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 \  \  X  ���\  ���Ai-.'     W  ..?m \.  \  \- -  7V  V  X  \  V  .T  ,\:  iv  ^  \  7__\.  ft S3.-'  204  Canaiian Graphic ��ndaa%z  West bth Ave..  \  \     \  Vancouver  ij.-  Oo  \  Service'  ���\  Referendum need.revealed  70 students overcrowd  Elphie gym facilities  \  -Vr-   *^  eninsula mmefc  \  \-by Alaslair Rogers  PHYSICAL education classes at Elphinstone Higi. School are often overcrowded with as many as 70 students due  to inadequate gymnasium facilities, said  principal D. L. Montgomery. v  He was speaking at a public meeting  Friday held 7to discuss Seehelt School  Board's coming $429^,000 borrowing referendum aimed at providing a new gymnasium and automotive shop at the  school. Half of the referendum costs  would be provided by the government.  "If we gave students their proper allotment of physical education time " in  proper-sized classes, we could only accommodate, half of our students," he added. "The new facilities would have immeasurable  advantages."  Supt. R. R. Hanna explained that the  school was built in 1952 to accommodate  250 students. Since then, "thousands of  pupils have used the gymnasium. Facilities are just wearing out."  Lighting is inadequate and water  conies from the shdwer room into the  changing rooms, he said. "The gym has  seen its days."  Trustee Bill Nimmo said that he attended Elphinstone, and even then, gym-  nassium   facilities   were   "sub-standard."  Montgomery explained that the gym-  Free phone  calls sought  SUNSHINE Coast Regional District will  ask   B.C.   Telephone   Co.  to  remove  tolls to Pender Harbour,  Director J. H. Tyner told the district  board meeting last week that three years,  ago the telephone company was approach-  ed>hd.askedto _rempve^o]to.^He_re^nd^  ed" the board that *fti# irompShy said it  would give further consideration to the  request in two years time.  "I move we  approach B.C.  Tel and  urge that the area be made toll free."  "There is no question they are dragging their, feet on  the  issue,"' he said.  Dif^ctbreT'tihammously^approved" the  motion.  GURDY LINES NOT ALLOWED  No commercial licensed vessel, while  gport fishing, may have any line on any  gurdy., said Ray Kraft, fisheries^ office*.  AyguVdy,'i8 clarified ^as'-TOwer^or^npna  operated,*'he--'said. ���;���������-'>.�����':  i  COUNCIL GET GRANT  Sunshine Coast Arts "Council will be  awarded a $1,029 grant; by the cultural  fund to community arts council. The  grant is one of several awarded throughout the province.  ELPHIE  WINS  HONORS  Elphinstone won the .second invitational basketball tournament on the  weekend and the junior boys won the  consolation crown. See full details inside today's Times,  nasium. provided for in the referendum  could be divided into two teaching areas,  with bleachers for spectators and full  shower and changing facilities.  "The old gym will still be important,"  he added. "It can be used for additional  gymnasium space, special assemblies with  guest speakers and possibly for public  dances."  On the automotive shop, Hanna noted  that the girls had their commercial department and a truncated fine arts class.  "It's time the boys had something," he  felt, and predicted an automotive shop  would provide an interesting, pupil-holding facility. _l,..  The referendum calls for $300,000 for  construction of a gymnasium and $54,000  for the automotive shop.  In answer to a question 'from the  floor, Montogomery said that no additional staff would be required to operate  the proposed, facilities.  "The only thing we can increase staff  for is increased ^nrollmenV" he revealed.  The questioner, an old age pensioner,  said he would normally go along with a  referendum of this type, but he was facing sewer costs in the near future, possibly as high as $400.  Also, his tax bill would be increased  when local teachers won their 9 per cent  salary increase.  "It's not the referendum I'm against,  it's the total cost,", he said. It's hard for  people on a fixed income. Pensioners  are taking a real beating all round.  "I can see the need for it," he conceded, "but I can also see my own needs."  School board chairman, Mrs. Agnes  Labonte, said they were very concerned  with the impact of the referendum on  people with fixed incomes.      ,  "But can we afford hot to provide the  facilities?"  she asked.-  She felt it was important to offer students some basic training that would be  of use to them when they went to get a  job. -  Jim Metzler, clerk-treasurer of the  board, said he sympathized with people  oh fixed incomes, but pointed out that  ..increases..under.,, the referendum _.vroukL  amount to only $1.49 on a $5,000 assessment. 'The average assessment doesn't  run more than $15,000," he added.  ���And he predicted that results of the  referendum may not be seen on tax bills  for another four years.  "We borrow money from the bank,  and don't > start repaying the capital loan  until-we get in on one of the big department of education debenture sales.  "Until then,, we just pay the interest,  which is hardly noticeable in our budget."  A iormer-^pntario ..resident, said the  school his daughter attended in that province had an automotive shop and other  Serving the Sunshine Coast, (Howe Sound to Jervis Inlet), including Port Mellon/Hopkins Landing, Granthams Landing, Gibsons, Roberts Creek,  Wilson Creek, Selma Park, Sechelt, Halfmoon Boy, Secret Cove, Pender Hrb., Madeira Pork; Garden Boy, Irvine's Landing, Earl Cove, Egmonl  Registration No. 1 Ul  __nd Ckm Moll  \  Union   *&*   Label  This Issue 14 Pages ���15c  LARGEST CIRCULATION OF ANY PAPER ON THE SOUTHERN SUNSHINE COAST  ���   j^___m______ 7    -.-,  Vol. 10, No. 2 i��� WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 6, 1972  Crusher  in area  MARY KINGSTON  _ ^  on enroll  ment,'' he said, "and we found our dollars  weir spent",  Mrs. Labonte said the school board  hoped to make the facilities available to  the public as much as possible. This  would be more easily done'than at prev  sent;, she . noted, because, -the.-,proposed  building was free-standing, and it could  be made available without opening the  entire school.  Comments from the public were favorable to the referendum, on the whole,  although attendance at. the meeting totalled a disppointing 16.  Mrs. Kingston  eyes position  MARY Kingston of Halfmoon Bay, candidate for school trustee, said that she  agrees that Elphinstone Secondary School  needs a new gymnasium.  "I'll  go  along  with the referendum  but I feel Pender Harbor schools should  have some consideration," she added.  ^:"i'm"vrorr^ pro-*"  gram and not just the academic or uni-���  versity program." v  She expressed her concern with the  number  of  dropouts  over the  past  six  years. "More boys than girls drop out,'7  she said, and added, "there is not enough*  to  keep  boys-interested. "There  is�� too^  much   stress   on   getting   them   through"'  higher education. If a-child is capable  he  should  be  able  to  take  everything  that is available." '  The mother of six, with two children^  in high school and two in Madeira Park"  Elementary, has been a member of the  Pender Harbor PTA for 14 years and1,  served as president the past four years��  She is also active in the Parents without Partners group being formed in the  area.  ���aa._  "I'm really concerned with remedial  and slow  learners.  I had.a  son Y$M>,  could, have^Aised    help..7 in  elementary ft  school. I'lri- sure a lot of his' problems*  could have * been helped by a full-time  certified, remedial teacher," she said.  "I don't think our school is poor in  classrooms but there is a lack of understanding between parents, teachers . and  school board,, A lack of communication,  all the way around."  ' "There" is too much stress on sports  practice,? to; where;���: a;; child's academic  standard is drqpping," she said.  If elected to the school board, Mrs.  Kingston would follow in the footsteps  of her mother, Mrs. J. Burrows, a member of Sechelt School'District for many  years. Election is Dec, 9,  SAM' in town and (Sirs are disappearing  fast.  No, SAM isn't a fast-moving thief. It  does, however, pick up auto bodies and  crush them and they in. turn will be  taken away and ground up.  The provincial government's auto-  crushing apparatus���SAM for short*���will  be on the Sunshine Coast for/atew  weeks grounding around garbage dumps  and other r^ces where old car hulks,  refrigerators and the like abound.  Anyone wishing to dispose of old  autos,x fridges, stoves may deliver them  to any of the following sites: Gibsons  garbage dump; Baseys yard, Chaster  Road area; Solnik's, Roberts Creek; Sechelt garbage dump; Halfmoon Bay garbage, dump and Garden Bay garbage  dump.  The unit crushes up to 100 car bodies  a day. The crushed bodies are stacked  and later removed to Richmond to the  grinding facility.  AUTO BODIES are stripped of tires,  upholstery, glass and then burned so  that there is nothing but a shell. Most  vehicles are already stripped but  here Doug Williams, foreman of the  SAM project, removes a wheel.  ��;*.���_  FORKLIFT operator Greg Ralfs picks up the old bodies preparatory to stripping and crushing, y ,<  v��3Pffi,.S'\*$>*'>vK  ^7^^'^rr^^ll-r^yh ^t'     3.  '  Pender Harbour discussions  i '  Itcandidate irieetin  ' ������ ;"���-,'  ��� . v ��� m  covers several  by Dick Proctor  WHAT began as a. meet-yo'ur-candidato  evening ot Pender, Harbor Parent-  Teacher Association meeting Wednesday  night, turned into a discussion oj whether  or not Pender Harbor Secondary School  Is doiqg an adequate job of educating  children, (See editorialJn iodayV Times.)  1 ,!The meeting, hold foUowlhg a present;  ntion by members of the school board ond  Administration, explaining the rcfcrend-  urp duo for the Dec, 9 vote, turned Into  ���a Heated debate; on themerits of; the  school when Norm Belanger 4eroondcd  that���%:,"L, Thompson; principal of Pen-1  der, Harbor .Secondary School, be hold  accountable fpr using public Jtynds jto  circulate a newsletter refuting statements  mado by school board trustee candidates  ���Kay^Wliltd"-and"<Mary^Kirife^oir'"wh6so'"  qommonts were carried In a publication  circulating In the Pender' Harbor nrca.  .'   Mrs.. Phyllis Knutson, president of tho  PTA, .told Belanger that his  questions  Ad-Brlefs  point  the way  lo action!  In Today's Classified:*  1070 HEAVY, dulTWo��tln8nouno laundro  mat, top condition,  l����VWWVWWVVVW1i��W<Wf<<Wy����l��l��WMIWWIW��WWWI'l������ll��'IWMM��l��>��  * Time* Claulfledt reoch' ovar 2,500 hottin  ,   (10,000 nradtri),    .  .���.-Time* CIqmI.Icdi.oa,INTO.the.hbrmn^^,  . not on lawn*, MreoU or In Cutvartt  ���"nniorCldiUflidi'erVlow'-wrtrhlQh^tet^  , mIm tonics,  ��� Phone llnoi open Sunday; clasiifM  BB5-9654 Sechelt, 806-2121 Glbioni,  mmmmmmwmmmmtmkmmmm^mmmsfm  i*t.��rVt-v-.Vx'^,i-f1  were, out of order and should be adrcsst  ed outside that meeting,  QUESTION POSED.  ;, Belanger .then 'threw his questlon-def  mand to retiring school trustee > William  Malcolm who told him, to present his  comments to the school -board,  ., President of the Sechelt . Teachers'-  Association; Virginia .Douglas,��posed ' a  question to each of the candidates���Mrs,  Kingston, Peter Murphy, Peter Prescesky  and Mrs,, White, J3he asked them if they  would; w> wlll'ns |0 j meet with profes-  slonal groups to sot a minimum standard  of education in the school district,  - Mrs,' Douglas said, the. present' school  board is "not too Interested In tpcetlng  with professional groups to discuss the  standards."  Prescesky sold that a he would be Interested In finding out about "your viewpoint,"    '        '     7 '       " ' ,"' .   ' "  '  ,,. "If I am 'elected to tho board I would  jFavor a meeting:'* Mrs. White said sho  would'agree to a meeting as did'Mrs.  ' Kingston, Murphy asked It these standards are not already laid down by tho  department    of education.  "Aro .your  standards higher?" he asked,  '" Mrsi, Douglas"* replied (haCna* a "pro-'  fesslonal  group, '"wo - are Interested  in  your opinion and we will give you ours,'*  TAKEOVER FEARED  Malcolm suggested that teachers' are  trying to take over the function,of tha  school board And said to the 50, persons  assembled ln the classroom ln Pender  Harbor Secondary School! "You, elect  ratepayers to run, your school district.  Teachers should- bo teachlng*burklds,"--��7  - "Who Is teaching our kids?" was A  question from the audience.  Mrs, Douglas said; "The rehson for  our concern has been amply shown, We  .are not trying to usurp tho position of  -the��bo��rdr-W��*iu��t-ivi.nt'the-teaehtr��'to  Principal Thompson wan not at the  second meeting to defend his position In  Bonding tho newilettor to parents, He  'sold In lho letter: "As one who has over  the pnit few yean received very little  CRUSHER hydraullcaljy squeezes bodies to about two-foot objects, Operator is Bruce Levy,  I S   I   *.   ...   y  complaint from the parents'of this community concerning the running of the  school 1 am,, greatly surprised to find  that local aspirants to puhllc .office  should make such Hl-lnformcd, naive and  unjustifiable' statements,  "As I have said so often In tho past,  and let me reiterate, that If you do have  any comments, or, quorleCcpricerhlng,tho  school or your child's education In It  , please do not hesitate to, get In'contact  with mo, It Is a pity that those 'responsible for , these . rash statements In tho  press did < not do so,"  'QUALITY DECLINED'  ,,,at Ttytrs,,Kingston, said, In heru statement;   "TIC ,',  ''The academic quality of tho high school   ****< i  , has declined and tho, result has been 'hmfa  somo children havo had to go elsewhere  to study,certain courses, 'I'd llko to see  tlio students,havo a bettor��� chance at getting through school," she said, adding ,  that there, havo been quite, a few dropouts from tho scho.' here,"  7,        ;��,  ', Mrs. White said' that sho agrees that  Academic standards at tho high school are  not what thoy,could bo,      ,  '" "Tho  graduating classes  wore  twice '<  ,,ag big 10 .years ago,as.thoy are now. Klds.7  today can't even got university entrance ,  without taking correspondence," .  In' the meantime, back at tho meet-,  Ing to introduce candidates, Murphy said )  that ho was told on short notice that  there was going to bo a meeting and  consequently ho did not have tlmo to  , prppare a speech,' '  NO AXES TO GRIND  7-9vi^?urPhy_d|d_Bay thRt he,..has^four^.  children in, tho school district, "I am concerned where tax dollars,, pro spent and  71 will find out' If I, got on the board,,7  i X . have no axes to grind, I am open  minded and I will fight for tho district,  The board will make,decisions.",    '  Ho said that he had no knowledge ot  th^mceUng-comtaB'up^and'anKed whoMW*  lt called it, .  '      Mrs, Knutson said that she did give ���  ���  .  the public an opportunity to meet tho   GORDON ������* DIXON Sunshine   Coast , cnt looks over the stack of crushed - the grinding ;op��raUon.'  a-ete p����e l   Regional District wator superintend",   cor bodies waiting'to bo taken to  l^liH*).    %   M   ailfM   -*.flt    |'k^t^  \  * I  '-ial'llrHH'.   4)1  ��a &$,).       ,,   I     ,.,  A.  *a*tRMM��tt^)*h(im4iJMWVH#m#q9*FW^^ ���������WKIWIil't WjW-^HW^W^tfftW-WMgtttTWMff1  zr 9      ^  \  \  \,  A  \ 7  \  ''���*\  -**'--\*-  \ ..  f  \  The PzmNsiJuJp��M  EDITORIALS  ���/ may be wrongful I shall not be so wrong as to jail to say what I believe to be right."  ���John Atkins  v RichardVT.   Proctor,   Managing  Editor  School issues on top  ON SATURDAY there is another elec  tion���for  Gibsons  and  Sechelt  villages and Sechelt School District.  Unfortunately there will be ntf election in the Sunshine Coast Regional  District. All incumbents, except one,  who chose not to run, were returned by  acclamation The other candidate out of  Halfmoon 1 ly was also placed in office  by acclamui 'n.  There is a lively election coming up  with school trustees in the northern portion of the school district. Two men  and two women are seeking the seats  left vacant by John Hayes and William  Malcolm.  Sechelt village will have an election  with returning aldermen Norm Watson  and Ted Osborne and Dennis Shuttle-  worth eying seats.  In Gibsons four newcomers will  seek two posts. They are Hugh R. Archer, Norman R. Harris, Robert J. .Harvey  and Kurt H. Hoehne.  And, for good measure, the school  district has thrown in a referendum for  a gymnasium, auto-shops and a playing  field at Elphinstone Secondary School.  The election that is creating the  most interest is the school board race  between Patrick Murphy, Mary Kingston in Halfmoon Bay and Peter Prescesky and Kathleen White in Madeira  Park.  Mrs. Kingston-and Mrs. White started the pot boiling by suggesting that  academic standards in Pender Harbor  Secondary School were not all they  could be. These statements,-carried in a  publication printed on occasion and  circulating in the Pender Harbor area,  prompted a reply by A. L. Thompson,  principal of Pender Harbor Secondary  refuting  their  statements. ;+,_.  The prudence of Mr. Thompson's  reply, in form of a newsletter to parents  of students of the school, is open for  debate.  It can be argued that had he not  commented at all, the matter would  not have received much airing. As it is,  his newsletter caused more than a ripple of generally unhappy comment  amongst persons attending a meet-your-  candidate session at Pender Harbor  school last week.  Statements attributed to Mrs. White  and Mrs. Kingston require some backing  to hold water.  Mrs. Kingston' said: "... The academic .'quality of ihe high, school, .has.  declined and the result has been some  children have had to go elsewhere to  study certain courses. "I'd like to see  the students have a better chance at  getting through school," she said, adding  that there have been quite a few dropouts from the school.  In her statement to the publication,  Mrs. Kingston said "some teachers have  been here quite a few years and may  tend to judge a student on the basis of  his or her background and'performance  of previous brothers or sisters instead  in the classrooms before starting On the  extras,'  And  '... we     don't  have   the  basics'.  "Between  us the eight  teachers at  the school teach 56 different courses a  week,  20-of them  at  fhe  senior high  school level. One of the reasons for the  comparatively   large  number of  senior  courses   is  that   present-day  graduation  requirements require each senior student  to pass 12 senior courses to graduate and  this has to be allowed for as every student is enrolled on a program that will  lead,   subject   to   satisfactory   achievement, to graduation. This would seem  to' me a long way from 'the basics'."  Mr. Thomson added: "As one who  has over thep ast few years received  very little complaint from the parents of  the community concerning the running  of the. school I am greatly surprised to  find that local aspirants to public office  should make such ill-informed, naive  and unjustifiable statements."  The other candidates, Prescesky and  Murphy, got short shrift in the publication.  The Times has interviewed all four  candidates and on the basis of comments made, we would have to favor  the election of Patrick Murphy and Peter  Prescesky.  Mrs. Kingston and Mrs. White, in  our opinion, started shooting from the  hip, so to speak, and cared not where  their bullets flew. Their comments regarding the  school  do  not  appear  to  have a basis ,in fact. .Both...candidates ; __,J,_.W...,,,���,._,_,_. _.__^.,...:_..y.., , _ , ...., '..77..7 '_.... .--.  seem to have axes to grind. Their com- Letters to the Editor are the opinions of readers, and not necessarily those, of. The Times. A  ments have stirred up controversy, which nom-de-plume may be used for publication, ibp.all originals must be signed' by the writer.  i. fine, if ��h.y hav. fa... to back ��hem ^^ ?��  ur- ... .    , .        .-j     ���,.        ���,     _,.' "i   by  the school-board and  the secretary-  They don't have. At least they did    Editor, The Times >,; treasurer  of   having   been   "leaked"   ad-  Sir: What better time and subject to.    iance   notice   from   the   department   0f  write abput than Christmas. ... ***, education  that the minister was-recom-  To those who say Christmas is com-    mending the board hold an election,  mercialized I  say,  bah!   and even,  pooh-    ���   The Sechelt Teachers' Association cat-  bah!  What greater Christian pleasure is7; egorically   denies   that   it   was   privy  to  there than to give presents, as much for*. information from the-department of ed-  the giver as the givee! And how can they.- ucation or that it\..has the ear-, of Mrs  ...v ������,��� _ JV��� _...   _..____    0     be  given without people  to make thenv -Eileen Dailly, the honorble minister. The  The Times and the'r brief comments and sell them, andMf they make a little^ ^echelt Teachers. Association, however,  m�����A  rho'm   nt  thr-  candidate..'   meet-    money  that way, good luck -to  them, _Iv|was  aware of rumors circulating in the  say,  as long  as  they remember that  ifol|cbmmunity   that   an   election   had   been  was the newborn Christ who started th��s*, recommended.  Yon SAY you're,  my wife.  But how ran I be sure?"  READERS' RIGHT;  not come forward with any. So, if they  make such statements in reference to  the school, without definite and truthful knowledge, we can only see a disrupted school board for the next two  years if they are elected.  Mr. Prescesky and Mr. Murphy, on  the basis of statements they have given  has gone against a decision made by the  board". It should be remembered that  two of these decisions were made under  the former Social Credit government, and  one, the most recent, under the New  Democratic  government.  VIRGINIA   DOUGLAS  President,  Sechelt Teachers'  Associaton  allowed them at the- candidates' meeting, appear to be the best qualified. We  suggest that they would make the best  School District 46 board trustees.  goodwill towards men. And let them not'�� >   Tt���j_,. ���,,__  ���; ., _ * j-  tv  �������__���.._ r.n_ anr_ Santa f!i_��.��.<* h\M, ,  Under the-circumstances surrounding  The Times also feels that the referendum, as imperfect as it is, should get  an..affirmative .vote.  ���      ���      ���  We feel that candidates for Sechelt  council are good but Dennis Shuttle-  worth, a professional engineer, would  be an asset to the village as an alderman. If he is elected that,would bump  either Watson or Osborne, both qualified  and experienced aldermen, The choice,  is up to the public, however.  ���      ���      ���  In Gibsons there are four candidates  seeking two posts and we'll have'to  leave the selection of them up to the  say, "God is God and Santa Clausis hi-^fe.t,,,   k��a-j>��� .: _ __.     _ -  prophet" but good luck to Santa, let no af^;*^*"  *c��01��   moreovfr'   *' -^  !L�� k__ m_i_L ���_���_.,����� Mm ,n_ to ��� .,�����_ :M��lsl0n of the minister was not surprising;  word be spoken against him and to those =M',",,t   "���   " ,       na* \'7l "'i"1"1  w^ d,��-,pb.iI.v. to ...����� -a���, ^&:_u,%r-_Kfz^cyzA_  ."'���,'  .        "'"'' 77,   ", ,.    I   ��� _>!Mes*dent ^/.thpftgechelr TeaeheiS'S^As-  At Chnstnyis or.e thinks of friends and g'i.ociation vO'hich* represents alKthe teachers  relatives present and in the past. ��jn this school district.  "They    whom    many    lands    divide,  Many an ocean, many a tide."  In the words of a beautiful hymn in  the first language I ever knew, of Mot-  alava in the New Hebrides group of  Melanesia (though I have picked up smatterings of English since):  "Linge pul tuwale wia" (Brother's  hearts beat as one). ,, ,  And then later on it. England, home for  the holidays! What joy! The train whizzing along from St, Pancras to Bedford,  a! Further, to this matter, a trustee has  ijbeen quoted as saying that this is "the  third time the department of education  Pender Harbour on par  Editor, The Times,  Sir: I would like to publicly thank  Mr;. Hanna (superintendent of School  District 46) for proving that the Pender  High academic level is a par with other  high schools in B.C. and in our own  school   district.  As for the allegation (at a meeting  in Pender Harbor Wednesday night) that  only half the number of students are  graduating than graduated 10 years ago���  this has no foundation in fact. Ten years  ago there were 22 in Grade 12; last year  there were 17; four of whom succeeded  in getting first and second class honors  pn a provincial level, If that remark was  to be.,applied' to the graduating class .of  1973,;then itwould be correctrsinceithere  are only 10 students in Grade 12, six of  whom are on the academic program.  While on the subject of Pender High,  it is a pity more people didn't see the  lamp tables and bed made by the students   and   presented    to  Miss   (Dawn)  Page 2 The Peninsula Time*  Wednesday, December 6, 1972  \_  McKim. Words cannot adequately express  how beautiful there were and the plaque  "kindness is the source from which all  virtue springs"���well, what can one say.  Three; cheers for the students and for  Mr. (Bruno) Dombroski (shop teaciher).  Carry on the good work, teachers at Pender High.  (Mrs.   1-.   J.)   PATJtlCIA  MURPHY  Halfmoon Bay  Hiking trails  Editor, The Times,  Sir: The reason for writing this letter  is that I like to get some information on  hiking trails along the Sunshine Coast.  Does your newspaper, have any information on this, or- if not, do you  know who can give me this information?  JACK   McKAY  7576���117th  Street,  Delta,  B.C.  OK's referendum vote  Editor, The Times,  Sir: Whilst I respect the efforts of  the school board to provide im^oved  facilities in the school system, I will in  sheer self defence be compelled to vote  no in the school referendum Dfec. 9.  Looking at the future tax scene I can  see nothing but a series of constant demands on my very limited income for  some considerable time ahead. The sewer  expenditure I cannot escape neither will  I be able to duck out of paying my share  of the whooping 9 per cent increase the  teachers are surely going to get. i*his  alone will dump the school board $200,000  in the red according to a figure quoted  to, me by a member of that board. What  they will "demand" next year could  (who knows) be even higher! That too,  I am bound to consider.  The recreation centre bums are also  making their "demands" which adds still  more tp the uncertain tax future and���  in many instances the people who are  behind the school referendum are behind  the recreation centre also! -If the teachers had shown restraint in their demands  and the centre bums had quit trying  to freeload on others, personally I would  have not even bothered to move from  my house next Saturday and be content  to let the referendum go by default.  As it is, I have no option but to register a no vote, as when my taxes have  reached a level I find it hard to meet,  due mainly to the exorbitant salary demands of teachers backed up possibly  by a school board comprised largely of  their nominees, these same teachers will  show their concern by their complete  indifference! <%  Vague rumors but nothing concrete  are circulating that the NDP government  will, over the next five years, relieve the  taxpayer of all school taxation. I cannot  afford to "speculate on rumors but only  on the obvious attitude of the teachers  which is in effect, Fuddle you Jack, we're  alright; with Mrs. Educated Dailly on  our side, brother we've got it made!,,    (  ' Tax Target  Gibsons E.  BIRCHENALL  j- PS.af-Friday night I attended the public meeting at Elphinstone and changed  my mind. I won't oppose the referendum.  My feelings about the teachers are still  the same���200 per cent.  of a, individual merit. There has, tp be i voters, of, Gibsons withput, a, comment   ���** ^l^^fS^^^SSi^  ���n fn iirfta for thf. sti dents somewhere and     f;���m ...   ' ''��� 'm'-:. .v.-i.a. V ..-���        saying,  ;'gotto-get there: --therej-^there-  ' a future;for the students somewhere and  this includes those who may not be  inclined only academically,"  Mrs.'"White's7 statement' included the  comment: "The graduating classes were  twipe^as big ten years ago as they are  now.  Kids today can't even get uni-  from us.  The important thing is, not only to  vote, but to cast an informed vote.       ,  Poet's Corner v  there" (trains talk, you know, they have  a soul, not like motor cars),   And the  eight  bells... in. j the .village  church ringing out their welcome tp the  newborn Christ at mldnlghtj .If < you  haven't heard that, you ain't lived, chum.  And. there was Christmas on the Al-  ,���.,.>.XC!s).ty,i^  ���spondencc,"  "The big trouble is, "the statement  continues,"' that school boards refuse to  recognize thut small schools llko ours  huvc special problems,  "The result is that children in small  schools arc getting nowhere near the  opportunity children in larger places arc.  Sunshine Coast.  ODYSSEY  ' a���Chorylo-Ann E. -Jay-  The calm quiet pea, nestled to tho sandy  shore  And searches to Infinity from whence  it came ln the beglnlng.  Gentle,winds, Invisible, caress the trees,  The level,In urban schools is far higher', The true kin of the gently blowing breeze,  Thoy spend thousands on frills while we   'P��te otan&o of sunsets die to the ink  l.in'1  hnvi. tho hnsies.  snow," usually alone, followed by Christmas on, Salisbury Plain, ln Franco and  Belgium In the Frenches and out of them  "amid the winter's mud,'1 Discomforts?  Danger? Yes,' but always the�� spirit of  camaraderie and Christmas, Once, we  heard our neighbors opposite singing  "Hellgo nacht,'stllllg nacht," j,he spelling  may be wrong but ,that la what It sounded'  like,    .7......   4,...,,,,.,,.,:.;   ,.: ,.  I hdpe Scrooge will bq with us again  on T,V,  - And with the eager anticipation. and  agonized suspense ��� in wondering what ��� is ���  In' the, parcels, I wish a specially Jiappy  Christmas to thq ladles In tho post office'  HOMELITE XL-1  Regular ?159.00  Uon'l have tho basics, A   bl��ck <?f nl��ht.     ,   ���    . ���  .   ''This.isn't fair, Under,our public    A* nature begets to win the dally fight,  '���   school' system' 'everyone' IS' guaranteed'' ^"^^^ ^aro"the places .  L>'l'''\l_?[>P��r*unl'v,..--.. ,   ,    .              By ,th<> ritunj ot wars -past, unbarred,  Thow should be ft basic program   Ptamln8 firca take their blackened toll, wh0 hftnd th      out  nhd t  -��     who  for, nil high .schools,, and joyory .school    Aa the,Xn9%m, looscs:8|Bht ot, the goal,, ��}m��" the' cSmaaSards' ahd the Zal  should offcr.it no matter if it costs more   a ��� songbird sings a ceacejess repertoire for Srcefs9                  '  per, head In ono area than another," ,       piying oh tiny wlnga to the night's nolr, ,H      '               j s browning  Mr, Thompson snjld In reference to    Forest creatures silently stalk, their M' "*   *     socholt   ilic'Brndui'itihg classes''being'" smaller'''and'"'' '"   unwary prey   ""* ,*" "'"' * " '"������ " ���'" '"���'""" ""���' : *" " "  correspondence needed    for university   Aa danger and the forbidden mock School act governs board  .SMlo.iliMJnU^ ^-Ith disaster  Now onto  COMPLETE WITH 16^ BAR AND CHAIN  plus FMEE  HOMELITE CARRY CASE  elsewhere lo complete ihclr studios, but  lhls has Utile to do with 'nendqmie quail- ���  ty'i Tho reasons they do this'la becauso  they want lo study �� subject or subjects  lhat the school does not offer, For them U '"  is the obvious-answer to go elsewhere,  _ l _.dcf y . any one-to��give * mo. tho * name. of  u student,Y/ho left to study elsewhere  bccnuso tho academic standard was too  low ��t JPcndc^ Hnrbpur Secondary School,  "Tho statement, Tho Pcndor Mar*  hor High School Is,not oven, ftblolo,  ol'for  a  proper    secondary    program,  There nrd mftny.ilmf.rovcmcms wo need  mmwMMMwmmtmi  .The Eenxnsuuv7^w^-  Published Wcilncadnyi M Secholt  7 on n.C'i Sunihloo Comi  Powell River New* Tow Crloi  f��o* 31Q��Scchelt, B.C.  Throv��gh sorrow��and Htrlfo,novor>..  considering tho hereafter,  Faint dreams and hopes surround all  thoughts  But who knows what we really . , ,  From the quiet culm .���� nestled to tho  shore  To wherever wo be,'tho plno shrouded  t-t forest'"floor ~"~ -~"-~�� ~ -*��� -������������  Amidst tha war ot man and nature  That devastates more and moro, every  creature,,....,.,.,.      . , ,  la there not ono tlmo that1 all can bo at  .���,������._ poaco?  In thoro not ono tlmo this could cease,  To ho the way of life, long time;  ,._,���.���.,���ambitious M.,   ,  "WUhoyt any forever Immortal  /''^recognfolon?^     ^ ���,_:.,'������' ���. ���y ���^  'Airi'f (6 betirai wliKjlCiria to li'tTfoTovor,  Subscription R��toi; (In rtdvnnce^  Laocnl, id per year. Deyond)} miles, S?  .     U.S.A., $9. OvcncM, J10.    xtrvlng Ihe area trim Von Mellon tu Hitmom  , Mfawt Sound lo l(ryltjnltt)   /  ���i"  ���mwMn"m*nwmn  NOTICE  Ponder Harbour >. Egmont Area  For Iniuranco of all klndi  , Phone your Resident Agent  JOHN BREEN LTD.  803-27*4 m bm.)  *ym  Slri As prosldont of tho Socholt Teach-  or's, Association I, would wish. that,,,tho  board of trustees would conserve their  onorgy and their concern for educational  mutters Inatoad of Imagined slights as to  who know what tknU  Tho remarks of ono trustee that tho  hoard has boon entrusted to run school  affairs moots with unanimous uprarovul,  - but the-board-shouid-remember thai they  ar.o Koyorned by tho Public Schools Act,  , Our concern and, as It turned'out, the  concern of many, others In this community, Is that tho trustees were MUrKilntf  tho authority���,of,tho Act,,In this Instance,  by appolntng and by not holding, an  election to fill tho vacancy,,Wo expressed  , our c'oncorn to our, advisor Mr,,Itobort-  non, president of tho B.O, Toacliors' Foil-  oration who- suggested. thn|1.,Lpcrji9nall  call lho socrolary-li'oasuror to clarify this  matter, Tho discussion jUtat^'tbok' place  .. between tho. sccrotaryfatroasuror, and my��  self rovolvcd around Mr. Canty'B |ottor  that had beon'read, at a, board meeting,  roiato  thin  convocation  regarding  tho  np��biicti:e^*,ietterwtow^y"*~foUowWBr;cor?  rcupondonco that was received by him  for the board'** Information, there U, very  little I can do about Hi   -v-'- '     '  , it was unfortunate that In now* stories  in \m\ wwk'i local nQW>p��pori )\_\ S<��  Miftt��*<N|W^^#Wh>��qw?^ M m^mK.  I i  ,���U  Handy carry co80  Hoops your saw oloan,  8flwcha|n free from nlc|^aK,  and abuse. Now Special Foil  Olfor lota you gain this Carry  Caw, froo with your purohaaool   thoHomolltoXHi   ' '    -^^i  (Offer expires 'December 23, 1972)    , i ';��� ���    ,'���  Anojlhor quality product from tho, Ghollonoor Dlatrlbittlon Syatom,  ',,,.  CHAIN SAW GENTBF  Socholt  LIMITED  #Mf��'��f* ��Wtei��|iKtw*^��ii��i��iw^  1        ,  '    ,  I    '  )  1  i     ,          i  '  ,  1   \  ,  "i  1     1        ,  ,.|  1  "  '  B  '  "  *      '  ,J              "h  i i  i  ,   tn    i .  ,,      ,.  .44,                  ,.,  , ,     a     ���        1                1  1  |                                        ,4                  -            ...  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Ifc,    ���rifeMU' 9_nn_**  \ '   '-���    ������������:. \ ��� ���      '  Dented Tdpks     Pender harbour  ���\  \\  4.\      X, .   x  Wednesday, December 6, 1972    The Peninsula Time*  NO /EMBER meeting^, of the Pender ^arbor ^enior' Citizens' Association,  Branch 80, was well attended arid two  new members were welcomed by Mrs.  _��'.\0_son, president.  Mrs. Olson reported that she and Mrs.  William Brown attended a meeting in  North Vancouver discussing the formation of Senior 'Citizens Association regional. It was suggested that the Sunshine \Coast and Powell River associations form one regional district.  were called for to assist  IN THIS age of specialization, the pub- . CpniOf c   ITIOPf  lie can get confused oyer who does    w"0^jL|Ul O  llICCl  what, especially in the health professions  in  which  Latin  is  still  King  of  titles.  Specialists in dentistry, must spend  two to three .more years in school to  become, qualified for such designations,  but even some of them have trouble pronouncing Jthe-jr own titles. So here's a  quick 'fuhdown on who's" who in dentistry:  .Endodontic)!:  He- treats  infections"\of  the pulp or. nerve of a  tooth.  He can  save^many teeth, that at one time had  to be extracted. Endodontists have no-    UU1U 10������ on  ���tiung^ojlo^dth-the-humaji^osterior. Volunteers __ _  lor^A^SKEn ?-_?���'! _f sl��fPl^&me~^hh-the annuafChfistmas'dinner "and  ^^t^^^SSS. W to be held Monday. De, ,8: Mrs  other injuries of the mouth.'  Orthodontist: Sometimes mistaken for,  a bird doctor, this stalwart straightens  teeth and is responsible for preventing  and correcting more serious irregularities  in  tooth position and jaw relationship.  Pedodantist: This specialist has nothing to do with, feet. He treats all kinds  of oral conditions of children, but generally refers major orthodontic treatment  or surgery to other specialists.  Periodontist: He treats diseases of the  gums and other supporting structures oja  teeth. .      ���    *^-  Prosthodontist: He concentrates on  partial and full dentures and sees you  through adjustments and possible refit-  tings.  Dental hygienist: Although not a  specialist in the above sense and nearly  always a woman, she is trained to take  over the duties of cleaning teeth���or  prophylaxis as it is typed on your bill.  She also frees the dentist from other  duties so he can concentrate on diagnosis  and   therapy.   ���Canadian  Dental   Assn.  A. Rankin will be in charge of the entertainment.  The slate of officers submitted for  1973 is: Mrs. F. Olson, president; G. laddie, vice president; Mrs. William Brown.  second vice president; Mrs. G. Lee, secretary; Mrs. G. Anderson, treasurer; Mrs.  A. Rankin, publicity.  After adjournment of the business  meeting a social game of whist was enjoyed, with Mrs. Lars Olsen and George  Anderson the high-score winners.  Page 3  \>  TO THE ELECTORS OF  THE VILLAGE OF SECHELT  _ . . ** ��� candidate for re-election to Hie Office of Alderman of ihe Village of  Sechelt I respectfully solicit^your vote ami Influence in the coming Municipal  Election*  c _. My policy '* *oun'1 and Poetical businea administration for the affaire  of the village, especially having in mind planning for the future and expansion  of the village.  The income of the village is not large, we are suffering from Slewing  pains and there are many things to be done. Some have to be done, some ought  to be done, others would like to do.  \*  ~ . In ih. part the council has made steady progress in improvements wtth  the means at their disposal and has managed to avoid bonded indebtedness. We  are now faced with a situation where a large amount of money will have to be  spent. A sewage system will have to be installed according to Federal and Provincial  Regulations. -Both governments will assist financially. A feasibility study and  estimate of cost will be presented to the electors as soon as possible, also the  electors will be given die opportunity to vote on the Recreation Centre matter at  the Mine time.  Yours respectfully,  f. F. OSBORNE  TWO REASONS for the success of non Stockwell    (left) and   Dorothy  Sea Cavalcade Committee's. Fall Rodwell. They modelled.a wide yar-  Fashioi Show held at Trail Bay iety of attractive fashions available  Shopping Mall last Monday���Shan- locally.  Gallery shop gifts  .are now available  SECHELT'S  Art Gallery  Shop has announced art works   available    for  Christmas gifts, Also, a new artist, Ethel  Edwards, is on the Peninsula.  There are many gift ideas including  ceramic wind chimes, miniature flower  arrangements and angel decorations and  small snowmen.  This is a $3.50 SPOT!  Your advertising in this space will reach  more than 2,500 homes (10,000 people!)  each reek, ir'i the most economical way to  Times ads ��o into more homes than any  other newspaper produced  In this areo.  The Times  885-9654 (SecheH)      886-2121 (Gibsons)  tat/e on  Jveati  4   1\  una  L>odtd - - -lA&e . . .  FUEL OIL  ���,    ;                               '���...-             ������,*���'        ������*'" "'���"���>7.         ''   ���   .       '���[  '   Pender Harbour  CHEVRON  ������t,l,     a  i    1  4  Deliveries to any  point oh the  Northern  Peninsula.  ),i      71  PHONE 883-2392  Use'Times' Adbriefs to Sell Rent Buy, Swap. etc.  A New Sensation in Sleeping Equipment  THE FLUID SUPPORT SYSTEM BED  A revolutionary bed design to enhance  your bedroom decor  l_vl**rtf  .'*_��*���  &  tl_  tj "v77>.  ���^  1.       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Phofif   885-2058  etmetotheboxontime  .        .     ft.       ��      ^      *. K  -tWj.1  MARILYN   OREOOAIN   models a   +���  potito plaid number during the /Fall".  Fashion Show staged, at Trail Bay,��  Mall,, Sechelt, last Monday by the  Sea- -Cavalcado Committee, Clothes  were supplied by Stedmaha (Camp*  ��� bell's Variety) and Uncle Mick's,  Cortection, candidate's  wife ,1s. not named Edith,  B, F, (TED) Osiborno's wWo is not named  - Edith na reported in J����,t week's Times,',  Osborne, standing (or j.e��elcctlon to &*���  phoUvlUnge council, hos �� daughter ri��m- -,  ^IpiW , ��99*\M*ml+. siii^t^icmn#i*.n��fm��kM^^-tm^^i&iMto'p'&ia^^  , , The Times, apologlzca,for ��hy ombnrn,.  TAssmei^t the *tem ,may\ hnvo caused,  Osborne, , , ���   ,    .  TOTEai CLUB   -  BINGO  FRIDAYS/ 8:00 o.m.  INDIAN HALL  /jackpot $300  ",_S7_S^HTTm__lri Ka^___f^Bfl**<l^ww,*iWt^**  ^ DOOR PRIZE ";*"*""  nm����'��,i����.mmmtt>mm��mm099mimmm4m9999mm49mmm9m99im. i'  "    Your holiday m^H will be ���  Joining 9 lot of other mall very soon,  This Is th6 busiest season' for  the people who move the mall,  So to rbe assumed that your mall  reaches Its destination   before the hplldays,      v   " *  mall before the dates below,  Dec^aa^Out-oMown-**^^  Poc. 17-In town  1 ,"  Mako your holiday mall letter'' '  perfect, Inolude.the correct postage;  Canada and U.S,Ar ,    ,  , Lettermel!(sealed"firstqms?)-8^' ������  Unsealed greeting oards��60  AH other countries (aionali)  tetter mall (sealed-first class) ��15(S   Unsealed greeting oards -12^  ^And;r^memberJhe.dates.abovQ.^w*u-  4^   ^��l*f^   H*V.^tt|V   ��  l��ll^.  If you mee^our de^dllnqs, we'll  meet yours, '  (^Canada   Postes  W   Post;       Canada  ���r,..  WH^ -(^WW^ft^i^f%|lfl^��lW^��*l_. 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Change from original  copy when proof is submitted to  customer is also chargeable at an  nourly rate for the additional  work.  COMING EVENTS  FUN night of square dancing  at Wilsftn Creek Hall, Sat.  Deo. 1(1, It p.m. Refreshments  served 10:30 p.m. Everybody  welcome, young or old, previous dancer or not, Tickets at  PERSONAL (Continued.  ALCOHOLICS Anon        .s ���  Meetings   8:30   p.m.,  Thursdays, Wilson Creek Community   Hall.  Ph.   885-9327.  8657-tfn_  STONEY'S  WELL DRILLING  Now Drilling on the Peninsula.  Phone 483-3530  5460 Maple Avenue  Powell  River.   B.C.  SPIRITUAL healing and readings. P.O. Box 533, Gibsons,  B.C. 485-4  I WILL not be responsible for  any   debts   unless   incurred  personally. Anthony I. Burtc...  1003^2  REAL ESTATE  PENDER Harbour waterfront  lot. Sheltered, deep, very  accessible to water making it  ideal for a year round wharf.  Water, electricity and road,  $17,500. Phone 886-7374 or  write box 708, Gibsons.  8202-tfn  LISTINGS   WANTED!  K. BUTLER REALTY  LTD.  ALL   TYPES   INSURANCE  Gibsons, B.C.  Phone 886-2000  A.   ..       ... ������    ,    ���       ���    ������- ,  RE\L ESTATE (Cont.)   "    ���..r-_v.,. , . -  VIEW lot in West Sechelt. 60'  xl58'.   Serviced.   $4500.   Ph.  885-2087. 890-3  100 'ACRES beautifulMevated  , property, some view, trails,  secluded. Near Secret Cove,  $70,000. Write Bbx 310, c-o  The Times, Sechelt, B.C.  332-tfn  \  \  \  FQR  sale, 2 bedroom,  waterfront, view. Phone 885-2134.  1023-4  TWO five acre blocks,, elevat-  ed\ property within village  of Sechelt. In popular subdivision area. Write Box 310, c-o  Peninsula   Times, Sechelt.  333-tfn  MORTGAGES  MEMBER  MULTIPLE   LISTING  SERVICE  8248-2  LANGDALE,   beautiful   view,  serviced   residential   lot   on  paved   street   79'xl65'.. Asking  only $5500.  Phone 884-5371.  1013-3  4V. to 14 acres west of Langdale  View   property,   treed,  water, south slope R2. Phone  886-2861. 930-tfn  EWART McMYNN  REALTY & INSURANCE  Multiple  Listings   Service  Box 238, Gibsons, B.C.  dour,  2438.  75c each  dr  phone 885-  896-3  IIRTHS  GIBSONS AND SECHELT  WESTERN DRUGS  , , , are pleated to sponsor this  Birth   Announcement  space,   and  extendi Beit Wlihoi to the happy  parents.  airoST----^)"7ib.^r.T3yalformeriy-  fnt mot hor, >���_ Inch shoo  lonthor oy normnlly nervous  father..n vicinity of St,,.Mi.ry's<  Hospital, Nov. 1(1, 1072. Found-  onp fi lb., 0 oz addition to  happy family, Lisa Doll. Dory-  Rovvni'd rouliy dotwvod by Dr,  David CU'i'i'iiiK, and nursing  .tall' of Hu Mnry'ti Hospital,-���  Ki)il nnd Shorrl Dory,    -101.0.2  CARPS OF THANKS  WE wish, to thn.T\OM"btir"ro-'  huiv.'H, frlondH nncl nolfih"  Ijoi'n wlio so, kindly liolpad us  nnd who mint . cnrcln, lottora  dnd (I'dworn, Your thowRhlful-  110,19 wvi,V deeply npproclntod.  Special Uianl.H lo Hov, D, Pop-  i.!o.~Go'ipi'tfo OIhoii one! family,   ,... ., lpOO-8  ANNOUNCEMENTS 7  GIBSONS: You could still be  in this brand-new two-bed.  home for Christmas. Flat lot,  no steps, close to all services  and very well constructed.  Phone for an appointment to  Tsee and then make'us7ydur*v  .offer.    ..,...��� . ��� .       ..- ] .  77.  SELMA PARK: The recreation  paradise of the Sunshine  Coast. Buy this summer home '  now, rent it out for the winter,  and then you will be all set  for next summer at this years  prices. (F.P. under $12,000.  Trade??)  GIBSONS: Four lots commercial property, terrific view!  on all utilities, This is truly  prime development property,  F.P. $49,500.  '  WATERFRONT    HOMES:    If  this Ib what you want you  couldn't choose a better time  ' to   look,   In- the; spring   the.  prices will be higher and the  competition greater, Act now.  GIBSONS:! A- three bedroom,  house located on nearly one-  half   acre   lot,   Home   has   ft  large   pleasant   "ivjng   roomy  with   an  attractive   fireplace,  Stove, frig, freezer and drapes  "*ln'cludedrHDme*also>has'a*one-  B,R,   self   contained   revenue  suite, Property is conveniently  located ��� to ' shopping   schools  ni)d theater, F,P, $37,000 with  $15,000 down. Try your trade.  HOPKINS!    Executive    home  with 75' of watorfront, The  beat bench on (ho coast, Large  family home In excollont c,on>',  . dltlonj yard nlcoly landscaped:  largo asphalt play aroa, small  pntio, tovol from house to  bench, Un.wpns.ed vlow of  IlQwo7Sowrid;��� A7pfiffoct buy  'nt >17.00Q F.P,  Also largo view lot <G1'jc172")  Lot la gently sloping with a  splendid  ouflook  over Howo  .Sound, .Property has several  good trees. F.P, $0200.  Member  '"Vancouver'"'jloal Estate"'  PHONE 000-2240  1st AND 2nd MORTGAGES  Residential   -   Commercial  Recreational  All types of .real estate financing  including. builders  loans.  Fast appraisal service.  XCAD1AN MORTGAGE  >    CORP. LTD.  . 2438   Marine   Drive,  West  Vancouver,   B.C.  Phone 926-3256  8227-tfn  FOR RENT  HALL for rent ��� Wilson Creek  Community    Hall.    Contact  Mrs. Diane Anderson 885-2385.  7815-tfn  WINTER    accommodation available,   Oct.   1st  thru  May  1st.    Lowe's    Madeira    Park  Motel. Ph. 883-2456.     529-tfn,  SPECIAL monthly rates until  May 15. Adults only, no pets.  Ruby    Lake    Motel,    R.R.I.,  Madeira Park. Phone 883-2269  566-tfn  SELMA Park Community Hall  meetings,    social    activities.,  Ph. 885-9437. 828-4"  MODERN two bedroom apartment in Gibsons. Heat and  electricity supplied, excellent  location. Available Dec. 1st.  Phone 886-7389.     iJ"r      487-3  SMALL two bedroom waterfront house, no fridge or  stove. Located at Longview,  rent, $125 per month. Phone  past Port Mellon, purchase or  886-2284. , 497-2  WATERFRONT, Selma Park.  2 or 4 bedrooms, electric  heat, hard furnishings. Available immediately, until June  30, 1973. Rent negotiable. Ph.  885-9608. 1029-tfn  FOR RENT (Continued)  ���--���$ : 1   FURNACE    installations    and  burner.. .service.    Free   estimates. Ph. 886-7111.        36-tfn  TYPEWRITERS;  adding  machines, repairs and sales. Ph.  886-7111. 7-tfn  ODD jobs. $2 per hour. Phone  886-2686.  787-tfn  PEERLESS TREE  SERVICES  A complete Tree Service  Phone 885-2109    8231-tfn  BOOKKEEPER,  girl Friday,  new to area seeks permanent employment. Ph. 885-2692.   888-3  $3.00 per hour. Call 886-9689  leave, message.   *" 1014-tfn  WANTED  PRIVATE timber^ wanted ���  ��� 2nd growth, 1 acre and up  Fir - Hem. - Ced. - Spr. Top  prices, imm. deposit. Write or  call collect Dawson Products  (1970) Ltd. Box 128, Gibsons,  886-7522. 481-3  WANTED   used   freezer,   call  between 10 a.m. and 7 p.m.  at 886-7283, 494-2  WANTED, dining room chairs  and bedroom chest of drawers. Phone 886-7461. 491-2  AUTOS H. TRUCKS (Cont.)  FOR sale   1964  GMC   W ton,  $100. Phone 886-2084.        492-2  TRAILERS & CAMPERS  1969   %   ton    camper, special  with I.g. canopy. A-l condition. Ph. 883-2220. 1024-4  BOATS & ENGINES  SELL or trade on property  cabin cruiser, K.C. thermo-  lite, full canvas top, 120 Volvo  Penta, electric lift, depth sounder, many extras, tendem trailer. $3000. David Ball, Deroche,  Phone   826-8854   (Mission).  > 897-3  RETS   \       KITTENS,  house brokeri.  Ph.  886-9575 after 6 "p.m.    891-3  FREE   to    good    homes,   one  month  old,  part black  Lab  puppies.  Ph.  885-2080.      900-3  PUPPIES ready to go. Phone  886-2535. 894-3  SILVER Poodle puppies. Ready  for    Christmas.  Reserve  now. Phone 885-9797.      1007-4  RELF'S Four-O-Eight Kennels, Redrooffs, Halfmoon  Bay,wish to advise their regular customers and other pet  owners that they are accept-  in" bookings for Christmas  and New Year. Phone 885-  SHb9: 1022-4  ntocic  LIVES  REGISTERED purebred XArab-  ian gelding. Well trained,  gentle. 15.3 hands, 5\ 'years.  Rose grey, $850. Registered  Quarter horse mare. Top game  horse, 14.1 hands, 13 yrs. For  experienced* rider . only. $750.  Registered Quarter, horse stud  Colt)6 mos.'Very qui-. Lovely  conformation, $700. All are in  good health, sound. To be sold  to responsible parties only.  Terms available. 886-2160.  Brushwood Farms, R.R. 1,  Pratt Rd. Gibsons. 878-tfn      k       ~~  SWIFT Feeds ��� H. Jacobson,  Swift dealer. .Nor'West Rd.,,  Sechelt. Phone 885-9369. Chicken feeds - Horse feed - Hog  feed - Cattle feed. Hay and  other feeds by order. 258-tfn  ��� ��� : -c  QUALITY FARM SUPPLY  Open: 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.  Tuesday to Saturday  Complete  Line  of:  ��� Buckerfieldfc Products       v  ��� Purina  Dog  &  Cat  Foods  Pratt Road, West Gibsons  Phone 886-7527  "     ' 8241-52  FOR CASH  Furniture, Appliances,  Goods of any kind.  Phone the Bargain Centre:  daytime 885-2848; evening 885-  2151. 9276-2  MOBI-E HOMES  TRAILER space available, all  services. Ayers Mobile Home  Park,  West Sechelt. Ph.  885-  2375. 863-tfn  BRAND new 12x60 Leader 2  bedroom, shag carpet, fully  furnished, bay window, full  C \ z240 certification, many  *er delux features, delivered  ..nd complete set up for only  $8995.00. Can be seen at Sunshine Coast Trailer Park,  F' Thway 101, Gibsons, B.C.  486-3  TWO bedroom   mobile  home,  12'x44*.   CSA   approve*!.   1  year old, $7,000. Ph. 885-2079.  1010-3  CARS & TRUCKS t"-.  FOR QUICK RESULTS  USE TIMES ADBRIEFS  FOR SALE  FIREPLACE   wood   for   sale.  Dried alder, maple and fir.  Phone 883-2417. 684-tfn  WORK   CLOTHES-sportswear  or  what  have you at Morgan's  Men's  Wear.        587-tfn  FIREPLACE  wood,  $25   cord,  delivered/ Phone 885-9715.  740-tfn  *   REAL ESTATE  Box 769  SECHELT, B.C.  885-2241  Vancouver Direct Line MU5-5544  See us at our Office across from the Secheh Bus Depot  FOR A COPY OF OUR LATEST LISTINGS ON  CHOICE WATERFRONT, VIEW LOTS, HOMES  AND ACREAGE ��� CALL LEN & SUZANNE VAN  EGMOND ��� Local 885-2241 or Direct from Vancouver MU5-5544.  PORPOISE BAY WATERFRONT  Only $12,000 ��� large view lots, good beach, protected moorage.  Call  LEN or SUZANNE VAN  EGMOND,  days  885-2241,  eves.  885-9683.  ONE bedroom Duplex, Mission  Point. Basic furnishings, $70  mo. incl. light. Good for couple  or single party. Sorry no children or pets. Available lJDec.  :Phone  885-9463. 1027-4  3 BEDROOOM unfurnished  suite centrally located. Might  consider with option to buy.  Available Jan, 1. Phone 886-  9563. 1016-2  WORK WANTED  EXP. clerk typist with knowledge   of  book-keeping  and  teletype   operating.   Mrs.  Mc-  Taggart,  Ph. 885-2680.      886-3  RELIABLE babysitter, Davis  Bay to Sechelt after 4:30,  Monday to Thursday, anytime  Friday to Sunday. Phone 885-  9774, 898-3  1959    METEOR,    runs    good,  $125. Ph. 886-2647.-       869-3  1969  AUSTIN,  reliable,  econ.  ..ansportation.    New    tires.  Phone 885-9035. 875-3  1958   CHEV  Impala   convertible 283. In running order .oH  for   parts.  $100.  Phi :883^65V  1008-2'  1966  CHEVY II, good condit-  ,    ion   throughout,   near   new  tires,  std.   trans.  $575'.   Phone  886-9517. 1032-2  1961   CHEVROLET   4, dr.   8  cyl. std,,  economical  transportation, $65. Phone 886-7858.  489-2  1950 FLATDECK Ford, 1 ton  truck, new motor, 4 sp. trans.  750x17 8 ply tires, Can ba  seen at Blues Sky Motel, Apt!  3, ask for Cecil between 4  and 6 p.m. 1018-2  SELMA PARK WATERFRONT  REVENUE PROPERTY ON THE BEACH ��� $300 per month, plus  owner suite. Close to store, fishing and boat harbour. Ideal retirement ored  Pull price only $45,000; terms. Call LEN or SUZANNE  .     VAN EGMOND, days 885-2241, eves. 885-9683.  MUST BE SOLD ...  Ready to move into ��� 3 bedrooms, lovely stone fireplace. Walk  to beach and stores. Asking only $24,900. CALL NOW ... LEN  or SUZANNE VAN EGMOND, days 885-2241, eves. 885-9683.  ,,  .-; TRAILER LOT WITH VIEW   , . , ;,,  Only $4,500 ��� this kind of lot is hard to find. Clo^e to beach,  fully serviced. Call LEN or SUZANNE VAN EGMOND, days 885-  2241, eves. 885-9683,  ; VIEW LOT������ % ACRE  Over y_ acre lot with'view in Village Of Sechelt, Across the street  from access to nice beach.  Drlvewoy in:  Nicely treed .for your  privacy, Asking only $6,500. Call LEN or SUZANNE VAN EG-.  MOND, days 885-2241, eves, 885-9683.  MacGREGORPACIFIC-REALTY.  Box 779, Gibsons, B.C.  "SERVICING THE SUNSHINE COAST"  LOT ��� SECHELT  Nice residential lot, close to all facilities; ready to build on ���  only $5,500. Call LEN or SUZANNE VAN EGMOND, days 885-   7 ,,,,..   '2241, eves. 885-9683., , '.   WATERFRONT LOT  Approx770'x250':���fantastic view of Trail |s|oridsf'Only$12;500;  with terms. Call LEN or SUZANNE VAN EGMOND, 885-2241,  eves, 885-9683,  WW. Mrfftft. ^ft.ij^l"&��ajiu6i-j[i^4 ^  Prime 7Ml, acres, Gibsons Rural, $16,8000  Good terms,    Call Lorrie Girard 886-7244 or 886-7760  135'WATERFRONT HOME  Outstanding view, Charming 2 bedroom homo with tastefully decorated living room, wall to wall carpet, Glass sliding door opening on to large wrap-around SMndeck, Fireplace, kltchop with built-  in ranae, den or office, Protected moorage; Locotod at Halfmoon  ,,Bay,��Arbutus4recs���Call.LENlor4.SUZANNE.VAN,EG/y\OND(��dQys-,  885-2241, eves, 885-9683,  ENGLISH LTD.  JANE   HiicQuiutIo   Wflfl   tho  winner of lho door prize of  lho 'Drown Troo' Kit, at-������'���U��Q  Poll   Onllo   oIi.hiich   hold, 'by  'DnlllB'SUHllos, -���"���'���     '1021-2  PERSONAL  IIAllA'l F��lth, Inrormnl chats.  ri.ifl.or.oii. ri.io.207n.'1  lou-ttn  Ndtary Public  .   USTINQ3, .WANTED-..,,.���..,���,  Vlnce Prewar        886-9359  Wally Peterson     886-2877'  Ron McSavahey   886-9656  Pox J&38. aibnopB, D.C.  PENDER HARBOUR   ,       "  OYSTER LAGOONi  Lovoly, porkllko  lot  on Kont  Road,  good  building or mohilq homo ��lta, Aihlng $6,QQQ on caiy term*.  WATERFRONTi Protected moorage and a baautlM vlow oro tho  main (nature!, of ihli Uorgaln Harbour property. Thoro'* ol��o o,  3 room cabin, which l�� no great ��hako��. but could ba, Prlco  f 19,300 !crm��,  'WATI"RPI<ONTr27"i,-'o<"deopa-prolMC|,oc|^mooragi.on.i*-boQUll|uU  aero. In (he heart o| Madeira'Pork, Properly'ha^ boon landicapoa  ond prepared lor town building^ with all roodi and campilt��i  ,. completed,, $50,000.,,  ' -��  JOCK HERMON���883-27^5 (Any'Time)  -^������CHAKUES-EISGUISH-UIMITED������'   REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE  NOTARY PUBLIC AND APPRAISALS  isibsons, B,C, 1   ' 8&6-2481'  WILSON CREEK ��� 2Vi qcros of level cleared land  with year-round creek, Close to, beach, Cqn be re-  older homo and lqrge workshop and garage, Full price  ���,���, ,.,,,.,,....��� .,,4,, , $30,000. , ,. ,,,,. ..,, ,-,,   ' % XCRE LOTS af G^wor Point: IOOj.2^8, $5,000^ and'  1 $6,000 only,   ���������������������������-��������������� �����������.������- ������.�����.  Serviced jot, 50x268, In tho Village of Gibsons. Nlcoly  _,_ .....���i_, ...^^^  '_. !..���..,.  ��� ��� ���" i\   ' Newly remodelled 2 bedroom homo on largo Hlllcrest  jot, Full basement, carport, flroplaco, sundeck, Only  $23;500 orj terms,  WATCH THE FERRIES como In from this modern  2 bedroom stucco, vlow homo, Flfoplace, carport,  oundock, guest house; auto, oil hoat,onsulto pluniblng,  F,P, $22,900. Good terms available, Dank mortgage  ,   ONLY $3;20O ��� REDROOFFS ESTATES   ..�����...,,,���.  Largo lot on paved road, Nicely treed. Call now LEN or SUZANNE  VAN EGMOND, days 885-2241, oves. 885.0683,  '   SECHELT VILLAGE  5 bedroom homoi opprox, 1550 sq, f'./fireplace, sauna both, shqn  1 carpets, All Indirect lighting In living room* ytilltv room, work  shop, .Walking distance to all facilities, Full prlco $36,900, Cnll  Ston or Jlock Anderson, days 885-2241, eves, 885-2385 or 883-  2053.'  mmma^mi    n  *  ������������-,- DAVIS BAY  Co'ttabo on WR lot, All landscaped,'4 rooms, carport, sundeck ord  flroplaco, F.P, $25,950, Call -Jack or Ston Anderson, days 88,^  2241, oves, 885-2053 or 885-23857  ������'>���<���>������������!.'-���''������-' ��� y- '--'SELMA PARK'-* "H'- 7������������'-���-' ��� ���-"���������  72' lot on highway, Good view, caiy occess,' treed, F.P, $5,500,  Call Ston or Jock Anderson, doys 885-2241, oves, 885-2385>or  885-2053,  ,   ' REDROOFFS ROAD :  Va acre lot wiih driveway, Qoso to, boach. Nlcoly treed. F.P,,  ���$4r700rCall*'Jack'0rStan*Andersonrdoyi��885"224lr��V0Si*885����  ' 2053 or 885.2385,  K,  LISTINGS���WANTED  , ,        i a '   '    ',   a ' '    a' -     "       1  '  ' "I1       "    ' " '     ' I     '  A. Crosby 886-2098 - ),  E. White 886-2935  -jrVlsser885'23OO-��-MlKeBlancy-086-7436���  t&-V&1+t>imtfimtlWW,&f*l4*49fti***h*- <t9f IMfUVa  T  SARGENT DAY AREA  Ah' oxcollent InvoJImont�����������-��� Mi aero of troed londr LoyoI ,access-  .from rood, F,P. $3.<,00, Call Ston or .pek Andorson, days 885-  224 (, ovos, ,085-2385 or W2053,  ROBERTS CREEK  2, good building lots, trood, southern oxpQiuro, Fully serviced, I  Block top rood. F,P, $5,950. Call Jock or Stan Anderson, days  "���      ,"       885.22-d, oves, 885-2053 or 885-2385;   ' '"  '      SANDY HOOK WATERFRONT  74'��220' lot, Arbutus and fir Iroos, sorvlcod, Good boach and  road access,  Doop moorago,  F,P,  $15,750,  Coll Stan or Jack  Andorson, days 885.2241. ovos, 005-2383 or 885-2033,  2 bedroom! homo on 70'��150' lot, Good iUc<' Hvlno r9��rr��, separa|��  i i ' ....  ,'   "   DAVIS DAY  dining room, Comblnollon workihop-grirooo, Fully ln��uloted ond  wired, Largo sundeck, FP, $24,250, Call Jock or Stan Andernon.  ���������.days 885-2241, ��vos,,805.2033 or.885.2385, ���UL  SUNSHINE COAST ��� LADIES APPAREL  1 Owner retiring ond wlll sell for prlco of stock, Real opportunity to  step Into lhls astobllshod business In Ihe heart of Sochelt, Largo  bright storo. Lease on promises, F,P, $13,000, For more detolls  phono Jock or Ston Anderson, direct 605.5544i eves, collect 883-  ,* u j j. .._���. ~--~^0STor,8B3^23a3, ~r*-~ -^ -  ���    -  ���i ��� i ������ *, "i  �����lWy^^^S*iW^*ftJ*lWM^Ma*^'#1^��l!>WlrW**��^(^a^^  IW((itia*#  tnn^tzci^ia^fit^n.^rvr  PENDER HARBOUR and EGMONT  MADEIRA PARK  2 BR home on attractive landscaped lot with fruit trees. A few  hundred ft. to school, stores and marina. Washer, dryer, range  and fridge irssluded in price of $29,000,  WATERFRONT LOTS  75'  4~~ $16,500  Ruby Lake,  105' -      $13,500     % Fisher Island  $16,500  90'   $18,500     88' -_  $18,500  54' beach front with 14' trailer 1 $18,<KM)  MADEIRA PARK SERVICE STATION  Business  and  property ��� choice corner  lot  in  Madeira   Park.  2 bay concrete block garage building, some equipment and tools.  An exceptionally good buy for $25,000.  LARGE ACREAGE  '���{. Mixal   Lake���157   acres   with   timber���550'    waterfront���  $50,000.  2. Dark Cove, ���Jervis Inlet���Approx.  1  mile waterfront���184  'QCres���3 good buildings���$150,000.  3. Secret Cove aieo���160 acres���roads and trails throughout���  foirly level property���$70,000.  4   Pender Harbour���approx. 33 ceres���opprox. 1800' waterfront  ���$85,000.  EARL COVE  A few lots still available on this 30 lot subdivision. Priced from  $4,000.  MADEIRA PARK  Choice view lots on 72 lot subdivision. Prices from $3,700 to  $10,000. Some cleared ready for building.  MADEIRA PARK  2 yr. old ranch style home with 4 bedrooms. Electric heat, carport. Attractive white sandstone fireplace, wall to wall carpet in  living room. Large kitchen-dining room with coppertone range,  hood and fridge. 12'xl2' utility room with cupboards. Plus a  24'x26' shop building, fully insulated; Situated oh'dn bttradtive-  view  lot and close to school,  stores,. post office and  marinas.  $34,500.  VIEW LOTS ��� GARDEN BAY ESTATES  In a bMutiful setting, serviced with paved road, water and hydro.  Public access to waterfront. Close to stores,  marinas and post  office. One steep lot at $3,000, the balance priced from $6,000  to $10,000.  WARNOCK ROAD  Level   lot,   79'x200'.   Excellent   mobile   home   site.    $6,200.  MARY ISLAND  Beautiful 4.8 acre Mary Island, just outside Madeira Park'Govt.  wharf. Over 1,500 ft. sheltered waterfront, water, telephone and  electricity.  Large,  comfortable  log  home with  electric  heating,  small guest house, float. $125,000.  KLEIN DALE ON HIGHWAY 101  ,wPy^^.g.ently1jsl9PlnSi oSJSj. WJtJh,?,snr^,,hg^$,_.foads throughout property, pf^'fi^at $22,000.  MOBILE HOM�� SITES' ."     '  Several lots available.  EGMONT LOTS  Waterfront lots���$11,000 to $13,000.  BARGAIN HARBOUR WATERFRONT HOME,  Good older home, 2 BR on main floor, 2 BR on upper floor; oil  furnace, electric range, frig and some furniture. 54 ft. level Waterfront lot. Asking $29,000..- �����*.- ;       " \  EARL COVE RESTAURANT ' :"';  .   at Earl Coye Ferry Terminal.  Busy y^ar-round location at the  best location on the Sunshine Copst, Includes lafid, bUs^ess, restaurant building, restaurdht equipment and small hdusfl trailer.'  SMALL ACREAGE WITH WATERFRONT   '    ,  '' ^fenAn0*"5"���1^ ocres���approx. 350' choice waterfront���  .     $3j,0Q0i  2. Oyster Bay���nearly 10 acres ip Pender Harbour���approx. 550'  watorfront ��� fruit trees ��� $45,000, , . 77  3. Egmont���over 7 acres���approx,  560'  woforfront���excellent  "���^���it^foriTWblta'ho^  (     property���$50,000. ,     ,,    .,,.   ,,���.  "!""'v ' "r'f" neaiV'madMa'park"'^          Neor new 2 BR home on opprox.' % aero level lot. Has electric '  heating, flroplaco,. wAv carpet, storage and carport.  $�� 1���5Q0.  .....   ,.,. LAGOON ROAD . ,:, ,.    ;   ,  3 flooc| building lots, easy walk to sch'oot stores, post office and '  marines, $6,000 each,  ....... ���,..,.,.. ' ./.....^RDEN^BAY .  AWqctlvO^ from��wmorfront-^ble, ,'  plumbing, fireplace, sundeck. Flno view of Harbour. Deoutlfully  landscoped l?aso lot, f"|3,0Q0. ���   '    ������    .-<     ���  .,.    , Investors and Dovolopors  "'            $500,000   POTENTIAL  Partially developed 'possible 86 lot subdivision site on 37 Vlow  acres oni Fronds Peninsula,���Approx, 3,?00 it, of prlrtioiy fQpd,  constructed to, dervfca approx, 56 Ipts. pptenllal' for 30 more  lots. Wator mqln on S.E, boundary of proporty and own flravol  , pit also on properly, Asking prlco   ���l.rr__,.T-J_-...,...l_i_..j._.^.--iy.1l[  ..,.r,....7,,^,^,JmJ,,.^,���^  1   ������ ;  mb/mim**  , brooKp cove-halfmoon q/\y'.,,.',.-;;  ,94; d.c��P, Y,Q!0^ wUh 3 PR Ponflbod^^^  SfiKi^l...f"1. ^.'hmorp..pwpono ronao andJrldgej All\furniture,,  dlshos, bodeIng   etc., Included, No electricity. Access by, path, ���  only-850 ft, from parking lotto houso,' Immediate,poiNiiloii !  ,*29,O00,     ,    ,     '     'i���, ��� ,.. , ���  ,;, VJ^W LOTS~GARD,EN BAY;,! '. ' .1 ...  ...Vory .largo.parkl|kp,Jo|s overlooking Pendor Harbour',.Priced fromu  ' ' $5,000 to $6,000,  GARDEN BAY   ���    " "'' 1  6 0,R, home oh 103' watorfront, Lots, of floats; Potential for  tourist development, $50,000,    ' ' ���    "' '        (  Many othor vlaw ond Watorfront lots In tHo'Po'ndoV.Hqrbour area  !  " ���'������".   ��� '->  ���   ���>i.���>'���'���' -m ��� ��� i     ' ,'.)  ^l^iii^^liiiMi  REAUTY |,TD,  4 ,     Madeira Park, B.C.  Phona^Pen1ioT^QTbmFfia3���3ii3T  �����U|nH#-Mtt\Vrt>t^4MWt|Wihw^i<nfWwi  t_^^19^1��i_t^'W.K*>*WMt1����^i^T^��^,tt^^ nw^>4*f*&l!*l*fr^nWHtofri^Ji*l<iri9*f*  ��.WIMI#WM\MI>  buwiyi anftmuta^Mt^B^n-^ iw  IFrt��S��L��i>fll��ie**��*s*��e��M  nnW��i��i����*��em��WBaai(H��TW*'rti��K(rt��^iK<^rt  VwcwMmv^eXM^e't  WWMia3*a*o^(frt��y��yWiimi4 <��� wwefwat  gMamiwmKHtuw4uiwraH<>��MrtAift#*Mi \  V  X  \  \  \  \  ' ' -7   ;  w  ��� \  \  \  \ -  A  \  ���T"  FOR SALE (Continued) FOR SALE (Continued) FOR SALE (Continued) HELP WANTED (Continued)  .'V-  FULLER Brush represent? ive  for West Sechelt and all  points to and including Langdale. Phone Mrs. Donna McCourt, 886-7839. 879rtfn  TAPE   recorder,   reel   model,  brand  new.  Will trade for  record player. Ph. 885-9564.   v 1028-2  \ ��� ~���~   MARINE ACCESSORIES  Pti nt���Fibreglass���Rope-  Canvas���Boat Hardware,  Compressed air service       ,  NYGREN SALES  (1971) LTD.  Phone 886-9303. Gibsons. B.C.  TEAK sideboard app. 80"xl9"-  29" H. $150. Radio rec. pk  ���~om>>. $125. Can be seen 1ktN  M. Warnock Bargain Harbour.  Phone lBt83-23Qg. 899-3  18   FT.  6-^en   caTSr.   plywobJ  boat. 40 H.P. elec. start motor.   $400   cash.   Ph.   885-2272  evenir.gs only. 1012-4  WlUNGER  condition.  washer,    perfect  Ph.   886-2462.  1011-2  MUST sell white gold Wedding  and   engagement   ring   set7  Write and give phone number  to Mrs. R. Weston, Hwy. 101,  R.R.  No. 2, Gibsons, B.C.  493-2  I ���Wlrt'huW*''I.Biff.!������_. Ufa. ������  i0. IH tp#Sfr m, rtia aWvflBadWn  SECHELT AGENCIES LTD,  Member of the Multiple Listing Service  PHONE:  Office 885-^235  From Vancouver Toll Free - ZEnith 2012  RUBY LAKE WATERFRONT #2436  Over 100 feet of lakefront, near enough to highway, but not too  close. Fine spot for that summer home you dream of at reasonable cost. Offers to asking price of $t 1,000, terms njay be considered. Call Peter Smith at 885-9463 eves, or office.  SELMA PARK WATERFRONT #2405  Fifty-nine feet of frontage. Ideal for the boating enthusiast and  other recreation activity. Suitable for two families or live in one  house, rent the other. Big feature here is the price: $15,000  cash. Rental on lease lot only $112.50 annual, Call Bob Kent  for appointment, 885-2235 anytime.  120 BASE and accordian, good  condition. Phone 883-2760.  ���      N1004-2  FOR sale German Shepherd  \ puppies. Phone after 6 p.m.  )B86-N2348^ \ 490-4  MODERN  oilstove With  oven  window, lights, clock timer.  P.ione 886-7594, 1015.4  1971   HONDA,    175   cc,   2200  miles,  as  new.  Phone ,885-  2848. 1025-2  4*x8* SOLID slate pool table,  nice   Christmas  gift.  Phone  885-2848.    - 1026-2  GUITAR and case, practically  unused.  Phone 886-9689.   '- 1017-2  SCREEN   for    36"    fireplace.  Please phone 885-9893 after*  6.00 p.m. 1019-2  KENMORE washer spin dryer,  5 months old. Ph. 886-7820.  1031-2  DAVIS BA"? #2742  Level lot close to the beach and store at Davis Bay. It is-situated  in a quiet area of good homes on Whitaker Road. Lot size is  70" feet frontage by 125 feet deep. Cash price $6,700. Coll Don  Hadden . . . 885-9504 eves.  DAVIS BAY #2398  Large lot on black topped Arbutus Drive, areo of all new homes.  Some view, excellent potential. Total price is $5,500 and just  $2,000 down, good terms. Call Peter Smith . . . 885-9463 eves.  or office.  SECHELT - QUALITY #2423  Three bedroom, value for your money home. Corner lot with view  and low, level access to boating. Be an envied owner of a home  which contains many features: ensuite plumbing, 2 fii-eplaces,  wormly, paneled- livingroom, wall to wall carpeting, auto, oil  heating and hot water, . under-ground parking, large sundeck.  Many, more too numerous to mention here. Why not make an  appointment now and see for yourself the luxury home that awaits  for $37,900 full price with terms available. Call anytime . . .  885-2235 for Bob Kent.  HALFMOON BAY WATERFRONT #2738  Sheltered moorage,|s hardJo_find but te  to keep1 a"float'aha boat in front of this gently sloping property.  There is a wide south-westerly view from the 2 bedroom home  situated 300 feet away from the highway and a guest cottage to  take care of the weekenders. See It now while the price is only  $30,000. Phone Don Hadden, 885-9504 eves.  BUSINESS AND  INVESTMENTS #2650  If you are interested in acquiring a business, an investment property or a home or combinations, call Bob Kent anytime . . .  885-2235.  ���GRANTHAMS -r- Southerly View #2717  BARGAINS ARE SCAftCE. Here's one. Basically sound side-by-  side duplex or large family home. Double plumbing, 100 amp.  service, oil furnace, firnvfoundation and basement, good roof. At  only $18,500, this is an excellent investment for carpenter or  handyman. For further particulars CALL C. R. GATHERCOLE at  886-2785 eves.  DAVIS BAY VIEW #2690  Situated on highth of ground for sweeping view, Lot is cleared  ond mostly in lawn. Fine 2 bedroom home with fireplace in living  room. Ovelooks ocean. Ample kitchen and dining area. Covered  sundeck. Forced' hot air heating.-Ample crawl space and storage.  Car port and also, work shop. $25,000 cash price or will consider terms. Call Bob Kent at 885-9461 eves.  PENDER HARBOUR #2669  Your choice of excellent lots, close to deep water and shopping.  Hydro and water. Quiet for Summer home or year round living.  These,'are excellent lots at low cost. Prices from $4,950 to $6,000  down payment as low as $1,485,00, good terms on balance.  Call Don Hadden 885-9504 or Peter Smith 885-9463 eves, or  - -������7. a-,. n���,���.*.���:��� off Ice 885-2235.     a ��������������.- ��� ��� ������� -a.  ROBERTS CREEK #2733  Over V,000squarefeet In this 2 bedroom home, with .full con-,  crete txisement and auto oil furnace. Situated on one acre of  gently sloping land on the high side of Highway 101, Full price  $25,000. Call DonTladden, 885-9504 eves.  SECHELT VILLAGE  #2593  Excellent level cleared lot In area of good homes, near schools,  shops. $5 250 cash or $5,750 torms. CALL C. R.'GATHERCOli  .,. , 7.V,   ..,,.,.. ,    .,,. ,,,.,,..ot 886-2785. ,  DAVIS1* SELMA'  BWtlalUflW . tt^MWpai-. ��|*^ WwwWaa^aSalWaSa. f-Jl( t-^l''-/. M^fil'^tlf-l fa<l_ I,.  <#2543��  Only one jot left In this desirable area, Seventy feet on payed  road with high potontlol view. Normal services available,, Less  1 than $6,000 full price. Call Bob Kent or Peter Smith, 885-2235  anytime,  SELMA PARK .     ,     tnn ,_ .    .       ���    - #25*7  Investor or builder ��� this lot 100x135 fronts on two streets,  lowest price Jn area, but an excellent lot. Priced ot $5,200, much  below other offerings, To,view cqll Peter Smith, 885-2235 ^es,  SELMA PARK VIEW .   '        .       ,     '   , #2723 '  ' Nowl Three  bedrooms,  living  foorn with  heataafor flreploce,  beautiful kitchen, ��un porch, cement basement, All electric home,  'quollf|es,for*Govemment-2rKl Mortpofle of;$5,00a*Y^rf,��l"-  carry lif of $22,000. Features'warm^ponellng jnd^alNo, waU  rugs plus delightful color ichome, Call Bob Kent, 885-2235  ' il1    !    7iva,.',',...:    anytime,"    ���' ' '"        ' '"''   ,���11    _������������.��� in ������ <<���.  SELMA PARK' ....a....:;,,,,:',:#2656.  Ono of the finest view lots high up,In Selma Park has a new  2 bedroom mobile home all ready for occupancy. |�� has been  approved by CSA, tho building Inspector ond ������� *>onk, M>1t��l"  #���430 so/ft.'Full price *JJ,9��I. T�� view Ca|| Pon Hadden,,  ,.1. ,..;;,,,    -,,,.1.111 1    ' 7',   ' "  charming 2 abedroom buftgalow. For Privacy and l>eauty,c|os��neM  ',�� beach and stores-SEE THISII Love It. ,|l 3,000.00 will handle.  /To^ewCALL PETER SMITH 885-9463 eves, or office 883-2233.  RARE WATERFRONT ACREAGE  Thirty acres, 700 foot wotorfrontogo. Water occest only. Stream.  Several acres cleared, $60,000, Call Jack Warn, 886-268 J eves.  GIBSONS AREA-      '    ,     , ,' . , *?%.  Pleasant farm areo. good soil, regional water. 8,3.acres, jpned K*,  - -  -  -       a on, Termi on  eves,    ���  Pleasant farm areo, gooa eon, regional wswr. w.j.uv  trailers p��rmlU.��d. Good Mdlna property, cottoge  r$20#000, CAU JACKWARN <J6d-268l ��  ASK FOR FREE CATALOG0E OF REAU ESTATE  AGENCIES LTD.  Box 153, Secholt Phon�� 885-2235  Or Coll Toll frw from tha "Greater Vancouver Area  ,��&ilth2qi2  ������������"-^"IC&OXJ  W f ,-V*g--.J-lWtofrJ**, SflTi-lJ^HB^**l*lfis>-l>��ita)'W*3  1970   HEAVY   duty   Westing-  house laundro-nat, top coh^  dition. For further information  call 886-7144. 1033-2  50,000   B.T.U.    propane   floor  furnace.   Needs   no   electricity, $65. Phone 886-9984.  1034-tfn  HELP WANTED  MATURE   women   for   park  time    woik.    Ladies    Wear  Shop, Sechelt. Phone 885-9818  for interview. 495-2  WAITRESS for dining lounge  and cabaret. Call Peninsula  Dining   Lounge.   Phone   885-  2311.       1030-2  VILLAGE of  Gibsons,   Pollution Control Operator Required. Applications are hereby invited for the position of "Pollution Control Operator" for a  system    of    sanitary    sewers,  pumping stations, outfall and  treatment   plant   serving   the  Village of Gibsons. The  successful   applicant   will   assist  the  Village's   Consulting   Engineers in supervision of plant  construction, testing and placement in operation, and^will report directly to the Consulting  Engineers during this period.  On acceptance by the Village  of the completed system, the  Operator will take charge of  and be res; - nsible  for complete operation and maintenance of the facilities and will  report to the Village Superintendent   of   Works.   Previous  experience in operation of pollution control works is desirable but not essentiaL Requirements: 1. Demonstrated ability  to keep records; 2. Some experience with machinery and  electrical controls;  3.  Ability  and willingness to undertaike  minor    repairs    and   routine  irianual maintenance on an independent basis; 4. Ability to  instigate and supervise major  maintenance   and  repairs   by  others;; 5. Ability to learn and  carry   out   simple   laboratory  sampling and testing procedures; 6. Some understanding of  hydraulics; 7. Ability and willingness to keep entire plant  and   system  neat,  clean  and  tidy.  Applications  should  be  submitted. in  writing  to the  undersigned stating age, marital status,  qualifications,   experience references, and salary:, required- ; rD;;~. Johnston,  Clerk-Treasurer, P.O. Box 340,  Gibsons, B.C. 954-2  Record in color  DOCTORS  at Boston's Mas-  sachusetts General Hospital  .are adding- color snapshots to  patient's permanent hiedlcal  records, Under an experimental program directed by Dr.  Kenneth T, Bird, patients are  photographed when first ex-  . amined. The pictures, enlarged  to 5"x5", enable doctors who  may treat the patient later to  see what the injury or other  problem looked like at first,  and' let the patient see what  progress he has made since the  i. picture  was , taken; ' in some ,,  cases, the snaps serve as evidence  for settling - insurance  claims,   '  DRIVER  for   Tandem   truck;  -pickups   in   the   city.   Also  Carpenter's helper. Phone 8,83-  2585 of 883-2671 $ves.      1002-2  ���.���-, _______  BABY siter. 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.,  Mbn.   to  Fri.   Ph.   885-9707.  1009-2  VILLAGE of Gibsons, Building  Inspector (Part-Time). A  part-time Building Inspector is  required for the Village of  Gibsons. Approximate time  would be 10-12 hours a week.  Applicants should have a  working knowledge of the  National Building Code and be  ab7e to adminster the requirements of the-. Zoning and relevant by-laws applicable to  building construction and regulations. The ability to initiate  . and keep building record's is  necessary. Applications should  be directed to the undersigned  and be in handwriting stating  age, marital status, experience  ahd salary required. D. John-,  ston. Clerk-Treasurer, Village  of Gibsons, P.O. Box 340, Gibsons,  B.C. 953-2  Peninsula Times    Page A-5  Wednesday,  Dec.  6,  1972  HELP WANTED (continued)  "SCHOOL District No. 46 (Sechelt) Kindergarten teacher  required, half time, for Gibsons Elementary School, apply  Riving full particulars to Mr.  R. R. Hanna, District Superintendent, Box 220, Gibsons, or  Telephone 886-2225 for interview. 498-2  VILLAGE of Gibsons Deputy  clerk-treasurer. Applications  are invited for the position of  Deputy Clerk-Treasurer for  the Village of Gibsons. The  preferred applicant will have  municipal administration experience and hold a-, British  Columbia Certificate in Municipal Administration. Salary is  open to negotiation. Applications should be directed to the  undersigned and be in the applicants own handwriting giving particulars and experience.  D. Johnston, Clerk-Treasurer,  Village of Gibsons, P.O. Box  340, Gibsons, B.C. 951-2  \  .7  \  It's time We got together. if0Urbankist��  reajly fulfil its role then it's up to rpy staff andme to supply,  each of our customer's oanking needs Jn a community like ours that covers  a wide variety of important setyvices. For instance it could be  very important to your plans to get a good return on money you have to  invest. We can help you work out a soupd investment \  : program because we have the 'Know-how' needed  when it comes to-investing money.  Let's .get together and discuss what  you want out of your money  and how we can.help make it happen.  \  ������'TA  Community Corner  YOU JUST CAN'T BEAT THIS  A LOVELY 3 BEDROOM CEDAR HOME IN MADEIRA PARK. THERE'S OVER 1300 SQ. FT. LIVING  SPACE, ONE AND ONE HALF BATHROOMS, NICE  LIVING/DINING AREA WITH EXPENSIVE W/W  GAS FURNACE, WIRED FOR WASHER AND DRYER.  IT'S RIGHT ACROSS STREET FROM EXCELLENT  MOORAGE AND LESS THAN 5 MIN. WALK TO  SHOPPING CENTRE. ONLY TWO YEARS OLD AND  A FINE BUY AT $21,500 ON EASY TERMS (LESS  FOR CASH 1 !)  JOCK HERMON  883-2745 (any time)  CHARLES ENGLISH LIMITED  Kids' -Community Party  Community HaJI  Community Hall Bingo  Every Thursday  Al Dribnenki,  ROYAL BANK  serving British Columbia  Madeira Park  Telephone: 883-2711  Introducing fimCOIIE.  For those 65 or over.  SJryfacMng ~  silence please  MINC0ME7  It means hliiigable to afford a cribbag^ board.  A hot water bottle.  A flashlight.  Freshfruit.  "Whole wheat bread.  Maybe a radio.  For many pf our senior citizens, itmeans the difference between hoping and haying,  MINCOME is short foryGuaranteed Minimum Income Assistance*.  It is important social legislation that has just been  passed by tlie Provincial GoveraiSntrwhich guarantees  all residents of B.C. aged 65 or older, an income of at least  $200.00 a month. >  Guaranteed.  This program will not be found anywhere else in  North America,. "  It is designed in British Columbra  lumbians.' ���   y    . ���      ���  Whowftlfecefvelt?  ' '      ''        i '  i i   ' >  A person living in British Columbia aged 65 or older,  eligible for the Federal Old Age Security and Guaranteed  Income Supplement, will also be eligible for MINCOME.  S4owmuchc��oyoure<eive?  ' , '' ' ' ' ' I  If yon are an eligible resident whose total income  is now less than $200.00 a n*onth, yoi\ will receive a MlN-  COME cheque to bring your income Up to fgOO.OO a; "otolith.  THE RIGHT to know and tho  right to publish what la  known aro hold to bo Inalle^  able In �� democracy. Yet-a  caao can be mndo ior those  extraordinary Instances ln  which (actual Information'  should bo withhold. Perhaps  . nothing,, ' demonstrates the  problem more vividly than tho  media's portrayal of skyjack*  Ins. almost always described  with infinite ��� detail.,  Unwittingly, Journalists are  helping to portray tho sky*  ^cker as a modern Robin ,���.   ������ >���     ���> �� -- "    ��� ��� ."  ood.��Dallas*psychl��Ulat��Oa--����---^  vid H��bbard^r^eDre^ your otheV income, For example, if you ore 65 years of  nge or older and receive $25,00 from a pension plan, you  will nlso be eligible to receive:  If yod are a married couple, both 65 years of age  or over, your combined income is considered, so that as a  couple, if you both qualify^ you would be iissured a monthly  income of $400.00. .   ,.       ^ . , .'.'..  Weemphosiie.  ������  I.        If you are living in British Columbia, 65 yeal^s of  age or over and are receiving the Federal Old Age Security  and the Federal Guaranteed Income Supplement, you  automatically qualify for the extra moiney; You needrtOr  fill out any forms or make any enquiries. >  BuUant to the U.S, Depart  ment   of Transportation, b?-  ljev*s that Journalistic mlhua*,  Ji lou.  tine about nkyiacklng serve tb  make . thf..endeavor exciting  for the emotionally disturbed.  influencing those so troubled  to emulate the crime,  Last spring, when a skyjacker forced an Eastern Airlines plane to circle over  Washington, D.C, radio and  television broadcast a minute-  by-mlnute account of the  crisis, Later, newspaper*  showed pirecisely where tha  skyjacker had parachuted  over Central America, and  ��� " "on wai tl  en a .potential air  I    **4n^��f-*.ftW(��^  my  Iiat,  thai  sudden realisation  had^.Ijabwn.1.,* ,po_....������,,_., .  pirate, tlie details would ahava  been extremely useful, One la  moved-jo-ask in such-altua--  tlonss; Does  this information  fall within the purview of tha  Subllc's "right to know.'" o�� '  oea it provide a signal fori.  Your Old Age Security u $ 82,88  Your Guaranteed Income Supplement        -I-   42.12  Plus other pension paymenta +_^25.00  wtal omiBR fiouncw $150.00  TUB WUTJOH COLUMBIA QOVBRNMBNT  OUAFANTKED MINIMUM INCOME AOTI8TANCR (MINCOME) 5Q.QQ  lOU* TOTAL GUARANTBBD INCOMR "$200.00  Tho MINCOME supplement may vary from, one  l>erBon to another depending on tho total amount of income from all other sources.  loea it provide  tho next hideous  'III  a  To apply for the Federal supplement, wnteto  Old Age SecurityRegional Office,    r  , 1230 Government Street, >       .  Victoria, B,C,    '    ���     ���       a a      ��� .1       , ��  '3.       If for any reason you change your address after  December 1st please notify MiNCOME at once.  The British Columbia Guaranteed Income Assistance (MINCOME) is unique in North America'- a plan  designed and developed especially for you -our over 65's,  Tho mailing address of th^e now plan will bo:  ,,,'mincome, '"  TflWiaWottt'Buildinls;  Victoria, B.C.  M>Mm#iim4mt*mim��mmt.  ;,<���.''   '\  .      >van��>  tureT Next time tha Journal-,  1TieGovernmesit��IBiirtsh  mmmmtmtitmwtm  ^^mmm^Mh<^mmmm4^m^  .(-.4  ,   . .    ,  ..!.,>.   , . \ -  7\  \\  '���ravf~a^  Communication  held top need  MORE   ABOUT...  ��� All-candidate ^meeting  y -Mhrant. page 1  candidates.   --���    ���  Prescesky also said that he heard  about the meeting, "too late to prepare  a speech.  He said he has three cl^ildren in  \ school and one has graduated from Pender Harbor Secondary. Since arriving  here, he said, he and his wife were  pleased to find such a : nice school. He  said that he realized there are problems  at 'Madeira" Park and Pender Harbor  schools but that he is not prepared to  "discuss  them at this time.  NOTHING HIDDEN  Prescesky said that as a businessman,  he is familiar with financial statements  and nothing in the statements can be  ' hidden from him.  Mrs. White said-that there is a lack  of communication between school board,  students and parents. She added that  she would look into situations before  criticizing. She said that she has put  three children  through school.  Mrs. Kingston said, "I don't think our  school is po&r in classrooms. There is a  lack of understanding. We should emphasize not just sports but make our  students" aware of the knowledge available."  She said that she has worked with the  PTA including being __ immediate past  president. She is also active in the Parents without Partners organization. She  has lived in the community all her life.  SECHELT CHIEFS soccer team, posing here before charging off to meet  Germania Saturday, is situated in.  the middle Of. the 12-team Lower  Mainland Soccer League. Pictured  here from left, back row are: Dennis Hollis, Herb August, Jim Gray,  Howie Joe, Alex Jackson, Calvin  Craigan. Front row from left: Ted  Joe, Val August, Frank Joe, Tony  Paul and Kirby Jackson. Incidently,  the Chiefs lost 2-0 to Germania.  ���ll  LORD JIMS  LODGE  Take your family out  for Lunch or Dinner  Heated Pool and Saunas  available at extra charge  WEDDING RECEPTIONS,  STAFF PARTIES, ETC.  For Reservations  Phone 885-2232  *   ATTENTION   *  ALL SUNSHINE COAST STUDENTS  ENTER GIBSONS SEA CAVALCADE  POSTER   CONTEST  Beginning January 3rd to February 28, 1973  PrizesIIIJ^ formof   Canada Savings Bond Awards  Direct all Inquiries to Your Principal or Teacher  KAY  WHITE  KAY White, candidate for school trustee  in the Dec. 9 election, would like  to see better communication between  parents, teachers and school board.  "It's rather frightening to see the  teachers and the school board attacking  each other in the paper every time you  pick it up. There has obviously been a  complete breakdown of communication."  To correct this she wants to see regular meetings involving school board,  teachers,  parents  and  students.  Mrs. White predicted that the $429,000  school referendum for gymnasium and  auto shop facilities at Elphinstone will  fail because "it is not balanced."  "People in Pender Harbor do not  know how badly Elphinstone needs a  gym and a shop and more playing field",  but they do know that our own elementary school playing field is half under  water, that the power mechanics course,  at our own high school is inadequate and  that repeated requests for remedial learn:  ing facilities in Madeira Park have been  put off, In Sechelt the people know there "  is severe overcrowding in some classes  ot the elementary school.  'These areas pay: their share of taxes  and they expect their sttare of help. They  will vote against the referendum because It doesn't xeflecti the needs of the  district fairly."  She said her greatest concern in seelt-  ing office is the future of Pender Har-'  bor Secondary School,  ���^^This���.year���gr.pde^^w.math��.i.nd^.an*��lw-*��.  English literature course are being token  by correspondence, One grade 12 student  Is taking two major, courses by cor-���,,. �����,,..  rcspondcnce, Several' other students  have moved to different arena tb get  programs they need. One teacher has  eight dlfff^cnt courses and one good  teacher has resigned, The school was accredited, now. It la not accredited,   ���  "When I say I am .concerned about  tho declining quality of the school, this  la the kind of thing I'm thinking of. If it  keeps up, .Jhq, schaol,wiU eventually bo  replaced by n larger' one more centrally  located In the district,"  Mrs, Whlto btomed much' of the  school's trouble on tho education policy  of the former Social Credit government,  which sho said, "worked against small  schools.'  "I nm sorry Mr, Thompson (A. JL,  Thompson, principal of Pender Harfcor  Secondary School) thought I was blam-  Inu It on him, At tho same time I do  *not"thlnk"iris*excusab|fl,"f0rWaffl*to*^  school facilities to interfere In a school  bourd olcctlon, whatever tho circumstances,"  Mrs, White has Hved In Pender Har��  bor i or * the *��� past s 18�� years �������� and hat * put  throe children through high school, Two  ��� wont on to attend tho "University of D.C.  nnd ono to��Simon Fraser University,  She was acttvo InPTA when children  " nttended*schoo^and*��he*fald����he la ac--���  live In tbo,,Pende��7 Harbor ^Ratepayers'  Association apd an active member ot tho  Now Pcmocrallo, Party,  The Peninsula Times      Wednesday, December 6, lN972  SUNSHINE COAST REGIONAL DISTRICT  Disposal of Old Automobiles  (Project Sam)  The Provincial Government crashing .machine is now in the area  and will operate until December 15, 19*72; Owners may deliver  automobiles, fridges, stoves, for crushing and disposal to any of  the following sites:.,.  Gibsons Area  Chaster Road Area  Roberts Creek  Sechelt  Halfmoon Bay  Pender Harbour Area  Basey*s Yord  Gibson's Garbage Dump  Solnik's  Sechelt Garbage Dump  Halfmoon Bay Dump  Garden Bay GaHbage Dump  There is no charge for the crushing and disposal service.  G. DIXON  Works Superintendent  Whole  POTATOES  U.S. No. 1 Gems  BACON  1-lb. pkg.  T0MAT0E  U.S. No. 1  Quart Baskets  ���mm1mifmmmmfimmi*ii^mxmmiyfMmmmimtmm  Ho opened up the north with baling wire, canvas and courage���  and maybe the thought of Old Style Beer waiting When he mado  It back home. Old Style has logged a lot; of mllea and quenched  a lot of thlrate alnce way^back-then; and Jt taetea JuBt aa good  today. Slow-brewed and naturally aged for |rn.en who appreciate  Jthe^down-to-earth.flavour.of an honeat, oid-tltine beer. .Tr/If.  iW'WWaS'fi* WI��;WW*>?*'��'4[j('A'#%* WHW ���*(���(���*  Qltf 5tt)lfc 8LOW-DREWED AND NATURALLY AGED.  FOR YOUR DINING AND DA.ICINQ PLEASURE  SATURDAY, DECEMBER 9th  POWELL'S TRIO  DINING LOUNGE 11 a.m.  CABARET SATURDAY���9 p,m.  to 8 p.nv  TO ^:30 a.m.  Sunoltlno - Coa&t  Hwy - Secholt  enuidiii  hiipna^cfkounm  MINCEMEAT  Nabob, 4*% ex.  SALAD DRESSING  32 ox, :������ ���...   Miracle Whip  CAT FOOD    PuM'n Boots    ;,      --,0%"r;  \_ ox, asst. ......... , I......'........' Jf for  CREAM CORN    Nabob ^   j  Uox,. .......... :.....^...:......_ I....���.4 foj.  STONED WHEAT THINS  10 oxi .J1.J..7JJJJJ.JJ..7J.7...J.7.J..J7.....J.... "  CRISCOjOIL_^.  38 ox, ;_.���,'���:������_* _,  BREACH" Fronch;,7yiald  ������^nptmmfmimmmmft'.  -9^nwm��mmp��mmmm9mi9mt.mmmt  ORANGE CRYSTALS  4���-3V* ox. pkgs ���,_������.  DETERGENT   tach Maid  s its;":.;. ���..���..: ,.���..������..;���.::..c. j.:  PAPER TOWELS    s��ott  twin roll asst, ,..:..,j :........,.  GREEN   BEANS    Dolmonto  m ox. ..���.��� .���.......:.....'..:  Tang  *���**"** ii^J(����*W|*at*'%^iWaaWi^J^��y��Briff(^  1.69  for  FRONTIER DINNER  ��� We reserve the right  Puritan  v f  �����  '   �������� ^  Strait talk  -V by Joan Proctor  FOR years I'd wanted an antique rocking  x       .chair  to- put by   the  fireside.   Then-  ���   quite by acc'deht I acquired and lost one  in the same day.  It all began when we went On one of  our aimless Sunday afternoon jaunts in  the country. No one zeally wanted to go  except the head of our house, and his  " sole feasc.i for hitting the asphalt on the  Sabbath was that he could no longer  \ abide the racket the kids were making in  the house. i  ,:.We chained our djjg to the front porch  with instructions to look mean if any  burglars appeared. Then, rather grudgingly the family piled into the car. The  kids were armed with comics and >car  . magazines which they seem {o find ever  mow fascinating than the sight of autumn  leaves or a seagull in flight.  After an hour or so of pastoral delights marred here and there by increasing hordes of motorcyclists and backseat  fighting, we decided to turn back to the  city. "  Battling fender on the freeways became a bit much so we retreated to an  alternate route via some quiet residential  areas.  . While we were' cruising through a  neighborhood so affluent some of the  dogs were wearing braces on their teeth,  I spotted a sign in someone's driveway  advertising a garage sale.  "Let's go and see what they're selling",  I said to my -husband 'who by now had  passed the place and was accelerating;  a trait peculiar to him whenever Ke  sees any kind of sale sign.  "Whatever it is they're selling, we  don't need it", he emphasized.  "Ah, please", I entreated. "I just want  to look."  "It Hid look kind of interesting, and  they always have all kinds of cool, stuff  at garage sales," said my daughter from  the rear seat. At the age of nine she is  already an inveterate collector of things;  a habit doubtless inherited from a relative  who saves everything including the twists  off bread bags.  "Well,  okay  then,  if it'll  make  you  girf?L..happy,"_;S^  member we're just taking a quick look."  As we approached the triple garage,  a middle-aged man emerged from amidst  the melange of finery. His bald head  matched his stomach which gaped from  beneath a shrunken T-shirt bearing a  university crest.  "We're just 'looking,') said 'iity~i__s?  band. Even as he was speaking I spotted  a lovely old rocking chair and knew we  were, no longer "just looking". It was  what I'd searched for all these years, and  the price was right.  After much begging and cajoling on  my part, a method frather perfected  through years of marriage to this man  who seems to feel the only household  necessities are a leather chair, reading  lamp and many books, I won my cause.  We paid the stubby little man and  proceeded to tie our four-legge'd acquisit-  . ion-to, the top of|squr;car^Thenftptilling  v~ S||^drivewft^^pt^fd Mien  It was nearly 5.30 when we finally       *  turned onto our street. We were all hungry and I was content to know the roast  dinner would be all. ready for eating as  soon as we got inside.  "Hey,  there's our neighbors," said  my son.  .   ';Oh jbrother, let's get, into the garage  fast before they delay us by asking about  ou. rocking <jhair'��� I said.  j Eager to, please, my husband stepped  on the the gas, We slid neatly into the  garage to the accompaniment of cracking,  splintering wood.  "Oh  no,"  we  said  in  unison.  "The  chbirt'V'Ahd^tfeire^'lnaeM^l^^M'^iMirr  or I should _&y, what had once been a  chair. It was no, longer, recognizable as  any ��� type of, seating accomodation; My  dreams of rocking by the fireside were  now lost in a pile of kindling.  "3EPHELT"'  JRoyal  Windsor    Dogwood  ^pattern; cake plates, cups sand saucers,-  <     nt    Mian   nta's     Ci.nl.__n  \  .1  \  \  Wednesday, December 6, J 972      The Peninsula Times  V  FOR RENT or LEASE. . .  r~f- ^���WABCO-600SD1  ROTARY SCREW   Portable Air Compressor  ���  WABCO SELF PROPELLED  Crawler Drilling Rig  FOR LOGGING ROADS or CONSTRUCTION WORK  Contact FRED DONLEY  Pender Harbour  883-2403    mmmmmmmmim '_j��_.  \  St. Pierre  SECHELT Teachers' Association supports  the referendum to raise funds to build  gymnasium and auto shop facilities at El- ���  phinstone   Secondary  School, said  Virginia Douglas, presidr  "The association, recognizing the necessity for' improved educational facilities  in this school district, offers its wholehearted support for the,upcoming .refer-,  endum,"said the president.  "Additional gymnasium jtaplli'tles are  long overdue for Elphinstone Secondary  School wherei of necessity, so many students a are schMw,^ te.PE^that there  '*"y TWO ACCIDENTS Wednesday on the \fe"w6i��t.':The vehicles went off the  ^ % first S-bend out of Gibsons highlight- %<��adf "^uftng the beginning of Safe  the need for care as driving condi-   driving week which ends tomorrow.  tions deteriorate towards their win- 7  Madeira PM Hbppkngs  *HH^~  by. Diana Iverson  WELL   we have started on the honor  roll at our school. 7  .,,,.���,: Starting .with Divisionuli$Sharon Mac-  Kay, academic; Russell Cameron, achievement. Division 2: Lhevinne' Talento, academic; , Marie Jensen, achievement. Division 3; Anne Crowther, academic,'' Bertha Sanford, Christine Stlglltz, achievement. Division' 4: Riccoh Talento, academic;    Danny    Fielding,'   achievement.  WE ARE SORRY FOR ANY  CONFUSION ... BUT  Canada Post Office   ^^_\____^t    Postes Canadiennes  B.C. and Yukon  Postal District  Marketing Services  Garibaldi Highlands ��� Enq  349 West Georgia Street  Vancouver 3, B.C.'  16th November 1972  President,  Coast Chilcotin Federal Liberal Association  Box70  Garibaldi Highlands, B.C.  Dear Sir or Madam  I have your letter of 1st November concerning delivery on 30th October,  at Sechelt, of campaign literature for the Liberal Candidate, Mr. Paul  St. Pierre.  The Postmaster Sechelt submitted a report to the Director^ B.C. and  Yukon Postal District on 30th October in this regard due to the number  of complaints he received from local  residents who were under the  erroneous impression that he had contravened the Elections Act. At  this point I must say that there is no provision under the Act or the  Pos* Office Act which precludes the postal delivery of election oriented  mail on Election-Day or ot any'other time.  ... ,..___.  From our enquiries we have determined that the items, which were  posted at Squamish on the 20th October were forwarded in error to  Garibaldi Highlands where they were received on 26th October and  subsequently remailed at the first opportunity. As I mentioned above,  ���they were delivered on the 30th October which, I might add, was the  first delivery date after" receipt at Sechelt.  We are indeed sorry that delivery was delayed due to an unfortunate  set of circumstances but must reiterate that the Postmaster, whose  actions are governed by Postal Laws and Regulations did not, in fact,  contravene the, Elections Act.  Yours sincerely  J.C.;WiiS0N  Manager, Customer Service  YOUR    COAST    CHILCOTIN    FEDERAL    LIBERAL  ASSOCIATION  Pat Good ������ President  WE SUPPORT THE DEVELOPMENT OF THE COAST CHILCOTIN  ��� THE PROTECTION OF ITS ECOLOGY  eta, .at,.tyiss Bee's, Sechelt.  Division 5; Wendy Lee^academlc; Rob-  ��_."i-_��*" ����~".��iJ'a?Si5S^S'11 ^^^'^^^^^.i'rfwi""^*^^ erta. Fillion, achievement, Division 6:  S��S^?^^5?JS��i.S_:*M^ Pogene Talento, academic;, Steven Pres-  stage.must be used for play area,     : ���      '%^yt achievement,  7   ; '  *��The<addUioneof��a;m^  indeed, be a,step forward in preparing    pnd House I leads with,48 points, House.  16 MORE SHOPPING DAYS  WE HAVE A GOOD SELECTION OF BOXED AND BULK CH USTMAS CARDS  GO/y\/y)ER(?|AL PRINTING  RUBBER STAMPS  i^a'THErTimS. '  those students who are not college-bound  to prepare themselves for meaningful  employment upon graduation,  "Tho STA urges the voters of this  school district to support the referendum  and give the students a break," she  said.' .   >  H, 30, H(ouse, HI, 21,and House IV,,17.  "'This'year'as in previous years, we are  starting up a, lOOa-mlle .'Club, Wo also  have something else planned.���-The school  is starting a Sports Hall of Fame,  .The classes are noyr getting ready for  Christmas Concert, \yhlch will start soon,  /J___ !_*!__����'  m_m.  yfc  HALINA X-220 CAMERA KIT  '    ,      i     �� ,   7  .     ��  Kit includes camera, 1 magicube, 1 roll of  126 color print film'7.:...2...'...7....7.71..7.,'KIT  ,>VlfbMMIfWVWMIfWWMWVIMM  tMMM��fW��W_MWWfWWyif^^  OFFICIAL N.H.L7 STANLEY CUP HOCKEY GAME  36"x21" table model Include! pro-stylo goals with indicator  lighti, automatic puck ejectors, official NHL  players, Each ...-���,.���a.....:..:.,...���,..'._..:  13.97  Mi*vmit4mim4mf**mmiwmiV4imimmm49mtm0mf9MmmmMMni9n**ii*t**mi99imi<m9miiiimmim  6 FT., SCOTCH PINE  ,, Looki real, |<ait> for yeanl "Complcto with  i ttond, Apprpx. 4" in dla- �� *�� ____  .. motor. 97. ^ranchas.    loch   A^?������  CHRISTMAS CARD ASSORTMENT  Package of 12 rolli of Chrlttmai paper I.  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IW>>��M��M>��HIM��W��MWIMWWWWWWWM��IW^  mmmJlWlJ J*m,^tm"4,fM'W9/'_<"m f'OV't*' {/f0J6UI'^ti��4��mJw'ttCCi't'O "!�����*��' f", On^t'mm^���^/M^^^/^^^^^^^^^-99mtillma.\^i\m4  h^M*afeW.^..|ti��a.s��.a,i,  1,1 II  ^wri4aHS��*wa  IMMMIMWm  Groat assortment of tree decorations  All Df Stodmans low low accessible prices  Playmate T��pe Recorder* r-?:Spoclal $19.95  'StfflHtW.   *'��*��*'}a|^S��liW*  aWW����l����MWIWWW����tWWIW������WIIWWWilWI^WI��WWWW��l^^  YOUR rj^hl(^W  ^..���7.7y^L^f,,.:.-:..v7,:;'/o;7.:  twt^mmmttm>ii4*^'m\ ���        V  \  \ ���      \  w  \  \  Anavets Corrier. ._z*z  \  The Peninsula Tm&    Wednesday, December 6, 1972  \  eeutor, who was still in shock from trying   up ah obscenity in plastidiierpainted. it  to give a breathalyzer tlsV to a driverless    with indelible, ink and shooting it from  ���Gibsons Army, Navy and    ���-���>��- 8^-(��;^ j^f��" 'a-dmit tharas   a 'child's bow and arrow set. indented-the  Air rorce unit ja/    the\No 3 Mobjie Bath Unit was a kilted    thing across Ms forehea<^. NeedlessHo say  regiment, the charge should be dropped    who did it, but it is the battle cry of the  Outages slow  production  HOWE Sound Pulp lost an estimated 200  "tons   oi  production   last   week   wh*en  two power outages brought their machinery to a standstill.  The first failure, from 1:30 -to 2:15  p.m. on Monday, left the entire Sunshine  Coast without electricity from Powell  River to Langdale.  And Tuesday, a second outage lasting  46 minutes blacked out the area west of  Roberts Creek, including Gibsons and  Port Mellon.  St. Mary's Hospital in Sechelt automatically switched to emergency power.  B.C. Hydro relief manager in Sechelt,  Jim Janiewick, blamed the first outage  on sub-station failure in Cheekye. The  second, he said, was caused by a failure  in Gibsons subs-station when power was  returned.  Although both outages lasted less than  an hour, production manager at Howe  Sound Pulp, Fred Saunders told The  Times that their complex pulp-manufacturing equipment required extensive preparation before it could be restarted,  Halting production for. two full shifts.  No Christmas dinner  set for Gibsons OAPO  GIBSONS Branch 38, Oid Age Pensioners  Organization will not hold a Christmas  dinner this year, said  L. D. MacLaren,  president.  "I. probably more than anyone, regret  that,   due  to  circumstances  beyond  our  control it has been impossible to make  arrangements for  our annual Christmas  dinner," MacLar.en said.  "However, plans are under way for  a bang-up party at a later date when  plans can be completed. Watch for further  announcements. Anyone requiring a refund at this time on tickets already purchased, please contact Mrs. Silverton,  secretary," he added. -*"-���-��  Self-inflicted wound  send man to hospital  ROBERT Louis Reid is reported in poor  condition at Vancouver General Hospital after being found in his Gibsons  home, early Saturday rooming with a  gunshot wound in the head.  He was flown from St. Mary's Hospital, Sechelt, to Vancouver for emergency  surgery.  Gibsons RCMP said the wound was  self-inflicted and they are investigating  the incident.  ������*����������� in������������������������������������������������������������������������������������  "       B.C.  IS A  BEAUTIFUL PLACE  Around Gibsons  Hugh R. Archer  Teacher seeks  council post  MATHEMATICS   teacher   Hugh   Robert  Archer will be, one of of four candidates   contesting   two   seats   on   Gibsons  village council Dec. 9.  Election day will be 'second time  around' for the 32-year-old past president  of Sechelt Teachers Association.  As: a relative newcomer to the area,  he ran unsuccessfully for council in 1969,  but feels confident he has become better  known since then.  If elected, beautification of the village would be one of his major concerns,  Archer told The Times.  "I would like to see a little more  beautification, especially around the waterfront," he said. "A paved esplanade  around the Bay area would be particulary  attractive."  Also, more attention should be paid  to park maintenance, he felt.  The aldermanic candidate cited as desirable the introduction of more light  industry to the lower Peninsula.  "This wouid bring more money into  the area, which could be used for recreation and local improvements," he said.  Archer has taught mathematics at  Elphinstone High School since coming to  the area six years ago. He and his wife,  Karen, have two children, Andrew, 4 and  Anthony, 2; and lives on Shoal Lookout  Road.  "I enjoy the peaceful life," he said,  listing boating as one of his favorite past-  times.   by Sylvia MacLean, 886-2121  NORMAN  Johnson  of Hopkins Landing  is now in Barcelona, Spain. He has  moored his boat in the Mediterranean  and is hoping to get home for Christmas.  ^Mrs. "Harold Stewart of Port Mellon  won the food hamper at the bazaar held  by the Ladies Auxiliary 109.  Danny Bothwell was home for a visit  with his parents Mr. and Mrs. Bothwell  of Granthams. Accompanying Danny, was  his agent, Mr. and Mrs. Darlas from  "Coeur D'Alene, Idaho. They were entertained by Mr. and Mrs. Harry Rieter,  Danny expects to be back on the turf  again this spring.  Mr. and Mrs. Ralph'Smith of Roberts  Creek celebrated their 25th wedding anniversary tqday.  A volunteer work party" is needed for  moving into the new Gibsons Legion.  Time 9:00 a.m. Dec.  9.  The Christmas food hamper displayed  at Don's Shoe Store is being raffled by  the Ladies Auxiliary 109. Some of the  items are perishable and will be added  when the raffle takes place at the Legion  Hall on Dec. 16, 10:00 p.m. Raffle tickets  are available at Super Valu, Don's Shoe  Store, Peninsula Times or the Legion  Club  Room.  Anyone travelling or. visiting you  these days? Please do not hesitate to call  me about your social news.  From the pulpit  ���by Pastor Gerry Foster,  Gibsons Pentecostal Church  GREETINGS!  . As the Christmas season is almost  upon us once again, I have been asked by  ���\he editor to produce a column that would  and procedures to follow in case of ac-  att\a3 a guide to aid people in treatment  c.dents which are much more numerous  at this time of year.  Accidents can* be placed in three* categories: (1) costly or (2) hilarious or (3)  costly and hilarious. These~categories can  again be subdivided into two parts. (1) A  for lack of evidence.  (3) Choking, or strangling. One rather  shameful but widely pVac'iced act at San��  ta time is for a family to eat nothing for  eight or nine days before . Christmas.  Thus, when invited out to Christmas  dinner, full justice cah be done to the  meal. This can be the cause of people  imbedding forks in their fcheeks or noses,  digesting napkins ahd even, as in one  case, a table centrepiece. The best action  to take upon someone-sljocking _i \o get  behind them and give thenflrireiiiendous  of a female chokee, only the flat hand is  smash between the shoulders! In the case  used, not the fist. I unfortunately aided  my dear old mother in thisv predicament  very tragic, embarasssing thing happened  to me. or (2) the funniest thing happened  to this idiot I know.  (1) Electrical accidents. Although 89  ��� _ per cent of all adults are lit up- to  some degree, this, has nothing to do with  electricity. The  only  precaution to take    and one of her eyeballs never has gone  in this case is to prevent the lit-up per-    completely back in place. Luckily, I was  son from breathing near an open flame  or fire. The farm-produce manager of a  3rd Mobile Bath tinit.  (S Other Accidents. Checking statistically I have found a high rate of births  occur in September every year. This cannot, because of obvious reasons, be classified under accidents nor^for that matter,  Christmas friendliness, but then if one  really thinks honestly and sincerely of  how nice and good a feeling one has for  oh! such a short time every year when  the very air is pregnant with heartfelt  kindness and goodwill, I wonder just  what old Santa Claus is really "thinking  when he gives out hisN wonderful ho! ho'  ho!  See you all at Anavets $1200 Bingo  December 16.  .  large local store tells me that the fantastic  ��misGoloring of produce, such as blue  oranges, grey grapes, red celery etc. isy  not an effort by the staff to entice buyers with unusual festive coloring displays.  It is simply from the alcoholic exhalations  of pickled purchasers whose snorkels  . have come too close to the produce.  As far as electrical shock is concerned,  the first thing to do, of course, is pull the  plug out of the wall. If this is not possible the altruistic thing to do is thoroughly wet a large rag, wrap it firmly around  your hand and place it on some exposed  skin area of the victim. (This depends  on what room in the house the accident  happened in). Though this does nothing  to alleviate your friend's pain, it certainly lets you .know how he is suffering  which is what Chjistianity is all about!  (2) Driving and drinking: I can speak  of this with vast experience as I have  been arrested whilst in control of cars,.  bicycles, a horse and in one unusual case,  after a heated, alcoholic argument with  a store display mannequin, I left" the  store in a huff and was charged of erratic  control of it. Also, I can tell you, when  stopped by the "boys in blue", do not  take violent action! I did, and it turned  out to be the postman wishing me a  "Merry Christmas. "The only correspondence I've had for the last two years is  quite weak because none of our relatives  had eaten for eight or nine daysTKolang���  to be invited out, but~ we weren't.  Strangling actually is a form of choking and can best be cured by stopping  the person w!ho is doing it.  (4) Injuries from presents. Many  games and toys now obtainable for the  little ones can,.in the hands of some  merry minded partygoer, be very dangerous. Last Christmas to liven things up  we took a game called Dandruff! Dandruff! (a can. of artificial dandruff is exploded in the room and whoever it lands  on has the horrible stuff knocked off  with feather brushes.) As everyone by  then was in good spirts, (cheap but good)  we decided to replace the feather brushes  with the mallets of a croquet set someone had received!!  Also the reason one well known citizen hereabouts wears a very low fitting  hat all the time is because someone made  ...about the new miracle drug that  has no side effects���that's the  miracle.  ^     Membei-s of the  v   ELVES CLUB  Deposit   your  Donations  for   Christmas   Hamper* \  at the  GIBSONS UNITED  CHURCH BASEMENT  Dec. 8 & 9, 2 to 9 p.m.  No limit to what you wish  to donate.  ELF LAPEL PINS $1.50  We are a non-religious, nonprofit organization.  *H  ~...7^      ���_,        /-._.". ���!.���._,__   -delivered by Ouija board.  CONTINUING  with a. Christmas  theme ^ Qn l^^.^ by the law> does  today we want to consider in one way  the tremendous significance of the virgin  birth of  Christ.  Christmas is a time of the year when  many things are with us that are not  during the rest of the year. Santa Claiis,  friends and relatives, egg nog, Christmas seals and mandarin oranges. These  items and many more are all part of the  Christms celebrtion.  But lost in the hoopla of preparations  and festivities is the fact.of, whose birth-  a hearty ho! ho! ho! do any good. Or  in my case, ho! hie! ho! The only way  \o make this ploy work is to put in an  entire year of daily trips past the RCMP  office hollering ho! ho! ho! to give credibility to your December ho! ho! hos! I  did this in 1970 but as you know. I had  already been sent to Essondale quite early  in the summer.  The handling of any type of water  craft whilst smashed is also a no-no. How  three of us  rowed a 12-foot  skiff from  o  ���������������  o  PRE-CHRISTMAS SALE CONTINUES  NOW IS THE TIME TO COME IN  AND CHOOSE YOUR CHRISTMAS  LAY-AWAYS AT  4eien 96 +j7-a6niond  Gibsons  886-9941  o  ���������������  o  ���������������  o  o  ...0_  o  o  ���������������  ���45-  day it it, anyway? Well to refresh our Molly's Cafe to the post office I'll never  memories the Bible prophesied hundreds know, although it was raining very hard,  of years before it happened that 'a virgin Although the chai\je against us was  shall conceive and bear a son, and shall 7 failing to yield to a vessel under sail, I  call His name Immanuel'. A supernatural ^believe the animosity was caused by us  event indicated by the name Immanuel | joyously shouting the battle cry of my old  which means 'God with us'. In the birth7^egiment (No. 3 Mobile Bath Unit). Ih  of Christ the'presence ofJ Godis to*beY.��aelic it is "Somalick tuch my loska  found. God has come to His people in a  (Hooch!" which as you know means "Take  DON'T MESS  IT UP  MISS BEE'S  CARD & GIFT SHOP  . , Wharf Road. Sochah-885-4066    7  P.O. BOX 213  Hallmarfc-Coutt*  cords  and . wrappings.  > Fin*7 faglidi  china eup�� and wueen.  Boutique item*, local artlsti painting*.  little child, that very child whom Isaiah  later names 'mighty God' God made a  personal appearance on earth. He had  appeared in various ways before this  time but now He was speaking to all of  mankind through a< Son.  Yes, God Is with us, in His Son Jesus'  Christ. On top of everything else this  Christmas is God with you? Have you  asked Him into your life? God has revealed Himself in Jesus v/ho said, 'I and  the Father are one',    .'..,...,,.  cover! Your fly is open!" 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I 'I'  r   Vf**.f   -ft** -Ml    .r*  I    I1  a Ml   I*  ���  'I  *m*mmmm*m  r  r>.  ���wy*  <+*?  " I    I,  mmwmiimmmniwwl**  T V      o  "a.  y  \  J*  it.  y  '   LEGEND  fit.    >-.,-<���  * a.-  ^5livg,3j|;ci.s..;K,J,,  i.A-^8*-  alTN  FRAN OVENS puts finishing touches  to large map showing various sites  in the recreational complex at Roberts Creek. The Davis Bay artist  was commissioned by the committee to prepare the sigh which will  be placed in a shelter near the entrance to the complex. The map  depicts trails, waterfalls, bridges and  picnic sites.  Indians involved in health  jms  Welch's  Chocolates  Stones and  Fine Gifts  a Specialty  ft  100% WATERPROOF  WATCHES BY ROLEX  ��� ENICAR WATCHES  INDIAN people are becoming more and  more involved in administering their  own health services provided by the  federal ��� government,' the Associated  Boards of .Health of British Columbia  were told at their annual meeting in  Vancouver.  Dr. G. C. Butler, regional director  of national health and welfare, commented: "Recently we have been getting  more and more involved with the Indian associations. I think the day has  gone when we. as doctors can do much  for the Indians without deep involvement  of the Indians themselves."  He suggested that public health has  gone about as far as it can go with protection of Indian people against communicable diseases. These were the  "easy" health problems, the ones treated  by drugs.  But, he pointed out, the Indian people have a high peri-natal death rate;  a comparatively large number die around  the time of birth. There is also a high  death rate from accidental causes. In the  age group from 1 to 40 years, .75 per  cent of all deaths among Indians are  due to accidental or violent causes, he  indicated.  Th�� Peninsula Times*1 Page 9  Wednesday, December 6, ^972  Game featured  at club least  SEGHELT Rod and Gun Qlub's 19th  ' annual banquet was again a feast of  B.C. game, mdose, venison and goat. The  banquet was Dec. 2. .  The gentle persuasion of Albert Lynn  assured the club of its usual game fare.  A week and a half before the dinner  there was only 40 pounds of the needed  200 available. The successful hunters  from the Peninsula were unfortunate this,  year, thus the shortage.  Roberts Creek Community hall was  once again full to capacity. President  Harry Bajchelor introduced the head table, Bob Janis, Theresa' Himmel, Pat and  Merle Mulligan, Mrs. Gladys Batchelor,  Al and Fiona West, Budd and Shirley"  Fearnley, Bill and Bea Rankin, Harold  and Cay Nelson. Entertainment committee chairman Bill Ellis was introduced.  G, A. West, regional supervisor for  Fish and Wildlife Branch, was the guest  speaker. He remarked on the efficiency  of local conservation officer, Pat Mulligan.  Mulligan stated that he hoped he had  a few friends left after the hunting season.  West brought regrets from Bert Wilson, conservation officer from Powell  River who often attends the Sechelt Rod  and Gun banquet but had to be on  hand for the last two days of hunting.  Harold Nelson fresented the club trophy to.this year's winner. A junior member, Carl Montgomery of West Sechelt,,  14, won the King fish award by catching  the biggest salmon, 21 lbs. 13 oz.  The spot dance was won by Wilf and  Ann Hansen of Halfmoon Bay.  Raffle winners were Mrs. Gladys Batchelor, a .22 rifle; Kirk oJhnson won an  eiderdown vest and Gerry MacDonald  a $10 gift certificate from Wigard's Shoe  Store. Door prize, one dozen of glasses,  was won by Wally Venechuck.  ,���,,,, Next. yeMjthae banqiietwiUJ^  ORDER  FAMILY RINGS NOW  SECHELT JEWELLERS  Sechelt, B.C.  COMMUNITY CLUB  IN HALL  MADEIRA PARK  Thurs., Dec 7  8 p��iri�� -  Jackpot $100 to go  ..,..   ��,a,l, m: !.'. Ii,��l��,.jl.l,!l*.'fa>l.l'ia.  GIBSONS ALDERMAN  UMtttlMia^^  I .tstj-af^w^^ -��i j*-** ��***M4*im*twm)m*\i  VOTERS..^,,, ���  �� , a ,..,,���,. ���n7,,,^7  I AM* PLEASED TO DE SEEKING THE POSITION OF ALDERMAN .  FOR GIBSONS. MY PLATFORM IS THREEFOLD: , -      .  ,  H j. BEAUTIFICATION OF THE WATERFRONT  2.,ADDITIONAL SIDEWALKS  ... _ 3; park* IMPROVEMENTS -������--  ���"���Mji��-��*i**Pt>=w*,) it-114,  I AM 32 YEARS OLD, MARRIED/AND I HAVE TWO PRE-SCHOOL  CK.LDREN. I AM A MATHEMATICS TEACHER AT ELPHINSTONE  SCHOOL,  YOUR SUPPORT WOULD BE APPRECIATED* ON DECEMBER ?th,"i  THANK YOU,  ,       SINCERELY,  H. R. ARCHER  i .      1 ���    1  Health hints  1, Can a baby tooth be kept too long?  Yes, sometimes pne falls, to shed,!at, the  normal time, It may prevent'a perman-  ,f ent'ibotr frbm*comi^  not removed, Qnly a dentist can make  this (fleqls'cm as J|ie.' tirpea,.,for ��� shedding  baby teeth vary with the individual.      ��  2, If a six<yeaf molar is lost is it replaced by a new tooth? ,No, a six-year  molar is a permanent tooth,  3, la there any toothpaste that will  help  prevent  cavities?  Some  fluprldG,  containing toothpastes have been proven  useful providing the teeth are cleaned !  thoroughly and frequently,  4, Do cavities over heal? No,  ;'7"5, ;Why��� do"gums;"bleed? The most  common cause is nn unclean mouth, with  plaque and tartar, under Iho, gums and,  around the tooth, There are other causes,  some, Of them quite serious that require  , your dentist to identify, 7*  8, ,Is a cavity evor too small to fill?  ' No,'n'ovor; the smaller tho hotter, .  hi'������>..','*7, Poop tho dental hoalth��of a prog* .  nant woman affect the condition of thq  baby's' tooth? Qctqd dental health is lm��  ...PQrtanUto^thQ^iT.othQr'fl^BcnorttUhcnlth;..,  hut her dental health has no direct bearing apijtli|0 future 1 dental health of, tho  "'child,1' '"" '"7 '   * '"' "' '''"  ,.' fl, Is water fluoridation an expensive  way to prevent tooth decay? No, Tho  average'cost of having ono cavity filled  would fluoridate ^watcr ln a community  'for an individual for'about 00 years I '  . 0, Is tho loss of tooth expected aa ono  __, qolst_oldci;?,No,, Neglect Js JI19. big factor,,  not ago,  ���   10, Should baby teeth bo< filled? Yes,  thoy should bo leapt healthy for ns long  na nature intended'���up to about, twolyo <  years of ago,   ,  ,     , a     I      I      I I 11 I ,    ,  When Illness or unemployment strikes,  n family'can't afford oven small Christmas gifts,. But tha iSnlvatlon Army can  poo to It that there nro, warm clothes  ^nnlJpyBjpOhMh>W|i'Pn���n��]i4^nJ��olWny���!  dinner,  WINNER OF THE Playhouse raffled  Friday by Sunshine Coast Kiwanis  Club is Mrs, Shirley Klatissbn> Gib-  spns, She is pictured here outside  the house with her eight-year-old  daughter, Christine, On the left of  picture is club secretary Bill Haley, t' .  who" made the draw^ * arid on" right,""  president Roy Taylor. The playhouse  was built originally as a float entry <  in this year's July 1 parade in Gibsons, Mrs, Klausson told The Times'  ���she had only one child, "But all the  neighbors have kids and I'll have no  problem finding a use for the house,"  which she intends siting in her back  yard.  V  REMEMBER US?  Patio Gardens Dining Lounge  HALFMOON BAY, B.C.  "The Highway is finally open arid paved"  \ ��� ��� ��� ' -  Come dine with us -we're  open to 8 p.m. - Closed Mondays  nmm__nmmmm__m__nm\_i_w_fusmm_mmmmn^^  _   Chinese and Canadian Cuisine  mmmmmm��vt__n__nmmmm��^_^mmmmmmm__mtmmmi^^  RESERVATIONS PLEASE - 885-9927  ADULT EDUCATION  SCHOOL DIDSTRICT No. 46  Defensive Driving Course - Sat., Dec.9  AT SECHELT ELEMENTARY���OPEN AREA    v  9:30 a.m. -5:30 p.m. ��� Fee $20.00  -    . ' ' H. ���     -a.,  WANTED: an instructor to teach the Defensive Driving Course who  is willing to take the two day training program. All expenses will be  paid. Phone 886-2225.  Courses being considered for January., 1973:  ��� Photography  ���   Flower Arrangements   O   Oriental  Cooking  O Cake Decorating  �� Crocheting  �� Other (specify)  SUGGESTIONS of people able to instruct courses are greatly welcomed.  To   Register_jfojrthe   1973[program   phone^__  886-2225   or   885-9462  DEADLINE for registering is 3:00 p.m., Friday, December 15th, 1972.  Dec,  16���8 p.m., Anavets Giant $1200 Bingo. Roberts Creek Community  ���''"*""' Hall. "*��� ' ���"'"'"''' '"'���'��� ""-'���" "���'��� ' ���'��� -"'"  17���1:00 p.m., Legion Children's Christmas Party, Sechelt Legion  ,..,,,���,,,, Ha|lf previous enrollment necessary.  ASK FOR OUR FREE CATALOGUE OF REAL ESTATE  [Multiple  Lbtlng Service  Vancouver Real Estate  Board  REAL ESTATE  INSURANCES  AGENCIES LTD.  Phono 885-2235 Box 128, Sechelt, B.C.  Or call Toll  Free  from the Greater Vancouver Area  ,       7    , ZEnlth-2021,   ��� ,  ,,  Use 'Times' Adbriefs to Sell Rent Buy. Swap, etc.  SECHELT AGENCIES DATE PAD  e This free reminder of coming events is a service of SECHELT AGENCIES  LTD. Phone Peninsula Times direct for free listings, specifying "Date  Pad". Please note that space is limited and. some advance dates may  have to wait their turn; also that this Is a "reminder" listings only and  cannot always carry full details.  9 ���10:30 a.m., Bake Sale, P.N.G. Club of Sunshine Coast,  Rebekah Lodge, old Auto Parts Store.  12-^8;aOO p.m. Wilson Creek Community Assoc. Meetihg, Wilson  Creek Hall.  13���12 noon, Pender Harbour Aux. to St. Mary's Hospital Luncheon  15���10:00 a.m. to 1:30 p.m., Wilson Creek Community Assoc,  Coffee Party.  16���8 p.m., Square Dancing, Wilson Creek Hall, Everyone welcome  _ 7vitvlu,  "A" man WI197 enjoys" responsibility; 7  usually go^s'It. A,, man who merely likes  exorcising authority usually loses it.  i '   i.  H.....a.l'v^|.,..i.,.i.t.t.a..a.lilt.,,M>a".,  Gibsons Aldermarik Candidate  VOTE FOR   7    '"'  '  ''   '     ' \  i   ' ii i  LHOEHNL  Kuirff Hi  jf-k  Your Tax Dollar Conscious Cwidldate  rWHY?"-r������~.���  I have" been a Gibson resident, family ma^qnd tax payot for 20 years.  I have scon many Improvements during this tfrpe, but at all times I picture  Gibsons as icr pleasant coastal community village for all citizens to enjoy  at, tax cost all can afford, , .      ,   ,          I wish tp represent,tho average prlvato citizen who has to live on a  fixed Incomo and cannot afford to pay, Increased taxes for proposed business  developments In oMr harbour.  ������'Thlrtyyedrs-ln-accountlnghave-faught-me to-carefully-lnvestlgate-all-  business proposals put forth/1 am not connected with any bgslnoss Interests  and.therefore J will taKo the ordinary citizen's point of view, and. ...  IF ELECTED I INTEND TO ENSURE THAT HIS VOICE IS  ADEQUATELY^HEARD.__^^  Veto-for-me and lotm����ropi��sant you-ontho Gibsons Council.-  ^WMrtrtf^h!*M*i��ii*Mwf��t*��W* \  \  ���^  \  ^s  V  V  V  \  \  V.  Sechelt News Notes  REGULAR meeting of the Scehcit Aux-  \       iliary to St. Mary's Hospital was held  \Dec. 1 a. St. Hilda"s Church Hall. Starting at 11 ,a,rn. it was followed by lunch  and the annual meeting.  Mrs.^Faye Lewis, president, introduced  three new members, Mrs. Olga Johnson,  Mrs. _?velyn Ashton, Mrs. Ann Morse,  then called on Mrs. Ina_ Grafe to say  the auxiliary's prayer.  Mis. Margaret Humm, smorgasbord  convener, gave a good report on the success of this year's event, up $230 from  1971. Mrs. Humm and her co-convener,  Mrs. Dorothy Carter, thanked the members for their co-operation.  Bridge chairman, Mrs. Maxine McNeil, reported all well with the games.  The donation jar from the liquor store  held S4.36. -  Volunteer chairman, Chris Ward, was  pleased to tell of the profits being made  from the gift counter at the .hospital.  Two more volunteers are needed for  hairdressing, ahd for other services to  replace absent members.  There will be. a meeting for all  volunteers from the six Auxiliaries at  St. Hilda's Church Hall Friday, Jan. 19  at 11 a.m  Mrs. Eileen Smith asked for donations to the memorial fund in lieu of  Christmas cards be turned in by Dec.  15. Donations may be left in ah envelope with Ivan Smith at the B.C. Hydro  office in Sechelt. Regular meeting adjourned.  The minutes from ��� the 1971 annual  meeting were then read followed by reports from standing committees. Mrs.  Maxine   McNeil's   bridge  tournament   12  _       ���by^ Peggy Connor  teams play twice each month with a  charge of 50 cents each.  Chris Ward gave Mrs. Eileen Bystedt's  bursary report. Membership has risen  from 106 ih 1971 to 125 in 1972 said Mrs.  Billie Steele,  chairman. r ..._... ...-  ���  The phoning committee under Mrs.  Kay Mittelsteadt did a good job with  the many  members  on _the._list.    Refreshment  committee    under    Mrs.  Refreshment committee head Mrs.  Margaret Hurhm, reported she had lots  of co-operation and said she hopes the  lady who does it next year will have  the same help as she had.  Mrs. Rosa Swan's thrift shop reported  amazing sums realized from this venture.  Chris Ward reported Sechelt had nine  volunteers giving service in the extended  care. Four regular and two part time  in hairdressing, one , librarian, one regular and assisting in the valet service  and 15 who work in the gift shop.  Three parties hosted by the Sechelt  Auxiliary were held in the extended care  lounge.  The gift shop not only has made over  $1,000 it has repaid the $500 advanced  by the co-ordinating council.  Memorial fund has $750.89 in its coffers with Mrs. Eileen Smith in charge.  Mrs. Mary Redman, Sunshine convener,  sent out  23  cards for the year.  President Faye Lewis' report included  the following, standing committee: executive vice president, Mrs. Ina. Grafe,  secretary,. Mrs. Ada Dawe, treasurer, Mrs.  Mable McDermid, publicity Mrs. Peggy  Connor.  Co-ordinating   council  representatives  are % Lewis and Mrs. Ina Grafe, altfcr-  ati .)trs. tyarge Morgan; gift shop  Ch..., Ward and Mildred Whittaker;  thrift shop,. Mrs. Rosa Swan, Mrs,. Eileen  Bystedt, Mrs. Leola Hill. ' ^\ , ,,"  s Volunteer director appointed by council is Mrs\ Peggy Connor and assistant,  Mrs. Faye Lewis. Board > member appointed by council is Mrs, ftlarge Morgdq.  Once again it is my pleasure 16"re-  port to you on another successful yearx,  it has been a most exciting and challenging one with the opening of the top  floor as an extended care unit in January. -���������       ^  "Our 1972 membership is 66 active, 53  associate, six juniors for a total \of 125.  We lost a few but figures show our auxiliary continues to grow.  We were pleased to add the junior  members this year .who proved to be  a great asset during the summer months,  with one junior still helping on Saturday  mornings. _ >  We held 10 regular meetings with an,  average, attendance of 35 members.  Sechelt auxiliary funds were raised  from the following sources: annual luncheon, annual smorgasbord, donation jar,  liquor store, membership dues, memorial  fund (for pectiatrics and extended care)  merry-go-rfound bridge, rental of coffee  urn, tea money, telephone bridge . and  crib nights.  Co-ordinating council funds are also  raised by Sechelt gift and thrift shop  volunteers.  Our members were also active, in. following inservice activities, flower arrangements, baby photos, hairdressing,  patient magazine and book service, pediatrics and pre-school service, Christmas  tray favors. In the gift shop serving  both public and patients there were  handOmitted  articles.  In the extended care unit: daily morning  program,  hairdressing,  barber  and  Page 10  v-=   The Peninsula times        Wednesday,  December d; 1&72  manicure service^ valet service, patient's  afternoon and evening parties. The following highlights occurred.  DistributionolMptroductory booklets  for prospective nieiribers prepared by  Mrs, Rosa Swain and her committee of  Mrs. Ada^ Dawe and Mrs. Peggy Connor. THelephone bridge party convened  by Mrs. Dorothy McCalluin,; highly delicious English Baron of beef luncheon,  convened by Mrs. Eve Moscrip and Mrs.  Lee Redman; a gay bridge party to start  our merryigo-round bridge season, convened by Mrs, Maxine McNeil; lastly, our  sensational international smorgasbord  convenor, Mrs. Margaret Humm and Mrs.  Dorothy Carter.  I am sure all auxiliary members are  tary proud of the pleasant and profitable  year we have shared. I feel wevhave continued in our aim to provide comfort and  welfare to the patients of our hospital  especially in the spirit Awith what each  undoubtedly approached���ehthusiasm and  eagerness. It has been a great personal  privilege to me to have the honor of  representing such a wonderful group. I  sincerely thank my executive officers,  committee chairman, conveners and all  members who have given so freely of  their time and effort to make 1972 such  a grand year.  Nominating    chairman,  Mrs.    Peggy  , Connor, presented the slate of members  approached by the committee of Mrs.  Lewis, Mrs. Dawe and Mrs. Mable Mc-  \ Dermid.   \ ���     _    _   Elected were: President, Ina Grafe;  vice president, Chris Ward; secretary,  Betty Monk; treasurer, Billie Steele; publicity  Ermin Robertson.  The impressive candlelight installation of officers was performed by the  executive assistant of St. Mary's Hospital Mrs. H. Gray who likened the  members to a candle lighting up the  hospital corridors with their presence.  Mrs. Gray spoke with a feeling of Auxiliary work. It was obvious she spoke  from her heart. Mrs. Gray herself is  .the heart  of our  hospital.  Mrs. Bragg, the new administrator tb  St. Mary's Hospital was also ar\ honored  guest.  7  KWAHTAHMOSS  IILM SOCIETY  THIS  WEDNESDAY,  DEC. 6  BLACK ORPHEUS  Orpheus Myth set in Rio during  colorful 'Carnivol tim  WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 13  Brendan Vehan directing his  THE QUARE FELLOW  with Patrick McGoohan  TWILIGHT THEATRE  GIBSONS  8 p.m.  sharp  (non-members may attend)  ^jriowerd bu   Wire  in Time for Christmas  NOTICE  Pender Harbour - Egmont Area  For Insurance of all kinds  Phone your Resident Agent  JOHN BREEN LTD.  883-2794 (24 hours)  Place Your Overseas  Orders Early . . ���  ^STnn-cJLi  f  nn  FLOWERS and GIFTS  Sechelt ���885-9455  J%��_a)3ira9l3t3l9l3)9t^9}9).h^��*^  * Put your message into mora  than 2,500 homes (10,000)  readers in these economical  spots. Your ad is always there  for quick reference  anytime!  ��� ��� ��� ��� ���  Sunshine Coast Business Directory  *. Here's an economical way te  reach 2,500 homes (10,000  readers) every. week. Your oi  waits patiently for ready refer-  .. anytime!  ence  ACCOUNTANTS  W. Philip Gordon  CHARTERED ACCOUNTANT  Tel:  Bus.  886-2714,  Res. 886-7567  Harris Block, Gibsons, B.C.  ART SUPPLIES  DALLIS STUDIOS  COMPLETE ARTIST'S SUPPLIES  CUSTOM MADE LAMPS  Classes in Resin Daily, Tues through Saturday  Candles, Macrame, Beads, Arts and Crafts  ���Cowrie Street ��� Seehelt ��� 885-9817  ���-������mi   .i.iii ���   ���     ���!���  ��� �����    , -mi   ��� ���'   .mmttmm^^m^Lm,  Telephone 186-2069  ROSE & ART ENTERPRISES  Pottery, Supplies, classes & firing  deoler for Duncan's Ceramic products  Pine Rd. * GrandviWAYi.  P.O. Box 62, Gibsons, B.C.  MJTO SERVICES  SECHELT HOME SERVICE  Atlas Parts and Tir<es  Phone 885-2812  BUILDERS (Cont.)  BANKS  ROYAL BANK OF CANADA  Sechelt Branch Phone 885-2201  Gibsons Branch ��� Phone 886-2201  Pender Branch ��� Phone 883-2711  Box 153, Madeira Park  HOURS:  Sechelt: Tues-Thurs, 10 a.m. - 3 p.m.  Frl. 10 a.m.-6 p.m. Sat. 10 a.m.-3 p.m.  Gibsons & Pender:    Mon.-Thurs.  10  a.m. - 3 p.m.; Fri. 'n J.m. ��. 6 p.m.  BLASTING  CONTROLLED BLASTING  ALL WORK INSURED  FREE ESTIMATE  FRED DONLEY  Pender Harbour -883-2403  TED'S BUSTING  ,,.   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TWIN CREEK BUILDING SUPPLIES  DIAL  Gibsons 886-2291 - Sechelt 885-2288  WHEN YOU NEED BUILDING SUPPLIES  GIVE US A CALL  FREE ESTIMATES  CABINET MAKERS  OCEANSIDE FURNITURE &  CABINET SHOP  HARDWOOD SPECIALISTS  FINE CUSTOM FURNITURE  KITCHEN AND BATHROOM CABINETS  Our Cabinet Units An) .Ml Prefinish>ed Before  Installation  R. BIRKIN ��� Beach Ave., Roberts Creek, B.C.  Phono 886-2351     ,  CONTRACTORS  Phone 865-2304 L, C, Emerson  If No Amwar Uavo. M��iW0�� at,      ,  885-9320  R.R. 1, Sechelt B.C.  COAST BACKHOE & TRUCKING   s ^ ' LTD.  Fill, Cement-Gravel, Drain Rock, etc  Box 89, Madeira Pat*  Phone 883-2274  ���^���"""tOAST'DRYWAtr"'*"'^"'"  Drywall and Textured ceilings  Free Estimate  Phone 886-7643  L & H SWANSON LTD.  READY-MIX CONCRETE  Sand ond Grovel - Bdckhooj'  .   .Ditching - Excavation*  PORPOISE PAY ROAD  (ntow Hall-Sheet Metal Bulldlna),  885-9666, Box 172, Sechelt; B.C.  PHONE 885-9550  RON'S CONTRACTING  Clearing ��� Excavations . Road Building  Grading. Fill -floodGravel *Crushod Rock  Phonor Sechelt 885-9550  CONTRACTORS (Cont.)  101 CONTRACTING CO. LTD.  General Building Contractors  ��� allwork guaranteed ���  Phone 885-2622  Box 73, Sechelt, B.C.  PEN ENTERPRISES  Suppliers and applicators of  Cascare Pre-Cast Stone and Brick  Phone for free estimate  Bob or Dick 884-5315  DISPOSAL SERVICES  SUNSHINE COAST DISPOSAL  SERVICES LTD.  PORT MELLON to OLE'S COVE  Tel: 886-2938 or 885-9973  Call Us For Your Disposal Needs.  When Renovating Or Spring Cleaning.  Containers Available.  ELECTRICIANS  D. W. LAMONT  ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR  R,R; No.  1, Madeira Park'  Phone 883-2749  1 Pender Horbour      McCANN ELECTRIC  ��� WIRING OF;ALLOTYPES -  Residential ��� Industrial - Commercial  All work guaranteed�� Free estimates  '   Joe McCann, Box 157; Madeira Park '  Phone 883-9913  Residential - Commercial - Industrial  Gov't Certified Electricians  Phone Day or Eve, 885-2062  SUNCOAST CONTRACTING  ������- General Contractor -���      .  Residential Wflrlng and Plumbing  883-2426, Box 55, Madeira Park  'FUEL  '"      ���'.  " ' "* "���*-"���'' '  e;  R a. S DACKHOE  iRNIE WIDMAN  for all your  ,SSO PRODUCTS  IMPERIAL ESSQ PEALER  Phone 883-2663  Madeira Park, B.C.  ���-���  ���-- ������ ��� I  ���-������niiitiiiiniiiiibninl ilin iifi-hnirn-n iil.iiiiiiniar__ii_nin  RR No. 1, Madeira fark, fi.C,  W. Rousseau ��� Phone 883-2302  "Wo aim to please"  ���  BUILDERS  FURNACES  CONCRETE FORM RENTALS  "���- FOR"ALU TYPES OF BASEMENTS-���-��  , EASY ERECTION AND STRIPPING      ;  Complet* Imtftictloni Provided  USHER FORM RENTALS  086-9951  __ , ,^-i-J���  SKANNOR DEVELOPMENTS LTD,  RESIDENTIAL OR COMMERCIAL  CONSTRUCTION  "Lotfe Is a  Jme by Skannorl"  Box 868, Sochelt, - 885-2692,  ���*��f  '   Use these spaces: to     '  Tea^friieQrtrio;O0OiJ��Bpir  fvflryiwexpK!  Land Clearing - Road Blading  Trea Topping �� Selective Logging  i   "   'l ''" " "  7 i Telephone ,883-2417  R.R, 1, Madeira Park, B.C.  P.Y. Services Ltd.  LOG HAULING CONTRACTOR  ���"���"'"DlrocTSINnqvilrle* to: ���    ,  Dispatcher at B(I3>?030^>xm, 886.7)79  ������TOO��lceHour��ai30o,m.to^i^0p,m.���7,-7  MORRIE'S CONCRET*  Placing and FlnlshlngV  Floors - Patios - Stairs  -���Walks^DrlVeWQy*"" -*  ItH IIHino��iT**^PKwi�� 985-9411'  PARKINSON'S HEATING LTD.  . OIMONS  ESSO OIL FURNACES  No dowtVpayment��Bank Inttrwt  T*n y*ar�� to poy ,   ,     ,     ,  , ror free wtlnwite*���C��M SIMISt c*U��ct ���  Complete line of opptlanw*             I   ���       *    'I , J.'  HAIRDRESSERS  HEATING & SHEET METAL  HALL SHEET METAL & HEATING  Domestic>C6mmercidf  Telephone 885-9606  Box 164, Sechelt, B.C.  OIL FIRED WARM AIR HEATING  OIL FIRED WATER HEATERS  Nothing Down ��� 10 Years To Pay  Light Plumbing  Roy Blanche ��� 883-2401  IRONWORKS  PENINSULA ORNAMENTAL  IRON WORKS  WROUGHT IRON RAILINGS  AND MISCELLANEOUS ORNAMENTAL  '       IRON WORK  Phone 886-7029 - 886-7056 - 886-7220  FREE ESTIMATES  JANITOR SERVICE "~  Welcome to The Floorshine Coast  HOWE SOUND  JANITOR SERYICE  Specialists in Cleaning - Floor Waxing  Spray Buffing - Window Cleaning  RUG SHAMPOOING  Phone 886-7131 - Gibsons, B.C.  JOHNSON'S  BUILDING MAINTENANCD  Specializing In;  Poaper Hanging, Interior & Exterior decorating;  Rug Cleaning, All types of Building  Maintenance. Floor Installation.  Window Cleaning,  fHONI ���83-��71S AFTER 4 P.M."   Box 642 -Sech.lt, B.C.  MACHINE SHOP  At rte Sign of tha Cheyran  HILL'S MACHINE SHOP  & MARINE SERVICE LTD.  Machine Shpp ��� Arc and Acty Weldlrig  Steel Fabricating ��� Marine Way*  Automotive antj Marine Repairs  Standard Marine Station  Phen* S84-77J1 .  7����. SSft-f956, ���S6.9M0  SECHELT MACHINE SHOP  (At Standard Motors)  Machinery aV Equipment Repairs  First Class Workmanship  Bob Forrester  Phone W85-9464  MARINE SERVICES  CLAYTON WELDING & MARINE  MrMarlnQ^Vyoys.to*42'~  Bottom Repairs  ���������'-���- 883-2535  '  Box 7 ��^9a��len Bay, B.C.  MOVING and STORAGE"""  , LIN WlUY'S TRANSFER  ..��..-.,.Hou��bQld,,Movlngf Packing,.Storogsw!���.  Packing Materials For Salt  Member of Allied Van Line*,   ,  Conodq's No,. I Movers  Phont 806-2664, RR 1, Gibsons, B.C.  OPTOMETRIST  FRANK E. DECKER, OPTOMETRIST  Bal Block-Gibsons  Every Wednesday  886-2248  9.  PAINTING & DECORATING  CALVIN'S PAINTING &  DECORATING  P.O. Box 94, Sechelt, B.C.  Phone 885-2107  PLUMBING AND HEATING  PLUMBING, HEATING & HOT  WATER HEATING  All Makes - All Work Guaranteed  COASTLINE SERVICES  Phone 885-2021  Box 798 Sechelt, B.C.  SEASIDE PLUMBING  Gibsons  Plumbing - Pipefittlnfl,- Stepirifittlng  Hot Wator Heating - Pipe Lagging  FREE ESTIMATES  Phone 886-7017 or 886-2848    Repairs.-Alterations - New Installations'   .*  LAURIE'S PLUMBING &  HEATING  LTD.  Govt. Certified Plumbw   ���   24 Hour Sorvlco  Phone 885-9014  P.O. BOX 825 ��� SECHELT, B>c7 *  PENINSULA PLUMBIKG LTD.  Sales and Service-���886-9333  ,.���.*:������ Everything for ths Do-lt-Yo^irselfor **"****"a  Contract & Renovations  ,,,,ft,TJ,.,.,u.,,l,.���,|l!RffiJ"OTlM^TB,  Un Coates 886-7683  Ray Coates 886-9533,- 886-7872  ROOFING AND FLOORINJS  CALL STAN HILSTAD  '" ---���-��������� ^obouf'''yduf"*'"''''""':^""���''  ROOFING AND FLOORING NEEDS  Phone 886-2923  Gower Point Road  SEWING MACHINES  BERNINA  Sales and Service To All Makes  RENTALS  Fabric House, Gibsons - Ph. 886-7525  SURVEYORS  i^ii^mHHNMiaWaHMM���^_HnHHIMM^HMI^^.M��I^^MM��M^��  ROBERT W. ALLEN  B.C. LAND SURVEYOR  Sechelt Lumber Building   '  Wharf St., Box 607  Sechelt, B.C.  Office 885-2625 Home 885-9581  ROY & WAGENAAR  B.C. Land Surveyors  Marine Building - Porpoise Bay  Sechelt, B.C  885-2332 or ZEnith 6430  TIRES  COASTAL TIRES  Sunshine Coatt Highway  . Be.MJ, Gibson*, B.C. - Phene 614-1700  SALES AND SERVICE \  All Brands Avallabla  Monday to Saturday 8:30 a.m, to 5:30 pjn,  7 Friday evening by appointment only,  RENTALS  ^��iMn  , A. C. Rentals  Tools qpd Equlppment  Sunshine Coast Highway and  V. Francis Ponlnsulg Rood  Madeira Park  Phono 883-2585  "RENT IT AT"  THE RENTAL SHOP  at Parle Bay    '  "Wa Rflnt or Sell Almost Everylhlno"  Typewriter*. Lighting Plant* - Te~OYlt|onq  Roto Tlllor* - Cement Mixer* - Uwn <Rake*  ..:. . M^hanlcXTool*^^..^^^,  PHONE 085-2848 ��� 24 HOUR SERVICE  AFTER HOtfRS 885-3151  ufa^t tvif ������"�� w_th_tKM4  W^^*^^l,]^.fe*i^v_^^M^*a��(aj���S^ai/ f* *��(_** iixtt. UnvUit ���&"*>. -.^ #*J\$.^tf*il.   ��**�����  (i^ntatW-rtw  TOWING  jSttoyri -��� Logs  SECHELT TOWING & SALVAGE  LTD. 77  Heavy Equipment Maying * Ijoq Towing  L HIGGS ,  Phone 885-?425  TREE TOPPING  SUNSHINE TREE SERVICES LTD.  . Fully InsMred  DANGER TREES TOPPED  SELECTIVE CLEARING1  Greater Vancouver'  291-0730  ' Sechelt Peninsula  . 003-9711  ANN'S COIFFURES  in the Bal Block  Ne*t to Ihe Co-op Stor* * '  ���Gibsons-"*^-~*^^  ��� -         '   ��� '"     ii 11.      i H u  SECHELT DEAUTY SALON  Dianne Allen, Proprietor  ���Cowrlo��� to.,,,*^*^^,*^^  Sochd^B,C i fl85'2ii8  NURSERY  MACK'S NURSERY - Roberts Creek  Undicoplno - ShmN ��� Fruit Ti��e�� - FertHlitr  B��rry Plant* - Padding Plant* ��� Peat Mnes  Fully Uc��nH Pwtlclds Sproytnd few   Undsooplng <ond Tnmi  Sunshine Coast Hwy.-Ph. 886-2684  RETAIL STORES  "YOUR-AO-1N"THIS^OmHCTORY"  H"i��s-t(t_ti*r<H��Wa!, ithitiwtBWa^BWfSSWtS^aj^  REACHES 4500 HOMES  C * S HARDWARE  SECHaf, B.C.  APPLIANCES - HARDWARE  -"**-"*' HOME* FURNISHINGS '-  Phone 085-9713  I ' ' I   I I ll I  Pender Harbour -883-2513  HARBOUR SUPPLIES  Electrical .  Plumbing - Appliances  TVi - Furniture and Carpets  f .0, Jo* j50 Madeira fark, HrryJ01.  at Frqncls Peninsula   , -_ r  Vogr BuslneM Card      ,  In thli space vylil  recch nearly 10,000 people!  alow <cost ��� High ftowtr  TWrnntTRAPIO"  PARKERS HARDWARE LTD.  Sale* and Sorvlco '  Authorised Doolor and Repair Depot for '  QUASAR (Moiorolo) & PHILCO  Cowrie  Street, Sechelt ��� Phone  8034171  ^SUNSHINE COAST T.V. SAUS -  & SERVICE LTD.    Vy  ADMIRAL   ��   ELGaROHOMB  ond   ZENITH    DEALERS  ' ��� I    I  Gordon Oliver   -   Ed Nicholson  In Tho Heart Of Downtown Sechelt  Box 799, Sechelt 885-9016  CLOSED ON MONDAYS,  UPHOLSTERY  BELAIR CUSTpM UPHOLSTERY  AND DRAPERIES  5��rvl<* - 5��mple* *hown In *��>��� ton*  Phono 886-2050  ��� >" i"' ������  , ,>.  ,  " ~,t \  \  \  ���\  \,  ELPHINSTONE HIGH School might  well be proud of its senior boys'  basketball team. They have carried  off virtually every award possible  in this year's inter-school circuit. Recent additions to their collection  were won at,' Sardis last weekend.  Brad Norris (left) holds a coveted  all star trophy, captain Bill Sneddon  (centre) displays the Sardis Senior  Boys Basketball Tournament Trophy,  and Wayne Smith holds Most Valuable Player award and an all star  trophy. The team also won first place  at their own Cougar invitational  tournament last weekend. See Joan  Blomgren's report.  enuigsarouii  d  te  ELPHINSTONE senior boys took the  basketball championship honors Saturday night as the Cougars hosted the  second annual Cougar invitational  tournament  for junior and senior  boys.  Senior Cougars next game is today  when the boys travel to Queen Elizabeth. Queen E is a AA school and a  member of the Cross-Mainland Basketball League, the premier basketball league in B.C.  "Th6 Cougars will compete completely  out of their class which may end their  eight-game winning streak but they will  benefit from the expedience," said Coach  Lanie Grant.  Juniors came back from a narrow defeat Friday night and claimed consolation honors.  Pender Harbor met Newton Wildcats ���  in the first junior game, Friday afternoon. Pender got 19 points from Jerry  Mercer and 18 more from Doug Barsa-  I9.UX but it wasn't enough as they went  down 43-59 to the Wildcats.  In senior boys play, Squamish Chieftains overcame what started as a slow  game and beat the University Hill Baid-.  ers  32-21. Joey "van DerHan was  high  scorer for the Chieftains,  The second junior game of the evening  featured Elphinstone Cougars versus Edmonds Celtics. Although both teams were  tied at the end of the first quarter Edmonds managed tq build a 20 to 15 lead  at..., half time,. Tension .rose, In''the Mlast  quarter as the Cougars kept gradually  closing only to have Edmonds run a few  points qhead. The loud Elphie crowd  didn't give up hope and neither did the  junior Cougars as they {ought all the  way to the final buzzer ln a close 36 to  43 defeat.  Cougars guard Steve Miles played a  ��good -gome*as"he"outhustled"his** taller  Edmonds opponent ond drppped.ln 10  points.' Richard Egan followed up with  eight points Frank Havies7 six and captain Don Roberts, five,  At B^p.m. the final gome got underway as Elphinstone seniors met Lady.  ���by Joan Blomgren  smith 49ers before a packed gym of excited fans. It was the first home game  for the boys and they were very tense.  Also neither team had ever met before  so they tended to scramble a lot during play. Brad Norris scored 14 points;  Bill Sneddon, 13; Art Dew, 12 and Dave  Newman added six points towards the  Cougars 64-54 victory.  John Radovich made a lot of rebounds  and topped the 49rs with 26 points.  Consolation honors were awarded to  Elphinstone junior boys Saturday morning as they defeated Pender Harbor  Sakinax 48 to 36. The boys did not play  as well as they could have, according to  Elphie Coach Lawrence Stoochnoff because of excessive fouls and lack of  enthusiasm due. to overconfidence. However, in the second poi.tion.-o_. the game  the team finally came on strong and  . played up to standard. Craig Norris played a good game and stunned Elphinstone  spectators with a basket made in the  last second. Craig, led the Cougars with  22 points while co-captain Richard Egan  dropped in 10.  High scorer for Sakinax was Doug  Bqrsaloux as he compiled 22 of the total  36 points,  Ladysmith 49ers overwhelmed University Hill Raiders 87-17 and took the  senior boys' consolation round. John  Radovich and David Savard led the the  49ers with 33 and 31 points respectively.  Mike Manteich topped the unfortunate  Raiders with four points.  .," ���        Edmonds Celtics and Newton Wildcats, victors on Friday night, played off  at 6 p.m.; Saturday for the Junior boys  championship/Although the Celtics were  favored by the crowd they were defeated  by Newton.  The winning trophy ahd oJl-stars were  wpresentediOt. the,end.of, the game..Junior  all-stars were: Q, Bonshor, Newton;  Craig Norris, Elphinstone; Dnrrel Decker,  Edmonds [Dave Peterson, Edmonds and  Doug Cornolson, ,Edjnonda,  Final gome of ihe tournament saw El-  ��� phlo senior boys meet Bquomish in the  deciding round for the senior championship, The corwd cheered wildly as the  Cougars appeared on the floor. They,  continued to loudly support their team  throughout the game.  Squamish started the night by playing a slow game and it wasn't until the  third quarter that Elphie started to run.  Joey van DerHan (14 of Squamish concentrated on keeping Elphie centre Brad  Norris away from the boards and was ,  fairly successful as Brad was only able  to score nine points. This action gave  JodrMacPhedfaha^ good "pbsitiorFand He  played "what Coach Grant thought _was  his best game of the season. Jock and  Wayne Smith led Elphinstone with 12  points apiece. Art Dew also played quite  well and added nine points. '  Elphia came from behind (16-18) at  -the end of the half to lead 52-30 by the  final buzzer. Joey van DerHan paced  the losers with 10. points.  The senior tournament trophy was \  accepted by captain Bill Sneddon and  all-stars were: Wayne Smith, Elphinstone; Jock MacPhedron, Elphinstone;  David Savard, Ladysmith; Joey van DerHan, Squamish and John Radovich, Ladysmith.  Success of this tournament depended  upon assistance from many persons from  the community and the school.  Organizers    of  the   tournament'   ex-  .  pressed their appreciation to members of  the public and students who supported  the Cougarsi  Senior boys' coaches Larrie Grant arid  Garry Gray said the enthusiastic backup  was a factor in winning the tournament.  Ladysmith and Squamish teams commented on the "tremendous amount of  spirit" expressed by spectators at the  tournament.  Keeping nthusiasm at a high pitch  were the cheerleaders and trumpet players, Bruce Campbell and Kevin Starr,  All-star sponsors were: E & M Bow-  ladrome, D. L. Montgomery, Funland  Arcade, - Bob Crosby. Pete Rigby, Bob  Emerson, Bob Corlett, Ken Sneddpn,  Larry Knowles, Lester Peterson,  , Referees were;. Ken .Sneddon, Alex  Skyte, Wayne Skinner and Hart Roerk-  son,  Othpr tournament workers were: Debbie Willis, June Wilson; Mr. Richardson,  and members of the commerce department.  Thanks also go to timers, scorekeepers  and all those who took billets.  ��,��.����,��!.Senior,��boys��would..like to thank senior cheerleaders for buying their warm-  up Jackets,  Man In a butcher shop; "I wouldn't  pay two dollars for a pound of ribs If  they were attached to Roquel Welch!"  ���    \ ' 7  mmm   The Peninsula Times Poge 11  WedneSdoy, December 6.  1972  Floor hockey  games start  SUNSHINE Coasfs r n's floor hockey  league is again underway with three  teams competing in the Tuesday night  games at Elphinstone  gymnasium.   Teams from Sechelt, Gibsons and a  young team from Grantham's Landing,  make up the league. After one week of  play, the -league appears to be fairly  evenly matched. In the first game, Gibsons squeaked out a narrow victory over  a very fast and" game Granthams team.  Fine goaltending by both goalkeepers,  Ron Baba and Paul Watson kept the  score down to a respectable 13-9 win for  Gibsons. A six goal night by Larry  Knowles highlighted the Gibsons attack  with Sean Bothwell the biggest threat  for Granthams. '  Highlight of the league is expected  to be exhibition games in the coming  month against Vancouver clubs who last  year overpowered the league all stars.  It is expected that^ a ^team from-UBC  will be- the first exhibition match, listed  on the complete schedule. Any players  still interested in signing up may contact Jim Gray at 885-9470.  Games   begin   at   8:15    sharp,   each  Tuesday night at Elphinstone.  Dec.  12, Sechelt vs Granthams Ldg.  Dec. 16, (exhibition) Vancouver vs league  allstars  (tentative).  Dec. 19, Gibsons vs Granthams Ldg.  Jan. 9, Gibsons vs Sechelt.  Jan. 16, Sechelt vs Granthams Ldg.  Jan. 23, Granthams Ldg. vs Gibsons.  Jan. 27, (exhibition) Vancouver vs league  allstars (tentative).  Jan. 30, Sechelt vs Gibsons.  Feb. 6, Granthams Ldg. vs Sechelt.  Feb.  13, Gibsons vs Granthams Ldg.  Feb. 20, Gibsons vs Sechelt.  Feb. 27, Sechelt vs Granthams Ldg.  \  Soccer stdndinsfs I  -���  FOLLOWING are latest official standings  of the Mair     d Senior Soccer League:  IU-DRIVE  I  West Van  Rovers  dub  Viti __���  Germania "B" ....:.  Imperial Marine  Firefighters "B"  Sechelt    ...  Burnaby S.C.   Academico      Centennials _.  Queen's Spurs    N.W. Luckies    Punjab       Goals  P W  L TForAgPts  8   6   1    i   28   8 13  8   6   1    1    32 10 13  8   6* 1    1    22   7 13  8   6    2 ���   33   8 12  8   6   2 ���    19 11 12  8   5   2    1    31 15 ll'  8   4   3    1    12   8 9  8    15   2  8    16    1  8    16    1  j  TRUCKS  ^     SUNSHINE RENTALS  885-2848  or 885-2151 eves  \  V  8    17 ���  8 ���   7    1  7 T4 4  5 13 3  6 29 3  5 35 2  7 48 1  Blake C. Alderson D.C.  CHIROPRACTOR  Post Office Building Sechelt  Phone 885-2333  Wednesdays and Saturdays  10 a.m. to 5:15 p.m.  This is a $3.50 SPOT!  Your advertising-��� in this space will reach  more than 2,500 homes (10,000 people!)  each week. It's the most economical way tc  reach more Sunshine Coast people because  Times ads go into more homes than any  other  newspaper   produced   In   this  <arqo.  The Times  885-9654 (Sechelt)       886-2121 (Gibionf)  BANKING     HOURS  CHRISTMAS, 1972  ','.     1  NEW YEAR'S, 1973  N lie.  DURING THE HOLIDAY  SEASON   HOURS 'POR ALL CHARTERED BANKS ON THE PENINSULA  ���,���,.11.( ,, ....,'.! ' ,., 1,',,  J;fc BEl , ', L ,,; _ ,, ,'J ���._. H ���... _   HWW��ia��UHft^  ana^aaa^jrfaip^B^^ji^l^,!,}^*^..  OPEN  FRIDAY, DECEMBER 22  , Noi^nal Hours  SATURDAY, DECEMBER 23  9M a.m. to 12��00 noon  * FRIDAY,! DECEMBER 29 ����<mi��*im��.  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I  7 7  \     \  \  v     \  4  ^4    K  <M>  "\  \  v   ���     V .'  /  To keep up with your community  activities,  read  shopping, ybu'H save steps  and time it you look through The Times acfver-  fisemenfs first before you  start   running   around  offer fhe best bargains! Times Classified will Rent,  t��� '  Buy, Sell, Swap, Inform for you . . ��� . af low cost  and with the largest circulation of any paper on  the lower Sunshine Coast!  . \.' i'i ._! H , ni '.1 ~ '������  . Hiftiiml in^Vli I'M ����*  aj��J*SV^rt'A.^i*a*aiHa..y^  ���fin |H rtHr j" .4jj(j>in _sV(,it.Klrl!fr I*. itit.^itaijj,  ^  w4m  K.6QQ   ZJhe ZJimed  'A*."ll,ti>>)*^3K^aaiti7,*ii,pi^|il^E('ifiW-jiJKSSfcl|rijV4��li..ia(pa'flli;feiT!**Xli��*J/:. it;.*ia:��Hi(v|i��iyp.,��*  ^tiBil i4��iiW*'H*,i*sft ��*���  v."  ].      I       ��l  >M��piriMt^WMMIi��1��(^^  m^^aw^^a^  ����(��*wj��b*��mw^^  ��taWli^affWl��M^^  ���^y>U|ap��WUlllWW^ ��� ���   ������.  \  \\  \  \  A  \  \'  guiluuiiiniumauiMHiiinniuimnitniMiMniiiiiiiiimmj  '���     GLAD TIDINGS TABERNACLE     "  Sunday 10 a.m.; 11 a.m./ 7 p.m.  Wednesday Bible Study 7:30 p.m.  PASTOR NANCY DYKES  <Sow��r Point Road 886-2660  '.���umiiuiimiiiiiiimiiuitmiiii.ii.iuii  \.  SUNSHINE COAST  GOSPEL CHURCH  (Undenominational)  Sunday School ��� 10:00 a.m.  Church Sorrier ��� 11:15 a.M.  ���EvaaiBS-Sanica-Z.:30-p.m,.  PASTOR REV. S. CASSELLS  Davis Bay Road and Arbutus  (2 blocks up from Highway)  GIBSONS PENTECOSTAL  Highway and Martin Road  Sunday School: 9:45 a.m.  Sunday Services: 11 a.m.; 7 p.m.  Wednesday: Bible and Prayer 7:30 p.m.  Friday: Youth Service���7:30 p.m.  PASTOR: GERRV FOSm_  Phono: 886-7107  V  The United Church of Canada  SERVICES  St. John's United Church . Davis Bay  Sunday Services - 9:30 a.m.  Roberta Creek United  Sunday Services - 2:30 p.m.  Gibsons United Church.,  Sunday Services - 11:15 a.m.  Port Mellon United  Sunday Services - 7:30 p.m  (2ijd, and 4th Sundays)  Ministry  Rev. Jim Williamson - Gibsons - 886-2333  lay Ayay for Xmas  JUST ARRIVED  MEXICAN PURSES AND  SUEDE BAGS  <A~ Silver and Gold  Slippers  ir Lined  Leather  and   Rubber, Boots  WIGARD  SHOE  STORE  Sechelt   885-9345  Jl  The Peninsula Times Page 13   ANOTHER BARGE LOAD of duplex for the reserve's developing subdivi- ,  Wednesday, December 6, 1972       houses was unloaded at Sechelt In- sioiv Four units came on this barge. 7  dian Reserve last week. This is an- One had already been removed by  "D _-_ otter- in the series of homes intended the time the picture was taken.  Bursary group  ��� ������������������������ .../, ��� .'  ���  meets Tuesday ^alfmoorL fiay Happenings  BAPTIST CHURCH SERVICES  CALVARY BAPTIST  CHURCH  Piik Road, Gibsons y 886-7449  Morning Worship 9:30 a.m.  Sunday School 10:45 a.m.  Evening Fellowship 7:00 p.m.  Prayer and Bible Study, Thursdays 7:30 p;m.  BETHEL BAPTIST CHURCH  Mermaid and Trail Sechelt 886-7449  Sunday School 10:00 a.m.  Worship Service 11:15 a.m.  Prayer and Bible Study,  Wednesday, 7:30 p.m.  REV. W. N. ERICKSON, Pastor  ANNUAL meeting of the Sunshine Coast  Scholarship, Bursary and Loan Society  is scheduled Dec. 12 at 7:30 p.m. at Sechelt Elementary School (open area).  Prospective members are welcome.  Membership fee is $1 for individuals  and $2 for . organizations. The society  provides scholarships, loans and bursaries  for students  in Sechelt School District.  .This year the society has so far aided  three students With loans and coordinated  the presentation of awards to students  in the district through the following  donor organizations:  ��� Canadian Forest Products, Port Mellon; Canadian Legion, ladies auxiliary,  Sechelt and Pender Harbor; Howe Sound  Co-op, Gibsons; Inglis Memorial; Elphinstone Recreation Society, Gibsons; Kiwanis Club, Gibsons; Credit Union, Pender  Harbor; Sunshine Coast Credit Union,  Sechelt; Pulpmakers union, Port, Mellon;  Auxiliary to Gt. Mary's Hospital, Madeira  Park; Egmont PTA; Sechelt Motor Transport, Sechelt; Sechelt Chamber of Commerce; Boser Cedar Products Ltd.; Pender Harbor High School and Lions Club,  Sechelt. The society has also received  several anonymous donations.  Officers are: Mrs. M. Ball, chairman;  Morgan Thompson, vice chairman; Mrs.  M. Bulger, secretary; Larrie Grant, treasurer; Mrs. B. MacLeod, membership;  Mrs. G. Ritchie, Mrs. B. Redman, Mrs.  C. Jackson, Di Jenkinson Alan Thompson, directors.  "The society wishes to acknowledge  and thank all donors who have, and are  continuing to support their programs. In  order to maintain the fund, further donations would be gladly accepted," said a  spokesman.  Election of new officers and presentation of a financial statement are on the  agenda for Tuesday's meeting.  MRS. Janet Allen flew to Penticton recently to attend the wedding of her  granddaughter, Kathy Fairfield to Douglas Nims of Penticton, formerly of Nara-  mata. The bride wore the white  gown  ���by Mary Tinkley  Boys' Choir singing carols in the magnificent setting of thg Cathedral of Regens-  burg, with its Baroque architecture and  decorations in real gold. The feature of  one film was the delightful little town  which had  been her  mother's  wedding    of Mittenwald in Bavaria, close to the  HALLMARK ."Charmers:' Posters for the  Nursery���Miss Bee's, Sechelt.  dress and her bridesmaids were dressed  in purple gowns of brushed nylon. Mrs.  Allen was the guest of her daughter and  son-in-law, Mary and Jack Fairfield.'  Mrs. Ruby Warne who has been receiving therapy in Holy Family Hospital.  will be returning to St. Paul-s_ Hospital  this week for x-rays. Two residents returning home after a stay in St. Paul's  Hospital are G. L. Brooke who. has undergone surgery and Mrs. John Miller who  is now feeling fine. Gail Miller and her  husband John are new residents of the  Jack Leyland home at Redrooffs.  Mr. and Mrs. Mel Harvey have received news of the birth of a granddaughter in Vancouver General Hospital  last Saturday .The 7V4 pound baby who  is to be named Ananda, is the daughter  of Mr. and Mrs. Harvey's daughter Chris  and her husband Don Lester. The Harvey's have no grandsons but this is their  fifth granddaughter.  FILMS ENJOYED  The program of films shown by, courtesy of the German Consulate last Tjhurs- .^v, .    �����,,_*���_<��� ��.!,������. j   *__i_.��.u������     ����. ��,��.  day brought a real Christmas atmosphere their tickets- should  telephone  885-9479.  to the Welcome Beach Hall. Mrs. Fritz  Leuchte had created the setting for the  Christmastniobd with a beautiful manger'-  scene which she had arranged in frbnt    " "  of the screen. The beautiful figures in her  scene were carvings she had brought with       i  her from Bavaria; Appropriately, enough,   ���l  one  of the  films   "Cribs   in   the  Alps"  showed   some   exquisite   manger   scenes  with figures carved by Bavariari. crafts-     t  men. ' "'.'-.      * ' *  Another film, with a Christmas setting presented  the famous  Domspatzen  Tyrolean border, where there is a 'school  where students are taught the highly  specialized craft of violin making.  Of considerable interest at the present time, Was a film about the Common  Market or Community of Six which has  its. headquarters in - Brussels.. The - film,  showed how, after the upheaval and disaster of the war years, the Common Market had given a tremendous boost to  the European economy, with a consequent boom in industry and the breaking down of international barriers. Pictures were shown of the Court of Luxembourg which is the headquarters of the  community's steel and coal industry.  In   the   absence   of   Keith   Comyn  through sickness, Hugh Duff stepped in  i.at short notice as projectionist and "was  assisted by Bill Fraser.  There will be no further film evenings until Thursday, Feb. 9.  Christmas dinner at the Welcome  Beach Hall will be served on Saturday  at 6:30 p.m. Admission is by ticket only,  ��> any members who do not yet have  i Y,m  . <���  o  _ x  7   n>  ?A 7  -'.  an ol<  ristmas  one  7!  Gibson  SUPER DELUXE AUTOMATIC  I *��.%*��SiJ'WriH'i*(l(Wl,JKS  fl .<_(< ��� fcwHW fi Ml s mm^aitfi pk^H'i.1  <f wj*��*i�� *-��*w��a*^t>^*,*^!^^'*,J*^  .1'u     ��  17  vy*���  '*'  ��' \t_,l  1  i a1', I   l,    > ll I       ,i     i,' u lo* \   "'  \��� <<,'. 7 i<  \\y\^\\\^y  . '     7,7  U   all  <y\ .  \j. t Give someone In your, family a little  U , bit of the past that can be M ,  < * >.  %t(used today andjn, the future,, N it' ,    ,  fB,o. Jefs Deporator Cradlephones come  fin three styles. If your living room Is period  " Italian Renaissance,1 g|ve the '    "  ' i j, if i',j Mediterranean, Cradlephone.   '   *  IT   '  .t Gibsonhaathefoaturoathatmake cookingexciting  again. Choose from benefits llko Inflnlto hoat controls,  a delay bake that you can set and forget, timed  ^  ' appliance outlets and automatic rotlsaerloa. And because nobody  ,    ilkeacleanlnfl-upM.GIbaqnmpKoaltoaaywIthsnnp-out  ��� foments, removable ovonrdoor and special oplliguard design.  Watch for our Saturday/Dec. 16 "cook-in"  Beef St Bun Snack Prepared on our Gibson Ranges  Cowrie Street, Secholt  ,,.,.  mnil|i  * gi����  i  | <  Phono 885-2171  lfef^l*%>i{itV!af*W  WiMV,'   p' '7'7' \'\ 17 *i '��� .'��, Jl"1' >'' ���' ^ * ��� v'  ^2 W^yfJry 7 :M,f:2-' ���' 77;,,,71"  HHT   M    *   i^a^*M*-*MW>*,aW'1aUiW^'.i-^^ ^_    ����fe*>��^M��#^ ^-Ha*l^�� * 1*4-^ *1��^  ;f=tppma done In l,ou|a Quatorxo  any other Louis) will be enhanced  our Antique White Cradlephone,  1 you want to oomo homo bearing   ,  i i V' i,',��a olasslo Greek gift, pick up n figured  ' \ty ,i'. * (U^0,a^Como0 Cradiephon��; , '  "    The Candlestick model la Ideal'orevery '  fciu l^omo.' A little bit of nostalgia right out of' .<  Mm roaring twenties. And tho.Chestphono.  mfl\Q ono that looka llko a olg��r-������---��~---��-��  ��-^' bo>l whon It's olosod, but you   . ^  .��V      ��� can talk to It wfan lt;�� open, <  ���  f|ff For fitrthor Iniformcit^n ori raSoa end 7""'"  p^��7'connoctlonohargeacat|our      > ,  h <    �� m Buslnoss Office,  V \ i'i   ' I t i       ,   t .     a f i , i    'a aja,     .',_._._.  'at/ '���S{)N��!i4*i'tUf( ���,.',>! ��>WfV A' i''Vf .I^H* ,!_��� jkt n." * .����a<(ia,i . a   '^'W^A'VB*  _r mlV!&U'.#i.i4L.i'tl'.*.i_t_>{_  ..,*))_ i _- > .''A'* . ,' 7 <   ,      ��� - ,.. "f/^ff  \**:ilt^i>S.'ll.'t'.aa4tt'lll**l9*'i't .���*.'���* Hi���I" 'Mt >.<���< !���. I...l.l.^.��. H HI .1 ��.��<��.   ,-  fa i'a  t*( 11  >���; w  \  \  7!  ���a  . (l.��|;al.,  I   i  I'  \  \  \  Poge 14   -V       The Peninsula Time*  Wednesday,'December 6, 1972  B.C. IS Ax  BEAUTIFUL PLACE  \  \  DONT MESS IT UP!  TWILIGHT THEATRE  Gibsons 886-2827  All Shows 8 p.m. and in color  ON THE BUSES  from the TV Series  ��� PLUS ���  THE MAGNIFICENT  SEVEN   DEADLY   SINS  the latest Corry-On Comedy  (both general)  Thurs., Fri., Sat. December 7, 8, 9  Raquel Welch in  HANNIE CAULDER  ���< PLUS ���  DEEP END  (both restricted)  Warning:  "Comp'etely concerned with sex"  Sun., Mon.,  Tuei.,   December  10,   II.   12  Y  \  Play school may get  property from schools  .;    ,-. i     SERENDIPITY Play School mothers hav*  .���- -', j       \ been encouraged to apply for a local  - "   i     improvement projects  grant to develop  a permanent facility.  Mrs. Valerie Tomkies, one of the  mothers b> .'king the school in Pender  Harbor, said that following contact vtath  James Metzler, secretary-treasurer of  Sechelt School District board of trustees,  the mothers were tolct there is a good  chance the school board would consider  donating a piece of property in the area  for the school. The school now meets  in the Legion hall.  One businessman to another: "I'm not  turned" off. I'm run down."  ,  ���������������������������������������ypmiB  2 PHONES  TO SERVE YOU!  885-9654  885-2635  ���       (Please make a note of this  new number)  THE TIMES  (Everybody Calls The Times!)  es!)     j  Homelight Super Mini Power Saws  * Automatic Oiler + 16" Bar and Chain  ir Anti-Vibration Handle  E^-ffcUTB?'  7^.  ."~-r-~^ sf.  <$Ma^  Need   a   solid   foundation   for  your boathouse . . .  TOPPER FLOATS  Remarkable combination of old  car tires pressure filled with  lightweight durable polystyrene.  * A float that meets all marine  requirements.  * Lightweight Aluminum Ramps  also available.  Each Topper Tire Float  supports approx. 200 lbs.  Docks - Walks - Boat Houses  El-Mar Sales Ltd.  Garden Bay Ph. 883-2671  SECHELT   AUXILIARY to   St.  WCB assessment rates unchanged _%^%^iT!^%  WORKMEN'S Compensation'  Board  as-    eight sub classes will receive slight  in- Grafe,   president;   Chris  Ward,   vi.Ce  sessment rates for the  vast majority     creases. president;   Mrs.  H.  Gray,  executive  of BC 's 48 000 employers will remain un- Largest  decrease  was  in  the  assess- assistant at the hospital Who lnstal-  u   ' 7 ��� '1B��� / (U   f    .u   _       v   ment rates for coal mining which will led the officers; Betty Monk, secre-  changed in 1973 for the fourth year in a    drop 26 per cent from $475 to $3 50 per g.^ g^     tre��surer and Er.  row, announces Cyril White, Q. C, chair-     $100 of assessable payroll. Metal mining j^ Robertson publicity The women  man of the WCB. has been  reduced  approximately  3  per were stalled'following* a  luncheon  Decreases in assessment rates will go _ , at St. Hilda's Hall. See Peggy Coto*  in effect for two of the 83 classes and The  growth  ii    the   mining  industry nQr.s ^imfon for fuu details  subclasses   of   industry   covered   by   the     and  the trend toward  open pit mining,  :   Workmen's    Compensation    Act.    while     which has a lower accident cost experi- MMm ������_���__ *,*   ���     ence than underground mining, has been SOCCEH RESULTS  responsible  for  the  decrease   in   assess- DIVISION   5���Ken's   Vikings   5,   Pender  ment rates, Mr. Whitesaid.   Harbor   Roughriders.  1.   Division,_. 7=; .,���.,  The eight industry classes which will Caledonians 2 and Ken Mac Bombers 0.  -pay slightly higher assessments include: Division  5���Pender  Harbor  Roughriders  plywood, sash and door factories; laun- 1. Sechelt Wanderers 4.    dries,  cleaning  or dyeing plants;  print- j__________________m________________  ing;   lumber   or   builders   supply   yards;  +w  >  {OREGON.  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