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 'A  'asa**'*'-.  ,*%A  ^���������i.-.._.-,i_.J^-i;_.l. iffi��-| AmpittffatW'****^**  ',$&&  irtTii- f.*T- ifilirn^'ii%'-V*,-ii~y-^,V-rrT��ir .*,.  ft  _i,T,_.-_.i.F_-a  WWHf>i^i'>httl#*��.l  t^Sfatf^^^Jfo^-^^Waj^  - f  SunarfcfneCoasf . . V  f ���  West Canadian Graphic Industries Ltd.,  1606 West 5th Ave.,   .  . . /  Vancouver 9�� B.C. m  , - Service  REPORT that a lost flyer had been spot- , ther and heavy snow on the hills had  ted circling in the area of the Munici- , made flying hard work. However, after a  pa 1 airport   at   Wilson- Creek,   Sunday   brief respite,, they  resumed   the search  Serving the Sunshine Cdost, (Howe Sound to jervis Inlet), including Pott Mellon, Hopkins Landing, Granthams Landing, Gibsons, Roberts Creek,  Wilson Creek, Selma Park, Sechelt, Halfmoon Boy, Secret Cove, Pender Harbour, Madeira Park, Kleindale, Irvine's Landing, Earl Cove^ Egmont  LARGEST CIRCULATION OF ANY PAPER ON THE SOUTHERN SUNSHINE COAST.  ���%!/  ' W&tad'C.oss. Mol.   **  Rt&tfraflppX&o. 1142  * F_(,  Union ��-__*__*��� Label  This Issue 10 Pages  12c  November 15th resulted in a large scale  search by sea and air but up to press-time  not a sign'has been scon of the missing  man and his. light plane.  The lost pilot, seventy-two year old  Roy Brett, was' well known oh the Sunshine Coast when he logged at Narrows  Arm. about -ten, years, ago. His camp .at .  that tlme; was next to local logging contractor Ted Osborne, a long time friend  of Brett.  Always known for his flying ability-  and adventures, Roy Brett came from a  pioneering family of flyers. His brother  Earl was also a long time flyer as indeed  were his wife, son and daughter. Roy  himself was acknowledged to be one of  the most competent light pane flyers in  North America, sp_c.alh.ing in "spot"  landings at which he was-a master. It  has been "claimed he actually looped a  plane forty consecutive times in one single display. ^  :Ironically the municipal airport,'-at  which he was last reported to'have been  seen, was first constructed by him under  contract. He went missing while flying to  his home in Chilliwack from Powell River where he had been visit ing -members  of his family. ;A������';'"���"'.:'. 77.77i  i Many-long time residents of.the Sunshine Coast will recall the time ..when  mechanical trouble forced Roy Brett-to  land his' plane on -the highway'heiirjCun-  nirigham-S-at HalfmOqn Bay. On making  necessary i-epairs he took off again from  the "highway    ...   . ."'.         . \   . ".  From early Monday, November l(Jth  three Buffalo twin turbo propeller aircraft and two large helicopters of RCAF  Air-Sea Rescue have participated in the  .search, assisted by RCMP boats from  Powell River and Pender Harbour, as  well as other .light operators.  One 6f "the large Buffalo aircraft landed last Sunday at the Municipal airport  in order that its six man crew have a  short rest, and coffee break. They had  been tip from 8 a.m. but turbulent wea-  Airpoit   caretakers   Mr.   and   Mrs.   Ron  Marshall hosted the crew while there.  Both the plane Commander, Guy  Campbell, and his co-pilot Chuck -Monroe  of the Comox air-base expressed the view  that the local airport is an asset to the  area. The Buffalo is.the largest plane yet-  to land on and take off from the strip, but  is so designed that it is able to get off  in little more than two hundred yards.  Legion Branch 140  aids worthy causes  WORKING quietly, efficiently and very  hard throughout the year, members of  the Ladies Auxiliary to Royal Canadian  Legion. Branch 140. Sechelt, have accumulated sufficient funds to help many  organizations.  Last week, two cheques for very substantial amounts were gratefully accepted  by two organizations with capital building "costs" to offset. L.A. president. Mrs.  Gladys Ritchie and executive officer Mrs.  Moira Richter presented, on behalf of  the L.A. a $425 cheque to Sechelt and  .District Retarded Children's Association,  at last Wednesday's meeting held in the  new' classroom at Gibsons.  On, Thursday, Mrs. Ritchie and L.A.  treasurer Mrs., Bubbles. Creighton presented a cheque for ,$5_0 to the Senior  Citizens'* Housing Project in Sechelt. The  presentation was. made at "the monthly  meeting of the Senior Citizens' Associa-  tion. i  Other organizations benefitting from  the efforts of the L.A., include Branch  140, Junior Sports Programme; St. Mary's  Hospital, Shaughnessy Hospital, River-  view Hospital, Vancouver Children's Hospital, B.C. Cancer Society. Local Guide  and Brownie Association, Local Scout and  Cup Association, Sechelt Memorial Library, held in abeyance is the annual  Bursary and other funds for educational  purposes.  Giant visitor  Largest plane yet to land on the municipal airport at Wilson Creek-had.  inches to spare as it taxied from dispersal point to the runway last Sunday. The Buffalo aircraft of Air-Sea  Rescue Comox was taking part.in  the search for lost flyer Roy Brett  missing on a flight from Powell  River to his home in Chilliwack Sunday November 15th. Up to Sunday,  three Buffalo and two large helicopters of the RCAF unsuccessfully  scoured the area following a report  ���that Brett's light plane had seen  circling Sechelt and Wilson Creek tlie  day he went missing.  Norman Watson  /A>A     a '.        A    -V-  ]"��     /A**!  1$*;  *-T**'��  Shrinking debt . . .  : letarded Children's Assn.  receives generous support  HONOUR ROLL  Pender Haibom Secondary School  .students making the Honour Roll for the  first reporting period of the year are:  Grade 8, Eva Dubois, Mary Cameron, Don-  0ldaHyat1,*Judy Tait, Susan Sladey, Rosemary .Malcolm, Maureen Cameron. Hon.  mention: Doug Barsaloux. -Grade. 9,-.Hon.  .:;_ritidh:? Audrey ''Preswsky^'Gi'Sdb 'll;*  Janice Cum'ming. Gt^defH2;..Cheryl Ha*.,  Darlene Dubois.  B.C. PROMOTED  : Imperial Tobacco Products Ltd., is tp  produce something hew . in' packaging  Willi scone., of British Columbia on both  packuges and cartons of Marlboro cigarettes. This "Western" theme will include  scenes of bur rugged outdoors.  GAME  BANQUET     .  Sechelt Rod and Club chairman George  Flay- reports a ticket sell-out for the  upcoming 17th Annual .Game Banquet,  to be held at thc Roberts Creek Hall  Saturday December 5th.  SCOUT CAMPAIGN  Local Scouts will canvass the area from  Langdale to Halfmoon "Sivy Saturday  December 5th on their Annual Nut Drive.  They will be campaigning under direction  of tho Gibsons, Roberts Creek, ond Sechelt  Group Committees.  LATE REPORT  Two new numes arc being thrown into  the ring for Alderman of Sechelt. Well-  known contractor Ted Osborne and onetime councillor Ben Lting. For Regional  Hoard Mr, Cliff Thoralcl of West Secholt  has accepted nominatid...  GENEROUS donations continue to whittle  'down the outstanding,debt of Sechelt  arid District Retarded Children's Association, Building' fund. In less than five  months, the debt has been reduced to  one fifth of the capital cost of construction-so that only $1,500 now remains to  ���'��� ''pqhat'ibns received during the past  month include $25 front'.the Sunshine  Lodge of the Rebekahs; $35 from Wilson  Crock-United'Church Women; $10 from  Mrs. Megan Moorcroft; $147.17 from the  International Brotherhood of Pulp Sul-  , phite and Papermill Workers, the proceeds of the Labour Day celebration"  held in Sechelt which gave many people  pleasure besides raising funds.  Attending the meeting held on November 18th were Mrs. Gladys ..Ritchie,  president of the L.A, to Royal Canadian  Legion- Branch 140. Sechelt and Mrs,  Moira Richter, executive" member who  presented thc Association with $425,00 on  behalf of thc L.A.  EDUCATION PROGRAMME  With the building debt being reduced  so rapidly, members present agreed with  School District supervisor, Mr. Peter  Slinn that money should be spent on  equipment  for education.  All supplies received so for have been  through donations.  Ono very valuable piece of equipment  which i.s a cassette ttipo recorder, wns  a gift from The Christmas Family Ball  .Society of Vancouver, who presented a  recorder to each chapter of tho Retarded  Children's Association in British Colum  bia.  It was agreed that part of the donation from Sechelt Legion L.A. should  be used to purchase a movie projector  so that the students will have access to  films in the school district library.  PROGRESS  Decortotcd-with'the chiIdreh,B*art-wOt'l->-  and handicrafts, the new classroom is very'  comfortable, even more so now that the  golden  coloured  fibreglass drapes  have  been installed. The material .wars a donation froni Benner Pros, of Sechelt.  Mrs, Gladys Legh said that the children are making exceptional progress and  arp busy with preparations for their  Christmas Party. One student is making  a hooked wool rug in .his spare time,  which will be raffled when completed.  Nine volunteer workers continue to  assist Mrs. Legh with her five pupils  whose ages range from four to fifteen  years.  Christmas cards are being sold to help  raise funds, the Gibsons Lo-C youngsters  sold a number at their Bizurre Bazaar  and some may still be obtained from Mrs.  George Turynck in Gibsons. Muny of thc  attractive paintings on the cards are thc  work of Children in Canada and youngsters In the local school hope to submit  samples of their work for Christmas  card  designs.  Local chapter of thc Retarded Children's Association is sincerely grateful  for thc donations of money, time and supplies which have cased the financial  burden nnd launched the little school  on lho road to .success.  ^**_S 10      .*.._-,  i*f��*r��f*�� v*i*r i  m\ f\\ t __:  VILLAGE Alderman Norm Watson came  up for a sharp attack at last meeting  of Sechelt-council following reading of a  letter from Mrs. Gordon S.* Jones stating  she had received a phone call from .Watson who had questioned the fait that  she had requested tress on village road  allowance be cut down.  Mayor Swain told him, "This was all  settled long ago and was explained to  you at last meeting of council. It seems  lo me you have exceeded your authority  as an aldcrman.".  Trees ih question were on a public  beach access road between the Norm  Burley property and the former McDermid property, now occupied by captain  and Mrs. Gordon Jones. At a previous  meeting from which- Aid: Watson was  absent, roads chairman Aid. Harold Nelson had explained that it had been requested by a property owner that the  trees be removed because they constituted  a hazard. A local contractor agreed* to  <u-t down the trees and.would pay: _6uri-  cil the'sum of--$20- per M- f6r ��� thetlinbOr ~  Couricil after due consideration agreed .  to accept the offer and  have  the trees  removed.  Mrs. Jones pointed out that Mr. Burley had originally asked her is she objected to having the trees removed. He  wos told that this would be up to flic'  , village. Shortly after, the Jones's left for  a holiday in Seattle and on returning  found that the trees had been cut down.  Mayor Swain said he had received a  phone-, call from Mr.s. Jones protesting  thc fact she had been phoned by Watson  in regard to the trees.  Asked by the Mayor why he had scon  fit to phone Mrs. Jones when the matter  was settled, Aid. Watson said he hod  had someone in talking to him about the  mutter and unclcistunds someone at council had said the Jones' had requested they  be removed, Ho added that he wa.s also  told by council that the dees were dangerous, yet had learned from Capt. Jones  thai an Inspection hud revealed thc fact  thpy were perfectly sound. Further he  has since learned that Capt. Jones did  not request their removal.  Mayor Swain told him "no-one .said  tho Jones' asked to have tho trees cut  down, we said landowner!-. You had no  right phoning Mrs, Jones, you were cix-  eccdiitg your authority",  Aid. Watson retorted, "I have the right  lo phone Mw, Jones anytime I wish pro-*  Volume 7, No. 52 ��� WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 25, 1970  Council noiliable  fordead livestock     ^    ��� SITUATION IrivolvinB-killing^Of-poultry  by a stray dog occurred in Gibsons  some months ago with thc result that  council was obliged, under a section of  the Sheep, Goats and Poultry Act, to  pay costs to the owner of the poultry.  Similar situation was brought to attention of Sechelt council last week following destruction of valuable birds by  rampaging dog.?, recently. However, clerk  Ted Rayner informed council he has; investigated the situation further and finds  that according to another section of the  act council is not responsible for costs.  As a consequence the owner of the birds,  Mr. Roy Wigard was advised to submit  his bill to the provincial government.  Aid. Norm Watson introduces a note  of  sarcasm   by  stating  he  noticed  that  ���_     _w^r*_,F.'v��.t*_>'*< i    during his absence from cduncil, due to  \ "\Wtf^WWlff.W.      being on vacation, zoning and: planning  '4M'��?/'' ti     had' been very well dealt with "I ..must.  congratulate council on the manner in  which i( was dealt with. That is by simply  removing it from thc agenda. Perhaps  we could, deal with everything else the  same way, then our meetings would be -  over within a few minutes," 'he-said.  :  Mayor Swain reminded him that it  was long ago decided to leave planning  and zoning until such time the Regional  Board has brought in its bylaws on these  subjects, and so iar this has not been  accomplished.  Aid. George Flay asked Watson, ; "Is  that the alderman's report of the Regional  Board?"  Aid. Watson replied that he would  give such a report if desired. He then  explained that the Board is still actively  engaged in its water program. Other  things are still in committee while planning and Zoning has not yet gone through  officially.  1 Flip  viding she cares to listen".,Mayor Swain  told him, "Not as an alderman you don't".  Watson replied, "I did not phone as an  alderman, further I was not told at the  last meeting that there was any financial  return to village involved".  Aid. George Flay commented, "It was  in the minutes for anyone interested in  reading them".  Mayor Swain suggested ah apology  was due to Mrs. Jones. Aid. Watson agreed  but made clear the fact it would not  be from him. Mayor Swain said, "1 still  say you extended your authority and  in future if you have any complaints they  should be brought to council". Aid. Watson �� retorted, "I am doing that now".  Mayor Swain answered "yes after making  the phone call, and if you are not big  enough to apologize, council is". It was  agreed an apology go to Mrs. Jones from  council. ,. * .  USE CHRISTMAS SEALS.  3    ���*.^t&*a'  FIGHT TUBERCULOSIS  EMPHYSEMA AND OTHER  RESPIRATORY DISEASES  Garbage pick-up ..........  COUNCIL of Sechelt at last regular  meeting decided to continue its contract for garbage pick-up with Mr. Bill  Parsons at an .increased cost of $00 pel-  month. This extra charge is to cover  some additional twelve homes and new  busincss's established since original contract was signed.  Mr. Parsons, who was present to discuss new terms, said that apart from the  extra pick-ups, he was also taking care  of a number of items not contracted  for. free of charge, This included pickup of municipal refuse from street containers, cleaning up uround Ihe senior  citizen's homes etc. Further, with only  a one year contract, he did not fee) too  encouraged to go to the great expense  of purchasing new* equipment. However,  he has provided an efficient service,  Clerk Ted Rayner told council lhat a  letter has been received from another  contractor offering', term,'., however, il  was asked by thefcontractor Unit It be  kepi confident ial. y  Alderman Joe I)e!.ner said he felt any  ~!   -By Doug Wheeler . . .  Municipal elections soon  nomination day Monday 30  such letter should be read out in council. Aid. Norm Watson agreed und added,  "I do not think we should even consider  it under the circumstances". Mayor Swain  pointed out thai no tenders have been  called for and could therefore not sec  any reason for another offer being confidential.  I.  Alderman George Floy said he did  not think a decision should be reached  without reading the letter. Mi". Rayner  repeated "it has been asked that it be  kepi confidential", il was therefore circulated umong members for perusal.  Aid. Watson moved tho contract bc  awarded to Mr. Parsons for a further two  year torn, and was finully seconded by  the Mayor, Put lo a vote the motion was  approved but Aid, Flay registered an  opposing vote on principle, Aid, Harold  Nelson was not present,  FOOD OUTLET  Lengthy letter difficult lo decipher  was finally read by Mr. Rayner And  came from a Redrooffs resident opposing  council':, attitude toward a shack on  Cowrie Street which for sumc months  has been used as wluit h.lr. been described as a "niilmal food store", The  writer, Mrs, Dorothy Green referred to  the business as a "(i��*(|U" to Ihe area and  ���sco   pn-jo  A-6  ;sraiimraii^^  Good Selection  Tttklnu wIvanluiM of-extended open    Manned by volunteer stttff, the lib- DitrlnR December the library wWch  hours of Ponder   Harbour's   Public    nuy attached to tho Community Hall was n centennial project will feature  Library   Troy   .Scoular and   Mlndy    In Madeira Park. Is open from l-.'i pointings  and  handicrafts  by local  Peters',  botb five years old, delve    p.m. every Tuesday and Thursday, artists.  into books in'the cblldien's traction.  NOMINATIONS    for  local    governim-iil  have to be In hy ll! noon Monday  November 30th and It Ih of utmost Importance that all. Interested In seeUIng  'office or those prepared to nominate  willing candidates for the various seals  do so without delay,  On council of GHw.nn, two seats become vacant, those of aldermen Charles  Mandelkau and Ken Goddard. Hoth have  Indicated desire lo seek re-elecllon, and  have each proved highly coinpelent.  On Seehell council, l\vo seals iiImi  heroine vacant wllh completion of Icinw  hy Aldermen Geor/'it Flay nnd Norninu  Watson. It Is nut yet kliuwn whether <*i-  Iher Intends seeking re-eleellou but ut  least one new hnl Is lo he thrown Inlo  Die ring, so Tar,  On School Hoard I wo I wo year lernt;.  become available with coniplclloi, of  lerms by Hill Malcolm and Dr. Waller  Bltrtnlck representing the area of West  .Sechelt to Egniont, Also a two year term  for Ihe village of Mrchcll Wllh cninplelkin  of a one year balance by .lohn llnyi*,*..  In tin* Selma Park lo I'ml Mellon nn-ii,  �� ono year balance heroines available wllh  reslgnullon, after one year, of Dave Ganshorn who ii. taking up position In .South  Amrrlrn,  On Hi*i;loi>iil Hour.I (lir��*t* m-en-i ronw-  up for representation, Area ll, We-,! .Seehell and Halfmoon Hay: Area I), Hob-  ���His Creek; mul Area I'1. Gil-sons boundary  to Port  Mellon,  In the West .Sechelt Ut liullmooi. IJay  ���uiui, representation has been by Archie  Rutherford who was apjyofntcd last .vein*  when no nominal ions were submitted, Mr.  Kull.erfurd had decided not' lo seek reeled Ion al that lime for health reasons  .ui.l it Is understood he will nol seek  ni-elecllon this timo.  While Cliff Gilker repreienling Rob*  calit Creek has yel to Indicate his intention*., stiff, competition Is eNpuclcd for  lliut urea lliis year lor al least two cithern  have been asked by residents to stand  tor nrrice,  Then- have also been some iiidleu-  llon of new blood considering tin! Gib*  sons boundiiry lo Port Mellon sent and,  an yel, It in nol known whether I.ornu  Wolverlon intends seeking re-elect Ion.  Dining llu* pint year The Times Im:.  heeil askc-d oi) two nrrasinii'i how conn*  I'i'llslil iiulivlilunls Were elected lo office,.  The answer ihey wen* given was; hy  iiivl'imatlon becaiiM* ol Uu* simple rea-ioi.  no one was nominated to sliiiul .ig-ililst  lliein, This does not suggest anything  driogulory against any representative,  hilt rather apathy on the purl of Ihe  vnl ers who (|illte obviously did nol even  Iviniv-.' who their representative wa-* ul  time .,-f elenions nnd evidently did not  try  loo hard  to find oul,  ll Is therefore Imperative thai ,In the  few days left, good, cupshh* and con-  i-l'iiilioiiH c-undldnle*. be sought and en-  cciii i��i:<*il to ur.���������pi noniiiiatlon. Deadline  jif*aiti   is   Monday-noon   November' .'0th,  SWAP  SELL  TOYS  NOW!  Ciol o l-lke or o Trifco or n bio. Iny Ihoj Ihe  -Aid-, have outgrown' Sell or *,wo|�� ll thrnuhh  tho clo*>|f|��-(l".| Ceo-rlc om- looklnu lor Ihirlgs  you no lof.f).-.'r (IM* . . , now'*, llic llnu' lo  chorine llicml  ��� TIMES CLASSIFIEDS  REACH 65%  MORE  PEOPLE!  i MiisSS  Phono 885-9654  *  Phono line} open Sunday; classified  deadline ii Sunday evening,  BffiiinMi^  n.���**��������* +*   fwi f��r>-�� *��*.-���*_���-��,���_���*��. ��������*������*��� t*.*->_*�� t  ���a-a-a***   .-**a.iH_0^**l_-jll*. 1-*H.a*��.fcf-** rf  ���- -H__-h .***���-.�������.*���*.*�� m . Nil *.a.*.^i^^��-��**<����^��'��*aw��- ���pup**' fVPr  t_^N'T''aa*m.aar*iaj|ll,iiaaa>ya,a|t aaj  �����ati.-fc^�� *ua***n.���� **.im.*m**-^+r*  ���*^^��*i_ *   _*. WJf%.A.<rth#l*   01 0. ��'  1      ��W   0*  *   (M *  m    +.  r.   I     m" ryj. Page A-2 The Peninsula f itncsJWcdh.sddy/Nov. 25,19?0  WmH-a-W���l���-�������������* ������ ������       I    ��l��l��^*MII��W��a>aaa>.��M>al��a>MMllt1M*lll*llll*����**llll   MHPM.1 _ **��.*_��M.M !MilMI*_______--*_i  ���"Mti��*MWMltM*lrf��ltf**^^  THEpENINSULA^^^tWxcfl.Seeheh - Phone 885-96S4  ��1  Classified  ��__��lia*ll*ll��_^U-_*i*AI-<��*J1aTJilllft_-l__--*-i*-a*. II ��ai��*��a.��Mtlla.aTII*-ia*��__MWP--��lltl  Published Wednesdays by  Sechelt Peninsula Times Ltd.,  .   at Sechelt, B.C.  Established 1963  PERSONAL.  Member, Audit Bureau  of Circulations  March 31, 1970   *  "T��� . Gres_"Cif_U-3t"on-2538  Paid Circulation 2281  As filed with the Audit Bureau  of Circulation, subject to audit.  Classified Advertising Rates:  3-Line Ad-Brlefs (12 words)  One  Insertion   - $1.00  Three Insertions $2.00  Extra lines (4 words) 20c  (This rate does not apply to  . commercial Ad-Briefs)  Box Numbers : 10c extra  50c Book-keeping charge is added  for Ad-Bricfs not paid by  publication date.  Legal   or Reader  advertising   35  per count line.  Subscription Rotes���  By Mail:  Local Aroa $6.00 yr.  Outside Local Area ..$7.00 yr.  O.S.A. /._._..____ .,$9.00 yr.  Overseas _���a__-_.:$l 0.00  yr.  Special Citizens. .  Local Area ___._ __,$3.50  Canada _.���_..-: .___-.$4.00  By Carrier __...__.__._____.60c rno.  Copyright and/or property rights  subsists in all display advertising  and other material appearing in  this edition of the Sechelt Peninsula Times Ltd. Permissiorl to reproduce wholly or in part and in  any form whatsoever, particularly  by a photographic or offset process  ih a publication, must be obtained  in writing from the publisher. Any  unauthorized reproduction will be  subject to recourse in law.  Sechelt Peninsula Times Ltd.  ALCOHOLICS Anonymous ���  Meetings 8:30 p.m., Thursdays, Wilson "Creek Community Hall. Ph. 885-9327, 886-  2343. 4979-tfn  WISH to contact Latter Day  Saints   members.   Ph.   885-  9547 or 886-2546. 4505-tfn  REAL ESTATE (Conh)  $2,000 DOWN. $12,500 F.P.  Immaculate, small two bedroom Pan, Abode cottage. Fully  furnished; on approx. 1 acre  uncleared. Across Redrooffs  Road from wharf.-Boat launching, excellent fishing, about  one mile from Halfmoon Bay.  To view please phone Mrs.  McFadden 112-433-3610 or  leave your number at 112-879-  7571. A. E. Austin __ Co. Ltd..  1435 Kingswav, Vancouver.  5575-1  LANGDALE SUBDIVISION.  While they last, good sized  lots, fully serviced from S2.250  to $2,550, easy terms.  FOR Avon products in Wilson  Creek & Sechelt area phone  Mrs. Helen Phillips at 885-  2183 evenings. Personal Christmas shopping from the comfort of your own home.  5453-2   -I--.-H   ���   i��wii���Hai���Miwn in i  _________ m   .hi    i  IS  IT  mind?   Myth?   Magic?  Lucky      Stars?      Unlucky  Name?   Box   5520,   Peninsula  Times, Box 310, Sechelt, B.C.  5520-2  GLADMERE tours offer: 8 day  Reno tour. December 28 to  January 4."$09 per person. For  information call, 885-9743.  5581-2  REAL ESTATE  HOUSE  for  sale  at  Roberts  Creek,   $5,300   cash.   Phone  885-2493. 5559-52  EXCELLENT commercial lot  ��� centre Sechelt-���highvVay  location, level and cleared. AU  services available. Box 1104  Peninsula Times. 1104-tfn  _    BLOCK BROS.  Phone Mr. Good 263-4993  collect or 736-5933  For fast service on all properties and businesses.  BLOCK BROS.  COMING EVENTS  ROBERTS      Creel��      Legion  dance   with   music   by   the,  Western  Troubadors.  November 28th. 8:30 p.m. - ? Roberts Creek Legion  Hall.  5571-52  TWILIGHT THEATRE  Gibsons . . .  Wed., Thur., Fri., Nov. 25. 26,  & 27 at 8 p.m. plus Sat. Mat.,  Nov. 28 at 2 p.m.  "ANGEL IN MY  POCKET"  Starring Andy Griffith  In Color  Sat., Sun., Mon., Nov. 28, 29,  & 30 at 8 p.m.  A  3-D Visual Experience  "EYES OF HELL"  plus  "THE YOUNG, THE EVIL,  AND THE SAVAGE"  Your 3-D glasses supplied by  the theatre  Starting Wednesday for 7 days  all showings 8 p.m.  "WOODSTOCK"  Love - Peace - Music, In Color  Warning    "Some    Nudity    &  Coarse Language." ��� Censor.  5591-52  BIRTHS  GIBSONS WfcSTERN DRUGS  .  .  .  Is  pleated  to  sponsor this  Birth   Announcement  spoco,   and  extends Best Wi��hc�� to tho happy  parents.  ANNOUNCEMENT  1071 CENTENNIAL CALEN-  DARS, ready Tor Christmas  Mailing. $1 (Includes Prov,  Tax). Available at the Municipal Office, Gibsons.   ".noZ-tfn  4842-tfn  10  BUY, OR SELL, REAL ESTATE  contact  WALLY PETERSON,  acting for Ewart McMynn Realty,  Gibsons, B.C.  Phono 886-2248 or 886-2877 EVENINGS  ���    Froo Appraisals with Listings    ���  REAL ESTATE (Conh)  BY OWNER ��� 60 ft. waterfront lot, West Sechelt, overlooking Trail Islands. Cleared  ready for building. Phone 885-  2416 or write Box 562, Sechelt,  B.C. 5501-tfn  APPROX 21 acres prime future residential property, elevated view, lane access, close  to new subdivisions, mainly  bush. Sechelt Village. $30,000,  will sell block or 5 acre lots.  Cash. Box 310 The Peninsula  Times, Sechelt B.C.     4489-tfn  FOR RENT (Continued)  VACANT   furnished   bachelor  cabin on beach, $55. Deposit  $110. Ph. 112*680-8796 or 112-  922-2498. 5538-52  FURNISHED waterfront homo  at" Pender  Harbour.  Phono  112-731-5050. 5593-2  ONE bedroom cottage for rent  at Tillicum Bay. 885-2100.  5569-52  UNFURNISHED    1    bedroom  suite for rent. Close to Sochelt Village. Ph. 885-2492.  5573-52  MOBILE HOMES  AUTOS & TRUCKS (Conh)    FOR SALE (Continued) FOR SALE (Continued)  GIBSONS ��� Waterfront,  luxury 3 bedroom split-level  home on large landscaped lot  with, 95 feet waterfrontago.  Magnificent panoramic view  from livingroom 15' x 25' with"  raised hearth rock fireplace  and sliding doors to patio.  Bright spacious kitchen with  avocado counters and matching dish washer.. Wall to wall  carpeting throughout. Two  vanity bathrooms with sunshine yellow fittings. This  better than new -home lias  many other features too numerous to list. Realistically  priced with excellent terms.  ROBERTS CREEK ��� Large -  lot 80x200' fully serviced and  cleared ready for buildng. Just  a stones tlirow to the beach.  Full Price $3,500.  9V_ acres beautifully treed  with gentle slope to the south.  650 feet fronting on road, closo  to highway. Excellent sub-division potential. Full price  $12,500.  "BAYVIEW" ��� Sargeant  (North-West) Bay���New waterfront development!! Magnificent waterfront and view lots  with superlative salmon fishing at your doorstep. Limited  number of lots available in  this choice location close to  Sechelt Village with all facilities. Act NOW and secure the  Best of two worlds,  PENDER HABOUR���Large  fully serviced view lots only  200 feet to stifle moorage, .Located in the centre of Pender  Harbour the hub of scenic  boating waters and fabulous  sports fishing, Priced from  $3,500.  For full  details call Frank  Lewis nilG-OflOO nt the office of  Exclusive Agent:  FINLAY REALTY LTD.  8110-0000 030-1444  Gibsons Coquitlam  5584-52  886-2481  ROBERTS CREEK. New  well built 2 bedroom home.  Large living room, with porch.  Utility and den. Needs some  finishing. Regional water in.  $20,000.  886-2481  HIGHWAY, near park.  Three acres with about 750'  road frontage. Cleared, tremendous  view,.  $10,000.  886-2481  ROBERTS CREEK. 3.8 acres with road - allowances two  sides, flat land on water line.  Has older 2 bedroom flog cabin. $12,500 FP.  886-2481  WATERFRONT. Gower Pt.  50'x200', with 2 bedroom cottage. Ideal for boating and  swimming for families. $15,500  FP with terms.  ���   886-2481  ROBERTS CREEK, Cedar-  grove Road. Almost completed  small house on cleared lot,  with driveway and carport.  220 wiring in, also lovely FP  in living room. Something here  for the handyman. $14,900 FP.  886-2481  CHARLES ENGLISH LTD.  Real Estate & Insurance  SUNNYCREST   SHOPPING  CENTRE  Gibsons, B.C.  Phone  886-2481  Richard F. Kennett  Notary Public  SECLUDED,  WELL ELEVATED  VIEW PROPERTY  Lane   access,   year   round  creek, clear title.  Evenings.  Jack White  Ken Crosby  Jay Visser  886-2935  886-2098  885-2300  5585-52  EWART McMYNN  REALTY & INSURANCE  - Multiple Listing Service  Box 238, Gibsons, B.C.  Member  Vancouver Real Estate Board  PHONE 886-2248  Notary Public  GIBSONS VILLAGE: Clean  neat 2 bedroom home on level  landscaped lot. Close to beach,  boat launching, shops and  Post Office, Attracively panelled living room with W-W  carpet. Utility room, garage  and sun deck, This is a comfortable, well tended home.  Most suitable for a, retired  couple or single person. Full  Price $14,700 with half down,  ROBERTS CREEK: New  two bedroom house in an attractive woodland setting. Lot  size Is approximately one acre,  Good stream thro property.  Ample water supply. Hydro  and phone, This i.s an excellent retirement location in a  rapidly growing area. F.P.  $18,000.  Waterfront lot nt Robert's  Creek. This i.s a beautiful  treed view lot. Price on request.  This Is a nice older family  home in Gibsons, Village with  three bedrooms and a large  , rumpus room, Everything  fully electric. Asking price is  $15,500 with D.P. '$0,500.  GIBSONS RURAL: Looking  for n .secluded, private retreat?  This i.s It I A very well built 2  BR homo wllh 2 flroplacos and  a part basement. Situated on  over 4 acres beautifully wooded properly, lovely view.  Many exclunlvo and novel fen-  ItfroH. Small gue.sl cabin, Full  price $20,500.  LISTINGS WANTED  Vlnco Prower 886-9359  Lorrlo Girard 886-7760  Wally Peterson     886-2877  Box 2.10, Gibsons, B.C,  55B9-52  'V  Box 310, Sechelt, B.C.  5587-tfn  Lovdly yrood panel home; 2'  story; 3 bedrooms and den;  full plumbing; large" living  room; built-in-bar;, opens onto patio gardenl lbvely iawn;  privacy.   FP.,  * Selma Park *&I_-av_s Bay;  beautiful high level lots; cleared. with view of the -Gulf of  Georgia. All. services,*"ideal"retirement- or cottage - sites;  beach, fishing, golf, shopping.  Marina near by. $4200 Terms.  San Soiici: Waterfront lots  next to the Joiry Roger Inn,  Secret Cove; Sunshine Coast,  $6500 up.  Roberts Creek; Modern 2  bedroom home on 6.28 acres,  fronts on two roads. Good for  subdivision, en .permanent  water supply. $22,500 FP.  WANTED: Acreages Small  or large; also urgently need,  waterfront in the Roberts  Creek area. Also acreages with  older type homes in secluded  areas.  5 acres fruit trees, cultivated level property on domestic water supply, paved roads,  close to shops and bus. $10,000  Terms.  MACGREGOR PACIFIC  REALTY LTD.  John L. Black ��� Gibsons, BC  886-7244 or 886-7316.  Jack   Anderson���Selma   Park,  B.C. 885-2323 or 885-2053.  Vancouver Direct Line:  685-3133  5588-52  BLOCK BROS. REALTY LTD.  ���    YOUR SUNSHINE COAST SPECIALISTS   *--  COME INTO OUR NEW CATALOGUE���LIST NOW  PHONE COLLECT:  Mr, D, Good ��� 688-8796 or 736-5933  Mr. G. Knowles ��� 291-2881  or 298*0541  evenings  MOBILE* HOME SPACES "av--  ailable, nice central location,  handy to all facilities. Only. 5  spaces left. Sundance Trailer  Court, Box 550, Sechelt, B.C.  Phone 885-2842 or 886-9646.  5563-52  ������   ��� - ...  STRUCTURAL  .   ALUMINUM  PATIO AND DECK  COVERS  -Custom Manufacturing to  .   your requirements.  Free Estimates���24 hr. Phone  Service  VALCON ALUMINUM  3385 (rear) Kingsway,  Vancouver.  1965 PLYMOUTH 4 door, V8,  auto.   P.B.,  P.S.,  $550.   886-  1905. ��� 5582-52  1964 CHEV II for sole as is.  , In   running   condition.   $75.  Ph. 886-2900.       ' 5574-52  BOATS & ENGINES  34 FT. cod. troller. "Susan D"  120 HP engine in top condition "A" license. Cash offers.  Write Mrs. Florence Williams,  Egmont P.O. . 5558-2  NEW 17' K. __ C.  With 115 HP Evinrude, full  house -type-top.-Depth-sounder, extras. Cruises over 30 kn.  A $4000.00 value for only  $2995.00. Trailer optional, $575.  NEW 14' K. & C.  With 40 HP el. $1931. With 60  HP $2195.  USED  16' 4" K. & C.  THERMOGLASS  80 HP electric Mercury, New.  Upholstery.   Ride-guide  steering. $1050.  MECHANICS' SPECIAL  50 HP Viking, $275; Controls  avail. $50.  MADEIRA MARINA  at Pender Harbour  Phone 883-2266  Phone 434-3756  5511-51  5427-tfn    LIVESTOCK  WORK WANTED  Y@y mA���^ &5%  ROBERTS CREEK: Delightful 2 bdrm. cottage on  over 1 ac. parklike grounds.  Few steps to good beach. Excellent summer or permanent  home. Priced to sell at $16,000  on attractive terms.  GIBSONS: Only $1,000  down on level wooded lot near  shops etc.  Country living at its best!  Better than 5 ac. approx. half  cleared, comfortable 5 room  bsmt. home. Second cottage of  2 bdrms. living and kitchen.  Small barn. Try your down  payment on $25,000 F.P.  Cozy 4 room cottage on level lot, convenient to P.O.,  shops etc.* W-W in living room,  wired for range. A real buy at  only $15,000,  $1,500 down gives possession  8 acres, level, mostly cleared  ready to build.  100' on fine pebble bench. 3  room cottage with panoramic  view. Lge workshop nnd  greenhouse. Only $23,(150.  Good waterfront lots nro  hard to como by. Lot us show  you this beautiful one in  sheltered area and good beach,  Tcrirm avnilnblo on $12,500  F,P.  Retiring? Want n view? Let  us show you this cqmfortnble  4 room homo with un unobstructed view of waler,' Inlands, und mountnii-s, 1'iiino  locution and tho price Im only  $11,000.  '   K. BUTLER REALTY  LTD.  ALL   TYPES   INSURANCE  Gibsons, B,C.  Phone 880-2000  MEMBER  MULTIPLE LISTINO  SERVICE  5553-51  FOR RENT  MIDDLE nged or retired con-  pie only, 1 bedroom, utility  rm,    neor    Pender    Hnrboiir,  Duyti 022-50*10, Even, 022-01174,  0470-tfn  HALL for rent, Wilson Creel.  Communlly    Hull,    Contact  Mm.    Plane   Andoi'ion,   11115-  238."., 5-t55-tfn  DO   YOU   require   part-time  book-keeping,     statements,  balance   sheets. Personal * income tax returns. Ph. 886-9331.  4127-tfn  TILLICUM Chimney Service.  Eaves cleaned and repaired.  Painting, gardening, janitor  service, odd jobs etc. All work  guaranteed. RRl Sechelt,, Ph.  885-2191 preferably evenings.  2754-tfn  EXPERIENCED dry wall acoustic & textured ceilings, now  in Gibsons area and serving  the Peninsula. Free Estimates.  Fast service. Phone G __ *W  Drywall,  886-2402.       4208-ifn  CHUCKjS painting & decorating. Guaranteed work, reasonable rates. 885-2375.  5492-tfn  WHAT do you.need? Alterations, additions, repairs or?'  References.   Call   Bob.   Days  885-2343,   after   5   p.m.   885-  9460. 5537-tfn  CARPENTER . (qualification  papers) will work in Sechelt  or Pender Harbour doing framing, additions, roofing, foundations, interior & exterior  finishing. Ralph Phillips, 883-  2218. 5570-52  HELP WANTED  TEXAS OIL COMPANY  Wants  Man  Over 40  For  Sechelt  Peninsula Area  We need a good man who can  make short auto trips. Wc are  willing to pay top earnings.  $15,000 In A Year  Our top men in other parts of  Canada draw exceptional  earnings. Contact customers  around Sechelt Peninsula. Air  ,Mail W. P. Dickerson, Pies.,  South - western Petroleum  Corp.,   Ft.   Worth,   Tex.  .5560-52  FOR SALE one M. Arab-Pal-  amino gelding, $200. One ���"���_  Ara"b-Palamino mare in foal  to reg. Arab stallion, $400. Al-f  so heavy breed old hens, $1  each.  886-2051. 5565-2  PETS  KIND home wanted for spayed   female   dog.   Ph.   885-  9450. 5562-52  GOOD home wanted for male  orange Persian Cat. Ph. 885��  9360��. 5586-52  SILVER toy female poodle. 3  years. $30/885-9797.  5567-2  CROSS     Terrier - Chihuahua  pups,     male.     Ready     for  Christmas. $20 each. 885-9949.  5576-52  IF IT'S suits -��� it's Morgans.  885-9330, Sechelt, B.C.  6893-tfn  FOR Electrolux supplies phone  885-9474. 4769-tfn  THE TIMES Bool_store, Sechelt has a good selection of  Canadiana Reference & hobby books. Also classic paperbacks. Govt, books include  Birds of Canada, $12.50. Gazetteer of Canada; $7.50. Phone  885-9654. 5417-48  WOOD or coal range for sale.  Good baker. Phone 886-2331.  .. 5532-51  ROGERS Majestic Consol Model A.M. radio and record  .. player. Three speed stereo  turn table with stereo head  and record storage space $65.  Also all. channel TV antenna,  $10. 1043 Haywood Avenue,  West Vancouver, B.C. 922-  4395. 5594-52  25" DUMONT near new television. $150. Phone 885-2826.  5579-52  4'   x 8'  pool  table,  excellent  condition. Ph. 885-9534.  5557-52  3 PAIR drapes. 48 seat,  tangerine      Boucle.   Used   one  year. 885-9432. 5583-52  ELECTROLUX   polisher   and  shampooer, 3 sets of brushes  and buffers. As new, $125. Ph.  886-7031. 5566-52  P.AFER back editions of The  Forsythe Chronicles, by  John Galsworthy, $3.10. Also  Chilcotin Holiday by Paul St.  Pierre, $5.95. This is B.C..  $1.90. All make ideal books  for xmas gifts. Available at  The Times Bookstre, Sechelt.  885-9654. 5564-2  G.E.  heavy duty  motor "Repulsion Induction." 1 hp, 220  volts. Best offer. 885-2260.  5580-52  LOST  VICINITY of Smith road ���  Y.M.C.A. Road in Langdale,  large Siamese male (nutured)  cat. Friendly named Co-Co.  Reward of $25 offered. Please  call Mrs. Inger Nielson 886-  2601, Dr. Perry 886-7313 or  Mrs. M. Freer 886-2555. Co-Co  belongs to Chris & Margie  Christienson  of  Langdale.  5436-tfn  ���"���",'. ,|-11 .'. .  LOST in Sechelt: Ladies gold  watch with black strap. Ph.  885-2412.  5518-52  MUSIC  PIANOS ��� Tuned, repaired &  refinished        professionally.  Ph, 885-9639. "     5415-tfn  FOR SALE  CARS & TRUCKS  '02  FORD  pick-up   truck   for  sale.   >/_   ton. *03  Chevy  II.  885-0735. 5485-52  ���50   DODGE  310  V8  auto,   4  door sdn. Good shape, $150,  Ph.   112-083-27.14. 5484-52  1000 CUTLAS Supreme, bucket seat's, 350 cc, Rear de-  foggoi*.   Low   mileuge,   $2205,  Ph,   112-083-2020. 5501-2  64 LOT  MADEIRA PARK SUBDIVISION  Tho boat largo vlow lots In Pcndor Harbour���ovorlooklno tho  Harbour and Gulf, closo to stores ond school,���thono lot* can  bo purchased with a very low down payment and payments  as low as $35 por month.  230' Waterfront tMotol sito In Pondor Harbour���$18,000; "  90' Watorfront lot ot Pondor Harbour���$7000.  ���Mi -Aero seml-wattirfronr lot at Earl Covo���-$3000.  130' Waterfront, Pendor Harbour, only $500.00 down payment  required,  6% Acros, Madeira Park, 1100' frontogo on Highway���$0000,  10 Acres, Earl Covo, open to offer.  1% Aero vlow lot, Modclra Park���$4500.  Many othor vlow and Reml-watorlront lots from $3000 to $0000.  Terms.avallablo on abovo propertlo.,  plscaunt for Cash,  0LL1 SLADEY  Madolra Park, B.C.  Phono Pondor Harbour 883-2233  LADY PAT oil range, in very  clean,   good   condition.   Ph.  886-7174. 5572-52  AVON calling ��� Last orders  before Xmas. Territory Sechelt to Mason Road, Will accept calls from W. Sechelt.  Phono Eileen 885-9333.  5577-2  PORTABLE stereo record  player with twin speakers  $75. 19" Admiral .slimline TV  and stand $55. Brown nouga-  hyde armchair recliner $100.  All in excellent condition. Ph.  886-7007. 5528-52  -- CHAIN SAW-CENTRE--  The '71 Mercs Aro Here; Come  In and Make A Deal ��� We  Can Start Here: on these '69's  9.8 hp. reg. $533. Sale $427  (save $100).,.  20 lip. reg. $640. Sale $517  (save $129).  50 hp man., reg. $987, Sale  $700 (save $197).  50 hp el. reg. $1232, Sale $986  (save $246).  USED  OUTBOARDS  5 hp Johnson   $100  4 hp Elgin  _ $65  3.5 hp Elgin   $85  ���69, 65 hp Merc ���_......���.... $800  Used Chain Saws from  $90-$150  SECHELT  ** Phone 885-9626  ... 5590-52  FIREPLACE    WOOD.    Alder  $20 a' cord,  split, delivered,  stacked.   Cari   &   Jesse.   885-  9705. 5482-52  LARGE crib  with new mattress,   also   box   spring   for  largo bed. Ph. 1)05-2300.  .     5499-52  MARINE ACCESSORIES^.  Paint ��� Fibreglass ��� Rope -  Canvas ��� Boat Hardware  Compressed air service for  skindivers air tanks.  Skindivers available for  salvage work.  WALT ,NYGREN SALES  LTD.  Phono 080-0303, Gibsons, B.C.  1300-tfn  v<*-*3  WIT  Ul  rt  P%L1a.  ,-.-_.,.*r_.  .a*   Hi   aaF*^--a^F iS     4! t ,-aWV        ^^4  Ptfnz77^fMis 5 ?tg  Member of >the Multiple Listing Service  WEST SECHELT No. 1827  Large serviced lot In new home subdivision, overlooking the Gulf  and Trail Islands. Road frontage 100 feet. Full Price $5,950.00.  For details call Don Hadden, 885-9504.  BRYAN ROAD     '������"���' ~ No. 1826  150 feet, x 105 feet, lot .for only $2,900:00. Some terms available on tbis'desirable viewjot CallDon Haclden, 885-9504.  ROBERTS CREEK  ~~~ No. 1824  Level acreage, partly cleared. Close to highway, suitable for hobby  farm. Full Price $6,500.00. Jo view, coll Don Hadden, 885-9504.  GIBSONS VILLAGE^ "        ~  ��� No. 1788  Try and-jnatch this:.Nicely renovated one bedroom, view home in  central location for stores. Small cost,' small upkeep. Full Price  $9,500.00. To view, coll Peter Smith, 885*9463 or C, Gathercole,  886-7015. .  SECRET COVE WATERFRONT No. 1716  Exclusive deep, moorage property, good 2 bedroom home, own  float, boathouse and ways, plus 24 ft, planked'hull.cruiser with  G.M. motor. $20,000.00 down will handle this excellent property.  Call Peter Smith, 885-9463.  LOTS���  SELMA PARK'and SECHELT VILLAGE       No. 1458, 1737, 1743,  Your choice of 3 good lots, all dry and good. Owners all asking  $4,000.00, and these arc good buys. Terms.  Call  Peter Smith,  885-9463.  GIBSONS No. 1810  Three adjoining lots in village. Easy walking distance to Post  Office and stores. View ol horbor and North Shore Mbuntains,  $4,000.00 each, Call C. R. Gathercole, 886-7015.  REVENUE ACRES        ~       \ No. 1743  Twenty-three acres, Level good soil. Cleared. Well maintained  three bedroom home. Also two bedroom home���revenue, Only  one mile from shopping. $4,500.00, terms, Coll C. R. Gathercole,  886-7015,  RUSTIC RETREAT No, 1644  Highwoy 101. Approx. four ocres, all cleared. Warm southerly  slope. Many moture fruit trees. Good water supply. Stucco and log  two bedroom homo. Offers on $18,000,00, Call C, R, Gathercole,  886-7015.  WEST SECHELT No,  1837  Spacious lovely cabinet electric kitchen. Very bright clean homo,  ,Wood   panelling   throughout,   Homo   Is   situated   on   2.2   acres.  $4,500,00 down balance $100,00 month at 8%. Call Bob Kent,  885-9461.  DAVIS BAY No, 1790  2 Bedroom house on watorfront at new low prlco $14,500.00,  Will carry $6,000.00 at 6%. Hoatalotor Fireplace. Largo front  room and lot is 60x150. Call Bob Kent for this just steps to beach  homo, 885-9461.  SECHELT              ~~~ No. 1774  Low Down Payment Lot In Secholt, $1000,00 on Full Prlco of  $4,000,00, Act now for Ihis Ideal. "High & Dry" lot, Call Boh  Kent, 885-9461.  TRAILER HOME No, 1775  Rollohome  10x40 ft, trailer furnished, Ha*, side porch entrance.  All to bo moved, N<? terms (seo your banker), $4,500,00 Full  Prlco. Coll Bob Kent. 88^9461,  ASK FOR OUR FREE CATALOGUE OF REAL ESTATE  Box 128, Sechelt  AGENCIES VTB.  Phono 885-2235  f-  rT..i:f"-:iT.j***-^  * **''��Mt*,|****��*����M��a.��������aagWM ^Ya^��^,h^^K...4^lla.^^^^^^  (   T'��*  ��y*.>';^>y\*j  . . , a- /rift.  v*.. L   '"*',*, **  -L' v  "V_,  rrnrr  IS  FOOT A  \y^4> / s���~ja-> ���*  A,  REGULAR AND KINGS  I    a4a_rtna___ M*,^*��r*->**  taV.*-*.--**  -J**. ���tft^fc^p.Ma   tfk. Jt_r-'-.-._-,  ���%*|a��llM��|-^<l��t.tt*_.t^a*lt*htl>,_a*l1.lJ**l,<^M|*l i*���l ** -.>.**��_���-rlV   **-_*"    ly."**!-   a,    ?*^  --*  afad-fliB* nnitej... ���; BC Sports Feder-aiion  Sechelt Anglican Church m^f ;n�����naiions  scene of pretty wedding  _&_ __t_i ^sflF  BEAUTlfTJL bouquets of -ye!16w and  bronze chrysanthemums decorated St.  Hilda's Anglican Church, Sechelt for tlie  November 14th ceremony which united  in marriage Judy Anne Higgs, eldest  daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Len Higgs of  S-flma Pari-, B.C. and Kerry Jay Eldred,  eldest son of Mr.jand Mrs. Jack Eldred of  Roberts -Creek,- B.C.  Rev. Dennis Popple officiated at the  ceremony. .*-..���*.   7JaSCQiaed_4.y_her--fathe��-T--the-radi_hlly-  h&ppy young bride wore a full length  white satin empire styled gown entrain,  featiiring lace, top arid long laVse sleeves.  Her bouffant veil was held by a headpiece of diamond dusted flowers arid she  carried a bouquet of two large yellow  chrystanthemums with tiny bronze mums  on green  velvet ribbon.,  Bridesmaids were Miss Lynda Yori,  cousin of the bride arid HOr friencisySliss  Susan Kinne and Miss Juanita' Jackkbn.  Their short length gowns were empire  styled in peati di._oi_; Lyndaand Juanita chose -green : arid Susan wore gold.  They wore matching floral headpiecos-a-nd  carried colonial bduquets of yellow "and  bronze chrysanthemums.  Mr. Mitch Jackson was best man'and  the groom'-s - brother Jim Eldred and  cousin John Giiisdi. were ushers.  Standards of yellow arid brOrize chrysanthemums flanked the head table and  the yellow and bronze floral theme was  evdient in the, table centrepieces of chrysanthemums. AH the floral arrangements  ��;X7  77. 'i ���-  -���A"  7i ,  Ht�� ;.     yf . 7h *-j  suNmmwAsr  GOSPEL CHURCH  (Undenominational)  Sunday School ���10:00 a.m.  Church Ser*Weo'��� 1 i .15o.m.  Evening Service 7:30 p.m.  PASTOR REV. S. CASSELLS  Davis Bay Road and Arbutus  (2 blocks up from. Highway) .  B.C.   SPORTS   Federation   is" "requesting  nominations for the B.C, Athletic A-  wards of the-Year.  These awards which cover six categories���Secondary School Athlete of the  Year, Junior Athlc'e of the Year, University Athlete of. Uio Year. Team of the  Year and Over-all-Athlete of the Year���  will be prevented a.l a banquet January  25 at the Villa Moto'r^ Inn.  Nominations are based on performances in 1070, A nominee and two seconders are required.  Awards are co-spcn.~ored by thc  Sports Federation and the. Vancouver  Junior Chamber* of. Commerce.     .        '  '  Tickets for the banquet .arid further  information.'..are available tiirough the  B.C. Shorts Federation, 1200 West Broadway. Vancouver 9, B.C.  on  JESUS THE LIGHT OF THE WORLD  fttiDER HARBOUR  TABERNACLE  Sunday School 9:45 a.m.  Service" 11 a.m.  Madeira Park���883-2374  Baptist Chuch Services  BETHEL BAPTIST CHURCH  Mermaid and Trail, Sechelt  Sunday School! 0:00 a.m.  Morning Worship 11:15 a.rn.  CALVARY BAPTIST CHURCH  Park Rd., Gibsons  Sunday School 9:45 am.  Evening Worship 7:00 p.m.  Pastor, Robert Allaby  (886-2932)  A WARM WELCOME AWAITS  YOU.  THE ANGLICAN CHURCH  OF CANADA  SERVICES  St. Hilda's, Sechelt. Family Eucharist 9:30  a.m. (2nd and 4th Sunday). Holy Eucharist  every Sunday at 8 a.m.; 9:30 o.m. (1st and  3rd). Every Thursday "at 10 a.m. Evensong  at, 7:30 p.m. (2nd and 4th Sunday).  St. Mory'i, Garden Bay. Holy Eucharist���  11:30 o.m. (1st and 3rd Sunday).  Egmon..  Holy  Eucharist���2  p.m.   1st and  3rd Sunday).  Church of Hit Presence���Redrooffs.  Evensong���3   p.m.   ever   2nd   Sunday.    Holy  Eucharist���3 p.m. every 4th Sunday.  Priest���iter. D. Popple, Secholt 885-9793.  The United Church of Canada  SERVICES  St. John's United Church - Davis Bay  Sunday Services - 9:30 a.m.  Roberts Creek United  Sunday Servicos - 2:30 p.m.  Gibsons United Church  Sunday Services - 11:15 a.m.  Port Mellon United  Sunday Services - 7:30 p.m.  (2nd and 4th Sundays)  Ministry  Rev, Jim Williamson - Gibsons - 886-2333  *"^v.  ���^-^y^;****'*^^'^^  a  ,^-**W*>*W''-��'  SECHELT AGENCIES (DATE PAD  * This free reminder of comlno events Is a servico ol SECHELT AGENCIES  LTD, Phono Peninsula Times direct for frco llstlnos, specifying "Dale  Pad", Pleaso note that space Is limited ond somo advanco dates may  havo to wait their turn; also that this Is a "reminder" listing only and  connot alwavs carrv full details . ��� ���  IflWWWflfl/ai^^  Nov, 23, 27���3:15 to 4:45 p,m,  Gibsons Tabernacle,   "Wagoni  Ho"  lor children 4 to 1.1 years,  Nov, 25���8 p.m., Sechelt Legion Hall, Bingo,  Nov, 26 ��� 10:30 a.m. Shop Easy, Seehell. St, Hilda's A.C.W, Baku Sole.  Nov, 26���7:30 pm, Welcome Bead. Holl Film Show, Franco, England  nntl n,C.  Nov. 27���10:30 o,rn, Wilson Creek Community Holl, Codec Par ly,  Nov, 27���2 p,m. Roberts Creek Legion Hall, L.A, Bo/oor,  Nov, 27���B |>,m, Sechelt Indian Holl, [lingo.  Nov, 27 ond 28���0 p.m. Secholt Elementary School. "See* How* They  Run", Ploy,  Nov, 28���10 o.m,  lo  8  p,m,  Roberts Creek Community  Holl.   Ci-ill*.  Fair, Demonstration and *.ql<- of work,  Nov, 28���9 p.m,-1 o,m. Sechelt Legion Hall. Grey Cup Donco.  Nov.   29���2  p.m.  Elphinstono  Gym,   S,C,   Arts Council   "International  Folk Ft-stivnC,  Nov, 29���3 p,m. Gibsons Boptlst Church  Speaker Dr, Dorothy Tlmpnny,  Medical Mlslsonary In India,  Nov,   30���12   noon   Nominations  close   for   Municipal,   Regional   ond  School Boord elections,  Nov, 30���7:30 p,m, Gibsons Health Centre Ba-.cn,ent,  Hospital Au��,  Bridge Tournament.  Dec, 2���1:30 p.m, Gibsons Health Cenlro,  Hosp,  Auxiliary Mlg,  A$K trdti OUR FREE CATALOGUE OF REAL ESTATE  Dental Topics  TEETH May Get* Plastic Armour  Plastic paints to prevent cavities  the biting surfaces Q-f teeth are being  tested and the method is so far proving  practical."  In experiments with one particular  resin, an 80 per cent reduction in tooth  decay was achieved after one year. This  material, however, was somewhat difficult  to apply and sometimes became dislodged.  A  newer,   thinner  material  is  being  tested now, which is quite easy  to use,  -..quires no drilling and has adhered to  the teeth for more than a year in  preliminary testing.  It is painted on much like nail polish,  -but  The Peninsula Times Page A-3  Wednesday. November 25, 1970  fine fissures on newly erupted teeth and  replacing them with fillings. This means  that dentists could be freed from an overload of children's fillings to enable them  to do more on diagnosis and treatment  of difficult dental, problems.  It could also be a boon to the handicapped who cannot brush their teeth or  submit to a long' time in the dentist's  chair and to those who live in area where  dentists are relatively scarce.  The adhesive is also being tested to  anchor orthodontic wires, to fill small  cavities and to line larger ones. Such a.  liner might seal metal, plastic or cement  fillings and stop decay-causing debris  from creeping in between filling and  tooth.       ���Canadian Dental  Association  WHALE SPEED  Killer whales such as Skana at the  Vancouver Aquarium' have been clocked  at speeds ranging over 30 mijes per'hour.  does notTharcten until exposedTfo an  ultra-violet light. When exposed to an  ultra-violet ray gun, tlje colourless liquid  adhesive changes immediately into a  hard,- smooth, nearly invisible film.  If its effectiveness is confirmed, dentists and hygienists could readily treat  large numbers of children. After cleaning, this painless procedure could eliminate the need for cutting out pits and  Blo.ce C. Alderson D.C.  CHUtOPRACTOH  Post Office Building Sechelt  Phono 885-2333  Res. 886-2321  Tuesday to Friday 10:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.  Saturday 9:30 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.  EVENINGS BY APPOINTMEKlT  Totem Club wishes to announce a  Benefit Bingo for rebuilding our  Church  JACKPOT OF $500 TO GO  PRIZES���ill 5 - $20  Cards���first  3  for  $5  and  $1  each additional  2J*����*"_ ?!___*_. $JP___-_?h.   ROBERTS Cf-EEEC  commumrv .-.all  8:00 p.m.  Safwdhy,  mmmmmsntmmmmm&mmmmmimiimi&eMmmmm}  SUPPLIES  Telephone 886-2069  ROSE & ART ENTERPRISES  Pottery, Supplies, classes & firing  dealer for Duncan's Ceramic products  Pine Rd. & Grandview Avo.  P.O. Box 62, Gibsons, B.C.  BLASTING  and Mrs. Kerry Jay Elderd  ���photo by Dennis Gray  had been prepared by the grandmother  of the groom, Mrs. Jack Eldred Sr. The  smorgasbord supper was served by ladies  of tbe Roberts Creek Hospital Auxiliary.  Master of Ceremonies was Mr. Morgan  Thompson and Mr. Bill May proposed the  toast to the bride.  The, mother of the bride was gowned  in a two-piece coat-dress of blue wilh  pink corsage.  Mrs. Eldred chose a navy colored two  piece coat and dress with white corsage.  Before leaving for the honeymoon  spent travelling by train lo Seattle, the  bride participated in the traditional ceremony which should bring good luck to  Colleen Fuller who caught her bouquet  and to Roger Joe who caught her garter.  "" For travelling the bride chose a turquoise suit enhanced by an orchid corsage.  The young couple will reside at Roberts Creek.  Out-of-town guests included: Mrs.  "Louisa Yori, Mr. ond Mrs. Harry Yori,  Lynda, Rose-Marie and Rob Martin all of  Ladysmtih; Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Payne  of Sidney, Vancouver Island.  CONTROLLED BLASTING  ALL WORK INSURED  FREE ESTIMA1LS  FRED DONLEY  Pender Harbour - 883-2403  WATER SURVEY SERVICES  For Expert Blasting  FREE ESTIMATES  Phone 885-2304 or 886-2945  R.R. 1, Sechelt, B.C.  BUILDEHS  COAST BACKHOE & TRUCKING  LTD.  Fill, .Cerrie'rit-Grayet/ Drain Rock, etc.  Box 89, Madeira Park  Phone 883-2274  stucco  Old Homes A Specialty  GAMBIER' CONSTRUCTION  Stucco & Masonry Contractor  FRANK FRITSCH  Phone 886-9505  Box 522 - Gibsons, B.C.  L & H SWANSON LTD.  READY-MIX CONCRETE  Sand and Gravel - Baekhoes  Ditching - Excavations  OFFICE IN BENNER BLOCK  885-9666, Box 172, Sechelt, B.C.  HAHSDHESSEH  RETAIL STORES  At zoo entrance: "Parents���Keep your  little monsters away from our big monsters."  G. CROWTHER  * CARPENTER *  For All Types of Carpentry Work  call 883-2746  R.R.  1, Madeira Park, B.C.  Free Estimates - Fast Service  G&W DRYWALL.  Drywall acoustic and textured ceilings.    .  Now serving Gibsons area and the Peninsula.  Phone 884-5315  Box 166, Port Mellon, B.C.  JOHNSON'S  BUILDING MAINTENANCE  Specializing in:  Paper Hanging, Interior & Exterior decorating,  Rug Cleaning. All types of Building  Maintenance. Floor Installation.  Window Cleaning.  ____.   PHONE 885-9715 AFTER 4 P.M.  Box 642 - Sechelt, B.C.  JOURNEYMAN BUILDER  ��� EXPERT FINISHING ���  Alterations - Additions - Kitchen and  Bathrooms a Specialty  RAY CRAWSHAW  RR 1, Sechelt, B.C. - Phono 885-2198  Land Clearing. Land Development  Road Building. Road Work  Call  OSBORNE LOGGING CO. LTD.  Box 189, Sechelt, B.C.  Phone 885-9767  PENINSULA STUCCO & DRY-WALL  All  Kinds of Concrete Work  Albort Ronnbcrg 886-2996  BUILPI^G SUPPLIES .  READY-MIX CONCRETE AND  BUILDING SUPPLIES  Your One Stop Building Store  For All Your Building Needs  GIDSONS BUILDING SUPPLIES LTD.  1653 Seaview - Phono 886-2642  P K RENTALS  Madeira Park, B.C.  Gravel - Fill - Top Soil - Bulldozing  Loader - Backhoe - Trucks  Phone 883-2240  PHONE 885-9550  RON'S CONTRACTING  Clearing - Excavations - Road Building  Grading - Fill - Road Gravel - Crushed Rock  Phone: Sechelt 885-9550  ELECTRICIANS   ACTON ELECTRIC LTD.  Residential - Industrial and Marine Wiring  Electric Heat - Line Work  Phono 886-7244  BILL McPHEDRAN  ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR  Free Estimates  Phono 886-7477  FUEL  c  ANADIAN  P  ANN'S COIFFURES  in the Bal Block  Next to the Co-op Store  Gibsons 886-2322  HEATING & SHEET METAL  HALL SHEET METAL  Domestic - Commercial - Industrial  Telephone 885-9606  Box 164, Sechelt, B.C.  TILLICUM HEATING & SHEET  METAL  OIL - ELECTRIC & GAS  No down payment  Phone 885-9494  JANITOR SERVICE  Welcome to The FloorsHine Coast  HOWE SOUND  JANITOR SERVICE  . Specialistsin Cleaning - Floor Waxing   .  Spray Buffing - Window Cleaning  REASONABLE RATES  KEN. C. STRANGE  Phone 886-7131 - Gibsons, B.C.  rj.Acs-3SE.__: shop __  At the Sign of tho Chevron  HILL'S MACHINE SHOP  & MARINE SERVICE LTD.  Machine Shop ��� Arc and Acty Welding  Steel Fabricating ��� Marino Ways  Automotive ond Marino Repairs  Standard Marine Station  Phono 886-7721        Res. 886-9956, 886-932.  .I.AF.BMAS   Madeira Marina Ltd.  Dealers for:  Evinrude O.M.C. - K&C Thcrmoglass - Sunliner  Spring Bok and Pioneer.  Also Plumbing Fittings and Fixtures,  Pender Harbour - Phone 883-2266  NURSERY  MACK'S NURSERY  Roberts Creek  SUNSHINE COAST HIGHWAY  Landscaping - Shrubs - Fruit Trees ��� Fertilizer  Berry Plants - Bedding Plants - Peat Moss  Fully Licensed Pesticide Spraying for  Landscaping and Trees  Phono 886-2684  C&S HARDWARE  SECHELT, B.C.  APPLIANCES - HARDWARE  HOME FURNISHINGS        ^  Phone 885-9713  HOWE SOUND 5-10-15c STORE  1589 Marine - Gibsons - 886-9852  Everything from Needles to  School Supplies  TASELLASHOPPE  Ladies'- Men's - Children's Wear  Yard Goods - Beddingi - Linens  Dial 885-9331 - Sechelt, B.C.  THE TOGGERY  Ladies' and Children's Wear  Open six days a week  Phone 885-2063  Cowrie Street, Sechelt  SEWING rJ.ACMBr.ES "  Bernina & Omega  Sales, Parts, Service  UNSHINE  EWING  1 ERVICE  FREE HOME DEMONSTRATION  REPAIRS AND SERVICE ON ALL MAKES  Mrs. Mono Havies - 885-9740  SURVEYORS  ROY & WAGENAAR  .B.C- Land Surveyors  Marine Building - Porpoise Bay  Sechelt, B.C.  885-2332 or ZEnith 6430  ROPANE  |gli-S___  Multiple* LUtlng Soi-vlc-  Vancouver Real Uiat.  Doard  REAL ESTATE  INSURANCES  AGENCflfi!  Box 128, Sechelt, B.C.  BUY DIRECT FROM MILL  $0 DOWN, TERMS AVAILABLE.  Cut all sl.es, Timber and Plank. Dimensional  Lumber   and   Plywood,   We   deliver   on   tha  Sunshine Coast,  Check Our Prices Boforo Buying.  TRANS.  PACIFIC MILLS LTD.  1349 Mitchell Rood, Richmond, B.C,  Phone 321-2380  TWIN CREEK LUMBER        ' 4  BUILDING SUPPLIES LTD.  Dial 886-2808  When You Need Building Supplies  Give Us A Call  FREE ESTIMATES  mmm^mmmmmmmm0mmmimmmmmiimmii\m nimmwmniimmmmmmmmmwmnumun i���^*mmmmm*��**-_���*_���mmm,  CABINET fVJAIIEHS   OCEANSIDE FURNITURE 8.  CABINET SHOP  Hardwood SpeclallM*. - Fine C.i.lom Furnituro  Store antt Restaurant Fixture*  ��� Furnituro Repairs  Ctuiom Deigned Kitchen*, and Bathrooms*  in all prico ranges.  R IIIRKIN  Beach Ave,, Rohortt Creak, D.C,  Phono 006-2551  Servlno the Sunshino Coast with reliable and  economical Cooking, Heating and Hot Water.  FREE ESTIMATES  Phono 885-2360  Wharf and Dolphin - Secholt, B.C.  RNIE WIDMAN  for all your  ,SSO PRODUCTS  IMPERIAL ESSO DEALER  Phono 883-2663  Madeira Park, B.C.  TAXI  HARBOUR TAXI LTD.  Harbour Motors  Shell Gas and Oil and Repairs.  24 Hour Toxi and Wrecker Service.  Garden Bay Rd., Pender Harbour B.C.  Tel: 883-2414  TBHES  OPTpyiEiTRIST  FRANK E.  DECKER, OPTOMETRIST  Bal Block - Gibsons  Every Wednesday  886-2248  PLUIVIBWG  Uf.o these spaces to  reach  nearly   10,000 people  every week!  Only $5,45 per month  THE TIMES - Phono 885-9654  GIBSONS MARINE SERVICE LTD.  at ESSO MARINE  Gas - Diesel Repairs - Welding  Evlnrudo Sales' - OMC Parts & Sorvico  Phono 886-7411 Gibsons, B.C.  For Your Fuel Suppllcu  .     DANNY WHCCLER  your  IMPERIAL ESSO AGENT  886-9663 - Hopkins Landing  PARKINSON'S HEATING LTD.  GIDSONS  I .SO OIL RJRNAC��'S  No down payment ��� ".(ink Interest  Ten years lo pay  Complete lino ol appliances  for fr*��> c.-lrr-ote���Coll 006-2720  USE THIS  "BUSINESS DIRECTORY  TO REACH  10,000 PEOPLE  THE TIMES, 885-9654  SEASIDE PLUMBING  Gibsons  Plumbing - Pipelining - Sfeatnflttlno  Hot Woter Heating - Plpo Lagging  FREE ESTIMATES  Phono 886-7017 01 886-2848  RENTALS  "RENT IT AT"  THE RENTAL SHOP  at Dovis Bay  'Wc Rent Almost Everything"  885-2848 or ov. 885-2151  COASTAL TIRES  Sunshino Coast Highway  Box 13, Gibsons, B.C. - Phono 086-2700  SALES AND SERVICE    .  All Brands Availoblo  Monday to Saturday 8:30 a.m, to 5:30 p,m.  Friday evening by appointment only.  TOWBMG  Scows ��� Logs  SECHELT TOWING & SALVAGE  LTD.  Heavy Equipment Movlno & Log Towing  L. HIGGS  Phone 885-9425  TRANSFER  HESOHTS  HADDOCK'S CABANA MARINA  All electric coblm. Boat rental's,  Launching Romp.  Mo-ci.ry Outboard Sale*, ond Servlcrt,  Morino Way*., Repairs.  883-2248 - Modelro Park, B.C.  fteSTAUftAlWS  EARLS COVE RESTAURANT  Open 9 a.m. to tlio lost Ferry  I lorne Cooked Canodlon onrl  European Dishes  JOE AND MARY FRASER  LEN WRAY'S TRANSFER  Hou-achold Moving, Packing, Storogo  Packing Materials For Salo  Member of Allied Van Llnci,  Canada's No. \ Mover*  Phone 886-2664/ R.R. 1, Gibsons, B.C.  HANSEN'S TRANSFER LTD.  WAREHOUSES  Sechelt 885-2118 - Gibsons 886-2173  DAILY SERVICE FROM VANCOUVER  SERVING THE SECHELT PENINSULA  Furniture lo anywhere In Canada,  General Frolght.  Law-bed and heavy  haulln*)  UPMOLSTEHY   BELAIR CUSTOM UPHOLSTERY  AND DRAPERIES  RciiphaMering - Rentyllng - Comr-loto Drapery  Set vice ��� Sample* -.howi. In tho homo  Phono 886-2050 aftor 6 p.m.  or 886-2873  Your Business Card  in this npoce will  reach nearly  10,000 people!  Low cost - High powo|r  ���fc   ���_   -*** *���*��� -Wav-**,..*    ' li>M0*0^0*0*0*H0ll0*l0**f***i  i ���^��^WN^^WV>>(fi^y^s.r%^  Success project . . :  Pender Auxiliary President  .  commends Carnival workers.  PRESIDENT, Mrs. O.  Sladey  welcomed -  two visitors and 19 members to the  regular meeting of Pender Harbour Auxiliary to St. Mary's Hospital held November 18th in Mcdeira Park Legion  Hall. Mrs. Cladey expressed her thanks  to everyone who had worked so hard to  make the Fall Carnivul the success it was,  with a special ihsr.k-you to Mr. and Mrs.  L. E. Alexander whose hard work on the ,  novelty stall made it a main attraction. "  December 9th was set as the deadline  to receive donations to the Memorial  Fund in lieu of local Christmas Cards.  .Greetings. and. the_lis t_of-donors ^will-then  be published in the Peninsula Times in  the December 16th issue.  Tickets are available for the doll raffle  which 'will be drawn at the annual meeting.  A letter was read from Miss Hazel  Wray, recipient of this year's bursary, reporting on her training as a practical  nurse.  Mrs. Sladey reported an enjoyable tea  hosted by Mrs. Doreen Webb in honour  of Mrs. R. Deller, a former member of the  -Auxiliary now living on Jervis Inlet.  Mrs. L. Alexander expressed her  thanks to everyone who helped with  the numerous novelties made and sold  at the Carnival, and displayed a very  attractive children's calendar with the  suggestion it could be used in the children's ward in the hospital before Christmas. Members agreed wholeheartedly.  Annual meeting will be held as a  luncheon meeting on December 9th at 12  noon in-the���Garden Bay Hotel -dininjj  room. All members, associate and active  and any prospective members are welcome.  Mrs. Warden has kindly consented to  install the new officers. ���-~.  Mrs. G. Gooldrup read her report from  the B.C.H.A. Auxiliary Division Convention, which members found very interesting apd informative.  Sechelt group  Bf orach 69 Senior Citizens  elects executive for 1971  SENIOR Citizens Association, Branch C9,  held its last meeting bf the year in the  Sechelt Legion Hall, November 19. Four  new members were welcomed to the  meeting by the President, Mrs. Madge  Hansen. Correspondence regarding Prescriptions and Hearing Aids were read.  The monthly raffle was won by Mr. Ed  Hamilton: A minute's silence was held,  in memory of the late Mr. Lloyd Turner.  Mrs. Gladys Ritchie and Mrs. Bubbles  Creighton were guests, and on behalf of  the Ladies Auxiliary to the Legion,  Branch 140, presented a cheque for $500  to The Senior Citizens Housing.  Repre-  vn^a*^^  Your Tree  Free Safety Cheeks and  Estimates. Work Insured  and Guaranteed.  Pisrlsss Tree Serfice  R.R. 1, Sechelt, B.C.  Phone 885-2109  ���"*,rinr1Bar*-*^iiii-Ttm iHim *it**r_i i f     iiiii ii**^**��*a���  senting the Senior Citizens Housing project was Mr. Lou Hansen, who expressed  his thanks and appreciation for such ��.  generous gift.  The Nominating Committee presented the following slate of Officers, for  the 1971 Executive���President, Mrs.  Madge Hansen; 1st Vice. Pres. Mr. Wm.  McGregor; 2nd Vice Pres. Mr. Dave May-  ward; Treas.-Mrs. Alice Batchelor; Sec.  Miss Adele de Lange. Directors���Mrs. Esther Wagner, Mrs. Nellie Whaites. Mrs.  Maxine McNeil. All elected by acclamation.  Following the business session, an excellent program Was enjoyed. Mr. Dave  Hayward, accompanied at the piano by  his wife, Mrs. Eva Hayward, sang two  rousing solos: "I Love Life" and "The  Grcen-Eycd Dragon". Mrs. Olive Clear  gave a humerous recitation, "I'm Fine".  Community singing was then entered into with exuberance, with Mrs. Ruby  Hatcher a* the piano. Refreshments and  a social hour followed.  The Christmas Carol Service that was  planned, will not be held due to lack of  a Hall.  Next Bus Trip will be on Tuesday,  Dec.l. The next meeting will be held on  January 21 in the Sechelt Legion Hall.  inHiHnuiiniinmninnmnniiiiiiniHiininiiiiiHinnniuimnniiminiHnHiHiiHiHiiiimnnniHHnnniniiniinrB  E  es  Haaat,  s  WILSON CREEK HALL  Jbance & Buffet Sia  w  twmr  -''SATURDAY;- DECEMBER 12,- 1970* ������--���:  Door open 8:30 p.rri. Supper 10:30 p.m.  TICKETS $5.00 PER COUPLE ��� REFRESHMENTS  \ Music - WESTERN   TROUBADORS <-  OLD TIME AND MODERN MUSIC  For tickets, phone:  Vivian Erickson 885-9733 ��� Anne Pearson 885-9734  _3  M  S3  a  ^iiiii[niuitiiiiiEiii]Eiiiiuniiii��iiiHii_iJiiuifiiii]iuiiiiiiiEiinii{niiHiiiJ__Hiiii.iiiiiinn[iiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiifin.iiiiiniar^  1  I  fFsrsmsrs^sssif:sF.?r.r.".  COASf P/WfM�� m  m  OPERATING FROM OUR SECHELT PLANT  Land Clearing - Burning - Custom Crushing  Road Building  for Highways - Parking Lots - Driveways  POWELL RIVER  Box 95  Phone 485-61 fi��  SECHELT  or Phone 885-2343  between 9 a.m.-3:30 p.m;  Poge A-4  ���xmmmimm  The Peninsulo Times      Wcdneadoy. November 25, 1970  -7���r  1  at  ess  'eVe Coming fo Sedielt SOOi^l  With Two Stores to Serve You, We'll Bring Ladies  lost on  oada^dd tradition L^entm  di  SUNNYCREST PLAZA . . . and Soon at TRAIL BAY MALL  Gibsons Seehell-  PHONE 886-9543     ___   7^iisMi7M,i7iMmmmm:mmmm  WMB��la_J ..." IIHIf  isms  ��jt��l��<��iail��^  VILLAGE OF GIBSONS  IIV      f\ 'Wffl  i_J      v_2 U l__J      \**l   ^��h-wMi*��  iUELATE  An S.P.C.A. representative has been contracted to enforce the  Village of Gibsons Dog Regulation Bylaw.  Warning is hereby given to anyone keeping a dog within the Village  of Gibsons, that any dog not under leash is liable to be picked up and  impounded in accordance vi.h the Bylaw.  V   DAVID JOHNSON  Municipal Clerk  November 20th,  1970.  sst������s������awsf������*^^  Mr. and Mrs. Graham W. M. Allen  ���photo by Dennis Gray  Allen-Ono . . .  St Johns United Church  for double ring ceremony  SUNDAY. November 1st, 1970 was the  day chosen for the cerernony held in  St. John's United Church, which united  in marriage Dianne Naomi Ono, eldest  daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Tom Oho o(  Sechelt, and Graham William Michael  Allen, son of Mr. and Mrs. William Ji  Allen of Dunstable, Bedfordshire, England.  Rev. Jim Williamson officiated at the  double ring ceremony which took place  at WiLson Creek at four o'clock. Miss  Margaret Mclntyre was organist.  Given in marriage by her father,  Dianne looked exquisitely beautiful in  her floor length bridal gown of peau d'-  elegance, trimmed al the neckline with  daisy patterned lace which was also  featured in tht three quarter length flared  sleeves and outlined the full length train  which fell from the waistline. The tiered  bouffant veil was held by a floral headpiece and deep yellow roses made a  lovely bridal  bouquet.  Attending the bride as Matron of  Honour was Mrs. .1. Booth with Miss Rila  Ono, Sister of the bride, as bridesmaid  Both were gowned in empire line dresses  of soft mauve crepe featuring a sequence  of white daisies with mauve centres on the  waistline, their bouquets were pink  carnations,  Best man was Mr. Torrance Booth  with Mr. Robert Maikawa as usher.  Sechelt Legion Hall was gaily decorated with pink and white bells for tlio  reception. Table centrepieces were floral  in hot pink with single candles. Pink bells  and streamers decorated the bride's table  which featured a beautiful three tiered  cake and  crystal candelabra.  Uncle of tlu* bride, Mr. Butch Ono  proposed the toast to the bride.  For Ihe happy occasion, the bride's  mother chose a blun dress with uccordlon  pleated sleeves, matching blue ncees-  sories and pink and white can.nt Inn  corsage.  For travelling!;.the bride chose a camel  dress and coat ensemble with chocolate  brown accessories and corsage of yellow  baby roses.  The honeymoon was spent touring  Vancouver Island, Mr, and Mrs, C-riilunn  Allen have made I heir home in Sechelt.  Out-of-town   guests   visiting   for   the  ceremony included: Mrs. M. Nagano, Mr.  and Mrs. G. Ono and family, Mrs. T. Ono  and family, Mr. and Mrs. J. Yamauchi  and family, all from Vancouver; Mr. and  Mrs. W. Maruyama. Mr. Maruyama from  Surrey; Mrs. S. Asari. Mrs. J. Yamaguchi,  Richmond; Mr. and Mrs. John Cockle,  Vancouver; Mr. and Mrs. M. Kagawa,  Aldergrove.  It takes a gnomic cunning to achieve  the maxi-niinimum  o  THE DRIFTWOOD PLAYERS PRESENT  O  ^ee ^Jwoa/ Jm  97  A COMEDY IN THREE ACTS, DIRECTED BY JOHN BURNSIDE  November 27th & 28fh - Sechelt Elementary School  8:00 p.m.  December 4th __. 5th - Gibsons (Elementary School  8:00 p.m.  O  ADMISSION: ADULTS $1.25 ��� STUDENTS 75c  ''a, >/  _**��-.����� ,.,^.*��^Jaa-F.,a&__WS*-a.-.  ��. (     J ���,X* -  B��S!tt��i-*������,....F     '<    >��� -..�����.<���.".*���,.!_  ~ if. '   "1    ' ' <"*.,  '  ��,iaia__Fik__v_.   < M iJ��j'  i77i))T  w?  f,->_j?C*:, <-V ,   ,AA?#*^i��pSg  h-:07m77t$$m \    4  *r\,)  Sfc%gt*  *i ! A��v|  '^<Jmm  7^7<J  , X"  US]  JI  U  "cj  cas  JV.  Ul  r/v  JL  m  \ss  nn  WALT WYGU3ED.  SALES LTD.  Your BAPCO PAINT  DEALER in GIDSONS  On Ihe Whorf -  886-9303  Q��io|lty House ond Marine  Paint.  IPENB^SULA  PLUE11BIMG LTD.  Dealer for  Super Kem Tone  and Sherwin Williams  Gibsons - 886-9533  iorgagrs  Men's Wear  G.W.G.  Work  Clofhc9  Work Glovoi  SECHELT, B.C.  |   r 0mmwmmmmmmMmmm&nMMim*MmwMmmmm*  MAKE BATHIIOOM TILE SPAHIiLE AGAIN  1 If lho tile wall. In your balh-oom or kitchen hovo Hon hotter clay-.,  iOr the cement O'O-'t odhc-lvc Is darkonlnu with oqo, you mny caver ihcsr-  .lor��*a ol <li'.lrc:.v wllh a lro*.h coat ol (jnamel, Tho Cannillon Point Manufacturer. Association hos two wornlno*.���to (-mure long lllo, liny tho proper  type nf enamel onrl moko M.ro lin: Mirfoc., Is .lhoroi.0l.ly clean' huloro  poinlino,  RflATCH  PAIS^iT TYPES WHEU YOU (^IX  Oil nnd wotr'r rlon'l tnix. 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A,u>cioi.(��ti   OLI r��*ct.��,  \craprt  and ..ant. will lade under on nnllipuno trenlo.ent     ami the co'*! Is nilnlmnl!  TWIN CREEK  LUMBER &  BUILDING  SUPPLY  Your  General   Paints  Dealer  Monomel  r\  flree/c  Paints  Sunshine Coa��t  hit)hvtay neor  GIDSONS  Phono 886*2808  i|.. . N<f 1 <��..| v.'nll ft, ti..��� , ���l (..n ���. I .1 u i'_ <l,��_-.. a,al<_.  22 years of hard labour for $1999.  'Iiii*. yiKH il s.ioins ��iv<nyl>"ily'*i inlh'.Hliic(Hi| u  'nnw nconiviny i,��u.  "Voll:*\sV(if|nn-*.l.'<t'l."  "yoll^wer-mi-'iriri-iT." ...    ,- *,  In. Hoi   U) l)l> <Hll(l(��hU,  Wil'vo ll, UK)   llio  MIMHI,  |-h*:��*|*t, ol (oiii'.n, w<* -IkIii'I luvn to -.loll  Itum r.rnilch,  IViCdii**,') lor '/), ymiiv, wo'vo . oi-i'.ninflil */in-  r.i.ilvo*.   will*  w.iiliiM|   lii'ihn   iii'.idn,   no|   lu'i fl.lii|t  (lilfoionl oill.ul".  Ami so lo.lny, wlilln .njis moy imi |ou|: lil.n  th<* iifwo-.l i;i."ii>.'iiiy i.ui, il':.,, i.i< hi. illy lho in*'''il  ililvviiK. ud.  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CORNER SUHSIIING COAST HIGHWAY tk WHARP RD./sicHElT/B05.20l2  I-  ���>tn*i ^   n   *a   ���!>���  pfe i " "il" i* *. *t"f 1/  rt "��*">_"*'HT-1" i an~ W~iu>r~M~~m"nTu T-ir~-_L~n.n-j rn~i. *. imi u_ 'u H   u  ���w_��  J!fa  ..a......   ,....i����^.^^.a..^.w-<.> ,.j . .....^.y^.^,.,^^^  ������������ �����-.*���.-���*���--,��� u-j-.!-^-.,-.-_������_-.-_���. -f  a'.*.' ������W_aaaF..a*_._ii_i,_wy, t    j ,,a _.��___a_n4,.i_._ i_ai���a_ a.ia��..ia._a>a. _*._"_���������  V.*l  ,   *-_M* a   W?V&** VS& 5*-��._    *. r   i-f ���** "  ,, j* i  .". it  < >$&&  ,"**R,,-'i|c.  - ^FMMknf'*-  t      ,. mWrii M&MSS^   'JP  Ii��>A.%  * .   .y.*- \  a#a->  petti}}*'.  *     **a*��\a)Fa��i*J^  Mr. and Mrs. John Sherwood Hayes  ���photo by Burlin Studios.  John  Sherwood Hayes . .   .  Oraier ElpMristone  wedding vows in Vancouver  MR. and Mrs. John Hayes of West Sechelt  welcomed a daughter into the family  on November ?th. 1970 when Marlene  Francis Van Daele became the bride of  the eldest of their four sons, John Shor-  woood Hayes at a very beautiful ceremony  held at University Hill United Church,  Vancouver, B.C.  The bride is the youngest daughter  of Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Van Daele of  New Westminster, B.C.  Chrysanthemums in shades of deep and  pale pink, arranged Mn a large copper  bowl, graced the altar, flanked by two  standards of candelabra each bearing  five candles.  Reverend Harald Maekay officiated at  the^ceremony which toook place at 7 p.m.  Soloist was Mrs. Marilyn Brown who  sang "Impossible Dream".  Mr. Van Daele gave his youngest  daughter in marriage. The bride wore a  floor length white silk chiffon gown with  empire waist and full gathered flowing  skirt which featured a 3 inch gathered  ruffle around the hem; round neckline  and short very full puffed sleeves. Pastel  pink shoes matched the pastel pink sash  which featured a large stiff bow at the  back with ribbon ends reaching to the  hemline. A tiara headpiece held the flow-  c*nterpri&ed &Ltd.  HAY - FEED - SEED  North Road, Gibsons  PHONE 886-7123  ��ar*-****_l|  ing veil edged with lace and the very-  lovely bride carried a colonial bouquet of  pale pink rosebuds with pale pink ribbons.  Bridal attendants were Mrs. Darlene  Gunther, Matron of Honor; Mrs. Elaine  Penner, Mrs. Sandy Bruce and Miss Gail  Van  Daele,   bridesmaids.  Attending the groom were his brothers,  Mr. Rodger Hayes, best man; Mr. Robert  Hayes, Mr. Greg Hayes and. Mr. Dan  Gunther acting as ushers.  Reception was held at Cecil Green  Park, University, of British Columbia,  where Mr. Ernest Van' Daele, uncle and  godfather of the bride proposed the toast  to the bride.  The mother of the bride chose a long  sea green linen sleeveless gown with  round neck and sewn in sash of deep  green at the waist and around the hemline of the gathered skirt.  The groom's mother wore a floor  length sleeveless nylon-chiffon gown of  floral apricot and pastel shades on white  background'with full gathered-skirt, cross  gathered bodice with v-neckline, long  white gloves, .apricot parfait rose corsage  with gold ribbons, and gold 'accessories.  . The honeymoon was spent in Acapulco,  Mexico and for the journey, the bride  wore a pale pink linen coat with gathered  waist, covered buttons nnd long tailored  sleeves, over. . a sleeveless dress with  gathered waist and fitted bodice. Navy  shoes, purse and gloves completed her  ensemble.  The groom who, recently graduated  from UBC is taking a chartered accountancy course in Vancouver. The bride is  a registered nurse .vho took* her training at the Royal Columbian Hospital in  New Westminster.  Mr. and Mrs. John Sherwood Hayes  will reside at Apt. 205-325 Ash Street,  New Westminster, B.C.  Out-of-town guests included: Mr. and  Mrs, T. Robillard, Mr. nnd Mrs. D. Currie  from Sechelt; Mr. nnd Mrs. G. Musgrove  nnd Linda Musgrove, Mr. and Mrs. D.  * Nllsscn, Kamloops; pr. H. C. Lucht,  Prince George; Mr. Robert Tait, Kamloops; Mr, nnd Mrs, C, Cohoe, Revelstoke;  Mr, and Mrs. R, Runlt, Golden; Mr. and  Mrs. Beggs, Chernninus; Mr., and Mrs.  Deans; ciiemulnus; Mr. and Mrs. G. Loot-  ons, Mrs. Emma Lootons, Everson, Washington.  FJi.Miiiiiiiiii.iiii!iin;m.iii!!.-ir:..iiH^  fpM&Fptf*  I   a*"^ ���%  \\> il"-<   l  ��*"'>A. //O*   *Ia?��a: }  Vancouver's  David and Lyn Hancock  present  W  CIFIi  mm  fnA*/ f ��� * ���' * .  fca    J.  cA  A,r,y, a Via.  ,1     Uib\tl<77<b7��*��J  ' a ...*_.a>- ' ?A___ f, ____)_,  "A Beautiful and engrossing Wildlife Adventure Film  of the Magnificent West Coast"  "*��� Great grizzlies of Alaska    *���* Cascading'Glaciers  * 6000 Pound Fighting Elephant Seals  * Amazing Sea Otters return to D,C,  2 SHOWS:    ,  Pender Harbour Secondary, December 2nd  Elphinstono Secondary, December 3rd  All Showings 8:00 p.m.  Adults $2.00 ,   O.A.P. and Students $1.00  iimtm;.Ei!.:Ei.n!iiiiii.MiiMi!-iiii-ii![!.iin  ti  Around Gibsons  ���by Marion Charman  BILL and Carol McGivern returned Tuesday last week after spending 10 days  in the States. They were at Reno for  C days where Mr. McGivern enteVed the  Nevada State Trap Shoot. On Friday the  13th he won 1st prize in the 13-21 yard  handicap, receiving on engraved silver  bowl and $125 cash. An eight -by ten  colored photo of Mr. McGivern holding  his prize is hung on the Wall of the Heralds Club, a large casino in Reno, whose  owners are very sports minded' and  sponsor these competijions three times  a year. -.  Bill is a member.of the Pacific International Trap Shooting Association which"  holds shoots in the Western United States  and B.C.  SHOWER  Mrs. Rhonda Beeman was hostess at  her home in honor of bride-elect Miss  Linda Chamberlin. At this delightful  social gathering, hearts and wedding bells  were used for decoration. Linda was  presented with a beutiful corsage and a  shower of lovely gifts" from the female  staff at Port Mellon.  . Present to offer their, best wishes  were Esther Carey, Diane Berdahl, Andrea Howell, Lilo Buckhorn, Sheila Tait,  Doreen Stewart, Joan Quarry, Phyllis  Francis, Aileen Watson and Chris Anderson. Delectable refreshments were enjoyed.  Unable to attend but sending gifts  were Fay Flockhart, Dennise .Quarry,  Agnes Boutin and Myrtle- Munro.  CELEBRATION  Mrs. El wood was hostess at an evening party in honor of Mrs, Alana Anderson -who received many beautiful gifts  at this delightful baby shower in readiness for the arrival of the Andersons  chosen daughter. After the opening of  parcels, games were enjoyed. Fancy sandwiches and dainty sweets were served.  The shower cake had been decorated by  Mrs. Betty Laidlaw ahd featured little  pink booties. Others present were Mesdames Kay Marshall, Ivy Nordin, Darlene  McQueen, Sly via Spain, Evelyn Cooper,  Mary Madison, Arlis Peters, Marlene  Bjornson and Joyce Smethurst.  Those sending gifts were Mrs. Lee  Macey and Mrs. Nancy Miller.  HERE AND THERE  Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Elrick and Mr.  and Mrs. Charles Longley of Gower Point  have returned from a pleasant vacation  overseas. They spent 3 weeks in England  ^and Scotland before boarding the "Car-  mania" for a Mediterranean cruise visiting Spain, France, Africa, Turkey, Grete,  Greece, Cicily and Naples, and then flying back to .London. The travellers hj_d  fine weather during the entire holiday.  Recent visitors to the district were Mr.  and Mrs. Cameron Corbet and 3 children  and Mr. Corbet Sr. from Vancouver; Glen  Corbet and his sister Jean from Massett  and their sister Esther and her son. The  Corbets are former Gibsons residents.  Bruce Corbet passed away recently, the  funeral was last week.  Danny Bothwell is home for a month  prior to resuming his jockey career.  Gill ond Cathy Yocklowitz and sons,  former local residents are moving this  ���week from Prince George to Williams  Lake.  Mrs. Mollie Kennett enjoyed a trip  to Las Vegas, recently. George Charman  and family spent a couple of days in  Victoria, last week.  NEWS NOTEk  Mr. Frank Wyngaert and Mr. Alan  Nicholson attended the International  Christian Business Men's Retreat at Harrison Hot Springs, November 13, 14,  15.  When the Women's Mission Council  of Gibsons Pentecostal Tabernacle met at  the home of Mrs. Harvey Davis, there was  a good attendance. Miss Lorraine Flnd-  ager and Miss Grace Peters -were the  speakers and they showed pictures or  the Hay River District,  Rev, Dennis Morgan is attending a  ministry evaluation conference for clergy  at a training centre in Sorrento, from  November 23 to 27th.  The confirmed young people at St.  Bartholomew's attended an 11 n.m, Communion on Sunday morning, Tho service  was followed hy a brenltfnst,  The\ Port Mellon Choir snug at the  11 n.ni\ service ut St. Bart's, Nov. 22.  Thoy enjoyed a luncheon Inter nt the  Cooper home.  ' At tho home of Mrs. Edith Baker  Sunday evening, the Bible Society meeting was held  Instead of sending Chrislmns cards  to local friends, why not give a donation to tho Senior Citizens Fund sponsored by the Sunshine Const Klwnnls Club.  Contact Mrs, F. Holland, Mrs, K. Wright  or deposit a donation al the Bnnk of  Montreal by  December  llllh.  The Peninsula Times Page A-S  Wednesday, November 25, 1970  Juvenile Soccer  week-end results  WITH just three more Sundays of Juvenile Soccer before the first half of  the season comes to a close, young players encountered the rigors of winter early  in the season when they played in near  freezing temperatures last Sunday.  WEEKEND RESULTS  DIVISION 7  Warriors 4, Chessmen 0. Local 297 4,  Shop Easy 0. Tee Men 6, Ken^Mac 0.  DIVISION 6  Cougars 3, Roberts Creek 2.  DIVISION 5  Tiger Cats 9, Super ValU 8. Braves 1,  Timbermen 2.  DIVISION 3  Gibsons Legion 1, Totems 1.  SCHEDULE, Sunday Nov. 29  DIVISION 7  Gaine time 1 p.m. Chessmen vs Tee  Men at Gibsons. Shop Easy vs Warriors  at Hackett Park. Ken Mine vs Local 297  at Gibsons (2 p.hi.).      **:'        A*  DIVISION 6  Game time 2* pirn. Roberts Creek vs  Madeira Park.  DIVISION 5  Timbermen vs Tiger Cats, 2 p.m. at  Hfcekett Park. Super Valu vs Braves, 1  p.m. Gibsons.  division;?     ,*-'���'���  ���   Totems vs Sechelt Legion, 3 p.m. Hackett Park.  o n  THE SUNSHINE COAST ARTS COUNCIL  IS PRESENTING  *   TUE g?lU��M mill FESTIVAL  AT ELPHINSTONE GYMNASIUM  SUNDAY, &_��VEfry_BI2!S 29th - 2:00 PM.  AduIfs^'25 Students 75c  O Tickets Are Available At The Gallery Shop, Sechelt ��  IQSJJ  m  ���JI!l!IHIIUI!liII!IIIIIIJL'Il!liI!limilIliniii!  Seehell,  Jewellers  TV     ft     fr  Jeweliry  Watch 8,  Repairs  ft     ft     ft  Phono  085-2421  Female ape: Monkey wench.  ItltlMltlliLllltJIHIiTiili  iimnnnuinnins  hi&t in time fop  \jift i-jiuinas  B  * AT THE  ROBERTS CREEK COMMUNITY HALL  DEMONSTRATION  AND SALE  BY   LOCAL  ARTISTS  AND   CRAfTSMEN  WEAVING -SPINNING  INSTRUMENT MAKING  CANDLE. MAKING   -   WOOD   CARVING  CERAMICS - JEWELLRY - PAINTINGS  PRINTS and DRAWINGS  AND MORE . . .  FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 27th  (10 a.m. to 3 p.m.)  for School Children  SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 28��J  (10 a.m. to 8 p.m.)  Adult- Admission 50c  REFRESHMENTS AVAILABLE  Sponsored by Roberts Creek School Parents  Auxiliary.  For information call  886-271  Lovely Fringed *"  SUEDE VESTS  * Some Hand-  Painted Fringed &  -reeled LEATHER  HANDBAGS.  * - Hand-made  BELTS in Great  Variety.  r Berets for the  Long Hair Style.  Everything in PANT  SUITS   from   Shim  mering   Evening  Wear   to   Lounge  Wear Beautiful LINGERIE       PENGOIR  Sets   in   Long   and  Short Styles  Waltz Gowns  Bikinis- Half Slips  *_UIU��l_��'-_-_^a%__1��MI_aaan_>-_-J  *  Mony Lovely  DRESSES to choose  from, sizes 5/6  Junior Petit to  24 Vi Women's.  " Chenille Flower Arrangements-���Lavender  Dolls & Octopuses.  A Small Deposit will hold your Lay-Aways  Shop Now For Best Selection  Men 5  ion  Seaside Plaza, Gibsons  n  oppe  886-9941  1  <s{iasg*��B������a��i^^  Independent  universities  WHATwill Britain's proposed  independent    university    be  like?  ���A top staff attracted by  high salaries. Courses cutting  across the science and art disciplines to provide broad-based non-specialized education.  ���An intensive four-year  term, with classes possibly  running six days a week with  late evening sessions.  ���A nonresidential building  site in London to accommodate  an enrollment of 4,000 to 5,000  graduate and undergraduate  students.  ���-Financial support to come  from private individuals, Industry, and trusls���not fron.  the slate us with nil other British universities.  ���A .c 1,260 ($.,024) yearly  student fee for tuition and  board. Loan programs nnd  fieholar,*.hlps for those unable  to afford the price. Repayment adjusted to the student's  future enrnings.  It'll he independent all right  ���nnd different from anything  Britain hits.  Russian ripples  in the Thames  SOVIET hydrofoils may  noon  be riffling the waters of the  Thames.  A study commissioned by  Brltuln's Ministry of Technology'and tho CJreator London  Couneil snys n fast hovercraft  or hydrofoil .service between  central 1-ondon, Its boroughs,  mul the towns lo /.eawnrd is  feasible,  It recommends that a pilot  service begin next year, And  since no unliable British hovercraft or hydrofoils arc on  llu** horizon, Ihe proposal Is to  buy HO sent Sormnvo Ruketo  hydrofoil from the Soviet  Union,  MWMaWiMMMIN^^  i'-BEEN WAifSMG  A Tractor that every member of the  family will eercgoy driving.  The BRITISH LEVliP 4X25 EfUFFIELD Tractor  PUBCEB* AT $2500 - Packed with these features:  ��� SAE rated 30 B.H.P.  ��� Triple-range transmission-���a speed for every job.  ��� Three rovorso speeds,  ��� Hydraulic SAE Category I three-point hitch.  ��� Auxiliary hydraulics for loader and other equipment.  ��� 540 and 1000 R.P.M. Powor tako off,  ONE YEAR WAHRANTY PAHTS AI^ID SEHVICE  COME IN! TEST DRIVE THE 4/25���YOU'LL LOVE IT!  10547 King Goorgo Highway, North Surrey, B.C.  Phono 581-3358  aS-3&��t*-S^^ ,  iSiswamas&^Bxmssmma.  ^i^ftmiumn^mimrt^mim  aa-aWapaFq-w-^^&gim  zrxmssx  ew^*����itt��^^^  njT    &     THIS WEBi DANCE TO THE  SOUND OF  m louiOTy mm  Tickets for our Now Year's Ball arc now on salo,  and can bo purchased from Bonner's Furnituro,  Frank Leifnor at Shop-Easy, or  Ponlnsula Drlvoln. ��� $10.  - REFRESHMENTS SERVED  SPECIAL FULL COURSE WEAL:    '     tttt  Saturday: S:00 p.m. to ��:��0 p���m,        ���M&   ' $ //j  Sunday: 4:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. RIB 01OAST  r  ___L____  Vwwjd*"^     In n am aa.  \XJ  .  7  liai  MI6MWAY HOI, SECMELT - PHONE 88S-231I  Admission $4 per Coupl�� Ladios, Phase, No Slacks  iiiiit^^  i  > A. Ah AAAitVA^i  AH^VA-^iA-AAhS A_MaW*_j�� ft    t*   **     r ���"     ���"-*���   ���*-*���***-'    A*S*.^**.-*     ��    I*    rf    M  A * " '  * r'��<i-^+ m  .145  site  k  '*���  *.  Page A-6  . The Peninsula Times  Wednesday, November 25, 1970 "  MOHE ABOUT...  �� Sechel. Council  ��� ���from page A*l  indicated a desire to meet with council  at a later date lo discuss the matter.  Mayor Swain commented "she phoned  me about 7.30 am one morning about it.  I suppose the best thing we can do is  meet with her at the next meeting and  get it over with".  Outlining the situation regarding the?,  food outlet, Mr. Rayner said there appears to be two people involved. One  had been in asking about regulations in  relation to bringing the building up to  standard. He had been advised to contact  the Health Unit for septic tank approval.  Later, - the - other-person applied���for���a-  business licence and was informed it is  being withheld. "Anyway the matter is  out of our hands and is being taken  care of by the. Health Unit", Mr. Rayner  - added.  Mayor"Swain asked "is this business  still in operation?" the clerk replied that  he did not know.  mK^i^mmssmmmmmismmittm^itfsimtmmmmmmmm^mmmj  m^umv^wsmam  s_ia,.a*;_iaawfcK'grn;��*ffia  Thc Opening of o New and Complelo  Appliance Repair Depot  Enterprises  Phone John Bunyan, 885-9318  FOR ALL APPLIANCE REPAIRS ���  i-t^mMs^m^wmtmmm^msmimmmmsimmmm^mmisuai'i  iif��immmmvm>^ism>mm��mi!��S'mmmmmmimss��mmmm!imms.  Art Lecture series  greatly appreciated  MR. Gordon Caruso who'instructed the  , a\ii Lecture Series at Elphinstone  High School in Gibsons last Thursday  evening, is a man who generates enthusiasm, confidence and a wonderful  sense of humour.  He advised his audience to look for  basic shapes in ordinary things and to  create designs with these basic shapes,  to draw, and paint freely not necessarily  realistically but always) searching for  individuality in a form and the inner  feeling one gets ��� about \that- particular  thing.    "     ���  __-. Those who attended found the two  hours to be the 'shortest' in  the whole  ���weekr���    '" :         _ ~"  It is hoped to arrange another lecture  in the series for December 3rd, watch  for an announcement in next week's  issue of the Times.  4tmmm7  MEWH'S  mmo & TELEVISION  dealer for  ZENITH  FLEETWOOD  ADMIRAL  .. **���'.������*������.'���*,'/#-.  BURRITT BROS.  RUGS AND CARPETS  *���, A ��V ������*. - ���>..  *i* .    .*�������� . 't* ��������  FURNITURE  Ph. 886-2280 Gibsons, B.C.  FOR QUICK RESULTS USE TIMES  ADBRIEFS TO BUY. 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BOX 259, WYNGAERT ROAD, GIBSONS  Phone 886-7122  Halfmoon Bay Happenings  ���by Mary Tinkley  NEXT film show at the Welcome Beach were strewn with branches, some of them  Hall will bc on. Thursday, November big enough to have injured a person or  26 at 7.30 p.m. and the theme will be damaged a car. However, no serious  "B.C. and Eastward to the Lands of our damage has been reported. One tree came  Forefathers". > down on the Shanahan property in Wel-  The programme starts with a new film     come Beach and cut the power line.  GLASS SEH��I���E      8     Cyf f�� Size  REPAIRS - PATIO SCREEN DOORS  FREE ESTIMATES  _ .���, ,��� ....   ..    . ., .    ;'��.Tl**T''"iM*T*Ji 'WMM ra��wliMir<!��IH'^  w��*X2?nr\  &m  ["-"*"���/*">*.  o  When you're  smiling  call for  'Labaff's Blue'  abaft).)  _u ami mci  Thl* ��(lvoril����mt)-��| Ii not published or <H*pl��y��tl by tho  Liquor Control Hoard or by lho Govornmcnt ot DrllloliColumtilo  on B.C. "The New Northwest", followed  by a film on Pennsylvania cooking, two  films from the British Travel Association  and two from the French Embassy.  The English films cover boating on  the Norfolk Broads and the great wall  of Hadrian, the mightiest of Roman remains in England which originally extended for 73 miles from the mouth of the  Tyne to Solway Firth and formed the  frontier of the ancient Roman empire.  The French films are of the Fountains of  Paris and the lovely Loire valley with its  unspoiled rural beauty, its ancient castles  and its picturesque houses.  SOCIAL  Last weekend's cold spell may have  been responsible for keeping many people by their firesides for there was a  small attendance for the social evening  at the Welcome Beach Hall on Saturday. <��  Those who did attend had a happy and  congenial evening with a "go as you  please" programme, tables were made up  for whist, cribbagc. gin. rummy and  scrabble.  HOMECOMING  During the absence on leave of Assistant Lighthouse keeper, Babe Chapman, relieving al Merry Island is William  Copeland for whom this is something of  a homecoming. Mr. Copeland was lighthouse keeper at Merry Island from 1040  to 1940 and lived there with his wife  and three children who received their  schooling by correspondence.  Mr. Copeland is how retired and living in Victoria but still does some relief  work at various light, stations up and  down thc coast.  RECREATION  Halfmoon Bay Recreation Commission  held a meeting Inst week at the Bob  Trousdell home where Mrs. Murphy reported on her trip to Powell River to  attend u Recreation'.Convention. Plans  were made for the chiWrens' Christmas  party which will he held at thc Welcome  Bench Hall at II p.m. on Sunday, -Do-  comber  13th.  A Christmas piuiy for the Iccnngcn  i.s also In the planning stage, The Commission is ulso Hponsorlng a drama group  for children and two plays arc In production, with performances planned for the  Christina:, seuson,  IN   BniEF  Mrs, Ruby Warne has returned from  a nm.l.incd visiting and shopping trip,  Shu wns In Vancouver as the guest of  I km* son Jimmy Weir and then crossed  lo the island for a visit with her sistern,  Micky Hills and Mary Lucas at Nannlnio,  Mrs. Warne enjoyed shopping In the  Mall at Nnniiiino which she found most  convenient and comfortable In uncongenial weather,  A number of Ircen came down during   the  gnlei.  Iii'il   week   and   Die  roiulr.  KK��i������  JSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSS.  ssss  essesxessssb  3@(_!_(3__5(_3[___ DEALER  ti  !_____  _��__��___dw__3  be  moved  into the  new TRAIL  BAY  SHOPPING CEfMTHE  by  DECEMBER  3rd  w*-*-a��  !a*q-l^^l^^l^aga*CJa*'  for our Orqnd Opening obi December 10  and Check Our Flyer in the mail for the BIGGEST/  GIFT   BONANZA   YOU'VE   EVER   SEEN    IN    YOUR  LIFES  _*ii_immi*.  ->����wM**^^  A few hardy visitors were in the*  area for the weekend working on their  properties and checking the plumbing.  One couple who congratulated themselves  on discovering the snow-free Sunshine  Coast had left Coquitlam with the beginning of a snowstorm and, if t|ie weather  forecasts hold good, have probably returned to Coquitlam just in time to be  greeted by another.  Centennial Committee  last call for Pioneers  BRITISH Columbia Centennial '71 Committee is gratified with the results of  its search for pioneers, but still worried  that some may be missed.  L. J, Wallace, General Chairman, expressed gratitude for the co-operation of  news media in searching out men arid  women who will bc honoured al special.  ceremonies throughout the Province iri  1971, Centennial year of British Columbia's joining  confederation.  "However, we are making this final  appeal in the hope that no qualified person will be missed," Mr. Wallace said.  "We are especially concerned about those  in hospitals and rest-homes, and shut-  ins who are unable to apply on their own  behalf."  Friends and relatives are, asked to apply to their Local Centennial Committees  for application forms. These forms must  be filled in, upproved by the Local Committee, and forwarded to the Provincial  Centennial '71 Committee by November  19.  There will be Iwo forms of recognition: medallions will be given pioneers  who were either born In Canada or a  resident in Canada prior lo January 1,  1897, and who are now residents of British Columbia; special Centenarian ��-  wnrds will bo presented to persons who  have attained or will attain his or her  lOOlh birthday during 1071, and who Is a  resident of British Columbia now. Conine! your Local Centennial Committee  now,  Canadian musicians  celebrate Music Week  THOUSANDS of Canadian music -Undents nnd teachers across Canada will  he celebrating Canada Music Week during  the week of November ".Und lo "..Ml. with  special events of interest lo music ninker*.  unci listeners. ,  Local Branches of Registered Music  Teachers' Association and eoinniitteoH  have math? extensive plans tor I hi.-, oh-  MTvnnco lu the form of recilnl.-i, conceits,  workshop-- and displays.  The observance of this special weel,  I,*. primarily -o focun the attention of Ihe  public on the value and npprccialli.n of  music, and to Interest Canadians in I heir  own performing artists and the music  being created by loiuposeis of C.nu.da,  Canada Music Week in lis llth annual  iib.icivance, Is ^poni-oifd by The ('una--  ili.'in Federation of Music Teachers' As-  nci.ilion, an organi/'iilion represented by  provincial .wineliitlunH In eight province,*!  of Ihe Dominion.  Sechelt  Phone 885-9343  ^ New Arrivals in       iM*- ijp  Lar9e Assortment of   j|pp  W GIFTS & NOVELTIES'���**��* W              MUGS             '*&  'C .W...ILM             ^T. *�� LAMPS & LANTERNS  % u     ?   i                  ft ��   WALL PLAQUES IN  *�� bytheDoien          J�� ��,    METAL8t CHINA  large Assortment of  Gift Novelties  Select Your Gifts Now1.  We will lay away.  NEW   LINE   OF   CHRISTMAS   AND  ALL   OCCASION   PAPER   NAPKINS  y ���'"���'*���'���'-'������'���*'   : 'rV i "*r"<"wr"r  -_������_._���/���.... ._ j. . ..,  iMy��Vii��]iuMi^i|ii-j��iipiia��u-<^  J ****�����*�� ���*___���Mmi^mmim,  _____7J  ���  i^w-jj-!----.  iV  "'"1  Cite Eifepito ltd,  Gibsons,  B.C. ��� Phone 886-2237  i**0*  With 30-Day  100'  A-1  COMPLETELY  Power Train Warranty  RECONDSTIOMED  AUTOMOBILES  m:;**^^^  WWWflSW*^  BUCKING? - SPLITTING?  CALL  BUC1C-1T SERVICE  P.O. Box 64, Sechelt  Phono 005-9960  Saw oi -.pill logs oro-iiul home  or buil-linrj site for clooring,  firewood or haul nwny.  csmammsBSBBs  ^S4va!m^isssM^MSs^^amssm  1968 CHEVROLET A dr, Sedan, 155 h.p.  6 cyl   ou|o., new tiros: $1550 '  1966  FORD GALAXIE 500 2 dr.  H.T.,  390 V/'8, outo,, radio, new tires, $1595  1966 BARRACUDA 2 dr. H.T., Hi per-  formonco V/3, A *-,|xJ. 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Station Wooon,  V/8 outo., PS, PB, rodlo, electric rear  window       $995  1967 FORD GALAXIE 500 2 dr, Il,T���  V/8 auto, PS, PI), radio, 36,000  mile..    $1095  1966 .VHJSTAN6 2 dr, I IT,, GT model,  289 V/fl onto,,1 console, buckets,  rodlo. ,  $1795  1966 FORD GALAXIE 500 2 dr, H.T,  289 V/'8 oolo., PS, PO, radio, bloc ond  whllo, ,..  $1595  1960 PLYMOUTH FURY III A dr, Sedan,  V/*8 onto,, PS, PB, rodlo, new tire*.,  immaculate condition; $1995  1969 ENVOY EPIC, Oonk rc|>ov.r��,*,lon.  ref|oirc'. some woik,      $950  1962 CHEVROLET A <lr Sedan, A ryl.  std,   Iron*..        .      $395  1960 PONTIAC SEDAN, 6 cyl,  outo,  $100  Banff Financing at Easy MMf Pap@nls  TRUCICS-  1966 MERCURY   ��,-.   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LtMMM  M^W>*|  i^^B__________ffi__!!!f^  X ���*MMw��<-��-yi��*%^wi^  Golden  Anniversary  Former Sechelt residents, Mr. and  Mrs. John Whyte celebrated their  Golden Wedding Anniversary with  their family in Sechelt .on Saturday  evening. Picture, seated are: Mr.  Whyte's sister from Quebec City,  Mrs.- Margaret Pierce; guests of  honour, Emma and John Whyte;  daughter Mrs. Ruth De Wolfe, Whitehorse; Standing from left are daugh  ters and sons: Mrs. Gail Elliott, Duncan; Mr. John Whyte, Campbell  River; Mrs. Beulah Lawson, Sechelt;  Mr. Herbie Whyte, Nanaimo; Mrs.  Darlene Paquett, Haines Junction  Y.T.; Mr. Roy Whyte, Sechelt; Mrs.  Marion Cook, Sechelt and Mr. Ronald Whyte, Qualicum. Missing was  Mrs. Jean Rouse of Texada Island.  Section B  Wednesdoy, November 25, 1970  Pages 1-4  Formes residents  . .  Golden Wedding Anniversary  surprise reunion  FBOM all parts of British Columbia and  tlie Yukon Territory, the family of  Mr,, and Mrs. John Whyte Sr. travelled to  Sechelt to celebrate tlie Golden Wedding  ���/Irmiversary of their parents on Saturday  of last week.  Former Sechelt residents, having lived in* West Sechelt from 1949 to 1958, Mr.  and -������ Mrs. John. Whyte were married in  Brqwnlee, Saskatchewan on November  24th, 1920. Mr. Whyte .was born in Scotland not far from Dundee and came' to  ��ahada as a.bijy with his family; his wife  Emma Mae ' was born in Ontario _uid  when they were marrjcd Mr.* Whyte was  Postmaster at -Brownlce.7   ������ A-   *;7--:- ���������.  'For'many years*".__"*"*and Mrs. Whyte  Iived on. Lasqueti Island where Mr.  "Whyte was a fisherman. They had already retired when they came to live in  Secholt and built the house where their  daughter Mrs. Marion Cook and her family now live.  Travelling from afar to spend the oc- -  casion with thc happy couple were Mr.  Whyte's sister Mrs. Margaret Pierce, also  his niece Miss Eva Pierce from Quebec  City.  Mr. and Mrs. Whyte have ten children and they were all able to attend  the happy .gathering in Wilson Creek  Community Hall.  Mrs. Uuth De Wolf came from Whitehorse Y.T.; Mrs. Marion Cook, Sechelt;  Mr. John Whyte Jr. from Campbell River; Mrs, Joan Rouse, Texada Island; Mrs.  Beulah Lawson, Sechelt: Mr. Ronald  Whyte, Qualicum; Mr./Herblc Whyte,  Nanaimo; Mrs. Darlene Paquett, Haines  Junction, Y.T.; Mr. lloy Whyte, Sechelt;  nnd Mrs. Gall Elliott, Duncan. With them  came, their husbands and wives and  many of the 28 grandchildren and 4 great  grandchildren, v  Thc hull wa.s beautifully decorated  with large bouquets of Mowers and many  presents. A three tier cake, Iced in white  with yellow rosebuds and golden leaves  centred the table of honour, "  Special guests were Rev. Canon Alan'  Greene and Mrs, Greene. Canon Greene  became acquainted with thc family when  Ihey lived on Lasqueti Island and he was  in charge of the Mission bout,  Telegrams were read from Prime Minister Pierre Elliott Trudeau; Llei.tennnl  Governor of I-iitlsh Columbia, Hon, .1. H.  Nicholson; Premier of British Columbia,  Hon W. A. C. Bennet; M.L.A. Robert M.  Strachan; Mayor of Duncan, Mr. J. W.  Quaife and Mayor of Sechelt Mr. Bill  Swain.  Out of town guests included Mr. and  Mrs. L. Camp, Nanaimo; Mrs. N. Williams  Nanaimo and Mrs. Percy Grice, Vancour-  ver.  Friends of the family joined in the  Open House which followed the family  luncheon.  At bank: "Out bh a limb? Try our  branch*;" ..-"-'.**-:��� -   -"- ������-"'' "  One year suspension  followed impairment  APPEARING before Judge Charles Mittelsteadt last week in Sechelt, Adrian  "���tVaUace of Egmont faced a charge of driving while having above .08 per cent al-*  cohol content in his blood. He was fined  $300 or, if in default, 30 days and suspended from driving for one year.: It was  reported that Wallace has a record of  motor vehicle offences.  Nord Blomgren of Roberts Creek appeared November 18 to answer a charge  of driving without auto insurance coverage. He was fined ��250 or 30 days if in  default.  North Vancouver man, Charles Nick-  olson was charged with failure to take  the breathalyzer test and was fined $300  together with a one month driving suspension. He was charged when police investigated an incident on Redrooffs Road  in which Nicholson drove his vehicle off  thc road into a ditch. He was taken to  the RCMP detachment but refused tlie  breathalyzer.  Earlier this week, Cary Joseph Gibsons of Twin Creeks appeared in Gibsons  court to face a charge of driving with  more than .08 per cent alcohol in his  blood. He was fined $300 and suspended  from cUiving for one month.  Charles Edward Yeoman of Port Mellon faced a similar charge and was aOso  fined $300 and given a one month driving suspension.  George Forshner of Gibsons, charged  under the Department of Transport Act,  ; was ���.fined -$320 for operating his truck  with an overweight.  f  WMWfMiW^^  C&S _MH!3W_��I  Sechelt, B.C. Phone 885-9713  Watch this Ad tor Weekly Pre-rChristmas Specials  SILEX AUTOMATIC TOASTER���reg. $14.95 this week $10.88  ELECTRIC MAKE-UP MIRROR���reg. $18.95 this week $13.88  WEAR-EVER COOK-WARE SET���reg. $27,95 this week $19.88  C.C.M. SWINGER BICYCLE���reg. $39.75  this week $34,88  CLOTHES HAMPERS:  Family Size���reg. $16.95 ..���....._. this week $12.88  Hassock Size���reg. $15.95 ���..���: this week $11.88  ttl^H��IU__)^^  ;  __��.  1W1B.B��M�� THOTHE - Gibson!  .��7,j_riffia_w-flrffCTta_��m.F*��*Fg.a^^  f lil!) f'���  *.!���'  , I. KM!;  rmtw< ih h   i     >  w ��tuw ���^ZJ-.r  *rw^^^Wa_r_,.r_A_^ij.    .,<..U.J..W..*ft��_-l.traiHllAaBJ(  /M*   ^fJVS,  JH���' >)  ,-   [il**-'  Wed., Thur.,  Fri.,  Nov. 25, 26, & 27  at 8 p.m.  PLUS  Sat. M-tinco Nov.  28 at 2 p.m.  DOUBLE' FEATURE VISUAL EXPERIENCE  (3 dimensional glasses supplied by tho theatre)  C^ueA  of JUT  pi IPS    ���  Family entertainment  for Gibsons movie fans  WHOLESOME    Tamily entertainment  kicks off the week at Twilight Theatre  ih Gibsons; serif .you missed _out on last  week's goodness, your turn comes around  again this week.  Andy Griffith stars in "Angel in My  Pocket". Andy plays the role of an ex-  marine brick-yard worker, who is the  head of a family of assorted characters.  He just completed seminary studies and  been ordained, and so begins the hilarious  story of his first ministry to a church in  a small mid-western towh.  Then on Saturday evening you don  your 3-D glasses and do-up on some very   psychotic   visual  effects   in" "The  Eyes  of Hell". A second feature also will be  shown, and It is called "The Young, The  Evil, and the Savage"���some indication-  of what to expect  Starting next Wednesday for 7 festive  days, "Woodstock,", a total environment  movie filmed as ��t happened; perhaps a  historic event. Starring all your favorite  rock idols; including the late. Jimi Hen-  drix���and even if you have seen the movie  before it is well worth coming again.  Guaranteed loud for such important parts  as "Soul Sacrifice" ,by Santana, "Going Home" by Tcii Years After, and "Star  Spangled Banner" done in the good old  traditional style by Jimi. One other comment on Woodstock-���no matter how-old  you are, if you are curious, then you  must come.  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UU*  *���> 1 Hip IHfylfa-  **��- *,4lto ***"* 0* **. *1 �������   ���**���!*���������*    �����    H*|*-l    ��   a-V 4�� jj***    F\ dK. ^k     __      , INtiA^aJH^a^tSf  i^]*^ilii^i^8p-|*_|rfi _r*^*_r3Tt^!-JT3P*1Cu **^^iiJ-'iCj^<^i/'*-i  ��_gi ii       ty fentela fifh* W^esAiy, dov^i,.? ai, 14-/6  1  i  PimtisuLAVMieb  ��\a-_'__--___JVj>U��  wrong, but . .v/ifl// nor .V .��> itoij; iw /o /aif *t> say what / believe Jo be right." j  -    . , ���John Avkjns  DoL'Gi ,vs G. Wiir.ri.r.1., Editor  rai*jyulUWW\iMWi��UWMWUil'MWal*^V*UAA��'ft��lrt^  IPei0S��aS fia&flo effioaiidM.!  SAFE  driving  week   is  scheduled this  year from" December 1st to 7th tiHd  during this week police patrols become  increasingly vigilant, not tor thc sole  purpose of obtaining convictions, but in  "drde Atle"rt~ cfrIiTg_flrlv;crs~ to" tlie "luizarcls _  they create.  While highway fatalities show a  steady decrease during thc pa*.t three  \oars, a large number of lives are still  lost as a result ol motor vehicle accidents.  In B.C. alone there were 420 fatalities  from January 1070 to September 30lh  1970. The resultant distress and heartache for families and relatives must surely  bo incalculable.  Even when no injuries arc involved,  to the average person thc financial Ire-  percussions are invariably enormous, for  it dobs hot end with the auto-body shop.  Charges are laid, fines could prove high  and arc then followed by increased  insurance premiums etc.  Some statistics released by local  police patrol for the Sunshine Coast show  a total of $101,095.00 in damage to  vehicles from January 1970 to October  30th 1970. 82 people were injured ahd  two died. 30'*;. of the accidents involved  liquor.  Unfortunately, in far top many accidents involving liquor, it is the completely innocent victim who suffers.  Possibly driving along quietly, minding  his own business, perhaps his Wife and  children are with him, when suddenly  around the bend way over the wrong  side of white line comes some drunk  driving at high speed. Under such circumstances  a collision - is  unavoidable.  Such acciderits arc certainly not always the result of drunken driving, they  often happen due to hot-rodders who  figure the only way to get frori. one place  to ai.otl.er is by excessive speed.  On thc other hand, mishaps occur  due to a variety of unnecessary infractions: the type ol" thing which happens  each and every day, such as; signalling  left and turning tight, taking time out  to wave to an acquaintance passing b\.  stopping without warning while in a  line-up, failing to use turn signals, passing a double solid lines etc. The list  goes An and on and all spells "careless  dtiving'.  Almost all of us are guilty some time  or other of one or more such examples  of carelessness and one of the objects  of Safe Driving Week is to create an  awareness of the fact. On today's highways an auto is a lethel weapon "unless  handled with extreme care. There is no  room for error and second chances arc  rare.  While, fully supporting the good  intent _ of Safe Driving Week, it would  seem to be a concept worthy of rather  more frequent presentation. In actual  fact each and every week should bc a  Safe Driving Week for if, as figures indicate, the venture has proved successful and lives .arc saved, then perhaps  the extra measures put into practice by  the police during the week, should bc  maintained indefinitely.  A ..A, A^AA4SA\,Af A"wV   ���;-        A-'1 ? '.4'--*'-   -���''-���.    ,'*'   ������*'-"  1   zf:iJ$-7J'^\'^\'^K%{i ~..:''?S*_Al, * ���    ;   "<*  f *������*���% - A** -".    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'      -1"   '   "*   " ' ' " "     ''   "���        jf "*> , * '   '      '   "    "  '   "* "  "  ��� *: Ai^AA**^^;-^ ;.3.,^ *, ,7^ -r^TZ^l-.-^ ,-,l^___^^^*^^^^  Round World Vacation  ��1��   WliJi��M  , SO well have the bleeding heart societies and sob sisters inflicted their  philosophies upon our western world  that it is riBw frowricd upon to rnentibn  such wbrds as "radical", '"Commie"  or "anarchist". In fact, so far, along  the path of permissiveness have we been  led that even mention of law enforcement brings forljh scream of "outrage".  It has become increasingly" obvious  from .which direction the bleating voices  emanate and it has also become very apparent that a campaign has long been  in existence. Pcrhajis the miost significant assurapce of this fact is that the  moment someone shouts "���"Communism"  heads pop out from the woodpile and  'scream, "he is talking about lis, wc  must get rid of him'7.  The question which arises then, is;  why would any person not involved in  nefarious activities and consequently with  nothing to fear, sec fit to viciously attack a person who is sufficiently concerned with a serious situation that he  attempts to point the facts out toother  equally concerned members of the public?  one can but ponder!  One thing is abundantly clear, while  the Times has, during past years, continued to condemn such activities which  invariably lead to confrontation unless  subdued; we have by no rticans stood  alone. Even though the so-called popular,  daily press has .shown a leaning to the  bl.ading heart's of our society. Many leading police chiefs havc^rcpe.itedly warned  of communist infiltration^ which they  state is, behind almost all radical groups  and student disorder. Responsible cdu-  3*51^?*^'.?'*^  Sochcl. Legion Branch 140  r\n  LDUuv.  (S��  Legion Hall- ScchoH  EVEH�� WEPHES0AV  AT �� p.m.  JACHIP-OT $125  TO CSO  $10 DOOR PRIZE  ��  cators have spoken out on the same  subject, concerned members of the Federal Government and opposition party  are alert to the danger as are many  members of Provincial Governments.  Just last week, to quote the Vancouver Sun; "B.C. Social Creditors voted  amid cheers Friday for religious readings in schools to counteract what they  called thc brainwashing of their children  by Communist teachers. And they came  within a" vbtc or two of approving a resolution calling for a royal commission  to investigate the extent of Ariiericahism  being taught in B.C. universities."  Let it be borne in mind, these arc  responsible people aware of the situation, that they are finally becoming  alarmed might well be gathered from  some of their comments; Saanich MLA  John Tisdalle, "When men and women  cease to speak the truth, thc truth will  speak to them".  Another delegate said, "It's about  time this government took some action  and got back to thc moral standards we  held before to guard against this destruction coming frprti America". Another shouted, "There's too many Com-  hiuhist t-_,cl.c.s in our Schools discrediting, the bible". One lady delegate stated,  "Students arc being brainwashed and  are being taught leftism and revolution".  These arc far more outspoken comments than those criticized by a certain  small group writing to Thc Times,  Strangely enough, it is thc largest number of letters on one subject since an  organized little gtbup campaigned to oust  the school bbatd secretary, needless to  say, uttsiiccessfully. This was, perhaps,  because we finally caught on to thc fact  that the series of snide letters dropped  in to us for publication all came from  \the same typewriter and signed names  were not in thc phone book.  \ \Oi.e happy fact emerges however, our  Students aro by no means gullible and  most of them soon became aware of  what comprises leftist indoctrinc. Thc  same applies to thc general public which  is well able to assess.thc implications of  wliat is written and with what motivation,  This docs not imply wc should show  no concern* our dangers are very real  and have to be combattcd. Apathy is the  reason they exist and it will require a  strong steady public voice to support  those who seek to brln|�� about return  of law and order.  WANT  TO SPREAD  A SECRET  ALL OVER  TOWN?  USE AN  AD-BRIEF.  DIAL  885-9654  ��� Mr. - AodvcrtUor.  T h 6 ��� 6 a-veillslno  ��pace�� aro real bargains for jroli, Sold on  contract anty, For d_-  faili on now to stretch  your aetvertlilng <tol  far, phono 003-9634,  titk for fpeclot ad  ratoi,  CAN IDB SERVE YOU?  K. R. MILLER, Assistant Manager  One of our representatives  will be at  Powoll Rlvor Inn,  Powell Rlvor, B.C.  Thursday, November 26th  If you roquiro a torm loan for a now or  existing businoss, you aro invitod to discuss your noods with him. An appointment can bo arranged by tolophonina  Mr, MIIIoi*  405-6201 or 112-601-74 04  tlMPjINDUSTRIAL  DEVELOPMENT BANK  Tf* flM f IMANCINQ FQll CANADIAN nUslljES.E3  DOS Duntmulr Str__t,  VANCOUVIR, B.C.  CHAPTER 7  IN chapter 6'last week we visited Kyoto ���  in thc morning of Sept. 14. At 12:30  noon we left Osaka by Japan Airlines,  Boeing 727 for Tokyo���a 50 minute flight.  We had hoped to take the "Bullet" 120  mile per hour train but arrangements  didn't permit.  At Tokyo we transferred to the Palace  Hotel which is across a canal from the  gardens and home of His Majesty, Emperor Hirbhito and the Imperial Family.  I think I liked the room in this hotel the  best of all on the .tour. It deserves a few  lines to describe it. The location was on  a corner on the seventh floor. In between  the twin" beds was a massive console  affair like a computer machine with dials,  buttons and gadgets. From it we could  control all the lighting in the large room,  open or draw the drapes, operate the  ���TV, clock radio, night light fete. I tried  the TV and found a show starring Sophia  Loren speaking perfect Japanese with no  sign of English mouth mbvements. The  room was very modern and well appointed with black leather- buttoned bed  ends and the outside hallways and doors  were likewise black leather. Each door  knob had a tiny light near it and .the  room number, otherwise the hall was  very subdued in illumination. The hotel*  lobby was large and beautifully designed.  Below the lobby were two more floors;  one was a shopping arcade with a great  variety of merchandise. The lowest floor  . housed specialty -dir.ihg rooms, steam  baths, beauty and barber shops. T  The unit of currency, in Japan is the  Yen; 360 equal $1.00. In moving from  country to country we had little difficulty with the . money because each  hotel and larger store provided us with  a quick money conversion table. If we  had foreign money left over when leaving  a country the airport had an exchange  office where we could change our money  to U.S. funds.  Imperial Japan descends from the  Emperor Jimmu,who reigned some 2600  years ago. Japan remained aloof from the  rest.of the .world for almost 1200 years.  It wasn't until. 1853 that Isolation was  broken, and modernization and westernization followed; rapidly transforming  Japan from a feudal state into modern  world  power.  During the balance of the 14th we  browsed around the arcade and took a  walk in the open part of the Emperor's  gardens. The palacc^is open to the public  on New Year's Day and the Emperor's  birthday. Some of the older Japanese  still believe that if they look upon the  Emperor they will be blinded by his  brilliance. Actually Hirohito likes people  .uul would mingle with them but for  restraint from high up Imperial officials.  The Emperor's sou, the Crown Prince,  wns at Expo 70 the day we attended nnd  wo honrd his speech on the loud speakers.  Tuesday the 15th we toured Tokyo,  the world's largest city���population  11,000,000. It is fascinatingly diverse nnd  throbs with industry and merchandising.  The Ginz�� Is the central shopping area,  with many large modern department  -store-,'an well as specialty shops. We left  the bus ��t Ginza for a little shopping. Wo  found the clerks in all tho stores most  helpful and could always find .someone  who spoke English, The main floor of  one huge department store, the Mit.su-  koshl, has quite n high ceiling, However,  on upper floors tho ceilings In some mens  are just 0 feet, ,'*o I had n stiff neck by  the time wo had spent an hour or so  there.  .September the 15th wiw n holiday  dedicated to the old people so lho Glnza  wns closed 16 all vehicles. The crowds  fiwnrmed nil over the wide street and  nidowall.il, There were even tables and  benches set up in the nlrcnt���quiio a  night, Wo decided to take a laxi buck to  tho hotel���what a wild rldo, I had a  curd with Jnpnneso directions on It which  aawp mi,    "rT*r-1--tf-1-ntTil>F^.aa_,.,|mu^,.aM  ._��.���. B,,,!,.,,., ���������, f*�� 'ni-.tfSjfrfe^  ..... ���by Ben Long  I^gave to the driver and away we went.  Driving in Tokyo as in Hong Kong is on  the left which compounde'd our "concern  _6r*-other" "cars and pedestrians. If there,  was half an inch to "spare between two  cars at a" stop light" tho taxi would  "ch'arg'e Into the hole as if there was an  acre to.spare! Some taxis have a solid  screen between driver-and passengers in  the rear so they don't have to- see all  ���the n__,ramisses ahead;  I forgot tb mention visiting the  Olympic Stadium and Swimming Pool.  I'm sorry I don't have the details about  the pool but it was big and the architecture most modern; no visible supports  in the building.  That night during dinner we were entertained by light operatic and classical  dancing. The costumes were magnificent.  All the Orient knows how to make the  most of bright colors and lighting.  September 16th we left by bus for  the railway depot to catch the 9:40 express "to NikkO. The electric train was  very clean and comfortable. Our ride  took us through parts of rural Japan  with fields of rice paddies, small farms  and villages; all very neat and tidy. Rice  is harvested twice yearly and a surplus  was expected for 1970. .The cutting is  done by hand and the bundles draped  over poles to dry. Rice, as the staple  food is giving way to wheat and fish to  meat. The average farmer has 2.5 acres  ahd can have a maximum of 7.4 acres.  If the Shinto God of Nature is good  and kind, he may have a yield -of 600  pounds of rice per acre.  After a 105 minute ride we arrived at  Nikko, the centre of a mountainous na-  tionalpark covering a vast area oi* scenic  beauty and .a tourist niecca for over 100  |f^lMl^)W^{i,,**Wi-ir >WW4*4r!^W>����tMm*^'.m���  F��H LOAN  SA��I_*.��S -Jin  IMSyilA&.GI1  Consult our  Secrotary Manager  Urn  Madeira Park - 803-2236  **i*-***a��'.**'*yi��a����.OT��w^  __a  a_wa  .i-F__.,aF_,A.;;a,.;W;iF..i.i  -G-tierous Gift*  Sechett" Ladies -Auxiliary to Royal  Canadian- Legion- Branch' 140* made  "a generdus donation of -$425-to Secholt and -District " Retarded< Children'*. Association:' Making the presentation last* week toSRCA: president Mr. Albert Lynn-are Mrs. Moira  Richter. ahd ��� L.A. president Mrs.  "Giadys Ritchie. Featufe'd in the background are tlie new -golden coloured  .drapes, also "a gift from Benner Bros.  Fdi-.iti.rCa "Sechelt, to tlie newblass-  rotim iu Gilistiiis.  years. The Toshogu Shrine and faiyuin  Mausoleum in the Nikkb Precincts are  gorgeous and luxuriant additions to this  area of beuaty. The famous Avenue of  Cryptomerias (Japanese Cedars) is almost  like some of the redwood highways of  California, on a smaller scale. Some of  the trees are over 1000 years old. One  area of trees was planted by the War  Lord Matsddaira ifl 1625 and offered to  the great Toshogu Shrine.  In the 17th century there was great  competition between Buddhist and Shinto  architects and artists combined with a  confusion in the differences of the two  beliefs. This all resulted in many of the  buildings representing both beliefs. Japanese architecture was at its prime at  this time. In one of the precincts we saw  the well-known three monkey carving:  "near no evil, speak no evil, see no evil".  The beauty of carvings, lacquer and  paint work is magnificent. We were told  that re-painting is dene every 20 years on  some structures, every 50 on others and  we saw. one beautiful ceiling -whiclr  hadn't been painted for 300 years and  it was as bright and clean as if just  completed.  . t  ' "''  Beyond "fJikko the road climbs 3000  feet on a thrilling hairpin driveway Consisting of 20 very short reverse turns and  we wore sure our bus \voiiict never hnvi-  eato fume of the bends. Unfortunately as  we climbed we came into the tog and our  view ol ��he beaut it ul lakes and waterfalls'  was spoiled. After our descent on another 2.1 hairpin driveway our bus took  us to the train and the return to our  hotel.  I'd like to interject -a few points and  thoughts about Japan and its people. The  political system is like that of England,  the constitution like Get many and the  Military like France.  Jokingly our guide said this about  marriage: "The girl wants three things:  her husb-uid-to-be, must have a car, a  house and? no mother-in-law." He said:  "I 'didn't qualify in any category but she  still married me." Y  Japan has no racial problem: one race  one-language.   ���  The written word of both Chinese and  Japanese i.s composed or the same characters; they can road each others writing  but can't understand each others speaking. Actually there are some 43,000 different letters, characters or meanings but  the government has chosen 1000 for daily  use.  In our country we speak of a piece of  ground as a lot or acre. In Japan their  unit of pioperty is the tsobu being l>  feet by 6 leDl. II a business man has 30  tsobus he has quite an estate which figures out at 1080 sq. ft., whereas our acre  is 40.000 sq. ft. Our own lot here in Sechelt i.s 1 acre -ahd would- provide 35  good sized family properties. Tlie Japanese room is measured in mats; a mat  being 3 feet by 6 feel. A house i.s 2 mats  or 3 mats etc.  Japanese babies when born have a  blue spot on their back called the Mongolian Spot. It disappears when ihe child is  about 3 or 4 years old. This proves that  the Japanese and Mongolians are of the  same racial origin.  We were especially impressed by the  cleanliness and ordcHiness csf Japan and  its people. The business frieri were very  well attired in da'rk shits, white shirts  and dark ties. The women .were well  dressed mostly in ���western style clothing,  although some wore kimonos and wooden  stilt shoes. The women are gradually  coming to the fbre in Jjipdrt _.iid mtidern  advertising and TV commercials show a  beautiful woman to draw attention, much  like bur owri advertising.  Next week will be my ilast chapter  including our flight from Tokyo to Hand-  lulu by Japan- Airlines, 747 Jumbb Jet;  360 passengers. Our week at Waikiki,  then. home.  'W"'*iV'fH'W'j|-'.|'lLa*M^ '.w^"***,!  I  ���;  wtim PLMS..  Rental or Rental Purchase Plan,  80% of Rental applied on Purchase.  1500 WAH to 5000 or  larger on request.  ENQUIRE At  5  885-2848 or 885-2151  Davis Bay; B.C.  i  ........... aaj-. ..- Va.F..J, F a .'. ���   .f .,..  .     aft -^  |  flwff"*"* 5������'i  ���^t��nwmw*4n,triP*wm'mi~1t��i ��f*ywi|*Ki**.i*-*!ij*-i*��jiWii|i *.  BROUGHT TO YOU BY THESE  PROGRESSIVE PLACES OF BUSINESS ,  -333  A Good Selection of  Popular COOKBOOKS  Sechelt 885-9654  ���>  Here's a wonderful flavour pick up for hot or cold ham plates���  or salad meats.  1 dozen large sweet red peppers  1 dozen largo greon poppers  1 dozen medium onions  4 clips whlte-wlne vinegar  1 cUri sugar  2 tablespoons pickling salt  1 tablespoon dry mustard  1 tablespoon celery seed  1 teaspoon mustard sepd  Wash and stem peppers; remove seeds and white membrane.  Peel onions. Put vegetables through meat grinder, using coarse blado.  Covor with boiling water, and let stand 5 minutes. Drain thoroughly.  Add remaining Ingredients, bring to boil reduce heat and simmer,  stirring several times, until vegetables are tender, about 10 minutes.  Pack In hot sterlllsted Jars, and scdl AAakfcs about 6 pints.  ���ffig^^  , Peniiisula Pfiyii&i  Ltd.  HEATING & SUPPLIES  ,   Your Kerhtone  Sherwin Williams  Paint Dealer  ^fhono 886-9533  Gibsons, B.C.  Where  Fashion is a byword  Smart Shoppers are  found at . . .  FASHION SHOIPPE  Gibsons, B.C. - Ph. 886-9941  T  TOYGOOIIS  CM!LDf*._W$ & 1WAMT&*  WEAf? .  LADIES' SPOUTS WEAR  Phono 806-9994  Sunnycrest Shopping Centre  AT YOUR POPULAR  LUMBER AND BUILDING  SUPPLIES  Serving The Sunshine Coast  885-2283 - Secholt, B.C.  v _ -_. '      *    ���-���*  ���._j~U -_|-Mi~ni~|-'ijurij-afi im* ii  *"y*ai>��*w*-%  ._   ,   >'  *.- *      J      ' V j  * ._ ***   '���H*- V  ^o^-v-> ���������*������'*/���''���������*  ~ <k",*mmm���'"l*m~^^ y^^^^i^j^  _^__  fl" UJ��_ii^a^niaiiia-iiaja.J_aB ...  ;r--,,��f,,j*r7   , ,"V, -   --s  : 4        F     J T    a.^*J    F7>^   ,   .    VI  ��� .JJ-      l      -,       aF,   ,   ,CJr!',       ,      ���    ,  ^,aa-^\^  ..���a-*  ���Ja'a-       A      ' ' **  I'/v"'      *"-  - a" %   .   >.*>   -i     i* v; .  ''fIV^A*-,^?'  *v>*-^ .oA ��  ���V'     -   ?*'   s*,     !'   "  *fc        * a' ^**a��*.  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I, .. ....  ** .ilaail^ilijlnn iifn..lnii.l..i',,iii,lii-,    ��� - Honorary Members      .'������������  rSrpH 33 iCIVb h0,nbued tvi�� yea^ago: Pictured with-Sechelt Kin- ber. of .he'ciub',for^kny years -and  }��? il ���^lberi lasLweeuk by mak- Pr6sident!Ron' IVIarshaU is Mr. Willie on the right "charter president of the  ab^SaSt^^ TakahasiU'whMvasadynamicmeni-   Club tf JnSS^"'"*  ���I-**������������>-   i���    up   hhi . i,���   * +*���!***���V  _^*  , ,_ 'a___a_a*M^. J   -r.*-F*��aar,-^^-. .   j        HZf^4.Z*.  ��� *   ��-�����*���-��� ���: v ' ���***"*��^i ��� I, *f*.*t'^  %"'..-?   *-.* - jt>-*--.7>^,  ,->/*-***.i��* : ,  ���w "i  -*-  ���  *'   V  1  i  p  I                         laf-      ��r��.ai>k-J||W  ��� ��y  A  !/  r4  '  Stifa,   it   ���*"  (I     'J'f   7   \i\>  *    '4  11 ' ��� '   I* * '      ~ ���'.In.,.. ,,   ..>...__  THE    HAGUE,    Netherlands���A saying  well-known to oven the moderately  cynical is that gratitude can not exist  between nations.  True cynics say, in fact, that gratitude does not exist between men. Gratitude,- they say, is a word- used to de;*;-  ciibe "a lively antlcpation of more favors  to come." Most men reject this dismal  appraisal ol human motives, but many  might accept the view that great agglomerations of humans, bundled into  nation states, do not have a true human  feeling toward other states and that all  such relations aie, purely selfish.  In the Netherlands, this Ls hard to  believe. People here do appear to remember that the Canadian troops were  the hbeiation army ot the last war for  the Dutch. Twenty rive years afterwaid,  the maple leaf on the lapel still pays  dividents  for Canadians.  I encountered this first when the Canadian ambassador gave a reception for  Canadian NATfc) Parliamentary delegates.  "You're not wearing your maple leaf,"  said the butler, when I entered the embassy. I apologized. He was a stern man,  as butlers tend to be.  The Ambassador's home itself represents, a token of Dutch affection for  Canada. It is one of the finest in the  Hague, set in ,a cluster of fine trees.  The German SS occupied it during the  war and the military governor of the  Netherlands made it his headquarters.  After the war. restored to elegance, it  was made the home for our ambassadors.  Thereafter, I have worn the maple  leaf in the streets of this fine and clean  little city, and been almost embarrassed  at times by the friendly response of Dutch  men and women whom I have never seen  before and doubtless will never sec again.  Ask directions? No trouble is too  great. The rare passer by who does not  understand English will stop another,  who can, and engage him in the hunt  for taxis, streetcars or whatever other  duections the visiting Canadian seeks.  Yesterday, I met the butler again. He  was at the door of the old Knight's Hall  in the Binnendorf, where the NATO As-  . sembly sessions are held. He is not a  Canadian after all. He is a Dutchman, on -  the staff of the Netherlands Parliament  building, who occasionally takes on embassy butlering work at night.  I showed him my credentials and this  time pulled open my coat to show the  maple leaf on the lapel. "I didn't forget it  today, I said. "Neither did I," he said.  He was wearing a maple leaf flag button on his formal black suit.  Recognition  m d.lmm |MI| tm J  IV-Gl-ULJIUIIUIl  Kinsmen Deputy   Governor   of the    Corso, pictured on the-,right visited " PoTltotlilial   '71   m-nrntc  Lower   Mainland   Zone, Pete   Del    the Sechelt Club last week wliep many    UeiUWilllc11    /JL S'*aHIS  the Sechelt Club last week wliep many  awards were presented. Now retired  frdiii Kin, Mr. Willie; T_.k_0i_ij_l__ re-  yards' wereP^^ loVfehlber 30  THE BAH'AIS BELIEVE: .,.__________ __  The Lovers of mankind, these are ceived a set of engraved book-ends    LAST reminder that the deadline,for ap-  th_- superior men of whatever nation awarded for outstanding service for        plications for Federal and Provincial  creed or rnlnr th^v mm/ h<_ ' K*n* Ha<nk Stroshein received recogni-    Centennial    grants   for   commemorative  ������,, I " V tion for one hundred per cent at-   projects i? November 3b, it is am.ouncec'  Phone 886-2078 or 885-2885. tendance. . " b.y L*_J: WaUacp, Geheral Chairman, Bri  |KHH��;.iIil.��HllilSlfhHtMlffl  _ __ VANCOUVER'S  '_*,,,:>,* ;*a ,*���   At      A?*A<*5t* *���   I  *-'.l*-|��, f % ,?   'jj',;1'*,.   , v.   -a* --\   , .-j  ij��V*V, - **    f   t _(f f   "ll ,1 t*** '   < ,i  Wf     -   ,-       -  ���'*''* t    *"      *   ' *     J....>7 eiJr.i^Sl  *��� ���-" '-*'���*     0,��Si^'  DAVID and LYN HANCOCK  present  PACIFIC WlLDEEIiSS  * Groot Grizzllas of Ala.ko.  * Cascading Glaciers.  * 6000 Pound Fighting Elophant S.ob.  * Art.azlng Sea Otters Return to B.C.  2 SHOWS:  Ponder Harbour Secondary, December 2nd  Elphinstone Secondary, December 3rd  . All Showings 8:00 p.m.  Adults $2.00 O.A.P. and Students $1.00  >'.J  ,    tish Ccrtitiribia Ceitteiihinl 71 Committee  Grants amount to one dollar per capita from thc Federal government matcher  by one dollar per capita from the Provincial i'bvenilnent.  , '.'More titan 180 appliciiUtiti. have been  received nnd considered so for," Mr. Wallace said, "There are 390 active Local  Committees planning project-, and application foi-h\s n)_:_t be received by the  Provincial CbinmHiee hot later lhah November 30, 1971,"  Grants go toward commemorative  projects of. n lnnting nature, approved by  the British Columbia Centennial '71 Com-  | mlttee. Mr. Wallace said' Local Committees must contribute nt (least fil) cents per  capita to obtain tho combined Federal-'  Provincial grant.  Mr. Wallace snld, "Ih tho past, Local  | Committees have contributed four times  the  mlnmum   rcqurcd  amount   and  the':  g , t     "���-   i��������a-i"   ai.-(|ur,.-u   nmoi  atm:|mtiiiiniiiiinii|iiuiiHiiiiiiniiiiiiiiinH thin time."  y0V***.**r.u*0*��� t���,,m���,mm.ml mm tM��� nymmmmHmmvm ���*���**��. *�����*_**. ������*������ mi mn �� �� ���*. mMUm^mmm, *����� i iwii-t-MW.____.Mii.---i i im   mm   ������_������ ���,��� ������ ��� 1���1 ���im ���������_.���_.__-._���_��� .���-���������������.. ��� , ��� ������  ,.,.,, ���_  T*~" *** ~" "  ���"  ,:"...'.���,..'..��� .,.ra.',����':-*^^^^^  .-_,,, .^a^,.  Wo IFmr TJte PflffiSTT Iffil  YO!SJ cean meake ffHnas ca  .v.  ji-L_L_ WJJg)lJi_yh_l %mi  ��M  G'me the FAMILY ��HF?  CAIBILE ��DSB��[M  ���Call COAST'CABLE VISICIW Today  (Please Order Early to Avoid Ihe Rush)  ��S5-2444 ��� ��� ��� '  ���  'nwimi.il mini  -cava.,.  o  ��� a...  O*  ��� a.,.  .Cat-V  ��� a...  'a_a-a*  a>..F.  o-  a.a...  *l*ai*al*  .....  **a5aT  .....  *a-*-T  o  o  ...��  o*  ��� a_a  a.a_.  .....  ��o*  o*  .....  ftlttOiOWItyO^ -fo  Kca_ag_s__^^  ".*_ai_--__*____^^^  ABANDONED   or   disused   refrigerators.  freezcis and ice boxes continue to  rake a toll of childien' lives despite the  appliance industry's efforts to protect  them from the dangers of suffocation  i .u��r r .number of years, all Canadian-  uuilt refrigerators and freezers have been  fequipped with a safety door that can be  ���quickly "pi^stire it-leased' from ihe ih-  slde. In addition, most of the 625,000 refrigerators an freezers sold this year  bear this warning sticker: "PROTECT  YOUR CHILDREN , . . when discarding  or storing -your old refrigerator or freezer .. . REMOVE THE DOOR".  Many householders, however, may not  realize the dangers Involved���and simply  move the old unit to the basement, back  porch, or cottage, intending perhaps to  find anoth.r use for it in the future A  few haul the old unit to a dump.  To children playing in any of these  areas, an old refrigerator or freezer is a  wonderful find-but it is potentially  deadly unless the door has been removed.  If removing thc door is not feasible,  householders arc urged to block the door  open permanently, or chain, it shut, in i\  way that children will not be able to  operate the door.  Parents riro urged to teach' their children the dangers of entrapment in any  airtight appliance that has been so constructed to preserve food. Most victlm.1-  range in ago from throo to six years and  probably don't even understand what  suffocation  means,  AU citizens nhould report to their  municipal authorities the local ion of an  obviously abandoned refrigerator wilh  its door in place.  The ongoing safety program la co-or-  dlnated by (ho Canndlnn Appliance Manufacturers Association, which represents  y.,J..M,n!!y.,��>������ manufucturers of major elec  trical appliances in Canada,  Readers' Right  Appreciation  Editor. The Times.  Sir: On behalf of the Sun.shine District Council of the Boy Scouts of Canada. I wish to thank you for the excellent coverage you gave our recent Scout  Dinner and Presentations. Tlie article accurately described the events of the evening and the pictures were lovely. Your  efforts on our behalf are sincerely appreciated.  NANCY L DOUGLAS (Mrs.)  Secretary  Clarification  Editor, The_Times,         _  Sir: As you. Icnow, we have been exploring the possibility of establishing an  aggregate business at McLean Bay in Sechelt Inlet. Apparently, there aie a number of misconceptions about tills, and  with your permission, we would like to  give an outline of the proposed project.  One of the interestests a community  has regarding a new development are the  parties involved. Our operation would be  a joint venture entered "into with the  owner of the property, an experienced  aggregate company and Rivtow Straits as  water transporters.  *** The owner of the property is a long  time Sechelt resident who has a personal  concern about its future. He has extensive and valuable property acljaceht to  the area ih question and .would not be  interested in seeing its potential reduced.  Further to that, his own home is located  close to the site.  The participating aggregate company  presently operates a gravel removal business within the limits of an interior city.  It is located next to a good residential  area. The relationship between the aggregate company and that community is  excellent. *  Rivtow and Straits are names .well  known on the B.C. Coast having been  engaged in water transportation for  many years.  Our proposed .venture would be of a  ���fi  ihe Ponlnstiltf Times Pago B-3  Wednesday, November 25, 1970  simple, clean and limited nature. It is our  intent to keep, it ks quiet and unobtrusive  as possible, "We would hot expect to corner the gravel market; rather to selectively produce certain types and grades  as predicted by the high quality of the  material and the rather .ong distance to  market. There will be no inconvenience  with large gravel trucks passing through  town as loading will be directly from the  pit to adjacent water and thence north  up Sechelt Inlet.  Contrary to the impression that is  being created, we have found that many  responsible gt-Otips at Sechelt endorse our  _ entry. ihto_the afea and believe it_ would,  be beneficial andti ctfeclit to the community.  tt ii also worthwhile to remind your  readers that the governmental agencies,  who approve and supervise such new developments, and these include the Federal Department of FisljeHes and the B.C.  Department of Mines, have strict regulations governing procedures that may  be employed. The days of harmful and  destructive practices are no longer tolerated.  If we were to proceed, it would be  our policy to do so as responsible corporate citizens of the community.  RIVTOW STRAITS LIMipJD  Per. D. F. GEMMELL  Special Projects Cp-ordinator  ,,*.  CALL C��_3 'SSi-il 135  For oil your Renovations,  Repairs and Cabinet Wolfe  r   ,    a     .        .'a'.  at* reasonable rates.  j#::-7'^;;-^��ggsr  (ffifta-r*^  **+^l'r*&****(lt0V~  ���h-tfU-A _.*._;_������  f i*y '*^**>T-ifww'wjWiibj*w*gw��  ���a ; a ^S^Mil?SPS^_  ��� d.i na-**u_a   a��l*iWi'���ri_^_--��^gWi'^ftn^iini*''-*.'ll  .LEGSOf*. HALL, SECHELT  *"*! '     -  SAT UU�� AY, NOVEMBER IBtSi  9 p.m. to 1 a.m.  Late Supper ��� Music by the Playboys  Tickets $2.50 each, available at Club or from Legion members.  *lC^la*-l!'^'"'*'Jj.V*>l '���* ".'���'l*-'^ *i'.a' ("J'J ��um   I.. i'.Hjiiiiin. '.ill..) ...in inui .jj u. k)M .Hiwai'j. .i ,... !"'.' ; a.nw m^i^ju,..H"W'W".. I"-"   J��.>i-j"HM".a..'~>"iUM>|i-'.la.  aaia*FtJa   , ,'H   .      ,-- -     a   A -.       , , a*     i    J a ^ . �� a F   a    J    f. .      .   a a, r        4.4 F _.     jT  \4ht$    1        F,.        4L.      > -. ,      -'a 2       a.. ^. a'.* V   a.       '     ,'   , *       F.^F, .      a        ^--      ^   a ^ - * *af ,- a, ^.JT  * A  \'7 *".  !-a,  7. f\i  ���   .r.ann.i  IEJE FORDIL  B.C.'s'Largest Ford Dealer  Sp@c��@9 Sunsliiitic S^rvic^  fa Save You Tim6 And Money  . .CAUL ;2@E-S4S1 COLtECf  Ask for   "ERNIE" COLCLIFFE  Tell Me What You Want:  ���--A New Car  ��� ��� A Used Car  ��� A Truck  I'll locate thc unit you want and prl'-a. range Finance arid  Delivery to Suit You.  Satisfaction ��uQif���iBiit��@d  IN FASHION  The decorated prlckleback at the  Vancouver Aquarium has head adornment.-, reminding ono of n woman's hat.  THIS IS k $5.00 SPOI!  (Less whon on contract)  Your advertising In this  spaco will reach nearly  2,500 harhoa (ovor 9,000  people) each week. It's tho  most economical way to  reach moro Sunshine Coast  people because Times ads  go Into moro homes than  , any other newspaper produced In this area.  IHE TIMES  PJiono 005.9(554  There's no uawdust on the floor now. No flickering gaslight.  No bellowing honky-tonk. Bui when a man calla for a real  Peor, ho still mean, tho isamo thIHg. Beer brewed ..low and  natural In tho honosMo.goodne.a Old Stylo way. Comln' up  ...thrt-o iriore ot Q.cM be���t-��elllritt beer. Old Styio Beer.  BEER  Slow bi-swod end naturally ogee!  Tii'�� ��<(/��ii"ii*-irt u -di ruiiiiin. m ekfbpi ��>_ un uvu C(_t-��i etut m ty u>i OMmiiKtiistntiiio.Umt.it  1  SPREAD  .ECKET  TOW(^?  AD-BRSEF.  885-9654  ��� Mr. Advortisoirj  Thcso advertising  ���paced aro real  bargains for you.  Sold on contract  mlf, For dfitaifa  on how to stretch  your advertising  dollar,, phono  685-9634, ask for  special ad rates.  "*��� l^*��l*^��^l^^ 0*,*,,JS. #%��>___Ha-t*>. 0 ,*  J* ' 1  ' I .  \ "  _ ���-_Jr**J**fLajT   "T ���-"���"** "*"*' ���"1*~"U ~^~I'I      K>     lt~t7~ff'~>J~' *'*'<>' <*'~l'^'>f~*^'f~*~~''''''"~*'~~ >'"'''"   *"-*       "^*|"      ***     *"!"*'*""' "I'* "      ���*������*".       I|*1I|J.|I_|I   lulWj-   JT     _>*     *��"���������-�� �� *->���**��� -* .<***�� ���I*���-   ������[���-���   | ������*.���-    ���-������-���������    t  -���      �����-   ���a,   -    -J-^J-I^.,���|. ..,..���        ������      ��� -I ...-af���.. ���_���������_._���     ^ ���_.  'HV^^'V��W^*Y"K'V^***^  I  E;._ra vigilance......  o       ���  e@i  slated December 1st- 7th  WHEN was the last time you thought,  really thought, about highway safety.  Of course, everybody is in favour  of safer roads, fewer accidents and careful driving habits. After all, who wants  to get into an accident or maybe even  killed?  Highways and streets of British Columbia are no place for relaxation or  fun and games. Driving a truck or a  bus is a demanding job. And so is driving  a car properly. The highway is a means  of moving people and goods, whether by  truck, bus or car, and the problems and  ^dangers faced by drivers of_each _type_  of vehicle are the" same.  The trouble is too many motorists  think the highway is a road lo adventure  and that their vehicle is a means of self-  expression. They think that sitting behind the wheel of an over powered vehicle  with "racing-options" makes them "gentlemen" Grand Prix drivers.  The driver who bends rules "just a  little'"���who usually gets by with poor  driving���or is too busy to be bothered  by safety, is the one we are concerned  t-\:aJU-��_-^.|.'Biiifw******rHi  I holoarapher  rt  - hf"^-" '  ���"���"-'  "'"'���'       '     lJ"  , -.  4i  *                -a*"  J-               _.  t  . :r $  '77",     ;7'  t^      *                 <���    "       Jt  j,                         '  ^                                            *  -  a    *v  -*���>*._       ntl.     *  "V      v'  i "  *"''  V  A  t ��>  ".   -  ; ;���:,"���  * * '  u  r-, a  a,                       -.f��  .   ���  /-���a*     0  -1-.''.  ^�� ���** ^  A A  >  *       a-       "*_���  *S��aJ  7 *.  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No doubt he will be. the loudest  complainer about traffic conditions and  his accidents will always be the other  persons fault  In less  than  2  seconds,  an  accident  could completely change the  course of  our life. Here is a timetable of a typical  collision course:  V& sec. frantic reaction and violent brake  application  Vt sec. panic, driver and passengers  *,. sec. impact of vehicles  Vi sec. destruction of vehicles and violent  motion of driver and pa'ssengers.  . __These_are_the ^colcL facts _o��-such an-  accident. What can you do about preventing  such   an  accident?   Maybe   nothing  more than what you  have been doing  right  along,   if   you   practice   defensive  driving habits.  It's a fact: In North America as a  whole, traffic deaths add up the equivalent of the Titanic disaster every nine  days.  The Canada Safety Council urges all  Canadians concerned about the^ tragically  high toll taken by traffic accidents to  support Safe Driving week.  This campaign is aimed at reducing  traffic accidents during Safe Driving  Week, and every week by focusing national and community attention on the  magnitude of this serious social problem  and how it can be cured.  All motorists can support Safe Driving  week by driving defensively based on thc  principles of "recognizing the hazard,  understand the defence and act in time".  The.goal of reducing the traffic accident  toll significantly depends entirely on the  personal contribution of all motorists and  pedestrians.  May we count on your support?  mmmmmmmmmmmmmm^tMM^Mmmif^^  ���  SPAftiiLE CEILINGS  ��OR tHmSlMAB  If your gyproclc filling  hos been bod.  let mo fill it* and spray it A Good Job  Guaranteed.        _____  Call for frco csHmotcs.  Jobs, largo or small aceoptcd.  !  berts  reek Drreall  Tel: 886-7193  r��i��^����m  Sechelt Bowling  ���  ���by Eve Moscrip  OUTSTANDING score of last week went  to Dave Crowell of the Pender Harbour League with a high of 932. Other  highs were bowled by Cauleen McQuaig  with 797 and Charlie Humm with 753,  both of the Sechelt Commercials.  Other scores  were:  Mixed 10 Pin: Gordon McCourt 350,  Brian Worth 184. Diane Kecley t^SO),  Mary Dumaresq 267, Albert Thompson  1.9.  Tuesday Ladies: Norma Radymski 254  (G82. Shirley Bearnley 263.  Ladies Matinee: Doris Bond 307, 351  (712). Hazel Skytte 250 (693).  Pender Harbour League: Dave Crowell 403, 312. 217 (932), Bill Cross 290 (668),  - Ron -Pockrant-282-(627).   SechoH Commercials: Charlie Humm  302 (753). Fern Taylor 274, Pearl MacKenzie 259 Cauleen McQuaig 303 (797),  Roger HockneH  (758).  Ball & Chain: Eve Worthington (614),  George Derby (697). Carl Kohuch 281  (679), Turner Berry (638), Pclle Poulson  309 (736).  Juniors: Craig Rodway 163 (298), Lorri  Nestman 158 (256).  Seniors: Cindy Steel 193 (434), Sam  Casey 231  (446).  Safe motoring  MOTHERS who  drive  family   cars  are  risking the lives of hundreds of children, says a motoring doctor, "because  they will not give their youngsters a  belting".  The children, says Dr. Keith Jolles,  should be seat-belted safely into the rear  seats but instead mothers allow them to  stind in the front seat with noses pressed against the windshield.  According to the Public Service Division of British Leyland Motors Canada  Limited the driving mothers are making  a ghastly mistake because a child standing  with its nose glued to the glass is simply  an accident looking for somewhere to  happen as one sharp dab on the brakds  and smash goes tender head against tough  glass.  In a survey on accident prevention  60 cars carrying young children were  stopped at random. Most of the drivers  were women and most of the children  were in the front seats and not one child  was wearing any sort of restraining device.  Mothers are making a costly mistake  in .not seat-belting the children even .on  Pago B-4 Tho Ponlnsula Times  Wednesday, November 25, 1970*  Full lengfli cartoon  fealured at Sechelt  CHARLIE Brown and all your favorite  characters in the well-known comic  strip hit the screen in a blaze of color  this week at lhc Sechelt Thcatie on the  waterfront.  This full length cartoon foature titled  "A Boy Named Charlie Brown" has general audience appeal, but i.s best entertainment- for children, of all ages. There  will be a special matinee on Saturday  and will be running on Friday, Saturday-and Monday-evenings.        -    -   -  Follow the suave Charlie Brown ap  he takes part in all his favorite intellectual activities such as playing base;  ball, chasing Snoopy, watching Linus, etc.  But above all marvel at his profound  philosophies on life and baseball.  ;fc.V  Safe Driving Week  Local RCMP are to be extra vigilant  during Safe Driving Week December  1st to 7th and point out that accidents  such as this are unnecessary. Far too  many lives are Tost annually in motor  vehile and in almost eve,ry case need  not have happened if all involved had  observed the rules of the road. Cooperation of all drivers is sought in  order that the accident rate be cut  down to a minimum.  those quick trips to the supermarket or    |  corner  store as most accidents happen  within close proximity to home.  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