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 X.  Vancouver *Qif s*,_^  *<?e  %i'^WAJN item on agenda at last regular    the store operator and are covered hy  v-u*5*   meeting-of Gibsons Cpuneil was read     K,~ u-! "  mi��� "  J!~  iervlpg the Sunshine tpost, (liovve SoHnd to Jorv^sjnlpti; including port Mellon, Hopkins Umdmg, Grenthams Undiftp,Gibsons, Roberts CreeH)  WiIsqh CreelySqlmq Pgrk, Sechejt, Hqlfmgoo, Boy, Sforet Cove, Pepdqr Harbour,' Madeiro Pqrk, Ktelndple, Irvine'? t-qnding< Earl Cove, Egmont  /'  y>  ^ng of a bytyw involving a' new~p11?e  *���' stuieTuieJor business licences within the  J jnupictpamy, \ range"of charges will be  %c\ up Cohering various types of business  4    tlepepctent. upon size mitt nature of the  operation,    ^-.,    , ".;  i    Pertocls ,for,awhiclr sr trade -licence will  ^tover 'will; be as previously: si* month  pending April>3Q.tlt and, October 31st, Nu  piopm/lignate. redyelion, will  be    made  '*" should a lousiness Commence or'cease at  /"Juny time betv/eei}!. the" licence periods.  Any contravention or violation pi' the  Jits business licence. Then th��?re was discussion regarding machines located in  public places and owned by outside operators.  Further investigation to this situation  will be carried out by Council before the  by-daw gets final reading' and adoption,  Proposed new licence rate schedule,  includes; banks and -mail order busi-.  nesses $50 per six month period, Contractors.. emPloyi��g over 10 men, $30; six  to IQ men $20; not- more than 5, $10.  Bowling^ alloys and wholesale tradersr  $155. .Service station and garage, trust in-  LARGEST 3mCULATlON~OP ANY PAPER ON THE SOUTHERN SUNSH INE COAST.  Union   t^rul-qbel"   > r ���  This issue |6 Fogeg ~** 12c  Volume 9, No 3 - WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 15, 1971  'by-law places the offender'in the posi-    vestment,   loan   and   mortgage,   theatres,  funeral homes, automobile dealers, new  and used, $20.  Marines $15 per 100 -berth's. Or pait  plus $10'for additional 100 pr part providing that the licence shall include the  right to' repair and to sell gas, oil, marine  supplies, tobacco arid cphfectTqnai'y, Pool  rooms, $5 ��eft'cli table to a minimum of  r jtion of facing a fine of not less<4han $25'  i   and not more than $500 upon-conviction.  > *���*    Any applicant may apply for as many  *pei mits as he choses but no person, may  71 ^operate more than one business under-one  '  ^licence at the same time. Further, it will  .be necessary to obtain an official -trans-  ^fei of the licence should a business loca*  ���ition change  *L  $10.  ftetail or wholesale merchant, $10  |    Under  section 457B  of* the  Act,  the'    per first'"5.00 --square feet 'or part Hhereqf;  ^ppiiod  for  a   licence with respect  to  a *' plus $5 for each  additional  500 square,  ^cums,  horse show, .dog or pony show,    feet, or part thereof.1Maximum six month  1  Ie^hibitioiV:.or other itinerant' show, or  fenlertainment, when held elsewhere than  -fjn licenced theatre, or other licenced place,  %hn\l be one day,  J    Period for licence in respect to horse  ^racing is also one day. The licence inspector has., the power to suspend licences  Subject to provisions of the Act and' is  'iijso empowered  to inspect  premises  in.  ^aprcier. to ensure that requirements' of the5  ?))y-law are fulfilled.  &    Jusl about all hysihetfs premises are  ��� /classified but cine problem facing council  licence fee shall not exceed $75'..  Real estate agencies, $5 per sales person provided that such licence dries not  include right to sell insurance. Dental,  clinics $20 covering two ' dentists. Each  additional member '$10, Medical clinics,  $50 for first five medical practitioners  plus $10 each additional member! Ve^  chicles fOr hire, one to three vehicles  $10 plus $5 for each additional vehicle.  Taxis for hire, up-to two vehicles $10  plvis $5 each additional vehicle. Freight   ,_,_._.,���.��� D v���   . delivery., JP (Liar, three  vehicles plus $5  /.^ffiefore  the  by-law might be. adopted is     for. each additional, vehicle.. Fifel dealer,  ���  .^'���">.AA "*,'-������".��� A* vWvy ���-'"'��� I *  .-���    ���    ��� J*&*.'*-      I '  / ' 5liVV>  r. '������  jrn  *     , *'  ���\&s  * *0  \ti*?fP^-business of vending machines. This  it '^Involves a number of coitipUcations such  tt'j?t.s'(��b' the situation\wl\eire'by,;aliS.tore pperatpp  i��^^'ents a ��� portion -qf hisi:;pr^tnigeg" fQrv'ip'  yt^Installation of one or more'Slot machines,  a-iUlt^n o'ther cases the niachineS' are owned by  V y  ���3 -y  ���*/*. f  H ��� /  $10 plus $5 each additional truck.  The following, all fall into the $10 per  gijjj* ntonth category; barber or bairdress-  eri cafes, restaurants, drug dispensary,  insurance agency, laundry land dryclean-  ing,.marine charter, milk vendor, pedlars,  hawikei'S, hucksters or agents, professions,  second hand stores, septic tank cleaning,  Up $87,24$ . 0 .  Regional. Budget increases  but some surplus expected  SUNSHR0 Coast Regional Distmct's Prp-  / visionftl Budget' foi 1972 stands at  $37|,883,It is not really feasible to make  a -comparison with last yeai's budget figure of! $345,634 as  this  included  $60,000  .      ,. ... ,,,.������       -     payable   to  the  Municipal   Finance  AU-  ,^?^r3Uv^ Reseive  Fund   This  is  a  in the municipality any business, trade,    ,<one ;hor DaVment made bv each mun-  ���jr  ;pLOCI^ SOLD .  J   .Richter Block on Cowrie -Street, which  tailed   off   as   a  TV,   Radio   sales  and  <VM  ^q^jservice store, .will be back in operation  'f^/Jtis such early in the new year. Sale of  A v'.Jhe building has been finalized and new  f,������^owners are Ed, Nicholson and Qordon  '^'^Oliver of Sunshiire. Coast TV.Sales and  , -Jl^fService who presently share the building  ' ^y'Joccupied by Dallis Studios.  ;���$(.'FREE GRAVEL  ,*y*f .Alderman jQen Umg (Mayor elect)  !"stilled last woelV that h'flge quaiitrty of  ^giavel   and   rock   being- > dumped   along  occupation  or calling not  listed herein,  or who enters into  or carries -put- any  contract to perform any work, qr'~kirnislT~'  material  or  merchandise.  Hotels-^-apaHtfterits etc., for every person letting or renting individual rooms pr  suites of roOms, either in a hoteirioomihg  house, apartment house, auto camp or  hiotel, and whether or not meals are  supplied to the occupants thereof, for  each suite let or available for letting, 50c  per unit to a .minimum of $10, This is  providing no more than two rooms are  available for letting or renting.  Itinerant shows, dances etc., for every  poison operating a travelling show, com  cert, dance of any other travelling show,  $10 per day.? \ .  ''one .shot" payment made by each mun-  icipality^or _regional dislnct* shaiing ip.  ihe proceeds of a debonluie issue of the  Authority  Deducting this amount from last year's  budget figure would make the comparison more feasible and show a budget increase of $87,249 At the same time, according to figuies submitted in the Pro-  Visional Budget, the Regional Board anticipates a surplus of $18,797 in the Water  Supply and Distribution section of the  budget.  AVATKB SUPPLY  '-Tlte   provisional    budget���anticipates  revenues as follows in water supply and  vice���$1,000; salaries���-$32,900; employer  conti ibutions^$5,400i removal expense���,  $200, janitorial service--$l,260', rent���  $2,880, hydro���$600; repairs to bkig. etc,  ���$100, legal services--$!,500', travel���  $80Q, telephone and telegraph--4t,500; ad-  vei ljbing,-$300;- -external audit���$1,000;  office supplies���$1,500; postage and  fi eight-$620; publications $70; office  equipinf'iit���$600; office furniture and  fixtures���$400; referendums $700;. conventions, seminars etc, ���$400; insurance  Waiting  Pictured in Sechelt on Wednesday  when ti\o first winter snowfall caught  rnotprists unawares, the little JMeK  donkey, equipped by nature to tackle  any weather, waits patiently for his  master, Perhaps the little creature  senses that this is the time of the  year when the d&nkey is remembered  for the part he played in the story  of Christmas,  Pender Harbour area  forms own Lions Club  VOTING test weekend ior thiee.seats  in' local government proVfed very  decisive although turn-out for two was  exti emely light. 'At Pendei Harbour the  turn-out ��� was .exceptionally good and  cleai ly revealed the support for Jim Tyner as Regional Board repi eseptative for  that area.  Tyner, who was opposed by Fred  Ciosby, received a toti^l of 323 votes,  Ciosby only 77- At the previous e}pc=  tion, two yeais ago, Tyner again received overwhelming support He drew  263 votes to 61 for his opponent Ross  McQuitty.  Also seeking re-election lor Aiea E,  Gower Point and Gibsons Heights, Frank -  West also gained a decisive win with 67  votes to 27 for Jim Cramer. Less than  100 votes altogether ,  * Tuin-out foi election of a Mayor for  Gibsons was little better but incumbent,  Mayoi Wally Peterson, ietained his popularity and was returned with 225 votes.  His opponent, Ken Goddard received 173.  Administi'atbi Dave Johnston leports this  was 33 Wo vote which is bettej. than  average. '       ,f:. . , '^. .  Pre-natal classes  increase 40 per-cent  FORTY per^cent increase In attendance  at pre-natal classes in Coast Garibaldi Health Unit, was reported by nursing supervisor, Miss W. Davies at the  December Union Board of Health Meeting.  About half, the enrollment for classes  in the Sechelt School District is from  Sechelt area, so Public Health ' nurses  alternate the location of classes between*..  Gibsons and Sechelt., In Gibsons the  classes are held in the Health Unit and  PENDER   Harbour   is   to liave  its   own  Lions Club following some'months of  ������i.i,   i; i ;, ,        j  , ���   , ��� ���   .   *,,,���      assessment of the,area and a number of  ^^al^O^St^^rgi^ ^mk^^MmJj-^ M^mA^Amm^.^^  $100,      Workmen's-$130;      grants���$20;     indents and LipnsC^ officeis.  Twenty local men.signed up for mem-  memhei ships���$20; repairs *md maintenance to office equip.���$200; rent of "office equip.���$490; Debt. Charges, Intl on  tempoiaify borrowing���$1,200; bank service charges���$75, "Total���$61,015.  PLANNING  Environmental   planning   and   zoning  expenditures  in   the   provisional  budget  )SM  fitjf giavel   and   mcit   Doing- > i|umpe��   along      '.,'';   - ij\^ *   '  '^^''ullolilevavil  will  save  lhe village of Se-     tnJ   Xtewn/Sf   vivaia/iI  ' J^rcholl u coiifiUleralile am'oiTnt' of money as    1UI   HUHlCO   JJlQJ6CI  if  Se  money as  'jVr-rfill   for    continual ion'  of  the  sea-wull  >  a,Scheduled for' construction shortly.  vfeiJlY PASS MEETING  '-..y J At last meeiing of Gibsons Council it  IV,."  MP  COAST Chilcotin,  Paul  St,  Pierre,  , phoned lho Times last weekend to announce that the suni of $54,500 bus been  approved for the Sunshine Coast Senior  1 'Was reported t|iat the Regipnal Board has     GitizGit'fi Housing Society uncler the Na  /pinpiiNod a meeting with'IhV Highways     tthnul Housing Act, The.ainount will ho  ' ho ---    - ���-���:--"- i..: -   -:--. .,....:..���..       nn n  pepimlhioiit regarding proposed  location  'pi   tbo  Gibsons    by^pass,  Mayor  Wally  JPolorNon suid ho would ho attending with  jiopos of helping got the project off the  -ground.  {cancellation  Vi,  Members of tho. SuuiihliH) Coast Arts  ^ijCouijoll express rogrels that It was seen  fit, ��� to  cilncel    thi��  Dirk's    Mnrionottqn,  'm '(scheduled for last.SuntUiy December liJfh  '''ill, Glbson.s,' It, is  understood  tho  snow  '(  'imd wenlher condiliuns in some areas was  '   , ^sponsible, for lho ..cancellation,,  I)     r-l ..r-ap-'   -,  on u 50 yfcar term loan,  This means the way has been cleared  for construction of., an additional fourteen units f|diiacent to tho existing Greene  Court, "near Hackett Park. The original  ten units were ��� constructed in 10(18 and  have Proved very popular with' senior  cltlzons.    ,,-!������'*.������������'. .,   .    ���.  . The now units will he of one bedroom  design and will, include lounge; laundry'  and sldragu 'facilities.  So fur this year, a lolal.of $M million  havo boon made available for similiu'  projects within British''Columbia, v  ���x ���, '' ^  distribution:   sales   of   services,   private *��� are listed: ;salaries-7-$13,30O;   administra-  users $45,560: West Sechelt Improvement lion char��e^$r},0QO5;   ir^yelT-i-lEiOQ;   pon-  District���$3,Q00; connPction^OJOQQ; land    v'en ='--^^^^^-^��->  chiirges~$00,500; other i=ervicet.charges���yh,t,ttj^v"  $1}00; revenue, front,,own .sou'vees: aontals $33(1  -^$5110(^interest  ealned���$13,000! suipdus ienU  of prior year $43,620, The delay nl the  sale of debentures was given  as one of  the reasons for the surplus.  , Expendituies are listed, as follows:  salaries���$13,000; gen, adrninistnilion-r-  $3,000; purification, and treatment���  $2,000; service of supply^S.OOO; transmission and dis|ributiriivr~$3,p00V puniiy-  ing���$4,500;- customer billing .and col-  Ibction���$2,500;' other water supply���$60;  -Interest of debentures���125,430; principal  installments���$10,370; others���$300; utility ,C/L fund (connection)���$0,000; surplus of current-year���$111,707,  beship_Jast week at a meeting held in  the'Pender Qjarbou,;-, Hotel, a further six  potential meVhbers* were unable to be-  present. " J    "*" ~  Much of the preliminary work was  carried out by Past Zone Chairman, Joe  Benner of the Sunshine Coast-Lions Club,  Sechelt. He was present for the meeting  last  week  accompanied by  Chuck RaOd-  use of its facilities.  The Health Unit is placing inereasr  ing emphasis on the importance pf health  supervision during pre-school 'years, Detection of defects or potential difficulties  at this ag^e can in rrijany instances mean  correction or control before the ch'ild enters school, The programme was-successr  ful in Powell River where 88 jper-cent  of appointrnents were kept, Teji per cent  of those seen were referred tp|:he;;dis.t^i',iet  ^uliUc^H^l^ .^  GENERAL  GOVERNMENT      �����  Anticipated general government ox-  pondltures may bo of Interest as they  bring to light the many small expendi-  - lures necessary in government i|dmiu-  isli'iitloni hourd chalrmun���$1,200; .board  directors���^VlOl);' other    logislallYo  ser-  INSPECTION  Buildihg and plumbing iiispectioirex-  penditui'es: salaries���$11,(100; gen, adinih.  ���$2,000; ty^'ye'l-r-$l,750; conventions etc  ���$500; general-���$500; deficit, prior year  -$100, Total iiyso,  GARBAGE  Gai'boge collection: administration  chargO���$1,000; collection contracts���  $20,400; otj.ier,-��-$50(), Total $21,000, ,  ,,�� Gurbage1* "situs; administration, charge  .v--���$;i,'000; mai'ntonnnce--$l2,200; Improve-'  i��iwTUHr$U,000;',? project , > SAM���$2,riOO;  .triiuk ,c!ltu,��o--$i,00<); total���$24,700,  OTHERS'.'   ''.,'.  ' Other "expenditures are election  and  ll,n,C,M,,--$2l700;   firo   prulecllon,   West  Ilowo   Sound- $7,040;   Hoburis    Crook���  $11,001 ;������ s)rf!ef,!lJghlliigaa ������������$fl,KB0,1 '  'giiant^ ' '   ������ ' ' ..   "*  1   GriintH iVum the "Tmvlndnl (lovorii"  iniint' Includ^: lulmlnlslrnllnii gen,  govt,  11,0011; wnvlrohhionUil lend pliinn'lug iid-  iiihilHlrniloii���$5,001),  kel, Charter Night is scheduled for Saturday,February 10 in- the'Madbira Park  Community Hajl. '  gradp 1 students, This programme iiv  volves lesliiig approximately '4,8()0 stu-  dents in the Health Unit, ;   '  ,',  Combined project . . .  [WW*  COMBINED Dental' Hygiene .Programme  |n Sechelt," Squainish and Powell  River School Districts suffered a set-  back recently when Powell Uiver District,  announced (hut due to budget .restrictions.  programme in their own areas.  The Cost of the programme hadbeen  apportioned to enc|i district on the basis  of all three districts pui'ticipfitlng, Op  the basis of such a commitment a Dental  it, will not be able to participate In ,tl|C'"llygieiiisl, Miss IVlary Fiiulhiy hits, been  hired  to  iiommencc work  .liuuuu'y   Isl',  1072,,      ���  Tiie dental hyglonlHt will' bo, viHlling  pi'ogrnimue,  Mukluit UiIh imuuiinuemoDl in his'report to CoiihI Gnriboldl Union Board'of  lluiilth lu Gllwons Inht. Wndnosday, Dr,  (Imiimlll nuked ' Hoard members lo do  whiil  Ihey ciin lo preserve Ibis valuable  Alarm expressed '.; .  merican sex booklets  issued grade 10 class  IIOOKliETfl   publliilVKl .In   lb"   1 billed  frllntOH   nil   mux '"cdiu'iiiliin,   Ifimui'l   hi  urmlo Ml nftidiiiuHi (tlmw hi.|mIchIh,.i\h Mji>-  ilimtonn1 Socoiuliuw   flchniil,, liuyn   Imini  i'iuihIiih cnniHirn nniniiHsl muno i^iirenlit ,ln  _t ,t i ^.:��� c I i rt. l. r i u.t*��.;.������.u.���, *,^w..m.*,u.,*.a^.,..c,*.-.._���.^.,,��..,,i..,���w.,.������.,�����.-^������.���.,���,.^..��:,  ilrlngb'iH llm iiVilU'r' (u lh" nll"iilliin  ill llui, Hclllllll HiUII'd III .IllHl WlWll'M I'licel-  iill, 'I'liruiiii' siiluiiil Iriinlmi nml Bonn!  t'liiilrinnn Mr, '.In, lhii'\vni|,i ijtild he'liinl  nut,,Haiiix   the .booklelH  bill   luid .rm'civ'nit-  wns pnipni-iMl' lo go In this nrim. Mr,  I liuiiin guvo nsHiii'iiiieu thnl Iho mul lor In  iii)d<>i' I'linlrnl and will bu biuullcil pi'o-  pnrly?      ' ; ' ������"���,...  FAMILY LIPR  ��� C|uili'iniin.ai[- wtlHi-Fiuillly-aLlfu^CunH.  mllliio, (tnv'Villn'i'WIlHiumiiiii mild Ihul Im  Imd iilsu ii'iiciilviiil phiiiiu ',iiiialliia i'iihiu'iIIiik  Hie hookliils iiinMbo I'oll Ibid, porha|in  piii'iints niKiil iHiiumtliin'oii lliln, If Ihm'"  I'd*"it 'g'>'ul  I'nmlly I'olnllonHblp If Is pus-  ii loleplHinn cnll from n vnny niiii'ui'iiiHl.' Mn,|u to iilnciiss mich mu'lloi'ii In Uiv I'miilly.  ,,,,,an,n 11..       ,i   .1.        .I...1        II. I.. ..I .a     ll...       Ill,,,,,111,  White Rnbblt  TJiby chrlHUuiud liim "(liiinb-l)unnyM,   jirl/o-wliHUvrH In Ibo iibnn-lioiu1 oon-  ���Wjiidh h��'corlnlnly wnn bul. ho luul n    lonl nt Wocljull. Eloirumlnry...School  llifUlll, , ��� , ,���  Copies ol' 111*) 'I ni'''(�� bnoklnl mdi'Icn  whicli hml been Vnproiliicoil from llm  iirl/diKilsHn llm hchniifN',. I'liiiyiinr min'h-  inn, wuco pi'oihici'd by DlNtrlni Hiiiiim'Iii-  li'Udent Mi;, ll, ll, llnnnn who tmln Ihnl  ilu* apiunphlotH bnd |hm��ii ilhitrlliulcd by  I Voiing iniiuhci' wllbni'il  Ihu imiiihoiiI  nf  m itiili(i(il'�� pi'hirlpMl, Mr, lluiinii Niild Im  iim nol know iibnnl ilium nlllmr nnd luul  only seen ilioiu Ip llm mnrnlhg pi'lor In  Im inndilng, Tlllini ou Ibivn nl' llm bonk-  lnlii 'worn, 'Uliimiimixi.mjll.v"; "Mnidiirbii-  lloiil)- ninl-; 'MnliMrniir^t r DiirlM/i��� J'riig-  TriiMtmi lliiil Nlminn ���inii^llmu'd llm  Miuii'ii oi Um imiiiu'liil mill wiih lold by  Mr, llnnnn thnl limy Wcni Issued by llm  M<in lnl'nrmiitliili nml Kilui'iillun Coiiiinll-  bHninKolTnllH^fiTIiiMrTfinr^'nhWioir  yn^ctRiiliflctirniip nnd nrn iinwl-in    liifn Edttcntiuivrtn triinlR��n, MnvrWilltnm��  InlviirsKy Hodlology Coursmi, Im mild,        w>n,,mild Ihnl llm nl|ii of llm progi'iunnm  Boimur, liilalno lVlnblnvlRh nnd Kill)       ,Hohoo|  Ibmrd  Cbnlrni'm  Mi%  Hhluln    Is lo develop In boys imd gh'lti llm ��|uulk  Homitii','. Admiring   (lib   hIiovv  ficvilp-   K.ll����n snld nh�� had nlno received plmim    ll��H  und fnU)tud��s  fin-wlileli-mmwenHfid  In full ihnl lliln wns wbm'u' llm hinilly  IMif I'lducnlloii I'l'iiiirnmnm,would Im vnl-  lllible, ,,,    ",'  ;���������> '��� ,. ,,    ���,.,   lln'v, WilllnniHiiiVii iippi'iiriuu'ii ul llm  Mchntil Huni'il wm-i jiui'i'ly *'* colncldcnlnl  ^vllb llm nmll'ii' liroimlil up by Mr, Hur-  V(tlb, lie ninl Adull lilihu'iiilnn Co-ordlii'  iiinr Mr, i'l Inn' Hiiwllnlmlinm: nlleiuU'd llm  iiolufO't hDiird inmillliii' lo diiwunii Ibo ln-  troduitlliiu of ii Knmllv I-H" 'iViiiii'iiinnm ���  in. tlm Ai)iill Mdimnllirn nourims In < llm ���  iimiiiiiK yiiiir, 'rriiHliuiii iipprnvoil limluH-  Inn   of   llm   foiir-liHiliii'o  ii'ounii)   In   llm   AVil'll ���KdiTifiiiiiVh7l1iWAVrt'in'iV*rini'"i(irfi"iUiir"  lUn'iini'il, MiiIIIhiih   riii|iieiili!il   Ihnl;   Mm  li'nniil.v Life Priinrniiiiim b'n ruvinwoil hii*.  Imi' ii'iliin Inlo 11m lu'lniiilii. <  I3DUCA*^0N       '-'.  T)iiiirnfi'i]n9i��irroinininvrTr��i  grades 1, 3," i) nnd 7 ns a minimum for the  period from ilumlnry 1072 lo lho end of  lho school lonn. In Suptombor 1072 she  will ulso exnmlne llmso grades unci send  reform! cunlii homo, . , A ��� '���  ..Dunliil llonlth Rdimution will bo tho  curb of* tlm iirngrnmmo nud ll Is hopoi('  |hnt Ibis progruiumo will bnVo a long  furin efi'ocl on donlnl luinllh In Ibis nron,  ��� A survey condiicled by !>r, T, Jllckfi,"���,  llogloniil Donlnl llonllh Cousnllnnt I'or  lho Const (Inrlbnldi lluiillh Unil, In So-  clmlt and I'owiill Mlvm1 School ,l)|slrlc|s  Insl your, showed Hint HO per cunt of  children, oxiimln'utr woru nogloutod irent-  inoiil mises. ',,,'.  'flm only, siiliilIon nl prnsoul, nlulos  Dr, (himin'lllr lies. In jx dhpinl"otjiiii'n|limv  l,iro��rni|inm,, ,' ,       a ;  MENTAL HBALTH ' _; ..  , ",;, :���,  "T'fiMiMTii'riliul j^(;yj^jp-^^-*^|j^  luiollmra snlbnck In tlm fluid of' Mmilni  ���'llonllh, -AV lho fUiplnmboi' mooting ofv  ��������oo p��oo A-l!  luiiiiiiiiiiiihiiiimiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiaiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiu  Ad-Briefs  'VOry knowing look.  DollghUul with    tiroi Jonnlfor Mncluivlfdi, I<oii Had- , lurcm whlf'h fjnvo lhn JudKOH a vory   "lis from pnrenls nnd iruHtnu Horniird   I'ninljy |lfu ilnpfinds, It iWiuin tbo physical,  Mr croaliou wliiuli w��h onu oi'tho   ym��kl/ Mr��, Murrlu Hodimm, JDulu1   difficult t��sK, Ih himlm IH\\\\\,      '  itM��liitf��n wmvlormi bow fnr Uiu iinnni    ,   ,, ���     ^noopmjoA'fl  lhe way  to action!  i "  Iri Today's Classlflodi^  wnn��,wiiiw<wl'""WMm��MiwmwM,w,iK>,��nm��w'm'  .L,a��AlivCoiubl*sklti .w|tb.-K(,i'||K��'biiser  . bii'liidi'ii I nnrinporml polouj Mimfll'lcu  price. ���  ^    , ,���     ��� * ���.*, ��� .^      i  ��� n*0*m*00000mi��0i*.m*%i000Hmi^0m0^^  ��� ijinim Clmiiillluil* ipnUi ovor 2,t��6o hoinoi  < 10,000'random)/  ��� TlUmiiXlowlfjiiilfi"fio INTO Hm lioiuna , .  oot orv lqwn��, Mrop|�� or In culvcrt��,  ��� Times ClnsMflcdu nro loW-cost, hloh-notoncv  soloa ionics, i     ...''  Phono 0Q5-9654  ��� Phono Knot open Sunday; classlfloh  ''IS'  ��  �����  ..1!  *t       N  ** tf..  k *.,  *��� V  A >���  *. *  W .    **���   * 'fcflf    4  y  ���j  "A  1  i"'  fr'  J  'r t  Cs.t  ���;  ,'i    -J  1  ir*  :*'  '     ** X  < t>  -J   *  ;/!  ,-   ' J.  '' M  V 4  v f  if, ��, f.  -' 1'  ;*!  * . j  *.*  Pggo- A-2 "'       The Peninsula Timer  Wednesday, December 15^ 1971  I.       '���,.  *   .V  I  ��� ^HiBhWh iwhyiihi inaai ti  ���f*<J*4tV-liy^  Th*$  ENINSUIA  JMftoOb  I may be'-wrong, but I shall not be sorwrons as to jail to say what"I beltex-e to be right'!  ���Oohn Anuw  - ^ - Dowlas Q. ^fnviBvmjRditor ^ __      __  000mm000000mm0*000m0000i0000i0000,0000m0m0��0000i0m000***0��00*.  /  tore. iraes  ' . . r"  THERE is little doubt-todav that our' developed an immunity to shock, a ,tor-  -western society Ms enjoying  an  afc    taise shell against compassion. Famine  fluencc which* not too many years ago,1 - in Pakistan is too remote; war and inas  much some  greater becoin  yrhifc applies to all levels of society.  Strangely enough,. with this greater  1,  i   a  i  'll  i v,  t',i  v    '1  'r.  r*. 1,1  *- / '  *- ���- *  ���>>*.'  1? I Tl  0"'   -s  ***  .f ���*-'  4; ^  * <���'     r  "I- ,     &  i *   s  ' endless criticism directed against it  vV .     ,���-... t t��������� mrtP���  certain segments of the populace. This involymg the use of weapons Even mo t  is par for the course for no-matter how startling  is  the  lact   that   little  or  no  individuals    acquire,  the wious, dainagc Qver results.  The viol-  ic theiir demands for more. c��<? �� part of the game. It is ��>ndontd  and   becomes .an   acceptable   problem  solver.  Is  it  a*nv wonder  then  that  it  >  .imagine, higher    standards or ,cduca- terns ��n our stree�� ��^ P��As antI even  tiont the world as a whole is in far peat*  'our ��������*?. AreJLbSThi���  er turmoil than ever before. . ^ation-oT i^nwtiv^ brutali^ human  This is something we have puzzled ^  },^TJ iTl^.lZ' 1  over for sonte time and is spelled out ��J worUUat large are much the same,  quite clearly in the following unchurched lhe answer, is probably   yes   and   no  editorial   from   the   United   Church  of 'Yes' from those likely to be affected by  Canada: J watching dramatized violence, 'no  trom  Some years ago the American writer those young people who sing peace songs  Iind wit, .Don Marquis, theorized that and refuse fo be part of the national  boredom with the. welfare state and "the savagery that drops jellied gas bombs on  affluent society would soon drive ped- defenceless people,  pie back to barbarism. Listen to any However, we cannot nsfc imc child  newscast today, scan thc papers, watch being ihfected by the violence he or she  television or the movies and it seems watches on television or movies. A cam-  fairly obvious that we are fast reach- paign against this type of mind pollu-  inu that stage of retrogression. We live tion is needed just as urgently as the  with violence every day and it's doing campaign against the pollution ot our  something dreadful to the psyche. We've environment.  A   ��iisapl��   66Tlaaiaks"   Helps  SPMEHOW it seems to be a failing of ments were instituted at a number of  human nature to protest  loud  and existing    parks,  the Porpoise  Bay de-  long when we require attention but re- velopment  got  under way  and  is  pro-  insun  .signicantly silent    once our    re- grossing  very  well,   aiuMlje  road  into  quests are attended to. As a specific ex- and, development of, the- Skookumchuk  ample we would mention services asked park is to start shortly. ��� ,  for an eventually supplied by thc Pro-1 ~     Within the past two years a great  vincial Government. tleal 0f Work has been carried put on  No-one   has   been  more  vociferous fcrry terminal improvement, service helium the. Times regarding need for re- (wccn piXr\^ Cove and Powell River was  construction of Highway  101  but, cer- impr0ved  and  while we  still complain  tainly,   wc  were  not   alone.   Chambers aj,out   scrvice   between    Langdale   and  of Commerce and various other organi- Horseshoe Bav, it vvi'll, undoubtedly, be  zations have long sought  highway im- attended to on a priority basis,  provement.  Now, at  long last, an on-           .,. .     ���         ,        .    ,      .,        . ,  sluuehi has been launched on the section         lA"-'n'1!1' ,7 have h"d V       U  of Highway   101   between  Sechelt   and ��? bc thankful lor even though we wil  Pender Harbour. The project has creat- ^W  hc ,se.ck,ne 1more-  1h's  ,snt1,,,c  cd substantial cmploymcitt for men and ;\ml 1{ wc did not demand and protest  Rnmnm��nt~in   thi   ������    nnd    Si-hv-nft   ' then   WC   WOU,d   &el   Virtually   nothing,   it  equipment���in the area and is-by no  means a make-shift operation. - When  completed we will have a good highway  for many years.  Development  of  thc  Porpoise  Bay  is ,.thc .old    story    of  the  "squeaking  Wheel". ,       ,-*.*,   r'.-*���* ���  f '  The point  we would  like to make  is that  we  scream,    protest,    demand.  campsite and improvements to existing    cr'llk'l7.c ;intl condemn until we get what  er issue and, again, de-    ,wc ask 'or' ��nd sometimes even more.  4        r'i  '2  3   **i  ***���    0*   *  r\  ���t  **      J*,  jy  Hi J''*  'A'    *  :*f ���  *,   *  parks was another issue and, ag;i  mands and protests were lodged with  the provincial departments and finally  bore fruit early this year. Great improvc-  The Peninsula*^;*��* .  Published Wednesduys nt Seclvdt  on B C.'s Sunshine Coast  . wby /  Powell River News Town Crier  .Sechelt 'limes Ltd.     '  '     Bo\ 310-Seciielt, B.C.  Subscription Rates: (In ndvnnco)  I.ocul, $6 per year,'Rcyonil 35 miles, $7.  U.S.A., $9, Overseas. $10,  Serving, the area jrom Fori Mellon to F.gmont  (tlttwt-.Soiiiiil to Jervis Intel)  but too frequently overlpok the simple  courtesy pf expressing appreciation.  ��� With a view to seeking additional  services and facilities in the future, it  might be a sound idea at this time for  Chambers of ��� Commerce, local government and other interested organizations  to give some thanks to the Departinehts  responsible, l-uither, let us not overlook' the lacl tliat our MI.A, the Hon  Isabel Dawson has also done a great  deal behind the scenes.  ll is a simple mailer to register'a  vote of thanks and requires little effort, ll does, however, mean a lol lo  the recipient and could \sell piove a  deciding faclor when further requests  are made, Aud, lei us makii no mistake,  ��^���^^^������^���" ��� ��� ��� ��� -��� ~������������irn-irJ-wnnnnjiM  ��    lhere will be many.  "iiick hi ��� 'g��j gwiia^***���** 't<��i'" *#*  in .  K'***  *,r    J4'  t      r  ,U"."MTl"1^lK��l JIWWi-, '<"��....}i,nj.K,n:."MU-mM v.w..ww^wi  r      *-  :;v. i  itf'A  ���"*   1  ^ *��� >  00**.  AA   *.-*���*    ��  *.S ���' ���  it /���*���*.'  ,  L*Ll,  I  eien  9ii ^ra&li  ion  low  f  HAS" EVERYTHING TO  FILL YOUR  GIFT  REQUIREMENTS  Pant Suits - Full range lingerie - Quilted  Housecoats���������-- Shoer Kais6r Panti Hoso in  all the new shades - A/lany dresses, long  and short for all occasions.  ��� , 'I. * ���  i, '       ' i  Evening wear, full range of sizes  -, Tam ar\d Scarf sets - Leafh^r purses  Costume Jewelry  i      ' .i  i        'i      i  "OPEN EVERY PAY TO  SERVE YOU"  SPECIAL ATTENTION TO.  I  -3,'r  %   \t     '  r   *  .  ih*T -  :V-I/N1L���/M.UN.I.IUIN IU_ ���_,.�����, ,-^Mvi  .  GENTLEMEN.        *'i..-.; VH  HELEN'S FASHION SHOP  Marlrto, Glbiorii " 8B6-9941  "T5  iL::-^~Stu:nii:~.-^.fJ.  *i<y.^ > ' <  \ " VII   ,'   ^   < j  *,*-*��� --K-LJi��  Madeira Park  Happenings  r  I     V��)i t*j  "A  Ml,..J    ���  r  ���by Pavld Hyatt/  , OflfsUNDAY, Bocember Oth, the Madeira ' *  '  ' and  Gihsons* junior teams, and  fhe ,  , jMftdoh'a -Park, Hohovts Creek: Division fi  ��� ' '^><nul f pla.vi'd. Genres woro: junior Madeira,  J  ~r\- Oi OitiMMis 7. Division Ti and fi Madeira's,1  5 ,3{aberts Ciet-U 2.  vU>    ;u   "Mr.   Hulm(M\ and   Mr.  Wishlove   are  ' ^ ���   * 'plckin.u an All Star Vloov Hockey Team  i '    _v|*l-ewmpoto ap.ainst lYnlnsulu schools,  < ���       \ ���' vrhe dnt^of' our concert has boon set  i?   '. ,'for-Dccomhcr 21st, Most rooms have hadt  \,   scvMMl"practices of plays or singing, The  '��� ,        choir is planning to go enrolling  ugaui  ,    UUs year around the Madeira Park ai;oa,    '  ,   btit -an actual dato has not yet heen sot.  /   - "  v. '^e teachovs had a floor hookey game  \v ���'' %c,\Vitb tbe lioys on Friday, December 3rd,   '  *    ,'���' 'A week earlier the teachers,had a vol-  \''-    " '' '^yl^iH game against the girls' team with  A  ,'   ' ,.ythei teachers winning. >  <���       ��� 'V, .'House standing: House III 03, House  H 33, House IV 2G. House 110.  *' 'li  ^b^ ' *',m not very-hnngryr-Triidtfau's^crackinR^down on-i cabinet leaks and11 hart ��� lo -nicmorlicraml ,  ..- i'    .Mvall��w'"the^nitni|tescW'tho'>'c<ibinet,.mccfiii{��!,t  ���i-; '      C    .'���     T    ��� ���-   -..,     '   '*��� \.V���     V.'|,.1 '.������..���...<,��� ���-'���'���''���-,'��� '  TOTEM CLUB  Q  ^n^ 3  \*i  FRIDAYS, 8:00 p.m.!  mmm hall  Jackpot $300  .  $75 TO GO  ^T DOOR PRIZE &  m0*000*wm*00M000m000*00000300*0000**00"*i  J\K yJ ': *.\  p    �����.'-y\  " '��� 0-.-.AJ  * w:  ���    JJ\  A<-'\*-A>-    *.   ^"^w.a.-:  *��� ��� ���' *      ' ��� ' 1 /      '       I  I   ~i ��� '0'    ii  ;' ',   '���   A'* V*?'   .' '  '    *-    ���      ���        ' . .. '���I'-i     ��� {   I     f'. \l ��� 4r*-     *        -T> *.-       i     *t  ��� :\- \i\- ���* ������   ���"    -       > 11   .    tr i'.v'Hr-ik ' -\*- ������   ��� -* ���   "   '""���''' v��'iw����l^'     Wl>,��.|ii.l'ti.,iMil����,i,'. 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"   * ���'.--'        V-0.' ^   �����  v>i    Vj    '�� '     .���   "    ;*  ���,��  '   '*. -. -'< '-'r~-    * ��� * .-.*0y ,:  *T     * J        *'t  t        r. \   <  ,j,-\*r.        \  I" rrtft    .,      *     t \  f        t  ���t,i:i-,,-.:|-   ^ :^^<'tyA  *4  ^.^   ' -'        "  k^.,vZ-/-''^. **.-A\   'A-   ���"?*���*;-   *** *        .  1 -  /     tot'fii bo opiimintlo and onsumo    la Just how you will bb troatod, You     monsafioa IIKothqonoyoti aro now    ttomoono whllo Itopnlrod, your  you don't havq nn nccbiontrPf I)lt' will boflnoorprlnted.asKod for alias',   . rpndlnn.AddtothlQtholfiOloflovoi1-    liability covoraiio was void anyhow.  Breathalizer ssffS."2t  nny porkod cjam. Or ��pood. Lot'o an->    rollnvod of your bolt, tlo, t3hooloooo,     nl huhclrocl dollnra you'll oponcl on n ' Your Inourarioo company will pay  1 ntiipo you fitny nt tho pnrly lopflor    ond powonal posoesalona, allowed  ' "Iriwyorarol you'va droppefd qylto n tho olnlm, but thoy mny domanU nh  llinn you pinnnod and hud throo or    ono phono call, nnd bo plnood Ih a     bundle.                   '. paymont from you,.'',���,.,      '       i  loiirdrlnkn-onoufiiuodilnKtomako    coll. In.lho mornlno,your breakfast   \'   ��� ���������           '  you lonnily impnltnd, All In aood    will bo elld undortho baro of tho coll     M Oiinnonoinn Fvon If you ^r��i;i�� s    ��. .   .      J-'"  , tol|owr.lilp,.AILwllliQutjnallco,And_,dq6r,,Y0uwillflndthonlah^  turcomoroaoon.younioBtoppod,   .   Inflnndhavoplontyoftlmotorofloot,     had no rhtioh na "n onrklnn tlckot In hwpimk|  nvwirmwIlnoQurt  In tho moantlmo, yourwlfo nnd   ��� ffl^?��Mvihfl��K roportora, Innomo omnl|oroom-  Haro'o wlmt fo dxpoct:                  children will bo worried, dlatroaaod, :. Z'KJSurrioht to fflvo rovlSSI : munllloo, your oonvlollon will mako  ., ond��..flht.yW��od,                   ���'���SJW��B^^ aTvS?!^<ffl SI'.S  m. t��"                "                '   Vohlclo9.OnhlaJudfldttiont nnd your ��� .ffin M&S  trembly adopt ntnpouina Impaired    J FlOBS ^o^SKSSS-    bo'SoTonlf SSffiM "MSW SJI St all thK  drvorn.Thoroarndo/on'iDftolllnlo                     roporr.corrobornted    po ono montn, tnroo montno,oix .1    ...        *    ^���   .n[i.irat.a'  ^J,iS^;^              ISK'Jfflffn^^ffl'^-'  '"0"lho'oroYon'ndbfln.��oly. gn^^ ^ ff5t8,SS  boatikodlocubmittoftbroathaltzor    normally result In a convlcllon. Tho                                    ...      , BOo|aiea Wroad. It la tho coup do  toot. Thin lo man(|���i���,y and refusal    J^J^^p��� ^*    5 hSUraPCG JM^SJ' KoSu7��K~li^onowook  can result in nofioimctuirfloo. If you    ^^y"���"r1,^0??arf ^f^'       ,,"/��� ^op,ntflnoa allorifio trial,  lnwn ��6nmimod onoiuih to nlvo you    ��d In Brltlfih Columbln nlono dur-/ find Inwyoro. Whon your Innurnnco A   '     "'?��  n,on rondiniiiyouonnho clinraod    Inp 1^1, If Iho dudao letn you off    company two oil about It, your  with Impaired diivlnn                     vvl"1 n *2eo ,l110 f��r t'l0 flrot of-    Innuronoo premium will bo nur- Thono oro tho hard cold fnotn of  ... fonco, you can connldor yournolf ��� oliorfind. That mennn your Inmirnnco ���/, how a Jovial evonlnn enn turt) Into o  Jail Very likely, you will bo    lueky.'lorhavlnn ncctimulQtndton    rntoa will soar until you enn provo nlQhtmnro.Thn police hnvn neon too  MM" Wind nvnrnidht, For lho ., penalty polntn, the Guporlntendonf    yoursnlf a uood rink ttflnln, That many dead children to havo much  nvernno olllnm, tliln n ti torrlfylnn    ��f Motor Vehlnlen will nmtonn yon    could Inkoyon'ra If you Imvo no moro pntlonno.Tho courln Imvo hoard too  .oxperlnnoo.impniinddiivinncomoa    n charfio ot WB,00 whldh will bo    problomo. And horo'flnnothor point many troasiik&to olvo you much  - - -- - - ��ndQr.thoCiinilnulCuiio,��ndthftt    uoodtopay for publlolnlprmotlon AoponilQullmlyouliiJtmdorM^  A\  Governmentof BrfflahCoUimMn ^fSjf  Him, Losfta r, patumm, O.G,  Motor-VcblcloUrnnch''fl^&t,K Amra6y-Q0ttert3l       .��  l'i r   i   ''  I   J Patrol*  Helps municipality *  0.   ���'  Pill"- ���  ^KHfoV SUNSHINE  COAST RCMP  Highway Patrol  Stringent regulations soon  for food handling premises  COUNCIL   of   Sechelt   has   long  .lacked  adequate' bylaws regarding operation  of premises put Mo use for sale of food-  ' stuffs,-Both Council and health inspector  -.have shown some rel,uctance~Ho take de^  cisive aeUon in the past but announcer  ment this week by Health Minister Ralph  Loffmark indicates a new approach to  the problem eady^next year,  On Apr-il I, 1972, a r^v^egulation  governing the operation of food promises  will come into force throughout British  Columbia. . ,  By Order-in-Council, all operators of  restaurants and catering, businesses .will  be required to have a valid permit issued  on an annual, renewable basis by the  local Medical Health OfficeiV The regur,  ACCOUNTANTS  RALPH C. DUCKWORTH  CHARTERED ACCOUNTANT  Telephone: 885-9515  SECHELT, B.C.  (QUESTIONS: portainlnfe to traffic laws  stud driving methods may be submitted to Const. Ron Mangan, c/a The' Peninsula Times, Box 310, Sechelt, B.C. or"  phone   0115-2200),  Q. Is il .safe to mount my regular type  snow tires on the rear wheels when the  front wheels  have radial tires?  A. Don't mix your tires. Motorists are  warned ,of the danger of mixing diffoiv  out"'typesftff automobile tires. The danger  of intermixing has increased sharply because of. the large number of'different  new tire types and sizes. The tires should  not be mixetl because they differ greatly"  in performance when supporting similar  loads, in their side slippage and even in  braking. Because of these differences, the  vehicle's handling characteristics may be  seriously affected by. intermixing . the  . tires.      ��� . .      <r"  ���Tests show the most common effect of  intermixing tires is a fistrtailing, weaving  condition. .Motorists are advised to follow  the recommendations in the vehicle's  Owner's Manual or of a reputable tire  dealer. .  New tires should bo mounted on the  rear wheels for-better traction and handling and 'should he broken in by limiting speed to 60' mph where permissible  f6F the first >50 miles. For the, highest  degree of safety, fit all four wheels with  thp same type of tire-bias or belte^l-bias ���  oiM-adial ply. .This applies to snow tires���  if your regular tires are bias, fit bias  snow tires on the rear wheels. If -your  regular tires are radial, put radial show  tires on rear wheels. It. is extremely dangerous to inter-mix bias, belted-bias, or  radial tires on wheels on the same axle.  , It is similarly rhost dangerous to inter,-  mix radial. tires br the new "(10 series"  tires with other lire sizes or types. They  shou Id be used in complete sets. The  radial of "00 series" tires should not be  applied to any vehicle unless they are  approved by the tire or vehicle manufacturer. Car owners who insist on taking a chance by Intermixing tires should  at least ensure that tires of the same type    *�����������������������������������������������������������������  are,niounted on wheels on the same axle.~-r-^|^,|";Stll?PLIES  Q. Will, you tell me what, the law has  to say about the legality of hitch-hiking  and tho giving of rides to hitch-hikers?  Is there not the possibility in (he evcint  of a serious. accident involving a hitchhiker, of the driver-owner of the car  being sued for everything he is worth?  A. Section 172(3),states "No .person  shall be on a roadway for the purpose  of soliciting a ride, employment, or business from an ?occupant of any Vehicle."  lation will be'known as '[Regulation Governing .the Sanitation and Operation of  Food Premises", Exceptions are those premises in which only  prepackaged' non-  perishable food -is offered for  sale and  thoso-premises in which foqd is prepared  or served by.voluntary caterers.     t  ,  /  The voluntary caterer, however, must  meet with certain requirements concerning   personal, health   standards" and  hy-  -giene, In other words, he must wash his  hands  and   refrain  from  smoking while  'handling food and be^lTcc'from any form  of communicable disease,  The Minister of Health Services and  Hospital insurance, the Honourable Ralph  ��� R,   Loffmark,   announcing "the~new  re-  - operator will be required to m^ke ejp*  plication to his local Medical" Health Of*  fie'er and will havo to satisfy the health  "-nauthority  ^s- to  his- ability,  to  handle  ���Jfoods safely. He must show that he,vhas,~  sufficient'knowledge of his business and .  haVo "adequate equipment Ur ensure tbQ'  .    safety "of the public,"  ,  j      Vending .machines are covered by the ���  regulations and where food is served it  mu.st come from an approved soifrce and  every  care  must   be   e^cercised^ in   the  operation of vending machines.  ��S ^r    ~,  Mr Loffmark,added, "The regualions  provide a��� uniform standard ior all food  handlers and govern the entire operation  of commercial food premises. Volunteer  food handlers suchas church supper or-  ganiSrXM.s and many other similar groups  are covered by sections concerning personal hygiene. The increasing incidence  of ,-lood- poisoning outbreaks has made  these i emulations necessary. They" have"  received the full support of the Canadian  Restaurant Association and-are in-the best  Wednesday/ December 15, 1971   - The Peninsula Times  Page A-3  gujatiofls today said,. 'W food'prero*i-sesKgin^esls ��.f both operator.and customer,''  Port Mellon Auxiliary  final meeiing of year  DECEMBER meeting of the Po*t Mellon  Auxiliary to St. Mary's Hospitarwas  held on Wednesday Dec. 8th at the home  of Mrs. Margaret Gill in^ Langdale. There  were 14 members present, A new mem-  ���beiv_AiJrs. Florence Harris was welcomed  .into the grpup,  At the request of the president, Mrs,*  Gill, the nominaTitfg committee presented the new slate of officers for 1972-73,  President Doreen Pockar; vice president  Frances Walts; treasurer- Rita Hincks;'  publicity Mona ��mith.  Mrs. GilL'ofiiciated at the traditiohal  candlelight ceremony for'the installation  of the officers.  Florence Harris will be installed* as  secretary in January. The meeting concluded with a very delicious Christmas  'luncheon and the exchange of gifts.  WW PICK UP on Peninsula (at"  our convenience) yovtt Outboard  | Motor for. Overhaul,  Repair or  Winterfration wittflFREE Winter  Storage 'til Spring.  Boat Storage Available  lid.  _  : ,  Pender Harbour  883-2266  mmmamM  Telephone: 886-2912  GIBSONS, B.C.  W. Philip Gordon  CHARTERED ACCOUNTANT  Tel:  Bus.  886-2714,  Res. 886-7567  Hprris Block, Gibsons, B.C.    -  APPLIANCE REPAIRS  Guaranteed Repairs ''  Fast Service  WASHERS - DRYERS - RANGES  RADIO - TELEVISION - STEREO  TRAIL 8AY ENTERPRISES  Davis Bay 885-9318  Carry in/carry out service on small qppliances,  toasters,  irons, frypans, portable heaters, hair  dryers, mix masters, vacuums etc  BUILDERS (continued)  TRICON DEVELOPMENTS LTD.  CUSTOM HOMES - PRE-FAB HOMES  High Quality .. .Reasonable Prices *  Buy a Package and eree* it yourself,, or get  .our professional help.  GARDEN BAY, B.C. - Phone Eves. 883-2723  BUILDING SUPPLIES     ""  READY-MIX CONCRETE AND  BUILDING SUPPLIES  Your One Stop 8gi|ding Stpre  For All YqUr Building Needs  GIBSONS BUILDING SUPPLIES LTD  1653 Seaview - Phone 886-2642  ELECTRICIANS  (Cont.)  JIM McKENZIE  " ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR  Residential Wirinb and Major  Appliance' Repairs  PHONrE^885=9978  Box 387, Sechelt, B.C.  FUEL ,  c  p.  Telephone 886-2069  ROSE & ART ENTERPRISES  Pottery/Supplies, classes & firing  dealer for Duncan's Ceramic product!  Pine Rd, & Grandview Ave.  P.O. Box 62, Glbioni, B.C.  AUTO SERVICE  shoulder** uf t|^lll^U^^^i!t^j^!^iVg;;;ho  is  not   biealci^fililH;^  he is .sUiiKlingqija thu triivclled' porHoiv of  lhe highway  it is illegal.  I  understand  Ihal.   Victoria   In. contemplating    taking  stepji to "plug" this loop-hole, As fur as  tho driver of a ear. picking up a hitchhiker, this can he legal or illegal depending, on the elrcumstaiices. If lho_ driver  ,  pulis completely".i|ff, the travelled pprlioil  of'the  highway  (almost-   impossible  to  find   such   a   pliice   on   Hwy   101)   and  picks up. the hitchhiker'this is okay, It  becomes illegal when the drivei-stops in  his <rwn  lane or jupt partially pulls off "  the   highway   and   the   free   pussago   of  traffic on Ihe highway Is obstructed, This  "In,a  finnablo offence) Up to' $20,. As  frtr  your  second   <|iios(ion   j   woiihU.jjnuglnu  hu  could   lie sued "but  Ihen   I'm   not  u  lawyer-���that's ii civil ihatter, ''  Our Lady; oft Lourdes  Church sadly missed  OUU Ij'ncly of |<()urdos Church, -Sechell,  which was tleslroyed by fire in Oc-  lober lf>7D Is still missed by many people  especially those who shared many Jobs  . and sometimes sorrow wilhin lis lofty,  and vory beautiful Interior,  Mvery your Mm,l I'Yimoes Gibson of  Heatlle visits IwrhrollinrH, Mr, John .Ipe  and ,Mr, .Solomon .loo and Mielr familUm  in Hcfhelt'l'or (Jhristmiis, and every year  she brlngji wllh h<M' a ilouiillon ror l|io  church,  TIiIh yeur Mm, Gibson has worked for  many long hours croi'luillng four lioiuill-  1 fully piilleriii'd Ci'lsii-crosii purses which  are to bo nilTUul lo raise funds during Mm  coining ymii', The llomeiiiiikurs' Club will  bo in I'liiirge of lho laffloH, Milking Ihe  pin-nun which sell for pCi to $411, wuh, ii  true labour of love I'or Mrs, Gibson suf-  ,**"7()rrwilirwihHiir7;iiHi''!,yorir','ihirt-"Vory"  (liivout 'ludy M|>mil mIk monlliM crochotlng  n luce lablccloih 'which wiiH iiIno rnl'fled  lo raltiu. fu-udH,  At (JhrlslmiiM-lliiio the church Is parll-  culiirly iiiIhmikI by llio many pooplo who  hIiuiviI In Ihe celebration of Clirliilmiui  nl Mlilulglil Mass In' lho lilHlorlo church  which Nlood as a proud landmark for so   many yvnrt*,    ��� ...,....,...,,���,...,     ���..,....���  ';!|��!IIKIEI!l��lllllllimimimiMIII������l!lt!JI!l!!t!!r!ir(M  SUPERMARKET LTD.  formorly E&M  Coniplotd Lino of Gifts,  Grooorios, Wovoltloa  SECH!W#$&EpERWCEi.  TWIN CREEK BUILDING SUPPLIES  DIAL  Gibsons 886-2291 - Sechelt 885-2288  WHEN YOU NEED BUILDING SUPPLIES  GIVE.US A GALL  FREE ESTIMATES  Free Estimates - Fast Service  "G & W DRYWALL  Drywall acoustic and textured ceilings.  Now servings Gibsons ared and the Peninsula.  Phone 884-5315  Box 166, Port Mellon, B.C.  GULF BUILDING SUPPLIES LTD.  Your Irly Bird Dealer  Phone 885-2283 Sechelt, B.C.  W - Good??Year Tires , '  '..���i--.      .��    (���:'"������     .   _'Ai    ���      '������M\'-:yi  24 Hour Towing ^  885^2812 or 885-9979  automotive undercoating  sjeam cleaning ,  complete car clean-up  simonIzing""'    ,  .   Esslcmont Equipirienl' Services  Phone 886-2784      ������.  Box 436, Gibsons, B.C.  ^  BAWKS. ��� a , ..,.���,  a ,;��� >���,.  ��"���"���""��� ���"��� '���������"' -1"|     ' '"       ' ���������!���> l>llm   ���     "     " ��� IIIWII'1111���W....W  ROYAL BANK OF CANADA  SECHELT DRANCH���Phono 005-2201  *     GIDSONS DRANCH���Phono 886-2201  HOURS:  Socholt! Tues,-Thurs. ,10 q,m.-3 p.m,  Fri, 10 a,m,-6 p.m.; Sal, )0a,m.-3p,m,  Glbi6ns: Mon,-Thurs, IQ a,m.-3 p.m,  Fri, 10 a,m,-6 p.m,  BLASTING ~  CONTROLLED BLASTING  ALL WORK INSURED.  FREE ESTIMAUb      '  FRED DONLEY  Pondor Harbour - 883-2403  ���_���,^^ SERVICES  For Expert Blasting  , fREE ESTIMATES,  ,  Phono 005-2304 L. C, Emorson  II No Aniiwor l-uovo Mosnnao ot  - 083-2763 or flB(i.737/  R.R. 1, Socholt, B.C,  :$>i)&.*u*kti*.v& ������   J      '������&���'.''.'��� ���Y'U-V'.'a.a-.v' .'j i.  >.,'.^itf ���"������', ������Jlm,A'[JJ W'^'J-  rJA::..-,'   ���   ���'    J  -':y&,^,.&&'*'m':-it-b-'.:W *i'*F'$:fypJy py^^ 'A.  AA--JJJ-AyiAmA. J\'-J"A- ���      J-'-K������ '���' WAJJJ^'APWy^AAAw  ANADIAN     PROPANE  Serving the Sunshine Coast with reliable and  economical Cooking, Heqtirfg and Hot Wot6r.  FREE ESTIAAATES  Phone 885-2360  Wharf and Dolphin * Sechelt, B.C.  RNIE WIDMAN  for all your  ,SSO PRODUCTS  IMPERIAL ESSO DEAL  Phone 883-2663  Madeira Park, B.C.  For Your Fuel Supplies  DANNY WHEELER  your  IMPERIAL ESSO AGENT  886-9663 - Hopkins Landing  FURNACES ^������  MACHINE SHOP  At the Sign of the Chevron  HILL'S MACHINM^OP  & MARINE SERVICE LTD.  .   "Machine Shop ���- Arc and Acty Welding  Steel Fabricating ��� Marine Ways  Automotive and Marine Repairs  Standard Marine Station  Phone 886-7721   Res, 886-9956, 886-9326  EVIARINAS  GIBSONS MARINE SERVICE LTD,  at ESSO MARINE  Gas t Diesel Repairs - Welding  v '   Evinrude Sales - OMC Parts & Service  Boat Hdyling  ROOFING AND FLOORING  CALL STAN HILSTAD  about your  ROOFING AND FLOORING NEEDS  Phone 866-2923  Gower Point Road  SECOND  HAND  DEALERS  Phone 886-7411  Gibsons, B.C.  NURSERY  MACK'S NURSERY - Roberts Creek  Landscaping �� Shrubs - Fruit Trees -' Fertilizer  Berry Plants - Bedding Plants - Peat Moss  Fully Licensed Pesticide Spraying for       Landscaping and Trees  Sunshine Coast Hwy. - Ph, 886-268  OPTOMETRIST  GIBSONS SWAP & SHOP  BARGAINS  Located behind  MacGregor Pacify Realty Ltd,  Gibsons, B.C.  SEWIWG MACHINES  UNSHINE  EWING  ERVICE  FREE HOME DEMONSTRATION  REPAIRS AND SERVICE ON ALL MAKE?  Mrs. Mono Havies - 885-9740  Bernina & Omegw  Sales, Parts, $eryice  SPORTING GOODS  CLIFF'S BOATS  & accessories iim*.  FRANK  E.  DECKER, OPTOMETRIST  Bal Block - Gibsons  ���    Every Wednesday  >    Fishing Supplies *��� Boats new and  AJsed , . . Large & Smqll  885-9832 ~* Seche8'  <iui;}i..-i,   886*2248  t.ii  OCEANSIDE FURNITURE &  CABINET SHOP  \  HARDWOOD SPECIALISTS  FINE CUSTOM FURNITURE  1   KITCHEN AND BATHROOM CABINETS  Our Cabinet Units Are All Preflinshed Before  Installation.    ,  ,  R, BIRKIN ��� Beach Ave,/ Roberts Creak, B.C.  Phono 886-2551  CONTRACTORS  COAST BACKHOE 8. TRUCKING  LTD. *  Fill, CementrGravel, brain Rock, etc,  Box 89, Madeira Park  Phono 883-2274  I & H SWANSON LTD,  READY-MIX CONCRETE  Sand and Grovel - Backboes  Dltchlna �� Excavations  OFFICE IN BENNER BLOCK  885-9666, Box  172, Socholt, B.C.  BRICKLAYING  , A. SIMPKINS  Box 517 "Socholt, B.C.  Phono 005-2132  BUILDERS  OPtN-Z  V;(K) n,m.  DAYS A.WECK  ,   COR ZUIDEMA  For All Your Ronnvollom, Ropcilra  and Cabinet Work,  Phono 005-2U5  K):flO|),tn,  Pernio ond Pat Shalagan  Hvw 101 Phono 005-9414  ^iiiHiHifflmniinmiimmnmniiiiiiimiiiiiimmrtsJ  PLY-CONE DEVELOPMENTS 8.  HOUSING CORP. LTD.  ���.^ Si-inshtno*-Co*osr-arirt-l6lnnrt!i ^^   CONVENTIONAL, MODULAR ANP PRCFAH  Wo llovo ATliniihonrniloo-i���  Our Pilc��"�� Aro Cnrppollilvn  Colt Nothlno T�� Coll 085-?7A7 - 805-9618  . W��li�� Bo* 676 * iechelt, B.C.  USETHIS  BUSINESS DIRECTORY  TO REACH        '  1    10,000 PEOPLE  TI-|E TIMES; 885-9654 t  PHONE 885-9550  RON'S CONTRACTING  Cloarlno - E^cavnllons - Rood Bulldlno  Grndlnp - Fill - Rpad Grayol - Crushocl Rock  Phono: Socholt 005-9550  Land Clearing - Road Building  Troo Topping - Soloollvo Logging  PETE DUBOIS  Telophono 003-2417  R,R, 1, Madeira Park, P,C,   -  .;PISPOSAL..:SERVICES���...���  SUNSHINE COAST DISPOSAL  SERVICES LTD,  PORT MI;LI.0H| lo OI.E'5 COVE  Toh 006.2930 or 005-9973  Olll Uf* Tor Your PI��|Wt.nl Noudu,  Whon Ronovollna Or Sprlno Clonnlna,    .  ConlalmUH Avnllablo,, ,     ���-���*  ,' ELECTBICIAMS         ^.���_,...  ACTON ELECTRIC LTD.  [IflMfloiillnl,. Indimlrlal nnd Moilno Wlrlno  |-|oc(r|c Honl . Ulno WoiK  Phono 886-7244  Residential ,,-,��� Comnnorctal..��, Indui^rial  SIM ELECTRIC LTD.  Gov't Coijlflod Eloclriclaiv.i  Phono Day or Evo.. 885-2062  BILL McPHEDRAN  ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR  Free Estimates ���  Phono 886-7477 - Glbioni, p,C,  I  ��� ESSO'6IL FURNACES  No down payment - Bank interest  Ten years to nay  For free estimate���Coll 886-2728  Complete line of appliances  HAIRDRESSERS  ANN'S COIFFURES  in tho Bal Block "  Next to the Co-op Store  Gibsons 886-2322  ��� '���   ������ ' y:.:.���;.'~A~-A ��� -  SECHELT BEAUTY SALON  Dianho Allen, Proprietor  Export Hair Styling  Cowrie St., Phone  Sechelt, B.C, 885-2818  HEATING & SHEET METAL  HALL SHEET METAL  Domestic - Commercial.* Industrial  Telophono 005-9606  Box 164, Socholt, B.C.  [SURVEYORS  'lv*'-"aa^V^V.;-ft);:i.:.'^i-ilM.l.IVl-aa  ttttt  J-llJJLt'H*  TTi iV.i  PHOTOGRAPHERS  OIL FIRED WARM AIR HEATING  OIL FIRED WATER HEATERS  NAIhlno Pown -- 10 Ynors To Pay  LIqIiI Plumblno       ���    ���,-���.,  Roy Blancho Madolra Park  883-2401 883-2778  IRONWORKS ___.   PENINSULA ORNAMENTAL  WROUGHT IRON RAIUNlVi  AND MISCEU.ANKOUS ORNAMnNTAL  IRON WORK  Phono 0067029 - 006.7036 - 006-7220  ,      .',   ; r-M-ll ESTIMATE  JANITOR SERVICE  Welcome jo The Fioortihino Coast  HQWE SOUND  JANITOR SERVICE  5pw|nllsln In Clqnnlno ��� Floor Wnxlno  Sproy Hiilflna - Window Clonnlna  ,.   RUG SHAMPOOING"  Phono 886-7131 - Gilmoni, B.C.  JOHNSON'S  ���-- ��� PUaPINQ-MAINTENANCE��� -���������-  SpnV.lalUIng Ini  Tnp��r llnnolno, iniorlor ^ liKlmlm rlci.omiliio,  Hun Cloonlno, All lyp"i of Pulldloo  1 Mnlnienonco, Tloor Inilnllnlloti,  Wlbilow Clponlno.  ' PirOME fi��5 m 5 AFTER * P.M.  fin* 64% * Sor.bolt, 0,C,  l��ow cost - Hlqh power'  ��� Your Business Catrl ���  In thin4 space will i  (      roach nearly 10,000 pcoplol  PENINSULA PHOTOGRAPHERS  A Complete Photographic Service   .  WEDDINGS - PORTRAITS -- PASSPORTS  COMMERCIAL  C. ABERNETHY  Gibsons. B.C. - Phono 086*7374      .  or 8867? 15        .    ,     /  0****m*m0********0*0***00*****m00**000mm**m*0*00**********0**0  PLUMBING AMP  HEATING  SEASIDE PLUMBING  Gibsons  1       Plumbino - Plpefltllno - SteamflUlno  .    |-|at Woler HaolInQ - Pipe Lnogino  FREE ESTIMATES  Phone 886-7017  oi 886-2840  Repairs r Altornllons ���* New Instqllatlans ."  LAURIE'S  PLUMBING &  HEATING  LTD.  Gov't, Cmllflcil Pliimlmr"^-' 24 |-|ou> Sorvici?  Phono 886-2406  GENERAL DEUVERY - SF.CHE^T, B.C.  006-9533 ��� PENINSULA  PLUMBING LTD.  Solos,cmi) Sorvlco  Pnnia,  Hnhllno Supplies, Powcolt Appllnncos,  Sorvlco  and   Repairs lo  Water  SyMoms  and  Pumps, Froo IzMi'matto,  ,,,  ' Supplies for Iha Po-il-Yoursolfor  Jock Manliall Jack McLood  006-9620 005-4460  Norm MncKny, 886-7770  F���,������....��� <|��| ill aM��M��M��������������M������  RENTALS  '  "RENT IT ATV  THE RENTAL SHOP  or Dovl�� Bay  "W�� Rout or Soil Alrnoni EYoryllilno"  Typtiwillois �� Llohtina PlonlB - Television*  Roio THIqfb�� Commit Mlxom. Uovvn Roko��  PHONE fl8S-284B -A, 2-] HOUR SERVICE  f  ��.'w'i '���'��*��� ���iiiiiiim' win. III.K ��� ��� Ill' 1 ���   \lliVX!':  '���'U '��� , . I  RETAIL STORES  C & S HARDWARE  SECHELT, B.C.  APPLIANCHS -"' HARDWARE  IIOMR FURNISHINGS  Pltono 885-9713  :- ��� ^^riW-Rpyr^^v/AGENAAR1'  B.C' Land Surveyors  Marine Bullding'f' Pbrpois�� Bay  '���Sechelt, B,Cv.'  885-2332 or ZEnith 6430  TIR'E^^/; ��������� ,."������,��� ������:���-, , ,.T. ������  ���   COASTAL TIRES  Sunshiny Coosf Highway  Box 13, Gib��ori��, B.C.. Phono 006-2700  SALES AND SERVICE  All Brand? Aval Iqble  Monday to Saturday 8:30 a,pi, to 5!3p'p,m, '  , i.,   Friday, evening hy appointment only,,...,,  TOWING  .      ���-������U.fl.l.-II.W -   !���-������������llll���HI ..���Il-I    -!���-    IIIMII I W^l-..��� win!.��� .���H���0*0  Scows ,r���' Log�� ���;'  SECHELT TOWING & SALVAGE  -������������ ,,r   : ' LTD,  Heqyy Equipment Movlno 4 tog Towlnp  >     t   L, HIGGS  ,.     Phone 885-9425  TRANSFER  LEN WRAY'S TRANSFER.  Household Movlno, Packing. Storad*    ���  packlno Materials For, Salff��]  Me'mbur of Allied Van hlmK, ',  Canada's No, I Moven        ,  Phone 886-2664, R.R. 1, Glbson��, B.C  "nii^^EN'FFRANSFER LTD,        ,  WAREHOUSES  Gibsons 006-2172  i     PAILY SERVICE FROM VANCOUVER  SERVING THE SECHEl^T PENINSULA   "T  FurnlUiri^ to apyvyhoro In Canada,  Ganaral Fralaht. Uw-bod and heavy haiiUnfl  '0mmmm00^0m0mmrmm00mmm0m0m*0m00m0m0mm*mm00m*mm000t0tm00m  TV. nnd RADIO  SUNSHINE COAST TV, SALES  & SERVICE LTD,  ADMIRAI, and TiECTROHOME PHALERS  Gordon Ollyor   -   Ed Nicholson '  In Tho Heart Of Downtown Sechelt  Bok 799. Socholt 885-9816  ;  . CI.O!irp ON MONDAYS  Phono 883-2513  THE TOGGERY  |.nrlloa' qrxtl Children's Wear  Opon nix ilayn n vyoek  ���Phono.A85-2063.  ���   '  """*""" CoiVfId Strflot, Socholt ���������-���-'"  TASELLA SHOPMB  IJorlio-.' - Mon'8 - Children's Woor  Ynr��l Gtxxh ��� Peddlop �� Llnorw  Dial 885 9331  ��" SectiOlt; B.C.  Use Diego spaces to  ,    roach nearly 10,000 ppoplo  -'���ovory WeoM    ,  HARBOUR SUPPLIES  BERNARD GERICK  P,0, Bok 158  Madolra Park, B.C.  UPHOLSTERY  BELAIR CUSTOM UPHOLSTERY  AND DRAPERIES      '(  Reupl��olM*rlr��g' ��.r*��*tyUng��a, Compl*t�� Oroprry  Smvltfl . Snniplfi* dliown In tlitx homo  rhono 006-2030 aftor 6 p.m.  or 886-2873  ^^.^��M.,.w.^��^w^-^��^��M*w��i��*w^*-i'��^ii'.-��a.i,ii.,>ii,,,MiiiMi n'wuinn mmimmimiiiimifm^mmi...**,*  YOUR AD IN TH|,$ DIRECTORY  ���    REACHES ,45^) HOMES  '"-a ' ��� ' ^ . I j . ��� .   \    ,     , ^ ^  C   ��� \  ���, ,\     .  "i  .  f'  ���/*���:  rl,       -  ��    i'  . y*  i i  to  k  I*. ���  /;!  "'70'  ���f  , *��� '  ��� /.  r  -1  It- -  e.  1 ^  ���- *-��  ��*  3. 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J-   . ,�����   -JA^.^.yJJ        [     ,'2'���'"'    \    ",'   <  "V?-     'v '/"'"   ��� >������ J���������������* ���    '���'������* i ',* r"--1.' *"-> r^~t iv    <������'���!, "., \*   1* \ \ ��� ' -      -.   ,- ��� ''���'    ���       --���--.- ,       , v     .  ,�� y *-**.if*irf*J.r0*f.'^. f*^y '. V yWVVy** *r WyAyj j5-  ' j ��� t A .* *<. yJ \- \ - ' ^ ,  **?*J*S\S*^ n Mj* fi$f\J*.f\0*\.r.j*.a^r*r*f*,v * ****** &^0**r -* v v  V      .   > /���  I i   '   .  *". >V!'. '--V'''  ��,s** ".  , ,*    y'  > (  ,SVJ:J ��  t?T<-Y:?i  ,   '    Aji   I    *  r* lt~*'   '  wmtmmmGamemm  ,1   -      rti^JY^hA,*  1.  ����� ?  ���sasaasaa  ^J  ��.  /-" /-��  //-.  ,1  ,*     j, ..  < ^     V  1  ���" K     '   h.  V -.'     'i  ^ i "f  ���*���  'HU  Sales <��t Setr^ke  For those you really valuo *A  a ^  o  In the heart  We sell fof less  ���than   .       ,  Vancouver prices.  We give better  than Vancouver  service.  ' Sale Prices:  lOnly                         ^  %�����.  25^COLOR TiV. A.  ^��Q  ��� Only ^/|  19" COLOR T,V  ^g|  1 Only  25" ADMIRAL COLOR     ^ j^  'Wds'$d49'Z2::::::":Ndwr 3  1 Only  25*' ELECTROHOME $^j  COLOR was $749   NOW ^ffl  M  give a real value  "iSi^  ��� *,  ^0**  From:  t- m  Start Here  Values  }���'*    ���     -.���:���  ���Galore  *'\<* *%\y   Excellenr  SelecHon   Of   Quality   Gift  ���    {. %f  Items. Drop In And Browse.  &  * ...���-..  !��t��*^^l����S��iW^"<'��*<*<��fii���*��liiat��*��t�������'���*���<��*{l  . Fine Selection  "v  Jt  ".  STIHIfO; 'IQUflPMIE^?. #  See the   > LLQYD'S 401  PORTABLE STEREO  8-TRACK  RECORDER-PLAYER  'S^iiiSat^^^^jsist^stiMSti^^  GUITARS      ^ ^S^fpH VlWE  from J CHIttsNMAS TREES  ^  $39.50  .a,.-|p,,.,.,  $69.50  .. ._   See Our 19" Admiral  AColorful Ones.  Also Stereos -Consoles  ' *      /Portables  t^f,   ������: -;' .-���' '���������'���'r'>'jRpmOS-'    '        ������"'   ��  SECHELT - PHOWE 885-9816  o  <��t  Realistic artifiolcjI ; 'treps  with thick, bushy  branches, gracefully and  naturally sha|  life like  St  appearance. ^o iS*?ft.  urdy     vinyl    branches      J^6 *f'J       �� ,*  m   l)o  decorated   vvillv   ^Jfl>^>',"  >|  electric   lights   and   tie-  ,*J?.   ,w  corotions. '      _       Ji"."^ -if  A" ���ir^~A:i.\%.!3\9$  a ,  ^.$19,95 A  J.i%u.4s  m.m*m.*\m^  n  ��*  \$  *  *5  *  *i  ���AT- THE  50% Reduction:  on all toys and Christmas  Decorations  10% Reduction  on all records and tapes  from NOW to Christmas  Large Selection of 8 Track  Horrte,S.<st$��� S'lilClll  As Low As... ....1:..,,..'; ���    j[-��5r  Tapo Carrier Sct^���12 - 18 - 24S  3��y3 "^ ii-  8 Track Car Tape  Deck from  Welafea  selection of  hmlkm  Chesterfield Suites  Bedroom Suites  '"\>*i ��� y   Dining Room Suites  '.'.,,:,Dinettes:,,.-���  For Tho Lady Of Tho House  Throughout the Store  December 12th to 24th  >r  <3r  ���$&*���  riS*  ,0ft:  10.  W3H>  BEATTY WASHER AND  DRYER  HM    PAIR  #.  $1  Ul  *  Large selection��of  JJ.tA'Dihner^y\fareJSotS'  20 Ench Black & White &*�� i  Portable TVs *^JLJ  19 Inch Portable ,  Colour TV ,   .  20 inch Portable &  Colour TV  26 inch Cabinet ��cnith ^ Ai  Chromocolour TV  "��^  Small Portablo Radios /m j  for the Mddio* from J?��**  Round Plastic T>V. Tray* ma t  in Colours ,.,,,;.... ; .v        Jt'%t  Small Appliances   "J'SllvorJiynro-SotG-  * 'ill,',"   'slwl(,  '*..  At Cliff's Boats  1 -J'  & Accessories  *&*  ���tUrii  \'  5% So  *���'  �����  FUOTURECO.  " scciioi't7'B;c;r":"'   Phono ��|05-2O50  for the kids  Fishing Rods and Equipment  Dart Boards - Archery Sots  Mitt�� Etc.   : - .,,.,F.or,,,,Dad& ,���.���...,,,.,...,,,,  Air-O-Coll Life Vests  Primus Stdvcs and Hoators  //J        Flshl^ Rods - Tackle Bonos  -iftJ*.  -���Efjulpment'-ond-^reryt^hlniy���  fri-    , For Tha Boat  ^'^tfimiplX*^^  ��� i       ���    ��� ?��"'������'.- A Vte%f���l���k'','v,f,  it  KM  This annual  Ctor/sfmqs Sale  is our way  of saying  "Thank You"  t  for tho support  ��� *, *  throughout'  tho year.  Take  .. advantage  of the  storowido  reductions on  all mercharidisQ   for your1   A��  regular  shopping  or Gift*  soloctlons.  JOowrie Street  Sechelt  Phone 985-2063  ....   ..���.-��� ,.  i ,. 'i,i  i  01  M<*C&s  0*0     i  fl 0  o  N<   Qtoldron<i  <5TO��>   .V * "O^i  t^a   !��.��.*   tjUl-a-f   .*������(>-!  :a ���  H-"1"'" *���**    i*tt  7/  ^*"^ fc ^^^ *��� *.,���*,*��� ^ -* ^ ^ ���, ^ ^ a. nn<-^ if-niitijn.jfuiMfc. gi.jh_.nL.fi. pi itnuri r*"J  **. ���        ���*  .  ��� i     n<i.aiM>  .���j"     i* -*���" iV  r   ^    .,  I  ,{     \   I   2  5 ^W^tte#ivtlbe>;etnbef T5;>J9Z1 Thg Peninsula Tlmcq   ~     page A��$  a^ *       l y", "t","  it " "     !-'"��� 'P'"|i i ' f '"f r11") .m.i... ...iii-i-nj  < s    ��i  hi,''  , '/  .? <   i  '    ,       ,' J J J- i   '        'i'  \     l ,    ^  -.-a,:'.������;. --;, JW.--J" -  ���m   i   r*0K0***\    ���vmrn*.   00am    mn im><, 0m*mH{ \i,    \>  *    *;,  j  ���(AA'  ' *    I ��� 1 < ������ , * ' f  < '*�������� ., . ,       ���   ���    ��_.       ,0   i 1        * ���< J  If 'J*   1-  frW ���    n , _      fttDBfl w>       ..ii .iii).i.  a,li.,,..1i,.iii..,..Ji,..,,i.i,..ii.,,.,����iuuiit���,i,,i,,i.1L,iij.i.i.il..^ * ������'.*' , .     C  v*li-^5^. at    t    ,,  Fine selection of hand and power fools.  1     ri  rtT'  Jbr     ao��  mmrn  " make his  '-������A- iv  Christmas?, a happy  } > onil  ���?     \ s������  Buy him those  ' "i  , fools he has l?een  thinking abouf.  '$#&$$&  ���i j   * 1  ?i  i^ t/4it,','\  MMiB   TOCEIU^  ENTERTAINMENT FOR THE  ENTIRE   ��  1972 Models For Thai Christmas Gill  -���I 1 ! *   '       *      . * I*  'W��teW����eW��*^'m^ie^^  / -   ', y . * J  '       * ,       '"    MAKE THIS A COLOURFUL  AMD ENJOYABLE FESTIVE  ^ **��� SEASON  ,v  S '*  ����e?iS^!S��8��(S����WC'����8����5��8����l  I 4$&  GULF BUILDING SUPPLIES'.LTD. ;  Sechelt       ' "tour. Irly, Bird, Dealer'".- Phone &B5-2$83  ^ '������ - a. ��� -��������� --���- ��� ���. a . . .. . ^ , ��� ^  Tin csLunn 4 ^7lowers  CC^^^TREETrSECHELT  *&���*  'i,'  o 8 5. "94S 5  SfA/D A CHERISHED CHRISTMAS MESSAQE . . ,  'Flowers by. Wire'  Cut Flowers s!< Christmas Arrangements *  Poinsottias  Tropical Green Plants * A  i, ->^  i    'ws</" t;     ViT*  iV", o  Large Selection of Flowering Plants  Candles *  Corsages    '',       ���    )$   ytj."%,  Cowrie Street, Sechelt - Phone 885-2171   ���;.i'i;u';,  V.'i;%f!....9Vr  se'lecfion-ol  Fik^yCtystal  z^a��  HOUPAYTABLES-MORt BS(\Vn\^V.VD^W  " -**Ol   ' '' ' - . \.*'Lir* ���,,,,,   ;..   ..ij.ja^+s :.-'i.:t; s'>��.i.'.') '    !|  rf"i *  <&  fhOiDi^iOUHOiOUH^iOH  \-^s,  ���M&Y CmSSTTMAS  Ai/iDiiM-'' '^ 'Tra'4.'V';AMtp'-;,'Ster0o  %l|^"ll     '" TAPE :.";bECk'$.'  Model AS-470 ;,;'';'..;';,;, ,^A:,��'E'.''^T.A'S'  Complete with Speakers    ��^koW^.      Price  1 year guarontoo on parts. 120 day guarantee on  labour.  Antennas- Mag Whcols - Dura Glaxo Polish  Tachs - Gar Warmers.and.. J*  Our Best Wishes  Lionel and Davo  Lionel McQuaig  Cow-rio'ilrool, Socholt, B.C  Phono 885-2296-7  mm ,&& tiPf.  Assi'oci/vrF.  |M��iin|iii|Uliii|i'Hf^iii  SUNSHINE AUTO PARTS LTD.  t    .;���!   ...,  ��� ll    ' I     I t  iHiniwi|.>iiii "l�� ' I iiiu i ii .ii mm pn ���,*0****mmmr/rr  ini-:.},  l i  '        i ..'. ...i ,y   <*.ita.  AiLWi?  .V*  .l\-  Wo have tho know-how* experience and  ���moro important-r-Tho Stock, Treat him  �� '-'.''  well this Christmas and chooso from our  ' '���.    ������������'  ,' '.���'       ','���.'  tromondous range of latest fashions/ quality  work-wear  and  accessories,   By  tho way!  , ,, Our prices are "right.  *  fr  Put a littlo splco In your life  John, SJovg, Kqi\ and Davo r.  trff-ti-tfCfl  ktfftwCJutoHi**' effln-f?C4i'L  COME ' HOMg  FRIENDLIEST SERVICE IN TOWN  SECHELT HON^ SERVICE  Box 636 * Socholt, P.C      ���*  Phone 885-2812 ,  ImIAKE THteplNG BASK THIS WiNtfe  .^cif CAtftofm 00Htnr C4t\  ... ..^.  S52  V  Tl����up gifts  \^0nr Ciitfi^^fiitdtiii  Or*  ������I  *  I I  I     shirts  \eff0 Hf C4fftom*t rffoHf C4il  *  ..k��... ,w i,  ��0  m0mm00000000000000*^**m0m  .     '/THE SMART MAN'S. HABERDASHER" .   .      ,     ,  Cowrlo Street, SocKelt '  I Phone 885-9330  ���miwiiniiiiiiwwisim^^iJrtii  jjinrti *^ift.i|twnMn^fc^|^^<SJfc,^rtfc^i^^**<*��^^^* 4  f   ���   ���   n  ��� a   * *   ���** m*> +   mr I*****   00* t** r-   ���* 00* 0*^* **\** *�� *��� *   *   ��� ������ *������* * #��� #��  jn ��i >���   ���   0  r -r  **"���        l       j�� -  ./. sfc  !#  I  m  .Page A-6''.   Peninsula Times, Wednesday, Dec, 15, ,1971  ^������*"**�����������������������^~��� .���^ri-winnnrMMinniiinimnnnnnnniinri-  , THEPENINSULA^Wte^ Sechelf - Phone 885-9654  JM*  REAL ESTATE (Cont.)  Classified  0M000i0��Nmm,mw0m0n0m0*m0m��m00m0tm00*00^0r*0000*0m0m0m00mm000m*K00&0Hfmmmv*0mm^  REAL ESTATE (Cont.)  ^  PRIVATE    party    wishes    to CUTE    cottage     1    bedroom.  J\ purchase waterfront proper- Large level lot, Jruit trees  ty, Gibsons - Sechelt area. Not . a��<* landscaped. Municipal wa-  REAL ESTATE (cent.)  . lease land.  685-4448.  Phone 883-2228 or  7607-3  GIBSONS:  \  Published "Wednesdays by  Powell Rjygr..News Town Crier  Sechelt Times Ltd.   -  < '   at Sechelt, B.C.       ,_y_  "'-Established 1963     ��"  61RTHS  Member, Audit Bureau  al Circulations  Sept. 30, 1971  Gross Circulation 2915  ~~ "Paid Circulation 2478  As filed with the Audit. Bureau  ot Circulation, subiect to audit.  Classified Advertising Rates;  3-Line Ad-Briefs (12 words) "  One   Insertion  ���'. $1.00  Three Insertions '. $2.00  Extra lines. (4 words) __���~r���20c  (This rote does not apply to  cOmiinercial.; Ad-Briets) (   ���..  Box Numbers .^_u-i_~_JQc.,extra  *50c BooR-keeping charge is added  r- for Ad-Briets not paid by  "\. publication date.  Legal  or  Reader advertising  35c  per count line."  Subscription Rates  By  Mail:/  "   Local Area ,   GIBSONS AND SECHELT  . WESTERN DRUGS      t.  .".  .  is  pleased  to  sponsor  this  Birth   Announcement space,   and  extends Beit Wishes to the,happy  parents.  WORK WANTED   :_        . t\_  ROOF repairs, odd jobs, cleanups, etc, Phone 885-9830.  -..������-..   "y-y-. -��,'-      \   '     7621-3  CARPENTER,   will   do'small  jobs,, reasonable- rates.   Ph.  evenings   886-7461. 7666-^4  WANTED  i Outside Local Area  - u.s.aJ   .,.������; -.y.   .'Overseas  Special Citizens,  Local  Area. ���  y     Canada  -1���  By Carrier _< _  _$6.00 yr.  .$7.00 yr.  ���$9.00 yr.  $10.00  yr.  ���      SALAL WANTED  If you are browned off,  ~..:.;,-.,.,.,;-.,.'y:i*y mC ....,    ; "  vNAIDA WILSON  885-9746       ��'  7563-52  FOR RENT ~  BUILD LATER!  $500 DOWN FOR FINE  LEVEL LOT WITH ALL  SERVICES AVAILABLE,  EXCELLENT LOCATION,  K. BUTLER REALTY  ' C     Ut>.  ALL TYPES INSURANCE  ..    -���    -Gibsons, B.C.  ' ��� Piio'ne 886-2000  :    -MEMBER  /���    MULTIPLE LISTING  SERVICE ,  ~ : 7707-3  ter, Principles only. To view,-  885-2153 after.6:00 p.m.  7304-tfn  j; : , _,*  REDROOFS Road���Lot 75' *  268', quiot area; 10*-minutes  drive from Sechelt. Close tp  sea and good fisliing. Possible  well site .on lot. $3900.00 cash.  , Ph._ 885:9654. 7678-tfn  EVERY NOW AND THEN'...  ... A dandy bargain comes  along, This one's an attractive 3 bedroom home on a  lovely view lot overlooking  Gardgh' Bay,. It's furnished,  has a'bright modern kitchen,  ^ sundeck, riew automatic oil'  heat and is wired for washer  and dryer. Sure it needs paint  and a bit of inside re-finish-^;  ��� irig, but  that's  easy,  and the"  price is just $11,100.00 -  ���"Jock  Hermon 883-2745.  CHARLES ENGLISH LTD.  Sunnycrest   Plaza  Gibsons \ ~-  '  -7696-3   $3.50  _....$4.00  _60c mo.  Copyright and/or property rights,,  subsists in all display advertising  and other material appearing in  this edition- ot the Sechelt Peninsula TimeSjOPermission to re-t  produce wholly'tir- in-part ond Jn  ���any���torm-whatsoevery particularly  by a photographic or offset process  in a publication, must be obtained  in writing frpm the publisher. Any  unauthorized "reproduction, will be  subject     to     recourse    in     law.  . .  .. ���; : . f   "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,  apd may be withdrawn at any -  time."���(Supreme Court decision).  ^Advertising is accepted on the ���  condition, that, in the event of  typographical error, that' portion  of' the advertising* space occupied  by the erroneous item, together  with reasonable allowance for 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 an'  hourly rate for. the additional a  work.  PERSONAL  ALCOHOLICS Anonymous ^ *  Meetings   8:30 ��� p.m.,   Thursdays, i Wilson Creek Community   Hail.   Ph.   S85-9327,   886-  2343. 49i79-tfn  WISH   to  contact  Latter  Day  Saints'members. Phone 885-  2175 or 886-2546. 6766-tfn  FOUR.- 0 - EIGHT . /joarding  kennels," Frances Ave., Halfmoon Bay. Ph. 885-9469. Book  now   foi;   Christmas.       7691-4  SELMA*' Park  meeting. Ph.  Hall.   $5   per  885-9437.  7343,-tfn  COMFORTABLE    two   bdrm.  '  house.   Redroofs..   Ph-.   885-  '9387. ���       7634-3  WINTER accommodation avail- ���  able from September, Separate living rm. and bdrm. Bath-  ro6m with Shower. Reasonable  rates. At Lowe's, Madeira  Park Motel. Phone 883-2456.  Under new management.  7534-tfn  HALL for rent. Wilson Creek  ""'������ Community" Hall:     Contact  Mrs. M. Hall, 885-9606. 7648-3  "CENTRAL,    Sechell,     3     BR  .suite,     all     electric,   stove,  fridge,   carport,   washer,  'dryer. Ph. 885-9366. 7688-tfn  NEW 2 bedroom house with  new stove and fridge. Wilson Creek area, $150 month  including city watei", available  January  1st.  Ph.  885-9568.  7702-3  DAVIS Bay - partly furnished  one bedroom duplex suite  with view. Available for 4  months. Ph. 885-9662 or Vancouver  ,228-0182. '���������. 7700-4  _,, ,1.1     -      ���   ���I. ������������^^'���������^'���������III^U1   I^^V'J1''-*'!"!'"    ''li'''!'"  and EGMONT  NEAR MADEIRA PARK  *r\*  ���* ���**  * ft-.-:'  ���  Ir  t.  1 1  O  *****  ���'.' Ji. '  *   ���  1.  *���*  f>  ���-0  '</    .  r'*0,  *  *'t  ����1  t> 1 i_j i Ir-' " - ',*r -��  .-rm^r-Am  .. yffjyj^  r- 'J ,.    '���      *  if*,   .rt       'r   -   '6      .-��-<  -  *i , ,frJ '%��� r^'u  . *���' *%^'4^Jt:f  .:!.  2 BR home on large^view lot. Owner now rebuilding, redecorating  and  also  building  a   3rd   BR   in   basement.  Oil   furnace,   stove,  frig. Can be bought now for $ 1 4.000 with terms���ras rernodelling  progresses, prite will be accordingly higher. -  157 .ACRES WITH TIMBER  D.L. 3678, with a considerable amount of merchantable timber,  has 550- ft. of waterfront on Mixall Lake, road & creek through  property  and  an  old  house   which  could   be  rebuilt.   Full   price  $50,000 with. $25,000 down.  REDROOFF ROAD    ,   .   :..  Lot 1 1  is a large view lot, approx. 80x550. Look for our sign on  the property. Priced ot $55000 with terms. ?. ��� .......  GARDEN BAY  310 ft. waterfront, over 3 acres on 2 separate-parcels. Very  large home���6 (could be 10) bedrooms���-an excellent start for  a fishing lodge and resort. Good beach; lots of floats, $70,000  full price, good terms. Or house can be purchased with 100 ft.  , waterfront lot for $42,000.  MOBILE HOMES  ONE mooile home space available;    Big  'Maple    Trailer  Park.   Wilson   Creek.   Phone  885- 9513. 7245-tfnv  KNIGHT Mobile Home, 2 bedroom with air cond. Ph. 886-.  2728. 7424-ttn  MOBILE Home, 12x65. 2 bed-,  rooms, complete with skirting and    aluminum    awning.  Only-2 years old, Phone 886-  7187 , 7066-tIh  �����  MADEIRA ��ARK  E.�� ���{������n..;*t-/,rWi*iVi l",'.,r'-*. �������.     aja. .,' ; s.�����,��!'     .,       .      .',   ,���&:   C��      .   ,,  ~ Afjp'rox;' Vj&">'dcrcS"or semiT^qtcrfTOnt^pjdsliKcivie^. property.  ������AyyJ�� ��6i��at^ijuSl^boveMcideii10 Parkigov'frwhOrfcr  .-,0...; PENDER HARBOUR  New -2 bedrisom 864  sq.   ft.  model home.  Electric  heal, stone  fireplace, wall to wall shag carpets throughout.'On choice scmi-  waterfropt lot overlooking Pender Harbour and close lo store.ond  marina. Full price $25,900 with $5��000 down.  WATERFRONT LOTS  'Lol 14���90 ft,���$13,000.        Lot 20���-1Q0 ft.���'$14,500.  '���',���   Lot 16���125 ft.���$13,500,      Lot D���98 ft.^-$10,50Q.  Lot 19���75 ft. $12,500, Lot *l5���135 ft.���$16,000.  * ������' Lot m���so ft.���$io;ooo.'-  85 ft. waterfront lot at Earl*Cove���$13,000.  Approx. 275 ft, waterfront, Garden Bay���$26,000.  REAL* ESTATE  OBITUARY  EBERLE���Oh     December    9,  1971,   Antpiv Eberle   of   Se- ,  chelt,   aged   75  years,   Predeceased, by   Way'10  "lul   Mary.  Survived  hy  his  loving  wire  Miu-ftaiot;    three   h'oii^    Matt,  Clraiide Pniii-ie, Alhei'ta; George and Adrian or Sechelt; five  .claughtui-.H,   Mm.   J.   (Arvilla) -  Bonner;    Mr.s,    L.    (Ki-anccs)  Bailey;  Mrm ,.J, (Adeline)  Pe-  ������tula,- nil  or Socholt',' Mm,  J,  (Jean) Stupplor, Kelowna; and  Mm.    J,    (Alma)   'Frederick,  Prince - Cleorge,    Twonty-.six  gruni;lcl)lldi:on and three great  gi'imdchlklren, Mr, Ebcrlo nerved In World War 1, Prnycrs  were .said In llio ,IJoly Family  Catholic   Church   on   Sunday  followed Uy llo(|uliim'Miihh on.  Monday, Decomhei' 13, Hev, E,  Lehner   Celehnmt,, Inlurnicnl-  Seaylow  Cemetary, 7(lll<l-3  CARD OF THANKS ,1,l  GARDEN BAY 2 br. comfortable home A-O heat FP  basement .1,16 acres, 85 ft.  waterfront with dock, $3r>(>0(),  Principals Only, Ph, 883-2622.  .  , _^        7708-4  EWART McMYNN  REALTY ���& INSURANCE  Multiple Listing Service  Box 238, Gibsons, B.C.  ROBERTS CKKBK: , Nicely  treed 1 lot wllh all raclliUoH,  o'oho.Io heach, Hiciro.s, P,0, and  Kcluml, Size in 1,80 Acres, F,p���  $7,000. ,-     '"  GIBSONS VILLAGE; La'rg'e  lol,(SI/,(! ,015, Ac,), Kiculcd in  lho ttontio ol' GIIihoiih' Villugo,  Lund Ih level iind 'huh- been  ., c'lenrecl nnd (miIUviiKmI, All  fiicllllloH aviillnhle. Suwch- line  now btilng laid, An oxlremuly  valuable property with nn ex-  nilleiU (levoliipimMil   |)otontli^|,  EARL COVE RESTAURANT  Privately  owned,, located  at   Earl Cove  F6rry  Terminal,  Lxccp-  tlonally good money maker. Full price of $85,000 includes land,  restaurant,  equipment,  stock and small  house trailer," $23,000  down or owner will'consider all trades as down payment.  GARDEN BAY ,  Approx,  275 ft,  wniorfront with over  1   acre, Good lor cabins,  homo or hold lor Investment. Deep, bholtprcd moorage, lull price  $26,000 with $13,000 down,    -  \< ,.     .MADEIRA'PARK-  ^���Vbrnufca^Scrub ol  tho finest vlow properly in F'umlur Hurbuur,  $17,000 with good tcrmsi  NEW WATERFRONT HOME  How, partially finished 2 BR 1,200 Sq. fi, homo wilh 600 sq H  iundeck,  un  85   It,  choice   walorlronl   lot,   Full   price   $28,500  wilh terms, * ��� -  WILL trade my $2A,00i) equity^  in   North   Vancouver  com-"  mereial    property 'leased    at-  '$325   per   month,   for   waterfront   property   on   Sunshine  Coast.  Phone   112-987-8585   or  write:: .Mr, ,B.   Nygard,' 1405  Moody -Ave., North" Vancouver,  B C. 7650-4  I,   .,mj   ......   -.���������  ��i .������-.,,��� m,  ��������� ��������� ������qw^ ���  20 ACRES undeveloped, view  property," Village of Sechelt,  lane access, $30,000. Will sell  iff 5 acre blocks at $8,000 each.  Write Box 310, Peninsula  Times, Sechelt. 7483-tfn  -���/. WANtELlTO BUY  TWO BEDROOM HOUSE  in Sechelt Village,  about   1100  sq.  ft. . "  $15-20,000  price range,���-> '  Col! J. E^White,  CHARLES   ENGLISH   LTD.  886-2481  evenings 886-2933  7711-4  CHARLES ENGLISH LTD,  Real. Estate & Insurance  Notary   Public   & .Appraisals  SUNNYCREST   SHOPPING  CENTRE    '  Gibsons, B.C.  DRIVE  PAST  1135  FRANKLIN ROAD, in the'best part  of Gibsons, take a look at this  Jive year old NHA built home,  which could be yours for ONLY  $6,500   DOWN.   Then   ar-  'range for a look inside, you  will see large living room with  WW and eprrier FP, roomy  combination kitchen dining  r'oom, modern' bathroom, utility, and THREE bedrpoms. A  weJl planned house, completely insulated. Full price  $24,000, phone us to find out  to finance the balance at payments of $ 150.00 per month,  Not many houses like this  available on  these terms���act  Tiovv.  886-2481  BE A PIONEER. Here's almost 3 acres, with stream,  up above Beach Road, Gower  Pwint. Access is from the highway, but there* are pathways  To the beach. $6,000 FP. (MLS  item.') Very good terms.  . 886-2481  ���CORNERSTONE^ Gibsons  most desired corn eY complete with two DUPLEXES,  overlooking the Harbor, with  immaculately kept grounds,  with fruit, trees, and patios, and  oijtside storage sheds, for.dev-  ery unit-Two units 2 bedioom  and fireplaces, electric heat  and ^, units one bedroom, carports, all very modern. This  is a revenue* property and  sound investment. Details on  request and viewing by ap-  ppintment only.  880-2481  The Action Line"  RETIREMENT or STARTER-  HOME with a view over Howe  Souffd, neat Stucco one Bdrm  housp with ��� part basement,  fireplace, porch, auto oil heat,  elbse to transportation ��� and  shopping. FP $12,000,  Call us at 886-2481  GOWER POINT ROAD; Lovely well kept, 2 bdrm, full  basement home on spacious  75 ft, lot, fireplace, hardwood  floors, vanity bathroom, finished rec. room close to the  Oceiin in a nice flat treed  aim I'M', $26,300 willi lorms.  ��ll(i-248l  Good.slzud ,lql' on Hlgh-  $T//t  Toruiii   [<>,,   down  m  M  ^  WE  wish lo (J.MeiTitLwiU'JWJIU't:^..  fell Ihunltfi to our many  fi'lemls Iqy, their kind wonlii  of iiyiiiiinlliy, thu ciinlH,. nnd  beaiillfdl floral offorlngn ex-  tended tin ul. fho death of our  Imlovi'd niolhci' and gVandino*  ther, '- Special IhniikH to the  neighhom who not help mi  (Illicitly nnd lo Uio 'iiih(iliitor  crew, A'Iko'"(o CniKin Greene  nml Ifov, Popple IV thi'li'  vvordn of comfort,1-wo will nl-  ', 'wnyii remember llmm, -���The  Wood   Fninlly,    " 7(1113-3  MAY   1   exprcMH   my   filnuoni  thiuika   to   (locloifl   Gorrlng  ��� and   Swan,   Mr. ������ Young,    thu  '   iiiu-KOH iind Hlnff "of HI, Mnry'H   IluHpltat.^for .ilmirJlcxcclIcut   tf��ro iind  iilli)iil|lqii  I  rci'i'lvcil  during iny recent lllnemi,. AIho  Iteurll'cit ilinnkH In my ninny  wonderful    fiiciidii  *f<ji<    nil  llieir    vIhIIh,  . flowcr/i,    fniil,  *�� fj,rttfr--nnd - other "glfl^,''tin<t~  ^UWir. kindness, to,,.������ ��ince  I  huvo   come,, holno,  ,AI��o   lhe  ladles at the Medical Clinic .&  ., Lob who aro always tut kind .  to mo  whenever 1  am  tlioro, t  Thank Vou All.���Lola tTurnor,  '��: 7703-3  wlllv biilnniM! at. IIV* per coul,  UOUEUTSXUEEKs-'Woll built-  llOIIHC,     Wllh      OIK)     OVIM'llltfO  hiidrooiu, IIoii.se could 1io u'n-  liirgiid, rtomo fliilHhlng'idiiulr-  cd hut l;i ontli-oly hahltahlo mi  it Ih, Wdl ln��uli\|ed, 220 wiring, Pi'iipniHi hoateni, iilovo,  frig., nnd miiHt of lui-nlliii'li go  wllh hoiim'. Clone lo bcnt'lien,  I'M', $12,300 wilh $2,001), bal,  nl  fl'/i'i)**!' cent,  COME and nee our new iioniCH  "going up on lhe Hhcryl-  Anno Turk, Hiib-divl/ilon, Pick  your lot now, tio'lhnt "yoii can  Atari building in llni npi-lug,  Locntcd on the Lower Ilobcrtn  Creek Hlghwifj', Fully hci'vUn  cd,  ���   *   '    ,  "** "' "~       M<iil1l>0i*~"/   7 "* "  V/uicnii^'i;. Real   Kiilnle  Hoard  , IMIONlft Hllll-22411  Nolary Public  "A-: LrCTiNG^'WANTCD- ~~  VlhCOfrowor :    r 886-935?  Wally Potorsori     886-2877  Ron McSqydnoy   886-9656  Box 230, dibflonis, J1,C,  ���        7700-3  LAGOON itOAD   '  4,vory good |jtilldlna& lols. Cosy walklna dhilanco. lo m.I.i<u>| nnd  itorcs at Madeira Park. Can bo bought with low down payment,  EARU COVE���BARGAIN  Luruo Boml-walorfropt vlow lot (or 54,000 coi.li,  ''.     EGMONT WATERFRONT  201) (|, wolorlconl, tins 2 unllnibhcd l)ulldlno%, On ptivixi  Vory nice  properly   lul  development,  Priced  cii  $12,000 down  P.2,'*>W) wil  ���"A'favriolif  EARL COVE  *dvol|(M)irbi1'1lli|r30*|dt'i.iil)i|lvl!.IKr  M^oo,  $;i,r)i)o,oo  150 Ready  ,'$4,500,00  400 I^artly  $5,0110,00  . $U,050.0|),  'in.i;i  Hi  Dill  ;      MADEIRA PARK  Choice vluvV loin nn 64  lot  Milxlivltilon,  Priciri liom $4,()UU |o  $0,000, Some cleared roarly' for huilding, ',,  -SAKINAW LAKE  13,D iitiu!. wllh uppiux, 330  It,  woloifruftl, |-u|l  ...,....[  '.,...,.,..,..,),.  ,   wllh $8,1)00.down....   i...  >nco  V''!>,0l)0  liml   Cove-��� iikiiIihi,  Itiiinlniil.  Appiox,   5|  1,300 It, on Hwy,  10  MARINA SITE  rno|��l  or  MihdlvNon  ncio'i  wllh  oppni��,  ���if.  'Mn   in  fl50   I  nice V/S,000 wllh  niiinni, ici,iv,  I.   wulnih'iiiil,"  30,00(1 ilown,  E0MONT  H  Appro��, 4^0 l*�� ��( woioilmniaoo on ihb 6 ucni lol, |:u|| nrkg  $29,000 wlh $10,000 down.,  ""u ; " ! ���",:'MciH^6/vi sites������ ~~ ; ~ '"  1 ��� Several |oh f^vallahlo,  Mnny ollmr vlow nnd wo|or(ion( lott In Ihu I'ondnr llnihonr arnn,  way  Heach Avenue f>0 x  to Ihiild  Heucli Avenue 7f) ,x  Cleared  LaiiKdnle View Lot  I'hono tlim-2'IHl  3 Hediooin home on chmrod D  Heron, HiHhwny ''101, eloiio to  CiHiHoiiH, Hnn 111(10 mi, ft, (inr-  nno, hIkkI, fnmily room, (fireplace, Ileal fninlly home, Kull  prlco $l!ri,0l)(), -on  nbod  lermn.  illl(i-24in  Prlnii!  wntui'l'ionl   nl  Ilophlim  Liinillni;.   AIiiiohI.   nu   nci'o  wllh   MO'  of  level  wiUcifnmt  ���KOjid   Hwli)iinli��|<,   I'JiiHy'  boat  "in oo r ti if^T Pi- i> pui' I y "I S'll iVi u I mm ��| p"  cd,   Iiiin   vjwy   nice   Ii-oom   and  Inwh iind a niiliiral pond wiih '  flowing  wnlei-  from   a   hiuiiII  vyiH,\\,\ .'I  Hediooin very  lovely  home   in   excellent   cnndllloil,.  Hicplncc, llvlnif i-oom, <llnlni{  room, hltclmn  wllli  breakfi��nl  bnr,  utlllly  nnd  poieh,  M��ke  '���'yn>ir-appulnVi,m'nta to ��eo thin,  ' Ifuil prU'M $r)2,000,  llllli-2-llll  REAL ESTATE (Conf.)  SECliUDED*but accessible by  good lano, 160 acres , beau-,  tlful well elevated ,'junde-  veloped property, year rounil  creek, some, ocean'view, near  Secret' Cove. $60,000. Will  accept some terms. Box" 31Q  Peninsula Times, Sechelt.  , NEW - VIEW  SELMA PARK���21' x 18 living  room with golden shag carpet. Dblp. vanity plumbing,  two bedrooms w/w carpets.  Loads of cupboards in handy  kitchen. Open* for inspection  soon. Priced to sell"at $20,800  F.P,  SEA  VIEW  WEST SECHELT ���Large 2  level home, could bo dup-  ��� lex. Dble. fireplace, 2 bdrms.  on main floor. Carport "and  sundeck. Extra large treed, lot.  Easy" walk to beach. $32,000  F.P.  SELMA PARK���Waterfront-r-  2 bedroom fully remodelled  home. A-0 heat, fireplace,  right on the beach. Asking  $27,000 F.P.  *WEST SECHELT���High  view  lots   28,000   sq.   ft.   each   in  new home area. Real investment, $4,500 Full Price.  GIBSONS���5    cleared,    acres,  on  paved  road.  Some  fruit  trees.   Fenced,   $10,5,00   temrts.  GIBSONS RURAL���10 leveh  acres 42 Tc 72 cement block  building, paved road, water  supply, handy location for  storage warehouse. Priced low  at $22,000. Terms.  CALL* - J.. ANDERSON  Office 885-2323   Home 885-2053  MacGREGOR PACIFIC  REALTY LTD.  Selma   Park - -Bivri.    885-2323  7612-1  MUST BE  SOLD:  8.21   Acres  .    .Chamberlain   Rd.,   Gibsons,  Rural,     already     subdivided,  priced   well   under   appraised  t' value -  Only $11,000.  RETIREMENT SPECIAL:  A'h  acre  farmette, 2  bdrm.  o/t  house, fenced pasture and out-  buildings. Excellent^areaveloSe  to Gibsdns, wifh"  an'aurora of  country living. SACRIFICE at  $15,800. J     .       .  Lorrie Girard: 886-7244 or  886-7760  75" W/F - Roberts Creek:  Completely renovated 2 bdrm. cottage, low beach, excellent swimming area, includes matching stove, fridge,  washer and dryer, fireplaccr  patio, ideal for retirement? or  summer  hide-away.    Y,..   112** W/F - GIBSONS: One of  tlie nicest homes' in Gibsons,  truly an executive home, with  a spectacular view of Howe  Sound, anci snow capped  mountains, .completely private,  wall-to-wall throughout. A  must to sec!  1110' W/F - WEST SECHELT,  / Appi'ox. 1.8 acres, low sandy  beach, all level land, beautiful pine lri|OH, pkre a completely modern 3 bdrm. post and  1.>oam home, completely., .furnished wall-to-wall throughout ,  GllisONS: Large building  lots, excellent location, close  to exerylhlng, oii all .scrvit-CH.  Must bo-sold: $3500. ���  John Black: 880-7244 or  880,-731(1  MacGREGOR PACIFIC  REALTY LTD,  ,    Box 700. Gibsons,' B.C.  Van  Direct:  685-31'33  7704-3.  CARS & TRUCKS  / f  LIVESTOCK  2 YOUNG  female  . sale. 886-2084.  r  goats for  ,   '7644-2-  TOGGENBURG Kids, FoUr-Or  Etaht Boarding Kennels. Ph.  885-9469.  *   > ' 7693-3  REALTY LTD.  V  Madeira Park, B,C,  Phono Ponder Harbour 883-2233  Ken CroHhy  .luck While  Juy VJifiujr ���������('  IIDU. 20011'  Illl(b2f>;iti  - illK)-2;ilHl  7700-3  -' -SAKINAW- LAKE- RESORT-..&~MARINA.._~  PENDtR HARPOUR AREA  1900 ll, UmuIIImI Iako I'ronluo'o.1 39 tici��-'!i wUli bouch.  [Ik swlmmln'o, flshlno, Moating,' 2 cal)lnsr180 qqr  _^__ g,_'jncSms^ parKiri��f8i garsalosrPotential  U n 11 ml tocP-^i ra il of" "1 )Q rk���moi ol A-mar i ncP^locloc���.  rentals, FULL PRICE $155,000. Terms To Reliable  Party. Phono 254-1060 after 6 p,m, Write ]A6\*.,'  Eoit 1st, Vancouvor, D,C,'  Wf  PETS  APRICOT, t_crea.m,_ lalack  and-  brown   poodle ~pMPP'es ��or/  Christmas,  $50,' $60 and  $75:  Reserve now.' 885-97^7- 7649-4  FOUR-O-EIGHT  Boarding  Kennels; Frances Ave., Halfmoon Bay. Ph. 885-9469. Book  now for Christmas. 7654-3  2   YEAR  old jet  b|ack  male  �� German  SFiepherd.   Reasonable  to good  home.  Ph.  885-  9878. 7709-3  PUPPIES  for  free.  White  or  golden. Ready for Christmas.  Ph. 886-2084. -        7712-3  SAfcg  FOR  IF   IT'S   sujts^it's   Morgans.  885-9330, Sedhelt, B.C.  !.!i; .    '  !     8893-tfn  PRAWNS  a?  available,   fresh  80  cents  lb.  or $1   cooked.  Also frozen;  Ph; 883-2282.  7636-tfn  GOOD local hay for sale, $1  ��� bale, delivered, Ph. 112-946-  ��568, 1570^  FOR sale 9 transistor 12 Volt  walkie    talkies,  $400    new,  asking $200. Ph. 885-9800.  -; 7641-3  BOY'S   bike,    excellent   condition.. Ph.  883-2689.   7690-3  LADIES size 6 Kastinger ski  boots (double) and press.  Ladies 70" skiis with safety  harness and poles, good condiU  ion. Ph. 885-9542. 7701-3  MARINE ACCESSORIES  Paint���Fibreglass-^Rope���  Canvas���Boat Hardware  Compressed air service  NYGREN SALES  (1971) LTD.  Phone 886-9303, Gibsons, B.C.  11)111, VOLKSWAGKN Beelle,  ' <1 new then excellent running order, $101)0, cimh, Phone  WI5.IMID4. .     7II7I)-Ifn  UMlil CHIWKLI.K Muliliu, V-ll  auto  Iraus,   2  door,   beautiful  condition,  $1200  nnei-ll'lco,  I'h ItllCMHIM; 707(l-tfn  m A"u7" wil iyiTJoopT^c j �� a|  flat head, running order,  where iM.'aiTK Hniin'oll Lhe It-  yor ltd., ItubortX Crook,'7(r-l(l-4  J��57iGM'(li,ai'UckVtitv..Hiii��.��A'��yi  offer,, Ph,  lll��r).5!Hr>:)  after  (I  p.mi., . 701)1-4  Livestock   ^""^  FOR SALE (Continued)  GENDROM    baby   'carriage,  ���  good  cond.,  converts to  car- -  bed, complete with_can'. pad-  parcel   basketT$40.   Ph.   886-  2977.- 7658-4  22FT. motor home self con-  tamed, air conditioning and  all deluxe futures. Low mileage, price $10,500, N. HOffar,  R.R. 1., Halfmoon Say,> B.C.  Phono  885-2253.  '  ,       7659-2  , BRAND ncw~9 piece bedroom  suite,   still  in' carton,  $375.  Ph.  886-2138.-.-l--~  7653-4  ...   in   ���-,H     *-*.-.*.    ���.��������� --.��� ..M-    ���   ���.--*..,- ������  GOOD books make -acceptable  gifts. National -Dream $10  ~LaSt Spike $10. Land of Ma-  quinna $7.95. Pacific Tugboats  $5,35. Beatrix Potter Books.  $1.50. Speck the Brownie  $3.95. Good selection of Sun- ��  set Hobby books. Sports books  for boys such as Gordie HoWe  75c. Wondei-lul selection at  The Times Bookstore, Sechelt, 885-9654. 7686-3  ARGUS Super 8 movie cam-,  era/   Reflex   zoom,   instant  cartridge   loading   8/12,   Used  just once. Ph. 38(J-2267.  7685-3  ELECTRIC sander, drill, grinder, Black and Deckel-. Used Zig" Zag sewing machine,  Cecilian Piano," Mason and  "Ttis'ch. Ph. 886-2580 after 6  p.m. 7689-3  STA&DABD- Sewing machine  with   case.   Straight   or   reverse   stitch.   Best   condition,  $50.  Ph, 88*6-2892.      >*  7710-3  HOOVER,  spindi-y-washer,   as  new, $85. 12v VW battery '  and radio with arial. Phone -  886-2737. 7692-3  ~C.C.M.  5 speed.boy's bieytle,  $50.  Ph. 885-9318. ,     7697-3  28 x 36 fireplace screen and  attachments    with    articial  fireplace,  electric, $35.  Phone  885-9318. 7698-3  1 PAIR Combi skis with Kof-  �� fix base, includes 1 Set'tap-  -eied poles. Sacrifice price. Ph.  885-9744. 7699*3  Member o'  ihe Multiple Listing Service  SECHELT AGENCIES LID.  SECHELT . No. 2363  Lovely view up Sechelt Inlet from modem 3 bedroom home on  large, fully fenced lot. House is well finished and maintained With  auto/oil heat, 2 fireplaces. 1,650 sq: ft. on'one floor plus half  basement. Blacktop drive and double carport. About $6,000 down  will puf you in possession. Don Hadden, 885-9504 eves.  WEST SECHELT No. 2182  .9V5s acres excellent holding property with year round spring and  cfec. pump. Modest 1 bedroom starter home!'Good'v|ew site With  gentle.slope seaward. Road allowaiicfe' 6H 3 ildefe," 'fcoUld bo  subdivided. Zoned Residential 2. Try ydur offers on $19,000 full  price. Dqn Hoddpn, 885,950/t eves,  'SECHELT ��� ^ . No. 1864  Attractive all-clu��+i4c -3 bcdfao.m home, over 1,000 sq. ft. Stone  fireplace. Large lot with fruit "trccsj berries and shrubs, Garden  shed, garage, patio .& level lawn, close to .school and shopping  centre. Full price $22,950.-Try your down payment. Don Hadden,  885--9504 eves. ���.:*..  GIBSONS      N  *-. No; 2328  1240' main ffoor and full basement"to be finished os separate  suito, Three bedroom home with beautiful F,P,, ensuite bat.h to  master bdrm,, largo sun-decks and two carports, All services underground. $18,000 down $,,157 mo. at 9Ms%. Jack Wdrn, 886-2681  eves..    .        ���������������.       . . '*'\. ...  PENDER AREA ���    "        ^ ~" No, 2285  Ideal retirement property, oil laid puf for enjoyment of garden  .and bright clean homo with a courIc of guest bedrooms and a  largo building foe guest or rental cottdgo if n(M wanted for work  area, Features' acorn F.P. with cut,stone hearth, srfiall swim pool  and partial bimt, plus car port, All for $26,000 on $10,000 dn.  Extra aero for $4,500, Call Jack Warn, 886:2681 ovos,  REDROOFFS ROAD~T ~ *~'      ~r\ No, 2359  Largo lol with view of Gulf, Lovi' dn. payment. Full prlco $5,000.  Jack Warn, 886-2681 oves,  SELMA PARK ,   ....    .      ,,���, \  No, 2315  We havo 5 lots horo, only, ONE-left, 100x135 on <|i|lo| street,  lightly treed, Asking only'$3,400, owner' mloht accept loss, try  an offer, oxcollont holding & Invosl'rnant properly, 1971 ta^os.only  $13,11, Peter, Smith, 885-9463 ovos,  MISSION POINT No, 2064  3 room furnlshgd.cotlago on large loose lot, Hydro,& wntor, |ust  slops t'o beach access, Yoar found occupancy, Asking '$4,900,  offers & terms, 20 year loaso, Potior Smith, 885-9463 oves,  TUWANEK���SECHELT INLET  NOW Is tho limo, 3 year old all cedar cobln, walor & hydro, lol  57xM7, good walor view & walor occoss, Furnished & ready io  uso, only bods lacklngl Full asking prlco $7,000, wllh $2,500  down, I3eautlfu| sumtnor ���% boating nroa, Hard surfaced road o|l  but % miles. Soo It while It  lasts, Polor Smith 805-9463 ovos,  GIBSONS RURAL, ��� No, 2377  All sat up roady- for occupancy,. Carolroo arid economical living.  Throe hodroom daluxo (12x60)"mobl|o homo, On concralo lounda-  lion, Attochod family room and Uillliy room, Povnd'dilvowhy,  Lovol, neqtly landscapod lot, Qulol Ipcallon ���Only short drlva to  shopplno, Regional walor lino, F, P. $23(I)00--of|ors, C, U,  ,���,..Galhorcolo,,,.006.i7.0l.5.,ovoi.��..*,..��^.,,.,��..,..,���..ii.����TO^^  BEAUTIFUL  QUARTER HORSE  Hoven rnonlh old coll; Ordden  I'aluiiiliu), atieiUle, a perfect  chlld'H |iot. Free board for 30  ���layu, I Vice ,$1100. Phono,  MrunliWood < Furnit (llbMonn,  llllll-ailli), (Hoiu-dliin ik lUim'ti  for Halo).  ' 17005-3  HIGHWAY  IOI  No, "|8|?  Twelve Acres, portly clenrod, nonr GdH'Cou'rwirCorruir iiropoily,  ,/oned R2, F,P, $I9,500~-Altracl|vu Hums, C, R, Goihorcolo,  8867015 ��vo��. ., '  'SKLMA PARK VIEW* *~���     ������ ^ t^  A fantastic panoramic vlow |o| >{2, |o chooso from) obovo break-  water, overlook-* Troll Boy nnd.lhq Islands, Jusl n cl|y |>|ock away  from Iho hlghyvay' noises, wntcr, etc, low down poymonl or $5000  cosh, Boh Kent, 88^9461 ,cvcs,  WEST SECHELT       "J r~ 7" *~ No  ?,2hl\  Fxcollonl   opporlunlty 'to obtain  nhprnxlnulbily  30  m:\rn  ovor-  ��� looking tho vlllogo, Askliio $9000 down on Full Pi|(,��� t,| $33 000  Low, low Intcrost o nnny hnlrtnco ol 7%, Hob Konl, 085-9461,  PORPQISI- BAY ' '      ~~"        ,       Nn 2307  Bcautllul Southern Colonial stylo solid 3 B,R, Family Homo In  oyolv ovorgroon sotting, Wldo vlow ol Sccholl Inlat with moun-  , oln backdrop, MopMo sandy booch, Full bsmt,, on-sulto plml>a;.  ["���"oo kllclwn. Try your down paymom or irodq on full price 0  -$41,500, Hurryrcoll Fred'Harosiod, flfl5;247fl,   ��-1"��-,,r,^-0T-  A5K FOR OUR mm CATALOGUI- OF RCAI, LSI ATE  Box 128, Socholt  AGENCIES LTD.  Phono 885-2235  (E.8,O.E.)  0   *   ,    ,    *,     t     *,ltl)*������>l/1  (.',-*  0   0    t    *.\0 0.*0   tlm  * xitaUW^'AUAAJ, **0***0r0M*r-***,r^,M^ ^ 0*0*0*.0*0*.+u*0.**0>0*r+r*' FOUND  LARGE  friendly   white  grey  r   tabby Tom-cat. Secret Cove  area.   Ph.  885-2,253. ..    788 U2  LEGAL NOTICES  . TO;  TIMOTHY  KOrjERS,  OF.FKNDANT  Take -Notk-p-Thal an notion  lurs boon i-nmnioiu-e'rt against  you in the Vancouver HegNiry  of the County CourTol British  Columbia. 1071, No 701KI by  -Howell McLean Molnr Co.-.  Ltd.. Plaintilf, n. <Uilch the  Plainlifl claims . against the  Defendant damage* sustained  by the Plaintiff as'a consequence ol the Defendant's  breach of contract to purchase..  Ji\ molnr vehicle from' the  I'lnintilf on/or about May  27th,  K��GI)--'S'~  AND That it has heen ordered that service'ot the Writ  in the said actum "on you he  effected by this advertisejnenl.  If you desire to-"clefohc! Iho  spirt actum, ynu mufl. wrthin  twenty-one (21) days Irom  the publication oi this advertisement inclusive ol the day  oT such publication, enter an  Appearance at lhe Vancouver  Court House, 800 West Georgia "Street, Vancouver, BC.  In default ol such Appearance,  Judgement may be. entered  against you. 0  ANDREWS & SWINTON,  "Solicitors  for the ,-  Plaintiff.  7C42-pylv,-De&. 8, 15, 1971.  ���**     *.       -*  !v,  \  FORM NO. 1  LAND  ACT  NOTICE OF INTENTION TO  APPLY FOR A DISPOSITION  .    ' OF CROWN LAND *'  In   Land  Recording  District -  of   New .Westminister   Group  1   and   situated   Secret   Cove,  B.C.  "Take notice that Mr. J. W.  Mercer and Mrs. j, S. Mercer  of Secret Cove, B.C. intends  to apply for a disposition of  the following described lands:  Commencing at a post planted Southwest corner of Lot  '5075 a...** extending iff line  36-feet' past and in due line  with . the N.W. boundary of  Lot (if) thence due west 92  feet thence duo south 52 feet  thence approx. due East 120  feet thence approx. south east  390 feet; theitce -approx., jhio  cflst ,lff2.Ieql,1.tp spuU^^^)^,  nei-afir J4)t (i()75, an^.cnptatnmg  .(1 acres, more or less.  The  purpose'for which  lhe  disposition   is  inquired   i.s  e.\-  pnitsion ofniooi-qge tp,.exisl.iij#....  inorina,    ���  JOHN   WTLLIAMS   MERCEH  JEANN1E S.a.'^BUCEU  7(ill7-puh, Dec. 15, 22, '71  SUNSHINE COAST  HECilONAL  DISTRICT  PUBLIC -JIRAWNCi  ���*������'   -       ,..*���'���  Amendment 1,0 Zoning By-lnw  Piir'siiunl to H, 703 ofi the Municipal Acl, a public hearing  Will be- held at 7:30 p,m���  Wednesday, December 2 2,  1071 at the Hnhorls Creek  Community 11 a 'I'l, Roberts  Creek,,' H.C.,, lo consider By-  ��� .Inw. llii'(5) a By law to uniem.l,  (he Simnhino Consl Itegimial  Dinlrlt-1 X.nning By-lnw Nte,  35, s 11)70. All ��� porsonH who  deem I heir hiltiivii'l l|i' pro|)-  ei-ly afl'ecled by lhe propone}!  Hy-luw lihall be ul'l'iii'dod 1111  opportunity lo lio heard on  iniiltei'M cunlnliieil In Hie lly-  la\v, ,  "Vhe  Inlenl  of the  My-lnw:  1, To eten'd the IIII timing In  ��� Dlslrlrl - !.(>1rt   10211, ��� HUM) 'and  Mill, Group  I,  NWD (WH'Moii  Creek ���  Tyiion Howl urea),  2, Tn   rowine   Lulu 1   and  D*ilrlcl   I,ol'' rilllI), 1 Group   I,,  NWD,   I'lnn > IKKII) from   Hli  lo Oil,    '        n    ���' '. ��� *  Take, nol Ice llinl llio nhovo jn  ,n tiynopMln ol' a, By-lnw ihul  may   Ifh  Iimpecled  nl. lhe  He-  ���RiiTiirn^'nikriiiHTjrri'rnr-nnvifr*  Buy, B,C��� nl Hie 1,1 men ludlc-  nleil, naiholy, Mn'ndny lo Friday, lliiil) u,m, lu IJJi.'H) pm. ���  nml 1:00 p.m, "In -liOO |),ni, nnd  lhe nynopnlii Ih mil Inlonded  hi hi;���nnil In mil lo he deemed  In lie nn liiLvi'pnitiilltM i'l' I'1"  By-lnw, ��� ���  Hiiniihine  Cnniif   Ri'iilohnl  DlMlrlcf     -  Bon llllll, ReHinll, H,C,  ��� miri*m\\ , "  ci ia 11 les v, noqpiNci  Seeielnr.v-'IVeninire^  \    ChangeJneatinghabits7  makes lasagne popular  NOT so very, many years ago, most Canadians had never heard of that great  Italian dish, Lasagna,  muchUesa- tasted  its many variations. Tlie change that hW  come  over  our eating habits  now  that.-  we've adopted so many delicious Eurppean  favorites like this mie, makes menu planning' a whole lot easier Ihun it used to be  A hot and hearty baked lasagna cap be  ,. _j   a   marvellous 'way   to  feed   a   group of  hungry  people on  a cold  wintry  night.  Most of (he preparation can bo done earlier in the .day. so that all you need to '  do   is  pop  the., casserole   into  the  oven ,  at  (he crucial moment. Accompaniments .  can be as simple as  hot  buttered stick  bread and crisp tossed salad.  Typical   of   menu   dishes,   that   have  ,come to us across nil les of ocean, the original  version  has been adopted to suit  our   Canadian    way   oi   lite   and     lood'  tastes. In general, the term -Jasagna has  come  to  denote  a   dish  of  cooked  and  drained lasagna noodles baked with se-  veial kinds of cheese, often in a toinat'o  * sauce   In Italy, the favorite cheeses for  the dish  are Mo/zarella,  Parmesan  aud-  Rlcotta   Roth Mo/znrella  nnd Parmesan,  although slill thought of as Italian, are  now being made by Canadian cheese makers.   The   Canadian   products'  will   give  classical flavor lo any lasagna dish. Ric-  otla, with which you may pot be familiar, can best be 'described as a type ol  cottage cheese. It's made from the whey  or' watery liquid that is left over in the  manufacture   of   other   cheese  such' as-  Cheddar,  Swiss  or  Provolone.  Although  some Rjcotta is now made in this country, our regular cottage cheese,is more  , readily available and makes an excellent  substitute in Canadian recipes. '������$'.  With these nourishing and satisfying  basics, it's easy to see how many Ifitpro-  visatiohs might be possibleJ_JIYad!tioVial  beef lasagna recipes are easy to come by  in up-to-date cookbooks, so today's recipes go a .little further afield. Created in  the test kitchens of the Canadian Dairy  Foods Service Bureau, they provide a  change of pace by wpy of chicken .and  seafood. . ;    ;'���-'".���. A-  '  For a  Saturday   night  supper  try   a  "chicken   lasagna.   As   you'd   exppct^thfe  chicken  is complemented  beaUtifuller hf  that cheese and tomato combinalion previously described.   ' -   '.-:.  CHICKEN LASAGNA  , , (Makes  G   to   8   Servings)"       -r  2 tablespoons   butter        . "  V.i cup finely-chopped onion _  2 cloves -garlic, minced .       ,      ~"  1 Vi cups canned tomatoes  1 (7'/a-ounce) can tomato sauce  1(5 Vi -ounce) can tomato past e *���*   ������-���'>���  1 tablespoon snipped parsley  1 teaspoon   basil A.J:--  1 teaspoon salt v   *  Vi teaspoon thyme  4 cups cooked chicken' '  -h .pound  lasagna noodles  2 cups  cottage cheese  % pound sliced  Canadian  Mozzhfella  -  cheese J.  .   Vi cup grated Canadian Parmesan cheese  ip  J  Wednesday, December 15, 1971 -    fhe Peninsula Times  Page A��7  '>       prAy V?-.;   ;\ ':. ^  Halfmoon Bay Happenings ������;..  v / ���by Mary Tinkley  K  PLYWOOD NOTHING.NEW  /    Yofi're wrong if 'you  think -plywoodl-  " is  something  relatively > new, aIt 'dAfes  . back��� to eary .Egyptian times  and  was  used by Pharaoh's artisans as early as  1500 3.C. ior. decorative purposes.  /  Congratulations. ��� - ���"  Director of Hospital Services at St.  'Mary's Hospital, Sechelt, Mr. Barrie  ltedman shared top honors in the  University of Saskatchewan's two  year correspondence course in Hospital Admlnistrati6n. Some 45 people  employed in hospitals across Canada  took the course and Mr. Redman  shared top marks with a person from  Yellowknife. Mr. Redman whose wife  Murrie is librarian at SecheTt Ele-  mentaty, Schtiol completed; grades 7  to 10 in the* high school .when it was  located in Sechelt and Mrs. B. Ran*  kin wfis principal.   D J  rt  e Comment  ���questions answered  ; Question:  Has  the Bible anything of  practical value for modern young people?  ��� Answer: It is doubtful whether modern young people are basically' any dif-  '������"' fcSrehl,   insofar  as   needs   are   concerned,  from young people of any age. The following advice given in Ecclesiastes  12:1  is  still- worth   listening   to:   "Remember  . - now thy Creator in the days of; thy youth;  while  the evil  days  come  not,  nor *Unr~  years  draw  nigh, when  thou  shall   say,  I   have   no  pleasure   in   them;..."   The  Bible Is practical in its en.lirety, but per- .  haps the following are most pointedly sp:  Proverbs 7:6-27,  Psalm  If)   Proverbs 23:  > $-32^  Proverbs -22:1^3,   Proverbs   23:4-5,  and   Proverbs  30:24-28.  In   the  spiritual  ;realm  who can deny Peter's  statement,  " ','Lord, to whom shall we go? thou hast.  ��� the words of eternal  life."  (John  6:(ifti.  .Question:   What   is   humanism?   Does  it have any basis in scriptures?  Answer:  Humanism  represents  a  system of education based not. only on tlie  Cfeek and liortiafi classics but also on the  civilization  of  the   Renaissance.   A   hti'**  rfi'anist was particularly interested in thq.  Melt butter in a large saucepan; .^^ej^.puUure.oj' the ancient Greeks arid-Rom-  o'rtion^and i<avlic for 5 niinides.'i A^la^ft.^f   j|u,\pan)iSitv -triade ''htjmatt1' fn;tefc^tS";  .JT>;ix.'i h\ t'prtiat.oes,  tomato sauce,rt1otp'Atojti;.paiiarh^u,ot, as a result'ot'wltlcb;the ril��>v-^  L^.ST Saturday, members of thc L.A. to  the Welcome Beach Community As-  sod.itmn continued cooking turkeys and  pits while tlie weather .forecasts -became  innic and more gloomy, so that thtiy begun to wondei; what Jhey would'do will)  ���all llie lood if the "threatened snowfall  puumted people from gelling lojhe hall,  llnwevei, lor once, the weather was bet-  U-i than the forecast and there were 06  people seated atthe candle-lit tables when  piesulcnt Keilii Cojnyn "welcomed the  guests Canon Greene said Grace al\d  altei that the food disappeared as ttjough  In  magic  Convenoi of the very successful din-  mi was Mis .lanet ,Allen who was ably  Mippoited hy the members of the Aux-  iliny The hall was' gay inside and otlt.  CJi.nles Coaham supplied and fix^d the  oiiiMde Christmas lights a^id Mrs. Guy  Cleai and Kirs. Fritz Leuchte carried out  the lioinitilul inside "decorations.  With dinner cleared away, there" follow ed a programme qf entertainment,  si-nous and gay,-with music n��^w and  old Mr and Mrs Leuchte accompanied  caiol singing with piano and flute. Soloists ni "We Three Kings" were Fritz  Leuchte, Alan Greene and Bert James,  Alex Klhs gave a thought-provoking  reading horn Eusebius, a fourth century  philosophei, and Mrs. Clear entertained  with a Chnstmas recitation in her own  indomitable sty 1 e. - In a light-hea/ted  mood, "Four Jolly Sailbrmen" was "presented by three 'husky looking sailors  dressed-in oilskins ahd sou'westierrts-and  a diminutive sailor-lady. Aunt Sitti  preached a Christmas sermon on Faith  Hope.and Charity.,and Mrs. Blanche Mc-'  Crady presented a .fine entertainment of  guitar musit^ accompanied at the piano  by Mrs. Ruby Hatcher., A new childrens'  carol written and .composed by Fritz  Leauchte. was sung by,Mr. Leuchte, Bert  James and  Mrs.  Ed. Cook.  CONCERT  Children- of Halfmoon Bay School will  present,   their   Christmas 'concert  at,   the  school  on  Thursday,  December   10  at  7  p.m.   and   woiild   be   happy  to  see  their  ...friends .sitting , in  the audience......     '.   teenagers on Sriturday, December 18th��  This will be a pillow-plaUer parly. Please'  bring your own cushion (pillow) to sit  on and there will be dancing to records  (that's the platter part!) All teenagers  up to and including Nor'West Bay and,-  Secret Cove are cordially invited.-  HERE AND THERE  There are- two pairs of proud gi-and-  . parents Jn the Halfmoon Bay area this  week. Mr. and Mrs. Tain London were  in Victoiia to welcome their new grand-  daughtoi, Ann Gordon, born to their  daughter and son-in-law, 'Mr. and Mrs,"  W   R. Gordon. ' .     v  Mrs Charles Hebert was in' Bandon,  near Coos Bay on the Oregon coast recently visiting her son Kenneth Hebert  and his wife Trong who gave birth'to a  baby girl last Saturday.    ���       --*�����-  Two lueky residents who are _ heading south this week lo seek the sunshine  of California are Mr and Mrs. Rob Wilkinson Dining tlieir absence their house  will be occupied Jry Mr. and, Mrs. Ed,  Whitaker, whef came'here fropi Colorado.  a few months ago and who want la  spend a winter here 4iefore finally , set^,  iling.  Cindy Edmunds is back at school after,  p Jew- days in St.  IVIary's  Hospital for  observation.  Guesls of Ed. Edmunds last weekend  were his daughter and son-in-law, Marion,  and Doug Foley with ^daughter .'Kath^i  frorii; Sqtiamish, '.''*'-������ '"'���' ���'*���;��"  People living oh the-, Redrooffs Rpadl  faced, some transportation problems ��� last-  \yeek with the sudden' fall oJ^snoWTBy  the time the snow plough got around to  the Redrooffs RoadjjLhe snow liad packed  * into ice which wasn't easily moved. -Tlie  h'jll-at the West Sechelt end' of the i,-oad  proved the major problem and on several  occasions there were more cars rolling  backward   down -, the   hill    thajj.__were  . climbing up it. The busses"by-passed the  road and took the highway route on two  days and even the intrepid Archie Rutherford failed to get through With the  ni/dl jme  day.     " ..  T"  . PENCIBR HARBOUR  TABERNACLE  , (Undenominational)  SUNDAY SCHOOL ANP BIBLE CUSS  9:45 A.M;  ," Madeira Pork ~ 383-2374  CHURCH SERVICE���11:00 A.M.  Pastor Hev. Walter S. Ackroyd  ---/  SUNSHINt COAST  GOSPEL CHURCH  r ���    - (Undenominational)  SMfiday School ������ 10:00 a.m.  Church Service'��� 11:15 a.m.  ,    Evening Service 7:30 p.m.  PASTQR REV. S. CASSELLS  Oavll Bay Road and Arbutus  (2 blocki up From Highway)  1  ,  t  it  5  ii  \  'A  V  I  I'  h  ��  The United Church of Canada  - ' . '. SERVICES  - St. Jofiji's United Church' - Davis Bay  '.    ' Sunday Services - 9;30 a.m.  -j ,    Roberts Creek United  V\        Sunday Services - 2:30 p.m.  ������  Gibsons United Church  Sunday Services - 11:115 a.m.  ��� Port Mellon United  Sunday Services - 7:30 p.m  (2nd and 4th Sundays)  Ministry    -  Rev. Jim Wllllb/nson - Gibsons - 886-2333  Ji  SMORGASBORD  Hnll'moon  Bay  will   organize   a "  Recreation Commission  smorgasbord   for   local  "That's what I like," reftiarlced a  cockfail-party guest when the hostess  brought in a tray of hors d'oeuyres. "The  platter of little treats around the house."  B6pti0 Church Services  BFrtiEL BAPtlSTviHUlUSH  ;,. Mermaiicl ahd ;ltrqil; S6Che!t^  Sunday School 'liQiOb <a:m.y  Mol-ning WorsHip 11:15 a.m.  CALVARY BA^IrSTT jCMURtlH  Park-Rd.;; Gibsons  Sunday Schbpl 9:45 dm.  Evienihg Worship 7:G0 p.m.'  Pastor, Robert Allaby  (885-2809)  A WARM WELCOME AWAITS  -.j-."    rap.  \\.  ��������������� iP^tij?Ar^,\M>-, js��if, ���ft f^ra^T-,  .inter,^uncovered, 20 minute.V; addTcooKb'd  -..' chicken. Meanwhile cook noodlesvo$.'6);d;  ing to piuckage directions; drain well. But-;  ter  ,'i sholioW  ">3-qii-avt    (approx;   9��; 13-  inch1) baking dish. Preheat oveh lb" 350VVF.  P]ace ���-,i1r-o^ noodles in bottom of baking ���  dish. -Spread' V.\ of t(imato-c)iicken mixture!  ov,9r   noodle/i.   Top   with   Mi   of   cpftijge.  cheese and Moz/.aiella cheese, Repeal'layering iwlce more and top wlth'Piifrrictyi'n''  cheese, Make In preheated oven 25 to; HO  minutes. Cut Into squares to serve.    . ���   .  ai&p of. the'{iWfel6iit-S ���b^Urrie'iyii.er'V^i'ven '  \yi;th the Bible;MUeWiUtfe 'until frn'a'Hy .-.lhe '  ' efevatipn of-philosophy replaced the e'l'cv-  (Itiou of Uncflluted' Christianity There is  rip  higher intorpst.  exprpssed   ill   hiuiinn  '. Welfare ,tluul A'Fdr aCjod so loved - the  vlioVldj'. that heirgavv?,'his- only begolton  Sop,, Hint  whosoever , believeth   in   him  ���.-should" not perish, Inil, have  everlasting "  l.i.fq," (John 3:1(0! .Hpv^dver,. to countless  millions, humanism appears, to be a sniis-  " riiiilory coinpriVpiise, and foi- tlieni, only  the Judgement day will reveal truth,  n  *i*ii.'ri*0*\ZP&#y(^*"*^  SECHELT ^A^EftSC(pS/DAt��':yAb  ��� Thu free reminder of comlno events is a service of 5ECHELT AGF.NCII:"f>  LTD. Phope-Peninsula Time* direct for tree IIUInQ*, (spocifylnQ "Date  Pad". Please npte that space. Is limited and some advance dotes may  havo to wait their turn; also ,that thli Is a "reminder" listing only and  cannot always .carry full detail?,      ,,.'.,,���' '  Doc, 13���8 p,m, Sechelt (,cQl9n Hdll.-ninao, ���'.       ,  pec, 15Vi~10 a.m-,-3 p.m-R, F( BchnlcHome, Point Rd, Hopkins Londlnn.  Cup Ol Milk Fund luncheon parly,  Drift  16���11  <i,m,-5 p.m. Socholt Rosorvn Holl. lUtnnnodo'Soccer Ciui),,  U0K0 Sale, Door prizes wllh purchases,  Dec,  16���^Irom  1? noon.' Socholt' Uglon Holl, hmnch 69 Sr, CltUcns  Christmas Dinner and'Party, ���  Doc, 16���7i30 p.m. ElphlnstonirSoconrlnry-School, flno Arts'Night,,  Doc, 16-"B'p,'m, Ponder. Hnrbour Cpnininnlty llnll, Rlnqo,  Doc, 17���from 10:30 a.m.'Wilson Crook llnll, Community Cnffoo Party,  Dec, 17���fl p.m. Socholt Roservo Hnll.i Hlndn, ���...,������-..���.  Doc, 21���Tlmbor Troll lildlnq Club, Turkey Drnw.    ���,',     ���  Doc, 22���7!30 p.m, Rolmrln' Crook Community Holl, Public .Hnnrlno ro  omendmnnl "to Zoning By-law,.  Doc, 3|--liom 6 p.m, Soch'oli Legion llnll, Drnnch  HO Now Ycor'n  Hvc PnncomnH Supper. Tlckols must hn picked ,up by Doc,  Inn, -3���2-p.m, Hon It h' Centre fiibsonii, Brnnch 3fl O.A.P.O, Social,  ASK FOR OUR FREE CATALOGUE  Tonight; ihcro will bo many    '  parties like thik and nftorwa^a,  many earn on tho road being driven  by mon and women risking tlieir  Mvoh ahd the liven of others |jecauso  thoy drnnk too much.   ���������  .Thoy think tlipy can drink and  drivo safely. Thoy justify it hy saying  to t-homHelveii:'Tt can't hapjiofi to  f f thoy'ro told tliat oyor lmlC  ���,oC alltrafficfaialitios in.,Hf|Uiili.,  (lolumhia ai'o cnuned by dnhkiiijc  drivors, thoy shrug it oil ixw it it  didn't concern thorn.  M they're told that 'experiments  by tho world's largest car company  snow that not ono driver who could  pass a road safety test whon sober  could pass it when slightly intoxi- '  catod, thoy cry;' 'Prove ill"    '  Thoy only stop and listen when  thoy cbri't brake or swerve in time  to miss hitting someone. And all too  often it's too late to listen because  at last it has happened to them and,  they've died in: shock and aigony, ��� (  "This year, mako it  nom foi: (ho youd.  ~>  GOVERNMENT OS? BRITISH COLUMBIA  COUNCIL ON DRUGS, AUCOMOL AND TOBACCO  Hon, IX L, Brother*, Q��., Minister of Educatlon-Chairmani  MiOHMiMl  -,,,,0-r  4**f  ���..�����  ,,,.0  iftt".  LADIES'and  S GIFTS  Gibsons  886-2234  k  1   S&th-Bmf   '  ��.  /i ' ��� ;        ....       . , * " ���  ...... '   . ���- .1 a      ,    . .... ..     .     ...... ,. I      .   -     , .������!,...'.. .,...., ..-.,,.. I    ���       .... .    WWWUkAAAA ��AA***M  tA^fcAAAAAAAAAIH*-  0.0.^     *J*   *   0l  >AA/.A^4��a��*��A4*^*/.Mff#A��A^.  ��� r.r*r* *.***.** K^��p.��Ml'<Uh^1.A.t.^^XNS>iS'^ -  111   f*"  '*  4  + T  ��� k.  . ���**���  .' ���>  '\  v  0  ���\  <  r  it  '���r.* MORE   ABOVT..:.   *     .<     ty\,;t\  P Dental hygiene       :'! 'n'���!,���  ~ ,.   '   * u ���,        *.~fronf page A-l  I f    t   J �� i J ** i.  .tY*p .Health Unit  io Lowell ���,River,  Dr.  ; J. R.-Robertson, Director'of the Upper  Island" Mental Health Centre, Courtenay, ,  ' stated that it is physically impossible to  ' directly, service, the Gibsons - and-Sechelt *  "areas. A phychiatric social worker is to-  bts located in the office-at Powell River.  ,v  ' Dr.  Gemmill informed  Union  Board,  of Health-members that,-.Mr.' .V^.. Wage-"  .makers, administrator of' St. .^ttu-y's Hospital, Sechelt stated-that a /psychiatrist  has applied for admitting  privileges" at  Sechelt Hospital.- Dr.' Gemmill said it, is  Jus   understanding   that) this   physician  will soon undqrt,ake regular visits to the  Peninsula.   j      ' '       ���**      , ,    r_ \  COMMUNITY CARE  Department   of  Health   Services   and  Hospital Insurance has taken over field  .responsibilities for Community Care Fa- ,  cilities. This includes processing new applications  for  tlie-- licencing  of ,a , community care1 facility;'inspection of prop-*'  osed   new  facilities;   submission   of  an-!  " ntial inspection reports and Investigation  of complaintsr;        -v.  Welcoming this now responsibility, Dr.  Gemmill said~thdVe is���a~definite need for  more accommodation for jelderly citizens  and also for a type of medical supervision  that can be offered outside the acute  <3eneral Hospital.  On December 1st, the Olive Devaud  Boarding Home in Powell River turned  over a portion of the beds to the more-  specialized care of persons" requiring some  form of medical supervision and the success of this project could pave "the way'  for development of this type of facility'  in other,, areas of the Health Unit and  throughout British Columbia.  VENEREAL  DISEASE  -. During the past few months, the  Health Unit has noticed an upward trend  in venereal diseases, particularly gonorr  Poge'A-8  The Peninsula Times    t Wednesday, Dccomber,'l5, 1j971  \s  i %  L  ���  ' ��� i > ���   ,*m0  **    m  \  : ?.' 33:  Ptan)**** j**-*** ���  U{  .* *lk V*    ^  I " ,        -Tr    \    i  *>�� *.*���./ ^^  ^   i'-s  ,,rn  r" n  -��   i *  Topics  n   *-  tart* <��� I  *��� **��� \  ' r   I." *nt**>   \**  ���t * -   ��  Old ihpories on,teeth cleanching exploded ; '����    J\ f|  Tho traditional theories'thai 'sjay/that I 'gLj'J i.'  teeth-clenching or grinding is,reaped by ' ^g"  5Pe,fc9'* ,  anxiety and a pool- "bjte", appeal1 to have | lS <     ���,  been exploded, by a dentist-psychologist/O   ,,   <-*  team. ^ n   ^ , ( '^ .���''. ; ��� .  It found Uhat it was fyiistratipnrr-nott! ',�����>, ���'',  anxiety���that    caused    thet  uncbn&cious . '����'      > --  grinding ofJ,eGth=-bruxism���{ind that the i -"���*<,    , *.\  problem   is   more   psychosomatic-than    3l !'���     ,/  mechanical. ������ -   - �� '      ' '. 4ft    .  Rather JLhan  altering the  pattern  of O   '    ,     -  '  thc patient's "bite", a dentist should teach ' '*��  him to relax, say  the researchers' The 2S, ' ,  patient's jaws might also be rested by a, 3K1  diet of soft foods or disengaging them at 3l  night with guards or sprints. * O  When  the  tested patients' learned of '����  their tensional responses, they also learn  mmmm's vmmv m  TABLE OF GIFT SUGGESTIONS  Novelties - Toys - Gifts  r,   r   ;>cia^��isic*fiK*g*��tc"a��ia��!:^*at2t5(5tct5t!it5i(iia(���isi/' -  LOCALLY MADE INDIAN BASKETS  ������*..  /+*/  885-9343    O  -   O  ���f��.  <&  ���a,..  4��  ���������>  ,    -**>  O-  ,-���     o  &  ���i  ���r*  -:. ���'���'���%  .A  t  **. t  s^i _ cd~��elf-control. They could be taught toi;, "��"  relax their .mouth muscle^rtderSstresS|'^^  ���    The volunteer ������p^iwts::"ui^w^i^.^'.>lSj',  ,**  series of warning arid'electric ^Iwck^tof^i  i    increase  anxiety   andr various   fc^msrpf^--i-tg ..���'���'  ���    harrassment   to   intensify   ili-ustrationv-^-  o    :��i��'��'^��tK'��<��'������i��tQ(a��iciK��ie����tsteists^is��i ��__  - -   BUTTERlCK PATTERNS  Knitting Books - Embroidery Patterns  iieistste^tstst^isiaiQtsiaStecstaStetaSietaSiaStetstsistetstasi  Christmas Decorations - Gift Wrap, Etc.  ctaseetsistseKist^tatststetstsiatsiatctstfitsiatsistststsi^   ���  Wo will be open Fridoy, DecernberJX *o 9" p.m;  ALSO Monday, Dec. 20, Tuesday, Dec. 21, Wednesday, Dec. 22  Christmas Eve. December 24th to 5:30 p.m.  **.'*  it  ,\  *v  A'^  * f ���  ���a^,  ^j*. iaiiiiimi,BiiiiiuiiMMfcM**4*a  Canadian Dental Association.  ��� a...  o  ��� �����������  Roadworthy Checks - " ..-'���>  RCMP were out over the weekend t'ects result in drivers (owners) .in:  Hoea. Thisjs in .keeping with an increase    filing spot checks ^n autos and driv- ��� structed to have the vehicle brought  at both the national and provincial level,    ers. General test�� were carried out up tb standard within a set- period".  states Dr.! Gemmill.'                    -            on efficiency of -brakes, lights, tires A number of such tests are planned  ^   Control-. pf this disease requires co-    etc. Any vehicles found to have haz-, between now and the Christmas fes-  operation from members  of the com-    ardous equipment of mechanical de- *'   "  munity including physicians, p u h 1 |i o  health staff, Jteachers, social workers, etc.  v* Early in j J972 secqndai-y: schools in  the Health Unit will carry out- an educational pr6gramme. The film, "Half a Million Teenagers" will be used for dis-"  cussion.- -���  MORE. ABOUT . . .       :  ��� Sex booklets issued:  ~  .  ' ���from page A-l  emotional, scocialjmd moral aspects honestly   and   explicitly   at   the   "teachable  tivities.  the month of February includes four  evenings: (1) Man and Woman; (2) The  Tasks of thc Family Today and Signs of  Trouble in Families; (3) Finance's; (4)  Single Parent Families.  Rev. Williamson ,suggested that if,..-re-  I  Correspofideifce  No one will coll on you cither to discuss  or to argue. The Bible has something of  vplue for everyone, young and old.  APPLY TO BOX 468, GIBSONS,  B.C.  ��� ���     i   .  juuummimim^imsuafi  4&  ���������������  o.-  ��� !���������   ���  *�����'  ���������������  <?�� a.  ... ������  ���*���  *o.  'O'  o  ... ������  o  MMB WMPMB SER��1CE F0H OME YE^R  .���'.' COST-AS LITTLE AS $.68,75  if ordered before December 18  In areas presently wired only���For additional information contact our office.  -O'  ��� a...  .....  ��� ������������  ,o-..  .....  ��� #�����  o  .....  ��� ������������  4ft  4ft  4ft  ��� ������������  4ft  ��� ���<������  4ft  .....  ��� 4ft  ��� �����������  4ft  ���t...  4ft  ..-4ftr  ORBm MOW TO SMSURE BNSTALLATBOM BiFOUE CHSIBSTMAS   I  ',���: *4ft  *��� ���������������  4ft  -^  moments'   which Some as" children'gro^^^  toward   adulthood.   It   aims   to   developr ed for the following year.  healthy concepts of masculinity artel femi- District  Superintendent  R.   R.  Haniur  ninity,   and   the    relationships,  between said that  such a course is being offered  boys and girls, husbands and wives, par- in" many night school programmes in thu  en Is  and  children.  It  is  more than  sex province.                                                              ��  education   which   usually   puts   emphasis Commenting  on counselling program-    jj��  on the^ biological facts with a cappirig of hies   in   schools,   Mr.   Hanna   said   that     ::ii  injunctions  against  the  violation  of  the there  is a  new. guidance curriculum  for    ^S>  traditional���rules  of sexvial morality and high  schools.  Sex  education   is just  one    �����  reference, to   the   painful   consequences, small part of. this'very large programme    ^  The  biological facts should  be* included * which has five major objectives set out       but main emphasis should be on human for grades  8 toll "students. It includes    .3  relations. communication,      advertising^-     decisio'n    "*"  885-2444  4ft  ��� ������������  4ft  4ft  ���������������  '4ft  �������������  4ft  ��������.  4ft  O    Breakfast Delight or Dovoh. T lb. pkg.  .....  O  fa  o  o  O Columbia, 14 ox. tins. Whole or jellied  .*ft  ,������������� ''   '  O* Ann  O    Reynolds, 18" rolls.1 Heavy Duty Bonus Pack  *������������  ^    Sudden Beauty, 16 ox. cans, Regular, Supiir, Unscentcd  !������������  ft..*  <fft  <ft  .....  .....  ���������������  Carnation, II ox. '.'., IAJJJJ.'  nlNltMltAl Nabob,  44. o��,  |ar  ..>.....,  "ft' UlUil   MIX'     MQlograin, 10 o��, pkfl......'.  DftUXE TEA BAGS H.������,���.  .WiRd   LUKN,      Nobol. Fancy, 12 o*. tins .....'  lismt'ScoiA!E$:X; TkZ  tSAVU    Royal Prince. 19 ox, tin       "*.  ........... ,. ..'..'   MANDARINE ORANGES-h**...**-.��-...  for  ililfctilCS     Rogulor, 59c Site  NG MIX  ALKA SELTZER  jUUCtl.CMA''lNAvK:     Kra^t ChaoKo. Aborted flavors, 0 ox. 55  I VACUUM PEANUTS  -4ft  .....  ��� ������),  <ft  ,  for  ��� ������<!  ><ft  ��� ������"    ''  Plan|(or��, 1 ^ or, fin  VACUUM MIXED NUTS  I INSTANT COFFEE tl'S^"-  3.for 7  1,SPORTS COLA  ���*\*   ���      ���".*   ,'. ' ':  |; KLEENEX x my ioo.  Plantori, U ox,, fins  ,0<^u,��...w,,.����,.,��......��*��.,...,.,-*.n  Colli 25c raliind liuUliiJar; 10 ox,  Canada Pry, Quarti  >  3 for fi99  ^pnv39��  ���^pj    Ray&le. White or colored  rolls  .��'��  ���������  o  .....  .....  .....  Royalo, White or tolorcd  ���,i.-���..,..  rolls  Nabob. Sliced,' crushed, tidbifs. 14 ox. tin  F  0  R  EIIUCE Eacl,  CRANBERRIES  ,M,  0000f% ,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,  i  ttS  lb' -Ml  ^  4ft  .....  .....  ���4ft  �����������  fiSe\  .....  45S'  MIXED HUTS ,  MEDIUM ONIONS  lb.  lbs.  mmmmmKssmalm  (FORMERLY REDMANS RED & WHITE MARKET)  COWRIE STREET,  SECHELT      "* PHOWE 885-9416  imi  \\S3Mt   ���'��� ^"^^m,  <ft-  4ft'  ��� ���IM  -4ft  4ft  P.IM  4ft  .    ���������in  O  ��� ���tn.  <*���  i��in  4ft  ��� Kin  ��� ���IIIJ  ".i.O-  4ft-  #.MI  ���453*  .4ft  ��� ���IM  4ft-  ,������111  '4ft'  ��� ���Hi  4ft-  ���.im*.  4ft-  ��� ������in  ���4ft-  4ft<  ��� ��llf  4ft-  ���������I,  -4ft-.,.,  ��� ���II!  4J*'  .....  4ft' .  ������i.i  4ft  ��� ���in  4ft  4ft<  4ft>  ���������I,  4ft' .  ���������M  4ft1     <  ��� ������11  4ft  ,0*'!^'   jh   4     ��    ,  *  * A   *   #  *     t     0     t      f     ���      t  1    *     f      *^-t-0rr    i  y *��.^ <��� r-*  ��('#l***^^/^    <*'���/    *     ^*/'     *"    *     **     '     *-** ��**��^-''^^    -rt-r^f I** **+m\*m.+m0m00m+0���tm  ��� *���- ll��^w*M��h��P^ba^4|M��#��>4(1b4ni^M''^tfMk��h����  *.  - w* Food and .Refreshments  9 p.m. to 1 a.m.  For tickets  Phone 886-7174  I  ^fffJfSSJTSSJfSS'mmmmMrimmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmrKS  '.ii  / \ CC '^-^--^ i  -'* -* *   i ���  >  r  r  - * *  * **  -^-.//j  Ml *  f| I |(l  Thurso Fri., Sat.  December 16,  17���  IS11'  ���J~*:,  st��4  :,yjfiy  ^\|  ���f -  f,\T,i,\mXirJ\ttn0il~  ���>JJ"1  ���t   ytf?mnf imtt *W*l*t  , "**AIWHCOCRBttlDI raDDUCnON ^ 'l- '  .,  ,jlSEAfJCflHHffiV^UtlO!ACi|RDIN/liEfb -, j  ����-**/. ��/i *��� *f*     ir   Mr, rr** 0 "mHTvvtTa  '"  '" Ti   nj"M"i 1.1^*7.       yt*T  Sun., Mon., Tues.,  Wed., Thurs.  Dec.  19, 20, 21, 22, 23  �� - ***.  'C\**  '���.I'l* �����  I-  "* -ft n  HIGHWAYS (SCENIC IMPROVEMENT) ACT, 1961  PURSUANT to section 3 of the Highway (Scenic* Improvement) Act,  1968, all highways as defined in the Municipal Act, lying within the  corporate limits of Sunshine Coast Regibndl  District, but not within  the boundaries of any incorporated municipality, on the request of'  the Board by resolution, are designed for the purposes of that Act.  DATED at Victoria, B.C.,  fthts 7th day of December,  1971  Dan Campbell   ,  Minister of Municipal Affairs  ^y-a^^^  I  a'   _  ';*.  ��i  Use'Times'^AdBiieis to Sell Rent; Buv, Swap, etc*  rlffiiWWlW  *  I   ���   III      -l -       ���*      'I    ll  ENINSULA  Section B  Wednesday, December 15, 1971  Pages 1-8  Visits Ottawa .  ������> ij\  I    1 0  K  * it a  l J A*  A j%  -&A  WA  fXk Ji  yyM  i /if >*  *   > i  "BLUE WATER,  WHITE DEATH"  ���'     Thihuntforttw' ' '  ,   GreatWhiteShaik .  TWILIGHT THEATRE  EVENINGS AT 8  Gibsons - 886-2827   ,  O'  Co-operation 1  .Village of Sechelt required'considerable quantities of fill for extenfciqn  of the sea wall along Boulevard. Tlie  Highways Department, widening arid  .straightening out -Highway 101 be-,  tween Sechelt and Earls Gove, had  large quantities of fill to dispose of  and in short time the; village was  provided, free of charge, with all the  fill it needs. Piled up along Boulevard, awaiting the contractor, the  rock; gravel and earth fill has saved  .local taxpayers a substantial sum of  money. ;,- ^A-  piiiiiigniiiiiiiiiiiunmi  ������'fa!?  1 v$  h*  ,  J i Jl  >* V*>  t  ,*>���  GIBSONS HOSPITAL AUXILIARY  ,*^��-*"  !l  f  i\  '   " WB-Marin^QfiV^y  CLOSED  DE^EiVlBE^a^d DECEMBER 30  OPEN AGAIN JANUARY 6th,  1972  Many thanks tire extended to all those who haye in any way contributed  to the success-of the Mini-Thrift .Shop,  A  Very Happy Holiday Season To All    y   J  MR, CLEAREN.CE Joe, administrator for Federal governments recognize the neces-  ihe Sunshine Csast Tribal Council, sity for the integration of Indian child-  this ���week congratulated the government ren into the public schools. He was also  in Qttawa for its recent appointments of instrumental in getting. the Indian peo-  B.C. Indian leader Mr. Guy Williams to pie of B.C. on voting lists. ;  the Federal Senate and Mr. Tom Berger, ,Th0   appointment   of   Mr.   Berger   is  Vancouver lawyer, to the B. C. Surpreme    ajSp r.eceiying.���.quiet,.apprpyal,,amp.njg,,.In;,'  Court.      , L dian bands. As a lawyer and MLA Justice  Mr.  Joe suid  tliat  Mr.  Williams  has    Berger has, in the past, successfully "re-  been a long time friend and associate of    presented the bands of B.C. in'the courts  Indian bands on the Sunshine Coast. As    and in the .legislature. Recently, Mr. Ber-  presidept.of  the Native Brotherhood he    ger argued the Nishga  land claim case  has assisted both these and. other bands    before the Supreme. Court of Canada,  in B.C, in solving many problems. Senator  Williams was a key figure among B.C.    ott  Indians   in   getting   the   Provincial   and    obser  "'""' case  Williams  kno\yn  . p^rtqjtifiil^          , _ ^  y��� stitTa.tes;*a7 tecochitibn' of^-the- inrmManco"?  '      ii'.Vi'rt,irr. '   fyv'irVwt'   ttM'f ���ir',P��.   ��� xfr,**;:, , ,.*.  of   these   nights   oy   the   government  of  Canada.  iiiiina  | ACREMTALSITDr |  |   Garden Bay, B.C. - 883-2585    |  1-2-3 Ton Como* Along*    ,   .  Tilo Cutter - Lino Roller  Appliance Dolly - Tow Bars  Table Saws - Air Compressor  Post Jacks - Hydraulic Jocks  Chimney Brushes - Root Routers  Pipe-Cutters - Dies - benders - Stand  I Plus Many Other Tools  aiDDiiiiiaiouiiiiuiuiuuiiiuiiiuiiui  A'aK-  M l"u./i.  I '   '<1iT  h'< 'Ah  ^J J m  tl i- i I, Ll Jul u  A' n  .   i\.  JJiI  A  11, I '���     r"   | - ���'(  "!'' 'JA  1<A^  r   ,"M  II i* u > u 4 A  dAk  HAVE YOU HEMD OF THE  &/MM FAITH?  Phone 886-7353 or 885-9895 '  *.m��>a.     -"^tii;   )**>* ' ������' "*t��v.vi-��>4t>     j^f' ��J  TTlferorl wilr- 'lte�� -a-', meeHngr- iifr.g;,  'Gibsons   Athletic   Hall,   thurs., ��  Dec. 16th at 7:30 p.m. to form 6 ��  Rugby Team. If unable to attend fe  this   mooting   but  interested   in ^  joining, contact one of the  coaches:  S MR. GARY GRAY, 886-7392 or ��  I MR. BARNEY EGAN, 886-2492 |  r>//////S//U////////S////////0'///f///////X  C.B��tume4ewelry - Binoculars - Shaves  Hand-Crafted  Crystal    Coalport and  Glo-Hill  Watches and Clocks  Evening Bags, - Wallets  30%     OFF  Voltaire Watches  *  FRESH SELECTION of  WELCH'S CANDIES  i��i��(iii*saiM��tiiiiiiM��i*titi����i<Mttiaiti|ti\iMai��tViMipi*a��if������(  You Get A CViance to Win Diamond  Ear-Rings or = &tDlambnd^��e-^ck in  'Tf.-rTj?4V.*"0U^  CowrieStreet, Sechelt  Phono 885-2421  MtW��!*W*!^  w, ���*  ''ill  II /iff.  Ir'l'l i    ' I l/    \l  J, *    :J  V  -ll  I    <   )'     *  iim      1   1, t i  S !'^      1 1   .  jy  J i .  1! 5 'Ml- I ,  *        11.  1, Hi  ,        r  I  \    '        I.        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Sechell Western Drugs  Trail Bay Centre - Socholt  , Phono 005-9033 ,  ��   A^. �� �� j��t ft *t *���*'*(�� \0. w^>(^t*i*     I       ^ I   ^ B  ,SUPER  CUBES  111  1.1\  ,l,,��Atiii*l,*,**r*rft0r00.���.������.nrr****  -TREE  ORNAMENTS  jyindo of unbronKflblo plastic, llibao ornnmontn hnvo  bonullful antln finish tQ  brlohton nny troo, Pnokaao  of four, ���,  Mlo.'i* nuon��ol��.nl  lolnll pilno    ,70    c-Q  , vVoMorn'ft  rrl���� ��*'*'  G.ri.','  P1.A8HCUBE8  Tho flnahcMboa with  ntipnr llnnhnblllty for  alnndnircl flnnlioulSo  onmorrtB."'12 flnshon.  Mlfl.'ft ftUQaonlotl '  roinll prlco P.07  <%, qq  WoBlorn'ft Prica X.05?  G.E. INDOOR LIGHTS       ���*  For trlmmlnp tha troo or Interior docorntlng.  This Indoor eparklo oot contnlna 15 lights.  Mlfl.'u nuppottlQfl mliill prlcp AM   *\ rirv  Wanlorn'fl Prlco   OniCZf  ylJi* "  i:.  j \9"0n  r^iT  ;��yMp,','v!'i,,j1'  >> Ht.tfrrf*i f* . trif ft r tfty * f��� (r��*��***v���� i*  m����i *p*r��i^ ��. *fl�� ^ f wy ��� f��#���*��*���  \wiii,i  Q.E. WIINI-MQHT SET  20���llQhlQjooturlng��tho���noW-.-Vpu8h,-lnlL.iypo.  aockot and ring faotonora for placlno aookota  on bronohoomorooAolly,  Mlfl.'a BUpgQStQd roinll, prlco 0,00   >t  QQ       '      |  V/pBtorn'ft Prlco  I  ft  r  ^Sti��r*iTr!W��Bir*^i^^  ���>*    .^**..*.00r   *   m  .    ,   .   *   .  ,r  .   *  ��*, ,.4.,^, *^^,* ��� 4��� ^w, ,��,^r(1l. (^^^^w )  -i  r  ���  ��  t  ���I  ���V'  .Fo$ftr&3Uv ^*\>ntt�� jPgniwigla Tjroea    Wednesday/. December 1$, }$7J  Pender Harbour Jottings  ^JJA^-'J ��  tA.J\A y *���-  ���e*.  ^  1 && Sqfefy Council ,������  ���^ *�� m 4 .ihmii,*, i    W|im,wui-ww.mpw.w��iiiiiimimwii��i wiimw.^..^**.   nnwwn^.1 <��0*0j/  \ ��'  FRIEND olJLetvLai-son.wm bo pleases*  ���      '      , i   ���by Evans Hertnon  Etementavy school, reports    that _ then*  Welcome home, ttf^^tG-v&asaiwe KUbovn  . attraul and special invitations have been  aftey his stay in St. ^vyVflospitaX S��-    sent tp seniw pitjzens.'The progvajn in-,  chelt. etudes selections by the junior and senior  Mr. and Mc��. J, J>. Flattey together choirs, folk singing, plays and skits by  with Mi\ and Mrs. M, Myers will leave' t]\e primary anc| intermediate^stndents.  about December 21st for a trip to Reno,    and selected n\usie^_by the'pareMs'band.  They tylan* tQ return tjef^re Ne>v Y^ts* $. c|cess rehearsal Is "to be holm on the  "We hope they have a barrel of fun, 'with-    18th, with JRgmont school invitwjl to atom being obliged to wear it home!  FESTIVE  CAROLS  About 5 or 6 years ago, some high  school students asked Capt, Bill Thompson if he wtfhld take them on his tugboat to do some Christmas carolling. Bill  -was pleased with the idea and since then  tend,  Mr, Wishlove mentions, too,, that the  children*' cl)o\rs, under Miss Marilyn Mc-  Kee.< guidance���and;-assisted by himself"  and Mr. Buhner,- will be carolling in the  Madeira Pari;"area"during the'evening ot  December    21st,  We   were    thoroughly'  it has became an annual event. Capt. Bill - 5^rwea1 *�� ^e ea^oUers^ lastf Chr^t  decorates his tug life.�� a Christmas tx-ce,  and   with   the   young   carollers   aboard,  tours all the navigable bays in Pender  Harbour.'  * While the date for tins year's '"ci'mse"  is not yet definite, it is thought likely  to be December 23rd, setting out from the  government-wharf at Madeira. Park. The  adult band will be on board both to play  and join in the .singing. Mrs, Thompson  say<i apyono-else���who may want to come  along will be welcomed and can sing to  their hearts desire.  CHRISTMAS CONCERT  Mr,   Wishlove.   principal   of  Madeira  Blake C. Alderson D.C.  CHIROPRACTOR  Post Office Building Sechelt  Phone 885-2333  Res. 886-2321  Tuesday to Friday 10:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.tn.  Saturday 9:30 a.m. to 1 ;00 p.m.  EVENINGS BY APPOINTMENT  JonJ  fjiri  vJHeautu ��3��ie  IGS  Sold and  Serviced  By Experience  ^THAT CARESf*  DILL AAcCULLQCH  . Gibsons - 886-2120,  S *�� B   ���&& Hz**]*"*-l*fLtiV   * **ii��.#T Ml   ����tf�� *H*  iff., ? t^.xiiyj , il*  s   S6S?**   s��t***  mas. and look forward to hearutg"^{?nr"*"  once a&ain.  CHRISTMAS PARTY  All" Pender Harbour children ten years  and-under aie invited to attend a special  Cnristmas party at the Pender Com- ,  miutity Hall at I pm on December Kith.  This party is being staged by the Brownie  "Mothers'", and will include entertain-  'ment b.v the Madeira Elementary choir  aud folk singers. Santa Clans will - be  there in person. kids��� so for goodness*  sak& don't miss it!  LIBRARY  iV seems we .boobed "when reporting  in last weed's column that the Pender  Community Library had been only recently incorporated. It has been pointed  out that ih 1966 the Recreation Commission provided a grant to get the library  started, and that the Pender Harbour  Community Hall provided Some space.  Local residents provided books after being canvassed by Joan Rae. Elna Warnock  and Doreen Lee, while other volunteers  helped in cataloguing and listing' these  kind' donations.  In 196* a centenpial project -was un-  i derta1>en to provide the lihrasry with  proper Space, and a separate aj-ea for that  purpdse-nvas^bnilt on to thp hall. In November of 1&70, Mrs. Payne was appointed Librarian. She is presently helped by 16 volunteers who take turns in  helping run things. The Libaray, on winter schedule, is open on the following  days... Monday from 9:30 tcr 11:30, Tuesday from 1:30 to 3:30 Thursday r from  1:30 to 3;30, and Saturday from 2:00 to  5:00.      ,'...-'  IN BRIEF  Barbara Bird. repqrts a good turnout  for bridge <}X the-Pender Harbour Hotel  on December "Jh. despite the heavy snow  falling, j High score for, the evening was  - had  by Mrs.  Eric Brooks.  No bowling scores this week,.. the  intrepid Pander 5-pinners got snowed out.  dn Tuesday,! December" 15th at 3:00  to 4:30, the Brownies parents are to  give them a Christmas party. It is to be  at the Pender Community Hall, with  S*mta ciaus attending. There will be, a  goodies for the Browniesi.V-hlessi'em:���  :'}  Tough ?e$^l<xt|ons s<?u^fet  fc?r bicycles a^d yiders.  MORE  formal  and  tough  set,' of  tews    cycles ahd shovilder portions of existing  covering bicycles and their operators    roads should be made suitable for bike  has been recommended to Attorney "pen- . traffic, . v  end Les Peterson by "the British CoUiU&ta    -  -The report a^Q suggested an interim  'Safety Council.' '' "    ��� benefit  coutd yesutt. M"  tjxistmg  street  The report ^ptwTuced by theCoun^ ~[*r* ���ds ��\ "^^to^HS18;  .cil's Home and School commit^" Mlow-    ^ere marUnl  with s g.��        indicate  a  ing  ��   survev   on  bievcW awWwts  in    Prrterml bicycle route because of ,low  B.C earlier in the y,ar,:        \, "Vandal   bicycle  registry   office  -Among     recommendations:    Cyclists a��0 xwommenAi,a as ;i clearinghouse  Tiding without -Ujihts qt; night be subicrt . Jor lost op siolen% blkes und rtS an mi.  '  to fines ranging up^to $2fv  All bicycles ��.old hi the province af-'  ter January 1." 19"JS should be equipped  with built-in headlamps, approved reflectors, and highly reflective material \>n  front forks and rear fenders.  Drivers' licences be required for bike  riders.  thot ity to operate an ann'ual mechanical  Inspection sei vice. Municipal registration  was effective when bikes weie a vehicle  for young children only, the report said,  but now thousands of people off all ages  are on t\vo wheeR  The   Salety   Council   committee   also  felt   evidence' that   about  half  the  bike  All. bicvcles be subject to atv annual accidents icported involved a law vwla-  inspection'of mechanical condition,     *  . tion. stricter enforcement may effectively  Municipalities be requested to develop reduce the accident rate,  ways of' separating bicycles ahd inotor ."        -���    "y^ -~  vehicle traffic.  ANONYMOUS.   (,A  small -boys   is   ��i  Among  other    recommendations, I/the    pain m the neck wheh he is around and  ���i i *.�� ��j  I- .   ��� \     i ; i  BuUtHng this very big si)o\v-bear in and their sister.-Donna; Bob Drone  the,Sechelt Elementary-Sbhool con- apd Steven E\'8i)s, YftQ- vety%'copsi-  'tostCwas a^ta^k requalng^erts of en- deratply {irovhtedthe.big fellow with  ergy* from Mark and Dangy. Whyte ear-muffs.  r  ^^l^fffisiSisailss^^Si^v^^  Sunshine Coast Regional District  Customers of the Regional District Water Authority are advised  that accounts not paid by December 31, 1971 will be in arrears. If  transferred to the provincial Collector for collection as taxes in arrears  these accounts wi|l be'IioWe \p the. addition of interest; at the current  rate applicable to such taxes.  . ; CHARLES F. GOODING  Secre;tory-Trea��urer  f*  >  TT^*"^~"^JTTr~~r-*rTT~J*MM1MM*'"*    '     '    ^���M*^^^���������   -    ������ 1-ii in n~n rrirri n iu in   n, ii ji i.    i_.i���.  CLASSIFIED  AD-BRIEFS  WILL DO  A JOB  FOR YOU.  PHONE  885-9654  FOR  ACTION!  ��� Mr. -Advortlfou  Thota advertising  ���pacet aw real bar-  gain* for you. Sqld pn  contract only. For de-.  tollt on how to (tretch  your adverthing dollar, phono 085-V054.  Htk Kr ipecial od  rates, ...', '. *",."...  ^���pUy"'WmM����i��IM��*  ����� P*,*if*mf HiHti^rTy^WaHH  Satety Council report suggests that three_  wheelers be classified as bicycles "'too���"  but only those driven by adults.  There was also importance attach? I to  changing the name vrider" tq Hlriver"  when referring to bicycle oper^tQrs as a  means of - connotating the seriousness of  operating a bicycle, particularly in traffic conditions. /  Like car drivers, bic;ycle driven* should  be expected to make uniform''signals  Wheij turning qnd would b,e - prevented  fropi making U-turn-*, 'thp {report lec-  bmmends,.       ^      '.   .       ....  The report says that some 90 per cent  of cyclists ride at night at lecist occasionally, but only 20 per cent have then-  cycles equipped-wlth tights.  Council .ai|thprities commentpd that  the bicycle accident survey showed that  many of the school age cyclists invplved  in mishaps were riding on 'the left side  of the road or commit other errprs that,  in fact are against' the law. '-'  "It's this kind of evidence," said a  spokesman, "that leads us to lecommend  that bicycle dealers be .required to provide to purchaseis a copy -of thfe bicycle  section of the motor vehicle act; to ask  the provincial motor vehicles branch to  prepare a bike driver's manual; and to  suggest a bicycle operators examination  and  license "  Nearly a quarter of the bicycle accidents sur\eyed were a result of mechanical failure, according to the council:  report, a figure large enough to warrant  -demands for an annual bicycle safety  inspection. \ ��  In a "long-term view.-the counteij recommended    that    municipal    authorities  thioughout  the  province be encouraged  to find ways of separating car and bicycle traffic. Bicycle paths", it said, should  'be the lung term goal of everv municipality. t A ���    "  .   Future   highways  and  streets  should  ���be  planned   to safely   accommodate  bi-  a pam in the heart*-when he is not.'  PIONEER  With 14" bar  and chain    CANADA DRY  PRODUCTS  24 cans in case ^  'Per Case 2fo  Put 0  little spice in your life  ��� >V'��''>"*''��--'��a��.��i��-'��.��  ���� .   ki,  rr-Vr-r4+���rf-  V ���*   �� >-  SECHELT  HOME SERVICE  Box 1536 - Sechelt*   B.C.  Phone 885-  . 1 W . 0i* I n  .i"3..   L**L*-1'-*  sr  fflfflfW^^^  NEWt'^jf^ BIKE  USED HONDA 90rGood condition  DEMONSTRATORS: 1?71 CT 70 Honda  ^-,r,--,,;"���/.    1971 SL 70. Honda  HELMETS AND ^pES��pRIES  MERRY CHRISTMAS TO ALL  SUES3SHBNE HOIMDA  aaaoaooaanoDKi  , Coc^l Canipo  Snow sculptors at Scchvll Klomon-   school-yard blossomed   with fig\iros  tary School had |>K>nty of hiat'ovitU'to   tmt it was Wityho PhUUps' snowy-  work with iturinit'the first ��� .fall' of.��� white p0o% which attracted .most,  snow, ou Wednesday Dec, ��th. Dur-   attention. ....''  iny tho noon hour competition, tho.  .-*  0000*00+00���0- r, n     rr.. J^~!..r*.\$�� M^frffjifflf  SS5S  52SS352JS  B��P����f  *rir  ���jftSgaai  ftnw'ww:  %  i,  miShuu  eig  III  j   SUPDiViSION  nyUIH4��Mpi  *t*.      - ^        -      ���    *���*������  ,   WATERFRONT AN#,VIEW IOTS  '..,/���' -ONLY.11 ipfS (.EpT  HURRY! WHILp THfT LAST,  BOAT HARBOUR"- ACCES^ IP WATPR1  TERMS AVAILABLE ;", "* "���":'; '  >   "-.     ���      -     ��v-     ;���''���'���������- '   '*'; ���'  QSBPRN LpGGBNG CO. LTP.  885-9767 - Bf>*t1S9f Sechelt  a>,,i��.4,,r:,w,'^:^ujafflgagw  MP  (formerly |RV��N'S DECORATING)  Cowrie Street, SfJchelt Phono 005-9063  5  i  [IIV    ��� .    -    I'.jTI  "I fZNtr'-^HO.     if!A    F3S1     WtS   ltf��.     MB   Jmw~**i0 ,  MTBa^MIMIWIIMPaMa%.     ." Ii    WUEST '  PHOTOS  ILL BE  ItAPLE  BY  P��NIHSUL  PHOTOGRAPHERS  ,;*,*  >��.4��  ������CDf  i..,m  ' <o'  fiErr9  i,.*0  a^^  ��nfer Now . . . In Our Christmas Draw  STORE HOURS:  Monday 0 December 20���D-6 p.m*  Tttcsdqy, December 21r���S*>6 p .fny  DECEMBER  SATItppilY,  10:00 a, m to 1:00 p.m.  , * 10 speed hike* numerous other prlxes  Wffln^wDQGom  Thursday, December-S3���0-9 p.m.  Friday, Decent bar 24���9-6 p.m.  CLOSED IVtO^DAY DECpiVJBER 27-rQPEM THURSDAY. DECEWjBER 30 - 9-9 P.W|.  w\  sasss  sWRSSswasssffa?  4Sfr'  mm,  ��� ��Ka  ���t/SX'   -  -4R-  ��� ���HI  ���Q-  ��� ������a.  -49***  ��� ��*.a  *^S**  ��� ���a..  ��� ���<���.  �����...  ���4SS-  I 4St-  |      -;--^iM|��iOl0��lO^Ml0iW��ltl*t*t!)��Ml^^^  J  /���  ���{j  i  'jl*.< f     <���  * .J > * s/./ *��� .  *     -*      ���             ���  ,       *  ?i��    ' J                                       '       *       ���<   i  ���.-ft  '-w<  ***** **���* �����'�����- ********  .               ���     -  'JSf>V    '-    '..    ~,  �� .  -f               j            *  *  **.  T*-   V.*    -j,,"  ���A  i,,   '  ,          r  *ftsAtf*\  ^  ���   '-Vs*-,*"*^  ������W  **+"  m.   0    0    0   tl  *S '",.  �� UtA.'V- t.r.  lh  '-   -a  .V.  ."' *'  ^aS'.*  H/'^  l*#t      *-4t**ixtlA*-i,+0'r*m#i&4itt0b40,*f���  ;��-. *��''-s>" V*^^' ."V.^ V.i< *"* .xH.jf:----''JU'  ���i v-C  U^W****^*.^    +TJ******  ft.  L  ��� ���**���-.'.,V Wednesday, December 15, 1971   Powell River Town Crier    " f      '  ����� ���    ' . .I j.  Aims outlined . , . \  Page B-3  .J^lb- sV' %<fi*  > %yx? V***** AXM  ?0'  FORMERLY known at. Gibsons Rod and1 reational areas,  Gun Ctab, tire Gibbons Wildlife Club For year*, the members of our  out- ���  hold election ot officers on December I door clubs were the Only people visibly  with the following people taking offjqe; confined with conservation and lighting  Dhectois,   Melody   Heiiiy,   Chi is   Bla^i- for  our  voiceless  wildlife,   levying   fees  covic, Steve Holland, Keg Nadon, Herb upon   themselves ^ to  pay  fpr   lh*-\v, de- -  Newman, Stan Veihulst'and Peter Fin- wands Conservation has now become en- -  luyson. , vnonment. Those  people who pioclaim  'j'icsKlent, M   Mooiuolt, vice piesid- Ulclr B*eai love ol tho environment now  cut,  Don  Uead; tieasurei,  Kay  Delong: do>:)1(:l thp hunter as a  biute, a lavage  socrotaiy,   A   Mooieioft   and  past  pies^ wll��  lh  mleiested   only   in  killing  Wild  ident, P   Finlayson, animals  ft���iiim.wr  th.*   ���,��,      i   H       ii        i II ls foi lunate that other gioupf. ure  umiining  the  anus ot   thu  club  and  "������> i- - r-s y*-t�� >\V'(-  I f  oV *    *���*  rl  the  icason  for changing  the  name,  tho  club has issued the following icleaso;  Gibsons Rod and Gun Club has  changed its name to Gibsons Wildlife  Club Stalled back in 1950 as a Pistol  Club the membeis a few yeais ]atei  ��� changed their name to a Rod and Gun  Club to encompass a gioup with widei  inteiests Again we would like a widei  pcis.pei.tive lol oui membeis While none  of us aie completely satisfied with the  name, oui pmpose was to have a name  winch bettei indicated oui pnmaiy 'in-  teiest���the consei vation oi fish, wildlife  and   wilderness  aieas  Our-club along with some 140 outdooi  minded clubs uf^C foim a fedeiation '  known as the IPC. Wildhle Federation  Thu rcdciation luis only thiee paid  niembeis on lis s,t,iH, u secietaiy, an executive duectoi and an assistant executive duectoi These thiee do a fantastic  mnounl ol woik, besides co-oidinating the  ��� woLk.xlone by the five officeis and eight  duectois which we elect to otfice when  we send oui delegate to the convention  each yeai These men come liom all  uveMho piovince..They aie all busy with  Iheu own piotessions but give endless  houi-, ot then time voluntarily, often at  gieat expense to themselves, to further  the cause of the Fedeiation, which is our  cause, the consei vation of fish, all wildlife, the protection qt its habitat, and .the  protection   ol   oui   wilderness   and   iec-  NEED TEMPORARY  OFFICE  HELP?  K  SOS  SECRETARIAL  ffTfersiiivieB  can supply skilled  * Secretaries  * Stenos  * Copy Typists  * Receptionists  * Bookkeepers  By hour, day, week or month  Phone 886-7326  Also offer PHONE-IN dictation  and typing sorvice ,.'���'. . tamo  day delivery.  louulng to lend their >uppoit againbt the  destination of oui environment which  takes such a toll on our wildlife, It is  the caieless thoughtless destiuctian of  the natuial home oi habitat of our bu'ds  animals and fish that decimates if not  entnely annihilates vast numbers of our  wild cieatuies It will take a concerned  and conceited efloit of us all to pi event  and slow-up l-fittS terrible disa&ter affecting om wildlife,. ofterf thiough sheer  thpug'htfulness and slip-shod planning  loi what is best for oui country and its  futuie and not just for today.  Branch 38 OAPO meet  winds up active year  LAST i-egulai   meeting of the yeai   1971,  ol Bianch 38, OAPO, was held Monday, December (i at the Health Centre,  Gibsons'The meeting opened with the  singing of our National Anthem, followed  by one minute's silence in tnbute to the  memory of Mi George Mould, who was  foi many yeais vice-president -of Bianch  38 The piesidenl welcomed all present,  saying how pleased he was at the large  attendance  The i ecreational program, held each  Thuisday afternoon at the United Chuich  Hall is pioving -populai. Mis Hume's  Low C gioup provides, and seives tea,  which is enjoyed and appieciated To  the young people, many thanks  x A "lhank-you" to Mis Ellen Chambei-  lm foi her faithful woik as Sunshine  convenor, and to Miss Maiy Steele foi  her  geneious  contribution,  The details of the membei s Chi ist-  inas dmnei have all been woiked out  and it should be a happy ���evening  The lafflo this month was a bottle  "of wine, donated ,by, Mr. Bob Blair and  won by Mrs. Lena Kawiuk.  Tbe meeting closed with  the singing  *   ft  t JA. A ht'M  S  ..' .1'  *>���$  J ^AyJJ J^Aik  "���JJ^H4<^M  ~jAM$jjj$jM  in Sechelt      , .r_  H Will Be Closed From  December 19th  1 Re*-0 peeing      \  January, 6th, 1972  'A',! <il  'J* .���-,--' Ay*J%M;s  t:��     * ,ff r^J^.J: *.^J    .��  11  V  tf/ p  r        WIS ,  ��/"%>! >  '^r*fi  l>-rJ*fl'. 'ft  " *��� J/-     -AS*     ?       V.  jab  'A  mm�� ik television  dealer for;  ZENITH  FLEETWOOD  APM|RAL - PHILIPS  *'.*',*?    *  EVERYTHING FOR  HOME ENTERTAINMENT  I*      '    .  Ph. 886-2280  New Ward ��� -  Furnishings for one of tlie four-bed ward with First Principal of Georg-  wards in- the Extended Care Wing of ian Chapter, Mr, A. S, Trueman are  St. Mary's Hospital, Sechelt, was a Mrs. Phyllis. Parker and Mrs. Ada  gift from Georgian Chapter No, 39, Dawe   Officially opened on Decem-  Royal Arch Mesons, in memory of ber 5th, it is expected that the new  James  E.  Parker,  Excellent  Com- wing will be ready for patients quite  panion and Past First Principal of soon  the Chapter. Admiring the beautiful  Mexican honeymoon . . .  bCTting ceremony  :es  Gibsons, B.C*  in  v  WHEN II COMB  TO  K  MEXICAN honeymoon is to follow the  recent wedding of Dale Evelyn Cam-  eion, onlv diild of Mi and Mis Don C  ameion, and Marty F Lowe, youngest  son of Mi and Mis Ed Lowe of Madeiia  Paik, BC  The double nng ceiemony took place  in AU Saints Anglican Chuich wheie  cascading pinkbows dccoiated the front  pews and slandaids ol pui pie chrysapthe-  -mums and pink gladioli stood on the  alter.   Canon   Alan   Greene  officiated at'  the evening ceremony. The _:selectlpn  of The Queen, followed by tea time, with chosen was "We've Only Just Begun",  special Christmas refreshments.  The meetings for January' 1972 are:  social Monday Jan. % and the regular  Monday Jan, 17, both at 2 pm * at the  Health   Centre,   Gibsons.  Merry Christmas and a happy, healthy  Mr. Don Cameron escorted his daughter who was gowned in a floor length  white gown of poie d'elegance with ..illusion train trimed with white daisies and  a   matching   daisy   choker.   The   sleeves  New Yearlo~all.  Pnnce   Geoige   and   Mi    Rod   Webb   ol  Mddeiia Paik  Reception was held in the Gai Pans  wheie the head table was decoiated with  bouquets identical to those earned by the  bi idesmaids The thiee tieied crike fea-  tiiied decoiations of blue lloweis "and  while wedding bells  Uncle of the bude Mi Jim C Cameion  pioposrd the toast to his niece on her  Wedding  day.  Mis. Cameron was gowned in a blue  formal   with   delicate  beadwork   on   the  ; bodice. Her corsage was deep pink rosebuds.  Mrs? Lowe wore a floor length gown of  champagne beige- peau de soie with pink  ' j'dselnicl corsage.  The honeymoon was spent in the interior of British Columbia and llie Prairie  COME  TO  -���'. i  1  165$ Sunshine Coast Highway at- Wyngaert Road. Gibsons  Phone 866-7112  ��� CARPETS    * TILES    * LINOLEUMS  HOURSi  Closed Monday, Open 9 a.m. - 6 p.m. ��� Friday Night Til 9 p.m.  ���  it*   i  ��� :'���'���  were   long   and   tiered   and   she   carried ..Pl.ovinces and ifi to be fol)owed by a six  White gladiolas Willi a touch of heather ���  mMiftlMiMijIN^iM "^i'l^Zes orVkjpInk  and **>\ll^  s. ��� ���.....-,   i ,  :5  m^BmW  wishes you and yours  '" and  erous  o  ������������a  ��:���  ��������"  00,1,  lyii"^ck��e und("l?nde.smaids Miss Janet  Webt) of Selma Park; Mrs, Linda Johnson'  imd Miss Janet WenclUuid of Uichmoncl,  li.C,  Atlgnrlihg the groom were, Mr. Mike-  lfaid as host man and ushers, Mr, Dave  lh|witcl,i .of Campbell Kiver;.v Mr, Ted  Lowe, brother of the groom wlio lives ul  and white carnation corsage.  ��� Out,of town guests.included Mr. and  Mrs,   Ed,   Jeiison,   Lloydminister,   Sask.;  and Mr, and Mrs. Ted Lowe, Prince Geo-,  rge;   Mr,   and   Mrs,   Larry" Wall,   Clear-'  Water,' B.C.; Mr. and Mrs. Peter Loo, Vic-'  lorla and Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Gardner of  Duncan, ,  ������>�����  o  O  smm^)T0^^^0  Our Restaurant will be CLOSED from  December 22,  1071  to January 9,  1972  Inclusive  !*;Y*y I SI. Hilda's Church for Dec^wedding  ��3'  ��� ���Ml  ��� ���HI  o  ��� ���>"  ���'<��&'"  ���  ���1'"  ���-HP  ��� ���III  LADIES lot our hairstyles go to YOUR head, beqauso wo would gladly  PYE for you.        ,  LET OUR 'HAIRSTYLES Gib TO YOUR HEAD ANP  SAVE $2.00'cnp T!"' ^r^lffj^^ 5,r^ ^5ot  If you nroi lliod ul your old wio, duii'l throw ll owny, .hrlntj. IHiMinyllmomid \vo will ollow  you ^ 10,00 on lliu puidirido o|  any o|  our lino f|uollly  fnbhlon ,wlpu romiloily! priced       ,    ' ,  Irom $19,95,  ' t   ...  YOUR NEW WIG CAN COST AS LITTLE AS S9.93 (wllh your lirulo)  COWTIWEIMTAL COIFFURES8.  BOUTIQUE;  Troll Poy Plow ' ; '. . .    5e��hQll> 80S-23S9  3'J'. IflLDA'S Church In Socholi; wuh tlio i:o)al.|v'o.s gathered at the LugioirHall. I"n  Kceno of u pretty wedding on Decern- Madeiru   I'm.'k   for   tho   i-ecopilmj. "The  IjoV 3rd when Karleno Moli-oae; youiigONt. hridotf  tuble  wan  decorated   with   uimive  Uiu'ighior of Mr, and Miu Ted Stiiidr|i|isl, and white H|ronmei-n, The table wuk <\<il-  becanio lho bi'-ldo of WuynoDaj-yl Witlk- tored Willi �� Uirea tiered' wedding c-iiko  or, only non of,Mr, and Mi'n. Alnir Wuliter, made by the grooni'H mother and decor-  Hovorand 1), l'opplu officiated at thu ated  hy Mi'n. Luolla.Duncan1,  coi-olniiny,    ,                           ,                ,'���        Mr,  M,  Myorn  wuk ' MukIoi-  of  Cer,o-'  Oivon in muri-lngo by her father llin moiiloH, Whllo My, Jnlin NoIhoii proponed  lirlile   wuro!   |t   fiill   lungtli   deep   purple i, tcuuil, to the bride,  yolvof'UimH giilhered ,,|. the bodice,.will.        ,0l���, ���,��� ,���Wll B���nH,H |lu;|u(lo(l: M.u  L,  wl.llom.Un ribbon, ��1.<. wore ,. |��.l�� mi.uvn f,,,,^,,,,  ,,.,������  Vuiicomvo,-,  great  grand,  ALL AIRLINE pESJjRV^TIONS, TICKETS, TOURS AND CRUISES, FLY NOW���PAY LATER  FOR ALL YOUR TRAVEL NEEDS  CONTACT VOUR LOCAL TRAVEL AGENT ot  CONTINENTAL COIFFURES  Trail Pay P'axa, Socholt or Phono, 009.2339  v'nil hqld In plueo v/\l\\ while' |-ohou;HlVu  ..qurk'd ix bouriuel. of pink r<m" l>iidn und  wlilio ciiriHitliniM, '..;. ,  Mldd   of   lloiiour, wuh   Mi'H,   fShiiron  I'eUii-H, hIhI(|I' 61' lho hrldli, wcnrJug n I'lunr  longlh   Damn   grown  dremi.   Brldoimiiilili.'  were Mi'H, Hurldiio Nnlmin, nml Minn Ileal-  ���liiir  Wulkor,  both 'wnurlrig   floor  Jongl|i  pink dro.MHOH, ���    ,. . ���,    '���,���'.'  All lhri!(i nllciiiJiliilH nirrlcd |ioiii|iielii  of whllo cliryiiniilhoiiiiiniH. .    ,,  ,,      Mont iiiiui wnn Mr, John NoIhoii, IIhIkjim  wne Mr, (ilenn \U\nln und Mr, Liioiiiinl  "fliiMiii/.,      ;  Tho uio)hoi; of the hrldo clume u pule  blue fori roll (Ii-iihii wllh u while (���ui'iiiilluii  I'nr/iiiHii, Thu Ki'ooin'HjmMalH-ir worn a liuvy  .hiiin I'lirii'iil iIi'ohh wiih a cormigi) of-whllo  (iiiriiulloiiii,    ���  iiwlnn  thu  ('(ii'omoii,y   I'rloinlii ninl  mi     ipother of the groom, AI��o from Viiuimiii-  ver Mr. and Miu J, Wn|ltor, lho groom-i  grundpiirontu, ' Mi'ii, .,Hii,iHln�� Jon Troi'n  ���Si|iiiintlnh nnd Mm, il, Condon from Cum-  Uegui'i     "     '  Kolowllig n liliorl' liuiinyiiiooii lho  young couple will iomIiIu ul Miulolru  I'ark,    ..  o  ',l.��  -o  ,...���  <o  o  o  "O-  mm  o-  a.,.��  ,.,.,���  o  o  l.l.f  ' o  o  L.i.m  o  mat  o  III.*  o-  'l,l����  o  HIM  L.t    1*1-  I   ?*.  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'   -' ��� !  .Two Locations  io (torvo  y, L j���,, ..������.,,.:���.  ia tit-...  ; Suiiftltlna Coast  lllqliwny  fSIBSONS  086*2291  SECHELT  005-2200  ;v vvH';-. MrsiW* ^yj-i ^^**<i^��^<H^i^i^  OLD  FASHIOHED  i v','     : ' i'.  PRICK  Garden Fresh Produce  Alpha;  16 ok. tina  for  omato Juice  California^  No. \    ,  lb*,  Wii��iwwii��wiiiiii��iwwwiww����ii��iSj1  000,  .<o ���  IL�����  *$***  .:,*  , <t��|> I  .1.1*  ... ���*  ���*$���-  ���,** ���  ��� Kill  ^��%i  #n*  llt����  Holiu or Co-op,  40 on, tlna ,,..,���  for  ^V'lfltt.ttiy*  IUDAV3COMINO,.,   #  WITH  HOLIDAY  mm speciais  Cfilifornia,  No. 1 ., ...  pimiiniinii mi  DFCEMPER  15-16-17''10"  'mbwm"    ���-        / Phono QnG-2G2Z  SERVING WE SUNSHINE COAST FOR OVilR 54 YEARS  ���till  ������I.I  ������������I  ��� ���III  o  , . . �����������,  ��� ���Ol  ��� ������I,  ������II,  ���p  o  ��� ���,,,  ASrXf  ���������I,  ���O  ��� ���III  o  ��� ������i.  'i*SV  ��� ���.I.  .Lfty  tSfi  ������III  <CSf  Miii-  ��� ���..I  43*  ������in  ^.  ������. i  l^|al  Mil*  ��� 4��>"  |a.l��  ��� ',������  fit  ��� III*  'i-:4&  ���'���-VH0  00m00t^\n****r4*imlj!0mymi flJl'ri ^  V  //  /  w  .      ��� - , -    '���   >l -> '���   '.������,*,������.    y   J , i    ���     . ' I  -������������ '���   ��� ���.���:���-.    '    *        '    "        '     *    '  ',"  '' ' ,   '    , I '   V>  nMnVMM��>l,'HM>��>-'1^*' 0,0  f *,'*  *'   H fi .f * 0J *  * A 0, ^AM,V|<M*<�� *00 * *  *��� **.*'** 0 000 *iti..$,*if �����,��****���������� l��**��*����*l^^�������**���  ....      h  ��   *  ��  ���  0*,^,,,,,  *   ,   *   * .  r ��  , t( ��� I <  . 4 �� ���, #,�� f **t',f\^0*^%fiiM**^L0i,if*f^..,*W'rtUfy4^ -.'  *���   -AJ a:-j \ -/v :/,-"'������������.: ���aa-^^a^ if  i t  Page B��4  The Peninsula Times  Inesday, December  r  !,  -II  f '1 ,al  > il  I,  **  'i*.  '*>  V  ���>  t  -  \*��  A.  *X.  \  (���  *  V  h  Y  **  V  I.*'  t  '1  ��� ���J  n  1  s.r  \t  I!  i  *.  j *��  f  i  V>  -x   ,<  V  U����  V  <0  Installation  Familiar faces >eturne(l Jo office oin Mrs. Ina, Grafe, president for a< seethe executive of Seciielt Hospil&l". ond term, Mrs. Fayc Lewis, Mr.  Auxiliary-and installed test week" liy oWagemakers (who says-top ��s ner-  Hospital " administrator / Mr; Tony , wus amongst so many ladies),.toea-  "Wagemakers, are from left; secre- surer Mrs. Mabel McDermtd and  tary.Mrs. Ada Dawe,%vi��e president, publicity Mrs. Peggy Connor.  Sechell group ... �� ~*     .  Annual :^ii^iliarf -meeting  reveajisdTaottve'-past fear  ANNUAL meeting oL'the'.Se6h^H' 'Auxiliary to St. Mary's Hospital. \v-&s held  at St. Hilda's Church Halt, Friday'pec. 10.  The'regular meeting opehecTwitb pres-  ictent^Mrs. i"*aye Lewis in ;the chair. Mrs.  Ada Dawe read lhe new \ Auxiliaries*  prayer, then, the minutes *oV the last  meeting. '  Mi's. Rosa Swan is in charge of composing a new booklet for members assisted by Mrs Ada Dawe, Mrs, Marg." Burley,  Mrs. Peggy Connor  Gift shop representative Mrs..- Mary  Redman reported a few more spares are  needed as the bad winter weather may-  necessitate more .par ticipation by -.Sechelt  members duetto then proximity to the  Hospital."!! would be much appreciated if  _ knitters would put the sue on the goods  handed into the gift shop.    -  Since opening of the Gift Shop Nov.  10 the Sechelt volunteers working on  Wednesdays'2 to 8 pm, 14 volunteers have  worked 3fi hours in the <3ift Shop and  two for flowei-ran-anging.  The Thrilt Shop for Nov open- on  ���Thursdays, 11 volunteers, worked a total  of 291% hours.  Mrs    Fay   Lewis   reported   from "the  Co-ordinating  Council   Mrs.  C.  Bennie,  the  Regional  representative, rwho. comes  fiom Burnaby, hod  car trouble  on the  . way to the ferry ,so did not make it to  ���"the opening ot the new addition to the  A silver spoon was .presented lo Mis.  Leola   Hill   on  retuing" fiom   the  Thuft  Shop   executive.   A   special     cake   wns    t  served for the nccasiop, ���        , .  Volunteers needed for hairdressing and  flower arranging. Mr.s Mudohue Gross  is the chairman foi the. Gift Shop, vice  chanman Mih. Francos Cook, .secretary  MiTTviaureen Hall,  The Gilt Shop executive is compiised  of two inembms faom eaoh Auxlhniy,  Mrs Gioss will pmvhnso a onrt to wheel  aiound to the patients. Sechelt Auxiliary  will attend to imy favors for Chi 1st mas,  Volunteer Throetoi Mrs Amy lhyant will  look alter gilts foi pntlonbi and the silver  spoon foi the lli.^l baby In the New Year.  March 2-l-?f> Is the tentative date* Inr  the Mnssflold conceit of Gllhei) and Sul-1  llvnn - Mnd of Co-oidinatlng Council re-  V"it.  The volunteer wntkois representntive.i  for our Auxihiuy are Mrs,'Maureen llnll  and Mrs. Irmu Lnycoek, for ll\o Gill  Shop,  niscussion ns to i-hiinulng the membei ship (lues; active membei h *j;l,fi(), us-  Mjcliile \Z, Active being membei�� who  attend uud bold i||||ee, hsmooIhIo nol able  to at'lend nieeiiugs but willing In iinsU  . other wayii, Moved and carried thnl duns  he  the snpie lor  holh  1>l fid.  The Jain needed hy the hospital laboratory ipe the big wide mouth KI uf, und  liu-ger, 'e'.it: peanut but lei- Jars, wnnheil  and wllh a light lid, leave curdlmurd  linlni1. In, lo he handed into lhe Hospital  Jab, The kllclien would iTppieelnlo the >i)  gallon plnslle Ice ereiiin ciuloni., The-.e  can he lell nl the Hospital kllehen, The  regular meeting wns then adjoin nod,  ANNUAL MEETING     ,  Minutes ol' the ���Insl-Miipniiil meeting  W��ri' rend, Kopoils fiom onminllloci The  bin nary icclplenl Ihis vein- was Mlim  Angola WIIIih, I'epuileil Iiv Mm. Mlldifd  Monro,"  ��' Thrift Shop "Jau, [ 1st to rtov. 30 the  volunteers - worked^ 2.8!>G�� hours passing a  goodly cheque ovl*r to'the co-ordinating  eoiWil Sechelt,has^lLthrift shop wooers who did 1,425 houis.  The reason-the meeting was held on  the Friday was so tbe thrift shop workers could attend.'"Eight of them were  Iheie to accept the thanks fiom fellow  members,  foi  their work  Thrift shop ladies wish to thank Mr.  Joe Benner so willingly taking their extra  goods to the Salvation Aimy aircTothei-  charities for them.  Mis Mary Redman is turning over the  voluhleer chairman to Mis. Maiueen Hall  ANNUAL REPORT  The presidents annual report; this  year there were 5(1 active membeis and  50 associate. Nine regular meetings were  held -with an average of 25 members  present Executive was piesident Mrs.  Faye Lewis, vice piesident Mrs Eileen  Bystedt, secietaiy Mis Ada Dawe, tiea-  smer Mis Mable McDermid, publicity  Mrs. Elsie Johnson, until she moved to  Haney at such time it was taken on by  Mrs   Peggy Connor  Standing committees weie bursary,  Mrs Milthed Mooie, Bridge Mis. Dorothy  McCallum, phoning Mrs. Myneera Jones?,  Sunshine Mis. Kay Middlesteadt   Money  making P^fpc^werejea seryOig ��� " '  Bank,  candy " aalel aC>TSaVke  ;June  Yeht   aniiual   luncheon  theme smorgasbord,  ELECTION  " Next was the election of officers for  1972, Nominating chanman Mis. Rosa  Swan.' Otliceis elected weie: piesident  Mis. Foye Lewis, vice piesident Mis. Ina  Grafe, senelaiy Mrs. Ada Dawe, tiea-  Miier Mis, Mable McDermid, publicity  Mis.  Peggy Connor  Mi, Tony Wagenuiker SI. Mary's Hospital ndministintoi, guest at the Juneh-  eon, installed the new olliceui in the  Impressive candle ceremony.  Mr, Wngemnker spoke of Ihe AuxIr-  liarics ih cnmpiirknn with the candle  A e/uulle givi'-s ol light and warmlli and  In Hie clink is-a suiuee of cninpnny and  comfort, So ll Is with the Au\lliniie.s they  go about their business pioviding com-  loi I to patients by lhe, equipment they  piovide, loi life saving or coinl'oil lo  the' patients, The Hineerilv Mr. Wago-  nuiliei spoke with mado his lajk nil Ihe  moie nppreclnled,   ' '        <  The bulfel, lunch was sei've-^l and  piepui-od by Uio Hnlierls Cn'ek Ihmpltal  Aitxlliaiy and wmrinusl delicious.  Theie wi'ie 27jnomboifrpiesonl, and n  draw wns held on the henutil'ul hooked  iug done by Mi.s. I.lllliin Walker ol Mutton  Hoad, Mis. Walker pul all lhat work Into  n nig, Ihen donated It to-our Auxlllaiy  |n wil-e money lot tlie hospital, The Au\-  lliiuv liav,e dl.snintlnued ml lies, but milled II ainongsl iin-inbcis, Mm Mmy lied-  liuni was Hie pi mul wlnm-i. The imuimiiI  ineellng   was   |lieu   iidjoiiriied,  COMBINED MEETING  The Inleiestlilg npeakei al Ihe eotn-  bineil mooting ol thi< AhsIHihIcm held at  the (loll Conine Mih, tfplooi- ol St, Mnry'M  1'iluiy Violin In hop) a i-unginlulnloiy  svlie nnd bouquet ol llowein lo Ihe opening nl niir new itddillon,  Clulslintis (IniiiitliniM In lieu nl' cnidn  niiiV he tienl In Mrs. Klleen Smith, Mox  'IHO HecluMI lip to Doc   UHh,  Safe /y\otoring  THAT shiny new bicycle parked ��� alongside the   Christmas   tree   can   be   an  exhilarating   iight���so    exlinaratinft^4jp_  fact, that it often crowds-out ail thoughts  of safety rules Toi young cyelists. ��  So June's   a   suggestion'ior   parents  fiwn the RC  Automobile A-ssociatloni  Well befoie the heady atmosphere of  holidav hme arrives, parents who plan to  surprise then youiigsteis with a bike  should wnte out a salety code for them  ��� Then he-hire-wheeling 1he -bike"into "the  living mom on ChrMmas morning, they  should tie_-it tp the handlebars with;.a  bright  ted  nhhon   H Tips  suggested  foi   the ' 'safety  code'  by the BCAA are*  ���Young cyclists should think of themselves as dnveis, not mleis*. As drivers,  they'ie responsible loi their own satetv  and the safety ol otheis on roads and  sidewalks Learning sound chiving techniques will make them superior motorists  when they'ie old enough to own then  first cars,  ���Signal for left and light turns, slowing and stopping with the fame hand  motions used  liy eai  duvers  ���Learn and obey all tinffic signs and  signals���lights, stop signs, ciosswalU  markings and the directions of otticeis  Eighty per cent of cyclists killed or in  jured are violating highway rules at the  time.  ���Bo alert for pedestrians stepping from  hetween parked cais, for car doois opening on tlie traffic side and for moving  vehicles stopping suddenly.  ���Always drive one to a bicycle. When  a group of cyclists are on the road, they  should drive single file, close to the right  side of the street, and make no sudden  change in course  THIS is moving tiwe on the Peninsula,  Mrs. M, Claw'pitt., mother of Mrs, Lee  Redman has moved frpm Vancouver to  make her home with Jack and Lee at x  Selma Park. ' ��� "~~~"  Mrs. George Adams (who has heen  here for 11 years, 3 at Porpoise Bay and  the last 7 across from the Trail Bay Mali,  has sold her home. Her daughter Mrs,  Evelyn Harrison came up on the Friday  to help her pack and her husband Um  arrived on ?unday to move her posses*  sions to Haney to live with them. Mrs.  Adams will hp �� missed by her--many  friends here and they hope she will-come  back and visit.        , " <  Mr, and Mrs. GoTdon Reeve.s picked  a snowy weekend to move to their new  home in West Sechelt hut they will bo  glad to he in for Christmas.  - -Mr, and Mrs, Tony Wagemaker have  moved further out jn-Selma Park near  the Davis Bay border.  , The Senior Citi?ens* Association  Branch 69 will hold its Christmas Dinner and Party starting at 12 noon Thursday, Dec. 10th, at the Sechelt Legion Hall.  A good program is planned and any member not able to go to the dinner'is* weL  \ �� ���by Peggy Connor  com? to attend the party afterward, Tho  regular Sunday afternoon Socials will be  cancelled until Jan. 9th,  _Mrs. Lily Dunlop was guest soloist  at tlie Senior Citizens' Annual Christmas  Pinter nt Nanaimo, Mayor Frank Ney  was one of the '350 present. Mrs. Dunlop  as a member of the Boweo Park Seniors*  Glee Club,  'Mrs,   Ahet   Batchelor   will  long   re-^  member her 80th birthday. At the Legion mooting last Monday they celebrated  with a birthday cake, Hor Selma Pari*  former neighbors, had a coffee party tor  hev and then  in Richmond her  family  .hold another  celebration. May  the rest  of us juld a Happy Birthday to you Alice.-  Mr, Barry Redman^ director of Hospital Services at St, Mary's Hospital Sechelt has completed a iwo year cones-  poyidonee   course   provided   by   the   Department of Commerce at the University  of  Saskatchewan,  Hospital    administration was the course' he took and won*a  $250 bursary from Johnstone and J oh list ohe for top marks across Canada, tied  With  another    but    J.&J.   gave    equal  amounts to both, Barry  has been with  the hospital here for fl years.-  r 1$ wi    ^i/mimwmmifm/fm/mmm^  '"       ' a'l       ��� PIZZA' " |  -   - I "fAM'Wff    I  I  I  ^ v%      5 7 a.m. to 8 p,m.  | We serve sizfllng hot  1 STEAKS  �� WHson Creok 885-2474 g _  For Quick Results Use Times A^briefa  & '  ����.  ������������  ���9ft  ��*  ��&  SMALL CLAIMS COURT WILL BE CLOSED  December '21, '71 fo Jemutary 17,  prss  '72  K  a!*.  tl  i>%,  | Suggestions for DAD \  mwv'ywM  OFFICE REMAINS  OPEW FOR YOUR  CONVENIENCE   ,���r.,w....*.L~ n^, '.-t"��_a^;-^p| Tn"iilH"iaf1fa^ -a-m-JT f ' 'llT m ��� L0IL �����   r      L I'll   "1 T~, ..IT i(^ i   -In-    i    liif ��� ..^...~.rsL.v..-..L. .^r. .^. ..^.. .,.^,..,^... .sn.-^,.....  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I  ���    '   r,  I   -        I  a,       ���  -.u  '/  .a*  i  ���  \.  ���   1  I  I  r   l  fy  !���  i:  ��  *  ���  Gibsons group  s  iet&c  Page 8-6 The Peninsula Time*  ��� Wednesday, December 15,- 1971  ���t WW^'TITT'''  association  1' ���'  .  .k'llf  I  f I  . **. t* i*  f  '    ]  r \  A  f*."  U(  r w  ���'x  I"*  lr*\      \ '  < JZ\s *  %  carpet*. i3pwwD.g' success,;.  CARPET pOWUGG \~"    mid -Gibsons   WeHtern   brygs,   'Nomads'  \\\\\, 'hpxx Hume, our Director of the (Andy Pelletier and RicH Wn��y); T>, G,  Carpet fowling reports .the Thursday Douglas Variety and Paints, Douglas Fijy-  afternoon sessions, at the. United Church ��� -ers^ (Bill-Douglas and Dan Wheeler. ,  Hall have' proved to be i\\* overwhelming ' ". Division 8: Gibsons Atljdetie Assn,,  success -another carpet "and bowls will Mustangs, (Rudy KurucsO; Gibsons AU>  have; to.'b? purchased to accommodate ��� letic Assn,, Pintos, (Kevin-Munpliy);; Gib-  the players, A special thanks to the Low- sons AthletJP Assn., Colts, (Ken I^adon).  C Group for rushing from school to-feervB . GivJs Soccer: Gibsons Athletic Assn,,'  ���reshments, ,    , mn\s    {Gay\    pednauH    and    Mwireen*  Mrs,  Joyce  Suveges - Girls  Director   'Sleep);   Gibsons   Athlgtio   Assn.,   Ma;*is,  or Famous  ii  w  r\*  v  i   ^.  {  A*  "����� ( L.  the refreshments,  Mrs.  reports  BOATS  v ���  - *'  f<*  '��k **.  r   I7  i.1  ���<t'' i  %  f*  ���*x  *�����  f*..  'V -  ��'l  % '  'A-  ta '-  i.   '  ft"  t'J  Hi  �����*.<.  T-.   -'  f * *  r:  if  .%:  ���*$  s ���  fc��\ *'  *fj  ���"I,"  -*.'**  i-  *_  5.  5  - p  ���  ft I  t*>  k-' :  .'i i   t*  j- ���*��� r  *i/A  W r    f,  ���f.    }  '   ���>   J  ft. !'  t        W       1  -    , Elphinstone ' ^ i    ,   '   in   l��,   ,  Scoring evenly throughout theJqnv  Wolverton,,^BUI^Sluis.^^Frontj  Joey  .PqUQOT   til'LltB-S  (Virginia  Renolds  and Pat Cornwall)  GIRLS SOCCER -    ��� ' I( vvas only through lhe. generosity aud    |  Wo have two Soccer 'teams made up ^-operation   of   tljese   business   ppeple,  girls aged'10  -   13,  from Langdale  and l,^t   Gibsons   Athletic   Assertion   wasu  Gibons Elementary Sehools/The "Minis" - ��b'e .^ ?��/ ovp1, lG0 bo^- 0��'�� i��aiw'  coached by Mrs, Gayl Pedneault and Mrs. ^.i3^' ��\\two t1eanis- on the S��cw*  Maureen  Sleep   are  umfovmed   in   blue, fields. Well umformeclvvell equipped and  The   "Maxis"  coached  by   Mrs,   Virginia undei' co^pejont coadies andjijanagers.  Renolds and Mrs. Pat Comeau are uni- When   ope  maltZes  a  ''Soccer  Game  formed  in white ' . Ball'Vost   $19.95'each, and a practice ball  The:''practises 'and some of the g��mes approximately $4.0(1 each, the enormity of  are  held  Monday  afternoons   at   3j30. - "��s accomplishment is better wnde^tqort  8   p:mrat   the .Gibsops   Eementary  AH Now consider the uniform costs! Without  Weather  Field;   Any   girls   interested   in the ^ business . commumties   wholehearted  joining these 4eams are invited to. come T^Wi^l C��Yld!ll-haV- ^^{M  out to thrpractices. y.       ��� the people evolved m soccer, ^rectly or  ,,     T   ,    tt        m   . . ,   ,   ..   ' indirecty,   parents  and youngsters  alike,.  Mr..Josie -Bennet    has  assisted  these thank     ^ and ev       ownep m, manager  coaches by gmn| chalkboard talks and for their support.' ���  Mr. Kevin Murphy and Mr. Eric White -    -   ���;   haye referred the games.  ��90 W, 3rd, Ave,  Vancouver )0, B.C,  874 5919  &nfti*awn��mnffffl^^  Sechelt Legion Branch 140  Boys piayed well   Players pictur _ .        .  from left hack row:  Craig Norris,    were Dave Neumann 17 ana Leign    BASKetball tournament  Don Roberts, Stewart Barnes, Leigh   Wolverton 16  VANCOUVER FOREST DISTRICT       GIRLS VOLtEYRALL    I     ' , The B.C. Forest Service's Vancouver  _   j    u     ��� Four teams of girls have turned out    Forest  District   is   located   in  southwest  ���by Cindy nar��$    for.Volleyball on Thursday afternoons at    British Columbia,. embraces about 34;88Q  4p.m. in.the Gibsons Elementary Gym.    square   miles   (including   Vancouver   !s-  r  Ir*.  nwwmAV niwmher 4th Pender Sen-    These teams, as yet unnamed, are coached    land), and has its headquarters in Van  ��Vgi!��pl^ ^::^^^^l^tm^.^^J.   ^er;<It is divided into 27 Forest Range,  '"-,  ,'��j i  .. i  H'*v   I   l  V I''  A' '  Jt- i ������   I  : *- *  - *<  *    l   ���'.    L  ���fm'. I  s�� '��        ���*   If*  .*"?'    ���  ���:*..���'  .����� i  %.-* '  ft ,��  *   " I  *��� y *  .   *l      .  J*.        '  *.     *���  *     *. *L  ,*?  i ^  ���%f J  i I- \  ';   I-,   t  ���v. %  r     .       *  ��   J.     ',  (    i   f  3.-.  '   ���*  ;l  V '���  0. *��� '  ���^ it  *.*  " s",  'V-    !  ���f .-���������'���^-�����1*% ^-^  ������ **  �� * <.  '��.'>.  t  'V  "���   ���-,  *   . i. i  I    *  i  /�����  o4^ .'��  *.W*  '.'��  ���y  1 * ��  *��  f  .$\  t **���>  '������<} ) ..������  >. . - ->\v '.tt 7n<2  ���        .J' .J.J .<^.     . 1^  t  /  ��� /  /  ���''I li  ment'' held     at   Pember"ton.     Opposing Mrs..Pat Braithwalt^and two higli school���   Districts,  teams were Pemberton,  Lilloet, and El- girls., Miss Kathy Whiting and Miss:EUa  phinstone. Sla,> ���   _J    > _..  Our girls managed to defeat all three We are very grateful for the assistance  teams  and  win- the  tournament.   Scores uf  Mr.  George  Cooper  and  office  staff,  were:  Pender  17  Pemberton  14;  Pender and  especially  to  Mr,  Rempel who  has  28 Lilloet 16; Pender 25 Elphinstone 10. helped the-Gibsons Athletic Assn. in so  Congratulations   girls! many ways to get these programs under-  Unfortuhately the junior girls volley- way- ...  ball tournament had to be cancelled be- soccer "ANGELS"  cause  it was  being  held  December  4th. Thg   Gib|.ons   Athletic   Association   is  the same day as the seniors  tournament. yery   grMefwj,4o, these .business .pepple  BADMINTON ��� -, who so readily agreed to become "spon-  On  Thursday  December  9   Pendei .sins"   for   our   neW  Soccer   Teams,   and  played  Brooks in a series of badminton thankful   for   the   continued   support   of  games.  Pender  winning  18 of  21  games iluwb that -have "sponsored" teams in the  played. . ".    ' ��� r��a*t. - .   "  n&QifPTnAii Dvision   4;   Super   Valu,   Super   Valu  ^nl^day'Deccinberll.fourtea,., Haiclcs.   (Danny   BergnachK        :   !   '-.  from Pemberton Secondary school played Division 5: Elphinstone Co-Op, Co-Op  at  Pender.   The  games  started  at   12:00 Cougars,   (Gil   Musgrove);   Ken's   Lucky  and went on until ��G:30. Dollar, Ken's Vikings, (Eric White).  Junior girls played first. They played Division 6: Gibsons Shell Service and  woell  bul didn't start'shooting  too  good Howe Sound 5, 10 & 15c Store, Caledon-  until  the  last  quarter  and  were  unable lans,   (Jock  'Bennett,   Ray   Whiting   and  to   catch   up.   The   girls   were   defeated- -George Dorais). ���.-������..  18-22. Division   7;   KenMac   Parts   (1957)   Ltd.,  Next were  tte junior boys, the boys KenMac Bombers, (Terry Connor and Bill  put up a good fight managing to defeat Phillips);  Chess Enterprises  Ltd.,  Chess-  Legion  Hall, Sechelt  EVERY WEDNESDAY  AT @ p.m.  JACKPOT $125  TO ��O  $10 DOOR PRIZE  hs  pnoonn  >S*     1 0*' I?  ; T<i , ���>.,*      *    r   \  ���J   '    ' fr\*   \       ,  '   4  ,j  ��� >'  :      i- t-    ,'  * 1,0* * J *.  mmum00tm*l0*immlmnmtt*  Norm is a lifetime resident of Gibsons.  He is a member of fhe Kinsmen Club;  a director of fhe Co-op; active in sports  arxi community development.  He has sMCcessfully passed the Real  Estate Salesman's exams, and looks  forward to assisting his many friends  and associates with their Real Estate  requirements at the office of K. Butler  Realty Ltd., on Gower Point Road���  886-20QO.  </-s/  ^**~r*  the Pemberton team 38-30.  a,   The grades eight and nine junior girls  played* Pemberton junior girls' and  lost  quite badly. U-35,  the. game was a  good  practice 'for them,  Senior girls' game was next, both  teams played equally well, but H.ier Pender senior girls managed to defeat Pemberton   19-13..  Lasl'jgamc was senior boys. The b'oyri  fought hard and managed lo defeat  Pembeiliin 44-31,1, All in all lhe day wus  a success.  ANNUALS  Huy youi-, annuals now save lalur. Annuals lire on sale at $3 eacli, Ihey will  be $4 after Christmas,  men, (Deiinis Suvqyes); Twilight Theatre  i  1      Team Work  Elphinstone junior   boys   ployed a    Craig Norris. Junior girls found tho '  goml-'gaftic against   Pemberton on   going a little tough and Pemberton jt /     /   ���       r* i  "       '    "A  Junior girls scored a 22-11 point vie* tlptlLG    ^DOTlS  VYidaylaklng the 50-&2 polqt victory  in .fine style. Stewart Barnes brings    lory earlier in thc evening.  down a ball ,for Klphic protected by i. . ,   '  m00WJJ  i       i      .,    iMn viti 1*'i"    'Vv.4,    i  '   ��� '    i ���! ���   ' }%i.''ii",J,\\ '    ' '   '  BraiaTi  PilpiSiBi;'::;^:;  n  l*WW��^ .wu..  \ \ty$l'  IA  *,.'J     "A   <t fi  ' <---���*'fl I ]Jif  iwmtfMm-viA  "IMI  -i'l  i\ |. ,M  y ' i'*k  ������Jl  ��� i  "���'.��� ri-  ��� i ir  '���      1 '  r,     ,  ' ���        ��  1    1  *.' -ll'  >   ,  ">     . J  A *  "-  ki   ���*.������.  00,    ���"*  m,        ww rrrmr-  1    ^'n-*"!  *,    ,,  ���   *  1  W       *  0,    r *     Aa.*  ,"l*  ,**  ���*0  t\*  1  j ���   r  ~ 1   '  V -)  1.  /  f -  *l  A  .. >  }A  I'-ic \   I   0  j   j / ���V/���  ���by Lorry Knowlos  I'llJMIlNHTONK     HunUir     Hoys     iilaycil  llmir  I'ii'Kl   lionut giiiiin ill'   Ihu mmi.miu.  agaliiHt- Pemhei'lon on Krid.ay. Thcv guinti  Hliirtod  out' .slow   but   Hxi'illng  w|lli   llur  ��� C'l'iiiguis Hcoi-liig,fli'hi and fiiuylng lu llm  IcikI   tluiMiglioiil   lhn   giiMin.  CoiiKiii" i-iiiuiiiled ~l) |ioliil.-i In llm  lirst i|iiiiiler nnd romped luuiii- wllh no  IIU-II7 iioliil win. LjJiuling llm .t'.;oii|',ni-;i  In' victory wniti A'l Hew und Hill Hni-il  don' wllli a!> nud II) puliihi reiiiKmllvnly,  f)ii Kalurduy llm Couguni gravelled id  Piiwi'll Uiver lo piny MiiN (.'niiinniii  Couuiii'h timU nn iHirly lend hul liml II  wlieii MiVx Ciniierrui Htarloil.to tuk^ ml.  vnniiign uf miIhIiiIuim by i|m (!(iii|<iiiu Mux  Camm-iin wmil In lo win f)ll--lll wllh Hnul  Noi-i-lii nud Atl Dow" m-rn-ln/i' 13 mul Hi  polnls for .liii) Iomji'm,  ���Tho Cougani, unxl wuims will ho nu  lho wi'iilumd of .luiuiury 7-11 wln'ii limy  Inml n liiui-niiiiioiil wllh li'iiiiiiiM'imilnr  from L'lti'lbno IIIII, Hi,  INiirli'loi mul  Ar-'  ,  A,V It'.  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UWTEP Nptipns, New York—When the
1^17 fievplutjop swept Russia, Geqyge
iHtWUeff whs n ohildi Hjs pppenjb' English
, governess .smuggled
hnn quel his, brother
nut to Wpsteip Europe \y|ieve ho \vas
reunited * with his
ppronh npd they
eventually jpac\e
then way to Canada
Wheie George was
introduced, to _, our
society" as a lahoi chop the Cavmdum
Pnt-'ific hue near
Nelson, BC   "
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Representative to tho Conference ot the
potnnutteo on Piwpmppient (UN) at
Geneva. Jle is fit pipsont ptlached once
Ogam to the Canadian Mission at the
United Nations lime >n New, Voik, wheie
..both the Kipl CompiUtee "and tlie Genet at Assembly' are now debating plans
and plops loi stopping and leveising the
worldwide ninminents nice
Mb lgnatiiifL-ivas also our UN Am-
bppsador for soveidl yeais, so his i^ap-
pearance has some of the elements pj a
' hbmeeomiug. ' .   ' ■
.■'".-A's   Pirsi   Committee  ended   its  mor--
pipg sepipn the. 'Othfir dpy, Soviet Ap>
hpsspdor Jakov Malik met iis ps we were
lppving and pumped Mr. Jgnatie.ffs hppd.
"', "He and' I .\vere here in the bitterest
Winters of the Cold War," said Mr. Malik.
■ '; From his tone it "was clear.be was
speaking of the,brotherhood of opponents.
I was -reminded Qf the .Pptlyms who
came "out of the Khy bev. Pass in th6«la*e-
.''80a. and demanded that Hhe British fiajh
should award them !l\e Northwest Fron-
tjjer Service Medal because, after all, if
jt^-AVfiren't for Ipem the British wouldn't
i)«ve bad anybody to fight and there
would have been no Pathan War and no
niedals for anybody, WQPld there?
...all of which has been a rather
lengthy introduction to pxeerpbr franr-pr
spoecl>-Hf-Ambasbadoi Ignptietf lo First.
Committee ol„UN on November lfi, The
- subject,  disarmament
"Mounting pn|)lic poppern about the
dangers of a continuing nuclear arms race
demands from this session of the United
Nations General Assembly a special and
major effort to point the way for progress
in ridding the world of the growing threat^
olv a   nuclear'"'hp^'gust'.   'further  "delay"
. uould only' exaceriipte thg tensions and
fears on whiqh the ppctepr arjPS rpce
has thrived.,"      .
"Tjie   fact   -that    unrestrained   PtTPQ-
splyerjc testing continues in Asia and in
the Pacific   fhe startling growth in size
^^"ofupderground tests represented by fhe
JA    reeppt tests in the USSJt apd tlie Upited
J-\    StPfes, "and  the figures published in the
Annual  Report  by the Stockholm Inter
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PARTY
The Women's Missjqnpry Council of
Gilisdns Pentecostpl Assembly he\i] a
Chiibtmas lumper pajty pt the Copst Inn
nn Tuesday las°t week pt 7 p m wjien 14
wpie piespnt festive dPPPiatipns were
used and theie wps pp exchpnge pf gifts.
A special Mkp was a sip prise Jor the
pastor's wife wllOSp bipjhdpy It was.. R?r,
Wm Youdefl-pf-j]i§ Coast' tPP Wllfi Wra-y
also   celebrating   his   birthday   received
good wishes jp sQhg'irpm ihe ladiWr-- -*
ppo^pcT J   ' '■,"'"•
Elphinstone j3eqopdpry pchQpl st'wde.nts
who jipvp wqrkpd hard riiising. hlPney:tp.
phichpsp- p press ip pj-jnt lhe' \}.Sh §chopi
annual, are now wprkipg some more io
get tjie necessary sijppli'es, i\Irs.' Clpe Ejay
who has dpjie^sp pin|;li for l)lr pupils of
the high  School,  is' qiiite. enfhused pyei^
the  ventifraTNow  retired  Mrs.   Day   is*^
monsiraung that the tate or-mmm \m    trpde ip I9()p, but was tehmh m IP92
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tyii Niitioj^VQeptii^l Assembly must- pp). be
' ,A si)tisfpl:^\tfemere exhortations to lhe
v '* 1 psl-inii' .■pqSv^'rp'. t.o' .tqkc the cqneerps' pf
ibo wbi'ld into account. We would hope
Ihplp concerned' Assembly will bring
'forw.ip'd.' a firm nnd. precise resolution
whicb would, be sud'icipptly repltstio, to
permit the GNpeolption nf sppie concrete
results nnd wlih'h would {jdPfpiMlely re-
f[pcit 1)10 viewn pf (j w(|rld weary ()(' r\ti-
l'ay,; Utiis dniwing.io tlio'/pl'lontinn of'all
Idling powers the nncoAsity I'm- early nnd
I'l'hiclivii iii'ijon."
History of Halfmoon Bay
DURING the fifl years tbat the Meiry Island lighthouse has kept its vigil over
llnliiuoon Hay, many ciaft have tiavelled
the waterways guided by her light  t|Qg-
geisf  fisheimen, muieis,  in boats of all
sizes plied the marine highway and some
of five eprly pioneering settlers bad only
. i;owboats  pnd  thought  nothing  °1 vowing to Vancouver and bacli oh business
or pleasure.
Hp)fipqqp, Bay \\'ns pot popneeted hy        ,
road'with the rest, of the Peninsula untd
192fl and up til)- that time all connec|iop     .^
with   the  outside world  was   by Wf^f.jr   X^"3-"
Before ijie tpfn of the century, Upion   /-'-**"
Stepmships brpug|)t tp the copst p service  /
-of vesseis'carrying passengers, mail *3i)}&
freight, The company had a govevnp'iipt_
mail pontrppt covering the maiplppd Tpp^BT^
and "Upion's  assoqiptipn  with  Ilalfmpop
Bay was to e\tend ovei   a  period ot fiO
years. Sturdy vessels, manned by sfahvpit
crews   which   seived   the   coast   hecarpe
known  ps  fhe  hoggets'  Navy  pnd  how
rich in romance and Qustory wa^|l many
of these ships, ppd |uW ppvUij^fis pncl
resourceful weie tho men who commanded llieip.
-The history of Union Steamships Ltd
is very lpi-gely the )nstoiy of the development uf flip Bntish Columbia coast
.The first lecoul that pan be traced of
a Union bo^ caljipg at poipts along t)ie
Sunshine Coast was in 1895 when tbe
Western Province earned an adveitise-
ment showipg lhe spiling of the- SS-
Comox every Tuesdpy for plowe Sound,
Secheh,. Jeryis Inlet, Texada Island ppd
ports furthei   noith   Welcome  Pass  was p.
not   specifically   mentioned   m   the   an- ' ,'.0,ie^r   ,   ,. , ,, —•   -•—     ,.„,.„..., „....„„ „,
nouneemppt but there is po dqubt thptthe    Ml".  Wp Fr^lWiP.-tirst UghJKepper     rupnds called Itf "Wish, tjieip well. A>mid-
 «....     ^       -<- tvt  1.1..J ..„«. m„jj„  -R.,odii    ni{,,l(  bmoig£Ujborc)  buffet"^s. enjflygH,"
' Mi and Mrs Al Duncpp fpppi Nqrfh
Vaiunuvei we?e weekppd gupsis gf thp
home of lVf) apd Mis Vippe grpcewell,
The Duncaps weie-ovei jo attend The
Ski C|ub qappe pt PpiMVfellpn.
Miss   Esthp}   Qlspn"fmm   Vancouver
\\flh Bi,gu*?stnpt thBlhop\piof'Mr"apdiMi's.
>Nj Bpl flpllln^     1,   ui ir    n,iti'i»r't >'l    I   ,n>li
> .'Pud Fisheriand hjs-sdn'!Qlgj1i,obselrv£d
t}]pir hH'thdav on December 71 h. '
Mr  qpoj Mis   plail Jlpghes (pee tfoyl-
.^.T,^.... ^,^^w    ' '     Wecfnegdoy, Decemherir 1971     the ftrfmhVm?*
U.UU.     S^ l USUI 1*1} een NygreTl) pelebl^ted ^eir 2^d we^-,, -^QjrgfKipMlpg fl«. Rafei|t§-^' |ri|nas
v            —bv'Mflrifiii Chprmail, ft¥ pnw^Ty-pp DecT 11th. \  yoi their pushier Pirenda vqfa* whpp
?r »WH« »Wm»n       'frhg Gibsons Men's ?rppkfast Group  ;Pr^dft has;beep m,nWses trying. The
TODAY, Wednesday Rep   15ft Irom 1» met ft ^ aml^afurdpy at the home qf  'WS^Wfel "W^ PY6/?^ J&*H'*ot
pip   to 3 pm   the Cpp of Milk Fund Mr. and Mis' Frpnk Wypgaert'with'pn pf- yM}*} WA M^gar|t pfjrjptt $>$?$%. ¥t?s
naily Wttl'bp' held at the R. F. ^Beppie tendprtce  ot ten. A committee ps  A- /-BrendaVVamhandl jb. preseptly  ^ith b.
home pn Poipt «oad, Hopkins Mndmg.^ ected .tp work with -¥?•  A.   ^pholgop'.>^ t!ffid.P^Qn"S f tWQ ivee|c y^ca-.
The jp)e lyfis. Pei)f)|e djd sp pjpeb fqr npmely P. Wyog^ert,  Q.  Chprman §pd-"-*^PMS iW^K .   .        -   ->     ,
this wqrjhv cause, gre^j. cj-p-^jt  js ^jven E  Sheimpn ' '    ' \<\    J ,fcnr-- \ - -—z~-r-x~~rr^~.—r
to lhe family fof eppfmumg to ?ss|st m Mrs Ethe| parnes is ftt Wlllipms ^p}te -BH?WfiliPB *m WKPS      - .'
Jjiis worthwhile fpdef}yq}}j- pygp tjipllgh'—^^  bef~son-pV-law  and  dppghter Plpl      " Pritlsh'Columbia is the oply p^nce
\]\    pennio  is  tefjPlunjl,   b|ij   son   \s   ip Wfl IIUrta de ^eephepr. ^n ppripdft 'pfodupmff red.pedav shipgles-
Uipve,sUy   m\  daughter    Stomp»p    at     '   ^r.   m]  ^,fa,  -^m.  Weiphapdl  apd   ^nc| sh^tes' The popular cedar spepies is
school.   The  pujijip  is  invited  to  enjoy jqmiiy pttended p dinner pprty pt the - fohroi Ip commercial qupptities along the
ip||Ps|iiponl6 al  the Renpip hopip todJ4y Loti^s   Gardens,   Vanpouvpr   where   they . west cpast 'at the pi ovmep.
.ind sqpjiori \)\e Cqp of lyiilk Fqp^
SUpPRISE
Ci'i ppt *GiU 9-year .old son of Mr. and
Ah:? F.d "Gfll was very |hulled to \yxxx a
P.ippspmc irpnnstor radio when Ips pame
p am Tquchdown Foot-
Ile answeied the phone
■hepnee npmher of his
,Vhich he and his dpd
j, had travelled to Vancouver eprjier to
see p game Grant now has p chpnpe to
win a woild tour foy two   •
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ventufeT^Now  retired  Mrs.
giving of her time to go to the school
to help, with this very worthwhile prompt.
HERE ANt) TipRE
The annual "'hfimmo family geMoge-
thei ond reuniop took the form of p
festive dinner party op Saturday evep-'
ing at the jiomp of Jim pnd Roberta
Ci amer. Among those present were Bob
and Gweri Nimmo, the Iptter's mother
Mis ,C.;.,Beynolds;i-pnd-M^*8nd .Mrs.^iG,^
He\ nplds and two!sons frpm Vancouver
who visited; for the weekend, also Bill
and Bonnie Nimmo, and J.on arid Gerry
Nimmo and their families.
Harold' Olsen pnd friepd fronu town
weie   visitors   here   recently.
It -was just such weather-32 yeprs pgo
op Uecembei 9th whenJFi^_^!pntf ppd
Mpiyhelle Reid weje mprr'igd'. -At a de^
hgblful wedding anniveispry party at tlie
home ol Mi   and Mis   Holland about 20
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HOWE SOUND UUi ItOl
1589  Marine _- Gibsons
"-   PKone 8§6-9852     ,'
[)x-_apd "Cutch" cplled at all ports at Merry Island wjfl) Te^dy, TlH^^ell
having cargo 01 passenger requnepients apd ghjrlBy Coj^)at]d, the ejiildrep
Tpe .".Q'QjiiQ'jf" which had beep launched off   Wi)lia"1    Cppeland. ljghUlou^e-
?n ififll was the fust steel vessel assepv keener from 1040 to 104B
bjed in British Colufnbia   The "Cutch"      ^ ' — '	
ppny.
Theie   were   mpny   outstanding   men
among the Union paptpigs yilxo pioneered
e.d severpl 'small s|epmers which °Pei
atepl between Secbe|| and Vppcquvpr ppd
flee? Tent md White peath
awaits you at Twilight,
YQUII, hwl «hiip«Jn Mr see "Uninun, Wit-
lei-iiu'l Ht'.'A'W)" Is nn W«*dno**<liiy eveu-
i|)|( ill II i),ni. nt 'IVi|lf|h| Tlieiitro in qih-
hons, Pnyhl llomlniw tnluis t))« role of
11 yoiuin toit(!|ioi- al 11 HiHiluiled boysboiu'd-
lni{ Holionl, wbi'i'e Iin (ind l»JH wl'l'o are
lnilip|(|iili»il. by  lhn sludnnln''who "I'diu    '"i
10 hnvii put llieir'|nHrit'HPhf)i' nut of Ills1 »'
nilnui-y by IiiiI|)Ipi{ liim /ovur 11 HI IT, "
"The Hml, Tei'il" HlnrtH on ThiirstlM,Y
nvppliiH, uu iici!i|i|i|l ni' C|ii||Mi'fil llipbnrlii
NiiIiIIii'h 111-l'ii'liM M?!|'i")tl|ni) lo llm ArHln
In"JjliJll on bniird 11 zo|iplln and bnwvNor-
"wnfiliui   iixp|ni'nr. Iliiulil  AiiiUpilMiip   ln»t,
11 In 11 bi in mi nlli'ihpi In i'iwim llm mil'-
vIviii'h, Thin .irtin-lll'ii driiiiin iilni'n, Bonn
Ciiippiry, (.'liiiullii Ciu'illnulu iiiKl.'I'nlor
Mitch W fln'iuii'Pl'Nnhllo,' !"
Tbo tnnit I'm' Hm t'li-niil Whim Sbnrk,
"Hiiin Wnlnr, Willi"' J-hmlb," H|nrt« hn
Hundny nvniilnil I'ni' b ili'iyii nl Um Twl*
11/(1)1, TI1I11 liicrmlllilii iiiidnrwiifiii' pliolo
oK|mi|||iiin iiuiH ii|)|irii^lnm(nly II nmiiilm
mul i'iivnrnd|iiiiri> lluui  IU,l»()l| injlim, lu-
i'iin|liu{ niidiM'wnlnt' i#»*r/*M*>i*H ,m f'nylmi,
Munl'li Al'rli'ii iiiiiI AiiMlrnllii, In nddlllnn
■Qa>t6«.'^(iBWe/)t^^.W bad
p (Jisfioguishptl paval paieej ]r\ both
woplc) wPJ'f! 9tld wop fapie' ps p suhipai me
...       , .   . .„-,    commsiiHlei in World'Wai J ]Je was aw-
protyhjy ttifi.)** occ^ionnl stops ip We|- 8JtJefi ij)P nislingnishPi:! Sei vice Older
come Ppss, These vessels were "New Era", „nd wafl mhti a Commandei of (he Oidei
"Tartar" ppd ''Sechelt", of Ul(, nllllsh r<)mpiie  Anothei was Cnp-
1,1  loin,  Captain . Ch»jJes4 FP)S,9J|,. Joln.^ohn 8i}flpp',-wh9'.PeeAn fns,mpnUine   &
thorne ui iwrlpership. with Captpip S, ,fi,; mm in„li)(]f) op^lhe ^psw Wjver ii) «jld    g
Moi'timer, bougbti he '"Solmp" apd-siarl- fofn wbeelprs, |ffi' .v4e«Dl)#'rt mwinn   $
o<| t,lm -Al).lied Um. Tbe HSolnif|'.' lw\ \^ 'nrs|' ^irypyprB.-Pflhora'Bi; q^y, Pn|i«   «*
been bu it <m |hp ciydp ppd was f«rn)wly ,anfi InHlnflVBomp pf J))ii fifpt sppplies io
owned- by the Mprqnis of Anglesny. r% ■ the futniJp site of Prince Ttupert, ^liei-o
't^uhln Mwvin" joined ,11m, All lied Line vyps Cpptpin Bow Wilson who,- in ■ lOliO,
In  101'I nnd tbosp Iwo.VPHsols $m\m) mn \** 'ppnunmirt.of "UiP lug \l- f. -Pimm
ilowo Sound .and lhe Sppshipp •poijsl, wbiHi hhiiK' nfler'Mfi'nJlwi hpon upput
Union  iSteiimsblpH  Wd:,   f?^pwnfJ*nM • »<» by h Jww s|)p hort >npc er'.tnwv ^ppiii
liorvlen in  H>I7, pnrebfispd   \w A   jHod ^J|H'0I   ppc). |,is. ph«1i\P >V" *Uiyw\ Wmi
Lino  nnd  reimnmd  lb«  "iSolma" Ipnd |Kir« yam saved pn<Hho tiig "wns splv-agoi!
•I'Rnnln    Mrlrln"     i»niin««iii.»"  nnd    l'f*hiW      ^.-   vi}m\]V>l  Q\\m 'wplMwo.Wll". ClipllllHH
W(i|>) 'Cli'urles : Mnoijyii-! Polpr. ,lobnson
flpiinpi, .qtiisfoiTl. -1^.1 pftiyvfthri' A. ib
lllpkfiono '
\mhmihn\^M^mm^
Sanlii Mn'rlp", "Cluisinu" and ".Chilco1
respudilvoly',' llnth. ih°f)o vesspls palled pf
llpll'moon Ihiy Mini JhPHWifmr i^py whorp
iho telephone poippany Imd oplnb)lsboil
n H)imnmr cMum'in iiddlllou lo tbo |\vn
nhipil, 'Union fSleiimsl'iips ncriutrod I'roiii
All Und I'lim, pern|i|jp nl Hpl.nm 'Vixrli In-
ended for (lovolopnmnt ps tlio^Giill' Coniil'
"viorn,
Iniulo, llm newly launched , "Cpn|p
liuni" I'lnann nmldnK ppmhuuiph1 day Irlpn
to iho Holnni I'ni'k riiHiirl mul uxl'an'ded
Um riiiilo hi 11111 I'm 1 mil Buy pnd lhn>
I'liimnr Mny, Tlm. Cppllnnii wiis 11,1110 fl,
wniyinn vohIkiI bnlll nl ll|« IV'C, Murine
Wnyni I'Ulnr Ihn hndy 'lilvolyiv, n formnr
mull |ipn|«i| on llifi PI, |ii|Wi'0Hp|»,'\yi|h
pui'chiiHui'r for iioi-viod . on  Went    Ilo^n
Hmin«l Ki)*,' nmdn rnmilnrrbnlifidiiN'.nlonn.
lhn imiiihI'In HiH'luill iind'Hpll'innnn Buy,
'I'wo HnollMli liidlntv"Cecillia" imd. MCyn-
l|)ln» Jiilpod lho Jlnjni) I'lp.ifhi jll^) and
imrvnil Honlmll nnd |lud|'onl'l'n I'on )lm nnxi,
*i(V ynprs, Tlmy bud boon rebuilt nl Mont-
riimi, HfOilnnd, Troth iwo Hellish inlim-
nwnnppi'H, "^wln'don" i||»fl ")}ii|'nnliinlnr'
A l|i-\viMi|ijy' iwi'vN wi|i) JiiHlllnfi
puiyife you to come ifi. Browse ArWPIfl md §|)op fqiir youir■§"
:   Ghrisfrnqs giving:  r ^l. ^*
WARTEJD IN 1012'
, \Th« Hrlllsh Columbln Fnrest Horvlon
whs, erepleil  In   una, Todny  lliorn «v«»
• 'lj)p)'(l?flih»»lf?l.v M-..Y- -fiillrijmp pursonni'
•■wllh Hm oripinbanllop,',
ie§? qciolify iiierchaiiclise af j^amit^
y'i'i)rvi"i     |<iy>m>'"ii     ii|im      ffMfMnU,'Mlr' '
A l|i-\viMi)ily' iiiirvlch wifij liiH||ltifjfJi)jy '
iiinii in  loan on iho HonhelH'opiinr
in |iliiii<ii|i'ii|i|iliift ilinfli'iiiit WliHn tymi'lv   jlnrhiiiii' riiiilo.  wilb  lho l.ndy n'C'Jo'oiiln
ri im f)rf>n 11 if Pflr*r imvv 11 ur Va ivmsnf v^i^Hif Tt io^f i rtyirr'Vhl t i'h -
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wliiuli i-iiiifii'd I'riim |(lnnl liuilmi, iimrli.v
nn|H, Ini'iin .|{rmipni'n nnd biirriictidriii, |hn
nxpi,'i||||iiii iiImi iixpjni'iyl'llm' wrniilt nf 11
lhn|,',ii jiiwTnfi imi'i'lnr, tJ.11*.1.1 «»■>p«tf,l-#yIMrt'
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1 j***.**. +**0,*00r»*j«k*mi*M. »iyvy*'*^. *&*rji  m  &��  >~  \\   "*  The Peninsula Timqa  s"'.  Wednesday, December 15, 1$71  Ja-V     *?����       \1  Branch 140  i' i  ��� ��� ���    0  , . s   ��� ,    ,u���   , . Letter? to the Editor are the ffyihioni, pf readers, find not necessarily those of The Tfmes, 4  .- BURRITT" BROS was  foppfted "&s a    nom-de-plume may be ��*erf. /or publication, but all 'ofitfwds must be signed by the xvirter,  VcaVpet service firm in Jan, 190? in Van-     _ ...  Appreciation .   ,  Editor, The Times,  Sir: At the conclusion of our year's  activities, I would like to convey to you  an expression of thanks on behplf. of the  executive members of this Branch for the  space which you hpye allotted to us. in  your paper over the ppgt twelve months,  We also appreciate very-inuclHhe-court-���elu " are::Whsiderabie'~top  esy shown when we requested attendance  cot\vei\ Cutting, sewing and installing of  carpets'wps done < for pioneer carpet retailers, private and commercial custom-  efft'The original installation and subsequent maintenance in the old Hotel Vancouver was among? the early _day contracts. \fche firm developed improved  sewing techniques and a reputation in  the trade of superior joining and sewing. Sewing is prefered, even 'today by  the firm, and it, avoids wherever' possible a recently developed substitute  method of sewing.  Carpet cleaning proved a natural addition to the services offOred. It 'is logical  that all-round carpet experts can appraise a material and its condition before, cleaning. Some carpets cpnriot he  cleaned without great depreciation.  The "firm, found, as it serviced the various large retailers, that it frequently was  installing an inadequate or wrong choice  of carpet, This often was due to the'rap-  idly, changing   pnd   inexperienced   sales"  personnel. This lead to BURRIT ; BROS  carpet  sales   division,   where   the   very  first consideration -was and is given to  guidance  for  the   buyec,   both   from   a  performance, and a decor point of view.  ���BURRITT .BROS. Carpet Sales   Service,    finished   at  Cleaning. I&_Burritt, Gower Point, 886-   ��� and "��.1 ev<  ��453.        * ' (Advert.)     ��-e- the after  tane'e to people in affluent civepmstances,  such as high wage-earners. But to one  who farmed in Alberta for" many yepvs,  i.e worked for nothing, and in the de-  pression, for minus nothing, it does yyoW  seem too bad. It is probably tough op  people who have to pay exqrbitpnt yept,  though without rent, expenses for upkeep,  taxes, water-rate, repairs to various things  < c * *  Legion Ladies Auxiliary  announces fund recipients  ^ADip^ ��� Auxiliary  to  Roy pi   Canadian pi pud   of   their  argankpttoiV-S  coptnbu-  l,egion Branch 140, at the epd of their tion  to  the welt'pie of  the community,  years activities are plepsed to pnnounce ���     New officers wei-e eianiAri r.n m���h��v  .the recipients of those funds which have  s  Y-  (Outboard and In-Out)  SEE  pacific mm  .:;���*..  for  Repairs, Winterising  arid - Storage  290 W 3rd, Van. - 374-5919  pt any of aur functions for the taking_of  photographs, etc, ~ ���--���  We trust that 'we shall be able to  maintain this cordial relationship with  you during the forthcoming year,  Wilh renewed thanks, and with the  compliments of tho season to you and  your staff.  (Miss) D, ADELU de. L.ANGE  Secretary  Hallelujah - -  Editor, The. Times, ..;,.���  - Sir; Congratulations and Hallelujah to  "A Student" for his or her letter to the  Peninsula Times, "Thgni's my sentiments  exactly'-,: a '.a. ��� ��� - ��� ^ ���     .^      ..,,,....,,.       ^        . ��� ^  Re: anti-Americanism, without the  Yanks in W.W.'s I and II' we would have  the bottom of the league,,  en have, made the play-offs,  war squabbels of the victors".  Also, the U.S.A. fought in S. Korea,  and are fighting .inTSbuth Vietnam because they had guaranteed the security of  those two countries, The N. Koreans and  the Vietcong were the aig^ressors.  And now 'closer to home. With regard  to the "pittance" in yoyr recent editorial,  Mr. Editor. One would not refuse a higher O.A.P,, naturally. It must seem a pit-  "*    ft  J.   *% ���*���** %  , \t\'-i.r,' J  :* \ wv * I  But there are anomalies in pvovidipg  for the aged. To illustrate this I will have ���*���*���  to include a personal experience; To  obviate' frequent doctors visits, and -trips -  to tbe hospital, I provide oxygen **t home  toi my wife, I wrote/to the government  agency concerned, spying that having  oxygen on hand at home saves medicare  and the BCHIS at the very least $1,000  per annum, so what about you people  paying for the oxygen, *       ���  '  The answer given me by the yopng .  lady I had to interview in*'Sechelt was  "No." Seems.silly! doesn't it?  We have to ppy for pills, pills, pills  and even oxygen, which saves money  for' them, whereas in hospital one gets  all those things free for $1 per day.  A little leeway in that respect would  be better than a higher "pittance'".  One  last word  regarding    Mr.  Tru-  deau's "Just Society". In  view^^fmur  clers, violence, .drugs, bank' robberies  envy,   hatred, *malice-and   alV-Unchar^ . , ���-     ,TT      .,  -,_ _   .A.  abiehess to the U.S. etcrwe have ������just    votes when  Mr.  Harold  MeQwMy  society" and ONLY-JUST. contested the seat and lost with 61  j. s. browning   votes oast in his favor.  Returned  Pender Harbour district voted dec-  accumulated   throughout  the  year  pnd  are 'earmarked ���for chprUabie puipohes,  ,  As in past yeais, donations were made  i to Shaughpessy Hospital; Riyerview Hospital;1 Children's Hospital in Vancouver;  'Cancer Resepich and Savo the Children'*.  Fund,  Locally the Guides and Brownies,  Scoptp pnd Cubs, were remembeied as  well1 as 'U\e Sechelt Memoual Library,  New recipients this yepr pie the Recj  Cross Woi'k Group at Roberts Creek foi  maintenance on their workroom; the  B[omemi)"keib Club tor their -Church  Building Fund and the Loan -Cupboard.  maintained by the Local Chapter of the  Registered Nurses Association. The Loan  Cupboard contains equipment needed by  invalids in the home and equipment has  to be replaced from' time to time, 'The  L,A, hopes their donation will bring it  up to requirements,'  Largest donations were ipted toward  New officers we're elected op Monday  last. The newly elected executive is com'-  prised ot Mrs M. Cook, president; IVjts.  M, Hanson, 1st vice president; Mrs'. JC.  Nickerson, 2nd vice piesident; Mrs,' B,  Redman, secretary; Mrs.-J. Thompson,  trea=pi ers Mrs���M���Eiicksqnr-sergepnt-��H-  aunsj Members at large include Mis. N.  Jaegei, Mis. J, Gibsop, Mis. M. Richter,  with the inclusion of Mrs G, Ritchie,  past piesident, the Legion ladies are looking foiward to another fuiittul year,  isivaaly on Saturday jvhen ipdumbent tha1Si^1S! SS'SE���-S  Regional Board director for Electoral" Association pnd the Sunshine .Cbasr Sr.  Area A Mr. Jim-Tyner was returned Citizens Housipg Association. St, Mary's-  to office with a vote of '323. Contest- Hospital is being provided with some  ^Ta   ing him, Mv. Fred Crosby polledm m?ior equipment, details of this w$t be  Sa   votes. In 1969, Mr,'.-Tyner" polled 263 leleafed *t a later date,  aru-      ._;���_���_   .:..,._���   ���yr*,.j   ',.:.'!..,.,  K.,.^:.,... Vixe out-going executive may wejl be  mmmmm  1   FREE CARD  FIRST 3 GAMES  Dec, 2  COMMUNITY HAIL  R9PERTS creek  BRING ONE CLIPPING  Recycling Awareness  /  Renegade Soccer Club  Make Sale  Reserve Hall  THURSDAY, DECEMBER 16th  ~ 11 a.m. - 5 p.m.  Free Coffee- and Tea  Door prizes given with  purchases  LET'S consider the trees! We are a nation of paper wasters, and trees must  be cut Jio make paper. How can we help?  f.   Cloth   wipes   up   better   than   a  paper towel, and is re-usable to prevent  waste accumulation.  2- Todays "synthetic* fabrics make cloth  napkins,  table cloths  and  placepiats al-  piost as easy aspaper to use, and they!re  nicer.  3. Stop  the   barrage, of   throw-away  advertising by returning to the sender.  4, Choose only white paper products  you  can't do without,  cutting down �� on  ���Food far thought  dye products that m3y foul ouV water.  5. With Christmas corning] sOon,1 give  serious thought \|o cutting ^down your  greeting card list. Local greetings can be  sent by donating tp Vmious good clauses,  and putting the messagMn the paper.  6. Cut down ��� on ovebiy fancy gift  wrappings;..    It's    what's rp s i d e -that  ^(^untsl,...^^.,,,,.^^    7. 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