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The Peninsula Times Dec 22, 1971

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Array '1 M  "(I |     J  -��� f  V  I,     3  fv  1-)  S ,       ,   "    fj *4A {A**''  '        *'   '      *J     t'1;      '     -*���        i       ),*���*''  - ,i i* -*sM wm *tifA ,   i   y*  V  -: gained  -���,��������� ,���mM .., ������ -,������^ ,,���.,.,...p. .,.. ,    "ftwnt rate'��atrnpture ffor _peiTpit{i  Bpaijl chah'map, hm Typer,/eamd tJR # - Rrovii^aply fqr  a restively, sp^ljer  last*regular meeting with if plan, calimg    fraction qMotal cost of the'service to  for ��� substantial   .IpcveHSPs/ tp .gliding    bekreepyerptf f^m vse-re ...vviJU,^ sujir  J^ceneeJees-witbiivthe^^Pn^l-Pistwct,���stapUM-Wl^dy^iw^ded-by^eppraMa*-  i-   Reading from > ex prepaid, report,/ aft--; fttipn-    ^ *  :       ,   ,.    -  ^ot   <   ���    ���,_  petor  Almond  said^the  faqmrnUtee  |i^":   "The . ^ommUtee.. therefpre,,j|com  l-ecopsidered the scat@._���pjt building Jees     ~~~J *~    iL-J--1     *������*-���  * With intention  of bringing   them  into  .closer relationship with ���aetMftl >PQfi.^ Pf  building inspeptiop service, ., ���. v  ��Wo were fully aware at all times  PI, (SlipWpWpPpp  r�� :l v v!,^ina diy^Vti^'Wast;(Ho\$ %(��# Je^ervj^lnlet), Inc'lHflingf^(msIIpKHppkji^^^in&.ekntJwmgt^ndino,'$ibm%W��rtsCrW)i  JP�� fcQmeWftat more propoyuq^^t^. to afl?     f*r= -=-'���*���* ��-"*- -, ^tw-j,^^?-       -���' T-T"-;���-ft ������������'^fv -r-i-;������*-'-* "^-tt^^'/tgi'-VT���f"-"~- -'-'���-  ~��� ^"'-"--; ^'"'^������ *���  LAR6E$T CIR1PVUTI0N 0IF AHY fAPER ON THB SOMTHgRNi SMNSH<NB <S9AST��    .VQlMmi ?, No 4 - WEPNESj>AY, DECHMPgR ??r \m  WpHdV'a schedule" of "fees-apt)epcl^4 to  ^y--kw No. 0 (1067).be s)mended-tp- ppiv  root the presently rather unfair' d��st��'ibur'  tipn pfi costs without causing, any - undue'  havdMlip tp' the buildev- We ahio believe-  that building inspection is a Sewe which' - Hwt ft'Wuve reajistib and pvoper fep above  uhimMely benefits the whole cpn��rovinity,,fc.,�� m'Ste noininal level will enhance the  mul should be'vighlfuH'y supported'by " Importancei of building inspection in the  general ta^atipp. to a certain extent,  "On the other hand, the committee was  also mindful of the reoqhimendations by  the Minister pf Municipal Affairs who  strongly suggested- ��ohie tihie ago that  lpcal authorities could and sh9Ul(i relieve  oycs' of those applying for a permit.'  ' New {.cheklule of rate^ include schedule  ArwinimunT'fee of $10 at the>ate of $3  pe)',$l,Q00 "building-post UP to $15,000;  between $.15,000 and ,up to $30,000 ap  additional $1.(50 per>'$1.000; over $30,000  '���* r- w*~���  ���*���  thfe 'taxbuvden by -charging .more realistje \ w additional 75p pay $l,Q00.  fees for 'services pvpvjded tp individuals  , ' "Ip light of the fabpve, the1, cpm^Hlee  came tp the1 conclusion ' that greatest  benefit from Jiuilding inspection accrues  to the builder who W^ become the owner of a propefJy__apo, safely con^tfycted  building, Not much less benefit will-gq  .to a later buyei'* who te assured of ac^uir  Schedule  p;   mipimum    $10-=r-$5   per  $l,pQ0 pp to* $1&90Q; over- $}5,QO0 and-  up - to $30,0op ��� an additional $2.50 per  $J,QQQ. Oyer $30(000 $1.75 pen '$1,000.  - Schedule A includes: single family  dweUipgs and',a}i| structures apd installations appertaining thereto; .Schedule B,  ��Cpmmerpial,  industrial,  Multiple  family  ing a bound structure which was subject    apd  other revenue producing  buildings  *_     _i      ; a 3     ...ill. 1��~..~~     *~        ' flr^r,l.,A,**rt   M.inlavnc I    fmm.imanf hnucoc  to close inspepfion and will" oonfoj|Ti to,  -till requirements of the CapadiarLBiuldhlg  Code.       ' ~     J - '  *fAdvaptage to the coiflmunlty1 at .'large  _ and particularly the taxpayers who dp  ,n6t requh'C tlie service is only indirect.  Therefore,   contribution -.of  the  builder  toward -overall cost of the service should 'pqw be $10-  (including 'duplexes,* apartment houses  etc.) and all structures appertaining thereto.  Upder the old scale, of rates* cost was  $2 per$l,OU0 up .to $35,000 pl&^ 50c each  additjphal $1,000 over that amount. Cost  of ,1-eipgyjng a buildihg was $3. It will  By Rivto Straits Ltd* * * * ~  'Wood-WastedUposalplan.  sought in Port Mellon area  '**'��� +  ������*'  ,* �����.*  fi.  0 v. *  4>    -ijf  ���J*,    f     '  t^a  r "a."**  x  t  ��'<  *U    r  0  I  .t  /;  0 "���  ���QT'*,'    i    'f- v  ��� *i  m  \  mfi"  n>>  aV  < * ,A  0*  X*  \\  'I.  U*  ��� a  ��� i  H  V.  L  .' ^ <  ��.. * ���  -ti*  0* ���,  .i��i  .(  *���*-  ���>:'%��� S:  if  ^ *  ''.  I  A  ��  /.  /  ' ��i  IlIVTO' Straits Ltd, which,' amofig-other  enterprises, has a small gravel _ppera-  tiup at Iijast. Porpoise Bay, se'efcs to have  jfn area near Pott Mellon designated in  dustrial with the object of establishing a  log-dumping apd processing prqject together with an" op-shore wood-waste disposal operation.  Letter from the, company to the He-'  gjopal Bdprd last week pointed out that  popcein has been expressed by various  organisations regarding the problem of  Waste 'wood in tlie navigable rw3ter pf  Jiowe Sound and adjacent- areas. The  company < a'so appreciates this situation  ������ and has spent considerable time in finding a-sqlution.  As -a_ spnsequepce, the company has  p-jade" representations to ^on. Ray Wjl-  f  K.< *  Xi  4 &  f  I'  !���'.  *--   -,  J  \ *���   *i"  '  .#'  0.  J     ��*  ��  '__J  \ll  irt  1j  ���0  I. -Ik*  y* * {**J*- r     *  \*      **{.   rjr       *f  '7/  ij  )  ji  X. *  xeir-  ..    f  \  **^�� t  u  "i  M^gic, Moment  Sitting on "Santa's knee is happiness .pretty little girl qn his Hn��e israor?  1 ��3a  ^ren at branch 140 Royal Canadian  Legipn's Christmas Party held .on  Sunday, really Joyed hirn-  i.  elect first executive  ii^AtiQPBATION  of a Lions Interna1-'  -   ' tipnal Club at'Pepder Harbour mo'vedi  'ahead last Friday December l?lh wHl?  -twepty-seven signpdrUP meipbers, Me.eU  ing ~was  chaftgd   by  Jqe  pepper,   pa^t  charter phairman of \h\y Sechelt,piul? an4  .a "past zone chairman.   -      ��� ,   ���   -    ���  ^lsp' present fqr the occasion was district secretary Gordon Smith of Belling-  ham, Wash., who cari'ied put installation  ofr the new  and  first  executive.  The��e  were: ��� **  -President Gay lord Merkel, vice presidents FranltRoosep and Bill Boptford,  treasurer Fred Crosby, secretary Ttf��y  Kraft, hhxx Tamer John Haddock, "f^U  Twister Allen J��. St. Itemv, two yea^  r directors Llrv ' lavis and Harold .Clay,  ' ope yeai v Tecto,-s Peter' Benjafield apd  Ted Alex^.ider. '    L   ���  Next meeting will be January 5th apd  Charter Night is scheduled fpr .February  IPth in the Madeira Park Coptmunity  Hall. . >%  Sewer opportunity  offered to Sechelt  OPPOIiTUNITY for Village of Seehelt to  establish a sewer system  al a ppp-  siderable  saving  pveseptsi itself  wUh   a  rpport from  the  nepartment of ,* Indian  Affairs ftpgional engineer indicafipg plans  ^or' a -sewage treatment plant'fqr-the S?-;  chelt Indian Reserve. r   -  Outlining his proposal ip a letter to  -the Regional'Board ^sts week, the en-=  .. gineer, W- G-' Robinson questioned Hkeli-  hood-of the Bpard having plans to pnderr  take a sewer system for the Sechelt area.  He said possibility of a joipt facility could  " legd to svisbtantial sayings-for all cop=  cernpd- '   *  Tjie Board made clear the fact it h��>s.  no plans at this time fpr epibjJrlqpg qn'  a sewer -function i However^ spcji a prq-,  jpcl has been considered-by Seciielt Village' Council, it was therefpre suggested  . Mr. Robinson be advised' to discyss the  matter W'tli Council of Sechelt-'   l  * . I*  ��� '      ' ' "-'  tSt��^lgl?t��^l��if^i5iet��t?tStS��i-lS<IBStgi5��!g*Sl5ieKfSiaa  , 1  \  ?!  -ii  ���p.  essage  f��taff wish all a very. Mprry Christmas  - |md a H^ppy.'end Prosperous New Year,  /l'ho next edition of ^p/fimes will bo  January, Pth,        '   . ,  ANSWER'S NO     '      -  Hequeht by the Hegional Board on be-  " half of a part-time rpsidept that ferry  Commuter fares be extended for all property owners op> the' Sunshine Coast  brought a reply to the afiept that such  policies arp set by the Government and  aro cloiirly defined, B,C, Fei'ries has no  authority to make changes,  NOT SINISTER  MP Paul 3t, Pierre sous nothing Minister in motives, of tho Trudeau regime  }n> Its bid to establish amicable lojallons  with communist countries, Kirst basic  reiiHop, he hays, Is for an independent  Canada, Other roasops include, domo-stic  prosperity and "a peaceful" world.'  FATAL ACCIDENTS I  Motor vehicle accidents, in B,c, accounted for a total of 4PU deaths up to  Sopleinlier 30lh 1071. Second highest facility roll oamo fi,om drowning'* with a  - (o|a| of 111(1, However, while motor vehicle) lu'cldon! dent Im wore lower by IM  hi 1070 for Iho fin mo period, drownings  HciMMiuled for JUH.'TntHJ fatalities wero  i,:il7 in 1071 'unmpii'iwi to i.ioii in 1070,  bollrforlhe porhidjit tf��pt. !|(lth,       ,  WELL RECEIVED ��  ; Ulrii) nf iho (HhHopH Mhii and Mtt��i  Anewthiiiim were lh�� proud reuiplonM  of u clown-shaped coin bunk hriminlnil  with pouuluH, thu jjlfl. of senior o|ttv;oriH<>-  Mr, and Mrs, CIiiu-Ich Muller of HopklpH;  Lmxllng,. whoso grandHon playfl powpi': in,  anolhor area, This unHollclted support is-  /poatly appreciated by the Glbsnna Alh-���  Jollo Association. .  ,    Sti^missidp' from Rivto states  *'Onr company fa ipyolved in genera}  muV-lne towiogi bargjrig and, Jog sortipg  operations on' the p.C^ cpast, ipeludjngl  log hprtlng ajid' processing grounds in  Howe Sound in Mie Port Mellon area. We  own a .land area ,of approximately. lfio  acres) south of Port Mellop ,pear the  former Hillside grayol operation and use  the water area adjacent to it for our  Avalon Log",Sorting operation.  "The purpose qf this letter is to ro-  que,st that jho area from Witherby Poiht  to Port Mellon be designated as an  industrial area which would include log  disposal operation, This shoreline (unlike  other portions of the general Hpwe Sound  area) doej, pot have a "-sunshine 1 M��pe"  and is not desirable therefore, as a rec- 1  reatibpal or residential area, A map of the  area involved in our proposal is attached  hereto,  "Op approval, wp would propose to  hiatal m commercial'waste and operation  which' we fool is a badly needed facility  at IIiIh time, H'his operation would consist ���  nf li hogging unit npd Smokeless burner  operation and wc would accept and "to-  polio of, wood waste o,f a)l Mncto as;a  commercial,venture, In^lud^lng debris such  nt, Ik aeoumulallng In Vancouver Harbuur,  as well hh vvopden dPmpllUopTofupo, This,  niatorlnl would move to the site by bargo .  or two ����,reqnh'od to bo "homsed" and  huriiod as" ��?le��nly ati ppHslhlo;  ^We feel |he, first step is tn nblaln  from lho appron|-ja|o gnvernmeptM i����'  thnrily thp flesslnHllon Pf, the mirk hh ftp  appi-oprlufp Industrial sll for, thla purpose  and would appreolato any nsslfitaiicB oi'  HiiijijoiitlonH you may havo fprmirauhlr",  .lilieb,"' *,��� *"    ,       " '.,:,:  " ';.'"��� -   ���<'.,���   ' ' . ..:,  Tha matter wns turned over to thp  PlnniiliiH Commit loo for furlhor study  and cnn'sldorailon.  P....MU..       1-^,    I     im>      �� ,      ;        ,*    r     . . +L--  s'teoinglY oppose Boara actions  SUNpHlNBJ -Cpast- llegiopaf,,  I}oard   is  pi-esenlly awaiting'approval by Vi<?-  .tpj-ja  of  a   bylaw 'designed   to   increase  costs   of   water   to   the   \Vebt     $ecl)a|t  Waterwoi'lte'DiskJot,, The'bylaw -is 1^-  ipg pi-ptestpd by the w��te,r district and,  as a consequence, it would appear approval by Victoria has been held up.  At last regular meeting of the Board,  December Jflth a letter from the \Yesl  Sechelt Waterworks Trustee.1, rogisteicd  slrppg opposition tq thp prqposijj bylaw.  Chalnnan -film Typer suggested it bo-  turned over to the Finance Conimlljoo,  chairtTnan Frapk -West,  Asked by director Cliff Thorold If  thero is to be no discussion on Jcllcm  of thin nature referring to the proposals,  chairman Typer replied that when all  correspondence relating |q the mailer  in in it will t|iep be discuHhed by lho  eoininlltoo. pireclor Thqrold then asked  wlietlipr Ihis P]eant thorp wottld ,bo no;  (liseiisiilqp iha|, might Typer replied  that HiCa 'Hourotaity troijsurer ��� wrote |o  V|c|tjvii> earlier hut-so' fi|r tlioro Iiiih'  beep no reply,' ' /    >      "  '  *:��� .Dlrnnior- 'J'hnriild Htalorl' lic\ did not'  foor,tliMf 'fho Board's acl Ioph (p  iicuii-1  ,Mi\m ithfl dimiuHfiipp; wUiuthp iniHiniHi:  iMidll^ep vorya sounil, "Wo had' two brhil'  '���'iwppM'IBB'1 nml that Is nil", )ie said,  , - Th��, phairman ppinlpd 1 out I ihul. din-  .ciiHsiuiJH, between ,|ho   two   IhkIIos  luul��  beep brokep off at icquest of West-  |3pp|ie}!, Further, "we do pot kpow at  tjiis t'Ptc jus^t wi^at fho finance cpmmit-  tcp recommenadtiops W��h be. Opce they  come' up jvyitU recommondaliops thep  the matter can be discussed1', he added,  Lettei from the West Sechell trubfees  stated;  * ���*  LThe trustees of West Sechelt improvement District feel that the imposition of  the abnyo mentioned by-law Is? unjust and  unwarranted, We are opposed to the Regional Dibtrlel arbitrarily setting bulk  Wptpr, rains ,by byrlawi   .  Whether tlip Regional District' agrees  that lljcjn is a cqptnici in foipo af thp  present tune ior not, does nol plter Ihe  fuel I|\aI the mailer. Ip host handled.by  oq|ilr(ictt We believe thc establishment of  l^ilk water rales by 11 negotiated contract  |o bo 1 lpi much preferred mot hod, in feci  Hie only method, itusortlng in a by'luw  j(j;ihp ijnc of lpast resistance, u ipeuiw to-  ap easy mid-1''���'���'��� ;,. .���     ��� ��� '.'.!'".; 1  ,'  This hy-luw is pot a by-law1 for-the  wiling nl' hiilH wider ralefi hy tlie, llo-  , fiiifpul DlHliial gdperiilly, hut one ddiilgped  spociflcfilly foi' willing ruled for witqr  iispfl hy lhe Improvumepi, pistrlet alone  uiiH/o- iho Itwiiionu) Dlslvhif idoos 'pot self  water ip lii|lk to apy other consumer,  ,.,, Wo are. not "opposed to some .Increase  Ip tho rule utrpclure If It is doomed nee-  usHury. ihiweyor, we, ore, upposiHl to llio  setting of rates by by-law, and wo are  particularly'opposed to Section "B" of this  by-law? There can ho-no justification for  this secHon at all.  The Improvement District - is ��� paying  qff debentures for the installation of- its  mains and for improvements provided to  the source of supply for a furl her twenty  yeais. (These improvements liaye sjpco  been expropriated along wdh all other  assets qf Sechell Waterworks Ltd.)  Tpe Board  lias a short memory or  '���sob ppgo A-2  FOfl Pjjtish Colfthibians, t)iis past Cepr  , - tepniai Xe$v \x^ ^p%^'mpst P^tvljg; ���  y one.'ThplOOfh ���Amayeri>arfV,"of'fpur join- v  ing tjie popfedpfatigp pf Pansda has be't?'n *  .marked by great aecqpipiishmepts.- W^e ,  haye alsq been, privileged tq have.yisjtprs l  from many differ'ept coiiptries, ,,w|i9. have  assisted us ip our cejebrjitions.    -  Now we are enjoying the year's j^p-  pics| and most blessed celebration pf aU  ���t|ie feifiyal of Christmas.  The magic of this geasop strengthens  fpmjly ties apd repovys old friendships,'  apd as. we exchange warm personal re-  membrances, let us reflect on our many  blessings. We have muo|i for which tp  be thankful in this great Provippe qf  ours, so let us give thapk-s, apd mapy  peace and good wiU prevail among ��H  people the world, ovof.  My family apd I w|sl> each apd everyone a happy Christmas' and a joyous apd  healthful New Year,  Bi2i&ai2jai��i��)ji-A5j(Bi��i>(��ii^ft��i^��*Bia9)Sr^a)a)ajft)ai  BylciWB ignored  *,��ivi-w-r���t.if 4>����i*'l��i ^  /a  r Cff/Vv  .     0' 0  . & '*. IJ";   * v     r*J  rrj.       .    v.m,   t.    rr ..\,VI      \  '  *"-.  \>--  ".V 'V  ','//  tfH ik'M  \-  ���+*  ,.r'  '--.'���' -it .    ���    *  1 ���msm, ������  1 ��� , '   > t\ i ��  ***wit*  Two charged �� �� ���      i   I 'I' l'-u���r-l"".'"     '       ',   1 �� |- ���  ,', '     ;' "i" '-''a,  '      I '. ' ' '���'.'' I  tree morith~jail term  io^riiig motel fraud  :t  rtSiJ&K,  �����" r ��� V\   >       " a.'  L \     ���'*< - \     /... AV   \\ A' - "   ':-"'"- - ''  !i     , ���     s       *\    /  *"**\'A I }   \ .0* 0 .' .  -   .    *..   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An um*"- ,  lulu M (hm jo fiini similar hIiWnon n��,x���  mniiili, McNlcnl pntorml ,iv pica of "null"  tyMl��ii|d' wan (icptopcml |p (hreo monilin ���  In OplPdlu. 1 ' ','   ;'.'.   ,   Anlhopy liurlon, of (lllmonn appm>r"d  in Berliplt Dcrcmhor 171I1 chuniml'wltli  Ipiiiiilied  drivhiii,  llo  was Mloppod    li,V  IK'iyiP.ol'fli'iu-ri when noon In Im di-lvlnii  t-ri'iiiic'llly. lln. wan fhiml. PfiO nud A .  dllvlnH llcniu'O iiimpitiiilrd fur nun iiuuilll.  �� Ilfjj-I. Work of Powel} Illver 'appcuinl  befoi-ij ,|��(J|jo MMIolijlonrll  |ui|l \vrclc |nl- ���  lnw|n|{ hln uiTciii I'lirllnr hi llm 1,11111111111-  lo fliiiiwnr clwniiuii'of prnwinil mi prlvul"  ��� proprrly. Oiw rliHr^n Involving ntlnupiwl  ;��'|ili;y of a liallor at West Mw-Jiell ^"'  illnii|i|iii(!d  lliioniili  failure of  ldcnlll'l''u-  H011, A aneniul  ��|iaru��  Involving <m*'".v  , of a |-cfil(h)pci��, also at Went fl'ichol, wuk'  "pmvnrt. Tie' wa�� Oim'l WfiO,    .  .   )}i-y HIOBkwoll nf JiJiiwt Porpnlmi Huy,  enni'Uod wllh driving without molnr vo-  hielo huiurnnco, wuu fined pim,  JIOAP GHRClKH ."'.������' ���  Pullun have hemi uollvo mirryiiut t>l��l-  roiiilslilii MJ)ul."i!li��inlpf on miil'or' Vehicles  and tlrlvurn, It was rcpnrh'il Ihut up to  Ifiitt weokond nrr ���Hcrloiifi- uilPilemeniwF'H  hml :\mi," oiuuuiijUu'cd but u niimhur: nf  minor vehicle dnfociH hud hmm dlscov  'Vl'lfl. ,,-��� , ' '��� '' Ha'a. l' ��� j,-  . Police will h" furryhui "ll iml(l H��>  'Hprt'nf' the  fcMlivii iimitiop,  purlluulurly,  luiupipH at  wuii'lii'ul eye for impaired'  ihivorn,        ' a        '.; , ,   "!  '  WAitNma  ,., D|ivii|ii uiu ulmi imiiiindiut (Iful. |t,-li4  up offrpi-o |o Inavi) Kiiyu hi up iinullupilftil  vahlclo. Many puoplo, have t|i�� habit of  ,|��ur)Unu �� molnr vehlcln unulleiMl^l uuil  Willi koyn )of|- )n, llm iiinltl'ip. Otli'iru,  |o��iyi> Ihu vuhii'ln wilh llm nniihio iiiih  .nhifj- whlhr piirtUrmlr-d, Klneti for HiPsn  nffoMcci can, I'm) .to 4>ail,  1 .    '  UVI.AWS' within Um village' of Sophc||,  . are wi lax Ihul it.would uppeiir ||)oy  are lielug'ropoaledly Iroalcd-with I'op-  foippl, At this lust mculing us an uldcr-  iump, ,|<jo jiuuner bmnahl, |o light two  o>flsi|ng vipluiions which wore brushed  off as ['being under inveHtTgutiim!'.  Jtogurdlng ix rei;epl|.v  npepe'd    food  store on Pnwi'ie Pto'pot, AldtalJepner drew  , at|enlloii l'p Ilie'Jael llmt ll��p premises  havp hctm nppnod  iwn ^weplur wlllibut  approvul of l|ioAnipe|l or l>eiilllii|#eer'  lur, j io added t'l his sort pf thing m����n'  ' 'cnupdll (u, ft hud \\0, piuihuiiurly cou-  UaiahlorlpH-.tliowtrop blo�� wew'hiiyp"-({opn  llirnuHh Iwh'e lh (Iim )>mnI-* over n '.'HlHillur  :f'.'sillial|n^'.a:.s'.,'.,'.., ;,'-'..,'���';:;...y.Jy,,,.   -  Aid. Hen I'l'iiH uijimul "wo iniivd, ui  |||0 |)llll m'eeliPK, lllUl.Hl- hlJHhliws lleplien  |m jjranled pnly ,t\[\9l' 'm weivn will|ep  iipm-pviil frum ilm .|ioulih ipfippuiiir, hnw-  mv��i'( iiiuier-ihn nihinmiiaih'oil' 1 lumiswi.  , wp can dn IIMIit at (his,time, 'I'lmre Js nul.  iipichio he (tloiiojinlil wo' h'HH'I'i'nip iho  i|IH|Hll!|ur," *l|0  Mllidl ' ,  *'" AitnthuiV.��j!"ii'iiili'Jn" (ji1 pxlslejieu for two  or Ihree yearn Involves un old htiililipg  , / bi'oiinht. I)in��i llio Ylllag1', Inlwn purl��.  At llm tlpjo- Cii|ipi;l| wuu uHHiirud ilmt  wiiPiv! I'l'l'iiiir mid Minploied iim's  Ipro' woi|M l��> mure, Ihun imcoptfil  Ihu icnl��hmlh!i mwi, AM, lipimur ihi  mil iluii fiumo wijrk.hiui,Itoiin ��'nni��u on'  but for a, Mnpuidori)|i|o  limn  jjfui iilood  if j ia^��u M*" fsr*^*�� ft" ���* s* ^��i"������fo'" *!**�� i ���vf ii��r,"Ti ��"m'7"I ���,,",,"  hml /I ininilioroi' compluinhi from i*1'!-  iilontu in ihut aroH.       ,.,..,.,.���;..,,...  .  -    Clofk Ted Uuynor, when i|ueril|oned  on lhi*.��ltu|i|liin, rm|i| |in. wuu' fivy/un uf  Ihu mnlliir' uud Ini'i|ivei<lluii|iiUi il.   .       \  ��ua'wau, '      /.  Hubsi|iiitlul (niunlilii's , nf earlh pind  ruck fill hu- llm oxtcnllon of a sea wall  along l'lonlcvajd ,w))| not Jowor cost, of)  Ihe.pi'onoHed UIOO^K) ho slurled shorlly;  io-*  o in  lll"d  POUND  1 Among lost items .pixvmily held at  llm poujwill I'ICMI1 ��lHlno|imnni hi n bl- ...  "yelo, IrunnlHlor rudlo, cur keys and vurl��. Mr, ypd OnborpM wh��PMMM��l"H"d on lhln  opu ollmr m-lli'loH, AH may hu ulnlipud pninl,:lold Counull his prl��o'rtr ^4iWW did-���  f>y uwiwv hIjIu to Identify 'lh�� propurty, 'nMt luuludu huuk-fill, \\ixwW\ ��u ^wJa ���  hu understands there iplghl he i�� hirgo  Muanlllyt, oil rouk available from lhe  hlghwiiy rceonsiiSiciitm which if frep,  would save a considerable sum,  i" l'Vi|lowJnt{ furl hop discussjop, Council i  decided that as money had bepn budget-  tod hir Hie wm- any additional free rook  available could he utilized for furiher  mjlopsion, Aid. Osboino explained that  ufwumlng sufficient mianilly Iconics  avallabjo for un oxiru two In Ihrco hundred i'eel,��lh'o work Involved ip Imikllng  pp Ihu wall could be emrled out I'nr an  extra $1,0(111 lo %\m\ This could moan  .imar compMlon-nf Hi�� enllru- project at*  yery low. cosi,  ���K.wiw left to Aid. l-uug lo diseuim  lho froii-work ii|luullnn,���wlHi llm Ifijfh-  >ya,vs Uepiirimeni onnln</er in uhurgis of  th" ruud copsirpcilon, 1 1  aunnHiHiiiiiiiHMiiiiniiiiMiitiniiiHiininwsiinnmQ  Ad-Brlch  point  lhe way  lo action!  In Today's Classllloclt-.  ��� fi000nnlWn00n0H0^l^0lH0^m^,,^n^*m���*���^0���im^Hm0^^w0m*0  AUmiHJIoN for Mile, l|a||au mako: lliu,  pew, 1U0 huiiif, ,1.11)0.     '  i�� Tlnios Clomfi^ls |flop|,' ovnr 3,G00 home*  ��� llnm cio*��|l|i5rl�� 00 INTO fha |iopi�� �� ��'  not Pn lowps, fctifloln or In culvorU, ,  ��� Tlnios C|nM||leito qrp |(jw-|cof,|, liloh-pqlcpcy  boId�� |9oM.   - V,  I �� Phono llnoij open Sunday; cloasifjoti  H!SSBH!BSESlll!SPNNISW����*tf^  itt  rr  ^  U"  p&sxAji8i%: *��*  ^8wf*>i^(aj^J|*^^iji^%^y^iii^^ u  '. > It  - A,.  i  ,*"*  i  ry  ,      '-   ' '..    i'l|   i,V"'.    ,    ,'"'        T'r"V     ��*M ''       ���'  <      . >' "��� I4      -I       i'HZ- ,     *- ^>     * ' I. l ,'. *  **,' ii*.-.  Bwle* Comment  X     a  ,   - - -   " ���   ISM*"  t*t  S I  ii  3"  .���f-'l  ���'* Iff'  1 fj\y' 'Aj' }\.    '' \,   PGtiti&*Q���W^tEn,MW~���\       " * \ _ y. ... ���\...  --  ,    V*  " ' "r    " > J * * < I  0 it��iewot%\* mwiet     .  * could 'have* depending, on how-vapidly  h chwg^^ccpfs in dirept.PVs, This >by->taw-  Pwgq A��3 The Pentose times  .WfwWiwJtfV/PPffWhlHlf ftvWI-  *"* 'J"- '���*"  :���" vfO'-";"' ���l,";"v1|nn"-       '   ���     '   '     '  ����� i "' --1 "  ^WH/Vtwis-Wtce the, spirit* of c^st-  -  '   '  /���   iVihB Mo .'ttrilill   Utrt    o    r*li��" ttaphltalftirih  tab* VMto.'lHft <t .dim4 twoMw^Wn  ^Mte season-to be wary,',  *** *���, iV\       ��w,que8llo��is answered  i-  ',.,<���    *'     -      i*, -   'i -       -���  t^yiiaSwfJNi \w wW>!CommoniyZealled ��� .���������or^-���.,. ^���.,,._r ���,.. -r    -'. -the H Christmas' Btoty.* in \\\*%< -a"epqnd 'could t$& UHe'aWM' jibfae'of fye f*r  chapter ,of ,lA��Ke, .vers? tH,,",wf; read, tempting pirenms^npBs, wJhfoh K ,d.naa"  "Qloiy to Q# Vthe-rlughesV&nd.jjn ^Qt, and - thefe < is-rin safamwd afialtiat  "e^th'Hehp^, ^oQdWill,toward m0n,"'What ^ntiire inpre$BV      j'-- ' .     i r ..   I  ' etrti' tjtfs 4WM' tox thosp yfoA. m*\. it .'or     '. the Improvement ttfatriet dias not ^P-  hpm\H ^ipn" there la everything but um\ to negptitit^ �� contract, enly,Bsked.J  . peaeg in tjte,\vnrl<W ^ s   j' >- ; ��� * . thnl nefjotlfttipnfl 1)^ a��np6hflP��|.'tWrQp��  :-f & i.  i.-.��.#Ic��9*^Wtt;s^S��K#5^��#C*��<^��a��BI^  ��M$ftm>: feii|^ ;%ejjlMfit' illsi^f  "^s.  ���,,,,, . , Anawen .The problem i? not n new   arH'y due to the Iteginmu oiuiWpt,^pevV  Thnts right���w��ry not merry, - onBt j|V tj^time of the prophet"Jeremiah. endns extrentP difFiPViHyi��f>s^aint��inin0  nnd wmAvfully��� vvi|l -prob\ibly-~TioVcr���;���ehTistnTOsn^sTTsntrsYh^^^sp" Tpia'H.qj- the Style fecov'da hia wpi^s a sufficient supply during pfcaU.demand  again VeUmvaa" it s^on ot goodwill, ahd tc��-tu>-^.y��lo lpgs�� electric lights on. the- ��'rpJl6y have-healed aisp the hm at my periods-durinu ,tl\e jtost fvm��m*ri Pi>jce  4mppy-fmnily get-togethers, Lost is tlie   tree, holly,    mistletoe,    cftrojs, Sant?i   peqpte slightly, paying,' Peaee, ' Pe��gej  .     famwyuoF S��ntn Clnws ond his rein- Clans imd oU4hat sort of sewonnl rttttf, .-.when W^5 m. pw* JJ'��w  ' , deer a^l fiw immense thrill when the ,)oy. innocence, n comfo^We rof��1.' <     fdWiSWSyw^rJ M  :     pld/gemleman came to town or-np: 7.Ttoke chriatmM tree light  or in-   ^ffi^^'S9^|*tt?*!!�����  - ^e^dlntiloenrstore; The"whole haj>py stance, They're, HiNo-No  pn^nlLwA;   S^S^S ffi'SSS wim wK  ,t  -0dventtjfe hw -*��h ' almost eomplete)y ficinl-treeg/The fire depnrtment would -���yg Q8i^,5^^5^58,5^  ^destrojfedvbyJ: the /sharp" wb> of' corn- latjier yon didnH useiU**?^5 S ful   lhp &aD^ Avay,*Phd waiU;thgvein, Rhd^e  Knowledgfthle ���yonng ,ns n means' to  obtaining digger imd *"**-" '��>����*��������"'=  v To the Hverago parent  to spend, Rpend nnd  ~r> ..Ho\veyen we- all  . but" few really would seek"its; end for  The yule )og used to he so comfy  these difficulties!' have nlrheen/e&ttled  tp the satisfaction of the .flegipptd'pis-  tript, the Regional PMtrtet -absolving  themselves nf rp*3ppnsibiiitv entirely now  or in the fntttV6, ,it }d rigtrt .to t^peP't  that slppp .these .fritters* havia be^n settled tp their 8{disi!aotton a- epntract eouid  be negotiated amiably as'to1, terirMi and  not have tq report to a .by-law tp fix  thpse rates,; '     J . ,<   '*J  The I^eqipnal pl^triqtitjpp^ycta other  business of the-Board'by-opntrttet.^We  :*  !  CusJomera of the RogionOl District Water Aufhority aie advised  thot awMnta not pdid by ewem^rjlli lWi>lll to In arrears, If  transferred to tKe Provincial Collector fp* cfevllecfion as taKes In orreors  these accounts will he liable to the addition of interpst, at the wrten?  rate applicable to ench tqK09f *     _  '*';<jLa.\*       CHAFES F, 600WNQ  I \ ���* f . \ ' A *\ rt       * *..  ->     ���* ��� l 1 '  . f  i*��*^i>��tf0LUWm't&M>t  U��<an^l.M  JuiSJr s>;  Wn*t* ,"'JTOB��'i!'aSI��ya^"'^lHatT''' 90ti0^tJf00Wi*'SlaSJ!)'f'^SMV*-li'i^VV0JVi mi^^Mjmiif.iymHui0/0amm ;  If^-you drink, don't .drive, .Better ,still,  it ts still iLlirrte for ,ce ebration and , if^y'ott drive���don't drive,  some goodwill, evemi ony to end an- - - - that'leaves,iis:with tlm Christmas  Other year;andliferald in the new. Most" dinner. -Wnitl Drop that /fork! Pon't  _ toportant in .these modern times - is ��� the tftKq, ft y^m6t v/ith aU ��� those additives,  fact that it provides a welcome - recite oygiwmaWm calories' and mercury the'  ^rpm;the-year-long ravages ot not only   good oJd: Christmas dinner 'becomes <o  as the wicked, continue, there oah be nol  peace op' the earth among men "-'Unless-,  Qod-were to overcome UVe5 wicked, by  force,- sipc�� jt> is'quite obvious that,WBp'-"  kind will'nqt be overcome by the ppiwei''  of, love, For��-those who accept the'groppet-  of Christ thel-e ip peace: ���'Therelpre.iPevPg '  justified Jby faith, we have peace with I  God through our   Lqrd Jesna Christ:"  {Rom. M) Ope who has this pe&ep'is  not overcome by the forges pf -wickfcdhpss  effect us.allin one way ahdUnotlier^ SiS^SaiiKH^^S^ &:i&?&?^  ���    If commercialism of the "Christmas    \$iX dlity; Word,   ���  ' V    Y": '   ,;-' fu��er life of peace'm)d joy. The early  season'is not enough, then'there is the        Or ^ponfjse,* yon can always go ;to christians met death at the handr at the  question" of pouring-* troubled   waters   church. On second thought, better check Romans,'with songs df praise,  tlpop some of the rather'more simple   with'yotir-psychiatrist, See-What he can . /."Y-t'   >  hut joyful aspects of the "festivities We   Cto about your-guilt complex when you= "* ���'*'  ' '-     '    "*"  know you re not/goitig to .be -atonhd  again wntll Eastbr.        '   ,     . ',  quote-from an article-- submitted last  week:  Dm Topics  NGED TfMPORAKY  .o'wlc&'rieu*?-  ,sos  x��SCRPTAlHAt.  OFFICE SERVICES i  ��� ci?!>4Mppty^|l|pd ��� J     - '  ���*��� Secfetnrlw  * Sfeiios ' i  9 Copy Typist* t ,  o PpccpHontsts  t BopkHeppetJ! K  Oy houf, doy, wok oi month  Phone 0Q6-7326  A��d tffor f>H0NMN ��ilctP?iofi;  ond fyplna-jerYlpB . ���;, sqitjo  4w dgiiyery, ,.,.���-- "r,    j.  ^0f0A\iii*,\�� ji, \\mSrS*, ijji rffyniw .iramn ��� i nil * j, lirfln .ufran  I;  1  h  'n  A  ii0*&Zi&iib$��iltm  CD  SOMETHING of a sorry situation exists in Gibsons with regards'to the  "AW ypu iQplf.iiUe Bugs Bunnyr-^fley ,  Beaver, ga cpt me'a treel"  Kids vvith "buck" teeth arp really  hurt,by this-mockery, but it Is heard at^  most everyday .in schoolyards across  Canada- In the past 40 years, access,, to  1  4%  ^.mmmmmmmm  child to the city  Hcaiion difficult to comprehend or, often, even understand, Our opinion "was  municipal ejection for it is^not a cjestr=���s^Wently shared byihe voters who were   ^B'sSlaH^fSordentia^VuBed'to  able situation when the only candidates    pot mislead by ill-conceived subterfuge,    straighten crooked teeth was restricted to  for office are ejected By acclamation     * However, Aid, Goddard has proyed   the "j?lg empke" centres.-  and, in fact,' a seat is left to be'filled    himself a dedicated member of council      - B}g city kids���and even here the ones  .by appointment . ��� he-is to-bp-commended-for .having''the    in-.the  upper income, families���mostly  Sechelt was little better but did, at'' courage < of his convictions byseeHipg   benefited |mDMhi^|Eeciali?ed form of  least, get a full slate at the .last minute,    higher office and, further, he; has the   dentistry callgd    orthodontics   in past  Even so, "it is not a satisfactory situa- -Btipportof a large number of taxpayers,  generations.     . . .  , tion, particularly in a case whereby a    who voted for hint, Herefpre, it would. ���J^SS d^ts|J^ CnirVun-  -pe�� fears to risk running and pos;   seenvhl* appolntmenMoref.il tjie seat   ^\&Sk^^  sibly losing against a competitor and    left vacant would be a'logical tollow-   and bother 6f taking a   "" '  therefore waits until    the last minute    through'. -    -  when there is no fear of opposition, This, of course, will be -a .decision  Something of a similar, if npt worse,    for the new council which might have  situation exists when it" proves neces-    other reasons for eptertaininga different  sary to make  an  qppointmeptf  Here    outlook. We can only point to the fact  -again is encountered the unsatisfactory   that it is-a young man's world and for  business of "people who lacked the cour-ri   any community to putke    progress in  age to run for election but polUic";flf(er~'  these fast moving times'calls for a young  wards to enter by the back door. This/   and progressive attitude, /This has to be  Obviously* does not provide the best    tempered with a little maturity and com-  matetial for what is an important fpnc-    mop sense and that is where Mayor  tion, - Wally Peterson is able to play a leading  In the case of Gibsons, one would    role. He has .provided &uch guidance in  assume the matter is reasonably clear    the past and because of such maturity  Cut! We refer to Alderman "   '      '     '      '        ' '*"    '          !  dnrd who resigned half way  o  !-���������  ...li  o  "lit  a...,  ....  ...��f  4*  Sugg^slBons for:PAD  ���?, Boot Cushions - Life Jackets *p&  ������hi  5 CHAIN  is rarely necessary. Modern technology  has also slashed the actual cost of this  service, so now the town boy can smile  with the confidence of h|s city slicker  counsin who'd l>ad his teeth straightened*  Often the phild�� with protruding-teeth    5? CHAIN ^J  is a victim of an inherited, trait, Others }'*���*  SAWS   ff^oiil   i|  may have'had'thelr tbeth crowd together    o  after losing- their baby tbetfi too poon.    "'-"  Ip both instances, the child can be helped both physically and mentally.  ���Canadian Dental Assn,  Boat Spats i Paddles  m  o  llltt  o  HOMaiTE-McCUUOCH  StIHL - SKIL  two year term after serving three years  -on Council, He resigned, clearly not  through lack of interest but rather from  a Hesire to do more by seeking' office  as Mayor,  It >vas our opinion that Mayor  Peterson has served the village well'  despite scurrilous attacks in a local pub-  0m00**m0*000m0ipm,0m*m000W009mh0000*0it0u.*0m-0tfUm��w*,  Published Wednesdnys at Scdvjk  on D.C'fl Sunsblpo Coatft  '; by  Powell River New Town Crfor  Sechelt Time* ttd,  Dox310-Secheh, B,C(     ,  Snlwrlpllon Jtntesi (In advonce)  I-ocnl, $finer y^ar, poyond 35 mllM, $7,  U,8,A��� $9. Oyerseqi��, $10,  Hervlne* the wta from Port Mellon to Hginonl  (HOW fSoiniii to /ervin lllkt)  m*0*00*00m000m0m0i*L00i0imH0\*L,nmm0nmMmmmi*immt,mni,m  Men and women behind b&rs are able  Ken' God-    has ignored the cheap, Utile campaign J�� sJr^e i^aC A��� ^2? wS  through his ' launched against him by those who have J�����^thj��-W$<lffi^�����  unsuccessfully    .sought    to    dominate wj,0'afe ^retlt3   prp  enabled  to  send  council and its actions, personal gifts to their children, And ex-  We now hwnit with interest' the ap- perleneed Salvation Army officem help  pointmeilt of ; the  full council  comple- them preparp fpr one day when thoy will  ipent, , return to their families,  i cm saw mm  CQwrle,, Stree^ Sechelt  005*9636      '  �����f"  o  0*,..  ���ir  ���������I,  ���>....  ftStf.  o  lil"  f&f  To. our frlends^nd patrons...  we wWVyoii thebest cluring the  coming Christmas and New Year  -****-*-  ag.'JgMf-SSK*!  ..,.,T���r-.���J ~'*IJ l-lf-^jl- ���-������{  BECAUSE-...'   '  Wo are moving from Davis Bay to Nicker son Rd, (off  Nor' WeW Bay Rd.) In West Socho/frwe w/// bo unable  to r)ivo you our APPLIANCE SERVICE until January 26th,  1972, We will be phased to servo you f/ierj.    ,   '  .   wmi bay mammas  Bok 570/ Sechelt, D.C. Toi; 005-9310  * i, ���JH0*mtiX^**0^r,itfr��foat#gi  itmm��10kW*&m0.m**ii0m Hlm**0Wmi  ^WMMDUff  M0H fmilt.r-tmiiill.ili'fm  s  P^\\  m&pA  '.���������  01   -Jt$  J^\.-��  <��v*< 1  H'?'  *S  \ ^  ���j  jj^yj  J&^'i  11.  fl  WH��iWm- -um... i *.i*m���i,m0*m   ..^ih..m.<^i,i>>,i.  ,.,, , ��, WfTy-y���^^'H"'"*!'! m^..*�����.���7.��� ...���.������.*���* ,.-.^. r..***  -0.0. ,,.^���>>^.^h *.^-"'���������  ..��..n-*��w���"fn*�����if r��� ��� ���"���        ���"����"'���* *������   ..���������.I-- ".w*.*-    ,  iff?? \m*m ,^m^sd)��^S^  % 1    :<    TO OUR MANY FEIEND3  1        \  >   .       ','-,.    . Socholt  ���0 L ': a ,  '' 0 ' I .     ' ' ' ���   . V ,   ''   '    I '    -  7  /// /'      -    1  f V (-, :\  *��  v V ���  ���' /  if  '    *   i- '���    'i-'IJjlmyJJ'"*  ,,v��   , v<-'. - WBy^J \i  '  'v^yij  *** .v  .     ', , 1.  *Wlt<Va M�� "fi i< Jub4*Ahi,  Th�� 9fyloMrJe^orn/, thejyoj*|gj roj^lpop,,  May av@ry Joy b^ yoMr�� thta lialy oo^tton*  'ir*  Lorry Chrtsfanos'lrniii'-fli^ ,  SniishlBia Comt Tribal' Coypcll  ��#w.*��i>i��w)��wfii>iw����w^^ 0>frj0^r0  I  mws Friim Ottnmtirk  ** r ' t   * i  . ' ''/;���';-, 'Christmas Seals *  *y.wiiM�� imf; aheetd in Seoheli  phttjs; v. ."' "  The proYippg-widP wrop&ten which  tjiis yoaf seei*:s $42?- thpu^and'has pew  .. . .   ,..    . _  a  ami the school is pne nf ita main build  inaa. There is a ��erpnd hiah^ehepl dawn  tha road, fcut it* is only a day-school,  and nvueh sniall&r than ours.  WRT &f reached the .1i2Qa,66Q m\% oqimpawdl'ij  presld- $179,857 for ihe same date" last year. '  upgdqiwtaie "(youth spW^bI's ps)   ept pf the-B.o. T^eiB4R^Q��^nMS -   ' ".-������'-����'        .  and hoisiwle (high fichnni). PngdnmssHnio * e&\\\ flnpjety.  %  On diivinq into town ymi pan pasily  Bpo finnde TlnJ-tUple np Unpdnmslrglp,  partly liaennsp pf iin sizf,JhMt hiainly he-  m\m of the dozens of windows lining  jhe biielt walls* The main building is  v. ... .  .. . .. .. ..... ...  ,_    ,  ^.Panish-jiradp fi. and hotelfpte, p?��^U ^o fpr M,pa2.M' iwo'heen -d^atatl  m-eda M-Mw uf the "hlglusptiPPl sUf ' compared tfl M9B4B % \\\* WW W&.  clents tmpJnrtmg my rppmmate) wlH fin- . last y&sr. ' -        *   "   '  \a\\ Kphnn] t\\ OJivistrnqti thi^ yt-m sn WP m|",ere is an explanation fnr it thmmh.  Will haye a Bm���p.of paw miplla in ft* q>hi�� "aai an SiSTCal VS$*  Ti^ i < u      .i    ,1      ,.. ^re out on schedule while there w a  '   HhinK neJJ yepT the apjwp} popidPUpn slight dalay id mailing to some areas  very old, alihnmjh dnqide H- is theroughjy   will double. Jt has,, bean held daw��> this igst ypar, whiph meant, reuUl*niH did aai  piodern. There are fpnr flapvs; the hasp-    year heepMse nf lap)? Pf Spflpe, bpt there $} receive their Olp-istmas gegi* at the  tpent ooi^ists_pL dining rpom,-physics apd   is a new ifldldiwr going pp -wt te ftip s^mp lime, and would, therefore, nat  (irt rooms, and a workshop where carp-    present'sehpp), ]t will consUl of another have had a clipppe iq return"afpniribh-  iMlPhPh, it>nre ciassi'opms, and many mere 'ttpps ps e^-iy as_this ypar.  badrapms. Thia is greatly looM jnrward This being *Th\\sy time pf ryear WllPn  tq by thPsJP flf Ms. Who have tp share qpe personal presqprea are heavy, "gentle re- ���  slnH'-and twp ctipboards, Mww���� Ww minders to residents who Kayo" pot yM  pepplel WP ^had'a pplebratlfih .tp mavlc pout routed, have been sent'Put- Whs fs  ihe layina nf the first bricks pf the na.w a reminder, too, to hsp ,ghJ'istmas ^e��i^  bijiidinH. mcih tpapher cemented in ope on hqliday rpay. Wl��n ypu'do/ft'lndl-  bvipk; and made a;��hort speech or song, cates yop are ip the fight against tuber-  ? have peyev'seeji this dupp before. pujosis pn^ other 'reapiratarV diseases, 0  Morry: Christmas! sijch ps emphysema and phfflhip i^pn*  pii^s and woodwork is dt>ne.- The first"1  flppr is a strictly business flpar���-lecture ���  Cppmsi  staff  and "classrooms.  Tl��e* top  |WP floors are the students hying quaiv  fej-s,��containing   bedroomsi wasprnprns,-  TV and reereatlpn ynqqw. . >  .    Pei-apse  the fourth and fifth floors  burned last yepr, the kids are now se-.  pariped with about ninety girls Jiyipg at  |he school, a��id (he bny�� l(vjng in rented'  houses nearby. These.day students arrive al fl a.m. and-leave by 10 p.pv This'.  ik one hard ami fpst rnle���all bpys old'  hv  io pm, pr a ti'M'her ehabps them  dull ' "     '  We are supposed to be up at 7 aim.,  although mnst'oj us manage m sleep until  7*4r>, then rup like rabbits iq.make.it.  downstap-s in time to egl. We start lessons  right alter breakfpst, and w��rk through  to fi p.m., stopping pnly for lunch and  coffpe. All together, it's close to ten  hours pf wqrk" each day. Quite a change  frdm the five' hour school day I hpve  been accustomed toi ^.ftpr supper- we  are on oqr own- We can watch TV (we  just got a new cplpr one), play ping-pong,  pi jusl sit drinking coffpe and gossipipg.  There is always something to do. Sometimes a group of ps will go together to  pne of the schopl houses, and as long  as we ore back ip reasonable'time, iwth:  ing is said by the hpli managers. We havp  quite a lot of fieedom, .and as Ipng as  it Isn't abused, we will keep it.  Lights nut is at l\ p.m.. and a teacher  comes, along witli a cheery "good night,  sleep tight" (aiyt incidentally, to make  sure everyone is there). One thing I  find very funny is that, like the jqke  about the nurse oiid the sleeping pills,  if you happen to he steeping at 11, they'  always manage tb wake you up I  The tepebers here pre a lot of fup.  Abopt once a month we have, a-teacher  ;���pupi) night where    students    pick a  teacher to  visit, and  go to  his or her  house for coffee,  cake and  a pjeasapt  evening. ' Often, too,  in  the' evening  a  teacher will pop jpto puj; rqonv? for cqf-,  fefe and conversation���-it all makes them  seem much mare like "people".  J y "We"hay^ a great variety, of extrp-cur-,  ricular    actiVitlesr-ping    popg,' tennis,'  football,, handball, yolleybpll, badminton,  gymnastics  and  swimming  in  summer.-  (The school  has its own beach hpase).  - Also, there are theatre groups,' drama  Flubs, ��ed Cross, mpvlea, pnd'toprs. There  pre two types of tonrEMp-cpuptry apd  PUt-country. About pnee a month WP all  pile into bpsses and drive to some interesting place within Jutland. TJiese are  ln-cnuntries", ppd , mfiseums, ohurches,  pasties, famous iaiidspapea, etc, are on lho  pgend��. Tlie out-countries .opcur lesq  frequently, and you.must pay half the  post of the trip. A -short while ago, the  Ifoiskole (high school) kids went to Paris,  and it coat them only ieo kroner each  (about tr\'A.  We have ten lessons each day, the rami law* being arithmetic, mathematics,  panish, Jilnglish, Qermon. social dtudK  phyiilfis, singing, ChrlAtopdoni, and homo-  W��rk, The npn-cqmpptltlyp tiphjecta pre  gym, poramlcs, drawing, child care, sowing,   and   the  different.  ri|uba,' One  fiim  awflwOTiy^^  i  mm  290 W. Ird, Ave,  . 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'. . f.argQ & ��mc||l  QQSr9B3a     '-''���','        ;\' 'SechfiH  BmmiwmMim rilMniiii iimi Inyim myu ibjif.miwni|M P  OM^n|i  ROY & WAGENAAfl  ' 0.C- Loiid Suryoypre  Marine RMlJcJing ; Porpoj6e Bpy  Sephelt, B.(3.  0Q5-2332 pt ZEnith 6430  COASTAL TIRE?  5ufl��t)lno Caoft H>g|iy/oy  Pok)19, G|b��on?, fl.Cf - Piiono (JlOft-afOQ  -^ ,   SALE^ANP SERVICE  All Prsn^ AvsllaWo  ^pndqy ffl SqtuMqy 8:30 q.fj), t9 5:30 p.m.  frHsy pvoplnsi I?y ppppfntment pnly-  TOWB^CS  iifliWWiiii^iipjywii  Scows ��� Logs  SECHELT TOWING & SALVAGB  LTD,  H��9Yy Mpiw.* Maying fl�� Ua Twlnp  L. !1|G<3��  Phono BBQ-WQ    '  TRAW2FCIQ  LEN WRAV'S TRANSEER  HoM��ohoW Mwlra* P?cynp/. s��orpfl��  Pfl<?Mno Mtlflrlslf Mp<*\i  tSmmharfit AJl  "JVpnMiw  **, 1 ^oy��r��  fltfiB��09l!Hi001# R'Rf yf GINon^ pffi  !     HARM'S TRANSFER LTD,  *~      ,v    VVARPHOU5ES  GfS>s</no 0P6-2172   .  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Town Crier  \     . %qhe|t Tim^s Utd,f   -  '$>t Sechelt, B.C,  _  E?'tqWi5h?dl9W    x   ;  PERSONAL  MQBJMS flp^e, 18^5, $,]&$,, ^inoipals'Only." Pftr983-8^3/ LIVESTOCK  room?, complete with skuV, -j> -1 -      v    7?08-4 ��v__l____  ing ��nd   alinninM^'.awning,-- '  '  - * '        '"'" '  ~  Pnly 8 ye��ars old:" Phone-B8^r .A/AM-rcrCVrk niiv/  7187. 7096-ttn'<<   WANTEP.TOBWY  -> 11  < - Member, Audit Bureao  , tr\ CirculQtioiri  Sept. 30, ;1971 t  ";    Grosn Circulation 2915  ^ ^  Pflld Circulation 2479 -  'fa filed with tha Audit Biireoy  <��t Ci)-cu|otion, ,?ub)e<;t to oudit. ,  ", Clqssifled Adyerrislnp Rut^t  3-MnB Ad-Piri^ (I? words)-  -One  Insertion <r���s ^-^1.00  Three Insertions ���'- $2,00  Extra lines l4rwords) ���,���'���20c  ^    (Thii^ rote does not opplv to  -!     qommerciPl Ad-Pnet?)  Box Niim>ers ���J 10c extro  5Qc Book-keeping charge is added  for Ad-Briefs n��t poid by  publication dote,  tagal ��r Reader advertising 35c  per count line.  Subscription Rate�����  Ol Moiii  Local Area $6.00 y����  - "Outside Lpcal Area ���$?>0Q >�����  ,U.5,A,rT      :    Ji��9,00 p.  Overseas- $10.00 yr.  Special Citixend  Local Areo _  Canada     By Carrier   *3.50   $��|.00  _60e mo.  Copyright ond/or property rights  subsists in alt display advertising  and other material appearing in  this edition ot the Sechelt Peninsula Times, permission to reproduce wholly or in part and in  any form whatsoever, particularly  ��� by a photographic or offset process  in a publication, must be obtained 1  in writing from the publisher* Any  unauthorized reproduction will be  subject    to    recourse    in'   law.  "In the eyent of a typographical  error advertising goods or services,  at a 'wrong price, goods or services  mqy 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  of the advertising spqce occupied  by the erroneous' item, together  . with reasonable allowance for signature, will not be charged for,,  but the balance of the advertisement will be paid for at fhe applicable rate,  A composition chqrge is made for  advertising accepted and put into  ,- production, but cancelled before  publication^ Change from original  copy; when proof is submitted fo  customer is also chargeqbfo qt an  hourly   rate   fqr   the   additional  ,    work.   : ;. < .-'   m -"'     , ,-  AkCQE[Qi4CS Anonymous -.  .. IfesttowMnaQ p.m��� Thu^  dpyjipWlteoh CreeK qommun->  ity BaJl, Ph, 885-9327/ 886-'  51343, 1. ^      4870-tfn  WISH to contact Letter Day  Saintg members, Phone 885-  SIJ7Mr 886-254U,   -    676Hfn  JTOUli - 6 - EIGHT    /Wding  Heanel^l Pranceq Ave,, Hali-  moon Bay, Ph. 885r94p9, Boofc  now < for Christmas/     7691-4  ���  1      1   r  CARD OFTHANKS   js   ST, Hilda's Anglican Church  Woman would .like to thank  all the people who so kindly  helped to make the. Senior  Citizen's Christmas dinner  such a happy occasion. Also,  our sincere thanks to the merchants who J^ways so ..willingly co-operate      ' 7738-4  SEASONS Greetings jto every-  one, especially the m^ny  generous "people and organizations who have assisted and  supported Ihe Sunshine School  ���Sechelt and District Retarded  Chi idi en's   Association.  7736-4  FORWENT  IN MEMORIAM  per  GODBER���In loving of a dear  husband and father, Fr^nk.  Pqssed away on December 23,  Loves Greatest Gift;  Ueinembrance,  Spdly 'missed by his loving  wife; Gladys, sons, Tom, Terry and family. "7750-4  ���SEttvlA   Park  Hall.   $5  - meeting, Ph." 885-9437.'   7343-tfo ���  WINTER eccommodaVron ftvail-.  ^ble from September, Sopar-,  ate living rm,. and bdrm, BfrtlK  room with sho\ver, personable  rates. At Howe's, 'Afadejrft'  Phi-Iv Motel, Phone 883*9454.  - Under new management  ,:TWO BEDROOM HOUSE  in Sechelt Village;  -,  abont'nOQ sq. ft,     "'  $15-?0,000 priqe range,  Cqll J, E. WhitP,     r  CHARLES ENGLISH LTD.  r      886-2481    ''  eyeninga 886-2P35  ��� 7727-4  QUARTER HO^E  FILLY      ��  IN loving memory of Donald  7534-tfty; SECLUDED bwt accessible by  DAVIS Bay - partly furnished }    good lane, 160 acres beau-  Top rpce ^nd ^how prospect,  Bright red chestnut, 8. months  old.. Very well trsjnedt IJas~  won in major competition, Not  for. young children. $500,  ferrns, Ph, Brn^hwoqd Farm.  Qibsons, aaq-3160 (Boarding gc  hpyses  fpr sglej, 7734-4  QENTLE  5  ye^r  old,Welsh  Shetland   pony   wjth   now  saddle,   blanket,   bridle   end  Shoes,  $150, -Ph,  885-2133.  774(3-4  000$ lpc$ hay, Ip? sale, %\  bele, deT^erp^. Ph, }12-94a-  ��m* '      y J   ���      . '7570-5  CpLE^lAN-^lbor fnrn^e, 50,-  000 B.yT,XJ��� $5Q? Phone 885-  aai3, �� '     ,      ''   "77^8-6  ���ACCORDION for s^le, Italian  like new. 1'40 H&h  Ph. 883gg79Q.n       772Q-3  2 NY^ON snow tires, 000 *  13,   pe^ly   new-  Ph.   pBp-  9970, , ,      7747-4  BRAND now 0 |)ieco bedroom  sMite,' sliil ��in cj^rten, $375-  Ph, 886-2138, '     7653-4  one   beHroonv duplex "suite {Wul    well    elevated   'nncle-  MacFarlane     who     passed    with   view.   Available   fpr   developed property,- yea? round   ^ncf PeWng^Ph  away Pecember 26, 1070, To-    months, Ph, 88M1662 or Van-- ^ Week, some ocean view, ne^r  couvev   228-0182,  7700-4  day recalls sad memories of  a dear husband and father  gone  to rest.  The  ones  who  think of him today, aie  the    ones - who   loved "him "Uest, ���  REPROOFS Road���Lot 75'  x  Sadly-missed by his wife Mar:       268', quiet area; 10 minutes  R5AI ESTATi  gery, sons and daughters ���  Roy, Duncan, Bdnnie snd Suz-,  an'he, . 7749-4  TRAILERS & CAMPERS  1970 KENSKILL 8 x 27 travel  trailer for sale. Private bedroom and full bathroom. Call  886-2064 after 6 p.m.     7725-4  Seciet Cove, $60,000.. Will  accept some terms," Ba* 31Q  Peninsula Times, Sechelt.    -  I   HAVE   $1,000   cash,   Want,  small    pifece    of    property  3 DUCKS imd  3 Prakes for  gple. Mixed breeds, Mpllaid  805-2353.  7742-4  F5TS  APRICOT,  cream,  black qfld  brown ��� poodle   puppies for  =?==  iMMMmwimu,  Season's Greetings  WE woiild like to wish all oui-  relatives aud friends a Merry Christ/nns and A Happy  Now Year,���Mrrand Mrs, pat  Malyea, 7737-4  OWING to sickness we have  ��� not hud time to send' our  usual Greeting. Cards to our  many friends-tin, tbe Sechelt  Peninsula, In lieu of sending  cards tins year wo have given  a donation to St, Mary's Hospital L.A, We wish our many  friends tho compliments j#*bo  season and hope to son^reqt-  Jntf. cards next year,���Mr, and  Mrs, W, '..tl, M��yne.      ��� 7745.-4  ���A    MRRRV   ChriKlmos   and  floppy Ncvy Year lo nil our  frloiicl.1 and nolglibourH.-rStan'  ���"and Pearl Ty��on,, :  ������;,:-,771.4*4,,.  kEaSON/S CJro��ll|)gu to nil my..  friondn.   In   Hon   of   limnl  chhIh, rlonntliiii to Ciiiitnil City  Mission,-���Mn'dgp', N��Vi'i>��nn, ,  ;      .        . V     77l��r4 .  MAGCHK Wray awl -poi^'Palor  ',,would   llko   to   wlnh   lliolr ..'  iimny roliHlvw nnd fi'iondH A  Vnry- Merry Clirl^tniriH mud nil"  llic Iio'hC In Uio N��w Ydiir,  77HM  HI0AH(>l?jl^r&T��77iTrmu:  fi-Uiiids find roli>,livw,--IJi!onij.  /md Hiil^ L��o,     , ,   .   7721-4  wViAHONH OnSSl (*>~JM' W  fi-|iiiiiirt 'nnd'"rol^liv��li,T-Tlff  and Mniion Ww.      "77^*4 ,  ���to * aijr*nwH<oinUVPrrmi��ir'"';  I'rkiidii,  wo ,vvlHl��','a|i,,iyi��iTy..,'-  clirl.'iiiniiK inH|,.A:H(��l��P.y Now  Ypur, '��������� llin-old,  Hlilrley  unci'  .W��iii<ly Winy. ' ,. 772:1-4  tWAMItm OronllMiW to'iillonr  mlnl|v��H   mid  frUwlti,T>i'l'\w  Un Wruyw,, .'-   ,;.    ,77^1-4  TO "'"'()ljj?-^fri��?ivi^- "Hmmwi'ii  (Jri'ollnutt nnd, IHwt Wl��li��;��  fnr 111?;',, Doniitlon in tl)��> lh>-  Ifll'tU'ci    Chil(il'll|)'H    AllM'Ma'llltlon  In Hon of C'lulHtniiitt' Cfirdrt,���',  Pul,  liny, Murk mid  AiJoon  Witt. !,., , .,     mil-i  mmmmmmm  (1IDSON3 AND SECIIELT  W��TON WW* i  ,  ,  ,  i�� pIcoKd |o ��pon��o��  ��|il��  OlrtK   Announcenient ��por��,  nnd  ��n|end�� 0oM, Wiiltoi fo Iha happy  - parent*,   ���    *��� ��� ,   *  TOMrrnntrMrii,' piivirt 'rimtiii  intif) Podman) m�� Hfippy (<���  ftnnouoco the b|rtli nf a dfunj-  htcr, tlrrinlfor Mario, B lhn. Jii  w.D, nt H^-M��ry'�� HoopUol,  , Holh rltilnu/wWi 7701-4  1  GARDEN BAY  Approx,  275 ft. waterfront with over i- acre,,^od^ for cabins,  home or hold for investment. Deep, sheltered moorage."--FEftt price  $26,000 with $I3,00Q down...  MADEIRA PARK  Approx. 3 acres of the finest view property in Pender Harbour,  $17,000 with good terms.   0     NEW WATERFRONT HOME  New, partially finished 2 BR 1,200 sq. ft. home with 600 sq. ft.  sundeck, on 85 ft. choice waterfront  lot.  Full  price $28,500  with terms.  .: r USGOON ;ROAD    .  '4 very good buildihas lofs. Easy vyalkipg distance to school an4  Stores af Madeira Pqrk, Can be bought with low down payment  > '  i   EARL COV&1-0ARGAIN  Large semirW0terfrontJView lot for $4,600 cash,  .   EGMONT WATERFRONT  200 ft, Waterfront, Has-2 unfinished buildings, On paved road,  Very nice  property  for development,  Priced  at  $22,500  with  $12,000 down  EARL COVE  A few lots still qvallablo on /'bis 30 lot subdivision, Priced frdm  $4,500,  '      MADEIRA PARK  Choice view |ofs on M lot. subdivision, Prices from $4,000 to  $8,000, Some cleared ready for buildlngi  SAKINAW,kLAKE  13,8 acres with approx,'330i It. waterfront. Full prlco $25,000  I        with $8,500 down,  MARINA SITE       ,   i" '  Cqrl Cove���marina, motel or subdivision slto adjolninp ferry-  terminal, Approx. 51 acres with approx, ��� 050 ft.'waterfront,  1,300 ft, on Hwy, 101, FnlI.price $75,000 wilb $30,000 down,'  .'.:    near Madeira pArk ....... ���3,a.;jj.  % Bit home orv'largq' vlaw lot. Own^r noty rebuilding, rode<forntlng  Ond also bulldln'p o "3rd 0R'In basement. f)|l furnoco, btovo,  Irlg.'Con bo bought now for $14*000 with termfl-roa remodelling  progresses, prifow|l|,bo qpcordinglyh|gh<irj.  ,  ��� )57'>CRK.'-.W!'TM':t^ER|*  p,L. 3678, with o -considerable omount of morcbantoblo timber,  lias opprox, 550 ft. o| wol^rfront oh Mlxalls Loko. road & cfpok  , through property ond an old bouw-whteh could bo rebuilt, Fiill  ;..;.���  price $50,000 with $25,000 down,  ui i  , REP^OoiS'ROAD  ik o Im'ije view lot. approx, 80x550, Look for ou'r-Mpn on"  |||�� property, Pfkod, of. ^,000 with terms,'     ;,  ������'"' .;, ���.: GARPPN PAY ��������� ��    ���> ',",.���'.'  310' ft, wqtorfrohb over 3* acres on 2 euporolo iiorcul^,, Very  largo homo���6 (could bo |0) Wdroom*���-on excellent start for,  a flfchlno lodge nnd r��Wt, C3ood bench, Iota of flopts, $70,000  full nrM, good |erm��. Or hopso con bo purchosed yv|lb 100 It,  :.;���;,;:,, ";' ���:1. ���'.;;.. ~Mywi^^<lT ,���.,., ���", .,:.���  Approx, t IY* a^m ol iomliwo/orfroiit purMlM view pruparly*  .   '       i Locotpl juM obovo ^��idolro I'oiKqoy't wbnrf,     >.  ��� ':;���'���;        pRr^nrTr^^ouH /.,'"'  1.  ,"  Hiaw 2 bedroom 864 ori, ft, moi'lol bomo, L'loclrlc boot, etoim  llroplnc", wnll lo wo|| isliog corpetij througbout, On chokp i>om|-  wotcrtioht lot ovorlooklnp f'en'ler Horbonr ond closp to bioru ohdi.  morfno, Full prrcfff2&,900 with $5,000 down.  00*FVff-***'0 ������lAlf*  WATERFRONT LOTS  ' Lol M���90 It.���$13,000,   ... Lot 2(^���100 ft,^$M, 900,  ,   Lot 16-^125 f h*~~$ 13,M0,     Ut 0���91} il,^ 10,500,.  Ut 19���75 fumm,    '     Lot I8-I35,fb���$16,000;  ... U'M--fl0 f|.~~$IO,QO0,  85 fl, wotfirlrpnt lot ot Cod Cove���$l3.00p,        ;,   "'  Approx, 275 <|, Wo|oflro|i|* GokIoii flfiy-~rY^00x  ,\.,,J^^^W^T^,   .:,.': '   "*'" -',.'   ' "'"~    SeverarM*ovollobloi " '"J;   [Atmy other vlow ond whtoifwiif loitf'ftf tf��e Ptwd^if Ifoibour of^o,  >^n.i.��i>.��iii��iHn|ii     i wwum ��m^i��mi...,...i,..i.i  uinni-n ���iiiito Mini ��   mmt  <  /jj\s~. ... ...   f���j*ti~* 0*-. /-*"���* j-*��� ��~w-,   r  ,RBAtTy,,I-Tp# t,  Phono P��nder Horfeour B83-2233  m*000mmm*0000lmim0f*M0mi*.000*i  i0mX00tmhm,*iimMm0m "  drive from Sechelt. Close to  pes and good fishing. Possible  y/ell site on lot, $3P00,00 cash.  Ph,   885-9654, 7678-tfn  WILL trade my $2Q,0Qfl equity  in North Vancouver commercial property le-ased at  $325 per month, for waterfront property on Sunshine  Cqast. Phone 112-987-8585 or ,  write:; Mr, B. Nygard, H05 '  Moody Ave,, North Vancouver,  B.C.  7850-4  2() ACRES undeveloped, view  property, Village ef Sechelt,  lane access, $30,000. Will sell  in 5 acre blocks at $8,000 each.  Write Box 310, Peninsula  Times, Sechelt. 7483-tfn  CHARLES ENGLISH LTD,  Real Estate & Insurance  Notary   Public   & ' Appraisals  SUNNYCREST   SHOPPING  -.., CENTRE  Gibsons, B,c,  BE A PIONEER:^ 3 sepluded  acres with streajto and -ttjarr  veilous view over Beach'Road,  Gower -Point. Roadway goes  into ,jthis place, pathways to  beach. .$0,000 FP. on very easy  terms.  ���   * 886-2481*  HOPKINS    LANDING:    Well  built cottage on big view lot  on   Marine   Drive �� Furniture ,  included in sale jat $12,000 (try -  your offers)" "Good" buy for re-  novaUon and enlargement.   -  .    ,   888-2481  ONLY $6,500 down cSuld put  you and your family into-  Ibis NHA built house, only  5 yeam old, ^located in best  part of Gibsons, handy lo  facilities and nice beach nearby. Very well planned, luis  tb|-ee good Mze bedrooms, FP  in living room. FP $24,000,  ��� "     88G-248J  LAJSfGDALE; First class viow  Jdtr"TKJlbhig   con    interfere  Wilb tbe view as it overlooks  blghwuy, $5,000 FP,  '    080-2481  'CORNERSTONE',   C} lb sons  most desired, corner rtoni*  ple'te with two DUPLEXES,  overlooking the Harbor, with  immaculately kept 'grounds,  with' fruit trees and patios, and  ntitdide. (Uorage sheds,, for ev-  iory unit. Two tuiit.8 8J>edrooin  nnd .fireplaces; oJOofjTc bout  and 8 units pho bedroom, cm-  oris, nil vory modern', Thin'  s n rayemjo property and  -sound , JpvrWmonl, Dplalls un  yfifltiml vind - vlowing by ap.  polnlmont only- '  WtrliW .Tbo Action Linn  RETIREMENT or BTAUTI'JU  IIOMI'! vylUi a vlow over Ilowo  ' Hripild, tlwd Kluwo nno Hflini  hoiiHo wilh part, bimcnmut,  flroplacu,. poi-ub, aulo oil bun  olopb '  dlujpplnu  gowe  ly woli' kopt, 'A bdrm, full  |)MH<im��nl. hom��i on ��pncloun  7f> fl, Jol, fJr��p|��i:o( bnrdwiinil ':--::' " '' -'"���  flcwi'H," viuilly iHitluoom,. fin-' CARS & TRUCKS  liilxul i'uo,. mom cIoho i��i lho  "wQeo^niiPT7>iwrrt��iCJ'"iwMiir  anxi,, F,��>, $({(l,il(li| wl|l��(iorii)N,  '.' 'Jl���'���','   "'HIIII^IIII"    ''",  3 llcdrnom homo mi nloiu-oil ij  iii!i'i��ii(' Highway III), c|o��o li/  CIHpinii,Jlini HKIO im, fl, (bu-  ��an, Mimri, f/miiiy yiioin, 'ihn,  phit,.(j( itoni fninlly homo, i-'oii  IM-hro. $2l��,ll()lb uu  jphkI JtrjVjiH.  iiiiin;miu  'Prlmii wiUoifionl al. llopKlim  ".r Landing,   Almoiit   an   iioi-.i  Whl)  I w nt lovol \y,aUtifroi��i  '-���-Mood   wwlmmliigM Eiiwy  bonl ,  niooiinK, Property In iliindmrnp. ���  od, ban vory ;n|ob ,\vt*M ami  luwiwfnd h t\ikm'ii\ pijtid wllliA  flowing, wabif' from  u  uniiill  iirook��..a. llodi'ovm'VMiy- Jf��v(!)y-  boino In ��M.'o|lout, Vmdltion,  FJreplat-e, Jiving room, dining  ' ronnii klichr-n .svith liritiilifid.i  b��r, ullllty and pon-b, ^biiuj  your appoinlmoiil to m-n UiIm,  full prirn $n2,(MWf'-  aliove   highway   in   'Roberts .Christmas, $50. $60 and $75  Cieek   Ph.  880-9909.      7739-4    Reserve now, 885-9797. 7049-4  FREE to good home, 1 year  old male pure bred Scotch  Terrier, Just had rabies and  booster shots. Crazy about,  children, gentle, house broken.  Ph   885-3132, 7741-4  �����Ih  GIBSONS: $500 down is alii  we ask for large  view lot,,  in F'nme location.  ."NOW you  can" buy an  hn-  .nwcuJate    4    joom    stucco  home bituated on large corner  riot for only $20,000., terms  too Fuepjace in attractive living loon), specious cab. Kitchen and dining area, utility,  A-oil fuin. in full -size bsmt.  K. BUTLER REALTY  LTD.  ALL TYPES INSURANCE  Gibsons, B.C,  Phone 886-2000  MEANER  MULTJPkEa LISTING  SERVjdE  7743-4  WORK WANTED  CARPENTER,   will   do   small  "r "jobs,   reasonable   rates.   Ph.  evenings   886-7461. 7666-4  IS your Bookkeeping a problem? Qualified book-keeper,  good references, will do your,  books in my home. Accounts  receivable, payroll, bank xe-  conciliation, -etc, Phone 883-  2749. 7732-6  HELP WANTED  AVON representative needed  at Selma Park, Hopkins  Landing "and Madeira ' Park.  ' Call collect and "leave name  and pb(>inr^n,umber at Vancouver office: 684-5388.  7713-5  'WE. need a finishing carpenter to do work in our home  ���this- is inside work��� Don't  reply if you're t|ip same as  all the idiots who mode vagup  promises und dnn'L show up,  Plume 803-2740. 7733-0  WANTED   .   SALAL WANTED  If you are browned off,  ��� ������ ��� try meat.  "  faAIDA WILSON  885-9746  ���' .-,-i 7(503-52  '    ^ -.      '. 'v.'-;; r   ���.   ������������.-  . J  BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY  fiPA W-? TIMK JNCOME - Ro-  fllling^and collecting money  from, Now Typo hlgh-rpiallty  i-Oip * operated d|flponfioi'ff In,  your area. No soiling To qualify you input buvo.i'ar, reform  tinvctt, $800'to $KI)flO ciwh, ftov-  ��m to twelve hours weekly Oan  WANTED���good   homo   for   3  months old black and white  .cat. Ph- 883-3740/        7719-4  LIVELY Christmas gifts, baby  Hamsters, $1.50. Inexpensive  used   cages   available,   P.hone  885-P427. 7720-4  LEGAL NOTICES  Member W the Multiple Listing Seijjdce  SECHELT AGENCIES tlO.  JOHN GOODWIN  JOHN^REEN  CHARLES G'ATHERCOLE  CHRIS CATHERCOLE  DON HADDEN  FRED HAVENSTAD  BOP KflMT  SHIRLY NY��3REN  PETE SMITH  TPP SURTEES  JACK WARN  ROD WHEELER  FORM NO, 1  LAND ACT  NOTICE OP INTENTION TO  APPLY FOR A DISPOSITION  OF CROWN LAND  In Land Recording District  of New Westminister Group_  1 and situated Secret Cove,  B.C.  Take notice that Mr. J. W.  Mercer and Mrs. J. S. l/leveev  of Secret Cove, B.C. intends  to apply for a disposition of  the following described lands:  " Commencing at a post planted Southwest corner of- Lot  <j07fi and extending in line  3d feet past and in due line  with" the N.W. boundary pf  Lol 89 thence due west p2  feet thence due -south 62 feet  thence approx. due East 120  feel thence approx. south east  300 feet; thence approx. due  east 143 ieii to south eagt corner of Lot 6075i and containing .  .0 acres, more.or less,  The purpose for which the  disposition is required is expansion of moorage tu existing'  maripa,  JOHN   WILLIAMS  MERCER  .fEANNIE S, MERCER  7087-pub, Decs. IB, Vi, 71"  _- , ,���_,  NOTICE  Application has heen madu  on bobalf of. Die .bndersigped '  company, to the Public Utilities . Commission lo Increase  public pofifiengor fares and.px*  .props rates between, Vancouver and Powoll River, and in-  (.ormadiato points, also to ip- ���  croose oliailkratos.  Subject lo lho conH��nl. nf  Iho i Commission tho incroasos  will lio effective on or afler  January illh, \,WJ  Dclalls nf'.proposed bIhmi^oh  may Im obtiifnofl fropi lhe office of lho carrier,  Any i-oprotionMiiiofiH roaarri-  DAYIS0AY ��� . No. 2217  ideal 2 bedroom retirement bomPi bright and convenient/ just  ' <3 years old, On large yieyMpb cleared and landscaped, clpse to  beach at Davis Bay. Cash prfck $20,750. A bank mortgage may  me orranged. Try your offers.'Don Hadden, 885-9504 eves.  DAVIS BAY No. 2388  View lot 10p'?<220' overlooking ocean of Davis Bay. Situated at  the end of a quiet street. Nearly level, rice choice of trees but  easy fo clear. $6,200 cash. Don Hodden, 835-9504 eyes.  SELMA PARK   ��� ' No, 1771  Nicely finished 2 bedroom retirement home, just 2 years old,  plenty of closets, well insulated, all electric, including furnace.  On lease |of 5 Ox 120 feet. Present lease $50 per annum until  ��� July 1, 1975 then 2 terms of 10 years each. Full price $14,000,  Try your terms. Oon Hadcfen, 885-9504 eves.  TILLICUM BAY ^        I No. 2385  2 Bedroom home, automatic 0|| heat & ffreplace. New kitchen,  house ji B yrs. old. Concrete % basement, double plumbing Real  value ,at full price of $) 2,900, with $5,600 down, Qood terms.  By appointment, Peter Smith, 885-9463 eyes. *  DAVIS BAY * No. 2311  Panoramic yiew lot, cleared, all services. Size 69.8x150. Fu|l  price js- $5,750, some terms. You can buy for less, but you  copnot equal this lot for-viow, location apd value. Peter Smith,  885-9463 eves. f  SELMA PARK No, ���*��� 158  For $14,000 full price, some terms, this 2 bedroom fully ipsujated  retirement home. Close to beach.,, boat launch & store. New  Kifchen and bathroom. Automatic heating. Peter Smith, 885^9463  eyes.  PENDER AREA ' : No, 2382  Fishing' stream for a boundqry, lakes all 'round and seq front  minutes oway, how much fishing do you want? 4 acres of good  , garden bottom land to rock blutf emrninence. On black top, n��  Wafer problems, good sub-div. if you must. Lqrge solid farm house  leased unfit next fall. Half down on $14,000 total. Jade-Warn,  886-2681 eyes. - ' ~  GIBSONS " T" *        No, 2389  In  fost  developing  commercial  area,  on  key  corner  praper|y.  '*950' of  floor space  fqr  business enterprise,  approx.  200'  ex.  - storage'and o 500' suite. All on Iqrgo lot,. $10,000 to handle.  Jack Warn, 886-2681 eves. .  N9r.2361  Gips'ONS .        o'    "  ",   , "  Electrically heated, wpll'plapnpd new'h'ome'vylth 2 bdrms/ pmplo  Storage and car port, tjoqd yiewf fireplace and car port Nothing"  to do bMt put in your garden. $20,8000, ��� easy financing, Jack  Worn, 886:2681 eves, ,     v  ONE OF A KIND  " : ' No." 238-7-  This distinctive styled home has po equal op tho Sunshine Coast,  Large 3 bedroom, full bsmt., executive quality house; js on qn  excellent |ot wjth large Fir trees, Dogwoods and Cedars. Ocpan  and mountain view, steps to sandy beacp, This won't last, Fred  Horestad, 885-2478 eves.  R. B, (BOB) KENT INVITES YOU to contqet him in regard to  listing your Reql Estate with him. and the firm, most likely  to sell ybur property, | am now soliciting listings jp preparqpon  . for.the pexf Issues of our '-'Free Catalogue of Properties for  Sale'' op the Sunshine Coast. These catploguos have owido  distribution, eyep to places like Arabiq and India! You cqp  depend op the staff of 12 q��socja|os |o Qivo tbo best of attention fo your listing. Always remember thorp is' NO CIHAR6E  ' )f wo DON'T SELL! Call Bob Kept now or at your convenience,  Ros; 885-9461 or offjco; 885-2235;  ASK FOR OUR FREE CATALOGUE Op REAL ESTATE  ��� ��  Bqx 128, Sechelr  AGENCBES LTD.  Phone 885-2235  (E,&Q.E,)   "������;���;.  ���' iiJiik wmdIUon, ^��()t), I'lmfrui'  i|i|0-P307,  77^-4  HMAUU Willys .loop.   CMMA.1  (bit lioad,    rinil|ln��   order,  w|��or�� iMf fin Is, Mrinnoli Look-  ,V(ir lld^, Iloborln'Crook, 7(H(|.4  i tiin^KflWAcT m 'liootiu,''  'i   ��)(!W   ttMti' GJiMUCiht.  nhi'  nlng nrdoi', f lOHO. ������b- l'JinmS  ni^fHiM,   '.��^;,l', i.tylMtn  Hitlo Umia, JA ihm', |wnit|1(  lid Ronditloiir >}l'Jri)i).ywicwlco,  j�� i m'WDli,   |t     -.*,   7��7��'Un  Pacific 'rarlff flervloo'Lbl,  Ag��nt,fon   ' ���  ;   fi'M,'J, CuAoU Linos W<|.  ,Tr,W'im\h iDuu, n, Um,  FOR SALE  im*\Wm ��ls nviillublo, froiib  ,110' cants lb, nr ,fyi coukeil,  Also frozen, n>, flilJI-jm  ;       ytllitbifn  MARINE ACCESSORIES  I'aiiif.���Mln'oiifa'irt-'^'l'4'  Canvaa���Hoat, jfardwaii'o  u'onip����snod air sorvlco  NYGREN SALES   .  (1971) UTP,  l��impo iwhwm, Qtomn, l\&  Kepi Crosjjy  jiwk widio  iuy Vlsaor  ntiih'Mm  iiwmm  t��mm  nu*\  v..  f^ENPER HARBOUR AREA  1900 fr. beowllfMl MHe fronloqe, 39 cicrcs wllh beoch,  Ex, Wlmmfng^ ������ f#��hlnp, fowling, 2 coblna^lBO car  'pQrWrsw&Mifr  Mnllml1<5d***frailer   parK-��motef���rmarlna���Ww  renrolf, FUU PRICE $158,000, Terms To Rol|qble  Parly, Phone!254*104^fler 6 p,m, Write1 }462,  i fast )(,t, yfacQiwr, U.Ci ���.'  winm\mmmmmi��m  v,.  ��'t > i  ���Lrtiniii.  a>4*   !  JMffail^!!*^;]^*^^^^,^  GOSPEL CHURCH  ������<Hhden<jmlnottepa|)  - sandpy s^i te- idtoo p,m,  - tvenina Sendee *$8 p.m.   >  PA5TQR faY- S. CASSELLS  PavU Bay KM and Afbutm  (2 bfocHs up ftftft H^way)  ' f  r  PEtiOER HARBOUR'  TABeRNACLH  * '    ^UfidenpNncjtiPhol)  SUNDAY SCHOOL AND BIBLE CLASS  #45 A.M-  Madeira Park ~- g83��2374  church sinvie^llsoo a,M'  pqsfor Rev, Vfalter $, Apkrpyd  M  I  0  0*   *  f  '���*     **  *���.*.,.    ^A*0r  -I.    art.   ft*.,..*      ,| ,aa, ,�����  �� �����  ^ 1  l  4   >  '**  -If*        *  -���I -5  ;o  j*        ���  *��� ���  ��*������������*   x.-  *.*��  ,;;,  Q> *'  b  i ��  V  r  ... *  i ��� ���  *.  -  �����  I*  V  %.        m       0*        l  ' "-    ! \V  -  i  The United Church of Canada  SERYICES  St, Jol^n'p M��IN Chureh r PavN B��  Sunday Seryjcp? - 9:,3Q q^j   '  Robert? Crepk 4|fiifpd  Sunday Services - 2:3CI p.m,-',  Gibson* United Church       ��� ��� " ���  Sundqyjervifces - 11: ] 5 a.m.     ,  ~ -    Port Mellon United  Sunday Services -< 7;3Q p,tp  ^U2nd and 4th Supdavs)       - 0    '  >.    Ministry  Rev. Jim WilHofnson - Gibson? - &P6-2333  /'   l!  A  ������?(.  I ���  -.     .   n  *���      r I  ' . ,��** ..  )  VM.^l1  ���  <  t t<  3.  'l   f  Ci  .�� ���  C^^^^ J^^^^^t: g^iiy?^ liiffl^^j^ TJ^: 1 ull!^ j^  r.  u  r'  //  >  ."-  ii *.  t*,* t  A.  . *  /  /       - ** iv  !j : and mrk$ ^^mi'jy'i  ���'::-.-,���:  ..'.���i;i>'5^<l'A'-:a i'"  ^  f"  ��  Happenings  Jh  ^'a   *** r  *>    r  *   i  -Ai  �����  The Anglican Church  SERVICES  ^    ST.H|LPA,SECH|l,t      _  Every Sunday ot PjOQ a,f)t, & 11 iQQ atm>  CiiURCM OF HIS PRESENCE, REDROOFFS  ' 2nd & 4th Siwdoy* In tjia ftioptlmt  \    3:00 p,mf      L ..  PENDER HARBOUR AREA  1st & 3rd Sundays In thp month at  2:00 p.m.  EGMONT  1st & ^rd Sundays N tho fnonth a| ' -  4:00 p.m.    -  priest: Rey. D. Popple, 8B5-9793  k ~fcy D?yid Hye|l  gpfr^[S,?MA^   pQnpertTrThej'clfts^s ^e  'i worHjng yej-y hard }?Vepi|Hng \<vf tlie  _jD}irjst^nf(^ Concprt^ The m\JBjo graqp?,^^  taking ptarf and there yrtll he seyer��}i  - $lttf��i t^lqng pljipp.^Yre ^e looking* fp^  Ward tq pn'^fteriigpR ot fup. _      ,*��'���'  !        Chri?ttne(?   Party���The   |3eriior   Oh^ff  and the Pplteihging Grpu^'wUl he epte^  taming gt the Qhijdren's Christmas fgrty  ���*                                   -0      y m . n  1. . '        ���       ���     -    ' 1 , -     . J, /'-Z^^r'iJ^-J     -  -' Gonciart Band    "'  l   ' '   '-'->'-' - JJ/JA  Elphinstopfe's Goncevt-B��n4 Whips Up.  master Mr- ATPlvm ^OamB*l^l-- Tftp:4  3 stottn.of rftytHm With tWOiiY^iy   students' perlarmanpe^Uy'.iU^fi^  numbers. m\W Googe ^jpm^s' ^nti   lhe- con^trtiejion pfs f|ietr^i)e.W-haniC~  Hp ppp S��ssitm, ftt the-Pjpe-Ai^p j-oom wtyo|i ,has-o|3%V"lsly^ii}ppn'm^.  N��ghl- .CQncert epit^ctpji by\ ban^   to goo(4 M8fe during th^ terVn. s .;. -.j  ft|W^iiiii|TWitfW^^  1f;F  -- -f.'-r-  Sc/iobJi0isfricf .^g ���'./ >:.  '   ' s -   ;  *'--  ;^  ./.     .   - ^00      i    -/    , * -. ^   ieb' ���  *��� ,  Baptist Church Services  BETHEL BAPTIST CHURCH  MerTtaid Pnd Traj), Sechelt  SMn^ciySchopI |Q:00 a.fn?  ..Morning Worship 11; 15 q.m.  CALVARY BAPTIST CHURCH  Pork Rd., GiNqps  Suncjqy Schpol^^S am-  Eyemng Worship 7:00 p.ni,  Pastor, Robert Allaby  (885-2809)   >  A WARM WELCOME AWAITS  YOU,  t ^  j A'  'fW��. '���  : d Tk*&>*.  'Dec, 22���7:30 pm. Roberts Creek CofT)rpL|n|ty Ho|l, Public Hpqtlnq re  Omendmept to Zonlnp Py-Law.  Dec, 22���3 p pn. Sechelt Uol��n Hall. Binao. Next ops Jqd. 12th��  Pec, 2B���May Christmas |?r|no Peace ond Joy fo Everyone,  Pec. 31���from 6 p,m. 5eehc|t Uglon Holl. Pronch.HO New' Yealr's  Eve Pqnce and Supper,  Centre, Glbsops, Pranch 3B O.A.P.O, ��ocia|,  -*~A  ASK FOR OUR FREE CATALOGUE OP RPAL ESTATB  on gatMFflayi Dopemljer ipth.'They^}U    FOLLpwiNG a3;e p- nprnjaer of^shprl ����,-'  fn case he ��aw,$ ship.'  also be going carpfyns. fri]: say^ submitted by lpc?l 4udet^ d^      11^  ^obihsotiVor+isqevib^pse'.he  ���    St)orts-^-Th0 house gapies are s^go--    entries in tl^ recent S^da ^oqk- Weejj-   Was a- hard worlJiog .man and ^sensible  ing  Strong   With  iha  Xinnca   nninXc   aa  fnX - fiOntRSt   in    Rfthnnl ' nialripf    4fi " fPKfttr   sett* .'   ���-.-    tr_ 1   -__j~i.  V...   ^.*, .   -   ^i" ,    ���    *  lo\v8^ Panthers 1  .by Rpad Ruhner   ,...,. .���._., .     , .        .,.....,  Cyclopes \yith 32 and pobras with,4B- C^l��e-  Remind^  will  he jPyhli^hed  m ��� ,    ���   ���  We have  chosen" a  h">y��'  Flopr-jf|ocHey the next edition of the Times/       - Leslie-Jenlrinson, age 10,iL^gdale- *-.-  Team  and  thpy wlR>e P*g��l# ptljer Mjpkey Dohley/age  J3. ^deira Parle. E'^e��tary SphopK _  school? fqr the house games. The sentPP My FayoHto Sook Chataciet _ S^Q��PY   ���  girls will he playing volleyball in \ho f\W My favpn.B, character ls:the "eirl in My favorlt^book pharacter js Snpopy,  year ?nd boys' floor hock?y.    x>   '.' the storv "ThP* SJndI 55 IV %.�� k!i you know Sno��Py of G^1,lie BroWn^li.  Christmas.Spirit-Mrs. Silvey'ir prafts' Sgnl-^Shlrfx%Is Sritfen bv Icott O " you do'l,t V]l ^ you- W^l^noopy js  class has been busy decorating the b^!s f^ j^��� Sow 'her  name��became a dog from Peanuts' ��e ?cts'llke /JeL  fpr the  Christmas  season.  Eyeryope    s she  was  tJiLf ?he  .fm^S   all" She son b^1 doesn'1 talk�� ��nd" he-aoi, the  looking fprw^rd to the beginning of thp J", ^s  ^J,,n!0 *e  W Jjjjg ft Quee.^t things. I like_it.Fheff h^acts as  phrl^mas holidays which'start on Dgc< ^me men tipn her lf he,g the Red ^^ ^ ^^ ^ ^  emher 22pd. �� ' - scarf and a green hel'mpt.ahd also-gog-'  Christmas Dance-rThere is goir}g ^q     ,  T��)e reason why I hke^ her w^s that gies. His plane is his dpg'tibuse* I don't  be i\ Christmas d^pce pn Wednesday, Qec-    she Was sp br^ve and she was very friend know how Peppermint Patty" cah Wnk  ember 21st. The sepipr girls will spopsp^   V ^ this other girl she met. Sh�� was Snoopy is a persop I reacUn'a'book once  this 4apce. ^e hope to havp a fpn'jifter;;    ve^ t4��n^(ltpo> because she yrW' the- that she liked the way Snpopy nlaved  noon. ' > " only oxy. on the I��land and she had tp baseball and her enthusiasm has sortTor  _^       t      malfe her owh hopse pnd canoe.       ,       �� bi,nde^ ber: Imagine,i;d"pg'playing basp^  BANOjBR DISTE1I6TB , " A pack pf wild dogs killed her bro- ball Ife pl^ys it pretty-.gopd top. My ipom'-  British Colpmbip is dividedMnto'fjvp = thet- thqt she loved so mpch. The leader and dad, my s|ster an^.T'"jp^ love'"it  cts,  and  they  in  turp  aro    of the packywps injured hut she helped when he kisses L,uby, ,ahdr^pes aTwhole'  jqi Rangpr Districts..     .        ��t and made  |t her  pet.  Thpt  goes to lot of stupid  things. -He's ^really" funhy  show, she was / nice tp the animals. The" though? "'      "' ' * <\  times thSt she w?�� cruej \yas when she  =-=��� = J-..:. J^Jj, ���  killed, fi^h and animals tp e^t. That yi-gg .  upderstapd^hle "bgcajise she' had tp sixi*  viyp.   She   wa^   qyite, boyisli   hu*-   sjie  sort oif #?$ t��'he tp sumyp pp an islapd  where- pply -she Ijyed. Whpn she gpt injured she v/fts able tp ti��kP care of it  hersetf without apy medjeipe. The most  help tp hor Wf��? nature. ��he must have  hepp treated tp nature before hecap&e,  before she had her- house sjie' slept put-  side ip the po)cf hut it didn't huj-t her  ope hit. ,  Whep the people -came to pick her up  to-ta)ce her to the midland, miles away,  she was* many years plde?- and she Imd  gi own up "a Jp), top .  Tho Island called ip t)]e book "The  ^land of the filue Pnlphinh"* was flrpt  bel||ec| by Indifips pi Mhoul 200() 13.C, hul  .jt   wps   not   dla��0veied   by   whllp   men  Ulitll  HI02.  Costume Jeyyelry= Binoculars rShQypRi'"  ��� Hand-Crafted ^ry^tql. Cpalport qnd  1     " .  GJorHJir        V.        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WSt-CH'S CANDIES  ��!VVrf*fK��!!����fW,nBK'!,,'JW.,8!����H,!!,r,H"��,?,n,��l,F,,!��W,  _Yey;jSet:A'Qbapce-|o W<n Pionw!  ���E^ir=Ring8.Qr a pl&rfiQnd Tj^-T^K In  F {��!{f!��tf����M����U��fi<iiS,^H.,!>,k!i,��!,!B!!*l,u*i*J��HH��l��JHf��  Coy rip Streeti Secheft  Phono 685-2421  ^?$l��!0fM0?<lfftifef6f01��fi|fWftfW^ft?i^f^^^  ,*******0**>��'*****r*0U*'*>0*)fi0m**l00i0lf^^  MgHlpla |.UtJpa BorvUfl  Vpficoovor Rwl PiN��*  PpoM       ;  REAt BSTATtf  INSURANCPS  Neil Pi'ascr, nge 0, T-iopgdPlo Elom. pclmol  Bpofc floppy���RobinBop Cfp^oo  In my opinion itohinspp Crpsoe was  a very, e|evar map, AflOV he |>ad been  slljp-wrecked oh a sopd' hur }io managed to keep hJmse|f ahyo on the Island  for many yenns, Ifp spent mapy hourn  huilding i\ raft W thpt he could get nut  to jhe hie ��h(p ppd got many of tho  Useful pf(|o]eR h|(U Ipft pp if. It look  1 him npipy tr|pn to get these things.  Things |f|to food, groin, gunu apd gup-  poy/dor, Ipols, two f-'Ots, apd ft dog. .Ho  ��)ho roficpefl 0 hlhlo \yh|oh ho road ouch i  toy, Ho wbs Amort WMgh to hnild him-  ���pojf,^ sMn lent Mrrpppded hy o lilui?'  fon��e fii' peg* driven Into lh�� ground.  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Po  smi'o lOMseospoclql rMSt-lnlii^itlno prlnw ori'lbs km sfpel,  bofpm/applying tha finlMi coat. For ichlldreil'R mvW toys.qnd  fMrnliitrfl a zlncrdM^t typo P(lm��r Is mtf-.tp hisb;-  Once iha mrfme h properly pwpwl. offcly lh<? pnaiti#l��  Rom^mhor fo rea4 lho rnormfacHir&r's |ph��l dimMm mo-  fMlly and follow them exactly,  g$o mosMng lopft to cmofo 0 profewlopql |oo|<lng fwo-  fftn9.JinlshJ5LmslDgjtrli>s^o.W.JIf<��...wa9niJ|cy?fa9.^  tricycles, Po wa Ihof lho polnlP'J SMrfaco Is f?pth dry am  \iar4 ^flfom yoM opply <H�� fofje���|h|$ usMly m��ori!> ol Most  48 hour* drying flm��>  Sfenclls ond decals ar^ HofpfMl In decorotlng toy^ opd  furnltuf^ To point a child's iHtsmo uso cl>q)K iQ 4fQW #ulde  Jlnesand tetters, Er$$<t wHh a dry-chamois until you Jiova tho  namo sketched cxociiy io yonr ttWnu, Th��n point oyer th��  chojkod piitllno using oril&t 8 pofprs m)K��cj with whit* enomol.  V/llh o flttfo patlenco and paint, n troosur^ Ch05t of foys>  ontlo roomful of furnltMre car, ho 0)*id<rnow qqoln for yoMr  child,- J     ':  auiLDirJG  -'���;, 6UJPPME6  Your  .���'   iSllddfin N!rit9  1     Poalflr,,     '  fn* Locotlons  yoii  Sunchlno Cwf,  006-2291  *   flfCH&T  ���" 0OB^M  ��000��i^mm!iKmikmuf,aiimmomi.00i*0r,  *N  Af^ tjjG tbenuPy of fl^ Sefison 'brigbMrytytr  life, not only *i Chrhm^h.knP :4l'm$h  1224 Infat  08^93 M'  WIPJ nncS JOHN TOYfW^  0OK fS  ���BWWWMWVWWtllWW^WIIIWIWIWWIf^^  A  K  'A   >h    <IA, *���������*** *^^    ��*���**,*���*    i^*  1   -^ *> A f*t ^ A 4fl   MA.4kA(k#   1  *       ^" fc*^*'-*..***!*^*^���-       ���k^^'b      ��� ^    ���*   -���   >1   ���   *���      A     -Hab   0. __  'I ,K  n  ���   <,  \  '- w i  i  it  SI  .'I  .i  I;  I   I  ���s ��� \f  '1.  . *    -v  ���*>   "  .��� ^  v   f  *..  r  . T     *  r  '   X.  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BOXING DAY -, Smorgasbord  S^POR CHRISTMAS ANP NEW YEAR PHOK^FOR RESERVATION    ^  0*,,, ,  o'  ��� IM.  ������111  -4K'  -  -O  ���������it  , , Accommodation, available On premises  i,  "W  Garden Bay  883-2512  ������..I  ������nt  -a��fWWtt^>W?W��WW��W0W>fl|>Ttiy����f��WWW��W��V^:  ^^s^^'^ii^ff^lw  Senior Band  &$!W��W$$l&^^ Many'baud programmes liavebeent i<  S, ,'*    '    ', ^-            ."*:'.*.'���    '   ',',,:             l     " o  held-atN Elphinstone but none have^ DE;  ��'iL  u-..  _i ^I:_'jj i-   'I r*LL.�� i_   xL~ t-ii :_ll *1^   been so, -thorauehlv eniovable as the"4.  ���GSt*  Safe Motoring  .--, . ���        ,, , , , , -. -v-   i. ., -       .,-,     ,.,      ..  ,   DECKING your halls for a party this  %ln feu of Mpdtag loco/ Cfcrtrtmor cords, the foHowmg | ^����S^iSS^'j!^ AuSSfTL^^ Vfi  > Deoo/e ihave mado a donation to fho Port Motion Hospital SE  intermediate and senior bands partte   Fust 9 Friend-T^on a Host" mossage to  ^ people nave maae a oonor/on to me rorr/vieuon nospirai g>   cipating  Not only was ^ q^ality^, motorists.  *  -    , Auxi/ioiy:  Mrs: Margaret Swan '   ~~  t J '  Gladys and BilY Booth '   "  "  '���      ><        '   �����- ,  Bert and Wilfno Sim,  < - , ��     i*.   -  Glyn (Taffy) and Gwyn Davies  s  Norman and 'Irene Jewitt.  ' Mr. am Mrs- Harry Gokool ,   ,  ~~ "Ernie and Pearl Hume  Ozzie and Rita Huncks ���  Norman and Florence Harris  Helen and Jim Clark  Bob and Margaret Gill  Ray and Mary Kinne  <&   ol the programme very good but also As a party*gtvor, you can play an  4$   noticeable   was   Uie   consideratioa - important-role in safeguarding* the well-  S   shown-by senior band members to being of youv driver guests hy (Je-em-,  '��   those'just em'barking on the music ?Iffui?i ? coh��l Wore are a low^ Auto  "**   SvoCl                                 JA c^ub statistics t0 lpu? with aU that holly  ptogiamme,             ���                        - and mi<,tjetpe-you're hanging up:  '   ,.J, m'   .  ���A mere ope to four,per cent of to-  .-, -                   .                                         '     ��� day'b drivers,  those with blood alcohol  3 , ABOVE THE^CALL OF DUTY levels of .10 or/more, account, for about  ���a?         An   unquenchable   supporter "of   the 55 per cent of all single-vehicle crashes  ����   USC in Halifax, although seriously hos- in which the driers are killed.   v  %r   pitalised, determined to "knit like Jury" ���Drinking drivers are responsible for  ^   in' Answer   to   the   call   for^Canadiijn �� P��i' cent of the deatlia of "not at fault"  Warmth' for needy children overseas. In dnvers.  4SSf  ��� IT"  *&  ��� ������'a  ��� f  f&f   helping others to live, &he has found new  ������t i ' ���- '090   neioinc omers io uve, &ne nas u  ml#i��!OHHO?��!��iOf��!?��i��?��i��FO!��TtWi��itfi��IO!��!��iO!��iO!��iOr�� ^ngti, to. t�� Jiving h��m.  S NATURE  SPARKLES IN HER NEW WHITE  RAIMENT, OUR THOUGHTS TURN TO THOSE WHO  " HAVE qtADDENED THE PASTSEASbNS FOR US;  ���Alcohol is a factor in about 50 per  cent of all highway fatalities.  Despite tips grim reality, alcoholic  bcveiages are often the biggesWitem on  the holiday host's shopping list. The resuli-  ib, many guests drive home with seriously-impaired physical and mental abilities  How does a host "de-emphaslze alcoliol" and still keep his reputation for he-  in>i generous? The BCAA says there's a-  time-tested  way   which   will  serve   the  cause of safer highways.  It begins witli the resolve not to  pi (Viiu o guests into drinking "hard  stuff" Instead, ofter the first louncl of  leliTshmcnts and then have the guests  lidp themselves from a self-service bar  tlmnighaul the ie��t of the evening. When  nuMng their own drinks, guests usually  lace them with -less alcohol than you  would  Make sure the bar is well-stocked with  low- and non-alcoholic liquids. In other  woids, make it easy for your guests to  avoicL liquor if they want to.  'Next, you cannily divert attention  from drinking altogether. Rich, .starchy  desserts and sandwiches that, delight both  t|re *>ye and the palate not only accomplish llii.s objective but help slow down the  rate of alcohol's absorption Into the  bloodstream,  While the guests are happily munch- >  ing, organize a gnmo which will involve  everyone, Whether it's charades or a  "treasiue hunt" for small gilt' items, the  activity will help to take everyone's*  mind olf lhe bar.  Later in the evening, at leant an hour  before t|u? party is<duo to end, hrfng on  lots of lu>l��� colTeo, While this has.no real  sobering power, it will help t'o keep  guests from downing more alcoholic  drinkfi.  Keep your eyes open for ji guest who  may h^vo, ovgr-imhidcrt, .If you suspect,  ho plight become a threat to himself anu>  others on ,tho"hlghway, ask someone lo  drive hijn home of lact-fully Invito him  to slay the night,  lie may ho too chagrined to tluijik you  outright the next morning, but you cap-  ro.st iiMsurcd ho'll remombciJ you as "I��1lrsi  tx  Friend���Thon  u  Honl"  well into  the  New Your,  a  wmal  yM^  TIJKiCiYS  Gov't Inspected.  20 Ib. and up Grade  Ib.  READY-IO-EAT HAMS  Wholo or 5honk Half ���- Ib.  Olympic.  I  Ib. package ���  ���VI  ft  j  1  cy  Canada  No, 1 _.  Canada  No. 1 -  -California ������  *lfc^  . Ib.  ilbs.  )C  0  1  *f* ;  IG  WHOLE CLAN COMINQc  FOR THE HOLIDAY?  ^s*^^mszs:!^i^!ss^  per 'Mark  (FORMERLY REDMAN'S RED B* WHITE MARKET)  h  Cowrlo Street, Socholt Phono 005-9416  y Wy'��i��^^��iJ..s;jj wauyj^i...--, y^fyrr W  CRANBERRY SAUCE AJ,,   it' ii. ' i       i  Nabob, 1 Ib. pkg.,,-,.-. 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" *Zl?QtJr" ~*  t^rr      ���   "������   jfMT *- '**���    ***.  *  *���       i-^MnHrf V*��i"   *!-��������   ������ - n  -   -*^  *Wr.   S��-   ���<, *  ' - -     - ��� - l',\%  N  LAST 2 DAYS  L.  Don't miss this outstanding film of  underwater wildlife,  Friday 24th - Saturday 25"  NO SHOW  Sunday 26, Monday 27,  Tuesday 28, Wednesday 29,  Thursday 30  Starring Martin Balsam, Joseph Gotten,  E, 6. Marshall.  FRIDAY, DECEMBER .31?  January 72  Saturday 1, Sunday 2, Monday 3,  Tuesday 4, Wednesday 5,  Thursday 6, Friday 7  E  Starring)  Dustjn Hoffman, Martin Balsam,  Jeff Caiey, Chief Ppn Qeorge and  Faye Dunsway,  TWILIGHT THEATRE  ~~EVENINGS At 8  Gibsons���886-2827  0ff0*/ an ��mm��iw>nriU"'uiw*n>  ����� ��**�����j.  1 n*��l-*  ���1?"  tt*�� *m(r fV^'*''  f it-i  J"11 -.'I"      IV*  ... ���*���  ,h it k  lift?,*  \ *  r   ���  S'  rJ  "1  %f<  v*"*  ^���^*  f 'ftr^  ,> f KA w  * *      <  m#^r\ i  H*  V-',  Section B  Wgdnesdqy, December,22, 1971  Pag?? 1*Q  if  \>  -.      * l r^y  *, 4 )"���   ������  it  'I  ->*  1������//  r���-  ^7  /  \  -iL���.  I    Jr-m*-J<r(  MM  V.^.   t  K*\  i" Merry Christmas  Sechelt's Royal Canadian Legion has dren's party held on Sunday in the    QrminK  Pltitfonc "A-tecn  been vpry generous with gifts for Legion  Hall.  Brent McCtyaig  grins    OCUJUl   ulll^ullo Xi-iiOU.  many charities this year and as the with delight as he receives his gift,    n    - ''   i   nn i ���  year draws to a close, they brought .Master of ceremonies is Mr. Matt    Kr^nRh hH HTinilrJ I fiVfiTIi  happiness to more .than eighty chil- Jaeger and Tommy Creighton has    U1����wiuv��uuimwiv/ifuu  dren who enjoy^itliip annual, chil- a big job handing over the gifts.  Safety mtes^y* ;'v  p  To our customers at this festive  season we. wish all blessings.  OF <SiCHSl?  T   ^  wgriiing  Blake C. Alderson DC.  CHIROPIRACTOR  Poit Qffico Building Sechelt*  Phone 889,2333  Ite*. $86,2321  Tuesday tp Friday 10:30 a.m. to 3l30 p.m.  SatMrday 9i30 a.m. to 1:00 p,m.  / ur wiwh for you, -  mny all tho blcssingi* of  ^ ,�� | this Jloly l)��y l)�� yours.  Crls Crucil and Staff ..  TASEUASHOPPE and BOWLING ALLEY  SENIOH ��iluens Associatiop, Bianch C9,  held its Chustmas dinner and party  fium noon to 4 o'clock on Thuisday, Dec.  Kith in the Sechelt Legion Hall The place  was beautifully decorated and a lestive  atmosphere was evident everywheie. Although the weather was dreadful and  walking Jiazardoys, there was an expel-^  lent turnout.  While  waiting  for  tho  dinner  to  be  served, ca?bis;were sung, with Mrs. Ruby  Hatcher accompanying. The luscious dm-  THE CANADIAN Forestry Association oi    ner was catered by the St. Hilda's W A.  B.C.  calls^ attention* to  t}ie ,{gllq\ymg _,. and th^yTeaUy^xqelled themselves.  ���^���afeiyTuiW'Wth^ After the dinner, Sahta Claws���alias  mas trees in the home: ,        Mr...tommy    Marstin-^-appeared   to  the  1. Because, your tree begins to loso tune of Jingle Bells and handed out bags  moisture as -jftion as it h^s been cut, 0f can��jy lo everyone. Then a program,  it is recommended; that .as soon as it is arranged by Mrs. Dorothy Stqckwell and  brought into your home, you saw off the . Mls L Yates, interspersed-with games,  butt end at least one *ineh aboye -the niled the ���..afternoon' Mrs.M$WRedman  original cut-and theh; place "it in p cool and MrsrEva Hayward played two lively  shady place with the butt .end-Pteced in1 d.Uels. Mr.' ChaS. BrookmanV in his. pro-  a container of water. .*... fessional   mariner   gave   two   recitations',  2. During the entire time the tree' Mrs. Blanche McCrady played Christmas  is in use in.the ho^er���.b&-'sure- the butt     selections on her-��uitar.  end it kept in water. Befill the cont&i?ier A  blQ0      d^nce   apd  m sical          ^  every day as the   ree absorbs the w&ter were.heafig of f(in. Mrs. Lily Dunlop sang  which   keeps   it   fresh   and   green   and (wo comi   ^   ,ps  A       t dancerwa*; wo^  redwees     tlie   frj-e   hp|Brd,. Investigation ,,y  MlV A.  steinjiauser  and  Mrs.Ma?y  carried  on  at  the U.S.  Forest products GmsSi Ur. ^^ poiis delighted every.  Laboratory in Madison, Wisconsin,  indi- niip u,fih  .^,n i,,,^^,.,,,,.. r*<>r.u.,ti������r.   nJ.  cajes that the.aise of fire-retardent chemicals often "cl^ moVO, hai'W, illSft fiood  one with two humorous  recitations.  Mi  Dave Hayward sang two splos in keeping  with; the  Reason.  A mys(ei'y  gftme  foi  yve wish you \\ Christmas that is  beautiful in every way!  \_��  block an exit in case of fire  *   4,   Lighted    candles   or   other    open  flames should never be used on or about  Christmas   trees,  CHECK TREE LIGHTS  ft,'  ChecJc  olecti-ic  lights  and  coiiiuic-  -. lions,   Woyi,   fj'aydd   wire'''   "''   electric  coi-iIk nui��st hqf'-be used.'  (i, Avoid use. of combustible decuni-  tiunH  and .flrtunirmlJle  reWectoi'S  for  thoi  coloreil .lights,. MeUil     foil,  "icicles'1   or  .Unscl must." .be "kept out'iof hulb sockets;  .7, Avoid overloading, the ejoijtric clr-  " cults., AcciimulBtlons of wrapping papqii'  and the placing of ulelijtrical toys uiulor  tho tree slumlr| boy\voided,^ firo hazui-ds,',  tl,  Pottod  or  llyi|ig  Christmas  ti-oen :  brought' into...the* .lioniQ wo favored hy  .  n<>mo"who*oiijoy. luiving'ilve.Hiiji'lo tfoo ni}  ninny years as II, i-umnint;, small onodgh j  to  movo in  and  out of "dooi:n,  Ampl��  pi-QvlMion shoiild ho nuule for wuloring,  miU'Ii U'OOH, uHpciuliilly whep indoors,  ^���_ i���I....,,,-..'���.���',;,].  ������"  ; MANY JOBS  IN ONE      '       ,- ���  M��uij' mul yurliul oi-o tlm i*0Hpoiml|iil-\  llffiH of llio' BrltiHl) Columbia Forum. Hnii-  gor, Ho is i\ cpnihlnutlon of mnniigcr,  onglnorii', fli-ip clilof, bptanlHi, .poliewinnii,  puhl'i'a,. rolollpiiH ,ol'f|oor, imkI hii oul.iloi.irn-  imm,  i    ' iii  TO,AI,L OUJl FRIENDS  ii.  .Tho Manadamont and Staff  Pender Hqrbfri'r Sfpre Ltd..  -?��"mj-^"^vim~iiT;iKri-i!.  PIONEER  Wltfi M" (bar  and chain .  ** i t  IM,).. : i,, n.tjja   CAWADA DRY  .PRODUCTS  24 cans In caso  Par ;CaVo ,,,,.:,.,.  Pnt n lllllo oplco In  your life  ���  .---SECHEtT '   ���  HpiWiia SERVICE  Pox 636 n ^ocholl, B,C,  Pltono.005-20U j   v  ft'.  Host Vvltihof. for n Jolly Holiday**  From tlio Maiiagomont and Staff  li  e  t��  00*  r, f r. r**0. n ^p*r^0*,r,..,r*.0^0*, 0, ^fMfcfc ^ 0vmi* .r, *^m ������^i*.* .^ fc^a^^^w. m^p  fO  huA+a,*****,*.*******���*** 00%. a ,+*.+, 0+,^% ^,4,^4,4  /  �� Jm. *m Jm. -m.   m* AA *.  U, *'   4.Jl1KC*L   i \f ..it*''1**** .* ** " ir  '   * -   ,<     J>'*���        ".     w��i      V .Ji 1   ' *.. I ,' *    . ���.."���    -      t-     _^    1     j '        >^UbJRt     i"  'i�� ji   ���# ,   * i��    ���".*.    '-aw       f    * -   ' * i'-'/W^JUfi *������    ���-    -Tt   ^JHi,"      - '    "���     ^     '    -01 tZk j*-i*!-r *t%,  , i-tf:" ���,>��*,., *���;   ���   :,,-'  .}   .���--���-*��� . ,��� :!,':��� '.i - ������.-.:>+*'- *:  <Si/*fAL^t*i*4t ������;��*,]**\   ��� v ������?-*���>�����-;fi��v^'..-' - ��� ".. *... .���:: ������:*��ss/***!*?*'-��K--\# ��������� ^,4tA.t,fV?'-.v^'-  ,-> i*-w-v.*- v*v ^^>-^--: *f*y*jj^:^ ,  4   S  I    I  . "  1  1*  ���1  *  >  *    i  V                 0      *                       '  i.        -  ;  Poqo >2 *"\      ?W Peninsula Tlmca   Wednesday, December 22^1971  '����� ��*��<*<��w'^''|T*i^^*^i*��*^*^��r^'w^w^nw^��n��^^wi^<awyw^w^>^iPf^w*^^M^i��i >f�� u'^w��ny��infif iii^hwwjiwi* iiimmii in ' ���!' in -������ n�� i   M^^w^m- i n* �������������� ������^^  Halfmoon. Bay Happenings  __       . ___ -,���   , ^-by Mary Tin  TJIE-^jLASiF^week^was   one-of   intense' made and pointed by4he childvetC"   -  pociftC��ctivUy 'for the younger reaid- Parts .of-,Tick ,and Toclt were wVll  ents of the Bay, On 'December 17 'thpve- acted by Debbio ,and Carmen Baker.oCar-  wiis ^'QlirMtmas party at the. Welcome . ne Trousdpll was .."Gay", and Eddie/Torn  Beach HalLivhiijh avos aUejnded by almost- * was "Night", while the part of Tornmy  fevpry child in'the area. A. specially ,fine Tucker was well'handled by Travis Doll'  film show, vVith three Walt Disney car-  toons^Goof^V~''Minne Mouse" and "Donald Duck'V were^ greatly venjoyed by the i  children and ^parents * alike, in fact, tho  famQiis\'Iaugh"qf'*a'"cerTaIij father,' 'Joe  Bbooghe, drowned- even nhe chjldreh's  ej^thusdastfc' sqvjeels ot 'delist Projec*  tionist* was.lft, Keith'-Cdmyn  ��� - _. V.'^i       -   ,'   .  - ,   >       .    ".    v l,u,,>    -R**J*f   �����*��*'�����*.     ������    ^mnit: s   'new  There  fojlqwed    community  singing,    faiol   "Go Mv Son" was suftg by C?ir  accompanied  ay "Mrs'. vRob. 'Wallham  at ~ - -~ "  the pianp, and,' with the ringing of "Jin-  'gle ^ BellsV.. Who' ^should -appear on, the  sQfcne but Old- Santa himself with a sack  load of gifts for everyone. He turned out  to "be a pretty good singer himself'too  His helpers' .were Mitch Laakso and  Sheila���Murphy,- In addition to a toy,  each child received a Centennial Medal  which had been presented by the Halfmoon Bay Centennial Committee and a  bag-of candy,  The children enjoyed a supper of  sandwiches, cake and cookies. The party  was sponsoiod by the Halfmoon Bay Bee*  reatiprir Commission and convened by Mrs.  Frank*..Jorgehsen, Mrs. Bob. TrousdeU and  Mrs.- Cliff, Connor with generous help  from Mr. and Mrs. Nom. Belanger.  H  Here-<J hoping tfot y$\\ and yburs will   -  know ��vwy^hap^nessofthls season.  from iCharily Dwq, Ed, and Perry  *}  ATSOM  0  glas  The Council headed -by a most ou-  thontative ^ Chairman, Freddy ,'1 Hansen, |  consisted of Sohja' Jo.rg^hseh, David Wil-' g  son Bobby Wilson, [Roger, B^lan'ger and |  EKio Harry. T^ie children sang ."What g  the World Needs-.N6w" and "The Christ-  mas  ^tory", 'Mr. ,F, W,'Leuchte's >new  Elaine,- Diane, Charjene and Deb-  gtgiCtg^'g^^gg^^^g^'6g^^lgt��'eg^^^��^g^^^^^g^^��^^^^  m it wis  to  ^ 3 Jn lieu ol local CbristrnasCards the following have donat-  3        ed to the fa��m6)fial''Mffi  '*�� Hospital Auxiliary.    '  ������:.,: ���;k',^:$��Wf4H^1^ ��� 'a''     ..  - -.-���;���  '���if-^s^B^'^ll^OTK^^ '/--;.1-'-"'*      *���'���:���'< ���-'������-   ;a      ��� "      " ���    ���"���     '.    ������  '���' 'JfWyA**$'^'ttf^JA-A-1  -.������������   ,-''.-������.^i,~^.yT^v..!-..'"���.'������"��� ���   ���     ���'������'    ������ '���'- -������,-.;- ��� ,-    ������'���������   -'���  io, Berta and Neil Seaholm,  i^Olli and Jeqn:S|ad^yswy Family;  ,����.��        Artiold and iLena Pound ,  '*��'���' -  ���������������  Mil*  .*%**m%  o  o*,  o  ���'���**>���  ��� ���9**  .....  ���o  'O  "���-S  ���;o  "���O  I...0  John and Jakie Donnelly  Gilbert and Louvdin Lee  Jack and Jean Paterson  Mr. and Mrs. Frqnk Lee   ;-'  , Lil Murdoch,  - ,  .   Abbotsford, B.C.    ,v:  Dave and Agnes Pollock  Caranne and Albert White  Carl and Ruth Remmem , . ; '  Markle and Myrtle Myers   '   -  Alec and Marjorie'Rankin  ^  Bill and Edith Mcl>|aughton  Mr, and Mrs. Trevor-Payne  sDora a'nd'Joe Stacey '."l    ,  George and Marie V/olpert  O  Ror and Doreen Web and Family  O       Elaine, Earl, Annabelle and  O" "Eric Antllla   ;��  o      Mr, and Mrs, Ron Pockrant  O       Charlie and Maureen t-ee  '��*,      Duncan and Joan Cameron  ^Harold and Edith Stickland.  Ernieand Elsie Lee  R.dn Smail and-Family  Len and Nan Larson  - Ernie and May Widman   -'-'  Don and Caryl Cameron  ArtandlHelen GhHstian  -Doug and Ginny Fielding  Geprge.and Thyrza Anderson  .���.:���  ��� RoV and Doris Phillips  ���,  ��� Les and Edie Chadderton  Cecil and Julia Reid and Family  Sonny and Marie Reid and Girls  .:, Nick and Monica Gerick  Tiffand Marion Wray  Eric and Emmte'Brooks  Riith Nielcj        *'������-'..  '���Willie, Linda, Norman and   :  Pauline Mattls  Bill and WHma Thompson  1   ,  .    and Family    '���   , ,  ���MS/  *SV  '���*���*���',...  ;:itS5'. ;.  ������>������  <Sf  <Sr ���  -, *-���-  ���������������..  . IS**4  ���������������  *o  CS- *'.  ���I...  ,'O.a  ��� ���.IV  <*2r  �����������  ' *��.  MUSIC AI/PLAY  ...-,..,:-.-The .CrosssPatch Fairies, a Christmas  musical play ^ was given at the Welcome  Beach Community Hall on December 14th  by children of Sechelt and Halfmoon Bay.  Those taking part were Deirdre Murphy,. JSandra Jorgensen, Kari Neilsen,  Stephanie Murphy, Lance Parish, Tyler  Bussejl Cunningham, Martina  PhftlipsiViDonald Dombroski, Billy Rous--  Picture Book People was acted by  Boss ^Manton, '-ffoiTX Manton, Earl Antllla;'  Mary*^Qnt)pr,>P3Ul Phillips and Ginger  Cunningharn. The Cr.pss' Patch fairies  who couldn't help being charming were��� *. THE UiS. .Chamber of Corn-  men,  bie , "     '  Guests artists were Miss Den die  Miuphy, a^we6t-voiced.singer, and solos  by Cindy Cunningham at the'oigan and  Ginger Cunningham bp'the guitar With  the school room dimly lit, all the children  ot the school'took part in a most effective  manger scene, with shepherds, wise men  and children worshipping the Babe In the  Mangel  SPECIAL PAHTY  Moie than 30 teenagers attended their  special Christmas party at the Welcome  Beach Hall last Saturday and partook  of an 'excellent smorgasbord supper of  turkey, beef stroganoff, chili con came  and pies of all kinds. They danced to  ���>-a variety of records until tlie .hall almost  rocked.  Sponsored by the Halfmoon Bay Recreation Commission, the party was convened by Mrs. Jack Mercer who pays  tribute to the ungrudging help she .received from Mrs. Al'Laakso, Mrs. A. J.  Rutherford and Mrs. Don Henderson. She  extends the thanks of the Commission to  , all the parents who so generoCisly donated food for the supper.  1*  1659 Sunshine Coost Highway at Wyngaert Road, Gibsons  Phone 886-7112  ft CARPETS   ir TILES    ft LINOLEUMS  Closed Monday, Open~9 a,m. - 6 p.m. ��� Friday Night Til 9 p.m.  ��  6a^aft^aa^��a^a&^^&^^aaft^^ftjs^fta*a^i��ft^&&^^a^^^asaaa��^^a^S)*^sia3i2}Si*9i  Tax freedom  day proclaimed  fm m., .imii i.��.i���... .���I,,- ���*. i,. ������. *������..��� ... t��� ni ������ i^,,m,��.^.���.,w .���....������.������. .. .1 *w ��� .. n ,-m���,0*,���m ������.���.,*. i.,,,.!..,^.,.���,���..w.,.. wibh������ ������*������!������ . 1 'mn.n ��� 1 ��� -i n.��l 0v,..,imm* ..... ������������.. iw..................  Louise Murphy,4 Sonja Jorgensen,- Katli-  leen Hall, Kelly Reeves, Sharon -Hall,  Sherry Jorgensen Cindy Cunningham,  Nadine Hall, Robbie Janiwick and Cqr-  iline Newsham.  Seven boys from the Halfmoon Bay  S'c h 0 oj, with bright' red cheefes and  wooden movements played the 'part of tho  toy soldiers. They were-Travis arid Russell Douglas, Freddy. Hansen, David and  Bobby Wilson,- Roger Belanger and Eddie Tom.     .   "   ;  Tho pconery, with a backdrop of a  fireplace On Christmas Eve,, .was,pointed  by Mrs. j Joan Cunningham ond M$. Hoy  Doyle wns pianist. Mrs, G, L, Brooke, who-  directed the play thanks all the parents  fOr thoir help, The play wan cjtcclkuujy  ch-essipd,, tho, settings dollghflul' and the  .singing parts all of a high standard,  CONCERT  "*' Hnlfmooo ,Poy School prqsonted n  piny "Trouble In Tick Took Town" ns  tho.flrRt -Item of a Chi'lstmaH concoi;t on  ���December 1(1, Eight children acting - ii'i'e  part  of'blocks  were    Russell   Douglns,  'Charlono Francis, Sherry ��� Jorgenson, Kl-  ninoTom1, Cindy Baker, Stephanie Miu-1  phy Tnmrny Horry and Dinno PuhcuI, Tho'  clbciv cutouts, representing all lypmi of  clocks from tho big grandfather's to n"  amnll  trrivolllh^  clock,  were  nearly  nil  merce, this year, proclaimed  May 10 as Tax Freedom Day,  tho first day iri the year when '  the average Amorican taxpayer���who pays 35 per cent  of his income to federal, state  and local governments in the  form of taxes, direct and indirect���could work wholly for ~~-  ���hlmself, ���     / - .   ;  What about the average  Canadian   taxpayer?  He must pay 40 por cent of  his> income In taxes. This  means that starting In January, he hod .to work until  May 2(1 for government, Ills  Tax Freedom Day didn't comb  Mntll May 27,    ���  MESSAGE  TP..J.;. ���.;:.,;..',...'.���  CLASSIFIED  USERS ��  CONSIDER THIS:  You aro about to Invest  money for on od and wo want  you to otot results, To accomplish this It Is noconary for you  to TEUU ALU about the dotalU  of your offer. 0o sura you don't  mako any of tho following "r*  rors thatprovontrosolts"  1. Pon't Omit  Tho Addrowo^  Mony out-of-tpwh roatlers  will write you but wil', not spend  irionqy for a I6pa distance call,  %. Dpn't Omit  Tho Phono Numbor  ,   Many readers will call you  but do nor find It convenient  to como to your homo,  3, Don't- Concool ���Tho -��,,���.,����������.  prlco Potlred  Surveys Bhow th*it o hloh  porconiaoo of readers will pot  answer an ad unleis tho prlco  1% given.   ,-  4, pon't l*99V(* Homo  On Tho Pay*  You Advertho  Many good prospocti will not  call tho, second flmo If your  phono is unonswer'wl,  0, p'on't Omit,  "  Inipoftrtnt. Wordi '-  To Say�� M��noy,:  1 Readers con't ouoss on lm<  pprtant details, Rcmomhor, a  well written Informative odd  will flot results faster ond cost  must loss irvtho'lpno run,  '.  6, Ootn't Ovorlook  ..���.,���.T(,ff.|.. f,,r..jj|,..,..��.- ���..,.���._... .,���.,���,,  Domain Rato   \ ���   ���  ,r< You'll pet th�� Wpgost parade,  ^f roadors ot "thufowost prlco,  If you soil your merchandise  oheort of tlnw |ust call ond  cancel; you payjust.for.whot  yOU U80,        ���     ���'  THE TIMtes  I  Unemployment  lhsuraHce:;*':'';;''!"^;  Canada  Assurance-  chdmage  Canada  MlpfiPLdYftGNT I^ISIIIIA^CE AND YOU  Most people know they will" be covered by unemployment  insurance starting January 2. That we cover sickness and  maternity. They know about:the retirement benefit, That a  minimum of eight week's qu&lifleslhem for sonie benefit, That,,  benefits have Increased, But what eibotit the other changes?,:  The waiting period... how the system works,  A claim is filed. Weeks one and two are' the waiting "period, and  no benefit is payable, but report/cards must be returned.  Weeks three,and four are generally the first weeks for'which  "��� benefit is^paid, At the end of the fourth week the report cards  are' returned. Then the first cheque is Issued, There are exceptions ,., money received when you leave work may affect  ,��� K your claim, and there's advance pay for those who qualify,  The separation certificate... what It 1��.  Starting in January, the separation certificate will bo your only  record of insured employment, Without If,, a claim cannot bo  , processed. Always Include it with your application.  Changes for employer�� ,V*  .Starting In January, the Department of National Revenue-  must be submitted to'the UIC, January onward, all premiums  '" be sent to National Revenue.  -:  *��r  Separation certificate may affeof premium rate...  Every ernployee who has an Interruption of earnings,of seven  -or moro days must receive a separation certificate within Iivo-.  days 6Uho, last day worked. The Information on tho oortilicato  may affect your premium rale vyHen merit rating la'phased in  ���.storting In 1974. ��� ���    , ,  1 " i  ' .    '   ' '    ������ ��� , ' '  Help ms servo yon better����v  include the correct social insurance number on nny corroa*  ,,BOJ^ffiM^^^    Road our literature before* oompletlilQ ony rorm.. ��� If yoti novo  a quoatiori, ask.., wo havo alfiqesnw you, J  .A ���      .. , _ -.       ..  00000000*00001*01000000,  'ii.iwM|WMfiwmawn!w  mm*.  r/  p  ^    t^ *   '  -*  f   h  ����� *  *  i ttt yt*, i.  ���*.    % ^  ,j ^  '  ���  00i ^    ia*^V      ny>��*,,(   f,* f4t (,/v it 0  e/,**,*?�� *t   *.*  M><,�� ������*,*��'h^s^\ri''<*&-w\<>^yt''*'<''~ *.  -f \��*  *000yZ*0*f*000��jf0r*jJkt*  ���>)  I,    ���l      <  qE*^M*HW��'M��.'HP".��mflH��.'lwr'..,���ww>.   ^ MfMMn'NHIfw., raWAw. # rwrrrvt** V*  rr~*~*���^  *.    yf^ ���*  ' AM-l J a  The Peninsula Times Page B-3  Wednesday, December 22, 1971  *���  \  "T-O  *ffHiummm)kMt0r  "ffl Highway Patrol  (QUESTIONS p^i taming to'traffic laws  and driving Methods may be submitted" to Const- Ron Mangan, c/o.the Pe-  omsula Times, Box 310, Sechelt, BC. or^  Ijlyme 885-226C.) In last .week's coIumnv  di Ivors were advised against * mixing  then; iirtes 'as bome*. an unsisie, pi^ckc?.;; A  check ai''.'th'e.';ifi^  reveals it not*;qn.ly^^e'-uij'$af4v'fe��t*'^.<i  unlawful. Section ,rffrl6i'(2) of the Motor  T1 . .    . ��� T Veliicle Act Regulations states'���.'Nopgiv.  UClc-TOCjt   I own        ;      - ^ i(m shall drive op operate a-motor vehlcle-  Besictes perfomung in,tlie Christmas ()1 \Vsaer ^at is. equipped *with both  Concert play,  Halfmoon Day-chil- hi& piys tires ajidi radial ply tires'M^  dren had a busy time cutting out fine.                  . .*��� '���-���-.  the various types of clocks, pictured q. ia it illegalto flash your head-  from left; grandfather, Russell Dou- lights on and off/to wavn of radar- aheiSd.  Use 'Times' AdBnefs to Sell Bent, Buvf Swan* etc*  glas; kitchen, 'Charlene Francis:  French", Sherry Jorgensen; alarm,  Elaine Tom; Ticjc, Debbie Baker;  Tock, Carmen Baker; town; Diane  Pascal; travel,. Tammy Harry;  cuckoo, Stephanie Murphy; grandmother, finely Baker.. .In front are:  ���day,' Carrie TrousdeU, Tommy Tucker, Travis Douglas and night, Eddie  .Tom. "   *         __^  Men's floor hockey  Sechelt shows well  COMBINED Gibsons-SecheJt team is doing very well in -Men's. Floor Hockey  .w.here the League Standings at present  "are as follows: . ^ "  GP  W   L . Pts  Gibsons-Sechelt  4     3     1     C  Peninsula  Hotel  ...... 4    '2     2-    4  Elphinstone     ,..^ 4     .13     2  -   Recent scores Pen; 7^ivs ^Gibsons   G.  Gibsons^Mi vs Elphi 8. Pen. 10 vs Elphi 8.  SCOJUNG HEADERS  - 'Foam 1*1 ay of  G.S., J.  Gray          G.S., D." Kennett .   ..  G.S.,  11,  Ray,....  "G.S.," R. Gemache  Pen., A., Skytte ��� ..:.  G.S.,  H.  August  Elphi., T. Gibson     Elphi.,  Swanson      G.S.,  D.  Kinne    Penv, J. Earl ., <  GP  3  4  . 4  "A.  4  . 4  4'  . 4  . 4  2  G  13  11  U  10  9  3  7.  6  4  5  A  6  2  2   2 '  3  8  3  3  4  2  Pts  19  13  13   12  11  11  10  9  8  7  ���a.-U, .  THANK YOU ALU  SECHELT JEWELERS  1  Penalty Parade: D. Kinne. 12 mins. D.  Kennett, 0 mins. W, 'Lamb li mins. K.  Blund tl mins,  JMminMiimii:i):m  fa  ���!���������  fa.  o  .,��������������  o  o  fa  ��� !!!������  fa  MlM  o  weeun  TO AIL FRIENDS FROM  ���       '       ���    '������ ���   '��� ��� a     ,   '  Sechelt Auxiliary to #.'... Mary's Hospital  i*,.*  o  fa  fa  ma*  fa  fa  "���an  fa  ������0  fa  >.��������  '000*  .!>�����  al.l��  fa  ���L.I*  fa  a   fftfr  L.4Hf  'fa  o  ll>����  yg., Peuldh, Bill Lavyson and Family ���  Dr,.<Snc| Mrs, W. Vosburgh  Mr. and Mrs, Earl Crick  Mr, anci Mrs, Port Crick  Los ond Polly Chcimlxirlln   -  onk,,Sylvia and Gonnifor Jonos  Norm nnd Maggici Durloy  lEvo-qod Orv Moscrip        ;  Mary and Art Rodman    .',.'���''  Jack and Loo Rodman  Ada Dawo  l3l|l|o Sloolo  Mart and Marl ha Raid  lul and Colin Mosmw    *  Alan, Rosa Swap and Family  Gordon, Mquroon, Sluirnn',  Kaihloan and Nadliio Hall    ;  '& ,r������| van, ...|*: i|(Jon and J Im'ny Spil ��� I'f-  o Sonny* Atidioy, lio|>, Palo, Gqrl'y,,  ���   and Bandy ItaniVnr'      Lot'Ho and Paulina llonnor    -  Walluiv Ironw.and Julian   -  Uii'lnlck'  Jack 0ml Mary Morgan !  Polfiinnd Mollio Smllh  Cliff Peggy, Mary and  Margqrot Connor       - ��� ,  Chuck ami Murlol t'oglnt.   .  |:ayo and John L'jwl"  "Jack and lidna Rlshor  Rocky, Maiy'Mondortion and  ' Family  M[, and Mrt��. W,... Ma'yn��'i  ...,,.Murloi|rMciirlaiil Cuuk���,,���..  iii nl r>hiil��y '  I'hoyha.an'd C,,,n,l!,'r H^i^on ,"  and Saiidri,! i  IMI*  ���m*  LL...  t^f  II"������  ���559-  ���f-i*  ���m  . <������������  fa  ...I*  fa  ,���.*  fa  LL,.*  fa  u���r  fa  Ll,**  fa  ,���.%.  fa  ,��������  fa  L.,.0  1^  ���LL*  ffa  LH.*  fa  l��.%  fa  fit In //ou of Christmas'Cards a donation has boon sanf fo o  fa  t,,.t*  fa  Phyllis Parkor  No|l, Marilyn, Wayna and  Kimball Campboll  l-rlc, l36nnlo Paetkau and Family  Mrs, Mabol Bllgh  , Charlie and Marg Humm  Don and Hazol Fladdan  .Charlollo Jqckson  Ann Rosq     v  Tova, |:rodo/ Susan anci  Ponno Jorgenson  | loniy, Louisa, Pf'lan and Tod  ,  Christonfjon  Ron, Pol Sponcor ani:l Family  Vic and Ruby O^orn'o  Norman and Amy Fdwardsoo  ���  , ,    Lolb'Tumpr  ,.��,.*^,.Coco'.and��Marv!..Gordoii��i.-��^-.^  VVql|y, Sholla arid Bruco Smil h  (Jol?;antM.polo HI 11    .-     '  .'' I:, C, Mpnlgamorys -  Sunbhlno Robokah Lodgo  No, fl2, Sochall  1 Phil,and Klulo Nlrjioltion,  I IcTallior and, J Imm |o ,.-  Guy and Mae Winning,  Chris Crucll  Standard MolorH-rf-  Hutch/ Tom, Orv and Sq'm  Alice Fronc|i -  "Th>)Foarnl(iyB '<v��     '  Mi,,u,iid Mrs, |.-i VV, l-amlie  .   Ran, Cwiry and KimMaix['iuk  CHI j mill GloFiu Ikilaiiub 7",-.  Pick and Vonn Clnyt.ofi  ami I amily,  fa"  ��� ������It  fa  ��,*���  fa  fa  fa  ���������i. ���  O  ���������i.  fa  (KM  fa,,  fa  ��� ���"I.  fa'-  fa;  #������!��  fa'  �������"  fa  �������!���  fa  ��� HI.  fa  0,,l,  fa"  *.,l,  fa  ���till  fa  0,���l  fa  0.,,,  fa  �����l>,  fa  0���*l"  fa  enleriainmenl  ar Twilight Theatre  THH1SE ycwlly bin movies are sghSrluled  foi- tho holiday season" al Twilight  .Theatre in Gibsons, Starting wilh "Blue  Wator, While Death", an inei-odiblt* mi-  ilorwuloi" aclveiUiire including some close-  up Toolage of lho biggest sot..of nmn-  oalint! Icetli in tho world, tho.di-o'u'tnviiltQ.  Sliui-lcV    y       ������'-���  "Toi-al  Tprn!  Toral" is next, Ilu- iit-  . IhcU of l^iii'l Hui-bom- as told from hnlli  .tin.) U.S, und JupnnoHo fiidos, climaxud hy  a  lull scale rofitaglng of  Ihu  attack   it-  Hoir .plifitographocl on-thp aclm\l IrH-nliuns  in  Hawaii  whero.lt took, ph\eo  almost*  IK),yoii i's ago; f'" . -  Apd Htai'ling on Mow Yoai-'s Day,  111751, "UttkiMMg Mii'n"; sluiTlng DuhUii  Uorfman, Chief ban auui-gq ami l^uyo  ' Punuwny, A eolovl'ul liollago of tho "old1  Wost -whon it. was JiihI gutting, niiirioil;  and ix clotnllocl look at the confnsL>d life  of a rather linpo|uou�� young man, who,  in' 20 yoin-fl, was ail Indian" wiu-i-loi, a  prtiachoi-'s ward, a hwIiiiIIoi-,' a hiulu-  sldmior, a guiil'ighlov, a driinliiuil, ix  hci-lnil, an Indian ncoi'it^ and ovou ii-ln��l to  kill Cloniiral 0uni(ir during a moiiiniH of  liidmdHlou, niroi'liMl by tho' muiiii! man  who ijavo you Ihal (.anoy loiiiuuu ,ln  "lliinnlo ami' Clydo". -  on "a highway? Also is it illegal to ��� put  up' signs, on   tte. ahighway.:msffxyip^,,yyt,.  radar  ahead? ������..'.������  A. In the daytime this is legal.' At  night you could find yourself being charged with driving without, lights, even; if  it's just for a moment. I1 would' imagine  though that if ypu -had speeders roaring  up and down your street, that you would  want it effectively policed by radar and  would frown on potential violators ber  ing warned in this manner. So, if you  liave that type of feeling for tbe safety  of your street wilh regards to speeders^..  why not have the same-type of feeling  for. someone else's street. I don't expect  tou many people to agree with me on  llial point, but that's my feeling. As far  as signs on the highway warning of radar  ahead, these are illegal .and the person  erecting them could be charged. .  Q. Am I required to have: my-Gross  Vehi'cfe Weight printed on the side Of  fny truck?  A.. That depends. Every commercial  vehicle (that's a vehicle with' a "C" or  -J' preceeding the nhmbers on the plate)  .shall have clearly marked in a conspicuous place on both sides of the vehicle in  figures not less than 2 inches high the  licensed gross vehicle weight of the vehicle in pounds. This regulation does not  apply to a commercial vehicle that is 1.  a   laxi,... hearse or., ambulance,, 2,Ja ,fire...  truck; 3. a motor-bus, 4. any/vebicle having a'GVW.not exceeding 12,000 pounds.  Now you didn't mention what the size of  your truck was, but if it is under 12,000  GVW., you are not required to. put the  GVW on the side-of the vehicle:  Q. Am 1 required by law to have  my name and.address painted on.the side  of my pick-up as it has a "C" plate and  as such is a commercial vehicle?  A. No. Only a licensed freight- vehicle  licensed under the Motor Garvier Act is  . Voquired to have name''and!i��dd're-ss on the  hide of the vehicle,      .'     , ;,  tj. What does "wheel-base" mean?  A. Wheel-base' means llie distance,  measured to the nearest foot, between the  centres of the .two, axles which are furthest apart. , "  Q,' What's' tho difference between a  bias |ily tire and a radial ply tiro?  A bias ply tire is a pneumatic tire  in....which the 'ply coi;ds that extend to  llie heads are laid at .alternate angles  " (3iib.stiuilia.Hy less than 1)0 degrees to lho  cfuntiv line of the tread. A radial ply lire  nieau.s u pneumatic tire hi which tlio ply  cords that exfcriid lo the bunds are laid  Hi suhslanlially DO-degrees to lho cenlru  line of ilu- tread,  Meiiy Xinas to one and all,  nssap  May the peace.  i     *  of Christmas be  in every heart this season,  ^        ��� . ���  The Management and Staff  n  f%^%4%%jy^^'  THE HOMESTEAD  SPECIAL  Sizzling Steaks 2i95  Open  Steak  Sandwiclios 1.95  PoImxq Steaks 4.95  Wilson Crook ��� .  885-2474  %^wLn*. 0  Ul\**  Y^AU  Si  0  CV  o  O0f.  o  fl  to all our Customers 1  leer's Harclwqre!'(1^69) - if cl;  <o  Hal.I  fa  ��� ���Ml  fa  fa  *.,���-  fa  *.;,\ i  ��� ���Ml  fa  ��� ���III  'fa'  ��� ���III  fa  ���2."  fa  fa  ��� ���Ml  fa  ��� ��"l|  ^.,  ��� l.ll  fa  MM I  fa'  Mm  fa-  Mm.  ���mfX>-  ��� Oil  fa'  ���....  W*X'  M��ll  fa  ��������!>  fa'  tho Socholt Auxiliary Momorial Fund.  fa-  ^*  ....  A-bright Chylatmn��  to our mKnv frlnmlfil  Glbioni  '."A I ��� ,, ��� a , ' '' ' '��� ' /.a , ' y,W  ALL AT GREAT SAVINGS I      & J  1A&j&^jjwy^,vi*>y>��^  FASHIONEP  PltB,  *u..��  I     a*,    ,  10-14 lbs.  ^GHADE  I 'Cranberries  <��$ Cream togs  Dalrylond *.:';'..,        !  ������..I  fa  0*,,.  ��� ������II  fa  ��� ������II  .    fa  ��� ���III  fa.  M">  \fa  , i 0.���l  fa  ..�����>������  fa  fa  .:���*,  rrrttff.  M.ll  fa  I P��tll  fa  Mill  fa  ��� ���>"  fa  ��� ���I,,  fa  Mill  fa  ��� ���Ml  fa  ���-���0.���,  fa-  |��   Shop your Community Owirod Food Contro for a/I your tloliday Nodds af Guaranteed  5$  ��� ��� Compotitiyo Prices. .;���  ��;  i^i  ^ mm urariM  /fa HOIIDAY3 COfAIMO...  WITH  HOILIOAV  fQODSPECIHIS  AH  R8  BB  wHan  ShSSBS  I l^l..^a,,ap,.^VVJ  HAVE YOU CHECKED YOUR  CO-OP FOR GOURMET  SECTION  liATEUY  FOR  YOUR  FANCV FAADSS  8SJBfiSMWBB^��ig85^Bgl  Gibuoun  fa'  ������in  fa"  ���������"  fa  ���������I.  ������im  fa  ���>..,  fa  * ���������!,.I.  ��� Ml,  fa  ��� ������I.  ,fa  ������III  o  ��� ��,..        a  \<  A.  ,   .  ,  , ,   . Phono oofl-2r>22  fa  SERVING THE SUNSHINE COAST FOR OVER 54,yE$RS     i  ,    *    *   .. :,.     ..',.  ..tr*, fl.. -.. .  r*i  ���r  .*  ���\r^L^J^Ji^jr^*r*0***.r**f\��,i*t,a,.rLif.,t2.tL.*.L ���*,,���*r*-,*- *,���*.-**r.f.^*..r^r^r.���rr. A r..*-0 rt r..*^.  i ,A i r,r*i 0*0*,0 .0  0*0*010^0** L  ���>.<���< *   , -I  it* *    *     -.,. rr*.  i       * 0* �����  *  * ��  r.0  iSig%lS^ r *, jn "; ��� 1  I    t-  i  J  J I  If  I  j'.  I"  I���  ii  rr  I  '$  ;��.i  i- .i  ���ji   ������' ���' ���* ���"���!" yV.') j'l,"1 'i ll'\%>\t'^i'^i|m|��'*>wi11 ���" '   " "'"H'!' -"i' .a ..a*....i��i,,,��� ii, M, ���  With thanks  . i ii y'~''    to our many friends  '       ....a 0't$?*f?'C&.\'*.-*'#s  -   -    -ihXfP^A'-   *  I*. *?   tl    tl a-"N    t-l     *���* ^^W^K,.?,. -1   l.r       I  ,eii��fs  GIBSONS  SECHELT  ���Sii��&iwiiii<wia>WMWlw��wi<��MM��w*VM��w  C '     "a��'^        I ���    .'   ���    I    .   .   . .     . L..   ������.......  I ^. ,.,.    J . llii;. ,'1| ��^" a'Wa^O,11 U^' 'aa^ "V  ' a '�� ' ** L;' ����� ' ' '      '   ' . " ' ,', I ^" J'    ���  '. "f        ~* ~ ���     ''.'"' ���  WMWUMKIWMWMWWMWUUytolMtlMVMi  1*  - ij-. ,yy?4i**y'i"$'*Aki***��.~*       -      '.-       '���*  v'"  HEA^^SOet^SH^S!  Sa- f ^ ' J  , C/iar//etarfcfyBeryl y-~"Rae, and Naricy  00m000mm0m0��00mi0t0mm0i(000%00m00,  SM&QfNS-and SECHELT  J*.  A  *.��>.>  i  - tr \  X**  t  !i*  v   X  ,\   ,,r  ,i0,   ��� .  Vt<��  0 >   "    '  VV  '. J   *  ������       .  '.* *  ,**  r*.*  .   -��-ti r.  *        *    ,  '.:  r*.  -,      -���-��$ -*  t  T   *��.  V"  '   ;  . * ��� i  */  "-,1   . -rfj.-'   *-v  **" * .       r*     "     *   *'  \ ���  \  !  .si:*3w��w*s^iii*��.^^  >   Village of Gibsons  mmof pdU rara  l,,F, Joari Mainil, having been appointed Returning Officer 'for the  qriniial municiipal. elections ,for the Village of Gibsons declaro the fol-  |owing to be a 'true statement of the poll taken at the Municipal Hall,  GibsonvB.C. on Saturday, Docombor 11, 1971 ;~  MAYORl^for"a two ^car term, 1972 arid 1973  v  GODDARD    Kenneth E.  PETERSON    Walter D,  Ballots counted as Valid  Total' Bal lots, cast  ) De^eitiBer 1,1, 1971.      ,  5 . \dP*** ,   *  l       a .I V  173. "    > ���  225    (Declared Elected)    *  393 "   '  398  ' F. JEAN MAIN IL  \ Returning Officer  iS^Mtt^i^  ���\-f  0.    *f  ��� /  V, *,   ������  e f.%  -��y  .* '*  00* ��� ���     j ���  N-\  1   .'  -t  T  >A>��(T^  I SUNSHIME COAST REGIOIMAL DISTRICT  i  From  Gastown  ^   .A By:law>to,qmehd*By^av^No.,;6(;the-Sunshine Coast Regional District  ^    Building-By-|cjw^ 1^67,;.,^  The Board of ���the -Sunshine' Codst^ Regional District in open" meeting  assembled enacts" as foi Idyvs: .  . CITATION:.'This BV-lawrmayrbe-citpd' as the./'Sunshine Coast.  Regional'District'BuildingvBy*law Amendment By-law No. 61, 1974",..'  S^'^RMIT-FEES:.'S|^ No.- 6 is deleted -and a new  1  ^.^"i'tm  WMWWWWWWWWWWl  00��0m0m00i0*m��0*m0i*0i0mi0��0ii��00l00ili3ilif^^  *$Ky%m  ftV:-''.|'i   ���    L^,fef  ava  i,rUim&mr��'Xr^  ���"������,sAii1*i>.**fJL'-A  7;  Oar fiilH -Ifflff Iotni M wliMno you q  ;      r :���        . ' '" a'  Chriilma* IfinVfj IflM with  poaca and hopplncnl  :i  , T  ...  J  H  , ' ���  ��� :��� \; .:* \A'^\  ' I .      '    I ���    ��    II.'"    i.t   Sf     (  . '    *       I     ', ' *  A member of the Craftsman's Co-, silk, velvet' and "velveteen corduroy  operative which operates from the materials at; the Roberts' Creek fair.  3rd floor Red Lantern, at Gastown. There are about ten members in the  Yetta Lees works with oils and lino- oooperative and they find a rea^dy  cuts to produce classic designs on salo for their produets in Vancouver.  At Elphinstone . . .       .  ^ ~.  m'      ^xts Nig  .raws large attendance  ��� DESPITE miserable travelling conditions, performance   adequately    expressed   ap-  Elphinstone Secondary School's audi- pre'c'iation to  the band and   indeed  the  torium   was   packed   with   visitors   last whole  school    fqr ,a   very   entertainiog  Thursdaywhenthe School held its annual/ evening. . : ,  Fine Arts Night: Itaffle   winners    were    Wr.   Nojman  Although the main part of the pro- Bin Icy of Sechelt who won the transistor ',  gramme   was   devoted   to   music,   many radio .Marshall" Pulman"sold most tickets  other departments contributed to the sue- for   the   raffle   and   drew   the winning  cess of the evening. There seemed to be ticket. Winner of the gingerbread house  much  more student    participation    this was Mrs.  E.  C.  Montgomery  also  from  year with members of the Senior Foods Sechelt.  class on  hand  to sell raffle tickets for  i��� -. ��� *, ;..-. ���..,.  the   beautifully   decorated   ginger-bread ���e.r*r,-.en, ���....  house which they had made. . FOREST ROADS  .      Commence students were -.busy rals- V -."S^i ^s^ibility   ^^e   5.C,  ing funds for the offset press which has Fo^st; Services Engineering Division i.^  _ now been purchased and will eventually ��j��_ ��?���nnaissance, survey, location, do-  f-Tdve the students money on the annual ��'��".'consumption   and   maintenance   of  production of tho year book.  These en- f^ff1 ��ccoss roads.      , ....  terprising.  ryo\uig  people had  designed '��rw  and   printed   "hasty-notes"   which   were   i  being sold, in packages and very popular  they proved tq be. '  The wall? of the auditorium were lined  with fine displays > of student artwork,  maps prepared by the social studies class,  and a yajriety of charts prepared by the  science classes. In fact there wns something of appeal for everyone. Tho industrial arts (jlass had a display of work  Which ranged from small stools to fine  cabinet work. Working w|th metal, some  very' attractive aluminum figures and  Candelabra had been created. Decorative  candles niid cef'amk ware wore also di* i  trading a groat deal (if attention.  ENTERTAINMENT  , Introducoc^ by vice-principal Mr, i.iu-r  ry Grant, tho .evening's programme com-  meneed with tlie Notional Anthom phiviHI '  by tho grade ll bund under Ihe baton of  thoir bandmnslor Mr, Molvln Campbell.  Thoy followed 'through with t\ hlulily  commondablo present al Ion of ClirlMmns  Murch, Skip, to My Lou, U\ lloombii and  Silver Bells,  The IiUormodlalo HiiikI reinforced  Willi n Tow memhei-M of tho Senior Hand  opened thoir,Hoc|.lon,,of the oonoorl with  Elgar'fl Pomp and ClreuniHtanco, contlnu,  Ihiy with lighter hoIccUoiih of "Give My  Uegaidfl to Broadway" and "Evcrylhlnn Im  Beautlfur', Thoy concluded wllh Holoellon  from TsealkowHlcy's ... N*iterncker Suite  moving easily from a March lo the  mcasurorl ploco of Arnl>oN��|ii<* ��'i��l oncllnii '  will) tho rousing Tropak,  FASHIONS,  ' Spot' lights fo<'iiHNod on lhe decorated  platforni mil iip ("or llio I'uhIiIoii hIiow  whloli roiilurml griidw ll,,ll .imd 10 uh-ln  modellhiH tho outfits nVruto, diirjiin -the  piml. lornv, Rita Glriird looking verv prni-  tyln her whllo trimmiHl i-^-d cup and nhoil  . r��rtlilniiH which rimged from the 'populiir  hot-pantri iq, olognnt evening wpnr.  0ENIOH BANDS  Inlorm'lMHlon wan fnllowed    In    very  sedate rnshlpn hy oxcorpin from Mo/nrlVi  Soroniido No, la with Martin tfwnln, bun  miop; Doug Campbell unil Mark KuitUnh  , froiieh hornj Janice Mullen,, oboej Del,'  hie  Baba  and   HulandVKorbln,  cliulnctH,  I'laylng wljlj, Hi'nal. tumtilllvlly and eonl'  Idonco, tho youiiK nhiNlcliiiiH gavo /fvei'v  fine porformiuKU! of elnMHleal imhile,      ''*'  Tho Nlugn hand whloh ban Ineroimeil  In numbor thin year changed the munlcni  pneo wllh  Mother Goo.w  and  |i(,  ||())1  SoHfllhn,  /otlowod . Hy  Ihu Himlur  HiiikI'n  HiiHRliin   Pagount, wliloh  again  changed,  mood. with llm-��-fnmllli)r Union .r<��nltircMl ���  In A, TrlbuKTIo Glen Miller. ClulMiinim  ��� ltlvip��j)tiyrfiroiiflht lho fifliilorDniKrn jiorr  ��� formanco to ix conoliiHlon when limy  wore Joined hy lho onttrmedinto blind f(,V  tho' final nuinhoi-H,  Tho programmo which lantcd for np.v  pi'o*tlmnl.oly two bourn ended with Iho  "Crtrorhf tluf Drflin playinl hy tlio forty,  two muntclana letrt by Mr, Ctvmpboil who  conducted throu��hout with lho exception  of lho prcnontntlon by the nexlot, The  prolonged applause which  followed thu  j  1  I  1  section 5.3 substituted:  "5.3, The scHe'dule oJ.lees.to be charged for the issuance of a permit  under this By-lawsHall be as follows:  (oKSingJfe. Family' Residences1 ahd associated out-buildings or  ..additions: - . . .    .,  ���   ��� ���       .  First'0 to $15i000-^$3.00 per.thousand or fraction thereof;  .,   Potlowibg$ 15,001 to. $3.0,000���$] .50 per thousand or fraction  thereof; "     ���  Remainder Over $30,000���$  .75 per thousand or fraction  ���  thereof.    ��� \   .    '   '.   *       * ������- .  (b) All other structures: --r-  ' First O.tq $15,000-���$5.00 per;thousand or fraction thereof;      "^i^  ,    Following $15,001 to $30,000���$250 per thousand or fraction   >  thereof; ��� :,.,,.��� ...���.A,,V,,.���,..,,,.^...,:_.. ...���..,..,._. .'..* = ,.T   &  Remainder-over $30-,000���$1.25 per thousand or fraction  f   thereof.  (c) Moving, or removal-of building |10.00 per building which fee  shall Be additional to any fees for building permit which may be  required.  I  The minimum charge for-any permit Issued under the provisions of this  By-law shall be $10.00.  g    READ A FIRST -time this 16th day of December, 1971.  |    READ A; SECOND time this 16th day of December, 1?'71���-  i  READ A THIRD time this; 16th day of December, 1971.  I  fe   Take notice'that, the above"is a copy of a By-law which will be recon-  ��    sidered"prior'to adoption by the Regional Board January 27, 1972.-.    .  Ch4rle$Jf.JGooding   |  secretarV^treasurer I  100*00**0000000000**00**1*******^  %umfiitiMiWMitiSiiiitumtt��MmitttMM^^  Jane Merrett  Paula Gibbons  Barrie McDonald  and Uncle Mick  0. h    ^\f%  ' afe  ^Jfe-N  i%4  life  _^_���  p^^  :  11'  mWtiWmWrm  JA  ii i  i,0*'. ,l>i   l'V.'t*>l"'(,f*j"li��   t"T*>t,  **-'.  \   I *,.  Jy \  0*^00   ^    JS^ T^ft,^^, ^--,-      ...   ^  A        '    , \'     '   * aV  '',*'*'        !'P        '        * l" ' ' '��� '���' "��� 'I '���"  .I'M.. a .......  \lt "'  h  ,    ��    ��     4    H    ��    ���*���  ,*4lS,0*,,l*,4   , 10,  r t, * *   *  * m * 0** 0. 0. fr**** 0,, 0.0^1  0  0   f, l A  raMttiuininiuiiuuni  a  SUPERMARKET LTD.  formerly E&M  Complete line  of  Gifts,  Grocerios, Novelties  "'   OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK  9:00 am. -a 10:00 p.m.  Bernie and Pat Shalagan  HywlOl      "      Phone 885-9414  Kiiiuiininiiniinnnnniinninniiimiiiuiiiiiiiiiininii  *\  V   c  V  ' I * i . I. N '  Wednesday, December 22, 1971       the Peninsula Time*  ll ''i ^o/h < > pr  ���1f   '.'���������:,,r.x-L/v  il  �����������  '1,��  I \   \  ��� -VrA ^        f?. 'IfIf     \-  >.*-.w- ���! . ���->��� .-."���. y2r'~y. : J -"        '   ���.    --V   '..  v   T<    <& f(  S\  '       *,*o:w-v>.    ,',\ v .     -, -   .   ���   ^vfx^At\ \r)  j- *AJ    "U ���-:.   ..  ^.hpr^u JJ ,k>J     ���'  jr-  " f     J       t 1      ' ' '* I *  *       r* J ' *V-. ��        i\J .       *  '   ' il *m.   f    1***'  ��� \ 4  A "  -1   * *.'   i /L^  ��"       ,'K>V��>. 0." *   **0*^^~*~��rJl^. i  ,'i.'  -    ' >,   ���< -      ^ ' - Busy Pla.ce * - _ . -  Sponsored by,Roberts Creek Parents' dreri. ,Chtfts'meti were busy weaving-, and leather, -and   dressmakers   in  Auxiliary, the Crafts Fair was thor- on- home-made'looms  ,using .fleece' 'Abundance.-The first such fair was  oughly enjoyed by those who visited' and hap.d-spun ;,Wool; there   were -held last year and-^becoming very'  ;t during-itgrthree days of operation- w'ood;carvers, potters, jewellera.Vrug- 'ipopjil^ -.,,"  which included-a *day,i far<tne chil- meters/ people, working, with Ifo'eads '  __ . ^- ^gw��wmiwtiii^wBn^,��i'iM^i*F<'��i��'t��wiP'W*ffi;^w*iiin%��w ^> 4|"J tf mn^-Tiyiw nnw"���        '    '   -"������������  May.-this coming, year be a time.of  happiness, joy and lasting peace for yoii  < " ��� i ��� ��� _,  Tom and Dot  ^-}       ,      "* SECHELT  BHMMWi  00*}  K. Duller Really  and Insurance Lid.  Gibsons - 886-2000  JA^JA-'J..'' K  * . }yj$A-Mkj"  Goorgo anrf Walter Flay  Sechell Barber Shop  j Green-Ware  ��� Potter Mick Henry allowed children  to experiment with his potters wheel  at Roberts Creek Fair and these  youngsters are really enjoying themselves moulding the clay which Mr,  ,, .Henry fashions into, attractive cera-  ('"mic-waro,  From left are: Shannon  Macey, Sharon Nelson, Wendy Flay  .*��� yA Jffiy   and Dianne Perry.  'BIGfT).lSTRJCTS  Forest Ranger Districts of British, Columbia range In size from aliout 1,000  bquaro mllqs in populated areas to more  than 4,000 nqunro milo^ in isppraply. set-  tled nortliorn rogjonn, ,      -.    , '  A-'- [0$yjA: ;[  ���4 -.,    t.'J     vys    * .  /   -''' - -J: ^ . ��� ** ���  *J\   r . " A \ ,   ^y... y  U  &'���  *'i*i  ,\<  "���A  ,*rt%*  ���tiffi  -.- *v  ^ H i *  ' -"^  i --*  \tm   m0*>mi*m04  V     ,'   -"vX-l  .     .   ��� ���*.. .1. V. i i     ��� **1* *���' '        ��,��--  .,-��   -      . , * ."-���*��      II *! *��� . ��-   j,��">  '      -*���  y liw W��� W��^^ *>������>��� ���^���iBf"  J  Bond-Craft  ni,s|flhylng' Iho crafts which   ho'   prpflelont aitho intrlcnlo art of'head-  'tonvhos Hliulenls nt llio Socholt res-   work and ihaklng   Uuvthor   goods.  Idoucc. Urothor Cilrnrcl-finds that llio   Helping, Brother 0Irani at tho Hoi)-  youiigsloi'M really onjoy and are very,     oris Creek Fair,Is Julinhnn Loo.  4IMWMMMW����WMM��W��MMM��W��MM��ni����i��MWlW��WitMi��WMMMWi����IV��^^  I T?f\   f   ' li || '  \ iiW, ''it*111  II ifjlll1   I.1     pO1,!  M^:,.,.., !(':'  PV''"l     j(<       >lk\  AJJ,  W/a',^',,a->��^i!,l'rr'l!,l|','L'  //v.  #; "x'"5-i  a    Tills (ilnowo  wIhIi wo lioavtlly  extend to you, our  .many loyal friends  nml customer/?,  j  ���K  from D'QxUt Nihk, Earl'csiidl,.T��d1de  iiuifii^i��m0i'il0iii  *9r*m  V#- a  ^w,n,jlia|��,Bih.^  'mtoewmommm*  '������i-y\hyist^m,&s.yL<a-mysSr  a  V-  f  *%.  \  J"  ���Vi  31-  if*  ANNOU  7���"  ICES THAT BUSINESS WBLL BE  y  ^IJWIWMWWWllWWiWllWlfllll^lMMW^^  *tn������*  \  c  -l\  J  0 ���**���  -.-   '  * -        t  " 1  Sj\  r     ���������T*  "* in  J'   '*  J  for the purpose of fcik'ingrinvonfofry w of  Oecemfoer 28^. We wllf/re-dpeii "to ^erv�� yoo  January 4*h, 1972. \  ft\  i,ii  1  s  v..1  uf;:** ,*i  ���:�����  ?*-  ���jf  A-  ���*  t  v i  J J  .'T  !  i "  i  a       j  - V.  JA  * f  t  * ���*  .'V.  mftH <-I  <W4  '�� ..I ���-,.  .-"-��-.>- ���-������ ->������,  V  However, If Is pointed out,  emergency 'orders"will"b�� "deafffwlffr.  ^���L  /  /  i^-il-fim^*. v* -t****  T*   'n'ri-i'i-   Jr��ir��lnv*f*w*U'ltii-*< ���"���Wi ^<y^r*fc**��t��>*.   gi.n.��-���*���-e"*,-!-j**!*-^    nr HWta *^��   -uT  i   'I  /�����  r  ^ ,**���  '    i  S,'  1 *  K  ;��i  ^-  ^1  ���tf��irt.^Tii A,A-jft-'^f^^rfuti>^^^����^'i<M^^'^rf%iiiii��n>l^^iJ\^i^itfS/Si*>ir^^  Jti,J��^liii i -i A.Q- J*�� jftu^u'lt-''*' i**"**-!-" f * ** ^* "** ** **���* ** *" ** J^^^A- <fc*i*i^*.* *><�� *>��� .��.i **  ( * ��� ,*���:.:.-.,������-.'.     ��������*!������    --���,. ....,,.... -.-.."   ,���'....    ...^      -,;    ,    :,.       ..:,���������     I -        ,- ..,,-:..��� ..-���.. . ��� > P 'I  if>_jlniLrfri.-ft|l-t^ iA ���J^..ifc^>i l*i <h.f<ft.Pi fMHTiif^p-i^il^*^^irnrurtiii(1l> ift>rt> <% ^��ri>Ljt|. <T|,r>-f1   |*<i,I^^*i..I*i.ia' -O ^T j^ i*-^^���^^fcrAm*-^fc*^^"*'i^^'"^^^"^h~J*'VJfc'iA"^~-*fci'*-iiA~ ���^���^Tl^ -A,"*J^i^*^T-*'iir^ r^~*^ ���^l-^ '* ^i~^h*-n^''i^L~^t^Jfcr**���*---**��� -*��� -^--^~^^i^^^^-^r**1 ^* ^t.^.^h-^t~Jfc-.^-*r. jit^^.rJh-j^|^ ^||^1.^.| .���- f^.1)|k- ^_pj|j^ ^ ^^t*1T.       ' * 3  ��� v      I '-jl-r-vv-      ~^**  ���",  *<���     ^OBfe. <  ~,**>*l?  .       0��*J*.J**^r  .**,.���*���-���'  ���"������*M-J^+,"a*-^ tf^JSSK^SI  *,syi fc'Vv-  v t 7.*    11  -j  It " *  .< >  \U  5.S   ,  .fi-  ; t  ��� !*���  . is  1��        lfl|      I        .'��!.'  **< y   '      ���   \rC   ,  Sechelt legion Branch  140  .    Legion Halt. Sechell  '    ^ *      ���      .,' 'J   ' <    '  EVERY  WEDNESDAY  ^ AT 8 p+mj  JACKPOT $125  TOGO  ,* ���        I >     I    r     "i/  $10 DOOR PRIZE  "000% *������"  '       '     *  i   lJ ,<       .  ��� ���   ii l     \   >  ��� , i  ! �����   '     A   ,      *���        �����  *�� \ \.  \ ----  t   ����� IT  ~"    I .T,  I  WBBP  .."'i."^  I  i  V  ^  t  i      sj*//*"  C     f 4 *���- y   \   J  r ������ vf..      Vs.���'*   *_*"   '    *  B ***** *��������_,  r       > *"i*  ��     r    '.  >      i  V j  ���*  /w  eadottd  Your "Local ftanlcs. will be'-cieir  Thursday, Dec$mbet23rd and Jh.ur$d<*y,  December 3Qtf)J(Qm  IO    a.m. to $ p.m.  N Friday, December 24th and Friday,  December 3ls< ipm JO a,ro* fo 3 p<m,  i.  i  BLESSINGS OF TRUE  HAPPINESS.'  The Management and Staff  THE tOGGEHY  SECHELT  mj$��$kw  t(WW\^i v *  liiuiMlMlHliliuiiiliuiuiMuiiinniuiiiiuiMuiiiiiiiiMiiimAmiiHiuiinmiHiinMnin^niiiTimuiii^  iiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii'  . . Leather-Work  Leather and suede outfits for barbir   mas family of-Lockyef Road at-tlio sharing in the family, hobby which 1  dolls were among -the^variety of lea-J' Crafts Fair. Busy at work are Jenny produces everything in leather from I  thfti- goods displayed-' bv the Christ-    and-Nina Christmas who also enjoy' cowboy chaps  to  stylish chapeaux. f  il ���������li.. .WM **.      '^^1" ��������"*���* '  ��1- �������  I  ��   I  '.   ���  A-  ,r--  V  i i  / ��  1.    0<H*f  d  3  /;>  Hosts  ��   s  ���    I  N  \  Dcancing 9:30-1:30. ca.imi.  MUSIC BY  . ���   ... .u..-:i ���" '���"' ��� v       ��� '  :  Thursday, December 23  ISUUl EH30TEL  1     Highway ior COVER CHARGE Phone 886-2472     I  .HiiiiiiiuimuiiuiimiunmimimmMUiMiiiiiiiiiiiiimiMiiiiMmiiiiiiinimii^  IMMtiWWMMIiliiniMWMUMMWMmfMUMUMWMWWMMWHWmiUMMt'  llllllllllllllllll  <.ICM,INC,  N     [       '        ^'.'rl  tl  Hi  May the holidays ring  iu happiness for youi  FRANK AND STAFF  Soinih Seruke LSc3  RR2 Gibsons -086-9662  Piping hot home-made soup and com: kitchen are: 'Melpdy Henry, Tlielma  foi ting refreshments served by .mem- Prittie,  Gail    Hairsine,    Edie Day,  bers-of Roberts Creek Parents Aux- -Belinda MacLeod, Carmen White and  iliary* were appreciated by craftsmen Sue Fi-tzwilsbri. Also helping in the  and visitors to the recent highly sue- fair now in its second year,  were  cessful Crafts 'FaTi-. Pictured in the Melba Baker and Carol Leipsik.  t.  * -~r ���J  Page B-6 The Peninsula Times  Wednesday, December 22, 1971  ,illll!!!lllllllllllllillll!l!il||''S!!!!llil[lH!l!IHIiin!i^  *0**u%0*w*m*wuwnti00n*,tuwvvuinn*Mww !  NEVEi^'S  RADIO & TELEVISION  dealer0 for:  ZENITH  FLEETWOOD  ADMIRAL - PHILIPS  '.H * *   .       *  EVERYTHING FOR  ;   HOME ENTERTAINMENT  J 'H1 '.*���" *       *.���������*  Ph. Q86-2280 Gibsons, B.C.  ^HfiiiiiiiiniiiiiiniiiiiiHKiiiiiiiiitiiifiiKiliiKltisisfii^  j  - 4HEARTY THANKS FOR  YOUR WARM PATRONAGE  ICE^AC PARt&JUID.  V OIBSONS  ���-���\  -������;.,:>*���>-���/���  .' "���J " * j-:^y y. '���: ��v *       ,;'v-.-J *$h\ * \\i*  i..:.':.������,,���,,.���.'-.���;."',:!.; '���������;���....:..: "v. ...,',,';'..'��� '. ftmitea^ >m  Inspiration  i,, Brothers, Albert And Kildie Diinsl'ord   to.l'ind iiispiralion, Kddio I'or lii.s il-  ;v ���found' the ('rafts Voir un-ideal place    tuslral^d'.storiesv which lie iiroducixl  ,,(;e|*��loii,sly all dny .Saturday and Miiu-  'day, and sold ,I'or the modest |ni<;"  "ef 75.C eac'li ali(| Alixtrl ior Ills wovcin  designs, Thu boys plclurbd al work,  }>e| lols'of iii,4|)lr;ilioii from lipine luo,  as.their molher' Mr.4. Dliiiuiu Duiim-  J'onl i'iiiih lhe Yurn I lurn hi Sechelt.  ���%f,  L  --- ' i  *��� -.. *��  etlFFTBOA^aniliCCESSOinK  SECHELT  w*}tm0i0****0t00n0��vtx0yn*)int,i*yn0��vw0vrH)0vn^^  ,J,  .    *}'  :f(v  ,\h,  km  <i  a';  if   i  >j-  '''V  /Wa/ every heeirt warm  to the radiance of the  Star . 0. . anci feel Hi-s  glory  toclay and always.  Tlmo ciflain to -any, Ikiyo  a vory Morry ChrUjinui *  and! a llappy Wow Yotirl  Wall Nygren  Sales (1971]l Ud.  Gibnons  'y   y,.  im0mt00ium0B0Z00asrsa*!; -u;.;.,.,.., "u  ir  "~��S���r  a     a     A',  From tliOi Dlrocton], Manoyomonl and Staff  of your Communlty-Owiiod  ol  \  ^.ddii V^frai-Br,r��Tm��^"���:,a��a!*imm'cmr':"f "^^ ���������""��� i*"?" i-1���:,rirmrrinprrmtnnriirT-Til^irriim^ n:;  i  ���l\     '     \ ���    r   0   0   1    I    r   .    *   r    *  *'*   .   0  *   .   *   r   ,    * fj,*.��lrf   ��<<�������.���� �����.��'�� ��* ^l,��l��|.il>l#r,><<l|��^�� ,^(Al*   ��.*>|��l  �������>ri.'��' ��� 'f^*i*    * f  ', *   *  *\ *.*   *    '���   > , "Ll '    *   *    1   *   0    '   0   , , ,   .    ���    f    L    .   ,    t'lr,    004    ���,,.,,,   j  *'         ^      '^     \ i                                                                                                  '���. I'l"  ��f'l4(!    * "<   JLZJJi    *    ?<���*.;   *#TJI,a<U    M'A>'.^>J*    f**^-f'*.*A*a^a*^<^^>4.-Wi.^^!hlM<+a**trt^***^l^^*^A                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                ����� -.���"���!����.  -V ���*ajrS5g^^5tJ^K5&'^aS^.-����,i^-^'XW'.'*"JaC^                                                                                            "*"���                                                                                     -���                 ***���    '          '*                                                                                                                                                                       ,                         V.                                                                                                        <                                                                                                                                                                                    *                                                                       . -*, c ,a-  ��� ���    l< '  ���a   p"���-  ,1.1.,    m ���    ih.w    f |......ih��i   ���  *      >   J  ��� X r^   *���  �� i  ��� ��� i ���  ���"    ^ ;1 MSfi-LSa/e' Motoring "  '   '.fl   fewA?   FEW ev^s stow with tjie wm-fl>n-  f\. Jl*   If^lMSf?!        viv^Hty o* a hohtoy season gather-  _ -, l^slt^^^M    m& Wth Hfi ^message qf loye and peace.  ���fhe  warmth  of  (jig  atmosphere  is  a]-  Wedne^doy. D^r��mber 22f l?7l   -Tiie Eentnsiifpitjwe?      ��    figflp 1-7,  ���-������.���!��� . ���.���������.���>m��wj��iIi���i "-y ��������-*.���t���i��gii.���.���ip jjn tei^mi^^ Mil i    *   ill   uiiiii giJ.,qii��itl|i<^ri..Mw.<Jt.tli.,MM��������iiMMIwj��lM y*l m,t*.i l��.y����i  ^st��������#j8SfeM��  ->-*      1  V  r   ��.  '\r-V,  May ail thaHs "merry  and bright" bp yours!  CLIFF, MEL and PAUL  Sunshine Coast Service  RRl, Sechelt  **      *f  "A  1 -\    w:  *   f.6  imgetlahly  Ifivis!)  fis  inflation-era bqd-  Theiein   lies -a   threat   tp "Ml   those  pleasant   memories  that    should   linger ^|  long   after   the   tyew   Year-   Too   often,  much pf tjiis  lasvishness js  hquov  The BC AutqpiohUe Association \[X%a\  oiten lemindec^ pavty-g��vers that gups^s  who ovec-iipbibe and then drive hWle  can be a serious hazard to themselves and  others especially when their driving  is. done In the dangerqus weather oandi-  ^f^^n^l^Sl    tions that often pvevaiLat this 'time of  -'f*ja>.&&*    >eai  Wishing you the best of  everything at Christmastime and always!  Alice and Jens  SUNSHINE IMN  Garden,Bqy  -   , -\     t * '  y  *.    ���*��*��*���*,  0 1 * *   i    \ <���     .*>\  '  ;*  The wise  and  lesponsible party host  can do much to prevent this situation an3    f-  Mill piovide an ^nlertaanyig evening for  ^t^W^^^-A\* Heie are some 'soft sell' appioaehes jlo  VIUAGP op GNisp&s  "���I  5% IMIEEIESI {RlfllM 1972 C��6fT  Ti  i     '        a. ^     r  (Wade hMween J^miary 1st mtl May 13th  i *'\ .'���:"-";,1'"' '  Interest, pf the rate of %% per jinn&mf Wl( fe�� SWdfad t0 fl^rp-  payment deposit on current (1972) fox0�� m��rff ,Mt^pen January 1st qn<f  Mpy 15th* 1972, Interest will N ,9ftfCtftate<jl frm the dPte of payment  to June 30, 197?ySH*h deposits, ijt^ny amount up to the fatol qf the  1971 tox��sf will he accepted.       /,_ -1 "I / .  Any further inforinqtion reqMired may be pbJqined from the Municipal Office, telephone 886-3543, , '  y.  December1??,  1971.  * 0  1^  .-- '       *>*��� r.i'   ' ('  :J "- -   Ji' y, r '      )  ,,: ���       O^vVd'^OHNSTO^���  s     I/','-/   V'' '   Muntcipql Clerk  a-C   ><,        -I  ���&W3!����M*��*e��i,.a��^S!j^  " L*  p **     'i  ui  )   i  J-y-  J     .'.      'Jl'' U.     X.  1  *  1  \  1  r"     *  1                        m  -  1   ".  )..:    ,  -\  1  ���  *  ��� J  *  ���  *  *  ��� *'. ���  -    -                *  \              *  \  ���J  1  0*  Jk*-**  *,  *.  + u  ^P.;  ;iltffi"i(j1ic   modei ation    i pcommetuled   by    ��n��Mvw��nnmuu��uuMi��wMwuwn��M��wMMw��^^  nCAA ��� *    -   -1"  Seive  that first drink  yourself, _but  theieattei   lef  the guests mix then  own  .:��i'\,,,M,|,lafc v,  al a selt-seivice hay featnnng a, variety  ;i    ot low-alcoholic beverages and soft drinks  along   with   the   'hard   stuff    (Even   if  you'ie  having  a  large  party, stifle  the  | ' uige   to   hire   a   professional   bartender  . He'll be more generous -\vith your refrpsh-  ' ments than you won|d.)      ,  ���Staichy  dishes  can  he  overwhelmingly tempting and can help to lessen alq-  ' ohol's effects. Tasty sandwiches and hot,  homemade   iol|s,   French    pastries   and1  cheesecake mp<y sprinkle a few caloj-ies  ^'^MS^f^f*!    amund,   hut   Whp   are   you   tp   deprive  '       *'   OCiNu'v^'jJ    your  6uests  ��f such  delights' '  ���Peoplg tend to gathei m small con-  veisational   knots,   usually   -ar^euind   thp  Just a minute   section ' of; WJAfflZ/j^ the candles mcLoeramtoi in . ^ J *|��X255 Se^VtE  stone's lgrge Fiqe Arts Night, Qis-;> thp'foreground are by grades 9 and   ne would be wise to arrange activities  play shows the diversity of pj-Ojeetsl JO,  Parents in the background are   involving everyone inofudmg nhe swiz-   ,  Which .occupy studepfs in th.p JU^for'-, discovering what students think, hap-    -rie stick crowd "^Party games rcan  de-    !  grades. The artwork is frorri gfflcle '.pmess is... emphasize the  impoitanee  pf'^the bar  ,   ���- "���    ' *       ���Serve coffee���and make it delioiousrr-   '  .������  f.*K*r*.  %  i ��  i  \  >     ��  1  *     4 r**r  40  1  IMC  <.       *  '  '     '    '  i  +    I  itU* 1 . 1 ^w^   w I        * *     St  <.      * i . * **��� l, '  r    - lJl>t   \ ./ji'X ^ * -t$ . ~-  Th e Blessings  of the Season  to,Our-Fri end a  Piqno and' Elsla  THE YARN BARN  ��*  !>'   ".',  i .   \'  .v  ** *  Vv \i^-  1   4  I  J\  i * *- ���'   :>;^ i?.^-n'��."(  JA^Al '  i \-i^   ,\, ���   -r  ,       , rt  . . >*���,.���  i * -       ����� ^ ^^  ���*r    S    ^  ���i i  'y i'. ��� ���  r       *r   *        ,  * r        * .  .        i ."  I-   .  �� -J- >....^  0*01*100 Jlm,f>l0*���li*.l*mrm,*,ia 0ti lfc'rf��nW^^h itHfii f>��>��*imiiMH  -J'    *  Dear Friends of the GOOD EQQP, STQR&  is  7 ~~' Well we have done'it! We novy-'hcjYt q stofe^pn^the Supshinie'Copit  wher^you cqn buy the type of foQdjthot'We C|(|;ne6d for healthy bodies  and minds It js'goijigjo take/i.lJttJe.while-jWfQr?'everyone's desires  are met since it tqkfes so nhucfi capitgl^o Stpck. g?stQVe The'Sfore'vyaM'd  not have opened withouHhe- help pf .th13 TRAlPlSL'Alv|D group or the  CROWE RD commune. They supplied'the |}$t��;grid\the nprnesof many  suppliers. - ' - '.'  - \ ;   -     y  l.   *   ' -  I am working on a pi^ject^vYnirhvWill'hop^fH'I'y bring,-top quality  Organic Produce jnto the Supemyafliets, a^we[t*<3S,;thl GOOD FOOD  STORE. It is my hope tOfobtajn'tHp]lqnds^ro^*he Crown to .start a  large-scale Organic Farm.-This projettr wilHr^Hi-re^marty houf�� of hard  work from many people. ,       -   * -1 t  about an hour pefore the guests-are due  to leave   It won't sober anyone up but  a  cup  oi   two" is  a fine��� substitute  for, <  'one  for the  load'. -^  ���So ypu've -done your, best and still  you wind up with a tipsy guest'go him ���  a favoi  by letting huh spends the night  oi   making   arrangements   fpr   someone  else to ta]ce him home.  ThaX ahout   sums   uV    wh^t   BCfxX ��'..,.     .   e    .   ..  meaVis when it says, 'Be ."First A Friend��� Cowrie Street^ Sechelt*  Then A Host1 Happy Holidays!  jt     *. *.   * i      n        i ^,  Thanks for yonr-continued supRQrMn pyrdiirv^-fQr a-batter worlcj.  <    t ?���  Merry Christmas and, a HqpPY, New Year  *j*i  Phone 883-9063  n0i0Wiwin0ifnii0avmivvui0V0*i0*waiiv*%00!*i0i0ww^^  F^hlpns  One of ' the high-lights of Elphin-  slono's Fine Aria Night is the fq&hion  show where grades fl, 9 and 10 students' modol lhe garment? wede during lhe term. Plciured U'oiyi left ip  evening wonr Is Karon Vanghpn,  Donna Pascal'moilols n jwo-tohe red  cord )ump-siill; Julia Louie chose a  vory lovely pink mntorlfll for hor  junipcM' ami (Hndy IVIytslloHi looHs  very nonl In her nicely tailored hot  puii'lB, with swififi-slyle strops,  HARVEY FUNERAL HOME  LTD,  Serving The Sunshine Coqst  A-COMPLfTf: CHAPCL OR CI |URC| I  SERVICt 'AT MOPERA1 C COST  J, Roy Parkins,  Funeral pire<;tor  A MEMORIAL SCRVia IF PP-SIRFD  phone 806-9551  l/N��.j if.or *Sj*u*t 4 Q-fl  ��fli  VtS'titlWIIlWlf*'  f^Myirvl***  f*  *+f**U**ty  J',    , ' '  ���*      "i      i'-  ' .".'IVi'.i'*  'l<'l-li'-t<t  A > ��.'vl"  i ,   . >/  VI '  ,-' ,   ' I  "���wftt^   (J* "*f ' fcW  -V*j J i\ ^  *{  ���,"' ',,'t  >*i\���\i"t t  1     ���     I      I'l   t     ':ir    ['"''   ',���"'���   II  ?!    -J'!'     I     !-,   .'     'f!  J    .!  tit  ���i ijl*  i 'A I  ^ ;>yl  H     ,,;t '���  J<  'IV  [ I  'i  y )��',    i 1 'f '.' .f.i'i 'j hf.? < i j ,.  vdt (������>*�� il',' ii*J,iHi��,Xx*lX,l*,0M*r010. r. *,v,^,���iU,  'l\>'   it  I'll. .. I h  y, j��n'.'.w,.  !^J      [    *'.   ",  .,     ,    ,<l,       r.      t a    .   .  Tm i     ^v*��,,f   j     >  '   . ���  j/S*y^ *  i. ?,^'v i ja ' -j ^ i   ���  ' ! *" vt' '. >!) i> ��� 'v' yA^v 11 f      %'  " 'VijJA v*>y%iMl\?ii\   .1'^  Wk SEND OUT GREETINGS TO ^lE^D9J?AR,A)M��3S[EAa ;  FOR, YOUR, HAPPINESS PURWSfG THR COPNG YEAR *��# . _\  Hi      IN        "1    I   '     I'P      '   '   ll  Water Pumps, Sp��tee Heaters,     g  Jack Hammers, Lighting Plants,  Table Saws/ Power Trowels,  WhselPyllers,  ���   TOOW   u,  Davis Bay  Phone 885r2848  Any time during tho Holidays for your  cpnvenienca phono 885-21 S\  11  <,  fc  .���>J  ���if 1  '&. .'-  ! 1  < </(<  1. ��'i't>  ���"*i ?  '���i4      M  ii J  (Outboard and In-Out)  - sis' ;'  PMIFlflflT '  for  Repairs, Winterizing  and Storage  290 W 3rd, Van, - 874-5919  Irks  ; V  ...-..,..,,-,, B.w-^....|.y  a  03   y     * >*  V.  1       ^ V"1 " "I"" "  000000000m  The Peninsula Time*      Wednesday, December %%, 1971  <5<  1J%*  .rfJ'.iJKi-.    ?,  * <*  �����<��'  KAl  e-*-  *.fX  ,J. �� -    L*  ,0���V  /*���? **  t '   **  .*  ? M  St-  *J30^  IV    ,K   li       {PiJ       U   v-  Jj I ��** *%*>-<tf*t  1*       ft*      * ***     *^��     ��  '3  -ytt*  Sweet Confection  Produced by the Senior Foods Class it was'won by" Mrs. E. C. Montgom-    Rodney'Smith and Mrs. ty, SelitTnv  at Elphinstone, this beautiiiiily decor, ery. Pictured selling tickets for the    sky  who  takes    the  Senior  Foods  ated gingfer-bread house moved its raffleVe students Struan'Brown and,-Class.      , '                 "        '  location to Sechelt on Thursday when -                                                       {  .                          '          -        .  ,      .,.!*  ������|...IM.    ,   ...   p I ���!���         .1 .   ->e-  Here's wishing  ��1 you an abundance  - of all the things  that go to make up a  wonderful holiday  season!  1  STELLA and STAFF  SECHELT  JOVOUS  HOLIDAY  GREETINGS  Best of tlie season to  you 'and your family!  Ted Alexander  ry ;t 1  HARBOUR ELECTRONICS  Garden Bay  Wl  ^ominpio  m  *- *     v. * .  Il\  'I'l if  *   L* ���  ��-��*���'<��  r\  Jl  �� ���������'  If.,!  ���*    -***  ./ *���*    ��,  z'  /  J   ,  ���* �����  & ~*i>  1 <>  V  %    1  II  <��� /  .���    'A  y  * ��  ^  /���'  / .  /  ^_.  ,        ' : Original  Idea. _;  Doing a brisk business at Elphinstone ih^|j^kages of hasty-notes produced new press has been purchased and  Secondary School's Fine Arts Night, by  the  school's  commerce, depart-- was used lo print some pf the notes  are Linda Clayton, Colleen McPhe-' meat to raise    funds    towards  Uie which   were   beautifully   illustrated  dran and Linda Campbell, busy 'sell printing of their own year book, The mostly with original designs.  - FROM  Ken deVries and FanSily  M deVRIES RC9RC0VERINGS LTD.  GIBSONS  jfvft      y'~<.<' fj>f*  mA '  C & S HARE  "'���.'������"' SECHELT  Sechelt Lanes  ���-by Evo Moscrip  L/V.'L'KST rcHMlts from tho Scidiell Lunus  filuw Sum MucKcn/.ie as high si-on.-r  lor llio. S��clioll, 'Gtimioon;iuls with u im-u  7IJ-I,, Other, (score-si  hicli.uk':  Mixed 10 phis: Henry ChrinluHon Iill'/,  Hi,t'I< BimpkiiiH :i;i:i, Diunu Young. ai)-l, l-il  Me'Coiii't 2,70.     .     - ,      , . "��� ���'.__;��  Tiient|rty ludju.s; Nofti Lii|t|)Oi' Iill,  Woiiily Steele,HIT), I<'erii Nolfion 'HH; Nor-  imi Itudymiipi 25!), "��� ��� '  Sechelt (Jommoreliiln!* Johnny Hoihin-  i-ek 71(0, Tony nitlliiH 30B, Hum MiieKunzie  7IW, llnzel SHytle (illOJ Alex Skytte '2V!>.  . IJ .^i.Cl;,, Dmiiiy. Ilolliind (100, .l^mni-  llnckiiull im, 'J'erry I'hillliM (140,/Cliinii.i  lluniin liOl). ' ,  Jiiiioi-h: Wayne PliillipH m, Mike Ku��:  Iiinii, I'll), Duhhlu  NiiNlmiui 272.  Senloi-Hi Pally Wfinfi f)2l), /Vixly IIkii-  derwiii (il)fi, 1,01-i-i Nenliiinii i-lli, l)li|i-y  Slu|ihiiimOn .0-12,-- 'I'liuiidny Indieii; kineii  Spencer 01)11,  v.i  if**'  V%'.l^''  VJ>^ >    tl0F .0  mxJ  ~\-"  <��������'(���  (< 1  Here's hoping your Christmas/   ���  season blooms with good cheer!  Pavo Polq  SECHELT GAKOEiH3 CENTRE  christmas  to all our ^f|\  ������  patrons   ,  SHHLL  Ul-RVICl;  nnd  ALICE'S RESTAURANT  Half Moon Ray  -' $:>$ & J'f j  <;^^  DECEMBtR V  'Wi'  ,,^J^y vi  ,:>r:     f\  , *   ������� 1 ,.   ii f  |ft/|l|>a*l.l#��.a*ll.l*W>VWl>l��.*i��l.|��HMI..at  f.',  \\ -    j .1 >*.) <ryy, i'i' J*"''  ���    \        \* '^A     A J\t ,hsA,yAh^  ��i'X -.        \*j6*\A];A WMl  ���-Jk' *j:Jkj/Af''4  ���vJVlA  n\Y AvA\  ^1XT'^.^$  |H,lMW.#.^Ha.ll.*..aaw^fW  HV|Mnhw��WHHIM��|lll��i��,  ,""*  ^KKKJ^.^  ���,' :  We're seiuUnu our best wishes along- with  [ !    ''"'a  1    * "   * 'a '.a.a ,   ,        , '      ' ,  '   ' ' I ,        I ' . ' ' "' '    ' I     a.  Santa's to aU our wonderful friends and patrons!"  t  Thanks so much for letting us serve you at  ��     ' r, ' '' ' '       '       '  larry, Marilyn, and Family  p*ss  .-,,1^1  li  GARDEN BAY  jA  ' - * 1'  * r * *n  : "���* .  !'. 1 000.*M,,'*r.rr.000000r0/Lri.LL*,,  *��%��� \  .-*���.*��� * .    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I��j  !>���*'      V, VI  ���t 0***H     *       rfff  *      I       f    f     J       I     A     m fit's, ���  -' * ���        ��� * - 43$, ?J  ><>���  f'<  V  IJ  ,1  M  f^^V^^Vy^^^v^vv^  KT  ������    h    ft  i jr       ^f in   t����Mji   n -tr*  ULA  *^m9 AJ|��i kS  Section C  Wednesday, December 22, 1971  Ppges 1-0  !   *  it  i  k  i  ����� -s  M ��A*mi~A fr If "V, #r * * ,.**"  .     :  /  ��� ff���|M^ n   !���<*���>�����  T>M��*l|��* �����>  ���inwn  ======= YAJ-UApi-e coyppw ��� cf,> Th|* ce��Pan     ,     .      _; -  .present'THIS coupph Also ��� i,~  ^SAYE $2.00���sqyg  pn-your  next  Shampoo  gpd   5ef  CONTINENTAL COIFFURES & BOUTIQW*  Trail Boy Centre,    ��� Fpr Appointments phope 885-233?  ' 4  >i>'.  ��**�� .  *\^k��� *.      .  '^v;/*5  I "-'���v.*  )    The children's   reaction    to   Santa    Sherry Peters is lost in admiration  '4    Claus is always a joy to watch aqd    for Santa's  silky white beard and  |    at Sechelt Legion's children's partv    the beautiful red suit.   "J  ....\il   .��      /f^S^ VV    ^-CKe^ AMm *'  ft <r     1-,��'   fr  rf, ��  .-4  All Airljnc Reservations T'cMs, Tour*; an(i Crujses, Fly H,9W���Poy Later  FOR ALU YOUR TRAVEL NEEDS ��� Hawaji return $150,00  Copfqct YSH* Lopql Trpypl Agent -   '  CONTINENTAL CO|FFlJRE?   ^r-Troil goy P|q?o, Sepfclt qr Pjionp 885-233? -      "'  11   . Vi  ^���.,,..^1^^^. \*.��ii.i*ti*,'r*x*i**0'**i''''ii**^**',.v''^iim''''> ttiy.ya  ' - **'J   " -i r - - , '.    .  *���    "^   .A      ..      '*" s      *���  s s >\   ***t1^* :."<!���*���  \\ > '"- - * ���  r  !  Lv    f  "I    i  .1  laflP^    1~       .       * - fi^  ,.'      aCi        '  ''."'LA'   V'->  Wqnderjand  A gift received on Santa's knee is to know just the Fight gift Enjoying  tlie nicest gjft of then} all and the "his model car ip ]\lr- and Mrs; Sonny  Sechelt Legion's Santa always seejns    Benner's youn^es son R.an4y.   .  f ���*,*    ja   *i *,  ���r-  / ��� f        \       *��� ' s  .>-/"*<>?   ��".ii'A  i*.m\*      ���*"���***"'  ^^  ' ''.j * - a"  ^���^^V  i-TT,y?  wytw^^i^.nwjuniinnnmiiji  j** - ��*   , -1 >t -  .  .J/*.  %' % *  ' *r~^ f rv���vs- -** ^ -~^��s-rjsfi��-      t^  >,    t -  ,   ^ "^  goodwill to all men.  ��!������N5  l/se 'Times' AdBrieis to Sell. Rent, Buy, Swap, etg.  AAAJJfW  rA; J/-Ak\Af  ���aa*1-.*"! ^ l *  , f*Jx ** r  *,! ^h��j?%A j^A-i     ��� *   t        ^ *���*.  jVjj.a: $SMk- >zM i* ��� -iA<M Jj r ! j ,  v* vh JJAJfJ^ h, ^^r*' ' v*r> >yJ y ( Ja * *  l4-!! '. 0.      * X ��*���'      Stt*.        '..�����l   H* W* hi ,* Wi S * f  'i' > ^  ,rtl*f       Ft<lpfU1,|>|!' ji    ,'       -*     f     >      ��   .      <  J     'tr-     ,>*   ^    *, I      'f  prf \J ^'<x,ty !i ,  a Disli^s  Santa's whiskers-hold no magic for    ance, Santa didn't look too had and  yqung Papren Redman wljose only    the 'gift  Was ' pretty   ni/ce,  perhaps  wish Is to escape as fast fls he 'can'  nejft 'year he'll feel happier.  Hint later viewed from a.safe dist^-  t #>} ' <  '.i'*?  {  x-     ft      < , '.  i, I  X<  1   '  tit  J'  l) I  v  I1!  id *       t  Shock  This tune it was, Sant'a Claus Who  ". To all pur wonderful friends  and patrons, we extend best wishes!  \ ... -    ��� \ . '     ,r "  ERNIE WiDMAN  YOUR IMPERIAL: BSO AGfNT  MAPEIRA PARK  ���>tfjri*r  was w��de-eyed with wpnder as Russell ciarHe decides it's liis tnrii for.  one of those niee gifts being handed  out so generously, M|% Clarke und  George Page entertained With guitar  music aud songs while waiting for the  arrlyat'.ot'-.lMhej' Christmas at the  Legion l'ai'ty.in Sechelt.  JMMMMMMMMM��MMMMM��i����IMIW��WMMMMI��lWWWW^^  Pender Hi~iit  TO;AM-,OUR FRIENPS ANP CUSTOMERS  THE PENINSULA GLEANERS  . '..',7-, .:.,,.:';.;'���;. .',v1;..G|BSQM^-"-'-.-': ������������.J-J<-  (%  -LP  /���  ,*,**  es  ���by Cindy Harris  QN   JMiPAY..uvujij��itf.   PouomliuY   IVlli,  l'i!|)dur IidhUhI two Honicir Icuiiih-I'iiiiii  Max Ciimifi'iiu.ThlH in the fh'Hl. time Hmy  l��uvts vinli'od P��i|i(l��i-a in I'ivo yniii'H.  Huiiidi- jjIi-Ih pliiyofl ll)o I'h'Hl. fiiiiim  \y|lk|i ulnrted nt Ih'M), })m With I'ohdn-  wlnnliin nvisi' Mn if Gnijjoriin, ii'iniil m-uni  WIIH, '|f)-ll��. Npxl tho HO|)|or huyH playod ,  Wllh Mux eiimei'-uii nvoi'tnliinn I'iiiiiIiii'  with a HiHiri! ml' H-'il,' '  ���-,�� Wu Im.ili |'i)rv|/nrd to iiliiyhm ' llumn  ' Iuiiiiik imuin, ll|'l|)��h||i I'oodur Ui:Miimiu  11 iiIoh}) 'I'm;,, 11)71, I .vyotikl liko In wluli uv-  oryo'no'u \>(iry Worry Chi'lHlmim mul A  Jlnpiiy |N)��w ,Yu|ir,  -^-l'iwi��o|l|c!ps*wl|h^*^f.!|)ilfitnin^?y*i"l'iTir  hii-luilu Slur,,A|lnj, Hii|,<iii' l.uiil', N,H,; Hm  Inml-, Miii||lii|iii[ Niio||;fS,^;j T|u'lo>y I'uhii,  Ol)|,j HI.  Mh'holliH.  J',Q, and (tniiiHi An  Hurl, Nflfl. '-,,'      ������',       '  iwmmmmmmi^  ..     TRAII. BAY CENTRB  Socholt  Jtm0JU  Madeira Marina Lid.  i ,  Will P|C|< UP op Poninniila (al  our convqtilflnco)' your Outboard  Motor for OyurliQiil, Ropdlr or  WI����lo��;J*al|i)(i will, i-RpK Winter  Storoqa *��#��� .SprlitO*  front Storatjo Ai/nltnhlo  Madeira Marina Lid.  c   Pondor Horbour  003-2266,  wmmmmLwmmmmiVmmsmw  /  :*������  'A  /i  ���?MW*fJ.,fitli>&*>  Oll>b��JI)!>    -  T, P, ponuhoiiy, Mur,  1 .  from ihQ Manogoment and s/ciff ����f   ��� -  : 0AMK OF -MONTREAL  Tl-ll: l:IK5T CANAPIAN J.JANK  �����f     /y\o(ld)rq���PorK���  J  G. Jl Harris, Marf  .Scc;||t)||~  W, Pooih, Mor,  1,  IIWnilfllWWWMII^lfinjMyMWMWWt^^  /  \\  i��jiM^^J!?P!NM*^'^i?l***'-^l^ff  -iMMwa* J.*.   t>, _-t.-u tr^-'^."^.^^.^^.--.-^^-^^^ ^T *     , > *^T  ���       ' ~ - Arrival  Santa's arrival in Sechelt' made the   Christmas wishes. This   year   his    was needed to get lum safely through  Chrfstmas scene complete   for tlie   chariot was the Seciielt Volunteer   Uie snow, and lus escort was the  many children waiting anxiously to. Fire Dept. -truck but of course it   Indian Student Band,  tell this Wonderful person   their ��  Jf' *���  ���0  *���*      **u*    y n.  \ \     *******     ji. * ** ,.     -E -"V  * / , * ��   is-���"   v* V  '*'*^'aJM^+*��l)*^  ; ;-/*���*> -*-.r~ 3 ri j *, ^,.  I1" '   t-4 t  ( W  ^^ y*t *  ^rouncf Qibsoris^  -*-by Motion Chqrmqn  SINGING to raise money for tjfie Cup  af Milk Fund. Christmas cayolltars at  Sunnycrest Plassa on Friday evening were  students'of longdate School accompanied  by grade 7 teaeWMr. J.C Jacoh.   Mr. Jacob wishes to thank tho parents  for their co-operallon qnd assistance,, In  transportation etc, Those' participating  ware: Jamie Egan, Ja|mio MePhedran,  Oraldlne Fyles, Susan Vodoy,* Johanna  Lahd, Lisd Jepkinson, Qlorla Given, Iu-  ��grld Petevsen, $ignd< Petersen, Michael  McNevln, ^mtva Campbell, Gail Neiison,  Bruce Pollack,' Cathy Gibb, Bruce flan-*  {,en, Ryan Matthew's, Todd Tuba, Moiva  Greig, Marilyn Munvoe, Michael Plourde, .>'  Diane Pelletier and Cindy Frykas,  HERE ANP THERE.  Brian 3oser, l(l<year old son of Mv,  and Mrs, George Boser, Park Road, has  gone by Air Canada to_London, England.  Ho intends to visit Holland and travel.  The ladies Scottish Country Dancing  Gioup had to postpone'the" annual party  due to the inclement weather, They will"  lesume their Tuesday  afternoon meet-  S"��#Vci    ings on Jan. Hth with the party now  ^^^^    scheduled for Jan, 10th'.  ^^^^        Mr   and Mi's. Graham (nee Florence  Blam) and their two children from -Vancouver wiU be with Mr, and Mrs. Lome  Blam for Chris'tmasT '  Mr. and Mrs. Wm>Youdell and family  will spend �� week at Cpurtenay with  ioi-mer local residents Dennis and Carol  Oliver and family.  Mr. and Mis. TJjor Anderson will have  their son and daughter-in-law from Co-  quit Jam as guests for the festive season.  Mr. I. C, Jacob went by plane to Pin-  cher Creek,'Alberta for the holidays.  ���Ofo'��   ^The' frehtowfa Timer, VMn^dayi Pwamhor 82, 1W\  I,ILU   jl   ��^^1>^.   I..J.III   I       .f^H   l.mifl    ^ll>,    II      |1<      Ulftfl'Wa",.!       t.f.lJjWlB.l',ll,.lll.��.    HI   ..I.II1WI      II   I    ��.J��.HHHI')J,I...I.Wp>'.  IWMUqlP  awwajii^WiiiwuiBjiiay  MWIWMHH  $MAU CUklfffi$f^T\WIU BE CLOSED  eMGKiMKMaaglffiUeM^^  OFFICE REMAINS  OPEN FOB YOUR  CONVENIENCE  ,ti$^$^^^^^  >ia,.l'ja')"{iiViti;..,^a'rf,ii,H-[il..jiii^> riiAii ig.�� .~LL-dh<Li-H\t-4*i;iU,lii**h:��&tfiilii'i>^ ' ' '��� >'" ����WiiTi��i1Mi.i.WI1��ii|.-,iU,   .    ..'      .1,  I J_^_^> '        a w^���, ���-. I    ���    I     ���     )    J      01-^ ^f '.,[}'   ���     .    .'      " LU    ' , '���.' ^ 1 '  ' I'  . ^- I aaa^L ^L-  * Here's wishing all  a mostglorious  2 time at Christmas  Lloyd and Edna Hanson  J  *��� ��  yy-A- .Ak-'-k:A1"-^  "���SecKelf1 - |  \'  .        -   ,+..  **;     *     *.      ' .   ' O,-      "      '     ' 'V"  i  A       m      **   I  n;  /*  wt*tH��>��1�� Ifc iwtw  JK(      I  TRAVELI.ER8  Miss Norah Anula and Miss Ardis  rowston are back from an 8-month  overseas trip. Returning, they weie  among thejaagsengeis on tlie plane which  cnme down in Greenland where "H was  extremely cold. Miss Anula was interviewed on TV at the airport in Viln-  cuuvei atteir~anofher plane brought the  stianded passengers oyt.  While in Europe Miss Crowston and  Miss Anula were joined by the tetter's  paients, Mr. and Mrs, D. J. Andow of  Piatt Road, who spent six weeks visil-  relatives, In Hungary the country  beautiful, the sjght-seers visited  some  interesting  ancient  churches.   The  ity also toured in Yugoslavia and Hol-  ind, they enjoyed sWimming at the sea-  rn Greece.        i  While away from home, things which  we take for granted are missed when not  available in other countries, for instance  water could be had for only 2 hours a  clay in Turkey. Jn some parts, electrical  power was -lackiruL It was indeed an  educational and at times, exciting holiday .  BON VOYAGE  Miss Anna de Vries, home from College, joined in the Bon Voyage cejebra- *  tion for her parents, Mr. and Mrs, Ken  de Vries who will vacation in the Netherlands for a few weeks. ..   . .  . Qtbers: present .at a surprise party at  tf\eir * home.' t4twish Hhem w hap^y Holiday  and pleasant journey/were.vMr,.and'MrK'  , Ed. Hauka, Mrs. Ed, Connor, Mrs. Mike  BERNIE and NICK  ^.1* '  Herald* T       1 1  Whatever the occasion in Sechelt^the    aside^as the young peoplei marched, LnQir Tin  3110.  SG6  Student-Residence Band make it a   in colorful procession and their musict **"M    , "r ,��� "j J     .  memorable one   When Santa Claus,   filled,the hearts of everyone with the ]:��"Ut' nf Tirnvlrl  paid hfs annual visit to Sechelt? the^'^  chill winds 'and Show   were swept    approach of Santa Glaus.,J ' LIGHTS and candles have always been   Hauka, Mr. and Mrs. L, de Vriea, Mr.  r- "- ��� " '   "'. ' .  .,l11*1" .���'."���: ���',"������   :��� - .   .���  associated with Christmas Day. They   .and  Mrs.  Sowerbutts  and^Mrs.  Frank  ^ I II I I      ���������       ^     ��� ' were used both on the tree, and- lighted.   Ifffiffious   wfrefmM^w1?  Pender Harbour Jottings .     *��> w^��-��^ ^ses-       rPyeedofthaenbroKcZwiz%ilz  .  This'is .in keeping with the celebration    was presented With a beautiful corsage  of Christ's birthday; "Christmas" means.,  and gifts,  "mass of Christ," the word derives; from  ~by Evans Hermon  Runners 105 points, Sardines 9(5, Drivers    ^fthureh' cSrati'on 'of the "daiy7 whlph  n<7\   Allow   Pnto   Jin   Tinrlq   72    Wnlnsi   72.       . , ���        .    . ��� ��� .    .. ������:. ���-0 V. ,...1!  Poet's Corner  ��"���' "    "    a".      |l     '    "���    a.......... ���   '     ���Your wnti'lbittlwis are Ittvltml  'TIS  CHRISTMAS    .  FLEA MARKET . ��� __.,     yx    'FLEA Market* organized by the- Com- 87;-Alley Cats 80, Duds 72, Watusi 72, : formed a very important paH of the hoii-  munity  Hall Club,  was held  at the Mopehors 71�� Springs (i.>. day observance in early medieval clays.  Pender  Harbour    Community    Hall on         Teams  high    three:   -Sardines   JR)M, ti ia not the actual birthdav of CIiiIhI.  Saturday; December 11th. There was a Drivers 2904, Road Runners 2000. Team's ^-"iK, ?��,. 7h"t date Is Jo!   he  small admission charge and this; together high singles:-   Sardines    109?, .Moocherp ^tS' Was BfcerXatlon Ir riv'r  ���With stall rents and ten por cent of all 1012,. Drivers 992. Men's .high three:  R. . S���d; "^'^^fi^iSM1'"0" by, J. Benlham  sales, went to the Community Hall... Talento 035, G. Merkle 023, A. Edward- -uu yUQIfi au<-' XUM ��t-ul" T|,0 nioon flhll)0H |,|gh in t,1Q w|ntor Hi<y(  ,     The  variety   offered  by-some  eight son  579.  Ladies'  high, singles:  K,  Ross. ���      The   Romans   had   a   groat,  fc?nsl   In    The  twlnklliig stars look dowh, '  stalls included such things'as children's 255 J, Merkle 19ftt J/Donley 109. Ladies* honor of Saturn, tho Sun god. This Huhii-     T|10 snow's piled dcop,.around lho homos  toys, comics, rosin ware, prosorvors, cloth-, high three: J, Merkle 543, K. Rqji8',53<J, nalia was held in Dccomber at thii hum    Of our little country town;  ing, books ahd ceramics.; , v   l J. Donley 510. of tho winter solstlco, The northern niws    Old friends and now all come to call  Despite slippery roads and chilly  weather, the Cqmmunlly Club -reports' a  fair turnout andn tidy profit.  JHope Your holiday is Brig^  SC^r-  SECHELT  I  "��*����'V����MMWMMW������<MWMMIWIMWWMil��W��IW��IIMMI��MMMW>��WWI^^  Bowling is suspended for the holiday    celebrated the YUletldo (heathen wiuH-r    With, gifts and happy greetings,  season and recomrilences on Wednesday,    feast) at thc same time, .difcorating tri'csi   Peace' and goodwill shored by all  January 5th, .'  . w'lh  lights.. Those   lighted   trees ' worn , And. ojd nequnlntnncos, mooting,  M  HOSPITAL AUXILIARY  Pender Harbour.'.Auxiliary to St.  Hospital have hud to cancel  eon meetings, for two ' successive  s because of Inclement weather, Tho-  t mooting is planned for .Tanuary Hth  Lord IliiriH, with lunch to ho served  I. 12 noon, Business will he Mrs, Gool-  dr.up's report covering, 1071 operations,  followed hy clod Inn of offlceim for 1972,  NEW  YEAR'S  DANCE  Willie Mollis Is organizing a Now  year's Diinoo at. the Community Hull,  "Tho. Tydo'.', a 3-ploco combo from Vancouver, lias boon liooluid for tho ovent  and will provide music from 9 pm until  .������ 2 am. Willie says there'll be choose,  cracltors, and 'sdmolhlng' to drink, Loin  of voluntcorii nro needed to make tlio  danco a sucoi'sii���WIHIo would approclulo.  hearing from ubkt bodied typos willing to  glvo or their tlmo, Call him nl, 11(13-2727,  ".    ho needs ymil      t ��� M,v��� .,.,,;,���, k ���.,^.���:..,...������,���������  TURKPY BINGO ,  A good turnout ill ropoi'tcd for Hjngo  held at tho Ponder/larbour Communit^K'  Hall on Thiirsdayjjwl.'eoinhor 1(1,     ,   ,  , .  Jfiiuiio Morkln won a ,|fiO pol. and a  ^0 pound turkey, Thoiwlnnor-talwsull piit  ,   'won flplh  3 ..ways,  Mrs, (', .1,  Hold  of  Gnrdon Buy was one of-Iho lluca winners  i   of $25,00 and hI\o ��Inn won n lurhcy In'  iinoihoi- giuiio,;i     , '  Tho two callors, Art Aloxnndor and  Harry Mnni-o, wore each given a turkey"  for Iholr cfforls.     ! ,  For thin iipoolid bingo, froo" fronhmontfl  Wc>ro iiorvod, 1 li��'nr that u good tlmo  wos had hy All,  BOWLING NEWS        '  -T ��� - - On W��uliiosday> Docomhcr 151 h,* bowl*  Ing was brightoimd by prl/.n giving,  Prcfildcnt, .John Dlvall, mnrio prrscnla.  tloiin of f5 (first prize), bo'xo|i of mandarin oranges, and I Inn of asHortod nuts, to  recipients of lucky niunhor combinations,  These donations wWfmm tho Howling  Commltlc-o, with tho exception of a tin  of asuorlod nptH, which w<is glVon by.the  Pender H/nrbour Sloro,  League stahdlngs are an follows: Road  if  BRIDGE .  Rrldgo winner for Thursday, Dccomber Hthi at lhe Ponder Harbour Hotel  was yours truly, Boy, did 1 huvo tho  cards, ���--"  called sun trees.  About -100 A.D. the Tope, .Tulin.-<' I,  fixed December 25 as the date on which  Christmas was to ho observed, and mil-  orod miiHsea to he held to replace ilw  pngni> .'r|los. ..���.-, .  Lot all tho village bolls ring out;  Look for a gay tomorrow,     '  Think not of troubles or of pain  'Tls Christmas thpo,ohco again.  I       .      '.I,,      .._,....:,.,       '       , ��� ,    ?)!��<-  ���    ���       ''��������� #"���''*''������. \/L' i '���  0   _ mftmmm^...  * ���   -,. .��    n,. 0       ���   m  A MINI U,N.  Tlio B.C. Forest Sorvlco Is almost a littlo  United Nations,.Among, Us personnel  there are  people whoso original  homo-  ARTIST COINED MOTEL  The word'"ihotel" wiis coined 25 yours'.  ago by ti slgnpalntcr who planned n |nli!  poorly, The B,C, Automobile AshhoIiiIiihi  A Danish postal dork, Rlnur llolhooll,  was the first to think of raising money  for charity by soiling Christmas seals,  - ���' ���'    '"   "a  .. nil'    , .I..^..     Ill   I .a'  IHI.  '<MMMlWWW<M>��WMMI����W>IM>��l��MMM>*��MWM>����l��<MMMMtW��tiWWMM��  lands, Include Turkey, Germany, Japan, explains Ihul the artist Imprfivlsod ilu-  India, Portugal, China, Hungary, Poland, name  nftnr dlscoyering  there wmi  nul'.  Now Zealand and Australia --Mo namo enough room on a neurly-coinpleled sign;  a few, ' for tho usual "Motor Hotel",  J!L*��� d  eninsula  of or rrodyefs  SECHELT     ',-,    ', ,-;  A prayer  for  Peacei  \  Sinocroot good  wishoo for a  -IIAPPlfMMll!  PILL qnd DOROTHY  'IVIUBRAY'��! OABDlN  nnd PET SUPPLIES  Gibson*  May yovrChristmm  abound with wmf art,  t ^mw*wwwmw*wri*^^ ^"VMwwwfHW^^^  -ft  ,\  r  ri  **,',: .'yt*,*.0**.f*0Sff-f,it-'* **0 0.0,i* f.C * ** '.���-}.',< t'  ������<*  f.Ji.AJJ- '   .���.:':   '��� ..'".I.*'-:; :....���������- '*. :'���' - '���;",.,.i -  *, ' ...  .�� / *. & ��..  .   ,  ,   ,   0 .* / i f { f   ��� ,   .  0 .  ,-��� ���   * ��  *  * *...,..��� .  *,*,  ^��,   r, ���  -, *.0* 4*.**-*   *   " * *   *~ ��   ��    *"''   ���'*   *   ~  ffr00**r0rt00rrr rr.',  0 ,  .,.0-*,*,*��� A,* MAKa����>k,M,MV��AlK   ****** r-.t*-  ..... ' I 1  ' " *'   '   'y^-m-^"0,0k^^0,^^00M0r000^^^A******-^'J'00''^^^^  **.K~*.J^**r * ,   ^   .......     .        s.~ft~^��r��..   r   A,    ~... n*     .,.*..*, ^.J   r*     '    *    1      , 0*   ,   . ' . ���   ���      *   *    r   j..,.   ,..  ��^.  r���0 .r r.    ' r* A ,*.,.* A   A, *. 0 f 0  ������  ,-i   -  The Peninsula Times'  Wednesday, December 22, f$71  Rage C-3  ���Letter from Parliament Hill  OTTAWA���Although" it' may have gone  unnoticed by all except"a_ few. curmudgeonly old schoolteacher apd isomp  cranky ex-newspapermen, the English  language is in large extent being replaced  by jargon.'  **J0ir* ���;"��   m um ������������  1 ^iA-h:\*. p'  \      - f*       I-*.*-  W*  M      "Si  (  Jargon is   not"  slang * i  Slang is often  amusing and sometimes witty, h is  al.so casually under-  ���>  'J&i 4*2s�� ���'     vstcuulable,. within the  .   ^\Wf!    context-   that   it-is  -v-  A.-  delivered.  A   .Jogger     whp  Iciys, down his.chain  \       i ''����� J"-   -suw ond picks up an''  axe re understood  when lie announces  nidi i.ie is about to operate on ihe tree  by the Armstrong' Method. So is the  man on the tide flats who calls his shovel  a Cam Gun or the mechanic, who drops  his wrench, grabs a ball-peen 'hammer  and  announces that 4ie is going  to use  *���** ^ ��!*���*���������  ft  .1  ���n  ,'i*  t '**  \-.  '��*  ,>^  This is a $3 SPOT!  (Less when on contract)  Your advertising io this space will reach  - nearly 2,500 homes "(over 9,000 people)  each week. IKs the most economical way to  reach more Sunshine Coost people because  Times ads go into more homes than pny  other  newspaper   produced   lr^ this   area.  ___ The Titties  Phono 885-9654 ~  /  ���*x*  &  t ��  r>  /  ��- i  o  /"  his Persuader to Christianize a piece of  machinery.  Slang is used for arrtusement, Jargon  is used for confusion,  *, Jargon words are heavy and ponderous. They are presented as tho language  _=a  A  Secrets  to all our  loyal friends  Happy holiday!  JNevfafc^'Radio  and TV  GIBSONS  Sechelt News Notes  Only Santa Claus and his' elsccH'tS,  Lions Club President Mr. Les Eng'  lijsh and Chairman of ihe Santa Committee, Mr. Larry Goeson know the  6f an elite. / J secrets   being whispered  to Father  .Unlike slang, jargon is ^*iisidered to   'Christmas in the palace built fay the  l)o much too good for the common people. It is the code of exclusive classes  whose members use it to communicate  with one another while politely putting  dawn the unwashed masses who cannot  understand  the  words.  Having observed the growth of jargon  . as a replacement for English during most  of my lifetime, I confess that even today  " I hesitate to suggest which class of society-  reJies most heavily upon it.  Armies make extensive use of jargon.  (In army jargon, a target is not a target.  It is a Pie-selected Impact Area. Jargon  aImost aIways takes longer to write than  English, for which reason it is used by  people to whom time and money are of  ' little consequence.)  Government bureaucracies dispense  jargon in fountains.- Academics* particu-  kniytlio.se in economics and sociology,  emit' 'it ���������in���geyzcrs and baptize one another in. the IhunderingHbrrents. Businessmen ahd unionists are awed by the  stuff and frequently hire people to write  it.for them under their own names, so  lhat they may be confused by their own  language instead of somebody else's.  . Might I therefore put forward the  suggestion that the cause of simple, Chui-  "tnuTlTaTrEnglish has long since been lost,  and that those who love .language as a  means of communication should accept  then deleft gr^telully and  jargon  Lions in the Bank of Montreal building, courtesy of the Sechelt mer-  '-chants. Santa later paid a.visit to the  hospital to make sure that'll! the  children had a chance to see him.  THERE is a red suit, that is the star of  many Christmas parlies held in the  Sechelt area. The use of this suit is freely  given and the local owner Morgan  Thompson is only too happy to keep it.  here and inf good shape for Santa. Santa  appre'ciateiOthis and so do all of us, es-  .PeVJ.a'.ly.Mt.er  watching the young, on^s  Ivaa smith assisted" byMr.'j^ck Marshall ,  eyes agog to be so close to Santa Claus.     unci Mrs.  Jennie Reiler...  ���-by  Peggy Connor  ekah,   Vancouver  and   Teshlquoit  No.   55  JU-boi-ca  from  Powell  River.  Dinner was followed with a Christmas  skii by Mrs. Carrie Surtees. Music by  George Isjewsham. ��� Guest pianist Mrs.  .dace Hatcher who had her sister Mrs.  Howe with her. Santa    Claus'   was Mr.  Thank you Morgan's Mens' Wear.  The Joim Bunyuh's have sold their  home alongside Mission Creek in Davis  Bay. John and wife Elnora with daughter Susan, will move into the former  Lehmann home on Nickerson Road Jan.  15th. The-new home Ihey have purchased'  will also be where John will continue to  run his business "Trail Ray Enterprises",  closed until the end of January, by then  John will be ready to please you 'with  his  work .j._  The Siegfried Lehmann's will move to  Browning Road until Mr. Lehmann finishes the new home he is building on  Ratcliffe Road, Selma Park.  This property oii Nickerson Road will  learn tb-a best be remembered as the Old Jalopy  %C0 Mroek,- wtliq ,greo11 tSunclay- ���spOrl * - -tti!  BLESSINGS Of  THOiiuiibe  TO EVERYONE  Pan- Wheeler,  YOUR JMPERWktSSMSfe  giuWns .  l.'Ollllllll,  ��� ^This is the purpose of this column.     |   .^eqlieJtfirH.itewvi years.;;-.ago;.>!::'!^ir.**.;.'  Here is  the  St,  Piene  Handy  Guide Mr. and Mrs, fslaii ind !Dial|o Ander-  to Jiugonslup. A simple formula. A child    son of Davis Bay liave returned  from ;i  could use .11.  Many do, ten day holiday iin&Iexico. Visited Mexico  Please clip anci save the following City und Acapulco. Along with them wen',  three columns of words. The key,10 their Diane's folks, Mr, ami Mrs, Alec1 Lock-  use is provided at the bottom! of the hfii'i from Vancouver, Tlie children stayed  '���'"'  bei-o with relatives, Mr. and Mrs. Wes An  derson with a weekend'at Mr. and Mi,v  Jack Andersons,  HEBEKAHS  Tho Sunshine Rehukah Lodgu No. HIT  held lis Christnu^s party I'Vlduy, Doe. 17  at St, Hilda's Church Hall Sechult, Filty-  Jp.ur sal, duw'n to a smorgasbord dinner  propured by tho local Rebe'kah ladles.  Seated at .fhe hoad table were, |>ro-  Ihei- and sister Schad, tho laflor is .As-  Kcimbly Warden, They come from Jewell  River, Noblo Grand Madge Hansen ami  husband Lo|ils, District Deputy .Idiliy  oiler aiHi hushund, qibsons, - Nohlc  Grand nf Sunsliiilo Coast Odd -Kollowh  Lodge Mr, and Mrs, J-Jurle and" ICtli��<l  ' oglcy, Gibsons 'Assembly Cl.i.piai,,  JUIoun Hiiuih and liimband Iviiii, tinicc  wnn given hy  Mrs. .Mlluon, Sinilli,  Guest  Lodges  were  iWulali,   Relun-n..  In"  Now  Wcslmiiitdof,  Fnlrvinw' 'itui,!  Huse guests at the Ivan Smith's were  Mi. and Mrs. Schad from Powell River.  SPORT  t'ongratulations to the winners of Uie  ..Ucneiiade. Soccer Club's raffle. Alvin Au-  'gi.M.won. the tape deck which was first  pn/e.   Mike   Green   won   the   canoe   and  lien Bland has the surprise package.  WINNERS  Door prize winners at the Bake Sale  lu-ld.on Decemjjec.l'itiV^eTe ticket No.  12, whose holder can claim a hair-ilL;  and the owner' of ticket No. 4 winij a  cake Mr. J. Bodnarek won. the picture  chaw.  . The Secbolt Auxiliary jo SL* * Mai-ji-'S  ll'ispitali wishes, to thank everyoha who  :..m- generously dQ0ide^:��to ��� th^lr J C|iV|ff||^  mas greetings ih"lieiik of cards, "foi-'tlie  memorial fund, The response was most  gratifying. .     ���*  COLUMN.   I.  0,'iuUigi'alod  I. loltil"   ���  '-i. sysloinatlKcd  il, panillel  ���I, I'unutioual  5, respoiislvo '  ���*<). optional  7. synchroiil/.ud  ���  It, compatible  ,D, balanced  J  0 M*4wF'yiM**a -r-**^ n.  COliUMN -5J  0, niaiiiigi'iiieiil  .1, orgiiniziilipiiid'"  li, monitored  3, reciprocal  'l.digllal  5, logistical     '        . '  (I. ii-ansltionul  7, Incremental  11, thii'd-generolion     ,  D, policy  COLUMN a       ,        -��� '   '  \ ,0, options .  1,1'lcixllilllty  ,   . ��� ���il. cu liability  1   !t, iiinhlllty  ���l,|)|-Ogl'IUIIIIllllg " '   ;  ���.'~ ,.., ,    ' .1), i'ii.iu:i>pl.,.. ..."     II, |inie-p|i|i|ii)  7, pnioji'lliiu  ll, iiiii'dwai'o .   ,  II, ciiiitlngoiicy  'IVi ii he fho luiiidy guldn In ,|ii!'/;oii, ll.  In not iiocnssiiiy tu huvo any liioiight  Walinloviji- nor any unilorslaiidhig of tho  words, JiihI think til', n three digit, number, Lot's nay |il!i, Road acrosH thocol-  iiiiiiiii, "ilaliuii'od organoidIpnaI mobll-  lly.'I'l'roiiy imp'resslvo, wouldn't yon snyV  Drop llinl, liitu, any lotlci'i any speech,  i��nil .your wiirdii will, linvn tlui 'sonoroMH  lono ol'aiithni'lly. ���  Any i.'iiiiibliiiitliin will do, adil: System-.  n,ll/,nd  Iriuuillloiinl hardwuro. 07'Ii,..,J,ijJ.*i--  ���grnlod IiioiviiikiiIiiI; programming,, i  , With lho ^h-|'l��iT�� llai)dy,(hiidu tu  .lnrgoimlilp, any Canadian who can wrllo  lliroi) I'lgiii'os nn a place,of paper In ii(|iil|)-.  pod to i|i��ul wllh fho highest mandarhiN  -uf gdyoi'iiinonl, busliieiiii, si')oiumi tlio arls  of ilm rndicol lull, in i'a��'l| yoiicap, o()|i(i  "will ('"* in]y lii'jj ly*;* Tlioy'"' wi ii��' I, * "ui a lei-si it i ii I'"*"  wlial, you're nay lug,  but  thoy  will  rec >  (iiliil/o ,,vou  iii  Iiii  mi  hilollochiiil' anil  uncial liquid, ...,.,.  . 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I  \ 0  "     *     'I "  *      i       '��  * 4  Page C-6    *      The Peninsula Times    Wednesday, December 22, 1971  Christmas Jn Your Heart  ^JbH.fPasJpt Geri;Y Poster,  Pentecostal. Church, Gibsons  Nfr OTHER event of th.-, year >;rvvolve$ so  1 much preparation as Christinas. Thii^k  "of all the shopping that takes place.  Stores begin their Christmas advertising'  weeks in advance. Homemakers busily  prepare extra baking. *��� Homes and stores  are decorated. Buses, planes and  trains  mission, It hurts our pride. But if you  want your Christmas to ��be a true commemoration of the,-first Christmas you  must receive the Divine Christmas present���Christ with an open and thankful  hcait God is waiting with the gift, receive it and experience Christmas in  youi heart.  are packed with the thousands travelling        -lhe u'lsl] ���s\- w"cc lss��ed its  home at this special-season of the /ear, ' Chustmas sta^ip m November this  .The Irish Post;'Office issued its first  year.  / i   r-~    t'~ '* i   *  May your NewTeor bubble over with  fun and felo^ship. Thank you far your  .patronage. **_  FROM THE ��TAF-k -        ' ���  ������i  Pender Harbour, B.C.  * r*  r  Timely Warning  {.That's a man on th.e left and a moose    minds hunters that successful corn-  on the right. Funny? Not when every    pletion of the program and the pass-  hunting season in British Columbia    ing of an examination becomes man-  brings  injury  or death  to hunters    datory on April 1, 1972, for all res-  who have been mistaken for game . ident. hunters  14 years   of  age  or  ianimals. The man in this   case is    older applying fo.r a hunting licence  t  ���Paul Presidente, co-ordinator of the  hunter training, conservation -and  outdoor safety, program of the'Fish  and Wildlife Branch. Presidente re-  i Satety program . . ���  Children's excitement increases as December 25 draws nearer; they look ..forward to all those presents under that  lighted J.ree.  However, in the excitement of these  many aspe.cts of Christmas the real significance of the event is, often lost. For  many the day will come and go without  a ^.ngle thought of it being a birthday c~  pa^ty. But this is exactly what Christmas"  is The Bible describes the first and only  real Christmas: "For to you is born this '  day in the city of David a Savior, who "  is Christ the Lord."  Each December 23 is but a rememb-*  ranee of the first Christmas, a commemoration of that joyous event \yhen Jesus  Chi ist came' to this earth to redeem man.  With this in mind consider the giving aspect of Christmas. This I suppose,  would be termed the spirit of Christmas.  But I suggest the true spirit of Christmas  is not giving but receiving This should  be our attitude at this season of the  yeai, one of receiving. Certainly giving,-��-'  for the-first time, and all resident' involved- but that is the emphasis--en  hunters aged 14 to 18 regardless of  whether they have previously held a  hunting licence.  God's side, but regarding men it is, one  of receiving.. - v  God "so loved-the-\yorld that He gave  His only begotten Son." Isaiah prophesied: "For unto us a child is born, unto  us a Son is given."  So if we are talking about God Jthe  emphasis is on giving. But for man the  stress should be on receiving. The Bible  says: 'To all who received Him (Jesus  Christ) He gave authority to become  children of God."  Receiving  is difficult. It means sub-  BFfflllSiT  IIIIIIM'IIINTIlll!  Tlelen and Oscar  "Helen's  Fashion Stioppe  GIBSONS  wawm^JwuiMiinHtaiw  dud yaod  \XrU^e4fU*Hf  out taam  frUmda 0 * 0  MJ*awft'��tft..g7W��  BWBBSaiHa  JOYOUS HOLIDAY GREETINGS  From Lome, Georgette and Staff  GIBSONS  THE  REPORT is  terse:  *   "Victim    mistaken    for   game-moose.  ..Fifty  yards���quick    shot.  Killed  fellow  hunter. Age 31.'"  Why did it happen?  ....... A, They're, trigger .happy,"   says   Paul  Presidente, co-ordinator of the hunter  training, conservation and outdoor safety  program of the Fish and Wildlife Branch.  "They are movi'hg through the bush with  butterflies   in  their  stdmachs.'  Tliey  are  ^ fco  keyed  up  that  at  the  first  sight  or   sound of .something-���bang!-".    The answer?  "They must be more familiar with  tlieir weapons, with their own abilities,  and limitations, with the animals and  birds they, are . hunting, and with the  outdoors generally. Only then can they  develop the  recreational    potential  that  - hunting provides; they can be relaxed  and keep their cool.'They'll be sure" of  their target. They won't make that quick  shot." ."     *   ���  Instituted in 1969 on.y. voluntary.basis,  llie hunter training, coiiserVation and outdoor safety; program. li"as;Ibeci>- conducted  in   co-operation   with   outdoor   organiza-  FEDERAL  NDP CANDIDATE  :vi  %y  A*  -*   y  ,       "J  -a  -<-       i   T  S  .���I  *   I  S. i  HAHRY MAGNUS'  OLAUSSEN  Federal.NEW DEMOCRATIC  PARTY Canclldato for Coast-  Chilcotin; :>i2 year old bacho-  lor; bbrn ond oducotccl In For  East; world travollor, multl-  lunoifol boc-Horound, My In-  torost is PEOPLE. It will bo on  honor to sorvo you as a Mom?  borof Parllomcnt, In tho moan-  tlmo, qon I bo of sorvlpo to  you? Homo ocklrosi: 68B.7  Fairmont, Powoll. Rivor, D,C.  Phono number: 405-475li.  tions   and   school    board     night   school  classes.       , , ,,. .������'.  However, on-April 1, 1972, successful  completion of the program and the passing of an examination will become mandatory for all resident hunters 14 years  ofa'ge^r older "applying for a hunting  licence for the firsj time, and for all ���  resident hunters aged 14 to 18 regardless of whether they have previously  held a hunting licence. "A  Also on April 1, gun licences will  likely become necessary for all non-hunting use of firearms 'in the province.  "Again, there is a two-fold purpose,"  says Presidente. "Safety, of course, but  also . the  enhancement  of  hunting'* as- -ecw  . recreation."  "The gun licence is for those who  don't hunt but enjoy 'plinking'���and it  also includes organized, targdt shooting,  'fhe- requirements for obtaining gun  licences will be the same as those for  obtaining hunting licences^r---  v There are so many variables in compilf  ���jing^^^tics-'pni^tiuntit-ig accidents, says���  ^Presidente, tliat" !lic# are difficult to as^  semble ��� dnd -.give''- meaningful po/tijayal.  For instance, of the more than "154,000  licensed'hunters in the province in 1971  how many actually weiij. hunting? How ,  often? In what concentration? With what  .experience? ,ln what type of terrain and  weather conditions? With what " firearms? For what game? lie feels tliut all  these factors have a bearing oil ii hunter's safety record,  ' NoY��.|lU^!vs>t.   Mu:   Fi.sh   and   Wildlife  Branch has accumulated some pretty cold  >sUiti.stics. .  Fifty-six people have,died In British  Columbia from lO(it) to 1071 from accidents involving firearms. '     '  This year, to date (December 10) there  have been 15 fatalities .while hunting,  including 11 by firearms. The total number of deaths while-hunting In 1071 is  about the sumo as the previous three  years, but tho nuinber caused by firearms  has Increased to U as compared to five  Jn 11)70, eight, iu iDffl), and eight, in .IflcilI.-  I'lve other;dcalhsa wui-e caused by such  /iceldinits ns nil|rf and  drownings,  0|i<> thing the' UhUhUoh sliow, deflating Homo arguments, Is that young bun-  , |��vn  l'..\\\i\\.\  bo  collectively   blamed   for  uniting  accidents,   The iivorago  ago  of  hunters  in  Ui-IUsh  Columbia  who  havo  liil'lk'lod injury or, death on IhemsolvoH  or others Is 2II.J) yen'i-H,  ��� The ll>lHh and Wildlife Brunch In innk-  hig.n .diitoi-iiiined effort to reduce lho  accident rate, Thoy fool that the hunter  ���training, conservation and outdoor safely  program conducted by Presidente, who  ' niana^cd an outdoor safety coui-ro fnr  mtiiiy years, mtmt. iuil only ho inululaUiry  but, comprehonslVo im well.  J,?  -'I.  \J'  'At*  V.  u  <s  t  ���* M  V,  KW$<, Wishing you  a joyous & harmonious seaspnl  RICHARDS^JMUSICj^SJHlbP  Dox 722r Gibsons^ B.C.    ��  Phono 006-7590       ,',  T      0  ,i  :���<.  0^0^0000^0,  l\t ���  _y  1  A  AbicI a Bright cincl Prosperous ISSeW Year  fo qll our ffrielrids obi the Sutishiiie CoasH  ,  ,    .      , .    i    . ,.'(,.../.  e thank you for your cofiitnaeftce aniq your support,  which keeps us growing every; monthr.'  - to serve you better.  STEWARD ALSGARD    ��   POUG WWUER ��� xl   MARQA WHEELER  BILL BRYSON  A   JACK McCANN '  A  i it  uiieS  largbsf Circulation of any Pa par produdodjan tho lowor Sunshine Coast  l��# it. *** rt 0. 0* I  0000.  "���"jf" "t"!  A  i*, * v* * ���*  ��i    -  * * ft.,.. *.!*,. &���*,  I ; - j , r. 0-r u *'*, 000**00 001'*���*'*} 0r%1*f %������* *-*��*i"  .���"-J  ��� ���     ���    I  y,>'  ��)��>>��*  0,0,***,  i r, ,,*�����  ..I,..  *f,.L  , ,0  ������,.*,  'It',*,'  �� 'I' A   ,!,  a    ,  h *,0 0.0+**.*..  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L..0 .ViaUk^.  ,   *^.ir^fA0.-l .A, Mi/Wml"WV��i ^*KWr��-*s^SS^fJm  Original School  lTj% original Hatfm&on Bay , sehqol  -after a new Edition had Been eQrh  stated; Main buU4ing was built in  mn.      *   r- '  ".  *w>��y''llw'''w*|W-"ww��>a'|a*<"<ww��w^     - . rr-,** ~-rr- , , , , . , , ^  1948 Students    '  Halfniooh Bay   school   about 1^48,   Lyns (now Russell); Jirnmy Burrows,  TeacheV (right) is Mrs, Eila Jensen'.   .Joyce Scott (now Farewell),    .  -Among  the students are:  Mafilyh \ _, w  <  * A ~  History of :Halfmoon\Bay  >\ i  ������by Mary Tinkley  fim*'W.y>>i:):y*  ///// M ?ft  Christmas Blessings on Yon & Yours  FROM JOCK, CATHY, ROSE ond CAROL  HOWE SOUND 5 &: 10  ,��� VJ..'. '���:   GIBSONS   ,       '������...���',-..  .A*  FILL TR UP WITH REST WISHES!  Jim Heppnor  HARBOUR MOTORS  Madeira Park  ���THE^efillGINAL Hal'mopn Bay  Sehool  \vas built'in 1915 on land - which <was  Jonated    hy Mrs   Clara    Lyell.  A tew  yeais later, a front section was added to  give nioi e space Many of the early teachers did not stay more than_a year, qyj  ���two, It was ceitamly no easy t^sH, fpr  they sometimes had as many as 30 ov 4fl  pupils  and were expected   to  teach  all  grades   Conditions  were" primitive, with  a  wood  burning  heater,   outside   toilets  and water having lo he earned from the  crpek, Salqi ies were low and, during the  %dpp>ession yeais, they became lower and  lowei  lAccoiding ^o a journal which was  kepfby the late Tom Wall and is now in  the custody oi Mis Jack Buwows, W"16  teacher's salaiy in 1932 was $3108 a  rnonth and the janitor ieceived four dollars a month During the next few years,  as the effects oi the depresssion became  more widely felt, money became more  and more scai ce and salaries became even  lower. By the yeai 1933-34, the teacher's  salaiy was down to $1040 a month, the Anybody recognize them? This group  following yeai to $10 and in 1935-36 to of youngsters taken in 1945 at* the  $0 70 ' Halfmoon Bay- school include: Dian-  . It is small wonder that many of the ne Pearson (Dianne Benner today)  teachers were prepared to undertake the Kendall Pearson, Jimmy Burrows  janitor's duties which brought in an ex-    and Dave Parish.- �� - ���"   ''*'  tra four or five dollars a^ month. Several     ; ��� -���' .��� .".."��� ���,,-,_,���..,..,.,.^,  items in the journal seem to indicate  ���that there was not always enough money  available to pay even these pittances of  salaries. Against the, date November. g,  1935, there is an item of $15,40 paid to  the teacher wi)ieh reads ''Teacher's salary,  Class  of  1945  were boarded at Sechelt so that they  could attend Elphinstone School for the  higher grades, jean Scott ("now Mrs.-Den*  rtis Gray) w.RS one of these. Mrs, Jensen  later remarrie'd and taught at Egmont  ineluSl^^e an oSolS^    under tiy^n^Mrs. MacKay. j  , ...  .    .4...   *�����.... -���      .. With^Wjpfptipar boom in loggma  the   schojM^maSi. Crowded     during   Mv4  Ma'son's ,,$Hjf\i3igI t��a6her" and it becamf  . ary and $4 janimfewprk''.  - -l^Th&^teachers in IhpsQ hard times-were  " probably fortunate-thatHhey were able to  .board at the Tom'Wall ranch and il  is  ; unlikely   that   they   ever/went   hungry,  for the Walls grew all their own fruit  and vegetables apd kept cows and chickens. Prices too^were low and a .dollar,  N^hich is worth so little today could, in  those depression years, buy a quart of  paint,  a  gallon  of floor  oil,  or  pay  a  man tp repair tho.roof after a fire, Wall,  who was' a school trustee, received,, the  princely sum of-$2,50 for oUing the scliool  floor and making and finishing a book  ' rnek, supplying his own materials, Wre-  wood could be obtained form* littlo. as  #1,50 ix cord,     "''������"  , '"he fh'Ht teoohor.fit tho Halfmoon Hay  school was Miss lloion MacKuy, She was  followed* during tho ;noxt few yeii.ru- by  IVH��a Vortift Donnlson  (later Mrii,  Hugh  necessary1, to organize shifts. These wer��  shared by the next two teachers, Mrs.  iVrill Hanney and Miss Lois Minish,  Mrs.. Hanney Wfts the daughter of the  late M>'R. Varpji Conquest and Miss Minish married Merrill Meus'e, a brother jxt-r  Mrs, Bill Pallant;  T Following Miss Chris Happen, came  Mrs, Carrie Surteeg... who ��� hpldfj, the record for longest s'ervice as a teacher at  the school. Sho taught ihere continuously  from 105-1 to 100R, and- R was in 1958  that tl,io present, school was built, still a  onq-room school but with modern facilities, Dui-iii'g Mrs, Surtees' 1e,r.iTMis principal, the school was operated-foi' grades  1-4 with other grades���'.being bussed to,  Madeira  Park  and   Kloindale, '   -  After    Mrs,   Surtees'  retirement    in  itiflfl, the school wos closed on a rceom  the  1030'h when Mrs   Pat Ness wa-i . t    ?Tf of ��\�� ��"��>'<>����>  school was over,  tending  the  school,*., hor   teacl ers  were J ."^wovor, the fnllpwlng yoar i   wns noo-  Mlm Allan Ilelgeson, Minn Dora ColHt,    ?Ty/0 vo-open tho school hoc. jiroo  Mlna Poarl Chamlwl n and Mr, Jimmy   'S t Tm'T ?       l nn2 pl   lw' W  Smith, who has, the d Istlnetibn of being,   1l l)"7" " "��'Un 'TT "    f'^ WlW\-  '���"Hiilfmoon  Hiiv'h only,man  toad or   le    wlUl M,'H' M"''-v Mo|,ls H�� ,"m!hl"' >,mU  w^ followedW mi J    .hv kk'm     w'njw- T";5 f?nr��"�� ^�����, ��fy���  AmmVo, Mlw-ISmmii Kk xm   Mrs, hono- |> primary, m;hool<.r Qraco,, l and By  ham, In 19111 whon Mlii^lla .lonscn whs !"\����,,",,"�� Hh1u,V,,itH hm U,�� HtiMmm  tho   loaeho,.,  eight    gnideWo.^    hciiut MTi* om'    Willi   Mm ' M   Davlo   oh  tough! at the schpol and some ,h oh ^ ^J^ Z\���'lo't of-  iondod to��� CJnuloH -l-.'l Iicciiiiho of tlm deit-  ronHO ,ln Iho number pi' locul children,  With no inoro bin fnmllltm mmh on th��  Kriilu Pomhlo'H nhd 1,1m Krank' KlngHton'H  Ui HlghCtho fulnro of (tho lliilfinoon Bay  School In iindoublodly a mat tor for con-  Jootn'ro,'  0^Afnn  It Jidda iwucli to t)d�� enjoyment; oC tlio swum  %omtmdlfaQVLtMw.fa  *���  I      .      . ^ ��� , 'J ^       J ^  , I I ' ' ' I 1 ' ' ' 'a |  tni* hm mhez ht ^ WBRRX CHRISTMAS '*, * ���  cJLtsnn  ^lOM/ettf ana  cBttte  Wlfjlxlng you  tii6 Juipjilnooii  ttmt can como,  ytlt\\ Oliristmns., '*  H8J^|M BUBLOl  ' CdNfR"   Pox 622, Socholt  rnu'.-jn'ai^v."�����y ��������������  MERRY CHIWSTMAg^ftllow^ftJen^^-    . ; '    J  Bob, Scoff and F&te: {       / /;  \  DJSTRlBWrbRft-*.:7 ;V  <'  t ,',  a    )���     l.^^1 ���'VJ, I   I   JUM U 1 ,) Jl'  Jl. 'l��J   ' JllfcJ ���    .1 .  00>m^000r*0*0,^0^m*nmm0mmmm0*m00fm0*  lil!��� U>.���' ' '."  ��� ���.,        .(  ...  .'i;   nl   'In  Vlffl  ,l-)i.ll.l l.vV     , (I,.11     ,1        I |..     -      .      - J   m ��� ..t   ������������������   ... ffave a jolly g^odyMidgy^ylA^yJJ  >nh  t    >IH    -"ii1!    .1I1T     ifTI'il'T    1,  r        rfi-i Tt,,*   jiiti     .,     ^*i.!-,;!.\l.ll'lli-.i I    i!"l\  MARJ, DI^NA^and DAVE  FAipC B40USE  , iGibsons  ... ii  ������..it  .(:!.���'���.'  ^0im0*0*m0m**000000mi000000m*0*00m0r!0mrmm*.  TOilXOEOTSAi  mwmmi mmm  \     I  From Joq, Lotda. ana Mary  y,  J ���*���*.  '** r *"        fc"       "*  S. * ���       *' J-.        *  i .    ^  .,.. r*r        i*0, **. * ^       "      IU   i,     ��\�� i  pi      s '  s    -  Page C-8  The PeninWta time*   Wednesday, December 22, 1971  ���i  ���  *'f*  :*  i0'4-\\. u*-  ." *   ���/    t    ��  ^   '*'    ,.  *     .'     '   \\  ���,i  ~, ���**&**, It     1) ���    J ��. -     I, 1   .n-u,- . -. * ���   J  r  ��  4               \  *   ^t  ���1  J  ���             V  , *   -    1  �����  -iw  4  9  "     ���    1  .        T  t  i *  l  "     i    '  innnnrnuunnrmnnniuinnnnnnnnri������n���-���-���-���"���������������"���"���""������"'"'"mm  We hope you have a happy hoHdayf  GQDDARO'S  FfeSHI0N- CENTRE  GIBSONS   ���    SECHELT  Wood Crafl. Clipper Ships  The natural beauty of wood has not The lure of the-sea to a young lad  been surpassed by anything manu- is as strong now as it was in the  facturedJsyntheticaUy but it takes a days of the clipper Ships which hold  ��� craftsman like Mr. Ernie Burnett to -the attention Of Ghm White at the  reveal-toe mysteries which lie deep Roberts  Creek    Crafts    Fair,   fhe  in the heart of the many species of driftwood model   vessels are    the  wood which are his medium.  Mr. work of wood-carver Ernie Burnett  Burnett's tools are as delicate as any and  along with   the  pther figures  surgeon's instruments and are most- which seem   to emerge from   the  ly unobtainable   now. Pictured'   at natural symmetry of the wood, can  work during the Crafts Fair at Rob- be seen   at the Carver s   Cabin on  erts Creek; Mr. Burnett's carvings Lockyer Road, Roberts Creek where  will be featured    in CBG's Beach-" Mr. Burnet   is carving a tourist at-  combers series as the work of "Niek traction in keeping with tlie natural*  Adonidas"    the beachcomber ...who beauty of his property.         likes to^hittleinhis spare Ume.... .      Tw(Mong-h��ired neeh^age sons -gave  their  father a  surprise  birthday  gift���a  Tho Canada Post Office began issuing Ihis  tilled with their sheared locks, and  special stamps for Christmas on an annual a card that read: "Dear Dad, Forgive lis  basis in  1964. our past tresses."       -     ,       ^  May I take this opportunity to express my sincere  thanks to all who showed tfasir confidence ,fay he/ping  re-elect me to thefoffice of mayor. During th^caming  term I will continue to do all in my ppwer to justify  such fine support. ^ ;?  (Mayor Gibsons)  4ft-  *Z\  *&:  CCV  ���r  WHOLE or  SHANK Vz,  y*** .,..,*,., ,  \lU00  cr?ja  ���t  DUCKSi GEESE, GAME HENS  All Sixes at CompotitivQ Prices  AVAILABLE WED.. THURS., FRf.  A LARGE VARfETY OFVANCOUi/ERFANCY SAUSAGE PRODUCTS  ,' -        ' ' '.     ��� 1     * i  ';.,.;.  ' ' ' "V '���'' ':"���'���  "������ PRODUCE ' >   ' ,," ' ������~  o'  >',**>  OCEAN SPRAY" 16 6x, pkg.,.  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L,  I  I  :'  0  *  t*.  �� 1  *fc'  1*'  **  m\  i *H     0  r   ~  t<       '-  <���      *  f  '-*!  */ <  J  '  f *  **  .- ���i'  . ���**  - -    *r *^  lllWtlllWil^aMMMMMIlllllWIIWMIIWMWMWUWWWIIMWUllMWMUWMIHIMMIW  We hope you have a happy hoHdayf  GQDD^RD'S FASHBOi^i CENTRE  GifBSONS���    SECHELT  Wood Crafl. Clipper Ships  The natural beauty of wood has not The lure of the sea to a young lad  been surpassed by anything manu- is as strong now as it was in the  facturedf synthetically but it takes a days of the clipper ships which hold  ��� crSCtsHtan like Mr. Ernie Burnett to the attention of Chris White at the  reveal-the mysteries which lie deep Roberts  Creek    Crafts    Fair.  The  in the heart of the many species of driftwood  model    vessels  are    the  wood which are his medium.  Mr. work of wood-carver Ernie Burnett  Burnett's tools are as delicate as any amL.along with   the  pther -'fogqres  surgeon's instruments and are most- winch seem   to emerge from   the  ly. unobtainable   now. Pictured'   at   natural symmetry of the wood, can  work during the Crafts Fair at Rob- be seen   at the Carver s   Cabin on  erts Creek. Mr. Burnett's carvings Lockyer Road, Roberts Creek where  will be featured    in CBG's Beach-"'Mr. Burnett is carving a tourist at-  combers series as the work of "Niek traction in keeping with tlie natural^  Adonidas"    the beachcomber ...who beauty of his property. -   -  likes.,to'iwhittle-in..his..spare,:ti-me.-���,?,.     ,��� ~7.;.    ., . .'.,''/���"..-   ���    ~~  *��� '.'"'���***    ���        "  Iwo  long-haired teen-age  sons  gave  tlu-ir  father a  surprise  birthday  gift���a  Tho Canada Post Office began issuing hox filled with their {sheared locks, and  special stamps for Christmas on an annuail a card that read: "Dear Dad, Forgive lis  basis in  1964. um past tresses." ,       ^   >L ',' -. J  '  May I take this opportunity to express my sincere  thanks to all who showed th^ir confidence,by helping  re-elect me to thefoffice of mayor. During th^Coming  term I will continue to do all in my ppwer to lustily  such fine support. > ,^  ^^^ *��� - (Mayor Gibsons^  J*M\ ' '���' '���       ���   I.     ���������-    -  -'". ������   ���'    -----     ���  ���  '     '     ���- -' -     ��� " r ,..;: ^.:..: -   -  .; :a^ ,.���, ;���  ....    ;_.., ;..  .. .   .- ._ _..���:,..,...���... ...... ,  ,, .,.., .',...    ....... a     ,      ���..,,.. *?   -     . ...../'-..       . ..: .,.���..:_:..������:..... ���������������  \lU00  ducks; geese, game hens  All Sixes at Comriotitivq Prices  E5?T3I  AVAILABLE VVED.. THURS., FR*.  ** |S"*>v Fl  ���    1fh   it  jUlaiu  A LARGE VARIETY OF llANCOUi/ER FANCY SAUSAGE, PRODUCTS  N  PRODUCE  OCEAN SPRAY   16 6*. pkg.  CANADA No. 1  >',**>  RED EMPEROR CANADA No. I ,,.  -���-^ FROZEN FOOD ���  LIBBYS, 14 ox, Fancy  NABOB, 44 ox.  SEA LORD, 4 ox.  OCEAN SPRAY, 14 ox.  .  '< '" * -.    ' ' i  NIBLETS, 12 ox.  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