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 \  \  X,  V  w  <:<;-���. w-vr3.aj:.?n 7riph:c Iniustrics  .-. v ���  \  \  \   .  . -ir.coave:- :  \ ���  V.A  \  \  oGrvice ���_,  \  Graduation parly . . .  Woman convicted for  letting minors drink  A-  Registrationr"*CTH2  Znd Clan Mall  ENINSULA  MRS. Fay Hall of Sechelt convicted of  allowing minors to drink cn her premises, was remanded for two weeks for  sentencing by provincial court Judge  Charles Mittelsteadt.  Penalty for the conviction is up to  $200 fine or 30 days imprisonment in default.  Four youthful witnesses testified that  they had attended a party at the Hall  residence on Cowrie Street Sept. 23, the  n.ight of the Elphinstone Secondary  School graduation party. All four youths  said that they consumed beer at the Hall  lillliiiie  AUXILIARY MEE iS TODAY  Annual general meeting of the Pender Harbor Auxiliary to St. Mary's Hospital is today at noon. The luncheon  affair will be in the Legion hall at Madeira Park.  SHOPPING HOURS  Many merchants in Sechelt and District will remain open until 9 p.m. Thursday, Friday, and Saturday, Dec. 21, 22,  23 to accommodate last minute shoppers,  said Morgan Thompson, president of the  Chamber of Commerce.  MAIL DEADLINES NEAR  Today is the deadline for Christmas  cards and parcels to be mailed to out-  of-town points in North America, according to the Canada Post Office. Dec. 17  is the deadline for local delivery*. The  rates for cards are six cents unsealed,  eight- cents sealed, (first ..class).^^^^^^^  fc..  ELLEN E. BRAGG  -fit H^^'-*1,^t,V,^��^a  IRENE  DANLON  residence.  Tim Rennie, 18, told the court that  he went to the Hall place "for a grad  party" which was an all-night affair. He  said he and some friends went to the  place between 10 p.m. to midnight .and  stayed until 8:30 the following morning.  He estimated there were 20 people at the  house.  Cathy Hall, 19, Mrs. Hall's''daughter,  was a member of the graduation class,  Rennie told the court.  When questioned by prosecutor Rod  Mackenzie of Vancouver about what  went on there, Rertnie replied that "we  danced and drank bee: " He said that  he drank beer that he had taken to the  house and, he added, "everybody drank."  He also testified that he was aware  of the painting of "Grad *72" signs that  were spread around the village stores  that night.  "Three of us went out and painted  the signs," he said. v *    s  "Why?" asked Mackenzie.  "Because it's normal."  He testified that he returned to the .  Hall house on the evening of Sept. 24  and "drank my beer" then he left about  3 a.m. At no time, he told the court, did  anyone attempt to stop him from drinking. He said that Mrs. Hall was present.  Susan Bunyan,   17  at   the   time  of  the  party,  said  that  she   went  to  the  Hall residence on the night of Sept. 23  as a guest of Cathy Hall. She said that  she arrived at the house about 11:50 p.m.  and stayed all night.  Asked what she did at the Hall party,  Miss Bunyan said, "got drunk.".  She said that she was drinking someone else's beer. She said that Mrs. Hall  was not at the house when she first arrived but she saw her later. She too,  testified that no one told her to stop  drinking.  She said that she went back to the  "Hair residence Sept724"af aboi_V7:30 iw^'"  stayed until 8 a.m. next morning.  Asked if she drank on that occasion,  she replied, "Just a couple. I was already  drunk when I got there."  The occasion of the party the second  night was Mrs. Hall's birthday, she said.  ��,. ..Dale Edward Stephansoh, 17, went to-��  the party, he said, Sept. 23 and drank  beer that he had brought with him. He  said that no one tried to stop him from  drinking. He too, was aware'of the painting incidents, he testified.  Fourth witness was David Taylor who  attended the first party and stayed until  about 5 a.m. No one tried to stop him  from drinking, he said.  Constables Bob Ogden and Clarence  Loyenuk made the arrests on the second night of partying, court was told.  The policeman said that they entered  the residence with a search warrant and  confiscated several bottles of beer which  were submitted as evidence.  Testifying in her own behalf and not  represented by counsel, Mrs. Hall said  that her daughter, Cathy, who had just  graduated from Elphinstone, invited a  few friends in for the evening. Mrs. Hall  said that she was not at the house  - earlier,  "We came in at 12:30 and there were  many people in the,house," she testified..  She said that she went to bed and when  she got. up at 5:30 a.m. "There were still  some kids ther.e but they had all left  by 8 a,m," ���  On Monday night, there was a birthday party for Mrs. Hall.  "I seen the boys and girls," she testified, .Ibutitjiever entered myj mind that  they were riot of age."  She said that she felt the young people were old enough to buy their own  "booze",  "     ""-." ������>���..-���.  "I didn't see them drink all this  booze,"  Mackenzie told the court that there  was no question drinking was going on.  ** �� i*,. ,����,*��'SheMknew�� there "-was* a'"party���her  ���i ���     :,. daughter organized one." She was aware  of the drinking and made no attempt  to stop it," court was told. "  .Judge Mittelsteadt noting from the  evidence of the four minors who admitted bringing beer to the residence and  drinking It there said; "It's your responsi  Serving the Sunshine Coast, (Howe Sound to Jervis Inlet), including Port Mellon, Hopkins Landing. Granthams Landing, Gibsons, Roberts Creek,  Wilson Creek, Selma Park, Sechelt, Holfmoon Boy, Secret Cove, Pender Hrb., Madeira Park, Garden Bay, Irvine's Landing, Earl Cove, Egmont  Union   ��W*   Label  This ltsue\ 14 Pages ���- 15c  LARGEST CIRCULATION OF ANY PAPER ON THE SOUTHERN SUNSHINE COAST.  Vol 10v, No 3 ��� WEDNESDAY. DECEMBER 13^ 1972  Murphy. Prescesky elected ...  School referendum defeated:  60 peri cent majority needed  CASTING HER BALLOT in Sechelt  Legion Hall Saturday was Mrs. Ada  Dawe, oae of the Peninsula's pioneers. Waiting her turn is Mrs. Billie  Steele, while standing left are Eva  Hayward, deputy returning   officer  and Florence Casey, poll clerk. Returning officer Jack Mayne was not  available at the time of the picture.  Voter turnout was termed "disappointing"  Roberts Creek shooting  Murder hearing tells how  year old man was  custody,  St. Mary's  names pair  ELLEN E, Bragg has been named full-  time' administrator ol the St, Mary's  Hospital, announced the board of trustees,,  Irer^e Dohlon,'7RNf has -been named  ,dlrcci6r,'''bt'.'''hurslhg,,',"'t'''' '"'" '"'*"���'  Mrs, Bragg, has had "varied, and excellent 'experience" In the field of hospital  work. Her last appointment was director  of medical social services and administrative assistant at Lions date Hospital,  North Vancouver.  . ��� ,��� Mrfl. /Donlon Is, a, graduate ��� ot, St,  Mary's Hospital, Montreal; Sho came to  Sechelt in October, 1071 as head nurse  ���QlUkQJIfflUS^^  Secholt, she has successfully completed   ���IO '.riLi.!*.."1'���  PRELIMINARY hearing of Rayner Leslie  Brummell',   63,  charged    with    noncapital murder, has been adjourned to -  Dec, 14 in Burnaby.  Brummell is charged with the gun  shot death Aug. 15 of his stepson, Gerald  Wesley Davie, 41.  Preliminary hearing was held Thursday in provincial court, Sechelt. Hearing  the case, was Judge. James K., Shaw, of  Burnaby provincial court.  Court was told that Davie arrived at  , the Brummell, cabin,, jin, Roberts , Creek,,  ori the morning of Aug. 15.  Sgt, William Saunders of the Sechelt,,  RCMP detachment testified that Brum-'"  riiell, In a statement" taken shortly Of ter  the shooting said he got up off his,bed  and "grabbed a .303 ancl cranked one in  It nnd let it go from, the���hip, I pointed  it at him and fired just one shot." Dftvie  has suffered a wound in the upper left  arm and chest,         'Brummell told Saunders that Davie  had been'drinking and had become abusive to his' mother, Brummell's wife,  Saunders said that he asked Brummell to re-enact the scene,  _ __._._..���,  ���-������__._ ���__r_..���,. ,���     Brum;j��ell( suffering from a back In-  blllty to see they that they do, not con?   Jury,  Is crlpled and  has  difficulty  in,  sumo liquor on your premises." <'7\ standing straight, Isold Saunders, He said  He then remanded her,for'sentencing   that Brummell walked in an "apo-llko  In two weeks, She Is not being field In   fashion with his hands used to hold up  _mi___t_rk_rlu '���  hla body," When Saunders arrived at tho  Needy to be helped  ��� ��� *  Christmas merrier  thankstotheElves  *it*i&mfmtm  the nursing unit administration courso.  "Wo welcome bpth ol these appointees  to the hospl^ staff ahd fcol confident,  that tooth, will give of the best to their  appointments and < to' the community," ,  ��� said a spokesman, ,  THIS Christmas will bo a great deal  , 'merrier' thari irtost for many underprivileged families and senior cltUens on  the Sunshine Coast, thanks to the efforts  of a grouph of anonymous ,���, benefactors  calling themselves the Elves.  Throughout the, year, club members  Jotoj^.^  Elves stress that their work Is not charity.       ...,.���..���:  "IV la acommunityeffort pf giving; to  loo returned again f"* 'the well-being, of  the community',  "Anyone caught in �� bind may be the  recipient ol an Elves hamper, just as long  scene, he said Brummell was, on his  hands and knees on the driveway and his  wife was standing beside him.  Court was also told that Davie arrived  at the Brummell cabin that morning  with two hitchhikers that he had picked  up near the B.C. Ferry terminal at Langdale. The two persons, Molly Roberg of  Portland, Ore, and Martin Conway, now  living in Vancouver, arrived,at the cabin.  Miss Roberg said that Davie and Conway drank a bottle of vodka that Davie  had taken from , theBrummell house,  Then D a v i e sent Conway./ in;' Davie's  car, to the liquor store to get some more  liquor, said  Miss Roberg.  Miss Roberg1 and Davie went in the ���  housr where Mrs,. Brummell prepared  coffee, Davie and his mother argued for  about IS minutes, she told court. She  said that Davie called his, mother several  derogatory names. Sho said .that Brum- -  mell ordered Davie to straighten up or  leave and Davie replied he didn't have  ''tO,' ���      ������t<-"i'".-u..,:���...y,:-'r. , ,  Miss Roberg testified that Brummell  told Davie, "I'll shoot you," If he didn't,  leave.  At that point, said Miss Roberg, Mrs.  Brummel said, "Don't shoot him, I've already lost one son, I don't Want to lose ,  '���another,".'--.-.'"'.,        ������������, ���.:'..---.,-...������,-,���������  '���   . ��� ,  Miss Roberg said that she then left  the .hpuso and ran' down the road, ,  ��� .�� Mrs..Blanche,Melba,Baker,,next door,,  neighbor of Brummohs^ said v that Mrs,  Brummell came to her place and asked  that the police and an ambulance be  called, Mrs, Baker said that Just prior to  that, she heard a shot.     ���  '     '  Davie was still alive when Dr. J; D,  Hobson i of Sechelt, arrived on the scene  and administered first old court' was told,  Davlo wns transported to St, Mary's Hospital In Sechelt wlneyo he o^led at 0;W  pm,, Hobaon's statement said, The shoot-  Ing-tpok^plac^*��bout*il2:05rp;m7wsttir  Hobson;,,    ��� ���  ��� Defence counsel, Bernard Schachter,  Vancouver, asked that Judge Shaw adjourn the trial for one week ' #o that  Brummel could remain on Uil, He said  that he would have to apply In supremo  court for permission fop Brummel to re-  VOTERS Saturday turned down a school  referendum for a new gymnasium and  auto shop facilities at Elphinstone Secondary School.  There were 795 yes votes and 699 no  votes. The required 60 per cent majority  needed to pass was not reached.  Peter Prescesky of Madeira Park and  Patrick Murphy of Halfmoon Bay were  elected school trustees over Mary Kingston and Kay White.  As expected voters in the Pender  Harbor area cast a resounding no to'the  referendum with 180 against and 62 for.  Halfmoon Bay voted against the referendum, 31 yes and 50 no. In Sechelt  school, voters cast 44 no votes to 43 yes  votes. Only other area opposing the referendum was Gambier Island.  The school district sought the $429,000  referendum for a new, freestanding gymnasium and automotive shop at Elphinstone.  Half of the referendum���$214,500���  would have been paid by the provincial  government.  The present gym was built in 1952  for a much smaller enrolment and therefore has served the larger community for  20 years7 "" ~~"~" ^,-^.-���..-..,-  Said a spokesman: "The light is poor,  the floor is wearing out and while the  shower and dressing-room areas have  been renovated many times, the facilities  are still inadequate. With the increased  enrolment, the school must deny a full  physical-education program~to a number  of students or place up to 70 pupils in  the gym with two teachers." The automotive shop was intended to give boys another option because of the interest in  the operation and repair of cars and  motorbikes.  "Through this interest, some boys  might gain useful employment in the  local garages while others might continue  their education in the technical and vocation field."  Terry Booth, school trustee for Sechelt, was returned by acclamation.  Here's how the voting went throughout the district for the referendum:  Poll                                 Yes No  Egmont   . .���_   6 16  Garden Bay  1   9 36  Madeira  Park  .. 47 127  Sechelt school  . 43 44  Sechelt village  86 62  Davis Bay -.  55 39  Halfmoon  Bay   .._ 31 50  Roberts Creek  _.. 75 57  ��� Elphinstone    90 51  Langdale  ....��� . 77 21  Gambier Island     2 8  Bowen Island 27 16  Gibsons  village ............ 247 169  7 Rural areas A and B were the only  communities voting for school trustee  in the district., Total? were; Kingston,  195; Murphy; 213; Prescesky, 217; White,  151.  Here's how the voting went poll by  poll for school trustee: Egmont; Kingston, 10, Murphy, 6, Prescesky, 7, White,  16.  Garden  Bay���Kingston. 25;  Murphy"!  14; Prescesky, 22; White, 22,  .. ,���Madeira .Park���Kingston,, 63;uMurphy,,  73; Prescesky, 117; White, 65.  Sechelt school-Kingston, 39; Murphy,  64; Prescesky, 40; White, 24, ���   >  Halfmoon Bay���Kingston, 08; Murphy,  56; Prescesky, 31; White, 24.  Osborne  tops  ,ii. *������  Ad-Briefs  point  Ihe way  lo acllonl  In Today's: Classified:-  irmvH'iw*.mrwtvt-ftftt'riww ffjaMMiMwtn,. u��fen>tt.lr'i)W(Nwiw<4��nMnw   . ���.. -     ���������,_���      _,    P�� the food bold* out. All,a recipient Is ^ .        .- ��� ...   ,    ,     ...-..--��� ., ������  have been stockpiling grocery Items and    J.Hed to do In return Is, when or If In "���"fW ��f be Is committed to trial,  laying aside one, cent each day for dlst-   the pOJjtion to do eo/joln the Elves to        Judgo Shaw said that there was not  help someone else," '"  mM99mmnmmi99utmmmm0tif4��mm��m4t44mmm49>mmm44mmtm944mim  MOBILE Home axle  wheels and tiros*  ��� (Qoodyoar) with warranty, $250,  K'"'������WWW��a��t��M|��IIM��<<>WII>y����IWWWWI����M��>>l��IWWWW��IWWW>  �� Timet Classlfloda reach Oyer 12,500 homes  7U<),QQQ.fMd*n),:~r~��.��--w~_r��-~w���,���  Jlmo.ap��s|f|ed.,poJNTOj����h��p��,A_^  not on lawn*, streets or In culverts  * Times Classlfloda are low-cost, blah-potency  sales tonics.  ���' Phona llnei open Sunday; claiilflad  805-9654 Sochelf, 886-2121 Gibsons,  ' trlbutioiv to the needy -at Christmas,  Last year, before the club wos formed officially; participants distributed 33  food hampersr to less fortunate families  and senior citizens' tho length of the  Sunshine Coast, along with chljdren's  toys and clothing.,  And'an Elves spokesman told The  Times thoy hope to Incrcaso tholr aid  this year,  "TOY0:DONATED '-r**���'U^J"   Gibsons Fire Department recently organized a collection of used children's  toys, which they repaired and donated to  tho Elves' project,      ,        ���  And QlbBons residents were "extre^  ~rnelrB,'nerous,,in supporting-������-collection-  , of .food and ,Clvrlstmas��trcata Jield .Friday,.,  and Saturday, said tho olub spokesman,  Over 100 toys, ranging from rocking  horses to bicycles, were donated, said'  the Elves, and contributions   are still  coming In,   '  v Names of needy famine* are supplied  I.OC0-MEMBEH GOAL  The a! ��b presently counts a membership of 69, and organisers *ay their goal  Js 1.009, "   ,'   7   '   \  This would m^ke'lt possible to as��|��t  In a community .happening,, such as a,  Port Mellon lay-off," they said.  Typical food hampers ^ distributed by  the Elv^a, Include a IS pound turkev,  Chrlstmas-'cakfrshrlmps,-" cheese,- pppl��  Juice and chocolates.  ��� rive Elves contribute to each hamper  during, the year^ne grocery Item a  month and a penny-a-day,  Anyone Interested In learning more  -about*the organizetlon*and��1helr��work-Is  ..osked toJwrlte:��Elvc8,.c/o,Glbsons���Unltcd  Church, Gibsons,   '  "Rov, Williamson has kindly consented lo let, us use his church for a  mailing address," said the Elves, hut  stressed they were a non-religious, non  profit-making orflanlwtlpn,  muclf- question in his mind that*, Brummell would be committed but he agreed  to the adjournment to give "fyhachter  timo to apply for, ball. ,  Crown prosecutor Robert' Gardner o*  Vancouver, did not oppose tho adjournment,  Village trying to get  MMLotCht.stma&  GIBSONS may yet see Its long-awaited  decorative Christmas lighting beforo  Deo... 2D, >    .        AW.  Winston Robinson reported  to  council's re<;on{ meeting that efforts wore   .i'progrcMlnaVtoJlnd..a~sul^  forjho village. 7 said thatjils knowledge of Wlneejring  might be "oi"valu3~lo" U��o'vlllifte"while  NEWCOMER to civic    politics,, Dennis  Shuttleworth, unseated   Aid.    Norm  Watson in Sattprday's election for Secholt  village council;  Aid, Ted Osborne topped tho poll with1  102 votes and was returned to office,  Shuttleworth. was, closo - behind... with - 00  votes and Watson trailed with 77 Yotos,  ' Osborne campaigned on tho basis Pot  "a sound and practical business admin- ,  istratlon < for tho affairs ot tho < vljilago,  especially having In mind planning'for,  the future and expansion of the village," V  He added: "In the past the council ',  has made steady progress In Improvements with the means at tholr disposal1  and has managed lo avoid bonded In  debtednwsr��W��-ai'o*no^-foccd~wlih-a;'  situation w|��ore a Jargo amounVof money  will have to be spent. A aew��g^ system  will haye1 to be Installed according to  federal and provincial regulations,"  Shuttleworth, a professional consult-  CoundiraiUHoHmr'hlmnonjnrrchMo  necessary lighting within their, budget  apd arrange to have it hooked up,  "I would llko to see some showing  that wa are trying to do something this  year/' said Mayor, Wally feteroon,1  discussion of the proposed sewer system  Is under way,  Watson had expressed Interest in see*  Ing the ecwpr system to fruition, He was  also on the airport committee,  PATRICK MURPHY  i, .i.  f.  i��ta>*i��^giitM��fiiw*a��HiWa^<^tnirt'flW wwwf -Mws wiwi  vmfMWtwmFtw  i^tm^mmmmm^mmmm  ^mmmmmmm^t^mmfm^m \  A  \.  \  V  7   V  \  lumjuuuuuimniuuiannnnni  j......im.hmi��mmmi  ThePeninsulaT^��6 \  EDITORIALS  ���/ may be wrong, but I shall not be so wrong as to fait to say what I believe to be right."  ���John Atkins  L Richard T. Proctor, \Managing  Editor v  Surprising school figures  QZEHZEak  NOW that the shouting and fcry of elections are over (hopefully the federal  government won't call an election^ for  some time) we can sit back and look the  situation over particularly as it pertains  to schools.  An interesting report prepared by an  unidentified official of the provincial  Department pf Education predicts that  va dip in enrolment in the elementary  grades will continue until 1978. That  means, according to the report, that at  constant -pupil/teacher ratios, smaller  numbers of elementary teachers will be  needed. The number of openings therefore will depend largely on the number  of withdrawals, but as that number has  consistently exceeded the number entering from B.C. education faculties, any  reduction in hiring should logically be  at the expense of imported teachers and  returnees who have been moving in and  rut of the profession, the report states.  Further: "The increases in secondary  enrolments will be slower _than they  have been in recent years and turnover  of secondary teachers is smallc. Nevertheless the numbers of openings for  teachers in secondary schools will remain  high for the next five years and the  shortage of specialists, particularly teachers of commerce, art, industrial arts,  physical education, music will continue.  'After 1978 the supply should catch  up to the demand with openings depending almost entirely on the number of  withdrawals and retirements.  This next statement is alarming:  "There may have to be a lot of disruption and movement of staff and even  temporary closure , of_ sbme elementary  schools during the next five or six years.  Teachers who have been several years in  one school will not be happy to move,  not only out of that school but also out  of the district. We expect a lot of job-  security debates in the future."  Some schools may have to close  and some teachers may have to move  is a startling statement in what is considered a growth province.  Those persons insisting on new  schools ' and better teacher/pupil ratio  should study that statement. An area will  have t6 be carefully assessed to determine if it will be in a growth pattern or  not. Marginal growth areas should not  be too quick to demand new facilities.  Multi-million dollar expenses might be  nice now but will they be needed in a  f��w years? What is the point of building  a million-dollar white elephant? And  yet, just because of projections, today's  students should not get short changed.  If facilities are needed and can be used,  they must be provided. However, Just  how costly the facility and how high  the expense will have to be considered.  Consider the following: "Each decrease of one pupil in the pupil/teacher  ratio creates a demand for 1,000 teachers, but it also increases relative costs  by about $15 million," according to the  study. 'Tn sever-' "jtricts it will not be  possible to rm -din the present staff  by any reasonable decrease in pupil/  teacher ratios, particularly in individual  schools. A five per cent decrease in  pupil/teacher ratio may not seem impressive, but it can be very expensive in  Jerm of costs per pupil.  "Recent increases in the number of  kindergarten classes probably will continue. At present about 60 per cent of  the five-year-old pop tion is enrolled.  In spite of geographical difficulties, this  could easily rise to 75 per cent 6r more,  which would mean an increase of 7,000  half-time pupils and about 140 more  kindergarten teachers.  "The increase in secondary and the  decrease in elementary enrolments and  the reversals of the trends will coincide.  Teachers of grades 6 and 7 should not  find the transition to grades 8 and 9  difficult nor should the reverse direction be a problem.  "The decline in secondary enrolment  which will begin in 1977-78 will occur  at the same time as a great increase in  the need for adult or post-secondary  instruction. Here again the demand for  . specialists will be greatest."  Members of the school board, in the  next five years, will have their work cut  out for them rationalizing, these and a  host of other problems. Lots of luck to  them.  Page 2  The Peninsula Times     Wednesday, DecembW 13, 1972  READERS' RIGHT  Letters to the Editor are the opinions of readers, and not necessarily those of The Times. A  nom-de-plume (nay be used for publication, but all originals must be signed by the writer.  Canada, is NOT called a "legion".  Gibsons and District KINSMEN CLUB  "'" I few VIear 5 dSall  ELPHINSTONE SCHOOL AUDITORIUM  Dance to the Sounds of the "Country Touch"  Doors Open 9 p.m.���Dancing 10 -^2:30 a.m.  * Midnight-Buffet  ic Refreshments Available  ic Dress Optional  $7.50 Per Person  TICKETS AVAILABLE:  ���Su nnyc res. Esso  ���Western Drugs  r any Gibsons Kinsmen  ^:OiO:O:a:O:O:O:fl:O:0^^  He's 15 and concerned  Editor, The Times,  Sir: I have read and listened to what  people have had to say about the proposed recreation centre. I have heard  people being called bums and lunatics.  Heard the referendum results and I am  terribly disappointed. To think that people are so selfish that they won't lei go  an extra $15 a year. Now I ask the people, how much do you spend on beer,  cigarettes, cigars, tobacco, books or magazines in one year? Also, you who have  children around 12 to 16 years old���  where are they tonight? Where will they  be this weekend? To those of them who  still say they can't afford it, I make less  than $75 a year and could easily skip  out on Coke and other little luxuries and  easily pay that extra $15 a year, one fifth  of my income.  If you still don't believe it, I'll put  it this way. All you'd have to do is give  up three bottles of rye a year. I myself,  if need be, would give that $15 without  grumbling. My name is Bill Christiansen.  I'm 15 years old and concerned.  (Master) BILL CHRISTIANSEN  Gibsons  Anavets not troubled  Organize charities  RECENTLY a letter to the editor de_-  plored the fact that children are allowed, in fact encouraged, to go door-  to-door soliciting for scouts, cubs, service clubs and a number of other organizations. The writer complained that because he is on a fixed income���a pension���the cost of contributing to these  youngsters' organizations ��� however  worthy ��� is becoming too costly.  The writer said he finds it difficult  to say no to the youngsters and slam  the door in then? faces and so he contributes. Of course, this is what the  adult leaders pf these groups count on  -���the difficulty in turning away a young-  Also, there arc often street solicita-  The Peninsula^*"148*  Published Wednesdays nt Sechelt  on,D.C'a Sunshine Cotut,-,,���,,..����.,,,.,,_  by  Powell River NeWaS Town Crier  Sechelt Times Ltd.  Box 310 - Sechelt, D.C,  Subscription Rates; (la advance)  Local, .6 per'year, Beyond. 35 ml|es, $7,  U.S.A.. .9. Overseas, $10, ��  .ervlnit the area from fori fyttllon to Egmom  (Howe Sound lo hrvls Inlet)  ' .i  tions. Door-to-door ratfd street sales are '  not only costly to pensioners and everybody else���they are a nuisance.  That is why United Appeal, United  Good Neighbors or Red Feather groups  are set up; to do away with door-to-door  begging.  Perhaps such an organization to coordinate charitable programs on the  Sunshine Coast should be investigated.  Operation of such groups are well-known  and need not be gone into here. Suffice it to say that some civic unit should  form itself into a steering- committee  to look into such an organization. Now  is, a good time to get one started before  it gets 'out of hand7 It's already difficult to hold on tp.  ,.,.,.,.��� As the a population increases and the  charitable groups multiply, we can expect more door-to-door solicitations,  backed up by massive-mail order and  street campaigns, .  ""-Thev/riterofthelcttcr also-deplored *  the fact that tiny children are going  around on Halloween seeking handouts,  There's nothing wc can do about  that.other tjvan to suggest that mothers  wait at least until the youngsters aro old  enough to understand what Halloween  is all about, Why teach them begging  habits at too early ap age? Perhaps it's  to train them to go dbor-to-door ori their  own when they're older,  Harbour Supplies  PENDER HARBOUR  fl  ��BEfl��al"l!��SWrt*-'ff!W*-t ��^a,BJ(��(j4-Sia��B*t[iH>TOtW  WE HAVE A LARGE SELECTION OF  INGLIS APPLIANCES  Also a Complete Line of  SPEED QUEEN APPLIANCES  |-W/^^;P!^^-lfflRIG^Ttfe  Editor, TheTimes  Sir: Wednesday evening, Dec. 6, numerous members of Anavets phoned me,  wanting to know why an article, printed  in a small local paper should state that  "Anavets have troubles".  The monthly meeting of the regional  board had, (I presume) been covered by  someone representing the paper" in which  the article appeared. In the first place,  the entire article covered several different  subjects acted upon by the regional board.  Why the entire regional board business  should be headed by a 24 point headline  stating what seems to be of more interest  to the reporter than the matter of a  medical clinic for Pender Harbour or  other, more important, social needs, is to  my mind, ludicrous editorializing.  A letter, written by a Mr. H. L.  Gowley of Metcalfe 'Roadv states in part  that he objects'to having a "beer parlor"  and   commercial   enterprise   located   on  Highway 101. ��� ������������    7,..,..-  For the record, Mr. Cowley works for  Wolstencroft real estate, has a summer  residence up here and from making inquiries, 1 find he comes up occasionally  - through ��� the �� summer * for- a - weekend. ��� If -��  Mr,  Cowley  had   taken the  trouble  to  inquire into the matter, the access load  which runs the length of 520 feet down  our property from the highway was pegged, and officially gazetted long before *  we  purchased  the  property I   After   an  interview with Mr. L'Hlrondel'e, at the  Department of Highways,  It, was quite ,  satisfactory to Mr. L'Hlrondelel and certainly   amenable   to   Anavets   that ' tho  entrance tp our properHy would bo 500  feet from the Highway, NOT as In tho  ���case of the Peninsula Hotel, Legion " 109,;-  or  Legion  140,  directly    on  tho  High  , way. Incidentally, a presume again, Mr,  Cowley's Ignorance of ,the fact that we  are NOT a "Legion bec^ parlor" Is duo  to his not knowing that our organization,1  Army, Navy and Air Fqrco Veterans li\ -  I think Miv Cowley, who seems to be  a "summer complaint", should look into  the yearly over-all accident reports as  concerns drunken driving and WHERE  they happened. Begin in real estate I can  imagine Mr. Cowley has some brilliant  suggestion to offer as to how he could  get to his own summer cottage from  Lower Road without an access road.  I received a letter from Mr. Cowley  dated Nov. 6, 1972, offering our club a  choice piece of property on Hall Road.  In the letter he" takes great pains to outline the advantages of a "legion" site  right on Hall Road, but he seems to have  forgotten to mention anything about access. I would appear that when a dollar  is to be made on the sale of property by "  a real estate salesman, any moral indignation as to the danger to the public  from drunken "legion beer parlor drivers" is conveniently not mentioned.  Our organization has, in the past year,  held four dances! We are NOT a beer  parlor because we have no license! Had  Mr. Cowley shown Anavets the courtesy  of getting his facts straight before electing himself guardian of the moral manifestations of our local beer parlors and  drunks driving home from "legions",- he  may have helped the people who are  trying to form, a decent ex-servicemen's  club. He is welcome to join. That is, if  he ever saw service.  fi... So,'as far as Anavets having trouble,"  the matter of rezoning as progressing  exactly as |he regional board has indicated. Thar the matter is under advisement, and the advisory planning commission and Anavets are to meet to discuss further action.  R.  A. McBRIDE,  Secretary,  Army, Navy and Air Force, Unit 357  NOTICE  Pender Harbour��� Egmont Areo  For Insurance of all kinda  Phone your Resident Agent  JOHN BREEN LTD.  883-2794 (24 liours)  o  o  o  ���������������  ���������������  ���������������  ���������������  <o  o-  ���������������  ���������������  a  o  .���_*���  ���'O  ���������������  ���������������  o  o  o  o  o  o  <o  o  o  o  ���o  Eat in or Take Out  * Pressure Fried Chicken  * Spare Ribs * Fish 'n Chips  TRY OUR DELICIOUS  Spaghetti & Meat Sauce or Meal Balls  Phone Order In  Ready for pick u  885 9811  Open seven days a week ��  Mon. to Sat. 7 a.m. to 8 p.m. <*  r .....  We will close Dec. 22 until after New Year ��  AGE CAFE  SECHELT S  .-a./.,...a,..,,..., ',���,..'       ,.     .,;,.1���..�� ,..'.   ���.,,.*.   - f,���..,,.....- J  ..     ...a.    "���a"-,���.  <.  wi%m*!w*<fi��Mq>m>m  WE HAVE A GOOD  SELECTION OF  RECORDS-AND-TAPES.  883-2513  *     ,     .   \  V LONG TONKA fl J  OQ  MIGHTY GRADER     J_i9o��0  d.E, OUTPOOR CHRISTMAS LIGHTS jf ||A  ^Sparkla*and��Glowr25l����TK^^  CHANEL NO. S GIFT SET * * 7gkgk  Very Special Christmas Prlco ...    J| JUUU  TIMEX WRIST WATCHES  POT OF-GOLD CHOCOLATES"  " Mb,' box '���.,ZZ.l,... 7...  1.96  WINE ART  The gift that will bring ehoar that will last 1  all yoar long.  W^aaMWTMalllaW^  CHRISTMAS HOURS  T I   l  GIBSONS '  Opon Friday, December 22, until 9;00 p.m,  .. _____..  _, .......  _ . .._  .. �� *  m.tPf(w*iw��S'fri'^^  "'" " '  "'SJ^HELT ''���'  _ Monday, December 18, open till voo hbuw1  .Thurs,; Frl,f Sot,/Deer 2)-22-23 open tilTj^nC  Sunday, DoComb��rM;iro;mT��(r4>Tfii  ��:   DON'T FORGET OUR PYMMA PARTY ON MONDAY, DECEMBER 18  flllMIlMMBTO  "���+���*> *   f '- ivi-"- �����*������'   t ir-  .     ��� I  .   ��.   *v,  #Mt!mmwtmmw9>m**M  ffia#��*��a��'��*a!aa^^  ttomtmafsmmmtom!!  mmm��mm��imim  ���WfMW'ttttMag^  mmyi$mmwl>mwm \  \  \\  \   \.  Concert  Wednesday, December 13, 1972       The Peninsala Times  Page 3  \  ELVES CLUB described as "extremely generous" public support of  their recent Christmas gift collec-  tion. A small selection of the wide  variety of presents donated is seen  here at Gibsons United Church.  Strait talk  ��� by Joan Proctor  'Should be disregarded' .. ,  Chapman Creek low-flow  figures held unreliable  A COMPREHENSIVE    muspc    prograrri  will be held Monday, Dec. 18 at 7\p.m,  in Elphinstone's    gymnasium    when  10  musical groups will perform.  There will.be three groups from the  Pender Harbor area, two fcpm Sechelt,  one from Roberts Greek and fqur frbm  the Gibsons area. There will be instrumental and choral music. Seven of the  groups will perform for \he first time'  ^nclurfing-a-band-from-Sechelt-Elemew=���  tary School and a Grade 1 choral and  percussion group from Madeira Park Elementary School.  Performances from the choir at Sechelt Elementary School will be directed  by Robyn Eriwata and the Elphinstone  band will be conducted by Mel Campbell.  Both of these groups are well-known  not only on the peninsula but also in the  Vancouver area. A band consisting of  adults and students from Pender Harbor  Secondary School will also perform, and  there will be a small instrumental ensemble from Gibsons and choirs from  Roberts Creek and the Gibsons area. The  program will conclude with community  carol singing accompanied by the Elphinstone band.  * The concert is free and word sheets  will be provided for the community carol  singing. Parents and friends are invited.  I'VE noticed that whenever we're going  out and I ask my husband if I look  alright, he always answers, "sure, you  look great!"  I could be wearing a plastic garbage  bag or the slipcover from a couch and  he'll still say, "yes dear, you really look'  nice tonight." But, as soon as we reach  bur^destination I'll let a remark like,  "hey did you realize your slip is showing," or "why did you wear that outfit,  it makes you look fat."  One time after I'd played the organ  for 9 wedding at which 250 guests were  present, my husband casually remarked,  "bid you know the zipper on the back  of your dress wasn't zipped up?" "We  could all see your bra."  On another occasion we were shopping  at the food store and I not'ced folks giving me a funny look. My dress was done  up, my ha?- was neat, and my shoes  matched. What on earth was wrong?  Then I glanced down at my leg. Inside  my left nylon was a box top from some  cereal. In big letters it said Fortified  Pep. I had done my week's shopping with  a free advertisement in my panti hose.  When I confronted my husband he just  laughed and said, "yes I did notice it,  but figured it was a new fad or something."  Another time I came out of the ladies  room of a particularly crowded restaurant  with part of my cocktail dress tucked  into myJbritches. Again my husband didn't mention-it until'much later on because he didn't want me to feel self-  conscious all evening.  I've found that, when you have kids,  to look after and a house to run there's  little time left for primpL �� in front of  a.mirror. Usually mother's .he' last one  to get ready for an outing and has to  , Jump into an outfit at the last moment,  then rosh to the car. My husband will  then ultimately ask, "What took you so  long?!' Smiling through clenched teeth  I'll then inquire, "Well do I look alright?"  He'll smile and say, "Darling, you al*  ways loqk great!" Then when we're returning from the' evening's outing he'll  say, "Did you, know the sales tag was  still hanging from your right sleeve?"  I don't know what the solution to  my problem is. Fc      while I even took  ��to-asking1 the kid* *!��� I looked" alright  before departing for *n evening out.  -������* My eldest son is too much like hla  father ahd always says; "Yaa Mom, you  looK Just line", My young^t son is too  little to care about such trivia and my  daughter is too honest, After listening to  a critique from her I usually decide to     __  stay home and clean out, the fireplace,.  '����  or do some other menial task suited to    ^*  folks like myself who've yet to make the  best dressed. list,  You jtnow, after having given It a  -great'dealof thought,H think I like my  'husband's criticisms beat, After all, what  can bo wrong with always looking great?  LOW-FLOW figures recorded on the old  Chapman Creek gauge are unreliable  because the recorded results are far.  lower than actual flows, Martin Dayton,  consulting engineer told Sunshine Coast  Regional District board of directors at  their meeting recently.  Dayton, in a letter, told the directors  that summer low-flow figures would .not  provide the regional water system with  one million gallons of water per day.  "Our advice, therefore, is that the  commercial fisheries " branch be advised  to disregard the low flows recored at the  old Chapman Creek gauge because the  recorded results are far lower than actual  flows.  "Secondly, we advise that you concur with the fisheries branch that preservation of the spawning grounds and  rearing areas is of prime importance to  the district, but that limitation of withdrawals from the creek to between Nov.  1 and July 14 is not practical or possible  for a waterworks utility. In place of this,  you propose to construct storage works  upstream in the watershed so that water  can be released into the creek during  summer droughts or low flows.  "These storage works would be designed to maintain a minimum flow of  compensation water in the creek at all  times.  "Lastly, >���u should advise that these  storage works would not be constructed  for some years, depending on growth  of the area, and extensions to the pre  sent system. Similarly, the entire flow  applied for in the water license would  not be diverted for some years and your  current application is merely the first  stage in a program to protect and provide  for the regional water supply to the  .Sunshine Coast."  Director Frank West moved, with a  second by Director Lorne Wolverton that  a letter be written to the water rights  comptroller in Victoria containing *.he  comments and recommendations  Dayton concerning the water available in  the creek.  I wish to sincerely thank  all the voters who have  entrusted me to look  after their interests. In  expression of my gratitude, I shall earnestly  endeavor to ensure that  no one will be dissatisfied  with my services as alderman.  "Ted" OSBORNE  New Years Eve Dance  i .  Sponsored by  SECHELT CHIEFS SOCCER CLUB  DOORS OPEN AT 9:00   ���    SUPPER  MUSIC by the LEVIATHANS  $6.00 per person  OPEN TO ALL OVER 19  i$iaiOi0iOi0i$i0io;fti0^  ZJhank Lyon  'oter& I  I would like to extend my  thanks to the people who  helped ma,In my cam-  palgn. My slncore thanks  also to those who supported mo at the polls, I know  that I' will bo a success*  ful alderman,  HUGH ARCHER  P*m444wmimmmmwim44mimar99mm*m'ii944im4immmmmmmmm  i \mMMAM.nm.wmMiiiim  1 __.  ��� ������>  <���*���  ...   i  DEC. 16  2:00p.m._  at  BANKOF:  Lead in by the  sechelt indian  school band  ��'**tf,W'#fc*a*��ijMi#ifW  .       '  v  aocurei  "A    DANtlNQ  9:30 to 1:30 d.m.  Pizza Available  Doneetd  "CROSS COUNTRY EXPRESS"  The best in live entertainment  SATURDAY, DECEMBER  16th  Jd/N THE FUN  PENINSULA-HOTEL^  Highway 101 ��� Cover Charge ��� 886-2472  Old Dutch - Tri Pack  Froxen  on over 20 lbs.  WE HANDLE SWIFT'S  PREMIUM BUTTER BALL  TURKEYS  Japanese  Mandarin  Oranges  $259  Box  Dec. 14 ���  15-16  Libby's  TOMATO  ; JUICE  19 ox.  4189'  Pork ChopS    Approx. 5-lb. bag  Sausage "Meat'" ----���-������������  Nabob  Com Cream and  Whole Kernel  ������r.���T������, ...  9JKi��:  Aluminum Foil Wrap  18-inch   . .   Reynold  Pineapple ' Nabob TCroshedr" ���-~���^^  mt....  v.���... 9 f& pjp  Sliced or Tid  PicMeS Kosher or Poliki Dills  Heimc "-.'.''IS 'ox." ..���7.Ir.^,.���...^���j.L.  Salted Mixed Nuts  IVi 16. Bag .;;..���:.....������.���.....���.���:;.  I Meat Spreads p���ritan  13 ox�� Assorted  Johnsons  pi^aM<MR��*RM��Mlt��Mqi>ta^����M��l����^ll|>l*M|iM*|<l<)*M>|4ll*|'f|{|tM|  ���'  and GINGER ALE  -legation-  Sport Cola  |Can0da Dry a, Qts,  Hce___^�� rea m w  pail ���.���..,..���   California Lettuce uroe,     *    *&     mb*__  Crisp Heads ...���7. .....������.;...���..;���,....  ijfor QjT  California Celery   .:....:..,.....: ..:.;......��� 15* ��>.  *��� *~+We;reserye"the'right<to limit'quari0los'*-^"7]  ��H-  fSSjB*  MUM!  ^fliMIIMIiSIBifllM3liJ  YOUR GIFTS AT MORGAN'S  min  ^.^m ����^ _hp ^n^^^^^^w^n^tM9t^t9sss^9999^^^^^^^^m^^mmtmm^^^m*9^^mwy^wn osavfVpi  h .'  .'.,  ���"������   '��!l''  *_*_i.  'In'...' I \  \  N  \  Poge 4-���Peninsulo Times, \Wednesdoy,   Dec.   13,  1972  _,    _ ��� Sechelt-Phone 885-9654  The Peninsula jime*  Gibsons - Phone 886-2121  Clossified  AD-BRIEFS  HHWWUMWM  III .  Published Wedrvesdoys by  Powell Rive"r News Town Crier  Sechelt Times Ltd.  ot Sochelt. B.C.  Established 1963  Member, Audit Burea.  of Circulations  September  30,   1972  Gross Circulation 33S0  Paid Circulation 2727  As filed with the Audit Bureau  of Circulation, subject to audit.  Classified Advertising Rates:  3-Line Ad-Briefs (12 words)  One Insertion $1.10  Three   insertions $2.20  Extra lines (4 words) .��� 30c  (This rate does not apply to  commercial Ad-Briefs)  Box Numbers '. , 50c extra  50c Book-keeping charge is added  for Ad-Briefs not paid by  publication date,  Legal  or  Reader  advertising  35c  per count line.  Deaths, Card of Thanks, In Mem-  oriam, Ktarr\pQ&_ano Engagement  notices af@~$3.60 (up to 14 lines)  ond 30c per line after that. 4  words per line.  Birth, Notices, Coming Events take  regular classified rates.  Subscription Rates���  if  Mail;  Local Area ��� __$6.00 jri.  Outside Ucal Area .$7.00 yr.  U.S.A  $S-00 *'���  Overseas  Special Citizens,  Local  Area  ���  Canada      Single Copies  _$10.00  yr.   _$3.S0   $4.00  JHUyJSc  Copyright and/or property rights  subsists in all display advertising  and other material appearijng in  this edition of the Sechelt Peninsula Times. Permission to reproduce wholly or in port and in  any form whatsoever, particularly  by a photographic or offset process  In a publication, must be obtained  In writing from the publisher. Any  unauthorized reproduction will be  subject     to     recourse     Ih     law.  "In the event of a typographical  error advertising goods or services,  at a wrong price, goods or services  may not be sold and the difference  charged to the newspaper. Advertising  is merely an offer to sell,  and" .may   be  withdrawn   at   any  time/'-a���(Supreme Court decision).  Advertising   is   accepted' on   the  condition   that,   in   the   event  of  typographical   error,   that  portion  cf the advertising space occupied  by   the   erroneous  item,   together  with reasonable allowance for signature,  will   not  be charged  for,  but the balance of the advertisement will be paid for at the applicable rate.  A composition charge Is made for  advertising accepted and put into  production, but cancelled before  publication. Change from original  copy when proof is submitted to  customer is also chargeable at on  hourly rate for -the additional  work.  COMING EVENTS  FUN night of square dancing  /at Wilson Creek Hall, Sat.  Dec. 16, 8 p.m. Refreshments  served 10:30 p.m, Everybody  welcome,'. youpg 7 or old, previous dancer or not Tickets at  door, 75c each or phone' 885-  2438, __ fr.^ 896-3,  CARDS OF THANKS  PETER nnd Shirley Wayment  would like to thank Doctors  -RoBersr.Paetkau,-Swan,-*Ger-��  ring nnd Kassen, and the nursing stnff ot St, Mary's Hos-  pltnl. -,-.....���..,,..���,,-.  ... 1050-3  AH MEMORIAM  WIS knelt in love nnd trust nnd  happiness until God in His  goodness put us ,undcr His  , vows, So sloop Jn'pence dGpr  one. Your 'loving wife Margaret, Docpmbor 0, 1071,���Mrs.  Mnrgnret Eborly. 1052-3  PERSONAL ".   F��MM���I-...<WIWWIB.|   ��� I  !���   !������ III. mill���^ 1  DAHA'I Fnlth, Informal ohnts,  OOB-pSOB, 000-2070.     lOQ-ttn  A UJQtlbtlCS Anonymous ���  Mcotlnga 0:30 p,m��� TUuw.  inys, Wilson Cr<?ok ..CJpmmun-   Hnll. HirOOB-0327.^"  .ly  0087-tfn  .la_.wiLL.noUho-roiipoi.ull)lgJor���  nny  debts  unless   Incurred  pcnpoftlly, Anthony I, Burton.  ' 1003-2  t  '"'  '  STONEY'S  WELL PRILLING  Now Drilling pn'tho Ponlnauto,  lPhonQ.,.483-3530....,_,,  PERSONAL (Continued)  SPIRITUAL healing and readings. P.O. Box 533, Gibsons,  B.C. 485-4  BIRTHS  GIBSONS AND SECHELT  WESTERN DRUGS  ... are pleased to sponsor this  Birth   Announcement  s^ace,   ahd  extends Best Wishes to the happy  parents.  PETER and Shirley Wayment  are pleased to announce the  arrival of a son, Brian Keith,  born December 5, 1972 at St.  Mary's Hospitak 1058-3  ,  LEE��� Charlie and Maureen  announce the birth of twin  daughters on December 2 at  St. Mary's Hospital. Sharon  Anne 5 lbs. 9% oz.; Diane  Louise, 6 lbs. 7-Vfe ozs. Sisters  for Wendy and Brian. Birthday gift for Grandpa Berntzen.  Special thanks to Doctors Gerring and Kassin and also Mrs.  Doti. 1054-3  MR. and Mrs. Blair Kennett,  wish to announce the birth  of their daughter, Cathy Ann,  at St. Mary's Hospital, Decern-  ber  5,   1972.       , 956-3  MR. anjd Mrs.. Harry Laing are  pleased to announce the  birth of their son, William  John, 7 lbs.,. 13% ozs., at St.  Mary's Hospital, on December  5, 1972. Proud grandparents  are Mrs. M. Hollowink and Mr.  and Mrs. Bill Laing of Gibsons,   B.C. 962-3  REAL ESTATE  LANGDALE,   beautiful   view,  serviced   residential   lot   on  paved  street  79'xl65'.  Asking  only $5500.  Phone  884-5371.  1013-3  CHRISTMAS  DRAW  COME! JOIN IN  THE  FUN!  GUESS WHAT OUR  MASCOT HIDES!  DRAWING   DECEMBER  23  a "��  LISTINGS   WANTED!  K. BUTLER REALTY  LTD.  ALL   TYPES   INSURANCE  Gibsons, B.C.  Phone 886-2000  MEMBER  MULTIPLE   LISTING  SERVICE  ' -- 9301-3  4% to 14 acres west of Langdale  View   property,   treed,  water, south slope R2. Phone  886-2861. 930-tfn  VIEW lot in West Sechelt, 60'  xl58\   Serviced.   $4500.   Ph.  885-2087. 890,3  160 ACRES beautiful elevated  property, some view, trails,  secluded. Near Secret Cove,-  $70,000. Write Box 310, c-o  The Times, Sechelt, B.C.  332-tfn  EW/tRT McMYNN  REALTY & INSURANCE  Multiple  Listings   Service  Box 238, Gibsons, B.C.  GIBSONS VILLAGE: Neat  two bed room house very  "centrally* located in "level-area*"  within a few minutes walk of  Post Office, stores etc, Immediate possession, Very suitable  for retired couple, F,P. $11,-  600, OFFERS.  HOPKINS LANDING: Largo  vlow lot (61x172) ft. Lot la  gently sloping with a splendid  outlook .over Howe ' Sound,  F,P, $0,200,  GIBSONS: A nearly now throe  b,r. house located on airport,  -one half acre lot.'-Home h��s, a  inrgo   pleasant'living -room,  with pn nttraqtlyo   Klroplnco,  Stove, frig, freezer, drnpoa nnd  W>W carpet  go   with  house,  . Homo has also n a one t V-ft, self  contained revenue suite, Property Is conveniently locked  to    fihopplng,    nchopla    and  thontrq,-��,P. $37,000 with $10,-  000 down, Try your trndo on  down payment,  REAL ESTATE (Cont.)  PENDER Harbour waterfront  lot. Sheltered, deep, very  accessible to water making it  ideal for a year round "wharf.  Water, electricity and road,  $17,500. Phone 886-7374 or  write box 708,x Gibsons.  8202-tfn  FOR sale, 2  bedroom,  waterfront, view.  Phone 885-2134.  1023-4  TWO five acre blocks, elevated property within village  of Sechelt. In popular subdivision area. Write Box 310, c-o  Peninsula  Times, Sechelt.  333-tfn  MORTGAGES  MORTGAGE   funds  available.  Box   1042,  Peninsula  Times,  Box 310, Sechelt, B.C.    1042-3  1st AND 2nd MORTGAGES  Residential   -   Commercial  Recreational  All types of real estate financing  including builders loans.  Fast appraisal service,  ACADIAN MORTGAGE  CORP. LTD.  2438   Marine   Drive,  . West   Vancouver,   B.C.  Phone 926-3256  8227-tfn  FOR RENT  3 BEDROOM suite, centrally  located. Stove, fridge and  heat included. Utility room in  basement. Available Jan. 1.  Phone 886-9563. 1050-3  WINTER    accommodation available,   Oct.   1st  thru   May  1st.     Lojve's    Madeira    Park  Motel. Ph.  883-2456.      529-tfn  SPECIAL monthly rates until  ���   May 15. Adults only, no pets.  Ruby-   Lake    Motel,    R.R.I.,  Madeira Park. Phone 883-2269  566-tfn  MODERN two bedroom apartment in Gibsons. Heat and  electricity supplied, excellent  location. Available Dec. 1st.  Phone 886-7389. ^     487-3  ONE bedroom Duplex; Mission  Point, Basic furnishings, $70  mo. incl. light. Good for couple  or single party. Sorry no children or pets. Available 1 Dec.  Phone  885-9463. 1027-4  \  FOR RENT (Continued)  HALL for rent ���Wilson Creek  Community    Hall.    Contact  Mrs, Diane Anderson 885-2385,  7815-tfn  HOUSEKEEPING room, warm,  clean,-all found. Private entrance.  Working   gent.   Selma  Park. Phone 885-9535. 1047-tfn  WANTED TO RENT  ADULTS  require  2   bedroom  house,    unfurnished,    Davis  ���Bay or Sechelt area, from Feb.  i:   Phone   886-2404. 1038-5  WORK WANTED  EXP. clerk typist with knowledge   of  book-keeping   $nd  teletype   operating.   Mrs.   Mc-  Taggart.  Ph. 885-2680.      886-3  RELIABLE; babysitter, Davis  Bay to Sechelt after 4:30,  Monday to Thursday, anytime  Friday to Sunday. Phone 885-  833/1. ��� 898-3  FURNACE    installations    and  burner   service.   Free   estimates. Ph. 886-7111.        36-tfn  TYPEWRITERS,  adding  mac-  hines, repairs and sales. Ph.  886-7111. 7-tfn  BOOKKEEPER,  girl Friday,  new to area seeks permanent employment. Ph. 885-2692.  888-3  $3.00 per hour. Call 886-9689  leave message. 1014-tfn  PEERLESS   Tree   Services.  A  complete tree service. Prices  you can trust. Ph. 885-2109.  1039-tfn  DUE  to  unforseen delays we  now    have    a    construction  crew available. Skannor Developments Ltd. Phone 885-2692.  1049-3  CARPENTRY,   handyman,  $3.50   per   hour.   Call   886-  9689.  Leave message.   1053-tfn  HELP WANTED  WAITRESS for dining lounge  and cabaret. Call Peninsula  Dining   Lounge.    Phone   885-  2311. 1030-2  HELP WANTED (continued)    TRAILERS & CAMPERS  MATURE   women   for   part-  time    work.    Ladies    Wear  Shop. Sechelt. Phone 885-9818  for interview. 495-2  WANTED  PRIVATE timber wanted ���  2nd growth, 1 acre and up  Fir ��� Hem. - Ced. - Spr. Top  prices, imm. deposit. Write or  call collect Dawson Products  (1970) Ltd. Box 128, Gibsons,  886-7522. 481-3  WANTED owner-operator D 8  46A with ripper for approximately seven days. Road construction work Howe Sound  area with gravel truck. Phone  davs: 733-4833 evenings: 261-  .6765. 957-3  PARTY   or  waterfront  to care for  on  vacation,  reliable and  886-2462  or  sula Times,  B.C.  REAL ESTATE  Box 769  SECHELT, B.C.  885-2241  Vancouver Direct Line MU5-5544  See us ot our Office across from the Sechelt Bus Depot  FOR A COPY OF OUR LATEST LISTINGS ON  CHOICE WATERFRONT, VIEW LOTS, HOMES  AND ACREAGE ��� CALL LEN & SUZANNE VAN  EGMOND ��� Local 885-2241 or Direct from Vancouver MU5-554.4.  PORPOISE BAY WATERFRONT  Only $12,000 ��� large view lots; good beach, protected moorage.  Call LEN or SUZANNE VAN EGMOND, .days 885-2241, eves.  885-9683.  RETIREMENT - SELMA PARK WATERFRONT-......, ���..   Revenue Property on the Beach. $300 per month,  plus owner  suite, Close to store, fishing and boat harbor,  Full price only  $45,000. Terms.  MUST BE SOUD ,. .  Ready to move into. 3 or 4 bedroom home, Massive stone fireplace. Only steps to beach, Asking $24,900 ��� offors,  '"���'"'"���""**iCCEAftED"LOYTSECHELTl'~"*,"~""  Nice level lot --��� ready to build on, Onlyi$5,500  WATERFRONT HOME - WEST SECHELT  2 bedroom homo, stone fireplace, on nice lot overlooking Trail  Islands. Asking $29,500, Offers, Must be sold.  .;'Mfl0 Mnplo 'Avenue  Ppwoll hlvor, ��� B.C, ���  -Member  Viwcouvet ,UoaI Estate Board  PHONE 000-2240  Notary, Public  LISTINGS WANTED  Vlnco Prewer        886.9359  Wally Peterson. 806-2877  Ron ��� MsSavapey - 886-9656 -  Bpx 230, aibnona, B.C.  0303.3  PENDER HARBOUR     '  WATERFRONTi Protectee!'riporpgo arjld a beautiful view ore the  main foa'tum of thin qdroaln Horbottrpropflrty, Thnro'i olw-a  3 room cab)n which, I* no great shakes, but could bo, Prlco  OYSTER LAGOONl  Uyoly . pdrMIko  lot on. Kont ,Rpad, good  ^liMlldlnaJiorn.'i}rtobiliBV.hom9^��lt��?:i^��lj..*niB'-^**o0Q���on.Ui��9��y_, l��nn��.,  WATERFRONTi 27S' of deep protectee) moorago1 on * .beautiful  acrot In tho lioart of Madeira Park, Properly has boon landscaped  -and-prepored-fpr-rtiort^l^lW��nB��-��Mh.��U.iood��-'��'n<l>'Sfl��np��lU��-.  completed. $50,000.  ���fi>tHHW*i/****X#iattnr*9'i_i**ret--        vi   *  i,   i,      M ���.ire**      -TJ * ,*   ��-  , ����w��^MM![W^^'IMW4<tliWi.^  JOCK HERMON���083-2745 (Any Tlmo)  CHARLES ENGLISH LIMITED  ��� ���   .    ' ' '���      '        .'h   ' ���  i    ' ' T"l '  135' WATERFRONT HOME  Outstanding vlow, Charming 2 bedroom li&m<i with tastefully de-  1 coratcdi living room, wall to, wall carpet, Glass sliding door open-  lngton to largo wrap-around sundeck, Fireplace, kitchen with built-  in range, don or office, Protected moorage, Located at Halfmoan  ' Bay, Arbutus trees,  SUNSHINE COAST ~ LADIES APPAREi  Owner retiring and wlll'soll for price of stock, Real opportunity to  , step Into this established business In tho heart of Sechelt, Large  ,���.,...������.,.,,.,,   bright stofo, Lcaso pn proml��e��. F,P, $,15,000        I"; " ������'��� ���"��� "��  GIBSONS - VIEW LOT  Largo vlow |of overlooking Howo Sound, Clow to all facilities,  '      Fully sorvlcod. Only $3,800,   PAVISPAY  -2'|iffliWhW^  dining room, Combination workshop-garage, Fully Insulated and    wired, Largo tundeck, F,P,, $24,250,   "SANDY HOOK WATERFRONT  '  7. '��220' lot,' Arbutus and fir tree*, r serviced. Good beach and'  road access, Deep moorage, P.P. $17,750,  P""1" WIWI.IIHMWIIII ������!!���!��� ft  ONLY $3,200���.REDROOFFS ESTATES     ,  Largo lot on pavod road, Nlcoly ifeed, Also VS acre lot with drive-  "   way, Close to'"beQchTNicely treed, F.P, $4,700, ���' "  SARGENT PAY AREA '������������-  An excellent Investment ������ ft aero of treed |apd, Level acceit  from root), F.P, $3,600,,   "��������� '���'������������ '������ ���' ���;������������-'���" ���������       SECHELT VILLAGE  5 bedroom home, approK. 1550 la ft,, fireplace, wuna both, shop  carpets; AH Indirect lighting In living room, Utility room; work  ihop, Walking dlitanco to all facilities, Full price $36,900,  DAVIS PAY  , Cottage on waiorfront lot.. All |and��cor��ed. A rooms, carport, sun-  ...   , deck and flroplaco, F,P, $25,950,  mm ���������-���������.������������������ I...-w������������������j  SELMA PARK '       ,  ^72Uot_onJilghway.��Good.vlow,.,casy.occesvlr**d.-f .P^JS.SOO.,  * ROBERTS CREEKTACRI:AGE"  2 acres of land, nicely treed,  130'x660\ Clow to beach, Full  pi Ico $9,000, Alio two good building lots, treed, southern expo-,  sure, fully serviced, Block top rood, F.P. $3,930,  1969  %   ton    camper, special  with f.g. canbpy. A-l condition. Ph. 883^2220. 1024-4  BOATS & ENGINES  SELL or trade bn property  cabin cruiser, K.C. thermo-  lite, full canvas top, 120 Volvo  Penta, electric lift, depth sounder, many extras, tendem trailer. $3000. David Ball, Deroche,  Phone 826-8854 (Mission),        897-3  8' MOULDED plastic boat with  5 h.p. Pearlees (Clinton) air-  cooled outboard. All in top  condition, $1$0 firm. Ph. 885-  9028. 1048-3  CARS & TRUCKS  FOR CASH  Furniture, Appliances,  Goods of any kind.  Phone the Bargain Centre:  daytime 885-2848; evening 885-  2151. 9276-2  MOBILE HOMES  TRAILER space available, all  services. Ayers Mobile Home  Park,  West  Sechelt.  Ph.  885-  2375. 863-tfn  BRAND new 12x60 Leader 2  bedroom, shag carpet, fully  furnished; bay window, full  CSA z240 certification, many  other delux features, delivered  and complete set up for only  $8995.00. Can be seen at Sunshine Coast Trailer Park,  Highway 101, Gibsons, B.C.  486-3  TWO  bedroom   mobile  home,  12'x44'.   aCSA   approve^..   1  year old, $7,000. Ph. 885-2079.  1010-3  couple to live in  house   for   Feb.  pets while owner  Salary.  Must be  love animals. Ph.  Box   1041,  Penin-  Box 310, Sechelt,  1041-3  1959    METEOR,    runs    good,  $125.  Ph. 886-2647.        869-3  1969  AU.STIN,   reliable,  econ.  transportation.  ' New    tires.  Phone 885-903'5. 875-3  1964 CHRYSLER New Yorker  in good  condition. Ph. 885-  9842 after 4 p.m.        ���    1035-3  1963 OLDSMOBILE, new tires,  new   brakes,   new   battery,  running   condition.   $250.   Ph.  883-9905. 1036-3  16' HOLIDAY trailer, propane  fridge and stove. 1964 Mercury pickup -with insulated  canopy, $1750 for two units, or  could be sold separately. Ph.  885-2315. 1044-5  1958    FORD,    good    running  condition,   $85.   Phone   886-  7861. 1057-5  1961 PONTIAC Laurentian  station wagon, 6 cyl. automatic, power steering and  tailgate. New studded sntflv  tires and battery. Good cond.  $185. Phone 886-7858.       960-3  SEGHELT AGENCIES LTD.  Member of the Multiple Listing Service  PHONE:  Office 885-2235  From Vancouver Toll Free - ZEnith 2012  BUSINESS & HOME #172405  Two houses on one lot. Rent one, occupy the other. Low .price  will show good return. Full -price only $15,000 on this waterfront locotion.  For details call  BOB  KENT 885-2235  anytime.  WILSON CREEK WATERFRONT #2687  Near new, spacious luxury home on over 1500 square feet. It has  much to offer, including a huge stone, fireplace, wall to wall  carpets, double glazed windows, 2 bedrooms plus den. Large dbl.  garage, covered walk to house. Excellent beach. $20,00,0.down  will handle. To view CALL PETE;R SMITH 885-9463 eves, or  . office 885-2235.  INVESTMENT #242650  Best chance to own a business cjnd property on waterfront and  corner location in Sechelt. Restaurant and licensed premises plus  home. $30,000 DOWN! Call BOB KENT or PETER SMITH ANYTIME 885-2235.  SELMA PARK #2679  Yes ��� you can buy this 700 sq. ft. one bedroom home with only/  $2,000 down, good terms on balance. Well maintained in ana  out, all services, lot size 100'xl25'. To view call PETER SMITH  885-9463 eves, or office 885-2235. /  ROBERTS CREEK _ /    #2733  Over 1,000 square feet In this 2 bedroom horrm wi;h full concrete basement and auto, oil furnace,  Situated on one acre of  gently sloping land on the high side of 101. Full price $25,000.  , CALL DON HADDEN at 885-9504 eves.  SELMA PARK WATERFRONT #2642  Fifty-nine feet of frontage, Ideal for the boating enthusiast and  other recreation activity, Suitable for two families or live In one  house, rent the other. Bla feature here is the price: $15,000  cash. Rental on lease lot only $112.50 annual, Call Bob Kent  ,      -. for appointment, 885-2235 anytime.    .    7.   ,  SELMA PARK #2656  One of the finest view lots high up in Selma Park has a new two  bedroom mobile home all ready for occupancy, It has been approved by CSA, the Building Inspector and the bonk. Lot size  H6;450 square feet. FiP.-$l7,900rTo-view call DON HADDENf  885-9504 eves,  VIEW LOCATION    '������"������������������ #16 2543  ���Excellent view lot opprox, 66'xl60' near Selma Park on Highway  101, $5,950. Two blocks to handy beach decess, Call BOB KENT  885-2233 or PETER SMITH 885-9463 anytime.  PENDER HARBOUR #2669  Your choice of excellent lott, close to deep wator and shopping,  Hydro L. water. Quiet ante, for summer home or year-round living,  These or* except loti'pf low .tost. Prices from $4,950 to $6,000  down payment at low 0* $1,485.00, Qo6d terms on balance,  Call Don Hadden 885-9504 or Peter Smith 885-9463 eyes, or  .     offic* ee5-2335. ,   .      .  DAVIS BAY #2742  Level lot close to the beach ond store at Davis Bay, It It situated  In a quiet area of ocad .hornet on WhltaHor Rood. Lot ��l*e It  7Q f����t frontage by'125 feet deep, Coth pr|c�� $6,700, Call aDon  Hodden,,. 883-9504 evet.  GIBSONS RURAL  Almost 3 acre*, no rock, starter cabin and good well, $11,000  cash, CAU .IACK WARN, 886-2681 evet,  DAVIS BAY #2734  "3*.b��dre*m*ho.tocwith*fl.^  room fixture* and box wafer tank, V^all to wa(l carpet In living  room and bedroom*, new kitchen floor, wall* require refInlihlng  In kitchen.  Beautiful view of the Gulf of Georgia,  Full price  $ 19,000, Try cash of ftf, CAU ANY, SALESMAN,  883-2233.  HALFMOON BAY WATERFRONT   , #2730  Sheltered moorage It hard to find a but hem It your opportunity  lo keep a float and boat in front of thlt gently tloplng property.  Th��re It a wide .touttvwette.lv view from the 2 bedroom home  situated 300 feet awcry from the highway pnd ft ouett cottage to  -tokci van c4--<twi��weeHa|w<^iS".-Sw4t'fww-a'wHb-tm��prtaCti It ooljr-  $30,000, Phone Don Hodden, 883-9304 nn,  . . I ' I !l'  'a'   >'   ��� '      '  UOWER POINT  100 foot frontage ot Gower Point,, Steep to thorn, bwt grv��,J view  of ttfoltai, ^ rental'cobln*. Termt on $23,000, CAU ,MCK WARN  . , 686-2681 a"*"**  ASK fOR FRE$ CATALOGUE OF REAU ESTATE  Box 155. Secholt  AaiNcies ltd.  Phon�� 663,2233  Htvjn.   ^KHWIHiWpinWiNyillU,*  . Or Col I -Toll Fr���� ~ firm tho Greater .Vancouver. Area -  ZEnith 2012  (E.&O.E.)  \  ...\.  -V  PEiER HARBOUR and EGMONT  ovum  '}_____"''"  MADEIRA PARK  2 BR home on qttroctive landscaped lot with fruit trees. A few  hundred ft. to school, stores and marina. Washer, dryer, "ranfle  and fridge included in price of $29,000.  WATERFRONT LOTS  75'    Ruby Lake,  105' -      $13,500      1/3 Fisher Island    90'  .  $18,500     88'  .   54' beach front with 14' trailer , :   $16,500  $16,500  $18,500  $18,000  DREAM VALLEY  17.53 acres of privacy! Close'to Mixal and Hotel Lakes. Just off  Irvine's  Landing' Road.   Suitable   for  small   farm.   $20,000.00.  LARGE ACREAGE  1. Mixal   Lake���157   acres   with   timber���550'    waterfront���  $50,000.  2   Dark Cove, ���Jervis Inlet���Approx.  1   mile waterfront���184  acres_3 good buildings���$150,000.  3. Secret Cove aiea���'160 acres���roads and trolls throughout���  fairly level property���$70,000.  4. Pender Harbour���approx. 33 acres���approx.  1800' waterfront  ���$85,000.  EARL COVE  A few lots still available on this 30 lot subdivision. Priced from  $4,000.  MADEIRA PARK  Choice view lots on 72 lot subdivision. Prices from $3,700 to  .,       $10,000. Some cleared ready for building.  MADEIRA PARK  2 yr. old ranch style home with 4 bedrooms. Electric heat, carport. Attractive white sandstone fireplace, wall to wall carpet in  living room. Large kitchen-dining room with coppertone range,  hood and fridge. 12'x12' utility room with cupboards. Plus a  24'x26' shop building, fully insulated. Situated on on attractive  view lot and close to school,  stores, post office and   marinas.  $34,500.  VIEW LOTS ��� GARDEN BAY ESTATES  In a beautiful setting, serviced with paved road, water and hydro.  Public access to waterfront. Close to stores, -marinas and  post  office. One steep lot at $3,000, the balance priced from $6,000  to" $10,000.  WARNOCK ROAD"  Level   lot,   79'x200\   Excellent   mobile   home   site.    $6,200.  M^RY ISLAND    .'  Beautiful 4.8 acre Mary Island, just outside Madeira' Park Govt,  wharf; Over 1,500 ft. sheltered woterfront, water, telephone qnd  electricity.   Large,  crmfortable  log  home with  electric  heating,  ���   small guest house, float. $125,000.  y KLEINDALE ON HIGHWAY 101  Over 9 gently sloping acres with 2 small houses, roads throughout property. Price firm at $22,000.  MOBILE HOME SITES  Several lots available.  EGMONT LOTS  Waterfront lots���$11,000 to $13,000.  BARGAIN HARBOUR WATERFRONT HOME  Good older home, 2 BR on main floor, 2 BR on upper floor; oil  furnace, electric range, frig and some furniture. 54 ft. level waterfront lot. Asking $29,000.  EARL COVE RESTAURANT  at Earl Cove Ferry Terminal, Busy year-round location at the  best locatioiyon the Sunshine Coast. Includes land; business, restaurant building, restaurant equipment and small house trailer.  SMALL ACREAGE WITH WATERFRQNT  '" ^Ift11^13,8 acre's���approx, 350' choice waterfront���  l.tftia.\IMij,i.i,i/ttf.' 3| O \f tyf y y j .��W^*i!Vra.i**W��*tf*��GS^  2, Oyster Bqy���nearly 10 acres In Pender Harbour���approx. 550'  waterfront ��� fruit trees ��� $45,000,  3. Eom��nt--over"7. acres���approx,  560' 'waterfronts-excellent  prepoiV^sfoOo"* P        PPVed Map'�� Rd' fUnS thr��Uflh  NEAR MADEIRA PARK  heaQtlnS��VyfiLf!Sr��0,!LVOn ��Ppm'';% acro |flV��' |o��- H�� electric  heating, fireplace,, w/V carpet, storage and carport.' $21,500.  LAGOON ROAD  3 good ^IWnaj^^wwIk-to'i^ -  Inarinas, $6,000 each.     ���  f-  ,, * ,   GARDEN BAY  ^S'1 ?.   D.R home���approx,   100'  from waterfront���dble,  Plumbing, ����Plo��. wndjck; Flno view of Hqrbour  b!3ufi  landscaped lease, lot. $35,000,   ' InvostorVand" Developer* '"*" '" ""   MQ0#0Qp( .POTENTIAL       ".  S!^Tift!?,n'wlo''APl'i2x. 3,900 ft, of primary road'  fott' Wa,�� linl%BPP,r��"' ,36 >)��' Po<��n��l��l W 30 more  iott,,Water nlQin on S.E, boundary of property and own gravel1  P'J a|l�� ��" Pf��P��rty, A��klng price $ 150,000.   .. .  BROOKS COVE^HACFMbON BAY      "  Uwh?i?,pi VWim *l,h 3 ��R Popalwde homo (4" cedar) wllh  ...."'���^"'UUrom parking^lotMo^house, Immcdlafo poMon."  VIEW LOTS-.GARDEN BAY  Vry -org. po.KI.ke ,ou -Render Harbour, PrM from  F*m~~m~mmmmmmmm*m"~94m9mmtmmM���_.  ' ������ GARDIft DAY'  4 ��.��. __. -^5^^^^ Pol���nilol (or.  t  -T  tPVi t**W^fafl*mtflMntN*^ ^M' I  Many other view ond waterfront Ion In th. Pender Hqrbour or*,  REALTY LTD.  ^ Madeira Park, B.C.  Phtmo Pender Harbour 803-2233 \     -9-  \  77  W     \  V  \  A.  x  AUTOS & TRUCKS (Cont.)    FOR SALE (Continued) FOR SALE (Continued)  1964 CHEVROLET, 6 cyl. std.,  2 door. Snow tires, $325. Bob  883-2485  evenings.        1043-tfn  PETS  FREE   to   good   homes,   one  month old,  part black  Lab  puppies.  Ph.  885-2080.      900-3  PUPPIES ready to\go. Phone  886-2535. 894-3  SILVER Poodle puppier.. Ready  for    Christmas.  Reserve  now. Pjione 885^9797.      1007-4  RELF'S Four-O-Eight Ken-  nfels, Redrooffs, Halfmoon  Bay wish to advise then- regular customers and other pet  owners that they are accepting bookings for Christmas  and New Year. Phone 885-  9469. 1022-4  FREE to good homes, Spaniel  puppies, 8 weeks old. Phone  883-2563. 1055-3  FOR SALE  FIREPLACE   wood   for   sale.  Dried alder, maple and fir.  Phone 883-2417. 684-tfn  18   FT.   open   cabin   plywood  boat. 45 H.P. ��lec. start motor.   $400   cash.   Ph.   885-2272  evenings only. 1012-4  FULLER Brush representative  for   West   Sechelt   and   all"  points to and including Langdale.   Phone  Mrs.  Donna  McCourt. 886-7839. 879-tfn  TEAK sideboard app. 80"xl9"-  x29- H. $150. Radip rec. pi.  comb. $125. Can be seen at  M. Warnock Barjgain Harbour.  Phone 883-2305. 899-3  WORK   CLOTHES-sportswear  or what have you at Morgan's Men's Wear.        587-tfn  FOR  sale   German   Shepherd  puppies. Phone after 6 p.m.  886-2348. 490-4  MODERN  oilstove with  oven  "window, lights, clock timer.  Phone 886-7594. 1015-4  McCORMICK W-4 farm tractor, rubber wheels. In excel- -  lent working condition. 5 spds.  P.T.O.   Lots   of   rubber,   $400.  Phone 886-7822. 1037-3  MARINE ACCESSORIES  Paint���-Fibreglass���Rope���  Canvas���Boat Hardware  Compressed air service  NYGREN SALES  (1971) LTD.  Phone 886-9303, Gibsons, B.C.  50,000,   B.T\J.   propane   floor  furnace.   Needs   no   electricity, $65. Phone 886 9984.  7VM-tfn  R SALE (Continued)    \  BIRCH desk 27"x51" with oak  chatt, $50. Phone 886-7267.  ~      959-3  \  CHARLES ENGLISH LTD.  REAL.ESTATE AND INSURANCE  NOTARY PUBLIC AND APPRAISALS  y)3   Gibsons, B.C;  886-2481  Serviced lot, 50x268, in the Village of Gibsons. Nicely  treed and o view. $4,400.  Newly remodelled 2 bedroom home on large Hillcrest  lot. Full basement, carport, fireplace, sundeck. Only  $23,500 on terms.  WATCH THE FERRIES come in from this modern  2 bedroom stucco, view home. Fireplace, carport,  sundeck, guest house, auto, oil heat; ensuite plumbing,  F.P. $22,900. Good terms available. Bank mortgage.  Vi ACRE LOTS at Gower Point. 100x268. $5,000 and  $6,000 only.  WILSON CREEK ��� 2]/2 acres of level cleared land  with year-round creek. Close to beach, Can be re-  zoned for Motel or Mobile Home Court. 3 bedroom  older home and large workshop and garage. Fulil price  $30,000.  LISTINGS���WANTED  K. A. Crosby 886-2098 - J.  E. White  886-2935  J. Visser 885-2300 - Mike Blaney 886-7436  -r*  9'xll' MAUVE carpeting. New.  $45. Ph. 885-9387.        1040-3  MAROON    naugahyde    pivot  rocking chair. Excellent condition. $35. Phdne 886-9501.\  .    \-  1045-3  WRINGER    washer,     perfect  condition,   $30.   Phone   886-  2462. 1046-3  2 BEDROOM trailer, fully furnished.   Phone  885-9021  between  12 p.m. and  1:30 p.m.  _^ 1056-5  CANADIAN Wild Mink Jacket, dropskins. Cocktail  dresses; party pant suits, all-  sjze 16; childs heavy sweater,  size 10-12. all like new. Coal  port coffee set; Viking wringer  washing machine. Phone 885-  2879. 1062-3  1959 BEL Air Chev, winterized, excellent transportation. Typewriter; oil stove; baggage; small radio; 4 squares  of shakes; blow "torch; IEL  750 chainsaw, 2 blades, 2 new  chains; bush tools; electric  heater; full size accordian; 8 ft.  dingy, sails, paddles; Canadian  stamps; good, books, very  broad selection, etc., etc. Ph.  886-7731. 1061-3  KENT 12 string electric guitar  with strap and jack cord,  portable playmate cassette recorder built in AC, DC cord,  mike, tapes and tape carrying  case included. Complete golf  outfit, 1 and 3 woods 3, 5, 7  and 9 irons and putter, club  bag, and folding cart. All  items like new, sacrifice. Ph.  886-7160 before 3 p.m.     958-3  MOBILE   Home   axle   wheels  and   tires   (Goodyear)   with  warranty $250. Phone 886-2796  after 5 p.m. 963-3  CHILD'S two-wheel bite, good  condition. Phone 885-9743.  946-3  FOR  CASH  Furniture, Appliances  Goods of any kind  Phone the Bargain Centre;  daytime 885-2848; evening 885-  2151. 9302-3  ~    FOUND  FOUND  on Highway  Wed.  -  very   large   bundle.   Phone  885-9066. 1060-3  LIVESTOCK  REGISTERED purebred Arabian gelding. Well trained,  gentle. 15.3\ hands, 5 years.  Rose "grey, $8507 Registered  ���Quarter horse mare. Top game  horse, 14.1 hands, 13 yrs. For  experienced rider only, $750.  Registered Quarter horse stud  ��Colt, 6 mdBs. Very quiet. Lovely  conformation, $700. All are in  good health, sound. To be sold  to responsible parties only.  Terms available. 886-2160.  Brushwood Farms, R.R. 1,  Pratt Rd. Gibsons..       878-tfn  SWIFT Feeds ��� H. Jacobson,  Swift dealer. Nor-West Rd.,  Sechelt. Phone 885-9369. Chicken feeds - Horse feed - Hog  feed - Cattle feed. Hay and  pther feeds by order.   258-tfn  QUALITY FARM SUPPLY  Open: 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.  Tuesday to Saturday  Complete Line of:  ��� Buckerfields Products  ��� Purina Dog & Cat  Foods  Pratt Road, West Gibsons  Phone 886-7527  8241-52  The Peninsula Times      . Page 5  Wednesday, December 13, 1972  GLAD TIDINGS TABERNACLE  Sunday 10 a.m.; 11 a.m.; 7 p.m.  -.   Wednesday Bible Study 7:30 p.m.  PASTOR NANCY DYKES  Gower Point Road 886-2660  SUNSHINE COAST  GOSPEL CHURCH  (Undenominational)  Sunday School ��� 10:00 a.m.  Church Service ��� 11:11 m.Wk.  Evening Service 7:30 p.m.  PASTOR REV. S. CASSELLS  Davie Bay Road and Arbutiu  (2 block* up from Highway)  GIBSONS PENTECOSTAL  Highway and Martin Road  Sunday School: 9:45 a.m.   -  Sunday Services: 11 a.m.; 7 p.m.  Wednesday: Bible and Prayer 7:30 p.m.  Friday: Youth Service���7:30 p.m.  PASTOR: GERRY FOSTER  Phone: 886-7107  ��  THE  PENINSULA TIMES  MacGREGOR. PACIFIC REALTY  ���   Box 779, Gibsons, B.C.  "SERVICING THE SUNSHINE COAST"  Prime 7V_ acres, Gibsons Rural, $16,8000  Good terms.  Call Lorrie Girard 886-7244 or 886-7760  ADMIRING TROPHY won for expert marksman is Pat Horvath of  Roberts Creek. Pat, 14, won the trophy for shooting with a .22 in the  junior division of the Gibsons Wildlife Club. Pat keeps the trophy, on  the mantel with another trophy won  ..-last"year; - -        ��� - -    -- ���  Clerk post  offered  NEIL Sutherland of Fort St. James has  been offered the post of clerk for the  village of Sechelt, Mayor Ben Lang told  council last week.  If Sutherland accepts the offer, he  will be available for duty February 1.  Mayor Lang told the council that  several well-equipped candidates applied  for the  position.  Sutherland would replace long-time  clerk Ted Rayner who is presently working on a part-time basis because of illness.  Martin Dayton of the consulting firm  | of Dayton and Knight-will'Appear before  ��� council Jah;'l"7*'to discuss the proposed  sewer system. Dayton and Knight prepared a feasibility study of the system  which would include West Sechelt, Sechelt, Sechelt Indian Reserve and the  regional district to Roberts Creek. Jan.  17 is a regular council meeting night.  Because it was received too late, the  council) did not have a representative at  Gibsons Sea Cavalcade committee meeting at Roberts . Creek, Dec, 4. Council  met Dec, 6 and the invitation was read  at that tiir\e7 ,,.,,     .   ... 7"2 , .    ���   , ...  ''"Mayor"Lang instructed the clerk to  write and extend the apologies of the  council for, being unable to,attend.  ' Len Van Egmond of Curicoast Estates  Ltd, outlined to council a proposed subdivision in the north portion of the v'll-   lage;near Porpoise Bay,      v "7;'       ""<"  Council is still attempting to reach a  compromise on the proposed lano at the  back of Cowrie Street.  Council' expressed Its pleasure with  tho.cooperation.of.tho. Lions. Club.]n.rovi"a.-  lying the MHy Day festivities.  ,   Aid, Norm Watson reported ibtxi tlie  Aero Club has almost completed the Job'  of clearing brush around tho air strip,  Aid. Hnrbld Nelson said the Christmas tree and Christmas lighting program  was complete.     ,  The tree y.as placecj In the Cenotaph  lotv Alderman Nelson snld lhat tolephooo  company employees wore very helpful  in installing the lights, Ho expressed hla  appreciation to tt>o men  ���,,��,. Regional,, dl8U,lct7plannon��E,,R,i,Cuy-,  llts mot la; committee1 wltlv^hc', council  following the,rogu,lar mooting,  Paf Horyalh, 14, top  ior sliooler at meet  The United Church of Canada  SERVICES  St. John'* United Church - Davb Boy  Sunday Services - 9:30 a.m.  Robert* Crook United  Sunday Swices - 2:30 p.m.  '"*  Gibson. United Church  Sunday Services - 11:15 a.m.  Port Mellon United  Sunday Services ��� 7:30 p.m  (2nd and 4th Sundays)  Ministry  Rev. Jim Williamson - Gibsons - 886-2333  FOURTEEN - YEAR - OLD   Pat  Horvath,  Roberts Creek, carried off the expert  marksman trophy^ at... a junior shoot organized by Gibsons Wildlife Club Dec. 4.  Gold medal was won by S. Sleep, the  silver by B. Gibb and the bronze by N.  Bergnach.  The shoot was co-ordinated by Andy  Anderson, Danny Bergnach and George  Gibb. Club president, Megan Moorcroft,  presented the awards.  Bruce Brannan won $20 as highest  scorer in a questionnaire bee held  throughout the year among junior members.  BAPTIST CHURCH SERVICES  CALVARY BAPTIST  CHURCH  Pork Rood, Gibsons 886-7449  r Morning Worship 9:30 o.m.  Sunday School 10:45 p.m.  Evening Fellowship 7:00 p.m.  Prayer and Bible Study, Thursdays 7:30 p.m.  BETHEL BAPTIST CHURCH  Mermaid and Trail Sechelt 886-7449  Sunday School. 10:00 a.m.  Worship Service 11:15 a.m.  Prayer and Bible Study,  Wednesday, 7:30 p.m.  REV. W. N. ERfCKSON, Pastor  FOR RENT or LEASE .  ���  WABCO 600SD1  ROTARY SCREW  Portable Air Compressor  *  WABCO SELF PROPELLED  Crawler Drilling Rig  FOR LOGGING ROADS or CONSTRUCTION WORK  Contact FRED DONLEY  Pender Harbour 883-2403  nrnfo  A  THE FAMOUS Slfc Perfumes by "Louis  ���'!\7D,p^,':;6f;Frflnco,,���'l;^)(l88������Boo���p;'iSocho^t,';,  ���i.?.&.*. .i&t.ivii.  mMMmmmmmMm_mmmmmMmmm_mmmm>��  AVOID CHRISTMAS AND NEW YEAR'S RUSH I  GET YOUR CLEANING DONE NOWl  at  Sechelt Dry Cleaners  ,���r  Sechelt ���- Phone 885-9554  We will be closed from  December 24 to January 8  REGULAR HOURS WSLL RESUME  on TUESDAY, JANUARY 9, 1973  mmmmmmmimm  *99*>*4mr*��94w)nitimd4>f*)mtnnf)w>im4^^  tmmmmmaimtm  mimwmmttm*&&tt9��*it*  77.  t_     '  Tradition! the tree's trimmed, the stockings stuflted,  the prese^  Peer��g*l6w~brewed and naturally aged for great ol<  ,tlmeilavour;^SomeiradltlQOSrai:eioo*gdodioxhange,.  Uke Old Style Beer, Cheersl '   (  y;.���,,,,   ,,,,,,,.     r 0|05t(j|t 8WW-0REWEOANDNATURAUYA0ED,  SECHRT   J.2^m^.  l^-^^resnly--  Treated  *m0mmmmmm0m*immpm*mimMmm$*  t^ww&F^tmiti^t&f^'v.'-.  1TD.  886-9711  ^ Holly'^r^hii  fnvm^^i'^tm*^-.  Heavily Berried  ���fa  BUSH  FIR  Reasonably Priced  ft MISTLE TOE  Remit* Guaranteed  PET SHOP  TROPICAL FISH  HAMSTERS  ���# f\ IM /\ Iji IK S)  BUDGIES  _A Complete-Line oi  f   9.     ���P 9\        W^ W9. SW m��w n m ^^ a^W  '^���UaHMIIMHtlMIMMHIIIIIMIIMMHIIMIMDMMIIMIMM  Christmas  Preservative  Raduco Needle  4!WFW,*^MnMa^Mi 9t'm^_\_\ __\_hT^^ _.8_tk__  '^-^rhqxsrdi  wm  W|ta|l����WMMW(W��WWI>>"^^^  SOLVE YOUR  SHOPPING  PROBLEMS  A, Gift  Cortlficoto  ploaaol  M_W2_T^  7,:'\  '!   r  ���������'/  ���    '     I        I1  i ...Jl 1  ���i.<ia..��   I" \  \  \\  \  \  7  ' \  \  Happenings arohnd Elphie  ENJOYING THE C O L.D weather  were a group of junior and intermediate boys from Sechelt Residential  School. The boys found that with  enough slipping and sliding the ten'  nis courts near Hackett Park makes  into a really neat slide. The youngsters stand back, take a run and slide  down the ice. Often there is a collision and pile up as these photos  show. Accompanying the boys,. was  Sister Dion from the school. In the  top picture, a couple of the boys start  the slide���others wait turn."  HERE COME SOME more sliders as the pileup begins to enlarge.  spirts x  QUEEN Elizabeth Royals were defeated  66 to 52 by Elphinstone senior Cougars  Wednesday night. v.  Four members, of Elphie's first string  managed to score in the double figures.  Art Dew Was high scorer for the game  with 1.7, Wayne Smith 16, Brad Nbrris  15, Bill Sneddon 14. The Royals' Tim  Thieffon scored 21 points to lead the  losers.  Elphie juhior boys played the Grade  11 Queen E team but unfortunately were  defeated. Friday the senior bPys went to  West Vancouver to meet King George  Dragons. The Cougars began play by  pressing and through this pbtained an  early lead. However the Dragons out  hustled the Cougars for the rest of the  game. Elphie players seemed slow and  lacked- enthusiasm and hustle in the  warmup.  This attitude and frame of mind seemed to carry over into the game itself.  Art Dew scored the first point for  the Cougars and played well'in the early  stages of the game. At the quarter time  the Cougars had doubled the Dragons'  score 16 to -8. The Cougars were out-rebounded by their opponents in the first  half and gave up many easy baskets to  the Dragons. Half time score was 30 to 7  23.  for Elphie.  The Cougars began to hustle once  more in the third quarter with Brad Norris and Bill Sneddon leading the way.  Also the Dragons' center, the top re-  bounder was fouled out. It was a combination of these two factors that won the  game.  .  Elphie outscored King George 17 to 5  in this quarter. The Dragons returned  slightly in the final quarter as they out-  scored the Cougars 22 to 15. Elphinstone  was not worried about the score, and substituted quite freely. Final score was 62 to  50 for the Cougars. High scorers for Elphie were Wayne Smith 14, Art Dew 13  with Brad Norris and Bill Sneddon adding 10' apiece.  Brian Evans hustled and rebounded  well ib7''tKe'-Cougaire"'"M*'weir'as"' scoriiig  his first basket of the season.  The Cougars hosted a tourney last  weekend, practised on Monday, played  Queen E on Wednesday, practised Thursday, and played again Friday. This  schedule seemed to take toll on the players during the game, and was the factor  towards their lack of enthusiasm.  This recent victory means that the  senior Cougars have won 10 straight  games, something that hasn't been accomplished by a Elphinstone basketball  team in a long while.  On Dec. 15 and 16 the senior boys and  senior cheerleaders journey to Victoria.  The team will take part in a four-team  tourney hosted by Edward Milne. Other  visiting teams are Oak Bay and Duncan.  ACTIVITIES  The Christmas dance - _held Friday  night was a great success. Some profit  was made but most important everyone  really  enjoyed   themselves'. ���'������-���'        j  Highlight of the evening came at 10:30  p.m. when the snow flake Queen and  princesses were announced. Maria Lynn  was chosen as junior princess and Lita  Allnutt was voteel senior princess. Past  queen Dia,ne Fisher crowned Ellen Lehman as this year's snowflake queen,  Princesses( received a necklace, while the  queen was presented with a tiara and  bouquet.  The student council  thanks all stu-  WWrtWWWMMMMWWHIWIMMIIMIIll  ���by Joan Blomgren  V  dents who attended the dance and cooperated towards its success.  Special thanks goes to Val Simmons,  Debbie  Baba,  Barry Higgs,  Steve  Hill,  Page 6     The-Peninsula. Timet  Wednesday, December 13, 1972  Steve Miles and Guy Fisher. Decorating  would not have been completed without  their help.  Also thanks goes, to the student police and Karen Donibroskf and the refreshment committee.   \  SUNSHINE COAST CREDIT UNION  I  _i��llH|��l����.  SECHELT/ B.C.  HOLIDAY SCHEDULES  Christmas - New Year's 1972 - 1973  Friday, December 22  Saturday, December 23  Sunday, December 24 .  Monday, December 25  10 a.m. to 4 p.m.  10 a.m. to 12 noon  Closed  Closed  �������������������������������������������#������  !���������*���������:��������������������*������������������������**���������*���������*���������  ������������������������  nmunH\_\*wm__r_wmmm__*.  ZJhanks for  the  Support!  Your  confidence  In  me  that   your   interest*   are,  heard     and     protected  through my office at a  Gibson* Alderman.  KURT HOEHNE  ��� mu��^n,i**9m99\m*9umtttt***mmm*i99i��00m*>immA  "ft  'V jJ^'   :  ��!..'/  ECfHHS^:%��**3^^&*' ��� ^' ��� ���  1 __     __lAt.      '.    ,    .��'Vta"*<*<' *       ii     JWUI>"    <    TV  >_c   �����'/h'rtj'v> ' '_.''<* '*'-__ j-"   ^*��_S_*!��r\  PIUEUP OF BOYS continues to groy,  na moro slid�� Into tho pack, Others  untangle nnd head back for another   "go" at it.  Use'Timei' MbrletBtoSellrMentrBuYrSwaptetc,  ^IWI^IEI^I^tiliM*^  CHRISTMAS DECORATIONS AND KITS    f  " GIFTS  HUH  IIII*  m  MM*  m  m  ���m  ,m  ml"***  unit  ��������<  .m...  Hit*  - tit*  Polyopic Kits '..'f.M .95-f 16.95.  JBaffery Operated ��� ��� ��� ��� ? 16.95  "The Gift of Ughtfr  ������������^���a  SALE���?0% OF*  ON ALU RESIN ITEMS  ������PjM��W*WW��W*l��WWW��MI>WMHi  INPiMnHMHN  Beautiful Polyoptics  Mado fo Order  13 colors with an Infinite possible  fibre arrangement.  iH.%q��mm*t*!i>mmttwm0t��.  <"# ��   i  ���y������*.w����"�������" �������� ���.������������  m  ������4*1  ���*>W!#^^.frf'^^  pern     }  MMa_MWM>��Htim#Maa^aii. ......  5   Cowrlo Stmt, Socholt ��� . ~*f**  StudlOi phona fl85.?8l7  g  ^l��l��!O!Oi��IOl��lO!��IOIO!O!OlOl��l()!��IP!OIO!��i��!��!��i91OI��l��IOIOi0!��IOla.l��|l)!Ol��!l)l��!��i<?l?!��l*r,  ��-j V  5% Interest Credit  on 1973 Curfent  Tax Ptoymeffts  Made between January 1  Interest, ot the rata of 5% per  annum, will be credited to any  prepayment deposit on current  (\ 973} taxes made between Jan^  tjary*1 wand ^Mafl 5tH71973;  IrUcrost Will be Slculate^ from  tho date of payment fp Juno 30,  1^3,!, Such deposits,. In any,  amount up to, tho total of the  1973 taxes, will be accepted.y  ��� Any fyrther Information required  may bo.obtained from the MmoI-  olparOfflce^tdlephono'Bfi^-aMS  December 13, 1972,      ,  PArtD^OHI^STOH  MONICIPArcCERK  1. .!f ffW, ^2^f^Qm  Tuesday, December 26  :       Closed  Wednesday, Thursday, Friday  December 27 -28-29  Normal Hours: 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.  Saturday, December 30    Closed  Sunday, December 31  ......................................  Closed  Monday, January 1   Closed  Tuesday, January 2  Resume Normal Hours  Tuesday to Saturday 10 a.m. to .4 p.m.  t  The officers and staff ot Sunshine Coast Credit  Union extend to all their best wishes for a Merry  Christmas and a Happy New Year.  SUNSHINE COAST CREDIT UNION  SECHELT, B.C.  DEPOSIT - CHEQUING ACCOUNT  mmmm  EARNS INTEREST at SV%% per annum paid Quarterly  FULL CHEWING P^^  per cheque. This is only a ssrv"     charge.  NO CHAfty&E for Deposits or Ca'     withdrawals.  .. .,-,,-,..A.,-..   ���..;.;......-,,. -,,....... ........ ....������,��.,;.:���....���.,.......  ON��� ACCOUNT ^rve�� ^LL ^ouK personal chequeing,  current savings and short term investment needs.  PERSONALIZED CHEQUES can bo supplied,  i ,   i   'i i       i .       '  AVAILAPLE to any resident of the Sunshine Coast ,  r. .'-''��� ' ...  ��� Also Available: y- '^ ���    -  -SNARES.Baaic.Membership.Requirement, Minimum $5.   1  No Maximum Limit Life Insurance on loans with  some age/health and amount limitations.  TERM DiPOSITS. One yeqr, three year and five year.  Interest rates from 6%to8%  MONEY ORDERS:CaMdiaToFU:s:  ' ' ' ���'      "     "        ,.'"     '     l ' '      ,      a  COLLECTIONS of Agreements for Sqle.  J-pHmit. asiaNMtfW'hftf'^ja!'���^^ (^'^w4swT>H^^,W��J)M��ftf  I 111 It $.  m*+*  *OAf9s r- tfn&tiAC, a, jteAL gsta te  '. J !   l\. .  'lit.,  t.*tH#km#i4>.n4irmj>444m  m,Uwmiim*m>4'M4_,  t*^yi*m4*tmwi**��tw)4kfa4!&^  PONT WAIT������- CAU! Mqui  OUT Wm DIAPiWB FO* PIMT QUARTER BARNINGS  ii_BW'JWiaj<_^w^a^WW*tiWiW^ 'sWeiiiNi-Pwnwmwa^s"-'!- *&*>#&.      \ ".  T "���#���" ~ 9br*n.     .   j|W  i��Mtmif^mai^m  P.O. Box 375  Sechelt  MWWWMi<^^  Phone  8864-966%  i     "' . ' ��  **i w,v r  mf��$mmf*pM��i(4im-  mmm*mmfmmm&-fym \  \  \  Wednesday, December 13, 1972       The Peninsula Times  V  Page 7  Process revealed  Several steps involved  if property is rezoned  BESSIE KRUSE (left) presents a  cheque for $1,100 for St. Mary's Hospital, Sechelt, on behalf of Granthams Bingo Club. Accepting the donation is Mrs. Ellen Bragg, newly appointed administrator at the hospital.  Looking on are Nancy Kruse and Joe  Wheeler, one of the founders of the  Bingo Club, whis has donated over  $2,500 to St. Mary's since it was built  a few years ago. Mrs. Bragg said  the money would be used to buy a  heart pacer.  Sate driving campaign  By   E.   R   CUYLITS  Planning Director. Regional District  REZONING   is  often  discussed   but   the  process is not always understood.  Principally rezoning occurs when "an  owner of property wishes to carry out  an activity ��� which is contrary _o the existing zoning regulations. In areas zoned  by the district, an application to rezone  must be made in writing by the owner  of the property involved and must be accompanied with an administrative fee of  $10.  Upon receipt of the application by  the Sunshine Coast Regional District  board of directors, the matter is referred  to the board's planning committee, the .  advisory planning commission of the- area  involved, the technical planning committee and the Department of Highways.  The Department of Highways evaluates  the proposed rezpning as to the effect  the rezoning will have oft traffic flows  on the controlled access highways in the  district. Should the department oppose  the rezoning, the application must be  rejected by the board.  The board's planning committee evaluates the affects of the rezoning on  adjacent property and on the regional  plan. If the proposal is contrary to the  long-range plans for the area, the committee  must decide whether the merits  of the proposed land use warrant a  change to the plan itself. This is done in  consultation with the local advisory  planning commission, ihie commission is  composed of members of the public and  the area board member. Finally, the application is also considered by the technical planning committee. This committee, consisting.of representatives of various departments of governments, submits  its advice to the board as well.  Should all the recommendations be  favorable, the board will then submit the  proposal to the public for their opinion.  This is done at a public hearing. The  opinions and comments raised at these  hearings are, presented to the board and  alterations to the final recommendations  are made if it is felt they are needed.  The final step is-the passage of a bylaw  and its approval by the lieutenant-governor in council.  Disturbance nets   ,  man fine of $100  GARNETT    Sydney   Edmonds,   Gibsons,  was   fined   $100- in -provincial   court  Dec. 5 when he pleaded guilty to caus-^  ing a disturbance at the Peninsula Hotel  recently.  Accused was placed on probation on  conditions that he abstains from alcohol  and does not enter any liquor, outlet. .  Bruce O'Rourke, Gibsons, was sentenced to 14 days in jail, to be served two  days a week, when he pleaded guilty to  impaired driving.    *  This is a $3.50 SPOT!  Your advertising in this space will reach  more than 2,500 homes (10,000 people!)  each week. It's the most economical way to  reach more Sunshine Coast people because  Times .ads go into more homes than any  other  newspaper   produced   ip   this   area.  The Times  885-9654 (Seehelt)        886-2121  (Gibsons)  Be prepared to cope  with winter driving  ^r--       .��� 'V  Lumber prices  on increase  UPWARD movement of lumber ' prices,  which started in early 1971, has turned since August into an "almost vertical  climb", reports The Bank of Nova Scotia  in its month review.  Lumber production throughout Canada has increased significantly and the  outlook for 1973 is optimistic, the review  says.  "A strong demand for Canadian lumber is forecast for 1973 simply in the  light of the low . inventories at every  stage of production and distribution, and  the large carry-over of house-building  already  started."  Prospects for. Canadian newsprint  producers  also  are  encouraging.  "Canadian operations have in fact  been improving for some time and...  it now appears that for the year as a  whole, production and shipments should  equal or surpass the 1969 peak..  "Lumber production in British Columbia, which traditionally accounted for  about 70 per cent of the Canadian total,  ran 6,5 per cent higher during the first  ''''nine'months' of 1972 despite the logging  strike in the summer."  New ambulance  .usitai ^iyiniiif)*^'  THE GOVERNMENT will introduce leg:  ���islation > In  the  spring  to  allow  the  J>eal^V degqrtment ,tojet. provincial j^anc^  ards tb fee mef by persons providing ambulance . services,  says  Health  Minister  Demnls,.Cocke,. ���:.,,.,.,..........,,,,..,,, -,.,:'���....,7,_���...., ;,..;���:���.,.���..,.���,.  Cocko said several oiher provinces  now have the power to regulate the quality ot, care provided by ambulance drlv*  ors nnd attendants but no such power  exists ln B.C,  , Minimum amounts of equipment and  first old supplies ��� to be carried In ambulancesaro Also'set In other parts of the  IF YOU and your car are prepared for  winter driving, you'll get through December's Safe Driving campaign, and the  entire winter season without too much  trouble. It's a matter of knowing what  to do in cold-weather conditions^  Have your tires, brakes, cooling system, exhaust system, battery, windshield  washer and wipers checked, and repaired  if necessary, before the snow flies. A  rpoper tune-up is the best Way to get  ready for "old man winter."  Use a light touch on the gas when  starting in snow or on icy surfaces. Too  much power will only spin the wheels  and make matters worse. Try starting  in second gear for added traction.  If you do get stuck, try turning the  wheels from side to side a few times to  push the snow out of the way, then steer  straight ahead and ease forward very  slowly. Still stuck? Shovel away as much  snow from around the tires as possible.  Spread a little rocHsalt, sand or ashes  under the tires, and if you have them,  place pieces of- carpeting in front of the  rear wheels. Now gently rock the car  back and forth, shifting from forward to  reverse (If your car has automatic transmission, check, the owner's manual for  the proper procedure for rocking). With  each rock, you should gain a little ground.  However,' tire "chains 'are "still'"the" best  answer for getting out of such situations.  When driving on ice or snow, remember that it'takes a much greater distance to bring your car to a halt than it  does on dry pavement! Always leave  more room between you and other driver^, in .winter., Reducing your, speed Hnpt,  only increases your changes of stopping  In time, It also helps reduce the possibility of skids.  * Don't slam on' the brakes; Youfll lock  the wheels and this could result in an  uncontrolled skid, Pump your brakes  gently so that you can maintain stet ing  ���' control7 "' ' "7 "'"'" '���'���"''"' 7;" "'"" "  j��,,_k��,��If ,.you-do- start��to.a skid,-don't- panic,.-  and don't slam on the brakes, Keep  firm grip on the steering wheel, take your  foot of��> the accelerator and s^er ln the  direction the rear of the vehicle Is skidding. Bo' careful that you don't over  compensate. When you fqel the car regaining traction, straighten your wheels  and pa prepared to handle a akld in tho  opposite direction, ���  vi'.-i Keep your windows clear,'Not Just tho  windshield, but sldo and rear windows  as woll, Use your windshield washers,  When driving through fog or heavy  snowfall;"use""your io\>/ beams." Hgh  beams reflect light off the fog or falling  snow and can be blinding for a driver.  If the visibility gets too bad, don't be  a hero, pull well off the road with your  emergency flashers on and wait until the  fog or snowfall lets up.  Be a defensive driver. "Know the' hazards, understand the defence and act in  time" during Safe Driving Week, during  the winter driving season, and throughout  the year.  U-DRIVE  TRUCKS  SUNSHINE RENTALS  or  885-2848  885-2151  eves.  SUNSHINE COAST REGIONAL DISTRICT  1972 WATER RATES  Wafer rates and charges not paid by December 31st, 1972, are liable  to be transferred to the Provincial -Tfi_& Roll as taxes in arrears and bear  interest at the current rate.  Bills may be paid at the Regional District office, Davis Bay, or at any  chartered bank in the District.  I  CHARLES F. GOODING  Administrator  , ... about the lawyer who decided it  was time to have a talk with his son���  about the alleged facts of life.  Gold & Silver  Charm Bracelets  Silverware  i  Hand-cut Crystal  ' Shavers and , -  Hot Combs  Stones and  Fine Gifts  a Specialty  O  100% WATERPROOF  WATCHES BY ROLEX  9  ENICAR WATCHES  WELCH'S CHOCOLATES  SECHELT JEWELLERS  Sechelt, B.C; 885-2421  country, the mlnls.er said,  power, to���pM8���BMOh^.ro|tutattonaAi��n4.1.tho,tf.,,an4*0iortnVoff headlights and tallllghts,  main purpose of the bill to be presented  during the1 legislature w|lj'be to set up  tho machinery to give the government  such power,.   ��� ������ ,. ,  There has been pressure to set stand-"  ards fojc J3,G, ambulance operators,  A spokesman said it is possible several  ���llvcfi mlsht" hnvo: been saved hnd'tlio  nmbulnncp attendant hod tl^o power to  administer specKlo kinds of Urn. aid,   7  ���*wwCocko4>Bold*n6'a*rogulations'*wlU"��bO'��  pmjscd until health department officials  ...,coiwuU;'.tuny7wlthHUiio.)a,C,,(Modlc<��lP.A8��:v  soclntlon, ambulance   operators, munlcl*  politics and Interested citizens' groups,  W)&ntyESS -concepts    r~"  , Plffcrcht people have .widely varying  concoptf) of what la meant by wilderness,  , To some it implies a region where there  - are-no-roads,- no aircraft- access and no  , bulldlngd  or activity  of any, Hindi to.,  others it represents areas where people  , cap camp and picnic with relative ease  -; free from tho trappings and, crowds of  (m��t,fopolitafl regions,   , i   ,   7,  You can't drivo safely if you can't sco  and bo seen.  THIS ll A $100 SPOT!  (LessAyvthten on contract)  Your advertising In this  space will reach nearly  2,500 homes (over 9,000  people) each Week. It's the  ""''"most' "economical "way * "to "'"'  reach more Sunshine Coast  people becpuse "Times ads  go Into more homes than  any other, newspaper pro-   .  duced in this areo  it  THE TIMES  683-9634 (SetheU)       086-7244 (Qlb.on.)  IHJUUMHlM0l!BMD0nM0fllflBIIIW  ANAVETS GIANT BINGO  "V-l,  SATURDAY,  DECEMBER  16  -  8:30  ROBERTS CREEK COMMUNITY HALU  JACKPOT $500 BSGGIE  ��� 11  ,19 othor game* ai $20.00  a^tajaSW^bsfe^a^BaWf^OT"*   '  OVER $300 IN DOOR PRIZES  3 CARDS FOR $3  OTHERS CARDS AVAILABLE INSIDE  ^������BBIBBBBBBPBBIBBBBBBBBgBlWBBBBaaBBBBBBIBBBBKarilBBBBBBgBBaBBBBIlBBBBBIPIOHBa  Calling home  for Christmas?  Here are some  suggestions to  make it easier.  There is great joy in exchanging Christmas greetings  by telephone. So much so7infact, that  thousands and thousands of Canadians do so each'year.  ;    It isn't possible to reserve specific times for long '  distance calls but you can minimize delay by'  following these tips:  FIRSTS Make a list now of the phone numbers ������, ;  (including area codes) of the people you plan to call. '  '  ^ Get these, yyithout charge, through, your operator  " pr'by following instfucitiohs in yoqr telephone Hirectory  for dialing direct. Do this now and avoid battling  heavy holiday traffic Just to get your numbers.  ,S ECp,NP.=l Dgn't wait ^atJLAsJ^8J^yJJieJ.'-����-,  when cirguits across Canadn will be Qverfoaded, to place  all your calls, Spread them over the Christm^s'seaison.  Your family and friends will dnjoy your calls just as  much and you'll bo more certain of getting through  without delay.  REMEMBER ��� Most longdistance calls costless when  you dIM them'yourself, Even (ess after 6 p.nri, qnd'  ' "��� "'   all day Sunday,  So, give them a call  for Christmas.  No bothersome  shopping, wrapping  ormalllng.  TijW-il'j sift!, tfff ���^''-.ft .M'.SajdjlSlFJM^-J*.  'ptllflr""* ���  #ifm.i:wwl$m(imtw  ;��  >r*^$>^ftti4Mt.'&fpt*��  4t.^^m^4<^^^^^l��^'l''lllt>.l^r-4^' t&Wt^��M*^4^��lft��!ifai^  screws  ELPINSTONE AERO CLUB       ���,..  IIIW ��iiiilS ~ i��i - P^ilCl  FOR YOUR DINING JOY    '  SUCKLING PIG  and  14    I  ��W^H��ayWi��Wja^^  BARON OF BEEF  t  1  DINING LOUNGE 11 am. to 8 p.m.  CABARET-SATURDAY-  9 P.M. T�� 1:30, A-Wl.  Sunshlno Conat  ���Waaa)WM��lW>Mw��Wa*ay^  mnv  Hwy. "SocholCL.  ountje  FRIDAY 'TIL SUNDAY  N CHIPS  wii^jai^wBijrii^iwap  MaWWaWMjII*^^  TO TAKE. OUt  ��^*aw<_arfs��)fWSfta  tmmmtmt/bytwmimmm  mjmmm^m to pay Poet's Corner  tax interest  \  GIBSONS village council will pay 5 per  c^m interest on tax bills paid between  Jail 1 and May  15,1973.  At their recent meeting, council authorized  clerk  David  Johnston   to   accept  DESERTED   BAY  Where bare feet raced across the beach  in" summer  Churning the sand, and sounds of  laughter filled  the bay,  Now the cormorant from his ledge  -Watches the sea smooth out  A single coqn's print at the water's edge.  The boat that scored the waves  wepayment-of-taxes-after~^^ ..        __  p.K*        .  - When-dgys were long, now upturned  7    AX '     ���   i \  Paged Tlie Peninsula Timet  Wednesdoy, December 13, 1972  ..-���! :���"7���-"<, r*���~  A\ sun-dried shell that's cast aside,  Trapped \>y encircling rocks  Beyond the highest reaches of the tide.  While herons, lilce the smokey  breath of Autumn  Drift to the wnarf, and squirrels run  . - '    ori cottage roOves,  A flood of colour gold and brown'  Falls from the maple trees,  Breaking the silence as it spirals down.  VOLUNTEER WORK party braved  the rigors of winter Saturday to help  Gibsons Legion move into its new  home, which opens next week. Particularly loving attention was lavished on the club's venerable old piano,  as work party members ease it from  the old building and hoist it onto a  truck for the brief trip to its new  surroundings.  Anavets Corner  ���Gibsons Army, Navy and  Air Force Unit 357  GREETINGS!  I was pleasantly surprised at the  amount of mail that I received concerning the hobby of "wargaming!" Everyone thinks my hobby is drinking. That's  my profession. My hobby is building  scale models of every armored vehicle  from De Vinky's ��� horse-propelled tank  (circa 1540) to the latest sophisticated  weaponry on wheels. I have a collection  of some 300 and I know of four other  people who have very large model collections in this area.  I would like particularly, to thank  Miss Sheila Thomson of Madeira Park for  her letter!. She mentions in her letter a  look called ".ftjeXou THungry, Are' You  Cold?" by Ludwig Bemelman. As she  mentions, this book de.als with the obsessions, of two .old generals with war-.,  gaming. She also points out something  I failed to do! There ar^ dozens of "war-  games" available In Woodward's adult  game section that are complete with,all  the components to fight yoiy. own mlnia-  "nure"l:cM^  types  of  games,  rather, than  finishing  up ���with a predictable,ending,eyery |lme,  'these "wrirgnmes" end differently every"  tlmo and so aro more enjoyable the of-  tener they are playcdl  Another part of Sheila's letter quotes  an excerpt from a book called "Tlio Complete Ctardener" by H, H, Thomas writ-  ,, ten and printed ,ln the long-ago year ol  1912. '  "   ' '    "  For future development . . .  Waterfront leases due for  year-to-year renewal basis  LEASES on water lot property  around  Gibsons harbor will be renewed only  on a yearly basis, village council confirmed at their recent meeting.  Mayor Wally Peterson said that this  would allow council to cancel or amend  leases, if necessary, to conform to any  future development plans for the harbor  area.. ���':'���.,' '..".., ',:���  Provincial parks branch had asked for  council's, comments on a proposed extension to the lease held by Harry Smith  for Smitty's Marine property on the  harbor.   ���  Peterson said council should inform  the parks branch that ..... ���ould be  willing to extend the lease only on, a  year-by-year basis, in acrrdance with  their present policy.  Smith's lot was square, he noted, and  the southeast corner of Reed and North  Roads was tabled pending further information from the Highways Departments on the new route of Highway 101.  Developer Dick Fitchett intended providing water, service to the subdivision,  which he felt would be particularly attractive to speculators, Johnston told  council; v7       *.7x,i|:7":���'7,' 7..7 7;* *.,;.  Gibsons' surplus fire engine' has been  sold to the village of Kaslo, in southern  eastern B.C. Their offer of $3,100 was  the only tender fo arrive before the'dead-  line.  Council agreed to install a street light  at Cosy Corner.  "It's about the only place in the village to turn around," said Mayor Peterson, "and it's certainly not a safe place  to turn."  of the new year  Interest will be paid until June 30,  when  tax bills  are  normally  issued.  Under other business, council authorized the Fire Department to flood, Gibsons tennis courts to allow skating during the winter months.  Mayor Wally Peterson said the operation should be supervised to ensure the  ice was thick enough to prevent damage  to the courts' new blocktop surface.  Aid. Winston Robinson cautioned  council to find out the effect on local telephone rates before supporting a bid by  Pender Harbour to have their area included in the local B.C. Tel toll-free zone.  Mayor Peterson said the move could  be to their advantage if it did not result  in greatly increased telephone rates.  Johnston was instructed to ask B.C.  Tel how rates would be affected if Pen-  ler Harbour was made toll-free.  Council turned down a request from  Roberts Coates, Reed Road, to build a  fourplex on Wyngaert Road.  Planner Rob -Buchan reported that any  building larger than a duplex was considered a multi-dwelling and the site in  question, was too small for this type of  development.  However, site size of 11,000 square  feet was large enough for a duplex, he  added.  Council agreed to follow his recommendations and turn doWn the application, pointing out to Coates that he could  build a duplex on the lot.  Johnston reported that the Pollution  a sewer extension to serve the senior  Control Branch had approved plans for  citizens housing development on North  Road.  He explained that council had to apply  to the branch for approval on all sewer  and water extensions they undertook.  Walter Valancius, 1670 N. Fletcher,  appeared before council to enquire procedure for moving a new house onto his  lot.  There is a small house on the lot already, he said, but this would be torn  down when his new home is installed  and hooked up.  Johnston explained that pictures of the  house would have to be submitted to  council fpr consideration. If the home  seemed suitable for the area, Gibsons  building inspector would examine it at  the owner's expense.  Valancius said he would submit photographs of the house the following week.  lies below-the  For Quick Results Use Timet Adbriefs  A MERRY CHRISTMAS  and a  HAPPY NEW YEAR  TO ALL OUR FRIENDS AND CUSTOMERS  FROM THE MANAGEMENT AND STAFF  ot the  CEDARS INN  GIBSONS  THE RESTAURANT WILL BE CLOSED FROM  DECEMBER 17 to JANUARY 7, 1973  H"r  ^jrine -Strtb   I liohl  avi-^..  fy7-  TRAINED FORESTERS ,  v Only four universities in Canada give  complete forestry training. The first forestry faculty in this country was founded  in 1907 at the University of Toronto followed in turn py the Universities of New  Brunswick, Laval and British Columbia.  FRIDAY, DECEMBER 15 at 7:30 p.m.  ELPHINSTONE SCHOOL GYM  Gibsons  .^Tph and L^raftd cJui&pla  J'adklon Snow  (JSand Selections  Admission: Adults 75c  Children and Senior Citizens 50c  9*  "!::"H!i,-!;:;!:a::::::.  this  could cause problems  in the  long  term if large-scale harbor development The light is one of three, budgeted for  was undertaker!.  YEAR-BY-YEAR BASIS  "Iri a circular harbor, everyone can't  have a square lot or every second lot  would be knocked, out," ( he said, "But  I can't see anything Wrong with Issuing'  a lease on a year-by-year basis. It can  be cancelled if necessary so It won't  hold up harbor development,"  Aid. Ted Hume said that lease-holders  should * be - notified - that -their leases - could "  be cancelled, "Otherwise, they could do  a lot of work on their property and end  up with nothing?' '        '  Mayor Peterson Agreed that this  should bo pointed out to them,  "DevQlo��ment might not take ptaco  fpr five yeara, or It could happen next  year," ho added, ,,,���    ,  Clerk David Johnston was instructed  to Inform the parks branch of council's  decision,  by council this year.  Council representatives will meet with  Don Lockstead MLA, Dec, 16 to discuss  a variety of planning matters presently  under consideration,  From the pulpit  This wonderful old follow goes to  great .lengths,Jo, apologize,,for���,h  formation over to the police but $100���ahout ono-te^th of.whaUa rcqulr* Many are puwled over Christ's deity, hut  time a court 6rder had been'oh" "cd for fencing, alone,"'"ho a��td.''%\, does* jn many coses this is caused by an unto'disinter thelold follow, advise    n't look, too favor ��ble," .       cle^r ��� vleW, ot His .humanity, And finally  omitted thenpiontion.of. a,moat colorful  plant that can bo used for hedges, bordering flower bods' or aa ho innocently  (itates, can bo given tho dignity of an  acre or so,of ground Just to Justify its  beautiful appearance, You guessed it)  Cannablal I was lialf tempted to turn  this Information over to the  by the  twined  him of his rights and charge him with  ���cdmtrilrutlnBrhe*wouW��probablyHteroUy  fall -��a< 1 under the strain,  The . .t election of officers Is on  Wednesday, Dcfc. 13 ftt Robert's Crook  Community Hall nnd e good turn out of  voting members can' insure that tho  choice o< the majority mre elected,  It... is difficult for some, members to  attend because of work schedules of nf-  -���-������ \ernoon "mid * hfglmihif i'i," but th fro ~nre7'  enough people at liberty to come to make  It ft satisfactory election, I know it seems  .    n dlHCQurnglna thing At, times to get ft  club or organisation going but remember  the* unit motto "Spo et Tuuml" A, year ,  ��ro wo had nothing! Wo now have a.  cholco piece of property nnd the help ���  of �� Mr, H, L, Cowloy of Wolstencroft  Itenl Ecstftto Agonclcs who seems deter-  uvu i\ uoou jooiulon; for a "legion boor  pnrlor^' on Hall Hand right in Koborts  7 Crcoki "it r ronlly 7wftrms:;t your7 heart to 7  think of  tho help extended  by  civic-  rmlndod pooplo In this nrca I  w��wmJ3orCfor#eLth��JVnftvota.OlAnLBlngo^  on Deo, 1(1 (Snturdny) nl ttobcrts Creek  'CnmnwnUjr-HniirThcro-nro'doorprlzcs**  wprth over $300, 10 games nt $20 n game,,  plus the usual Jackpot of $000 plus the  extra 31st game) Watch for our posters ���  and come curly, because this fn the biggest blhgo yet and lots of luck to you  Alii  Under' other business,-Alderman Hume .  reported that proposals for a community  tennis-court fncllity at Elphinstone High  School woro mooting with financial difficulties, .,,. .',,.. ,,,,;.:.;���/, ........ iy.i...... .........    ...... ������...,..;  ���': "Mr, Labonte of the nthlotlc association says thoy havo only come up with  ���by Pastor Gerry Foster,  Gibsons Pentecostal Church  j'BUT, when , the , time,; had fully, come, v  God sent forth;His Son, born of a  woman, born under, the law, to redeem  those who were under the law."  The above vividly describes the Incarnation of Jesus Christ, It tells us  three; thingsTabut Christ.TFirstly, that He  was Sent' forth, This is significant bepauso  the Son of God came from glory to this  earth, As the Apostle John says; "The  Word, became flesh and, dwelt among us.'7  This points to ��� Christ's pro-existance,  deity, incarnation and mission, and what  n mission���to' saye' a lost mankind,  And secondly, we note that He was  born of "a Woman, This .concerns, Jesus'  tru<j humanity ' which ��� was absolutely  necessary for, Him to qualify as a Saviour,  '/>  i.-W>,  However, they , intended, Approaching  nn*,organlJ��tlon*ffor"Hdditlon��l-��funaini;,"  ho added, ���' *  - Main holdiup in the completion, of  Gibsons now sewage treatment plant is  tho power hook-up to the pumping station, reported Mayor Peterson.   .  "Wo nro getting pretty poor service  from B.C. Hydro," he said, noting that  tho treatment plant, itself, had befn completed for some time, *   >  prowTdeCKy' ���"' *"""'  Johnston Was instructed to ask Dayton  and Knight, consulting engineers, to investigate the delay,  humanity, And finally  He was, born under the law, and because  of-thls^Hrwomd'^?eiStraurbecomf "  curse for us,  Jesus left the riches of Heaven, was  bom, in the likeness of sinful flesh, and  Hyed in obedience to the law, to redeem  you and I from under the law, No wonder  the angels praised God that night when  Jesus Christ was born. We sing Joy to  the world the .Lord is,comej nnd what  ,Joy,,there Js^Jien.Christ���comcs,into,our���  life and heart and home,     ,   "I ' ���"��� ��    There Is an interesting contradiction  In terms when a couple speaks of retiring  WHY   NOT   SURPRISE   YOUR   WIFE   AND  GIVE   HER  THAT   RUG   SHE   WANTED  FOR   SO   LONGI  RUGS IN ALL SIZES,  " ��       I ���  and COLORS  ATaHEMENDOUSLY  REDUCED PRICES  ��r. |*l|'*ifl;vaflli'**i'Haf rajiS** "|��.l^r>* Wt^***^?I,  ���       ���       <*  Proposals for a 13-lot subdivision at to a mobile home to settle down.  Carpet RqII Ends r- Just Arrived  And Something for Everybody  ���      '   ' ' - ������        ���^V*'   ' ,  i' a.a,   a,--    ,.  ' ,    , ,   \ ,  CARPET SWEEPERS  ���   LAZY-DAZY  LITTLE   WONDER   WHICH   PICKS   UP  EVERYTHING   BUT   THE   RUG  MWWftftiMaWW^^..^^  ONLY 49.95  Delivery of any  present//  available  article will  be made before  *Chrlstmasl*mrmAm'  KEN De VRIES  GOING TO A PYJAMA PARTY?  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Aloha buffet nets  $224) meetingtold  ONEY   DeCajpp   hostessed   a   luncheon  meeting for the Gibsons Hospital Auxiliary at her home on Dec. 6.  In a lovely settingX complete with  Christmas decorations, 27 members satv  down to enjoy a delicious luncheon personally prepared by the hostess.  After lunch, President Dooley Mason  chaired the business meeting and welcomed Ada Whitaker as a new member.  Gladdie Davis reported that nine tables of bridge were enjoyed on Nov. 27.  Door prize was won by Amy Blain, first  prize by Amy Blain and Ray Benoit and  second prize by Roy Taylor and Ewart  McMyrm. There will not be a bridge tn  December, the next bridge being ori Jan.  22. -  Reports were given by Kay Water-  house for the Thrift Shop and Elsie Willis  for hospital volunteers. For December,  Ivy Richards will be in charge of hospital volunteers.  Jean Longley, who convened the successful Aloha Buffet of Nov. 17 reported  that the attendance was 189 and net proceeds were $224. The. membership expressed appreciation for the support given by  the community.  Oney Decamp is receiving donations  to the Christmas Greeting Fund in lieu  of sending local cards. The list will be  x     &  . *  -1  ^7,7.,. 4_tf <\^ ���*���_*�� *n$*_  ���* ^     ,   _ **a^�� >^wil^  l*A  il:  *���  .  s  f '"  t...  i V.  ^t%  ���>}��  i_\  .y  closed Dec. 15. Please phone 886-2437..  'if'       Lenora Inglis took over the meeting to  ���^V  announce the election of new slate of of-       v.y-*>��,-   i-.f~"v��w  ���'^Jicers: Jean Longlex president, Florence    ��7/^" ^i^****** * K.  \ ijj Robertson,  vice-president,  Kay Marshall,  ;.  , secretary, Marge Langdale, treasurer, and  ���Vt-^tVi Harris, publicity.  >,,'^     The next meeting will be held on Jan.  ;',.!���, 3, 1973 at 1:45 p.m. in the Gibsons Health  J'K,\Center at whictutimcthe new executive  "'  i will assume office.  -:_���{  ^Archer, Hoehne  ^���;v;v'���'���������'���'^^^^^^^^!���^x���x���^^'^^'���>^I^W  \ ���  .IJWJ.M.M.M.U  _.. ... . I .  Decision protested . . .  Library commission cuts  grant to Gibsons facility  The Peninsula Times Page 9^  Wednesday/December 13, 1972  "  would rather see us serve; a larger area.  In our case, this is impractical."  Gibsons library is now operating on  reserves built up over the years, and  Mainil predictsr'they .have sufficient funds  to operate for "a couple of years."  But the board chairman stressed there  was no possibility of the library closing  down.   , -  All  marriages  are  happy-rit's  Uving  together  afterwards  that  causes   all  the.  troubles.  named aldermen  '-4.  '-    ^MATHEMATICS - teacher   Hugh    Archer  ��� ,  .A     and accountant Kurt Hoehne topped  -;.\the   poll  at  Saturday's  municipal  elec-  .' ''"'tidn in Gibsons.  i," ,7, {,   They  will fill  the two  vacant seats  fV'' 6n. village counCi|7  ;       *    Hoehne led the poll with 236  votes,  ��     followed by Archer with 224.  At Unsuccessful candidates Norman Har-  *"  . ris and John Harvey pulled in 163 and  173 votes respectively.  *���   .  l   Archer's platform was one of village  beautification,   coupled  with    the  intro-  .���      due lion of light industry to the area.  7'      .    "This   would   bring   in   more   money  which could be used for local improve-  l      ments,"  he  told  The  Times  during his  campaign.  -( Married   with   two  children,   the  32-  ycar^old past president of Sechelt Teachers' ^Association lives in Shoal Lookout  Road.  ">|Tour  tax  dollar    conscious    candi-  '       date|| was how Hoehne described himself |3uring campaigning. "I wish to represent the average private citizen who  haslto live op aB��iXed ^come and can-  / '   not |afford  to  pay   increased  taxes  for  proposed  business  developments  in  our  -���harbor."  "JA family man, Hoehne has  lived in  ��� Gibsons for 20 years.  ���������W *  * jaf     *��  '���''^t'_  *4 ���'.':��� aft  ���9 ;i ���  'i  fjnrr^tH.1  fits*  __&���  HUGH  ARCHER  ���Ml  1MU1      ll  BEAUTIFUL PLACE  ',��������� ���/���'��������� : , "' <>' , ,;'  DON'T MESS IT UP!  Lettuce boycott  urged by union  PORT Mellon local of the United Paper-  workers International Union hasurip  ed Canadian Forest Products to boycott  lettuce at its jSeaside dining room.  The move is in support of the "United  Farm Workers Union in their battle to  guarantee a decent standard of uving  and living conditions to thousands of  farm laborers in Cafliornia," said local-  297. 7  California lettuce workers "are being  exploited by the growers to an extent  that is simply unbelievable in our 1972  society."  Fred Allnutt, president elect of the  local, pointed out that laborers were paid  only one cent per head for picking lettuce.  "The average yearly income of a farm  worker family is $2,700," he explained.  "Eight hundred workers die each year  from misuse of lethal pesticides.  "Over 400,000 children below 13 years  of age work in the fields and the average  life expectancy for farm workers is 49  years." ���ti<.  Ninety-five per cent of -farm workers'  housing "is without toilet or sink facilities,  said Allnutt, quoting a 1969 U.S. subcommittee report on migratory labor.  "The only way the United Farm Workers will be able to win this fight for  spclal justice is to muster (the concerted  support of North Americans from all  walks'' of life, as was done in the grape  boycott two years ago, he said.  Allnutt urged local. residents to tffiy  only lettuce tearing the Black Eagle insignia, of the. UfWA on the crate.   "Insist on seeing the insignia before  you buy," he stressed, "It ia your guarantee of (a product,. produced.,. by.,-. a , fair,  employer.1"''''  Port Mellon unit  holds tea, bazaar  JPORT�� Mellon �� Hospital��Auxiliary��to,. St.,���*,��.��..,  Mary's Hospital held a very satisfactory ten pnd bazaar Dec, 5 at the,Health ,  Center in  spite of the cold,> inclement  weather, ,  President Doreen Docker opened the  ten with a short addrcsa and thanked  those who attended. Margaret Gill', as  convenor did an outstanding Job as the  home baking, novelties and w)Mte elephant  tables vwe leaded with attractive goods,  Those winning reifies were aa follows;  5    Dorothy Fraser, Hopkins-hamper; John  - Dufty,' Port VMelon-hamper; Gary-Davis,-  Port Mellon-electric hair."'setter;' Wilma  Sim,  Langdale-electrie   comb;   Margaret  Trueman, door prize,'  The Auxiliary wishes to thank those  ���vho attended and all willing workers.  The final ijxeetlng of tho year will bo  held Thursday, Dee;'1^ at the homo of  _]_   Doreen Docker, < ,��� ������><.'*...   i ��� ,���, .. a , ,  SALMON fishermen harvest their  wet and slippery crop off snow-  coyered Gibsons Wharf.  PROVINCIAL   Library   Commission   has  cut its grant to Gibsons library, claiming the facility does not meet its mini-  ,imum staridard requirements.  Unhappy with the decison, Mayor  Wally Peterson told council's recent meeting that the library had been relocated  and upgraded to conform to those standards.  "We go to the expense of providing  space for the library so we won't get cut  off. and then we don't get the grant  anyway,"   he said.  In a let ter to council, the Library  Commission said they were only prepared  to authorize a grant of $150.  Last year, too, they gave a reduced  grant of $50, compared to an average of  $500 in previous years, before their minimum ^standards criteria were introduced.  Council agreed to write to Don Lockstead MLA and keep him up to date on  the situation.  Municipal Clerk Dave Johnston told  The Times that in previous years, .the  Library Commission matched dollar-for-  dollar the village grant to the library,  which usually amounted to $500.  With the recent introduction of minimum standards criteria, the library was  upgraded, he said, but the commission  also  wanted  the  facility  run  under  its  control.  ' 'We don't want to operate the library under those conditions," he added.  Chairman^ of Gibsons^, library board,  Jules Mainil, said he was unhappy rather  than angry at the move. And he predicted  the commission might "loosen up" with  funds in the near future.  "I hope they are going to go back to  the system that they had," he said.  The commisssion wanted the board to  hire full-time staff for the library, he  explained, but this was uneconomical in  a village the size of Gibsons.  "We have run on a completely volunteer basis for 20 years," h���� said. "And I  think we are giving extraordinarily fine  service to the community. Anyone who  steps through the doors can see this."  On the commission's minimum standards criteria, Mainil is sceptial of their  value.  "The commission has had their minimum standards for about three years, but  I don't know how effective they have  been. It's been rather expensive."  Cost of enforcing minimum standards  has been borne by taxpayers on a regional  basis, he said, and not just by those  served by  the  library in question.  "The commission is not critical of the.  library,"   Mainil   explained,    "but   they  NOTICE  Pende.? Harbour - Egmont Areo  For Insurance off all kinds  Phone your Resident Agent  JOHN BREEN LTD.  883-2794 (24 hours)  lumiimiimmmiiimi  SUPERMARKET LTD  formerly E&M  BERN IE'S  Complete  Line  of  Gifts,  Groceries, Novelties  OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK  9:00 a.m.��� 10:00 p.m.  Bernie and Pat Shalagan  Hwy 101 Phone 885-9414  ^duiiiiiuunm  I  SUNSHINE COASt REGIONAL DISTRICT  , f   I  Disposal of Old Automobiles  -.?��'.(    (Project Sam) r.  ifln^t-si" �����* *��ik- *pit*:  H|"tt>_n,t<IM4-*��.1i ��w  ��t 'i*.n-.��iW'*i��-i  "V*  HF  iljIgKJ-iIj  The Provincial Government crushing machine Is now In tf���� ow��  and will operate until December 15# 1972. OWners may deliver  automobiles, fridges, stoves, for crushing ond disposal to any off  the following sitesi   i  Gibson* Area Bqsey's Yard      i     '  ".;������ Chafer Road Area       ' Glbson'p Garbage Dump  Roberts Creek .��� Soldlk's .     >  Socholt Se��he!FGqrbagi Dump  .:;..'.'.���'; ,v. Halfmooni Pay ' ,7,',7 , Halfmoon B?y ����**��!��   ��� - ,,  ponder Harbour Ar^>a #arfM Bay Gaibagt Dump  There U no charge for the cruihlng ond dlipwal Mhrlce,  Works Superintendent  1       i  1 ytoW^JjHl.'tf^a^U^uij^ri^w^H^  iff'"  *i^-  i%'"'9  'it-  7WM$M72t^lSM.  i.f__y"7.i  iu  ^f  ->,i7  11 . "'/|  /\7  <i*  f.���  *,_..  Ir��vw  I   1  "a   __.      n  1.1,1, '.!?a,;Hk;. ,i j  ��v:V>  . i'>.  7i' > vj> <v  .�� mif.Htt,  .1 ii  iVi  '��  m  I k M1  \ i7.fi  fVi.",t.'  )> tn  ^ti����  W  .r  im  >V.i I' H1" *i*1f* M*  t?i  _17  A\    |Wa  ���mw\  w.i  ?.*''$  !___7ti  mm^  nH.i,^k.-.M li_*f*#t_.  , EZEm lEip^gg ^y^j^^jr   KSi ;   ::7. ^BRI \m_m ��� wmm   .    "Xllilr^ .���">,       ; mSSFSmWr    ^BPr-1i'B wSSM wMm ��� SEW Hi .. HBH  **.,  la If  Lot's be optimistic and assume  you don't h��ve nn apcldent. Or hit  nny parked cats, Or spood, Ufa aa^  flume you stay ot tha'party longer'  than you planned and had three or'  f ourdrlnKa���enouQh todrlnK to mako  you legally impaired, All In.flood  ���follow8hlp..All.wlthout.mallco,,And���  for oomo reason, you are etqpped,  Horo'awhnttooxpocf:  1 Breathalizer Stt:  tronr)oly adept at spottlna Impaired  drlvoro, There aro dozona ol tolltalo  oluoa, II you aro suspoctod, you wlll  bo aekod to submit to a bronthhllzer  tost, This la mandatory and refusal-  con result In serious charooa, It you  have conaumpd enough to give you  q PQ reading, you can bo charged  with Impaired driving.'  ,  _W lail Vory likely, you will bo  *-\ 1 ��,flH lallod overnight, For tho  Average dtkon, this lo . terrifying  oxporlonco, Impaired driving cornea  undor t(i�� Criminal Codo.flnd thot  Is Just how you wlll bo treated, You  wlll bo fingerprinted, asked for alias',  relieved of your belt, tie, shoelaces,  and personal possessions, allowed  one phono call, and bo placed In a  coll. In the morning, your breakfast  'will be slid under the bara of the coll  u.dogr.,Yau.wllLfln,dliQ.nlghUiarrQW:_  Ing and hove plonty of time to reflect.  In tho meantime, yo^ir wife ond  children WHIb6 worrlod, distressed  and slightly mortified,  3PmpQ Thoarrostlngofflcor'o  1 iiiua roport^orroborotod  by your breothalUor reading, will  normally result In �� conviction. Tho "  , numbor of convictions I? Increasing.^  every yoar.Ovor Hi.000 nro expoot-'  odln British Columbia., atone thla 7  yoor, If tho Judgo lota you off  with 0 920O flno for the first of-  fonco, you can consider yourself  iuoky1. For having accumulated ton  penalty points, tho Quporlntondont  of Motor Vehicles will assess you  0 charge of 925,00 which will bo  uaod to pay (or public Information.  messages llko tho one you are now  reading, Add to thla tho *50 to several hundred dollars you'll spend on a  lawyer and you'vo dropped qulto a  . ai bUnd|0, ......-..".a....... ���.,.:.,.,.�� V,,, .V.l->��aWl,��.a���,...a   ��/WL"M5pMllS|0nf,(1avo<novor'��"  had so much 03 0 parking tlckqt In  thirty yoorsol driving, you can oxpoot,  "to havo your right to drlvo reviewed by tho Superintendent of Motor- >  ,Vohlclos,On his Judgombnt and your  driving rocord,your ausponslon may  bo one month, throo months, six  months, or even Indefinitely,  < 1  5 Insurance-X^e--  'and lawyers, Whon your Insurance'  company hW? all about It, your  Insurance premium will bo surcharged, That means your Insurance  ratoa wlll oonr until you can prove  yourself a good risk again. That  ' could tokoyoara if you hnvo no moro'  problems, And hero's n^othor point  19 pontier, Wad you /n/vrod or \s\\W.  someone while Impulrod, your  liability cQvbrago was vo/cf onyhow.  Your Insurance company will pay  tho claim, bLit thoy may demand ro*  - payment from you.���. 7,.,,,,,a���1.,���,.��� ,���,.,,  ,a.,..t.a  �� Publicity  , "'1.V-  cou(;T[  flfcourt;"  roportoro, In oomo arrlallor com*  muhltlos, your conviction will mako  front page news. Thoy will list tho  details of your arrost, -trial, "conviction, breathalizer r.eadlng, line and  ausponslon, Thoy will print nil this,  along wlt|i your namo and address,  for all your friends and business associates to rond, It la tho coup do'  " graceyoucanexpectaboutonoweoK  after the trial, .....  1     -  Theao aro the hard cold facia of ���  how a Jovial evening oan tilrnilnto a, ���  nlghtmare.Tho polloo havo soon too  many dead children to havo much  pationco.Tho courts havo heard too  many tragedies to glvo you much  moroy, And tlmt'a tho woy It Ib,  -j��-  If you drink, donft drive  W!,,*,,w***a,*<**w wSF 9*��p��tii9*<44***v<*i��99i9W9ii49*m4* ^^rt^i_vaw(iv��*nWi^^^^iv^ya��wB3W*^^  ^ ���;...; ���  , ,r  Oovommont of British Columbia  Motor-VohlcloBronch  ���I ���  Mim.i4mi>^m9iiiaGwt&��tM9Kawi*^,w  ( I ��� t    '  W*TS^lStS^l|pi^|jl��JJtaM��lH^'��MTJ^li*^ JrfJJftr^P^l^kBaWJtltmJ-H MW^#,^ys��lf<l��411>����^'(M^��aa#a<^l$lM(4'>^  British Columbia Automoblld  , Inauronco Bonra       '  m-mwmmitimim#tm*m$>m  I  I  tWv^&**im#n*mvim*&^��*<r1>rti  wfy?*ft*9&9,-*m>e4  <9^4amm^'iw*iwititpw:totiiH&ii^ **   ' X  w  \  \ \  ^  \  \\  \  V  V \  \  Halfmook Bay Happenings  \  Page 10 The Peninsula Times-  Wednesday, December 13, 1972  ANOTHER VICTIM of the elements  is left smashed and waterlogged by  last week's gale-force winds.  MISS BEE'S  CARD & GIFT SHOP  Wharf Rood . S��l.��h . 883.?0��O  P.O. BOX 213  . Hollmarfc-Coiitt* card* and wrapping*.  Fine Engllih china cup�� and (Mucare,  Boutique Items, local artists (Minting*.  AWASH AND   DESERTED, one of  the smaller, victims of,, last week's  "Squamish". wallows in Gibsons harbor waiting to be re-floated by its  owner.  CHILLING WINDS lashed Gibsons  harbor last week, swamping many  of the smaller- boats moored there  and reducing^to a pile of floating  debris a full-sized frame house anchored to a float.  Christmas tree  warning posed  CUTTING your own Christmas tree could      be_verycostly, particularly if it.is.re-....  moved from crown land or if it is a  balsam fir.  "Illegal removal of trees of any  species from crown land is an offence  punishable by fine up to $500," said W. C.  Phillips, chpef protection officer, B.C.  Forest Service.  Ray Wilson, Sechelt ranger, said that  the only permission his department could  give is removal of Christmas trees from  B.C. Hydro power lines on crown land.  Equally serious is the transportation  of balsam fir trees or boughs from one  area to another in the province. This ban  was imposed in 1966 and is still in effect  throughout the year.  Purpose of the restriction is to check  the spread of the balsam woolly aphid,  a destructive insect which kills many  balsam trees each year and threatens extensive stands in the province, said Phillips.  Phillips stated that since the ban was  imposed, there has been no serious  spreading of the pest beyond the original- '  ly infested areas in the southeastern portion of Vancouver Island and in the mainland area extending from Howe Sound to ,  Harrison Lake, The ban includes the entire Sechelt peninsula, said Wilson.  The restriction applies 'to nurseries  and florists as well as individuals, and  anyone ignoring it runs the risk of having his stock confiscated and possible  court action, the spokesman said.  Finally Phillips repeated a recently  announced warning,regarding, the move-,  ment of all species of pine trees or boughs  ' from the Vancouver Forest District to  ��� other parts of the province,  Details of these revised provincial regulations are contained in the "European  Pine Shoot Moth Regulation (1972)" and  may be obtained from the B.C, Department of Agriculture or the protection  division of the B.C, Forest Service In  Victoria.  494m*m��nmmm*mmm*i��mim0i*imi4mi4t444ltiiam4mmm*mi*9**i  . jBtU* IS A    BEAUTIFUL PLACE  FOR members of the Welcome Beach  Community Association who left their  cosy firesides aiid faced the icy roads  last Saturday evening, the Welcome  Beach Hall was warmly welcoming, with  twinkling Christmas lights outside and  the hall bright and warm within. The  long tables were set and gaily decorated  with red candles and holly. A lighted  Christmas tree stood in one corner and  the walls were decorated with cedar  boughs. To make perfect the welcome,  from the kitchen wafted the delicious  smells  of  roast  turkey  and  apple  pie.  After president Alex Ellis had welcomed the guests and said the grace,  members showed their appreciation of  the dinner by devoting their attention  to. it. Later the prize winners were drawn  for the Halfmoon Bay Christmas raffle.  Winner of the first prize was F. W. Walter of Langdale and the second prize, a  hamper of groceries was won by T.  Knowles, 885-2115. Stuart Browning of  Vacouver, a grandson of Mr. and Mrs.  Jim Browning, was the winner of the  Christmas cake.  Mrs. Alice .Young presented an evening of entertainment starting with guitar and piano duets of Hawaiian music  played by Blanche McCrady and Ruby  Hatcher. Their repertoire included "Hale-  akala March", "She Sang Aloha to Me"'  "What Aloha Means', and "La Morena".  Mrs. Olive Clear, by special request, gave  two recitations, "An Old-Fashioned  Christmas" and "Scraps", adding a little  of her own composition to the former. A  special item, "Christmas, its Meaning and  Traditions" was presented, with Alex  Ellis, Alice Fraser, Fritz and Thea Leuchte, Janet Allen and Mary Tinkley as readers. The choir which sung the accompanying carols, was augmented by Frances  Cook, Marj. Morgan and Jean Laird, and  one of the carols sung was "The Christmas Story", written and composed by  Mr. Leuchte. Mrs. Leuchte played the  piano accompaniments. The evening  wound up with a good old-fashioned singsong with Mrs. Ruby Hatcher -doing her  usual superb job at the piano. .-_  the executive of the WBCA express  grateful thanks to Mrs. Leuchte who carried out the decorations, to the caterer,-*  Mrs. Mary Kingston and her kitchen  staff, who served a most excellent dinner under very difficult conditions, to  Bill Fraser, maintenance chairman, who  had spent many worrying hours working ~  on tfie water supply, and to Charlie Coat-  ham for loaning and installing the Christmas lights.  Severla members of the association  were on the sick list and unable to attend the dinner last Saturday. Jim  Browning is in St. Mary's Hospital where  he underwent surgery last week. His son,  Jim-Browning. Jr. from Vancouver was  in the area to visit him. Gordy Brooke is  recuperating at his home following surgery in St. Paul's Hospital and Mrs. Ruby  Warne hopes to be- returning home this  week after therapy in Holy Family Hospital. Also on the sick list is Deirdre  Murphy who, had, to. spend ^ night in  St, MaryWHospital after-dislocating her  wrist and elbow in a fall during PE at  Pender High School. There is an outbreak of mumps among the children of  the Bay with the result that it has been  necessary to postpone the school concert'  which had been planned for Dec. 18. The  children had' been busy rehearsing and  "making props for two plays, "The Elves  and the Shoemaker" and "Indian Christmas Carol" and it is hoped to produce  these some time In the New Year.  The death ls announced of John  Green, the father of Mrs. Bert James,  who died recently in Vancouver in his  88th, year, Mr. Green and his wife.planned some years ago to retire at Seacrest  and he wa3 working on the house now  owned by Roy Holgate near the Fred  Julian property; When he became ill, it  \ . ���by Mary Tinkley  was necessary -for him to remain in Vancouver. \  With the opening of the highway after  reconstruction, the Redrooffs Road has  settled down to its normal winter quiet.  However, one can always firjd something  to complain about and now it is water.  Several of the water systems inv the  area are now frozen up and housewives  are wondering how they will get their  washing, house-cleaning and' cooking  done when every pint of water has to  be packed in.  Anybody interested in a party at the  Welcome Beach Hall to celebrate New  Year's Eve, should telephone Keith Comyn at 885-2378. A party can be organized if enough people are interested.  Sechelt Lanes  x     HOPKINS  LANDING STORE  Groceries  " Meats  FREE DELIVERY  6pen 6 days a week  \   9 a.m. tox6 p.m.  4nmmmmm*9m9m,mmmmm  Pay B.C. Hydro and  Telephone Bills here  Phone 886-9524  ���by Eve Moscrip  MIXED   10  PINS  GORDY McCourt,'337 (191); Bob Janice,  316 (160); Henry Christensen, 294 (156);  Diana.Young, 288 (151); Lil McCourt, 256  (137).  Buckskins���Ross Joe, 653 (240); Doreen  Joe, 619 (248); Herb August 623 (254);  Linda Joe, 599 (228).  Tuesday ladies leagues: Vera Adams,  total pins, 654. Ladies Wednesday: Lil  McCourt, 606 (238).  Ball and Chain: Car Kohuch, 280, 713;  Bruce Redman, 645; Robert Kohuch, 622;  John Kelly, 694; Eileen Kohuch, 253;  Eve Worthington, 627.  Juniors: Curtis Fischer 175, 192 (367).  Senior: Ken Casey, 206 (469); Lori  Rodway, 189 (548); Andy Henderson, 208,  224, 249 (681).  .Sechett Legion Branch 140  BINGO  Legion Hall, Sechelt  EVERY WEDNESDAY  AT 8 p.m.  JACKPOT $125  TO GO  $10 DOOR PRIZE  SECHELT AGENCIES DATE PAD  i*Tn,IS_.tree reminder of coming events is a serviced SECHELT AGENCIES  Jo-2v-oi����� ^eninsul�� Times,direct -for free-listings, specifying VDate  Pod . Pleose note that soace is limited and .some advance dates may  have to wait their turn; also that this is a "reminder" listings only and  cannot always carry full details.  Daec. 13���12 noon, Pender Harbour Aux. to St. Mary's Hospital luncheon  Dec. 14���10:00 a.m., Trail Bay Shopping Mall, Lady Lions Christmas   Bake Sale .  . \. ......   '  Dec. 15���10 o.m. to 1:30 p.m., Wilson Creek Community Association  Coffee Party  Dec. 15���10:30 to 12:30, Roberts Creek Auxiliary Coffee Party  Dec. 16���8:00 p.m., Square Dancing, Wilson Creek Hall. Everybody  welcome  Dec. 16���8:00 p.m., Anavets Giant $ 1200 Bingo. Roberts Creek Community Hall  Dec. 17���1:00 p.m., Legion Children's Party, Sechelt Legion Hall. Previous enrollment necessary  Dec. 18���6:30 p.m.. Senior Citizens Party and Dinner, Legion Hall,  ���  Madeira Park. Open to all members. Gifts to be exchonged.  Dec. 21-22-23 ��� Sechelt and District merchants will remain open until  9:00 p.m. for Christmas, shoppers.  ASK FOR OUR FREE CATALOGUE OF REAL ESTATE  | Multiple  Lilting  Service  Vancouver Real Estate  Board  REAL ESTATE  INSURANCES  AGENCIES LTD.  Box 128, Sechelt, B.C.  from  the  Greater Vancouver  Area  ZEriith7202rw '""" "''-'" "'*:  Phone 885-2235  Or call  Toll   Free  m  WILD Bird Feed���Sunflower Feed, Re-  member tho Birds in thp Cold Wei*,  ther,  Sccholt Garden Centre Ltd'. 885.  Otll,  DONTMESSHUP  *   V Mania Boyd  TEETHING THOUBLEl  Teething is quite diflj.     t In different  babies, One chews things, &** ond drools  for 8 or 4 months,before each tooth comes  i through, and makes MXe miserable Jor the  whole family. In another ewe, �� mother  { discovers a tooth , one morning without  j ever having suspected that her baby was  teething.  One baby gets his first topth ���*" 8  , months, another not until one year - yet  ��� both babies are healthy and normal, In H  f baby who is reasonably healthy, the ago  I of teething is simply a matter of the pat'  ,' tern of development with which ho was  born. In on* family most of thtf children  ; teethe early, in another late, You cannot  I decide your baby Is extra bright because  ^ho.tcethcs,,early, or that ho is backward ���������-,  f because ho teethes late I  The  "average"  baby  gets  his  first  ��� drooling, biting and having periods of  ; fretfulnesa from the age of a or i months,  , Since a h��by gets all his 20 teeth in his  flrat,2ft years, it is very /easy to see why  he Is teething most of thatentire period,  This also explains why it la easy to blfcmo  every ailment on teething,  Many years ago It waa the custom to  blame  teeth  for colds,  diarrheas,  ��nd  .. fevers, Of courio. th��to diseases are cawed by germs and not by teething, JHow-  ,-7-7 ver; in lorne babies teething may lower  ���> resistance, making K easier for an infection to start at that time, If your baby  ���becomes sick while he ia teethlngror has  A fever, ho needs a doctor tp diagnose and  treat the disease Just aa much aa if ha  had gotten ��lck wh��n he wasn't teething.  Often lhe baby may be cranky and  wake up crying during the night, e<ped*  ���lly��d��ring*tl��*erro^l6n-*:f"thf-flrit--  molar teeth at about age 1% year*,- If he  cannot be pacified, there are yery^tld  sedative  preparations  available, at  the  drug store which will allpw both the .  baby and parent* to get a sound nights  jg}| mat growing process,  The man who wins most of his Argu*  ment* lose* moat of his frlemj*.  _ WORLD���FAMQUS; FAMILY OF  HUSQVAR  THE LIGHT TIMBER AND CLEARING SAW  Qulot ��� Well Balanced ��� Shock ��� Equipped  �����H^4����mH*j!#WtnP'*''W^��'W^(4 *f   l/^r^fiiUf^WBiiilH  rfa*M#*l*a'>W^'��'#4a*^'��W^  ���^ft^^%^l'**<rt^*W��W^ |  ^^W**^t��(s^,��*>^W����^  HUSQVARNA65  IB" Btr 9ml Chain  ��� ���������������������������������la>i|a��aiin,ia>itM��  $225.95  ^  A��   .,   ��� ,    ,.  i_teii.Kmifi ��(Hiwipi(|i wwiw^tt*  HUSQVARNA 280S tK�� CA  24" Bar and Chain *I_��DCI___JU  ^~,        mrm'9    wmm    imfimifW aaaaaaaaaaaaaa,,,Mi,,,aaaaaaaaaa*   pT'^^ m^ *W  SECHELT  \ -  eFN-TRF  Sail I ilia  SECHELT  885-9624  '   \  \\t \P 7"-  BaStqaW^aa^WI^^ \  \  V \  \  PLACING HER BALLOT in Gibsons as disappointing the polling turnout,  municipal election Saturday is Ellen which totalled just over 35 p;r cent    aviation rSlZ,?  Weinh^^eaviewRbad: Returning of electors association for approval.  officer, Mrs. Jean Mainil, described  Beer parlor feared . . .  ������ . .  Property owner protests  Anavets zoning request  H. L. Cowley, who has property on Met-    intended to build a garden shop on the  calfe  Road,   Roberts  Creek,   has  ob-    property using the land for nursery stock.  jected to the Anavets rezoning. apfrlica- "Opposite   my   proprety...   there   is  Inn" ��? ,Pft��tested t0 *e "��"mal b��?rJ a tir* shop servicing gravel trucks, heavy  and his letter was read at the mating equipment etc., nearby is a trailer park  last week. Anavets purchased property _.that has �� steady traffic flow, both com,  in the area with a view to construct a    mercial concerns"  headquarters unit   Officials of the Ana- Director Frank  West moved  with a  vets have indicated that it would be used second by Director J H Tyner that a  as  a  community  centre. copy of Murray's request be forwarded to  Cowley  said:   "...we  object   on   the    the Area E advisory  planning commis-  grounds  that x this is a beer parlor and    sion.                       ���  commercial enterprise. ���   ' ���    "We suggest this enterprise should be Tne average household consists of a  located  a ��� considerable    distance    from    husband who makes the money, and  a  Highway  101. To say the legion will be    wife and kids who make it necessary,  located on a side road off 101 is really    f���������^^^���..^���^���^Sm  stating they will be putting a driveway    I  in and traffic will come arid go on 101.    |  We  do  not  doubt  that  they  are  good  guys but when the beer parlor lets out  and  the patrons meet  the ferry  traffic  at   night   we   would   not   like   to   take  credit for the results."  Board chairman Harry Almond, Area  D director, said the matter is before the  planning   committee.  Members of the Roberts Creek"Community Association, concerned that a  marina is planned at the mouth of Roberts Creek, asked the board if the present lease on the site can be voided and  the land made available for the use of  the public.  The association letter, will be forwarded to the Area D advisory planning  commission. It was recommended that  the community association should also  be advised the board refer such matters  to the advisory planning commission and  rely on them for recommendations.  The association, in another letter, told  the board: "In our view, individual  parcels of land should not be rezoned  in violation of existing zoning regulations  and any proposed rezoning in this area  should be  submitted to  the community  nesdoy, December 13, 1972     The -Peninsulo Tjme*  \  Page 11  PETER PRESCESKY  School  Board  Thanks for your support  in a real close election.  I'm looking forward  tb working tor you  during the next  two years.  Board criticized for Selma Park situation  STATING   "the   situation   should   never I believe that R-l property should be al-  have been allowed," Area" C regional lowed only one  dwelling  unit per  lot:  board_Director  Bert Slade added;  ''^-%If a lot is large enough to permit it to  don't see how they can get away "'���with rtie^vided legally into two lots with pro-  it."                                                                 ��� per   road   access   and   required   parking  He was referring complaints in a .let- ��� area,   then   a  house  could   be   built   on  ter written by Margaret Pylot of Selma each lot.  Park, which was read at the board meet- "If a  lot  is  large  enough   to   permit  ing last week. it   to   be   divided  legally   into   two   lots  Mrs.  Pylot  said  that  due  to  50  foot with   proper   road   access   and   required  lots in Selrna Park, which are on steep parking area, then a house could be built  .banks for the most part, "You "regional on each lot.  district) allow two houses to be built "As long narrow 50 foot lots having  on a lot with a community water system, only 50 foot access to a road would not  providing it has an area of 15,000 square lend themselves to legal suBdlvKion, you  feet. On lpng, narrow sloping, lots there . could then control the problem of over-  is a definite problem of septic tank ef- crowding on narrow lots and allow those  fluent draining down on the lower with wider lots the privilege of dividing'*  houses. Selma Park is already cluttered, if they so wish." * ������ ��&p��  You are encouraging it to become a Directors J. H. Tyner and Ben Lang  slum. moved and seconded that the letter be  "Under the present bylaw there is referred to the planning sub-committee  virtally   no   prime   residential   property, for study and report.  W. Murray of Murray's Garden ahd  Pet Supplies, Gibsons, lequested his property on Russell Road be rezoned from  R-2 to C-l so that he can develop it  commercially. He told the board that he  (WMMMMIIMM  Stedmans Gift Suggestions  TOTEM CLUB  BINGO  FRIDAYS, 8:00 o.m.  INDIAN HALL  .i .  Jackpot $300  $75 TO GO  * DOOR PRIZE *  ICE BUCKETS  wood �� nn  Grains^.-....:..-^yy  DELUXE BAR SET  ��*Srea7......... 4,99  MUSICAL BAR  DECANTER  Several Characters play  ?z��l... 1649  REMINGTON LEKTRO  BLADE 24  Man's Razor. Extra head.  A great gift for that guy   TIMEX WATCHES  FOR THE WHOLE FAMILY  MOIRS  POT OF GOLD  1 lb ..    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Advortlalno  _r**i-***uM^(y��f^>i  It Wlll Be Better Than  Ever.  i n i i,  .,\i4?._lp. .bunS.St,a*a*rt  ^_M_r_t_i__r_r_M*^#jy##_f###^^  YOUR^QlJgl^^BljS^^PEAWR-  y.,'''.'    7, "',.    ,  i * }2"' '}��� ' ��� ���   J ,','7 ,>,,  L_sdmbb&it&   Urineiu osw*1'''1  TRAIL^BAY CENTRE, SECHELT       PHONE 885-2335  a ��� "     l| ', , ' '' ' ''  m&4^imm>m*mp* lH  \   >  \  .\.  ���   \  *?/i News Notes  S.ECHELT LANto Guides and Brownies  held their December meeting  at the  Selma Park Community JJall.  Combining\ business with pleasure a  Christmas dinner was served before the  meeting to honor the blue $nd brown  \leaders. The hall was warm and inviting  with red and gold decorations, centerpieces had - these colors repeated in the  candle holders with a white and gold-  trimmed candle, very artistically done.  The brownies made all the Christmas  tree decorations.  District commissioner, Mrs. Harriet  Newton, introduced the honored guests:  guide captatn,< Mrs. Jean McLennan;  brown owl, from Wilson Creek, Mrs.  Joan Newsham; her tawny owl, Mrs. Sue  Frizzel; Sechelt brown owl Mrs Paula  Gibbons; tawny owl, Mrs. Pat Nestman;  Pender Harbor's brown owl, Mrs. Bev  Duval, and fairy godmother, Mrs. Ruth  Kobus.  The conveners were thanked for the  good job they had done in providing an  excellent dinner. They were Mrs. Diane  Benner, Mrs. Diana Young and Mrs.  Donalda Sigouin. Helpers in the kitchen  were, Mrs. Evelyn Chappel, Mrs. Florence  Tait and Mrs. Lou Goodwin,  Past commissioner, Mrs. Dorothy  Stockwell, led the singing of the guide  grace.  Mrs. Harriet Newton opened the  meeting by introducing new member  Mrs. Shannon Stockwell, who also was  the winner of the prize draw.  There were twenty-two members and  leaders present. Owing to illness, none of  the local godmothers were on hand, to  give their reports. Brown owl, Mrs. Joan  ���by Peggy Connor  Newsham of Wilson Creek, reported all  was well with their pack}.  Mrs.- Paula Gibbons, brown owl for  Sechelt; gave a report on the wind  chimes the girls are making out of shells  and driftwood, as well as work'ng hard  for their badges. Mrs. Gibbops announced  thei^ pack had received a $'15 donation  from the Sechelt Legion auxiliary. Their  Christmas party will be Dec. 18. Brownies  have a choice of either learning sema-  phone signal or deaf and dumb sign language. Their choice has been the latter  and they are all becoming very proficient  at this as are t_jeir leaders. *  Mrs. Jean McLennan, guide leader, reported receiving "$15 from the Sechelt  Legion auxiliary, which is particularly  welcome at this time as the pack is just  getting started. The guides are going to  be^ready for their tenderfoot test soon,  she said, despite the difficulty they are  experiencing in that the hall is too small  for the size of the pack, which has 39  girls. _   ,  The next meetir- will be held at Mrs.  Diana Young's in Sechelt. Members approved holding it on the second Wednesday instead of the usual first. This will  be. Jan,. 10.  There are still some tickets left for the  second day of the dinner to be helS at  the Legion hall in Sechelt fpr the senior  citizens.  Dinner is noon, Dec. 22. *]^g7|#ies  who are doing the catering woulalrae  to have reservations early. Phone 885-  2208.  Sechelt Rod and Gun Club members  wish to thank the following donors of  their   annual   game   banquet:   C.   &   S.  Safes,    Parker's Hardware,  Uncle Mick's  Store and  Wigard's Shoe Store.  These stores were responsible for the  raffle prizes. Thanks is due alsoVto the  Legion ladies who did an excellent' job  of serving the dinner quickly and pleasantly.  Mr. and Mrs. Paul Stroshein of Wilson Creek celebrated their 40th'wedding  anniversary Dec. 2. A party to celebrate  the occasion was held at their home with  family and friends. From out-of-town  were, Mrs. Stroshein's brother,, Henry  and Gertie Dutz,- Quesnel, niece 'Joanne  Nygren, Burnaby, Mr. and Mrs. Nate  Granboy, Surrey and Rene Oponcenski,  Burnaby.  The Strosheins were married in  Springside, Sask. but have lived most  of the time on the coast They have four  children Cecil, Hank, Sundi and Bonnie, all married except Cecil. They, .have  six grandchildren. Paul gave his wife a  beautiful diamond ring, among other presents received was a color TV from Cecil  Mrs. Alice French has one smart kitten. It runs to the phone when it hears  it ring, thus attracting Mrs. Frenches attention. She has a hearing problem so  this is of particular he)p to. her. The  cat then runs to the fridge door for he���r  shrimp reward. v  Mrs. Lola Turner is still on the move.  Since returning from Hawaii she has  been over to Port Alberni to visit her  daughter then to Vancouver for a family  visit, home to Sechelt and her latest move  took her back to Vancouver to attend the  funeral of a cousin.  Mr. and Mrs. Jose Martinez have returned to the Casa Martinez at Wilson  Creek from their trip to southern Europe,  mainly Spain, France and Italy. They  met. up with the John Toynbees in Spain.  Both couples visited -Monaco to attend  the special holiday held by the royalty.  Society sets  double bill  A ��)OUBLE feature  is planned for the  final Kwahtahmoss Film Society presentation <jOf   the   year,   tomorrow   at   8  p.m. at the Twilight Theatre.  The Quare Fellow will be followed  by Cocteau's The Terrible Parents. Both  axe films of stage plays.  Brendan Behan, who directs the film,  wrote the The Quare Fellow in 1956.  It was first presented by Theatre Workshop in the same year at the Theatre  Royal, Stratford, under the direction of  Joan Littlewood. The pay presents the  events in a prison during the 24 hours  DEegeding an execution. When he wrote  /^theiUay,. Behan has passed eight of his  33 -y��ars in British prisons for political  offences. He knew the horror and farce  of prison life and met many condemned  men. He called his play a comedy-drama.  Of it, Kenneth Tynan wrote in The Observer, "... with superb dramatic tt/jt,  the "tragedy is concealed beneath layer  after layer of rough comedy!"  The Terrible Parents is a tragi-comedy  of tangled family relationships. For the  film, Cocteau was able to use three members of the original cast as well as Yvonne de Bray for whom the central role  of the mother had been written but  who had been prevented by illness from  appearing in it on stage.  Cocteau draws outstanding performances from his cast* coordinating them  into a credible if totally artificial family.  Cocteau himself admirable defined his  objectives in this visual chamber drama:  "I had set out to do three things: firstly,  record   the   acting   of   an   incomparable  Page 12 The Peninsula Times  Wednesday, December 13, 197%  cast; secondly, walk among them and  look them straight in the face, instead of  contemplating them at a distance on the  stage; thirdly, peep through the keyhole  and catch my wild beasts unaware with  roy tele-lens."  i ''The next presentation of the Kwah-  , tahmoss Film Society will be on Wednesday, Jan. 10, 8 p.m. at, the Twilight Theatre when Golding's Lord of ihe Files/  will be screened.  Classified AdBriefs reach more than  2,500 homes every week.  Use   them   for   steady,   low-cost  advertising to talk to 10,000 people!  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B.C  TWIN CREEK BUILDING SUPPLIES  DIAL  Gibsons 886-2291 - Sechelt 885-2288  WHEN YOU NEED BUILDING SUPPLIES  GIVE US A CALL  FREE ESTIAAATES  CABINET MAKERS  CONTRACTORS (Cont.)  101 CONTRACTING CO. LTD.  General Building Contractors  ��� all work guaranteed ���  Phone 885-2622  Box 73, Sechelt, B.C.  PEN ENTERPRISES  Suppliers and opplicators of  Cascare Pre-Cast Stone and Brick  Phone for free estimate  Bob or Dick 884-5315  ,,     ROYAL BANK OF CANADA  Sec&lt Branch ~ Phone 885-2201  Gibsons Branch ��� Phone 886-2201  Pender Branch ��� Phone 883-2711  Box 153, Madeira Park  HOURS:  , Sechelt: Tues.-Thurs. 10 a.m. - 3 p.m.  �� Fr,i.l0,a.m.-6 p.m. Sat. JO a,m,-3 p,m.(l  Gibsons & Pender: Mon.-Thurs, 10  a.m. - 3 p.m.; Fri.,: 10 .a.m, - 6, p.m.  BLASTING "  CONTROLLED BLASTING  ALL7WORK INSURED    ,  FREfc'ESflMAIfcy  FRED PONLEY  PeodefxHflibour^; 883-2403  ���f���_,������"���"*������������"���'"�� ��� in mm,mmt^*m^m4t0mi^+^4m^^*^mi^^��m^^^*^m^mt^m^m  TED'S BLASTING  ,, ALL WORK JFULLY INSURED  Basement*��Prly^Weys ��� Septk Tenti*    ���  Stumps . Pitch Lines   C<il|, Fpf..^. fre* E��f Inrtata  TED PONLEY Pender Harbour 883.2734    Ii" i ; 1  i" ' ���  WATER SURVEY SERVICtS  For Exf>ert Blastlno  FREEESTIMATES4  Phone 885-2304 L. C. Emerson  If No'7AaWV��er Leave NWMQflt at  885.9326  R.R. 1, Sechelt, P.C,  OCEANSIDE FURNITURE &  CABINET SHOP  HARDWOOD SPECIALISTS  FINE CUSTOM FURNITURE  KITCHEN AND BATHROOM CABINETS  Our Cabinet Units Are All Prefinished Before  Installation  R. BIRKIN ��� Beoch Ave., Roberts Creek. B.C.  '������'"'���'' ';''Ph��Mii64s��i'."'l,-"-,ha.,,.v'v,"'.,7';  CONTRACTORS  COAST BACKHOE & TRUCKING  , LTD.  Fill, Cement-Gtiavel> praln Rock/etc;  b��x 89* Madeira Perk   Phone 883-2274  "- , , ���� _ m.  COAST DRYWALL ,\  Drywall and Textured ceilings  Free Estimate  Phone 886-7643  '       II . ��� '7   'llll..'llll    1   I ,I..IIM       ' ' .11.. , I  L ft H SWANSON LTD.  READY-MIX CONCRETE  1.      ' Sand ond Gravol. BocWiom7I777C  Ditching - Excavations  PORPOISI BAY ROAD  (new Hall Sheet Metal Building)  885-9666, Box 172, Secholt, D.C.  PHONE 885.9530  rtON'S' CONTRACTING  Clearlna " freavatlone. Rood Bulldlna   ,  ���Oradlrni^FJIUJS^jSlHf^  DISPOSAL SERVICES  SUNSHINE COAST DISPOSAL  SERVICES LTD. _  PORT MELLON to OLE'S COVE  Tel: SS4-293I er S89-f 971  Call Ue For Your Disposal Needs.  When Renovotir��(j Or Spring Cleonlno.  Containers Available.  ELECTRICIANS  a*��"J��*P����* tv&&WH!fr>V<  BUILDERS  *mmM*i**4t*m��  CONCRETE FORM RENTALS  FOR ALL TYPES OF BASEMENTS  EASY EJECTION AND STRIPPING  .  Complote Instruction* Provided  FISHER FORM RENTALS  886-9951  .RESIDENTIAL OR COMMERCIAL  CONSTRUCTION  "Love la a Homo by Skannorl"  ""���"�� I~~m.~~n9m.~.*~~m~. ���wV,_��M.,__^n,  Phones Sechelt 885*9550  R ft S BACKHOE  RR No, rl, Madeira Park,, B.C.  W. Rousseau��� Phone 883-2302  "Wa Qlm to phase"  BLAlK ELECTRICAL  Contracting arid Engineering  Residential - Commercial W'fl^  FREE, ESTIMATES'  Phone 886-7816  "���-"���'"���V 'rbrW."'LAMOttt '   "   '  ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR  R.R.No. 1, Madeira Park  Phone 883-2749  ,��,�����,,��,;��*.������.��.��-.'.. ptnd��r - Harbour��.������������-!���.��,.-������  McCANN ELECTRIC  WIRING OF ALL TYPES  Residential - Industrial - Commercial  All work guaranteed.- Free estimates  Jee, McCann, pen 137, Madeira Perk  ,    Phone 883-9913  p.' ''    .'���" " ������ ������    ' ���" ���-"  ������''    i  "       ���      ',' ' '*   ''    '  ���    '       '       ���  Residential - Commercial - Industrial  SIM ELECTRIC LTD.  "7Gov^Cirtif^  Phone Doy or Eye; 885-2062  SUNCOAST CONTRACTING  r����� General Contractor -r.  .Residential Wiring and Plumbing  803-2426, Box 55, Madeira Park  ruEL  ~  HAIRDRESSERS  (Cont.)  SECHELT BEAUTY SALON  Dianne Allen, Proprietor  Expert Hair Styling  Cowrie St., Phone  Sechelt, B.C. 885-2818  HEATING & SHEET METAL  HALL SHEET METAL & HEATING  Domestic - Commercial - Industrial  Telephone 885-9606  Box 164, Sechelt, B.C.  OIL FIRED WARM AIR HEATING  OIL FIRED WATER HEATERS  Nothing Down ���10 Yean To Poy  Ught Plumblr_g  Roy Blanche ��� 883-2401  IRONWORKS  PENINSULA ORNAMENTAL  IRON WORKS  WROUGHT IRON RAILINGS  AND MISCELLANEOUS ORNAMENTAL     .  IRONWORK  Phene SS4-7019 . II6-70S* -186-7220  FREE ESTIMATES  JANITOR SERVICE  NURSERY  MACK'S NURSERY - Roberts Creek  Landscaping ��� Shrubs ��� Fruit Trees -Fertilizer  Berry Plants - Bedding Plants - Peat Mr*e  Fully Licensed Pesticide Sproyine.for  .Landscaping and Trees  Sunshine Coast Hwy. - Ph. 886-2684  OPTOMETRIST  Welcome to THe FloorehiheCodsti  t   HOWE SOUND  JANITOR SERVICE     7  Specialists fn Cleaning - Floor Waxing  Spray Buffing - Window Cleaning  RUG SHAMPOOING  JOHNSON'S  BUILDING MAINTINANCI  Specializing In:  Peeper Harming, Interior & Exterior decorating,  Rug Cleaning. All types of Bulldlna      '  Maintenance, Floor Installation,  Window Cleaning,  PHONI IIS.971S AFTIR 4 1��.M,   7  "'"���: t*n M2 . SecMt, I.C/'"  FRANK E.  DECKER, OPTOMETRIST  Bal Block - Gibsons  Every Wednesday  886-2248  PAINTING & DECORATING  CALVIN'S PAINTING &  DECORATING  P.O. Box 94, Sechelt, B.C.  Phone 885-2107  PLUMBING AND HEATING  PLUMBING, HEATING & HOT  WATER HEATING  All Makes - All Work Guaranteed  COASTLINE SERVICES  Phone 88S-2021  Box 798 Sechelt,:B.C;i  SEASIDE PLUMBING  '   Gibsons  Plumbing - Pipefittlng - $teamflttlr>g  Hot Water Heating - Pipe Lagging      FREE ESTIMATES '  Phone 886-7017 oi 886-2848  LAURIE'S' P^UM^Ing"^^  MACHINE SHOP  e:  RNIE WIDMAN  for oil your  ,SSO PRODUCTS  IMPERIAL ESSO DEALER  ***M#��MMBWm<*H(^^  Box.868^Secholt���-_885.2692j  Use these spaces to  roach nearly 10,000 people  every w<w*k!  "CQn3"'C|5Qrlhfl"��"*Road ''Building"  Tree Topping -Selective Logolno  PETE DUBOIS  Telephone 883-2417  R.R. 1, Madeira Park, B.C,  P.V. SoryicM Ltd,  LOG-HAULING CONTRACTOR  , Direct all enquiries to)  Dispatcher ��t M3.?030# eyes, II4-7J73  Odlce Hours0|30o,m, toM.Qp,m,  MORRIE'A.CONCRETI^   Placing��and ������ Finishing  Floors ^Patios - ^qlo  Walks -Driveways  ^f'W^Wiwii��-��(t(��*'p mv-<����   ����i  Phone 883-2663  Moae|ra Polity B,C,  FURNACES  PARKINSON'S HEATING LTD.  aissoNJ  ESSO OIL FURNACES  Nodowjipayrnent a��'Donk Interest  ren years fo pay  for free iHH[|meta��)��7rf��M Sif^ftt^V^TTT'  Complete line'of oppllonces  a . ........ '   ' S  HAIRDRESSERS  Frt* Ratlmol*?  fh��n��889-V413  ANN'S COIFFURB  In the Pol Block  , No^tto lho Cpj^op Store ,  Gffrfow 096-M22  At tfce aSIgn ef the Chevren  HILL'S MACHINE SHOP  8. MARINE SERYICE LTD.  ��� Machine Shop -^ Arc and Acty Weldlno  Steal Fabricating ������ Marine Way��  Adtomntlvr nnd Marlnr Reixilri    Standard Marino Station   Phen* ������6.7731       ties, ���SA.999A, BSAs9>2<  ���r*-*SECHEl,T-MACHINE-SHOP  (At Standard, Motors)  Machinery a\ Equipment Ro  First Class Workmanship    "  Bob' Forrbstdr  Phono 005^9464  -ll    h   '       ' a     I I . I m    ;     ,  y|ViArlliwB''ay*^s-M !��� H^lS Si ������i��.��.����w��(K,��mtoiM������OTi����^,  CLAYTON WELDING I, MARINE  Marine Way�����tP W   Bottom Repairs  883-2535  Box 7 - Garden Bay, B.C,  MOVING and STORAGE  LEV* WRAY'S TRANSFER  "Household" Mpvlno, Pflcklnp, |5torpoe '  .Packing Material* For Sale  IfambtiT of AHI��d Wan Llnee,  j_1T  .   Conodq'e aNo.n 1 Movert  Pho^eJ86:266^jRRJ^bsons<B.C1  Yf!)UR AD IN THIS DIRECTORY  REACHES 4500 HOMES    '  i '  ,     , "X. ' ,  Govt, Certified Plumbor  -���   24 Hour Service  Phone 085-9014  P.O. BOX 825 ��� SECHEU, BJC,  PENINSULA PLUMBING LTD.  4    Sales and Service -���886-9533  Everything for tho Do-It-Yourselfer  Contract & Renovations  7   ,,PREE ESTIMATES ,  Len <Ceatei 886-7603  Ray Coatee 806-9933 . 084-7872 .  RENTALS "~  ���, B���. , ,   . A, C. Rental!  ,"l'"'''''"',Twls'any'*^lpmfeht;"r''"^ ""'"  ' Sun��hlno Coost Hluhway and '  .FrQncli^mlnJula.Roac),.  Madeira ParT'  f  Phone 883-2585  "RENT IT AT",  THE RENTAL SHOP  at Dayle Pay  "W�� Rent or Sell Almort EY��ryihlna#'  , Typewrltore - Lighting Plant* - TolovlDlone  .Roto Tlllere - Cement Mlxeni - Lawn Rakei  ,..,�����,., ,.,������.. <���-��'^^gfiiq'i Tooii,-....���*�����... ........  PHONE 085-2848 r- 24 HOUR SERVICE,  AFTER HOURS 885-2151  RETAIL STORES  f�� a-��-^H"i���-��� | ����� ��������<���  m���*m^9mm*   C fi 5 HARDWARE  JICHILT, B.C.  '     APPLIANCES - HARDWARE  HOME-FURNISHINGS^  (   , Phone 885-9713,   i , ! yim. _���-  Pender Harbour - 883-2513   HARBOUR SUPPLIES  ROOFING AND FLOORING       '  ���   ���        ��� ' ���   ���      ������ ���'���  CALL STAN HJLstAD "  about your  ROOFING AND FLOORING NEEDS  Phone 886-2923  Gower Point Road  SEWING MACHINES ^  BERNINA  Sales and Service To All .Makes  "ENTALS  Fabric House, Gibsons - Ph. 886-7525  SURVEYORS  ~ ROBERT W. ALLEN *  B.C. LAND SURVEYOR  '   Sechelt Lumber Building  Wharf St./ Box 607.  Sechelt, B.C.  Office 885-2625       Home 885-9581  Roy & Wagenaar  B.C. LAND SURVEYORS  Marine Building - porpoise Bay  P.O. Box 609 - Sechelt, B.C.  885-2332 or collect 681-9142  avROY & WAGENAAR  B.C- -Land Surveyors  Marine Building - Porpoise Bay  Sechelt, B.C.  685-2332 or ZEnith 6430     TIRES  COASTAL TIRES  ���**<-���*"���*�� Suiwbiiie Cee��t ������ Hifhwey .��-.*������ A,,  Oek 13, Gibiene, B.C. - Phene BB*-2700  ,,.....w.,,B,:,.aiL,B .<^i^SERVICE .,.���,.���.   All Brandi Available  Monday to Saturday 8:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m  Friday evenlno by appointment only,  TOWIN6  "���||||||7 " ���������������"���^������"���T"1"  "" ',' '���"���'������������ ������������ ;���'���";  ,.', Scows'."^->,, Lot.*'...   .  SECHELT TOWING A SALVAGE  LTD.  Heavy Equipment fv\ovlri(B *i 1^1) Towing  ,       L HIGGS  Phone 885-9425  TREE TOPPING   - "  ?UN^ 1MB TRW SERYICES LTP.  Fully Insured  DANGER TREES TOPPED  ���SEtECTI VE-CfcEARI NG'  Greater Vancouver  ,7 2n-07��P  ,1  Sechelt Penlmule  88S-W11  T.V. and RADIO  PARKERS HARDWARE LTD.  Solei and Sorvlco  . Authorized Dealer and Repair Depot for  I PHILCO  f<#pHHW(S Wff-ffi^jH^,  .EIectrlcaU,��^P|umblno���"^Appllonco��,  TVs - Furniture and Carpets ,  P.O.,Boh 158 Madeira Park, Hwy 101  at Froncli Pinlnwlo  QUASAR (Motofolo)  Cowrie Street, Sechelt' ������ Nieiie  88S-2171  SUNSHINE COAST T.V; SALES  8, SERVICE LTD.  ADMIRAL   ~-   ELECTROHOMB  and   ZENITH    DEALERS  Gordon Oliver   -   Ed Nicholson  iaJ:h^HQ.qri,QL.PpvY1ntown^Sechqjt-  Bo�� 799, Socholt ,. . 885-9816  CLOSED ON MONDAYS '  UPHOLSTERY  DELAIR CUSTOM UPHOLSTERY  ���~AND��DRAPERIES  i  Reupholiterlna �� ftntylino ��� Complete Pr��rrr>  Service ��� Sample* ��hown In die bom-  Phono 886-2050  ," ',��� \  |The Peninsula Times Page 13  Wednesday, December J3, 1972  [Dental Topics  EXTREME   tension   can   influence   gum  disease which takes & heavy toll of  I teeth.  Tension is not the direct cause of the  disease, but it upsets the various body  systems, leaving them vulnerable to infection. Studies have-shown that 50 per  cent of males suffering gum disease had  syrtaptoms  of some    psychological    disturbance. In w(omen, the figure is higher  ���Also, more persons living the dense  urban life suffer from gum disease more  thin their country cousins. Students under pressure at exam time oftten contract  Vipcent's disease, an infectious condition  in^he mouth. Anxiety is blamed by doctors.  '. Frequent use of tranquilizers may dry  ouj mouth tissues. This makes the teeth  more vulnerable to decay and the tissues  more susceptible to disease. Pent-up feelings can also encourage canker sores and  the< unconscious gnashing of teeth.  .Tell your dentist if you are constantly  on', edge or have any specific problem  that could be treated psychologically. He  won't cure you of your hangups, but  could show you what you are doing to  the inside of your mouth through them.  Pefhaps then you'll take your mental  problems for proper treatment.  -Don't be embarrassed at telling your  dentist. You are not alone in having  mental problems. You may be able to  stop your dental ones, if they're caused  by; an extreme nervous condition which  can be treated by a psychoanalyst.  ���Canadian Dental Association  '��������WCWC<C������'tt<��*<C��t6tt��K^  ^rlowerd bu \\JVi  owerd bu  ire  In Time for Christmas  ^~~7~_���~~ T"~  THE SEASONS  FLORAL ARRANGEMENTS  \  -^rnn-oLi  f  nn  PROPERTY  FOR LEASE  Lot 1 ot Parcel A, District  Lot 914,   Group  1,  New  Westminster District,  Plan 9505, Gibsons, B.C.  i  Seeled tenders for leasing of  above noted property for agricultural purposes will be accepted  in the B.C. Hydro Land Department, 17th Floor, 970 Burrard  Street/ Vancouver 1, B.C., until  4:30 p.m. January 15, 1973.  Tenders to be clearly marked  "Tender for lease of property."  Lease to be arranged for one  year with a 30 day termination  clause, subject to B.C. Hydro  Right of Way Easement.  The highest or any tender not  necessarily accepted.  For further information  please contact Vol Bassett at  683-8711 Local 2453.  .9  SUNSHINE.   REFLECTING on   the  calm Strait of Georgia as seen from  Roberts Creek belies the fact that  a storm can change the scene into a  raging tempest. However, here, a  tug tows a log boom and all seems  well with the world.   ���Dick Proctor photo  Pender Harbor  seeksclinic  AT THE Pender Harbor Ratepayers'  meeting held Dec. 10 in Madeira Park  Community Hall, J. H. Tyner, director,  Area A, stated the association was still  negotiating for a proper medical clinic.  He said the government will pay 60  per cent of the land and building costs  and 50 per cent of the equipment. Tyner  stated the cost to the taxpayers would  be 2% mills over a two-year period or  $50,000.  A committee appointed by a director  of the ratepayers' association visited Victoria recently to discuss the clinic. On  the committee were Dr. Drabit, Tyner,  Bill Scoulai and Helen Duncan.  A statement from the floor made by  Mr. Little reminded the committee, "We  had the subsidized doctor we were promised and from now on should await  further action."  Dr. Malcolm Brand started as a permanent doctor for Pender Harbor Sept.  19 and is now residing in the area. A  member of the executive said he had  never met Dr. Brand but Tyner said,  "We never asked for a subsidized doctor,  we are after a clinic."  When asked what type of clinic they  were after,, Tyner said H_at -it is up to  the health department to decide but he  would want the equipment of a nursing  station, explaining "A portable x-ray  machine, ortygen, two beds and a nurse."  He <had no idea of, the size of, the building they were after.  "With even one bed occupied the cli-  ; nic, would have to be staffed by a nurse-  24 hours a day," said one observer.  Replacing Bill White on the executive  of tlie ratepayers is, John Jones, previous  acting secretary, elected by acclamation.  White resigned as president earlier this  year before completing his three-year  term of office. Acting president for the  meeting was Bill Scoular; executive dlr-  "ectors'of the*ratepayers arerJlmTlately,"  Frank White, Jack. Patterson, C. B, Griffith, Mr^Cllndon and John Jones,  Safe Motoring   Man charged in  balsam transport  make things  7 7.ea.sHSE.77..'.   .  a Pioneer  ITS no accident that the Canada Safety  Council's   Safe   Driving   Week   campaign is held in December.  This is wintertime in Canada, a time  when a well-running, car is essential if  drivers are to get through severe ice and  snow conditions safely. Safe driving begins with a safe car. All the safety features in the world, however, can't turn  your car into a safe and trouble-free vehicle if it is not well-looked-after. This  is especially true in Canada's winters.  Many Canadians seem to take pride in  their'winter driving skill but many more  have to be reminded every time cold-  weather strikes of a few simple precautions to help them have an accident-free  and   worry-free   winter.  Just putting a scraper and snow brush  in your car does not prepare you for  winter driving! Have your car properly  serviced and equipped for the conditions  you except in your part of the country.  Here's a check list of things you or your  serviceman should do to make your vehicle safe for the winter season.  1. Have your car's cooling system  checked. This includes checking hose  lines and connections for leaks; removing,  inspecting, and if necessary replacing, the  thermostat; draining the entire cooling  system, flushing radiator and refilling  system with the proper strength antifreeze to meet the temperatures in your  area. (Some cars, of course, will have extended life anti-freeze and won't need  this step quite as often); checking torque  on cylinder head bolts; checking belts  for proper tension and general condition;  and making sure that heater and defroster are working properly.  2. It's a good idea to have crankcase,  transmission and rear end" lubricants  checked and 'replaced or "topped-up", before winter takes hold, The positive  crankcase ventilation and exhaust emis-  ..... sion, control, systems should .be inspected  arid special attention should be given to  the water pump, air cleaner and oil  filter. , ( _ _( ��i    ..,���..���:.,  3. Battery,' alternator and voltage  regulator are among the more Important  items to check. Battery failure is a common problem in winter because cold air  wei^ens  o battery, To avoid  the  em-  - barrassment "of "a"* "dead" batteryrmake'"  Bure that the, cables and terminals are  clean; tighten the connections; check the  battery water lever and charging rate.  4. Your brakes aro very important;  have them checked and adj\.sted, Muffler  And tailpipe should be checked for leaks;  your suspension and steering parts should  also be looked at, Check your tires for  signs qt wear. Your tires are your only  contact1 with the road; they must bo in  good condition (for safe winter driving  <anow tires should be installed before the'  ^fliow^fllw).*,.    *','   '    777.  Make sure your headlights, tallllghts  and signal Uphts aro In good working  order; put ahU-frceze In tho windshield  wa'ber And make sure H works; check  wi^f blades for proper tension and tor  wear, replace them It necessary,  _..��h ?e'\ ��"< you've dona,qU .these,,  thlnga, datft forget that scraper and snow  brush, It would bo a good Idea to carry  a .shovel, soino rdcksalt, sand or ashes  -rcouplfl-ofiplccer&r^  slbly battery booster cables, ^Vnd, ot  courso, a flashlight. Now you are ready  for f\nto winder driving,  Brian Hasl$U m partnet  in $echelt Home Centre  BRIAN Haalett la a partner .arid" is In  ���a. charge of construction of the nowdtO"  of Bopholt Building Supplies., The now,  , centre, to be known na Sechelt Home  Centre, la on tho corner o. Highway 101  nnd Wharf Road, jwU to the now -Legion  building,    7,, ; ',, n  -the centre will' (feature building sup.  piles ��nd specialty Ucma tor tho home,  DONALD Shinn, Shelma Park, charged  Friday with, illegally transporting  balsam fir tree species was remanded to  Dec. 20 to set a date for a trial. Shinn  pleaded not guilty.  - Judge Charles Mittelsteadt advised  Sljinn to obtain legal advice in the matter.  It is illegal in British Columbia to  transport balsam fir due to the infestation of the balsam woolly aphid, a destructive pest. There is a maximum fine  of $100 or six months in jail or both, if  convicted.  Albert Peter Johnstone, Sechelt, was  remanded to Dec. 15 to set a date for  trial. He is charged with theft over $200  and obtaining funds by fraud. Johnstone  pleaded not guilty.  Jack Wilson, charged with impaired  driving, was remanded to Jan. 3 to set  a trial date. Wilson pleaded not guilty.  Charles Ian Falconbridge of Garden  Bay, pleaded guilty Wednesday to being a minor in. a licensed premises. He  was fined $25.  Robert Nelson, 17, Halfmoon Bay  pleaded guilty Wednesday to being a;  minor in possession of liquor. He received, a suspended sentence.  FLOWERS and GIFTS  Sechelt ^ 885-9455'  Mt_ftMM_***_ft����ai3��i��_^^^  l^ieade Jake   f/ote  OF OUR  3 Phone Numbers  SECHELT:  885-9654  or 885-2635  GIBSONS: 886-2121  THE  times  "THE GOURMET 8" Cook Book���Campf led Right Here on the Peninsula,  Miss Bee's, Sechelt.  Lay Away for Xmas  JUST ARRIVED  MEXICAN PURSES AND  SUEDE BAGS  it Silver and Gold  Slippers  j{ Lined   Leather  and   Rubber  Boots  WIGARD  STORE  Sechelt  885-9345  MWrtlSrtVrtflifWfftMiaJaHiWW  NOTICE  THE TRAIL BAY MALL  I.  MONDAY, DECEMBER 18  i |Uwjti'f(, -ii ri. j. l-*vSaiteiaftilaHfft*;'*'. �� S (ft-t 'thfii'.  Give him a Pioriopr IP73 and you'llW*%n ���ol  And automat a ��m> M,m"ah mwV A ^  , Put a Pionoor 1073 undor lh��            Q , A )  two and, watoli him Ight UPI            v   ^ ~  "     ��� "      ���''-- * ��� at.  iioh uim nuiuii ��>��>������ im i  -Specially aprlood lor-Xma�� a  Mk&i*>**t&*��*<im��frit*f*'  P10NICR  'CiHAlN fyfy(y&,w*itow'i*im^��&'*��>miBi<��*9*4*'  making things easier  MADEIRA MARINA  MADEIRA PARK, BA.     HAROLD'CLAY    Tclephono SIMM*  i  ,,  '',.!,  harvey funeral  home ltd, ;���',    ;.;  ,A Corppltfa Qio'pol or .'Church Furnral .',  Service at Modewtii Com ,  MIMORIAUSIRVICU ^213,00  ��t*JNCLMPW C R1MATI0H MM, Oft.  BURIAL IN LOCAL CIMITARY  ��^���; AN�� TRAmrWTATIOH  Ha MamNnHIp r���� Requlrtit  '..... J2,.,. PMONI 886-833��   ..'...., ,.,���  j, Rgy t$rftlm Own��r ��� M��no|��r  I     I        \<  The following merchants are throwing a gigantic party on MONDAY,  DECEMBER 18 In an effort to make your Christmas shopping a pleasurable evening occasion.  The party will start at 6:00 p.m. and carry over  until MIDNIQHT.  ,,,'',...������'��� '   ,       ��� ��� ���  The evening will be started oft by staff members of the following stores  changing over to pyjamas at 6:00 p.m. At this time special "Pyjamas  Party Discount Prices"7. will, go, Into effect.  Special discounts, which wlll be more, than , a Just reward, for those  shoppers wearing pyjamas while they are shopping In the "Pyjamas Party  Stow*" *  ������ ,  *   ' ������' ,'������ . ��� ' ���  Join the fun from 6 to midnight at the Mall���sea your local Pyfama Clad  Merchants.  Come on girls-���last year we had more men shoppers than females. See  the girls In pyfamasl Make* shopping tun~���have a ball while your doing  ���it^six^hours���wlth^tho���tun~lovlng^cr6wd���atmthe^Mall7^^  Chock for hourly shopping specials���COST or LESS PRICES put up every  hour on certain Items. That's right folks, articles put on tho block at  prlcos lower than they cost us. (  Nothing to do on Monday? Come on In and foln the party, Tho Pyfama  Party at the Mall*  mww^wsmwmwi*^ Hi* wwr��'��fj-WB��i$(a<'^^ ** ��*'��a#f^'*^lwii*ia��wa��*w*M�� *w  W**a*���!*Mtt��W*��!W[WP^^  There   Will   Be   a   Crisp   $50.00   Prize    Awarded   To  One   Of  The   Pyjama   Glad   Shoppers  h' ,.>  mfmmm^m  *4mm>m4m4M4M**mm<m��Mp  PARTICIPATING MERCHANTS  WESTERN  *** m<9"nm\mm*'l����m^i^9ir��wmi4i��tt<i^��w!t4i  STEDMANS - Campbell's Variety Stores  GODDARD^ FASHION CENTRE LTD.  CONTINENTAL COIFFURES  ^���mm^^'&m-fo'V&'ii*- iMaa^w^t^wwa^^^jMWrf^^ \  w  ����� (a ���  il' 111  \.  \ '<  A \  A  ^N  \  \  N  \  At Williamsons handing  Booming ground operation  annoys area residents  "AREA  F advisory   planning  commission  \villvstudy a complaint by Mrfe. David  , P. Gray of Hopkins Landing who protests the renewal of licence for log-salvaging, booming and sorting grounds operated by Donald Head- at Williamsons  Landing.  Mrs. Gray protested in a letter to the  Sunshine ��oast Regional District board of  directors and Bruce Townsend protested  with a tel&gram. Sercetary Charles Gooding told the board that there were eight  to 10 letters received on the matter.  Director Ben Lang asked if the residences were there before the booming  operation. Director Lorne Wolverton, who  represents the area, said that he believed  the  area  is  zoned  residential.  In her letter, Mrs. Gray said: "We,  the homeowners of Williamsons Landing,  have been corresponding with the authorities at Victoria, the Sunshine Coast  Regional Board and the lands inspector^  in Vancouver to have Mr. Head's licence  revoked- iwhen it comes up for renewal.  "As you know, our beach at Williamsons Landing is the only one between  Hopkins Landing-and Port Mellon that is  accessible by road. Now, after five years  of his operation it is impossible at times  to launch even a row boat for all the  debris and pollution that has accumulated on the beach owning to the fact that  his   logs   prevented   it   from   going   out  KWAHTAHMOSS  a      FILM SOCIETY  Wednesday, December 13  DOUBLE BILL  Brendan Behan's  THE QUARE FELLOW  PLUS  *   Jean Cocteau's  THE TERRIBLE PARENTS  Next Performance January 10  LORD OF THE FLIES  8:00 p.m. TWILIGHT THEATRE  Gibsons  NON-MEMBERS ADMITTED  -with the tide; it has also ruined the  swimming because of gas and oil on the  water and has become a fire hazard as  his large gas tank is located on the bank  just south of our homes. _  '( "It has reduced the value of our property and prevented sale of same as.no  one wishes to look out at our beautiful  scenery and see nothing but logs and  pollution and listen to the unbearable  no'ise of the engines of the log pushers  which run beyond the reasonable time  of 8 a.m. and 5 p.m.  There are other areas of Howe Sound  which are available for his sort of operation and which have no permanent or  summer residents to annoy/. Surely it is  not asking too much to have our beach  left for what it was intended���residential. At times now his boom sticks and  strings of logs are over reaching his limits  by two lots of 95 feet each which is far  beyond  the  licensed  operator.  "Mr. Head is a successful shoe merchant in Gibsons so we do not feel we  are asking to have his living taken  away from him.  Director J. H. Tyner of Pender Harbor  moved with a second by Wolverton that  the matter be referred to the Area F advisory planning commission.  Cancer facts  ALTHOUGH  treatment by  surgery  and  radiation have long been the principal  * means of coping with cancer, the use of  drugs, or chemicals, is acknowledged as  an additional tool in the hands of cancer  therapists.  But  chemotherapy  is  still  hampered  by the fact that drugs usually are unable  to distinguish between normal and can-  ������ cer cells.  ���.-................;   A further problem arises when the  tumor cell readjusts its mechanisms to  become resistant to "the drug, much as  an insect will adjust to DDT, making it  necessary for the clinician to switch to  another drug.  One field of Canadian research involves investigation of the phenomenon  of synergism, in which two or more  drugs, when used together, may be many  times more effective than the sum of  their effects -when used separately.  Page 14 The Peninsula Times    Wednesday, December 13, 1972  ���  i   i. m     I...   iiii i ������  II '"'  '��� ,  ' "       '        .       " "* " '  Madeira Park Happenings  HOUSE sports���House standings  are' as  follows: House 1  is in the lead with  48 points; House 2 has 40 points; House  J3  has  33  points;   House  4  is   last  with  ��1^. points. Come on, House 4. Let's get  in AlTerel      .���'���...  The 100-mile club is going on Strong.  Three students are tied for first place,  all having run 12 miles. The students  are'Lome Reid, Rick Johnson and Jennifer  Wilcox.  Christmas concert. We are going to  hold our Christmas concert at the elementary school on Wednesday, Dec. 20,  starting at 1:30 p.m. All parents and  interested visitors are invited to attend.  The elementary choir will be carolling  Wednesday night around the community.  The people last year seemed very pleased  to hear the boys and girls sing.  A gymnastic club is being formed and  BURN WOOD  AND SAVE MONEY!  ��� by Diane Iverson  all interested boys and girls are asked .to  get in touch with Mr. Wishlove and Mr. \  Rees. . '  PTA raffle tickets. Some of the students are selling raffle tickets "for the  PTA. The prizes are being donated by  the high school and the money is going  into the. scholarship fund.  ii  Reorganization: Something a business  undergoes when it finds, it has more vice-  presidents  than  customers., ;.:  TWILIGHT THEATRE  Gibsons  886-2827  All Shows 8 p.m. and in color  THURS., FRI., SAT. DEC. 14-15-16  GEfcfeRAL ��� In Color  MONTY PYTHON  Stupendous!   Spectacular!   Unimaginable! ,  Uncomaporoble!  WOOD  HEATERS  CONSTRUCTION WORK is proceeding quickly at Sechelt's new Legion  building on Wharf Road. Roof beams  are lowered into place to bring the  outer shell one step nearer completion.  They're proposing to change the name  of the earth to Pollute.  Blake C. Alderson D.C.  CHIROPRACTOR  Poit Office Building Sechelt  Phone 885-2333  Wednesdays and Saturdays  10 a.m. to 5:15 p.m.  Exclusive patented features ol  Ashley Wood  Heaters will provide you with  year 'round heal  lor a lot less than  other heaters.  Choice ol handsome cabinet or  console styling or the economy models  ��� Sizes lo heal up to 6 rooms or mors  ��� Users report up to 7S% fuel savings  ��� Build only ono lire a season  ��� Fill only ones In 12 hours ...  ��� even In coldest temptraturss.  Write lor Free Folder  SUN., MON., TUE., DEC. 17-18-19  LAST OF  THE  RED HOT LOVERS  MATURE ENTERTAINMENT  Industries  of Canada. Ltd.  (Formerly Firehood Mfrs Ltd.I  Ml E��t Espltntd*   Norjh Vancouver. B.C.  ������-���,    CLOSED:  Wed., Thurs., Fri., Sat., Sun., Mon.  December 20-21-22-23-24-25  SEASON'S GREETINGS  from the management and staff  of the TWILIGHT THEATRE  f  ftfctr. WtgS______9 "1^i'.*''***,:,0fi'T^G^^f''*'j^���^^'*��*iy-^__��'.tf ��'^���*'"^^ . HanM^Iu>u~__���_���___���l ______________">'''"M________7h1' ���___' >______________ ^'"'^MMkT**1  5 CRANBERRIES  Jj|B',V.;|iPrtWrtWWW-',-No.'-i*f ...  5BR0CC0U  FRESH FROZEN GRADE A  YOUNG TURKEYS  North Star Sausage Meat  Pork Butt Roasts  1 lb, pkg.  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Canned Milk '-^=^~ ,5..  s^#w*>ff��toyM^  MllW)^Wta_4^|��^lrt^  ilWiBWfiWM*^^  '���f��iw��iipJh^fi��.f<*w5Wi ii(-(BiMfliH,'a4*s^'W<*'W" s^fiww^fi^^miillfcSHwi f8WWte_roiw^^w'WW��',toW^^  2  S PEASANT BREAD  FROM OUR BAKERY  Coffee Break Coffee .^__i__________^^ 89��  Perfex Bleach  128-0*.  Plattlc Jug  i  mtHfV> '��� 4ii��',4| *t  f*   ^f1,   ��'i it  ���  PBICES EFFECTIVE:  DEC, 13 TO SATURDAY, DEC. 16  fjA,���   M      toi^^^flWef km if '  l*#   1" ^i*   .   t"l hi'  loof��  ............  33-  yr^  6  49  FRESHLY BAKED  m*_wmim,.$*imit*wmi*?m^  ���)#^j^^MWiWiw��W^I-*^WW.'Wayfflf��l  <W^wMawp^imw4^w^^  CHRISTMAS~CARE$"^^SHORTBRrAD  Phono ����R.gn2H i   885-9012 Moatw_Dont.___^7v8BB-9a23 Bnkorv  �� a      i  I    a (,  I    , . I, I , , a , .   , I  Wo Roioryo Tha Right To Limit Quantltlot  ' > 7.r     ,   ���     i i ; ,   ;  ��  ''  ( M.  ' ll  iqii<iiimMmmmmmmiM^  ��^����44mMiwita  .j-  ,n  ��W��IW��^l|^��iaJlS^^  I '  .WimaNlpHlfiffiaH^^  W^WWWaffiHW^Wtll^^

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