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The Peninsula Times Nov 29, 1972

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Array fV  \  \  ��� \  Bodrrc? gppQinfanehf overruled .. .  rustee  \  ^  \  MINISTER \of education, Eileen Dailly,  has overruled a Sechelt School District decision to appoint Don Head to the  board of trustees-, replacing Mrs. Sheila  Kitson,  who  resigned  in June.  Ahd at Thursday's board meeting,  Trustee Bernie Mulligan resigned in protest at the "move.  Mulligan told The Times later: "This  is the third time the Department of  Education has gone against a decision  made by the board. If this is an indication of the way things are going, I had  no  alternative but  to resign.  "There is also an indication that Sechelt Teachers' Association have . Mrs.  Dailly's ear," he added.  He  was  referring  to  an   information  "leak" in Victoria which made the .minister's  decision  known  to the  STA before the school board was  notified.  Head's appointment was approved at  the November -6-- board meeting. But the  fallowing Friday, they learned* that the  teachers' association had been notified of  Mrs. Dailly's veto, said clerk Jim Metzler.  Chairman of the board, Mrs. Agnes  Labonte,   tried   to   contact   the   minister  Thursday moaning to., enquire why the  B.C. Teachers' Association had^ebn notified of her decision- before the school  board, he explained.  "She didn't reach her, but J, L. Canty,  superintendent of administrative services  in Victoria phoned back and apologized  for the leak."  "It's*- unfortunate that the -minister  chose to inform others oefore us," Metzler  told the board Thursday:" ~ :    ���  Trustee William Malcolm labelled the  minister's   actions   "pretty   darned   high,  handed". Is she there for-the teaehers^qg-  to jVelp school boards of B.C.?..... .__..    _  "Why   can't   we   just   go   ahead   and  appoint Head?" ^.e asked.  *' Metzler explained that this could not  be done as approval of the minister was  required, \ 7  x The Board took issue with a letter  written by Mrs. M. Volen and published  the previous day.in a local newspaper.  Mrs. Volen said that since Mrs. Kitson  resigned, the board had considered cutting the number of trustees, from seven  .to  five..  ������^We���are-^ed-^o���betieve-^ot-her���b0ar-d-  X  . r\���.  AC8.   JSna-Uin^.r^c  Industries J  _i04. West hvp. ���H'a/e* ���  Vancouver 'i~.   ->��������� C  . *��� \-  ��� \      -  ServM?��  \  business,, .in the past... five months', . has  been completed in a competent mannej;  and we are within five days of closing of  nominations for an election, and we now  have a board that feels it is urgent to  fill the position. Why?"  She asked why the superintendent of  administrative services' suggestion to  hold an ..election instead of making an  appointment  had  not been  taken.  Trustee Malcolm said that when the  subject of a five-man board first came  up, it was agreed to leave discussion until  -t-he���full���beard-^vas���presents ^-_=   V-  ._ "This delayed it, six weeks, otherwise  it \would   have  been, finished 4 by  nov^"..  he said. ���.'''.'   x. 7-7  Mrs. Labonte added that nb meetings  were heM during the summer, which*  further, postponed discussion of the vacant seat. * ,.- v7  The board agreed to liefer consideration of an election date until after the  new board is formed following the December  9   election. ������    \ . ���  Metzler predicted anselection could  be   held   to   fill   Mrs.   Kitson's   seat   in  -B^br-uary^-La^- ;  1  ' If  ,:t.  For Gibsons senior citizens ..,..  Kiwanis to go ahead  with housing project  Registration No. 1142  JLna Class Mail  ENINSULA  SUNSHINE Coast Kiwanis Club revealed  Saturday they will go ahead with their  proposed 20-unit senior citizen housing  development in Gibsons, in spite of initial  financial   difficulties.  Spokesman  for  the  Club,   Ken  God-  Engineer seeks  post  , *.*��J5M  ���*��..  d&rd, is confident the development will  be completed by mid-summer 1973.    .  He told The Times that tenders for  the project received. November 6 were  outside the proposed budget.  But rather than modify the development to lower cost, the club decided to  seek additional financing and accept the  lowest tender, submitted by G. D. Shaw.  The project c^lls  for  construction  of  20 single-storey units at a cost of $289,000.  <.  Twenty-seven senior citizens will be accommodated in 13 single and seven double units.  "The cost sharing formula requires _  10 per cent of this to be raised locally,"  said Goddard, "with the balance supplied  by a provincial grant for one-third and  a federal CMHA mortgage for two-thirds,  repayable   from   rents."  Site   of   the   project,   near    the   B.C.  Hydro   sub .station   on   North  Road,   has  been registered in the name of Kiwanis.  Village   Housing   Society     and   is   now-  serviced "by -a road^  ^Also7 f'iffi^sftKave,, l&endeposited' with:"  the village -of Gibsons to provide water  and sewer service, j  "Consideration was given to making  further changes in an attempt to lower  the cost," explained Goddard, "but a  ...djejiisipn^^against^.J^rfeer. changes, was  reached on the basis that such changes  would reduce the quality of housing provided."  Both  provincial and  federal  govern-*  ments have tentatively agreed to increase  their  grants  to  cover  increased  project  cost, he reported, but the Kiwanis Club  13   now has   to  raise  $29,000���the  local   10  ||' per cent.  To rfate, the club has raised a total  of $24,000 towards their share of the  cost, "mainly through the generosity of  local. people- and organizations; the. hard  '"   "'" '' " " "ri*^ittg--<pffidject.s-':  -,,.v,..,,i;,,. ,.....,.,^,..,.-,,.4, , -,.. ��� .,,..  rr���. r-~r-~ 'halve:-shown! tb:.v   tm^W^^JSS^^lm'^)^^ PWrfyl   Kiwanis .Club fund-raising projects." 7 ,  man:fotSecheU^village.council. -.   ,.      Goddard- added   that   the   continued  needed to 'raise  Serving the Sunshine Coast, (Howe Sound to" Jervis Inlet), including Port Mellon, Hopkins Landing, Granthams Landing, Gibsons, RobeitSvCreek,  /  Wilson Creek, Selma Park, Sechelt, Halfmoon Bay, Secret Cove, Pender~Hrb., Madeira Park, Garden Bay, Irvine's Landing, Earl Cove, |gmont  Union   ��5*��-   Label  This Issue 14 Pages ��� 15c  LARGEST CIRCULATION OF ANY PAPER ON THE SOUTHERN SUNSHINE COAST.  Vol. 10, No  1 ��� WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 29, 1972  ^ENNI^SH^TBEWOB-TH L-*  ���___t_S_^a_-Ml-��S____S.fe  Mill workers  name  NEW president of the International Brotherhood   Pulp,   Sulphite   and   Paper  Mill Workers' Port Mellon local is Fred  Allnutt.  He was elected recently to head trie  executive board of local 297 UPIU, certified bargaining agent for Canadian  Forest Products' Howe Sound Pulp Division.  Also elected to the board were: R.  McPhedran, first vice president; J- Mc-  Nevin, second vice president; B. Sim,.  financial secretary and treasurer; J. Kiene  and W. Valencius, trustees; N, McLellan,  chief shop steward; J. Dow, S. Holland,  executive""committee:"' "'  "���' --���-^~��,-,,->,���.  Three delegates were also named to  formulate local 297's demands for contract talks slated, to take place next  spring. They are: Fred Allnutt, R. McPhedran and W. K. Peterson.  Prescesky seeks post  as a school trustee  School referendum . . ���  a ���*  n f 1*1 �����   ��*  Seeking1' retiirri are (Incumbents Ted Os  bor'ije,and...,Hprm .Watson.  aising' ventures'  have-  included a yearly boat raffle,' weekly and  ,���...��� ,, ... giant' bingo   games   and   a   number   of  ;C! Shuttleworth,:.; a. career..naval,:: of ficeiy.   smaiieiv projects, such v as, TV (raff les.  #^-WiWSS?W'' The   model   playhouse   presently   on  after,;Serving 25 years m the navy.     ���    ���   display at SunnyVst _laza7also wm be  There is nothing personal.m his mien-     raffled ' in   the  near  future,   said   God-  "Many persons 7 on -fixed  incomes   have  Gym, shop facilities  ELPHINSTONE Secondary School's gymnasium is wearing out and must be  replaced, membeis of the Sechelt and  District Chamber of Commerce were told  at their regular meeting Wednesday  HOMELITE CHAIN SAW was presented to  Fred    Corley    Thursday  night on- his._retu,eme,nt ai. president <-  oi >-Loca,l f i2&7> (uUnUed'f InternatAra;aJV  Paperworkers    Union   Making    the.  presentation is newly-appointed president, Fred Allnutt. Union members  held a farewell dinner for Corley in  the  Peninsula^ Hoteliri recognition  of eight ���years',..staunch service to  the local.  expressed , concern about, the possibility  inithe risesin jtaxes ��and a they..^hp^g^tithe ,,,,���,,  Opinion  of   a'" professi6hai'',engineer''':;bn'..''."  the council may be' of great benefit in ;  helping.,46.7detQrmine1..qosts/>ii;6mv,.a^pr,p��.i;.,;i  fessional knowledge," he saj^. )':���  Shuttleworth . is  a ; graduate of Uni7  versity of Manchester in England. .  He and his wife' Have'.a home iii West' *  "P6Vp*oi(J6"wBa*y*^The1rw*aaUghte'r*,vattends'<lW  svhool in England; ; ��� '���������; y,:; :    ������, .  ���   Shuitlewortly.,maintairiS Ian.,, officio-,,,. In���.���,.'������  Socholt unci Is currently designing threq  hohioV'bri the Peninsula,, He' is1',tho designer ,of, the   Sechelt, , Home    Centro ,  pullding,  port from the, public.  with the district's,, share' at, $21,062*50. an-i  nually.---.' ������;������ ���������������< ......'-,,,..y..i. ;.:,,...  She  said   the   cost  will  be,  at.  1972  assessments, 0.298 of a rnill 6r 29.8 cents  ,per  $1,000 of   taxable  assessment.  If;, a i -i t        1 ���    -   .J^There;;is.,rio.,;.way.,...wei:;caK->Pftlr)tiho;���rfemeo\yijer     .assessed at ^,00^tl^n he;   UpiH mfm7tlfit Ifl 111 TI .���-,���.  ower    and    dressirig-room'  facilities,"    would pay $1.49 per year to1 retire the    UGJLU Wfll/JX, UU1 -f UliltvJ  __...��.���,���_  tt    __:_._:=_, ..-.__���:���.,.____.._.     district share of the debt. IN LAST week's Times it was 'reoorlPd  Street project funds  Ml���-    +   *     f ���" *   V"J"|K  * *'".  *   s^-r^fY^CT-wH  .wwww^wfwifPww^  hi                  *  $4'  4  1  M  ita^!Iiil!li&  1        '  ...   .'.'���:  *.'������.                  '  -AS_^:ti:MSM^  shower  saidTR. R. Hanna, district superintendent.  ' .7' Hann^j-alb^twlth^  bonte, 'chairman of the school board, John  Hughes, school. board member; and Btu-  dent'si,lPaui\--Kent,,'>-Eleanoj'''-'"tionnei.erg"'and''  Janice Mullen made up a' delegation tq  present ihe case of a new gymnasium and  auto shop facilities at the chamber meet-  Hanna saidv thatr tlie gymnasium prc->  senlly handles up lb 70 students with  only two teachers available.  "This means that iSbthea 7 boys a and  glrjs get no gym classes at all." ,  The proposed auto shop, h��3 added, is  not Intended to train finished mechanics  but to tba'cli boys the fundamental's about'  that* Sechelt^yillageav-cpjiyicilawill;;.hpldi  back $500 to Coast Paving for work done  on the launchiiTg^ram^ar'Por|)oise Bay,  ' This, was '. incorrect; -The funds .'held 7  back were for general paving.on village*  streets,,Tho council agreed \o pay $7,500*  of t-he cost and ,are withholding tho remainder until pot holes 'are ifilted In1 and |  was   a.  REGIONAL, BOARD XO(MEET       ,  Suhshine toa;S.t\ Regional District  board 61 directors will' meet tomorrow  night in the district office at Davis Bay,  Meeting time is' 8 pirn,,   ' . -  PETER PRESCESKY  PETER Pioscesky, of Madeira Paik, sees  Ihe school board as a place to become jnvolyed in ..community affairs. ���  ' ' He is seeking ��� the"position for Area A -  In Sechelt School District, Present member, W, P. Malcolm, is not seeking reelection,  ' "I'm  running because I'm interested  ' 1 ir <:orrimunltyal'falrsfand'the school*board���  scorns  to  bo one ql  lho  bigger, places  ing,  trict is seeking.$429,000, half* of which    Job ln,a local garage, For boys intending The  ramp   at   Ppvpoise  Bay __     _ _    OD-   ��-   Will .be. paid;.hy7the ^provincial ;fiovernr , t.o.copt'nue, the,training W��uld fiiyo them, chamber  of commerce  project and thO(   to , become involved,,, j'm.,a. businessman  ment so only $21,4,500 would have to be    the background to attend1 BiCIhstituto" chiimbor has not yet paid the $1,500 costv  nild   I'm   concerned 'with   "iusiness-Wko  raised-within the district. of Technology or vocational schools.       ,   of lhe ramp, , ;  ,,  - ���    She said the loan would retire over Young  Paul Kont  speaking  for  tho  a 20-year period; at��� 7\B |por cent. Interest   -referendum  told  the  chamber members QnUnn1 hnrtrr.  nn^t  ���' ���     '                               '                  --^    that presently  tho stage  muk bo  used oCnOOi OOafa jpu&i  as part.'of the gym facilities,1 Iiv regard; sOUqht .by.: Murphiy,  to thu-shop he said people .should know! ^..m^,^^^^  a little bit about vqIiIcIch, .      ,  , "The auto shop Ib absolutely  esson-;  -tlal.and , the  gymnasium. Is  even  mol'oj  ii  ELPHINSTONE HIGH SCHOOL Hcit- -, Joa.r Plonigron uiKloi-' "HapponlngH', Wolyorton, Art Drew, Coach Larrlti  lor boys! HnHlcotbflU.toniW, carried off Around Klpivlo",) L-lt (backrow)-y Grant, '.Wnyno Smith.  (Front row)  ' lho winners trophy at tho first senior' JflusscU Nygren, Jock   McPhcdron, Captain BID Sneddon and Inn Mac-   hurSon",,,;  boys''basketball 'tournament held' Iii' Brad Norris/ (Centra   ro\V) Leigh' 'konzlo, holding tha teum's mascot,   "voi-y up-wuii  Princeton rocently, (See roportj>y                         ,.������'"          , '   ���'     ,   .  frE����*_i��4wtWifraMWiia*M 9**i_i.��M9a*tfHfMVHJ^tumtW��'4lf��PtlK f *IP��W!*tW��iWVMtt*&Wf&ID*l4>tW(WW                                                                              Mi^Wiai<^*'WMWiWiiilB��J'*Wri**M��*'l*^ WmffrilBW �����lf<to)&*_19i.*i��t*l>4m. iffKw|fHHB^��ii^[)wiFyj)Ww^iW|fl!Bff��)yWh^^  mixiM-i��*i4.<*ii>��9K*mi'i9t4* iiftww *tM iwnjm n 9% ^miimi4iriMi9.MMf9Mmtii*iMnim4Miiim*oii.tittm��^                                                       mnin���wwfinin hhwwwwihijhh wwi*wmi���mwwmnaiitwM!** wp.l-��>WT��wwBWingw^*wt��^i4w��i��^��WKi'fc^^ ��*ww^)Mq>iMftiw<i����twH����%w-4��<Hwfc^wwiflwV-i^                     wwfr��n��Fn��wnm iMDw^wfru���maun l-mr.  !                 '* i ��  so," nald Paul;  Janlco Mpllcn said tho ptudenla who  catch'tho bus In* Secholt arrive at the  school at 7:60 and loj.vo at 4 p.m, which  gives them a lot of tlmo.on their'hands  and no place, tp spend It.' Slio said that  adequate gym facilities would1 hp good  to help Jin-in that time,'  ���    '-, ���'���'   Elqiinor Lonnoborg said that .spoota-  tora, crowded lnlb1 lho gym,1 gel Jn tho  wny*of ��.^m0lirnnd rvjfij| lng^tonm a"*"hnvo  complained about ,U)Ih and nthon'.faullitloii,  She unlet lho floor-' Is In such pooiYcondl-;  lion, Homo. jilnyfli'H havo re'eelv9d .HllvorH,  from' 11,       '  1 It wan ] also pointed out that lho pro7  hou(, flopr In not r'ogulnllon His.0,',  When asked If the Hohool .woifld have,  to hire;additional luuuheri. to Hurvlco tho'  nuw.4.gym-.and~.nhop^Uannu..nuid-no-but'  pui'hupt. 7i eni'tlfluulocl moohanlii would'  bo, ongagodl 'Thin would nut noco.|nni'l'y'  mean additional HlaU',ho imkl, buutuitiu,  of norma) aiU'lllon, '  , U wan .'I'urlhej'i po|nU)tl out Dial, an  auto mIiu|. would help kuup hoyn in  ���school,    , 'mi,,''  , Mayor Hon JUand'tail'd, "Wo |iavo bouni  li>l(| thoro would ho no more capital ox-'  poniMtilu;cnJ,nL.thQ^aibBonHJBchQol_li  llnycH replied that, tho Department, of  Education recommend.! a ntudent popula-;  tion of 1,200 before��� expansion to,othor  aroaH, "Wu h'llll have to hul)d moro oJaHH-'  vooniH, boforo wo build another school,"  J.1rH.��ltabijiilo.Huhl;,,.;VVu���coi.kln!L,po.i-.,-  iillily think ol' a now .mniplox at .Socholt  uulotiti  wo  not), a  rmml. 'clianiio  In   tho  population, Tlio overall.enrollment In lho,  (lltitiiot   linn   dropped,  duo  probably   lo  tho Iowor birth rate,"   ,  Sho nald  lhat, tho ncadomj.. portion'  'CHHod and    lho nchool 1u.h  IbUlala "Holonco and commerce  ���a-floo pntjo Afli  management and efficiency and I feel I  can servo the community that wuy," said  Prescesky,,  In roforonco to the now gym and  shop proposed for Elphinstone, Prescesky-  ,sald, "I feel facilities are nb doubt needed  for Elphinstonq,  "It would be my policy,", ho pointed  out,  "to  take- a  comprehensive  look  ot <  needs, ln bthol' 7sch'bdl,s",M ''     ' '���"  Prosccsky opd his wlCo,, Florence, and  children, have lived ln Madeira Park for  Vft years and have, owned proporty thoro  for.4Ms 'yew,,  ���' His son, Dob, 10,'Ih a graduate of  Pondor Harbor Secondary,' Seljool and  -Is In hlR fiocond year at"B.C.''Institute or  Technology studying administrative maiir  ugement,   His   daughter.   AUdroy,   Is . i'n  grado*n-nndwsbtrt;c'on,sfi'nacriO'tfrPoiP'  dor Harbor, and son Steven, Is ln gradu  ono at Madeira Park Elementary School.  PrcHcosky said,-that ho has bceni.lu  buolnoHB for hlmt.olC,Hlnoe 10fi0 as a contractor In Saskatoon and North ' Vancouver and now ;owns aparlmontH In  North Vancouver,  pyVTOICK'J. MUnpHY  Ad-Briefs  point  the way  to action!  PATH1CK J, Mu|'|)liy of llulfinoon '1ii\y\  In Hooking' u |)o:.ltlon on Die Heche 11,  Srhool District "board of trurtteoH,  . tMurphy", ha��, four,, children, a two of ���.  whom, attend Pvnrtur Harbor Secondary,  Scl.QQLantLtwfjj3rlmi\i,y-.'fiohot3LKlcln,..oncik  al ��� Socholt, Klomcntttry ,nnd. ono nl Half-;   .,,-',,,.        '.    ,   1,  moon Boy'nchool,,,Murphy  hau roaldod    fn   Toaqy S , Classified;-* '    ' .  In lioim.onrvHuy joviw yoars,'' ���      >w��m��w��mmw��wwwmmU<Umwi>w��v^^ i  '."AlthoHKb, my ogyP��Hl��n as  an  ml- (, jIBATaKrr radio, telephone,'. u.>d' chan4  mlnlHtrldor  foV ' ITT'   Federal' Elcotrlc       'iml with antonnae ' '  ���CwrrTind-lTT��Awt)c"6ey4i^1ncr^  kopUniiy,.uwayJroin.Juii>��e,"twld���JMurphy' fl ���  ���T have Kept Infoimod of local now.�� mul  ,dovolopinuntt<< hy. ruuolvlun regulai'ly 'lho  local nowHpupcri.,"   _, ���   . ,���        ,, , i. ^  Now ��d homo pornumonlly, Murphy  hkUIi "I want, to tulfo an a(|livo part, ,ln  tho Mchool hoard of. .tniHtooH and I fool  thut my experience "(talnod as aw ad-*  ' mlnlntrator with' ITT will bo nn asset ���  lirlho honrd nriniriimu,"   Timoa Clo!i_i|lcJ�� rouch uyor 2,500 home*  1  U 0,000 (oqcIois), '   i- ��� .  '  ��� Tlmoa Closslf/od-j qq INTO tha hon����i , .  ��� ' not on lowni,1 Mroota or ln i'jlverjs,   ��� Tlmos Cla.slflods oro, low-cost, hlgh-pofrency  italoa tonics, '  ��� Phono linbi opon Sunday; classified  885-9654 Socholt; 886-2121 Gibsons,  ff<f jT*^^tonH��lrt*sftTT��(rt��^a>>rt��V*'��a*ftt^*.  .*����!****  ;���(  riiUMnm0i\M4t>ii4tM09mtf9m0�� m"if fc tx&rumM  ^^ntw&&*m*ak&n$t&>m*imm  ����i����d��i��M~fiv >/f^rVf  ' f*7 \   *%t*+ti'*]YJi'***rt'J,%*' .'���"���"?  T ' *  \  '���  4W  ".     .'  -\   a       1  \  -'  \  \  ~  ���I ^ .J ���,,   ,.,,    ,.j..,    ���������>���' J   �� ��  v    T'a-Hvrr-*-'  \  '    \a  ' ia  111     \.a  V  25younqsfers bejiefil by JacilHy.....  ��rs  By  VALERIE  TOMK1E&  \ ���  f.EITFNniinTY   1 May''Sphr.nl   of   PenrlPr  IIai-lii��r, a ���ci'tiiimunity, olli.it  nr^aui/i'il-  l>..\tl..'   niullu'i's "then.si'tx'cs.   is   imv.   an  assured success. ,  Twenty-five children between the  \ages of three and five���childr.".n who  would oUihwiso have entered school  Without any previous experience of the  educational system���are now benefitting  by 2V2 hours of vital pre-scool instruction   three   mornings   a   week.  Five, weeks ago there was no playschool in Pt'tider Harbor. Twenty-five,  pre-school children spent their mornings  at homp m,i knowing the fun times  ahead. T'Uf- Legion Hall in Madeira Park  w.v; hiii|.I\ all momiiiR. Mr<-.. O. Silvey,  1. huI.tk-ji ten tpacher at Madeira Park  I'.li-inciilary school, was wondering as she  does every year about this,lime, why  children in her class-know so lilt lo of  school- procedures. But. all that has  changed   now.  Mrs. Silvey was not alone in her concern for the educational future of children in Pender Harbor. Mothers also  felt strongly about it. Several of them actually telephoned Vern Wishlove, principal of Madeira Park Elementary, to find  out whether or not pre-school facilities  could  be sent up in  the community.  "Ail 1 could do was to tell these  mothers that if enough of them got together I'd help in any way I could. The  fact  these   mothers   spontaneously   real-  V  '\  ��'��� JH|  A  .   \  A       . v        ���       '  \      ���     :     \ .. ���    '     -  The Peninsula Times    Wednesday, November 29, 1972  . . ,.���..,. ...:$ y___ :  ������������ ������ ���-' -, ���  i/ed  thf  importance of pre-��chool r-.hwa-  Itiin   ama/wl   me,"   '.awl.   Wishlove.  On Oct. 10, 1?. inolliers and two in-  teri;sli'd yoiinj', people. Beverley Newman  and Diane Phillips com o nut to discuss  the matter at Madeir. Park Elementary  school. Wishlove addressed the meetiny  -stating how pleased he was to sec such  cnlhuru. m for the prc-schooling o��l chil-  dien. Ii- told mothers \u>w important  pre-schooling was, indicating, lhat in his  experience children w h o har' been  through pre-scool programs, "simply  romp through further education without  difficulty," this in ���comparison with children who hadn't.  To pn.phasi?e h'r. V""nl- 'ip. introduced  kindergarten   teacher  Mr     O.   Silvey  '���Some children coine into school today  not knowing simple nursery rhymes, not  knowing how t.o sit still, how to pay attention--not knowing how to learn at  all." said Mrs. Silvey. "Today children  have so much to learn, even at kindergarten stage. There's no time for play  anymore* Without ..pre-schooling, children  are" actually sel-back in their education.  Their personalities and behavior patterns  are already largely formed by the time  they reach kindergarten, and there's lir-  lle  teachers can  do about   it."  "The decision was taken to establish  a community play-school in Pender Harbor. On Wishlove's suggestion a committee was formed with Valerie Tomkies  and  Diana Bomford  volunteering  as  co-  chaiiinan, and Linda Pees as treasurer.  .Bevvriey Newman and Diane Phillips  ..ilmiUvivil Iheu- services as full-timev  ��� upei \ i.nr-, with Irene Boyd joining  them in, give the scViool three permanent supervising staff members. Mothers  agn$gcL>o assist 'the full-time super"isors,  tvo aN*.time on a rotating weekly bas\...  On Ihe morning of Tuesday, Oct. 24  .the Serendipity Flay School in Pender  Harbor began operation. The hall to accommodate the school was kindly donated hy the Royal Canadian Legion,  Bianch 112, and !2.r> children turned up  for their fir^.t . school-day experience. "It  w_i'. chdotic at first," said supervisor  . rwf-rley Newman, "the kidr, were flat-  0111 to h'.i.e a good time. ''We just had  i<> l.-.uii a hftle quicker than the chll-  ili.n,"  said  supervisor  Diane Phillips.  For just $1.7.r. per week, per child,  to cover actual direct costs, Pender  Harbor's pre-schoolers are n6w enjoying  their first vital step into the world of  knowledge.  "Good lubk with your new enterprise,"  wrote Eileen Dailly, minister of education, on hearing'' of the project. Don  Lockstead, MLA Mackenzie wrote, "If  I can be of any further help to you,  please   let   me  know".  All this would seem praiseworthy, a  tribute to the community spirit, of -the  mothers of this idyllic Peninsula village.  But it is only, a beginning. Already after  only  a few  weeks  existence  Serendipity  I'lay 'School at Pender Harbor is learn-  iiii- the tacts t+f lite Km- community en..  \ Hni��� i.i.sin, deterniinai ma and aclion, are  not always en^iitj-li to acliaeve Uu�� VeVy  l^est' of community programs. In Mhis  province for reasons British Colombians  .leem pertinent,"there ars strict requirements and sensible suggestions governing  Hu operation of pic-school educational  facilities. > ,   . ���  The Community Care Facilities Licensing Act clearly stipulates qualifications for supervising . personnel in play  \ schools, equipment necessities, and firm  regulations concerning the kind of building to be used and the facilities therein.  Whilsl the stipulations of the act were  possibly devised to govern commercial,  profit-making operations in the preschool field, the mothers of Pender Harbor appreciate the good sense expressed  by  the act.  "Of course we should have qualified  supervisors", said one mother. "We should  have a proper play-schbol building, a  permanent one with toilets, storage, and  an outdoor play area properly fenced.  But how can 25 mothers���most of them  not   rolling  in money���get   it?"  An insuperable problem? Not for 25  mothers who created a play school in  the first place. Pender Harbor Serendipity  Play  School has only  just  begun.  Plans are now afoot to apply for a  grant ��� under the federal - government's  Local Initiative Program. "It's not a mat  ter of just  trying Io grab some free cash  for the community", said  the molher.  "It's the (\nly way we can get \i professional pre-school facility going in Bender Harbor. What the mothers have done  so far is tremendous but we are not so  naive as to think we know more about  it than all the people and the government of B.C. combined. The act may  seem stuffy and pretty difficult' to understand., but When you really read it  and then try handling a bunch of pre  schoolers yourself, you realize * it makes  a  lot of sense". "  The objective is to apply for a gfant  which will cover the costn of constructing an approved play school building,,  fully equipped with indoor and outdoor  facilities, as required by the Act. Also  to cover...t|iie>. cost ��- putting Ihe one or  two volunteer full-time supervisors  through an approved course for qualified  pre school supervisors. The project as  presently   envisaged   w^.il 1   involve   the  t  hawing up of scale plans for the play  ���hool. the gaining of approval by edilca-  1 itina^-and H'gkmal .a.utho'rities, and- -subse-  .|iient u.se of local labor and locally produced materials  lo get  the job dope.  Manpower administrates the program.  They  insist .that grants  provide employ -  v ���see page A-3  .^^lM^���^_^ln���T^TTlr|���^fl���^^Tvnr"^^. ������"����������������  "nmnnmm  B.C.  IS A  BEAUTIFUL PLACE  DON'T MESS  IT UP  NOTICE  Pender Harbour - Egmont Area  For Insurance of all kinds  Phone your Resident Agent  JQHN BREEN LTD.  883-2794 (24 hours)  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 thar. any  other  newspaper   produced   in   this   area.  The Times  885-9654 (Sechelt)        886-2121 (Gibsons)  11  ij  m  ��� Put- your message into more  than 2,500 homes (10.000)  readers in these economical  spots. Your dd is always there  for quick reference .._,..  anytime!  Sunshine Coast  ss Directory  ��� Here's an economical way to  reach 2,500 homes (10,000  readers) every Week. 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Madeira Park  HOURS:  Sechelr: Tues.-Thurs. 10 a.m. - 3 p.m.   Fri, 10 a.m.-6 p.ijnr-Sat, 10 a.m.-3 p.m:  Gibsons & Pender: Mon.-Thurs. 10  ,   a.m. - 3 p,m,; Fri.  10 a.m. - 6 p.m.  BUILDING SUPPLIES  Free Estimates - Fast^Service  G & W DRYWALL  Drywall acoustic and textured ceilings..  Now servings Gibsons area and the Peninsula.  Phone 884-5315  Box 166, Part Mellon, B.C.  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 Are All Prefinished Before  Installation        ,; >���  P...BIRKIN ��� BeaGh,AYe./Robe^,free^,B,C.  Phone 886-2551  CONTRACTORS  COAST BACKHOE & TRUCKING  LTD.  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B;C. f  MACHINE SHOP  At tho Sign of th�� CheYron  ,��,^������.,,H I LL^S-MAC'H IN I'^SHOP���,��,.,,,-,  & MARINE SERVICE LTD.  ��� Machine Shop -r. Arc and Acty Welding  Sfeel Fabricating ��� Marine Ways  ,  Automotive and Marine Repairs   ���  Standard Marine Station  Phono 886-77"^        R��a. 886.9956, 8B6.932&  Marine services  clayton welding & marine  , .     Marine Ways to 42'     ' ' 7  Bottom Repairs  883-2535  Box 7 - Garden Bay, B.C.  MOVIMG and STORAGE  ��  t     �� ihi       ..a  Repairs - Alterations - New InstallatiefrS  LAURIE'S  PLUMBING &  HEATING  LTD.  Govt. Certified Plumber   ���   24 Hour Service  Phone 885-9014  P.O. BOX 825 ��� SECHELT, B.C.  PENINSULA PLUMBING LTD.  j Sales and Sorvico ��� 886-9533  Everything for the Do-|t-Your?elfer .  Contract & Renovations  FREE ESTIMATES  Len Coates 88617685  Ray Coates 886.9533 - 886-7872  RENTALS  , A. C. Rentals  ���Tools,.and,,.Equipment,��.,  Sunshine Cogst Highway and  , ,", Francis .Peninsula Road ,���,,,  Madeira Plark  Phone 883-2585  HAIRDRESSERS  mmi**  mmm>Jmm��imm*riMkm-wum#mm mm.k:$  ""'-r"'i r ���������" i  i riin.i. <,"  "RBADY'-Mik' CdNCRETB AND  BUILpjJNIG SUPPLIES  Your One Stop Pulldlna St6r��  For All Your N Wins Needs  GIBSONS BUILDING SUPPLIES LTD.  MORRIE'S CONCRETE  Placing ai>d Finishing  Floors - Patios �� Stairs  frcf Eftlmato8a-*-aW^Phono.885-9413-  >���"" '" pmi���I'nwniiii ������    ' '   '" ������ ���������������!��� ������������������* ���Win-n nm* iiiiwmwmwiinn  PEN ENTERPRISES   Suppliers ;and applicators of  Ca^re' Pro-Gast:5tono and DrlcH   t  Phono for froo ottlmqta  Bob 6r Dick 884-5315  ANN'S COIFFURE^  Next to the Co-op Stor��  Gibioni 886-2322  ��� "  , T"1���: ���  SECIfEUT BEAUTY SALON  Planno Allen; Proorletor  Export Hair Styling  "RENT IT AT"  THE RENTAL SHOP  at Dayis Bay ,  "Wo Rent or Soil Almost Everything"  Typewriters - Lighting Plants��Tolovlslona  Roto Tillers - Cement Mixers - Lawn Rakes  Mechanic's1 Tools''"   PHONE 885-2848 r-, 24 HOUR SERVICE  , AFTER HOURS 885.2151  RETAIL STORES  COASTAL TIRES  Sunshine Coast Highway  Box 13, Gibsons, B.C. - Phono 886-2700  SALES AND SERVICE  All Brands Availablo  Monday to Saturday 8:30 aim. to 5:30 p.m.  Friday evening by appointment only.  TOWING  t Scows ��� Logs  SECHELT TOWING & SALVAGE  LTD.  Heavy Equipment Moving & Loq towing  L HIGGS  Phone 885-9425'       <  TREE TOPPING  -SUNSHINE TREE SERVICES^LTD..  Fully Insured ,  DANGER TREES TOPPED 7  SELECTIVE CLEARING  Greater Vancouycr      Sechelr Peninsula  291-0750 805-9711  T.V. anil RADIO  LEN CRAY'S TRANSFER  loueehold^Moving^PacUl-rig^Storac  PacKlna Materials For So|e  ��� ��� Member of Alljod Van Linos,  "Canoda'o No, 1 Moyor's  Cowrlo St,,  Sechelt,. B.C,,  Phone  885-2818  i^^^m,  tffr"ili^rritr(i"|_|*ritritiii'  Yaii^uSmess^CWd  m��mfm)f!ii��mi^mmi^  mmiiimm>ii��fmii^imA��  Phono 8P6-2664, RR \, Gibsons, B.C.  NURSERY  .MA^VNMRSBRVJ^^bbrt|i^raQk.  Undscaplng -Shrubs. Fruit Tre��^ - Fortl|lJt��r  Berry plants - Peddlng Plant* - P��at Mom  Ful|y Licensed Pestjcldo Spraying for  Landscaping and frees  Sunshine Coast Hwy. - Pl��. 886-2604  .7! [ ' ''  .   I. 'i'  JDIIPTPIIfllETIUST";   '������;   ���  -1 -'-  7fANK*ErrDECKE^p  Bal Block - Glbions    '  I'-ia-l   4 .-     I_.,    I _tl|. || | W.AI,.t(..,.. ||,i I, t ||��� .��.,   ,        ,,l|,|..���  ,,��  Pv��rY, Wednosday  s     BB6-M4B  (i�� *��_.  C ���������������* S HARDWARE  SECHELT, D.C,  APPLIAN^GES���HARPVVARE*  HOME FURHISHINGS  Phono 885-9713  In this space will  * '        i     '  reach nearly 10-000 peoplol  ' '    ' ' ' (''"    W        If    .l|��| ��� '  '    '   Lb^-cost - High power  Pender Harbour - 083-2513  HARBOUR SUPPLIES  Electrical  -  Plumbing  -, Appliances  TVs-FMrnlfiire and Carpets  P.O. Box 158 Madeira Park, Hwy 101  ot Francis Peninsula  PARKErRS HARDWARE LTD.  7i       ' ��� "     * SolcCand Sorvlco 2  ',2  Authorized Doqlor and Repair Depot for  QUASAR (Motorola) & PHILCO  Cowrlo  Street,  Spchglt  __,  fhQno   885-2171  sunshinp coast t.v. sales  ,  ,,8.���serVic^ ltd/';,;  .;,  and   ZENITH    P^EftS;  , In The Heprt Of Downtown Sechelt  Box 799f. Sechelt ,'   885-9816  CLOSED ON, MONDAYS, ..���  UPHOLSTERY  ROOFING AMP FLQQRHMG  ��� ���   i    'i ��� ���.,     '   '    <2ALJ, J^TAM HILSTAD  a.abouUyour-*-i-  ROOFI^G Abfp fLOORI^G HEEDS  Pbo]io 886-2923   '" "'" s  1    7 Gpvy*. r Pplnt Road  M��4>lNl)aaW<l����M^^  t/mm*mm&*>i  mm^m��misMlv>^ilit^^  COMMERCIAL PRINTING  see THE TIMES  ***M*��*WIW��*��|����**  tK����i��**��Fi'*WB^l*W'M  WLAIR CJJSTOM UPHOLSTERY  ,   ANPPMNW^....  Roupholstorlnfi Vft0��tyllfifl . Cmfctf Pr��pm'  Service * Sqrpple? Bho^ jq'tfAp' home  Phono 006-2050  f       l  "f  U?e the^o spaces to  reach, nearly 10,000 people  i i   i '  every weekl  ���   <. .    .   ��� / -   ��� "   .  z  Hmmtt  ���fr~  ����N��>tttt*'f^^^  "**n��"  mi&m��mimtto9mm>mmnmi*m4W9_  wiW*  ������������wiwipiuumuimniuiiiig  ���^'.spypjtfiyi  .   ^,",���i'*'^U^|M.(i,  .Pleaio make a note pf tfils  77 .....novrnupilbpr).7 ,������:.., ^,  THE TIMES  lEY6ryb9dyCa||��Th��)Tline��!)  ���i��  il  nn  t t)     .1 ��  l^wpplWSiWWttf^  'l<[ >\\  tit .     ���     *'    4  V   ,1    f  ' .   ,v'*^��,_�� !�� ,*  * >. t?Fr^��tA  2  \'          I  -���,  7*--: .7'7r  \'  ����� _. �� _. 4 ���   .  The Peninsula Times' Pago A-3  Wednesday, November 29^ 1972^,  COLORED SHAPES are; dertioristra- Pockrant, Kelly Boyd, Jamie Bom-  ted by supervisor Beverley Newman, ford, Anthony Dean, Louisa PeriSon,  Looking on are, from.left: Michael' . " '��� y   '  T"^"       "       $W\**^  INSTRUCTING PHYSICAL exercises thony Dean (on all fours), Louisa  is Jean Milward, foreground, of Gib- Penson (striped dress), Stephanie  sons. Joining in is Beverley New- Enos, Kester Tomkies, Michael- Pol-  man, left and Valerie Tomkies. lock, watching Scott Rees, David '-'���  Children from left are: Vicki Ann Jensen (watching his feet-) and  Wilkinson,  Michael    Pockrant,  An- Jamie Bomford.  MORE ABOUT 7 . .  �� Pender Harbor play school  from Page A-2  ment  in  the  local  area.  They  also  like sound   a  bit   cheeky,  but  it   isn't ^really  to think  that the money is  being- spent ���not   when   you   think   what   that   acre  on some worthwhile community  project, will do for the children around here  one which keep*, on benefitting the peo- There are thousands of acres of land  Sprpfn    �� Sh��.Un"       iTV7   tr��Uble     in   the   Pender   Haib��**   area,   some   are  therefore,   said Diana Bomford. crown  l��md>  some  are  privaiely  owned)  There's  only   one   problem,   a   simple some are administered by the Highways     i niiicft  DCMCnM ii_.i^SM__��+..��_i��  matter of real estate.  In an area where Department, others by the school district.    |uu|v^ r?c��aUWI llsrens^attenTa-V^iy  Kdl   estate   speculation   has   been   sky- The school board would seem a log-     \*: f^ '' at  ^   Pfinder Harbor  locketing  out of all   proportion  to real- ical   point  to   zero  in   on.   If   pre-school     SCnOQl,  U\   it seems there is little area available education is  important  to  the future  of    gMWMMMMwpfflUMHMI '"  upon which the children of Pender Har- our  children,  and  recent  efforts  by  the    ~  boi   can   take  their   first   step   into   the governments of Alberta and Ontario, and  tuture.  Nobody,  apparently,  has  enough other provinces; would seem to bear this'  land to let just an acre go for the pur- out���then surely, the school board, if it  pos6, has land in Pender Harbor, should spare  We  have .asked., all kinds .of... private..,-. ..P... ���?c.".?-_. ?B  which   the  community _ can  individuals  but  they  all  understandably ^il(i   Ms 'important   component   of   its  want to make a profit. The mothers up future-  !?tl5  cant.  afford  those  prices,  and  the If any  reader  in  the  area has  any-  LORD JIM'S  LIP  people  refuse   to   support   anything thinS   to   offer���by   way   of   an  acre   of 5  which   has   a   commercial   profit   in   it. land, or simply advice���then  please  call 5  All we need really is to lease about an this  writer  at  883-2492. 3  aci e_���_.someplace, in . the . community,, for  In the -meantime; The Times will re- r  about a dollar a year, plus taxes. Might    port on future developments.  Take your family out  _^,vJ$rJLtincJ^  Heated Pool and Saunas  available at extra charge  WEDDING RECEPTIONS,  STAFF PARTIES, ETC.  For Reservations  Phoner885^2232y  3  5  acniiiiinBnnBnHiiiBiiiBiiiiiiinnn  SNACK TIME, at Serendipity, Play,School, at- Pender  Harbor is enjoyed by Kester Tompies/left, and Lee  "Suhdquist. ''���',.. .���<���,.  /EXPERIMENTING wllli,tiolorftis VIclrf'Aiin'Wilkliik'oii  , ;.;uih1qi"Ui6 g'ulUanccj of Dluiio .Phillips; H^pofivlsoi; ���" '  . i��� i ti 'u.n < I iu,\,! ,u  r  mmmmi9.imi��<m<*>44.ti4  TAD     V/\IID    IniMIMfl' mm_J ..l i a.  ��     1    ... .   ��� ... .     __     .   i   _.    .i. I -i        '        -1.        i I     \    _ i    ..     __..  !    t    I  .." fft" WW   't "*'  ,M*T  dancing pleasure  .    <-��������- .      _l..'[a��<��   '"���'.'.h-.'lV  ,i j.:,.  ssuM^wt-  ft 4ttlNn^��We��tnv>��k��'Af  ft*.  #mP*��'*fr(***u����Jft**'| WR-M^V** J(* ��N*4****Wht.'W*��^s>^t.  SATURDAY^  ^ouHtrdh&7s\WMhtn  ���    ,       ' ,1       7       ,   (J IH 'l   a     ,1.        ,   ', |     ,'  BAND  2nd  11  i  .' i.f  DINING LOUNGE 11 q.nri. to"; 8; pim.  CABAPIET SAfURDAY���9 p,m. TO 1:30 a.m,  VJ? \J'tCTf    JGm k^ p 0 Hwy �� Socholt  criindiila cJ-Jmimi <JLounqe  ' "> 7 "7  1 t    i i       i    ' \       ��     ' !k  FRIDAY 'TIL SUNDAY SPECIAL  ���jjmnff* ^.wmn  J^t-a^^i^-M^jj^^tfi  1    / tM   i       n i    tM  twWtp  ,1       t  i.i    'a    '      I  I' t,  ; \;  TO TAKE OJIT  li     'i    ,i   <i  1,1    al    M  ��       ,J  ��� I  ����WHWJ<>��W4��!B(MWiMl(WWlMiH!'M��"l^^  Tiiffll*>HW��*j��*��W^iWWi*'l  ��$ <w��w'wwwwii*'i^t^tf|j^^w��w^^'iatii>iw^  SMlM��*sNw��ia^^^  iwwi��^iiHW^*iww^^  I     ,*) I    ' .       *  #^j*��y��i4M*wtWfw��  *      %   V   '"'LV1**-? ^^^M^   -   ���'H ^f<v )t ."*��  tM >: \  \  w  \  \  \  Hge A-4  Peninsula Times, Wetlnesdoy, Nov. 29,   1972  %M^��iMifd��^^^._^__l,_M-.rri>-r.re  rv    n r7 Seehelt - Phone 885-9654  lHE rENINSttt.A J4*m^    Gibsons - Phone 886-2121  RIAL ESTATE {Cont )  IVOR  RENT  MOBILE HOMES  \     \  Classified  1..0  AOI.K.S  1..-.iuIiiu  1  ���ll'.  ���Ir.1  property,   si.in  MeclVlt-d      Ni-ar  $Vft.tll)0\ Willi-  The   T.m<\-:,   S,<r  ���   \ n  15..S  (ell,  ���\..  <���  l!  :.rt.  i\ e,  r  .;  It'll  IIAI.,1. tor rent --\Vkson Creek  ('(iiiirniiniiy \tla 11.     Contact.  Mr., .iiavrit" Andmon 885-'__:.85.  ?8l54fo  'I i;All.KW  spare  available, all  ,i vires. Ayevs Mobile Home  p.,1,    Wesl   Set-belt.   Hh.   8U.r��-  _:V.U. " 7-      863-t.l'n  ��-t****9N9*tmmm*mmt.mm*m9<*i*miw94i**^m*0i49m9��t��m9wmmiMjmt��  Published Wednesdays by  Powell River News Town Crier  Sechelt Times Ltd.  at Sechelt, B.C.  \   Established 1963  \  Member, 4udft Burooe  of Circulations  M'jrch 3i  1972  Gross Circulation 327$  fro id Circulation 2421  OBITUARY ^  MASSED away in Serhelt, November lfi. Edna Cri11^���������r'.cr.  Calbick. Survived by her husband, Willartl, t\v<> sons, Ross  and "'im Mf!nuj;iar service  wa. id iu H..al Memorial  Chapel,.North Van com er. .Sun-.  day., Novei._t..er 10  .8B3-1  PERSONAL  As filed with the Audit Bujeag  cif- Circulation, subject to audit.  Classified Advertising Rate*:  3-Line Ad-Briefs (12 words)  One Insertion  -v $1.10  Three   Insertions  _\���.$2.20  Extra lines (4 words) , 30c  (This rate does not apply to  commercial Ad-Briefs)  Bdx Numbers   50c extra  50c Book-keeping chgrge is added  for Ad-Briefs not paid by  publication date.  legal or Reader  advertising  35c  per count line!'  Deaths, Card of Thanks, In Merti-  oriam, Marriage and [Engagement  notices are $3.60 (up to 14 lines)  pnd 30c per iine after that. 4  words per line.  Birth, Notices, Coming,Events take  regular classified rates.  Subscription Rotet���  By  Moil:  local Areo $6.00 yr.  Oi.r*ide Locol Area . $7.00 yr.  U.$.A.  _ ___ $?.pp yr.  -A-teOH��tIGS-A-nonymous-=-  Meetings  8:30   p.m.,  Thursdays, Wilson Creek "Community  Hall.  Ph.  885-9327.  8657-tfn  STONEY'S  WELL DRILLING  Now Drilling on the Peninsula.  Pho.^e 483-3530  5460 Maple Avenue  Powell   River,   B.C.  SPIRITUAL healing and readings. P.O. Box 533. Gibsons.  RC      ' 485-4  BAHA'I Faith, informal chats.  885-9568.  886-2078.       168-tfii  REAL ESTATE  Oversea*  Special Citizen*,  Local Area _  Canada      Single Copies  ,|fp.9��. yr-  .$3.50  .$4.00   15c  Copyright and/or property rights  subsists in all display advertising  pnd other material appearing in  this edition of the Sechelt Peninsula Times. Permission to reproduce wholly or in part and in  any form whatsoever, particularly  by a photographic or offset process  In a publicotjon, must be obtained  in writing from" the publisher. Any  unauthorized reproduction will be  subject      to     recourse     in      law.  "In the event of a typographical  error advertising goods or services,  at a wrong price, goods or services  may not be sold and the difference  charged to the newspaper. Advertising is merely an offer to sell,  ond may be withdrawn at any  time."���(Supreme Court decision).  Advertising is accepted on the  condition that, in the event of  typographical error, that portion  Cf the advertising space occupied  by the erroneous item, together  with reasonable allowance for signature, will not be charged for,  but fhe balance of the advertisement will be paid for at the applicable rate.  A composition charge is made for  advertising occepted and put into  production, but cancelled before  ^publication, Change from original  copy "when proof is submitted to  customerVis -also chargeable at an  hourly rate for the additional  work,  TWO. live acre blocks, elevated property within village  of Sechelt. In popular subdivision area. Write Box 310. c-o  Peninsula   Times,  Sechelt.  333-tfn  4V_ to 14 acres west of Langdale   View   property,   treed,  water,  south  slope  R2.   Phono  886-2861. 930-tfn  VIEW lot in West Secholt, 60"  xl58\   Serviced.   $4500.    Ph.  885:2087.. 800-3  PENDER Harbour waterfront  lot. Sne'ltered, deep, very  accessible to water making it  ideal for a' year round wharf.  Water, electricity and road,  SI 7 500. Phone 886-7374 or ���  write  box 708, Gibsons.  8202-tfn   __. __^ -.__   'GIBSONS'     17,-1    and    Ream  I.eauU    "ii _|j>.'E.e    "<"v '.'''"    '"'  3 la.lii.i-   1  n.suite.  The uiiii-.-.  ual l>4.il.i features shower stall,  balb,   toilet   an.I   large   vanity.  ��� f9pen plan  living i-. the them*.  ul   ���liviiiK-duuiig   and   i.u.'li.-n  " in matching decor.: Living  room feature wall has ceiling  to flour natural skuiie fireplace.  Sliding glass door to sundeck.  Kitchen fe.itures bui'lt-i-ns Av  acado and Mahogany. Very attractive 2 level bsmt. has rec.  room, utility and workshop,  children's play area. Priced, at  below   market   value.  IN   aroa   of   new   homes,   65'x  110' view lot  for only $(i.00().  MUST  BE  SOLD!   Well   built  5 room home with full bsmt.  situated on prime view  lot all,  landscaped 2 bedrooms, vanity  bath,    spacious    comb,    living-  dining   room.   Heatilator   fire-  pi a c e.   Family    size  kitchen.  Finished    rec.    room,    furnaco  room,   utility,   toilet   and   cold  room   in   bsmt.   Matching   gar--  ago.   plus   many  extras  all   for  only  $28;500 on terms.  DEVELOPMENT    acre on  Iho  lovol.   Tonus   on   $15.1)01).  LISTINGS -WANTED!   .*.  K. BUTLER REALTY  LTD.  ALL   TYPES   INSURANCE  Gibsons, B.C.  Phone  886-2000  MEMBER  MULTIPLE   LISTING  SERVICE  824.3-52  WINTF.R    accommodation available.   Oct.   1st   thru   May  1st.     Lowe's-'Madeira    -Park  Motel.  Ph. "883-2456.   n 529-tfn  SPECIAL monthly rates untiL  May 15. Adults only, no pets.  Ruby     Lake     Motel,     R.R.I.-,  Madeira Park. Phone 883-2269  _____   566-tf...  SKI MA Hark Community Hall  nir.etin_.-s,    social    activities.'  Ph   sun 94,.l-7.'   '      " Y "   828-4  UN FURNISHED suite for-rent  .1.1011 per month. Phone 886-  if.tif.. 482-1  r.llAND new N12x(>0 Leader 2  bedroom, sling carpet, fully  furnisliecl, bay window, full  CSA z240 certification, many  other'delux features, delivered  and complete Set up for only  ��__ "5.00. Can be. seen at Sunshine Coast Trailer Park,  Hi'hwav 101, Gibsons, B.C.  486-3  CARS & TRUCKS  ,\  AUTOS & TRUCKS (Cont.)  1072  V.W.  Super  Beetle,   9000  miles,   only   ti   mos   old. yVs  new,   must   sell.   $1850   cash..  Ph.  885 9s654. 886-1  COMPACT station  wagon, '64  Rambler     American,     auto  iiiatic,   snow   tires,   new   front  tires,   spotless ^condition.   $550  or best offer. Ph. .883-245.6.  B80-l\  1966 FORD plclc-up, hew\ 6  cyl. motof. Radio and heater, good tires, new brakes.  Good condition. $1300. Ph. 883-  9952 or 883-9991.",      "'    881-1  I.).;-.:     Pi 'NftAC     LaHrenlian^  .. a.il.'   6-  New tires, excellent  bo.!,, new brakes, mechanical'-'"  Is   {'���.}_   paint   good, radio.  Ph.  ...... ..:ti*:..    __ ..  . 4881  1903 OIiDSMPBII.E.new lires,  i.e\^    brakes,    new    battery,  running   condition.   $250.   Ph.  883-9905. 895-1  -Pf*S-  :.   ROOM  cottage,  .    2100. '  Phone 885-  870-1  1959    METEOR,     runs ' good.  .M.ICDWOOM suite overlooking  harbour. $175 month. Stove,  fridge,   heat   included.   Available Jan.  1. Phone 886^9563.  892-1  MODERN two bedroom apartment in Gibsons. Heat and  electricity supplied, excellent  loca" ion. Available Dec. 1st.  Phone   886-7389. 487-3  Ph.   880-2647.  809-3  ���19(i!)   CAPRI   Special   pick-up,  fihri>glas canopy. Phone 883-  2220.    * 873-3  1964 CHEVROLET 6 cyl.  s7d.  2 door, snow tires, $325. Bob  883-2485   evenings. 877-1  1969  AUSTIN,   reliable,   econ.  transportation.     New     tires.  Phone  885-9035. 875-3  KITTENS,   house  broken.  Ph7  886 9575 after 6  pm.    891-3  FREE    to    good    homes,    one  month   old,   part  black   Lab  puppies.   Ph.   885-2080.       900-3  HEALTHY    half  -   Doberman  pups, good as pets or guard  dogs. Free to good homes. Ph.  883-2492. 893-1  PUPPIES ready  to go.  Phone  886-2535. 894-3  WORK WANTED  DRESSMAKING   and   alterations. Phone 886-7589. 470-tfn  FURNACE    installations    and  burner   service.    Free    estimates.  Ph. 886-7111.       . 36-tfn  TYPEWRITERS,  adding  machines, repairs and  sales. Ph.  P.K.I.-7111. 7-tfn  COLLINS  Handyman  Service.  Duroid   roofing   and   repairs,  digging,      hauling,       panting,  eumentrv   etc." Ph.   885-2391.  676-tfn  ��  COMING EVENTS  FUN night of square dancing  at Wilson Crock Hall, Sat,  Dec. HI, 8 p.m. Refreshments  served 10:30 -p.m. Everybody-  welcome, young or old, previous dtincer or not, Tickets al  door, '7fk."! oty.ll. or-phono: 885-'���'���  2438. 89(1-3  BIRTHS  GIBSONS AND SECHELT  WESTERN DRUGS  ... aro pleased lo sponsor this  Plrth   Announcement  space,   and  oxtcndi Bost Wishes to tho happy  parents.  STEININCIKI. - Hurry unci  l.lncln uro plo.tf.od tu nm.oiin-  oe Iho hirih ol tholr huh, Rob-  on John, 7 IIih, l..i<j oz,, ul  SI, Mui.v'h MuHptitil tm Nuvein-  ' lH'l�� -I, 11)715, ,IIII4-I  '^M.Hh.M-'S liiiri'liMiiul Judy"  it   hnby   nli'l   .h'niill'or   Roue,  nil OL'tul.or 28, (I Ihft., _\_ ozs,  ���    H74-1  CARDS OF THANKS 7  MY Hliieoro Ihnnlui for' tlio  wonderful euro rocolvcU  from llio miming Hlul'f of SI.  Mi.u'.v'filhmpllitl, Boehalt,dm-.  in/1 i'woiii lllneim, Spoolnl  \\\t\\\__   ID Dr, Kitmutn for'liiii  EWART McMYNN  REALTY & INSURANCE  Multiple:   Listings   Service  Box  238, Gibsons,  B.C.  SELMA PARK: Summer home  Full asking price $11,900.  This place must be sold so if  you have a truck to trade or  what have you, don't hesitate  with  your offer.  GIBSONS: Four lots commercial property, terrific view,  on all utilities, just the spot  for conduminium-apartment or  what have you.  GIBSONS: New home, two  bed,, flat lot, close to school  and shopping. Could qualify -  for $5,000 gov. second mortgage. $2,000- plus bank mortgage could put you in this very  attractive home if you qualify.  WATERFRONT HOMES: We  still have three very nice  hom,es all on sandy beaches  and quite secluded yet handy  to all services. Buy now at  this years prices as they will  he sure to go up in the spring.  LOWER ROAD: Two excellent  ��� building  lots, closo  lo  grind,  ��� neacl'i; On paved road, Wnlel1  conned ions, Hydro and phone  available. Lois have been  : (.electively cleared, Some view  (jhtahiijhle. F.P.' $5,600, Terms  considered.  "HOPKINS   LANDTAG:   Lrtr'ge  view lot (61x172 ft.) Lot, is  gently sloping with a splendid  pullopk   over   Howe   Sound.  Property    has    seven. 1    good  *t'rtear*P;Pr!|i0i200r--~--^'-*----'  ROBERTS ���QnteKK ACREAGE:  2,007itores .(.f,. HllruoUvp,���w.oll.,  Irood ond lovol land, This acre-  ftfjo hitK 200 fl. TronU\f_o on  paved roiid. CompuinMy wntor,  hydro, mul phono uro id) uvulh  utile, Thin Is potential view  proporly, noitr bench nnd closo  , lo ftiore mul P.wl pl'ftco, Quiih  11 v ��iT0it|',e; make your offer  new,  P.P. $14,000, OFFERS,  J/Iomber '  Vnncoiivor Renl E,slnte Bonrd  ,    PHONE 800-2248  'Notary Public" 7  LISTINGS WANTED  VlncePrewer        a86-?359.  Wqlly Peterson     886-2377  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. Bok 128, Gibsons,  880-7522. 481-3  MORTGAGES  1st AND 2nd MORTGAGES  Residential   -   Commercial  Recreational  All types of real estate financing   including  builders  loans.  Fast appraisal service.  ACADIAN  MORTGAGE  CORP.  LTD.  2438   Marine   Drive,  West    Vancouver,   B.C.  Plume  020-3256  8227-tfn  ODD jobs. $2 per hour. Phone   -  B86-2680.       787-tfn  PEERLESS TREE  SERVICES  A complete Tree Service  Phone 885-2109  8231-tfn  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  BOOKKEEPER,  girl  Friday,  new  to area  seeks  permanent employment. Ph. 885-2692.  888-3  BOATS & ENGINES  SELL or trade on property  cabin cruiser, K.C. thermo-  lile, full canvas top, 120 Volvo  Penta, electric lift, depth sounder, many extras, tendem trailer. $3000. David Ball, Derocho,  Phone   826-8854   (Mission).  897-3  PENDER HARBOUR  OYSTER LAGOON: Lovely parklike lot on Kent Road, good  building  or  mobilo  home  site.   Asking   $6,000 pn  easy  terms.  WATERFRONT: Protected'moorage and a beautiful view are tho  main features of 'this Bargain Harbour property. There's also a  3   room   cabin  which   Is   no  great   shakes,   but   could   be.   Price  $19,500, terms,  WATERFRONT: 275' of deep protected moorage on A beautiful  .acres in the heart of Madeira Park. Property has been Iqndscaped  and prepared for resort buildings with all roads and campsites  completed. $50,000,  JOCK HERMON���883-2745 (Any Time)  r; ii  ���TO?5  R��AL ESTATE AND INSURANCE  NOTARY PUBLIC. AND APPRAISALS  Gibsons, B.C. 886-2481  j3;i&M,iaLj\toito  (I   Cl.iudlii, Itoom No   HH, Box .M, Glbnonn, BA  "' " -���  "**       ''Ilf^r ' : '-"- ���" '"���������" -    U247-1  JOHN BEN [ID.   _, Real .Estato.. 8t,.Jnsurance,_._ :,.���,, ^_.  Ponclor Harbour - Egmont - Earl's Cove  WATERFRONT ACREAGE���6Y% acres with 425' of  baac'i; 700' on highway. Idoal for Marina, Hotel-  Motol or what hayo yoM,'"Or/"lclQQl'for'condominium"'  .     for   . or"5 families,I FP $49,900.  PENDER HAR30UR MARINA ^ Good businoss.pro^  "ppaltlon-vviih-wlntcrlncbmerOwnorrequlrerchanger^  Just $60,000 FP; offers bn down paymonl.  ACR[;AGr;-���Approx, 7 acros on Mlflhway 10); with  500' of frontage, FP $15,000.  ��m^miim*W��41'*>-*94>l"l*4i���W4lf4l4#lll99>^l*^^  For .retirement plans there, 1$ no better area than Redrooffs, We offer q big lot (more than an acre), levoj,  lovely trees, not far from Sechelt, for only $6,000.  ''Investigate'I'hls7.  mi�� ���I'l�� ���*���������������'���!.. ��.������'��� -q  2 bedroom stucco, view hBmtt, "Flroplaco, carport;   guest house, auto, oil hoat, ensulte ��� plumbing, F(P,  ,$22,900, Good torms on, bank mortoqgp....qYP|..lqb|,Q,   VIEW newly remodollod 2 bedroom homo wiih baso-  ment and qarporl  on  Hlllcrost,   Fireplace,1 Kllchon  ,,   .   range, ,$23,500.,    ,  h" ' ./I       '  GOWKR, POINT AREA Va acre lolT^fOM^Tasy-  to clear with nice trees. Closo ifo beac.v$5;000 lo  $6,000, A good Investment, AH sorvlcos In pr avail.  > '    able,  mm*.  ��� .���tr^to-^y fB�����<*fwww>>   T  SEMI'WATfiRFRONT'tOT^NIcely'TrcedrooodiQcq^  tion, wator and power availablo, Only  100 paces  ,..  .    from beach: FP $7000, with V% down,     . ,  ' <     I   H I *  '     I NEED LISTINGS  Call ,Jolin preen at 883-2794 (24 hours)  SIDE BY SIDE DUPLEXES 4 units In all, two �� bed-  room.and lwo 1,,bedrQQm,iFireplaces, utility rpoms,  fr|(;|gaa, sloyos, sheds on largo landscaped y(ew jot,  ^bhe-bloclHrom^  throe  out or simple  Investment,  Good  terms  on  .   $57,000, lJlno^s:f6rcos'sQ(Q, Mortgage available. �����  ZONED MULTI-FAMILY.1 View ac'reag? on School  ^Rt>a^r^cetf��Trt^frartTnent*?ltf^  ^From-$8i800-for*^7Qcro*to*$ 12/000*for-q--f(.ill-'OcrcT  LISTINGS���WANTiSD  K. A. Crosby 806.2098 -J.  E, White 886-2935  J, Vlsser 885-2300 -Mike Blaney 886-7436  "It*  1 i  * JL  REAL ESTATE  Box 769  SECHELT, B.C.  885-2241  Vancouver Direct Line MU5-5544  See us at our Office across from the Sechelt Bus Depot  FOR A COPY OF OUR LATEST LISTINGS ON  CHOICE WATERFRONT, VIEW LOTS, HOMES  AND ACREAGE ��� CALL LEN & SUZANNE VAN  EGMOND ��� Local 885-2241 or Direct from Vancouver MU5-5544.  SELMA PARK WATERFRONT  REVENUE PROPERTY ON THE BEACH ��� $300 per month, plus  owner suite. Close to store, fishing and boat harbor.  Ideal retirement area. Full Drice only $45,000; terms. CALL LEN or SUZANNE VAN EGMOND,-Days-885.2241,.eves.,885-9683   READY TO MOVE INTO  3 bi   loom  home,  lovely stone  fireplace,  wall to wall.  On   large  corner   lot,   close   to   beach   and   all   conveniences.   Asking   only  $24,900.  CALL  LEN or SUZANNE VAN  EGMOND,  days 885-  2241, eves. 885-9683.  TRAILER LOT WITH VIEW  This kind of  lot  is hard to find. Close to beach   fdlv  serviced.  CALL LEN or SUZ \NNE VAN EGMOND days 885-2241,  eves.  885-9683.  VIEW LOT 7/2 ACRE  Iri  the Village  of Sechelt,  nicely treed and  across street  from  beach access. CALL LEN or SUZANNE VAN EGMOND 88S-2241,  eves. 885-9683.  2000 sq. ft. 4- bedroom, 22x24 rec. room., wall to wall carpets,  fireplace in large view living room. 2 large lots, landscaped. Horse  barn. 500 feet to safe oubllc beach. Real value at $33 90O; terms.'  CALL SUZANNE or LEN VAN EGMOND days 885-2241,  eves.  885-9683.  LOT - SECHELT  Nice .residential  lot, close to all facilities;  ready to build on ���  only   $5,500.   CALL   LEN   or  SUZANNE   VAN   EGMOND   days  885-2241, eves. 885-9683.  LOTS FOR $2,000  4 only at Grantham's Landing. 50' x 1007 CALL NOW, LEN or*'  SUZANNE VAN EGMOND 885-2241, eves. 885-9683;  FLAT WATERFRONT LOT  One of a kind!  Arbutus trees, sunny exposure,  boat  launching  ���rqmp close by,qood water;- truly a beautiful, a; Halfmopn  Bay area,  CALL NOW, LEN or SUZANNE VAN EGMOND'885-2241, or  eves. 885-9683.  WEST SECHELT HOME  2 bedroom home,  fireplace. On nice lot, overlooking Troll  Islands,   Asking   $29,500,   CALL   LEN   or   SUZANNE   VAN   EG-  MOND 885-2241, evos, 885-9683.  SELMA PARK  Hlflhway locotlon.,,vloW, sorvlcod lot, good soil,, pot,far from store,  F,P, $5,500, Coll Stan or Jack Anderson, c|ays 885-2241, ovos,  885-2053 or 885-2385,  UNDER7CONSTRUCTION7i:SEi:MK:P^RlC, ":��� ���  Now 1,1 Op sq, ft, homo on ar) oxcbjlont vlow lot, Good afoq, Two  bloc! v to* beach. FmII basempnt,* roMghod-ln plumblno, flroplaco  up & down, Sundeck across front of bulldllnq, Full prlco $29,500,  Call Ston ;.or. Jock.!-AndcrwriA.days ",885.22'4l... evoa/a 885-2053 ���  '������' '  "'      ������       '      or 88^2385, "   .   '  .     4,,     ���    ..  , RCffiERfSXREEK^ ,2 ,,,���,, .,, .,   3 bMlldlno lots, all 70x 150, [Fully sorvlcod, Olqcktop road. Closo t  bcQt.li. F.P. $5,950 ca.Cc.ll Ston or Jack Anderson, days 985-224  ���WW  DAYIS  BAY  Two, bedroom,  full .basement,  older* homo ,on ylow  lot.  Vinyl  ���-.Blcllnn,  carpotod  fjoors,aiitorniitlc'oil   furnaco,   Sundock.   F,P,'  $24,900,  Call Slan or Jack' Aodorsoh7 days 885-2241; ovfls7  885-2053 or 885-2385,  to  �� .~���"~. ���>���-, 7,���DAVIS44BAY -.-.- .-I .-:.: a ,.,   Waiorfront 60x150 lot. Two bedroom coitapo, flroplaco, electric   heal, Cqrpbrt.sundock.F.P, $5?,5,900, CallStPn or Jack' Ahdor-  i   son, days 885-2241 j'ovM, 885-2053 or 885-2385,  '    DAVIS BAY  Unfinished home, Two,bedroom cottage on Vt ,.cn lot, Quiet  7< street,.-Two Iblock*  from a beach,   Lot - li. trced^'flno-'vlav/r- F.P.���  $15,250, Coll  Stan or Jack' Andorson,  days 885-2241, ovon,  885-2053 or 885-2385. ,  ;-���';,"���" " '-.'(v ';'';sel'MAjpark"!"!"", ���,���"'���'���""���   .70nMO view, lot RoBldonllal aroq, Blacktop,road, Fully sflifylcod,  Nlcoly  troocl,  F.P,   $5,950,  Call  Stqn or Jack  Andaman,  days  8B5t224I, ovos, 883-2053 or 883-2385,  .   , , 1  '' ....  S/SIW HOOK,  ^7.'4~frrwatcrfmntr5loplno'landrExcollenrmoom  fir troos, Good iwlmmlna, F.P. $15,750, Call Slan or Jack Ander-  fcorr, days 885-2241, eves, 885-2053 or 885-2385,  ^|<III.��IIHHIIH.PIW ������������������WM��  ��� WEST SECHELT   ���  s^!|^aC|flJCIMJC��.4J9t#JV\p^  way, Dulltllno silo propowd, 0n�� Wojk from beach, F.P, $7,950  ^tn"$trOpw()9WnrColt,AStonworJqck''Ander5onrMoyr'8^  ��v��i. 883-2033 or 885-2385.  '  4  I     ll  ,     '    ' ���       REDROOFFS     7    ' 7  'Sflfflcnt Bay. %?c���/A9��<l.i,^V_,5COM' W,\\\ 70^293, heavily  Ireed on��^ flat.^F.P, $3>60.,Cctll $ton pr Jiick Andofwn.doya  886-2241, ovos, 885-2053 or 88$>2389. ,  ,  \v  PENDER HAteOtiR and E6M0NT  SILVER SANDS  2 B.R. home oh level vlevHot with creek through property. Patio,  carport and storaqe^ofea. $16,500.  ^ MADEIRA PARK SERVICE STATION  Business   and   property  ���  choice corner   lot   in   Madeira   Park.  2 bay concrete block^arage building, some equipment <?nd toots.  An exceptionally good buy fo> $2t>,<Jt>U.  LARGE ACREAGE  1. Mixal    Lake���157   acres   with   timber���550'    waterfront���  $50,000.  2. Dark Cove, ���Jervis Inlet���Approx.  1   mile waterfront���184  acres���3 good buildings���$150,000.  3. Secret Cove aiea���160 acres���roads and trai|s throughout���  fairly level property���$70,000.  4   Pender Harbour���approx. 33 acres���approx.  1800' waterfront  ���$85,000.  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 included in price of $29,000.  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. Sorr\e cleared ready for building.  MADEIRA PARK  2 yr. old ranch style home with 4 bedrooms. Electric heat, cqr-  port. 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'x36' shop building, fully insulated. Situated on an attractive  veiw lot and close to school, stores, po'sfoffice and marinas.  - _:... $37,500         ... ...:,..... ,..,...  VIEW LOTS ��� GARDEN BAY ESTATES  In o beautiful setting, serviced with paved road, water and hydro.  Public access to waterfront. Close to stores,. marinas and post  office. One steep lot at $3,000, the balance priced from $6,000  to  $10,000.  WARNOCK ROAD  Level    lot,    79'x200'.    Excellent   mobile    home    site.    $6,200.  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.  KLEINDALE ON HIGHWAY 101  Over 9 gently sloping acres with 2 small houses, roads throughout property. Price firm at $22,000.  MOBILE HOME SITES  '  Several  lots available.  EGMONT LOTS  Waterfront lots���7$ 11,000 to $13,000.  BARGAIN HARBOUR WATERFRONT HOME  Good, older home, 2 BR on main t|oor, 2 BR on upper floor; oil  furnace, electric range,'frig and some furniture, 54 ft. level water-  * front lot. Asking $29,000.  EARL COVE RESTAURANT  at  Earl  Cove  Ferry Terminal.  Busy  year-round  location  at  lhe  best-location on tho Sunshine Cpast, Includes land, business, res-  ,,r tauranl,,,bMlld,ing,., restaurant,..oqulpmont, and, small ^okiie [trailer.,;  SMALL ACREAGE WITH WATERFRONT  , 1..Sakinaw Lake���13.8 acres���approx, 350! choice waterfront-^ ,  $33,000.  2. Oyster Bay���nearly 10 acres In Pender Harbour���approx, 550'  waterfront ��� fruit trees ��� $45,000,  3. E&rrioht���over 7  acros���approx.  560'  waterfront���excellent   '  ,...WWKSlte��,far4,a mobilo-..home., park���paved* Maplo- Rdi^runs1* through**-  property���$50,000,  ���-������"���������r"" ��� '"'* '   t-OT AT MADEIRA'PARK'" " ' "" '"c';";  I00'x|72' lot���fow hundred foot to'stores, school, Inorlnqs, qnd  Govt, whorl. $5,000.  ���;, NEAR MADEIRA P/\RK  ,'.,...,..,,.,���.,,,,  ' Nw how 2 B'&'flpmp ori'apppx.. % acre lovol iS., H^ electric  huallng, fireplace, w/y cqrpot, ntorogo anol corpijrt.  $21,$Q0.      '. vl.' "'.' .���, LAGOON ROAD        ,7.    ,  3 good'building lots;' easy' walk to school, stores, ppst'pfflco and'  rnqrlnas, $6,000 each.  ��� GARDEN BAY  Attractive 3  BR home-approx.  100'  from waterffpnt^dblfl,  plumbing,, flroplaco, BMndack, Fine vlow of Harhowr, Beautifully   t^ lE!',SC?P^,j:^'iQ,4,!0U..^5*PP9?.| , ...ll,,-,,, ��,��.���..  JnYp,tor? qnd D^volopors '   ,  ^M^#!MaMaK_��p|i^l.^Vi^ I iT\lw. ^wwt^wwrtw^^  mlmmid^iiM^m  ���t.w..^t-tn^.vmmt.i-"t.i^iin'"tl���'-ir^^^f9fw,.��...lp.-��r**>a��^-.���ri.*T*��irn *..*w.vr .-...'.' .   w . ������i....i:-^i..-vn^^f^;��.����.-���--v^.^^-^r. **.;*....*��� �� <r --- w w^l 'f. Mup.m���ji.��� .tr-. utm.p. HR'viiiwji-."I-^WIM".",..|,ll,��t. i^Mflm*1^"  " Parllally developed po. alblo 86 lot nubdlvlitlpn alto on 37 view  ., PCfoa, or,,F,ranclu fonlnsulo,. Approx, 3,900 ft. of��� primary rood  construatod to Rorvlco approx, 56 lots,  Potential for 30 moro  iota, YYoior mom on S.Erboundary of proporly qnd own gravol  '   pl>; olao pn -P^portyf AaKtnn price $150,000. ��� ��� '  ,    BROOKS COVE-HALFMOON BAY  ���sindoqk,Jill bathroom,.propono.ranao ond fridge.-AH furnlturo,-.-  c&so ftVmC'Jtfllul,i(l' .NoVuwiy.%��i ZPrt<'.  only~a50 (t, from parking lot \. houso .Immediate poMon.   f29(O0O,  VIEW LOTS.-. QARDEN BAY  Vory largo porkllka loi,,> omlooklnn Pondor HarlMur, Priced from  ���  ' ' WJOfMo .f'6,000. ���     ���  ', GARDEN BAY  -6-B.Rr.|.omo-onH03��-^  :    lourhi davolopmani, $50,000..       ��     '  _ , < ���  - Many other vlow ond w9tor|w, lot, Irx tl'io Pondor Harbour area  '  R^AkTY UTO.  MQdelrq Pqrk, 0.C,      ;  Phono Pondor Harbour 883,2233  ��u_��im. u*w^wt*!iii��w��wnf"��Mi��_uW��w^w  r-JWWI-iWMiWWi/ rf*wn'��'������**'H!-w��Hp*i  jfHymw^iMtti^gW^MWtitiiH  nt��*ir***��+# -h#p*i  +*r4_tn*m***w+fsm  atifa^BtW.'TaJMll.tfUVHHWi^. ��KAM|il.w^<HM< WM"i^W1, WWW WffcfWWWW��PtW��*  ���WWWWW^MffqWI.WtiMIW'Wl'. BtWWWII.'*1����W.i 1��.|W* I  ���l'  .  .- \ v  FOR SALE  \  DINGER     washer.   x perfect  i-ondilion.  Ph. ��8(\24fi2.    882-1  Fl REPLACE   wood~7o7"sale  Dried  alder,  maple and  flr.  Phone .883-3417. . titH-ttn  *-\ ^ ��� ? 7-  MARINE ACCESSORIES  Paint���Fibreglass���Rope-rr- _  -     Canvfis���-Boat Hardware  Compressed air service  NYGREN SALES  (1971) LTD.  Phone 886-9303, Gibsons, B.C.  FOR SALE (Continued) FOR SALE (Continued) ��� LIVESTOCK (Continued)  WORK   CLOTHES-sportswear  or  what   have you   at "Morgan's  Men's   Wear. 587-tfn  FIREPLACE   wood,   $25   cord,  delivered...Phme ���ttVtt-.V.if.  _7-.t>-tf.i  CiUf.    bed    witboul    mattress,  top   condition,   $40.   Console  T.V., 4 years old,  $70.  Phone  886-7565.  483-1  SEGHELT AGENCIES LTD.  Member of the Multiple Listing Service  E:  Office 885-2235  From Vancouver Toll Free - ZEnith 2012  AIRPORT   ROAD * .       #2455  *.��our bedroom   home  on   large  lot,   135x140,   with   privacy  trees  "b     roadside.   One   block   to   bus.   Short   wolk   to   beaches.   Full  cer.��.  '   basement  nearly  new  auto,  oil   furnace.   Full   price, now  only   $19,600   cash.   Buy   now   before   the   price   increase.   Call  Bob Kent at 885-9.46 1 eves, or anytime 885-2235.  GRANTHAMS ��� Southerly View ~ #2717  BARGAINS ARE SCARCE. Here's one. Basically sound side-by-  side duplex or large family home. Double plumbing, 100 amp.  service, oil furnace, firm foundation 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  and mostly in lawn. Fine 2 bedroom home with fireploc.e in living  room. Ovelooks ocean. Ample kitchen and dining area. Covered  sundeck Forced hot air heating. AmDle crawl soace 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 #2$69  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 $6,0i00  down payment as low as $1,485.00, good terms On balance.  Call Don Hadden 885-9504 or Peter Smith 885-9463 eves, br  office 885-2235.  ROBERTS CREEK #2733  Over 1,000 square feet in this 2 bedroom home with full concrete basement and auto oil furnace. Situated On one acre Gf  gently sloping land on-the high side of Highway 101. Full price  ..,���.-,.���. .$25,000..Call Don Hadden���885-9504 eves.  -   , ,-7  SECHELT VILLAGE #2593  Excellent level cleared lot in area of good  homes,  near schools,  shops. $5,250 cash or $5,750 terms. CALL C. R. GATHERCOLE  ' at 886-2785.  DAVIS - SELMA #2543  Only one lot left in this desirable area. Seventy feet-on paved  road with high potential view. Normal services available. Less  than $6,000 full price. Call Bob Kent or Peter Smith, 885-2235  anytime.  SELMA PARK . #2587  Investor or builder ��� this lot 100x135 fronts on two streets,  lowest price in area, but an excellent lot. Priced at $5,200, much  below other offerings. To view call Peter Smith,  885-2235 eves..  SELMA PARK VIEW #2723  New! Three bedrooms, living room with heatalator fireplace,  beautiful kitchen, sun porch, cement basement. All electric home,  qualifies for Government.. ��ndMoftgqge7of. $.5,QQ'Q. vendor will  carry 1st of $22,0007 Features' warm paneling and wall to wall  rugs  plus   delightful   color   scheme.   Call   Bob   Kent,   885-2235  anytime.  SELMA PARK #2656  One of the finest view lots high up in Selma Park has a new  2 bedroom mobile home all ready for occupancy. If has been  approved by CSA, the building inspector and the bank. Lot si/c  16,450 sq. ft, Full price $17.90.0. to view Call Don Hadden,  885-9504 eves. ���  RUBY LAKE WATERFRONT' ���     #2*36  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 $11,000, terms "'may be con^  sidered. Call Peter Smith at 885-9463 eves, or office.  SELMA PARK WATERFRONT V/2405  ���Flfty.nlne.Jeet.,pf.;'f^  other recreqtion activity,' Suitable for two families or live in one  houso, rent the at;hor, 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;1        '       ���  RARE WATERFRONT ACREAGE       .��  Thirty acres, 700 foet wafcrfronfage, Water access only, Stream,  Several acres cleared; $60>,000: Call Jack Warn, 886-268 V evesi.  iii_Jiai��,i|__���ti4,\il,:iit4iiZ;if/teii&,H'tt4iir��illtl*M.i* /��. .*���  .fel./^irawtljjj'Ra*  DAVIS BAY      ,   i , ,   , #3742  Lovol lot close to the beach and store at Davis Bay It' is situated  Iri a "quiet" area ��of' good homos onWhltakcr Road, Lot sli.o Is  70 loot frontage, by 125 feel deep, Cash prlco $6,700, Call Don  ' Haddon . , . 8135-9504,ovos',  D^flS BAY  LaftiQ  . ���,,, ; iWB  i.v..yv lot on,black lopped Arbutus Drive area of all now homes,  Some view/ bxcollonl' 'bolfantlnl, Total price Is $5,500 and just  a$?,,000 down;'flood terms, Call Pater Smith .7 . 885*9463 ovos,  .i    i or office,  ,�� | _���_���������_��,������_. 11  I !��������� 11 ���__���__, H  SECHEbT-.* QUALITY   ���   , ,      ���     ���   '    '    #2423,  Throo bodrbbm, valuo'for your money homo, Cornor lot With vlbsv  and, low, lovol. access to boot ing, Bo,, a'h envied owner of q homo  which''contains many features: onsulto 'plwmbinp/ 2 fireplaces,  warmly paneled HvlhQ room, wall to wall carpeting, auto, oil  ' heating and hot' water/ urider'Qi'Wd parking; laroo sundeck.  Many more too riumorouis to meritl&n hero, Why not makq an  appointment'now qnd soo for ypursfclf tho 'IwXMry'home'that awaits  ....for. $37,900,,full,,prlco,,wllh,term?.avolloblo,,Call,anytime,.,,, .  885-2235 for Bob Kent,      .  LOVE   seat,   good    condition  $100  or  offer.   Ph.   885-^(Wl  . ���- 887-1  'EUEJ..ER. Bru^h representative  I'm- Wo-^t \Rp��-hptf _ -,\wt ^w  y��ou\l*5 via and iwluduv V7.ii1.  \rV;..e. -tM.m.o '"Wrs. Y".7��.;i ?��..'���-  Court. .Siit; 78.".!). 87!_.U'.i.  TYPEWRITER,   Remington   15  inch   carriage,   good   condition,   guaranteed,   $70.   Phone  880-7157. 484-1  HEATHKIT   radio   telephone.  and channel  with antennae  Phone 885-2695. ,    872-1  KENMCRE washer spin dryet  5  months  old.  Ph.  886-7820  _'__  480-1  ���DINING room suite. $65; vacuum,  $10;   roil-a-way  cot,  $8;  misc.  household  items. :.}_  gal'  ,S/W revolver, $70; 4 Uniroyai  tieer-paw tires; F60 and 960x  1-5, $160. Ph. 885-2266, Dennis.  8761  TEAK sideboard app. 80"\19"-  29" H. $ir.0. Radio rec. pi  comb. $125. Can be seen al  M. warnock Bargain Harbour  Phone 883-2305. 899-3   v : ,  ' '_;  8"   FLOOR  model   table   saw,  ���'tilt- -arbor,    complete    with  motor. $75. Ph. 884-5253. 885-3  FURNITURE. Phone  886^7565.  1001-1  SWIFT Feeds ��� H. Jacotison,  Swift   dealer.  Nor'West  Rd.,  . Secheltv. Phone 885r9369. Chicken feeds'\ - 'Horse feed - Hog.  ���s feed   -   Cattle   feed.. Hay   and  "M?f.-r ���.'ee'/.�� ()v'order \ y.:VK-t't'ri  -   QUALITY- FARM SUPPLY  ,  Open: 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.  Tuesday  to  Saturday ^  ,   Complete  Line "bf:  ��� Buckerfield's Products  ��� Purina  Dog   &  Cats Foods  Pratt Road, West Gibso^  Phone 88x6-7527  8241-52  v  nings aroun  it  V  %   ..  V  ie  The Ven\n^ula Times Page fc&  Wednesday, November ��9,71972  \    7  LEGAL NOTICES  HELP WANTED  .Fleetwood Logging Co. Ltd.  " LOGGERS SEEKING  EMPLOYMENT  Grapple Operator  2 Steel Spar Hookers  Rigging Slinger  Landing Man  Transportation daily from  Port Mellon to camp and return. Interested parties call  Vancouver Radio Telephone  for JVIcNab Creek or write to  Box 110, Port Mellon, B.C. All  enquiries, attention Tony Dur-  alia or phone 885-2435', after  6 p.m. Attention W. Brad-  shaw. 8242-52  OFFICE     work    for     mature  . woman.__ with .....some .book-.  keeping:" experience! Ph. 885-  2241   for  interview. 1000-1  LIVESTOCK  NOTICE  The undernamed .carriers  have made application to the  Public Utilities Commission to  increase certain rates and  charges between the Vancouver area and Squamish,, Pern- *  berton, Powell River aleas and  the Sec-belt Peninsula.  Subject to the consent of the.  Commission  proposed   increases will become effective on or   ���  after January  2nd,   1973.  Details of proposed changes ,  may be obtained from the carriers'  office.  Any representations regarding this application may be  made to the Superintendent of��  Motor Carriers, 1740 West  Georgia Street, Vancouver 5,  B.C. up to December 15th,  1972.  PACIFIC   TARIFF   SERVICE  LTD.  Tariff Agent   for:  SQUAMISH TRANSFER  LTD.  SUNSHINE   TRANSPORT  LTD.        ���  HANSEN'S  TRANSFER. LTD.  8246-pub.   November  29,   1972.  REGISTERED purebred Arabian 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 quiet. Lovely  conformation, $700. All are in  good health, sound. To be sold  to responsible parties only.  Terms ' available. 886-2160.  Brushwood Farms, R.R. 1,  Pratt Rd. Gibsons. 878-tfn  THE  PENINSULA TIMES  MacGREGOR PACIFIC REALTY  Box 779, Gibsons, B.C.  SERVING THE SUNSHINE COAST"  Call Lorrie Girard 886-7244 or, 886-7760.  YOU JUST CAN'T BEAT THIS  j "���"���'  ���WLOVELY^  EIRA PARK, THERE'S OVER 1300 SQ.FT. LIVING ,  .���SPACE^ONE ANDONE HAL^PATHROOMS,NIGE   LIVING/DININ&, AREA WITH EXPENSIVE W/W  GAS FURNACE, WIRED FOR WASHfR AND PRYER.  IT'S RIGHT ACROSS, STREET FROM, EXCELLENT  MOORAGE AND.. LESS XUAN7-5 MU'..WALK TA  SHOPPING CENTRE. ONLY TWO YEARS OLp AND  A FINE BUY AT.$21,500'ON EASY TERMS (LESS  ���������''������'--���-������-������������*--'���'���'��� ="FOR,,CASH''T"!)"J:l",,i"l,^,w" ������''"'"'���"������������"��� '  JOCK HERMON "'  ���    883-2745 (any lime)  ,    CHARLES ENGLISH LIMITED    '  Sholtorocl inooropo Is hard |o find bul hero Is your opportunity  to Mop q float ancl boot In front of lhls oontly nloplnn properly,  Thoro Is o wldo^pMth-wOStorly vlaw from the'2 bedroom hpmo '  nltuatod ,300 foot owdy froip lho'highway and a aubst cottapo to  toko enro of llio wookoiidorn. Soo It nqw while ln�� prlco Is only  '    ^30,000, Phono Pon H��Won, 885-950-1 ovo?,v,   -    ,  WILSON CREEK WATERPRONT '        ���        >2701  'Summer homo or pofmariont uao, <iulot safe 8|��t for your children, Tliiris a fur,hl9hdd  Puplcx,' ooch ono bedroom,  Combo  llvlno-KIfchorirs^  vostmonlva-or.cowld-conyprt to .alnolo, wao.. Match flila valuo at.  $5,800'/ on loyoltSO foot, loaso lot, qllsorvlcoil.To ylow coll Poter  ,    ,, Smith ., ,,'885.94153 oves, or office.  BUSINESS AND  INVESTMENTS /f��50  If you aro Intorostod, In acquiring o Imslnois, an Invostmont property or o homo or combinations, call l3o!> Kent anytime ,' , ,  7 ..,,, .;...:    , ������ . ,'.: ,���   ,805-2235.       ,  :ASK-l-OR��F.REEXATALC^UI;^OrlREAU.ESTAT.R���  Bo?< 155, Sochelt  * Or Gait Toll' Fr<?e from tho Greater;Vancouver*1 Aw  ..   ' 7  ',���  . .   ,  'V.^Enlth 2012  '(fc&O.E.)  ��  \  mam  4     *���    J f". >���      t .. l   I ��      ��(l M If 4   - *      *  GOT AN  IDEA  THAT WILL IMPROVE  YOUR COMMUNITY?  Last winter the LOCAL INITIATIVE  PROGRAM created more than 92,000  lobs:  ^iMwfc����.wimtwf��wifrtt��rww.  [**tt<t99WU4bi*m**iylJiiiia*i_9mi-. UHH#t*ii9inmt��  �� COMMUNITIES FROM COA^T TO COAST  BENEFITED IN MANY WAYS THROUGH THE  CREATION OF: ,  1 t  i < i  ��� Community Store Front Services  ���a Adyonti.ro (Playgrounds , ,.,   4.-T-.. Sorvlcos,for the Handicapped  , -�� Children'* Progiami  ���i Help for Senior Clt.xanir  ���^ Parks 7_ Hiking Trails  ���9 Environmental Programs  ���7- VHIaa'o Water Supplies  1 f���* Community Centres  ���- Cultural Proarams,  <">N THE Nov. 17-and'1-8 weekend, El-  pliiuslone's senior boy.s' basketball  f'':i",i. ^w(- t.tv,^ ,'.',eni.nr rlieor(eaders tra-  x<-tia>l \n Prmrt^o... Tlitere the Cougars  IKiiiaTYiaied i-n "their first tournament,  ;is ut'll as their, first game of the season.  The trip ,got underway at 6:45 Friday  ���mWning ^-hen the team' caught the first  ferry On arrival at Horseshoe Bay everyone divided up into .Mr. Grant's camper  and 'Mr. Dew's van, all set for the long  tnp ahead.1*  After an hour or so of easy travelling"  ���' ship was mr.de at Hope for a break-  fa'isl stop. Tho next leg of the trip was  'at 1km- uncomfortable for some members  'of. Mr. Dew's van, due to the winding  i"ad. but we finally made it to" Manning  Park Lodge. After lunch at Manning  V'aik Lodge, the team relaxed in the  loin.s'.p area. The team rOached Prince-  ion  at   1:^0 .p.m.-  Elphinstone defeated Columneetza  CouRars, of Williams Lake 64-50. Just  after players on both teams were introduced' to the crowd, a telegram ad-  dressed to our team was received. It  read: "To Elphinstone Cougars; good kick  boys, wish we could be there���Love Sue,  Kathy and "Wendy." The wire, was from  three former cheerleaders.  Klphinstone began by pressing Col-  umnoeiza into playing a ninning game,  nnd managed to gain a quick lead. However, at the close of the first half, we  .were  only   ahead   by  two   baskets.  The game was actually won in the  third quarter as Elphinstone outscored  20-11, making the final score 64-50 in  our favour. Both coaches felt the game  was a good team effort with the1 hustle  of the Elphinstone guards making the  difference. High scorer was Art Dew with  19. Wayne Smith scored 14, while Bi-ad  Norris and captain Bill Sneddon each  added   8.       ��� '     .  Since both Elphinstone and Similka-  mppn won Friday night, we played off  in the first championship round Saturday. The Cougars easily overwhelmed the  inexperienced' Similkameen team 57-26.  Coach Garry .Gray was quite proud of  the great, team -effort displayed by our  players in this game. Centre Brad Norris  made 11 points, Lee Wolverton and  Wayne Smith 10 each, and Art Dew and  Bill Sneddon 7 apiece.   This, win earned Elphinstone a4-place^-  in the final championship round for winner of the  tourney.  By this time the bleachers had filled  up with loudly biased members of the  Princeton community. We cheerleaders  had already heard, a sample of the  vocal enthusiasm of this crowd, and our  only supporter, Victor Dew, suddenly  looked very small and silent up there.  However by offering our "Go-Cougars-  Go" badges as compensation, we girls  persuaded the entire Williams Lake team  to cheer along with us, as Elphi defeated  the home-town team, Princeton Rebels,  in the final game of the tournament by  a score 53-43.  The lead changed continually .during  the first quarter, ending 10-10.' Both  teams continued ^trading basket for basket  during the" second' half unYif*3rad Norris  sunk1"'the first ''successful'foul shot of  the night. By half-time the score. was  19-18 in favor of Elphinstone.  Tension built up in the second half  as the Cougars made seven unanswered  points to lead 29-24, and ended the third  quarter ahead 34-27. We scored 24 points  to Princeton's 16 during the final quarter  and won the ball game 53-43. The Cougars played the entire garne, except for  a few minutes in the second half, in a  man-to-man defense, Bill Sneddon played  very well defensively, as he successfully checked the Rebel's high scorer, a  player much bigger than himself. Lee  Wolverton also played and scored very  well, considering his amount of playing  time, Brad "Norris led* the' scoi'ihg ih the'  winning game with 18 points, Bill Sneddon made 11, while Wayne Smith qnd  ���Leo Wolverton hdded nine points* apiece.1'  Our win oyer Princeton, meant tho,t,  , tho Cougars had won the first Princeton  senior boys' invitational basketball  '���tournament. '  ,*"*k*wBill-Snoddori"*nnd^  chosen as members of tho first all-star  .,. teani and,,I3t;��(1,,^oitIh,���.,wttfi,,piclccd. as, a;  'mombor of llio .second all-stop team, Hop-  old Toichgoaf, a gunrd from ' Williams  Lake, was named most, valuable ployop,  and then carried off on lho ahouldors  of IiIh t,onminnl<��v All mpmbopp of tho  .wlnnihir'RlplilnHtoiio 7.1 ohm 7;woi'b tli'oh  cnllpd forward' to ncoopt: di'sl-pl^eo pcii-  iionlH.     -�� ,  K any mombor of lho community  would like to see, Uio bcnu.lfuP trophy  brought book by Ihe boy.s from thin  tournament, It la on display, In the school  foyer,  In all everyone ,had, a-, very... enjoyable  trip, as well as a successful one, The,  students antf organizers of the touvna-  mont woro friendly and helpful ancl al.  the billots woro really hospitable, jiplou  oul, of tholr way to mako lis fool at  homo.  SPORTS  ,   , On W<Klnos<liiy T'llphlo's junior boys, ,  senior and Junior kIpIh  travelled up lo  Pondor Harbor lo play a series of hnnkol-'  ball. Karnes,, ,,,,.'  1 The Junior boys started tholr first  /.amo of tho soanon pat hor poorly, Ijui.  Moop. not oi'Kaulml and 'played a very  solid game, AocordlnK to Couch Lawronco'  "-StpophnoffrboiW Frank Havle..;"ancl Cri.hf"  Norris ployed a jjood ajjame, ������ ������  7"    ~. rr~    : girls, and the winners will be announced  by Joan Blomgren Aat the dance The b?nd f01. th^ ehristrr^s  It vvas also the junior girls first game    Dance is Spring.  COUGAR INyiTATlOMXL  This Fivday and Saturday, Dec  for the season. _Whal startqd out as a  slow game soon became very exciting.  By the end of tlio i^-ame Elphinstone was  tied 14 II with the 'Pender girls, which  meant the game was continued into overtime. Overtime didn't make niuch difference however* as tbe score was 16-16  by the end of it. As the senior girls'  game was scheduled next and there was  a definite shortage of, time, it was decided io call the game a tie. Top Scorers  were Gwenda Havies and\ Cindy Kuruqz  1 and  Elphinstone will host the second anT  nual Cougar invitational tournament for\  both junior and senior boys.- Visiting senior teams are: Squaimsh, Ladysmith and  University 'Hill; visiting junior teams are-:  Pender .Harbor, Newton arid Edmonds.  Action will begin at 4:30 Friday, until  late into the evening, and continue ail  day Saturday. Prices are 50 cents a day,  or 35 cents with a 'student council card.  The  entire weekend  should   be quite  with   six   points   each.   The   girls'   next  game will be on Dec. 9, when they play     exciting and the public is very welcome.  Brooks at POwell River. , ��� \ "   .���  The senior girls played well  but  lost  to Pender. Official score was 21-28. Scor?  ing was led by Gail Blomgren. and seven  of the eight girls dn. the team scored  during lhe game. The senior girls will  attend Argyle's first senior girls' basketball Tournament Dec. 8 and 9. The girls'  starting game will be held at 9 p.m.  Friday   against   A.-gyle.  The senior boys' next basketball  tournament will be at Sardis this weekend. Competition will be much tougher  as Elphinstone will be playing against  AA teams. The tournament will represent  the better schools of the Fraser Valley,  Esquimau, Quesnel as well as Elphinstone.  STUDENT   ACTIVITIES  The Christmas dance will be held on  Friday, Dec. 8, from 8-12 p.m. Prices are  $1.50 with a student card, and $2 without. Dre^s will be semi-formal and no  person wearing jeans will be admitted.  Also, rules regaining invitations will be.  enforced. If you are a non-student and  Wish to attend the dance, you must obtain an invitation through an Elphinstone  student who will be responsible for your  actions. Nomination forms are available  "in the school office for SnOwflake Queen,  Senior Princess and Junior PiUncesg,  Students   will   be  able   to   vote   fcVllTe  }  CONRAD IE. WAGNER  D.P.M.  Podiatrist - Foot Specialist  Will be at the  BELLA BEACH MOTEL  Davis Bay  December 4, 1972  Phone the Bella Beach at  885-9561   for appointments  THE BOARD OF SCHOOL TRUSTEES OF  SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. 46 (SECHELT)  SCHOOL LOAN BY-LAW  REFERffiM  ? - ���- ��� -  Question lo lie submitted to the owner-electors of School District No. 46  (Sechelt).  "Are'y, in favour of the Board of School'Trustees of School District No.  46 (Sechelt) borrowing money, without further assent of the owner-electors, at  any time or from time to time, within three (3) years from December 31st, 1972,  by the issue and sale of debenture bearing interest at a rate or rates per annum  as may be specified by the British Columbia School Districts Capital. Financing  Authority at the time of the borrowing and payable over a period or periods  not exceeding twenty-five years from the date, or respective dates thereof, in  such principal amounts as the Board may from time to time deem necessary  to raise net sums not exceeding in the aggregate Four hundred twenty-nine  thousand Dollars ($429,000.00), after payment of discount, commission, brok-1  erage* exchange, and other expenses with respect tb such issue or sale, for  acquiring and developing scho6l-sites and purchasing," constructing, reconstructing, furnishing, and equipping buildings for school purposes or use in connection therewith and other capital expenditures for school purposes?"  The following in brief and general terms sets out substantially the proposed projects and the amount allocated for each, the amount specified as being  within Provincial standards and eligible for Provincial grants, and the amount  specified as being above, Provincial standards and therefore not eligible for  Provincial 'grants-and for which; the school district pays the full cost:  Eligible for  Provincial  Grants  Not Eligible  for Provincial  Grants  Total  (a) Acquiring nnd developing school-  sites:  Elphinstone Secondary  ..-..:    $ 23,500.00  (h) Purchasing, constructing, reconstructing buildings, for school purposes or use in connection tlicrer  , Elphinstone Secondary  .���,,.���,���, .,,.,:,Qymivwuni,..���  Automotive Shop   Nil       $ 23,500.00  ,300,000,00  54,006.00  Nil,  Nil  354,000.00  (c), Furnishing nnd equipping buildings for isoltoo|>.purposes or use ih  connection Herewith.; 77  '''"���'��� Elphinstono Spcbfldiiry  Automotive Shop _  (d) Other capital expenditures for  >   .school purposes:  Plans and .Supervision ������,.. ���  ' Contengcnoios ��� ���.,T 7   12,500,00       Nil  12,500,00  21,000,00  18,000,00  Nil  Nil  39,000.00  /w and many, many moro,  0FISDERAI   FINANCIAL  SUPPORT >ylAY   BE  AVAILABLE   TO   HELP   YOUR,   COMMUNITY ,  PROJECT.  .  >*Wttwtirt<KWMii^  tft-WftMtWgWtW^^  -m^Wf*  .^-FOR-fURTHER-PETAILS��COI^JACT��yOMR*  ,.   7< C\   7 '      '       7' "      -    '  1 '7 Canada m _  ^ Centre do iv_ [y  * Manpower" Maln-d'aouvre"  Centre dtuj Cnnodn  ,   #1  1,   t��y>a����,  (ReipnUl  forExfJcrtl  M/ATCH!  Stoinos and  , Flno Gifts  a Specialty  ��  100% WATERPROOF  ��WATCHBS<��>'BY*>a'iROLB)(*>��  7V"''  SJStpssjasaai  WELCH'S CHOCOLATES  SECHELT JEWELLERS  Sechelt, D,C, 905-2421  . , TOTAL ESTIMATRJJ-' ' $4:29,000.00  ,      ) >l I..SSSS?.  I ' /  Rc8oliulon*KnsscdJlicw9iUJfty^oC.JNoYembcr,^1.97,2.^.^^ �����...  Approved by the Minister of Ednention tho I5tl\ clay of November, ,1972, .  Authorized by the LloutoniiiH-Governor in Council the 23rd day of, Nov-*  .cnibor, 1972. .,        . ,      ,    ,. , . ...  , JRc'colvcd Iho Assent of the Owner-ElcctorH of the Plstrict lho tljiy of,    1972,  ..���..'        .   .  '-w''7-**-��� ���������-- ���'���AQNE? I*AUPNTE," Chnlrmnn Qf th<? |3onrd;        J. S. MRTgLJiRj S(.qrctftry-Tr<ftisurci.    '  , Tnko notico that tho nboyo'lfl n true copy of tho, proposed question upon  which tho voto of thp OWNEK-ELECTO^S will bo taken on Snlurclny, Dec  ember 9lh, 1972, between the hours of ��;()() a.m. and 8:00 p.iu. uti  RURAI-. ARICA *'A" RURAL ARKA "B"  ..y8����i��lL9��lL^^J-^ .w_P��vJfiJJtty,^h<wL  VlM 4fUUM��4rp4 fcMMaM.lf4afMt.il  Gnnlca Buy Shell  'Mftdolrn Park School!  lIiilfnH)on,nhy Sal)ool  Secholt'School  ���   '   Roberts Crcok School  , Elphlnstoirije School  'i���'" Liirigdulo School   , "  JUpWon Islnpd��Colons>Hn\l  "G��^Mcr-l9l?m|**-V<5l"?ff>n",i^��"  ��_H^��*��Hi#*��As��  .'.QIp^ONS ��� Munich mi,  ^IJPHBI^T����������� Canadian J^glpn"  ��\'.  1   ;   '    School Dlitrlci No. 46 (Sechelt) 7,  ;  \  r  visits twice monthly  A REPRESENTATIVE from the Canada  Manpower Centre visits the Sunshine  Coast each second and fourth Wednesday  and Thursday, said Ron Renaud of the  Powell River office of the centre.  In Gibsons an office is at 1779 Wyngaert and the phone number is 886-2722.  If residents of the area have questions concerning Canada Manpower they  may contact-the office at 4717A Marine  Ave, Powell  River.  -w,-,wM-*fr*  i��W*W��Wl��MWfiH  mmtmtMVtmmm*mtmmMtMmm^t0��mfti*>r  T-^"  mm^mw><*m'>i''m��>mM'A>>m��'*^m��*:t*** ��'���..*  w  -t-^4��'     "4V . ���'.  \  . ' "r  X  ' I a      -aw (  t, >a ���     i   .-f    .'  \'  *f���*���7"'i" ���-  \  \  ��tt,a  \  * 4V      '\  X  \    \  Poge A-6 The Peninsula Times       Wednesday, November 29, 1972  \  .\ ���--  \  \  j TtfE Peninsula  EDITORIALS  k/ may be wr&ng, but I shall not be so wrong as to. Jail to say. what I .6eteja.*J'^'NS  Riciuro  T.   Proci'or.  Managing   Editor  ���������������������I  "  READERS RIGHT  ^  \  \  ^  X  y  Letters to the Editor are the opinions of readers, and ^not-necessarily those of The Times.  A  noin-de-plume may be used for\publication, but all originals must be signed by the writer.  Gymnasium a necessity  ELPHINSTONE Secondary School is  badly in need of a new gymnasiun^  and auto 4hop facilities and the Sechelt  School District is seeking a $429,000  referendum to pay for them.  Half of the referendum/or $214,50.0.  will be paid by the provincial "government. According to figures released by  the school board, at 1972 assessments  the district will pay 0.298 of a mill or  29.8 cents per*'$1,000 of taxable assessment. If "a home owner is assessed  at -$5,000 then he will pay $1.49 per  year to retire the district share of the  debt. The debt would be retired over  20 years at 7.5 per cent interest. The  district and government will share the  $42,125   annual   principal   and   interest.  Sounds reasonable���$1.49 annually  for a home assessed at -$5,000���but is  the expense necessary? -  Should the~school district scrap the  plan and concentrate on a new school  more centrally located? Such ideas have  been advanced .but-it is not too practical.  In the first place a new -facility at  Sechelt would run into the millions of  dollars at today's inflated prices and  would not really serve the area properly...   referendum is set up school district pa  \  that schools are most practical when  they serve 1,200 students so it's plaiji  that dividing the school is not the ideal  answer.  Obviously, since Elphinstone already  has a substantial investment in land,  buildings and equipment, nothing v^quld  be served by splitting the school. The  easiest and least costly solution would  be to approve the referendum and appropriate the funds to build the gymnasium  and auto shop facilities.  With the increased cmphas;s on athletics and the importance of physical  education, the need for proper gymnasium and health facilities should be obvious. Canada is becoming increasingly  a nation of bystanders, not participants.  New gymnasiums such as that proposed  at Elphinstone will- help relieve such  circumstances. The facility will ulso be  available for other groups includ:ng  adult and evening keep-fit classes.  The gym was built in 1952 to serve  250 student'. It stands to reason that  it cannot handle 750 students.  Auto facilities are nice to have but  as to their necessity, that's another  question.   However,   with   the  way   the  How about sedan chairs?  EDITOR'S* note: The following letter was  written to the operational" manager of  the Ferries. A .copy was furnished by  the author for use in The Peninsula  Times- \  Mr. W. B. Weston,  Operational Manager  B.C.  Ferries  816 Wharf Street, Victoria, B.C.  Dear Sir:  reasons known only to himself chose to  print the parts that - were critical ot"  Americans.   7V  Of course American students know  very little about u^, after all we are a  minor power and have very little affect  politically or economically on the U.S.A.  This point ^bothered us at the time because we are on the same continent and  know "much  more  about   the  U.S.   than  ._ .4-_.tb.ey do of .us,, but in our essays we all  After   listening  to  the  television  ana7 "went on to clarify the fact that we ^eel-  There are less than 750 students at  Elphinstone with approximately- 36 per  cent attending from the Sechelt area.  Building another school "in the Sechelt  area would not he practical as it would  serve less than 300 students. Dividing  the schools would.make two small, weak.,  schools plus the small high schools Llt  Pender Harbor.  The  Department of Education  feels  trons will get both, it was pointed out  that auto shop, facilities will encourage  .youths to remain in school and if it  accomplishes that, it's a good thing.  To be a progressive community,  there must be adequate educational facilities and the , gymnasium . and shops  are a part of such a program. We recommend an affirmative vote for the  schools.  ���kmudmn football?  IT'S finally happened. Canadian football has been saved for Canadians.  The Canadian Football League will  not expand into the United States. John  BasseiU^pLCsident of the Toronto Argonauts will withdraw his motion to expand the league  into the U.S.  John Munro, federal health minister,  with what sounded like a sigh of relief,  expressed   satisfaction   that   the   league  ninnnnnnnif'Twr ���*��� "i* r���������*��������������������� ���*���������������  The PENiNSULA7^Ke*  Published Wednesdays at Sechelt  on B.C.'s Sunshine Coast  by  Powell River News Town Crier  Sechelt Times Ltd,  iox 310-Sechelt. B.C.  Subscription Rates: (in advance)  Local, l|$6jieLyear. Beyond 35 miles, $7.  7&a7, $9. Overseas, $10.  Serving the area from Port Mellon to Egmont  (Howe Sound to Jervis Inlet)          gBiiiiinimmiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii  SUPERMARKET LTD.  formerly E&M  BERNIE'S  Complete   Line   of   Gifts,  Groceries,  Novelties  OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK  9;00 a.m.��� 10:00 p.m.  Pernio aqid Pat Shalagan  1  Hwy 101         Phone 885-9414  4<inminnininiimiiiinuniiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiniii^  will not  . '' into the states, because  of the "ne<. io retain the Grey Cup  for a Canadian championship which the  government considers to be a force for  Canadian, .unity."  So the CFL will rema'.i simon-pure  Canadian.  Except for the fact that at least half  the players are U.S. citizens; almost 100  per cent of the coaching and managerial  staffs   are   Americans.   The   Grey   Cup  was. donated   by   ah   Englishman.   The  lcaguKjunctions  in only six of the   10  provinces. Most of its Canadian players  are   trained   in   United   States   colleges  because of the lack of facilities for football except in the largest cities.  But  the  game  is  going  to  remain  Canadian.  Canadian   football  is  about  as Canadian   as    soccer,  rugby,     basketball,  baseball ping pong or Chinese a,. ;kcrs.  What other professional sport played in this country or uny other country  for that matter must make special rules  so its native-born athletes are protected?  Canadian  hockey  players make  up  95  per  cent   of  the   teams   in   the   United  St'atcs. That doesn't seem to bother the  Americans,   they   enjoy   the   game  just  jj    as  much.; In  fact,, it's  more enjoyable  because of the  quality of the  players.  It would be a much poorer gUttic in the  United States if it was restricted to-50  per' cent Canadian  imports as football  is in Canada.  , Soccer,, as  played  throughout the  l,wurld,��due��iiH-,louk*ut��,.a��mnn!!>^ipi��!ilon.z,.  ulity, only his itbility, The same holds  Hue     in  baseball,   basketball,    polo.  " hockey,  vol ley ball  or  any other  tc'a'nV'  sport  played professionally.  Canadian unity indeed. How many  .'rend.  Canadians  play for    Montreal  Aloueitcs?.  How   many , ISs-jcimoes , phiy  ���for Edmonton?,'       .  "       It's kind of silly when you think of  it, isn't It?  radio commercials with their exaggerated  claims to efficiency and excellence.it is  indeed refreshing to hear from someone  as  modest as  yourself. .  How it is possible that a. technology  capable of cutting a ferry in half and  then adding 50 feet to its length, can sayv  that it is impossible to add simple rest-  room accommodation on the car deck,  simply boggles the mind. I can appreciate  that the additional 50 feet will be a  source of increased revenue, but I would  suggest that increasing the number of .  passengers wi|l make it even more urgent  lo provide convenient restroom facilities.  If you say an elevator is. impossible,  alright, but I would submit that where  the present 28 stairs now are, that they  could be replaced with an escalator at  minimal cost.  All else failing, if we must fall back  on your offer to assist the elderly, I trust  that you will make available about one  dozen sedan chairs, each to be carried ���  by two men. It is possible that you will  run into snags with the Seamen's Union,  so it might be as well to have some  Teamster members on hand for the transporting of the senior citizens. The foregoing, Mr Weston, are my own views  and suggestions, however I am proud to  be a member of the Senior Citizens' Association, Branch 69, Sechelt, B.C.  Trusting to hear any further comments or suggestions you may care to  make regarding this matter.  G.   H.   DUFF  RR   1,   Halfmoon   B.C.,   B.C.  Thumbers held hazard  Editbr7The Times,   *  Sir: I read with interest the letter  signed by Alan Stewart regarding hitchhiking (The Times, Nov. 22). It should  be understood that I have no axe to  grind with people who choose this mode  of FREE transportation, other "than they  can be a real hazard on ihe highway, not  because they are hitch-hiking, but because of the asinine places they generally  locate themselves at. I think it is especially cute to see some "people trying to  get a ride with either a big dog or a  bicycle in tow.  However, my main point is, Mr. Stewart suggested -the Peninsula has a "Most  Inadequate Public Transportation System". I could accept this remark with  some degree of credibility if these hitchhikers would at least have the courtesy  to hide their thumb when the bfi'ses  do  pass  by.  G.  E.   HOPKINS,   General  Manager  ' S.M.T.   Coach   Lines  Ltd.  SAVE OYER $100  HiSWW^"rWHirS1wBa*��  n^MM��WMM��^^  mm**<&p^imib4mmt  *  Automatic  Fine Tuning  >:< Slide Rule  for Volume  and Tint  Control  Rog,     $999  Sale  Now    $879  SAVE  $120  Door sales harass  Editor, The Times,  Sir: I often wonder if parents know  or care what a harassment their children  are to the pensioners and retired people. It seems like never a week goes by  but there is ,one at the door selling  rafflfe tickets or something for guides,  scouts, sports, walks, Christmas cards,  subscriptions. Last week it was "calendars '  for scouts, A pensioner must put aside  a good sized .percentage of his,income lo  pay for these things leaving his own  grandchildren shortchanged.  Isn't there some wayu of raising money, .  for  these   things  except  exploiting   lho  kids  and   old   people?   I   never  let  my  children   annoy   or   deprive   my   neigh-,  bor.s when thoy were young.  ���.���.,,. J. -���hPR'7ihiPy.4HjBypn!t��,A'-^^ed^jnt(^,lh.!,,���  kind  of  parents   who take  tddcUor.. out  on   Halloween   who  arc   too   young   to  knock on lho door oirknow what ll  In  all about. Taught at 111 months to go to,  .sirangers'   doors  for  ��   handout,  in  ono  11 - - - of a good start In llfo. Hullowuun  cost  mo  nearly  IJ50  this yoar���tho  pension in $112.  Don't   say   you   con   yi)lutfo   to' )niy.  YoLt can't shut the door In n'chlld'fi'fnco.'  But tho puron^ -can atop this raokol. So  can tho oxocutlves,  7,SechQll7' 7*77:7" "7* "T^H,/J.rPBNN"  Humiliated by reports  Editor, Tho TlmoH,   ,  "Sir: I was ono pf the 'student., who  wont to Eugene, Oregon, on our hiiIhioI'h  exchange program. Reading  lho roporlH  ��� 'from ��� my follow Ntudontu; I" wan 'groutly  humiliated at ihu ridlculuuH Impromloh  It gave of nn, Wo, a group of nuppimudly,  ~y��iiiig��iididlnr^were^madc,-,to"*loo|r"thOT'  comploto fool., unci llko a group of mnall  children who wont, to the U.SA lo Hiaro  ,�����<*" makep f, of Un. funny Anu.rU'iu.t,,'  I would llko the1 public find to rcmll/.u  that end. of tho rcportf. you printed wan  only an excerpt from a much larger  essay and nocondly that the editor for  ized and  appreciated  their  reasons.  I fail to see how comments on the  relative wealth of the families we were  billeted with have any real significance;  I consider that emphasizing such comments is in exceedingly bad taste. The  purpose of the trip was to observe and  experience the U.S. educational system  not to judge the American way of life  or their standard of living. Weekend trips  were supposed tr be xsecondary, your  article leaves the impression that they  were our primary  concern.  I would just like to state in closing,  that all of us experienced that "great  American hospitality" we so often hear  about in Canada and if the reports gave  the impression we were constantly putting Americans down, I reiterate that  these were excerpts and most of the  essays went on to state how much we  enjoyed ourselves and to defend our  American neighbors ignorance of our  country and way of life.  On behalf of my fellow students I  deeply regret that you chose to print  some of our comments out of context.  Gibsons WENDY  ALLNUTT  Editor's note: The Times printed in  their entirety all the .comments submitted by (he students attending the school  in Eugene. If anything was left out of  the student's essays it was because it  was not submitted. The Times did not  emphasize "weekend trips" the students  themselves did. We took nothing out of  context and printed evrything and:'" in*  sequence as it was handed to us by the  teacher who accompanied the students,  Frank  Fuller.  Ski Club wants Help ;  Editor, The Times,  Sir: The recent "Outdoors,-JHunting  and Winter Sports" supplement in your  paper was generally, informative. However, it was not in keeping with the  local character of your paper because  there was no local information.  There is considerable local potential-  for all these winter sporting activities,  but the potential has not been realized  due to lack of winter access roads.  Specifically, our local Tetrahedron Ski  Club has tried without success to get  government help in gaining access by  road to proven -ski slopes on Mount Elphinstone.  In your accepted' role as local voice  of the people, we would appreciate publication of material giving information  on and promoting development of winter sport activities on the Sunshine Coast.  TETRAHEDRON SKI CLUB,  Bernard Littlejohn,  President  COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT programs supp*. ted by Unitarian -Service Committee in developing countries help young people to achieve a  better, stands . of living. USC finances a vocational training centre  in Lesotho in southern Africa. This  girl is learning to operate a knitting  machine. Boys learn modern construction and farming methods.  Funds to support the project may be  sent to USC, 56 Sparks St., Ottawa  KIP 5B1.  NOTICE OF PUBLIC MEETING  The Board of School Trustees of School District  No. 46 invites your participation in a Public Meeting  for  the  discussion  of  the  proposed  Referendum  No.  11.  MEETINGS  WILL BE  HELD  AS  FOLLOWS  Pender Harbour Secondary, Wed., Hoy. 29  8:00 P.M.  Elphinstone Secondary, Friday, Dec. 1  8:00 P.M.  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Thomson said, some 300 proposals have  already been returned to "Canada's Manpower's -direct employment program of-  tii-e and At hat hundreds more application.  forms have been distributed through  Canada Manpower Centres.  There is still lots of time for community groups to create projects that will  pm unemployed people to work and .  rn'nie a-^eommtimty betterment, he said,  hut th.ise people who want to get going  I't-liuv tho year end should submit their  propusals immediately.  \  \ \  SUNSHINE COAST REGIONAL DISTRICT  ���  ��� ���������T-,; ������   .A :r y     v      ,^.y. yjy_^_z  Statement of E8ectaor& Results  9,1972  pectoral  Areq  Name of Director ,  Modff of Election  "B"  Relf, Rita  P.  Acclamation  "D"  Almond, Harry J.  Acclamation  "f"  Wolverton, Lorne J.  V                          4                     *>  Acclamation  PENDER HARBOR adult band performed Friday at Pender Harboi*  Secondary School in honor of Canada  Music Week The group, conducted  by Florence Prescesky, played three  tunes. They were augmented by  members of the high school band for  other numbers. Other performers included. Rosemary Malcolm, piano  solo; Frank Roosen,.accordion solo;  Audrey Prescesky, tuba, Deirdre  Murphy, vocalist, Andy and- Luke  Peters, drum and guitar duets. Master of ceremonies was A. L. Thompson, principal.  Blake C. Alderson D.C.  CHIROPRACTOR  Post Office Building Sechelt  Phone 885-2333  Wednesdays and Saturdays  10 a.m. to 5:15 p.m.  CERTIFIED CORRECT:  Greg. ��. Girard  RETURNING OFFICER  Dated November 21st, 1972.  MR. IDEAL SEAMLESS  WILL BE ON THE PENINSULA  FOR THE LAST TIME THIS YEAR!  The end  of leaking,  ugly  wooden gutters. The end of  painting and gumming gutters year after year because  "The Factory on Wheels  is  Coming!"  :.ji --  CONTINUOUS ALUMINUM GUTTERING IS SEAMLESS  GUITAR AND DRUM duet by Andy,  right, and Luke Peters was performed Friday at Pender Harbor  Secondary School's salute to Canada  Music. Week. The boys;;k(B^t.the aiM-!  encerr-made up mainly of students-  tapping their toes.  Woman charged for  issuing NSF cheque  LOIS M. Ward, Pender Harbor, pleaded  guilty to writing a cheque for $51  with non-sufficient funds in her account  She appeared before provincial court  Judge Charles Mitielsleadt, charged with  fraud.  .Court, was told the woman cashed a  cheque   at   Campbell's     Variety  "Store."  Judge Mittelsteadt gave her un absolute  ^dischargOf.-v;."^  PenderHhlites  Halfmoon Bay Happenings  by Cecile Girard  THURSDAY'S film at the Wfilcdhie  Beach Hall at 7:30 p.m. will be the  Christmas program, and will again be  supplied by the German consulate. This  will be the last program before Christmas and Fritz Leuchte, expects it to b��  up  to the  usual high  standard.  Any m.embers. who do not yet have  their   tickets   for   the   Christmas   dinner  ��� on Dec.,9, shpuld t,eJ.pphone- Ml*,- Tinkle^  at. 885-9479 without delay and advif.e  her if they plan to attend. Admission wdl  be by ticket only.     7  The.,, rafters yt Ihe ^eleome  Beach  Hall   rang  with "*exe1temeni''''aif��d,''rnerri-'  ment. Inst "Wednesday ��� when 15 members  r1.,ojr(4hO'/Gi,bRp)ls.'-p.A^P/.hrouBht��4hejir car-  ipet "bowling equipment  to  demonstrate  the art. to members of the Welcome Beach  Community, Association,, ,,,,:. <7,.7 ���'   ��� '  Squeals  of   deJight   alternated, with  wails of diRmqy as four teams, each-with'  eight players competed. Everybody- had  such  <v good  time  that  it ��� was  hardjy  ���by Mary Tinkley,  well as voice. The Murphy sisters, Deirdre, Sheila, Louise and Stephanie sang  ^Edelweiss" and "My Favorite Things" !  and their father, Patrick, led a singsong  of "When Irish Eyes are Smiling" and  "Galway Bay". President Alex Ellis, in  thanking Mrs. Parish and the boys arid  girls who gave such delightful entertainment, said they were welcome to  come back any time they liked,  When refreshments were served, ' a  bu.' birthday cake was cut to celebrate  the birthday of the association's past  president, Keith Comyn: Mr. Ellis, in  paying'"tribute" 16 Mr. Comyri; said">_ve" had  presided over the affairs of the association, for, three,,years, and, as,, chairman of   1 he  cent enhia i  works '  com mi ttee-  Wdcl  been responsible for a groat deal..of woii'  that ..had .boon.done  in ....extendjnp.^and, ^  improving the "hall,''"" '  Two hew members introduced by Mr.  Ellis were Mr. and Mrs. Dick Birlcwhq  are planning to build.^ permanent home  ih.  ,"u7  evening,   members  voted unanimously  of    the   association  tp  purchase    ihoir  of Mrs)>r/Vlex Ellis,,  own"'eq��dpmept';"'-.W'h'en'!"the,"equlpment,,ls",''1",":'^1  _ available,,carpet bowling ,.cf.sIoi).i w.ill be    *SS  organized at the Welcome Beach Hall on  , Wednesday afternoons, when    members  plan to get ln training with a vlow lb  ohnllonglng,tho Gibsons OAPO.   '  1  . u dlCAL  ENTERTAINMENT '  At  tho. Hall  last Saturday, members  were entertained  by  music students of  Mrs, G.'.L;,, Brooke, .Owing to the absence "'.Kg  of Mrs. Brooke wlio was visiting hpr hus-    S  band   In  St.   Paul's  Hospital,   the  per-    S  formers ware  prosonlcd 7by. Mrs, Da*'o ,'Bfe  parish., ahd tlio /program included muslf  on tho plnno, guitar arid accordion, as  "'.       ' .'. ;.. ���!������.���'��� aaar-Zr^- :   1  U-DRIVE  TRUCKS        iii     '    -SUNSHINE RENTALS  !   .      i     h    ' \ *      I ii ��    /.    .  , 1  I^HMHMMMIWMWMMHMRM^  8135-2848  or 88*5-2151  eves.  .QN^TWUBSPAX^.N^  6n6,rtSouthwooaM*Mrs.,4,Birk^iss��u-<sist,ci;,,,+  held.ln th'o community  hnll clue  to -     ��� .....  decorating for' the fisherman's homecoming. Therefore, ���������the'-'sl.udont-.council held  it In the, gymnasium. The proceeds wont  towards tho studoiit council, A good tlmo  was had by all.  On' Friday,   Nov.   24,   thoro   was   n  concert' in -our gymnnslum,, as purl of  CumidiV MusieWcok, Stewart jlqloly, u  grade  12  stuclpnt, nindo ��"ftpoalul pro-    *���  flontolion to commor'co unwiwv, Miss Me-  Klm,  wlio lost all her, belongings  In .iv-  recent 'house  firo. -  .    Tho high school band played a ..election   of  snappy  songs  which   was, led  by  Mrs,  Florbnco ProscoHky. rtospmary  Malcolm and Audrey   ProHcosky,' each'  played piano solos.' Frn.nU KwhQH Ployed,  a couple of rowing accordion nolos. Deir-  dro Murphy ' Why tWd' sbnss" nhd" Andy  and  L^kci Pbtors .plnypd  n  drum m.\  guitar duot^Mastor or coromorilos wns  A, L, Thompson, prlnoll^iT^^^^^^"^"  SPORTS ���    -ia-"- ���- - '�����"������  ,   On Wodnosdoy, Nov, 22, HSIphlnntono  enmo to pliiy n hoi-Ioh rif'h'h'fllt'JtbnirBhmoB  agnlnst our Junlnr hpyRrJuniorflirlR nnd  senior gli' ' Tho "Junior hoys played first  putting u,i a  t'orrlflo fight  l�� try and  keep ,.tl)o   Hforo   ovon   Hgulnsl.   ��  Hi pop  ..���.&'lphliiatono-Aoum-.which'. fImdly   mwnv  nged  lo ouho uwny  und dofenl  Pcndor  hy., tho.flooro,1 of 20-35):   :      ... v   ���  Tho Junior girls pluycid noxl with n  good opening gnmo of lho'hohhuij which'  was  vmiw ,...oxoltlnu, iti'��d hIuco lho two  , toams-'tied'. M  14.I4,  thoy.,had  a  tw��-  mlnttto ovortlmo -nnd'lRlphinfii��no ncored  tho first, haHkot-Hnd then Ponder hcoi-ocI  ono which left It still �� tl��d gamo. rlho  ���^flnttl��Hoora^wua^lfl���H])^R��Xail^WlJ,l'^nJl  nolthor sldo, dosorvod lo Ioho,  '    Senior girls played Inst nnd fllsamndo  n'good Mart, wlnnlntf ���� Intoratlnrs flnmo  .,   by i\ ��<8oro of2H-|21,    , ., :  for 'December. 'By��i (*l"tl "��  f t % >     <���'.,'     o  Rust Proof * No Chipping * No Peeling * No Cracking  MATERIALS GUARANTEED FOR 20 YEARS!         5|  ip_J%UUU*E!^^  THE VILLAGE OF  . Ai a candlda.o for ro-clccHop ft> tho Office of Alderman of, lho Villago of*  Sochelt,  I  respectfully solicit your < .oto and Influence In  thp coming Municipal  Election,  i, My policy,Is nound and practical bualnosi administration for ��ho affairs  of tho'vlllago, especially hayins In'mind planning for tho future and expansion  of tho Y'llage, < ���'..���'  Tho Income of tho village If not largo, wo aro suffering  from  growing  pains and thora aro piany th|ng�� to Ibo 'donor Somo fiayo to \>q done, soma ought  ��� to bo done, others would llko to do.    < 7 ,  In tho past the council  has mado steady progross  In  Improvements v.Hh  tho moans at tholr disposal and has managed to avoid bonded Indebtedness, Wa  ' aro now faced with a situation whero a large amount of money will havo to bo  ., spent, A sowago system wlfl have to,bo installed according to Federal.and Provincial .  Regulations,   Poth  governments   will   assist   financially,' A. feasibility   study   and  ��� estimate of cost will bo presented  to Ihe electors as soon as  possible,  also tho  electors will bo given tho opportunity lo yolo on (no Recreation < Centra matior of,  ' fhe somo tlmo. '      '   *' ' '     ,   ��� \ ,   ,      '     ,  ������'���*"'              ���                  ,                  ��� "     \l..     ,   'i '���  ���'l-"' * " -.' * " M ,";;���*;'"*-"YoMni,rcipcctf��||^i,(~;7" -   ������'������-       '  .'!'���.."'". ''���-''--r-��:\>F:yes$ORm  Seamless one-piece gjominum gutr.  tering has h,al<.ed-on enqmel finish  (or lasting lbeai/fy-5-in(;fi size-round  \      or square downp/pes.  Formed'from aluminum coil without  seams, to fif exact measurements of  , your home.  \    <���     I        I I'  4 ' ,    a   t   *      a,} ,  a-ip ��    ��� , II '   I    ' 1     fc      at ,1    ai J   i    , i\. ',V,'  ^     a   [  mmmm  f>ji   i i   l.K     (I     >,    *      <   *. I  ! ,t    .   ^ *i  l!   i.kif *      U.  TO THE PENINSULA  f       ���   ,     a,       ,     ,.,  ^rymTTOffn"  This yoar v/o hayo completed many installations of beautiful  seamless aluminum gutter* In yoyr district ... ask your  frionds about satisfied customers!  WiWWSWWMafflY**"^^  SWMplsM^WBW. KW^MW^# ��!**t(-%fl(*i'MWMI*'^  FOR ALDERMAN  DECEMBER ?t||  HARRIS, Norman R.  .      i .    . I .99 . I   I    '!..      I      II..'l   ... 1      ,  9mm9m44mm)9mm4titm4mm4^4^m4m44m4im9)mm4mm  II.��|..IIHW|.I  In a wook or tv/o wo will bolt* your area with our oqulpmont  and "Mr. Seamless" would |lko tho opportunity to soryo you  In Egmont, Pender Harbour, Secholt, Gibsons, and othor com"  ���iiunitlos on tho Sunshine Coast,  OURTAST"TI,l!P*THIS"Yp��^  (fMWWMTMKMs^fyi^^ ' i    .  ' '     Ll*        I    I _ '  'This Is tho last time thU year Mr. Seamless will bo Inyour  ��ar��a.. For, Information.and.ostlmotcs,.call.u��,colloct��.at,.437?  5150. We'll get in touch with you.  ^ Koop 'Your Mind Out ot tho Gutter  . for tho Next 1,0 Yearsf,   ,  tMrenM^a^^����|W^iw  *!*��������  JL  wljwtfikwwjwMWw^  m^m*mimm \  \  \\  ���'  Page A-8 The Peninsula Times  Wednesday, November 29, 1972  '       '' . '  Strait-talk  *  ���_^ : ___.���-_, i���-  .  _-'._... s ��� bv Joan Proctor  WE hadn'-t been- out to ainner for ages',-  s    so  when  a  gourmet  friend: from   the  eastern United States  visited,  we seized  the opportunity  to make reservations at  a fancy -restaurant. , 7   <  Although, we'd never been Jo the es- <���  tablishment.we had heard so much about  the  place that we felt  perfectly  safe  in  taking a gue^l on our- gastronomical adventure. 7,4  Everything lived up to our expectations. The decor was exquisite and the  atmosphere spelled class all the way.  As we sat in the candle-lit dining room  listening to sweet violin music, I could  tell our friend was impressed with western   hospitality.  I was just nientioing how the carpeting ih the place was so thick you could  run through it wearing- only your birthday suit, and no one would even notice;  when   a   disturbance   began.  Horror of horrors, a fight had broken  out at one of the tables. Before I could  decide what to do, a large woman landed  in the center of our table. She was covered  in salad.  "Good grief," I gapped, "this must be  the entree!"  "It ��� can't be," said my husband, "I  ordered  tomato juice."  The rotund woman clambered to her  fee!, all the while screaching and tossing  pieces of lettuce about the room- No  one was hurt, but our table was a disaster area. Broken glass and water���  sopped breadsticks were intermingled  with the forlorn remnants of a floral  centerpiece.  Waiters began running around apologizing as some police officers appeared  and escorted the trouble-makers off the  premises.  As our table was being cleaned up  we noticed how wet our clothes were.  Luckily, as dinner had not been served,  water damage was all we suffered. Tlie  damp things were uncomfortable enough  to make us decide to go home.  Wc were, in the lobby, heading towards the exit when a "uniformed doorman suddenly shouted to a police officer  who was still lingering in the area, "Hey,  there's other guy now". He pointed to  our friend. "'  ���   "Hey  mac,  what are you  doing back  in here again?"  "There must be some mistake", said  my husband. ".This gentleman is with  us."  "I don't care who he's with now",  said the doorman. "I just threw him out  of here five minutes ago."  Flabbergasted, wc all tried  to talk at'  once. Then  a  hat check  girl  approached  the doorman.  "Alex, that's not the same guy, you've  made   a   mistake",   she   said.  "Okay, let's sec some ID", said the  policeman.  Our friend hurriedly reached,in his  wallet and handed the officer a card.  "Says here you're an Episcopal priest",  said the officer. "Is that right?"  "Yes", we all said emphatically.  The doorman apologized. Then the  manager appeared ancl , began apologizing profusely. He offered us three months  of dinners and drinks on the house to  make up for all the trouble and em-  harassment.  We strolled outside lo our parked car,  laughing about the evening's events.  Then our friend suggested wo pick  up some fish and.chips and milkshakes,  go home ancl watch the hockey game.  Now why hacln'l we thought of lhat  cui'llorV-"* "  32501 fine levied ioj car-part ihefi  ^be Suspended for one year.  HENRY Rddriquez, 29, of West Sechelt,  pleaded   guilty   to  theft   Wednesday.  He   appeared   in   Judge   Charles   Mittel-  . steadt's   provincial  court,  SdcheTl,   Wednesday.  " '*���  Rodriquez was fined v $250. He told  court that he took parts from what he  ^thought was an abandoned vehicle sitting on crown laud. The vehicla in  question beiongs to Richard Peters, court  was told. . *  The prosecutor recommended that  Rodriquez not be sent to jail but that  he pay a substantial fine. Court was told  that Rodriquez had no previous record.  Rodriquez said that he was willing to  return all gear taken and to pay for any  damage to the vehicle that may have  been incurred.  ft*  ,t :  9.    ���  ���hi- \  I.  i: <  Kenneth West, 22, was fined $100 for  carrying a loaded rifle iji his car. Judge  Mittelsteadt ordered that West's hunting  licence be suspended until he passes the  B.C.   hunter  training   course.  Phyllis Melina Saul, of Gibsons, was  fined $100 after she pleaded guilty to impaired driving Nov. 19. Judge Mittelsteadt  ordered  thai  her  driver's   licei.ee  Recycle this Newspaper!  I  BEFORE THTSNOW FLIES . .-,  WINTERIZE  YOUR toOTOR  MOWS  NO CHARGE FOR STORAGE  Pay only for necessary costs to  "keep your motor in  top shape  and ready for another fun filled  season.  MADEIRA MARINA  Phone 883-2266  Around The Harbour  MORE   ABOUT,.,  ���School referendum  ���from page A-l  cleptirl.niont.s and  lho new  facilltloN will  ,,,, JJ L^Ulli-'iiiLj. iUr��^v.I ?J.,}."VrALV.*��A^,Jt:.U. IVM ,U��Ji>4*^U UJ.a�����. WlGc-_---  du.iiii'rt p.ii'iioi'i's!"  Htmnu gave those enrollment figure.,.  liHIII tlioro woruaa (127 pupils at Elphin-  Hlono; 10(11), lii>(); 1970, (104; 11)71, 73(1 unci  U) (lulu this your, 7'"f), -  "Wo 16s l M Hluclonls out of Li.nadi.lo  Hi'lu.ol," Ilunna sulci.  \'Wo esUimUcc' 70H ut Elphliistono und  wo only huvo 7!I9 UiIh year, Ah '-of Pel,-  31 "wo Ivuvo Mi pupilNMoHH titan "Oct, 31  In Ihu Hiihool dlHti'lct,"  School bourd momlK.ru \yin wt.'y their  ,".niQiuuujo 'l,(i*u (hoi", public"id'h.Uiihh,,7 , .,7  WEEKEND SOCCER   RESULTS  DIvImIoii   7:    NomuclH   .,   Resident lul,  WuiTiort, l', CulcdonimiH 1, Toomon 3,   '���>  PIvIhIoh Hi KoHldontlnl Jkuvun 2, Don-  ItluH Plyorn nil,  HELLO once  again!   It  seems as.though  the entire harbour is bustling. Wfth  Christmas just under a month away,  everyone is busy creating, building,^ baking or j list enveloping, themselves:* with  the Christmas spirit. I can feel the happiness starling lo grow. One thing I am  really enjoying is the natural way Christmas approaches the harbour. Thank  heavens I'm away from piped in carols  and  tin  foil Christmas trees!  Just a reminder about the children's  Christmas party. This will be held Dec.  17, at 2 p.m. fn the Community Hall. All  children 10 years and under are invited.  If there is an Artex dealer in the harbour area, could they please get in touch  with me? An interested reader would like  to purchase your products.  The Sechelt School Board will hold an  important meeting (tonight) Wednesday,  Nov. 29, at 8 p.m. in the Pender Harbor  Secondary School. This will be a public  meeting open to all residents in the Harbour area.  School -board trustee Bill Malcolm  will be in attendance as well as all candidates for the upcoming election; Peter  Precesky, Mrs. Kathleen, \yhite, Mrs-.  Mary Kingston, and Patrick Murphy. The  referendum soon to be voted upon. All  major topics to be discussed is schools  taxpayers should be concerned and are  urgently asked  to attend.  The Pender Harbour Lions Club is  starting to gather items for their, annual  spring auction. If anyone has articles to  be donated,. please call Jack Barret at  883-2671 and he will make arrangements  to have them picked up, The Lions are  once again showing their community  spirit with a donation towards the children's Chri' ��� a.is party. Also, two bursaries .have I n made available? at, Pender  Harbour SdconcUny School through tho  Lions Club,  1 :���";;��� Ki I'tepn now r I looks'; ha ve 'recently" been'  added to the Pedor Harbour Public Library: The Gabriel Hounds, Mary Stew-.  "i'i! A wluilo for IhcKillingrFarley Mdw-  ��� ut; Thut. Summer in Paris, Morley Cal-  lagliun; Honor- Thy Futhor, Gay Talese;  From thu Hoof of Africa, C. W. Nicol; A  Whilo Eskimo, Hurold Horwood; Hod  "Fnx'rClraVles-GrDrRSBiSflJrr'If^Yor'VVnnr  to Soo Your Wife Again, John Cralg; The  HiJinusloudor, !JunieH,,M.Minifco;,TheAffair, C, P, Snow; Tho Watch That Ends  ��� by Diane Phillips, 883-9978  the Night, Hugh McLennan; Couples,  John Updike; The Twelfth Step, Thomas  Randall; The Husband, Sol Stein; A Smell  of Burning, Margaret Lane. This is a  lovely addition to the library and I. hope  everyone has a chance to get down and  choose these or any of the other wonder^  lul   books   there.  Ted Osborne seeks  second council term  E. F. (TED) Osborne, seeking another  term on Sechelt village council, has  promised a "sound and practical business administration for the affairs of the  village, having in mind planning for the  future and expansion of.the village," he  said.  "The income of the village is not  large. We are suffering from growing  pains ancl there are many things to be  done. Some have to be done, some ought  to be done, others we would like to do."  In the past, Osborne stated, "the  council has made steady progress in improvements with the means at its 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 sewerage 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,V the electors will be given  the opportunity lo vote on the recreation   centre  matter  al   the  same   time,"  Osborne has completed one term on  the .village council.  A  resident   of   tho.  area since 193(5, he is a native of Mission  In  the Fraser  Valley  and  came   to  lhe  -Halfmoon'Bay'area 30 years ago"whoro,"*  lie sturted logging.  A past president of the Secholt unci  District Chamber' of Commerce,"'Osborne""  was   past  grand  superintendent   of   lho.  Royal Arch Masons and wus a director of  the  Truck Loggers'  Association  for   12.,  years,  PRESENTATION OF BED, bedding  and furniture made by shop's students was presented to Dawn Mc-  Kim, center, English and commerce  teacher at Pender Harbor Secondary  School, who lost all her belongings ui  a house fire Oct. 21. Making the  presentation was Stewart Hately,  president ' of the shop club, while  Deirdre Murphy looks on. Bedding  and i-mattress" came from cakevsale^  funds. Included in the gift was-bed,  table, lamp and ashtray. Bruno  Dombros'ky, shop teacher, coordiri-  ated the program.    >  SALE ends Saturday, Dec. 2  White  Buffalo Indian  Wool,  reg.  2.95,  8  oz. pkg.  Special .____!-   -       .   --   $2.49  Polypropylene, Taken on Cone, oz. _���   19c  Crocheted Bead Kits .____-    Vi  PRICE  Comical  Plaques,  reg.  89c,  Special ���   59c  Anything on Joke Rack    Vi  PRICE  Trims,  reg.  $1.98  yd.  Special,  yd.   ________   99c  189  Games   Board,   reg.   $9.95,  Special   __ $7.95  Mego Magic, reg. $1.89, Special .��'  99c  Leather Hats, reg. $10.95, Special ______ $7.95  Mens Caribou Jeans, sizes 32-36,pair ___ $4.99  Coast Students win  bachelor's degrees  JOHN Michael Lowden of Gibsons and  Malcolm James Keith-MacTayish of  Sechelt, have been awarded bachelors of  education (elementary) degree by University of British Columbia.  The two were among 1,049 students  earning degrees which were approved  by the university senate.  Students completed degree requirements during the May-July intercession  during the 1972 summer session or over  the  summer  months.  Each recipient has the option of receiving the degree immediately or appearing at UBC's 1973 spring congregation next May for the formal degree-  granting ceremony.  Leather Purses  Mini Hair Dryers  Candle Making Kits  Top Label LP's  Paintings  Crewel Embroidery Kits  Rug Making Supplies  Baby Shoes Bronzed  Barbie Doll Clothes  Lots of Handmade Articles  The Place To Do  Your Christmas  Shopping  Now 'TH Xmas  Open Fri. Nites  Until  9  p.m.  The YARN 5AM  885-9305  .,���___���__..- -_. _.- _ - -7 ��� --v-4^'^,!3��.;^'"^teV*^  .wWi4il.M,Wf|_mM  Ho and his wilo Edith J'yo In Sec.lK.ll.  Wis son, Tod, Is In Sydney, Australia  and his daughter, 13clHh, Is president of  Osborno Logging Co.  r  .   .\'  r      .                   ��tr  tw*_����infiv'e*'<ii4f_  1   t  J"  t  ������1973;  MERCURY  .TROLLING OUTBOARDS  Now In stock  THE CORPORATION OF TUB VILLAGE OF SECHELT  NOTICE TO ELECTORS  ������     . , I i '       i' ��� a        , , , '   ,  PUBLIC NOTICE is hereby given to tho Electors of the Village of Sochelt,  that at tho clo^o of Nominations for Office of JTWO (2) ALDERMEN  and ONE (1) SCHOOL TRUSTEE, at 12 o'clock (lioonj on tho 20th day  of November, 1972, tho following persons have notified mo |n accordance with the "MUNICIPAL ACT" that thoy aro Candidate!? for  the Election as:  COWRIE STREET,     , PRICES ^EFFECTIVE   ^J^  Thursday. Friday, Saturday, Nov. 30, Dec. 1, 2  IMPORTED���FROZEN  1MB LOIN CHOPS  .if. *��>.      (.ifflfe  mprfhm  SCHOO^TTRUSTEE'  Surname - Other Names  BOOTH, Tcrrenco  Abode  Secholt, B.C,  Occupation  Mechanic  * ���af*_*#HS*^^i*r^��t**��1**1a��>r��rtM**  dealer's sacrifice  Mercury motors  brand new 1972  untarnished outboarps  . at tarnished prices  I a��)B^(rt4attHt"l(����#afW��l  (ELECTEp ��y ACCLAMATION)  ALDERMAN  CARROTS  In bags from 2-5 lbs.  in our freezer section   ��    "WIENERS  ,*. Wl, wv>-*������****,.(���*.(  Small,  10 ox.  New  Thoy dare to toll all contents of Srienors  Listed on Package   ,   SI      ,���,,  a   I     III  , .  , . .  ,        .   ,  \       ... ,.   . E3 i   ,      a ��� . .   i i   ,,,   ,     a    ,,       '.'.,, (       | ! ���jjjjjj  Jelly Powders  AH Fldyors - 3 qjc, ..._P������:1.  wmmt��ii>&fi/km>+fmiM  ifcMejMMMl  8.0,1.00  a  s  MM!  ',*1'   PI     ^WP P   P P ^irP P P      ''I w nw%fl     V Wj^'^'^'^'f'Wli''  _������ ' *   .       i ;i i,. i.  ���3 <<��;������ .,���  Assorted  6 o 1.00  ^e*a*rt��*����*ilM*��'*��W��9 Jwswtt*'��iHt��**^'i4. wi��%i#>*aWB^44WWiJWH(*w*m��^  OSBORNE,'Edmund Frank ��� Sccholti R,C_  SHUTTLEWORTH, Donni* Holt $^hoit,��P,C,  WATSON, Nprman IF,; WostSoclioH  l��099lng Operator  Professional Engineer  Merchant  ,  Comploto lino of (Mercury  parts and accoss'orics7  WlBBtW^lllllinMfWIIWB^^  *SEC|HEtT  CHAIN SAW  CENTRE LTD.  Phono 885-9626  "fT"  TWO (2) to hq elected for TWO (2) Years. 7  (* '        *       .   ��� ( ��� r ' 1. Ij    !      * I, - ff      i    .1 '. ���, *  .      i J  _. (   j' 4  H 1    v .   1        , I       , 1     ,    ,  1 And further take notice that a Poll has bpcomo necessary at tho  ~|i}LECTION:now'+PQndln0-ra*clocrTWO12)���ALDERMENroH*thari-h^vo-  granted said Poll, Such Poll will be opened ot the ROYAL CANADIAN  LEGION HALL, Secholt, B.C; dn SATURDAY, DECEMBER the 9th,  1972, between the hours of 8 o'clock a.m., and 8 o'clock p.m. of which  w��Tfry*pcii��n-|s'heTe.^reqMlitKH0^akQ^^  *waccordlnolvr**,MW***,*w**w^^  OIVLN UNDCB My HAHD AT jiLcNLLT, U,C, THIS 29th du^ of  November, A.P., 19/2, ' '\        ' ,   ' ! '    ,  W, Jt Mayno;   .4   , ���   , . :.   ,  i,V   ./.RUTURNING.OIJ.NCER1',,   '.''.   .7  Potato Chips  Nalloy'rtrrPoiek  m fopAtUU'  'I*  _   114 .    (���       ui  Kif.M#. ���**��(�����    ,  . fi ����   ^   if   .   �� '       >-  Introductory r,  9jTT0r ! "flf Jr i ..���..������i....*���...*���<  59  Biscuits yvA ox.  Peck Froans Ass^t' ...r7..  mto^mttmm<k&t**f&  iii  MB  ill  Orange or Lemon Crystals  'ft      >���*< '"ll" ���' "        ���''     'I   < 'l ,   ���   <     a   1    I    I,   ,^.,    1,     ..lt  ," r% 0*, ����,�����,n.n...��,��������������^.���.,���r��r.ri.,   Jp   tor J9| S|~~UF~%gF  ' a 1 ,1        '   ,  Government Inspected ��?HC  BEEF SAUSAGE ^W  ^Biinni0flinBBnasB��aiiaHBBKDiaiiniqniBi]iiBBHi]��MiflBBiB9t  [INliNlNliuiM^  WmiMmmmmw  BBBHflBBIBBBflBnaBflBBBBBHBBBBBIflflflBEIflBflnBaflaBBBflBBflBBBBarS  Fancy Rod and  -Delicious*  im>ms^��mmm^0mim��^M  I  B  S  "^r"'  ftl. I> l|| ,1 M>l|l    ��� 4JJ|.n ,,,1 1 j,,.,!,.   , ... ,, A��.ll>a Jl,<4,ii  eJIDDI X  .HfrLt  Ii 'if '       TpmiB '   _SmiMH.  IHIIIIIIUIHIIIHHMIIIIIIIIIIIII_iHIIII^^I||lli|HHimi[l��Hinil|IIIH��HIMIII^  ^mtm^mmm^mm  ii^Hm��^mimmmm*mi*m**'^>^  MwmmmMiiwkm  Wf*-**^  Jit  *��^im^<#>wM  .���-7  <i.  11<  f f.   , *h. i*9 n^i  mito**��f* &****���*?*  j*"'**  i ,        i '   ��� *��,,  \  -<_.  ,..Jftiii^ _____��������.- . .-tet^+v^1^. ���^r'  \  \  \  V-  v-  yr.  ���     't\   i'-.v    'X -A  .SstWiS-^-31''-  \   .-f.v  \ ��� \' f ���  tinstone students  named to honor roll  \  \  FOLLOWING  are   students  named  to the honpr roll of  Section B  Wednesday, November 29- 1972  Pages 1-6  chard  TRAVEL FlLM produced by B.C.  department of travel industry won  the coveted An. nieux award and  best-in-show award at the recent industrial film awards competition in  New York. The B.C. film Island  Eden, was made   and directed by  korman E. Keziere, right. Pictured  with him is Hon. Ernest Hall. The  film outlines the beauties and recreation possibilities on Vancouver  Inland and gives the view generous  1 glimpses of the terrain from the air.  Won many honors ... .  Edna Crittenden Calbick,  musician, dies m Sechelt  EDNA Crittenden Calbick, noted in Vancouver music circles for many years;  died recently in Sechelt where she and  her husband had made their home since  1967.  She was  71.  ._....��� Born Feb....1, .1901 in St. Thomas, Ont.,  Mrs. Calbick came to Vancouver in 1909  able to play .the piano, violin and sing.  So well did she sing that she was asked  to perform for Dame Nelli iMelba and  Madame Clara Butt. J  For the next 50 years Mrs. Calbick  played for church functions, recitals and  appeared before, the Prince of Wales and  President Harding when they visited  Vancouver. She played a violin obligato  with Richard Crooks and played for- the ���  late Fritz' Kreisler.  broadcast from CRCV the Canadian National Railway radio station at the CNR  depot. This was the first national hookup of  cross-country radio.  Also in 1923, she, with Frances Nick-  awa, elocutionist,, and Charles Dawson,  baritone, made the first broadcast from  CKCD," The Daily Province radio station.  For several years in the 30s she had a  Sunday evening musicale on CKWX  with Julia Till, piano, and Mildred  Johnson, cello. At this time, also, she  was teaching violin and moulded a group  of 25 children into a first class orchestra  whom she taught, coached, accompanied  and conducted. Some of those musicians  may - recall what- a demand there was  for the group.  that \were  Elphinstone  Secondary Schobl first ^semester:  DIVISION 1���Debra Baha 2.3; Cheryl  Guelp.h 2:7.  DIVISION 5���Rick BlakeWn 2.5;  Heinz Breu 2^5; Dennise Dombroski 2.5;  Randy Kampman 2.7, Eleanor Lonneberg  .2,75, Ken McDonald 3,0. v.  DIVISION 6���Leslie Dixon 2.5.  DIVISION 10���Glenn Beaudry 2.3, Ri-  Clayton 3.0, Jim Flaclj 2.3,. Dean  Goddard   2.7,   Kim   Gregory   2.7,   Cindy  Kuruz  2.3,  Margo  Metcalfe  3.0,  Camille  Turynek 2.3.       '  DIVIBIOH 11���Kathy Marcroft 2.5..  DIVISION 12���Debbie Fiedler 2,5.  DIVISION 13���Norma Miles 2.5.  DIVISION 14���Laurie Kohuch 2.3.  DIVISION 8���Wendy Walker 2.5.  DIVISION  1$���Mel Clayton 2.3, Tony  [   Evans 2.3, Julie Gallup 3.0, Gwenda Havies - 2.7,   Lorraine   Nestman   2.3,   Randy  Watson 3.0.  DIVISION  16���Dave Boyte 3.0.  Alan  Stewart 2.3, Trevor Swan 2.3.  DIVISION   17���Marcia   Renaldis   2.3,  Darcy Stephenson 2.7.    .  DIVISION 21���Bruce Goddard 2.7,  Craig Hostland 2.3, Michae) Kampman  2.7, Joanne Laird 2.5, Patricia Lee 2.5,  Wayne Phillips 2.7, Glenn Wheeler 2.3.  ~" DIVISION 22���Carl Bredefeld 2:2,  Barbara  Wilson  2.2.  DIVISION 23���Barbara Meredith 2.25.  DIVISION   24���Lisa   Jenkinson   2.25,  Lily Mandelkau 2.25, Mona Suveges 2.5.  DIVISION 25���Cathy Gibb 2.3, Susan  Veday 3.0.  DIVISION 26���Cindy Frykas 2.7.  HONORABLE MENTION  Division 4���Vicki Gregory 2.0,  Cindy  Nygren 2.0, Sharon Sandy 2.0.  - Division 5���Tom Bulger 2.0, Jo-Anrie  Jorgenson 2.0, Debbrah McNevm 2.0, Lori  Montgomery 2.0.  Division' 6���Robert Stevens 2.0.  Division 7���Tracey Horseman 2.0.  Division  8���Karen  Spencer 2.0. .  Division 10���Don Roberts 2.0.  Division 11���Wayne Campbell 2.0, Kim  Cousins 2.0, Vicki Fearnley 2.0, Joka Zuidema 2.0.  Division 13���Pam Benner 2:0.  Division   15���Susan   Dixon   2.0,   Lisa  Kampman   2.0,   Brenda   MacKenzie   2.0,  'J'��(OT;,!R6dw~^"*2'.07v7''''"'^^^  Division 16���Stephen Miles 2.0. Scott  Rodway 2.0, Wayne Wolverton 2.0.  Division 17���Matt Ball 2.0, Elaine Gant  2.0.  Division    18���John   Gross   2.0,    Carl  .... Montgomery 2,0.  , ���_-. _  ..:..-_____��  Division 21���Gordon Currie 2.6, Karla7  Nygren 2.0, Mike Pearson 2.0, Chris Ryll  2.0.   -  Division 22���Linda Dandy 2.0, Stephanie Gibson 2.0, Barhara Jackson 2.0, Linda Laing 2.0.  Division 23���Andy Alsagar 2.li, Bette  Haslam 2.0.  Division 25���Robert Bulger 2.0.  Division 26���Colleen Casey 2.0, Jamie  McPhedran 2.0.  During the 20s, concerts,, recitals_and_ She was also busy playing piano for-  sic-UGst'iNtals - occupied7:ifiuehH3^ .groups",   throiighoutr  ����?-tnusic-tGstiVals- occupied  time and she Won the-highest marks ever  awarded  any   soloist,  She began her studies with Ethel  Lawson and for many years studied with  Holroyd Paull. With Dorothy Wotzill and  Charles Dawson they made the inaugural  'IrirM  HallrtidpnBa^  auxiliary names slate  THERE was a  good  attendance  at  the  meeting of the Halfmoon Bay Hospital  Auxiliary Nov! 20 at the home of Mrs.  Eva Lyons.  Ol'i'icors elected  for  1973 were: Mrs.  Sue 'Browning,  president';  Mrs,  Frances   '  Cook, vice president; Mrs. Olive Comyn,  secretary-laVeasurer;    Mrs.    Jean    Laird,  Umflshtip clian-ma^  chairman.  Mrs. Cook reported that she and Mrs.  Doii MacDonald recently.,.had, a record-',  breaking day at the'gift- shop, with sales  pf "knittqE" *'^d^:6^hH'^qi31ep,,'''octopl;'"'  clowns and slippers. Tho auxiliary's next  TThpift Shopduty^wlllbevOnDec, 2 and ���  any donations will be gratefully accepted,  The piano in the ejctended-carc unit-  of St. Mary's Hospital, which was,the  gift of the late Mrs, Vera, Sallis, is need-  l ing attention and the auxiliary is work- '  ' ing on the problem and hope to' havo it  in good working order again quite soon, ���'  Prize   winners    for    tho  auxiliary's  Christmas, rafl'lo wlll bo' drawn at, the  7Clu'lHtmris;"dlnnor ()^ tj^wpjcqrnp;; Roach;;  Community Association oil1 Doc, 97 :  Tho. ,mou,|)crs aro'��� plahnlng.'��; birthday party,at, tho pxtendad-caro unit on  Doc,. 24 from 3-4 p.m.. lo ^olobrala llio  JJ&Ui birthday of Hoy t Marshall,, tho ijou  of Mr, and Mrs, Keith Comyn,  ^rrihiurii ty ��� - concert.; -group's ��� thrbiighoutr  ihe ci'ty. 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Specialists   in   house   moving,  Apex Industrial Movers, Burnaby, jacked -^usiveTv with house moving,  the entire building onto their massive  flatbed truck Wednesday at noon, ancl  by lunchlime, Thursday, Bob was inspecting his investment at a lot on  North   Itoad.  A six-hour barge ride carried 1he  house owr Hnwc Sound to Gibsons harbor and a further \._ hours of inching  the building through Gibsons streets  b,roughl   the   appropriately-termed   'wide  load' to its.new location.  "I've owned six houses," Bob told  The Times.  "I  moved  all of them."  Apparently Bob McConnell isn't the  only one who believes the .proverbial  mountain should come to Mohammed.  Foreman of the 'transplant' operation  said that Apex was concerned almost ex-  "I've worked for them for 23 years,"  he said, "and I've never had to collect  unemployment  insurance."  One camper to another: "One thing  that, would holp me feel safer in the  woods would be a .compass needle confident enough to. pqint without trembling." '  flDiailllllBaaiiBBHBBIflaUBB  __n_______wmu_________n_m_i  FROM  HMKEH PeVRIES^  FLOORCOVERINGS LTD.  77 7 SUNSHlNECt>KST HIGHWAY. GIBSONS  Phono 886-7112  .       "  "Carpets     ,... * THes , * Linoleums 1 Drapes  Closed Monday, Open 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. ��� Friday Night til 9 p.m.     j  From, the pulpit  ���by Pastor Gerry Foster,  Gibsons Pentecostal Church  Af.ATN.the Christmas season is upon u>.  Signs of Chfistmas are "everywhere.  G.'iyly ilecoraled stores and special.Christmas advertising lead the w&y, but soon  homes will also manifest signs of this  joyous time of the year with colored  lights, lighted trees and even extra baking by Mom.  Yes, signs of Christmas but very different from the sign of the first Christmas. What was that sign? In Luke's Gospel is recorded an incident where an  angel of the Lord speaks to a group of  shepherds who were out watching their  flocks. The angel annoqnces that in the  city of David (Bethlehem) a Savior, Christ  the Lord, has been born. And then they  are told: "And this will, be a sign tor you:  you will find a babe wrapped in swaddling cloths and lying in.a manger." And  this sign was a token of the truthfulness  of Iho statement thai a Savior had been  born. The shepherds hurried off to Bethlehem and discovered that a birth had  indeed taken place where tlie new born  infant was lying in a manger.  This birth is what Christmas is all  about, Have you gone to that Savior in  the manger? If not, I suggest you follow  1h<v:e shepherds of old this Christmas,  and. make haste to see this Savior, Christ  the Lord.  Successful OJE.S bazaar  held in Roberts. Creek  ANOTHER successful1 Thazaar ! was  held  ft.   Roberts  Creek  Hall   Nov.   18   by  Mount. Elphinstone, chapter Of), Order of  Ens. tern-Star. ���'      -- ���������"������ ~ '���'-��� >���>   A.sKoc|f,.te matron, Mrs. Wilma Sim,  convenor, introduced Mth. Ruth Harrison,  worthy 'matron and Mrs. Margaret Swan,  Mrs. Swim liilorined Ihe record crowd  of shoppers of lho work carried out by  -lho order men!lotting tlie need for cancel led HtnmpM and coltou for cancer diros-  sing slallon,  The following were Hie winners of tho  prizes: door, .loan Covey, (.IIwhih; quilt,  iflar'ry ;MeWntter(.i'North Delta! rug, Mm.  Ray,Taylor, Cl'lbwiis; Ghrlatmaa cake, Mrs."  M, Crawford, Roberta Creek; grocpry  hamper; L, WllUnmn, Glbaons; Ll{ Flun>  rherl'elt; Edith Fraser, Gibsons; J,- Dowdie,-  Gib-sona.  ThfuikR*wero extended to nil who workr  ed, to make the evont a huccorh,  ' TThe Now7YoaivE,vo;souiiil Ir Dcci, 31  and tlelcola tiro now available from member.., ''  iurv absolves driver ^  in pedestrian death  CORONER'S.jury'investigating the, traffic death Oct. 29 'of !Vh;s. Jessie Viola "  Christiansen on North Road, Gibsons,  has held blamale.s, Gregory. Harrison,  driver of the car that struck her. Mrs.  Christiansen was a pedestrian at\the  time. -a  But they recommended lowering the  spped limit on North Road to 30 mph and  pif.sspd for additional street lighting in  the.  vicinity  of  the  accident.  Verdict of Jhe jury read: "The jury  unanimously concludes that Jessie Viola.  0-iri_.Ua..sen m<,t her death at approximately 87.0 pm' O.-t 29L 19V2 a. rf rc_.i_lt  k. . car j'ccirlrnl on North Tfinad in the  vicinity oi the Black residence.  "That death occurrred almost immediately as a result of impact with a  car diiven by Gregory Harrison. "We  attach no blame to the driver, of the vehicle. .  'We note the speed limit at the paint  , of th? accident is 50 mph. Although this  .did not have any bearing on this accident,  we, the jury, recommend that the .Ui-mile  limit  be extended to the  Langdale  ferry  terminal. v  "We recommend that, also, additional  'street lighting be provided in this residential area."  Coffeehouse draws  students and music  HAVE you ever had'a. Friday: night with  nothing to do? If so next time drop on  down  to  the  Coffeehouse  at  the  United  Church   in   Gibsons. There you will be.able '  to  sit   down   ancl  enjoy   some  music   or  sing  aliuig   wiih  the  entertainers.  The Coffeehouse is sponsored by tlie  Hi C Group, which consists of: Emily  Fraser, Chris Sneddon, Lynn Pinkney,  Glen Beaudry, Ann and Jack. Inglis, John  Sleep, Rob Chubb, Heather and Pat  White, Camille Turynek, Bruce Campbell,  Mike ^Fuller  and  Dale  Underwood.  These students spend their time on  Friday night, setting up the tables, putting up posters, and preparing the food  for others to enjoy. There are usually  adults, along with the Rev. Jim William-  cr��n.   to supervise.  There are different kinds of: music,  such as rockv 'folk or ���blues;- and a number  nl groups to entertain you, such as: Lee  Brown & Co.,, Kevin Starr and his group,  Bud Schacle, Lorne Jones, Miles Williams, Barry West, Colin Sweeney and  Peter Wallace.  It runs from 7:30 till 11 on Fridays,  not only for students, but for anyone who  wishes to participate, for 35 cents admission.  \  Page B-2   ^_ fhk Peninsula Times Wednesday, November 29, 197^  Pe,-  CLMmaS SPECIAL  SALE  ~��-v  100 All  Occasions  anef Casual Di-e��ses   \  Fortrel dnd Polyester. Sise& \% to  MV_.        2  Special, for  Hti&  Ladies' and Girls'  SKIRTS  Regularly $18.00    <|{|  QP*  Special '     8*3*3  3 PAIRS.. OF. PANTYHOSE  -_-.___:_  $2769  Regular Values  $18.00 Plus  nm ^ti  Cuffed Fortrel Slims  EIGHTIES  Cotton, tfanne.etfe and some  Nylon, At...  Gibsons - 886-9941  and  ^^^t^MjTSTJS,  ������������������������������������MM...���_.���-M-|_._1f|f|nnn||nM|U|f  TOTEM CLUB  BINGO  FRIDAYS, 8:00 o.m.  INDIAN HALL  Jqckpqf $300  $75 TOGO  * DOOR PRIZE *  VILLAGE OF GIBSONS  NOTICE OF POLL  Public notice is hereby given to the electors of 2he Municipality of the  Village of Gibsons, B.C., that a poll Has become necessary ot the  election now pending, and that I have granted such poll; aiid, further,  that the persons duly nominated as candidates at the said election, for  a     . .       ���. ���*      ��� ���'  whom votes will be received, are:  Two (2) Aldermen��� each for a two year..term������ 1973 and 1974.  SURNAME:  AfeCHER  OTHER OFFICE: RESIDENTIAL OCCUPATION:  NAMES: ADDRESS:  Hugh Robert        Alderman       1196 Shoal Lookout  Gibsons. B.C.  HARRIS  Norman Richard  Alderman  Longdate, B.C.  HARVEY  Robert John  Alderman  1570 S. Fletcher Rd  Gibsons, B.C.  HOEHNE  Kurt Herbert  Alderman  1758 N. Fletcher R  Teacher  Millwright  -Merchant  Gibsons, B.C.  Such poll will be opened at the Municipal Hall on the 9th day of  December, .1972, between the hours of 8 a.m. and 8 p.m., of which  every person is hereby required to take notice and govern himself  accordingly.  Given under my hand this 21st day of November, 1972.  F. Jean Mainil  RETURNING OFFICER  ���W-WW_rlW|��><_^��MMMI-ll-(UI-_^^  m  wm  WJ7  ww*mm*4m  Bwsw^w^aHW^W!^^ H ��W��W**P  ImJWwW^iWt^W^  WI^WW^ffl(#W��tm|.t*T^  ;  *\ .  t r   ,    ,��!.���,.       , .   ,    ,  VATF  ,-.���� t.u* .     . &a. *      r *  tymwfi&wiiityvW^^ *(ft��)ww*#is��tw*pHw��^^  J^^ifB^^^^^flWW^^p(ttffl���|(Mw^M^WM^|1^BS^J^^^ )��%)*W,*^t'<Bf*���*W"����***W��^  If you're thinking oHvak  Xngyout c��r, we Should talk.  We've been involved in  financing cars for a long time,  Anid we've worked with  probably evexy.dealor in town,  a loan that'll suit ypu without getting you in over your  head,  V  Wo can oven tajk about,  I one typof of loan #ftt g^ves you  I theAipp^ceofyourc^. v"'i  ;  (    , Even if you're not q  cu^omer;  -, 7;,^Q^Q^iatbccaugewe ,, ,  Imowhelpmg you do something  is, the best way to makp you ono,  Wm' '    ' Conieonin,   '    ,  affiSS .r      And let^fl talk cars.  ,_k. A.  The First Canadian Bank  a      , ,<  Bank of Montreal  0a$iM_a44<4--Ha-<miMB<t43l.  . -  wmimfmmmtmiiiimm  TT  >7 \ 4- V  7  \  ���  \  __-.  ���  4^1_ll{''>*��''��"  '.".-.a.   .   (,,_*  X  y  \  -V  ^grl^e.tlny, November 29, 1972     the Peninsula time* Page B-3  v  Ciib$-i_s bowling scores  V>��">Hii(i*f..iiiiin>r.iiiiii<..Hiii.fitiiiii>ifiiiiii>iiH>i4ti>ia  |    GLAD TIDINGS TABERNACLE    j  \  Anavets Corner  i *  ���Gibsons Army, Navy and  Air Force Unit 357  oy Adam' McBride  GREETINGS!    '   '  I guess the ."fastest- growing hobby-sport,  today   is   wiaV -games!   Basically,   a   war.  -   game  is the, hobby- of "fighting"  a  conflict, but with evei-y detail,  troops,  weapons, transport, and the like, scaled down  to a minute size so (hat a campaign such  as Kursk, El AlamaLn or Tobruk can be  fought-out on -an -area -the size of a ping-  pong  table: It" isnT-a  matter of simply  moving  the representative  pieces   wherever, or when ever one feels like it. .Every  move-is carefully measured in fractions;  of  inches,  and  eyen  a  day  or  week   is  measured - in -minutes."  Roger Des Rosiers, a hard working  member of Anavets and president of the.  local branch of the B.C. ��� Wargames Society, has just returned from Vancouver,  ,_   .where.the, fall ...meeting. _of the ..society..  turned out about 600 strong to take pai"t  in 'mini conflicts covering every era in  tinie' from Roman legions to Arab-Israeli  battles of a year or  two ago.  Hyroglyphics and Sanskrit show aha  tell of men using the equivalent of our  modern Msand table" and miniatures representing the forces to be used in their  strategy, so the art of wargaming is not  a new fad or flash in the pah.  I think every man whoever huddled  in a trench or fox hole with the rain pouring down has asked two questions of  the world; (1)."What the hell am I doing  HERE?" (2) "Who put me HERE?"  The answers to the first question are  usually academic. The answer for the  second question is the basis of wargaming. The beauty of wars in miniature is  .that anyone can be a general or field  commander with vast numbers of guns  and. troops at his disposal! .But it is a  different s'tory when one runs into the  ert of maneouver and logistics! The one  game I was priYiledged. to take part in  saw my artillery men trying to manhandle six-ton cannon up and down mountainsides and most of my cavalry finished  tip in 12..ieet\.pt.river;...vvr.ater.- yet I "never  heard a single complaint from the men  Involved!  _When j/pu1 figure that,a smaller cam-'  paign canvbeifought out,on a 4x8 table.,  in about three to four hours, imagine the  skill and cooperation needed for the' last  major; wa^gameslnxNewvYorkiTwHiere 30  jnen divided into the two opposing forces  ��� of the American Civil W!ar used over  30,000 piece's of miniatures over * a period  pf nine days )o refight 'the battle of  ShlloliM  ,.,  Ina, sense, chess, is, a, formal typo of  to ehfcat. Tho Infantry (pawns), the env-  nlry; 0<nipht,s), ancl 'artillery (castles), of  , tt'chess iRot; ore 'readily recognizable'ns  tho components of an ni'mecl host which  is exactly tl.o dri^inul'Viso, or meaning of!  (ihoss,  A spin pf. or side result of v/argamlng Is ���  the collecting of miniatures, Des Hosiers  lfpt. a collection,of 'some 3,000 pieces, all  exactly to fiealp.' all moUoulpi^sly hand  painted In the exact colors of their  original models I Roger has specialized - In  the1 Napoleonic on. and, ono only has' to  see a book of Illustrations of tlio uniform*,  of this time period to Imagine tho beauty  of these miniatures!. ,        ,  But I think tho best part of being a  wargnmo goneral Is the fact ^that you1  conthrov\r in divisions, of men. and guns,  1)0 completely smashed (not to ho confused, with drlnk'lng), and still know that  ,not,���as_Bli.glo,..fiQul-wnf-*hui't��and-nll��.tho-  damage wns to your pride as nn armchair, strategist! .,  ,.,, 7,i. y  . Well, hero's looking foreword to Dqp.  lfl, whon'Anovbtn Qlant Bingo will glvo  outq tol^l of ovor $1300 In prizes fpr tho  lufclty players!J We will hnvo It woll  nnnounced7so loolc for tho pastoral See  yOU flU.tlHH.Ql       , ,    . ���   -  LAN��DALE ELEMENTARY school  girls' soccer team played through  the season undefeated. Team members are (1. to r.): Anne Plourde,  Gail Head,- Ingrid Petersen, Denise  Hart,  Maria Pike; Wanda Erikson,  Barbara LytHe, L n n ne Wheeler,  Susan Martin (goalkeeper), Kathy  Boser, Callen Hoops (captain), Debbie Rolfe, Sigrid Petersen, Diana  Paul, Elizabeth Egan; Leslie Jenkin-  son, Maureen Whaley.  mmmmmmmmm  ~ '.*.*-��� *���'.' _'?" .. .*. "*"'. i  ia___tfc_u-k***��a  i^dMdrf^a^ddk^U-_--__t-_--_-__-  Cites high.cost 9,. .  Hume  jr  "I |H-*aillWV>5 il*fi**H    CK*-!**   ��  'QAtiPLES ~ Cnncllos ~ Candles  MIhh Boq's Dlspluy���Sechelt,  Boo  -  ?���  j Sunshine Const  Boy Scouts and Cubs  ., I i./   I      ��       _ l ...     |     , ' ,      r  Gltiibns)' Ro^offii Crook, '  Wilson Creelk, Socholl.  Sup^your  �����>���<��� Nut ���1'brivo'i-i-'-  ALD.   Ted  Hume   uas   urged   Gibsons  council  to  deal with   simple  planning  matTer _T 'tlfemselves, instead     of'refer- ~  ring applications to North Vancouver-  based planner. Rob Buchan, who works  for council on a  fee basis.  "This has cost  us a heck of a lot  of  money over the years," he told council's  meeting.last week.         His comments followed referrnl to  Buchan of an enquiry from Robert Coalos  on the feasibility of building a fourplex  on Wyngaert Road.  "On something straightforward like  this, do we have to go to the planner?"  he asked.  Mayor Wally Peterson said Buchan  was .best qualified to handle planning  matters. "In 10 minutes, he can tell the  area of the lot, size of the play area and  where the parking should be," he said.  "We (council) don't know the by-law  that well."  Clerk David Johnston said that some  applicants had their _wn architects who  could, interpret the by-law, but others  were working pretty much on their own  and they needed guidance.  Buchan was the man to give them  guidance, he felt. f  In Coates' case, "the., planner, will indicate" where the parking should be," sajd'  Peterson. "Otherwise, he could draw up '  elaborate plans all for nothing."  Hume  asked   how   long   they   would  continue'referring applications to "Buchan"  "aiid spending a lot of money."  ,,���.,, Johnston .��������� explained -. that they - were  "on the verge76f"starting'to do it ourselves",, but th'ey  would  have  to  wait  , un��l.,.X,building inspector had. been ap-.  pointed, , ���  Coatos7 enquiry was referred to planner Buchan for consideration, (  Under, other' business, council tabled  -0"^nve*slBnnture^potltl��ir"Tr��_rt,w^B"ia7*  School   Road   residents   opposing  re/.ou-  :jnH.ofJJint nroii^ for apartrnontuso, V1 ,, ,'  Tho potilion was a continuation of  nnothpp- suhmltlcd August 1 hearing 21  slgnoUircs, ���'"  "When wo houghf. our hpmos, wo un-  dcrHtood ,tlw. aron wasv_:onecl���,reslden-  tiol/' said Mrs, M, rWcllwbqd In an oe-  fompanylng lotler.      '  Mayor Peterson npled that no rozon*  ing applications had been received con-  corning tho area,      ,       .       ���  "Thoy aro' petitioning agoinst propos-  w. development wo haven't hoard any7  thing about," ho sold,  Aid, Winston Robinson PMRgoatod'tlioy-  wrl o to Mrs, Wollwood, Informing hor  that no rozonlng tippllcotlons had boon  ,rocolvod,       . ,      -a .,.���,,,4,,.a..-, ,.,., ������.���,:..,.,��,���.�����< ���-,.   Gouncu Instructed Johnston to, drnfl.  a lotlor to .this effect,  ^^A,.mootlng��Jfl-to-he*,.rrflnRed*,*hot,vi"00lf*  MLA Don Lockslond, onglneor Ken Kerr,.  Plnnnor.Rol. Buchon and council ropro-  Honlatlvos lp discuss o variety of plan- ,  nln/c Issues currently  undor consideration by council,         ,  lZ !��J1,m�� n .?^Q^nt date and  ni����(loci by council, ��f t|10|r imi mcet���_  Members of tho  * BliVIBSCIUUB      '   -,  ;;  ''''boposff'.yaur  Donations  ^frnpChrlqimas^Hmpm  7j:77y7at'tho' .   , ��� . .  '  GIBSONS UNITED  CHURCH  BASEMENT  .   ' I    ' j       ���       i-       .'      I,   j    ,   m,      N^Hmit to what yoM with  ; i   Wo pro a noh-rollglous; hon-  .'....,.*. ^profit organization",,... 1(, ���,  i'tjg; -Reported Johnston.  One will be positioned near the school,  he said, and another at the park.  Peterson observed that they held a  , great deal more garbage than existing  cans.  Candidate against  high-rise projects  HIGH-RISE development along Gibsons  foreshore is the mast serious threat  facing the village, said Norman Harris,  one of four contenders for two seats  available on Gibsons council.  "Without any reservations, I am totally opposed to the high-rise apartment  buildings at present associated with the  harbor development," he said. "Anyone  with .any. feelings fpr our environment  must shudderv. at, the thought .of four  stark, ten?,storey, concrete .towers blotting out the lovely view of the snowcapped peaks of the Const Range."  The 42-year-old millwright is married  with five children and lives in Langdale.  He stressed that careful' planning i.s  eSsential in the future development of  Gibsons. f*  :; "I have" ho axe to grind, real estate  or otherwise, but rathe). I,am concerned  that the village should continue to grow  in an orderly fashion lo the benefit of  all and not Ho the! gain" of' special interests.   ,a",The,. prppppecl ,>hiar|pQrJ,,1���deyelopment���  should be subject of "." long, hard  look'  before any, practical steps are taken, as  without  proper, planning  ancl  consulta-  " tion with all';tnxp:ayers, a serious traffic  problem'could easily occur in our most  restricted central area."  Ho: instanced ' West ��� Vancouver as "a  .Al'li^  l'y' a shorellno area,  "I,   and   I   hope ' you,   too? have  no  awish'to seef,thjala kind, oiv hideous skyline  dospolllng ourrpa|'t of beautiful British'  Columbia,  , "If olectod," ho plodgrtd,. ��.j- Inlond  lo, Inleiiost mysoir kconly" In this'and  similar ltemsiiof vital interest-to all who  Hvo In'tho village of Glbsohs;">p  ."���'���;,7, .y.  Probation violator has  term extended one year  ANTHONY Clifford Gibson, Gibsons, ap.  1 poaroc] Jn provincial court Nov. %\  charged with violating his .probation, >;,  7 Probation period was extended, from  ono year to two, with, further restrictions  Jn tho conditions, ���     >...�� .,..,  A  HIGH score^ for theAveek; Vvoijne Phil- _  lips, 672f Pat Muryn72&3; Jean Dew;  260; Freenan Reynolds, 848 347; Bill McGivern, 7t>-'. .'99. "      '       A  ���     :      _. '     \ 4  L&DlgS  TUESOAY  MORNING  ���Jean  Cew��� 602  (260);  Maureen Partridge,   605   (246);   Pat   Mutyn,   603   663  220); Jean Jorgenson, 609 (233); tfina *2bu- ^  deil, 606 (1731; Shirley Verhuist, 599 (228);  "Maureen   i >.'...-.,-  f.f.7   (?.lft);  Eettv  Inglis,  (213). y  GIJBSONS   "A" 1...5DAY  . Don .Mr-.r-r: 606 (219); Henry Ilin'z  {UP.P,): Job', <--!.i-i-:.ta.nr,pn .617 (26V," 221);  Gunner. O" i i.uncn .:.;:i.-); Ficfiimu Jley-  riolds <J4K iMi, 347, 234); Clara Nygren  632 (227): Wall Nygren 627 (235, 220);  Frank Nevens 613 (236); Paddy Richardson 614 (22tl. 21lv Ken Swallow 651 (273);^  ti. Sfartp4du 634 (223); Susan Tfoftnson  CC2S3); Art Holdesi (221).  WEE>HESt>AY, . P.M.  Fred Kvvdtrnn 607; Art Holden 720  (228, 262, ...tn. BUI Montgomery (230);  Ron Evans r. . i; Greg Lfmlcy (242); Mike  Skellett Cn.:7xJt.|... Bjunison 613 (222);  Tom Stenner ,234); Don MacDonald (254..  WEDNESDAY 9 P.M.  Dot Wright (236); Bill McGivern 765  (299. 234, 232): Carol McGivern 640 (229,  226); Bob McConnell (249); Bonnie McConnell (2131; Jim Leith 651 (255); Wally  Langdale (222); Don MacKay 689 (258,  226); Roy Taylor 707 (264, 231); Ed Gilt  (225).  SADIES WEDNESDAY MORNING  Marg 6 (234. 265); Nancy Douglas  (215); Y.voni.e Phillips 67.2 (259, 253); May  Jackson 5C7 (238); Marjorie Henderson  503  (258);  Nora Solinsky  579 .(247).      .  THURSDAY, 8 P;M.  Red Day 647 (239); Art Holden 666  (250, 223); Ray Whiting (221); Jacqueline  Inglis (213); Betty Inglis (241); Jack Morris (271); Bernie Thibault, (230); Mavis  Stanley 617 (227); Dan Robinson 217);  Orbita -de !os Santos (243); Vic Marteddu,  632 (258).  SENIOR CITIZENS^ TUESDAY,  ^TWO'^GAMES "    " * " "'" '""'"'"  Betty Wood, 236; Art Tisdale, 233;  Ernie Ritz, 270; Belva Hauka, 283 (163);  Nancy Schiedigger 241; Emile Schiedigger, 277; Flo Chaster- 228; Eval Pilling,  252; Mac MacLaren, 220; Dick Oliver,  3M_(178, 212); George B 243.  BANTAMS, SATURDAY, TWO GAMES  Noel Fraser 238; Glen Solinsky 282;  Scott Meda 295 (183); Norine Fraser 229;  Darlene Duncarr 202;r Dana '"WRiting 302  066); Geoff Pedeaul, 203; Larry Lineker,  256. - -   Oh! for days when  rent -was-just $20  FOR   RENT���4-room     house,   furnished,  full plumbing, hot water,'$20.  Before our switchboard, is jammed  with enquiries, we'd better .point out  that this particular classified appeared  in a jN-jst .'..sup of The" Tinier-.. On July  26, I Ml). Lu lie exact.  - George Owen, Gibsons, found Jlie tattered, yellowed, but still readable newspaper wrapped around a water pipe in  his' Seaview home.  . Then in its first year of ptiWieation,  The Times wad circulated ^ree d-f" charge  "to every home between' For-f Mellon  and Halfmoon fiay.  Back in the "good old days5', a family  pack of Corn Flakes sold for 22 cents  at Grayson's Ltd., "In every way the  Peninsula's most modeni groceteria."  . Coffee retailed at 60 cents a pound  and a bottle of Campbell's Catsup for  23 cents.   ���  Entertainment for the week consisted  of three brand new movies "The Road  to. Rio" with. Hope, Crosby and Lamouf,  "Calcutta", starring William Bendix and  Alan Ladd and "The Exile" with Douglas  Fairbanks  Jr:  Lead story .on July 26, 1949 was a  federal government proposal to install  public toilets at Gibsons wharf. Another  Hern told of the opening of a new dentist's office.  "For the first time in the history of  the Peninsula, a fully modern dentist  office has now been established,"..proclaimed'the article.  "Located" justeast of Roberts Creek  village centre on the lower road, the  office was opened by Dr. A. M. Lowe in  a" building especially constructed for  dental work." '   ' '  An "editorial  called for support  of  a  Board of Trade move to establish a liquor  .store in Gibsons.,  _  ;"'Wherf if ;iFmisused? Hquorrcan honestly he called a dissipation," it read,  "But it is not the only dissipation in this  world. A tendency to over-indulge in  gossipping, selfishness and narrow-mindedness can be just as detrimental to  society."  Sunday .. 0 a.m.; 11 a;m.; 7 piiin.  Wednesday Bibie Study 7:30 p.m.  __,PASTOR NANCY DYKESX  Gower Point Road  .. 886-2660  niiifiiiiiiiiiiiiuiiiiij.iiiiuiiiiiiuituiaMiuiiuauiiuinuiiS  SUNSHINE COAST  GOSPEL CHURCH  (Undenominational)  Sunday School ��� 10:00 a.m.  Church Service ��� 11:15 a.m.  Evening Service 7:30 p.m.  PASTdR REV. S. pASSELLS  Davis Bay Road and Arbuhn  (2 blocks up from Highway)  GIBSONS PENTECOSTAL  Highway and Martin Road  Sunday School: 9:45 a.m.  "Suhdity ��erv.ces:. 1 \a.tt\. 7f>.rt\.  Wednesday: Bible <3n<l Piaret i?:3.Q p.rfi.  Friday: Youth Servicie*���7:^Q p.m.  PASTOR: GERRY FOSTER  n   Phone:  886-7107  The United Church of Canada  SERVICES  St. John's United Church - Davis Bay  Sunday Services - 9:30 a.m.  Roberts Creek United  Sunday Services - 2:30 p.m.  Gibsons United Church  Sunday Services - 11:15 a.m.  Port Mellon United!  Sunday Services - 7:30 p.m  (2nd and 4th Sundays)  Ministry  Rev. Jim Williamson - Gibsons - 886-2333  The   smile   he   tried   to   swallow   got  away and slid across  his face.  BAPTIST CHURCH SERVICES  CALVARY BAPTIST  CHURCH  Park Road, Gibsons 886-7449  Morning Worship 9:30aa.m.  Sunday School 10:45 a.m;  Evening Fellowship 7:00 p.m.  Prayer and Bible Study;^Thuredays 7:30'p;mr  BETHEL BAPTIST CHURCH  Mermaid and Trail Sechelt 886-7449  Sunday School 10:00 a.m.  Worship Service 11:15 a.m.  Prayer and;Bibte! Study,_  Wednesday/ 7:30 p.m.  REV. W. IM. ERICKSON, Pastor  plan  CHRISTMAS d i n n e r for Gibsons Old  Age Pensioners is tentatively scheduled lor Dec. 14 at. 0 p.m. at the United  Church hall. ' .      .  Pensioners are cautioned to watch for  date changes, should there be any, in,  notices in markets,, shops or The Times.  Tickets are available from the secretary;  Mrs. Rita Silverton. There will be no  meeting in December and the social after-;  noon will be held Dec;r 4, 7v  Executive for 1973 are: L. MacLaren^  president; Mrs. Elizabeth HaMead, first  vice president; Capt, O. G. Bray, second  .vice, president;. Mrs;Rita> Silverton,. secretary; Mrs. Gwen Crosby, treasurer; Mrs.  Raby, KariL Fraser and Mrs, Ellen Chamb-  ;,erlin|'directors.      "      ' ':'  At the, Branch 38 meeting Noy, 18,  a large turnout, welcomed new members,   ,  ' Mr. and Mrs. Did; Oliver, Returi)in(j was  Mrs,   Ann* Davis,   The  group  stood   in   ���  silence in honor of Mrs. Enefer, a long-  'time member of Branch 38, *  ���,�����.���Dui'ing��. the.<,.Remoml)i'anco��Doy."cere��<��'*  mony n, cross whh Ini^i by L. MitcLaren  representing the members,  '���"'"" "MriC" Ed .stein'" rttjucsted* that Nnbol>  coupon,^ be .turned In as soon us .possible.  A bus trip to Richmond for a (toy's  shopping is planned for Wednesday, Nov,  2|) (lodny) with lunch nl Simpson Sears. '"  Mn; MricLaren aiicl ,a ienm of el|{ht  ��� bowlers journeyed to Pender Harbour to1  visit arjd ,Rhow  the senior citizens  the  fundamentals of carpet bowling In which  they ha^^hown much'Interest, 7 ��� ' 7" '  The rnfflep, n cushion made and don��  . nted .by Mrs,tBernhof, wa.1! won by Mrs.  Plo Cbastei. and a bottle oC wine was won  ���; l)y;;Wtrs,a Daisy  Nail. 7 ������  "��� 7  '���"���'. r��� ��� ;   Woi'd.s flutlorcd from lilm llko swnl-  -1 lows leaving n-,barn at daylight, "'   ������������mmmnmnitnnniMMMMMi  ���MMMKHIMMiiiimmimmimh  DANCING  9:30 to 1:30 o.m.  Pizza Available  Dance to  "IT'S MY FAULT"  The best in live entertainment  SATURDAY, DECEMBER 2nd  JOIN THE FUN  PENINSULA HOTEL  Highway 101 ���Cover Charge ���886-2472  ���  MMMNfMIMMWMIIHNMIflNHfM  Use 'Times' Adbriefs to Sell. Rant. Buy. 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GIBSONS_MUNICIPALITY  "     .        ������������' ' (( ;.... ',-. f'   '   '       ''      <      '���    ' -*'���    * '  Dear Fellow Voters:  ' ... .   .  " '  ���   \     " ���  i      e" .'' "  Ohco again the tlmo Is (lfcro when wo choose tho mem-'  f?er? wo wish to havo represent us,    J.,,,,;,  ���,   ---"i--���--1 jpelkvo the ratepayers of- Gibsons* have* for'yedrs*onjoyey���'  tho licnoflts of excellent municipal government with reasonable;  restrplnt, ���'  V It has boon my wlph for many years to servo as an alderman  and,a with serious consideration, I feel I am In a position to servo  this communMy to tlio benefit of all concerned,  , . . , , , . , , ,, | .,.,,���,, t ...... ,4  ^j^il^l^am^^^yeqra.old^marrled^and^havori.a"^  I havo boon successful.In work and business, I believe,rriy experience,  ..'.will.'boofwluo.ln.promoting continued fejood goVemmontln.Glbsons,:  ,       '.     ���        ���.���.'.' ;   .        V -'   .     '   7,        '        ,��� ',  7"       .'  Progress with report:   , ' '     ..' ','"��� i7  ��aytBjiii)tM^Wfc^^  M^-tc^i^ws^iM^ ma -J*-**-1  :  r  Septic Tank Contractors  ,7        ���'���.        .a"*-.!   '���" a , t        ...      ,     .,���  Gibsons      .; ' ,, 886-2953  ^l^Z'tZ-ij^'^Suppofa '.,  ���Your aupportla sincerely sol lcltcdr~B"���-=-��,.����*����.  [: , tBe surotoyoto Saturday, Decembef 9\\.,2j7'77.'..!?.',.;  i'i' . t  '7    '    '' '    '   SJNCEREUY,  N��f k< HARRIS ���  -,   Mf'. rt i     .      (r'h    1^7   '^'ri     C   iVV   '"'^^   ' * "ryi.i $t ">   f  "i     * * iik\i **^m  W*M��I|PW  .UhKfct^W WHM*^*W* *WlMrt��a��*)B����pW*(W Ji.  mmmmmm&m  *r  mmimmmmmm  >  IMi^.WI1MMtHM'��*^��rWiy^ \-  Page B4 The Peninsula Times  Wednesday, November 29, 19J2  Topics v  A DENTIST would try to treat a handicapped  person almost as he would  a  normal patient.  The dentist must know that the patient is handicapped well in advance of  any appointment and he should \be briefed on the patient^ medical background.  The dentist- should make his own ex-,  animations as well as rely on information   from   the   patient's   physician.  The doctor will have a good idea how  much dental stress can be tolerated and^  will advise the-dentist on various drugs  and procedures that the patient cannot  take.\-'  Many mentally retarded and physically handicapped persons can be treated  in a dentist's office. Otheia, however,  need a general anaesthetic merely to be  examined x and may have to be treated  at a hospital^as an- out-patient.  Close cooperation between dentist and  physician is needed when an epileptic  is involved. Anti-convulsant drugs may  have to be administered. Appointments  should be'carefully scheduled and the  patient should not have gone without  food for hours before the- appointment.  Cardiac patients must be careful of  even the smallest infections. Those with  a history of rheaumatic heart disease  should receive an antibiotic before any  oral  surgery  is  undertaken.  Arthritic and cerebral-palsied persons  "��� often don't have the muscular control  to sit' quietly. Where treatment can be  given without a general anaesthetic, appointments should be short. The physician can also be of much help in treating the apathetic aged or chronically  ill.  Even the allergic patient should tell  his dentist about his medical history. He  may get strong reactions to such things  as certain anaesthetics and filling materials. ���Canadian  Dental  Assn.  B.C. IS A  BEAUTIFUL PLACE  a.i_iiiii.iniMi!iimimHiiiiii(..MiHiiMiiiimiim  WHO?  WrtAT?  WHEN?  WHERE?  You'll know the answer  world with Cable Vision  TV  from all over the  your window and  x  stage of the world I  COAST GABLE  \  7  i Sechelt Phone 885-2444 |  Jl ������������������ mm || ��� IIIH UIIIIIIIIIHIIIIIIIIIIII I IIIHHIIIUIIlllIUIIIIIIIIIIIIIimU""  Music students play  tor senior citizens  Safe Motoring  DON'T MESS IT UP  49mmmm94K��mm0im0mi4*Mmnmmm0mn4ni4m9i9mfmimt>itiinm9a  MUSIC students of Mrs. G. L. Brooke  celebrated Canada Music Week by  presenting programs of music at Sechelt  Elementary School for Sechelt senior  citizens and at Welcome Beach Hair for  the community 'association.  Piano solos played were "Bobby Shaf-  to" by Rogene Talento, "In a Canoe" by  Riccoh Talento, "Three and Twenty- Pirates" by Donald Dombroski, "The Joking  Soldier" by Earl Antilla and Ecossaise of  Beethoven by Kari Neilsen. Also on the  piano, "Jamaican Serenade" was played  by Bonnie Janiewick, "The Sea Horse"  by Lhevinne Talento, "Yellow Bird" by  Karen DnrnbToski, "Juba" by Audrey  Prescesky, Mozart's Sonata in E. by Denise Dombroski and "Softly as I leave  you!' and an unusual setting of "Sentimental Journey" by Judy Parish.  Three guitar players - were La.n c.e  Parish with "Lezione", Russell Cunningham with "Almande la mon amy La"  and "Allegretto", and Ginger Cunningham with " Allegro". Russell and Ginger  also played a duet, "Invention" by G. S.  Bach. .  Accordion soloists were Sharon McKay who presented amusing Variations  on Three Blind Mice as well as accompanying the singing of "O Canada"  and "The Queen", Leon Prescesky _,who  played Caller Waltz and other pieces  and John Branca whose repertoire included "A Relative of Samba", "Charlie  was a Boxer", "Roll out the Barrel and  the Liechtenstein Polka.  Two-voice students were Louise Murphy,   singing   a   delightful   little   song  "Mary Ann Went to the- Mill" and Deir-  ,  die   Murphy  singing -"Christmas  Quiet",  ".The   Lilac   Tree"    and   "Come    to   the  7- .Glair". At the Welcome Beach Hall, owing  "���*��� to the absence of Mrs. Brooke, Deirdre  sang   unaccompanied.  The  easiest wayf to get  into  trouble  to be right at the wrong time.  SECHELT AGENCIES  DATE PAD  ��� This free reminder of coming events isa service of SECHELT AGENCIES.  LTD. Phone Peninsula Times direct for free listings, specifying "Date  Pad". Please note that space is limited and somef advance dates may  havo-to yva|t,thejr turn: also that this- Is a7l'^mindior''listi^qs only and.  cannot always carry full details.  ftMMUHM����UMMM  Nov', 29���8:00 p.m.? Bingo, Sechelt Legion Hall.   w '  "    ( "--������"' "!  Nov, 30-t-7:30 p.m., Christian Film Program of Germany, Welcome  Beach Hall,  Nqv, 30���8:00 p.m,, Bingo, Ponder Harbour Community Hall.  Dec. 1  ���2:00 pm., L, A, Bazaar and Tea, Roberts Creek Legion Hall.' ���  *,Dcc,..2._.���Sunahino.Coast*Scouts.andXubs,H^^Prlvfl,*��.��M*WMW,i��^^w.����.   ,  Doc, 3 -��� | :00 p.m., Homomakors' Club Rummage Sale. Rcsonvo Hall,  Dec, . ���2:00 p.m., Social, dr. 38, OAP.O, Health Centre, Gibsons  Doc, 9 ���i-l 0:30 a.m., Bako Sale, P,N,G, Club of Sunshine Coast,,���.���������..,.,,,,��.  Rebel.ah'Lodge, old Auto Parts Storo,  Doc, 12���8:00 p.m.-Wilson Crook Community Assoc, Mooting, Wilson  Crook Hall,  Doc, 13���12 noon.Ponclor Harbour Aux, to St, Mary's Hospital Lunchoon  Doc, 15���10:00 a,m, to 1:30 p.m., Wilson Creek Community Assoc,  Coffoo Parly, ��� ���      ������. 7>   ��������� ������ ���-...��� ��� ���...- '���  ������������   ���   ��������..  Doc, 16���8 p,m���,Square Danc|ng, Wilson Crook Hall, Everyone wojcom'o,.'  Doc. 16���8 p.m./Anavets Giant $1200 Bingo, Robprts Crook Community  Hall,  Due, 17���1:00 R,m.,���Loglon Children's Christina:. Parly, Socho|| Legion  ��� ,,  '       ' "���|al!//pFgvfoi'.^ , .       '    ,;'  ASK FOR OUR FREE CATALOGUE OF REAL ESTATE  [Multiple   Lilting   Sorvlco  Vancouver Roal Rstato   ���  Board  REAL ESTATE  INSURANCES  AGENCIES LTD.  Ptiono 885-2235 Box 128; Socholt, B.C.;  Or. call Toll  Frpo  from tho Greatar .Vancouver Area  '''.". "���        ���     ZEnith-2021  THERE is a lot more to winter car  maintenance than checking the antifreeze and changing the oil. Slippery  roads are problem enough without having to worry about cpld-mqrnjlng starts  and rush-hour stalls. -Be winter wise-  prepare for the worst now.-  Brakes���Be sure they are balanced. Equal  pull on all wheels is a must to avoid  skids.  Tires���   Regular  tires   must   have   good  tread. Snow tires with good tread can  help in  snow  but  are  no  better  for  stopping   on   ice,   unless   they   have  studs. Studded  tires  are  legally  used  in   British  Col-imbia  from  Oct.   1   to.  April 30 of the next year. Chains help  .  in mountainous  regions  or  when the  snow  is deep.  Windshield���Check  wiper   blade  tension  and defroster. Add proper anti-freeze  solution  to  washers.  Battery���Test. for  full charge  and  good  connections.  Exhaust���Inspect muffler and entire exhaust system for leaks tp prevent  deadly carbon monoxide.gas poisoning.  Extra equipment���Carry a window scraper, brush, tire chains for when the  going gets rough, traction mat, booster  cable and shovel.  HEAVY WEIGHT  If your wife can't lift 450 pounds,  then be aware thai you are risking your  child's life every time she holds him on  her lap in a moving automobile. In a  sudden slop, like a rear end collision at  10 mph a small child will, generate a  sudden force of more than 450 pounds.  This is enough to tear him out of the  average wife's arms and hurl him into  the dashboard or windshield like a fresh  egg���with much the. same results.  Are people just careless? Can they  be unaware of the great forces that are  generated in sudden crashes from relatively slov* speeds? Do they assume it  can't happen to them? Remember, if you  are in any auto accident, you stand a  76 per cent chance of injury or death  if you don't use seat belts, compared to  4 a 30 per. cent chance of injury, if you   wear them; !   ��� .-  If  you   don't  care' about  your   own  ;,,, safety, ..a.t,,,Jleast,,,ci)nHlder ,,youi,1,fchikli;en.  Little' children present1- wl special problem  because, thoy  are difficult  to  keep  .under,,a  Stalidard, auto  scut  bolt,. Tho  usuul  "ci.r  seat' hook-bvcr",i 'model   has"  already ��� boon removed  from  retail display as the danger of their structure Is  evident. In4he sudden stop of a collision,  the seat,, and the.jclilld Twill smash Into  the windshield pr dashboard, When "rem  buy a' car seat for your child, make sure  ��� the seat conforms to the Canadian Safety  Standards.  BE   SEEN  Pedestrians', become more of a hazard .  to motorlsW as, tho daylight hours phprtT  7 on. Pedestrians!Tmlght like to retort that  ��� motorists. ityjcpme wore,' qC r >.; ha wda.��to;.���  foot traffic, Whichever way around, H 1'h  , tho tlmo of year for drivers ahd walkers  'alike U> adjust themselves., to}the perils-  of  darknuHtr'and   shadows  aiid   uneven  llKlilliiK.'- -   ��� ���   -i  lio Hator-ho soon In a wise, rule for  IHJiloHlrlai.H, , A   number   of   lnexpenslvq  1 materials aVo now available to make pod*  oi.trlans highly.visible lo u\otQ��.lntH���ayon  on the darkqKL , nlfjlit,, TheHq^matoiials,,  bounce llyht boiuirm from't. ear's'' head-'  lights directly /back at tho driver,: Some  ipatorlalH', attach  easily���ito  o Qjtt'fiLjnpd  jackets, Small d/.nalo taKB have peon de-  _ sinned  to  hang  from  purse of. (, poa)cQt:,  ' The least' n 'podes'lrlan"can' do to"' provoril  boliiK run down Is to wear or carry,.omo-  thing .white or llaht-colpijrcd���-and to  i^ihomlmr iilwuyu lhat to tiuo In mot iwu-  uiii.arlly lo lie iiuu... ,    .   .        ''  RECORDER   BAND,   led   by  Mr.  Rees, provided one of the highlights  at Madeira Park Elementary  School's special assembly held last  week to celebrate Canada TMusic  Week. Parents were invited to hear.  piano solos by Rogene and Lhevinne  Talento, three selections by the  school band , songs by the choir and  solos by Earl Antilla (piano) and  Sharon Mackay (accordion). During  the assembly, trustee William Malcolm was presented with a gift on his  retirement from Sechelt School  Board.  SCHOOL DISTRICT Wo. 46 (SECHELT)  Box 220 Gibsons, B.C. .        '  NOTICE OF POLL  Election of School Trustees  Rural Area 'A'  Public notice is hereby given to the electors of the School Attendance  Zone above-mentioned, that a poll has become necessary at the election  now pending, and that I have granted such poll; and further, that the  persons duly nominated as candidates at the said election, for whom  only votes will be received, are.  TWO to be elected.  NAME  TERM    ADDRESS  Stanley W. Collins  dies in Saskatchewan  A SECHELT resident, Stanley W. Collins,  67,   died   recently   in   Swift   Current,  Sask.  Funeral services were conducted in  Abbotsford with interment in the' Legion -  section of Hazelwood cemetery. Rev. N.  Calland, with officers of Fairview Lodge  of the Independent Order of Odd Fellows, officiated.  Mr. Collins retired to this area after  24 years with B.C. Hydro. He served  with the RCAF. in World War II and  was a member of the Canadian Legion.  He was a 40-year member of the Odd  Fellows and had recently transferred his  membership to the Sunshine Coast Lodge  76,' Roberts  Creek.  He  is  survived  by   his  wife,   Lucille  (Lou); a daughter, Mrs. Leila L. Senter,  Butte,   Montana;   a   mother,   sister   and  two brothers. ���  KINGSTON,  Mrs. Mary 2 yrs.  MURPHY,  Patrick J. 2 yrs.  PRESCESKY,  P.L. 2 yrs.  WHITE,  Mrs. Kathleen2 yrs.  OCCUPATION  Housewife-cook  Administrator  Halfmoon Bay, B.C.  Halfmoon Bay, B.C.  R.R. 1, Madeira Park, B.C.      Businessman  Madeira Park, B.C. 7 Housewife  CHRISTMAS  Party���Table  Covers  with  Matching Plates ancl Serviettes���Invitations, Tags and Seals���Miss Bee's���Sechelt.  Such poU will be open on the 9th day of December, 1972, between the  hours of 8 a.m. and 8 p.m. at:  SECHELT ELEMENTARY SCHOOL  HALFMOON   BAY  ELEMENTARY SCHOOL  MADEIRA PARK ELEMENTARY SCHOOL  GARDEN  BAY SHELL  EGMONT ELEMENTARY SCHOOL  Of which every person is hereby required to take notice-and. govern  himself accordingly.  Given under my hand this 20th day of November, 1972.  Joan Rigby  RETURNING OFFICER  ��wim^9i^��f>Hvlie��tmt.i^n)tfi. aa#in*p i  i M��r��i4a*((ww����B.  '''���'CttnHcHirnfViou^  in much-piilU'iio families carping Under-  $5,000,  i  si  .  \  jStUW-  . r^fty vt9tmmmttmmmUM**toitmbl*im&*&mtatiiwto  Mt.f  "ft*  dWIIMHMWIMW  YOUR ONE ST0p  CHRISTMAS  No Less Than 9  Friendly Merchants  WOOD NATURALLY BE  in the  fc*��Roya,hB{,tik:  jt Stetfnians - Camfrboll's Variety Ltd  -jif Macloods <7 Trail Bay Hardwaro  i ..�����..,.  Yellow  Pages  V f -,jj  -If  .ti,   * i.  '���jfc- Contlnontal Colt fur 6s & Bout I quo  ��.k|.     ll'-VlLa-i     ,l��� .,        ��^ i  !,, , .���,14     .   i,,f      ft, ft,       .    \...  .1 ,,,!       .J,n...|a..l  if Goddard'$ Fashion Gantro  J^fc ^^ WW W^ MFW       I   Wt.  ^^P^ _W  ^ Coffoo Shop and Snack Bar I. '"'  .> .        h, aC,  t    .    .      , , , ,    I       I,   . ,   , A       ,     _        .   , ���       I   . ,  , , ,  1 r-' i        ' ' i        '  4        I I  If |     ���        I  .,./  ��j  '      t     *      *      t        Pa \  _-i!~  W  \  s  News Notes  j  The Peninsula Times,  \,  -  %  \  ���\  ^M^~K_k  \\  i  ii.';  I.?.  t*  - NOVEMRF.rhhirthdav  part\  in  the  ev-7  ,��� v    ...a*-....*'.:-, .-.ji,.  '..U).;;i> pj" si. ^5jrj\. JTuj.-  ���"pitarJ "tvas  m  h.m.i��v   ,vf Mrs   Oreiioi;. The '  Gibsons   Auxiliary   did  the  honors  \vi,th  their homemade goodies for tea. fiends  \   donated  the birthday cake and  all the  patients   who  could  be  moved  were  iii  the loiirige. for the party.  Gibsons  ladies  were, Mr*. El'ip Willis,  volunteer  chairman",  Mrs.   Iw   Richards, Mr^ Paisley Plows and Jackie In-..  ' glis   Emily   Fraser   two   of   the   junior \  volunteers.  Entertainment foil the ^ftcrnbon Was  provided by the Mufphy family of H_.l_>  moon Bay. Dcidre, Sheila, Louise and  Stephanie joined by their father Patrick  Murphy himself, with Mrs. Hatcher on  the  piano. '  Mrs. Eileen Brotherston came down  from Pemberton to be with her mother  right, on hex birthday N��v. 18 and stayed  for the Sunday celebrationA The Auxiliary ladiB5r~hrought along an"."dfehid~  corsage ���which" looked beautiful on Mrs.  Cregor'r, purple dress.  Evan, Mark and Lance Gray nf West  Sechelt, attended the Trans-AMA international motocross championships at  Puyallup, Washington. This was a real  thrill for young bike enthusiasts to see  world champions Joel Robert, .Roger De  Coster, Ake Jbnnsson and many more  top  European  riders.  SMELLY  TALE  John Buckeridge. manager of Secret  Cove farina, awoke one morning at 5  o'clock to the rustjing of papers in the  living room. Thinking it was his cat  he roared at it to cut it out, the noise  persisted, so up jumps John" and without his glasses, could barely make out,  a furry object flying by and' out the  cat door. You know the kind that lets  cats in and  out on  their own.  The next evening while having a drink  with his friend. Bob Nygren, with the  cat sitting in full view, the cat door opened and in walked another kind of cat,  that well-known member of the skunk  family, a civet cat.'It flashed down the  hall and stayed there. A friend' had expressed a desire to catch one of these  for a pet, so the two fellows decided to  leave it alone and try" to pen it the  next day.  Later in the evening tlie curoisity of  the cat got the'"better of its common-  sense. John went down the hall to see  what was there, and cornered Mr. Skunk.  John, in concern for his buddy, the cat,  bent down to pick him up when the  c.9.rn.$red animal mistook .his intentions  and well you know what he did and it  wasn't Chanel No. 5 either. John spent  the rest of the evening tomato juicing  himself and his cat, after. disposing of  the skunk in short order,  MUSIC WEEK  It was a disappointed week ..for Mrs.  G. L. Brooke's pupils who were to play  at the hospital for music week. Owing  to a problem with the piano which cancelled the pianists, one of the guitar-  players playing ih a quartet came down  with the mumps.. Perhaps at a.later date  they will play fo�� :tiie^si.jiie��tsvv.';i<  At   the  Connor  household   there   has  never  been   a   cat,   simply  because   one  ,ybf the family never wanted one. As' lie let  iWl?11 other animals riiaike a home here he  ^..Jjyas allowed his way. The time has come,  S|��fats or mice having messed around with  ���by Peggy Connor  the tickets" for the tabes' eating"order-.  Th.�� hesi decoration in the' w^rld, -the  food, kept disappearing,, only -te- be .'.-  pldced with more hot, enticing dishes,  ���nich as turned shrimp, Italian lasagna,  piekied herring, sw-eet- and sour .kwiei_er-  Tjchnit-el, cfiiii. With plate fitted to overflowing' the eye wmii-i still fihd something the hand- had mi ,$ed. Dessert fruit  nip, delicious with small cake -., tarts, and  petit fours, v the latter a p'^ure^ them-,  selves, were all the work t " Irs. Betty  Laidlaw. 7-  Mrs. MM^le McDentiid v. ,& in charge  of the bar boys, "Sonny Benner, Vit^Ed-  motid.s;  bur -Uckol&r���Balx-J-smis. ..  Doorkeeper Was Fred Schuett. Hostesses Mrs. Ina- ���Grate, Mrs. Peggy Conrjor  mnnaged to sea?" everyone to their satisfaction. Assisting with the food were  Mrs. Mollie Smith, Hazel Haddon, Ceiia  Messner. .   ���  Door prizewinners   were  Mrs,  Jean     ajj  pA|iAM, _-.���__��������� _4*-_ .��*_*#��.��_  Trousdell, Halfmoon Bay, Mrs. Myheera     Wa�� t &IIQW q^nC$m^Btet  1   Pag^ B-S  '    W-e&fesdi.y.'Nflv^her 29,Jl4M  chapter:  The "local group _is known as the Pen-,  insiilp Chapter cif "PWP and is in the process of. getting started. Interested par-  'ents are vvelcon^e  to join.  Parents without Partners is one"of the  fastest-growing noh-prpfit organisations  in the world with chattels in Hew Sea-  land, ^ustrsuia, Euto^a and Ehglahd and  USA.  ' '   *    ' ���     v"' ���.   '���   Iraportanr.? is put on educations to  help do a -better joh if rearing children  and. to help members, become adjusted  lo the single-parent status.' It is. not a  dating bureau, quite the contrary. By  joitung iiuoh an organisation nrdiny pfbb-  lc.n7 can hr. i.olvcd without involvement  to  one   person.  Family nights arfe. held where parents  and their children cdn get. together for  an^^vtwu^siiin. Last Friday such a  night was^TeTa~~-m^the Sechelt school  gym.  Volleyball was the mail,  activity.  Uncle  ifenes-.   Mrs.   Befty   McKay     and  l\liek himtH��  Tlie ori'hestra was the Penn . Kings,  led by Brian Swarison, singer and gui-  taristi Graham Edney, drummer, Lance  Ruggles. Their music gets better and  better.  The convenors, Mrs. Margaret Humm  and Mrs. Dorothy Carter, wish to thank  everyone who worked so-well to make  this   another   successful  smorgasbord.  A special thanks goes to Albert Lynn  who gave so willing of his time, and to  the ever increasing assistance from' "our  men", not that liberated yet, that their  assistance is not only needed but approbated.  PARENTS WITHOUT PARTNERS  Elva Sloan. Roberts Creek, and Mr?.  Glenda Drane. West Sechelt were greatly  enthused .about the weekend conference  of Barents without Partners at the Seat--  tle  Hilton  Hotel.  Representatives from Alaska, Utah,  Montana, Idaho Arizona, Nevada, California, Oregon, Washington, Victoria,  Vancouver, Sechelt and New York, attended. Leaders from all these areas  headed by international president, Bob-  Cizek gave an inspirational workshop.  Included in this group were Mrs. Bernice  LeRoy, zone administrator i'or the Pacific  coast area, Norm Carnie-from California,-  director of children's activities.  Ruth Carter, professor at Oregon State  University who gave an outstanding presentation on the single parent goals, was  thanked for her presentation with standing ovation from the 200 members at the  luncheon. - ���-   - _������  The Salem, Oregon region honored  Miss Carter who is in her 70s, with an  honorary  membership in  the  PWP. -  ��� The theme of the conference was  "Goals in Life" and was successfifl_\in  presenting mahv ideas to inspire leadership in the PWP helping their chapters  to become successful, in their purpose of  helping the single-parent family.  Rev. Buchanan spoke of goals, away  of life, telling what his church was doing  for tho single parents in the Seattle-area.  Parents without Parlners chapters  range from 1C to 2,800 members a single  visits coast cnt^pter  WARREN Godfrey is grandmaster of the  grand lodge of B.C. of the Independent Order of Odd Fellows, noiToresters as  reported"tn last week's Times. He made  his official annual visitation to the Sunshine Coast chapter of the lodge recently.  The  Times  apologizes  for  the. error.  Mi0_ Qisoi) was active  i% iipspUalyquxiliary  MRS.'Wavy Olson,\ho nied suddenly on  _> iSfp-*,'prril..er 17 \vhen a car u^\y,l.ich,ishe  was a p-tsserieer ijit a power pole on Red-  ro5rJ.s Ftjad, was born in Gateshead, England in 1900.    ������    *  She ' ame to dahada as a war bride in  191$ ahd si_t.tle4 in Winnipeg; %_ie she  wotfeed at Batch's ahd- as a 'htil-se'-j. aide  .in_a_Jk. rtai.' Alway-&--i__tete��ted in hoA*  pitai work .he took ah active part in the  formation of a women's auxiliary to the  hospital.  Iri 1939, she came'to the west coast  with her two daughters, jReisie and Mary.  Iri 1917 ihe m^tjed' Qe&fgp dlsjon':. and  they lived in Burnaby"Until i960 when  th-Jy retired and-settled in Halimoon Bay.  Cheerful and friendly, wih a ready smile,  Mary Olson was a good friend and a  good neighbor. She loved to work in her  garden and was a faithful supporter, of  the Halfmoon Bay Hospital Auxiliary.-'  ^ha is survived by he*: hiisband, George,  and' Her two daUfkteffd, .it'ejsie (Mrs-, ^lll  Lakihf) of 4'ibsoh's- and S|kpy,. (Rlrs. f7r^���  Hqughfon-Browri)' of Coitttehay.  QUWFSWM  \  in Time for Christmas  FLOWERS and GIFTS  Sechelt ��� 885-9455  Use'Times' Adbtialz to Bell. Rent Buy,  Then there was the man who said to  another, "I just loaned Jones $20���he  said he was stranded high and dry."  "That's odd," replied the other. "I  loaned him $20. because he said he could  hardly keep his. "h��a,d, above water."  Madeira Park Happenings  SCHOOL assembly: On Tuesday we had  an assembly in the afternoon fo commemorate Canada Music Week. .Around  80 parents and visitors-turned out to the  school to join in the fun. Mr. Wishlove  introduced the visitors and the participants in the program. April Edwardson  awarded Mr. Malcolm, trustee, for trje  Pender area, a certification of appreciation for the work he had done as a school  ti%ftee. Mr. Malcolm said a few Works of  appreciation as-well as congratulating all  the students who participated in the assembly. The following took part in our  musical program: the recorder band, Lhevinne Talento, the Grade l Class, Eai.l  Antilla, Mrs. Prescesky and the elemen-  "���'ta'ry .school'"���"'b'an"dr"S'hW6ns"MacKay';���and"  the school choir conducted by Miss Hew-  gill.  Everyone enjoyed  the performance!  Christmas Concert: The students und  teachers are all getting ready for the  school Christmas concert which will probably be he'd on Dec. lit this year. Many,  of the ciasse.. are planning special presentations  this year.  Sports: The boys are busy practising  their two teams for floor hockey. The  league schedule will be starting pretty  soon. The girls are also practising their  skills, but in a different sport:���that of  volleyball. Mr. Rees is coaching the boys,  and Mr. Wishlove is coaching the girls.  House Games���House 1  is in the lead  with 39 points and House II has 36 points..  The other two teams are also very close,  together in the race.  "  Honor Roll���Names for the school hohi-  ��� by Diana Iverson  or roll have been pbsted in the hall. In  the next paper I will print a list df the  hbpor students.  JtiltlMii'^xillllllllllllilllliiiiiiiiiMllilliailUllllllllltlll^  I Dr. Perry ot f  | COAST ANIMAL  CLINIC j  | Gibsons f  | will hold a clinic at 408 Kennels 1  5 Halfmoon Bay, on the ��  | FIRST WEDNESDAY f  �� of each month. I  1   For Appointments Call: 886-7313   =  - i  ^iiiiiiiiiiitiiiuiiiiiiuiiiuiiiiiiiuiiiiuiiiiiiiiiununun,,:  Gibsons and Disirict KENSMEN CLUB  /lew Vjear��� j dSatl  ELPHINSTONE  SCHOOL AUDITORIUM  Dance fo the Sounds ol the "Country Touch"  Doors Open 9 p.m.���Dancing 10. -2:30 a.m  * Midnight. Buiiet  it Refreshments Available  it Dress Optional  $7.50' Per Person  TICKETS AVAILABLE:  ���Sunnycrest; Esso  ���Western Drugs  any Gibsons Kinsmen  WISTIRN  ���������������  &  o  -*��'  ���<���������  ���������������  o  ���������������  DECEMBER   1st  UNTIL STOCK LASTS  DRUGS  |MP��e apples stored for the winter, we must  wlavfi a ca*   Great surprise, to look out  MlMl^e-.back. porch one, morning there sat  r-iM|  lovely  black  cat  as  if  he  had  got  he message and came in answer.  The cat  is  black  with  white  paws  |[and  white  back  legs,  white'under  its  chin,  'obviously"' been    well   cared  for,'  loves kids and has moved in made Him-  self, right at, horne.ls,Someone.,,.must ,be  miasing4his Handsome puss"'ah'd: we have  no wish to  deprive  th<?  owner of  his  company. Would the..owaner please,c��\l).,  soon as we are all becoming greatly attached; to It. Call 885-9347,  '    Sign of winter moving in a few of  the ardent fishermen are catching beautl:  Sechelt Auxiliary to St.,Mary's Hos-  pitar will'moot Friday, Doc. 1 startlnfi;,  aWn������������������aim,' Lunqlv wlH; he seiivedrfoV  Ibwod by the annual meotlng. This irt  a liwd tiipo lu Join, For further Informa-  t^qn phono, preslclont, Mrs, li'fl.ve Low'ls,  aan-20fi0. Meeting will bo al. St, Hilda's  Church Hall,, Socholl.  Correction , from1 Inst week:1 Karl  Hughes Is'champWfor n,C;'nncl jirnnd  champion ln UnrnTo,  INTERNATIONAL , wns  the'lhotn'o for  the dinner sponsored by tho Secholt  Auxiliary. lo St, -Mary's  Hospital.  Th6  dinner'Was' Nov, If) at,'tho Socholt Legion ,  *W1. ���..','��� ��� . '  ." Tho efficient    organization    of  this  year's smorgasbord was duo to convenor,  .,X',%, jyinrgnrot, I)(M��im,flndr,1Mrfi. .Dorothy ,  Patter.   D��?coi;ntlons  cloVo;'ly  dono   In  nround-tlicV-clock decor woro  tho' worlc  ��PJLMA,fluBlY��.BooUunndJM[i'B.,.IBr_r.ln_.nobi  orison, ��� Mrs, Marg Ksploy ably asslstqcl  hy, husbands,, Hurry Robertson nnd.Iilrcd  Esploy, Tho sumo group took'down lho  decorutlonn with tho ncldcd nsslRtnnce of  Ernlq Booth,     ��� ,    -,t,   ,,���   v  Mayor Don Lang wns master of ceremonies and' nn. excqllont ona ho wus,  Mb, Phye, Lewis; prcaldont of Socholt  AuxiliaryK wolcpmcd everyone then drow  i_J_uf4��|  ���i-   ,',     V  \.     "''.tow i"  THIS IS A $5.00 SPOT!  (Loi,, wheni on ��� contract)11-.  Yoqr ��� advertising   In   this  space'   will   reach   rioorly  Z^OO-homoa^Covor^^OO^  pooplo),, each wook.! It's the  most   economical   way -to  reach more Sunshine Coast  people- becQusoTTImes- ads.7  go-Into-more-homos^than*  any other nowppaper pro-  ,. duced. In this area,   .  THE TIMES  \1  ristmas  SAVING  SAVE NOW  2i|>dns'':' Instant- Sticlc"T4p!s  In a dispenser A    MSfa  Western's*Price.::.   JC��"l3f  GlfTJiAP  by fye-Sil  Total length 600", 26" wide,  1,0 rolls, in assorted designs.  Save Now! A   gkgk  Western's Price ....   M.Q^W  Cp^pACT  - C^^ETfl[E ���' ���*- ���""-' -'  3-pok Special, fits all  t cassette recorders,  Western's  P^ce',���.p.  1   ,7'_ ���      t ,    ,    i  Vi  2m*  MAKE  IT SWOW  10 oz. A popular item,  in every household at  Christmas for Trees &   ,  Windows.        , |��||��  Western's Prlco9W  ������       ' . ,71'."  THE HOT CQMB  .   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Union sets meeting todav * . ,
HERRING   fishermen   members     of   the committee   of   the   herring,  management
United Fishermen and Allied Workers committee.     -
have   repeated   their   invitation   to  Min- Davis declined an invitation to attend
istcr  of  Fisheries, Jack pavis  to  attend a  meet ing of  herring  fishermen  on  Fri-
a  general-meeting. The meeting will be dayi  November  17  stating  he had  other
held Monday, Nov. 27 at the Fishermen's meetings in Ottawa. He has since sched-
Ha 11  irr Vancouver.    -   ■ uled a  meeting with the advisory com-
The fishermen have expressed strong mittee  for Nov.  27.   "'
"    opposition   to   setting     of   a -.coast-wide Members of the union are dissatisfied
quota of 50.000 tons for. the herring .roc" with  lhe minister-s method and  attitude
iishery    the. closure   of. lhe   area   from on   tWs   .^   Firstj   he   announced   th<?
,   Campbell   .River   to     Victona,   and   the delails  of  a  plan  of  .regulation   without
.freezing of the fleet on the basis of the consultation   with   advisors.   When   the
vessels   which   participated   .n   a   major foshermen   protested   and   requested   his
yvay in 1972. The membership were sharp- nce at a meeting, he set a- date to
ly  critical of the  fact  that  the minister meet   thfi   advisors.   ..No     indication   is
announced these measures on November .n  of            willingness  to  meet   with
8, without consultation with .the advisory tfie  fishermen whgse  livelihood  depends
upon  proper  use  of  the  resource,"   said     I *
This is a
(Less, when on contract)
Your  advertising   in  this
space   will   reach   nearly
2,500 homes (over 9,000
people)   each   week.   It's
the most economical way
to reach   more  Sunshine
Coast     people     because
Times ads go into 65%
mote    homes   than   any
other newspaper produced
in this area.
The Times
88S-96S4 (Sochelt)        886-7244 (Gibsons)
the union. "It appears as if Davis intends     [
to   treat   the   advisory   committee   as   a
mere  rubber stamp or  a  subterfuge  for
meaningful  consultation."
In attendance at. last Friday's membership meeting were John Fraser, MP foi
Vancouver South, John Reynolds, MP
for Burnaby-Richmpnd-Delta, Stuart Leg-
gat t, MP for New Westminster and Harold Steeves, MLA for Richmond. Each
of them indicated support for a bettei
approach to this type of resource management.
The meeting last Friday also heard
reports on negotiations for the 1972-73
contracts with the companies. Rejection
in a secret ballot vote of association offers of $30 per ton for herring used for
food and bait and $40 per ton for roe
herring was overwhelming. Fishermen
are asking $45 per ton and $75 per ton
The meeting decided to request a
study by provincial and federal labour
departments of market prices, production
and processing costs and net returns to
companies, with a report of the study
to be made available to the Union and
the companies. The new herring .roe industry appears to be an extremely lucrative, business.forthe,companies,  but no ,inT_!r./<tDTAAui(>T t ■■   ut     _
government   agency     compiles   accurate     NOTED CARTOONIST Lyman Mead-
statistics. ows presents a painting of the club-
 house  to Sunshine Coast Golf and
An electronic wizard is spending all    Country Club Saturday during their
his spare time trying to develop a TV    annual trophy dinner. Accepting the
set   that   will   interfere  with   his   neigh-     painting     is    C 1V. b   president,   Don
bor's power tools. '       •■*. Douglas.- --•-— ..a....^....,^.^,.. ,......„	
Page B-6 The Peninsula Times
Wednesday, November 29, 1972
Gibsons 886-2827
All Shows 8p,m. and in color
The French
arning:  Some swearing and
coarse language"
Thurs., Nov. 30. FiC, Sat., Sun.,
- Mon., Tues. Dec. l-2-3r4-£
TOP G O L F E R S of the Sunshine
Coast Golf and Country Club- are
i pictured here behind the impressive
array of awaids presented at the
club's annual trophv dinner, held
Saturday in the clubhouse. They1''.are
(left to right) Lyman Meadows
(Pr-eside n-t vs. vice president
award), Wolfe Reich (H.S.P. trophy), Jean Gray (Senior Ladies);
Bob McCallum (Senior Men); Virgi:
ia Douglas (Ladies Champ.); Belle
Dubs, Ed Sherman (Men's Champ.);
Andre Dubs (along with Belle, winner of Walter Morrison trophy); Wilf
Dorey (Directors* Tournament winner)
Ingmar  Bergman's
plus "Maori Arts & Crafts"
Orpheus Myth set in Rio
during Carnival  time.
Nateable Sound and Color
8  p.m.   sharp
(non-members may attend)
at the WHISPERING  PINES, Sechelt
STEAKS„  ..?     CHOPS     *     SEAFOOD—Served Daily
Good   selection   of   Chinese    Dishes.   By    reservation
Friday  and  Saturday  evenings only. Take-out  Orders
 6 to 9 p.m., Friday and Saturday.
Cryovac 7
I 7$
. ...   .   ft    t-W-.,!.
*»    ',1        I" a
I     %i
Burns Canned Hams ,>. ,„ 1.99
Crisco Shortening
Nabob Mincemeat
44 OK,
ml AtPuKaatrAliti
Romper Dog Food
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