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 \  \  To replace Mulligan ...  Jan. 13 election set  for school trustee  \    7  \  \  \  NINSULA  SECHELT District School bdard will hold  an election Jan. 13 to fill the vacancy  created by the recent resignation of trustee Bernie Mulligan. Nomination day is  Jan. 3. 7  The rural Area B representative resigned in protest Nov. 23 after the board,  learned that Eileen Dailly, education  minister, had overruled their decision to  fiil a long-standing vacancy by-appointment and not by election.    v  Discussion of an election date previously had been postponed until the new  slate of trustees met in January. Bat at  Thursday's meeting, Mrs. Dailly informed, the board in a letter that the date  would have to be sfet as soon ^as possible.  Clerk-treasurer of, the board, Jim  Metzler, told The Times that, under the  Municipal Act, nomination must be called within a certain time after a vkcancy  arises. If the matter was tabled until  January, there could be a contravention  of this statute, he said.  In the case of Mrs. Kitson's former  seat, which became vacant in June, the  time limit has been exceeded, he explain-  BOARD MEETS TOMORROW  Sunshine Coast Regional District  board will hold its December meeting  tomorrow at 7:S0 p.m. The board normally meets on the last Thursday of  -the-month which in this case would have*-.,  been Dec. 28. Meetings will return to  the last Thursday of the month starting  Jan. 25.  SHOPPING HOURS  Many merchants in Sechelt and District will remain open until, 9 i>.m. Thursday,'Frid'^ an&"BatS^ay7D^ 2ir*22;"  23 to accommodate last minute shoppers,  said Morgan Thompson, president of the  Chamber of Commerce.  November building  value is  ed, and the board is awaiting word on  procedure from Victoria.  DISAPPOINTED  Under other v business, a letter from  Elphinstone Secondary School principal,  D. L. Montgomery, expressed disappointment at the outcbny- of the recent gymnasium/automotive shop referendum.  He said that no time should be lost  in looking Jot "other avenues" of financing the. project.  Board chairman, Mrs, Agnes Labonte,  agreed that they should consider what alternatives were available to provide the  facilities.  Supt. R. R. H^nna complimented Elphinstone students on their canvassing  work prior to the referendum, particularly praising an information brochure produced in the school's commerce department. "It was quite a professional job,"*  he felt..       ,  ��� Hanna suggested a letter should be  sent to Mrs. Everett, Mr. Egan and the  student council, congratulating them on  their efforts.  MORE FUNDS  The board approved $2,000 in additional funding for a diagnostic program  aimed at identifying local children with  learning disabilities.  * Hanna said the money was required  mninly to pay a substitute lecturer for  Di. Emily Goetz, who takes leave from  UBC to conduct the program, along with  two PhD students.  "It's the only experiment of its type  in B.C.," he said,  "and I  think we're  'getting a bargain. It only costs us about  $4 an hour for Dr. Goetz and the two  PhDs."  He felt the program was "certainly an  attempt to answer the questions (on  learning disabilities) that we have been  debating."  ^*.Mft.^Labonte sa'd 4here_would--be__no^  problem in adding this additional fund-'  ing to the provisional budget.  Serving the Sunshine Coast, (Howe Sound 'to. Jervis Inlet), including Port Mellon, Hopkins^Landiritf, Gronthonjs Landing, Gibsons, Roberts Creek*  Wilson Creek, Selma Park, Sechelt, Halfmoprv Boy, Secret Cove, Pender Hrb.,^Madeira Park, Garden Bay, Ifvlpe's Landing, Eorl Cove, Egmont  -\ .-.-.  71  7  Registration No, 1142  4vl Class Mali  This Issue 20 Pages ���15c  . Union   *SR*   Label  LARGEST CIRCULATION OF ANY PAPER ON THE SOUTHERN SUNSHINE COAST.  Vol  10, No. 4 ���WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 20, 1972  YOUNGSTERS IN children's ward of  St. Mary's Hospital, Sechelt, made  short work of the delicious-looking  candy house made and presented by  Gibsons Brownies. Stephen: Kelly, 16  Tmonths, left, held by his mother,  Brenda, got hold of a candy cane and  seems satisfied. Irene Donlon, Gen-  ire, director of nursing, holds Jay-  len Pazdzieraski, VA, who seems to  be more interested in something  else:. Aaron Joe apepars more in-l  terested in nurse Carol Black. '  Roadblocks set up  throughout Peninsula  RCMP are manning roadblocks through-.  out the Sunshine Coast during the  holiday season, said Sgt. William. Saunders, NCO in charge of the Sechelt 'detachment.       v  "Purpose of the roadblocks," said  Saunders, "is to deter the (Linking driver  from  driving."  The Mounties will be out in full forge  and roadblocks will be set up at random,  throughout the Peninsula. The roadblocks  started Dec. 15 and will be continued  until after New Year, said Saunders.  Sechelt chamber plans  January election rite  A*T THE last general meeting of the Se-  cheit and District Chamber of Commerce held Dec. 13, not enough members  showed to form a quorum.  However, Morgan Thompson, president of the chamber, suggested that the  chamber hold a joint general and executive meeting in January to elect and  install officers for 1973. He suggested  that the affair be a dinner with a guest  speaker. Arrangements will be made to  ask Don Lockstead, MLA, to be guest  speaker. No dance is planned.  Little other business was discussed.  A letter was read from Doug Wheeler,  former editor of the Peninsula Times and  active member of the chamber. Wheeler  and his wife, Marcia, now make their  home in England.  VALUE   of  buildings   in  the   Sunshine  Coast Regional District, excluding Sechelt and Gibsons village's, in November  was $247,500.  Last year at trie same time the value  o����� buildings .;.were -.$aU,50p,.,ficcOKling! i0^.  ^fldihg"Nirispectbr,: P. A. .Reyburn.  '?JFoll()wing:,is-the'br,ealcdown of figures''  w.itfi lWlvvalue4 in l^ackets:75inglejfamr,  ily,'.', dweiUifgs, '-10, (8};:moWle7hbnjes7,1  (1); alterations and others; 12- (9); plumbing, 9 (10), Total. permits.,, issued, were  32 '(28) .and fees collected for 1972 total- .  led $713. ^r.'-^vv-.i��������������.. ..,,-.,... ,  DEBENTURE SALE  Sechelt School District has been allocated $?8,000 from the sale of sinking  fund debentures.  ..--Metzler said-a;telegram had been-re-~  ceived from the superintendent of financial services of the Department of Education informing the board of its allocation.  The funds will be used to make "final  payments on referendum 8, which was  passed in 1966.     ��� 7  Vern Wishlove, principal of Madeira  Park Elementary, asked the board for  permission to build an adventure playground at the school  "A local service club and community  organizations have expressed interest to  help," he said, in, a letter.,  Hanna suggested that Wishlove should  bV4^v^'*''''iV>r'^^'*'������'^'*b0,^' frV'e*r?y  .^liary;'  ��� '������������'Tfie/  is slated  Ambul  e service blasted  >ecimise oxygen unavailable  ���by Alastair Rogers  AN ANGRY father told The Times his  infant son is alive today "no.thanks  to Gibsons ambulance service." And'-he  lashed out at the service for not carrying emergency inhalator equipment.  "Qn Tuesday night, my 15-monthHold  y��.;j'#>*'. vre.-'-tfy ���������;.}���,.)���.; ������.  ���; "^"--T?^ ���;���.,.   7  . ;* A friendly: ,welc   ne awaits the hungry " and destitute "at; Salvation' Army 7  centres across "the country, which'tpro-,  vide, nourishing  hieals    and  Christmas  festivities' to thousands of homeless men.  swallowed his tongue. Dr. Cline put a  tube down his*1 throat and phoned, the  ambulance to get a resucitator."  FIREMEN PRAISED  Gibsons Radio Cabs, which operates  the ambulance, said it had no oxygen  equipment,  said  Kelly,  who  then  tele-  son, Steven, became' very sick,'.' said" Ed  phoned <the fire department.  Kellyv ��of Dogwood Road.  ^*He ��� l^d. 5S?7;'!They:|clid a fabulous job and came in  *    "���'���"" " "���'���'  \^e&*fthutes,,'...he said. "They had oxygen-  ^__i._m-.^^.___j_.\ *_. - turriedjoutTrwe  they - had'the  and he said ewe' would have to take' equipment  Steven to hospital. Dr. Cline was phon-r ��?teveh was rushed to St. Mary's Hosing the hospital to tell them he was coth-<$ pital in the fire department rescue and  ing when my wife called from the bed-- survival unit ^nd is reported recovering  room, *'    from, a virus infection.   .  "Steven was having a spasm, and he'd      , Kelly said that the municipality was  Barrett will introduce  -a'.*^-  Proposed act would pro vi  funds for recreation centre  given an annual per capita grant ffrgm  the provincial government to cover ambulance costs, and felt this money should  have been used to provide inhalator  equipment for the ambulance.  OXYGEN A MUST  "If we can put in a fancy landing  ramp for tourists, why can't we spend  $400 on oxygen for the ambulance?" he  asked. '       t    ,7       ,'.-..'.    ,������'_,'-7,7.  a*ThVcfire "department.'"is: "willing to  come out, but what happen? if the recu-  sitator is in Sechelt or out at a fire emergency?" . ,  Dr. R. A. Cline, who attended Kelly^s  son, said it is important to have resucitator equipment available, but he felt it  was unfair to expect the ambulance,  which doubles as a taxi, to carry oxygen.  . .'!We7 can feel pretty safe with the  fire department. They have the equipment and men trained to ufee it."  But if another inhalator unit was to  to decide what practical means there are  of  doing  this.  "We bought equipment for the fire  department, but they don't want to get  into this (ambulance service)."  He noted that ah ambulance had to  be on 24-hour call, and this made the  taxi service particularly,suitable.  Meanwhile* EdlKeily feels an inhalator ':  unit in. the .ambulance should ,be given  higher-priority.-AhanKneyr-'Christmas^ljghtsw'i'  'for the village.  NEW ACT SLATED  Dennis Cocke, minister- of health services and hospital insurance, has announ-'  ced that he will introduce a' bill at the  next sitting of the legislature which would   *  permit the government to set the standards that must be met throughout the  province by persons providing' ambulance 7  service.  Cocke stated that. a number of other  provinces* now control the quality of care  be obtained,, ,"it could be a lifesayer, provided by ambulance operators. These  especially With Ijit^le kids," he"added,('J " p  The fire department is adamant, hoSflr-    training thai the-operator and his assist-  ever, thqt it,iisfno^Jh;,a7posltipn.toi,pp^  .._ _ ��_ _.-_._. ��-^w:.i-_>__. -_.-..)���_.    .      v   0j equipment' ana firist; aid supplies that'1''  must be carried in the vehicle.  IF A proposed bill is passed in .the next  sitting of -the legislature, ''Sunshine  Coast Recreation Centre could gain by  a grant of up to $160,51$ from the provincial'government,'.<-. ..^.  a.,a.    ),,,.  'Premier David Barrett has announced  that he will Introduce in the,next sea-,  7sion of,the legislature,a Community Recreational Facilities Act. '  He said the-act will authorize tho  provincial  government to  provide  one-,  third, of the capital costs  of the con-  ' structlon of cdmmunlty recreational centres up to tho first $1,000,000,  . In1, other words, the provincial government will provide up to $333,000 to as-,  sist' in  the  construction  ot community  ; centres by municipalities, cultural groups,  i, ethnic groups and religious organizations.  ,.'     , When contacted by The Times, Don  :; Lockstead,  MLl/V,  sold:   'Twill  go   to  a. bat for tho prograiW|00/por cent,!' ���",   ,  Eric ,'JHensch,  chairman  of'thp  recreation committee that is backing the  , contro sought ,tho help ot Lockstead,  Ing which time, we spent in the vicinity  of $40,000 for such employment.  ' - "This committee ��� would" be indebted .  lo you If'you*-could see fit to support  our program which Is beneficial to all the  Inhabitants on the Sunshine Coast."  Hensch concluded: "Tho construe-  tion site ia fully prepared and construction cpuld epmmence immediately."  In his news release, Premier Barrett  said the grant wll} bo made provided thp  . facilities will bo open to all people.  He said the act will bo retroactive to  AuguBt 30, 1972.  "This act will be designed to assist  communities construct community centres tor' the' use of aa many pe6plo; ns  possible,", ho said,, ,   ,"  "Further details ot the plan will bo,  announced during tho session," he added,  . The , Britisfy Columbia government  does''"nor"'now''' have1'"tjie "1p6we^^t!pl''l''pass''/''''l'',''''!''  regulations of this, kind, Cocke ''said, sind  the main purpose pf the bill lie plans to  Introduce would, be to make this possible,  Cocke added that'regulations "spiting'"  Last February , tho committee put a  $600,000 plebiscite before the electorate.  '��� ���     ���   .    ,       ��� ���      .  The rqjerqndun) was defeated becau&Q it    MrtrWact KaV Knan  lacked tho required 00 por cent niajor-   J,\lH WcM. JDuY. AlUOU  lty,. It received 50,0 per cent approva}. ' '   "'"'   , 7  flho yegional district\iboovd ,,ot dlrpo-  ^tors, wiUiLtho concurrence of Sechelt and  -rtl*!!y..H,^*"*"^l_,* ^aa^a*"^..^^..^...., w      ,��    .j*i...i.--,  Qlbsona YlllageB, has promised another  vote for the recroatlonal centre in oarly  spring. If tho committee comes up with  the $800,00d figure ngal^, it would moan  tliat, $100,600 would be available from  the provincial government, ���' '���  Jn a letter to Lookstcad, Hensch paid;  "JMy committee havqbecn working tor  IT'S SUCH FUM'lo visit Sartla aaua- t>o what Ue-Anna Stephens Is say-  and sit 'down on K* Juuje, seems ty  w��S�� ,  , nycl. tacliltlea ovor, the post four yearn  ,  and, In short, tho status ot tho project  )b aa follows: < > . ,  ��� v"(A) Wo a succeasfully - negotiated for  HB meres'of prlnie land with the close  ' cooperation of MacMillan Bloedel Ltd,,  andi tho provincial govojrn^ont of tho  tlmo,'   ',      , > ,..,,'.  "(B) ,Wo arc receiving, very pubstan-  ��� tlal assistance from, every class of peo-  . pio  throughout  tho  Peninsula , and,, to  date, a considerable sum in the term ot  qontrJMtlpn-iHtlndJhas, been. Invested in  ,' the property.' ,*"' '.    "' ^"***.": ���.''    7"  "(C) .-A plebiscite was hold through-  ... but tho.xWnButo February.past, at which  tlmo, our propooals wore very harrowly  , defeated, Tho two municipalities and tho  regional board havo now agreed to ��r-  rttnBo"t6rafcpeatwplPbl8clte'dur)inrew-      .       _  jy ��gprlng,',of��1073.����a^'<''����^.-**'a.*a^w^,^ ������- .-,-���  , "Wo were'very successful undor tho Sixty fen. of 12-inch steel supply  Local Initiative Program and wo, havo main was replaced. Tho lino Was tho old  provided employment tar an, average original penstock and had been hi sorvlco  oMO people for ono yesr to d��tc, duo   Rlnoo ttoiQMty WQl,  tie-ins compleied  "FIYJE"now",usors",and7eight��new~wator-  , connection^ woro mado in, November,  reported Gordon D|xon, works super-i  Intendent for tho Sunshlno Coast Regional  District,',,   At.NorWest Ray Jload, tlo-lns at both  onds,.ot tho eight-inch. main havo been  completed, said pixon. T,ho pumphouso,  has been tied Into tho systom and thr  wiring' is noarlng completion, Appllca-  tlonfor water along Wakefield Road-and-  NorWost Pay Road can now bo rccolvod,  Five hundred feot of six-inch main has  boon laid, along Mason Road,     ���  1  At Qower JPolnt &230 fpot ot six-inch  malp has been laid fpr a subdlvlder ��t the  cornor ot Pratt noad ' arid : Q'randvlew.  Thirteen lots woro serviced.,  ' Approklmatoly 3,B00 feet of.slx-lrich  main has boon laid at Scoholt Indian Re<  servo No. 2 and.all tho,homes can bo  BorvlccdrTHla'JolrwlH'bo*completed soon,-  Dixon, said. * ���    ^  Ray StockwoU's subdivision at'DLH38  has had,000 teet ot six-Inch main, laid,  , Tho two main trestles on,tho Intake  lino woro badly decayed and required  reptnconientrh��s*wportedrA-"total-ot*ias  ate a 24-hour ambulance service,  LIFE-DEATH MATTER  "Ifeft's. a mptter o|, life or death, otv  course, we!ll send  out the R&S unit,"  said Fire Chief Dick Ranniger. "But the  ambulance should have oxygen in It.  ' The taxi service < gets a grant from  cases, What happens )f op�� of them has  n heart attack on the way to hospital  and they havp no oxygen?"  Tilie  fire  department ."doesn't' want  any part of an amibulance service," said  Ranniger, "If tho fire engine is rushing  to hospital and we havo a heart, patient,  in Gibsons who requires oxygen; we're in  the soup; As far as" we're concerned,'we"  don't have,on ambulance., It's a rescue  and survival truck for providing oxygen  and  transport for1 people who require  ��� oxygen'1   ',������������,,  He felt ambulance operators "should  plther got right up to their ears In it, or  get out." ,..,',,,,.'  Mayor Wally Peterson sold that Kelly  ,had called him after the Incident and  ��rcquo^tod4hat���councllw.dlflcuss���'.p)rovisl0i\  of oxygon at tholr next mceiing,  7  .',   "It's not Just a matter ot getting another   I  inhalator," he told Tho Times, "You havp1,'1  ' to get people trained to handle it,"  Tlio firo department had a tully.cqul^1   ���u,Ju^n.,J.,J..,,,.,,Wtf,,...........���  ped, ambulance, he paid, and personnel   ^^^nnmmnmmmmmnmr.  with' first aid certificates," ' i _ll' D��_I_��;I�� "''  ' "Pooplo should call them,'!1 A(l"Dll6lS  OPERATED NEEDED   ' "������'."iVV ������   ''  "',"-"lftilh"']B��k*,-owTiBp"or"Q|bMM1Itadlo^|lft|l|l'^��^1-  Cabs, said It would bo a good idea.loi ��� "\ ." ?,, ..;.  the ambulanco to carry oxygen "If wo   Ika tuaii  can find someone to man tho Inhalator,, IIRv If fry  whllo I drive, You can't drive and od-^7 i     ��>��IB_*.��1  minister oxygon at.tho samo tlmo.  It, |0 dCUOlM  could causo .an accident.", ...,,,���,  David Johnstpn, municiini clerk, ox-   /n Today's Classified;*  plained that tho provincial government '  ll^.j#ij#- W"( a^p".(.��,iii.,'ila.f-i��*-*.ili.  ED   KELLY  tt1. W *", *V"��J*i.i*f>- xiirin^^n.if *p*^ ���VfcJkui*  paid a ,H por capita grant to tho village.  tor;��pollutlon^c,ontrQl,_tourlsnv,:.and^amrJ.,  bulanco service.  .., "Dut they don't say how. much wq  must spond on each one,'' ho added, "Wo  makr a grant to Baker ot $00 a month.  Tho test of tho provincial grant goes to*  wwds,tho.ramp.,-.aJmajor.expcndlturp;>;  renewing tho tennis courts and this kind  ot thing."  Provision ot another resucitator tor"  use In tho ambulance has boon discussed  hy council, ho wld( Wwo'hj trying  HM��<Wl��MI^IMVM��IMMM��<1��WMMMMVIWW|aJM��W��W��l��IWUWUW����>��U<  MEN'S now, brown bucksUln pile lined  ~T coatrjTJVcr"Wornrslzc-'42,-^30r  ,.   Tltrm,Clo*.lf|��j�� rooch,oyer, 2,500 homw  , (10,000 readon),  ��� Tlm���� ClQHl(led��,Qo It^TO th�� honm ,,.  not on lawni, street* or lo culvarti,  ��^lmoTCra1i*��ifre'ds~a-ro>>1coMrhloh'PotWK^^  9i^W'4��*&l*#W^ptft?ltpie^^  ��� Phono lines open Sunday; classified  805-9654 Sochelt, 806-2121 Gibson*.  PIWWlTff^  ��� '.'.  ���jBia^itwrfm-w^a^wawMi  i^iHM><MWK<��maMi<i������ni(Uf>m  ������W-��W>aWl��*��*o����*fiS*'  V,*li**fi*#n>f*4W��ttm#&&&H*itiwH^lii��i*i^^  *W��B*1*Wrtl.*��M��Mn  A   \  U**!&*p4t9*Ma>*W.  ttrWm*��&$W*friKlt'��� \  ^  \  Y  \  \  *m_*_-.**0<m0mmm*inmm*mm-*mi*9vm0tmmm0t^^  EDITORIALS  '/ may be wrong, but 1 i.all not- be so wrong as to fail to say what I believe to be right."  ���John Atkins  Richard  T.   Prgcyor, ^Managing  Editor  Don't get too merry  READERS'RIGHT  Letters to the Editor are the opinions of readers, .and not necessarUy those of Thf Times. A  nom-de-plume may be used for publication, but uil originals must be signed by the writer.  season to be merry!  too merry you  i"  " Tis lhe  But if you. get too merry you may  end up as a statistic, "'or perhaps in  court charged with impaired driving.  RCMP have warned that they are  going lo conduct roadblocks throughput lhe Sunshine Coast to crack down  on drinking drivers. If you have already  been checked in a roadblock, you'll  know the sniffing stations have been  set up since Dec.  15.  The purpose of the roadblock, is, of  course, to deter the drinking driver from  driving. ���  Every year there are hundreds of  warnings given about drinking and driving and every year thousands of persons  go ahead and drink and drive. Oftentimes they feel that they can drive without any problems but it isn't necessarily  the case, according to the Canada Safety  Council.  "A car driver can be charged with  being impaired even though he can pass  a breathalyzer test," said an official  of the council.  "Since the breathalyzer was adopted,  there has been a tendency for people  to believe that they can drink and drive  if they are under- the legal limit set  in .the breathalyzer legislation in the  Criminal Code of Canada," said the  spokesman.  "But the breathalyzer legislation  means that having more than SO milligrams of alcohol per 100 millilitres of  your blood is a criminal offence.  "The legislation, still says that impaired driving is an offence even sf one  has not reached this level.  "The simple reason is that many  people can become impaired below this  limit," he said.  Alcohol affects everyone differently.  The degree of impairment depends on  your bod" weight, your age, your health,  whether you are using prescription drugs'  and other  factors.  Also, consider this: Policemen are  very adept at spotting impaired drivers.  They reveal dozens of telltale signs; some  stand out to anyone but only the police  would probably note others. ������  *  In fact, the inebriated driver leaves  behind such a trail of clues, only the  small size of the RCMP detachments  on the Sechelt Peninsula can account  for the fact that people sometimes drink  and drive���and get away with it.  A driver may concentrate very hard,  and may even begin to feel proud of  the job he's doing. But a policeman  might still spot youi*  There are many ways:  ���You're driving unreasonably slow on  a fast-moving highway;  ���Unreasonably fast;  ���Driving in spurts slow then fast, then  slow;  ���Frequent lane changing with excessive  speed;  ���Improper passing    with    insufficient  clearance or taking too long or  swerving loo much in passing (over-  control).  ,  ,     There itrc a number' of pther ways; ���  of spotting the drinking driver such as  weaving, hugging a i^urb or shoulder br   straddling a centre  line-to name just  a few.  Recently, this newspaper carried an  advertisement by the  B.C.  Mptor .Vehicle Branch entitled: "After the party,  ��vou could sleep- at*ourplaccrAnd that's*"  just the beginning," The picture show-  ���. ed,,ii jull coll,,..,,... ,,���. y...,.,  The ad supposes that you are stopped after having three or four drinks.  All In' good fellowship. For some reason you arc slopped. If yoi| are suspected, of being impaired you will bo, naked  to submit to a breathalyzer tpst. Yo^  aro usked, but it Is mandatory, nnd refusal can result in serious charges, If  you hnvo consumed enough to give you  a .OR reading, yoOW'bo ,cHafg^..witlC  impaired driving.  Very likely you will be jailed overnight, Impaired driving comes under tho  Criminal Code of Canada nnd you will  undergo several stops Including fingerprinting, your bolt, shoe laces und tie  will bo'taken from-you,   ���  a,  ,,.  if you aro convicted you face at  the least, n -$25p One for iho first Qf-  fcnco^nnd*tl^o-ncctlmu|ntlon*'oWO���pcnnl'*,���  ty points for which you will bo charged.  &>2-5''to help pay for public service mes-  sagoN and quite a ,h(t, more, for lawyer  fees, You wlll find that It l,i an .expensive "three o( four drinks,"     ' ' '  Thai's not all, You may hi^vo your  driver's   license   suspended;   Insurance  premiums  will   probably  Increase  nnd'  yoti-will^bo-subjcc^d-tp-ptibncUyr"---���^-  ���Thls,l��, our department, Sometimes  wvvvwwvvvvvvvvvwwin��#vv>����vvwvwwvvvvvvwwM>��v��o  The Peninsula 7^>n#   I ������'���������.���      -   '���    4     ���       a   ^      1,|"      ���'    .   ���   ��     ���   ���.���  Published WcilnciHliiyi nt ftocflcli' ���  (ii)  ll.C'rt .Siin.ililno CouM   I'owclljtlvcr Now*' T��wn Crier ���        ,  publicity is the worst punishment of all.  If you are convicted of impaired driving don't ask us to leave your name out  of the newspaper.  We might as well go on record once  again (we have many times in the past):  We will not omit names from the newspaper of persons Convicted of impaired  driving. We haven't in the past and we  don't intend u> in lhe future.  There is a maxim in the newspaper  business: "If you don't want it published, don't let it happen."  Try to keep Christmas merry, the  season festiv . and the New Year happy.  Poet's Corner  ���  A ������������.���  ���Your contributions are invited  WRECK BAY  By   W.  Alan   Nicholson  There  lies  a   lonely  bay  on   the island's  western shore  Only the mighty peeans crashing  evermore  Spreading its stately foam from shore  to  shore.  No  bird  nor  gull  takes  refuge  in this bay.  So  desolate  and  bleak  beyond  our   call  Only   the   giants   of   the   forest  towering   high  Look down upon this tract of  endless  destiny.  There  is no life save for the waves  that beat upon the sands,  Few are the ships that live, if to this  bay   they   come,  No light to guide them only the rocks  their   doom.  Until   s'ome   broken  hull Jies   stranded  on the shore.  There is' no road to guide the traveller  to this bay,  Save   but   a   rugged   trail   through  timbers dark,  ��'���  Through   gaping   gulch   and   torrerlt      7  falling   fast.  Until   at  last   the  daylight   brings  the  ocean's   roar.  And as I gazed upon this awesome  strand,  No friendly sign of life to point the way  By which I entered and must find again  Of join, the march of silence of  Wreck Bay. ,,       )ik ���  Dental Topics  IN NORTH America we have succumbed  to a soft, sweet diet and consequently  fail to use our teeth and jaws (masticatory system) to their full potential. Primitive   tribes,   however,   have   long   depended   on   healthy.. teeth " for   essential  functions of every day life. Even today,  Indians, Eskimos and Lapps  ingeniously  use their teeth  and jaws  to accomplish  tasks that could not be done otherw.se,  Grinding   bark   and   mixing   it   with  saliva gives a dye and chewing starch-  containing substances can produce a wine  enjoyed by the Lgpps. The Baining peo-"  plo   of   New   Britain   would   expel   evil  .spirits with a potent mixture of chewed  ginger seeds and saliva,  v;1   Esliimb   women   work TonimalsUins  with their teeth making the edges softer  .  and   easier   to   sew   for  clothing.  Even  thread,1 which  is often made from  the  achilles tendon of the reindeer, is split  with tho tcoMi nnd softened by pulling  it   across   the   (ront   teeth   and   rolling  It against the cheek,  -���When fan-Eskimo > uses* a��bow*drill*he'  presses the drill against the  work and  guides It by moans of a mouthpiece held  between  his   front   tco\h;   Tlio   handle  rests in tho moulhpicco whore It rotates  In �� central hole.  Tho use of tho mnstlcatory systom ns  n pair of scissors Is demonstrated' by be-'  Ing ablp to 8toR...blcedlpB by sinking tho  teeth Into tho hide of ap animal around  a brand or wound.  Tho overall effect of these practices  on tho masticatory system has not yet  Know emergency numbers  Editor, The Tim��?s ^  Sir: As we enter the holiday season,  I would like to ask your support once  again in publicizing our program to encourage the public to keep emergency  telepl me numbers near their. phones.  Although our facilities will be fully  staffed, you no doubt are aware of the  difficulties which can arise in trying to  inj about how students are skipping out  and don't care abqut their school, now  we show .enthusiasm and are put down  for it.  .   '  " Finally, in closing, we would like to  state that it is a proven fttct that a  small percentage of our boy students go  on to university, but the education they  receive in, our shops is so limited because of lack of equipment,! that they  are not prepared for jobs concerning auto-  ^      - \  ���'    V        ��� ' ���* '���   ' \  Poge 2 x The Peninsula Times    Wednesday. December 20, 1972  ^���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������IMMMMMMMlMMrj  ��� -        --      s  TO   GO ' |  CHICKEN   n CHIPS  \ 3  PIECES   $1-50  10 PIECES  ......,\   $3.65  20 PIECES   $6.95  FISH 'n CHIPS . ,. >\v^,SQ  TO   GO  CDASIUETTI     WITH MEAT SAUCE 1.75  JrMVnE III     WITH MEAT BALLS 2.00  place a call through an operator during^ mation  etc. The  new automotive shops  this peak calling period.  We are reminding the public through *'  advertisements that they should dial directly to an emergency service if it is  required. We are distributing cards on  which subscribers can list the numbers  for fire, police, doctor, ambulance and  keep them near their telephones.  We believe this preventive program has  enabled many people to avoid delays in  contacting safety . agencies in the past.  Your co-operation in continuing to draw  attention to this important matter  through your facilities would be greatly  appreciated.  Please quote any part of this letteFif  this  will assist you.  I would like to take this opportunity  to thank you for your consideration and  to extend to you and your staff my personal good wishes during the holiday  season and to tlie New Year.  '   J.    ERNEST   RICHARDSON  President,  B.C. Telephone Co.  Students disappointed  Editor, The Times,  Sir: We, the students of Elphinstone,  are thoroughly disappointed in the apathy and lack of enthusiasm portrayed  by the "voting public"/We are writing  concerning the recent defeat of referendum 11. We feel that some of the  main reasons were the absentee landlords' lack of interest towards the-growth  of our community, they feel they can  come up in the summer and exploit our  land. Just to stick up their little shanties,  then leave, after all why should they  care, their children don't have to use our  school. Also the over-confidence iri" our  community towards the "yes" vote. Many,  voters felt it "was sure to get in and  didn't bother to come out. For example  in one part of our community only 94  people turned out to the polls out of the  1,300 eligible voters. These mature adults,  are the ones we follow, what are we,  the students, supposed to look to as an  example? Apathy, lack of interest and  lack   of  community  spirit.  Of course Pender Harbor, the farthest  voting district was entirely against it  but if more people had turned up we  could have balanced this out.  We really needed the new gymnasium  and automotive shops. Our gym now is  so undersized that the kids are ashamed  to bring up visiting teams' for tournaments because the court is not regulation size. It is built for 250 students,  incidentally, and our school now has 750  and is growing rapidly. Adults talk about  student laziness. Are we supposed to  show pride in a school like this? The  floor surface is worn so thin that aiter  a few morq sandings we will have to  get a new surface. The shower facilities  are so bad, that when the water is draining it floods the whole changing room  for a couple of hours, and to top it off  there are not . even enough 7to fu rn Ish  one normal-sized class with showers.  Bowling sessions, that helped to alleviate, the excess of students, have now ended for the winter. So where do all the  students go? Our PE instructors have  Inadequate heating in their offices.     ....  We Seem to hear a lot of adults yell-  'bccnT"well'i*lnve3Ugntcd1"*"Bwt,:tho'v:Jgront  "amount of wear of tho tooth lis assumed  to bq a result of cleverly using tho system as a tool,  vamounnnoBi  would have made a big difference but  now we have to make do with what  we "have. Everyone who voted no, realizes we hope, how very disappointed-and  disheartened they have made the whole  staff and student population of Elphinstone Secondary.  (ELPHINSTONE STUDENTS)  Block D���English 12  Childish government  Editor, The Times,  Sir: The policy resolutions submitted  to the 1972 convention of the NDP of  B.C., at the Bayshore Inn on the 24th-  26th November, were an obvious exercise  in "people's aspirations. Basically, many  of the resolutions called for the NDP  to nationalize our forest industries, McMillan Bloedel, production and distribution of petroleum, etc. etc. Will somebody please point out that the NDP ha.  absolutely no power to nationalize anything? The B.C. government only can  institute these policies.  Between establishing funds for culture  and recreation one gets the distinct impression that our new government is acting like a four-year old let loose. in a  candy store. Most laughable of all was  the resolution which called for the banning of all advertising. Big deal, no  newspapers, no radio or1 TV advertising,  . no bill-boards, no neon signs, no magazine advertising! As we sit huddled  around our candles, as we conserve el- -  ectricity, one wonders what ever happened to progress? The next few years  will be a drab affair, primarily since the  NDP government appears completely devoid of' any sense of humor. It must be  to have even bothered to print 50 pages  of these idiotic resolutions, many-, of  which intrude upon, federal jurisdiction.  O.   REGAN  303���1315 Cardero, Vancouver, B.C.  Suggestions wanted  Editor, The Times,  Sir: I am sure that you are well aware  of the problems and complications that  are concerned with the size and distribu-'  tion of the Coast-Chilcotin constituency  in our federal election. I am" concerned  with this problem and I am doing a project that will outline these problems and  make possible suggestions as to the redistribution of our riding. I would very  mufch appreciate any information or ideas  that could aid me in doing my project.  JOHN  DOOLAN  P.O. Box 910, 100 Mile House, B.C.  Gift shop thanks  Editor^ The Times  Sir: The Gift Shop in St. Mary's  Hospital, staffed by members of the six  auxiliaries, has now been in operation  for a year.  We should like to, take this opportunity  to thank, everyone, for their encouragement and support in helping to make it  such a success. We extend our best wishes  for.,, the festive season qnd ,the, New year  to" all our friends,  MADELINE GROSE  ....'..:. '. '.,....v,Chalrman,..!,-...,.v--,\ >���.���=���������.���,:���','  -      ��� *>"-'���   Hospital  Gift' Shop   Commfttee,  TO   GO  PORK SPARERIBS  PHONE   AND  PICKK UP   YOUR   ORDER  DELAY   ...   885-9811  2.25  WITHOUT  SfliHiiiiiimnimn  VILLAGE CAFE I  SECHELT B  mHIBBIIBIHMlBaBHUBBBBBBHlW^IBOlBBIiaHBHIlBlBBnBlBg  o  �����������������  o  o  ������������a  o  ���������������  ���o  ���������������  4S��  ���������������  O  AOiOiOiOi$i$iOi0iOiOi<kOi0iOi��iOi^i^ft ^   ^iOiO&IOiOIOJOJte  NOTICE  The Auxiliaries of St. Mary's Hospital  THRIFT SHOP  will be closed December, 22 to January 3  Season's Greetings  from the stall  special thanks to donors that make success  17-^ of the shop possible.  ��� a...  ��� ��...  ��� ��...  o  ���Cfr  ���������������  o  ff/erru L^nrfotmad I |  ��� ������*���  *OTi0iWl0ifl!O!0^  |iyirr:iin.r��Hi  THE LITTLE SAWS WITH  THE MUSCLES OF A  LOGGER  *���������  lul  McCuIloch  MAC 10-10 $149.95  MAC 6  MINI MAC I  CHAIN  SECHELT  CENTRE  SECHELT  885-9626  COLOR  TV,   reg.   695.95,   Santa   Special    ..   .   .   .'   $650.  COLOR TV,  reg. 499.95,  Santa Special ....... .' $450  CHIROPRACTIC Bi S��  26"  20"  4' 6  ���Whon lllnoHH or unemployment striken,  n family can't Afford oven, Htnnll Christ-  m��H n'flH, But Tho Pidvntlon Army enn  hqq to'lt thnt ihoro nro wnrm clothes rind"  toyn for tho children und n, holiday dint  nor, Alona with mnt��rlnl nHslstnnco, The  .��Snlv(illon-Army-��offorn-��atho^rcns!iuriinco'  of knowliiK thnt somebody enros,  ��,    .      ���       '     .  Topfttl IhrUiie - BEATTY WASHERS and DRYERS  REG.    749.95,    SANTA    CLAUS    SPECIAL  ��� I    IIIIMIOIIIIllMIIIMMIIOIIUIl ,M>,  1 .ScelieU,,Times '���������'���a  llox JlO.Scehcll, D.C,  ScchclJ 'BB*9GM'�� BlfM635  ..,,   Gllmon* 8B6-2I21 , ,  ��StrhOTlpilnnTRmwr*tTri��dv��(icc  a*wl.<w��lry6��|Kr��ycarr��nc}ronil��3S''rnlleiifS7  U���S,Ar,  $9,  bvcroOR*, $10,  Scrvlti,, the mil hm Port MdkmMMmmwL.  Ulow Simiul in Ivnix ln\e\),      ,,  , >4i4innf*w*nimim4mr*nl*i*ni*mnim*\***imMmrmmMm4i^^  ii if '     ,  Lciiyftoy  HEATHER CHAIRS 8. RECLINRRS  SANT/V CLAUS SPECIAL   $!59  OCCASIONAL ROCKERS, reg. 69.95, Santa Special   ,.,'"���   .  COME   m   AND   SEE   OUR   STARTLING   SELECTION   OF   HAWQ   PAINTINGS  TURKEYS and HAMS  1 AHSixfli !   ATCOMPETITiyRMUCIS  <���   Saf  ininmnnnnln^ > in ,1 in_iii_ln_iw__,.iHn_h.it._.kiir  Tariff  GLYNN TRACY  Gardan Day $tor�� ��� 083*2292  "FliW Moats for Flno, People"  SENSATIONAL SANTA PRICES  iW-aSPWaEJaWtgWJS&ilt^^  ON* ALL  TV's     Radios - Lamps - Furniture  and small specialty gift items.  WE HAVE BEEN 6iyEN THE SPIRIT  OF SANTA.  'JJU  WE ARE JUST ABOUT GIVING  THINGS AWAY.  BE!!IICR Ci 1 DM 1TI1D  Highway   101,   Sechelt  ;  LTD.  Phono  885*2056  a ''        a | I  /  i     i '  a, I |l  a   (     t    I  *��W"��w/w,��w*w����"*wwvWi* mt**tittoMqF��*m&***&#*��t*&ft&v*^w^^**���&w"w���iuiitt>w.  ���  ]  1 \  \  \  \       \  \'  \   j N  The Peninsula Times page 3  Wednesday, December 20, 1972 ^  Bowling  scores  COMMERCIAL:   Truman   Reynolds   769,  305, Carol McGivin 320, 677, Pearl MacKenzie 264, Rose Rodway. 254, .273 .(754).  Ball   and  Chain:  Danny  Henry _641,  Glen Phillips 639, Glen Clark 661, Walter  Kohuch 737, 280,. Sonny Benner 613, 291,  Freda Faulkes 251, Carl Kohuch 692 Jack  -Thompson 666, 270, Kitty CterK (607)726  Seniors: Patty Wing 199, Andy Henderson 207. <  ��     GLAD TIDINGS TABERNACLE  | Sunday 10 Q.m.; 11 a.m.;N7 p.m.  j Wednesday. Bible Study 7:30 p.m.  g PASTOR NANCY DYKES  |       Gower Point Road  niuiuiiiiiiiiiiiiimii,.,,������,,.,.,  886-2660  GIBSONS PENTECOSTAL  Highway and Martin Road  Sunday School: 9:45 a.m.  Sunday Services: 11 a.m.; 7 p.m.  Wedneasday: Bible and Prayer 7:30 p.m.  Friday: Youth Servic.e-^-7:30 p.m.  PASTOR: GERRY FOSTER  Phone: 886-7107  SUNSHINE COAST  GOSPEL CHURCH  (Undenominational)  Sunday School ��� 10:00 a.m.  Church Service ��� 1 HIS ojb.  Evening Service 7:30 p.m.  PASTOR REV. S. CASSELLS  Davit Boy Road and Arbutin  (2 blocks up from Highway)  Madeira Park Happenings  ���^  MERRY  Christmas  and  a  Happy   Ne  Year from the Madeira Park Elementary school. We will be getting otit of  school on Friday, Dec. 22 for a nine day  holiday. We come back to school on Wednesday, January  3,  1973, ������>'  The Chrisimas concert is on Wednes-'  day,  Dec,; 20.  We  hope  to  have a   big,  turnout of parents and visitors that afternoon. The concert starts at 1:30 p.m. The  students will be carolling in the community that evening. "  The snow on the fields has been used  wisely, no accidents yet The snow ball  zone has seen a lot of action.  > There is something interesting starting in each class. Miss Hewgill has started a Christmas hamper contest in the  school to 0ee which class, can bring the  most canned food for a Christmas hamper. The hampers will be c^istriloute*!  later by a local service club to needy  families. .  House 1 has won the championship  this term with 57 points. House 2 was  second with 44 points, House 3 third with  34  points, and  House 4 fourth  with 21  ��� by Diana Iverson  points.        \ '  That's all the news for now. See you  in the New Year. The next reporter will  be Debbie Roosen.  . ' ���__>_..:'     V  Roberts Creek auxiliary  elects executive slate  REGULAR monthly meeting -of Roberts  Creek Auxiliary to SO Mary's Hospital  was held in St. Aidan's Hall, Dec. IL  New slate of officers elected was: Mrs.  G. Ironside, president; Mrs. M. Grose,  first vice president. xMrs. Fay Birkin,  second vice president; Mrs. Betty Gregory, treasurer; M_s. M. Gibbs, membership; Mrs. . McSaveney, secretary. Mrs.  C. Raines was in charge of the nomination of officers.  Reports were submitted by: Mrs-. B.  Rowberry, Mrs. B. Gregory, Mrs. B.  Merrick, Mrs. M. Grose and Mrs. M.  Gibbs. A monthly report from the coordinating council was read. *  Next meeting be a luncheon affair to  be held Jan. 8.  :&9i0i0i0i0i0<a;$^  Reason  Lj?  il  reeunad  *��  �����*������  The United CKutch of Canada  SERVICES  St. John*. United Church - Dora Boy  Sunday Services - 9:30    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 pm .  (2nd and 4th Sundays)  Ministry  Rev. Jim Williamson - Gibsons - 886-2333  BAPTIST CHURCH SERVICES  CALVARY BAPTIST  CHURCH  Park Road. Gibswu 886-7449  Morning Wc^hiD 9:30 a.m.  Sunday School 10:45 a.m.  Evening Fellowship 7:00 p.m.  Prayer and Bible Study, Thursdays 7:30 p.m.  BETHEL BAPTIST CHURCH  Merm<rtd and Tn>i|.-  ��  ��ecfc��i��; 8$6-7<44St  *        Sunday School 10:00 a.m.  Worship Service 11:15 a.m.  Prayer and Bible Study,  Wednesday, 7:30 p.m.  ,,      REV. W. N. ERICKSON. Pastor  ..t(-i>,***H.i:>n*a*t:i,~'i.MiHi* WBBW ���?.&��>  Complete' with StancJ  $435 Value for only ...  Busy circuits expected ...  Space holiday calls,  phone company urges  year's forecast results from the predicted  effects of long distance rate.adjustments.  effective Nov. 5. Most calls, to ��*oints in  Canada now are cheaper when piaced by  the customer rather than being handled  by an operator.  The Vancouver __toll centre, heart of  the company's long-distance network, expects more than 131,000 such calls, on  Dec. 25. As central relay ''Ipoint lEoFili''  trans-Pacific calls made in Canada, Vancouver expects to handle 1,355 calls to  points in Australia, New Zealand, Japan  and other countries.  Calls to Europe from Canada are relayed through, operators in Montreal.  Lights and flowers  feature of garden  AS SPECIAL season's greetings, The  , Bark & Tilford, Qvdesns, ,ofte of the  mogt, unique garden complexes in the  Lower Mainland, have been transformed  into a fairyland of Christmas colors.  This special Christmas display is the  only outdoor display in Canada featuring poinsettias, azaleas and cyclamen and  a myriad of tiny colored lights glistening  on the trees and shrubs in the gardens.  The unique display of poinsettias,  azaleas and cyclamen in eight of the  large, circular planters in the flower  garden, are protected by special plastic  domes. These domes, specially fabricated  are heated with electric, soil heating  cables and a forced air system, which  heats the -air as well as prevents con-  ..densation from forming;on, the "inside  of the domes,  With  the  addition of lights  to  en-  ,.., hance thp colors of the, flowers, the floral  displays  transform  the  gardens  into  a  kaleidoscope of Christmas co?or.  As an added Christmas attraction, the  North, Shore Bell Ringers will provide  Christmas music in the .Gardens^from  **Decr2rto*26 between Tp,m. arid 9 p,m.  Tho North Shore Bell Ringers, an nil  .,_.. girls group; is, one of the finest group  of bell ringers in all of Canada.  To visit tho Park & Tllford Gardens,  take the North Vancouver turn-off at the  north end of the, Second; Narrows Bridge  'and proceed dtie west, Watch for tho  largoP& Tslgn. ���������������'������ ,.;, .,  , Thp .gardens are open daily from, 8:30  a,m. until 11 p.m. with ample free narking and no admission charge,  B.C. Telephone Co. is  predicting a record number of long distance calls, this  Christmas.  The company will have more than  2,200 operators on the job during the 24  hours of Dec. 25 to handle an expected  519,000 attempts to place long distance  calls. ' ���        ��  Fewer than half these attempts are  likely to result in completed Calls because of the heavy demand and competition for circuits across the country. The  traffic is so heavy that'it is physically  impossible to complete them all.  British Columbians made 502,651 attempts to place long distance calls on  Christmas Day  last year.  Terence F.  Heenan, B.C. Telephone's  operations vice-president, suggested that  those who wish to be sure of contacting  friends   and   relatives   in   distant  places  space their calls over the holiday period  rather   than   trying   to   make   them   on  Christmas Day.  a* Of /thft total-number of attempts proj*  efcftfr thil yea��,;;l?.;f.0P0"'arS.expected t&,  be   handled   by  operators  while  355,000'  are  expected  to  be  dialed  directly  by  customers from areas where direct distance dialing is available.  Last year, 339,639 attempts were customer-dialed. Part of the increase in this  CAPT. AND MRS. Ed Wray of Langdale celebrated their silver wedding  anniversary and Capt. Wray's birthday, recently. Family and friends  joined them for a buffet dinner and  evening which ended with a ham and  eggs breakfast. Mrs, Wray received  an orchid corsage from the captain  who tucked in a diamond ring. Sitting for a family portrait ~re, left,  standing: Mitoh Jackson, Terry Simmons, Ted Wray.Seatedfrom left:  Juanita Jackson and Geena Jackson;  Cindy Wray and Shain Jackson;  Nicki Simmons and Lisa Marie Simmons; Capt, Wray; Mrs. Wray, Peter  Wray. -47 Abernathy photo  .- - ���    ���*��.���...        ���"       ..  -  Scholarship group  seeking more funds  SUNSHINE Coast Scholarship, Loan and  Bursary Society is seeking donations  to its fund in anticipation of expected  requests for loans.  At its annual meeting Dec. 12, Larrie  Grant, treasurer, reported that two requests for loans had been received. Grant  also reported a balance in the treasury of  $1,665.84. The organization is registered  under th^ Charitable Societies Act, and  as such all donations are tax deductible.  incumbent officers of the society were  recently returned to office by acclamation.  They are: Mrs. M. Ball, president; Morgan Thompson, vice-president; Mrs. M.  Bulger, secretary and Larrie Grant, treasurer.  from f^ender ^rtarbour  In lieu of Christmas Cards the following have  donated to the Pender Harbour Auxiliary to St.  Mary's Hospital:  ���o  ���������������  o  o  o  o  o  o  ���������������  o  o  o  o  o  o  ���������������  o  ���������������  ���������������  o  ���������������  o  ���������������  o  ���o  ���o  ���������������  ���������������  ��������  o  o  ���it**  .....  �����  o  ���������������  ���������������  ���������������  ���������������  o  ���������������  o  o  ���������������  o  ���������������  aO"  Duncan and Joan Cameron  Ruth  Nield  Dunbar and Joy Philip    7  Ray aha Doreen  Lee  Ken and Veronica Wright  John and Elspeth Logan  ��� Arnold and Lena Pound  Gilbert and Lou vain Lee  Doug and Ginny Fielding  Mr. and Mrs.  L.  E. Alexander  Alex and Marj  Rankin  Henry and Jean Whittaker  01 Ii and Jean Sladey  Mrs. Lil  Murdoch, Abbotsford  Frank and Glara  Lee  Carl and Ruth Remmem  Dave and Agnes Pollock  Bill  and Edith McNaughton  Trevor and Molly Payne  Bill and Iris Griffith & family  Ted and Eileen Alexander  "Jack and Jean Paterson  Fred and  Evelyn Olson  Bill and Gladys Brown  Bert and Isobel Gooldrup  Rod and  Doreen Webb  Len and  Nan Larsen  The  Rousseau's  Bev and  Helen Robertson  Cecil and Julie Reid  Fred and Marg Donley  George   and   Thyrza   Anderson  Markle and Myrtle Myers  Ernie and Elsie Lee  Ernie and  May Widman  Don and Caryl Cameron  T.jffy and Marion Wray  Bill and Wilma Thompson  The  Hotely's  John and Jackie Donnelly  Sanyo12" B&W T.V.  The Price is So Low We Are Ashamed To Print It.  Sanyo 20" Color i^r: 49950  . i ��� '   '7     *  ��^ <���.*���** pon*.*  399.50  KODAK M65 MOVIE PROJECTOR  '���129*'  Automatic  Super 8 and   regular 8  HANDGUNS" Cpi "'  6 Shot Western Style (Fast','*Prfa-hT4ri'.r.r.r.r*43i96%  6 Shot Snubby Western Style  ,,.,   26,96  .Target. Pistol,^Marksman's .Spoclah .,,,,,,,,,,,-38.95~\  ��� Jack Dalton, adventurer, outfitted and  bulldor of the famed Dnlton Trail in  southwest Yukon, named Champagne.  Yukon, after ho transported n ca��!o of  Fronqh Champagne up the' Dalton Trail  to tho, Yukon and Bottled "down with  ��� Wonda-to-drink" ttl      *  I    4.  WE HAVE A COMPETE UME OF '  TRNCO sbpER 8 TRACK STEREO  I ^tlWaMaWtaWW^WS**!!*-  I  Tana Ft_a*lf*      TRNC0 s    R 8 TRACK STIERE0  ���9*.Vm 69.00 79^.95 99.95  1 ��� ���  -���' ...     ._  ..I���,i. ��� _....___.____ ���^'-^������il*i4iM^miitti��^*vf^f^^^  134.95  I   l^fl^aArtRpai^MilW*^^ I  COMBINATION  RADIO  & 0 TRACK, only ���   -TWIU6HHHCA1RE  <3"����<"���� 806-2027  i     ii i  All Shoyvi8p,m, and In color  SLEEPING BAGS  .������Will-Mil.���I    I. I' .IM-WW. ������hi- ������wm HI! II ��� Ml PHI  WE HAVE A LARGE SELECTION OF  n, .mil "J,.WW ^^*wtr%mWiP&#tm&*iv9r Mill" W fbw((#i*i'w wf* T^tw m^P-} ���#,��*����*!  ,..,.,.,i  AMMUNITION  ml  SICHBLT  Tu��i,'# yfri;, Um��� til, Wl.  SEAN' CONNERY ti J/SMES DOND 007  DIAMONDS ARE FOREVER  NRW YiAfl'S iYR  ,  Monl, Tmm., VM��� TftMii,, Prl,, Sat*  PHONE 805-9713  .UZA MINNEUI  CABARET  ���"ii i  -ADUU, ENTERTAINMENT-  Now brewed under licence In Orltlsh Columbia.  DREI KRONEN BRAUEREI (1308) LTD.  (>   '       1'  ���Ml'  ' I i  <4mmt&m��mw!#)*im  m��i(*itimmmmmmmmim^^  I.     I      I,.      r    ���'< y     4.  I       , la 7  \  ���>  \  -A-L  \  \  ������-1*1 "���  Page 4���Peninsula Timet, Wednesday, December 20,.1972    __v,  estate (C    tT  V  **WW*W***WW**WW*WMMMM'WMW  *  n,     n ��-���. Sechelt - Phone 865-9654  IHE PENINSULAyfttte*    Gibson. - Phone 886-2121  ,     AD-BRIEFS  __0mmtm9Wtatmm0tm__n0tm9Wts��iMi0ttti^m9_v_90����^^  Classified  MUM���  Published Wednesdays by  Powell River News Town Crier  Sechelt Times Ltd.  ot Sechelt, B.C.  Established 1963  Member, Audit Buraao  oh Circulation*  September 30,   1972  " Gross Circulation 3350  Paid Circulation 2727  Aa filed with the Audit Bureau  of Circulation, subject to audit.  Classified Advertising Rates:  3-Linr Ad-Briefs (12 words)  Om> insertion ._. $1.10  Three   Insertions _$2.20  Extra lines (4 words) _ 30c  (This rate does not apply to  commercial Ad-Briefs)  Box Numbers*- .  50c extra  50c Book-keeping charge is added  for Ad-Briefs not paid by  publication date.  .Legal  or  Reader  advertising   35c  .  per count line.  Deaths, Card of Thanks, In Mem-  oriam, Marriage and Engagement  notices are $3.60 (up to 14 lines)  ond 30c per line after that. 4  words per line.  Birth, Notices, Coming Events take  regular classified rates.  Subscription Rate*���  By  Mail:  Local Area  $6.00 yr.  Outside Local Area .$7.00 yr.  , U.S.A. _ $9.00 yr.  PERSONAL (Continued)  SPIRITUAL healing and readings. P.O. Box 533, Gibsons,  B.C.   . 485-4  BAHA'I Faith, informal chats.  885-2465, 886-?078. .   1075-tfn  ' STONEY'S  WELL DRILLING  "  Now Drilling on the Peninsula.  Phone 483-3530  5460 Maple Avenue  Powell River,  B.C.  FOR sale, 2  bedroom,  waterfront, view. Phone 885-2134.  1023-4   ��� a , V  _Vz to 14 acresxwest of Langdale  View  property,   treed,  water, south slope R2. Phone  886��'"U. 930-tfn  PENDER. HARBOUR  Best Marina site in area. Heart  of Madeira Park. Over 850  feet waterfront with foreshore  lease. Try your offers bn F.P.  and terms.  Over 2000 ft. waterfront at  Secret Cove on 31 acres natural, park-like, treed land with  Southern exposure.. Open to  offers. r  JACK NOBCE  Rochester Realty Ltd.  Phone 883-2701  -*-- 9305-4  OR RENT (Continued)  SPECIAL monthly rates.until  May 15. Adults only, no pets.  Ruby Lake Motel, R.R.I.,  Madeira I*arki Phone 883-2269      x 566-tfn  ONE bedroom Duplex, Mission  Point, Basic furnishings, $70  mo. inql. light. Good for couple  or single party. Sorry no children or pets. Available 1 Dec.  Phone 885-9463. 1027-4  2 ROOM partly furnished Waterfront   bachelor   suite,   $55  per mon. Phone 885-2860.   1071-7  DAVIS Bay - Excellent view,  . two bedrooms, full basement,  oil heat, electric range and  fridge. Immediate^ possession,  Phone 8.85-2886. 1085-4  HELP WANTED  BIDS for-small dock and float  for residential lot in Secret  Cove. Write Walton, \2538  Crown* St., Vancouver 8. fcr  details. ; 10.70-4  FOR RENT -  ler, 10'x46\  2 bedroom trai-  Phone 886-7111.  1077-4  CHRISTMAS GREETINGS       MORTGAGES  Or  .$10.00   yr.  $3.50  $4.00  _lSc  Special Citizens,  Local  Area   _  .Canada      Single Copies   ���Copyright and/or property rights  subsists in all display advertising  and other material appearing in  this edition of the Sechelt Peninsula Times. Permission to reproduce wholly or in part and In  ony form whatsoever, particularly  by a photographic or offset process  In a publication, must be obtained'  in writing from the publisher. Any  unauthorized reproduction will be  subject     to     recourse     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,  and 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 the balance of the advertisae-  ment will be paid for at the applicable rate.  A composition chorge is made for  advertising accepted and put into  production, but cancelled before  publication. Change from original  copy when proof is submitted to  customer is also chargeable at an  hourly rate for the additional  work.  BIRTHS  GIBSONS AND SECHfLT  WESTERN DRUGS  . ... are pleased to sponsor this  Birth   Announcement space,   and  extends Best Wishes to the happy  parents.  MERRY     Christmas     and     a  Happy New Year to all our  relatives and friends.���Maggie _  Wray and son Peter.      1064-4 "  WE WISH all our friends and  neighbours a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year,  lieu of Christmas cards, donations are being sent to Pender  Harbour Childrens' Programme.���Marshall and Joan Rae,  Willie and Linda Mattis, Donald and Brenda Scoular, Fred  and Murriel Crosby, Ray and  Bobbi Mair, Don and Cory  Penson, Ted and Jean Donley,  Gene and Jessie Spicher, An  onymous, Norman and Shirley  Morrison. 1066-4  WE WISH all our friends of  the Sunshine Coast a very  Merry Christmas and a Happy  New Year.���Mr. and Mrs. T.  Bierhacki. 1068-4  SEASONS   Greetings   to   all: "  Donations to the Retarded  Childrens' fund in lieu of  cards.���Pat, Ray, Mark and  Arleen Witt. 1069-4  A MERRY Christmas and a  Happy New Year to all the  children on Norwest Bay Road  and Mason R"itd-���Ruby and  Vic. 1072-4  A VERY Merry Christmas and  a good New Year to all the  people of Pender Harbour.  Special good wishes to those  who have become my friends  since I arrived in this wonderful place last September. Now  I am off to see how the Mexicans celebrate the best days of  the year. Sincerely, Sheila  Thomson. 1084-4  BEST Christmas wishes to all  . T our . friends and neighbours..  ���Ralph  and Wilma  Stephan-  son, Dale Darcy. 1081-4  GREETING from Mr. and Mrs.  John Divall to all our friends  and customers. Donation to the  Hospital Auxiliary in lieu of  cards. 1073-4  REAL ESTATE  TWO five acre blocks, elevat-  ed property within village  of Sechelt. In popular subdivision area. Write Box 310, c-o  Peninsula Times, Sechelt.  333-tfn  1st AND 2nd MORTGAGES  Residential  -  Commercial  Recreational  All types of real estate financing  including builders loans.  Fast appraisal service.  ACADIAN MORTGAGE  CORP. LTD.  2438   Marine   Drive,  West  Vancouver,  B.C.  Phone 926-3256  8227-tfn  FOR RENT  WINTER   accommodation available,   Oct.   1st  thru   May  1st.     Lowe's    Madeira    Park  Motel. Ph.  883-2456.      529-tfri  HALL for rent ���Wilson Creek  Community    Hall.    Contact  Mrs. Diane Anderson 885-2385.  7815-tfn  WANTED TO RENT  ADULTS  require  2  bedroom  house,    unfurnished;    Davis  Bay or Sechelt area, from Feb.  1.   Phone  886-2404. 1038-5  TRAILERS & CAMPERS  v1969  %  ton    camper, special  with ftg. canopy. A-l /condition. Ph. 883-2220, 1024-4  CARS & TRUCKS ^~   v  16' HOLIDAY trailer, propane,  fridge and stove. 1964 Mercury pickup with insulated  canopy, $1750 for two units, or  could be sold separately. Ph.  885-2315.. 1044-5  1958    FORD,    good    running  condition^ $85.   Phone   886-  7861. 1057-5  1962 MfeRC Monterey auto-  , matic, -very good condition,  $450. Phonte 883-2485.   1078-tfh  WANTED  REQUIRE property to lease or  rent with o   without home.  Phone   886-7268. 967-7  WORK WANTED  FURNACE    installations    and  J   burner   service.   Free   estimates. Ph. 886-7111.       36-tfn  TYPEWRITERS,  adding mac-  hines, repairs and sales. Ph.  886-7111. 7-tfn  CARPENTRY,   handyman,  $3.50   per   hour.   Call   886-  9689. Leave message.  1053-tfn  MOBILE HOMES  TRAILER space 'available, all  services. Ayers Mobile Home  Park,  West Sechelt. Ph.  885-  2375. 863-tfn  BOATS & ENGINES  22' STEEL hull cabin cruiser?  140  Mercruiser. Phone 883-  2485. 1079-tfn  PETS,  RELF'S Four-O-Eight Kennels, Redrooffs, Halfmoon  Bay wish to advise their regular customers and other pet  owners that they are accepting bookings for Christmas  and New Year. Phone 885-  9469. 1022-4  FOR   sale   German   Shepherd  puppies. Phone after 6 p.m.  886-2348. 945-4  FOR SALE  MODERN oilstove  with  oven  window, lights, clock timer.  Phone 886-7594. 1015-4  FOR SALE (Continued)  FIREPLACE   yood   for   sale.  Dried alder, maple and fir.  Phone 883-2417. .    684-tfri  18   FT.   open   cabin   plywood  boat. 45 H.P. elec. start motor.   $400\cash.   Ph.   885-2272  evenings only. 1012-4  FOR  sale   German  Shepherd  puppies. Phone after 6 p.m.  886-2348. 490-4  2 BEDROOM trailer, fully furnished.  Phone  885-9021  between  12  p.m. and  1:30 p.m.  1056-5  MARINE ACCESSORIES  Paint���Fibreglass���Rope���v  Canvas���Boat Hardware  Compressed air service  NYGREN SALES  (1971) LTD.  Phone 886-9303, Gibsons, B.C.  HART skis, Holiday, med. 6'5",  195 f m. Gresvig harness, Alpine poles. Val '<?' Or ski boots,  size 7VfeE. Phone 883-2663.  1065-4  KENT 12 string electric guitar  with strap and jack cord.  Complete golf outfit, 1 and 3  woods, 3, 5, 7, and 9 irons and  putter club, bag and folding  cart, all items like new, sacrifice. Phone 886-7160 before 3  p.m. 966-4  TOY apricot poodles, shots and  registered.   Phone   883-2758.  1074-4  4x8   POOL   table,  Phone 885-9564.  like   new.  1082-4  MEN'S   new   brown   buckskin  pile lined coat, never worn,  size   42,   $30.   Phone   886-9885  after 6 p.m. 1083-4  REAL ESTATE  Box 769  SECHELT, B.C.  885-2241  '-a*, .  Vancouver Direct Line MU5-5544  See us at our Office across from the Sechelt Bus Depot  PORPOISE BAY WATERFRONT  Only $12,000 ��� large view lots, good beach, protected moorage.  Call Jack or Stan Anderson, days 885-2241.  Ehler ' our  Christmas  NOW  draw'  ANNOUNCEMENTS  SEASON'S   Greeting   to   my,  friends. Forego a card and  ���. know ..Instead.. A��hungry, man ��  will bo woll fed At City Con-  tre  where  warmth   Is  found  And thp Christmas spirit and  ,   love abound. ��� Madge Newman. 1003-4  IN MEMORIAM   Prawlng, December, 23.  LISTINGS   WANTED!  K. BUTLER REALTY  ALL   TYPES   INSURANCE  Gibsons, B,C,  Phone 880-2000  MEMBER  MULTIPLE   LISTING  SSERVICE  9300-4  SELMA PARK WATERFRONT  REVENUE PROPERTY'ON THE BEACH ��� $300 per month plus  owner suite. Close to store, fishing ond boat harbor.  Ideal retirement orea.  Full  price only  $45,000,  terms. Call  Stan or Jock  - ������   ' Anderson 885-2241.   ���  MUST BE SOLD  Ready to move into ��� 3 bedrooms, lovely stone fireplace  to beach and stores. Asking only  $24,900.  885-2241.  Walk  CALL  NOW,  days  TRAILER LOT WITH VIEW  Only $4,500 ��� this kind of lot is hard) to find. Close to beach.  Fully serviced. Call Jack or Stan Anderson 885-2241.  VIEW LOT ��� % ACRE  Over Mi acre lot with view in Village of Sechelt. Across the street  from access to nice beach.  Driveway in.  Nicely treed  for your  privacy. Asking only $6,500, Call Stan/Jack Anderson 885-2241.  LOT - SECHELT  Nlcc'resldenfldi lot, closev to all facilities;' redely to build' oh,  $5,500. Call Jack or Stan Anderson 885-21241.  Only  -'������'������- '"WATERFRONT LOT -' ' ' ��� -" *"���"  Approx.  70' x 250' ��� Fantastic view of Troll  Islands. Only  $12,500 with  terms,  Call  Jack or Stan Anderson  885-2241,  v 135'WATERFRONT HOME  " Outstanding vlowrCharmlng*2"bedroomhome,'wlth*tastefully*de-'  . coratcd living room, wall to wall carpet, Glass sliding door opening on to largo wrap-around sundeck. Fireplace, kitchen with built-  in range, den or office, Protected moorage,1 Located at Halfmoon  Day. jNrbutua  Troos,  Call  Jack or  Stan  Anderson  885-2241,  SECHELT AGENCIES LTD,  Member of the Multiple Listing Service  Office 885-2235  From Vancouver Toll Free - ZEnith 2012  GIBSONS RURAL v.,   ;  Almost 5 acres,  no rock, starter aabin ahd good weli. ^ 1 1,000  cash. CALL JACK WARN, 886-2681 eves.  HALFMOON BAY WATERFRONT #2738  Sheltered moorage is hard to find but here is your opportunity  to keep a float and bo6t in front of this gently sloping property.  There is a wide south-vtesterly view from the 2 bedroom home .  situated 300 feet away from the highway and a guest cottagS to  take care of the weekenders. See it now while the price is only  $3O,0Q0. Phone Don Hadden, 885-9504 eves.  WE kholt In lovo nnd trust and,'  , happiness until God In. HI*  goodncRS put asunder our  vows, So sloop In panco dear  ono, Your loving wlfo Mnrg-  nrct., Dccembop^.or.WTl^MnCTlOO^ACRES^oWuU^rolovfttod  VIEW lot In West Sechelt, 60'  xiP8\   Serviced.  $4000.   Ph.  OflB.2087. 090-3  Margaret Eborlo  1070-4  PV&)  CARDS  THANKS  ��� IT"1*'"' i nm ��� mi  I WOULD llko to express my  .t_An9to. {0, t,w doctors nnd  staff 6f St, Mary's Hospital for  tholr Islndnpss nnd excollont  caro during my recent stay In  hospital, A special thanks to  Gerring, ���Mr. 0, K, Humm,   1007-4  HOSPITAL Employees Union,  local '100, hold Its annual  Christmas ���dnnco poo, 2 and  would llko to thank tlio /ol.  lowing persons! .loo Bonner,  MC; Bruco Russell, palptoa  greetings;,,all, persons who .donated, food! Gordon Wnlkoi;  "and Uarry Goosony the* Hcddon'"  lloysi Peggy , West j Elmadn  Whytoj Jtforn Hetnor nnd many  helpful tconanorsi Sunshine,  Coast Rambler band, Rod,  Rusq nnd Bob, 1007-4  PERSONAL  ALCOHOLICS Anonymous ~  Meetings  0i30  p.m., Thurs.,  -;toyflrWJlson~Crco!(~CommiJiK  ity llnll, IM). nnn.p32T,  B0JS7-lfn  MacGREGOR-PAGiFIG-REAbTY-  , somo vlow, trails,  secluded, Near Secret Cove,  $70,000, Write Box 310, c-o  Tho Times, Secholt, B,C,  "��������������� ���������'���;   ������������,'���"; ' 7     33Mfn  PENDER Harbour waterfront  lot, Sheltered, deep, very  accessible to - wntcr mnklng ��� it  Ideal-for a year round wharf.  Watqr. oloqtrlclty and rond,  _,$l7,BOO.^Ehono^OQO!!.737,!ll*��.or��,  write box 700, Gibsons.  0202-tfiT  '"I ll'     alil.l    I  a'.        .im.   I'.Viiia'.i. a'' Mil     I      | : '"  EWART McMYNN '  REALTY A INSURANCE  Multiple* Listings  Service  Boa; JS30, ���Qlbflona,���p,0,  ... ,,  TIIKj - STAFF-OFtMcMYNN"  11HALTY .WISH TO EXTEND,  THEIR   SINGER��  BEST  WISHES TO'ALL  ON  THE  JOYEOUS CHRISTMAS      '  HOLIDAY SEASON . AND TO  ALL- A HAPPY AND  PROSPEROUS   NEW   YEAR.  ,   ,,., ���E\yart McMynn ,  VlricQ Prawor  :~-.��Wally. Peterson���-���  Ron McSava'noy  ..'....,.,   'MOM  SECHELT VILLAGE'  5 bedroom home, approx, 1550 sq, ft,, fireplace, sauna bath, shoo  carpets, All Indirect Hahtlng In living room, Utility room, work  shop, Walking distance to all facllltlti?, Full price $36,900.  ��� Call Stan or Jack Anderson 885-2241,   ,  DAVIS BAY  ���Cottage on waterfront lotrAll*landscapedrA .rooms, carport, sun-  '   ''  '   - dock and fireplace, P.P. $25,950,<   Call Stan or Jack Anderson 885-2241,  p Willi. II ����� ������ ��� 9MHI44-,  SELMA PARK  72' lot on highway,, Good vlow, easy access, trood, F.P. $5,500.  Call Stan or Jack Anderson 8,8>2241  , ..,        ...���,,..,,. .REDROOFFS ROAD   Mt Aero lot with drlvoway, Close to boach, Nlcoly troed,  prlco $4,700. Call Stan or Jack Andorson 8815.2241,  Full  SARGENT PAY AREA  An oxcollorit Invostmont r���W acr,o_.of trood, land,., Lovol acfcasi)  from road, F,P, $3,600.  Call Jack or Stan Anderson 805-2241,  ROBERTS CREEK #2556  Nearly 6 acres, 481. feet of roafld frontage, lovely old garden and  fruit trees, very nice 2 bedroom bungalow home, stone fireplace,  Regional Board Water, hydro and phone. Some good timber. All  this for top price of $30,-000, terms can be arranged. Call PETER  SMITH 88J5-9463 eves.  MADEIRA PARK #2542  Famous gateway to. Pender Harbour sportsman's paradise .of the  Sunshine Coast, commercial type lot, note low price $6,000 with  $2,000 down, Only what you would expect to pay for a residential  view lot. Call BOB KENT 885-9461 eves.  GOWER POINT  100 foot frontage at Gower Point. Steep to shore, but grand view  of straits, 3 rental cabins. Terms on $25,000. CALL JACK WARN  ,886-2681 eves.  SELMA PARK #2587  Here Is a quiet lot, 1 OOx 13 5 feet, a street at both, ends of lot,  so a thru driveway possible. Some small cedars remain, part view  of Gulf. A good buy at $5,500, try ond match ft. Call PETER  i'JMITH 885-9463,  OVER AN ACRE! Country Living #2566  Forrested lot with excellent view potentlql facing on pavod road  with hydro available, Just a short walk by roqd to very nice beach,  and easy boat launching. Lot size 100 foot on Redrooffs Road x  ,504,Jcot���. d*cp,��Qu|et,.rcsldentla|,area7wlth.1roal,, country, atmos-,,,  phore, Full price only $5,50Q, Call BOB KENT 885-9461  ovos.  ROBERTS CREEK      ,, #2733  Ovor 1,000 square foet In this 2 bodroom homo with full concroto basement and auto, oil furnaco, Situated On onp aero of  gently sloping land on the high sldo of 101, Full prlco $25,000,  CALL DON HADDEN at 885-9504 ovos,  ROBERTS CREEK  2 good building lots, trood. southorn exposure, Fully sorylcod,  Block top road. Full prM $5,950. Call Jack or Stan Anclorson   .,...-,,..1, -.. .    BQS-2241,   -     *  S/fe.  SANDY H^,W/yTE^FRONT  74'x22Q' |ot, Arbutus and fir troos, serviced^ Good Iwach and  road accoss, Doop moorago, F.P. $17,750, ,  Call Jack or Ston Andorson 805-2241,    '  :7"777'7777J ;2 PW&W 7   '  2 bodroom homo on 70'��I50' lot, Good ilxcd living room, separate  dining room, Combination workshop-goraoo, Fully ln��ula|od <ind  '      '" wired, Largo nundock, F.P. $24,250.       -  Oolt Jock or Stan Anderson flB5.��241,  WILSQN CREEK WATERFKONT . .. #27pl  This Is b buy, Solid, furnished duplex, always rented, each ono  bedroom/ebmbo kitchen- living area . soparato bathtooms. Good  base lot, level boach,, good Access,  Full  prlco  $5,800,00, CalL  PETER SMITH 885-9463 ovos.  SECHELT VILLAGE    ~~~~' ���      ^ "if 19.2745  Sechelt's only restaurant on tho watorfront, with wlnlna ancl dining  facilities, Licensed dining room, Good 2 bodroom living quarters,  separate living room and bathroom, 2800 pq, ft,; largo land area,  p|on|y of, room to expand, Enorgotlc operators would havo unlimited opportunities to Increase turnover, Newly remodelled  dining and work aroa?, Also living quarters, also a "tako-out"  aroa. Business showing profit though only open five hours a day  for 6 days a weok. This has to bo a winner In this fast growing  aroa. Roqulros only $30,000 down, good torms on balance, you .  would nay this down amount for a house olono, CALL BOB KENT  2233.  PRESTIGE HOME       ��� ���    ' "������"���" '    ���" ��� #2753   On the watorfront at Halfmoon Bay, almost now 4, bedroom, 2-  Mproy homo with swooping view of the Gulf, Includes lqrge <over-  * ed ,��unde^k over 30x 12 hobby shbpj double carport, 'duost"cabin,'  Morpao shed all on gently sloping 3/4 ncro wllh 40x12 float on  sheltered water, Full price $63,000, For plcturos and dotalls  CALL DON HADDEN 885-9504,  -PENDER HARBOUR,  ���--I #26(19 -  L  Dox 779, Gibsons, p.C,  "SERVING THE SUNSHINE COAST"  ���   ' 11  Cqll Lorrlo Girard 806-7244 or 886-7760.  SUNSHINE COAST ��� LADIES APPAREL  Ownor retiring and will; soil for prlco of stock,. Real opportunity to  stop Into |h|s established business In tho heart of Sechelt, Large  bright store, Loaso on promises. F.P, $15,000  ^ For more details call Jack or Stan Anderson 005-224U  '*^tm��lim4b>.tmm9*a~��*��999*9  ���GIBSONS RURAL-  10 aero farm, Half c|oarod, Junction, of Rlodand'Heni  Toitofully remodelled (arm houso, Darn and  riry Roods,  ,.��� Excollonl  garden soil, fenced and secluded, Revenue from small gravel pit,  Own water system, On'power, IDEAL FOR. CITY FOLK' WHO  WANT A FUN COUNTRY PLACE, Cash  $34,500, Call Stan  Anderson 085-2241, ',  Chooso from 18 lots remaining In this qulot aroa. Lots aro wooded,  water ond pydro. Close tq.Woter and stores, yot It Is'quiet, Only  30% down payment, prices from $4,950 lo $6,000, To view call  .... DON HADdEN 866.9504 or PET^R SMITH 1*85.9463 oyoi,   ,  GRANTHAM'S #2717  Sldo-by-sldo duplox or largo family home- 1500 sq, ft. - undergoing renovation, Two units, each containing combined living  room ��� kitchen, (wo bodrooms and, bathroom, Half basement, 100  amp, electric ��orvlco, automatic oil furnace, Good opportunity  for carponter-lnvo.stor, Full price only $18,500;  /'  ASK FOR FREE CATALOGUE OF REAL ESTATE  **VX>AttlfW��f9!t1>**11*-����*��'   I  wAQENCIES*l,TDr  Box 155, Secholt '       Phono 805-2235  Or Call Toll,Free from tho Greater Vancouvpr Area  ZEnith 2012  (E,8,0,EJ      ,  PENDER HARBOUR and EGMONT  AND A  HAPPY IW YEAR  MADEIRA PARK  2 BR home on attractive landscaped lot with fruit trees. A few  hundred ft. tp school, stores and morina. Washer, dryer, range  ^ and fridge included in price of $29,000.  WATERFRONT LOTS  75'  7. $16,500  R6By Loke,  105' _      $13,500     V. FisherJsland $16,500  90'  , ..... $18,500     88' $18,500  54' beach front with 14' trailer  .....-,__. $18,000  .   DREAM VALLEY  17,53 acres of privacy! Close to Mixal ond Hotel Lakes. Just off  Irvine's Landing  Road.  Suitable for small  farm.   $20,000.  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 aieo���160 acres���roads and trails throughout���  fairly level property���$70,000.  4. Pender Harbour���opprox. 33 acres���approx. 1800' waterfront  ���$85,000.  EARL COVE  A few lots still available on this 30 lot subdivision. Priced from  $4,000.  MADEIRA PARK  Choice view lots on 72 lot subdivision.  Prices from $3,700 to  $10,000. Some cleared reqdy for building.  MADEIRA PARK  2 yr. old ranch style home with 4 bedrooms. Electric heat, carport. Attractive white sandstone fireplace, wall to wall carpet in  living room. Large kitchen-dining room with coppertone range,  hood and fridge. 12'xl2' utility room with cupboards. Plus a  24'x26' shop building, 'fully insulated. Situated on on attractive  view lot and close to school,  stores, post office and marinas.  $34,500.  VIEW LOTS ��� GARDEN BAY ESTATES  'In a beautiful setting, serviced with paved road, water and hydro.  Public access to waterfront. Close to. stores, marinas and post  office. One steep lot at $3,000, the balance priced from $6,000  to $10,000.  WARLOCK 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 slopinp ocres with 2 small houses, roads throughout property. Price firm at $22,000.  MOBILE HOME SITES  Several lots available.  EGMONT LOTS  Waterfront lots���$11,000 to $13,000.  BARGAIN HARBOUR WATERFRONT HOME  Good older home, 2 BR on���ma|n'floor,,2 BR on upper.floor;,oil  furrtace, electric range, frig and some furniture. 54 ft. level water-  .front lot. Asking $29,000.  " EARL COVE RESTAURANT     '        '  at Earl Covo Ferry Terminal. BuSy year-round location at the  bost location on tho Sunshine Coast. Includes land, business, res-  tavrant building, restaurant equlpmept ond small hogso trailer.  "SMACrXCREKGE  WATERFRONT  X.& it-ten*,**,.���t^jit��fsW<..t!*J_*;fflifri  1. Sakinaw Lake���. 13,8 acres���approx. 350' choice waterfront���  " '��� ^33,000.-���'���"- '���������-.--���. -���.���.., -:,..������:. ,,,..-,,,,.,���,,.,,..,,������,.,.,...,...!...  2. Oyster Bay���nearly 10 acros In Ponder Harbour���approx, 550'���  waterfront ��� fruit trees ��� $45,000. '  ., Egmont���over 7 acros���approx. 560' watorfront���excellent  site for mobilo homo park���paved Maplo Rd. runs through  property���-$50,000. .��-\     ,  >��� .    i ,  ,' .  .    , i       i ,      ' '       ��� ,. , 7 ��������������� ' -*v  ' '"���"������'-'   NEAft MAPpIRA PARK  Near now 2 BR homo on opprox, % acre level lot. Has oloctrlc  heating, flreplqco,-w/Vr carpet, storage and. carport.'$21,500,  rv  LAGOON ROAD  3 good building lots, easy walK to school, stores, poM office and  ���������.'���; marinas, $6,000 ?ach.      ;    ,  *,., InvqtOrtTajid Dovoiopers  '���: ; ��� ^ ������^5oo;ofiKnpoTENTiAiai' ' " '" ;   Partially dovoloped posslblqV86 lot���,subdivision 'site on 37 vlow  ����o^n Frarj^iX*  constructed to sorvlco approx, 56 lots. Potential for 30 more  lots, Water main on S.E., boundary of property ond own gravol  ._._._. 'iklm    "  approx,   ,. ->,E,, bouru-,,, _. ,.,,,.-.,, _,���  pit also on property,'A.king prlco $150,000,  BR^KSjCpyE^HALFMOON BAY ''  194' deep watorfront with 3 BR Panabodo homo,(4" cedar) with  ���unlock, full bathroom, propono range and frldgo, All furniture,,  dl��hos, bedding, etc., Included, No electricity, Access l>y path  only���830 ft. from parking lot to houso, Immediate possession.  -,--, - ��-..����� �����.-.^--��� $29,000,-;-���-' ���,--�����.���*��� --���- ���������--��� ���  i VIEW LOTS��� GARDEN BAY  Very large parklike lots overlooking ponder Harbour. Priced from  $5,000 to ,16,000,  , GARDEN BAY ' ���   ���   ��� .  .6 O.R.homo on. 103', waterfront, Lots of floats, potential* for  tourist development. $30,000,      i  Many other view and watorfront Iota In tho Ponder Harbour oroa  ������&'���'"��� __W M77 _\ '"^m '^|i'^-')^5Sh': & ������';:������ mm :. B^ji '��� C,;7|f^7  ,     REALTY tTD.  -i '������..'' '    ''  Madeira Park, B.C,  Phono Pondor Harbour 083-2233  H��MVM��WIMWi��   I  ������**MB*miy^*i(tT*B��*m  KnaaRWVWmiHim  "T-y  4^*Mf9t}n#44fl!VVItl^99VtUitf��ll9fKI4��#^fl4  l>M*N9>W!,'i��**WW*W*W  ��a����J!WW9���a��**��ISWW  m*<f>Hlt'Wti4BVf WWWI*'  liWKW��gpinfapHiWim-i<fci* \  \   \  ���\  \  FOUND  SET of keys  in  front of Sechelt Times\ office. Identify  and claim. ^086-4  SIAMESE cat. Phone 885-2097.  1080-4  LIVESTOCK  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  SWIFT Feeds ��� H. Jacobson,  Swift dealer. Nor'West Rd.,  Sechelt. Phone 885-9369. Chicken feeds - Horsp feed - Hog  feed - Cattle feed. Hay and  other feeds by order.   258-tfn  QUALITY FARM SUPPLY  Openi.9 ^jb. to 6 p.m.  Tuesday to Saturday  Complete line of:  ��� Buckerfields Products  ��� Purina Dpg  &  Cat Foods  Pratt Road, West Gibsons  Phone 886-7527  8241-52  Strait talk  ��� by Joan Proctor  FOR  several  years  we've used  various  types of embellishments in an effort  to create a Christmas tree that's  a bit  different.  Some of our past ones have been dec  orated in white paper doves,'velvet bows  and over-sized pink and orange Mexican  paper flowers. We've had white trees,  blue trees, and even a pink one. All of  them were pretty, and some of them  rather dramatic; but they all lacked the  nostalgia associated with a tinsel trimmed evergreen.  There's something infinitely warm and  lovely about a tree whose branches hold  little toys and keep-sakes made by loving hands and brought out traditionally  year, after year to hang in a place of  honor for the 12 days of Christmas.  As a little girl, I just loved some tiny  handpainted pap'.r lampshades which fitted over the trie lights and revolved as  the heat warmed them. Along with some  beautiful glass parasols they always decorated the tree and I looked forward  eagerly to seeing them again each Christmas,  j We^l, this/yaejirw^'rc; going to have  an olid-fashioned,Christmas tree. It's going to be a real one that's green and  smells of the forest. When it's decorated  it's not going to look the least bit stagy.  Bearing this in mind, I rummaged  through our box of trimmings determined  to pick out some things with sentiment  attached to them.  The assortment I came up with was  amazing. At the top of the box lay  some slejgh bells which had seasonally  adorned the kitchen door, Because of the  constant traffic-flow their jingling nearly  drove me crazy. Everytlme daddy went  out to dump the garbage the kids thought  Santa was arriving.  I- uriearthed -some oldcandy canes left  over from the year all the kids had  mumps, a woolen stocking one of our  dogs insisted on hanging every year, a  half-acaten mandarin orange, several walnut shells, broken glass balls, some nonflammable angel hair which had caught  fire and an aerosol container of snow  ��������,,,whlch��.had��backflred,��and*frosted��me,.  .a instead of the tree.  . There were yards of tinsel which the  baby had almost hanged himself with  ono year, a dreadful necktie which someone obviously had hated for it was still  boxed aft'd the dozen invitations for the  ���party we'd had to cancel when the kids  got  chicken  pox.  There  was   a  string  of twinkling lights that didn't arid two  gorgeous, but wlckless candles which I'd  mode pne year. I found the mouthpiece  from our oldest son's trombone, which  he'd��never ��� learned * to- play,* and (several ���  ���   old school* Christmas'concert programs.  Nearing the half-way mark in our  box I discovered some plastic poinsettias  that'had died'and a half string,of popcorn that hadn't popped. There was an  angel minus her wlnga ond the Zaulty  extension cord which when plugged in  had plunged us into total' darkness simultaneously giving my husband a natural, I found an apple core, (jomo dried  ���^holly,��.ornamorit*hook8-aU��tanglodf-togo-  ,     thpr in oho irrevocable mass and a risque     yw<don ot The, Night, Before Christmas.  The items all brought hack memories  of bygone Chrlsthiascn, ,but somehow I  couldn't bring myself to decorate our tree  with any of them. It would hnvo constituted a sacrilege,  ill  if      .-^^>  mm  Wednesday, December 20, 1972  MMMMWHaMMMMMMM  \  The Peninsula Times  ��WUM��MM��MMMM  To the executives, all merpbers of  Branch 38,  Old Age  Pensioners  Organization,  and  all  senior  citizens  everywhere . .'.  Lhri&tma6 ana a*l  or nianu  If jew  Ufe  Page 5  MMMMMMM*  " fVlerru  the bedt ft  }ear&  mmmmmmm*mmmmmmmm  The MacLarens  Eve & Lorne (Pres.) Br. 38 O.A.P.O.  WIAlifinMtmMfMlllflflfWMMWM  GIVE A UVING GIFT  Tropical Fish  Canaries      -....   Budgies  Hamsters  Christmas Treats for Your Pet  Holly - Mistletoe  Christmas Trees  SECHELT GARDEN SHOP  885-97); j  MIMMMIfMMMIfinnflMnfftfMlf^^  IN THE MEDICAL   wing at Children's Hospital, Vancouver, there is/  Jennifer, who is only    three y^ms  Exciting games .��.  old, but joins in the fun of putting  up the decorations.  Sechelt floor hockey  team takes early lead  Johnstone trial date  set Dec. 22 in Sechelt  ALBERT Peter Johnstone,. Sechelt, was  remanded for trial to-Dec. 22.  He is  charged  with  theft  over $200  and obtaining funds by fraud. Johnstone  pleaded not guilty.  Derald Glenn Harris, charged with  being a minor in possession of liquor  was fined $50 by Judge Charles Mittelsteadt.  MerryChrist mas  from the Red & White gang . ��� ���  Dorothy  Jan  Ron  Lov  Vic  Thanks/ For all your help in getting us started.  Bless you all!  MAY   THE  NEW   YEAR   BE   AS  GOOD   TO   YOU  AS THE PAST ONE HAS BEEN TO THE  RED AND WHITE GANG  SECHELT SUPERMARKET  ALL  L T GFGAPtS  ��� ���   30   25   4  1 ���   27   24   2  2 ���   20   28   0  STANDINGS  GPW  Sechelt     2   2  Gibsons     2   1  Gr��ntha..is Ldg. 2 �����  ,,��� ,,,TEtyo��� games highlighted, league play  in the past two weeks with probably the'  most exciting game played between arch  rivals Gibsons and Sechelt.    '  A see-saw battle saw the lead change  at least a dozen times with the Sechelt  team coming back with, two goals in  the final minutes to squeak out a 15-14  *wlnr"Exceptlonal -goalitending-by "both"  Gibsons' John Crosby and Sechelt's Bill  Willgress kept the score out of the 20s as  both teams had some" unbelievable scoring '  opportunities.  Larry Knowles again led the way Jtooj i  tho  Gibsons  shooters  along  with  Rick"  Wray who both scored the' hatrlck, Jim  GTay replied ;wtyh a six-goal night for'  the ^ocholt team, 7 .7.22:,'.J-;...���:"��� -..-..-,��� ,,.-.  ( ' *Wst y/CQk'fa Kftmo s��W the Sechelt,  club Jump Into a 7-1 first period load over  4>1 the ypung,Grantham's Landing team^'but-  Whh�� few new players'with'some weight'  nnd experience, thoy cut tho load down  to 10-8 after two periods. The fading  ^echolt team seemed to .pick up steam  agalrt midway through the final frnmo  whon Herb August" connected for a edit*  , plo of short-changed goals. Thlri seemed  (to,break Granthama,momentum��and i3o-  cholt hung on to win 10-11.  With one game /ojmnining boforo tho  .^ChriRtmafl-broak.Jho.flCQringJendorn.und.  goaliendorn averages aro ns follows!  >ii n . ���     a.  *W*W*MM*"WW*W*MWMWWW*>MM*MWIMMI��MI'>tWlili'l��il#MWI^^  AVERAGES  Scoring     Team  GP G  J. Gray, Sechelt  2  L. Knowles, Gibsons  2  R. Wray, Granth  2  J. Crosby, Gibson ���..,,......,.., 2  Ti' Joe, Secheft il���7..7.....J:... 2  S. Bothwell, Granthams     2  H.7 August, Sechelt ,...���  2  J, Peers, Granthams   2  B. Norris, Granthams   1  ,C. Cralgan, Sechelt 2  GOAL/TENDERS  *iUll^Vft��l i jajli^jflWifw.NwilHai* *iui i-S-  R; Baba, Gibsons   B., Willgress, Sechelt .......;....  P. Watson, Granthams 2  J. Crosby, Gibsons  f  P.ENALTMSS  Joe Howie, Sechelt   8 min.  R��� Smith,  Granthams. ;0 pnln,  M, Musgrove, Granthams .7 0 min.  Meed a GMt  ^sigg^sfion?,  Consult Us���..  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Rita   Hincks;  secretary,   Florence  Harris; treasurer, Mona Smith; publicity,'  Mary  Kinne.      rt  Past president Margaret Gill officiated  aj  the traditional candlelight ceremony, a  Volunteers for the thrift shop are In-  gejr Neilson and Mary Kinne.  Volunteers for the gift shop are Rita  Hincks and Gwyneth Davies. A newcomer to this community and prospective member is Yoko Chance who was  welcomed at the meeting.  . A delicious luncheon was served by  the hostess ably assisted by the members.  Next meeting will be Jan. 10 at the  home of Gladys Booth, Langdale.  For those in prison, Christmas may be  the loneliest day of the year. "Yet the  visits and gifts of Salvationists bring a  measure of cheer and comfort���perhaps  even the courage to start a new way of  ���life, More than 42,000 men and women  in correctional institutions are visited  each year by Salvation Army members.  Sechelt. Legion Branch 140  BINGO  Legion Hall, Sechelt  EVERY WEDNESDAY  *   AT 8 p.m.  JACKPOT $125  TOGO  $10 DOOR PRIZE  Page 6  \  The Peninsula Timet   .Wednesday, December 20, 1972  ���  The News  Books & Stationary  LOOKING FOR A GIFT IDEA?  CONSULT OUR BOOK EXPERT!  From Wow fo Christmas  The World ot Books  is open 'til 9 p.m. \  *  The newest in literature is arriving  every day - a gift that last lifetimes  BOOKS  ���   ���   ���  /Mbwaff - Grey Owl ��� O'Hara - Berton - Adelle  Davis - Kahil Gibran - Yoga - Hobbies and Crafts  Leonard Cohen-The Bible  /DANCING  9:30 to 1:30 a.m.  Pizza Available  Dance to  Saturday, Dec. 16���Cross Country Express  Saturday, Dec. 23���Sparkling Apple  Saturday, Dec. 30���Sparkling Apple  ^     JOIN THE FUN  PENINSULA HOTEL  Highway 101 ��� Covet Charge ��� 886-2472  IT SURE IS A GOOD mandarin orange that Santa Glaus gave Lydia  Joe. Little Lydia, daughter of Audrey Joe of Sechelt, ^t pictured  in the children's ward of St. Mary's  Hospital. Lydia, who turned one year  old yesterday, showed her appreciation of the orange by immediately  peeling it and letting the juice run  all over her:  make thing  easier.  s  ���r   Qtvo him .a Plonoor 1073 and you'll qlvo, him   everything ho could want In a chain ��aw, lio 11 got  lots moro out ol hln lolouro tlmo boaailno Plonoor vylll  ( -A 9  fi *  holp him mako thlnqn oanlor, And ho II la' u you  ���fop'Plonnor'n^EaBy'AroiMartmqrAneW  And automatic oiling, And imioh morn.  Put q Plonoor 1073-.under tlio  Iron and watohhim llcjhl'u'pl  Specially prlcod (or Xninn at  ��i'y 149.95  ���CHAIN SAWS  making wings easier  PIONEER  MADEIRA MARINA  MADEIRA PARK, B.C.      HAROU& CLAY     Tolophono 883-2266  ���...,/,  tS) WTWfcWN^imiM^n^l^HlJIaW^^ imf^^'atm'*^ W^i>',p^.Wt�� ���NiMW'h>|W,W,��ttWai^)��^li'*r(( la*1  Pender Harbor  unit elects  By JEAN S. PATERSON. secretary  CHILLY temperatures and snow was  falling outside but all was warmth und  chatter inside the Legion Hall, Madeira  Park where the Pender Harbor Auxiliary  to St. tMary's Hospital were waiting to  have the annual meeting and luncheon,  Dec, 13.  The tables were simply decorated  with cuttings of cedar, sprigs of holly,  tinsel, flowing candles and smartly folded napkins at each setting,  Mrs. J. Donnelly, president, welcomed  everyone and was happy to see such a  "good turnout, she sedd.  Mrs, R, Course said grace. A lovely  luncheon was served to 51 members, Caterer was Mrs. Helen Robertson.  Following the luncheon,'Mrs. Donnolly  ��presented.MrSi*L,<��Tullywlth-an-auxiliary  spoon ln appreciation for her work, Mrs,  Tully, who recently left this area, was  ��� able to return for the annual meeting, "���"'���  Mrs, Donnolly turned tho meeting ovor  to Mrs. G. Gooldrup  to carry out tho  elections,.  Elected by acclamation wore: Mrs. P,  Olson, president; Mrs, J. Porteous, first ,  vice president', Mr. E, Dlotz, second vice    V  president;  Mrs.  J,  Peterson,1 secretary;  Mrs, 4. Logan, treasurer; Mrs, H, WhMn  taker, publicity, %  <L^8*mcmber-'Mw.'*lplsa'��i-NRrden^)in-k' ' *  stalled the officers and followed' with tho  auxiliary prayer, ,.,..,.,.  1   Mrs. Donnelly  handed tho gavel  'o  Mrs. Olson and wished her much suu-ess  ,   In her term pf1 off Ico,  In return. Mrs, , Olson mode no promises for miracles but would certainly-'   try to havo a happy and,prosperous term,   .  Sho then named hor commlttoo chairman.  Mrs. Nardon said while she was visit-*  Sharpo, r^hnrto ��Sfl llfo mpmlw of  Pondor Harbor Auxiliary, Mrs, Shnrpa  wns pleased to hoar of tho projjroHs of  the auxiliary, said Mre, Nardon.  Next mooting of tho, auxlllnry  will  bo Jan. 10 nt 1:30 p,m,  Thq Salvation Army trios to make  sure .that caoh youngster finds some-  thing nice. in. hln stocking on.Chrlntmna  morning. Sometimes It oven provides tho  stocking.  WILDERNESS CONCEPTS    .  Different people have widely varying  concepts of what is meant by wilderness.  To some it implies a region where there  are no roads, no aircraft access and no  buildings or activity of any kind: to  others it represents areas where people  can camp and picnic with relative ease  free from the trappings and crowds of  metropolitan regions.  OMIfllMflllflllllfMllilfllinilMNIIMIIIMMMIIIIIf^^  B.C.IS A  BEAUTIFUL PLACE  DON'T MESS IT UP  .''W'a'IMtMWWIWMWHJWIIWWWtywwwtMWtt^^  WHISPERING PINES  yf\      ententes  Lji*eetlng&^lo  thanM  'eeiinad^EQ^on'e^ati  manif  main.& fop uoui*  -^���^aurmqr-the^iadt  STEVE and GRACE  '���   'a     ���'    a ,' ll     '" ,  We will be CLOSED Dec. 24 -Jan. 3  l*vmtntvm*twM*4tr*vmt*i0*'f>tyrt*i**>f^^  "Tradition I The tree's trimmed, the stockings stuffed,  time flavour, Some! traditions are too good! to change,  UKe Old Style BeeK Cheers I  .'"''.,.    /  Old jSiMte SLOW-BREWED AND NATURALLY AQED,  . (,...  ii  "TT  ��ws^a.i����im*Wff'��Mw^  ���SfflW|SttW*��%#^^  *me0*mmim#mi>!/Mmmim��*  ��*iwnw*t�� I  \  \,-\  ,f\  NOTICE  Pender Harbour - Egmont Area  Fpr Insurance pf all, kinds  Phone your Resident Agent  JOHN BREEN LTD.  883-2794 (24 hours)  Gold & Silver  Charm Bracelet*  Silverware  Hand-cur Crystal  Shaven and  Hot Combi  Stones and  Fine Gift,  a Specialty  0   100% WATERPROOF  WATCHES BY ROLEX  ��  EN I CAR WATCHES  WELCH'S CHOCOLATES  SECHELT JEWELLERS  Sechelt, B.C. 885-2421  -3&t/<? on J*reatiria  Codh '���- -  Ul&e , . .  FUEL OIL  Pender Harbour  CHEVRON  Cancer facts  CHEMICALS have a double role in cancer research.  This is because chemicals can not only  cure cancer but can^cause iC  ,   And  it  follows  that   the   accidental  causing~x>L_caneer_ (carcinogenesis) in our  \  The Peninsula Timet Page 7  Wednesday, December 20, 1972  environment   must  be   sougut   out  and  eliminated.        _ 7  It also means that chemicals can be  used  to create cancer in experimental    ^  situations so that the process of cancer      *'  can   be  studied  and  ways  to  interfere  with this process can be developed.  A  Deliveries to any  point on the  Northern  Peninsula  Frank Roosen  PHONE 883-2392  "* '���*-..  K" "  '���&���:  Happenings around Elphie  STUDENT ACTIVITIES  D. J. Magrega, a counsellor from UBC  visited Elphinstone Wednesday mor-  ,.5.agv.During.secpnd._.period_he..spoke..,to.-.  an assembly of seni&r students in the  library about faculties of UBC, the employment picture for graduates, and subject requirements in high school for the  various faculties. Mr. Magrega stressed  the importance of good study habits and  explained the housing available at the  several campus residences. The services  of the counselling office at UBC were  outlined arid pamphlets were left to  which students may refer.  During the second hour of his stay  students had-the opportunity for individual interviews.  So far the Red Cross has received  675% Nabob coupons towards their 3,410  total for a badly needed coffee urn. A  previous Red Cross group carried out a  .MIIMIIIIIIUWIfMMIIIIIMM  PENDER HARBOUR  New Year's Dance  Madeira Park Community Hall  u  Music by  ��  ourd  Doors Open 8:30 Dancing 9 to ?  ' a  - Refreshments 7A vail able ->   Ticets $4.00 per person, $7.00 per couple  ���.��.,���,,.,*�������������...^.^ yailablo1 at^door-MPr^ats-'^*M��M*'��  . Madeira Park Store -��� Ponder Harbour Hotel  Lloyd's General Store  ttiB9. SS"? *(Hi-iJ*4j'HWt*hi�� t i*��*'-(,��t  ft  All over 19 are welcome  ���by Joan Blomgren  similar project and obtained an urn, but  this was borrowed by someone and never  returned. So if you have a couple of coupons laying around-why not send them  to the school.  Thursday noon the senior cheerleaders  sponsored a Christmas bake sale in the  foyer. Proceeds from the sale will go  towards travelling expenses.  SPQRTS   Gail Blomgren was awarded an all-  star last weekend as Elphie's senior girls  travelled to Lynn Valley to take part  in Argyle's senior girls basketball tournament. The Cougars first game was on  Friday night against Argyle Pipers. Argyle had a definite., height advantage  over Elphie and controlled the game as  well as the boards. Gail Blomgren scored  12 points and captain Linda Day four  as the Cougar squad went down to defeat.  Elphinstone girls were {o meet David  Thompson Saturday evening for the con-,  solation honors round. Since David Thompson had lost to Burnaby South the previous night, and, had] no* chance of winning the entire tourney, they didn't bother showing up for the game. This unsportsmanlike   action   gave    Elphie   the-  game by default. However, the Cougars  did  play   a  friendly  game  agaihst  a  pick-up team composed of the present  David  Thompson   players  ancl  a  few  spectators.  Six    of   the  Cougars    eigKt  players scored during this game making  it a much better team ejEjEbrt.  High scorer for theffweekend was Gail  Blomgren with 20 points.   The junior���boys basketball team and  junior cheerleaders travelled to Powell  River on Saturday, Although the boys  first game, was lost, to Barsby,from Nanaimo by 10 points' they came back and  defeated the hometown squad, Brooks,  68-28. Frank Halves and Craig., ]NorriJ  were high scorers in bbtli games,  This weekend the senior boys and  senior cheerleaders travelled to Victoria  to participate In, �� 'tourney hosted by  Edward Mllrie. Duncai^ and Oak Bay aro  *"tho*'tw^btKer'visiting"school^ Reasults"of*  tho tourney will be In next week's issue.  Pender Harbor will visit Elphinstone  Wednesday, as games between all four  teams are scheduled. The public ls quite  welcome to come out and support Elphie's  junior and senior girls, and junior and  senior boys basketball teams. Games ajart  ���after school and, continue all evening,  ''v*'-.'.''77A7,,a  '^1  'J/  ,���,���; -yrr.v-i ���  _  IT'S NEVER  T001ATE1  .     ,       (j) i.ll.a,     !���,,|l|���i.W ja|,f .1  !'   '  FOREMOST DAIRY truck and truck  driven by Scott Pollock of Sechelt  Dfec. 13 resulted in charges laid  against Pollock. ROMP said that Pol-  lopk was attempting a left-hand turn  inya 1951 �� ton flat deck truck when  the collision occurred. Police said  charges are pending, against Pollock.  No Times  Dec 27  PENINSULA'^imes will not  publish a  .  newspaper on Dec. 27.  However, in order to meet deadlines  for the Jan. 3. edition, advertisers and  persons wishing news releases in that  issue are urged to bring them to" the office or contact a representative of the  newspaper by Thursday, Dec. 28. Because of the New Year's holiday Mbn-  day, Jan. 1, deadlines must be strictly  adhered to and- the earlier copy is in this  office, thevbetter.  Further, althpughnhe Peninsula Times ���  wilf��&^tfteaqskri:73; it will* not be "dis"  tr,ibuted until Jan.  4.  The Sechelt book store will be open  Thursday, Friday and Saturday to 9 p.m.  in keeping with most of the businesses  in Sechelt. The store will be closed  Wednesday, Dec. 27 and Tuesday, Jan, 2.  tfhe Gibsons office of the Peninsula  Times, will observe normal business hours  but will close Saturday, Dec. 23 and  Wednesday, Dec. 27.  Head-on crash coming?  Slow down, head right  SUDDENLY7ydur ": blood" chills! Another'"  car is speeding toward you in your  lane���a head-on crash looms,  ��� l^'he drunk,-i>sleep,�� ill, Inattentive  ���no matter, You'll need to keep all  your wits about you to avoid the worst  of all highway accidents.  Brake Tjiard-^-overy mile you take oft  �����y our wspeedt* reduces*! the ��impact���force, <  Head for the right shoulder and give him  the entiro remd. lit thoro Is time, lean on  the horn and flash1 your'lights.      '���  It he continues toward you, take tho  ditch or ��ny open ground to the right,  free of qoJld obstructions, Rornembor that  any blternatlve^ even a roll-over, gives  you a better chance than n head-on col-  ll8l0n,7Vaa'..7.<:''   '7     i ��� ��� ���   '        , .       .,.'���   .    . a ,',     , .'I    .  ' Whatever' you do,, don't try to outguess him and swervo to tho loft around  him. Ho may recover at the last Instant  i and*, Intlnctlvoly, veer back, Into his: own  Innc���to hit you head-on.  SUNSHINE COAST CREDIT UNION  X SECHELT, B.C.  HOLIDAY SCHEDULES  Christmas ��� New Year's 1972 ��� 1973  Friday, December 22   10 a.m.  to 4 p.m.  Saturday, December 23   10 a.m. to 12 noon  Sunday, December 24      Closed  Monday, December 25   Closed  -I? . ���*  Tuesday, December 26.    Closed  Wednesday, Thursday, Friday  December 27 -28-29  Normal Hours: 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.  Saturday, December 30    Closed  Sunday, December 31  Closed  Monday, January 1       Closed  Tuesday. January 2          Resume Normal Hours  Tuesday to Saturday 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.  The officers and statt ot Sunshine Coast Credit  Union extend to all their best wishes for, a Merry  Christmas and a Happy New Year.  SUNSHINE COAST CREDIT UNION  V  SECHELT, B.C.  '"���__\  '.'._!��: 61 -ft���H')'*A1!  ALL Christmas Cards, Wrapping Papers,  Ribbons find .many other Items will  ho reduced 20% from Dec, 27th id Dec,  30tH,iiMlss/JBcey (Socholt.  '   v+H .   M   "W \t It"  f   tflnff^w 4 * Urt^ ,��,lf|MM'   if'- .    ��  ur  ]^w____W vB_____.tm  Dec. 21, 22, 23 THURS; FRIDAY. SAT.  Until 9:00 P.M.  , v   >.  ,   Lots of Chtistmas presents ^d Ideas hit. Lots of ON THE SPOT SPfC/Atf  SHOP QFTMl  III. H.l (",'  ,     i.      ,.      <"  Have a Meiry Christmas and a Fantastic 73  (MMIHHIIMIMIfMW^MtaiWMWWMmn^^  your QlJLE^l^^ ozAim  wei4r,  i *     i     . ..  ^TRAIH BAY CENTRE, SECHELT       PHOME 885-2336  artefy  I a  ���Lumjmii)A''iminmiimiiiiiiinnnmnnninnnifin-nanrnnnnrrl-ir-'*"'---'*',*,l'i,i*"  tmmm^Mt��mtmmm9.m^��mtm^t��tt  ___.  ���&fmm<ii4mmmwmmm*^^  DEPOSIT - CHEQUING ACCOUNT  EARNS  INTEREST at 5 Vi % per annum paid Quarterly  ftw.ittmt'it'M'^j^ViV^^ '>-',^#^a4w^aiV^Ail^i*��y-a"��*ii>��aWai-    ^' ��� 1 <* . )c11j S* %. ^ Aftl*.! j Mil i.  iWaSrf ���' m W11 ^*7 >*'-^> j^ ��� -^"ftfj, iY,i(y.^l��^^i;:r*(��(V4ii��Wi.*Wi*itl_i.,H(_.i(ft1  on Minimum Quarterly Balance of $200 or more,  FULL CHEQUEING PRIV^  per cheque. This is the only Servicp Charge.  NO CHARGE for Peposits pr Cash Withdrawals,  QNE ACCOUNT serves ALL your personal chequeing,  current savings and short term investment needs,  1 �� ;      .     ' f ' 'ii.it > i   . ' .     *    '  PERSONALIZED CHEQUES can be supplied.  AVAILABLE to any residehf of the Sunshine Coast  Also Available;  SHARES, Basic Membership Requirement. Minimum $5.  No Maximujn Limit. Life Insurance on loans with  some age, health and amount limitations.  TERM DEPOSITS. One year, three year and five year.  Interest rates from 6%to8%  I ., 1,1 >        , 1 |  MONEY ORDERS, Canadian or US,  COLLECTIONS of Agreements for Sale,  LOANS ��� PERSONAL & REAL ESTATE  i  PONT WAIT - CAU NOW  p,0, Bok 37S  "" Sechelt '7'*'*'  Phone  88B$BB1  i �� A l>   ,    . .  ,>>W>��!*aM*|?<��f<a#^^ ���\  \  H  bb7^��ww*w  \  V    7  V^v  \  A  \  . ���x���  i7f  I  J'  \  \  Pender Hi-lites  Page 8  The Peninsula Times     Wednesday, December 20, 1972  ��� by Cecile Girard  Donors help light up .  CARE Christmas tree  is  GEORGE PEARSON, 85, looks over  a likely prospect for this year's  CARE Christmas tree while Mrs.  Pearson holds the framed citation  which CARE of Canada made to the  couple for their exceptional efforts  in raising nearly $10,000 for CARE  over the past 12 years. <  GEORGE Pearson CARE Christmas tr^ee  will shine again this year.  The CARE tree has become the symbol of Christmas in the B.C. Coast Gulf  Islands since George Pearson first erected it at his retirement home on the tip  of Pender Island 12 years.; ago. And to  hundreds of people throughout B.C. and  further it has become the symbol of the  love and sharing that is Christmas,  George Pearson CARE Christmas tree  started in 1900 when Mr. and Mrs. Pearson decided to send the money they  would normally .spend on .Christmas  cards to CARS, the international relief  agency. The money would be used \.i}  CARE's world, w,i d e feeding program  which serves dally meals to 24 million  children in 30 countries. A number of  their friends and relatives decided to  join the Pearsons ln their new Idea. A  total of $102.50 was sent to CARE'that  '^ybnr=:^'riou'gH",,t6,*'buy'**2,244*,pounds'*>of'"  nutritious food. To mark tho contributions of his friends and relatives Pearson, then a mere 73 yoartf of ago, erected  a small outdoor Christmas tree and attached ono colored light for each person  who had donated to CARE,  Each yoar since thon word of tho  CARE Christmas trep has spread, the  .sko of thp tree and tho number of lights .  have grown, Lasl ybiw 341 lights glistened to mark donors who had contributed  a total of $2,420���enough to proviso a  ,   meal, f6)71voll7ov(ir7200,000 ;.%Udron7lnjT7  tho CARE prograrf..  Pearson, now'BB;* and Mrs. Pparson (a  youngster ln hor 70s) havo boon busy for  moro than a month .sending letters,to ,'  nil last year's donors; receiving ond tabulating this year's contributions. Issuing  receipts and writing personal thank you  lottors to' each dphorl somo of  whom '  live as far away as Winnipeg, Chicago  and Los Angeles, Tho ihoro keopH thoin  fboth*busylongiioura*overydnyfrom*chrs~"  ly November untU aftor Christmas.  ���But1 on'Doc, 10.George pulled himself  aw��y from his woll-worn typewriter and ,  the accounting books. That's the day he  hung the lights on the tree and for the  13th consecutive year the George Pearson CARE Christmas tree will come to  life.  Any person who would like to have  one bulb shine for them can send a  contribution (any size) for CARE to  George Pearson, Pender Island, B.C.  Bloke C. Alderson D.C.  CHIROPRACTOR  Pott Office Building Sechelt'  Phone 885-2333  Wednesdays and Saturdays  10 a.n\. to 5:15 p.m.  \  ON DEC. 9, all four basketball teams  travelled to Pemberton toplay, a series  of games. We left Makdei^a at 7:30 a.m.  Some students\carried blankets and ��� Allows hoping to get seme sleep on a long  bus ride. .  We caught the 9 ^o'clock ferry from  Langdale and arrived at N Pemberton  around 12:30. The roads were clear all  the way and we were surprised to see  Pemberton with no more" snow than  here. On arrival ifcfe^were served a hot  lunch of soup and cracker^ before starting the games.  The first game was grade eight girls.  The^irls, as expected, were a bit nervous,  but managed to hold their own and stay  ahead of Pemberton until half time.  Our girls got rather excited., and only one  girl scored during the last half, Pember- '  ton defeating Pender 28-16.  - The junior boys game got under way  about 2:30. This turned out to be a very  one-sided * game with Pender trouncing  Pemberton 57-15. Our ^^vs got off to a  racing start scoring st oints in the  first half minute. Doug ^arsloux, with  strong suffcort from his team mateis, sc6r-  ed 25 of the total 57 points.  The last game before supper was  junior girls, starting at 4 o'clock. Although our girls tried hard they were  defeated 38-13. Suzanne Girard must be  commended for playing a good defensive  game and Sundy Bilcik for scoring seven  of the  13 points.  We then enjoyed a hot supper of chili,  buns' and juice with cake, cookies and  Jello for dessert.  Senior girls game started about an  hour after supper. The girls were surprised to win this game as they were  missing two valuable players, one being  in hosiptai with a dislocated elbow and  wrist. The girls came forward with a  good team effort and with help from  some juniors defeated Pemberton 41-28.  The last game of the evening was  senior boys. 'The boys put up a good  fight but were defeated by a stronger  team with a score of 34-48 after missing many easy scoring chances.  After billeting for the night we left  Pemberton at 11 o'clock Sunday morning.  On the way home we stopped at Whistler  Mountain for a ride on the ski lift. Altogether this ride takes about an hour  and a half. The first half c_ the ride  is on a closed gondola, the last, half is  an open (and cold!) chair lift. At the top  of the mountain we got warmed up at  the lodge, only to freeze coming down  again.  The view from the ride is beautiful  and well worth getting a little chilled.  One of the junior girls dropped her purse  off tho chairlift and was lucky enough  mighty mites  Classified AdBriefs reach more than  2,500 homes every week.  Use   them   for   steady,   low-cost  advertising to talk to 10,000 people!  THE TIMES  885-9654 (Sechelt)       886-2121 (Gibioni)  \  to have it retrieved by the friendly ski  patrol.   ���> \ ���  We caught the 4:55 ferry from Horse- .  shoe ��� Bay. While on board one of those  steel posts attacked pne of our senior  girls (C.G.) leaving her with a sore nose.  We arrived back in Madeira just after  seven.  Our senior girls have been forced to  withdraw from a basketball tournament  in Courtenay next month because players' injuries and sickness have reduced  our limited squad below effective  strength.  On Wednesday, Dec. l��, there was a  meeting of students, teachers, parents and  school board members at. Elphie. The  purpose of this meeting was to discuss  educational topics. Attending from our  school were students Deb Bathgate, Lynn  Bae, Janet Kelly, Jim Cox, James Northrup and teacher Mr.. Tiernan.  .  Thursday, Dec. 21, won't see much  work dOne at PHSS. An indoor track  meet is planned for the morning for all  students. In the afternoon a musical  Christmas concert is planned.  Our principal, Mr. Thompson, will be  leaving for England on Friday Dec. 22,  to spend the holiday season with his  wife and family. He takes to them our  best wishes for a Merry Christmas and  a Happy New Year.  Merry Christmas everyone, hope to  see you again in the New Year.  MISS BEE'S  CARD & GIFT SHOP  Wharf Road . Seehelt - 885-9066  P.O. BOX 213  Hallmark-Couth cards and wrapping*.  Fine English chii^a cups and saucers.  Boutique items, local artists paintings.  OfWMWlftmiMMtfMMMWmi  i+mammmmmms-umamm  TOTEM CLUB  BINGO  FRIDAYS, 8:00 p.m.  INDIAN HAU,  Jackpot $300  $75 TO GO  * DOOR PRIZE *  'mmmmmm***tmm*0mmmmmmiiiiimiiu��wmmimmmm_w_mmm_m.\  WHITE  Cowrie Street  SECHELT  885-9416  Prices effective:  Thurs., Fri., Sat.  from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m.  CANADA  DRY  SPORT COLA  SPRITE  GINGER ALE  QTS.  HAMS  Whole or Shank Half  <9imiv^mtmK________M_____KKKmmmmmmm_mm...i _..��._.._.--.---._._.-...���_._._._._.���_.--���-- ,���i^-rnnnainnnn-_rin>MM��mtinnnnniOTnnnniiimiiniaiJMiminnniuir  5Sffl_U_!a[j��  last Minute Christinas Specials  189 GAME BOARP, reg. 9.95   7.95  COMICAL PLAQUES, reg.  89c  r:r: ;-���������-_59c  ..I-  MINI DRYER  Reg. $8.95. Now   Reg. 99c. Now   6.95  POCKET KNIVES  Reg. $1,29. Now.:  HAPPY FACE BUTTONS  Reg., 3$c to, 59c. Now Wow  ��������"��� Mm.mP i  TIE YARN  j ���___.  2 yards for Price of   1 yard  45's, reg, 5 for  LOO  _,   )0 for 1.00  to  9$c  79  C  lb  Fresh  Cranberries  1-lb. Poly Bag  39'  RedI or Golden  Delicious  APPLES  61*1.00  ri*-l(Sa*in*mf*i��?iiirjfiS_. * ��r  TOP LABEL LP's (Sell elsewhere for up  lo 7.00)   _,   2.50  ZODIAC CHARMS (Silver)  Rog. $2.95 ���....,������.:... .......  1.95  XI  NOTICE  ponder Harbour - Egmont Areo  For Insurance of all kinds  �����Wl^SMii|��J����W <��*<��� ���  faliKSiaSnki V^r"l. il"naiafp��'waiifW"a[Urt.��i,~>' i'n-*a  Phono your .Resident Agent  JOHN BREEN LTD.  803-2794 (24 houn)  CROCHET BEAD KITS V% PRICE I  77 ""," '"7 ', " " ,,        ." ,        7 ,. . ���    ���7   ���  STUDIO CARDOMATIC KNITTING MACHINE  V3. $329. now $175  BJ-ACk LIGHTS  Plug In anywhere  2.98  It is no Joke! Anything on tho Joko Ra?k V% Price.  Handmcic/e Christmas Corsages  Lofsof HandmadrharMeSZll Clothes JSc^h^T^  Good Selection of Lovely Leather Purses, only  - r 7.95  Many Handcrafted Items -Shawls, Hats, Belts, Dresses,  Sweaters, Paintings, Ponchos, Puppets, Inkle Looms,  Macrams, Candles, Wood Pots '  ,i|-ei^tj<!ta��iM^toiff^Miaii..t^^ .^t|'*^*W*M'hwMa,M��ami^aM  t*   |W'*'^.^'*tl^W��Mfl>a|^*^<*K*^^  885*9305  f*'*''mm4"���4*4mv9rwvmim*r��m��miimtm*iviM99i^^  !  '.   FOR YOUR DINING AND DANCING PLEASURE  **���SiOTURDAYrDECE^  TOM POWEM/S TftlO  1^T^ml^m*���mm*mn*���*n4449m*444il*4lmm4444m49^^  GARLIC  RINGS  ' Olympic ���..���...��� , ,   '*iM.' IW$   WWjj '��� nm'nw.^n^*n\.*nn***&fif**��nm*mnmv,mmnnnnmrmmmmnmm*m  PEANUT BUTTER  48, ov   ' I....,..,,....,.���...  Johnsons  Squirrel  LARD North Star  lib. Print ��,   for  89* ib.  1.79  1.29  1.00  I im^^^*4^^^^^^0^^t^'t'^  PINING LOUNGE 11 am. to 8 p.m.  ourifot  eUtern  UdLC  Don't Forget "'qn  the Ev*" of '��� the New  Year  ELPHINSTONE AERO CLUB DANCE  CABARET SATURDAY  9TJWL T6 1:30 AM;  enot&ula  ia  in\hft  Sunahlno Conot  Hwy, n Socholt  ounae  fmm*mmnm*t,mn9.m<mv\m*mn  ��)������)��� 4tlM^II>|IM(l4ni)l��N Ml  Rod Rose  BLEACH   IfronchyMald  i   IaV  (OJI��' '^.rtltn���.��p#(l���^���pr'���^���l*l"�����������'���"�����',l  INSTANT COFFEE  ' io 'o*....: ,   JELLY   POWDERS All Flavors  3w����       '...(��." ' ' ' ' ���   h  Wt. '  CRANBERRY SAUCE m ...  1 Ocean "Spray' .::.���..'. ���.���,.;..���...;��,.�� *..,   PAPER   Tf>WELS     Facelle, Royale  Jumbo Roll L ���..��.�� --  WfcV>IHI|mWrt.MilfMla*HP) I  69c  ..7..; J.79  8 o 1.00  ,:49^.  POTAfO' CHIPS   ou p��ch /jrc  4����99c  5f.r-89*  14 ox.  PINEAPPLE Notob  Sliced, Crushed or Tidbits  TTOMAT07JUICE-fc-wbi>y'i  19 ox.  Wo reserve fhe right to limit, quantities ���  m&iimmmmm  .ap*.  'i   '\>r  rt,-~  fi!  r  i',�����.*���.>-.  Ia7.  I  )  ��i  11,  -:  4  i  mtmmimi^f.  1 'l  ii PREMIER PERFORMANCE of the  Sechelt school band was last Friday  at the school's annual Christmas program. The band, composed of mem  bers of grades 4, S, 6, 7 performed new instruments, and, in fact, some  under the direction of Weldon Epp. had arrived only three weeks ago,  Not only was the band making its said Epp.  debut, it was using, in most cases,  MRS. LANG'S CLASS at Sechelt Elementary School recited "The Night  Before Christmas" at the annual  Christmas program held last Friday.  Featured performer was Guy Paetkau on the accordion who accompanied the group singing Jingle Bells.  +j7~iowerd bu  v\Ji  In Time for Christmas  U-DRIVE  SUNSHINE RENTALS  885-2848  or 885-2151 eves.  Christmas  FLOWERS  ^rnn-cJLi  nn  FLOWERS and GIFTS  Sechelt ��� 885-9455  n^^va^*_o____m'��^^  SECHELT ELEMENTARY school  choir, under the direction of Miss  Eriwata, sahg at Friday's Christmas  program.  The Peninsula Times Page 9  Wednesday, December 20, 1972  Taketime  >>.&_ . W*#rtHMll iM. I.  on highway  IT, IS hoped 1073 will be n year when  moro motorlata will practice safe driving rules to holp reduce accidents and  deaths, Those thoughts have been expressed so often but bear repenting at  U)i�� joyous but hectic Unfile of ,'yenr. 7 '  "     Although the holiday ����co' ls���hcctlc,  don't rush���tho highway Is no place to  make up lost tlmo, Start out a few minutes ycnrllcr, ;,,.," 7   " , "  '���    Another  olWopontod  message  Is','to  * uro common sense about holiday .drlnk-r  Mi>K. U you drink���don't drive, At least  IwU tho. drivers ltlllcd in highway crashes ���  havo boon drinking,' When a person com-'  bines drinking,and driving,tho,alcohol  lulvorsoly nfjtccts tho driver's vision, co-  oi'dlnntKin; jroflotos; apd~mostv important���  ���attitudes,  Alcohol ptoses quickly Into the blood-  ��w^slroflm*whero*|t*ls*cnt'rlcd*to^ll',��'part8ww  oil the body-rlnoluding the ^raln, As ��  purson continues to drink,-the concentration of alcohol boglns to build up In.the  bloodstream; and tho brain becomes in-  crouslngly affected, Alcohol remain in the >  nltotom until U' is ollnilnato slowly by  the llvor, This breakdown proceeds ut  �� tls��jd rato, Tho avorago Individual will  eliminate about Wa'ounces of nlcohol nn  I*"*hour and"thoro*Is;no*way'to speed up ���  the process, , .,  Drinking qoffao wnko'you'up but H-  ;. will Iiuvq no. offoct on, the. wood with  which your body ollmfo$o>" the alcohol,-  Fund may, toiidatdslow theJ,at�� ��t.which  jucoliol Is flbsorbod into tho bloodstream  but food doesn't keep nlcohol from>ronch.  , l��H tho brain, Jt,only, delays it,,Allow  Jour brain to stay .fully awwko before  driving.  NOTICE OF BY-ELECTION  Public notice is hereby given to the electors o| the Rural "B"  of School District No. ,46 (Sechelt) thgt I, require, the presence of the  sold electors at the School Board Office, Gibsons, Wednesday, the 3rd  day of January, 1973, at the hour of ten o'clock in the forenoon for  the purpose of the electing one person to represent them as .School  -Trustee<"for-a��� term*expirlng*December*31 st,-4973.*Nomlnations will.  close ot twelve o'clock noon on January 3rd. ���  The mode of nomination of candidates shall be as follows:  Candidates shall be nominated In writing by two duly qualified  electors of Rural Area "B" of this School District. The nomination paper  shall be delivered, to the Returning Officer at anytime between the  date of this notice and noon of the day of nomination^ The nomination  paper may be In the form prescribed In the Public Schools Act and shall  state,the,name,.residence;jand1,pccypq.tlpn��ofJJ3P^pe.dsop,,yppr)!.nated in  such7d mdriner as to stiffIdlently identify; such candidate! The'nomination paper shall be subscribed to by the candidate; i>      >  In the event of a poll being ncceiiary, ��uch poll will be opened at;  COLLIN'S HALL, BOWEN ISLAND   GAMBIER ISLAND VITTpRAN'* HALL  ������   ���  UANGDALE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL  * ROBERTS CREEK ELEMENTARY SCHOOL  DAYIS BAY ELEMENTARY SCHOOL   .  n , ' , ,  on the }3th day of January, 1973, between the hours of 0;00 a.m. and  B p.m. of which every potson Is hereby required to take notice and  govern himself accordingly.  Given under my l)and at ifibsqns, B.C., this 18th day of December; 1972,' ���������"��� ���''."   - '       ,        '  -       ',   ,rv"  \ . ^ ���   i, ,_  J. S. METZLER, for tho Returning Officer  School District No, 46 (Sechelt)  Pox 220, GJbioni, P.C.  'A0ff-)^M7f,^.y'  >?VS:<7 ,'**.' f, ."fl|  t( .J'V/ij' <:  at  'il I      I I 11>afa .||'liil'iii,   I  h   I,  ii,,i'yi^>2*7fVi. ,.    . ���  ,,'.'   I  '    '     ������'   I   ill   \i    I   'I'i'    llVl.1'      ll  ���H**>*s����..a.�� > <��� w H   ,,'   [iW.V    i.   it.    '< �� Ii   Ibwi^MrMWaWl1 '      '"  ��a . i Inly I } '' .a '  ���-nriRTmra.f   ,. ^Q^&operator!immediately. Jo, [ W  \0iii,ii,1,::iii; protectV^urlhorn'o and family: ko'ep;"��  * 9 I. -*l  J jfVv4   ������        'I '   tl     .  .1   a  I'd  (���JaWhf  MlnlMMi  mm  i��,   al, V ' it       ...   I.  a'llstof'em'erflencyintfrpbers.liandy;,,���,,.  iiiiiiiiiitifS^^    m I'M iwmi m ^iwm^M^MM_  _���  71" I i.  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Til'' i   '  m  'al U  c:  ^lw4wa>t.<lj������AiiAWlih^<alV/l't(>*WMM  ^a��Wa��a;<<77ia?^^W  Frb^the Exetuthe of tha 1^  g Hit W% \\__***ll**TF_f%l__ I IT**** 9mtt^"mmi Hi 4lM WbI Pt^ lS 'W-w^lJ W-"tww>a(ww |J l%r 1 W-awp^JWl <MM \W W^Rm Wm^^^ ^K^^^-mm!^ " W^^w��W^ n^W,^i -B ^ina��w*w W'i��^K^0*mm>*MMj^4m^ 58 "A ^!!W^JW %mm W^^^f^>^?^9mmJ^mSJ!LR!Lkl .^^wwa^f^BJ^^^^ ��t*w����wwHwwm^'l^  I sne��*. <����iw.^>��w^ii��ww*^9Mpiwaa^^  I  ��MH*:  coinninitMwJty^iiffciira^  Merty jChrl&tmos to al/��� ohd a sincere hope tM our next year will  jbo as constructive as f(io brio /usf paised for building a >oHor    _ ^        Peninsula Community Ibrough Loglon sponsored activities,  H,   i.(  <f    4   .  mmm&efiiri  Wft  #tm*'��*Mtmmfflfit^  tWWtWWtW^BWWit^^  <ierflimmmt^'>timw^  ��Wftff��MW#*������a'��^^  iaiiiiiimimmm��il^miim  im*mwm.M��ijmm*wmit>4m \  \ \  7\  \  "^  ~\  \      \  7  Y  Page 10 The Peninsula Times  .Wednesday, December 20, 1972  From the pulpit  ���by Pasfor Gerry Foster,  Gibsons Pentecostal Church  MERRY Christmas! I join my voice with  many others in wishing yo'u and your  family a Merry Christmas.  Merry suggests mirth, joy, cheer and  gladness. But what causes your merriment? A good party, a delicious dinner,  the fun and frolic of the season's festivities. If these things are the only source  of your having a merry Christmas then,  my friend, I feel sorry for you, because  these things create only a'hollow and  transient joy. And- proof of this lies in  fact that people are lonelier at Christmas  than at any other time of the year. It  seems that laughter is used to cover up  a sad, discouraged, depressed heart.  On the other hand there is a source  of Christmas joy which is genuine, full  and lasting. I refer to the true meaning  of Christmas���the observance of the birthday of Jesus Christ, the day when God  was clothed iri human flesh that He  might redeem you and I. Unless 'you  spend time this Christmas observing and  rejoicing in that event you will miss  Christmas.  I say again, Merry Christmas, but  with the greeting goes the prayer that  you will respond to these words: "The  Saviour is waiting to enter your heart,  why don't you let Him come in."  Driver fined  KENNETH   Strange,   Gibsons,  was  fined  $50  at  provincial   court December 12  wfien   he  admitted   driving  while under  suspension.  5% Interest Credit  on JW3 Current  Tax Payments  Made between January 1  and May 15  Interest, at the rate of 5%  per  annum, will be  credited to any  prepayment   deposit  on   current  (I97l_.) taxes mode between January   1st and May  15th,   1973.  Interest will be. calculated from  the date of paymeht to June 30,  A 973.    Such    diposits7\in    any  amount  up  to  the  total  ofxthe  1972 taxes, will be accepted.  Any further information Required  may be obtained from the Municipal Office, telephone 886-2543  December 13, 1972  DAVID JOHNSTON  MUNICIPAL CLERK  Village of Gibsons  ^^^^^^^^^^^m^^^^^  "Androcles and Lion"  Anavets Corner  play set Dec. 22-23       ���  DRIFTWOOD Players will recognize the  festive   season   with   a   production   of  the  children's play,  "Androcles and the  Lion".  This light-hearted look at the old story  will be presented in the Gibsons Elementary School gymnasium at 7:30 p.m. on  Friday, Dec. 22 and at 2:30 p.m. on Saturday, Dec. 23.  The cast of the play will, as was the  case with "The Red Shoes," be a combin-  vation of adults and high school students.  rt>y Ashby will play.,Androcles; Car-  men"Qehring, Pantalone his miserly master. Partaker will be seen as the Lion  with Georle^Mathews. making his stage  debut as theN^aggering captain. Nest  Lewis and DebbyM^Nevin appear os the  young lovers. The play is directed by  John BUrnside,  It is hoped that the play will be well-  attended and will make a cheerful contribution to the Christmas season, Prices.  for this Christmas production are $l?'!for  adults and 50 cents for children under 12.  VILLAGE OF GIBSONS  RESULT OF  POLL TAKEN SATURDAY, DEC. 9, 1972  I, F. Jean Mainil, having been appointed Returning Officer for the  .aOfiuaL nnun|cipaL,,el^  following to be a true statement of the poll taken at the Municipal  Hall, Gibson*, B.C. on Saturday, December 9,  1972:^���  Two (2) Aldermen ^��� each for a two yoar tcrirfn, 1973 and 1974  ARCHER, Hugh Robert 224  HARRIS, Norman Richard 163  HARVEY, Robert John 173  THOEHNE, Kurt Her|>ort      ,236  BALLOTS COUNTED AS VALId"427  Total Ballot! cast   430  December 9, 1972.  F. JEAN MAINIL  Returning Officer  ^���������������BIIBnBIUBIHDIDIIBIIBIBIIBBDBDDBiUUIBBIBIBBBBlBBaBRBBIKEfiSW  PORT MELLON INDUSTRIES  CREDIT UNION  GIBSONS  WINNER OF THE Christmas grocery hamper raffled Saturday by Gibsons Legion Ladies Auxiliary was *  Mace Rigby, Gibsons. Joan Quarry,  president-elect of the L.A., made the  draw. Looking on are Eileen Spen-  ger, L.A. member, and Legion president Jack Morris. Hamper included  a 23 lb. turkey, 13 lb. ham, oranges,  chocolates, assorted nuts, crab, oysters and a variety of canned goods  and vegetables. Proceeds from the  raffle topped the $500 mark'.    -  Poller currier  gambols in sun  WHILE mOst of us were suffering the icy  cMlls of a typical Canadian winter  last, }^ek,r 13-year-old Brad Quarry of  Veterans Road, Gibsons, w��a tanning  himself in' sunny California.  Brad was one of 30 Vancouver Sun  carrier, boys to win a four-day trip to; r  California for their success in a recent  subscription drive. Two days were spent  Jn Disneyland,  ,.,.,,...,., ,.fl������ ,���.,, ... ..,.���������,.���   "I didn't find out I'd won until last  Sunday," said Brad, who flew down to  Los Angeles Thursday morning.  Ho promoted no less than.48,now sub-  L scriptlona in the space��of ��� two��months.-*��"  t  Now in his second year of delivery,  was some delay ln the start of the meet-    B.i}d said, the Sun organized a similar  lnp v , ���    , , ���,..,,.,...., ' competition last year. "But I only had a  Due to an old war wound I cannot sit    small route, then, pnd didn't have much  of a chance at tho prize."  In addition to,, the trip, Brad has won  a watch, soldering iron, radio, hand mixer  and other prises for gaining- new sub*  scrlbers, ... ,7, ,.,., '7 ..,...,,.,.    ,     '.,  1 Before leaving for tho miy, Brad told  The Times ho wasn't too, excited when  ho learned.aboutJha trlp/J'but._whon I  ronli��od.'.,. S'd   bo ,loavUng.tomorrow',  J,  was moro excited than anything."  Bran attends Elphinsono High School,  Separate Postal Codes, used for rMral  post offices without letter carrier sorvlco,  aro Indicated by" a aero in the first nu-  morlcal position.  ���Gibsoits Army, Navy and  Air Force Unit 357  GREETINGS:  The first-ever election of officers for  Anavets 357 was held on Dec. 13 and I  can say it was unbelievable!  It Is very difficult to run an election when a group has no previous precedents to follow but several rather good ���  suggestions were offered. The suggestion  that everyone vote for himself failed  because there were eight more ballots  than voters. Years ago I attended an election in South Africa where the election  of the president was expedited by the  simple expedient of shooting the other  seven nominees. It was pointed out by  one very astute member that whoever  held' the gun also held a distinct advantage of being elected.  My suggestion of simply opening two  cases of whiskey and whoever was the  last vertical member be elected ��� president was voted[ down because as it was.  a pointed out7hbhe of lis drink.  Due to an unfortunate inability to  sing "God, Save tjie Queen" wjth any  modicum of tone value," time, or worse  still, the right words, the Unit passed  a by-law some months ago that all members should^ stand and, at preslcely eleven o'clock* should say    in loud, clear  ��tones j'God'SavetheQueenl'Asthemeet-1'  ing was called for seven o'clock, there  7 Personal';ioqFsIfirom^J0%^iS^l!l'% .  Savings Deposits earn from 6% to 8%  FULLY    GUARANTEED  (Payroll Saving* P^an Available fro^ f5,00 por day)     '  Buy a savings Deposit for Christmas  ��� '  ���^���������^������������'^������������������'������'^'���^  HOURS OF BUSINESS OVER HOLIDAYS  OPEN Saturday, December 23rd, 10:30 a.m. to 12t30 p.m.  ,    CLOSED December 24th to 27th Inclusive  OpEN Thursday, December 38th, Normal Houn 10|3Q to S;30  CLOSED January lit and^4-1 ^--^-^---^^^^  May We TdB This Opportunity fo WhH  All Our Momhers and Their Fa m'J/os a Vory  HappyXhrlstmasmand��aMghLand.pFO$perous  New Year*  OFFICER'AND MANAGEMENT OF YOUR  >      CREDIT UNION        >  on a chair or seat with sides nnd so I  was asked to go In another room where  a moro comfortable spot was found for  me, Unfortunately, due to tho continual  running of faulty plumbing,. I, vyns dolled  tho right to Join' in the hailing of our  sovereign because I missed the starting  signal. \        a  ,,    I mysoU llovo .solemn and .pompous.'  meetings  or  conventions!   Most  of   tho  drama was lost by Art Rowoll losing  control of his motorcycle ns usual and  driving It directly Into tho mooting,'   ,  Because of his anguished screams that  "X've gone bllndl" Ron Irvlno noticed Immediately that Art Howell's crash hoimot  wfcs ox\ backward, but thinking Art had  twisted his neck, ho Immediately pro-  ceeded to ti^rn Art's head around to tho  "���frontrThe-grlevance*pommltteo"hnfi*twlce**  received complaints from Mr, Row.oH'  about tho theft of his motorcycle handlebars but as It has been pointed out to  him;1 when mounting A motbrtyclo, the  fronJk of one's body should -JiBce the front  of tho mdtorcyclo, All worked out1 woll  though, because as tho hall was rather  chilly, wo simply kept tho motoroyolo  revved up enough to provide sufficient  heat for'tho'jmcctlngr- ���~" *;���":"'  Thoro in ono mombor of our olub'.  who cannot pay hor duos In cash hut  has offered to jjlvoall her love and devotion to anyone who will tnko her Into  tholr Ijonrts, Sho Is t\ year old, �� house  doa, long-hnlrod dachsund, and hor n��mo ,  is "Mo Tool". If'there Is nnyono who  would l|ko to, glvo this Httlo, chnrmor  n good homo, ploano phono 0-70DH, or Q-  2004, ��� , ���  ToftU lho pooplo I lovo, to oil tffip  pooplo who lovp mo and' to all tho pop.  pie whohOiVft.nOaUae.fo^ mo whatsoever, I want to say "Wave a good, hap.  py, happy Christmas nnd to ono nnd  nil on tho Sunshine'.Coast, tho host At  '^etytmnrfortho^comlriryeartn^iii  4he*y��ftr��*tQ-ftoUawll'*"*��'^^  P,S, Dear typcsotUrl Please swear o��  misprints ln our column and I'll swear  oft boose Adam, ! ;,,,,_. , , ,  eade ^_Sake   If {oh  OF OUR  3 Phone Nunibers  SECHELT: 885-9654  or 885-2635  GIBSONS: 886-2121  The Peninsula Times  IN APPRECIATION OF YOUR  PATRONAGE and ENCOURAGEMENT  ���his post sufinmer may we at BEN'S DJIIVE-IN  wish to all of our many friends and customers the  most Merry of Christmases and a fruitful and re-  wardirtg New Year.  These few months have proven to be a time of  making new friends ���- re-estoblishing old friendships,  and  enjoying  the  relaxed atmosphere  of  again living on this beautiful Peninsula.  .Our thanks to all our customers and a special  thanks to the young people who have made such  an effort to adjust to our way.  We"sincerely hope that all wMI enjoy this holiday season and may we join "Tiny Tim" in wishing for Christmas...  God 8/ess Us, One and All  RUTH and BEN BENSON  Family and Staff  Our Holidays will be from December 24 to Jan. 3.  SEE YOU NEXT YEAR  A MERRY CHRISTMAS  and a  HAPPY NEW YEAR  TO ALT. OUR FRIENDS AND CUSTOMERS  FROM THE MANAGEMENT AND  STAFF  of the  CEDARS INN  GIBSONS  ��� ���-.���**-  tl4E REiSTAUftAhlt WILL BE CLOSED FROM  DECEMBER 17 to JANUARY 7, 1973  Gibsons and District KINSMEN CLUB  AffJaU  eand  ELPHINSTONE SCHOOL AUDITORIUM  Dance fo the Sounds of the "Country Touch'1  Doors Open 9 p.m.���Dancing 10 -2:30 a.m.  ir Midnight Buffet  ���A". Refreshments Available  "A- Press Optional  $7.50 Per Person  TICKETS AVAiuii.E}   ,,,,..���Sunnycrest- Emo  ���-Western Prug��  r���or any Gibsons Kinsmen  \ft|if,'SS_aJ(J*,'PWi*iia-fl  IN LIEU OF SENDING CHRISTMAS CARDS THE FOLLOWIWQ GRACIOUS PEOPLE  HAVE MADE GENEROUS  DONATIONS TO THE GIBSONS HOSPITAL AUXLIARY:  Mrs, Sally Loyell  Sally Thompson  Mr, and Mrs, Lorrie Mqson  On<?y L. Do Cqmp  Morlo R, Scott  ���  ~ *���   Mrs, - Eyo�� Pilling -~   Don and EsxtosAndovy  Mrs. Elslo Hutchins  Mrs, F, A, Jones  Mr. ond Mrs, G. Richards  Hu* and Edpa Marshall  Jim and Kay Marshall  Dill and Gladdle Davis   ,  Jqck and Elsie'Willis  -nClem-Crulckshank.  ���   Frank, Hlldd and Lynn Girard  Mrs, ,Chrls Cr��Ucll a,,  Oscar and May Swanson   s  ,  Wdly and Marge 'Langdale  Wally Langdqlo,, your Province Distributor  - ���,���7 J lm - and -Verla,. Hobson .and .family ,  ,Guy and Mae Winning  Lome and Amy Plain  Pornard and Jobl Milligan  Lloyd and Maureen Partridge and family  Pill and Helen Weinhandl and family  .   Margaret May  Davlna Poldorson  Peggy and Marvin Vo^ri and family  Stdn and VI Bracewell  Vlnce, Dot and Kim Bracewell  Mr. ana* Mrs, H( F7 Harris  ��� , Larry and Ina, Re)d     ,  '        D*ora Penn  a^Ernle and Vergl Baxter  mh^_t  TImj greatest nln Is noi murder, dop*,'  rnpo;'violence, robbery, pollution or luit  ��� �� ^ tt Is spsthy, H  Frank and Jean Wynfjaert  ... .  ,   ,    Mrs. Robert Telford.   ���,  Andre, Belle, Raymond and Bonltq Dwbe    ,   Mr, ahd Mrs, Alf Whltlnfl  r ""*"*-  m&m*��*mmwmM  ms*mmi*ztmmtmi***tfmt��  r',  �����***���* \-  V  \  Chrislmas^isn't always Halfmoon Bay Happenings  merry for all people     -������ ��� ���  CHRISTMAS  can  be  a joyous   time  of  ��� , year.  ��� It can cause happy Wonder to~ shine  in the ey^s of a little boy or girl. It can  bring great joy into a child's life. It' can  awaken faith.  ��� But unfortunately for some .children,"  Christmas this year may be a disappointment. It may be looking in store windows  ^t toys their parents can't afford to buy  i-or suffering for lgck of adequate cloth-  ihgi���or simply experiencing a feeling of  utter aloneness. \  ' This need not be; for The Salvation  Army, dn your behalf, reaches but to  such children and makes possible, for  them the thrill of opening gifts, the treat  cjf enjoying a special holiday dinner, the  warm feeling of wearing new clothes.  Yes, The Salvation Army knows  rnany troubled people, both young and  old. It tries to make Christmas happy  and meaningful by providing friendship  and material assistance for the less fortunate in communities���all across Canada���fathers who will spend this Christmas behind prison bars���for mothers  whose children lie ill and cold in a substandard dwelling���for painridderi hospitalized veterans���for needy youngsters  who know little of cOrnfort and joy.  ; The Salvation1! Army in Canada has  been spreading joy and happiness at  Qhrktmas time for 90 years and it plans  \o -Jreep on doing it.  TO ALL the wonderful people of the  ; Peninsula our most heartfelt thanks  and our very best wishes for a happy  Holiday Season. May you all enjoy good  Ijealth, peace of mind, prosperity and  Good Weather in 1973..Miss Bee's, Sechelt.  DURING the weekend of Dec. 9-10, Mrs.  Chuck Ayer of West Sechelt held o_>eri  house ih honor of her sister and ferother-  in-law, Marion and Doug Foley of Squar  mish who are celebrating their 25th wedding anniversary on Dec; 20.  Guests helped themselves from a  smorgasbord table laden with barbecued  beef, ham, turkey, a variety of salads and  an anniversary cake. The hostess was  kept busy Replenishing the dishes for  the 48 guests who arrived during the  weekend. Arttong the out-of-town guests  were Doug Foley's sister, Mim Doskotch  with husband Walter and children Dean  and Elaine of North Surrey, the Foley's  eldest son Michael, with his wife Elaine  and her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Pelz-  man, Mrs. Foley's uncle, Griff Edmunds  and his wife Mary and Mr. and Mrs.  Len Werseen, all of Vancouver.  Other members of the family who  were present were Mrs. Foley's father,  Ed Edmunds and her brother Owen Edmunds and family ..from Redrooffs, and  the Foley's other children, Stephen, Kelly  and Kathy.  Though Mr. and Mrs. Fdley now live  ih Squamish they were for many years  residents of' Redrooffs and they have  both been associated with Halfmoon Bay  for a long time. Marion Foley's family  has owned property in Halfmoon Bay  since her grandfather, the late Albert E.  James first came here around 1900. She  and Doug met in Halfmoon Bay while  Doug's father, the late Barney Foley was  superintendent for McKenzie and Flavell  Logging around 1940.  Christmas celebrations have continued  despite difficult travelling conditions during the past week. There was a Christ-  ���by Mary Tinkley  mas party for the children of the -Bay  at the Welcome Beach Hall on Dec. 10,  when the children enjoyed a delightful  film show of Walt Disney cartoons in'  eluding .Goofy, Mipkey Mouse and Pljito  and DonfilaJTIucK. Santa paid a surprise  visit and delighted all the children with  gifts. The event was organized by the  Halfmoon Bay Recreation Commission  which expressed appreciation to Keith  Comyn, the projectionist and Mrs. Fred  Julian who played the piano for carol  singing.  For the teenagers, the Halfmoon Bay  -Recreation Commission organized a smorgasbord supper at the Patio Gardens last  Friday, when 21 young people had a wOn-  . derfiil time. The exchange of gifts, so  much a part of the Christmas tradition,  was carried out by each teen bringing  a.gift which was placed under the Christmas tree. After supper, the gifts were  distributed and the youngsters danced to  the^music of their own records.  T?he convenor was 'Mrs. Richard Man-  ton and chaperone was Mrs, Bob Cunningham who reported that she had never  catered to a quieter, better behaved or  more polite group���teens or adults. Well,  we've claimed before, and we can onl>  .say it again, .that Halfmoon Bay is most  fortunate in its teenagers.  Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Duff have returned after a flying visit to members of  their family. They flew to Moose Jaw  for a visit with their daughter-in-law,  Sheila Berthelet and then on to Calgary  to visit their son Jerry Berthelet and his  wife Hazel. There was no more snow  in Moose Jaw than we had here in the  Bay, but the temperature was 25 degrees below and.at Calgary it was even  r  The Peninsula Times Page 11  Wednesday, December 20, 1972  colder. Returning to Vancouver they arrived at the airport in good time to meet  Mrs. Puff's sister, Clara Hall who had  flpwn in from Boston and will be spending the festive season' with them at  Welcome Beach.  Mrs. Dorothy Grfeene spent last week  in St. Mary's Hospital undergoing tests.  \  Post Office planners studied every  postal code in the world before deciding  on Canada's Code.  Wishing all-our acquaintances  Much Health and Happiness  During 1973. May there be  peace and plenty with you always.  GUNNER & MARILYN  WIGARD'S SHOE STORE  SECHELT  &2a>9t3l_M9t_>)3)St^_ft2fi}^^  HlllgS.  Pyour family pharmacy  STERN DRUGS  TRAIL BAY SHOPPING MALL  Sechelt���Phone 885-9833  OVER 60 STORES THROUGHOUT B.C.  SUNNYCREST PLAZA  Gibsons ��� Phone 886-7213  CHRISTMAS HOURS  GIBSONS  Open Friday, December 22, until 9:00 p.m.  Open Sunday, December 24,11 a.m. to 4 p.m.  SECHELT  Thurs., Fri., Sat., Dec. 21-22-23 open til 9 p_m.  SUNDAY, DEC. 24,11 A.M. TO 4 P.M.  The  gift  that  brings   cheer  all   year  WINE  ARTS  ��� Put your message into more  than 2,500 home* (10.000)  readers in these economical  spots. Your ad is always there  for quick reference   anytimel  Sunshine Coast Business Directory  ��� Here's an .economical way to  reach 2,500 homes (10,000  readers) every week. Your ad  waits patiently for ready refer-  . . anytimel  ence  ACCOUNTANTS  W. Philip Gordon  CHARTERED ACCOUNTANT  Tel:   Bus.  886-2714,  Res. 886-7567  Harris Block, Gibsons, B.C.  BUILDERS (Cont)  ART SUPPLIES  DALLIS STUDIOS  COMPLETE ARTIST'S SUPPLIES  CUSTOM MADE LAMPS  Classes in Resin Doily, Tues through Saturday  Candles, Macrame, Beads, Arts ond Crafts  Cowrie Street ��� Sechelt ��� 885-9817  Telephone 886-2069  ROSE & ART ENTERPRISES  Pottery, Supplies, classes & firing  dealer for Duncan's .Ceramic product*  Pine Rd. & Grondvlew Ave.  P.O. Box 62, Gibsons, B.C  AUTO SERVICES  SECHELT HOME SERVICE  Atlas Parts a.id Tires  Phone 885-2812  READY-MIX CONCRETE AND  BUILDING SUPPLIES  Your One Stop Building Store  For All Your Building Needs  GIBSONS BUILDING SUPPLIES LTD.  1653 Seaview - Phone 886-2642  BUILDING SUPPLIES     "~  Free Estimates - Fast Service  G & W DRYWALL  Drywall acoustic and textured ceilings.  Now servings Gibsons area and the Peninsula.  Phone 884-5315  Bos 166. Port MeMon. B.C  TWIN CREEK BUILDING SUPPLIES  .    >/*:.: DIAL  Gibsons 886-2291 -Sechelt 885-2288  WHEN YOU NEED BUILDING1 SUPPLIES  GIVE US A CALL  FREE ESTIMATES  CABINET MAKERS  BANKS  >���.'. H (-> ��&*-��*>  ROYAL BANK Of CANADA  Sechelt Branch ��� Phone 885-2201  Gibsons Branch ���Phone 886-2201  Pender Branch ~" Phone 883-2711  Box 153, Madeira Park  HOURS;  Sechelt: Tues.-Thurs.' 10, a.m. - 3 p.m.  Fri: 10*a:m^6 p;mrSatrl 0*a:m:-3 p:m:  Gibsons & Pender:    Mon.-Thurs.  10  a.m. - 3 p.m.; Fri. 10 am. - <S p,mi  OCEANSIDE FURNITURE &  CABINET SHOP  HARDWOOD SPECIALISTS  '    FINE CUSTOM FURNITURE  KITCHEN AND BATHROOM CABINETS  OMr Cabinet Units Are All Prefinl��hed Before  Installation  R; BIRKIN ~ Beach Ave;7 Robert* Creek; B.C;  Phono 886-2551  CONTRACTORS -TCoirtT' ''^  101 CONTRACTING CO. LTD.  General Building Contractors  ��� all work guaranteed ���  Phone 885-2622  Box 72, Sechelt, B.C.  PEN ENTERPRISES  Suppliers and/applicators of  Cascare Pre-Cast*��tone and Brick  Phone for free estimate  Bob or Dick 884-5315  DISPOSAL SERVICES  SUNSHINE COAST DISPOSAL  SERVICES, LTD.  PORTMELLONtoOLEfSCOVE-   .-,,.  Tel: 886-2938 or 885-9973  Coll Us For Your Disposal Needs.  When Renovating Or Spring Cleaning.  Containers Availablo.  ELECTRICIANS  HAIRDRESSERS (Cont.)  SECHELT BEAUTY SALON  Dianne Allen, Proprietor  Expert Hair Styling  Cowrie St., " Phone  Sechelt, B.C. 885-2818  NURSERY  MACK'S NURSERY - Roberts Creek  Landscaping ��� Shrubs - Fruit Trees ��� Fertilizer  Berry Plants - Bedding Plants - Peat \V>��  Fully Licensed Pesticide Spraying for  Landscaping and Trees  Sunshine Coast Hwy. - Ph. 886-2684  HEATING & SHEET METAL   OPTOMETRIST  CONTRACTORS  BLASTING  CONTROLLED BLASTING  ���all;Work insured   ���  FREE ESTiMATfcS  FRED DONM*.     .  Pender Harbour ��883-2403  COAST BACKHOE & TRUCKING  ...,..,, lt.. .,.,,. LTD.,,.���.,..,...  Flllf Cement-Gravel,Drain Rock, etc.  Box 89, Madeira Park  ���,,.,;,v,,.a,:,..;.���Phone 883-2274,;+,.,......,, ,���.,:,,���  COAST DRYWALL  Drywall, and Textured ceilings  ,.,,..;.,, Froo Estimate  :,..'.' Phdno788^5-7643  BLAIR ELECTRICAL  Contracting and Engineering  Residential - Commercial Wiring  FREE ESTIMATES  Phone 886-7816  ��� -I..������I. i i.n;   ������   I. | ��� -������ ��� -hi i i-h   ���.���wm  D. W. LAMONT  ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR   "  R.R. No.l, tyadeira Park  Phone 883-2749  Pender Harbour       MeCANN ELECTRIC,,,.,,   WIRING OF ALL TYPES  Residential - Industrial - Commercial  All work guaranteed - Free estimate!  Joe McCann, Box 157, Madeira Park  Phbno 883-9913  HALL SHEET METAL & HEATING  Domestic - Commercial ��� Industrial  Telephone 885-9606  Box 164, Sechelt, B.C.  OIL FIRED WARM AIR HEATING  .   ,    OIL FIRED WATER HEATERS  i Nothing Down ��� 10 Yean To Pay  ...nu  -r.vf.  Light Plumbfnjg   Roy Blanche ��� 883-2401  IRONWORKS  PENINSULA ORNAMENTAL  IRON WORKS  WROUGHT IRON RAILINGS  AND MISCELLANEOUS ORNAMENTAL  IRONWORK  Phone 886-7029 - 886-7056 - 886:7220   t :;'" FREE"ESTIMATES ' '  JANITOR SERVICE        ~*  Welcome to The Floorshine Coast  ��� <���. HOWE-SOUND ���""���'"���'������''<  JANITOR SERVICE  Specialists In Cleaning - Floor Waxing,  Spray Buffing - Window Cleaning  Phone 886-7131 - Gibsons; B.C  ��� ���   ���    -  BUILDING MAINTINANCI  FRANK E. DECKER, OPTOMETRIST  Bal Block - Gibsons  Every Wednesday  886-2248  ROOFING AND FLOORING  CALL STAN HILSTAD  about your  ROOFING AND FLOORING NEEDS  Phone 886-2923  Gower Point Road ,>  SEWING MACHINES  BERNINA  Sales and Sen/ice To All Makes  RENTALS  Fabric House, Gibsons - Ph. 886-7525  PAINTING & DECORATING      SURVEYORS  TED'S BUSTING  -,        ALL WORK1 FMWY, INSURED >,,      i  Basements- prlve-W��yi - jM'0 Tpnks  Stumps -pitch Lines  -"'  Calif or A Frea'EstlmatrAny Tlpw  TED DONLEY        Ponder Harbour 003-2734  For Export Blasting  ���, FREE ESTIMATES, .  Phone 885-230^ L,�� C, Emewon  If No Answer Leave M����ape at  ���     885W26 ���  R.R, 1, Socholt, B.C.  L & H SWANSON LTP.  READY-MIX CONCRETE   ���������  Sand and Gravel - Backhoe*  Ditching - Excavations  PORPOISK pAY' ROAD  , (new Hall SH,t M*0' BwM'wV   ,,  885-9666, Pox 172, Sochelt, B.C,  .,������ PHPNE 885*9550,      ,  RON'S CONTRACTING  Phone* Saeh��lt 885-9550  BUILDERS  CONCRETE FORM RENTALS  FOR ALU TYPES OF BASEMENTS  EASY ERECTION AND STRIPPING  Complete Instructions Provided  FISHER FORM RENTALS  886-9951  r fi, S BACKHOE  RR No, ��� 1, ��� Madeira Park, B.C,  W. Rousseau ��� Phono 083-2302  . , "Wo aim to please"  Residential - Commercial - Industrial  SIM ELECTRIC LTDi I" ? 7?.7  Gov't Certified Electrlclarts ,  ''   Phono Pay or Eve. 885-2062  '"  7',���i   .7   \ ''.i';,i' ..; '"',���'''',,    i '   i} ���  SUNCO^ST CONTRACTING  ���- General Cont^ctor^----.^^^^^,  Residential yyirlnp and PlunrMng  ��||^i��**JllvS5**,MartelKi*.Park��  Spe<;Mlzlr)0jn;  a. Intei  CALVIN'S PAINTING &  DECORATING  P.O. Box 94, Sechelt, B.C.  Phone 885-2107  PLUMBING AND HEATING  PLUMBING, HEATING & HOT  WATER HEATING  All Makes - All Work Guaranteed  COASTLINE SERVICES  Phone 885-2021  Box 798 Sechelt, B.C.  SEASIDE PLUMBING  Gibsons  Plumbing"- P(pofittina - Steamfittlnfl  ' Hot Water Heating - Pipe Lagging  FREE ESTIMATES  Phone 886-7017 oi 886-2848  FUEL   "���al"'"  e:  Land Clearlpg ,- Road Dulltllna  Tree Topping - Selective Logging  PRTE DUPOIS,  Telephone 083-2417  R.R. 1, Madeira Park, B.C,  SKANNOR. DEVELOPMENTS LTP.  RESIDENTIAL OR COMMERCIAL  CONSTRUCTION  ���"'Uovo-ls^rHomfl^bjrSkannorl'1  "T P6rB68rSochoir-"805WI  Use these spaces fa  .reach nearly 10,000 peopk'  ���very wook!  p.V. Service*, ttd.  IOQ HAUMNG CONTRACTOR  Direct all enqulrlw W ,, .' "  PI��potch��rat MW0J0, eve��. BM-7IJW  Office Hoxn B;30 a,m, to |i30 p.m;  in/ l*r*��ii��*w^Wi'��'!*'��-r**'  MORRIR'SjroWSFI  Placing and Finishing  Floors - Pallos " Stall*  Walk* - Driveway*   ���  Fraa RrtlmfltM PhPM SW-V4I3  RNIE^WIPMAN  for all your'  SSO PRODUCTS  IMPERIAL ESSO DEALER  !i     Madeira Park, U.C,  FURNACES  PARKINSON'S HEATING L7P.  GIDSON*  ESSO 0|L FURNACES  j^No d(ftirry>oymtfltAR^  T��n years to fM>y  Per f iwe ���MlNMt<w-rCett S��1-��11A cellect  ������"-,'   Complete line of appliances <        ;  Paper Hanging, Interior A .Exterior decorating,  Rug Cleaning. All types of Building  .. Maintenance. Floor ln��ta|latlon,  Window Cleaning.  '  PHONB 0I5-9715 AFTIR 4 P.M.  Bex 642 - SecMt, P.C  MACHINE SHOP ""  fwiiiiin   9mm9mmWMmm4ammmm^^m9^m^mm^mm9mimmm^m^ ������"���^^  At tin 3*m ef the Chevron  HILL'S MACHINE SHOP  ,& MARINE SERVICE LTP.  1     Machlri* Shop ^ Are and Acty Welding  '.; Steel fabrlcfltlno m Marine Wayi  Automntlvr fund Marlpf Renolr��  Standard Marine. Station  SECHELT MACHINE SHOP    1  (At St^hdard Motors)  Machinery & Equipment Repair*  First, Class Workmanship  Bob Forrester   Phono 885-9464  MARINE SERVICES  CLAYTON WELDING t. MARINE  ��� Marine Ways to 42''  Bottom .Repair* .   ..'  803-2535  Box 7 - Garden Bay, B��C,  Repairs - Alterations - New InttallatlorM  LAURIE'S PLUMBING &  HEATING  LID.  Govt. Certified Plumber   -?   24 Hour Service  Phone 885-9014  P.O. DOX 825 ��� SECHELT, BJC,  PENINSULA PLUMBING LTP.  Sole* and Sf rvlce ��� 8Q6-9933  Everything far the Do-lt-Yourselfer     '  "-" .Contract ���& Renovations  a       FREE ESTIMATES  Len Coq\ci 006-7685  ���      Ray CoaU. 006-9333 - 006-7072  RENTALS   A, C. Rentals  Tools and Equipment  ROBERT W. ALLEN  v   , g>.C,,,LA^D^SURYEYOR  Sechelt Lumber Building  Wharf St.,  Box 607  Sechelt,  B.C.  Office 885-2625       Home 885-9581  Roy & Wageftaar  B.C. LAND SURVEYORS  Marine Building - Porpoise Bay  P.O. Box 609 - Sechelt, B.C,  885-2332 or collect 681-9142  ROY 8. WAGENAAR  B:G Land Surveyors  Marine BuiIding - porpoise, Bay   ,  SecheltrB.C  885-2332 or ZEnith 6430  TIRES" v''������-' ���'��� " ���--"''     - "'���  COASTAL TIRES  Sunshine Coast Highway  Bex 13, Gibsons, B.C. - Phone 806-2700  SALES" AND SERVICE  All Brands Avallabla  Monday to Saturday 8:30 a.m. to 5;30 p,��n,  Friday evening by appointment only,   ,  TOWIIMG  Scows ���< Logs  SECHELT TOWING fi, SALVAGE  LTD.  Heavy Equipment Moving L. Log Towlno  ,   L. HIGGS  Phono 885-9425 ,  Sunshine Coast Highway and  Francis Peninsula Road  TREE TOPPING  SUNSHINE TREE SERVICES LTP.  �������w^��J**^��Rul |y��lnsurod��<^amMM��m^.  Madeira Park  Phono 883-2585  HAIRDRESSERS.  -  ^^ifl*-_~BiiW*>e**��iMiJ��'a������1  ANN'S COIFFURES  ���    a ,    ,,  1     ,.  ���''   m the Dal Block  ,      hjoxi |o Ihe Co^op Storo  QUwrnt      h]" IQ^-W22  MOVIMQ nnd STORAGE  LEN WRAY'S TRANSFER  ,   Household /Vtoylnp, Packing, Storage  ' "'   Pocklno Materials for Sale   Msmbefof *AIH��d*VflrrL'lriei7~~i  . Canada'*- No,--1 - Movers*  "RENT IT AT"  THE RENTAL ^HOP  et Payls Pay  "We Rent or Sell Almost Ejrerylhlpg'7 J,  - "Typewrllori - Lfflhtlfig Plants - Televisions  Roto Tillers - Cement Mixers - Lawn Rakes  1    ��� /ylechaplc's Tools  PHONE 80$.;��M8 ��� 2. HOUR SERVICE  AFTER HOURS 005*2151 '  RETAIL STORES  C * S HARPWARR  SiCIIILT. P.C     ' ��� __  "APPLIANCES v HARJDW/ARE  DANGER TREES TOPPED  SELECTIVE CLEARING  Greater Vancouver      Sechelt Peninsula  291-0730 003-9711  T.V. ond RADIO  Sales and Sorvlco  .11:    . ���   ��� ...  ���   Authorized Doalor and Repair Dopot for  ,   pUASAR (Motorola) Jj, PHILCO  Cowrie  Street,  Sechelt  ������, Phone  00S4171  i-i  in i    1  1 11 ._ 1         1 L ...      -    ...      1  r   111 *  SUNSHINE COAST T.Y. SALES  ft SERVICE LTP.  ADMIRAL   ���   ELECTROHOMfi  ,   and   ZENITH    DEALERS     ���  It/ I III  Phong 886-2664, RR 1, Gibsons, B.C.  YOUR AD IN THIS DIRECTORY  REACHES 4500 HOMES  HOME FURNISHINGS  phone 005-9713   ,  Ponder-Harbour - 003-2513  HARBOUR SUPPLIES  Electrical ��   Plumbing  - Appliances  TVfi ��� Furniture and Carpots .  P.O. Dox 158 Madeira Park, Hwy 101  1    at Francli Penlmula  , Gordon Ollvor   ��    Ed Nicholson  t\r\ Tho Heart Of Downtown Sechelt  Box 799, Secholt 885-9816  CLOSED ON MONDAY?  UPHOLSTERY ""  BELAIR CUSTOM UPHOLSTERY  AND DRAPERIES  Reupholsterlno - Restyling -' Complete Draper)  Service - Samples shown ,n die hofno ,  Phone 686-2050 ''  m a+ut^ia^iitewwmCiiiBini^te^  'A     ' A GOOD SELECTION OF FROZEN, FRESH AND SELF-BASTING  TUREYS AT COMPETITIVE PRICES.  FRESH GROUND PORK lb. 89c  Large Selection ot Vancouver Fancy Sausage  READY TO EAT  HAMS. _ 69  WHOLE OR SHANK HALF  KRAFT CHEESE WHIZ _. W  PHILADELPHIA CREAM CHEESE k���*...... 59*  CHEESE SLICES ^", SI"M 89*  MEDIUM CHEESE S*T^ $9*  CRISCO SHORTENING ._y... 1.29  SEVEN FARMS MILK .r: 5 f0.1.00  COFFEE BREAK COFFEE  lib.  Pkg.  85*  CHOCOLATES S^^4^ l.W  YORK MIXED ITS ]��U���,���.$��  BISCUIT* %��_?___ _ 3 ��� 89*  DAIfMANDM N06 ������:_���_'-^e"  SHRIMP COCKTAIL QZ 2 ���..$��  ' frozen!was 5i,7!^..:..:....:::.749��  lANGORANGE-DRiNK'%. ~___H 79*  UBBnpNEl CORN,��.. 4   1.00  1 a.,,1,,  STORE HOURS: Thurs., Fri., Sal. 9 am lill 9 pm - Closed 241b, 25th, 26th  Prlcoa offocttvo Wod., Doc. 20 to Sat., Doo. 23  fiaWi^WMWWWfWKMII)  I iS^a^lWrtiSaMtaSBlW"  Phono 806-2026  086-9012 Mewt Dopt.  806-9823 Bakory  Wc'Rfftwi^TlirlMgt^^  ���mB*1^1^^ \  \  The holy spirit of  Christmas reaches  out with our good  wishes.  Ruby Lake Motel  and Restaurant  The Place of the Swans"  \  TheP  \  ENINSULA Umek  Section B  Wednesday, Dec. 20, 1972  Page 13  GREETINGS  TO OUR MANY  FRIENDS  AND PATRONS ...  LLOYD  and  MARNIE  DAVIS  i   ���.  ,ar,  ��� ^��^**qwawMt��r��i  *  ME  ������"'* *���   ���JV-.L vi/  CHRISTMil  ��u'j_L__��  !__��___  Christmas is happiness!  The glow of anticipation. The joy of giving. The warmth of  anticipation.  And Christinas is even better when you rely on your Credit Union  to ,meet the extra expenses of the season. Space out the cost with a  loan or line-of-credit arrangement.  Your Credit Union can help you make this Christinas  a memorable one.  Pender Harbour Credit Union  Madeira Park, B.C.  CREDIT UNIONS   m SERVING PEOPLE WOR^  WORMS HAVE rights, foo, proclaims  ���the badge on nine-year old Sharon  Robbing' coat. Children have rights,  'too and Sharon may be telling Santa  about them.  __���&__  KRUSE DRUG STORES  AND STAFF  i>  S  mm  W   *��� *    l        w        19-1     ���**      iv>C -  F I    ��� *     F^fcB  *."S��  ]i  r.f -  * * t  ' I  *; .'  *> 7  4 i  May all our friends  in the community  enjoy the best...  they deserve it,  always!  Gcorgq Flay  SECHELT  BARBER  SHOP  '   I,'    ���   I     ' ' ' '^1,,  '.   , I *��� '��         iHiiii  #lf!^*!.W5a��ma���i  #������*Mi*����^fl��*^^  #tli|a#nM^ri��MM^^  SUNNYCREST  la'''  GREETINGS-  TCTAIX OUR  FRIENDS AT  CHRISTMASTIMEI  RENDER  HARBOUR  STORE  i��Ok?/ll  Best wishes for a joyous Noel to  all our wonderful friends.  ERNIE WIDMAN  YOUR IMPERIAL ESSO AGENT  MADEIRA PARK  srWH*M4*��ii##('*"j I  , ,i't,ii.  I *��hF*iM*��**i!wiH'mjft<  *.  ,i .a,* \\  \  7\  \  Y  \  \  \  V  Pofre 14���Peninsula Times, Wednesday, Dec. 20, 1972  CICW.IHC.  MERRY  CHRISTMAS  May your hdme he blessed with joy and  your' hearts   overflow   with   happiness  -this Christmas Day.  SID and MAGARET  SEAVIEW MARKET  Roberts Creek  It's such a pleasure to say  thank you to our many friends  and customers at Christmas.  HALFMOON BAY SHELL  Erwin Kiesselbach ond Family  .-***& S&IF i__* &_ 4fe    wi  MYRTLE HICKS of Gibsons, recuperating in St. Mary's Hospital, Sechelt, had a visit from Santa Claus  Saturday. Jolly old St. Nick was  making his rounds of Sechelt and the  hospital.  Iffianyflames...  In Greece Christmas is  called "Genethlia," feast of  the Nativity.  Noel is the term used for  Christmas in France.  An Italian name for Christmas is "Nativita" from which  probably derived the Spanish "Navidad."  The Gferman "Heilige  Nacht" signifies "holy night."  The likeliest derivation of  our own "Christmas" is from  tho Hebrew "mas" which  means tribute:"  To our customers at this festive  season we wish all blessings.  STAN0ARD MOTORS  OF SECHELT  *v. i^ ,���:,    ,.    },,!,���.  FROM  I,'  \  Ken deVries and Family  KEN deVRIES F10ORC0VERINGS LTD.  GIBSONS  I  As-la.  y.  ,.'-^i  ;I7.  .  ?~*  o  ���������������  ���������������ft  ��� ���������*  m'  ��� �����������  4m-  ���������������  ���������������  ���O  a ���<(    .,.������(���,���..-.-. ,������-.��� ��� t-.fr-    ���'  '���<���:�����  .���..   ,.,,-!,.'..���  ata-.-.,,��� |.,..,V.��,  rldtmaA  pee  tlnas  ���������������  a JgQf?-  ���  ������HO  i'^*iJM(iai��iiWfl^*��v- u  ia-Jftr*,JW* rttS^r***ta*fl��*). tl^iaf V,att4l^>i^**fiV-'ll'ftai(ftf J|l)��rft*,\--B��*i*pl'  4C*  :ti/8i<-������>��������� ,'   ��� *&���  TO AU FRIENDS FROM v:,  t ' ' *'l  Sechelt Auxiliary to Si Mary's Hospital  ....9  ,,(Hll,.R  tpym4W**$*a)W*W���������WBH��**w  1  M^y tlie world extend the spirit of the season ,  ixHofheN^  "      a ��� ,       ' ' ' , ' ', ��� a ' I ,      '    .'  '�����  ������"a-   '      -- ���    ��� ���   ,���        ��� .'        ���������'     ���       ������ I ���     ���'        a-.-,   UNITED PAPER WORKERS INTERNATIONAL UNION  , LOCAL JM>7    '    .',,, ',,,.���  ,,..., i  Louie and Pauline Benner  Mrs, Mabel Bllgh  hc?      Walter, Irene, Julian and'  ���T*1^^. > "22 M&Yf&*ftMK   -v '"  4*    Dorothy and Charles Carter  Polly and, Us Chamberlin  Dick, Vona Clayton and family  Cliff, Peggy/Mqry arid '  Margaret Connor  ���..��       ��Mahford^Marlon*and*-*��i^  m Shirley Cook  Burt and Rose Crick,  Ada Dawo .  <m Jack and Edna Fisher  *$ Garry,  Roberta,  David,  Jeffrey  *���> and Donlso Foxall  '*&'"' Bob, -Maureen, "Jay, ��� Lee- and',-  >*����� Deborah Gledson  aO1  ��������������  o*  O'  ���������til  ��*���������  Mtfcft  j!S;      Er|c, Ina Grafe and Girls  ���m      '  *****  ������     Gordon, Maureen,' Sharon,  Don and Hawl Hqddori    ,  ,  4*  ' Kath|oen, Iodine Hall  Bill, Beulah Lawson & family  -jjp  Faye and John Lewis , .��� t 125?  Mr. and .Mrs.. W, J; Mayne '-rm  Ed and Cella: Mossnor       i ^*|  Mery, Jill, Karl and (        *j��  (     Keith Messher    ^       S5  Nancy and Terry MHIefr      **  Mr, and Mrs, Cliarles W?i A|onkjSS  Jock and Macl MorgapT     '.$��  Mr, and M^s, George Morse    ���*"  ,w^~pye^Qnd*drV-lMoscrlp''  Mrs, Z, McCrea ��S  Phil & Elsie Nicholson & family g  " The Pootkau Family,        , ��i.i  Mary and Art Rodman,       <jjS*  ��� Jack ahd Leo Redman  ,      ��*  - Ann Ross      & ,    .  ��� Mr,~and Mrs;'David- F,-Shaw--JSl��*���!-�����'"��**  Ivan, Ellcon'and Jimmy Srqlth  '!����  Peter arid' Molfy Smith        ��  Shannon and Ray .Stockwell     ^  and family  aCf  'W*"��WH"^ya��IW*8'  ��(..   ��*'V  and Insurance Lid.  I ��� II  I  '    .)  S   .Gunpar aod Phoebe Hanson  , ,      ^t Ros�� sW.dn and; family,   ^.  2SS    ���        .    and Sqndra'    .,     ' Lolp Turner        , ��� '    S?  Loola -and - Bob ����� H11| ~..������J���~-����.-.�����~���-Sta n ��� and t Poa r I ~.,Ty8on;.~"-~7*��1^5^��.a~-.-^  f^arg>and Charlie Humm ������' ' Or. and Mrs,. W. Vosbi^rgh*    **  CharloMo jqekson '. ���' ���.CI.r|s rWard / ,���   ,,      ig,'   ,.  Frode.Tove,'Susanne,and ,      (Gerry^and Amy'Zo'ron ��  Ponnl Jorgenson "        ,   Mrs, A,, French <*���*  laHWWiMWIItimiWayMB'WimWtWmW^^ tyt&t*nmiia&*PMam*tA*m&*^*?Z?^-ii^  i <*#r  40)4  ���Mai*  �����*w��lWM^#���  ;g fn//ou of Chdsfmps Cards dortaffon has boon sonf Ho  *     9*\_W. ^ ' ���__*  11  S "����� Sethelt Auxiliary Memorial Fund.  J____ rwpt~  �����,. ^  ... f ,  ��7 >- ���'  1 ' ..A  |    J  i.   V ������  f  IWUfefiMlaMlHfltalal^a^^^  laaaatja-f^ffi^CTMMjal)^^  ��B^(*��Wtt>SWBW��Wl^^  aMwawaajW(!<iWWiw*iia^^  antfafnafvwp  ��^��w��a��*��w��a��a��a����  i^����W��ts��*^*"��  m^m^i��V^ii��mt^mmim^  -I- \  Superstitions  \   -  \  Christmas decorations  remind us,of old beliefs. In  England people kept a sprig  of holly in the house after  the holidays to protect the  house against lightning.  Mistletoe was likewise kept  in the house as a guard  against witches: People in  rural areas were known to  wear a bit of mistletoe tied  in a tiny bag aboutthe neck  as a witch repellent.  JOYOUS  NOEL  May your holiday  be bright with the  glow of friendship!  Morgan's  pleasure at  this time to  wish all our  good friends  and  customers  A HAPPY  NEW YEARI  Frode Jorgensen  BARBER &  MEN'S HAIR  STYLIST  "V  Peninsula Times, Wednesday. De?. 20, 1972 Page 15  \\  PAUL ROBBINS, 7, and Santa Claus  seem to have found something of  mutual interest to look at-probably  The Times photographer.  TO EACH AND EVERY ONE  OF OUR MANY CUSTOMERS, WE  EXTEND SINCERE GREETINGS.  JOE McCANN ELECTRIC  Now,   as   in   ancient  timea,   may   the  guiding   light   df  Christmas   be  yours.  Don Lockstead, MLA  MacKenzie Electoral District  777'-     ���";������". ,e:oriY:  -H^i^.^fi'^^iMrftifl:!"*!.***.'      HMlVll.fffti  Seaa&tt'a (fa  May the joys Of Ghriatmda iollow  you throughout the com^g year,,..  . From tho Management and. Staff . , .  COAST CABLE VISION  HAPPY NEW YEA  GOOD WISHES  FOR 4 MPPK  PROSPEROUS  HEWViM!  SECHELT SHELL SERVICE  tWF        j*1 ��'****"���   ^ _<   ��"* %"* *       '       ' V^V*"*      *'���"' "Wi*    i#"��>sw  ftt.r-r-   x*w     J.  . "("WAIT  '���/< .:.'.��� y <������*���*."* 7 ���/>,'.. %���\- ���   >.     -:,   -   <\   >>  l< �� j9...", i ���;.-,- x> . * > f. > ,  >7* '.*������' *2   _    *-���   ��� v  '   *  I1,       ,'    - ��� ,        Y  " ��-* _  1,1,7:-  s,-^*te,-ji-iti^**w**a;  MERRY CHRISTMAS  and  JjOJiJQMJL TIeJV'VMlUl  Wo aro having our holidays  Closed December 22 to February 28, ,1973  |S   i   I   ,  * I '  I ynwW'#^Mt'*.yiri*w4��.  t  *%#!1<��3��>.)UWl>ij,  Good friends, good times ~ nil  the bounty of tho Season lo yowl  ���^^-fflreiaw^^  Peninsula Drive-Hn  & Dining Lounge   "V ��� Sechelt, D.C,        " ;'  ,.,,,,,  U,'| i .   ,< I ,   tt-n'tr  fc*_  ffl>  '/ \_  .,.       ��� '* * on eftirth, good  will to'wurd men,, ^irmythU Chrittmni bring  fow ind your family �� time of lilting peace, '  oy And muliiplt Lhulog*. Merry CbrJitnu��.  Harry Olaussen, MP  \���  fM$|f- ayt-inr W(��,.  V��;, .    /A   ���  ,.    ,*���      1.1,1;'      M'"-^     ,  ���?,.��.  ->.ivH, ��)-(��� WW-*   upiC  l)M>fclll^t*��-r(     *��,.��  WjE SEND OUT GREETINGS TO FRIENDS FAR, AND WEAR,  FOR YQUR HAPPINESS DURING THE COMING XE AR... ���  mmtmm*m*44*>iim*<*k4M  Miiditf^ptf^Hitot^^  THE RADYMSKI FAMILY  �����W|^Wi#W^wg^wy*  K<  mm   i 7 m    n!, i  H  etield Inn  ...,. ,7  mm*mUmm  x~,  ll ��l^. \\  \  \  \  v.  A  Page 16���Peninsula Times, Wednesday, Dec. 20, 1972  t  1 mtrrw "TrHP'  -i���X.  t.i\f  To our friends and patrons ...  we wish you a season full of .all  the joys of Christmas.  Your Co-op Food Service Centre  GIBSONS  OUR  BEST  TOYOU!  Our wish to you this joyful Holiday  Season is as old as St. Nick and as  sincere as the spirit o! his smile-  Merry Christmas!  MARINE MEN'S WEAR LTD.  GIBSONS  Floyd ond Gtt>dyi  McGregor  Bob Conruthei* and  Dave Parry  (MBtotKjs  p ^:,.-^.,  ^  ���<*������***  //<t<! 's wishiup; you tho joys uful  huppinoss oJ Chris tin us, with ujirv  on tho hoarth, n troo in tho cornor  und your family nround you,  DAN  WHEELER  GIPSONS  iSL___Hr'  '(i-j.  *-*�����_-���.___ eM* ;i*> _^&,______1_'m__*tM&7��  X  \  uitabihty  At Christmas I no more  esire a rose  Than wish a snow in May's  new-fangled mirth;   4  But like of each thing that  in season grows.  *     William Shakespeare (1594)  "3  ������! r~"   Helen  and  Oscar  wish a very  Merry Christmas  to all and JO all a  Happy New  Year  HELEN'S  FASHION  SHOPPE  iSllt'yiiflftlirJB'nmi^r.^y *~*  FRECKLE-FACED Nadine Hall has  a big smile for The Times photo-'  grapher as she visits with   Santa  Claus during his Sechelt visit.  \la\ thi^  ( In istmus bring *""��r��"^  all lh��* hest for you*  an 1 \oiii family and follow you thru the new year.  FROM THE STAFF AT  SECHELT BUILDING SUPPLIES  rtf**i��*tisi*iW=f-  make me an instrument of Your peace.  Where there is hatred, let me sow love;  Where there is injury, pardon:  Where there is doubt, faith:  Where there is despair, hope;.  Where there is darkness, light, and  Where there is sadness, joy.  ^q,6ivine master,  tC.        grant that I may not so much  Seek to be consoled as to console;  _���,,,,��,J.9^  to bo loved as to Jove;  For It is in giving that wa receive;  It Is In pardoning thnt we nro pardoned;  Q7^@b    and It la In dying that wq ore born  I VO   7 "'   'to.e^r'nal llfo,        '      '  |T(j>*qaiD>"   "'"".."" '     ;  wi       m   y  _   ,,������,.,.     FRANCIS OF ASSIS|v>  ' ' ,f"   '' "' 1182-1226AD '  -������ n�� ��� ti *9*mntow$&nniiit4w.4-  FILl'ER UP WITH BEST WISHESi  ,   GWEN AND JIM HSPPNEtt,  ���>|i��rtimi4w(**������(%*W��r(^^ *MS��  w*iimptir��ww><*?>mm  HARBOUR MOTORS  Madeira' Paifc     7   '  Bright and cheery  greetings, to nil of  yo|�� from aU of ns I  ���.A,m��r,Z  .������,,_.*  OLD-TIME  ���     ' ;i _m_\  ''������  i&K.   WW* a^WlllllWlf-tasiWa^VBJSH,  (tai$ft_ ^-WWJjW**!^^ tfHfa li��tta#��*|mi .afjfWJfl*)**  Shall Sorvico  CHARLIE  MANDELKAU  As NATURE SPARKtESlN HER NEW "WRITE  ,       . ' I        ' . I , I a a     , I '    a       a     a      , ,     I  *   , , "     I   I ' ,        " ,'7  RAIMENT/OUR THOUGHTS TURN TOnTHOSE WHO  ">            '            i I j | t >,,  i t       ' M   '  l "���**       *?'.     < t     m      H     .- i..     '- ,,     , ,     ,��� ,    , f  ,   ,,t��   ,,'     lj( ,   *.,U ,|     j     Hi     ||mi ��~,   ���    i.f.   j*' (��  ���HAVE-GLADDEHED^THE^PAST^SEASONS^QR^US^  ��� Th�� Manage me mit and Staff of  Ban Korest rroaucts Ltd  \  u.'l I  I .  1     !      -a'a   \,  I     .  t    \ We hope your home ancl heart  will be filled with laughter, joy and  good will this glad Holiday seasdn���  MERRY. CHRISTMAS!  CHARLES ENGLISH  LTD.  MAY THE SEASON  GLOW WITH GOOD  CHEER FOR ALL!  Take a Taxi!  SECHELT TAXI  BRUCE  TERRY  Joy To The World!  site  Q  Swinging.our best wlshe; for a very Merry Christmas  to all our friendly customer*! �� ���  Your Home OR Distributors Ltd.  A. L. (Lloyd) Hanson  May your holiday abound with ,  lasting happiness.-  An4 your heart be fiUcd with  a tlino greatest gladness.  *^From~th��"Managcnient"aiul~Staf#-��f-  i i '  Goddard's Fashion Centre Ud,  .,-,.*���,,,,.,,..  TRAII, DAYCENTRE  i   ���     h  Christmas,. 1  a time far reihembering  Peninsula Times, Wednesday, Dec. 20, 1972r^toge^l7  This is a year for nostalgia, in the drama, in the  clothes we wear, in many  aspects of our modern life.  At Christmastime we are  engulfed with the tides of  nostalgia. We tend to go  back in spirit to our old,  childhood memories ��� the  neighborhood children, the  " beloved "posTman whir  brought us gifts ��� our little  N world when we thought we  were the center of the Universe, and that we ourselves were Immortal.  It was a time of slower  pace, when we seemed to  see, hear and savor more  . . . the ordinary things such  as the squeak of the snow  h under ouf boots, the frosty  feel of a snowflake on our  cheek ��� the tingle as our  ears burned in the wintry  wind.  With what joyous anticipation we watched Father  uncover the sleds, noted  with pride the name "Flexible Flyer," for they were  the fleetest on the icy hills.  We remember the deli  cious fragrances corning  from the kitchen.as Mother  prepared the fruit cakes,  baked the cookies and foolishly set them aside to coql^  not beyond our childish  reach. We remember the  great Bird and its crusty  brown  goodness,  and  the  ' crunchy, tart whole cran-  ~bferry sauce-acgompanying.  And caroling! We looked  forward.to it, to gathering  with friends and caroling on  street-corners as the lamps  overhead flickered and  lighted up each rosy face.  How proud' we were, tcr  "sing in parts," to give  each jolly song, each hymn  its special best.  And when we came in  from our various rounds,  we' f ^member the all-en  compassing warmtlvas we  stood over the fjoor'grate!  The heat rushed through  tour corduroys and' serge  garments and our boots.  ^hese^re_the_senses_of_  home, the wondrously comforting "little" things that  meant Christmas to many  of us, many years ago. We  return to them, nostalgic-  cally, in 1971.  VERY  MERRY  CHRISTMAS  And to all, thanks for  ^youTwonderful patronage!  Ted Alexander  HARBOUR ELECTRONICS  " Garden Bay  *������*-��.-  be aware oft  the angels  abiding  around you  Not all the angels are  celestial beings, though we  honor the heavenly host,  especially at Christmastime.  Angels are for all times,  and for all places. Most of  us have a feeling that we  have a "personal angel"  guarding us, a mediator  with the Creator in time  of stress.  But there are other angels. For example, when  someone speaks rudely to  you, and you do not respond  with rudeness, an angel has  visited.,, you,,,, illuminating  your mind and heart with  understanding, You realize  that this person is troubled,.  is perhaps fearful, that  there is a break of communications that would only be  widened if you respond in  - kindr*An��angel*helps��to  "build bridges" among  humanMnd,   When you feel or see  beauty, you are host to angels. And when you create  beauty In the midst of darkv  .ness or evil, you belong  with the seraphic group  itself.  ���_i_iiifesfi Y-tf#'t'.U#irfy.*  Whcr^ you overcome the H  fears and doubts that assail  ,  all of as so-called "clvl- ',  ' H7,c(l'M)olnfjs, If you rise to  heights of achievement In.  spite of forces of lethargy  and  other  self-protecting ������  ��� devlccs;,you are ln thecom-r  puny of angels.  This  Christmas  try  tb  movo thoughts away from  self,  It Is so human to  think of "Numbor Ono"  first!' Wo arc'nil subject to  this tdmptallon,, But. this  Holy Season wo can make  nn effort to be more loving,  moropalloiH, moro understanding,' more spiritually  Intelligent; wo can becomo  docrfl, and not Just specta-,  ��� tors', or well-wishers, Wo'''  Tnr~ became���Involved Hn  sltuatlons4haLdcmand.tho  purposeful activity of nil  sensitive, a and   thoughtful  persons,.^ '.-���- , . '.i..  ���|' -w i ������^m^mff^f'fiMit^m***'^.  ��� ��� i *  S|    ,  a, a .a *     a ���,   , , I.i, .    , , . , ������������-��� m'   "      t.  ''     m      "',   '  o many old traditions have disappeared from the holiday  ,    yvA  i ' ���  scene -���abut,there's one that still remains ��� sincere,greetings  ' , I a        , ( a ,  ,  to friends old and new, Merry Christmas!  i < ���>  Editorial: Dick Proctor, Alastajr Rogers  __^__mM��jMx.e��fJitfn��k^  '.  .,,!,��.    i*,.   .,,  ntm^itwt*mmt*!mtttmi9timmistm��mtFw^^  Officer Roso Nicholson, Sy/via /Vlcloan, Karon Sponcor  The J?mimujJkJitmb;  WB^a'aj'aftaff'^^  ^?iwpw����t��wt��  ���aSpMW'W*'^^  .**Wp����W>it^  wwH_MWMwt<Mma��^^  WWWs*^^  I        I   "I  ,lHf  ,    .     ,i.L       < w* \    l   t  ��  t���  ,\.  *^       ,*9        9  t      * <*��  \.  V  \  \  -Peninsula Times, Wednesday, Dec. 20, 1972  Ringing out the joyous sounds of  the holiday season for you and  yours, now and thru the new year.  Ewart McMynn Realty  NOTARY PUBLIC  Box  238  1589  Marine Dr.  ~~I   Gibsons  Just a light hearted greeting to  wish our friends and patrons a  Merry Christmas and a Holiday  Season that's cheery and bright.  GIBSONS BUILDING SUPPLIES  ���55,  MARION BARRIE KEITH DICK AL  ANN REG ANDY NORM  DENNIS        TONY  In  appreciation  of your patronage, may we  wish our many loyal customers  a very Merry Christmas, with  all the joys of  the season.  SUNSHINE  AUTO PARTS  DAVE  STAN  LIONEL  STEPHEN ROBBINS, 8, tells Santa  what he wants for Christmas. Lions  Club sponsored Santa's visit to Sechelt on Saturday. Heavy rains prevented the Sechelt Indian band from  escorting the old saint musically  through town. Santa, who bears a  Striking resemblance to George  Page, set up headquarters in the  Bank of Montreal.  .��_  ,..T!,0.,.V^.I|^V,,, 0,Hn9W ')t5��ieath your feci....  Im|>|>y I'iutm around llic heurth ... young  .>o)(.Wnii^inKChriHimaH .arolti.,, \Umc  art? the jo^ of thu t,onnon wc w'ihIi IojouL  i        i ..< . .   i  .,\Jti*"..    ' i "Tit l  _a".' mnWy        y^f<--  HERE'S HOPING SANTA FlLtS. YOURFONDEST   WISHES THIS CHRISTMAS SEASON AND FROM ALL OF  ^yiahowa ZsilL  ileum  *)��W<^flklkil^*1tl4tl&l^^  If/err^  m  '������%.  ?.'.�����  a^  ��%���^'. x        \  \_:  $SMk  May you enjoy  a healthful and  happy New Year.  Bill & Dorothy  - MURRAY'S  GARDEN & PET  SUPPLIES  GIBSONS  Singing our  greeting loud and  clear, ��� may  yours be a  glorious Christmas I  Peninsula  Plumbing  Len & Ray Coates  and Families  ^SraKr  ... to you, our customers.  We thank you for your patronage and wish you a joyous holiday!  The Staff  PENDER  HARBOUR  HOTEL LTD.  MADEIRA PARK  4'tAt  ������*���*. ____  Peninsula Times, Wednesday, Dee. 20, 1972���Page 19  - ^  O   7   ���     y.  �������.  May this coming year be    ������  a time of happiness, joy  and lasting peace for you  Smitty's Boat Rental  & Marina  gieTsons  ���&  x  *  _*-���  holiday!  Striking a  sincere  note with our best  wishes for the  merriest  Christinas  ever  for you  and  your family.  MARJ, DIANA AND. DAVE  FABRIC HOUSE  Gibsons  BABY JAYLENE   Pazdzierski, lv*, Claus, who was sponsored on this trip  doesn't appear too impressed that by the lions Club, resembles George  Santa Claus made a special trip to Page. Lions members Cliff Olsen and  St. MaryVHQspiMcMldre^^  on Saturday. TShe-feels some assur- tour of the hospital and an earlier  ance in the arms of her mother i? Mrs. sitting in Sechelt.  Brian Pazdzierski,    Gibsons. Santa ���- # ���  Did Sages Foretell the Star and the  journey?  Through the ages the impression given in history  and legend is that the miracle of the Star of Bethlehem  and the Journey of the Wise  Men happened spontaneously.  Star; and when any of them  died, his son or one of his  kindred was appointed to  his place . . . Year after  year these (men) ascended  into a certain high mountain, having in it a certain  cave, most pleasant, with  fountains, into which, ascending and bathing them-  .. _ ,i     _.*�����*=  selves, they prayed and  Another legend tells of a       praised God in silence three  L  Sincere good wishes to  you at Christmastide.  W.  t/V.  MANUFACTURING  BILL WEINHANDL  Gibsons  certain nation in the extreme East which possessed a writing ascribed  to a person named Seth.  From this it would seem  that the Star and the.famous journey had been  looked forward to for generations. To paraphrase the  old account:  "Twelve of the learned  men of that country were  disposed to watchii for (that  days. Generation after generation, watching ever, until it should appear descending on the mountain having  within itself the form of a  manrchild, and above the  similitude of a cross; and  it spoke N|to them that they  should go to Judea. And  journeying thither for space  of 2 years, neither food nor  drink failed in their ves-  se^s;'f^vr'���?,���i:^T.r���:a':v���'l'���'"?vVi'���^;,������''',^,������ ���.���:''.'''���  Arid along with! bur fondest wishes "that  every wish will" come true for you^f we ���  also extend our sincere "thank you" for  your loyalty during this year,  rhefawliu^-Faiiiily;  PENlNSUiA rtOTEL  f.1  mAy��you^cnjoy��tho.h��ppicst*liolldfty-cvcrl��  SUNSHINE COAST  XV.. SERVICE 8t SALES  GORDON OLIVER ED NICHOLSON  fuHiiir.l^HKlt  ('ominK made (!hr hi mat, dnv .Mowed, nulv.lhp' voiuIhk  TYEE AIRWAYS  SECHELT  In,,'   ! ' ���  ii^|oMMlHil^j>m����'l^'^WtW  ��.*a��(��Wa-W!*��S^^  "r**-v  ���wftmw'MWWHa'ff^^ \  \  \  Poge 20���Peninsula Times, Wednesday, Dec. 20,  1972  r i '������ n    <     ' '    '  MERRY CHRISTMAS to EVERYONE  We hope your holiday is .grand.  Coastal Tires  Gibsons  Wishing   you   ���   our   friends   and   patrons  the happiness of Christmas lime!  YULETIDE CHEER  ' A Sincere Wish for a Merry Christmas r-v  and, Thank You to Our Customers I  <?icn,ifto  Brian Auto Body & Painting  Secholt, B.C.  Heartfelt good cheer we wish  you .. . our loyal customers.  FRED DONLEY BUSTING  Merry Christmas and  Happy New Year to our  past, present and future customers  MICHAEL STEPHENS appears to have found something more interesting than Santa Claus.  on eartf)! to men of goob totll  pmP>  a time to  pause and  take stock..  ""You'ean't'see'the woods"  for the trees" ... so goes an  old saying.  To paraphrase this, "you  can't experience Christmas  because of the tlnsely Utter  that covers and surrounds  ft."     ��� ,   ���  typjy easily one can become engulfed In tho wrap-  _ in the outward aiid  Visible display of the Season , . . and lose sight of the  true meaning! i  After all, the secular  Christmas is based on  worthwhile things".-. . conv  municatlng with family and  friends in various, time-  consuming ways;, ft  >  wJfte?!6!?.?!* .cardsjob^adx,,,,  "dressed* and'mallei"?', Tor",  taken to a special mailbox  for distribution; There is an  air of hospitality you should  observe. (Only a Scrooge  would frown on this!) There  jrfe flxings-up of the house,  choosing decorations, foods  to prepare ,... gifts to rtiakp  or buy, Even If the pur*  chase costs little, there is  the special time for the  special gifts.  And who would begrudge  the spending of time on  these happy duties? In fact,  most of us enjoy the doing,'  even though we get footsore  and weary, and perhaps  foolishly overspend,  Just so we do not lose the  ^'hlile^oinriJrCliiristrnais'r  just so the celebration is not  squandered and becomes  dull, or part of a too-often-  repeatca pattern,  Let us try to salvage tho  true delights of Christmas,  as a child would enjoy it,'  Not yin childishness, but In  childlike wonder, a renas  cence of, the joyous spirit  that we sometimes permit  to become jaded.  A CHRISTMAS GREETING .  BRINGING EVERY GOOD WISH  FOR NOW AND ALWAYS .  . .  Gibsons  WESTERN DRUGS  Haig Maxwell and Staff  #<|Wy.��^l^liaWWU^  ....     ',   ��'     , ^  YY�� hopo that youi- Chrlsima* will bo a morry'  a^i^��pqB��iWia^,wyw��fmw^  *lmmM**mi<m<ip��i-wvty��i  ,ono,.brlnglnfl.you��thi��.bo��t.ot��Yory|h!pa  f ' ,'       i  ,   From all tha itaff at   ,,    ,  MADEIRA MARINA LTD.  May this holiday season bring youhappiness ahd  Iqughterjv:^  pfne.. %the sounds of children oncf the foyoi  tamiiy.  ����!,**,  ^MWW^)J>!j|��M>#|l)y.j_^IWffjt.ittr.|)i  w^nvW^w*'��>wwtt*w'^��*  ���^Mit^in^iwRaa^wM^  Thank you one and all, for Byowr. gift to .,  .  &.  Hr��^',^i>��^*f^'*^��m4^%4l��^Vill fi&4i>4*iWWWi_*\hWte^^ >iM*( t*ft WsWft��)**Wnii*^ *W*'��'Hrt4^*>��WWWi^i.jMWW'J  us ���-�� your*good friendship and loyal patronage,  ^nd among y^mr gifts, please count our renewed  pledge to serve you, faithfully In time to come,  -rtndHouHiortrtifcsrChristmM^���-r���---"-���������-"  ���Mtf*^siv^��fi^>*^>^  I I  FROM THE MANAGEMENT AND STAFF ,  TWIN CREEK BUILDING SUPPLIES  Gibsons - 886-2291  Secholt - 005-2288  w��^a��*wa��>*##^^  mtomm^ypimmm  mmmmmimi��fmwm>im^  i i.i  ���   From tt^o Management an4 ^tafff ,��� , ,  BANK OF MONTREAL  ' ,t   ' rl ���       '   -'1 ������*,    It       .'.    t   Ml- 1 ,<i       I     ..��, . ft     .      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