department.  ��� , JjThe local engineer together with tho  "then"' 'regional "planner, Mr, Jawanda,  did consider four routes, finally recommending a iou-te cutting through ���the,  north-west corner of our village. This was  due to grade, cost, travel time and general bouetit to tlie village as a whole,  ''All this Iniormation has been available in the Vancouver Dept, Highways  office for the pasl year to any interested  or concerned, bodies wlio might care to  ask. Tins has never been kept a secret  and_I do not understand why the Regional  Board planner, if concerned, did not contact the department long ago.  "About two months ago the village  planner, Mr, Buchan spent two hours  with tlie Board planner, Mr. Cuylits and  went over the overall plan with him as  they would be working together on tf.  Mr. Cuylits told me at tliat time that  he considered the pioposal quite favour-*  ably. The next thing I learn Mr. Cuylits,  seemingly, was directed to oppose the  plan at our meeting with the Dept, Highways and Hon. Isabel Dawson, This was  not done at the direction of the Board  and, certainly, with no knowledge of the  Board' as a wliole.  "Now, it. appears, Mr. Cuylits has set  , himself up as a Jiighways location engineer and is "challenging his planning experience against our professional' planning, engineers, the former planner from  Victoria-and' planning departments of  the Highways Dept,  "Considering all'these facts, the only  conchision I can come to at this stage is  that'if all unnecessary snowballing continues! the. net result will be the highway remaining in its present location,  past our Schools and around our sharp  curves. With the, t.raffic increasing at its  piesent rate it is but a matter of time  'before someone's "child ,; gets killed nr  crippled. It could be yours or mine; is  .that what you want?"  Little or no comment followed Mayor  Peterson's remarks but it was gathered  from Director Frank West that apart from  opposing the proposed cut-off route, he  also objects to the lopg awaited improvements to the highway between Seciielt  and Pender Harbour." West, it seems,  thinlcs the Board should not accept the  reconstruction already under way in the  Trout Lake area. This, lie feels.^ should  have been taken' back-*-further fiom the  lake. * ' '  It is noted tliat Municipal Affairs Minister, Dan Campbell, has pointed out, quite  specifically "activities, such as policing,  welfare and highway^congtruction are the  responsibility of the province," yy.:  Serving the Sunshine Coast, (Howo;Saundto Jervis Inlei), including Port Mellon, Hopkins Lgiiding, Gronthams Landing, Gibsons, Roberts Creek'  Wilson Ci-eek, Selma* Pork, SecHeU,.F|alfmo6n Boy, Secret Cov,ef Render Harbour, Madeira Park/ Klelndale, Irvine's landing, Earl Coye, Egmont  .,mi,m,.m0*;,,t,m    ,m0i ������>���������p. ���f^prtiw, m*.*..*m um , nf-m.f<��� frM*9*l,.*t-t **)*��� ' ��� I 'in     I"'"1' '���������!- '        ���    ���    ���        , .,. ,..irf^���|.wl w     ������������,.  . *, .     �����..���. ,������, *. ,��� ��� )l? ,    Wi||��� *,���   ���. ,���.��,,���,., ,, ��� .,,   ,M, ,.IW^���,,W,     ., ���    ��� ..,,- i i^.w ��� rop M���p.n-,i��|  URGESf CIRCULATION OF ANY-PAPER ON THE SOUTHERN SUNSHINE COAST,:     Volume 9, No. 2 - WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 8, 1971  This Issue 14 Pgges  Up tor study  Department of Highways  considers Sechelt bypass  rzrrv,  artaniperi  your can  mates  MOST of the usual Interest has gone out  from .the  annual  municipal   elections  wllh   nlmonl   all   candidates   either   relumed or eluded hy acclamation. All Ihul  ' remains is a two wuy fight in. Gibsons  I'or scut of Muyur und two contests for  Nloclorul Area seats on tho Hegional  Hoard.       ��� '  All Encumbent eni)pdldnletf on the  School Board weru roturnOd unopposed,  One seat on Hegional Board, Selma Pnrk-  'WilsOn Crook, rdirtuliis occupied hy encumbent Bert' Slade, unopposed, Sout I'or  Area A Ponder llurl)i)iir-li"gmont occupied  by .lames Tyner Is bcilng strongly con-  led led by long time resident and boat  builder, I'Vod Crosby, Area 1*1, Ciownr  Pohit-dlhwiild lloluhlN, pi'osenlly occupied  by .Kruiilt West, is contented by lung time  resident   and " community'   worker  Jim  ,  Cramer,  , Men Lung irtilgni'd Iiiu soul um Aldor-  iniiii mid MUiglil oj'licii us Muyur, llo was  Hurled by u'cclnmullon its were onrunili-  ,   cul   Humid, NJiTmm,   llnruol  Clordon  am  ay  tlie  onol year'  r  ,>4.  'Nona  Watson  who  fills  balance left by Ben Lang.  Three scats were up for bid on Coun-  ..rlj'of Gibsons, Two were taken, by Win-,  Voif* ltob'ins'on Iind Ted Hume, by acclamation,, The  third   remains  vacant  and  will probably be filled by appointment.  Great interest is shown, iri tho two.  soufs on Hegional Board where, until,  how, West has occupied Ills seat by  acclamation. In Ponder Htirbq'ur, Tyner  won considerable support two years ago  when ho was opposed hy a newcomer  to Iho urea.  * ' - '  Break-down of the Pondor Harbour  Area A voters' list royoals |l|ut, of,lllllo  moro liuni 11)00 iiillgibli) Voters, 301) urn  Irom Madeira Park, Oil Garden Bay, 'Ml  Mlddlopolnl. Till Ngmon!, ,'U ovoi' thji  HiuihIiIihj Const, moro Ihun 101) U.S.A.,  11)11 thrciiiKliiiut iirniw beyond' Uio lower  ' miiliiland nnd 1,0*10 on tlio lowiir main-  liuid. Think hui'd nnd vote this Satur-  duy1 II ,uni to ll pm,      , >        '  Guests  Attending 'the opening of the upper  floor of St. Mary's Hospital Sechelt  on Sunday.were from left: Executive  director of the B.C. Hospitals' Association Mr. Duncan Bradford; .president, of BXJIty, JVIr, ArUiur.S. U|ht-  fopt; Revi Canon Alan Greenes wjio  helped, pioneer the introduction Of-  medical care pn the Sunshine Coast;  Hon. IsaBel Dawson; chairman of  tlie. J^  struction CommitteaJVlr, E. W. Booth  and president of St. Mary's Hospital  Board Mr, Don Douglas.  ISeries of mishaps  in wee small hours  CHASING a speeding auto in the early  liours of Sunday November.28th Constable George Humphries of the' Sechelt  RCMP Detachment swerved to avoid an  oncoming* vehicle near Selma Park, struck  the muddy soft shouluder and lost control  of  his p&trol' car which overturned on  the highway. There weie noninjuries,  Later, the same morning at approx^  madely  4JJS1,  a>w>thei7; auto' driven  hy    tr Mr,.A. James has entered into partner*  -,v.;James.rkyi^  Garcreji^Bayk|d<6. There were no injuries^ nierclal niarina is planned to. replace the  but; Wisiiarl Is understood to have been    old wharf, .-.���---���-���-.     i  ,  charged with speeding.  It is pointed out for Uie benefit of  Iconcorned ladies whp Were under tl\e impression that a -poljcc officer'was driving  a cur which droVe into a lake and t lie  news liud been suppressed, No police  officer was involved, However, it is Jearn-  ed that one: person did give the impression 'to a'number of people in .the  Pender Harbour inrea Hint he wns a  member of the Sechelt RCMP detach*  ment, .".���"..'  '���'    Another  driver 'Who' took*' hn   curly  ��� morning sw'ni was Torceneo' .M'oorhouse '  of Powell River, privjng'toward ,the .Kaiirt  CdVo ferry terminal at approximately 4  am Tuesday November 30th' ho told police ho swerved to avoid', a door at Ituhy  lako, lost control and spun into the 110*  of water,  It was so dark that aftor escaping fruiiv  tlio niilo; Mr, Moorhouso was unable to  see in which direct Ion the bunk lay,  Forlunnloly an auto eanio"iiluug " und  ho wns guided by its lights,  DEPARTMENT of Highways is well aw  'are of the fact,?echelt needs an alternate ihrougli road. Alderman Ben*" Lang, *  ri'poi ting on a recent visit to Victoria,-  told Council he had discussed the matter with Hon, W,�� Black and had been  tuld an engineer will be: in the area  shortly to carry out a study of the most  feasible route,  Two possibilities appear to exist thus  far, one closer to the waterfront, the second would be in the area of the power-  Jines through Porpoise Bay;-Aid. Ben  I-.ang said he had considered the water-  fiunt as the most likely but could appreciate the fact that a straighter route  would be along the power lines.  It was pointed out that with-proposed  development of a hotel-motel complex  at some later dale along boulevard, a  highway nearJjy carrying heavy motor  traffic would hardly be acceptable;  Letter from the Department of Municipal Affairs stated that the Sechelt whavf  was gazetted for early removal, The pwn<-  on Cowrie Street,-received a cold reception. Aid, Joe Benner expressed tlie view  -that this would be another "hippy joint".  Mr. Rayner advised Council that he  has on file a request that apy such application foiv bperatiph' b��^ iodd store be"  first turned over to the health inspector  for approval. Therefore, providing the inspector approves  the  building  for such  ���see page A-6  RGMP gives warning  register fire-arms  Mayor Swain asked wliat would be  council's position in regard to,, such a  project, Clerk Ted Rayner explained Unit  tlie lease was' origihaljy for such an operation but it is most, likely any ftu'ther  pluns would -have to' come to council for  approvul.  Aid, Ted Osbornp suggested that as thq,..  lease' lias already been granted Council  Would hardly be involved, Mr. Rayner  explained thut the wharf wns sold some  yours ago to Mr. James but tlva Ipase is  a provincial matter./Ilowover, should any  eliungft lie planned rogwding existing  '.Ipaije, then counqil miglit "well be ap-  pipaclunl.  Mayoi; Swiiln added  that ho undor-  ' stands plans are afoot for a hotel-mqtol  copiplox on the waterfront, This, at this  time, is but a possibility for the fixture,  NATURAL FOOD  ���   ,  Jteguesl,   foi'   a   llcoiico   lu, order , to  uporiito ii nuiiii'iil fiiod store in"'promlskirt"  foi'morly occiiplndliy Jryino'ii clocoratlng,  PERSONS   in   possession    of   restricted  firearms that have not been registered with the RCMP are requested to have  such firearms registered immediately.  Persons ^vho have neglected to register  firearms in the past, if they come forth  and present a. reasonable excuse, will  find that no action will be taken. The  ��� definition of a restricted firearm is as  follows;  Any firearm desiguedj altered or intended to be aimed and fired by tlie  action of one hand; or any firearm capable of firing bullets in nipid succession  during one pressure of/the trigger;.; or  any firearm tliat isjless than *J(J" in length  or that-is designe^lo'be fired, when reduced to loi^th Jesimhan 20" by folding,  telescoping or otherwise, A weapon of  any kind not, being a shotgun or rifle of  a kind comiponly used in Canada for  hunting or .sporting purposes that is  declurpcl liy the Governor in Council to  boa restricted weapon,     * -\  , ^ 1 ;���' ',. '���,' i _; ;  Recreation complex  referendum planned  MEMBERS of the Sunshine Coast 'Recreation ' Centre   Committee- "met >��� last  week with Council of Sechelt ip order  to outline, latest plans for establishment  of a recreational centre %t Roberts Creek,  Plans are reported previously following a  meeting between  the"'Committee,  and  Gibsons    Council.  The  Committee,  however-sought council support for* a' later referendum to be submitted by the\  Regional Board, It was pointed out that  such a Referendum will be held for each  Electoral area as well as in each village,  Should any ���one or more Areas vote  against the project, cost .would have to  be shared by those in faVor, providing the  Board-agrees to proceed with the'1 func-   *  tion, , ' ���      .  Counejl discussed the 'proposals with  the delegation and later agreed to hold  the Referendum at the saipe time as  other Areas.  r* *���  Fine and suspension  on lo, wbfri charge  , ROBERT Steven - Jardine. of Soames  Point, Gibsons, entered' a' ''guilty"'  plea to a charge of operating a log salvage boat during -restricted liours'in. a  closed area of Howe Sound. He appeared'  before Judge Charles Mittelsteadt last  Tuesday *November 30th. He > was fined  $100 and his salvage permit was suspended by the B.C. Forest Service.   .     _^  Appearing in Sechelt Court December  1st, George Pollock of Wegt Sechelt entered a plea of "guilty" to a charge of  impaired driving. He was charged after"  being observed by RCMP to be driving  erratically. He was fined $350 and his  driving licence suspended for 30 days.  Two local men, Gary Barber and  Frederick OJson, entered pleas of "guilty"  to charges of having loaded firearms ip  tlieir truck. They were checked by the  game warden. Each was fined $50.  Driving while his right t*o obtain a  driving licence was suspended brought  Adrian J. Eberle a fine of $50.  . Robert Murphy of the Sechelt area,  changed a previous plea of ''not guilty"  to one of "guilty" when he made his second appearance before the Judge. He had  been charged with hit and run in the  Pender Harbour area, He was "fined $300  and suspended from driving for tliree  years,  Recreation Committee  award $18,720 giant  PAUL S.-Pierre, MP Coast Chilcotin an-  . nounced approval..;-.,' for ; a '���������"grant of  .1110,720 under the local jnitia/tivpa; program to the Sunsliine Cosjst. Recreation'  Committee, The mo.ney is scbedu|ejl for  the proposed, recreational complex at  ..Roberts Creek, total cost of \yhicji is  etitinuited at $400,000,  Regional Board plans on culling the  referendum throughout. the district parly iu th<? now yoar.      .,���.;,.,,    ,.,,���:,\ .,.  Next March  Owner-electors to face  School District money bylaw  Jury rules .  J. ' V  ��v NX ~i '  .*V -:���;; f-.  '^PBtm^J:  ! ii^.^-'^^d^J^-^j  ..   ^--'t-i^Li^ S*\Z  :.     v*   ~   '0   .**^.  ,�� ."<*���?Z5t:*f*l  *, ?V.  *t \ ^ 7v;V'  Potoraon for Mnyor  J''ii(>uml>iMit Mnyor Wally l-olomnn  bullk'H il out IIiIh .Snliinlny In Iiiu hid  I'ur m-Hci'lIon I'or VlllnKU ul' (ill)M(iiiM,  lln hi njipoiiod hy formur nltluiinnn  Ken (ImHlni'il, Mayor l'ulor��oii nnyri  Im li.ia luiij; IdKcii a f.land <i/;nliiht.  liolllim I'1" vlllaiio Inxpiiyoi'H in-  volv��l'l In iniiu'coHnnry nnd foully ov  lii'inllluivft,  llo  fully  HiipporlH  pro-  .'OIIH  O  1  K^"'r'  Si.'  %&&,*���  :>;ri'7^*  1 >V*'  . :S-.   '      Goddard for Mayor  Alilonnmi Kon (Ituldnrd i'ohIkhiuI IiIh  lurni In offlco nflor llmm yonrn In  only r lo 'ion luul. |.lh?pot"lllou ofiyiny-  or for VJIIuk'' <>f <lil��ionit. llo huu  novur como <nil In oppo.sltlon lo Mnyor I'olunion but fooliin ('linn-'y ml**l)l  |io iu!0(l(!il nl, lliln Ilmu1, llo nlmi ox-  >ii>v ���      ..        .        proHHOH the vlowjhat fi'lendly rulu-,.  !'i'i"i"rt"lmi  nol   wlihoul,   "i'uh|i��iihII��1��i    Hoiih wllli lliu HM^Ionnl Hoard uliould,  I'onHldornlion for 1h�� InxpAyor. Ah   1)o AihIoi-cmI, An 17 rculdont of llio  n Ion  man  no In  Im ful  mo ruHldont and I)uhIiiohh-  ii llio roniniunlly, ho rcqulroN  rodiK.'lloi) lo llio oloclorato nnd  y proparod U> utand on lilfi Hood  record of utondy lbudoruhlp.  (ill)HoiiH ai'oa for Homo yoarn, Aid,  (loddard Iiiih uorvod wllli KliiHinon ,  and ("linmbor of (Jommorco,  Mar-  rlod will) a younK fainlly ho oporatoii  nlorou'In l)6lh Ulliaoiis.unci Socholt,,  MINU.TKH -nl'toi' fourlooii your old Ituiidy  Porter told .tho,drlvor ol'.lhv Inuil  In wlil'ih ho wm! 11 pumiongi'i* lhid h�� wnn,  not Hcared, ,'lurwiH killed liislunlly wh"ii'  llio IriicK'I'nlled >ln lnlui 11 curvti uud  eriiNhod,' IhrnWl'ni*'lhu huy lliiuugli llm  windshield.       ,���..,..  Kvldoiicp glvon ul,'tho 1'uniiior'n in��  ��|ii��nli, hold In Boohull, pu 'riuirmlu.v I't'r  yjj,Jfli^ ,.coiubuiVlliHli .l'ovoii|��d�� lhat- di'lvoi'-nl'-lhu ���  ll'iick Mr, Philip Pni'uhoT h|,��d Ikhju drlnM'  hi!*..'! viu'loly (if alcoliollu huviiri'igoii un  Iho iil'lornuoi) of Hundiiy, Hopldiulior hili,  1071, Di'lnlm which ho hud lumii wuh  lh coimuino hy viuiotm whiHwen lni*lud*'d  rum, > nluirry, whliduiy, gin, ' whin mid  hour, 1 Kvldoni'ti 11 Imi i;iivoiilod Ihnl Mr,  Purchiir hmliipeiit Niiliii'diiy nljihl hi iho  Hiiol In, Recholt afler luivlnil cuiimimI ii  dlsiiii'luiDCfl In the Loglni!,     '      ��  PnsHongoiH In tho I'luliloclt li'iicli which  loll Iho, mud In Iho vIchiMy of llrouHu  Itoiul, lliilfi|i()on Ihiy at about, Difil) pin,  Hiinduy, HopUinihui', .ft w<"''1 H'liidy Puiini'  and his I'alhor Mr, Cecil Porter of N<*w  ��� WonlmlnHloi',- '  The Jury tniiU llirnu" c|ihirl��irii of un  hour Id much Uio fnlluwlan vonlli'li  '   "Humliill PiiiUji'ii ilcalli w��h uiinuim;*  ^iUWii,lhu��h|tuy,..flud-lliut. Pliillp-Port'liur  did- imilll/tiinlly' o|iiii'ulo hln' vehicle wllli  alcohol  coimuiiiplloii  uu  the  pi lum '��'<mi��  Irlliullnii    fuotor,  Wo renminimiil  ,1l����t  Philip Piu'chor'u th'ilv<'i''u llcoiii'o ho' nu-  upoiiiU'd-*,  ~ �����'dmnttr ��'l ||je lnqii'r,st wnn Mr, ,lnhn  JJiirv'iiyjinil Jiiryinun wi-roi All' Jlivdi-i*.*ld  fdComiui;  Hill    Mlolmsn; Turner    Jlony,  Noll   Cniuphcll,   Koltlt   Duffy,  and   Mil,  Wiitfion,  CoiiNiahlo  Ki'iul   Hlmn'mm  niiv-!  dtioliHl thu elimination of wllnorumfi.  .EVIPBNCE   ;  lii "riiply to nuonlloim iiBkud ,hy *.i*i  fury, CiiiiHliihlo Uoiiuld Miuiguii mild Ihul,, ���  It  hud  nut  hooii  posslhlo  lo  glvo  Mr.  Porcli'iir Iho broulhiilyy.iiii tost as hu wiih  mil'l'i'ilng liom log Injurios and nlim IiIh  lip und 1'iU'o worn lucnrutod, Mr, Poi'chor  riifuiicd lo allow n hlw'iil muuplo lo lies 1  lulioii,   whon  imhod. by   both  ulUiiulhwl  pliyuloliin Dr. Knnnon und hy CoiihIiiMo  IVIiuiMiiit.' Dol'oiii'O   couiihoI   for  Pnrelior,  Miv,l liirrlniin ...Dulu-, HUbiviUU*d,,tlmi;���iht�����  wim lii'i'iiiino IiIh ollunt hud ht*H.ui iilvon  a iiudnllvti uiul.aWUH upmil,  ,   Ciiiiiilnlilo Miiiihuii mild Unit Um mi-  cldonl iiccui'od In ii -IO ihllo pop hour punt-.  t?d zoiiouind llmin worn no liulonondiiiil  wUiiommi'h,  UIh 1 iji'ipi'lMjiluu  wiiH'-lliid   th"  Iriii'lt which had hum ln\yolllii|�� from  Pmuliir  llurhniil*  In   |;niigilid��,   lulled   to  I11H0 11 Hluirp curve, crossed Inlo lhn nthor  luno, tiviwllcd fiimio eighty roct, part of  thin dliilii|ico In the illtcli hul'oro hlllliiil  l'i hnuldor mul mntUim u IHO (lognio turn,  Both Mr, Pui'lor and hl*i,m>ii worn ihrmvn  throunh tho whidtihlold, (J'ho ilrlvor r��-  muliioil hi tho truck with oxlonslvo lower,  lllJllliilM.  Mr, Purler, fuUior nf tlm dcwtiinodmild  . Unit Piirclmr wim milting cnrimi'M 011 Iho  Jnui'iuiy   fruin 'J'ondor  lliirhuur  hut  ho  jwmiUiuUuo,woiTlud..uiilll.UH-y.jm.it rainy,  coudllhipii when ho milunl lhn drlvor lu  iilow down. Ho I'udld nut nay whether tho  driver wmi Jni|��uir��*d nu "It wuu hard to  lull1 \\MtJi u iiiiui who (loon oxcoimlvu drhik-  hill", lln I'fuild mil imo why Um Inmk did  not iuhUo Iho i'oriM'i' mm J��o mUiUHti'd lh��  iijmm'iI ul |i��iwn��li 'liMft ni.pji, ,��nn wiilnry luhltrnUon board,  Poller mil(Mhu) junt prior lu Iho  QWNl'lt-olocifol's  In   the  SechoJt ,Sohopl   ,  DiKtrict will dofhiitoly lio faced with  a ivmimy by-law next 'JMurch Which will  give llicin direct control over operational  ,cnnl|i of scIuioIh in (IiIh dlnlii|itr, Thin will,  bii tho first opoi'iitlng roforonduni pro-,  soutod to Uio pooplo sjuco now Joglsliitlon  took (i froo I this ,yoiilr,   '  Under this now legislation, Urn" pro-  vlncinl (Jovoriunout' iiIIoWn ouch district  to cxi'Ocd 11 hnslc ediicntlon progrnmmo  hy tun por coiit,' lurgor hoIhkiI'dlnlrlolH'  urn limited to only ttlghl poi'i cont, Any*-  miiuuiit foiiuirod nvor this nUowimco fur  iichool oporuling costs Iiiih to bo approved  by ownor oloctors,  " Alllmugh tho HchodlJiiK nilll r'uto hi  tho Rcuhpll'School District him boon stoud-  lly dncroiiHlng during tho pnnl, four yours,  lhn lu'hunl hourd, dnsplto vullnnt, offurlH,  bus nol yet'hoop uhlo lu oponilo, wilhin  Iho nlliiwiuico dolcrnilnoil by Uiu Dopnrl"  nioiil of I'ldueulloii, Mill rnlo durliiK the  pnsl.fmir youi'H Is uh I'ullows:  IIHIH, nil  ~iiiiiirif*i*H ArMMjim^Mr^^-"'  :i(i,ti!J, jl��7i-��i5i),:i(i,  '��  Thorn  Is 'every  IndlcnUoii  Ihul   Uio,  mill rnlo will  Im  lower ukuIii Iu  11)71!,  hul lnxpiiynrs will mill hu luced wllh n ,  mnimy hy-luw,    "  nK0PONUin��,ITY  In HITA, ft will,ho thiMiwuor nlcclur  wlm will declilii wimthor upiMiilliiK ciimIii ���,  wlUlio iidniiunlo In piool llni pcodn uf  tlm dlHtrlol, Thoiu-hool hoard ndmlnlslrn-  Iivo Hlnff mid mimol lruntoon hi inrpiulnt"  Ing Uio budget huvo mndo every effort  Jo mm) vnhm for money, "'.,,-  'I'lio hmilo cducntloii pronrumipo which  ���tho Pi'ovlncli\| novorninoiit h��Ih, Ih.dolor-  minoil hy Uio nuiuhor of iiintnicllonid  unllirln lluv Hi'houl dlHii'lcl'iniilllnlli'd hy  llm proviiu'liil iiviM'iig'o viilun wliloh fur  IliVii-huH horn��� ni'linl i(UlMi"ir-Tlm vnltio  of ilti-i��� limlrimUnhnl Unit In ID'/I wnn  4H,iM��,-  J1I1.I hiiw lunch Um Hui'lioU. Hohoul  Dlnlrlcl nporullnii huduct will ho hi oxcoim  nl' ihul u|li)wi*d hy Vlcturln will ho dolor-  mlnixilnimrt hytlmrosiill ."of l|m lom'li-  through louni taxation.  The arbitration board lneols diirhiK  Iho week cpmnioniujng Dccohibor lath and  Mr, H, It, Slado hnn, |>c9"Vnpp6lu|pd< arhi-  Irnlor ion Iho Hpurd of School TniHtocH  wllh Mr',' 3tuart Clyno tin udvoouto.  Bocholt School Dlntrict leiiohhiK Hlnff  wiih (locrouKed by nhoiU Iivo lonuhoi'H id,  the, boHlnnhiK of IhlH lonp mid tlioro Jiuh  boon no,moutloniof J'prlhor clooroi'moH \n  Hlnff hocniiiio of Iho limit on niilury in-  crouiioH, Homo wihool (UnliiclH nro "milI Inn  Hlnff in .luminry which hurl boon doHorlhcd  m imfn'lr liy thu n,o, Tonchoi'HV Fodorn-  tloii,   ! 7  UN80UNP ���  1  ComumiilJnK mi docroiiHOH In loimhlnu  Hlnff, H.C, Tonohprfi'' Fodorulion pronidont  Admp Mohortnon hIiiIoh Ihul Jlrltirth Co|.  iimblii . Iiiih , Um diiblolm' dliiUimtlmi of  hnvlnil dim imcond InriJOHt piipll-itouohor  rnllu hi Cimudu, comlhij tiocniid Uv N��w-  fouiidlnnd.  ,   ! ���,,'���';,     '  ��.~-.Auooi'dlpn��i��--ivtJTi',rln''Uimiror clmn  ihwti uiul loimlmi1 uHHlipimo^lH, u ylvmh'*  nhlti Hlluulliin oxIhIh; whom '  I, A (iIuhh with 11 iiurmul jiroupln/i uf '  ohild'roirdniiH nul OKciiod .'10 pupiln.  . '.,"���,������ A cIuhh coiitnlnlnii npy ohlldron hi  , . ... ,.'.' ���1100 wipe A-a  aUllllllllliliiiillliiiiliiiiiiiiiiiiimiigiiiiiiitiuiiiiiiiiiiQ  Ad-Briefs  point  the way  lo action!  .1  ij"  Mr,  n'ri'ldwii, "tho ilrlvor put IiIh luuid on my  hoii'h  luico nnd  mild,  nro    you  rtcnred  Ilrmdy," nml llnnily wild ho wnn not",  Dr, Kuminil who wnn1 Um ��Uopdh)j{  phyHlcInn nnd 'pnrformod Um iiutopity nnld  thut dtmlb wnn IiiiiIiuHmiiuouiii  TKAciiEna  Cnmpllcnllni' innllorn Ihlnyofu' Ih Iho  fiillhilj fiot by the Prpvlnclnl Clovormhonl.  on lonelier Hiilnry IncroimoH, Any mtlnry  hmroiiHort over (l.fi por ..oopt will not ho  nhnruiihlu nud hnvu lu bu jinld ontiioly  -In Today's Classifieds  **0v*vnMnn0*Mnr*0***mirm.*0>n*.KH0*0*-*.r*0.nn*1*0u.*0mrm.  lUtAND'now ll ploou IhhIi'uUiu biiIIo,' fitlll  hi iiurluii, 1,        '    ,���,':..'-     '  0m*m*^m00n000m0*m*m**l00ii*mt0��rmti0H*i^**0^^  ��� Tlroei ("lo��iliod�� rcoch oyor 2,500 lionmu  (10,000 reodois),   ���      ......  ��� TImoB ClouMllod* po INTO lhn hom��i�� , ,  , noi on lownn, Rtioois or Jn culvoris,  ��� Times Clossltlodij, aro low-cost, hiflh-'poioncv  solo* ionics,  Phono 005-9654  ��� Phono llnon opott Sunday; cldsslflcd  '"sjisn^ni  1  t  - Hfi J>*z~ n*��*��*ft "* "���**��� -:  *,0**f ^  T-ft^^^  W^S^jp,*  ���t-jSju^kjUflir ** t^fiflf.-it **�� ">.  * v&'zvriTwP $rity'~Te<ifS��? *  . r*0*  **���<_  &  *v--  ���sV'  i's.  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J. *'**5  *is?i't&'S3?**"1**J' ��� ' ������**' *    t    ��     ���     V��� f  *0f^  v'VW  ����.#>  -r*xa  rtJV*<  <^\  w'''i  ^^v^'V'vn'1~>7^  J*-0*t w  *������'��.." i - '        ' I        .���    *������������> i. ���    ' *���     *;:  j&r*  *�����   *\rr*-+.0^ n*J-0 ��     -^���    u ���*. _��. ��4j.  <* t < <;*: i* > $*��� * ,t -; *" 7"'" r  T   "'    -    T  vy r*.  *m -o    ���   ��*   .�� �����  I  ^vUAIvV.-  * vs -*��� *- *> -.  fV'VNr ^ v^V* V^*  *f /*v***ipt*i  -    '    ���/!  r-, 1  ��� * *\ \ i . * ���*    , -* ^. * ���. . ,  ������     ' ���    i,     -. -y  * : \\ ���\4r .  tk  fr  *" '-  5   t  .r  Page A-2  wW*  The Peninsula Tlmoa     Wednesday, Decfirober fr 1971 ^ #    ^-*��|x  -   . . -- '    '      . , =��=5 Around Gibsons ~  ���m.mwv*umf  The KmNsiiiA^i��^  I may be metis, but I shall not be so wrong as to fail to say what I believe to be right."  ���John AntiNJT  *^~^-^jJ^y. pounus O, Wheeler, Editor  Tills ILiumI  Is ��nr D.soDDa  FOR seven years we have made repeated  ���Attacks on thc apathetic attitude of  Sechelt Council toward the almost three  hundred acres of Crown property available to the village I'or recreational pur-  Approxiipately seven years ago'conn-  While there were those who would  have preferred to have the matter dropped, Aid. tiing forced the. issue, supported by Aid. Joe Benner, with the  consequence that an appointment was  made with Hon. Ray Williston two weeks  ago. '*''.'  cil members c>f that'day journeyed to , As we reported last week, some three  Victoria to discuss, with the tands Min-. hundred acres -of valuable reoreattonal  ister, possibilities of obtaining a fitjm property has x\6\y been turned"over to  COiruiiitment on the acreage. They were    the village for the sum of $50, the cost  ^advised; to expand village boundaries,  ^ by petition, in order that the hfhd-be?  brought" within the village, Once accomplished, council could then make further  application to the Minister, "vylfo, if he  . so" clioso, couUl turn land and timber  over to the village, lock, stock and-Bar7  rel.    .yy--:- ��������������� ������������ -���*������������     - '-"'������  Needless tP say, it took two non-  council members and one councillor to  bring about,the boundary' expansion.-No  further action was taken by that coun-  of ..legal fees and transfer,  r**:-'-Naturally .tlje^yHlage is in no position  t.o start development immediately, tt can,  however, budget a. small sum .each year  for such use. It is. very clear that our  prime future residential development  ���vvill be in that area of West Porpoise  Bay for already large* subdivisions are  under way with others planned to follow. Therefore the Village of Sechelt is  now blessed with a large- tract of excellent property for future-use as parkland,  �����by Morion Charman  JIM "ftavdlng left Thursday'" on * his fiv-st"*  visit to  Mexico,'  going  with   Garry  Russell and "Qayid Harding in the tetter's  ciuhper." The travellei'-s expect to be away  abimt- 3 -numfhs. They are going by wajy  ot \hi* Coastal'Route and will visit "Dis-'  npyland and many places of interest. It  is their intention* when making the rfeK  turn journey to drive furthei east, Qayyy..  and  David   vacationed   in  Mexico.:-<-iiMJ  wjnter and enjoyed it so muct\vth|y c|e;-'  cicled to l>oliday there again this J'6at\ ; 7 ���  ANWVEBSABY _���. _ ^   7^  Mr. and Mrs. Sidney. A. JBvomley of,  "Roberts   Crpek   were   married, in .Vancouver November 19,, -19-21.. They have* a  son Gilbert and dnughteV Sybil.  On November 2Jst Mr. and Mrs.  Bromley celebrated their 50th "wedding-  anniversary' when an ."Open House" was  ���held at the home of their son-in-law and  daughter Mr. and Mrs. Ted Smith, 84  Deep DtMie Road in West Vancouver from  2-6 p.m. On this happy occasion, the Couple enjoyed a reunion with many* old  friends 'whom they had not seen ior  some while. The lovely party marking  their Golden Wedding Anniversary wail  indeed a pleasurable time for all.     ,  Mrs.  Smith    and  her  two    children  were guests of the Brdmleys at Rebels  "���frr*--��,r'~r"B  tetters to the Wtor are the opiiiittm q} fmlers, and not ��i��w��ir��/v those of The Tinm. A  nom-de-plume may be used tor publication, but all original*-must be slmied by the wirier*  0't  Stand on Guard"  Editor, The Times,  Sir: According to a wire service "story,  on November, fhe 30th a seminar was  h*?ld recently at the Holy Blossom Temple  jn Toronto on Quebec's separation from  the rest of Canada, The basis of the  ���".. seminar (held at the left wing haven of  Rabbis Solomon and Feinberg) revolved  around how separatism should be accomplished by a plebicile nf ��ll Canadians throughput Canada tir one confined strictly to Quebec  Hon. Write Ottawa today. Tomorrow y��M  may be the Senior Citizen, It ifi time for-  all Canadians to speak up,  OTTO NORPUNG  "Pet Peeve"  Editor, The Times,  Sir* Pardon, me fpi* writing tlvsv^Pet  PeeyC-byt something very unfair, is happening on the Sechelt .EeuinsufcC''^'"  We   have   ma'ny" people ^complaining  that youth  here are "lazy/long-haired  good  for nothings" etc. We can change  o these'Opinions' by spending our ta?i money  wisely! By this 1 mean, build the Reg-  ���reation C(entre, get lhe kids off the streets,  give them a place to go and to do things!  The untairriess I referi^iF-Spenditig  Creek over., the pasl^weekend.  They are ;   estabHsh a People's Republic of Quebec  When members of the Canadian" Goy-  enrment���Mr. Barpett Panson (Liberal^  York  North,  h  Parliamentary  secretary  to Mr  Trudeau and State.secrtavy Ger- 0Ul. mes on a *m at Egmol,ti W|iv?  aid Pelletler participate one cannot but There is more populatio^ and mQre neetl  see their myolvement and- participation right hero in Sechelt ���nd Gibsons for vec.  as giving tacit appr6vartQ. snch a separ- mit ion^-all ��� year ,mirnd    not  just   the  at ion. tourist's summer. *'-  -   Wliile Renet Levesqpe*s pr^senee ^might %   siire we have  plenty of community  be understood,  J see -such  Government lwU?i but for whom? Rarelv does youth  involvement ^s^condening (the^ idea  ef use 1hem e.g, .bingos-adults only.'Then  separatum,; Plebic%.qr1-npt,^ lUevo :,WG oubs,  scbtils a��d  girl guides.-  sooner   fight  than  see  the  Communists What about -the-ages between cubs and  adults?  We haye- maybe fpur danees a year  for  them.   What  about   the  long . and *  many weekends between? Are the^Jkids '  supposed to just sit around and twiddle  their thiuiHbs:' Why da they -get- ipto-mis- *i  chief* The answer is very clear, I think,  I am a taxpayer now and I am willing  -to pay for some recreation, because really  our taxes here are not that hi'gh. Iaook  across the feny route and, compare theiv ���  taxes with ours, ���>  People--let us not be so cheap! Take  time and looJ? through yoiir children's  eyes and tlie future of tlieir children..  Sincerely written for something we aU  can enjoy,    ..-.���' .:. ~-  ��� " '��� '   * ' 7.  ' , (Mrs.) SACCO  Appreciation  Edilo'Y The Times, . ,._ '  Sir: The Pender Harbour Auxiliary  tp St, Mary's Hospital, wishes to thank  the; Peninsula Times for the excellent  coverage the paper has given over the  pnst year, of activities awl events held  by the Auxiliary.  Thanks to Mr. and Mrs. Bill Brown  for the use of .their 'property for the Mini  Thrift Shop, also to everyone who made  contributions to this' shop,  The Auxiliary appreciates ��� all the  kind efforts which have helped -tremendously.      -   *  ".'    (Mrs.)  J12AN  PATERSON  Publicity  cil and it was one or tvvq^ councils later    playing fields, trails etc. It is probable  and at the instigation of The Times that  further' interest was drummed up. Some  of the^a^Qns^taken were pathetic and  ip one: ipstance a^lelfter was sent-to Victoria actual]y__j)sking "what would it  cost the village to purchase the land?"  Earlier this year, newly elected Alderman, Ben Lang took the matter up and  demanded that it be returned to the  agenda. A fresh start was made by the  alderman through Hon. Isabel Dawson  ahd wheels were once again in motion.  one of the very few communities with  such an asset and as the area grows the  time will come when it will be worth a-  fortune. .  It was through the insistence of  Alderman Lang and .Benner during tlie  past year that this property is now in  the "hands of the village and tliey are to  be con?rrTCTrded for their efforts, for had  double-talk and apathy been permitted  to predominate; that land would, have  been lost for all time.  so f&e  JUST a few months ago a, tremendous  ,.:.....,..,..,.outcry-,follo^'ed.-::impositipn---bya---fhe-  Regional Board of a land tax against  water users on the regional system.  Ratepayer groups were re-vitalized, a  regional ratepayers association was formed and many angry taxpayers turned out  to support any of the groups that-were-  opposing ,Regiomil Board policy.  As is inevitably the case, within a  very sh'ort period.'of-time,; the furore  died a natural death and that same Board  is free to carry on with plans that will  ultimately increase taxation even' more.  Already, in fact, approval is awaited  from Victoria for a bylaw which will  add substantially to-cost of water in the  West Sechelt area..  Plans are also under consideration  for establishing, control[of water-sheds  ������as- another function, cost of tliW"ls si  mere one twentieth of one mill. Already  there has been mention   of a region-  wide sewer system? One can but ponder  the immense cost of that little venture.  Next will be a Referendum for the proposed recreation centre which Director.  Frank West has said will put,approximately three mills on the taxpayer. We  do not oppose such a centre but it is  a  mailer lhat only  the electorate' can  decide upon. However, us Mayor Wally  Peterson pointed out at a recent council  meeting, a fraction of a mill here, another mill somewhere else, added to the  three mill for a Ccntr^.itiul in short time  local  taxes are getting out  of reason,  Drastic changes,  are, ..necessary but,  as we have ���"continued to suggest, such  change hits to he brought about by the  elcclorale.iThe onus lies firmly upon lhe  W��'IHll��lilUM��i  ���  IIIM��II��||||UU_^  The PENmsuiJi5y^1��e4.  Published Wcdncsiluys nt Seclwlt.  on ,H.C,',h Sunshine Const  by  Powell River News Town Crier  Sechell Times I..UI.  H��x ,11,0.-Sechelt, H.C.        .  Subscription Rules* (In ndvnnco)  l.o^al, ififi por ylNir, HcyOnd Mi miles, $"/,  ."������',''���" u,s.A���$P,'Ovoiwn^ui,    ,-  Servings tin- art'tt Irom l*t>rt Mellon,to timnoiit  (Howe Sii'miif to Jervis Inlet)  9m*mmm0*rMm*+n<**mm*mn*X*ii*mmf0. mm  shoulders of all-who have a vote and  -are able to rise itv- r-  As far as the Regional Board is  concerned nominations were put forward  for Areas A and'E, fpr Area C, Selma  Park Wilson Creek it would seem no  change was considered necessary ajid  Bert Slade, ��i conscientious director, Has  been returned by acclamation.  In both villages it is very clear the  voters were satisfied for there was certainly no multitude of eager nominees.  In Sechelt three seats Were available for  aldermen and one for Mayor. Ben Lang  was returned7inopposed, as Mayor encumbent Harold Nelson sought re-elec-  tion which left two seats to be filled.  With half an hour to close of nomination, former long time councillor.Bemel  Oof don gave in to pressure and agreed  to* accept nomination^ Shortly before 12  noon, former alderman Norm Watson  filed his papers thus providing Sechelt  with a full slate elected by acclamation.  In Gibsons the picture is worse. Two  very capable    aldermen  declined    re-  . .nomination thus paving the way for two  newcomers to enter local government unopposed. A "third seat  left  open  with-'-  resignation of Aid,'Goddard, who seeks  office as Mayor, is slill vacant, It would  ��� therefore  appear the  public, ha*}. little,  complaint with either council and'has',  become extremely apathetic as a conse-.  HiJence."  Both councils hjive, d ii r i n g past -  years,,operated smoothly^iind efficiently  which would explain lack of, interest.  Ouite clearly the situation is rather different wilh llie Hegional Hoard, However; iri^poThted out very strongly, the  matter should not rest wilh nomination  of new candidates, Those candidates depend upon support of the voters |o get  them into office. ' ���,".      /.^.^  f'lcctiprr day is December Mih'.' Few  seals are up for vole,1 ihey" Incltujii, Ihal  of Mayor U)\' Gibsons ami ll,ie 'two'seals  ��� on Hegional Hoard, The election is just  ns import mil as If a dozen seats were,  . up, for bid. We can only add, If ihe  public docs not know now whore changes  are required, Ihen it never will,  frequent visitors here  NEW LOCATION  Pastor? Joseph -ami Ellen Anonby  formerly .Of Gibsons Pentecostal Tabernacle who are now in the Southern Hemisphere are enjoying summer weather at  Iheh; new location "?30" Nestor Patrpri  Costas, Barrio San Bernardo. Satta.-Prov.  Salta; Argentina. They moved to this city  of close to 200,000 last month to begin  a church there, having completed language study, Even their children Stanley  (wlio lias finished first grade), Stevie and  Joy all speak Spanish with a perfect^  accent.  HERE AND THERE  Mr, and Mrs. Ralph Smith of Roberts Creek marked their 24th wedding  anniversary on December litli. Congratulations.  Mrs. Nelson Moore attended the pre-*  sbytery meeting held at St."James United  Church 3214" West; HHtr^-Ave, Vancouver.  Most* encouraging discussions took place  regarding articles of union. The next  presbytery meeting will be at Canadian  Memorial Church  in  January,  Former local residents Aid and Marie  Clarke, now of Winfield in the Okan-  aganr recently*"enjoyed a trip^ to Regina,  Mr. and Mrs. Lionel Singlehurst who  30 years ago were residents of Pasley  Island, and who liave made their home  in Gibsons for the past 28 years, are now  happily settled in at"unit 1, Greene" Court,  Sechelt. Mi'. Singlehurst is an artist who  Jios received considerable recognition for  his paintings of ships and seascapes,  'Mrs. Gladys Armour enjoyed a visit  with her daughter (Sue) Tyson near  Deep Cove.  ''Autumn Leaves", a booklet consist,  ing of twentyr-seven articals, ooems etc,  written by'-Phyttfc M.. Hodgson of Gibsons during retirement years, is now in  second edition, Selling for one dollar it  offers encouragement lo those contenv  plnting retirement.  Among its contents are items submitted to newspapers and publications  throughout Canada and reprinting rights  were granted by the original publishers,  There are nostalgic memories of tho  prairies and glimpses of life on this rug-  gest bit of R.C, const lino.  This is a bo.uk to be enjoyed in odd  moments of leisure. It is presently avail  able at The Times bookstore.      * ,  within Canada and controlling; the' vital  artery of the St, Lawrence Seaway, Our  National Anthem pledges us1 to "stand  on guard" tor Canada. That means being on guard against the terimites who  Woiild eat at the foundation of o\ir. Constitutional Government and- institutions  up" to* 'and "including. Messrs Pelletier,  Marchand and Trudeau and their- water  boys,  . STAN  MOLLISON  White Rock  Throw item-Out'.  Editor,. The Times,  Sir: Our MPs increased their pensions  and salaries, the Hon, Judges have been  granted a 42% pension increase, just to  mention, that they .do not contribute ONE  cent tojheir generous pension scheme.  The timehas coTfie attd is long overdue  for the Senior Citizens of Canada, to be I  granted a ;.pension increase, And one that i  will remove them from the bottom rung |  of the poverty ladder. .'Further procrasti- |  tuition by the federal government nan no 1  longer   be   tolerated. |  Turn Alsbury, a-former Mayor of the |  great   City   of., Vancouver., and _ex-High I  School prinCipaJ heralded-the battle cry |  ui a few and sucqinct words in a recent |  Letter to the Editors.-We wrote: ''Senior 1  Citi/ens of Canada, iiaite'V-^and in refer- |  eiu-e to our highly paid action reluctant |  ami   vacillating'MPs said:   "Throw   the. ���-��� |  rascals out". The ballot box will decide |  lhe future of Our luxury living MPs. |  In   more   gentle   words   it   behooves 1  every Canadian to speak up and remind |  <,m government that our Senior Citizens ��  .run  no longer be  forgotten, ovei'Jooked 1  , and forsaken, The time has come for ac  BRANCH 14OR0YAI, CANADIAN REGION  new mm m dance and supper  SECHELT LEGION HALL  FRIDAY,.OJECfMBER 31st, 1971  Doors Open 6 p.m. Supper served 7 fo 8 p.m.  i Dancing 9 p,m, - 2 a.m.  M.USIC BY, PENN KINGS    '  ^ _       Admission $7.50 por person ��� Refreshments Served  Please pick up tickets by DeceniberiS af Legion Club  i'liiwuimmnmuMmmiiuumnumiuninmuiUHMMMUMmftimUMuuim  Dancing 9:30 .-1:30 a.m.  MUSIC BY  mmWMYSfllEEf  Safurday, December 11  Highway 101  COVER CHARGE  Phone 886-2472  dUiimmmiimtiu^HKuuiUHimwimimiiMuuiuiii^  LEGION BING6219  1   FREE  CARD  FIRST 3 GAMES  Thursday,  Dec. 2 anci 16  COMMMNITY HAU.  V    RppERTS CREEK  DRING ONE CLIPPING  ", The Vlctoiiii nnd Ruciulmril! Tolophone  C(iiii|mn,V vviiii furiiied In llllll), wllh Ihib-  ort  Hiii'iim'MelvllckliiK im ni|inti|-'er,  i��MW��^^rr|rM|(t|WwtM|t  Jyri  PMA&  nmmnccmu  nl  tV0rr*  tiff  o '  ��� ���I,I  ��� ���Ml,  4��Hr'  itnii'  ��� ��,i|  I        ^5)a  ���V -*SiV -  ��� �����!  ��� ���������I  <m*  11.1  \chell 0t>(in/if Jo Ion  ���-���.:��� .  7 -,--'��� y    ������������������ -ff ������-'������;��� ;--;   Tokos pleasure in announcing that'  | Dianne Allen, Hope Thickson and Joyce Watson |  Will bo hokllnp  0USE  ,,.������  ,�����0  o  ...�����  <Vr>  , l���������  .,*������  ���HM*  ,,.������  .  ';.^:i:TMESp^Y ; _ ���,..   from 10 a.m.-4:00 p.m.  For tho ladlor. Ihorowlll bo coffoo, 'cakofi and nlftn, Tbo "Staffwill ho  pleased lobaal^ your Christinas qnd Now Year appointments,  ������<m  0.,i,  ��� ���Ml  o .  ��� ���ill  ��� ���(II  ������Ml  ***  ������III  <m*  ������>���,  d"**  ��� ���mi  ������ill  **?*;  ������in  "���{a*  ���������.I  emeu i/^ecwm f^saton  Phono 883-2818 '  ^l��ifflf#l��!��!��l#^!Of��l#l��i��f��l#l<l!^#I��!(li��|#|#f��i<li��|��  �� , i ���' '   i , .    i '   i *  ��� I . 4       | ,     at  *"*# ������ *������* ��  AfcAA*��At S #^^*S'V^i��^,��-^ff*"��^i,*w'V-^,'A  ^*w^#%^^^l*i'M'*f-(* ^i^A'^'^^v***'  r*.'��   -"  a        0  i*   <    *'���    if  Calling home  .holidays?  suggestions to  make if easier*  Th^ro In n grant Joy In oxohancilna Chrlstmaa  qrootlnga by tolephone. Sp much qo, In foot,  tha',th��usancla find thouQand8 of,Canadians do ho  -'       " fiachyoor.  It lan'l: posalblo to roaervo opsolflo tlmou for lonci  diatnnco oalla but you can mlnlmlzadelayby"  followlnci theao tips.  a''''' '' '     ��� ' '    I  FIRST���'Mako allfitnowof Uio phono numbera  (Including area oocloa) of tho poopio you, plan to call,  Got thpdo^wlthout ohnrao, through your operator  or "by following Inatruotlona in your tolophono  directory for dialing dlroct. Do Ihla now tind avoid  ,  battling heavy holiday trafflo Just to got your numboro,  SECbND- Don't wait until Chrlatmaa'Day Itaolf,  wlion olrculto acroa^ Canada will bo ovorloadod, to plaoo  all your oailp. Sproncl thorn ovor tho holiday aoaaon.  ii*i.  PENDER HARBOUEI  RESIDENTS  VOTE FRED CROSBY  for, Folr, ltc��pon��il��lo and iinhlasod  roproBontatlon In Area A Sunshino  Coqif ftoglonal Board.  I ask for yowr vote Dccombor 11th  In order thorcivoryonrmlahFiofci  volca In tho neodi of our cam��  rnimlly, Aroa A.  DECEMBERIp.  Your family and frlonda will onjoy your calls Just aa  much and you'll |)p npro corjalnof gotHnaihroualv  '*,"""""* ;7",r'������ |!l(i,   withoutcjojny;  REMEMPER - Moot long dlatanco ratoo aro lowor  aftor 9 p,m. dally and all day Sunday,  ChocK your directory for full dotajla,  So, give them fl call  for Christmas.  No.hothorfiomo  shopplrtg, wmpplnfl  or moiling..  IGJEL &  n  *%^-^4��4^��A^��ip^S^^A^ ���*�����- ��� *v::,  ^mMy,^rMvyyyjfyrT',l|K*r'^i  ** *  ���*r *?����� a* .r~w f *-*���  Twilight presents  Steiger in Waterloo.  TWO nights left to pee Walter Matthau  in "Plaza Suite", In tins one you  will pee Matthau in threo entirely "dil-  tererit roles Juit being uproariously tunny  tlnoughout���i'irsit as a taut huMnepsman;  then a Hollywood producer and finally |^'  as an ivatP lather. Cnme see this week  at Twilight Theatre in Qibaon*?  . T|od Sieigor. fits well in the roll of .  Napoleon in the Dtno de I^aurent'iis pre-  sesntatioir of "Waterloo", tho bal llo lhat  changed th���e face of the world. Dealing  with "Napoleon's- escape from ejril'e in  JSlba and his re-instatemerit as Iffad of  France, until tliat incredible afternoon  When he met Wellington,  All in all a {spectacular movie with  an. aJlistar intenruitional cast including  Christopher Plumiher, Orson Welles,and  Virginia McKenna. Starting Friday evening. ���  "Unman, Wittering and Zigo" starring  David (Blow-up) Hammings, starts Monday evening next weeiv. Ritual tenor what could well ��� prove a welcome old  and   hazardous    wharf-  Rivto   niercial inartn'a,VJRam��i' 'has it that  and suspense in a secluded boys" school, advance for Sechelt was announce- Straits Lid. is Ih&xQipppny involved   a hotel-motel eoinplex is also plan-  a conirontation in^ihe gym, challenges,- m^ }^t^vm&k, that a substantial and a stall was made last week to    nert at a later dale on the . water-  threats and tmaily utter rrenzy surrounds ,and reputable company has  ma'ior remove the decrepid structure. Plans    Inml.  .���iTSr^BMiri!?edT      ��n interest in the lease 'and area of ihe include a breakwater housing a com-  I I  Wednesday, pecpmber 8, 1971     Th�� Peninsula fffneg..     .    Pog�� At3  r  S0I?RY * FPU THE IMC0NViI*3IINCE  Thif Villacfp has been working for four years fo engineer apd obtain  necessary permits to upgrade our existing sewer line (.now very obsolete) -  as required by tbo pepnrfmnt of Health.  I wish to thanK tbe property owners for their forebearance and  patience in our necessary sewer construction work. This should all be  completed by th,e eprly summer,  1 Thank You-  Mayor Wally .Peterson  Action at Long Last  EjSffflM^  ^ DOWTFOROET TO COME OUT AMD VOTE  ON  DECEMBER  11  MAYOR WAf-LY PETERS&N  fflBffiMMM**"!^  !  Safe motoring  ACCOUNTANTS  RALPH C. DUCKWpRTH  CHAkTOED ACCOUNTANT  -WINTER DRIVING  WINTER doesn't mean just an oil change  and Ghe���clv of the anti-freeze. Ask your  serviceman  to  inspect   these  things   too:  Tires���You ne$d good tread to bite  and grip. Keep at recommended pressure;  low pressure, does "not improve traction,  only increases wear,  Brakes���Check and adjust if necessary;  uneven pull can  twist you  into a  skid.  Windshield���Live  wiper  blades,  witli    TPlephPRei 8**5-9515 - Telephone: 886329^2  proper   arm   tension,  prevent   streaking.     SECHEI,T,U^C. . '"   GIBSONS, B.C.  Chock washer solution. Defroster should     ,   -       ] .          ���   .77..  clear glass in severest weather. r^~^f""  Exhaust���Inspect muffler and tailpipe W<  Fhll-P Gprflon  for, leaks   deadly-in  winter's  "windows- CHARTERED .ACCOUNTANT  up" Weather.  Battery���Cold  saps   battery  power.    - ,    -        8B6-271A    Res   886-7567  Stalls   not   only     are   inconvenient   but     JeU   ��*�����- .��W^"��, �������?-  ��W 'W  hazardous, ���...,, Harris Block, Gibson's, B.C,  You musl, see danger to avoid it and  ,.._...., '       .    .:..y,..-.���.,���.-,,���;...-   ,, :  winter  makes   it  tough.  Early   darkness    M ,mt,,,,pm00mB*0*m*******00****0*��0**********mam0m*mm  BUILDERS (continued)  TRICON -DEVELOPMENTS' LTD.  CUSTOM HOMES - PRE-FAU HOMK  Hidh Quality . , , Reasonable Prices i  Buy a Package and erect' it' yourself, or get  our professional help,  GARDEN BAY, B.fc. - Phbi��e' Eves, 8B3i2723  Hides danger during the crowded  going-     APPLIANCE   REPAIRS  home hours. Bad weather-blinds you with  rain,   fog   or  a   white   curtaiir of   snow- t Guaranteed Repairs Fast Service  ��� flakes. Headlight  glare is worse through ".' WASHERS - DRYERS - RANGES  the glint of a spattered  windshield.  The "\**"RAPIQ - TELEVISION - STEREO  winter-wise   driver, uses   every   coiintel;- ^._ .    .���,..-AV. rkjTCDDDicrc   measure  he  can  to  stay  out   of  trouble TRAIL  PAY  ENTERPRISE*  by doing the following: Dqvis Boy 885-9318  Brush   Off���Brush  snow     completely     Carry in/carr^ut service on .small appliances,  off front, back and side glass. Scrape off     toasters, irons, trypans, portable heaters, hair  ice and crusty snow. Brush off the hood  and top, too, so it won't keep dusting back*  "^oti windshield' and rear window.  Warm Up���Start the engine" a few  minutes-ahead of time, and turn on the  lieatre and defroster before you start  out. Be sure the inside air is warm enough  to prevent condensation on the glass.  Light Up-r-See and be seen. Turn on  your low beani? at dusk, in rajii ryy ?no\v,  or just gloomy weather. Never drive with  the parking lights alone. All lights should  be working, with-headlamps aimed properly, ���Remember lhat glare is "aggravated  by a dirty windshield;  Wpiih Off���In freezing \veather use  a one-to-one windshield washer dilution���  half water .and half windshield anti-froeze  . (not the radiator kind or yon can damage  plaint), ���'.,������  TRAFFIC LINE*MARKINGS  A chnngo in traffic line markings will  "go  Into  effect  immediately   to   conform  Willi standards  bolng adopted  by  most.  Provinces and Slates In North America.  "Yellow   lines     wil,!     sopni'iito   1 raffle  flown In opposite dlrecliofiHi whito lines  "' will Hopn.raio 'traffic moving'. In Ihe wnim  direction"   nnd  milid   yellow    llmm   \vil|  indicali' that  pnssing is not allowed,   .  Oii tworlane highway*! the center line  ineliidlnf! nnlld.rno push Ing linos will lie  yellow and lane edge linos will Im white,  On nuiltl-lano undivided highways Iho  center line .will bo yellow ami lime llmm.  and  lauiLodge l|noti will |io.,whlle,  1   ��� On frcnwayH and other highways dl-'  vldeiil by.>fi, non-travcrsllilo niedlan, limn  lliiiin and right side lano vdgc llpeii will a  lie whllu and   Ini'l   nido  lano  edgn   limiM  will.,ho yellow,  Tlm <'liaii|*i*ovnr will lio rliiim an pnrt  of Jim 'noriniil repainting, progi'iimim", Jl  In nxpccteil ilifil-nniiili'lp'illllcH llii'iiugli-  oiil llm I'riivlnco will nliiingo llieir piivn-  iiicnl iniii'ldngM lo cnuloi'iii lo llm now  iiliiD.diird,  IT'S A FACT * '" ���".���������*--".���'"���" '"     ���  J'iihii ii cur moving nl '|fi m.p.h,, when  your .car In moving nl (Id m.p.li,, mid If  will lnlio llm Hiinio Hum 11 wuuld lalto lo  piifin '10 eiii'H pui,*luul; lifiiiijini' lo liiifiijuii'.  dryers, mix masters, vacuums etc.  ART SUPPLIED *"  "���-'���:'-"-" ���,-���'. -;������������:"     -y-rys���  Telephone 886-9069  ROSE & ART INTERNES  Potfery, Supplies, clashes & firing  <leaier for Duncan's Ceramic produ^tt  1��jrie Rd, & Grondview Ave,-r.-  f,<VVm 6?, Q\hw, B,C, .  AUTO SERVICE  SECHEi-T HOME SERVICE  Atlgs Parts - Good Year Tires '  24 IJour Towing  805-2812 or 885-9979  AUTOMOTIVE UNDERCOATIN^  STEAM CLEANING     ...  COMPLETE CAR CLEAN-UP,  5IMONIZING   ;  Esslemont Equipment' Servicst  Phone 886-2784  ��� |3ox 436, Gibsons, 0,C,  0000mm00m0000j0*0m00m0**0000m0*0m00!'*00000!0*0^*^00m  BUBLtPlNG SULLIES  READY-MIX CONCRETE ANP  BUILDING SUPPLIES  ..'������-i   Ypur One Stop BuilfJing Store - ,  '"'������������'       For Ail YpUr Buildihg TSe^ds^' 'i; :  GIBSONS BUILDING SUPPLIES LTD.  1653 Seoview - Phone 886^2642  TWIN CREEK &UILDING SUPPMES  DIAL  Gibsons 886-2291 - Sechelr 885-2288  OU NEED PWLpING !  GIVE US A GALL  FREE ESTIMATES  Free Estimates - Fast Service  G & W DRYWAIJL  Drywall acoustic and textured ceilings.  Now servings Gibsoris area and the Peninsula.  Phone 884-5315  Bok 166, Piprtt^eKpo, PfC.  WHEN YOU NEED BUILDING SUPPLIES  GIVE US A GALL  ELECTRICIANS  (Cpiit- L  BILL McPHEDRAN  ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR  Free Estimates  Phone 884-7477 - Gibsons, B.C,  JIM McKENZIE  ELECTRICAL' CONTRACTOR  , Residential Wiring and Major  Appliance Repairs  PHONE 885-9978  Box 3$7, Sechelr, B.C,  FUEL '      .  c  p.  BANKS  ROYAL BANK OF CANAPA  SECHELT BRANCH���Phono U05-2201  GIBSONS BRANCH���Pliono 806-2*101  '       . HOURS. ; ,  fifichnlii Tuoii.-Thuiff, 10 n,lii,"3 p.m,  Til, 10 n,iin,'6 p.m.; Sol, 10 n,ro,*3.|>,m.  Gllmnnsi Mon.-Thuifi, 10 n,m.-3 p.m.  .   ' ���   ������; f'ri, 10 ruivi". p,m,   ���^.,,>,.1 ::,���; w  BtASTINCl    CONTROLLED BLASTING  ALL WORK INSUREP  FREE ESTIMA1W  , FRED D^LEY  Pondor HarMir �� 883-2409  "^rVATER^UR^^  For Expert Plasllnq  Phono 085-2304 L, C. Enidraqn  i II Nn Anny/nrl.iKivo Mos'mnn nt    '  na:i.?y<'��:i or mwnri  \XX"\* Socliek, B,C,  <��;   IBmCiKLAVINfll  ftm1  A. SIMPKINS  Boh 5,17 : ^clioln B.Ci  '/pjiono' 885-2132  |ii>Miii|iiliinmiyiiwPW  RUILPI;nS  GULF BUILDING SUPPLIES LTD.  r������.. Yqwt lr|y Pird Dealer  Phone 885-2283 Sechelt, B.C.  Complete line of building supplies.  mmmm000**0m*000mm000m*0000*000m0*000000m00mmmm0000**m  .CABBMET RMIKEP3S  OCEANSIDE FURNITURE &  CABINET SHOP,  HARDWOOD SPECIALISTS  FINE CUSTOM FURNITURE   '  KITCHEN ANP 3ATHROQM CABINHT5  Our Cabinet Units hre AH PiefUnshed Below  ��� " .....'���',. Installalion^  R, BIRKIN ��� Bepch Ave7 Roberts Crefik, B.C,.  Phono 896-2*5 51 '  >0m000*0000*00000000,0000mmm0mm000m00*m0i000m0**000m*0m0m  CONTRACTOBjIS  ��� ���    ...,;  COAST BACKHOE 8. TRUCKING  "������; ",LTD.'r-"; '   Flllr;,Cement-Gravel, Drain Rock^atcl'  ,   Box 69, Madeira park >  Phono 883-2^74  L fi, H SWANSON LTD,  RE/^DY-MIX CONCRETE  .fiqnrl nnf) Grovel - BncMioo*  pllchlno - fixcqvnt|oh��  OFFICE IN PEMNER I3LOCK  m$��9666, Box  172f Sechelt, B.C.  PHONG 886-9580  , RON'S CONTRACTING  Clnarlno - Excavations - Rood Bnllcllno  Grncllno - Fill r Rood Grnvfll \* Ci'iishotJ Rock  Phonoj Spqholt 886-9550  Land Clearing - Rp^d'.BMlldlno  -Troo Topping---"So|epl|vb*LoaolnO"  PETE DUBOIS    ,  Telophono 003-2417  R,R, \. Moilefro Potk, B,C���  PISPOSAI. SEBV��C^���"  SUNSHINE COAST DISPOSAL  ; SERVICES LTD,  PORT MllM-ON lo OUi'S COVE "  T��ll 0(16-2930 or t\MH97S  Cn|l Un Fnr Vnnr D|ii|Ki��n| N��o<l"��,  VVIi'in Rflnovoilnn Or Sprinq cionninu.  ���   ���   ,'    ���   Cnn|fi|i"i"5ru Ayolln|))��i,  ,ANADIAN     r ROPANE  Serving" the Sunshine Coast with reliable and  economical Cooking, Heating and Hot Water.  s"  FREE ESTIAAATES  Phone 885.2360  Wharf and Dolphin- Sechelt, B.C.  RNIE WIDMAN  for all your  ,SSOf PRODUCTS  IMPERIAL ESSO DEALER  Phoi��nBB3j2^3  Madeira Pork, BfC,  For Your Fuel Supplies  DANNY WHPELER  your  IMPERIAL ESSO AGENT  886-9663 - Hopkint Landing  FURNACES .  PARKINSON'S HEATING LTD.  GIBSONS  , ESSO OIL FURNACES ;  No down payment * Bank Interest  Ten! years to nay .  For fr*Q ertlmat*���Call 006-2720  CofTiplata line of appliances  HAIRDRESSERS  ANN'S COIFFURES  In the Pal Block  Nekt to the Co-op Store  Gibnont 8B6-MM  SECHELT BEAUTY SALON  Dianne Allen, Proprlolor  Fxpert Holr Styling  Cowrie St., 7   ���    Phone  Sechelt, R.C. 885-2818  COR j:U|PEMA  qnd CciWnPt' Work,  Phono 886^135  .,,0f*r,'*'0.t>.*0   0*0+'0'0*+f***,   * ��� ���*im*0,i*00'^t****r.  tttin  | CHAIH SAW CEJJtRE I  Cowrlo Stiwt, Socliolt  003-9636  ��.,,>���  ������im  pILYrCONE PEVKLOP/ViENTS &  r HOUSING CORPrLTP.  Si,iiiM)ln���� Ctf<\f,l nnd lulAndi*  tONVENTIQNAL, MODULAR ANP PPfFAII  ������������*���'* Wo Hovo'AThriiiBon*1lf1*9o*��'  spur IVI��:���� Am' Co*ni>oiltlvo  Coil Moll.lno To Coll 003-9767 * OQB.9610  Wrllo Bbh 6t6��IM-fa, P.O.  HEATING a SHEET RflETAL  HALL SHEET METAL  Domestic - CommerAM *��� Industrial'  ^^M^.X0|0phano'88S^6O6-~-��^-M  Box 164, Socholt, B.C.  01^ FIRED WARM AIR HEADING  p|L mm WATPR linATER**  Noihlna Pawn ��� j �� Y��in�� To I'oy  Llohl PlnmMnp  Roy Blanche* Madeira Pork  883^401 883-2778  JANITOR SERVICE  (Cdnt.)  JOHNSON'S  BUH.PIN6 MA!HT?NANCB  Specializing in:  Paper Hanging^ Interior S, Exterior decorating,  Rug Cleaning. All types pf Building   ~  .   Maintenance, Floor Installation.  Window Cleaning.  PHONE 885-9715 AFTER 4 P.M.  Box 642 . Sephelt, B.C.  m*0000mam0ma00amaB000*a*m0O0omata***m0mtmaB*Mnm*mm*m  mmnmix shop *   At Hie S'Bn of th* Chevron  HILL'S MACHINE SHOP  & MARINE SERVICE LTD.  Machine Shop ���-*������ Arc and Acty Welding  Steel Fabricating -^- Marine Ways  Automotive grid Marine Repairs  Standard jyiiqirifi^ Stcition  Phone 886-7721        Res, 886-9956, 886-9326  tV3AE38NAS  GIBSONS MARINE SERVICE LTD.  at ESSO MARINE  Gas r RieSel Repairs r Welding  Evinrude Sales r OM<? Pats & Service  Boat Hauling  Phone 886-7411 Gibsons, B.C.  'WlUWSERY'ff^'"-"^^-  ;:'":y:'yt\  MACK'S NMRSERY:�� Roherts Cr^ek  Landscaping - Shr��Jt*s - Fruit Trees - Fertilizer  Berry Plants - Bedding Plants - Pept Moss  Fully Licensed Pesticide Spraying for  Landscaping and Trees  Sunshine Cpasl Hwy. ���; Ph, 886-2684  OPTOif^ETRIST  FRANK E, DECKER, OPTOMETRIST  Bal Blpck - Gibsons  Every Wednesday  886-2248  PHOTOGRAPHERS  -.. .. ,���,.     . ;-���'-��������� "rr- r������������  PENINSULA PHOTOGRAPHERS '  A Complete p|io|OQraphlc Service        '  WUPPINGS - PORTRAITS - PASSPORTS   ������  COMMERCIAL  C, ADERNETHY  Gil.ion., D.C, * Phono 886-7974  or 006-7215  i .   ''   ���  ' ''';     '  PLUMBIIMG AMP  HEATING  SEASIDE PLUMBING  Gihsons  Plumbing - PJpofJHlng - SleamfltUng  '   | |o| Wfltor Hoallng - Pipe l-aaalng  FRI-E.I-STIMATES I  Phono BQ6-7017 oi 686-2848  , ; �� ��� ,  Ropnirs - Alln'rnlliins.r Now InsMlollons '  LAURIE'S  PLUMPING &  HEATING  LTD,  qovl, Cnrllllwl P|dml>or ,���*   24 Hour Sorvlco  __,,���.mN.^,,^.PhonoA.'886r'2406.w-,��,*v^..-���  geHkral pni.ivEHY- si-ciii-lt,,n,c,  RETAIL STORES  (cont.)  THE TOGGERY  Ladies' and Children's "yVep*"  Open six days a week  Phone 885-2063   ^  Cowrie- Sfreet,Sechelt  TASELLA SHOPPE  Ladies' - Men's - Children's Wear  Yard_ Goods - Bedding - Ljnens  Dial 885-9331 - Sechelt, B.C.  SEWING RMCTINES   UNSHINE    o b ^  EWING       Berninci $�� Omegs  FREE HOME DEMONSTRATION  REPAIRS ANP SERVICE QN A^ MAKI?  Mrs, Monq Havies m 885-9740  ���ff��  SPORTING GO0O$  CLIFF'S BOATS   7 '^J^^  & ACCESSORIES LTD.  Fishing Supplies - Boats new ond  ���*. Useci .,"',. . Large ^Smd!l ,  Seche8!  SURVEYORS  ROY^ WAGENAAR  BfC. Land Surveyors  Marine pMilding ?. pprpoisi? !gqy  :;S6c*heltr<.B,C.  805-2332 or ZEnith 6430  TIRES  COASTAL TIRES  Sunshine Coast Highwpy  ���       '  Pox V3f Gibsons, B.C. - Phone 886-2700  SA^-ES ANP S^VICp  All 8ron��J�� AvoiloNa     ,  ,'  Monday to Saturday 8:30 atm, to 5:30 p.mi  Friday evening by appointment only,  TOWING  IttONWORKS  ELECTHICIANS  * '^%^%0tHnf**l'm* 4tm.+m***0*m&**)?++*.0*  ACTON ELECTRIC LTD.  ' Ronldnnilol - IndtiMfial oik! Mprlno Wlrloo  F.|flclrlc Hoot * Mn�� WwfK  Kono 086-7244  RoildonHol �� Commcriclal - Indiillrlal  SIM ELECTRIC LTD.  ', Gov't Corllfled filootrlclana  Phono Pny or Evo. 889-3062  '���   ..J       :    '���  4***A��^V*^��At��*A**�� *>*��i^^^*��*��rf����i*s*'**��"tfc*^��^^��*T*^^^A^��^'**^****-*"*^  , ��� ��.������� -     , ����** - * i  -   *    - ','-    --j V     .   -*  ..  PENINSULA ORNAMENTAL  IRON WORKS  ,,  WROUGHT IRON RAIUNGR   4  AMP MI5CIII ANI'OUf. ORNAMENTAL  IRONiWORK'  Wionn 88*.70a? r 0P*7,6l��6 - 0>��-733O  P|<F.E r;STIMATIS  000000000000000000000*0000000000*^^^^  JANITOH SEHVICE  VVrlfpm* to Th*�� Floorshln�� Coast  HOWE SOUND  JANITOR SERVICE  SpuclolJi-u In Cleonlno - floor Woxlno  Sprpy "JhIfIno ��� Wln<li>w Clnanlno  RUG SHAMPOOING  Phono 886-7131 - Glbion*, 0,C>  li*'!^^'"-1*' I����4^# A*A iNttUx  * ���*        *    "V -      �����**.  m-wfiW 7-s pElilNSUIA, P*,UMBIN�� l-TD.  Sn|c*i npd Sorvlco  pnnti, rieailrtg Supplies, l:awcett Appllancon,  Sorvlco  nnd   Ropnfni 'o  Wnlur Sy��|pm�� nnd  ' ,'    i       PunipM, I'nio Rh|lmol��s.  Snppllofi for |lio Po-M^Vonrsolfon  Jock Marthnll Jock McLood  Horn, Mw-Kfly, 80A-7770  WENTAHS   ,  ������    ' ;   " "RENT JT AT"  THE RENTAL SHOP  at Davi�� fay  ��� "Wi Hflnt or Sftll Almosl |!ypryihino"  -... TypwrlHir* ��� Mah|lrt|�� Plan���� - "I ol��vlnlcin��  Huiu Tilliirs - Cpimwt (AIhw *, l-awn HflHo*  M<*>choMc'�� Tooli  PHOMRfl0*3*?84B ��� 2-1 HOUR SERVICE"  00000mm**m00m*000000**000000m00*0mi00*****^M**00^0m0m.  WCTAIIr..,8TOt|ESr^ a...... _ .i  APPMAHCPS'���- HARDWARE  HOME FURNISHINGS  Phono 8W-9713  ' ' Scow��'-~--'"'Lo*3fr*''''1' ,:"  SECHELT TOWING & SALVAGB  ��� LTD.   '���  Heavy Equlpmont Moving & Log Toyvlnfl  I-, HIGGS  Phone 085-9425   ,7,  mm*0*0mm0imm**00m0mi00*0*****m**m0000*000*0**m*0m00***m00,'  TRANSFER  !  'vfi  f*i  5-0,  LEN WRAY'S TRANSFER  Howsnliolfi Movlno, PqcMnOrStoraoo    .  PacMng Molerlals For Sa|o  ���Memt*"**r of Allied Van Une'V  Canodq's N,o, I Movors  Phpne 886-2664, R.R, 1, Gihsons, B.C,  ""HANSEN'S TRAN5FE|TItD  WARI-HOUSPS  Gibsons 886-2172  ���, DAIUY.SEI\VICEFROMA/ANC6uViSR-*^'��*i  SI-PVING THI; SpCH^TfENIHSUIA  ....   Furnlluip |o anywluiro lh Caflat,fak,���    '���  Gonnrnl Freight,  Law-bod and lioqvy Mlllnfl  1 ��'��'����������� mul ��� ����������� llmm ��� ��� ���' I  T.V. nod RADIO  SUNSHINE COAST T.V. SALES  fi, SERVICE LTD,  AnMiPAi* "rtivrf rMcrmfotif- pm frs  GorHon Oliver   -   Ed Nicholson  lii. TIia \hcir\ Of powniown Sechelt  Bok 799, Socholl* 885-9816  Q*ai\m on ' MQNPAYs  Phono 883-2513  HARBOUR SUPPLIES   ~ "'RnRiNARP'^FRiqC"7 "*"  PO. Bqh 158  Modoiro Park, 8,Cf  tlmmamm*00m,��������wninn iimniiii.i n m ,i .i��m um t nmm,.  UPHOtSTKRY -'   BELAIR CUSTOM UPHOLSTERY  AND DRAPERIES  PsiipliolMflflna - Pmstyllng * Cample"* Pwp��>.  S��ry|c����S��mpl��*i *hown In ft)*�� l��"ma  Phono QCI6.2Q*"-0 of for & p.rn.  , ��r 886-2873  P 4  ��:..;  ��������������  ���, *0 ��!4^.|**��%.Ml  i  r*~0***rr-**^**r*.MLjr.r*^^*^0^*^.\^**^*)**J*rJ^^  '.:���"���.'        ���*     ��� ���' "   /:*;��� ,    ,r -  '������'....' 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iwMwii^«*yffwwwiy«i»wiwMiiw(wiw^^ * V/ORK WANTED
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"A,'J,C,"—inlbvi^pierhory of    SEWMA   Park   HhH, : $5   per   GARPEN BAY 2 by.- porofofP PRIVATE   party   wishes'   to   tP08  ;?QNTIAC    pawsjenpo,
our Dcid and QrandacJ who      meeting. Ph, 885"D4»'-    '        ' able  home   ATQ   heat * FP , puvch^e water-front proper-      gqod   condition   thvou.ghqut,
-        ■        ■ r t    7343-tf-i    basement   1,16   acres,   85   ft, ty, Qibsons - Sechelt aVeps Not   ma'py extras. Phone 8'*'*-p7m.
-———-—--—-—-—' ■ waterfront with dock, $3*5000., lease land. PJippa P3-233& or
COMPORTABLi.   two   bdrm.    p^pafe.  oniy,   phl   903-26^2. (185-^48, •        .7807-3
house.   Redrooff...   Ph,   8{j|5-- 7660-3 -^—	
9387, 783^3 P
pasge^ * a"way    December*   4,
1068—The, Family
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>  Published W»?dnesdgys by   ,
Powl! River News Town Crier
» Secha|t Tinte'5 Utd,
I    •   at Sechelt, B.C.   .
Established 1963   ;
CARD 6f THANKS (confr.)
TO all our friends1 and neighbours, Poctors, nurses and
staff of St; Mary's Hospital,
our grateful thanks. — John
Watson and family.       7657-2
JIQOF repair's, odd jobs, cleanups, etc. Phone 885-0830, '
 =—- SECLUDED but accessible by
Housekeeping    room.     WWW. eood- lape^a acres be^
clean,   a 1  found   at   Selma tiful    well     elevated " unde«
Park. Working person. Phone *velopeci property, year round
""   't>1'   ereek, some ocean view, near
Secret    Cove;    $60,000,    WiU
CUTE cottage, "t bedroom,
Large leyel lot. fruit trees
and landscaped. Mmnicipal water. Principles oply^ To view,
885-3153- after 6:0Q p.m,
CARPENTER,   will  do   small    WINTER accommodation avail-
Jobs,  reasonable   rates.   Ph,       able from September, Separ-    accept  some  terms, BqK  310 _ REDROOPS Road—Lot 75' -x
evenings   886-7461.
&w 1
Member, Audit Bureau
'  of Circulations.
•  .     Sept. 30, 1971
-   Paid Circulation 2478    .
A? tiled-with the Audi? Bureau _
ot Circulation, subject to oddit.*
Classified AdYprtising-t?tot««:
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Extra line? W words) r^-^Oc
, (this rate does not apply to
copnmercial Ad-Briets)
Pox Numbers '. 10c extra
50c Book-keeping charge is added
lor Ad-3nefs not paid by
publication date.  •'
Legal or Reader advertising  35c
per count line.
Subscription Rates—
0y Mail:
Local Area _- $6.00 */'*
Outside Local Area ..$7,00 yr.
.U.5.A. $900 yr.
1 WISH to thank Dr. Burtnick,
Dr. Kassen .and the pursing
staff of St, Mary's Hpspital for
their ogre and kindness to my
liusbancl, and to my friends in
"Roberts Creek who so kindly
7666-4    ate imng rm. and bdrm. Bath-   pe*u*«ula Ttifies, Sechelt
•room with shower. Reasonable
rates.    At
Park   Motel,   Phone. 883-3456
good man over' 40 for short
trips -   surrounding     Sechelt,
Contact  oustomers.  We  train.
,   ,, , ,     , ,       Air   Mail   J.    B.    Dickerson,"
gave tothememonal iund Jqr    ^ _ Soulhwes,lern Petroleum
Corp.,   Ft,   Worth,  Tex,
TEXAS OIL Company—needs    under new management,
" ■■  ■      " 7534-tfn
my husband.-^Mrs. S. McLean
_i\nd family, 7645-2
MR; P, J, Dyer takes pleasure
-in announcing th*e engage-
merit of his mother,' Mrs. P.*
Irene Green to Mr, Robert D.
White, bpth of Gibsons: The
Wedding will take place on
Februar-y 26th, 1072, the time
and place will be announced
later. * 7662-2
salal Wanted
If you are browned off,
try me.
.$10.00  yr.
Special Citiiens,
Local Area  _
'Canada  —^—
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extends Best Wishes to tho hoppy
ALCOHOLICS, Anonymous —
Meetings 8:30 p.m., Thurs*
days,, Wilson Creek Cominuii"
fly Hall, Ph. 885-0327, 880-
2343. 4079-tfn
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WISH to contact'"Litter  Day
. 3uintn members, Plione 885-
2175 or 886-2540, 07(lfl-tfn
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2 BR home on large view lot. Owner now rebuilding, redecorating
and also building a 3rd  BR in  basement.  Oil  furnace,  stove,
frig. Can be bought now for $14,0.00 with terms—as remodelling
progresses, price will be accordingly higher.
r^--;   ; ■-,;--"';-,*"-6ARDEN-BAt:;':7
310 ft. waterfront, ovet 3 acres on 2 separate parcels. Very
large home—^6 (could be 10) bedrooms^—-an excellent start for
a fishing lodge and resort. -Good beach, lots of floats, $70,000
full price, good terms. Or house can be purchased with 100 ft.
' waterfront lat-for $42,000.
I Vi  acres of semirWoterfront: parklike  view  property.
Located just above Madeira Park gov't wharf.
Lot 11 is a largeyiew lot-^85 by &50.M>pk for our sjgn on lhe
property, Pf'icecl at $5,000 with terms.
New 2 bedroom 864 sq.  ft,  model-home,  Electric heat,  stone
fireplace, wall lo wall shag carpets throughout. On choice semi-
waterfrbnt lot overlooking Pender Harbour and close lo store and
marina. Full price $25,900 with .$5,000 down.
Lot 14—90 ft,—$ 13,000,        Lot 20— 100 ft,—$ 14,500,
'      Lot' 16—125 ft:—$13,500,    ' Uot D-ir-98 fl,—*$l0,500,
Lot 19—75 ft. $12,500.       .   Lot 15—,135 ft.—$I6;000;
Lot M—80 ft.—$10,000,
85 ft. waterfront lot dl Earl Cove—$.13,000,
Approx, 275 ft, waterfront, Garden Bay—$26,000.
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WOQD—Ou liccqmhcr I 1071,
Kl|h Wood of .Went.So'dibll,
iiK'-"t H-'l yoiiffl, Survived by
■■two.hoiih; Alan nf Socholt mid
Hobui'l nf, I'/iwoll I liver, Klvo
<limulltf>i'H'! JVli'H, ,J, (llcirlljii)
I'uwoi'H nl' Yan'ipuvui', Mm. "yV.
(Violot) CIHinoDH uiul Mih. it,
Mono) I'lii'ti of I Hi ri in by, Mi'n,
A. (J'lkiinor) Criidl nt Hull-,
flower, Ciillfnrnlii und Mm, N,
(Kny) 'JliuiHon of SiHilidlt,
Tlilrly Ki'und - (ililldrou mul
■ fuurimin /{rail. Hi'Hiul-i.'Mldron,
ltov, I), I'nppin und rutv; Cun-
ill)  Alllll   (illMHUI  ('OI|(|ll('|l)(l   tilt)
liinonU Hftrvlcn In St, Jllldu'H
AiikIIwui CJin'|;eh( Sw;)i(ill, 0«-
cunilHti* Alh, C|'0|iihII(hi. Jn Iinu ■
ol' I'Iowhih! doruillnim miiy bo
Hindi! lo Cirumi fCuurt S<nil<ir
Clll/iiiui llotiutH, Smihnlt. llni-
vovAFiiimi'iil 'Hoidh [)ii'«xiloi'H,
""AJ :„,,  i _     :,    7flU(|.i5 ,
11*71, Hid'llm I', WHln-Hi'of'
Hi'iilmll, iiiiii i|l) ym, nui'vivdd
by Imi' lovlni! buitbund John,
ii" imii"! .Mnrllii Sifliiiliilcd nf
N<!wroii'in'lliiii<l; ))nll/{liiH Helium
idnd nf Viiiicouvnr; nun (IiiiikIi-
l«r N|i'/i; A, J'), (Murjoi'lo)' I'll- '
jtor oJ' Siirn.'y'; 11) itniiidi;liild-
i-iiii. und lii uvwit 4U'undclil|il",
run, Hny, Jl, A|lnljy I'lindiH'toil
n nioii)oi'liirnii)vlco In llio Bot-
hul Jlaptlrtt Chui'dh, Soi.'holt
on Dwdiiiboi' 4lh, Cr<inuilloi),a
AiTniiKOiiuuilH lliroiiKh Jliuv'iy
i*'un<*i'iil Jlnmo, Clllwijis. "'
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MAY 1 rxprmwi in.}' idiiri*r«i
tliiinkii lo Urn, Crotibyj f'iMd,"
If Mi Hl|d ' Vonbijruli mid Him
niiriK'/" mid' nln'1'f at SI, Mmy'n
HnHplliil, fin' hiHi, nKi'iilbml
rvire nrt«f tillrnhm ihtrlnf, my
twill llliu'i,ti. Aim) Jnwull'i.'ll
lliiuild! In'«<) mnny frhnnln for
"hJnclii«»M««. lo myMilf nnii my
w'Mi ,«ml a« *ij«.'dii| tlmnlvfi In
uorno wo/idorful Mnonyiii'oiu
blond . (lo'noi'H. — Jim JDnnn-
idoIicJ. Vfl73-a
Privately owned,  located at   Eprl Cpvc  Ferry Termin'il,   Exceptionally good|money,maker,• Full price ol ,$85,000 Includes land,'
restaurant, equipment, s|<lcV.„an.a...s,n')all KbXwso trailer.  $25,000
down or owner will consider all IracJes as down payment,
Apprux, 275 It, waterfront with over  1   acre. Good'• for cabins,
homo or hold for Invostment. Deep, sheltered moorage,>.Full price
'    • $?,6,000 wllh $13,000 down, , h
Approx, 3 acres o( tha llnost view property In I'cnclor Harbour,
', $17,000 with good terms, ■
Now, ptirllnlly "llnlfili(|i.| 2 BU 1,200 vi.'lt, hvm'o wiij) 6007f|, '(I,
t.unduc.l'j,  on Bb  ll, choice  wnlorfronl  lul, 'Full prlco  $20,5(
wllh terms,
■    '    7  LAGOON ROAD     '
.A vwry .oooil luillillnui lob,, En;.y wofking dlslqnco to w;lmo| nnd
Hloroii fit Mndalm Pork, Can.bo boiipht wlih^lw ,ilown puyji^onl,
earTcw—b^/^n ' ...
Larga -.oml-watorlront view lot (or $4,()00 coslvf
200 ||, wnlorlionl, linii 2 tmllnii.hocl hiilltllnuo, ,On pnvnd krkI,
V«jiy iilto prupoily  lur d«vo|opmonh  Prlcuildi   $22,!>00 wilb
.,, EARL COVE     ' •
4 A (""v^loib Milljuvtillolilu un'ihln 30 lot niUlly^ltin.J'r^ud.lfofn.,
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Cliulc« vluw loin on (i<\ lol MihdlvNon. I'licim hum ^<i,U00 lo
$0,000, .'ioino (.Inoioil reudy |or biii|(|inU,
SAKlNAW LAKlf ' '    ' ■   ■
„ Kl,|l iitim. wllh npprox, ,'i;i() (I, wntuiliuiil, lull niii.n $25,000
, -     (i wllh $8,500 down, '
,""  ~ MARiNATlT™''".'' ''  '    ,: .J-
I'm I Cpvc—'innflno, motel or subflivhlon tiltn nd|o|ninn lorry
loimlnol, A|)|iroK, 51 ocruu will) npiiiox, ' flfiO II, wolmlmnl,
1,300 |l, on Hwy, I Ol', full prito $75,000 with .$30,000 down,
 \".  ■ '     '. ~^gmont'"~' ''..-'
Ai/prox, ^60 fl, nl wolnrlrontopp on Ihis ftt ncr^ lol. lull pt'lco
( ..    ' $J»9,000 wllh $10,000 down,
r.„2. _ .^.^MoiijiiJjpS  : >„. ;	
I)«vh|()| Mil nynlloblo,
■Mony oib«f vl«w rind wniorfionl lolt In llifl Popdiir Ihnhhur tittm,
Mo^elra iWk, D,C,
Phono Pcndqf Harbour 603-2233
Six    100m    basement    home.
Gibsoihs, references $150 per
month    Phone   evening*   363-
4935  or  885-2122.   . .i)W-'Z
ROBERTS   Creek   water*ronf"""SU^eR^S tinclevelpp^d, view
executive two bedi^onlL-h^ie.    _ Property, VillHge ef SetsheU,
Fully furnished, References required. Ph.  888-731*8.      7682-2
SEMI furnished qptt-age^jtvail-
able untiJ May* 1st, 1972,
For reliable couple, nominal
rent, references requirgcteAt
Secret Cove, Ph.  885-9998,
HALL foi- rent. Wilson Creek
Community   Hall.     Contact
Mrs. M. HaJl. 885-9606. 7648-3
ONE monile home space avail-
able,   . Big    Maple    Trailer
Park.   Wilson   Creek. • Phone
885- 9513, 7245-ffn
KNIGHT Mobile Home, 2 hed-
room with air cond. Ph. 886-
2728. 7424-tfn
MOBILE Home, 12x65. 2, bedi^
^ rooms, complete with skirting and aluminum awning.
Only 2 years old. Phoned 886-
7187.   , 7066-tIn
268\ quiet area; IQ mipwteg
drive • from Sechelt. Close" to
sea ap^t good' fishing. Possible
well site on lot. $$900,00 cash,
Ph.   885-9654-     - 7678-tfp
Real Estate .& Insurance
Notary   Public   &.   Appraisals
" Gibsons. B.C,        -.—>
L.JN RQA.D, in the best part
.of Qibsons, tiike a look st this
dv-„n     7 ' five year old NHA built horned
$50Q;   qown   gives   possession"* which could be yoiij's for ON-
Lowe's Madeira WILL trade my $20,Q00 equity
Lowes, Mitfeira in North Vancouver commercial property leased at
$325 per month, fo*' waterfront property on Sunshine
Coast.-Phone 112-987-8585 or
write;; Mr- B. Nygard, 1405
Moody Ave., North Vancouver,
B,C, . . 7650,4
FOR SALE (Continued)
PRAWNS  ^s  «vail3bler frpsh
80 cents lb.  or .$1  cookect,
Also frozen. P|i, 83^^283,
7 wmui
"THE Las,t Spike", end, "The
Nfitiopcil Dream" in stock at
The Tiros Bookstore in Sechelt, /-' u the outstanding
colored pictorial of The Roy^}.
VJsit to the N,W-T. Justr45.95.
Phone' 385-9q54, 7635-2
GOOD local hay for sale, $1
■    hale- delivered. Ph. 112-946-
6568. 7570-5
GENDROM     baby     carriage,
1968  VOLKSWAGEN   Beetle,   .good  cond.,  converts  to  car-
1969 GMC 91Q, 4x4» warne
hubs, styleside, 350 V?. AU
heavy dMty equipt. Low mileage, condition pweUept, i960
Ford F25Q, 4jc4 warne hubs,
styleside736ft V8. AU heavy
duty equiRt, Very low mileage,
condition excellent. Ph. 883-
a243. 7492-tfn
1968 . MUSTANG.    CaUfqrnia
Speeial 302 - 4 spd, Best offer, Ph- 885-953Q. 7627-2
lane access, $30,000, Will sell
in 5 aero fclocks at $8,000 each,
Write Bok 310, Peninsula
Times,, Sechelt. 7483-tfn
large view  lot, level and all
services available, In area of
^new  homes, Don't  pass this
oi\e by.
Gibsons, B.C.
—- Phone 886-2000 -
4 pew tires excellent punning order, $1050, cash. Plione
885-0654, •       7679-tfn
1966 CHEVELLE Mailibu, V-8
auto trans.  2  door,  beautiful condition,  $1200  sacrifice..-
Ph:885r9654, 7676- tfn
SMALL  WUlys  Jeep.    CJ2A,
flat   head,     rimning   order;-
where is, as is; BrvimeU Lock-
yer lid,, Boberts Creek. 7646r4
1957"l3MC triiek for sale. Any
offer.   Ph,   885.-2853  after  6
p,m™. 7651-4
1969 CJ5 Jeep. Fully equipped,
low mileage.  Call  886-2901.
Eight Boarding Kennels. Ph.
885-4669. 7674-2
Multiple Listing Service"
Box 238, Gibsons, B,C.
home on  one  acre of  land-
This is. future  apartment  potential.
bedroom Jiome on one acre.
Land on North Rd. Good development    area.    12,700    will,,
One  lot 50x268" with, shed;
papally ■ cleared- .'Full   price
..;$3,400. ;.:..: ,      '*, ...r,■..:•,,' i   *
willi park like setting on
Park Ave, Has small home
witli foundation for bedroom
extension, $10,000 will handle,
Vancouver Real  Estate Board
PHONE ■-1388-2248
Notary Public
, Vjnce Prewer        886-9359
Wally Peterson     886-2877
Ron McSaycjney \ 886-9656
Bojt-23U, Gibsons, B,C,
;• ■    '    ,    ' 7U7I-2
MUST IW, SOLD; 11.21   Ann*
ChamberJain    ltd,,   Gilwiim,
. Jtural,     ul|-eady. •' sulnlivificd,
prjjced   wcJ|   under   uppi'iilhcii
vuiuc'.- OnJy $11,000,
acre fanncJU.', 2 bdiiu. u/l
Jmmi.sc, fenced puhturu unil um-
' buJJdingN, I'Jxcnllent nri.'u,rlii.-,i!
t(),c;ibHon«, wilb un (iiiriirii nl
I'ountiy living, SACltlKICI'; (,i
$|fi,li00, .',
'■Liirrlu Ciinii-'ii HH6-72'M ,nr
71''    W/J'*    -    )'|ol,)(irln    (,!n..-k;
CunipJuUiJy 'I'nnnviiUid 2 Ini-
J'lll.    CIlllll/JU,    |i,»W    IXHU'll,    I'S-
culhMii, KwiminlDK iii'nn, m-
oliiflim ninlchhiH hIovw, fi;l<lni(,
.wnnilioi' nnd dryoiv I'lrtiplni'd,
l>nli(y„ld|"iil foi"' roiin.iii)iiiii nr
Miiniiiw'  hl«hi«nwityT •■.
IM' WW * qillHONHi Op., „f
tlio nli.'ii,'it. liiiiiKui In Gllmuirn,
I I'M ly nn <ixi!i!iit|v<i Imlno, wiih
__SERV1CJL_   ,
, 7608-2
SELMA PARK—21 x 18 living
roenv with golden shag carpet Dble. vanity plumbing,
two bedrooms w/w carpets.
Loads of cupboards in handy .
kitchen.* Open for inspection
soon Price'cPto''"'sell at $20,800
W E.S T SECHELT — Large 2
level home, could be duplex. Dble. fireplace, 2 :bd'rms.
on main floor, Carport.-..^and
sundeck. Extra large treed lot.
Easy   walk   to   beach.   $32,000 *
SELMA PARK—Waterfront—
• 2 bedroom fully remodelled
home A-O heat, fireplace,
right on the beach. Asking
$27,000 F.P,
WEST   SECHELT—High   view
lots   28,000   sq.   ft.   each   in
new  home  area.   Heal   investment, $4,500 Full Price.
GIBSGNS-*-5    cleared,    ^cres^
on   paved   road   Some  fruit
trees,   Fenced,   $10,500   terms.
acres 42 x 72 cement block
building, paved road, water
supply, handy location for
storage warehouse. Priced Jow
at.$22,000. Terms,
Office 11110-2323   Home 1185-2053
Solum   Pink   Pivn, .8110-2323
HEY' ,   ,   ,   WHAT'S  THIS'''',
A 3 bedroom Garden, Bay view
homo Unit just' bos to be
C!J,ND'Eft*3l,LAI Behind her
(luster you'll find u modern-
kitchen, now- fiiniaco, copper
pipes, 220 wb'b'8 and >u
(blush) conci'Qlc .foundation,
CJlvo her a new drew, u.-IUU"
nwiko-iip and waldi -wr kI»|>-
filHlorH turn gromil SIiu'h yourn
lorniily $11,000,00 , , , (Jiv<i
Imr « iliiinblo  and   iihn'll   m*
turn   your   alTunllon   with   u
-tidy profit u» buiifll
2  YOUNG  female
sale.  886-2084.
LV $6,500 DOWN. Then ar
range for a look inside, ypu
Will free large living room with
WW and corner fp, roomy
combination kitchen dining
room, modern bathroom, utility, and THREE bedrooms. A
well planned house, com-^
pletely insulated. Full price
$24,000, phone us to find out
to finance the balance at payments of $150.00 per month.
Not many houses like this
available on these terms—act
nowT* "**'.
location on Marine Drive,
'-we-offer an OT cotfage, well
built, worth fixing up and livable now, with furniture in-?
eluded. Big lot (112x140)..with
168'   on   North   Road.   Asking , unserve now. 885-9797
pnly. ;$1J,000>   (Try^ ypur:-aOf- I l._.'._. ..'	
goats for
'   7644-2
bed, complete with-carr. pad-
parcel basket, $40. Ph, 886-
2977.   . '•       7658-4
22FT. motor home se,lf cou-
lained, air conditioning and
all deluxe features. Low milage, price $10,500. N. Hoffar,
R'.R. 1„ halfmoon Bay, B-C.
Phope  885-2253, 7659,2j
ONE   Jubilee   trumpet   with
case, $25. Ph. 885.9336.
•   -'■—.  . N    7670-*^
Canvas—Boat Hardware
Compiesspd air service
(1971) LTD.
Phono 886^303* Gibsons, B;C,
SILVER  black   pant  suit "for
$60   new,   sell   for   $25.   Also
. Electric wall heater and thermostat, $20. Ph. ''885-9485.  ,
BE A PIONEER. Here's almost 3 acres; with stream,
up above Beach Road, Gower
Point. Access is from the highway, but there are pathways
to the beach. $6,000 FP. (MLS
most desired c-o mer complete with two DUPLEXES,
overlooking the Harbor, witli
immaculately kept grounds,
with fruit trees a,ud-patios, .and
outside storage sheds, for every unit- Two units 2 bedroom
and fireplaces, electric ■ heat
and 2 units one bedroom.-carports, all very modern. This
is a revenub property and
sound investment. .(Details on
request and viewing by ap-
puiitlmenl only,
UI16-2"3K1 The Action Line
HOME-witl) a view over Howe,
Sound, neat Stucco one Bdrm
bouse with purl 'buseme'nt,
fireplace, porch, auto oil heat,
clo.se to transportation and
shopping. FI' $12,000,
Call us ut I1WJ-24IU
- ly 'wi*Ual«?i>lai'va Mm), full
banement home on Hpacious
7fi ft, lot, fireplace, hardwood
floors, van ity. bathroom, finished rec, room close to tlio
Ocohii In ix nice flat I rood
-urea. F,P. $2(1.300 with terms,
.,    "H'l^llll
'Guild hI/,oi| lot on Highway'     ,:■........:..'.'.    $3,500,00
J5niU!|i Avniiuc 007c 150 Ready
Jn Build       ,.  $4,000,00
HuHcli.Avninui 75 K 400, Pui'lly
Cleared  $0,000,00
LuiiMduki View Lot'^ $3,1150,00,,
I'lionu IIIKI-2-IIII
FRENCH    Bulldog    pups,    5
weeks   old.   Ideal   pets.   Ph.
886,9641. 7640-2
APRICOT,   cream,   black   and
brown    poodle    puppies for
Christrrias,   $50,   $60. and  $75.
FOUR-O-EIGHT   Boa rding
Kennels, Frances Ave., HaU-
moon Bay. .Ph. - 885-9469. Book
now for Christmas. 7654r3
IF   IT'S   suits—it's   Morgans.
885-9330, Sechelt, B.C.
FOR sale 9 transistor 12 Volt
• walkie talkies, $400 new,
asking $200. Ph.  885-9800,
LARGE size    fawcett    heater
with  pipesi  $3Df    Ph.   886-
2026.      ' 7655-2
BRAND,pew -0 piece bedroom
vsuitei still In  carton; $375;
Ph.  886-2138. 7653-4
Member of the Multiple Listing -Service
WEST SE€HELT  No,  2306/2307
2 large view'lots on black lopped road, ono is a big corner lot.
$1,000 dqy/n gives possession either lot, bglonce at $75 moplh
at B Vis % 1 Zoned *12„ hops*3 or mobile home. NiceT^TrSed)* qeotle
slope, Peter. Smith, 885-9463 eves,
DAVIS BAY *"* No. 1876
Check this value, lot on blacklopped road, facing water, approx.
-,_size 90x280, cleared, small older bush, Full prico $5,000, with
$2,000  down,   try  YOUR  oiler.  Peler  Smith,   885-9463   eves.
WI1! ci.in'l nu) ii DiiIIiiii Rmi'vIijii , /VC|tKAOK \"    ■
,iw|lh JiihI nun ludy, ho Imrci'H    ?M Aiinm wMln vlow $4,700,00
thrtw' i)ini'»i ynu ■Hh«iu|d nincl!
/V liirgii.3, binli'Diiivi I'iiiicIhh* nu
M sweeping view il"l, nvci'-
'lnciUInu Gurdeii Ray; This onn
Ih ni'idnrn plim.und liim p toi ity
going at $10,000,00 (Blonde).
An atlriicllvn 2 biidnipin low-
I Hiil biiii^iiliiw OD a lnvi.'ly,
rtlnplug hull' ucr'a, '''IijIh io-
riKjitUillad mid epinlptoliily jikhI-
orn boinn Ih all "law Iriimaiik'
tlVt Acrim ClninilKinJalii
ltd,     - .    $7,500,00
(i Acnm "ChMHliir IW, $11,500,00
I,i|l| Acnm V«ti'«i»«   ■'
|{i|,         .      «i0,000,00
2 Aur«» CIuihUic  ltd, $4,000,00
15,11 Awm on Highway   \J",.,.' , $22,000,00
0'/,i Aiirnti Qrang«i
;n«i :	
iia'-MptieininiJiii'-vhiw <»f-■lll^wl^^■l««U<*^-l^M•kl^ut•.«l^d.4ow^|»^luulU.,u™»^JJ1jJ|^
1 Hiiiuid, and www imppi'il
iiioiiiiliiliiri, ifiiinptoluly prlviiin,
wnll-IO'Wiill " UiiiHiiiliinil, A
'jiuihI,' In until'
11111', W/J*' >' WJOT MIMJIIKI.T.
A|i|ii'iix, 1,11 iiiiiim, low tini'iily
bmicli, nil li!vn| land, boiuiii,
I'h I pliin irniJii, plim fi i'iiin|i|ci-
uly inudirru 3 bilrm, pout nml FINANCING Ih rm prubluin on
Ihiiih   hniiH*,   I'Minptob'ly   I'm-    :..i\wm iiKiiullniit )'»iiiilii|' llni':
pi $14,000,00 (Ih'lllUillo),
1 low about !i lniilropinH, "bnnti-
lll'ul Klli'lmii aud ii Inifi')
|Iv1ii|!-'HmIii/i roiilblillilluii mi>
n duixirb view iiwn nvni'luiih",
|iw| Malimpllia IMviiWt .Ivllubl.
jiVd bn had for ai'imnd $|3,i
000,00   (ih'dlK.lld),
Kn» Ci'imby
lay Vlii*'*'!!
. $13,750,00
- ••UljO-2031) '"
, IIH5-230O
Nearly an acre of layely level around, access to level beach, Wpter
& Hydfd washrooms" with bat &. cold showers e|c. ExcoHant
Campsite, pul mbbile home on for living on! Ihis good lepso properly. Owner anxious to sell, will consider qll oilers, loss Ihon
, $5,000 total prica, Terms*., Peler Srnllh, B85-?|63 eves,
SECHELT        '    ' ~"    ~" : No, 2363 ■
'Lovely vipw up Sechelt Inlet from 3 bedroom modem homo oiv
larga, fully fenced' lol, Cone > walks, blacktop drive and double
carport.  Homo Is well  finished  and maintained,  with anto/Vlil
'l)eat ond'2 fjr6plados, Abpyi; $6,000 down will put yoM in possession, Dan Hadden. 885-9504 oyps.
90 ACRES WATERFRONT   " No. 2175
Unspoilod ?0 acrcs'Of waterfront |nst 20 miles from Sechell by
boat, No roads, no neighbours, 2 streams, approx, 3700' of
shoreline, Try a group of |0 or 12 Ip ptuchoso this rare
recreation properly, $34,800 down, full price $120,000,. Pop
Hodden, 885-9504 oves,
(wni|iMl^w*(M'i#Mi«i'i«*'w,A''Jv|'|.l ,)
lllithed.    Willl'lo-Wllll    JbruilHll'
"id, ' 'in.-,'
ClIUHONHi   l.ni'KH    ImlldhiH
IpIh,'itxrHtoiit Ini'iillun, i'Uw
, in (i>|oryiliJn(t, on itlliairvlivft,
Muni, b«i Hold! $3500,
.hiiin iiiiii'l*: "inn}.7^J»l nr
I'iMIUI   ol«l«'l'   liuiiin,   III    Hire,
fll'ilu,   IaliUjuii;.   vluw,   I'liiMi   li,
il bn|)n,    M'liPol   ule,,   nu   nil
wrv|H'«, $M,0H0,
..Lurrlu' tilriird; IH1U.V244 «.,.
MqcGRIIGOR pacific  ,
MM/ry uw,        -
Box 700," p\)mm* 110,
Van Dln'icti «f|5»3l,'13
Moiir  llnrvmn  ,  .   ,  «Imm«,' fall
.jpelt Hnrinnn at IWWIM,
, ■  7     GJbrioiin"
. IiAIK'111   Irl'iiidly   wllli"   *0'"',y
laliliy Tnip-i'iil. h'"'ial tJnvn
until,  i'h. Illlii-WM:       70111-2
li» * ft."Kllll'f«<JI#AH» lioal, 'M
lin'rHiiiiiinlni', Can bn n«ai|) at
.'•|«IM  Cowrhr HI,, Heuliolt,   I'll.
Iillf).f»ll|0, '       7047-3'
,,,,i:„.„:_,..7....„....,„,r,.^...„,., MAKINA... :__ ,._777..._..
1900 (I, UmuIUmI lfJ^Q UairitiuQ. 39 qcros filh beach,
(Ix, 'tiwlmmino, (IshliiO; IxxilliiO.. 2 cahlns/lflO car
jKiiklmj, Somo lnc(jm«, ptiilUno A (jus s>olos». Poioittlut.
Unlimited-*™*Irollor |itirk—oioUl— riauiiKi -luilrjii-—
raritals, FULL PBICf; $155,000, Torm*' To Reliable
Party. Plione 25/1-1060*afte^ 6 p,m. Write, |/162,
East Ut, Vancouver, R,C,
Over one ocro semi .wnlorfronl view |o|( uiio f)0'x560' op Hwy
101, Vk miles West "of Secliell, Op ■ hvdro, phono and dislricl
yyqior, Full price $6,500, Pon Ikultlcn. B05-9t>O-l,
WEST Si:C|IEt,T    '        '       ' " ' No, 2381
I'xcollenl view; -Y\ n.cip rjcrnss rnnr| Irom nonlrnnl; ripprox,  120
||, paved rnnd fn>iiUlO'i, Cily writer, phon'u nnd hydin ore iivuil-
'nhlo, Full price only %7JW, Hub Kcpl, 80b-946|ev6s,
. ibAVIS BAY ' ' ~~ No, 2124
A prostloo, 3 bodrorim homo bllunipd on double |o| Willi pohormnic,
unobstructed view. Conslruclod by, competmil builder |n heller
Ibniv N,HA rofjulrnmonth. *En miIio.W well nt, ynnily botb on
ninln tlfior nf 1800 sq. li, I'or ihe lady nl iho housu— n hiluhi,
modern kllchon bn a unexcelled view, An qppoinlmoni? Hop Kent,
'  GlfJSQNS   „ "      ~ '   ■■7 NOi 2m '
Commercial hulldlnn*, 9!iQ mi, fl, I lour bporo fiir"»inifliprli,e. BOO
sq. h. Hvlna wijba nnd 3fj() *,»|,• it, orincx'ln Inst developi'in cupi-
( nmrckil npin  Full |'rlnu>.4B,000P00 wMl) ■H0,000,0()„down, Jnck
Woifi, 006-2681 eyes,
; GlllSOfHS' , , ^""' ~ ~T~"   ' Nf), 23fl.>.
Irnnspoilnilon   Cnr-pori, dliilnn room 'nllllly riii'il nmple close!
spoco, l-ovY down iwivniiini will;boiidlo, ^OOO.OO Full pf|co, .
JntlvWnni, l\fU>-Ul)\,
„..,.,     ., ,     , ' No, nw
'll Iqr Iiiiuii, vlnw, level lul, Hii|,m ywur Inuns lru|n it'/OU
, Jnck Worn, 11116-26111, 'n     ■"'""•   ' \ >*
I'OKI'Olfili IIAY        " """ '"   .     '      No, 230/'
inoulllul Soullieip Giluni.il Mylo solid 3, U.K. Fmnlly ll'inio, in
lOWly eyeiiiieen Mtllini), Wide vlow nt Ser;|iu|| |n|o| with mountain bnekdrop, »iiip» |<» of,„,|y Iwnch,, Ful| hsipt,. nn-SW|tn plmbp,.
Lnli"ka! ?hNn' rry ^'JT ,|[lvy',' iwyinonl or trodo on lull piici. ol
RETIREMENT GIHSONS RURAU ~", "       -No, 23//
All sei up ready Jor occuponcy,. Cared«« and qcnnnnikql llvlnn,
ihroo bodrnoip (|2k60) rno|»||o home, on Concrete foiini|niion,
Alioched fninlly nioni mid ntllily mum,! I'ny«d drlv«woy, Uvul,
liently londsaipu.! lot In qulm In'uiilun, Rnuionol wuliir line
^ffftiy?^  ^JU-MmwK.
A5K FOR OUR itcE CAtALOGUl; OF MM kU I Al li ' '      ,
Box 12^ Sechelt
* Ml**^***^!**!*^ +4*+.0. s   ^  ~1P=.L  LEGAL NOTICES  p^yw^r^,. ^?,^iy.s!W^*nrl��^*^i!'V|' H'ii'^lT'V^^T^^TT^  TOi-TIMOTHY'fpQE-Rs, *"  Talce Notice that ah action  lias .beep commenced against  ynu in Ihe Vaiipppver Registry  nf Hie County Court of British  Columbia, 1071, No. 7090 by  Bowejl McLean". Motor.* Cp.  Ltd., Plaintiff, in which the  Plaintiff claims against, the  .'Defendant damage*^ sustained  hy the Plaintiff as a cnnse-  qufelicp of l|io ^Defendant's  breach of contract to purchase  a motor vehicle from the  Plaintiff on/or about May  27th, 1000. c      -  AND That it has beeirord-  ereckthat service of the Writ  in the said actidii on yoii be  .effected by this advertisement.  If you desire to defend the  said action, you must, within  twentyrPne, (21) days from  the publication of this adver-  tisement..inclu.sive of fhe day  of such publication, enter an  Appearance at the Vancouver  .Court House, HOd.West Georgia 'Street,. Vancouver, li\.C.  In default pf sifelr Appearance,  .ludgernent ','may be entered  against you,  "ANDREWS & RWINT.ON,  Solicitors  for the  Plaintiff. _.      *  ���7��42-.pub. Dec. fl, 15, 1071.  r *     7'V *'rr��� %\\ ) sVtfA.-.y. '\'Ar   :>*; -,,* ���***  r.        -'                                           '"���   *2**'      *%           1 f             *          **            0                           *          I    'J                4        1'                            ��*"           **  a          *             *     * * j                                               j   *i        *���*���**    jr       *i  ----- -���*--"- ����������- ��� --._*���     ���    ..      - _.      >_      ._   ������ _    ..     .. .       uj,* _.**_ -_��� _ ,.j.u _* i^l*.^.*,.    ��.. _.a ".if t.  ii^ ��� ^���^������������a   .������  mm*.M  \  '      I  ; ������ i  ^      Y    jl-  \'t  *>   ^  FORM NO. 1  "LAND  ACT  - NOTICF, OF INTENTION TO  APPLY FOR A DISPOSITION  OF CROWN LAND  In Land Recording District  of. New Westminister Group  1 and situated Secret Cove,  B.C.  -Take notice "-thatMr. J.s W.  Mercer and Mrs. J. S. Mercer  of Secret Cove, B.C. intends  lo apply for a disposition of  the following described  lands:  Commencing at a post planted "SouflTwest cprner of Lot  (1975 and extending- in line  Mi feet past and in due line  wilb the N.W. boundary of  Lot 60 thence due west 92  ..feet thence due south 52 feet  ��� thence approx. due East 120  ^feet thence approx. south east  " flOQ- feet; thence approx. dpe  id&l 142 feet to south east cor-  jlei of Lot li'Mh, and containing  fi acres, more or less.   -  , The purpose for which the  ^disposition js velrjnired is ex-  ' lyinsinn of moorage to,pxjs'(HVg  ^prina.  ^Q?IN   WIWJAMS   MERCER  JEANNIK S. MEltCJiiR  J   *    70��;i-pub, J')ec. 0, JO,  joyi  j  t.  t  1  1 $  '  PENDER HARBOUR  TABERNACLE  x ���..^_.('u,n^0,T"idc"l0n'*il)  SUNDAY SqHPOt AND BIBLE CLASS  ,9,45 a;m,  Madolra Park ������ 883-2374  CHURCH SEBVICE���lliOQ AM?  Paitor Ray, Waher S. Ackroyd  SUNSHINE COAST  GOSPEL CHURCH  JUndenomlnQflqmql) '  Si/inday School ��� 10)00 o,m,  Church Sorvlcoy-r l'slS q.m,  , ...... tvonino Sorvlco 7|30 p.m.  PASTOR REV. S. CASSELLS  Payli Day Road and Arbutui  (2 blo<;ki up from Hlohway)  Fund Reiser /  Oh display in the J. Ilgrvey Stove, T^W Orphans Fund Displpy, lias don-  . Gibsons, this attractive oil painting,  ated this painting to raise money for  is the. work of Mr. L. D, MacLaren Branch     38    OAPO.    Recreational  tvho \o0\i iip painting as.a hobby Pi��id   Mr   MacLaren is Branch 3B  four years ago, Mr.^ lyTapLaren whose president   The winning raffle ticket  paintings were jselectefj for tfjp CK- will be drawn December 15th.  Wind-tip smorgasbord 00 ��  Halfmoon Bay- Auxiliary   ^^  I10M& successful supper  VERY   happy   and   successful   srnm'gas^     loin* of Lions' Gate Hospital might liave  bord   supper   wound   up   tbe  year's     proved a very useful experience, but the  activities of the ^jsitfmoon. Bay Ausiiimy     pj'ty was hurried through the hospital  to St.  Maryl .Hospital  on  Monday, -No-     on a carefully marlied rpute in the s'hprt'-"  ������ve*nber'2Q atth.erhome pf Mrs. Eva Lyons.*'"^estippasible time. This proved particular-  The_" long supper table  Was  laden \yith,     ly   frustrating   wlien   they   had   to  \v9it  dishes   of  chili,  spare  ribs,   meat balls,  chicken and many interesting trimmings.  After supper lhe Christmas draw took  place and' winners were Mrs. Rob Wilkinson who won the hair dryer ^donated by  Mrs. Mary- Harvey,  Bob  Ellis'who was;  the winner of the alarm  clock dpnaledi  by the T. Eaton Company and Mrs, Qrelg  Jorgensen .who drew  a cup and saucer,  "the gift of Millar and Coe of Vancouver.  In the absence of president Queenie  'MemVMfs, Keith Comyn topic the ciMr7>��e7^g! ^ <S rI\eSt'f ?  foi-Mhe' business meeting.  A letter wris?  ^erA-TOs&^  "* - - -       -   ������������������������*"    ���._--���" >yt.  the ejection, pf  pfhsej-s_Jiir 4JQjf^  the fpllpwing we|-e elepted by acclam^-  tion,. President, Mi'S.vJack Burrows, vicer  preSvMl's, Ii. Coipyn, spc.-rtreas". Mrs. A. Jf;  ItHllierfQrd, Appointed |p committees  we're Mrs. Cook (volunteer) Mrs. Hop"  Henderson (Thrift "3)��np)' iVfrsi ' Huby  Wtd'ne ((publicity).       r  ���^Thb   ptJX|���meetipg   wi'lrbc   nt*1 Ui%-  , TUiby  VVarne's . home ,nn  ,Tanunr.y   17ih,  ..^PHlher    pppmitting,   Mi's.   I-ynns    wns  ,,������ ,..������.       ,    ,    .���   ,.       7yhi'nt|yMhinii*edfiir the i��se of her hnnie  'hero was discussmn abnnt gift sinP    for   he .Smorgasbord  dplies, The Auxiliary will be reHpi,)tsible  '������~^^--3L^ln!lI!.l!L,:_^__^._.���._!.._  fpr stiiffini? the gift nhpp, on <rh)\m}uy^'"^  bi|l nplniojis were exproHscd llinl i|)n'prp-  ��iint.2 p.m.'Indt"p.m'.���:.ditty wus riiiflpiig  nnd Unit Jlini'i! Hlmiild-be oiinippec hrppk,  , Mm.';ii]d. Cook who bnd Im0|i'Jim  AuKillufy'fl dolofjdio lolhu'27I|| nhmipl  (���onfei'onci! pi ihe lloini, Vnnwniivpi'from ���  Ocliilinr 10-23, gnve ix |!ni|ipi'e|)i)||H|yp re-  purl on lliu (joiiforonce, Rpe ru|)or|ucl  ibid while much nf it Iind |ippn InleroHl-''  iiilt'ni'Kl Inslriu'live, she did pul '"fob)' n|m  bud 'hi'iiHKhi. Inmio , (i gi'tud' dim| ||p'i|  would bo Imlpful in llm inqmbom, |mi'|iii-  'ullirly coiisjdpi'ing llin nxponoo' lnyplved  in winding 11 ilolpiioio; 8h�� full ||)|ituio  ^read-from the administrator of St. MaiV's  ' ^Hrtspifal*" ficknoweldging  $(10 which  Iipd  been'donated in memory of the Inlo J. II.  (Tlqrry)  MpLnni1!  fpr ||ie  pipciiase pf  p'  mobile ljiiraj-y which will bear ins nam**!  engrjived oh 0 brass phile. The jec|-e-  lary, Mi'.i.'A. J. ftutherford, ndVised meni-  |ip|ij fluit 'tlie iiii puintipg by .fipi ]\feechr  iin, which w^s (p memorial to���-|.|i'e late  Mprgiierile Menso, hpcj now Jiepp hppg  in'Uie extended cmo unit.  piltside.in tbe cold for 1 M> hours for the  bus t!iial was to pick them up.  A|l. things considered, the members  fplt that the cost pf sending so many d"?!fe  gates represented a great deal of .-hard  work in raising money and it w*3s considered that two delegates, from the whole  araa bringing back a good report io be  circulated among all the auxiliaries' would  prove jiist as satisfactory at a very niilPJl'  recjuced expep'se. Mrs-'Copk was. giyep a-  hpgr.ty   vpfe   pf   thapks   fpr   ta'jqng   ihe  Poet's Corner ;  -  __ -_,- r* , \  ���AYOUT rpfttribtttiotts are invited.  LAK[aPALE py the; SEA  by M��. Ksy Wott  Ut  h<i\e a littje-cpttage  11* >u n he^-iiY-th0 sea,  11    just a fcosy little horpe  cm 1 suits i��s to ��'~"Tee".  bi winter 4lj the breakers roqr  and  i plash the se^-foam  on the  shore,  in Miiumprtinrte the waters dance  uith moonji'f'irfh'i ^hipin^ just like glass  Ami as J IopK across the sep'  m> soul is filled witil ecstasy, "���  the snoy capped mountains looking down  in silence qpaiding all Howe Sound  lhe mqpnhght waters silvery bright  tiinilu liftle tdgs that ppss by night, ��  .naj then into this shimmering light  tin  langdale Queen corcjes into sight.  ���Jlci  lovely Hpes all blue and white  unh window's glowing in the nightv  -in giMitly buns at oip front door  tin n  giarefplly  slips into  shore  Sometimes \ye to the city go  ^iiul \\iitch tbe crowds walk to and fro,  wiih luunble heaits we hurry home  mil   gralefiil thanks to "God alone".  i whisper "oh1 lucky me"  in live at Langdale by the sea.  A, POEM OF UNPRAISE  Hail the mighty hunter ^ ' ~  Whp shpws no trace of fear  As he ; invades tl\e wilderppss  To fighf tlie brutal deer.  He r^tes our nation's gratitude  As  he risks  his  veiy  lite  Facing .fierce  ferocious  fawns  Armed but with bow and knife  Oh  mighty  valiant  hunter  There's nothing you won't dare  As ypu engage  in  mortal  cPmbat  A sqpivrel���or a hare. \   __  ^   And as you brave the freezing fawn  I low we admire your pluck  When you lum your lelescopic  Against  the  vicious  duck.  1 () fearless gallant hunter  You e^rn the nation's praise-  As you face untold dangers  Like the-knights of olden days.  A'��d  when  some  fellow   lumter  Shoots you with aim so true  -��� "As you bleed  to death, take comfort  He's a big biave man like you.  Felix DeCpla  EPILOGUE  So if you must  go hunting,  i bore's 'no need to maul and kill  In your shooting with a cameia,  And roam and shool at will.  Source unknown, but possibly  Giiggsville Wild Bird Society  Arts group presents  pdpiilar Marionettes  ON SUNDAY, December 12th |he Sunshine Coast Arts Council is present-.  ing the popular Dirk's Marionettes in a  new and fascinating perlormance "Carnival of.the Animals"'tn it lie music of SI.  ���SnensT '["he Marionettes, all made by M'"-  Diik Oeilel range Irnni very tiny to  three feci lull,  Ciime and bring tbe-.family lo the  Twilight Theatre, Gibsons on Sunday  Dec 12th at 2;W) pm. Children 12 years  and under Sllc. Adults $1.  Wednesday, December 8, 1971    * ffcp Peninsula Times*  ****"���''*'���     m,   m, *..... .- -  .      ..   ��� - *  Ppge A-5  yoii  ca  on Dec, 11 m %be-Mibmm cspd  &xm Piifri  ^S^^^S^^!^,  -n�� ..ag^ji  p^S^^SS  n7141  ���W%3i^^^^��^t-^*"^^^  &  '*&  s  n  1*6"  i*  -���** *;  *>Jse  Ai,  '    '      < -' A '      "'  Sunshine Coast Kiwanis Club  ^W��il��iiyiii*��iHrnifaiiMlW.��*Mii^ Mii^iii��frJi^a.��WwjMWi^ t""-^ ^"uiiijp-^t;Ftf "V" ii"rryl p*J-r^ >*��� ��� **-..���*..*- 5..BM^.*-. AJ.���.aa^j3g.^h-Jji.g^Ji.^J^t, .s.,^nj*0*tA..fA  Does Your Cluh or Group report #s  Activities Regularly to The Times?  ���r_���  VILLAGE Of GIBSONS  Public notice is hereby given to the-electors of the Municipality of  the ViUqge of Gibsons, B.C., that q poll has bpcpme necessary at the  election now pending'; and that I hqve granted such poll* a'nd^ further,  thaf the persons duly nominated gs candidates at the said election, f��r  whom votes will- be received, are:���  Mayor���for a two (2) year ferni, 19727ohd 1973     -   -  Surname  Other  Names  Office  Residential  Address  GODDARD   Kenneth E.  Mayor   1592 Abbs. Rd.  Gibsqns, B.C.  Occupation  Merchant  PETERSON   Walter O.  Mayor   1318 Gower Pt. Rd,   . Real Estate  Gibsons, B.C. Salesman  Such poll will be opened ar.tfip Miinieipal Hall on the 11th day of  December 1971, between.the hours of 8 a.rp. and 8 p.m., of which every  person is hereby required to taKeinotice gnd govern hirpself accordingly.  Given under my hand this 29th c|ay of November, .1971.  , '    F. JEAN MAINIL,  Returning Officer  Public notice is hereby given* to the electors of the Village of  Gibsons of election results qt the close of nominations at 12 o'clocK  noon/ Monday, November 29, 1971:  There being no further nominations I declared elected by acclamation the following candidates:  As Aldermen���for a two year rernv���1972 and 1973     .     ,  Robert Edward HUME, Instrument Mechanic, Aldersprjngs Road,  Gibsons, B.C.  Winston Franklin ROBINSON, Businessman, School Roqd,  Gibsorfs, B.C.  As School Trustee���for a tyo-*year tei**-***!, 1972 and 1973, to represent fhe Villqge of Gibspns op fhe Boqrcl of School District  Agnes M. Labonte', Housewife, ] 650 School Road, Gibsons, B.C.  ,   One Alderman���A one year term (a separate election).  No nominations were received. An qppointment vyill be made by  Council in accordance wilh the Municipql Act.  Given under my hand Ihis 291 h dqy of November, 1971.  "~ F. JEAN MAINIL,  Returning Officer  The United Church of Canada  SERVICES  St, Jolnn'i United Church . Davit Bay  Sunday Sorvlcos�� Vi30 n,m.  Robert* Crook United  Sup/lny SorvlcoR * *"V,**Q p,rp,  Qlbioni Unltod Church  Sundoy fwvlw - II118 o.rn.  Port Mellon Unltod  Sundqy Services �� 7130 p,m  (2nd nnd 4th Sun'lov5)  Ministry  Rev,  'Im WHIIniiifion - Gihsons - 0116-2333  Roqdy w|ten yau call  THE HOMESTEAD  "���;���,.'.','    Wilson CreeK s  Field Rd, a|  Highway 1Q|  r**    X,  f Baptist; Church Services  BBTHEU BAPTIST CHURCH  Mormald and Troll, Sechelt v  Suii'lny School lOiOOn.m,  Mqrnlna'Worsljlp MilBa.m;  CALVARY BAPTIST CHURCH  Parle Rd;, Gihsons  Sunday School 9;4fvam.  Evening Worship 7;00 p,m,  Pattor, Roboff Allaby  ; (005 2009)  A WARM WELCOME AWAITS  YOU,  *0^000*t?J,^'lW$l*i**ti*^  \0mH00.\\%Ait000i0V0tmy'^*��\rm*tL  It  I?  t,l.ft't\ when on'cnnlrocl)  Vmir nilvnrll'-lnfl In this npica will rmch  nnarly  9,1.(1*)  homou (oynr 9,000 ptmplti)  litHh wimkrily^^  fflfldi fn*��W 5nhf.|i|no Const penpie (juctusb  Jhtm n<li po, into mufu ">wrn��<i tlion nny  o(li��r n��yY"ip'if>flr pro'lucftd  In ihlu nr<m,  Th�� lliKwes  f |ion* O0B-9A34  $|S;CilEitT ACIENCIES PATE IP^P  tJfr'JF* reWTnjter nf wni'inq Rvunm Is n service nf SEChPf-T, AGENCI*^,,  'feTfii'P'^'Pwinwta'lln^'dlwpt'Yqr fr��o llsilngn, upoclfylno /;Pqlo  PqiJ", Pluqsa nolo |||q| SpQco Is ||m||oil qnii sonio qilvonco <|q|o�� mciy "'  hnv*i !<*> wait iholr turn; alw;llinl ilil*. |�� a "fmlmW l|s|lnQ drily on<J  ennnnt n|)vny�� corrv full i|o|fi||s,  rWwmvm^^  pm, fi, R p.m, Socholi l.onlnn llnll, Plnqlv  Piic, 9-i  lU.ii.m, Troll liny Cuniio, Mom, UhIIum Clirislmns Unho Snln,  One 9 fi'n.m. Pmi'lni' llfiiliour Crnnmunlly Holl, MIikio,  1  . I! II  7i3  One, 9    7:.10 |i,m, |:||)l|lini'tnn�� Sncoiji'lory 5cl)on|, GiO'lu I) Pnronlfi  Moiiifrid  *��  IVt, 10   H o.m. Virion Inilinn Holl, Mliioo,           ,,       , '  Dor, 10,  I'lv-RnDar.is Crnok'Community'Holl, Croftfi |"o|r onoii Imm  10 n.hi, '  Dor, II    il p.m. Poll Mpllon Cnminunlly Moll, Tn'ifolHiilron. Sh] Cluh  i a f3nnc.il, -,  1 I>�����*;, II. l<orjlnhni nlhiripi on<l'illiMins Villnno filiiciionii,      < ,  IW,  IS    houi  Ii! noon W||s((>n CfonK CliihlKiuuo, Siichi|| Ro(| ��, (iun  Cluh I'lirkify Shoot, '*'       ,    ���  ,  i)pc,  M'-~t> ,|>,mi, WIIikiii Cfmsl' Coitimunliy-Holl, Communliy Am  .Ruoulur. Min,  -'.,:���. '  ��� ...............  ...     ���,.....,',..   On.)'    M    7\m  IJiw n��i|Ki|, tflm InnviiH Inr S|,, C||^.��iv*  f��r��mr|i V.9'  Chi,MmoN:llf|his iniir, V4SMrii|V(.T,      ,  Due, li*)'1  /i30 |i,m, fl|iiil!i'��|onn SornivJoiy Sr||w| I'lnii Ails Nlfihl,  ���"���ff-,]'! ii��m  10:30 ii,in, VVH'toir Crunk Holl, CommiinJly Cn(|i)��  I'mly. .    ,  .,      ���';>.,,      -   ���    '   a, j  ASK FOR OUR PRPR CATALOGUE Of REAt ESTATE  'ft  i  ii  Yoiir Qpyernment rep^niiy psused Hm Heorlno-olti Rarjuifliion Act, AHew!ng-9!dP00rdh99be��n  oainhilsliod to nUnilnlalor the Act, II wi|l prouldo profoction (ind quality control lor roputoljlo  honrlno-nUI donlera nnd coiiQiillnnla nnii Iho aonornl public.  ka������  , Jfho primt 9f?|p^iwaiPr?L .,  1  IWt*0%  rr  ���Wt  MnltlpU ".litlnn Sorvlco  *lof?r��l  REAL ESTATE  INSURANCES  )Po>|( lafl, Sochelf, B.C.  MM)  .  J  To anforca tho raolfttnjitlon of Pll pnr'Mao aptlno as honrlng-nfcf. dealers Qr ponsultant*} In tha  Province of British QQlumhla. ., ; .,.'..  ���,..'., '���* ���'������.    '  To pxnnilnolhQ opplloflllono of ||iosq doalem qhel cpr-ou|tnntt3 seaHInq registration In Mto  Provlnco of British Columbia; lo aupprViao their llcanclno; and to aot raaulallpni for Iholr  business conduct, -       ,��������.., > ���" ���       .��� ..��-���.  -"���"��� "���'"ryyy'jy" *, "' '" ���,������������������-; - ��� ������.������,���  ��� ������   K.T~.a.r   O   To handle all inquinoa and complalnta from the gonarnl piilJllcohQMUie^rlng-nld^Qrili^v/fly  ^   In which hoorlng-nlds arc advortisod, In addition, and through tha cQ-pperatlya afforls of tlio";*  hoarlng-a|d retail Industry, a poc|<ot modal |iaarlng-ald and fitooH etjr mold will Ma mado  available lo all Hconnad hoarlOfl-nld donlal-a ahd fionaulfniitn In tho Provlnco of British Columbia,,  and retailed nt a price pf fifty dollars ($50), Thoso will bo jtvallabla frorj) January 1,197P.  ���  Hoarlng'ajd donlora and consuiiantuandiholr omnlpyora n\wi now contact t||o ppafd to rioirponca  INncIng and raglsh^ "  Chairmen''       ���        "������  ,'.-'��� ��������� *���  ���    Hoarlna-ald Board < ,  ���taw Qpurta, Victoria, B A .  Govemmeat of British Columbia  Kofi, Ralph Rr t-offmaiH,   ,  MInlolorotlloBlilifiorvlcoa  ��n<t |Ho��pM��i fn"��t*f^09��  Hon. If *MI P, DRmmn*  MinlMorwIitiQutpprlHlQ  I,',  ii  L.LLiv,.0,mr*,**L0^m,.wm. Ilmi0  AAAlUAAA^'**>AA4A*A^lA*AA<lAA��AAA/kAAAAA^'.*A't>W.lt'>"/lA<44A^>,'iL.il  *, 0n0^0 vertrr* rrrra^rrf^ *,&*,*. ,0,^*0*. *  *r**V*l^*t***^*^^*^P0*.r**0*,0**0.0*0^0  11 ,-  i Hi  . is8,  ��� v.  ���^'-:.A  ���**._Mf*V  .r,.y     * *    *  -tv��. **tr *. vt  *���':'��� ,t ��� ,     .�����-���,?       - \*  F* *      "V " ?���<* ->,����� *        '���-   ?-- -**'"���     ��"���"   " '"���"��(������ 7*"   Hl'&ir*'* *% �� ��' J?*    *J" *'"���*.  V* ^S-V*' '*  p^t-^^v^/-"^  ��*���  -Pa^Q A��$  The Peninsula Times  .!    i  i     T  .11  ��� 'i  f  .�����   ,  : ji  r.'*     4  '/-J  M!  ti  ,!  Wednesday, December 0,1971  ,,   .. ,-,*m*mt0*0*m*w>v,0>'w0miir n ip l,ll,^^rrJ''*l^'''**''*'''>l,'*''*'l''''*' -1  MORS,, ABOUT ���. , '*''     .,  �� School money bylaw v  ���Iroip page,A-l ��  first-year primary grades does not exceed  25 pupils, ���  *���, , -  3. A kindergarten assignmqnt having,  a normal student' grouping does not ex-'  ceed. two classes and does not exceed-  20 pupils in each class,  ^4. A special class does not exceed  13 pupils, _  . 5,  An  industrial  education  or  libmtv.  economics class does not exceed 24 pupils  iii junior secondary or 20 pupils in senior  secondary schools.  6,-A laboratory-oriented science course  does not exceed 24 pupils.  7. ~^A senior hecondary art class does  npt exceed 20 pupils; a junior secondary  art class does not o/cceed 25 pupils. l  8. There are no special limitations or  extensions associated with courses with- -  in the se&ondary teacher's assignment and  the  average daily  pupil load does not  exebed 120,  9. The teacher's weekly instructional  assignment does not, extend beyond 20  hours.  10. A library meets the standards'"recommended in-the ERIBC School Library  Study., in 0the areas of: professional staff,  ' supportive staff," learning materials and  physical requirements.  DISCUSSION  Pupil-teacher ratios liave been discussed .at school board meetings in com-  i nlittee, following a request, by trustee  Bill Nimmo that such statistics be provided, _'..���,  Tlie fact that this school district lias  a number of small schools with small enrollments in remote areas makes it unfair  to take an over-all pupil enrollment and  compare it with the number of teachers  in the district. It was also pointed out  at a recent school board meeting that  students with learning handicaps need  much more attention and instruction, this  also lias an effect on an. average pupil-  teacher ratio.  Discussing children with emotional  ��� problems in elementary school..at a recent  public meeting, the. executive director  of the Canadian Mental Health Association in British Columbia, Mr, George  Kenwood also expressed, the opinion that  elementary school classes are tod large.  .1  SMr'!��,"rfVT'a*��'a,aaa'"">"'.��?  MORS   ABOUT,.,  .��� Sechelt bypass  ���from page A-l  I".  *r\  "V ?/-  ���V  **m     ���"  ���i  -fix.   ���*.  - ��r ~ *  4.*  WI  .Ideal Pailcsite  Local  man  Jack W a r n   recently   ing three acres' with about 400' of  launched a campaign to encourage   foreshore it constitutes the only dec-  the provincial government to acquire    cut beach in the area as yet free  this beautiful waterfront at Soames   from residential development.  Point_as_a public park-site. Compris-  BibleJCommeni  _,, ���r^ , , *-rf ��� ,-, , ���,     *  '-^-questions answered  i  , WRITE Box 408, Gibsons, B.C,) ^  Q, Wiiat does the Bible hqve to say '  about the Christmas holiday coming up?  A,  The  Bible  records  the birth i of  Christ an-d-ades not give a ditfe. Prom''  * internal evidence we could say positively  that the date was not the 25th of December. From reliable encyclopaedic sources _  we^earn that the date was set as a''  copipiomise with pagan sun worshipper's ']  in Europe. Sitiee then compromises have 'i  continued tq\ our present day when to ,  a  discerning  eye  it  must appfcar  that I  Mammon and Bacchus are the chief op*'  jeots of worship as every .effprt is made  to^ ring up record sales for all kinds of  merchandise  including  strong drink,  A  reader of the J?ible cannot but  be  impressed by the following scriptures: Pro-  J    verbs 20:1, Proverbs 31:6, 1 Corinthians  J    jJ:i)-10, Isaiah 23;8-9.  "    ���""       \    Q. Doesn't tlie scripture, "Whosoever  ,~ -  rr*      V  I  1  I  i  1  \  ��^#��^?*&!^^^  :,mF!,i,W;,  TJMCING-A TRIP? > *   ���  AU AIRLINE RESERVATIONS; TICKETS, TOURS ANP CRUISES/  FLY NOW���PAY LATER _  | ^    For All Your Travel Needs  CONTACT YOUR LOCAL TRAVEL AQENT u  . or   ' ., 7  CONTINENTAL COIFFURES  Trail Bay Plaza, Sech&t or Phone 885-3339  '.  ^esij^aiii^^^igw^^  is boin of God doth not commit sin*, for  His seed lemaineth in him; and he can-  hot sin because he is born ot God". (1  John 3:9), mean that a genuine Christian  could not sin? _  A. It is true according to the reason  assigned by - John, "for His seed"���t,e��� '  His truth���"remaiheth in him," and in  no other way. The same truth is expressed in vs. 6, "Whosoever abideth in Him  siimeth not." To presume, as some do,  that believers may do wrong, and yet  nol sin, is to pervert,John's teaching, viz.,  that "all unrighteousness is sin." J, B, '  Phillips translation gives this for i John" |  3:9 "The man who is really God's son g  does,not practise sin, for God's nature is %  in him, for good, ahd such a heredity "J^  is incapable of sin." A" copy of Phillips'  New Testament is reepmmended for com-  parison with the better khown versions,  11 is loneliness that makes the loudest  noisi' This is a true of men as of dogs.  0tm0umt0i*00H00m0000i00000000m00000mm0i0*ui0t*0  CHRISTMAS EVE  MAW  ir Portable TV  Pick up your FREE  DRAW Ticket with  your purchase/  *(imnwwiiymwaii��MiniMw��i����wmnmii>in����iiwii  'U'   Line Model   flight  trainer.  Complete with engine and Engine Starter Kit.  Life Size 30" Walking Dolls  A Variety of Christrnas Shopping  HOWE SOUND 5-10-15 STORE  1589 Marine - Gibsons  Phone 886,9852  $t��igtgtgigtg(g<g:gtgtgigt����tgtgtgtetgt��tgigtgtgi���^  WHEillT C0I1S  J0?  Still Available rt ���   Mr. Jack Warn of the Gower Point creasing shortage of waterfront for  area seeks establishment of a beauti- public use, he has urged # the Min-  ful waterfront property at Soames ister of Lands and Recreation lo give  Point   as a public   park-site.  The    consideration, to acquiring the land  use there is little council can dofjut grant    .&2roy?..PlctMr'^ recreational purposes.  the permit  AJd. Benner suggested tlje liealth inspector be asked to investigate the request  and a special meeting be called to deal  with  his  findings,.  However, Mayor Swain argued that  if Uie inspector approves, then, a permit  would be automatic, for Council would  ihave to. find good grounds for any refusal.  Aid. Lang agreed and added that should  the inspector approve, then he would  also be respoiisibie for maintaining regular inspections of the ^building.      >  Council moved tJie licence be granted  subject to approval by the' He'jdth Department. Aid/Benner opposed the motion and..'.commentcdf-'-Hhis* is a good way  to let'the hippies in here, we might Just  ''hundred feet khoreliheTarid ever in-  Sechelt News Notes  MR.  PAT  Mulligan  and"liis  wife Merle  were . in   Vancouver   Friday  night   to  attend  a   retirement * party  for   Mr.   Keg  King, 37 years wilh the Pish-and Wild-  ���by Peggy Connor  HEHE AND THERE  Mrs. Margaret Humm is at Lionsgate  Hospital for surgery. v  Sechelt  Auxiliary. to  St.  Mary's  Hos-  ONE-O-ONE  Tournament  7Dairt Boards  Badminton  ~���~- ���" Se,!r  Skiis - Ski Boots - Soccer Balls  Toys  Your Fishing & Hunting HQ  Largest Selection on the  Peninsula ,  NYGHIM SALES  (1971) Ltd.  on Gibsons Wharf  Phono  886-9303  -  Gibsons,  B.C.  FLOOH���  GS EL?D.  1659 Sunshine Coast Highway at Wyngaert Road, Gihsons  Phone, 886-7112  I ^ CARPETS    * TILES    ^ ilNOLEUAAS  1, :  \nQ\J*$iy.,''J.-Jyy.A:,,Jyj:.y,J  .'  %  |        Closed Monday, Open 9 a.m. - 6 p.m. r��� Friday Night Til 9 p.m.        |  t,'&,&'&&&'&'2lrW&'r)t'&%'&2l^  toil attended the party.  The MuUiganJf* returned. Jiome Satur.T  day.along'wilh Mr. Al West', and his wfe,  Mr. and  Mrs.  Llert  Wilsoh  to enjoy  the  as   well   let   them   into   all   the" empty    Sechelt Rod and Gun Banquet.  Kl"<">" ' - Mrs, Vi Hall of Langley  paid a  visit  life Branch. ,AU members  of  the Lower    pitul wi.ll hold Rsannual-meeting Friday  Mainland division and one from Ednion-    December JO, llyyyci. att$|, Hilda's Clnirch  Hall. Lunch Will be provided by Iinhgrts  filores'1  SEA WALL  Aid, Osborne said ills hoped to make  ��� 4*tart on.tho Boulevard sou,wall within  die next couple of weeks. Mayor S\V/alu  advised him that a quantity of ruck fill  would be available, from the Highways  crow providing a spot is- available to  dump  it,     ; \  Aid, Oslioi'iio said he wouid be glad  of such1 fill for tho ,soa vyall and agreed  to provide a suitable location, for a stockpile,   ���   '   ���    ���        '���'���������'  HARVEY FUNERAL HOME  LTD.  Serving Tho Sunshine Coast  A COMPLETK CIJAPni, OR CIU'JKCI I  , SLIWICL AT MDDtRATE COST'  J. Roy Parkins,  Funeral Director  A Ml-MOI'IAI- itHVICE ip'bl'SIKED  Phono 886-95S1  to Sechelt and visited Mrs, A. French.  WEDDING '  A quiet wedding' was held at the  'Holy Family 'Church, Saturday, Augu.sl  4 when Mins Lorraine Billy l>ccan|o lhe  bride of, Mr. Phillip Joe.      ��� "  '���"hii-JaiiiUkf, wearing the traditional  while veil wedding dress is tlm'daughter  of Iho lute Mrs,'Vera Billy and 'Mr., Moses  .Hilly, Bridegroom is Uie son of Mr, and  Mrs. honald .loo,       *���''     ������; ���   ..i   ,  a^'  Best man was Mr. Erwhi .Joe, maid  of lionor Miss Donna Joe and bridesmaid  ' wns Miss Jenifer Craigan,  ��� I'lvniyono was welcomed lo the reception, held at Iho Indian Hair on Iho  Hesorvo where i\ gay tlnio was hndtlan-  cIiik lo.^uijivnd "orcheslrn and celcbriilln/?  with ,|li�� hn\i\>y couple, Cougralulalloim  to, litem both,1  SPOUTS  The  Indlnn  "Chiefs"   lout   their (���uiiiii  liml  Hiiluiilay.nl   Winona  Park  In "Club  India" .'I  c II, The  Kiinm  im��i ^Hiiliirdny  will  Iin  ul ,Sii|)poilon   Park,  New   West-  7niulfili'r," iikiiIumI. . Ilui  "LLiioIUch,"  Creek Auxiliary to St, Mary's, Election  and installation of officers. Good turnout  expected.        ' ,    -  The funeral for Mrs, Ella Mae Wood  was hold Saturday, December 4 at St,  Hilda's Church. Grandsons representing  each of her children's families were pull  bearers.        ���  Mrs. .'Wood's five daunhlers and two,  .sons.and llieir families were all present.  Mrs. Eleanor Crucll from Los Angles,  Bob ,and Audrey Wood and faniUy from.,  ' I'myoll JUver. Mr, and Mrs, Hay and Jan ���  Piiku and family and Mr, and 'Mrs, 13i|l  .. and Vi Gibsons from Burnaby; also, Mrs,  Bortlla Powers, Mr, and Mrs, Niels and  Fayo Hanson, and Mr, and Mrs, Al and  Jean Wood from West Sechelt.  It was always a pleasure to see Mrs,  Wood and her pleasant smile and sweel  I'aco will bo missed by all. who know her,  Cong'ialuliiilons to Mi',, and Mrs. Jiick  Bal.1 of Vlcloriii,.'formerly of Sechult, who  licfiiiiiu very happy pureulft of a lovely  baby, iilrl on Nnvmnbor iifi,, Their I'iihL  .child' wiih Inirii in St. Joseph's Hotipiliil  and weighed 0 lbs,, 1,'Ji/j o/.n,  lu fish iiini'ki'l: "All iioi'tioiiH drlvliiii  Mercury earn, pleiuin iiili|ru In Iinvj6 tuna  lillllOVi'll",  SHOP^  HERE  FOR A  ���l,%  �����������  aa..��  o  o  o  o  .III*  ���3:  o  PttODUCE ITEMS  0RAMGES, California, 6 Ib. lor 79c  GRQEN PEPPERS ... 3 for 39c  CRANBERRIES/Fresh, lb. . . 29c POTATOES, Bakers  10 Ib. 65c  ��� ���III  ������III  O"  ^i*i-^MMi*i0i-��Mi��i0ljijrui^i*x^  II, ������  "O  ,!>������  >.*.���  O'  a-'O  ��o  lll����  1 >!**���  ,;*.^���,,0  .   ,!������������  ���-tttf  U,��0  ' aO  ii��M  .iO  I...*  O  ,,���������  (O  Ml ������  o  o  IL..*  I.It*  o  o  II,������  ;iill  a-ifO1  ! ,.1.0  */9��  WBTH A GABLE T.V, CONNECTION  AND PREPAID SERVICE FOR ONE YEAR  \' ���'l'" ��� I" l I'' , , " l , ��� I'' "a'' ,  tl ' J   '-- COST-AS; LITTLE AS $68.75������������;-���������������������������������'���-���  if ordered before, December 18  ''     ',..      -   ���.       .    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v' [Section B
Wednesday, December 8, 1971
Pages 1-8
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jPiaiiner reports . ...
Tighter control suggested
on subdivision development
A$ is pnstoirifiry at this time of year,
B.C. Telephone Cpmpany alerts the
public tp the fact that a special card \yi|l
be circulated pn which emergency phone
numbers might be added and kept near
the telephone.    '
Operators are kept extremely • bysy
dnung the festive season with a multitude  of  extra  greeting   calls   and  as  a
COMMENTING   at   last Tegiinal   boaid
^  ir       meeting pn a.conference at Harnspn
'    ■* JateTNtivember, Board Flannel" E)d Cyy-
* i \ Ills drew attention to the need for some
S j kind of contrpj, relating to subdivisions.
% He referred to. the 'UOfl Ranch" develop-
^ , \ ment in* the Cariboo on Which one hoii&e
r    | only has been built for eveiy five milojs
j of access royd.
■-   V       The planner said-tilmt the problem .Qf'
*" * yetting  development on  lots  price  they,
1   have been sbirl was a predominant theme-
1   i Municipal Affairs  Minister,  Pah Camp^
<       bell, strongly advocates use pt Develop-
1 ment Area I^egislatign and Land Use Cpn^
7 tracts in controlling this type of sub-
** ^i divison, ..        ..'
<■" Cuylits advised the Board that for this
*• district, such legislation cap be used in.
4 ' i emote areas as well as in areas having
4 lestrictiye zoning,        .
•j      At a recent meeting of tlie Planning
>s Committee, recommendation to' hold furv
? ther   meetings   concerning   Highway   101
p'    \ and Iiiii zoning in area A, was endorsed,
f       > The committee was also provided with a
|       t t>et of notes referring to mobile home park
*   >  *** i emulations.   It   was   suggested'  in    the,..
* papers_.that  a  site  area  requirement  as
I       t well as minimum unit size would be de-.
|      'I hirabie additons to the regulations. .
', Pi oposed Bylaw providing for a gaibage pick-up system for Tuwanek aiea of
part-time lesidents has been held back for
next spring Letter tiom the {.eciotary of
lhe Tuwanek Ratepayers Assn., drew at-
lenjion to the lact that most'of the lesidents ol Uidt area *|ie away lor the winter
months, theiefore, it would be difficult
tp .get" tail rei^icbentatiPli tor a Referendum, ' .    ^ "      '   ■   "..
1 The Bpat'd Agreed that, under the circumstances, the Referendum will be withheld until, a. more suitable time.
. The Organisation also seught 'support
fpr their refiuest, they be classified as
permanent residents in order., to obtain the
hew commuter rates on the ferry service..
Emergency cards for festive days
gppsequepce, in the event qf emergency,
it might not always be- possible to piake
contact withPUt some delay. Such emergency, numbei s \iajl include: police, $ire
dept, ambplanpe etc.
Providing the erprgeppy number card
is kept by the phope, any dejay in attempting to ask the operatpr fpr t}ie '&p-
prppriate pumber will be ayoided-
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j CONSTRUCTION        * ,
i        BuJdng   Inspector   Fred   Reyburn   re-
S ported a total of 16 permits taken, out for
t November of 1971 covering a fifteen day
•J period,  five  of these  yvere for  dwelling
? houses to a total value of $130,300/
] Construction on the Sunshine Coast
ji lias showed a continuing spiral and from
,5 a news clipping attached to the. Inspect-
\ or's.repprt, it wpuld seem suph canstruct-
l  lonai growth is common throughout the
t province. Last Year it was $1.8 billion and
- this  year  total  figures  are  expected   to
***■ exheed  $2  billion.
1* '
In comparison;, value'of B.C.'s fishing
\ industry last year was $120 million, tour-
>   isl industry""~was $473 miilloh arid forest
* industry  estimated  at between  $1.2  bil-r
j lion and $1.4 billion.
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tone presents-
IT will be (a night pf colour, fashion and
sound at Elphinstone Secondary ScJkJoJ*
on Thursday, December 16th when the
school presents (its* annual Fine Arts
Night- - ■ - ■'     -
Arts and crafts display will include
'art work, beading, pottery, -macrame,
sculpturing and il is expected that work
produced by the Industrial AHs and
Social Studies /classes wil) be on display.
' Grades 8, 9 and ten girls will present
a fashion show, modelling outfits and
dresses made by the clothing and textiles
classes, ' *
1 Grade 8 beginners will pjay a musieal
selection, followed by the intermediate
and senior bands who will combine for
A grand finale, lillphihstbne's stage band
will also be featured and a group of five
Wilj play a selection from Mozart's Serenade No. 12.
This annual event is a great night for
both students and visitors, the greater the
. attenclapce jhe,JLouder,THeLapplause..and-..;-
these'siHdents_reajiy deserve a good ovation. December 16th, 7:30 p.m, at Elphin-
siane Secondary School, ,Gibsons.
- , Introduction
Arriving in Sechelt last week," Corp- He comes here
oral William M: Saunders is m
charge of 'the Sechelt RCMP -MWM
n>ent. Cpl. Saunders )T3§^eenl|t
member of the ROMP for just OVf?T
eighteen years.and has been stptiojir
ed in various places thTOUgbout
British Columbia and Saskatchewan,
from Oliver, B,C.
where he has been sf^tioned for the
past 5y2 years, Cpl. Saunders' and
his .wife Reme have five children,
Lori in high school; Tpmnfiy, Ricky
and Gregory in elementary school
and three year old Amy-
Does Tour Club ot Gvoup report its
Activities Begylarly to The Times?
At Roberts Qteek . , _„
rSeelelt Boci & Gun
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About- pur hairdressing technique which is becoming more popular on
the Peninsula week by week, ,
SBiMH*   ^^  if^tfW   C,IP This Coupon and Save On Your Next
,f^ul£   ^^9%^W   Shampoo  pnd  Set  (Valid  Mondays  Only)
If you are tired of your old wig, clpii't fhrpvV' it'awpy, bring it in qnytime
and we will allow you $10,00 on the purchqs^ of any af our fine quality
[ fashion wigs regulqrjy.pricecj from $19.95.
' (with your trac|e)    ,  . .. .
Trail Bay Plaxa „
Sechelt, 885 2339
EIGHTEENTH  annual Secheh  Rod and
.   Gun Game Banquet was held at Roberts  Cteelc  Community  Hall,   Sat.   Dec.
4tlr,  1971.'     - '
Guests at the head table w^re ISir.
and Mrs. Al West, Mr. West is piplr;pt
t Supervisor Conservalipn Branch. 41so
from Conservation head office in Van-
cpuvep v lilr. Bert Wilson and his wife-.*
Our own cppservation officer for this
area Mr. Pat Mulligan iind wife Merle.
Mr. Jim Railton, publisber Northwest
Sportsman magazine and his wife,
Presiding over the head table was
president George Flay- with wife Mary,
ajong with officers: secretary M?: RPb
Spencter and, Dot," treasurer Bill Rankin
and Bea, dii^ctors Elill Ellis Gun Committee, Joe'MelUs entertainment, Harold Nelson, fishing, sJong with their
spouses. ■•-'-   '
The. stage was decorated  with a  life
size nioos'(i'(painting)^in a fore"st rif "*eW-:
trees,. ..
;,, . The, gwm,e dinner was copUcd and
seryed by t()e Ladies 'Auxiliary io Canadian Legion Ho, J40 Sechelt, and started
off; wilh a fresh crab' salad Irom . local
waters, oysters iw, smoked fish, moose
and deer.
Mr; Jim Railton spoke on ,■ the importance of retaining our naiiiral rcr
sources, not to let any 'goVernmeiil or
other nutlwi'iUes lake" uway- our lands
thut are needed for conservation of lliu.su
resources. .; ■
The door prize was won by Mi*- Jack
Eldred, Roberts Creek. The raffle prize
winners were. Jst,.-prize,JgQ., gift ,certifi-;.;.
fate donated by Uncle Mick's won by
Sheila Tait. Secund Coleman Cooler,
Ervin Benner. Third .22 rifle scope Mrs.
I1'ranees Betts,' Wilson Creelc. W^lt Nygren Sales (1971) Gibsons and Parker's
Hardware Sechell, donated third and secund  prizes.   ..,/;,.   ..... ..,..-.4...,.,;,,t.,,.  	
A pleasurable evening of dancing fol-
luwed to the* music ot the Varietpnes from
a-^Bf ,
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Vancouver 10, B.C.
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\ a' mature audience capable of dealing with an -,
! Htiusudllv graphic linkage of sex and violence."
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It woiild he much easier to oper-  ate a guaranteed annual income scheme,  , The   most  common   technique   for   a  guaranteed annual income is tjie so-called  t negative income  tax.  Under   .it. people -  would go on .filing their income tax returns. If their income was above a specified level they would pay tax on their  earnings. If their income were below that  level the government would make payments to tliem to bring them up to the  ���--     appropriate level, ������....      ,.  Th&se schemes, would .involve setting  inctime   levels *. deemed   appropriate   for  -family size and perhaps for age Tof children.   ��5ome__ advocates    of   the   scheme  -\  f��  -3f  "V  ll 1  , On behalf of the Voter? of AREA EjJtJtave declined my nomination  so that I might support J. A. CRAMER, giving you a representative for  fair and good Government on the REGIONAL BOARD for AREA E���  A.  HAUKA  -.*.:  ���-J  J !  I -  *  **���   if  _l     *  V  ">  (��'  ���\  Jlf'^u  1%.  A3  <?  >  f  f  rl  -^ai*.*.  r A:  ti' fl".  "; /*.  -atMtwtitiftititiM  . Finished and Unfinished  Chrome Bar Stools  Upholstered  . ~      <t*\ *9    est  Seat .....'..'._    Only   H Hq3  ���  __      ���   ....     -    >��� Tournament Champs >  would have the payment levels differ Alpha Secondary- emerged winners    IP. lJi��wis/B,.VeJjacic; K. WarhjgAand  frpm region to region in Canada. They of'.the .first Elphinstone Junior--boys   .eo^ch Mr.' Flate'n.  Front   manager  argue that it costs more to live in Toronto basketball* tournament- held over the   'Wavne   IJacldlv,  G. '-Turkingtpn, J.  than it doe* in a Newfoundland outport weekend. T.hey took homfe with.them    Uieck,* M,' Ed BurriU, Captain D*.  ~"SOnS S^JeT^hShtet^S ��?e fine trophy presenied byMr, Ed   Village, W. 'Batesbn. and G. Sweat*  the system was in operation, about all ?ffr5 r��'GibJ��^'wSlCW^r��m  that would be needed to operate it would left back" rovvr R* 'Stobbart. C. Dixon,  be a computer���and money. Thatfs where .* y --T���7"  tlie dispute comes In'over the guaranteed    j     ; J\>wii   ,v  annual income idea.  able.  Nobody .knows for sure how much a  guaranteed annual income would cost in  . Canada. This of course depends on what  income levels would be set. But estimates for the cost of an effective system  range from about $1 billion a year to  $2:5' billion and up. This is in addition  to present government total spending of  $15 billion.  Can Canada afford this much additional speeding on welfare. The consensus  seems to be that it cannot���at least for  the present  and  the   foreseeable  future.  The cost of such a scheme to Canadians earning a moderate or large income would of course Be even greater.  They \\6i only would have to pay the  additional money required by*"the govWn- ^  merit to cover the additional spending,  Ihey would have to make up for "the tax  money lost when those below the guaranteed income. level stopped paying income taxes." �����  The second  major argument  against  establishment of a guaranteed annual income  is the. fear  tliat  it  would -remove  incentives to work. No one can say for r  sure whether this" Would happen.  However advocates of the guaranteed  annual income usually tacitly admit the  possibility that some people would be  .satisfied to have the state provide them  With'a living, Tliey,usually, try,to build  into their proposed system'some sort of _*_  incentives, They suggest people on the  guaranteed annual income could earn  soma extra money without having their  payments reducedjjy the full amount of  the extra income. Hopefully,' this would  encourage people to^.wppk-, even when  thoy. were-receiving the guaranteed income.  But. these incentives might not. work.  And the image of people lazying around  ul the taxpayer's expense is one of the  major-factors preventing acceptance or  tho guaranteed unmtul Income idea.  In recortl years, Canada lias moved  towards the guaranteed annual lncoiiie,  M'wi ��,��f ,11ie ^federnI, government's unl-  'versaI welfare payments recognize the  liiinrnntecd annual income principle, Hut  as yet no government has promised lo  implement such a sulieme,  ��� There is ho doubt that Canada's com-  . plcwc   iind   burdensome - welfare  ayniem  ^  ^ -rrmr  *   *?>0   '  '     * I. ./  ii)  *  ^ ' / ^ ,  *���'       f I I     -   * 0-. "     \  ���^sHam^iSaas^  Limited number 4 foot  {fW  Jit    *�� ^^J,  Fludrescen? Light  ' Fixtures  - New Cost-���$48  NOW,  EacTi  >Q<  Gulf Building Supplies  Phone 885-2283 Sechelt  Carpets - Shag - Acrilan  Ozite - Nylon  ���GJS'  5 PIECE KITCHEN  SET  Mahogany Finish.  4 chairs, ^A fif  print upholstered      S^roS^'  WALLPAPER (Samples)  Box 158  Ph. 883-2513  Highway 101  Madeira  Park  ^^v^^*"^  'tf^Jt&tf&V-  1,  }  ***.*���  ).  ti  ** *., ,*  .- 1  /-  jy  ^  �����     1.  ���HMdfA.Va*  Pender Hi-litetr  ������by Cindy Harris  BADMINTON. On Thursday November  an, fourteen ^oiepibers of o,uii jluul-  minlon club travelled ��� to ' Brooks Secondary School to compel: in a series of  games, singles, doubles, and mixed doubles, Of the Ul games played Pender  won J7. We-aroi expecting the Brooks  team to reliirn lliis visit on December i),  . Basketba',1, On Friday evening November, 2ii,  Popder  hosted  Score ��� ;'...���  Alpha High School .Junior, basketball  team players scored many fast goals  In the final.tournament playoff-game  with Konsington at Elphinstone over  the vveokond.High scorer was J),  yiljage, No, 23 C. Dixon also scored  well and is pictured hero defeating  Kensington's R. Ki'nt/.ler.s attentpi io  , intercept. ,.'.'..  .,.*#-.  4&  ��� ������������  ������<������  o  o  o  *0r\-''  'Je*Z  ALL AT GREAT SAVINGS!  OLD  FASHIONED  PRICES  BACON  By the  Piece. No. 2 ���-..���.��� lb.  :'"A :'y.jy " "*������   :  fr  BEEF LIVER *-  Top Quality.  Deveined       lb.  PORK RIBLETS  Always the  favorite Ib.  CAKE MIXES  Duncan Hines,    a  All flavours ���T..r ^ for  APPLE JUICE  Standby, a  Pure   -        Jfr for  BLEACH    ..     .  JaveX",  128 ox. ea.  xJ~  FROZEN FOODS  PEA$  Choice.^  2 lb, pkgs.  for  )C  MIXED VEG., PEAS  AND CARROTS  2 dbr������ n A  j ��� qi  Pftgs. A 'or C  HOLIDAYS COMING...  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Or Ih it u Wel-    ')(��.V��  h'liin,  Our Jiinlor  ��1i-1h  put   up  a  l?ood  I'li'Jit  and  nlnnnifed  to (le.feiit  KI-  phln.'itone, ��� ''  Thonidi our .Junior and .Senior, boytil  t��mmn both tried hard and hiivo J)yol\'  bent io the end b\itb teaniH were defeated,  ' Our ,Sonlor idrlii .wlllplay a kuiskothull .  l,;ume anuliiHl F.lphlnntone .Senior Ktrlit on  Tuewlay Noveinbor 'Ml, (lood luck jjlrlti.  , '., .Al?!p,.|{(l��(,|d"|iu:lrtii mir Keillor nli'ls>wln��  wllllie ViiiiiplstlnU'lii ti hiiMlustbull lonrna- l  men! 111 l'emherlon thin weekend. The  Hlrln will be leavlni! on Ki-lduy evenluK  D��'ceiuli��'r  ',1,  On  Tiicndiiy 'Niivehiller  UOlh P'oiuler  Henliii'H ijlrlfi travelled  lo  l<ll|ih|iiHlone  to piny  liMiikvlliiill,  U   wnn a  very eloMe  IJimie rnnniiif! Into uvch'tlimi durinu which  our jjlrl.s wore del'enled,  Oeciinibcr llrd our Senior idi'lti left  fop Pcinborhui where Ihey played In 11  ���HiiHkothnll   Tournahieiit, ���     '*  Dmtfihh'iir I7lh Pondor lii l>x'pUtlnK u  vlHlt from Mux Cameron Senior HimKet-  ���**bnii*"teiuir**r~'""""~" '" " " :"" ""*""  ROVER a LAND-ROVER  genuine factory pprH 1  Jdiy��s Bi."iSk E;' Motors Ltd.  1257.Seymour St., Vancouver 2 ,  Telc^ 04-508538 H...6QM82&  'Gibsons Phono 886-2522  SERVING THE SUNSHINE COAST FOR OVER 54 YEARS  4��*y  ��� ������������  ���0*t  , 00...  ���#��>���  ��� ���>������  ���������������  ���tSfs  ��������������  ���t&f  ��������������  ���.���ISff  ���00W-  ��� ���...���  4��*s  ��..������  ��� ���*>.  ��� ������..  ��..������  o  ��� ��*���  '5S3'  ��� ��...  ��� ���#�����  ��� ������������  O'  W.I,  ��..���  ��*,  rm's ....  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Scroon  SIMo Projoctor  flodroorjn, Siilta  , Choiiorflaldi  Rofrl{j��rarori'  Rango  TV'* '-"' Radlb.  25 Ton Jack  Chain Saw*  Whoolbarrow  Comont Minor  irr.i.'M.,lh;Ml. rii;^  WE BUY FOR CASH  OR SELL BY AUCTION  ANYTHING OF VALUE  ���mmm^^sMams^Lm^twm-i^s^xssi  Rofo Tiller  1 i  Go|f Clubs        .���..'  Sowing Machlno  2-3 '/at bp Mlni-Blkoi  nnd ninny, many moro ��� , ,  4/0r*i  4r9r  -43**'  ��� ���>,���  ��� ���,M  'O  .....  ��� ���III  fUr  Glf  ��� ������I,  ���<SJ'  ��� ��..!  ���O  ��� ��,,,  ��� .Ml  .. ���tt�����,a.l  ��� ���II,  a<33'  ��� ���,,<  ��� till  ��� a,,,  ��� ���HI  ��� ���III  ���������.,  ������4R*r-  �����.���  ���������ii  ������in  o-  ��� ���HI  �����n.  tftt  00000  L a '  Res. 885-2125 ,��  ttSff  G AUCTIONS    AT    SUNSMIVSE RENTALS LTD. ������   1  For Area E  REGIONAL DISTRICT  ���     * "*  *��    ��    0  0*00*0  l���t,���f.��llR^���l'������/  . v- vt, v\ft��* -i f * * t : i  00000000000000*000  DECEMBER llth  Eor. Honest,, Reasonablie and  Responsible1 Representation.  i ' * *  f>  SStMtt. ctm,M*M-* um ��  '���*���   I  *.  *   .   ��.4   ,  Sf.��S-Vfc���,/" if* ���.*-������ ar,-  ...������.^,.T_^JJ-,,  t  \ I  I    -  I   I,  I  ?  lll|l. .... ��� ���,...,��, ���M��HM.��.����.. ... ����..  rm,       ..    I "���  f^iwiww^>ff.^*^^w.W|.^,��l jiil.iff*  ���  ' �����  >���     r  ���/      '    \l��l  "11'"  ''N^'<.^  t  v-.*:\  \%.~T-  -v      it  if  'V  v  0  \      ��� i^H    t ��*��� * ������ . ��� ��� >        ��� ',.l  (�����?    - v'V  -iAi*   **.-:   ���   '  v-'A ,��,      ('   V\<" ��� -  ������  ���������<v   )\j - :-"J:  . ..&!>. [f 'A ���:. J^^OHsY-A-J  r  s  I  The Peninsula Times P*&e �����$"-'  Wednesday, Pesember 8, 1971  *>*:  }-  i M"  ���***  ^  iir ���  Champions  Ephiey Sports   :r -_by, Mike Shumsky  ELPHINSTONE! Senior ^ Boy's basketball  Team won four games oVer teams  liom liUlooet' and' Pemberton to take top  honors at" tlie Pemberton -Tournament  last Saturday,  En roqte to their first tournament  victory th}s season, Elpjiipstone Cougars *  defeated an unpredictable Lillooet team  hy scores of 50'- J8 and 38 ���-3-3_Alap defeating a well played Pemberton team by  scores of 30 - 42 and 33 - 24. "  Elphinstone players found themselves  hi an unusu-al predicament when they  found they had to play four games within  seven hours, but the team's pre-season  conditioning paid ^ff leaving only a very  tired team.  The Pemberton - Elphinstone matches  Were particularly interesting because of  the closeness' in play between the two  teams, even flipugh t-he scores may not  indicate this- , ..''���*  Top scqrefj for the Cougars during  tlfe toufnfne'rji were Brad Norfis, Wayne  Smith and Art Oew with ^31^and 30  points respectively. ��� *    7   .. "  Tlie Cougars next game will be at  home against the Bed Devils- of Pemberton. If play during the tournament is any  ��  con be Accomplished, during a feud. A spirit of  co-operation between all levels of government  must be maintained far the benefit of all. As  Mayor bf Gibsons, I would attempt tp build a  foundation of communication upon which, to  establish this necossijiry co-operation,  For a better future for tlie entire area       i  MAYOR FOR GIBSONS  it.'  S^W^l^Sft^^  SUNSHINE COAST REGIONAL DISTRICT  !  Langdale Lionesses are undefeated from left back row: Lisa Jenkinson,    row: Moira Greig, Jngrid Peterson, indication of coming events, this should  girls' soccer champions this" season, Cindy Prykas, Piane Pelletier, Tina    Lama Campbell, Captain Jaimie Mc- be a game well .worth turning out to  Coached by Mr. Jacob the team has MacDonald; Susan   Vedoy; Marian Phedran pnd Ca% Gibb,'Front:: Gail" watch ihe date is Friday, Decemebr 10  beaten other elementary schools in Monroe,   tfoanne   Laird,   Geraldine    Neiison, -Patty Allnntt, Sigrid Peter- ** Elphinstone when commencing a   6  the district as well as the boys in Fyles and "coach Mr. Jacob. Middle    ��������� ����<* au����� a^a. p m. .Elphinstone Jumot a�� is, Senor airis  son and Atana Greig,  grade 3 and the Mustangs. Pictured  " tjtt*  and  Senior  Boys   will   play   Pemberton  teams.  ��� \  '/  J,  i  i "V  L .J'  Political platforms are dism^frtl,Bd~after  election;   they're . made   to  run   op���not  stand on.  PUBLIC NOTICE is hereby given to the electors of the herein cited  ELECTORAL AREAS of ,the Sunshine Coast Regional District,"that-a poll  hps become necessary at the election now pending and I haye granted such  poll for th& Electoral Areas as pited below; and, further, that the persons duly  nominated as candidates for directors at the" said elections, for whom only  votes will be received^ are;���  u  *   *-*  jM w ^: jjSaj - a ?���'  ^^",^J-. Irr*  . -*- ���      ���"���     ^-~-V_ \  ', ���  '', A  lr*%&  WrW  In Time for Christmas  15% OFF  Berninas - Omegas - Tables  ��� '     arid one ��enio.V.   ���-"  All Top Models  SUMSHBNE  SEWBMG  SESIV8CI  ... /  Phone 885-9740 .  Electoral  Area      Surname         Other Names  Term of  Office  ^Occupation  A     CROSBY    Frederick Owen  TY^ER      Jqraes Harold  ��.* 2 years  Boat Builder  Accountant  C     SLADE       Hubert A.  (Elected by Acclamation)  2 years  'a                   'I                        '"  Retired  E     CRAMER   James Arthur  WEST        Frank  2 years  Kamyr Digester  Operator  Accountant  POLLS will be open atv_  I. ELECTORAL AREA "A"���  (1) Egmont Elementary School  (2) Madeira Park Elementary School  (3) Pender Harbour Motel, GardgnJJay  lLI^roRAL:ARFA::'"E,,--^ s_.      ^y  .  Elphinstone Secondary School, Gibsons     "**"*":     ;  on the 11th day of December 1971, between the hours of eight (8:00) o'clock  in the forfenooh und-eight (8:00) o'clock in the afternoon, of which every  person is hereby required to take nqticg ai^ goyent himself accordingly,    1  Given under my hand this 30th day of November, 1971.  -Qt, E. GIRARD ���  ���*''���' ���  .   Returning Officer  NQTE. Where more, than one poll is held in.an Electoral Area, an elector  may vote at only one poll. LIST OF ELECTORS U$ED will be the list for  each Electoral Area conc5erned as prepared by the Regional District,       2. \]  j[a^awi-y{iiHawgBi^^  ���:���-���   ���    -    - -fax &fijmf*  i   Ai   I y,       'SB'  ��. $*���* **fr~r ' '-   - -        '' 15S  \r^^^        - v   ' ^ ��� *i\  Pintos  tYnrwii \is\t.r r*r\rtr*r.   Nn joying Saturday succor ��� games in    Jack, Centre: Blair Ilowltmdj Kobert  IX/lOVy  yUur CUUC/t   thoijousel ^v..���,  M  ise Leagupand gotUng in trim Wilson, DaVid K.isik. and Tim Conklin.  ', 7 next year, Pinto jjlayers ,Prpnt:,'Ttod Dyer, Rick Kinne, Kevin  d from left,  baek row: ;Mi-    Moore,  ICeyiii Whit*},-  and'   Cjoruld  ���    ,i ���      for L>ivf  111, Kevin Murphy ih Iho coach ol   Ihe     ptcHirq'fl  Tinkm1   whose   c��lj.rH   a.;<>   Jl����" ��jnd       , (o1   tysoit;   Jeff1' Spen^O, ', 'ti-H d.   Bailoy; ,  ���Will*!.  Kevin,  his  wile  Uhziiboth  njid  .1     .���.      ,. ; fV     iVounnhl4 f.iHittiiiv ^Cnuin  cl.ild.cn rcMtdo on Sci.view Ave. in Gib- . diaill, JimaHeynolU.S LUptUlh,  KOVin     ^   .  tUIIIK.  Kevin wiih . burn and mined in Now  Koiuidliind, imd'iniulo IiIh homo iiv Gib-  uoiiti uljthl yoiii'M a��o. Kevin in employed  by the School Hoard. Miiinleiuinco Dept.,  lie, |)liiycd Hoci'iir diiriiiK hln heboid^yelirs  nnd iiwiiiilalni'd n love for Ibis uporl, Ho  bus been it "soccer cuiich" sinisi ciimlnK  lo tiilisuns, lie look n louni oi' D-yeur, old  bbys, spniiHiirod , by 'Hio^Uujion, Hmncb  101), nnd wtml up curly thrmiKb tlio Divi-  sloiui In Divisions II, This luum Imd lo  bo dinbuiided bociiuuii of liit'k of competition   on   tbo  J-h i null hie  Const   ior   these  older buys, ;     ' '"'"   '    Mr, Miirphyi un llm buys l��now him,  wim, oui! nf Ibo 'pluiKK'ii'H ef Inciil soccer     (JJA ���>, Hon,' Hnivos'T VIMiihh' fl,  nnd  the (Illinium Athletic Assncinlloii  in  which   bulb   lie  nnd  hln  wife   nro   very  uctlve  members,  Juvenile Soccer  week-end results  ,SUNSi"IlNM' Coutit Juvonllo Sociior' Irtketf  ii recent over tho holiday seimoii apd  ��� will eomnionco tho second  hiilf of tho  souiion In (ho New Yc>m\ "\V��elc��Pd yumcn  roniilln nro as follown:  Div, 7. .Kbnniiio Homhers 2 Hos Warriors  7,''P,H,   Hotspiira  l>  Ghetifimon  0,  (sftmiud.M (I DouhIiih Flyers.8      n.,   ..--������'"-  Div, 'li und (I, Co-op Coiikiii'h 4 Ciilu-  ilniiiiins  (I, "IMI.  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Pinion  I  Cul In II,  I '   '  ' ll I  i.-' < ,   u ���-  ,1  Wlien it po(ll|cliin r<!coi!iil/t!M n ���t^vixyy  In the wind, he melius huy wllh II,       :;  ,ERCyRY    '���  OTORS  (Outboard and In-Out)  SEE  ; MIFIt  ���' -for ;  Ropnirs, Wiiitorizinfl  and Storage .,  290 W 3rd, Von. - 874-5919  ^f^ili^f^ll^Hf/lUS^^f^fHI^^ftiHH^^t}*,  8 Track Auto Storoo  TAPE DECKS  Model AS-470 '^t'M  A��  Comploto with Speaker* .,:,,.. i ^^lo^2  1  year QMaranfoo on ports <��� 1^0 day gMarantoo on labor  SANTA'S  Prlco  *,** p* ���  Lionel McQualo  " Cowrlo Strocr,  Suchftll, n.c,  I'hona 003.2396.7  mlh. y ,i  ASSaCIATf  ^wwii.ihiw^i^x  '���M^'K y-i    ivl'',    n   ' '"'   -;' ��' ��'r , ������'  ..SUPINE, A1JT0 PARTSiTD,  ^��<nnpmmi��iii ��� wwwinww^iwuwu^iiiiimiii m��w|iwiw��w����ww  KEVIN MUIIPHY  ^^^^^^^^^^  IK OF  It  I'll'  ft  ;S  t. t  i��  >     *,  '?  'J  Lead - jn by "the .'."��� g  ,,.������   SECHELT INDIAN        /,��;  SCHOOL BAND I':  i-  L1  E .?  I-'  '$*%  y, l,...,.:1: .....,.,SATURDA��A.a,..DECEMBE^r11^ciiicl4^8  ���___.  'a. , ,..l.. .��� a'' ��� .1 ' . '  f&4&$'^  EnterNow .. .Ill Our Cliristnnis Draw ,  *'       i ... 10 speed bilco, numerous other prizes  a��#l��WI����.MWMI  s  *0l*000^000*^^��f��^ssfvs^^  atsasaasty-T^aasiffisaygrerwwtgiinBtra  PHOTOS  WILL BE"  AVAILAll  " PENINSULA  PHOTOGRAPHERS  mmsd  ���\ *.  it\* ��* *  *Y^iJ��i4^A~i?~^^^  ^t-   .    **~- ^j>-�� ��~   -"i^   "���'���  �����    *    ^Jt��lk.-.-"i0*'- ���0-**/>l'~!L  V'  ��*'a* "v*^,t:'w4'*^ sispffiss  *^(^to-W^^'^.",^ StSnS^P^^-a^A,!^���*^1!:  .   ...    r . .���   ^fityK��fyt'QQl&&bt'^$^4lb��*&gl$p4faGlllltfty^  -"- "tsw^  "    f~" ~**- jv'^PW***-*''**&&���**'** ^^.-wiw^-iMpiw J*2&L^*^&," t?*?****^^*^  f*' Sf '  **- vvv^v Tr^**\'  >  \ ;  Pender Harbour^Iktings  "���"v  1 ���  :t  Children. throughout the '.school' district participated in Young Canada  Book Week by writing book tejtaraeter  essays or drawing book illustrations.  Madeira Park  Many of., tlie prize winning essays  wijl be featured in thedmstmaa edition  on  the Times.   Madeira  Park  School  yNBCHEPWUEP SWIM  J41M wislw't of Obv^ ftw hnd a pwtip'  \\\\\y\*f l>ad experience utyHlt 4 a,nv on  Sunday, Nwetrdw aath, when his cw left  t|i�� ra^d and plunged into Garden Bay  i,aj?e, Jim extric^tisd huwelt, s\vmn to  shore ^nd apt out for the \m\x\ highway,  gome fl mites distwt. He collapsed sifter  walking abmit a mile anci wm tomid, apparently uwoiwmu&i fl uhorl time later,  hyJN,,WaH?er and P- ftnhenhwy. flnhby  "VyeVib appeared shwt'ly .afterwards and  immediately called both the local tire  truck jmd Punnipglvuj^ ambulance, The  fire tuipk, driven fey Shawn Williamson,  was first to arrive ^nd Shawn applied  first aid until -thp ambiance replied  them, whieh it djd m tb�� remarkable  timo of twenty minutes, Jinf waa removed  io St Mary's Hospital m fiephelt \vh?re  he was treated for expoame We -hear  that he is nqne thP Worse for his experience hut tha.t his earra laeiPontiao,  did not sui'viv0,  BAQK HOMR  Fnends and neighbors of Edith Sliolp  land will be pleaded to hear that she's  home again, recuperating Well, alter surgery in St  Paul'?. Hospital in Vancouver,  HOMECQMJNa  ���by Evans Hermon  their "PJK." uniforms, who sen^T coF^  fee and pastries  rescue MBBTINQ     ^  Twenty people met al the Community Hall, an Sunday, November Hfith  af 7$0 p.m. for a meeting called by  Trevor pavne, rhamnan of the ppe Pro-  teption-PHtuct, Mr. Payne palled the  Meeting to see if lhe various commiteps  of Pender Uarbmu rouid combine to get  a "rescue vehicle" For the fl����a, The committees yepiesentecf \yirej 1) the Rale-  payers' Association, 2) the Senior Citizens, 3) the Pender Harbour Ladies' Aux-  liary to St, Maiy'b Ho^pdal, 4) the Community Hall, fi) the pi,e Hall, 0) the,  fishevm'ens' Union- Mr and ��� Mrs, Cunningham who operate {be Ambulance  Sevvic* out of H��Umoon"Hay weie also  present.  Mr Pavne suggested that there was  a ppshipiiity lhai government assistance  towards the purchase of a vehicle could  be obtained Tlie "leseue vehicle" could  be a panel tiuck equipped wdb stietch-  er(s), Oxygen, and other tirst'aid nee- ���  essities A}so thai the Piie Protection  Pistud iVoluntaiy Piiemen trained in?  iirs| aid) could npeiata lhe vehicle to  provide emergency   rescue  service   He  Elementary-  prize-winners  pictured here with District Librarian  Alan finite are: Curtis tYego, Kelly  Heid, Mickey Donley and Doug Lloyd  dance was held in lhe Pei\der H. Community Hall Friday, November 2fith, and  W8& a re'fel dapdyi The hall was appro  prialely decorated *wifh drawing anci replica of marine' life, done by the school  children at Madeira Park Elementary, under Crafts teacher,. Mrs. Silvey.  ��� The fishermens' wives outdid themselves in the preparation, of a smorgasbord which included such goodies as;  moose meat kippered salmon, pickled  herring, smoked������aai'mon. cooked prawns,  oysters wrppect ip bacon, lu.rkey, and a  variety pf "most- handsome salads.  Dancing was to a very professional  group calling themselves,the "Travelling  People Show", and hailing from Van'  muver. Their infectious music was very  "(taucatile" and included wa|tzes, fos.  tmis, polkas, and plenty of "New Beat"  music This latter didn't fa;->e' tfte old  iimers a bit- They just hung right in  ihtM-e^adqill^^^  iiijoyed themselves^  Al Lloyd was Mastei- of Ceremonies  jii'l.we hope he took,as much pleasure  ir'niii lhat job'as we dit| listening to.him.  II.' made a wi��� presentation to Ed.  I.,,wo, over llie years; has given much  ..II"  ip the meantime, we need last emergency  service to Seche|t,  - - The Cunninghams mentioned that  they had recently purchased a $25,000,  very Up-to-date"'ambulance, and pointed  out how espensiye it was lo own and  operate. They tiavB recently applied to  the Provincial Government for a grant towards the past-of the vehfpRT"1  The Fire protection District limits  are decided hy the Water Board and the  pire; Marshall and do not include such  jfreas as Egiwiot and Middlepoini, bid  the ��hairman thought that these outlying  districts might be "included for lhe protection of. the proposed rescue vehicle.  If these areas could not he included,  some felt,thai the vehicle should then  come under tlie jurisdiction of lhe Hegional Board.  The following motions were carried:  1) That fhe Regional Board inquire;, into  the cost ��f owning and operating a) an  .iimbiilance li) a rescue vehicle^ 2) After  which the various representatives would  report "back to their committees, who  would then appoint a further cpmmittee  whose purpose would he (o look into the  purchase, of whichever vehicle was considered  most  feasible.  Hsh M The Peninsula Time*  Wednesday, December��, 1971  were elected! President Mrs, Stan Silvey,  lUgmont- Vioe.pies|dent Mrs, Pved Vtmeh-  an, Egmont. 2pd vice president Mis.  Jack Patteison, Ctyrdgn Bay, Secretary  Mis, j. stacey, Madeira Pavii. Treasurer  Mis Andy Aitcluson Maduha Park. Serg-  eant-at-Auns Mrs. Aames Cameron, Madeira Park Social convener M��s, Ben  Oilffuha, isgrnont M��s Pied Vaughan  Sewing convenor Mis James Cameiop  Tlv�� tallowing business was conducted H'Pona'mns weie made to >.1uscultH��  Pysiiophv and to the Shaughncsf.y Uus-  pital, ii) a donation of two ;tO"xti(i" viu-  n|bhed plywood tables to the Pcndbi  Harbour Lipuny, 3) Chiistmas"gifts to  t50~p<u chased toi Senioi Cpj^ens Hying  alone in the area; 4) a $25 donation tor  the Community Chddien's Christmas-'  Parly In previous yean> the Auxdjaiy  has sponsored lhe pa.ity, but this yeai  some Community Hall .mothers have expressed a de.^iie to hold tjie party, and  the "dfihalions is towaidslhat end,  WINNER  Budge winnei foi Tuesday, Novfembei  30!h,- at the Pender Haihour Hotel get-  tugethoi,   was  Lloyd   Pavis  LIBBAHIAN BEPOBTS  Mi*. l\iyne wihl^es lo publicly thank  the Uuhes AuMhary to the Pendei H<u-  hour buuu li ol the Boyat- Canaihau teg  Hm foi ihen donation ol two tables w��  kmdly placed in .the Lihiary Rather m  lhe yetii'aih.e Mens' Legion donated $100  to the Lihiary, which has been the sole  cash donation lo the Library to date.  The Pender Library was incorporated in November, 1370. At present there  are ninety-odd members. .In recognition  of our B.C. Centennial year, the Library  wii.J give one year Is tree membership  lo  the  IrtOth' joining  member.  ~ BC>WWN9 SCQBEJS  2nd Quarter Bowling Standings as of  "pec. ,1st are: Hoad Hunners llii pts, Sard  ines 7��, Alley Cats 73, Privers liO, Duds  Ii3, Moochers  (Ul,  Walusi  fit),  Springs  M  - Team, High   Three:   Drivers   3100,   Alley  _"Cflls  21JH0.   Alley   Culs  liOl \.  Team^Bigh  Singles:   Drivers   1107,   Allej/^ais? lOllI  Alley Cats I0IH": Mens' High TtfrSp:Vjay^'  lord   Merkle   720,   Qay lord   Merkle   721,  lion   Pock ran I   710.   Mens'   High   Singles-:  Gay lord  Merkle ^00,; Bun. Pockranl  203,  Larry   Spara   2fl2.   Ladies'   High   Three:  Jean Donley 027, K. Ross 027, M. Clayton  599. Ladies' High Singles:  K, Boss 200,  Jennie Merkle 2(iO,  K.  Boss 252.  ,M;':S0av4���''ev*ln"r,"'B���l,oni" :y���?Km��m����,��  We're obliged to Ed and .to EJric Anlilla,'Doris Edwardson, Muriel Cameron  and all those others who pitched in to  iiiuke this sitch an enjoyable evening,''  Must also mention the many "lovely t\hhf- "~~��EQ!QN NEWS  jt is hoped that everyone will get out  and support their organizations and work  together to gel tins necessary piece of  ef|i|ipmenl.  prizes, so kindly donated by local (Sun  himie Coast) merchants. Also those four  ���pretty   gills   from   Pender   Harbour   Secondary Scliool,  looking  very  smart  in  , At the meeting held September 1st,  the following 1072 executive for the  Ladies'-Auxiliary, to the Pender Harbour  branch, of the  ltoyal  Canadian  Legion  Flfff ARTS NIGHl  ItPHINSTONi  SECONDARY SCHOOL  Thursday, December 16th  at 7;30 p.m,  IBANp CONCERT ,  FASHION SHOW '  .   ART & CRAFT DISPLAY  0000  rrJ  attention was focussecMiruthe ability  ot ��� pleriientary school children during Yqung. Cftpa<Ja Boofe Week when  essays and illustrations submitted  were so good it was difficult to select  Davis Bay  winners. Young prize winning artists  at. Davis Bay School are six year old  Lori Higgins and nine year old Den-  ise MahsoU wlio Is responsible for the  attractive JltiiBtrnlion pictured Henr1  Book |w'i/e.s will he awarded the winners and gold medal book marks go  to Hie hpldei'ii of special mention.  \ , I'      1  *"*���!"�� \  wen /wi? unssy  wililpve  ^ te(ept]prse o\f\.  MfM A  ?yM^' ' ",* ^4.// 0f*-  *,,  III.  '*{  '..Art  J***  'J'i ���  it ci.  ,\\'  ;v  Gibsons group . > .  hristmas Smorgaisbord  ospital Auxiliary  coinlier 17 when Iho.lliit will be cloned,  I'hono  lli)(|.'.'A-.l'l  /\nd she's  pretty liissy,  Wiih a whole family  hard to shop for* a telephone deslnned (o fit  ��� tlie^lrifllviiliifll'laslfis, is a email gifl.  t)o hpfhersome ehopplfiq, wrapplnai or  'mailing.  , Telephone  dills are sgpi  Pliflll l)Hi(Ull|.lll/  Qlft-wrapped and nro Installed uller ChrlGt-.  mas. \      .  ToGrdororfofinfprmaiion, IncdKlInn manihly  charafcs,please call pi// local (juslnesopfllce,  '%"!  Spoakor phone for Dad.  ptirniiiQ "lmjvl�� lififi" conviirsnilqria,    '  Qieai fpr the v/oriit's imi hun'iyiiion.  :'/'S'!hMf.'  ���i'. inirJittAJy,  M , i'     uiy.i'v, ('   \ ,,  1 ' I    ��I      I      I  8tarlite��for yourself,  A |)<iffor;|.|)ii(lrnii|ii pliono for yoiif nernonol  tlt.0, (1l)',l || hfu 'A'jIuliNd, <tl��|,   , '*���"!  Panelphono for Mom.  Tlm oluonni, flusli-l'iiilnq wall plionu it, a  luul Hpar.o-huvfir, |iinly/|wl Moill'l ��lw��y��  v/unifK4 Irftho  VHinTY-ONW mainhnm nf (1||��hui)H Aim.  Hlnry lo HI, Moiy'n llo:i|)llnl aMiiinhid  a meulbiii ��l OihIiiim Inn on IHimfilfor I,  Mm, Dnnlny Mimon, pi'ftrtldnni, In Ihoi.  difllr, Thp n?if(dln�� wnn "priwtUvtt hy n  didl/dilful (Jliiliil/niiri iiiiior��i��il)ord Inin-li-  itfiti I'onvciii'd l��,y Mih, Mnrylta flrniihy.  iVlrM, fllnildlo Dnvlii iidYln''d thai lh����  wlniKii'M for Uio NiiVPinbcr W br|<l/{"  wnrn; firm |ii'l/<'( Mih, (lrm> Wlnm mid  Mr. Huy n<*no|l; liiii'ond prl/.P(��� Mi*, mid  Ml'll. W,* l'\, lliiKhir, Door |i||l"ii wen won  by Mni. Vurln lIobHon, Tho n<lx! bi'|d|(o  will liu hold nl Iho Ih'nlih Conini on  TJJpnHfliy~24r'''7y"��ilt"7;8rr'j��;mr(-*~,-*~',~:*~'  , Mm. Amy Hilda ropoHctd ��i�� ||i��i fiiu'-  cum ...n't a.hnmw Miiil-Tluift tth��i��>, Mon��'  )mn wim nnUffti to anllwi Whllo KJvpbtt'd,  firtlcle�� for Oils ,(iMx||l��ry pfonwHon.  M' ��* hy jilolwrdt ft��fftfd t|i��t bo*,  pilot voiuimm <m.hy��<\ wmhimJn "'  now uuxiltitiTwA' n\h whop ot ^t, M����y'ii  Jfonnltal nnd lljid  thin work ,WPMl<H  b��  . ^9fif Inuod, .    ., ...         ' i  Tbo mmllnii Wnfi ndvJofid thai Mm.  Oboy DijCmiop will wwiil dmiattoM U>  tho ���Chrfotmiw (bantings Fundi wxUi P��-  Mm, N��'lmni M��in��, ((hiilrnum ol iw*  niliiulloiiM, iiiimiiinci'il Um ni'wly nloch'd  nliiin nf nlfli'itrii for I��7/ un l'n|liiwm urnii-"  hh-iit Mm, Dnnlny Munnii; IM vlm-prim-  lih'iil Mi'ikCluirlnii Luimlny; 'j,m\ vice  pr'-iilili'ill Mm, (hii'lnd Cavity; iinerrliiry  Mm. .1, |), lliiliiinii; iiKiHiuicr Men, l.iiiiin  MIhImj idiliildliy Mm. II, !'',_ IIhitIh,  Tim iiiiiiiinl Mii'i'linn will'Im Imld on  -liniililiy h, llm, nl Uio Ib-nllh (,'miiIih  nl I'M imii, wlnm Iho now iil'I'h'niH will  Inlio ov'ir,  N*��w  fn<��nihoiM  y/i-honic,  Moflmr nt hrhh- to hrU\tt\ rniiMilfnnt;  "Tlin'nnllrflW'iddlnK pnrly Will b���� burn-  fool, You luku || fnmi lliuro,"  HAVE YQU HEARD OF THE  RAHAI FAITH?  Phona 006-7355 or UU1-VU90      cuiii >  orlnbJi!  MbrarlhH  acn ))nyiii|f div '    .  mIuikIm In the fji'lionl dlfjirlei  W|ii>m>  ehllilreii nre inj<ln,t un ever Iim'k,hi��.   ..���,  ll|( liilereM. Iii ren(|lii|;��� Ample pnmi  ')  lh|N wns glvDii In responno lo nM,  Young ('Jiiindn  \UiaU  Week , ciiiil..N|  when (!(iiif|i7'ir�� inioroKi iwuh relied.'  ed In Ibo Iiiiii (piiillly of eiilrle/i mi);.  milled,   Al    Luiif'dfilf > MUimeulnry  .School, nrl/.e wlliiiern were nbie'yi'iiV '  old, Null  I'lniMei'  nml  |en  yenr' ���i(i  fertile Jeiil<hmnn, '-,...,  I    ENTERTAINMENT  Tho iJiimhlrio Coatf Arti Council |  Is | now iiii,(| iho popi if nr      |  ,.. , ,     Dirk'* Marionoltoq < ^  Inonovvfiiiil lowlcmllnfl'.      ^   ���   '?- ���" pfirlnrma/Kd'; *-���y~ .'��� ��-���---���-  'CARNIVAL OF THE ANIMALS' |  'tothti'mnslcof 51, Win',,       g  , ��c> bo hold al lhe K    ,  TWILIGHTTHEATRE, ��  Sunday, Doconihor u  i        M 5?��30 fx.m,  Children 12 yean fi. umlor 50t  A^ultt $1,00''  MMimSMtiMMMMMitlHit^  -wWffi'-���*������-  ^SfhiViii'n'iffiu . i}*m,*i i..  pop  StylollpOffor Trudy,  tii>9 Jw! iMrh��017 ntiia \mn 19 ifih*i her  onllu In "prlv*|l��", A "ufoovy"U|y|o|||^  Ififivrf90|?��l��ih����ini��wor., ���  Choatphpnefor      ;  UncloGcorgo.      "  M<�� (iotmoi ��xp������l inmii nwr* (h#n * Mo,  Imnglno lil��m/rprli^ vilm H�� rotilvvs Ihlf  liofi^omvCiKHlphpn**).  (Decorator phpno  I'or Aunt Crlssy.  Min'9 ix loiiflh /inn lo huy for hoiinimo nho'f  !<il ��voiyil)|im;,, pnil fllWu |M��'��y, 111����  Wiiiont^iti QwwlQt pliQnm l�� Im Dkr,  *V#-- f, - ���  wmt0ftf��mt^iif**0-r,mmm0mii^  Amplifying phone for  Omndma and Grandpa,  af#mp��'�� a lima Dam of honriwj nnn win  fboiiy i<w mn phono. N9w li^i enn iinsi hii  now (irflmlson ��ey "anpd" mi iiu< wuy  MCollW,  ffM*TEL ��  Bellchlme for the family.  A IIM pf llm Ihvoi uly.iu yuii n cm,,, i"\ i|  /?������  j^wr-  *   ; i,  i*\tym \��m'..iirf*)mn>t  I  '      L��lw h*.  rJ  **If��-',  Cong Distance  Qlft Certificate for Joa.  11071 ��W��y mcrmiji.WTiTliiij'lii'my " '  l�� yyillo lioinu, flow li'/ m <ju|| uml ho��|>  OVMiyWO lllluU |(i,i  *-yfi   ..       *a�� I**  -l>    a#  ���-' * tit �������_ "  '. -,'V'l*''' i'l 1"*'Ifif) f,f**'0*rirU;At*s*,*).*i 'U ,r,r,'*/* i,t f ��  t  1  t-*j,ty*#-&J#i<t*$*'l  *3*. a-  *r* ���     ' -firt-tSK    ^ * avi".    ->wri 1 \  ���fte^  0  4$  &  ���V  I      '    a''I   ^>��� % y  f*f  ���Sw&KSc* H��SKP w*mk  ^^vv^si^WV-^ ���***-���*���** <0r&#**r*0*i**r**4*4 *. ^*Va?*'JJ^*^  ���'   V    /  Wednesday, December 8, 1971     the Peninsula Times Page B.5  ii^ii jiai,i.ii,9!i,!,,iSlj!,,���,,  f-rr-  y^A  ...Ti:    ���  ��� ..^-.r,.  *M:     ������ . ' '-    ������" .'��� f'-.  ���<y.>:  0fi0.*'0000&W0^0w*0mviwi**"W0**��*!i*0  e eadu wa*  s~-  fp keep up with your community activities, read  lhe Times. And for shopping, you'll save steps  and time it jqu look through The Times advertisements first before you start running around  after the best bargains! limes Classified will Ment,  Buy, Sell, Swap, Inform for you . . . . af low cost  and 'with the largest circulation of any paper.. an  Jfjtie. lower Sunshine Coast8  l0000m*0H00im000mm*i****��0~0*)***0i  m**m^wm*i**********nm'***mmm*n*,���**i  ���������*.    i,, .   ,   , *  fJt   I,  I I  irvj^wffWii1.1' . ij'i. i1  o*.  *'2xf^  ^  i iii mi wm .i MMinui i����Mm liMi.ilmiWtiWiUhipWWM����W��wm^|).|W"ll^ !^ W!^��1WftfW-���*11" $"' ���     '    ' ���' '""'���''" ^" W W!WKW  PPP-wfwfi'ifW  im��timm*wimmmi*mf*n0*t0miipm*\*m0mmmf!m^^  m00m*mrnm0000h*0*m  H*mmmmim��^0*wm0mit*mit,m0*^  I '  >JMW,HA***��II"I1*''''*'"  <���>.��������  * f ��,0  .* f ���*��� 0,,   0  i      ;i     .,!f..  T       'I'  ���LA      -      J����*   *       <C#   0      ,-fr       ���   J J   I  '   f J*   '*    !��*<��*���' *�� -  * S     i     J    .    ,)  ,  ��� l****   *kfl*9 4V��F.^l**lfh 1.  *���        -rtrtfr     *t       - --I  i  ��  U  m  m  iAi  ' t  History of HalfmoorLL\ayL_  *'*"-������"       " J_.l.   ,-     -    .   .   -I    I..      !,-,-�������..���*W-|~ ������   -V,     -��.,    ,,, ,.-|���l.^���^-,.M->...^t^������������ |H    ..      -If l-t.    ���   ,,..������.��� ��� ���^������.,i      .-<���,   .a,"-.   ���| , ���-���1*. .  ���n-.-, , r-    -       f   "M-^  - , ���by Mary1 Tinkley.  ALM'OST thvo^Rhout the history of -Half- Bay on the "site, of Mrs, Lyell's original'  iy��oon Say�� the Merry Island lighthouse log house. They lived there fpr 25 years,  has plobd'like, a sentinel guardirig  the" while~Mr, Tait operated  the  Halfmoon  entrance to the Bay.^ince the.year 1904 Bay taxi service,  its beam has brightened the darkness of        -jn 1955 Mr, TaiUqld the house to Mrs,  the coast and when tho light has,been ftuby Wartie and her late,husband Frank  i blanketed by ,a white, veil  of snow  or ^nc\ m6ved  to Kelowna. His  wife died  shrouded   In   treacherous   grey   fog,   the' there   about   nine1 years   ago   and   Mr,  mournful -wail of the foghorn has carried on the Earning to mariners to keep  clear of the.- rocky Island."     . .  The first' lightkeeper who . was ap-  ..-pointed to the' post in December 1903 was  William Thomas Franklin who was born  in Victoria in 1868, one of eight children  born to a pioneer family, ,His father,  William Anthony Franklin, was a member  of the famous corps of Royal Engineers  who sailed from Gravesend, England. in  the 557 ton clipper ship "Thames City"  "on October 10, 1858, arriving in Esquimau on April 12, 1850. His mother, tbe  former Jane.Bingley, arrived from England in the ship Cyclone in 1862 by way  of Qapc Horn'.  At the age of 35, William Thomas  Franklin was "ordered by his doctor to  take a long sea cruise for the sake of  his' health, Instead, he took the post at  Merry Island where he Stayed for fifty  years, thirty years as keeper of the light  and' twenty^years in retirement on a part  of the island which became his property,  He spent his time cultivating a beautiful  flower garden which became a showplace  for visitors. During his years there, Merry Island truly lived up to its name,  for he had an infectious laugh ahd a  friendliness and hospitality which drew  visitors to the island from points far  and near, and those who visited once,  wanted to return again and again.  In 1897, Will Franklin had married  Mary Anne Clacher of Montreal. Following her death" in 1941, he married Miss  Arley Belcten, a friend of many years-  standing who had been a frequent visitor  ���. to the island. Dean Swanson officiated  at their marriage which took place in  Christchurch in Vancouver on May 10,  1943. ������.������-���.* ���  From 1904 until he left the island  jo 1953 to spend the last two years of  his life in Vancouver, Mr. Franklin kept  a visitors' book which is now in the possession of Canon Alan Greene. This book  is, in its way, a synopsis' of the history  npt onlly of Halfmoon Bay, but of the  people of the coast who travelled to and  fro by ������ boat. Tugboats, cutters, sloops,  yachts, fishboats and mission boats all  would call in at the island and their  crews would receive a warm welcome  from - the genial "keeper. Many of' those  wlio signed the book haverbefome a part  of the history,-of,., this coast. The first  signature in the book, for instance, on  January 27, 1904, Js that of Dr. W. A. B.  Hutton, and, as Will. Shakespeare would  have said, thereby hangs a tale. Dr. Hut-  ton was living in Welcome Pass (Halfmoon Bay) and operating a woodcutting  Tail is now* living in the Melrose Park  Private Hospital in New Westminster,  Lilly Spillett married Harry Sawyer and  they are well-known residents of West  Sechelt where they have- been living  since 1944 when Mr, Sawyer Went into  partnership in the taxi busTness-witli the  late Frank French.  Mr. and Mrs, Sawyer were often visitors at the Hilton Tait home at Halfmoon  Bay and it was Mrr^a\vyel--who built the  two cottages hear the HalfmOon Bay  store whicli are now owned by the Jack  "Burrows and Jirn Graves families.  Mr. Franklin had a number of rescues to his credit during his years as light  keeper,, and his guest book contains the  names of many whose -lives he saved.  Againsf "the date March 7, 1911, the following names appear'. Mr. and Mrs.  George Lochead, George Lochead Jr.,  Henry Lochead, Helen Lochead age 4,  Robert Lochead'age 2 and Mr. and Mrs.  R. Buckley. '  The Lochead family, accompanied by.  Mr. and Mrs. Buckley, had left Vancouver in a 3(y ft.-launch, for the Lochead  .logging camp on Texada Island. The trip  was calm and uneventful until beyond  Sechelt when a sudden storm arose.  Water poured into the boat, flooding the  engine, and^quenching tlie. gasoline spark.  The boat tossed helpless in jth,e- storm  until within sight of the lighthouse. Despite, high seas, Mr. Franklin launched the  lifeboat as soon as he saw the distressed  vessel and after. an heroic effort came  close enough to throw the Locheads a  lifeline. With the greatest difficulty on  the part of the rescuer and the rescued,.  the party was landed on the beach where  Mrs. Franklin was waiting to offer help  and hospitality. Mr. Lochead later told  a report of the Vancouver Province, "The  bravery of Keeper Franklin and the generous hospitality of his wife we shall  never forget. T(> them we owe our lives."  Another valliant rescue in March 1915  was marred by tragedy? Following a mine  disaster in South Wellington, Mrs. Irene.  Evans had gone to Vancouver to buy a >  boat so that her husbarid -and two sons  could give up the hazardous work of  coal mining and take up fishing. She had  bought a launch and, accompanied by her  soh Leo Jessop,. his wife and two children aged 7 aiW 4, headed for Vancouver  Island. Off Bowen Island, something went  wrong with the engine and the boat  drifted helpless all. night. Mr. Jessop at-;  templed to* rig a sail but was helpless  -against-strong force of wind and tide.  At the, entrance to the Pass,* a stiff  camn   M��vhn   tw*       " --���~...._     soutlvwester Sprang   up   and   drove   the  tamp.   Maybe   this  seems   a   rather   un*'   craft onto the rocks near the lichthouse  ..?,Jl i���r^T.?.WAd^ <><  "edi-     Leo Jessop managed to lift his Iwo ^  "On  Patrol'  &a with  /-���-~  ,^r.a SUNSHINE  |jj| COAST RCMP       l  ^~ Highway Patrol  (QUESTIONS pertaining to traffic laws  ' and driving metheds-may- be I submitted to" Const. Rop Mangan, c/o. The  Peninsula Times, Box 310,- Sechelt, B.C.  of phone 885-2266). '  Q, Is it legal to pass another vehicle-  over  a  single solid  line?  " A, If tlie highway has one lane of,  traific in each direction and these .two  lanes ara divided by-',a single llive,.  broken or solid it is legal to pass, The  type of highway that is dlVided by a  "single solid line is' normally a secondary   -.from ,the left,,'  Page B-6 \        The Peninsula Timet-  x      Monday, December 6, 1971  ��������������������t���    H    ll^��fl.|.lMMWWWWWI1.IPWP^.IWI)IWHPl.li �������������� ���  Dental Topics.  Chewing" Phosphates  Fight  Decay  PHOSPHATES Shewed" "offeuTeeth more  decay protection than if the" ehemical  is only digested into the blood stream,  The importance of, chewing high  phasphate foods wag was determined by  experiments with rats that were surgically joined at: the intestines and ata-  domens. - , ��� ,  The continuing experiments- are -also  expected to help dental scientists studying how antibiotics and other drugs and  mouth-washes would protect teeth and  gums from disease,  The surgery was done linger, microscopes" to" rats, that had not, yet grown  teeth. Special feeders allowed the animal  ���on the Tight (p-feed only from the right  feeder  and   \t$- artificial   twin   to   feed  "Fueling the pinch"  STRESSING tho fact that prevbnUon, in   we should haW at lea."' ^'additional one1-,  the'field of public health, is in the    half nurse -in PqwjbII KiveiV Gibsons, and  long run much cheaper and more prefer-  - Squamish,  able to the high cost of medical care,.Dr, jn   the   Coast-Garibaldi , Health' Unit1  D.   L.   Gemmill,   director   of   the   Coast   'Ve a"r^ experiencing an explosion in'de-  highway and the single solid line is used  to show that passing is legal but extra  caution should be used.   **     . w   '    ,  .  Of cbyirse, ���spulHng.jou.t_to pass ove'r ��  single solid line, when it is unsafe to do  so, i.e. causing other vehicles to veer  off the highway or brake sharply to  avoid you, is illegal under section 150  of Motor Vehicle Act which rstates that  you must not pass another' vehicle Unless  you can do so in safety. Now that answers  your question as far as a highway with  only two lanes of traffic, i.e. one in each  direction. Now if the highway has three  or more lanes it is illegal to drive the  vehicle from one lane to"another where  such action necessitates the crossing of  a solid line. This situation occurs numerous times in the Lower Mainland Area,  Assuming there are two lanes of traffic eastbound and two lanes of traffic-  westbound, the two westbound lanes will  , normally be divided by a single broken  line which allows you to pass another  vehide legally. However you will note  that as you approach an intersection  this -dividing   broken, line   between   the  One tat frahi each pair was fed a diet  containing '^,-highly purified phopshate.  The other-:"twin" received the same food-  hut without, the phosphate. Both animals,  due to their joined digestive systems,  absorbed the, same diet into <,their blood  streams, yet the rats chewing the phos*  phate had less decay than .their twins.  Foods, high in, ;phofphprpus include egg-  .'jroUt,: cheese*, milk, whole grain cereals  and meats. "    ,"* ��  ^      Other research  projects have  shown  . the   protective   characteristic    of   phosphates and dbe cereal maker is co-operating in a study to see how phosphate-  enriched foods fight decay in students.  Dentures with 'Roots'  .THANKS to a recent development, den-  o~v lists can provide jnany benefits for  ? wearers oL full dentures. ���    '    *   .  Metal implants or "roots" aro set into  the jawbone so that the denture can  fit over "them and give more stability and  chewing comfort,4  In sertain cases, several implants can  two westbound lanes will become solid. a be   used   to   eliminate   the conventional  cine, but Dr. Hutton had personal reasons for giving up medical work for a  time and pursuing the simple life, On  a visit to the island he told his story  to the sympathetic and understanding  Will  frranklin. ���    .  Three months later, Mr. Franklin "entertained the Rev. John AiUIe and his son  Victor who were travelling north in a  14 t. cutter. Mr. Antic told "Mr. Franklin  oi his ambition to build u hospital ship  which would serve the people in isolated  s..ct laments along the B.C. coast hut one  oUus main problems was to find a doctor  I"   stu t   the   ship.   Mr.   Fnmklln   knew  and honl him over to Halfmoon  Bay to  lkvi-,,U,U��V' The.happy. omcomS  this visit was that when the new hospital  .. n May 1905 on is first trip, two-signa-  ��'������� uppoarinB* lit Mr,  Fn , klhVs �� cst  ���l>���Mrotlu.su of Kov. John A    lo S  'Sc"'  Up-^/A.B;HuttorrmAfil'  Other visit,,,,, hi r-OCWWoro Miss Marg.  "iht Shorhorno of Reid loo  and   M.      ,ti -  Mn.,| William Club* of Va, c   ,v^'^ ���  ��� 0 olr   daughter,   .losslo.' When   Muyruviv  JherlHirno w��Ji' ...a.ricd to J��m0�� Joffi  Vancouver in .��������,, lho ����������������� ^  ,'it'U u lug to transport iho whole w.ui  i. .    " "N,w C,",,,,��� wlm,   1�� veal's  'dor  was l,y marry  William    1,  MolKlo  ��'��    Iivo  In   Welcome  llouch   I, r "  forty, years; lulUng an active P,,vi  community  actlvilloH,  Mi'n,   Moil I,,   lh  ,   ���� nocomhor iona hut i' i,^.  y w  Jived for many yc,,^  |���  lluw  ���,    , |   V  ol ��� hoi* coiiHln, Mm,'Jaok lh.ll'  ., '��'   I"''",   Mi-h,  I'rlcstland'fvvho   lator  J'ln-amo Mvh, l.yolD.'VlNllod Mi,Ty IhIJ   I  W. hplllolt of Viim-mivor wllh I or ,|m,uh  ��"'��.   Hlimob  mid   Lilly, h���H,    IuV.   ��l Ih  W0|'0lolH1^l,1n,(1d(|,;,,|s,r,S1i  AiiHt With (rhMHloR wi,h Hall'.uo ,'y  ^.M"  tho liniiHo al, lho hoi.doi; t|u,  s     ACCOUNTING     fe  BOOKKEEPING  SERVICES  ��� ;.v;' AVAItABlE'  PH^NE 112.6B2-7688  AFTER 6 PA  dren on, to the rocks, but his  wile  and  mother lost their footing again and again  on .the  slippery  rocks.  Mrs.  Evans   was  a heavy woman ahd when- for tlie fourth  tune   she   was   dragged   back   inlo   tho  water   by   the   undertow,, her   son   had  reached the point of exhaustion and had-  not thc strength to drag her hack: She  was drawn under the wrecked boa't and  drowned. Mr. Franklin, at his own peril  rescued  the  rest of the  party  and  took  them  to his home,  They  were  bleeding .     v  and sutlering  from  exhaustion and  the     A ,A' , V*"^1  clothes were almost stripped  from their     A<''   sti'les     No  >��vk��. Not only did  the ��� FrjinfcHns tuke   thorn into their homo imd care for thorn  until they were" well,' hut Mr. Franklin  went to Vancouver to launclf an appeal  Inr clothing and financial help for these  innominate people who had lost every-  thmg  they, ..postered;. \:  Tho Salvage Chief went aground near  Merry Island and was wrecked'in l!)2f)  Again Mr. Franklin was credited willi  '���entiling a,ll the crowi   '"''   Since tno retirement of Mr. Franklin,  , lighthouse   keepers   have   been   Wil'linm  Lopoland from ||).|() t��� \\).\\\ orme Griff hi  ���irom 11)411 to"lfllil, George 11, ViAAlvim,  ���llwl lo 11)11(1 and JninoH-Kjppih from 11)0(1  h> lho prosiunt Umt),,",  (to Bo Continued)  At this point it now becomes unlawful  to cross over the solid line, let alone  pass a vehicle over that line. Three  points.  Q. On a four lane highway are you  required by law; to signal a lane change  or is this just courtesyfdriving?    *    ""'"-���  A. It is a legal requirement that you  signal when lane changing.  Q. Do the police have the authority  to order the driver of a slow moving  vehicle (one that's holding up many cars)  to get off the' highway and let the other  cars pass?  A. Normally in dealing with the public this does not become necessary.-Usually the slow driver is pulled over and  either warned or issued with a traffic  violation report (3 points) for impeding,  traffic. If however he then were to get  back on the highway and do the same  "thing, Section. 139 (1) of the Motor Vehicle Act would be used which states:  "Where the driver of a motor-vehicle is  chiving at such a -slow speed as tp impede or block the normal and reasonable movement of traffic, a peace officer  may require him to increase speed, or  to remove the motor vehicle from the  roadway to the nearest suitable place  and to refrain from causing or allowing  the motor-vehicle to move from that  place until directed to do so by a peace  officer," f  Q  false teeth. In others, a fixed bridge can  be cemented onto the metal roots. '���  These roots are generally made, of  chrome-cobalt alloy and come in varying  shapes and sixes. They can even be custom made. In a relatively ,���short time,  your 'dentist can cut through the gum  and into the bone to anchor the metal  root.  Dental implants* are gaining in popularity, but thfiy are not suitable for all  patients. Next week's column will deal   With  these -special -cases    ���������.  However, until recently dentistry had  no alternatives. It can now help a large  number of-people- with denture problems. ���Canadian Dental Association  Garibaldi Health Unit, gave the foi  lowing repprt at Gibsons on December 1st,  Total cost of Health Care in Canada  is increasing rapidly. Hospital operatihg  costs and the cost of-providing medical  care to people in our nation have escalated at an astonishing rate during the  past few years, The increase in the bud--  get pf either Hospital Care pr Medicare  for one year constitutes the total public  health budget. It is therefore quite cleai-  that an insufficient amount of money is  being spent on the preventive aspects of- River  medical cat'p. *  ~The   major  problem - facing    public.  health at a national, provincial, or local  level is simply lack of funds. I think" that  we  all  agree  in. our   own   minds  that  -adequate and active preventive medical  services will in the "long run do .more  for .ihe general health care bill. Our task  therefore is to. prdve this point to the  politicians who are responsible for setting" out the budget. It is not easy to  measure  the benefits- of a" good public  ' health program but we must somehow  find a way to demonstrate"to the public  that better health can come through prevention. We must prove too that preventive measures wjll .mean a saving in  actual dollars to the consumer of Health  Care.  We know that a good "immunization  program saves lives and�� reduces illness  and 'human suffering.. We must now  gain factual evidence to prove just how  much such a program, has saved the taxpayer, Whether we like it or not, the  i economics of medical care now dominates  the total picture.  t  We are continually feeling the "pinch"  clue to lack of finances. At the same time,  the need for our services appears to be  increasing in all  departments,  ,.-.,;.,.;The,.hurse's.are*cari;ying-. out*-the---same--  programs that they have done so well  for many years.- However, to- do the job  more effectively they are having to spend  more time in the community. They have  to involve themselves with the m, iy  social   problems   affecting   a   commu,.  j  .today apd this, means, extra- time spent  with teachers, social workers, patients,  medical personnel and other agencies,  In our own health unit, we estimate that  velopmont. The health, inspectors are so  busy   processing   new   subdivisions  'anc^ _  making ' inspections for private  sewage,  disposal  that  little time  is' allowed  for  the   many   other   important   aspects   of  their work. We uFgeiftly require a health  inspector for the Peninsula, The price of  -  an additional health inspector' is hot -so  great frwhen   one   considers   the   saving  that. could bo realized in time,; ferry ira-J .  veh^Jtravelling expenses  etc,  if :the  in-'  spectors.. were not required to visit  the^  Peninsula  from   Squamish    and  PowelC  PIONEER  With 14" bar  and chain  Put  a  little spice  in  your life  COME  i&mII!  a_V  HOME  SERVICE  Box 636 - Sechelt, B.C.  Phone 885-2812  CARPET AND INSULATION    -  Wall-to-wall carpdt performs -a dual  role as both heat and sound iinsulatjon.  Cold drafts common to.most hard surface*  floors are cut down, or removed, and  rooms become warmer, Heating costs accordingly are  lowered.  The peiforinance of carpet in the field  of sound   insulation   is  of  prime  imports   it   iUegal   to  tapk   up   election,   tance.  First, the  various, poises of  floor  posters  on   road  signs?  A. Yes���Section 130 Motor Vehicle  person' shall place or  maintain commercial ndvor-ti.sing upon a  iraflie-control device." It would th<en  ho left up lo the court to decide"- whether  or npl un,eleciion. poster was a '.'commercial   advertising"   poster.  ,,Contrary."'to popular, opinion ino.st  sharks are hm,-n%.H,s. according lo tho  Vancouver Aquarium, The two biggest  sharks the whale.shark and the basking  shark, are toothless plankton feeders and  mildest temper of all.    ' , \  ��� II' the l|)5() death rale for' mulus 'from  chronic bronohtUH and emphysema hurl  Mill applied In 10(1(1, KM men would have  died Irom theso dimfimufi, InsU'iid, l,;|j|y  mon died, There l.r inoro lo dot Glvo inure  In Christmas  HouIm. ,   '     .  traffic are,.muffled, and if living space  is occupied below the traffic iirea, carpet  'is1-considered lyv essential. Sound engineers have .found that carpet efficiently  reduces echo ..and moderates all sound  within a room, Builders using, carpet because "of its beauty and practicui per-  i'ormaijico,underfoot, have also been able  lo eliminate other types of sound insulating uuilei;ial,s, such as" perforated' colling  tile etc, i ' ��� '  . We havo nupplled and installed carpet  I'or many yearn in theatres, auditoriums  and' ehurchoH hh well as in homes, Some  of thesjo Installations included partial wall  areas,      *  BUIUUTT MHOS, lift yours Nerving tlm  Lowe*' Mainland, Sides, Sorvlco, Cleaning, lid, llurrltt, Cluwor Point,, IlH(l-a-ir>M.  (A(ivl-)  aa^MilMBMIMiW  ���������!^^  ~A  i  m  SUNSHINE    COAST REGIONAL DISTRICT  BY-LAW No. 58  CA.NCELLATIION OF RIEFERENDUM  -2,-. .  The "Sandy Hook and Tuwanek Garbage Collection and Disposal  Specified Area Establishment Bylaw 1971".  The referendum under the provisions of th.6 above By-law will NOT  bo held December 11 th. 1971.  '"It is anticipated that the By-law "will be submitted to the owner-  electors of the area in'ho early sgmmor of 1972. '  '-  CHARLES F.GOODING  Secretary  :  2MUfM*��mmmmflmammmmaBm  .-., r--;in,,;��,���.,.,  IT  S \ i      i  1AMWilli Wgoipgop��!'  "wwmiwiiimnnmiiwwiii  ll!....,,.  NYGREN SALES  (1971)  LTD.  Your BAPCO PAINT  DEALER in GIBSONS  On iha \Vlinrf - 806-9303  QuciHiy Monad and Marino  Palnl,  'nHmmtmmmmimmmmtmwiirmwmvfimn maw*  Morgan's  Men's Wear  p.W.G, Work Clothes  Work Gloves   .  SECHELT, P.C.  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Mary Ttolfley,  On, to Cologne, where "there were in-  * --      -_-,��� ~~-   .���.^n  t./**}\\#%f *Y' /��t->w\w tv^wi tftffti iiir*0/> ,,!** i}yT'i ?v": ' ���mxfrr^*.���**J��*tf, vnf ) -4 ii     f$0?l#r. rr*' '     \'f V^1 if-f*0*\  \  ���' *���     - *      J     .    ^,'       "' 'y y   y ~ __ ^J*,*,JJ 'V<,   ,s*yfp  ' '     ' '���'   ^  ^V     '*'     *,'    '�� '*< ''��� J*, /^~ ~^    ','    \-V    ''""Vs' > i/M-\ ^'-"-vn-'l  -,      -    -    i        -l -.;-v .  ,,   , '<    ' ,    ' ,./'*. x    ,)���", <WV y, }J 'Vi !<'*/J -    >"���$  AT THE  time of going to press, there ~,s ���, v.u.UK���0, W���CIP MlB|-q WWo 1U-    v.    ,  pre stll a few tickets  available  for terestmg studies of its Gothic cathedral    1?/i  IHo annual Christmas dinner at the Wei- which took six centuries to build and then      -    <$  come Flench Hall on Saturday Dec-ember- Ihe   Rhine   meandered    nfropg - cm.tle-    - >-    y*  11.  Anybody still requiring .tickets can crowded mountains and through U��pf4at  tflleph��nemMr,i. Ed. Cook at 885^402 or . and fertile pastures ot Ah? lower JJhme  Mrs. M, Tinkley at 885-0479. with its red trick busings werfwreit'  BOOK CONTF.RT     ��� to a tnel.iow color through the pflntiivtos,  Two l^vlfiTKinn tiay children sent in There were IwqfilhiR ahn\\\ the plo-  in succe.s.slul entries lo the Young Can- turesque and interesting country ot IJn-   \  win's IJciok Week content." Freddy Hansen pa'VHBavaEta, one picturing i|s oris tm<l    ���  >vas awarded iv book for his illustration' crafls^ifs.. Baroque archltectine aiifl gay ~  of   "The .Three   Feathers"   and    Sherry with the miisic of Alpine,song The other  Jorgensen received special mention and showed   magnificent  sceneiy    around  a &> "' ' -    ��� ���       -   The PenlfiM* Tlme^      '  fern &?  Wednesday, December 8, l$7l  -<-���w  '., ^ -"���*'~'^-~ *���-���  Use Christmas Seals  Blake C, Alderson PC,  IPJh^S^^^JISISEiiliiiiiLUfi.^^^^^yBl^lilJI^  ~* A. tlilAftlTOr'  Garden 8^8,C, *s 089*?80?  '- *'        i -     '" -,"      i  ��� '    1-3*9iTw <?��werA!?ii^  TI!?Cnu?r.MppR��Hpr' "  ^ , AppUanee Polly ��� Tey *W  '    T��bl�� 5��ws-* Air Cemp^ss(��r -  s ' F^f J��*te ��� Hy4ra��ile IipH*-  " Chjfnnpy Bn>sl��e? - Iteet tortew  flprCM^M * Pi?9 *' PeiKHer* <��� $*w**  .p|M��Mony��0!NrTeo!��  )kl medal horifc iwifIc  FILM SHOW  . ���.-J-.hfit week's1 film show on Germany  was courtesy of the German'Consulate.  One interesting film depicted the Rivei  Berchtesgaden in the south-east comer  of Bavaria,- with its quaint traditions, an^  customs. ,  JN BRIEF  ivtr. Charles Coal ham whh recently r^.  of Mannheim.  ���"'""     has been a regular weekend visitor over  t. imi�����^i tr.,       , ���.    ; ���*������    . ihal time. Mr. Coatham was a tram cqn-  I loitered-for a-while at Mama/which,    difctor at the time of his letireinent  SJ   ,���?'', U? (;a,hecl,,al w"h many    was her mother, Mrs. -Eail Audoi&on ot  types ot archileclure. Vancouver.  'j*? * ���   ��� ��*"- *   ��� ��. (^��"  '5 ���       <\  W   '     Sechelt Peninsula Rod and Gun Club  ���m  -���O  ����������  . DEC^M8EH'T2th at 12 WOOW  WILSON CREEK CLUBHOUSE  TRAP    -    .22 SHOOTING'���.-. BUDDY.SHOOTS  MISS & OUT - SNIPE" SHOOT - LUCKY TARGETS   g"  Gomes and Refreslimenfs at Club House  >  y  K     )  jpMi|im.Htpii*i|i my. w^ft** h  Now  Harmless  j\1i John Uisbey cut four sections off  lhe old fir tree which'stood sorne  175 ft and leaned over the road in  West Sechelt, on Friday., The .tree  was 7-8 ieet at the sturpp and its  removal was necessitated by the  road widening' project now in process. Remainder of the tree was felled ea^ly in the w^ek. '     '  For Quiclf Results Use Times Adbriefs  * 4    |  J^undhine ^Nrt  eif  *S   SDBDBVBSBON  WATIERFRONI AHD ��lEW LOTS  ONLY 11 LOIS LEFT      '-*  HURRY!. WHILE THEY LAST. ,  HARBOUR - ACCESS TO WATER  TERMS AVAILABLE^ ;  QSBORN LOGGBNO ���CO ,tTD.  885-9767 - Bok 189, Sechelt  i���  ^  3      *������ fl   *���)  l-> A'l  ClftAFTS  V Openjro Public ,  Saturday, December 11  from 10 a.m.-9 p.m.  Sunday, December 12  10 a.m. - 6 p.m.  'Admission 50 Children freq  Community Hall, Roberts Creek  Sponsored l?y Roberts Creek  ,  Pqrenls Auxiliary  Costume Jewelry - Binoculars ^Shavers  Hand-Crafted  Crystal    Coalport and  �� Glo-Hill  Wqtthes and Clocks  Evening Bags - Wallets  30%    OFF  Voltaire Watches  ORDER  YOUR  FAMILY RING  MWI���  i'/^^Ff.V  '���u���, ifA^y  yecne  Cowrie Street Sechelt'  *  FRESH SELECTION of  WELCH'S CANDIES  Yog Get A Chtinee to Win Diamond  Ear-kin^ or a pigmorid Tie-Tack in  our Christmas Draw!  '��welieM  Phone 885-2421  if!ft��ftm*Wtftt*?m  ^<ii��S$��iwWif  gsjf^  fcfe��l  iSMg^g^W  mmmwwwtm  SSSfeafc  SB8aA.��ig^  mM^^^^mMmmm^^^m^m-  ium0ilii,i^m0,  ���s  ly)  It  u  Tho niidominnl senhorses  from Now Zonlnncl have un-  WBimlly liirijo nlicliimuiiH nnd  .Dip nuilw. nri\ oriuun'iMiliHl  Willi "long l'llahii��iirH^iirnjnot-  liifj  fViiin  lho IkiiiiI,  ; k|H'or. whuliw,v Hko   Sknnn  Jiihfl I'lviik , nl, iho VuiwoiivuV  AniUH'iiiin   iiri'i   nol   involnn-  ixvy      liriMiilnti'H      an ���    iiro  ml  MhlnU'Jo  ���iy ��Iiiii'I Hlwii  Iwiivh ntmiiln  r " \     l*~    * X      ,L       '   ���      '"  z\ fA       ^     ; ���, Iuiiiuiuhi  limy um  \ \\ ^<\\ M hmiiho, TIiiih, iIm  i * J \ i   .        i 'V  ,tnn wc dn. Tlmy n  t i\\$y\ (\\   ������  ���z:  f ��� V,\1.  <1  (Ul  /t you doalrn trnmimrtnilon to tlie pal I a  on election day CALL;  SPONSORED BY THE PEIUpER HARBOUR  a  DISTRICT RATEPAYERS ASSOCIATIOW  Area Pi rector For  ' >ER-'-HARBOUR"&~E0MQI  ,P|(!lurud fiomo uio II.up lhn Iwm<>  ���fir Iron Whloli linf) iboon n iiolonlliil  1 hh/.MHl in W��n|  Siic;lioll, -Mr, 'John  , IllHhoy worlcod on lopplnu J��rnaclM����  *nnd (iv��nliinlly-|oi)|7lng*tho-very old  Iron nil day Inul, I'YIdny, li.V,. Hydro  nndD,(!, Toloplmno 'pni'nonnoi flioocl  hy In, ei'iHo llnon wwro dnningtHl nnd  hold''flti'niif! mlinlrnllon I'or Mr. Jl-lt*-  h��y who (!iM)uri(tii<!(i(l (dinihln'K lho  ll'��o nl, fl fl'lm, nnd rnino lincik nn  dnrknoHH wnn  fn'lllntf n,nd  lho lonii  , llnio hn/nrd rondorod 'lin'rinloHH.  tiei-K*! *<!*.��������>;'  . ���%HpWi;mim,M.^p��ww WWHMWH|BiW^Mmw��WIII��W  wil.. >V0n0m0k,*>^im0lfmh^f^0^ii0^��w0i0m*,i^ *-*^  Socholt Log|on| Branch 140  i..iinai'HH>i��a��M  ��* >^i ��lii<wiB^nfeiii tir. n  toqlon Hall, Socholt  EVERY WEDNESDAY  AT 'Hi p-m.  jAcii��OT ^ias  TO CIO  $10 POOR PRIZE  pufli wl.tAl ftiIWiit^>^:��yy^,liitr^ri��p>rhnirijnW,1fl^^A^>-^'*amf^  "H**  BUILD ONE FIRE  WiWul |�� I Iiii onn iuhI eoiiiiiiinliifll horn  ,��oii|(i>i'Klii| wilh Anhlfy Wqod HmmIbib  I'on Hulll H "iinu, nml vim Imvn iiiih-  liuiniiii i'ii)|ii|(iiliili/n linnl Willi imilnmn  tMMllllU ��l WMIIll,  mmmF  WOOD HEATERS  Vmiiihh My|ft�� 'il limiliiia  In f|| yini| iiihhIh w|lli m  nolrtnlm^rtioll nynoni  llinl Mi/nn liml iiinln ii|i in /hili  ONUY ADD WOOD  . EVERY 12 HOURS  Timlini)��liilir.*||y upnlMilfntl Mmli luiin*  miufia tut I* ip f�� Iipmii wiiiiomi miininv,  , Will* lt>i l*'l��t t'i'lM  A  mjLJltktf  WHHr  i ��� FlroHOOD  i  Mrtnufnctiirrra, Ltil,-  ilt* Hml M|>lan>iU  Hnlll, Vnfimnwm, 0,0,  'lilil'ia,imB|P|i,,iB,!i|aH|iil iill'HHil ll III HiiilUJI".'!"!.'"!!1" "IM"' '��� "' ".'.' ."' 11  Twin Cree|  Building Supplies  Two Lo��oHon�� To  (   Sorvo ,You  Sumhino Coait Highway  GI8SONS���88fi-2291  SECHaT���805-2288  A'  #wi*   *+,40. tuft******  1       j -     ���   ' ��� :���   ���..'��������� ������������,��� -r ���.���  ������nwinm��.  t*.**  "��� 1*-*,x '*.'*L.^.j*,\.y,.M^\.r.^��  *' .   }   '     *     .     .'4 .,      r*   *      r.     '  ^WWMB��Byej��i��yBW��  SEal,  I ��  To all person,*! (indndlng InclivJduaIsr firms,  pcicieiilos, "corporalioiis, and H]\ Jeyelft of lpcal  flovornnwnt/ nnd all branches and agencies af  tho Provincial Government) discharging liquid  and solid wastes on, In or under any land or Into  any waters In Ihltish Columbia,    "  I am instructed by tho Government of llrlllsh  Columbia to Inform all person's Who" haye not yet  registered lhe|rdlseharge(s) of. effluent and Other  waslo materials (solid wastes, garbage, refiiso, and  ppent, chemicals, clc.) wilbjlio Director of  1'ollutlon Control and who tlo not hold a Nld-  tlon Control Permit for such discharge that they  irnist roglstor immediately and pot laior than  Marcli 31, V,)72, on fprms nvallalMo from tho  Pliocior of tho PolHitl'on Control Brand); Parlla*  merit Hulldlngfl, Victoria,' or from Polluilon Cop��  trol Prnncli ��� Plsirlct offices at tho fqllowln'g  locations: '     ,  ���..���.���,.,:w,..������ I'nllmfon Control. Branch. r^^,,.,,���.,,,.^.^,^^,,,,.^.  1fi'l7 Mnkisr Slrcist'  aANimooK, imiish coTumfjfa  rolliiiloii Control pranoh  Jll'J-filllPtrenl; ���  ,i NF.WWWTMlNsri;R,B|1llshC3alHrnW��  pollution Omi'rol l��ranc|it '.  I'lpffisslonni Qsniro  Kooin.H|5!-l?0!i3rdAY%  rRINO; CHORGp, British Ctotunffylj*  folluiloii Control Branch  CViiirUlQHso  i. roljutlon Control Pr*nct��  min Wont Columbia    '  KAMiaOai-fi, iiritidi cofnmWa  'piilliitloo Control Urmd�� ,  IWd rorl Sir��nit    '  ��� VACTOKlAt HrliMi coinmW*  i   ���fmU,  *"  1 ���  DEPARTMENT OP IANDS, FORESTS, ANO WATER RESOVRCE9  ,    ��� * . WATER RESOURCES SERVICR  VICTORIA, B.C,  Npvomb��r 1P, 1971  V. Raudflopp Deputy Minister  ^z;:''.:,.:,:..:':-'.^,,^^^...,;::^:..^^!^;:.::,^:-.^:1::  tmss>^mmmmtmmmtsm^0mmmmmmmmmm^mmms  p+mjV+K** *��i^K*X^:^ /s^��� j^^**,^ ��i*ft, & wx rf( ^, ^m  C    ��i<��    at"   '   ���h'***       0 *. >\  r  '\-^-VrV     "��/.  I X_,  \   y/  j*  \  \  it  '*���:  *��  U<  '3  %   A.  c  t  *\  \  j ���  1   ' >:  <,  Hunachin District .  V  Brownies-Guides honoured  with Christmas smoigasbord  - v  WEDNESDAY, Deq.  lsit ut Selma Puvk . busy making, animals out ol Uio nylons  M  ���-i  \  \f  Pender Harbour l^t Brownie Pack  enrolled eleven new Brownies recently, keeping Brown Owl Bev Divall  and Tawny Owl Helen Christian and  Big Enrollment   ���  their helpers very busy. Brownies  pictured from- left, back row are:  Kim Duff, Christine Stiglitz, Wendy  Lee, Sunday I31ue, Leanne Clay and  Teresa  Clayton.  Front:    Cheryl  Kobus, Karen Stiglitz, Teresa Pen-;-  son, Tracy Clayton and Dana Bosch.  \  %y  JA .:*;.  s  v l*/*  *.f  o  Poge B-8 The Peninsula Times  Wednesday, December,8, 1971 <  Madeira Park,..  Happenings  ���by .Roddy fait  IT'S been Hind of a dull week except  for the Grey Cup game on Sunday.  Most soccer games were pul off as some  ot the coaches went down to see it. Most  ended up ^watching it on TV.  Four pupils from Madeira Paik Elementary School will be awaided a book  pi use of their choice for winning the Canada Book Week contest These pupils are  Cuius Crego and Mickey Donnelly grade  7, Kelly Reid and Doug Lloyd in grade 5.  Mis. Wishlove is thinking of'having  an assembly to award .the pupils their  pi izes  Did you hear about the gum cocktail  to and yoiir legs fijfct under ypu. - -  Community Hall, leudevs tit the Hune  civil* District Brownies and Guides were  honored at a si^orsgasbord Christmas  dinner,  The Pender Harbour leaders present  Weie, Brown Owl Mrs, Bev. Duval, Fairy  godnjothcr Mrs. Ruth Kolbus.  Sechelt leaders attending; Biown Owl  Mis. ,'Paulo  Gibbons' Tawny  Owl,  Mrs.  ' Pat Nestinan, Fairy godmother Mi>JU^n��v  Juigeusen.  From Wilson Creek, Brown Owl Mis.  Jot'.o 'No\vj-hmn, Tawny Owl, Mrs. Cor-  uino Myrlin. Sechell, Guide leader Mrs,  Bin bin ti   Banks. , '  The hall was decorated with the reds  and greens, with nn old fashioned Cluist-  mas tiee strung with paper chains, popcorn strings. The table devolutions proved  to. be moie than that, they were good  sized candles on an alder log, so when  the power went off about t):30 pm the hi  candies���pToVtded the necessary illumination to tarry on  Mrs. Chailotte Jackson welcomed the  guidcis 'the singing ot the Brownie and  7 Guide Grace was led by Mrs. Dorothy  Stockwell,' The tood provided by the  members included delicious turkey, ham,  ' salads, potatoes and finishing oft with  qikes and coffee.  Commissioner Mrs llainet Newton  played Santa and delivered a. gitt to  >eveiyone; noteholders made out of cork  nicely decorated. ~~~������*~  A cheque .was received from lhe  Ladies Auxiliary to lhe Legion Bianch  UU loi $25, greatly appreciated by the  membei s.  Ite ports fiom packs; Barbara Banks  Guide leader, in the absence of godmother Mis. Bonnie Paetkau, leported  the guides had goiiiT on a hike now  piaclislng for caiol singing and making  lanterns to cany with them. Busy working for their badges  1st Pender Harbour, Mis. Ruth Kolbus  Fauy godmother���girls enrollment 11, 5  girls have passed their golden bar They  plan  a Cluistmas  party   Dec   14th  1st Wilson Creek: godmother AQis.  Connnc Mai Un---5~gTiIs have enrolled.  A good pioject was started when the  girls were given houserplant "slips which  they planted and watched glow, then  took them home as gilts tor their mothers.  1st Sechelt, Fairy "godmother Mis.  Lynn   Jorgensen   repoits     the   girls   ate  and other materials collected in tho box  parked in the Trail Bay Wall  There has  been   19 service;badges earned since.  Sept,. Nino   2   yr,   service   stars   to   be  given out this week. ,  Nabob coupons are still being collect-  > ed, as well as'thi nylons, pieces of felt  or other matejials toi  cushions,  Retired from Fairy godmothering lor  awhile, Mrs. Charlotte Jackson was presented with a gift oi a Btownle-Guicle  spoon.  Mis. Pat Neslmau won tho lucky draw',  The next meeting will bo held at the  Jiome ol Mrs. Dronne Voting, Jan. 5th.  Commissioner Mis. Ilaruet Newton gave  a special thank-you speech to the* lead-  eis who do so well by our girls.  Mis. Vona Clayton tluuiked the convenors, Guider Donalda Sigouin,' Mrs,  Diane Young, and lhe otheis who helped  A pleas-ant evening-ended, 22 piesent, 14  ol-these weie mothers of Biowmes or  Guides  Are you the.molhei of a Guide 01  Brownie? If you ajq and weie unable to  attend to show your appreciatibn to lhe  leaders who once a week give of their  time and' effort to teach your daughter,  you can still do so by swelling the pinks  of the L.A, to Brownie and Guides by  coming oj^t_,Hnd joining. At the next  meeting plans will be made toi*. the  mother and" daughter banquet, once a  month, the fiisfWednesday In the month  is all that is lequued. Please come and  join us  NEED TEMPORARY  OFFICE  HELP?  h  SOS  SECRETARIAL  FFICE SERVlCfS  can supply skilled  * Secretaries  * Stenos  * Copy Typists  * Receptionists  * Bookkeepers  By hour, day, week or month  Phone 886-7326  Also offer PHONE-IN dictation  and-typing service., , , same  day delivery.  J  *r,h  "4  ....  Happy ceremony . . .  Hospital extension opens  after numerous set-backs  DESPITE piolongcd delay in thc opening of the upper wmg of St Maiy's  Hospital, Sechelt, one of the wonics and  anxieties which have faced the Board of  Trustees was evident  in the waim ceil"' 'OP^IAL CAFIE  to those icspoiisible for all lhe thought,  elloil and woiry which goes into such a  pioject.  Golden  Award  Pender Harbour Brownies held a  very special celebration last week  to honor six Brownies who qualified  lor tho Golden Bar award. Those successfully completing all Uie required  tests are from left: Su/.y Christian,  (Jail Scoular, K la ine Stroshein,  Wendy Thompson - and 'V a in m y  Daley. Lisa Garrison has also qualified bul was unable lo attend the'  ceremony.  m  M  . "44  m  mony winch olhcially opened the hospital  extension at U  p m,  lasl  Sunday,  Picsklout ol tin1 Hospital Boaid, Ml.  Don Douglas 111(1 oduccd special guests  winch included lhe Hon. Isabel Dawson,'  PicsnU'iit of the British Columbia Hospital Association and Adiiiinisluitor ul  Campbell Uiver Hospital;' Mr Arthur S  Lighllool ami Ksccutive Duector ol  BCHA  Mr,   Duncan   ttiadlnid  Thc picence ol eighty cms in lhe  hospital's lower jiiii king aiea gives some  indication ol tin' number ol people who  attended tlio opening wheie 'inembeis  ol Ihe combined,hospital iiuxibuiics weie  on hand to give assistance whnio iv*  quired.    , ,  Welcoming   Ihu   vlsilois,  Mr.   Douglas  (llOW   lllll'l'llKlllJO   llll'   gCIICIIIUll   (lotllitloil'l  Which have eiialilcil eveiy loom In llm  new wing lo be lully Im nlshcil The M  beds lu (he new wing will Include l!l  acute cine bed, and !>:�� exlendcd cuio  " Iji'iIh.  Cuiioii Ainu (iii'i-nc dedIqiti'd lhe new  wing   with   a   pia.vcr   and   paid  .lilbulc  Hiiuging good   wishes Jioin the  Hon.  Italph.I,ollm.uk, MiiusUm  ol Health��wh<^ --  was-uiiiible to attend  lhe opening,  lion  babel   Dawson  ospiesseil   the  hope   Ihal  fin Hum   elloils   will   he   made   to   hi ing  spciul   and   intei'mediate   care   to   those  who need H   Mis   Dawson (iKo ejiproised    ���  lhe hope that  Pendei   Haiboui   will get a  ilmu', "we will then liave the lines! service   possible   and   if* is   ncbded   eveiy-  wheie", said   Mih   Dawson.  Iteleiiing lo hei woik with "Senior  Cili/ens ol Ihe Piovince, Mis, Dawson  saicf, they base done so much, lor in in  the past and piovuling Ihe caie" they  need is something wc can do hu them  C'oinmenlliig on lhe "dllficullies which  slowed-down mm.inKlion mul leuovation  piogie.-is,  Mm   Dnwson said Mho will  try'  lo speed ihing, up uIumi she  leluim to  Vichii'iu.  I'li'.lden) 11I llie IIC -Hospital's A,.-  socliilion, Mi l.ighllnni hioughl gieeliii|>,'i  liom Uu' Association uud congiiitu|alei|  lhe |l(i',|)ilnl liiuleei mid people ol Ihe  coiiiniunily on the eomplelloii ol Ihe he-  , niitiliil   building,  Tl)e lilack slarlish dislikes hghl and  has lo he collected by divers below the  lull's  HP  TOTEIV3 CLUB  FRIDAYS, 8:00 p.m. |  INDIAN HALL '  Jackpot $300  $75 TO GO  DOOR PRIZE ^  0*******00000000000000000fJ0,0*0000000  ^mmiimmwimimmmmmmw  SEE   OUR   FLYER  FOR   MORE MONEY SAVING  SPECIALS   DURING  OUR  1st   BIRTHDAY SALE  . i '    ��� '    ��� .    J J  PRICES    EFFECTIVE   MONDAY,   DEC.    0   TO    SAT.,    DEC 11  f  ll il.mlfc.ff,>*,,..!  Ir V* WLae MM.Ww*n^U��.A.Mta����^^ ,0.*. *.***,  >*r**r *r*r0*0*rr*t*rrr  '   ,.���0  I'l**  <0"  MORGAN'S���  MEN'S WEAfi  003.9330  Phono uan-202a  00B*90?3 Untuiry  I 600-9B1JJ Mont Popt.  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