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 '' v W? 7*'y��l' <7^7^^f/7[i^��4-Hr7',  W7i|��  >yy,^iy>ys  COfeaOMWSALTH MICROFILM    .    ,  ,204  West 6th  Ave.  VAMCO'JVfcR,   B.C.  Coffip., y  2nd Class Mali  Registration No. 1142  p.    f  "J"i '        j        , J      . '7',     . '* ' , y '     a   1�� ���. '''7 J'-p'Vp'Y     '-      '    ��� *��� '       ' * '      "       '���    f'~'       ''a / \- ' \  , Serving the Sunshine Coast, (Howe Sound to Jervis Inlet), including Port AAellon, Hopkins Landing, Granthams Landing/Gibsons, Roberts Creek,  ' Wilson Creek, Selmo Pork,'Sechelt, Ha)fmoon Bay, Secret Cove, Pender Hrb.v Madeira Pprk^Garden Bafy Irvine's Landing, Earl Cove;' Egmont  ''  LARGEST CIRCULATION OF ANY PAPER ON THE SOUTHERN SUNSHINE COAST.  >',  .   Volume 11, No. S  f p   ��  y. t' iy f'y :~  ' -i  1  ' i. Union ��^-S?>"  Label     7  This Issue 14 Pages ���15c  Wednesday, November 20,1974  7>y  '���>   ,^i<  '"y *~4.      -J y   ��� < r   1  1 ,     a.   ,!.<��� ' /   ��    '. _.  '4y{?'��  a       I  ^     1  Results from the Sechelt Village, school     of the two aldermen.     *..' 7- , out, this year it was about five times the       7 There will also be a recount in the BOX SCORE " [���    SCHOOL BOARD AREA A  board and regional district elections are in    >    In the village school board seat, Maureen     normal turn-out. . ���'���7.7-"   ;<        regional district voting of Area D (Roberts ,      The breakdown of voting in the elections Prescesky      i       12  104 74  65  15  270  and analysts are still looking for patterns.     Clayton polled a healthy margin over her        Returning officer Joani Itigby, said the    Oeek) in that voting Jim Ironside appears to    is as follows. Those candidates who appear to Murphy ^      4   66 81 89  12 252  The November 16 elections saw just about     nearest   rival   incumbent   Terry   Booth. - area normally has a turnout of about 25 to 30     be the winner over Harry Almond by a 96 to    be elected at the end of the first ballot count FrizzeU 15,54 80  78  19  246  every election possibility exploited from'1 Clayton had 78 votes, Booth 54. -     .    7,    voters. This year she delivered 75 ballots to     89 vote count.*,        ^    7   , <      are in the dark type.      *  -     y     ' \ Egmont  Madeira "Halfmoon  W." Seehelt  SECHELT ALDERMANIC <��� Garden B. Total 7  Leitner 96 REGIONAL DISTRICT A  u��o^K��i����r. i����^��,i���� ���w<����, ���~. ewu     Shnttleworttt. < 94 Halfmoon W. Sechelt Total  mild interest. . ..,,,.   ,79 votes,    y     y    . _;(    7     ( three-way race. , " ;(   ' S^li?^ Osborne 79 Hoemberg 103..90..193  Seat of voter apathy seemed to be Sechelt The voting per centage for the school      ', The" results a were soTdose that Tim   ' SJrr      t 7'   aecneu-tianmoon SECHELT SCHOOL BOARD Hensch 24  61    85  iriUage where 39.1 per. cent of the possibly   board seat in Rural Area A wasvery high. A     Frizzell (246 votes) is asking for a recount. , aay,)} ,y j 7    . Clayton    ,   - 78 REGIONAL DISTRICT D   - --     ' -        ------ ...... M ifongide 'gg  . 12 Almond 89  village where 39.1 per cent of the possible     board seat in Rural Area A was very high. A     Frizzell (246 votes) is asking for a recount. ���> ���*~w'/,' ,'f ��     < Clayton  voters turned out at the polling station. The'   good example of this was the Halfinoon Bay     Pat Murphy polled 252 * votes and; Peter \       Jn that race, Hoemberg polled 193 votes to    Booth  percentage was a little better in the election-   area^Norinally an area of small yoterturh-    Prescesky pulled 270 votes.      y    >   '        -Hensch's $>. , ,     ", y     Owen  /yy>  t t,���' 7^y "uk   ' * -y - ' r'1'-  . V ,,.  , - -    ' n       r _r" i  Dark horse Frank Leitner topped the poll  - in the Sechelt aldermanic race to pull off one  of the surprises of the election, .  He ousted " two-term incumbent Ted  Osborne from one of the two seats available  on council.   ���  Leitner, the meat manager at a local  supermarket, has lived in the village for  eight years. .  . He told The Times he would reserve  r Comment on his objectives on council until he  officially takes office at the beginning of the  new year. -  "I would like to thank each and everyone  who supported me,? he said. . * '  Construction of a collective sewage  system for downtown Sechelt is seen by reelected alderman Dennis Shuttleworth as one  of the main priorities of council in the coming  jtears.       '   "      '  ^   w7 ���  He successfully defended his seat against  newcomer Frank Leitner, who edged out Ted  Osborne, an aldermanic colleague of Shut-  tleworth's for the past two years,  Personally, "I would like to see the arboretum go thrdtigh," he told The Times.  ,. An arboretum on the coast has been one of  the alderman's pet projects for the past year.  , *Rfe^f&rfesee? /a.,;haiionally;,ot^5 feveh  in-   '  v sis being of great potential value to Sechelt.  1    �����      *   aa,       (    f J     I I' .  MAUREEN CLAYTON  .. .ladies first  Peter Hoemberg's victory oVer Erich-  Hensch for the regional district seat in area?  B was the largest margin of any of the voting.  Hoemberg led Hensch by nearly ilO Votes in  the area. ,  Theday after the election, Hoemberg was  commenting on the previous evening. ��� "' '<  - "It's,a good thing we had an election,"!  Hoemberg said,. "I hope the days when the  decisions were made by acclamation are  over. The issues now are too important for  that. I believe an election produces a better  individual in the seat.      , -       , '  He added, "People are how interested in <  regional government and they are interested  in keeping tabs on what is happening."    "  Hoemberg said he was surprised by the <  majority he received from the electorate. /'I'  had expected a closer race," he said.    <' |"  "I am certainly, looking forward/tq^  maintaining a close contact with the people?  and I hope they will stay in touch with me. 1  PETER HOEMBERG  .,. big-majority  would like to see the lines of communication  stay open. We have several problems facing  us and these problems can best be handled at  the early stages. ,  . "I certainly want to thank everyone who  worked hard to bring this about. This is going  to'T'be an. exciting  merit "7' . ',yy'  year   in   govern-  r  \       , h l...  FRANK LEITNER  . ..topspoll  i  fS " ',,  scliool vote  *  i  ) Sechelt homemaker Maureen Clayton told  The Times she will press for the early construction of a full-sized gymnasium at  Sechelt Elementary School when she takes  office in January as the village representative on the school board.  In the Nov. 16 election, this newcomer to  local politics gained a sizable majority over  the other two contenders, incumbent Terry  Booth and first-time! candidate Derwyn  Owen. She pulled a total of 78 votes out of the  149 ballots cast. ,  "I would like to thank the, people who  voted for me," she said. "I hope to bo a line of  communication between tho school board  and the public:" , 7'  The wife of Sechelt businessman John  Clayton, Mrs. Clayton has had experience as  the secretary-treasurer of a parentteacher  association and was involved in the  education of mentally retarded children.  Sho .has three children, two of them attending Sechelt Elementary Sohool and the  third a student at Elphinstone Secondary  School.  Tim Frizzell is asking fors a recount in  school board area A.  At the end of the first night's counting  Frizzell, vying for a seat against incumbents  Pat MurpUy and Peter Prescesky came out  with only six votes- less than Murphy.  Sunday,'morning, Frizzell said he was  asking for ^recount because the results were  so close. The'recount is expected today.  The final7count saw Prescesky, with 270,  Murphy with 252 and Frizzell with 246 for the  two seats open for two year terms.  There were five polling areas in that  voting which covered West Sechelt to  Egmont.  Commenting on the victory, Peter  Prescesky said he felt,, "very good," he  added, "I would like to thank the people who  supported me and I would also like to  congratulate Mr: Murphy on his apparent  win and Mr. Frizzell on his strong showing in  his first attempt at getting on the board."  The new school board takes office at the  beginning of 1975.  ' Pat Murphy said Sunday, "The official  recount isn't until "Wednesday, but I feel  confident about the outcome. The high voter  turn-out shows there is more concern by the  people'. I think it is important because in this  election residents, not homeowners were  ^oing"the^oti^i4fier&^  interest; everyone was concerned With this )  election. /  "hi recent years there has been much";  apathy and many candidates went in by  acclamation.  This  year  there  was' an  election and I hope next year there will be'''  even more candidates," Murphy said. >  He added, "I'll do my best for the next two  years. I feel I am able to contribute more  now.  PETER PRESCESKY  ^       ...tops poll    .  y <- >' 'i c- i :yx  >'!  PATMURPHY  ... confident  SNIPPING THE RIBBON to open the ceremonies. MP Jack Pearsall and  arena's first ice arena on Sunday was arena  association president  Gordon  Sechelt Mayor Harold Nelson, right; and Dixon teamed to cut the other ribbon.  MLA Dpn Lockstead. The r,ibbon cutting The building lease was signed at the  DENNIS SHUTTLEWORTH  7.. rc-clectcd  DoTinspector  to speak on  fransporfcifioB,  Socholt and District Chamber of Commerce oro having special speakers nt'tholr  November ��7 meeting;  Inspector T. Grcon of tlio Pcparhnohtot  Transport will bo one of tho special speakers  at tho mooting.  Tho other la It, ChrJatophcr of Peninsula  . Transport, ^y  Tlio twCwHJ be discussing transportation  problems on the Sunshine Const, Tho  jnccilng will be hold In tho Sechelt Inn at 7; 30  . ' P.m. ' ' .:' I  Although that is tho night of tho regularly  scheduled chamber meeting; n spokesman  sold tlio meeting wus open to all persons who  nro Interested In transportation in this arca,  i In n statement of community goals  adopted at Its last meeting, tlio roglonal  board pledged Itself to "maintain and  enhance the livability of tho region.u,^,^,,,^.  Features of the aroa which tlio board felt,  should bo maintained Included!-   ���the  sight of and access to natural surroundings  throughout tho region.  ��� a peaceful, rural atmosphere.  ��� a friendly, personally oriented com-  ���munity,';'.  ~a clean;environment,'  "To enhance tlio livability of Uio region, It  is Intended to'achieve certain conditions In  tho area, " directors agreed.  Thoy pinpointed these "dcstroblo conditions" as; j  "Tho adequate supply of utilities and  services to developed area,  -������Moderationin local service taxation, -  "An Increase in community facilities,  provided that tho Increase docs not conflict  with other regional goals."  , To iwst nchiovo theso goals, tho board  agreed that the growth of tho region should  ' be carefully controlled and that future  planning should provldo for Adequate space  for Industrial and commercial ocUvltlesi  , which supply good.v and services to local  residents.  On tho motion of director Norm Watson,  tho board adopted thoso alms as policy.  actually  opening ceremony.  Times photo  It took two snips and tho Sunshlno Coast  Ice arena was officially open,  MP Jack Pearsall, MLA Don Lockstead,  Secholt Mayor Bon Lang ond aroha  association president Gordon Dixon teamed  with two.polrs of scissors to cut Uio official  ribbons at tho arena Sunday afternoon, ,  ' MLA i/ockstond pns.4cd along tlio regrets  of Hon, James Lorimer, Hon. Jack Radford  and Hon, Alan Williams who wcro unable to  attend tho arena opening.  ,���,It was noted that thooftlcnl opening of Uio  arena was taking place exactly a year after  the village of Sechelt and the Sunshlno Coast  Recreation Association joined forces to got  tho arena built,.  ,7���Art,McGinnis,.head,of .Nlmklsh Construction who constructed the building,  turned Uio building over to Mayor Harold  Nelson of Sechelt who In turn passed It to Uio  recreation association, TI��o lease was officially signed nt tho ceremony.  Tlio speakers had kind words for ti\o  many Individuals, groups and organizations  who donated tlmo, money, materials and  labor to the project. Recreation association  president Gordon Dixon said he hoped  evcryonq who took part in the construction of  Uio arena would como back to watch'Uie  events there, "and see what Uiclr coh-  trlbutton provided."  ' Thero were greetings from Mayor Larry  labonte of Gibsons, Chief Henry Paull pf tho  Sechelt Indian Bond, Frank West of Uio  regional board and Agnes Labonte of tho  school board,  .^ .President. Dixon noted, Uio response for  volunteer labor had bcon overwhelming, Ho  complimented the Sunshine Const on Its  community spirit In tho construction of the  steel span building, but noted that tho  building wns already too small to meot the  domnnd for Ice tlmo.  Ono Utird of tho cost of Uio building came  from jtho provincial government wltii a  federal ��� 'winter works' program supplying  tho finances for tho labor,  ���'Without Uiclr help," Dixon noted, "wo  would all still' bo waiting for Trout I^nko to  freeze over.". ��  Population of the Sunshine Coast Regional  District will increase by approximately 25  per cent over the next year, according to  regional planner Adrian Stott.  He bases his prediction on the number of  subdivision applications processed by the  district in the past three months,  "If the observed lot creation rate continues throughout the next year, and there is  np reason to assume Uiat It will not, the  regional district is potentially Increasing Its  population by about 3,384 people per year/'  said Stott In a report to the board.  In August, September and October, a total  of 202 subdivision applications were  processed by tho district, said tho planner,  On thp assumption Uiat each lot would  havo at least one house bullion It and that Uio  average Canadian household size, is ap^  proximately 3.9 people, "a figure of four  pooplo per lot could bo justified becauso '>  "some of the now lots will supprt two houses;"  but two Is used 7,, nq a minimum figure,"  said Stott.  The locations of tho new lots 'presented  potential problems, he felt,,       7  "Approximately 30 per cent of,tho new  lots nro.In areas whoro piped water Is not  now available. The existence on those lots  will tend to cause future pressures for expensive expansion of water systems,"    r  Because of this and otiicr consequcnces'of  rapid subdivision, Stott suggested that Uio  location of now subdivisions "should bo a  matter of concern to the regional district,"  The Sechelt Peninsula from Halfmoon  Bay north can expect a power outage Sunday  morning.  B.C. Hydro manager Erich Hensch said'  the power outage would be from 8 a.m. to  noon approximately November 24. The area ,  affected, he Said, would be, "Egmont, Earls  Cove including all of Pender Harbour to the  Shell Station at Halfmoon Bay." ���  Hensch explained, "This outage Is  necessary to permit B.C, Hydro staff to increase tho capacity of tlie Pender Harbour  substation,"  TIDES FOR TP WEtK  �� Novombor 20 to November"���26-  of Point Atkinson  ���- Hot to bo uwd for navigation "-���  207'  0245  5,3  23":  0030  10,1  Wb  1038  15.0  SA  0515  p 0,5  ���7.'  1730  9.0  1220  14,3  2100  10,5  ,1950  7,1  21  0330  6,4  24  0205  10.0  TH  1110  14.7  SU  0625  9.4  '  1035  9.0  1255  14.2  2225  10.0,  2020  6.0  22  0420  7,5  n  Q310  11,7  FR  ,11,43,  , 14.5  MO  0735  10,2  1915  0.0  1330  2050  14,1  ,5,0  26       0405  TM   ,  0035  , 1405  ,    2130  ll7  10,7  14,1  3,9  Pender Harbour . Secondary School  students soon will bo able to smoke on Uio  grounds wlUj tho blessing of Uio school board,  Until recently, students who had Uiclr  parents', permission wcro,allowed to smoke  In an area of bush outside tlio school grounds,  . But, according to principal Al Thompon,  somo were also drinking liquor and smoking  marijuana.  As n solution Uio school board agreed to  set abldo a smoking aroa'near tho school  whoro Uio students could bo better policed,  SPEC1I  1967 model 95 HP E.S.S. Robullt  bottom ond.  MERCURY OUTBOARD  SALES fl, SERVICE  >x^_.-i;,���"��,iiii'��ir��",v. i.:1.. ,ijti.,!i:v i.m����^i'-,iiii'i.i,.;  MERCURYLAND  SECHELT 003.9626  T  T i. y  X  '���>...   At  yy Mm  V^-y^'< ' . **"  ,*fc  tf'  ���rt.  > rj ���   ��  r��  i ���v #������������..'-��������� ,^$a  *':*' i*JH. ������ ���-.-" -.   .��:.?! JV-'V-  ���   ������   a   f. j��   , , t*:.*', .'I  ���       ���*7 $5 '   .:���*���+���::��� ~.M;'," 4  'a' .;   .'J   *"  .'        ,      a   - ��   "4 **T_f '{  ' '    -.",t��-..;-    _..'  . -. -���//*'������  sfV  I ft.M  ���a* .S" "a  V���  V  \*-l^  r ������  l   J&J&  a  WINNERS of class C competition at * last week were, from left,  Wayne    Garth   Combs.    Curling   committee  Sunshine Coast arena's mini bonspiel    Brackett, Derrick Nelson ancl Jill and    member Dave Ashton presented award.  LOCAL CURLERS took top honors in > Dall, Susan McKitrick, Bill Cooper and Curling Club carried off class B honors  last week's mini bonspiel at new Sun- Herb Mitchell. Presenting award is at first bonspiel last week. Winning  shine Coast arena near Sechelt, Winning Dave Ashton, a member ofcthe arena's curlers were Roy and Martha Hayashi  class A team comprised, from left, Tom curling committee. Rink from Hope and Pete and Sylvia Jackson.  Page A-2 The Peninsula Times  Wednesday, November 20,1974  MIIMMtlM.IMMMMWIIWWWMMMWWWJWWMllWMIIMWWWMMWMWM'M  -**. i fp h  A  series  of  workshops  on  learning is easily distracted. ~    '  disabilities is being offered locally. The        He   may   have   poor   hand-eye   co-  series, starting in the second week of ordination, some speech impairment, and  January, is being organized by the Centre for laterality problems, which means that he has  ' Continuing Education. trouble with left-right distinction.  One of the pamphlets given out by The        He may be extremely active, high-strung.  '  Vancouver Association for Children with over-sensitive, easily frustrated and im-  Learning Disabilities   tells how to recognize pulsive. Or he may be just the opposite.:  the child with learning disabilities: under-active and even-tempered.  "Who is he? He is a child who 'can't seem        He maynot have all of these signs. Each  to learn' in school despite the fact he has child is different; but many of these signs are  -" apparently average or better intelligence, observed in the child.  "'���- normal vision and hearing, and a happy        The purpose of the workshops is to learn  i- secure   home.   He   may   be   impulsive, to    understand   the    specific    learning  v hyperactive,     easily     frustrated     and disabilities and how to deal with them in a  -- distractible; or he may be passive, lethargic rational way.  TOTEM CLUES  Halfmoon Bay Happenings  and unmotivated.  Jf   "Because he is an intelligent child he soon  'i'i realizes that he is different; this can lead to ���  ���" emotional    problems,    frustration    and  discipline problems. He is a perceptually  disabled child who does not receive and  evaluate the messages of his sensory organs  in the normal way, even though these organs  may be unimpaired. As an example, he may  see the word 'saw' as 'was'. Reversing  words, letters or numbers may indicate a  problem inr visual perception.  How is the child recognized? The nature  of his handicap may not be readily apparent >  at all and so he may be labelled as immature,  a slow learner, lazy, a trouble maker,  emotionally disturbed, retarded, or by other  terms which do not even come close to  describing his condition. The early  LOCAL ALL-ROUND sportsman Jim recognition of the child is very important, as  Gray shows his prowess with the puck at Ije requires special management at home  Sunshine Coast arena. Gray taught    and in school, if he Is to develop to his highest  HilSl  John Hall  Thursday's film show at the Welcome confronted with a Cooper's Green defaced    struction.  Beach Hall at 7.30 p.m. will be on the Middle and   polluted   by   intense   commercial  East and Far East and will afford glimpses development.  of India, the Himalayas, Hongkong and Fiji.        Arrived in Halfmoon Bay last week are  Everybody welcome. , Mr. and Mrs. Bob Wlckwlre with Jud and  Tickets for the Christmas dinner of the Cynthia, after closing up their fishing camp  Welcome Beach Community Association on on the Stiklne River. They plan to spend the  December 14 are now available from Mrs. winter in a cottago at Secret Cove near the  Wm. Fraser, 885-2103, Members who have Mercers.  not yet obralncd their tickets are urged to       If you are wondering where all the local  , advise Mrs, Fraser If Uiey plan to attend the children are disappearing to these ovenlngs,  .   dlnnei*. you might be interested to hear that they are  SHOPPERSBUS / having Uie time of thclr.young lives skating  A few passengers of the Redrooffs Road ��� at the arena. Some of the families seen there  , took advantage of tho shoppers'! bus last last week were the Pat Murphys, Uio Frank  Thursday which offers a service greatly . Jorgensons, tho Dave parish family and the  appreciated by residents without cars and Bob Trousdolls. Rumour has it that the  those no longer able to drive. Trousdells spent every evening last week nt  ...Tlio'bus Journey through die Redrooffs the Arena. Billy Trousdell and several other  Road, then by Highway 101, Mason and local boys havo signed up for hockey,  Nor'West' Bay Roads proved a happy social v  ...y 0qCa3ion,��Typlcal*o^ tiio-comaradeH^  bus was a delightful, speech of welcome by ^*^j    , . ��� 1  '.K  ��� Tlio ride gave passengers an 6pportunlty _       '    '  to see tho extensive development going on TL*. ����� m 1 >g*mi��������� 7 .-���. ����. g*.  boUi on the Redrooffs Road and in West MJ W J.U. W   .t��.y tr  Socholt where some flno now homes havo *  . ^  been built over tho' past few years, On tho        The regional district Is again considering  Redrooffs Road, liouscsfaro popping up like the adoption of fl firearms bylaw for the area.'  mushrooms onf tho  MacMillan  Bloedel        Directors agreed  to   Investigate  Uio  subdivision and a number, of families have feasibility of a firearms control following a  settled In Wolcomo Woods, along Sonthwood request from tho Area B Ratepayers'  nnd down Into Eurokn, Your correspondent Association for n ban on hunting between  , recalls that In 1057, only 17 years ago, when Highway 101 and Georgia Street in Halfmoon  tho first Redrooffs Centennial Committee Bay,      '  wns formed, thoro were only 78 permanent        Tlio area "Is becoming very populated  residents living along tho Redrooffs Road. It and dangerous for rlflo uso," said association  by Mnnr TinEtknl    rudiments of hockey to around 100 girls ;   potential."  who turned out for minor hockey in-        The cha  The characteristics of a child with learning disabilities are:  He has average. or above average Intelligence.  He has definite learning disabilities ���  generally in reading, arithmetic, spelling or  writing,  He has co-ordination.problems. He may  be clumsyj awkward, or have difficulty  writing or drawing, '  He has a short attention span, is unable to  concentrate on one activity for very long, and  An exciting new adventure in cooking.'The amdzing  "JENN~AIR" Range and Char-flavor Grilll Fully  operating in our showroom for live demonstrations.  O COMPLETE RESIDENTIAL AND COMMERCIAL PLOORCOVERING  SERVICE  �� CUSTOM AAADE DRAPES FROM FAMOUS CANADIAN MILLS  0  FREEiN-THE-HOME ESTIMATING AND SELECTION SERVICE  SERVING THE ENTIRE SUNSHINE: COAST  Showroom Hours: 9:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m., Tuesday to Saturday.  Opposite new Regional District Offices  WHARF ROAD - SECHELT       PHONE: 885-2922  il  APPARENT WINNER in tho Sunshlno  Coast Regional District race: In Area D  is Jim Ironside, Ho polled 90 votes to  Horry Almond's 09, A recount Is ox*  wns the 00 cents grant per head for those 7S   -secretary Ed Milton In a lettertottie board, r-pectcdlnt^  nAKmnnnnt .���nol/l/mtn   illvlnrl  n  rftannt tnlnl Tlin nonrt (V��P flrfinrmfl lniflflllltlnn WJ1H flrflt I- L_���i.  1_  11 i.  ~   permanent residents ~ giving a grant total The need for firearms legislation was f Jrst  of $45 - which provided tho Inspiration for raised by B,C, Hydro, which pressed for a  the building of Uio Wolcomo Bench Hall, bylaw to prohibit tho discharge of1 firearms  ,  Strange ns It may seem, lt Is Just at n tlmo within two miles of Clohom whoro B.C,  when so much development Is proceeding Tllydro has an installation,-- -   ���.������.^m^  and when. tho need for beach access is , ., Jllio board dropped active consideration  becoming moro and moro n vital necessity, of Uio request on advice from Its solicitor,  Uint It seems Cooper's Green Is to bo lost to But, following tho letter from area B  the public forever, Rd, Cuyllts, former ratepayers, directors agreed on tho need for  regional district planner nnd his wife Anna furthbr confederation of tlio problom,   >  havo written from Ontario to okpress Uiolr Regional plnnnor Adrian Stott has written  concern and certainly those, of us who Hvo for copies of firearms control bylaws adopted  hcrolmd bettor got concerned boforowo Hro by other B.C, communities.  incumbent in thnt race.  ^tever quit   ^7  ELECTRIC POWER WILL BE INTERRUPTED AS FALLOWS:  ,���.,.������.,.���.),..,,.: ,1,.,..,.._.  SUNDAY ��� November 24,1974 from 8:00 a.m. to 12:00 noon approximately,  affecting areas Egmont/Earls Cove, inducting all of Pender Harbour to  Shell Service Station at Halfmoon Bay,  This outage is necessary to permit B.C. Hydro staff to increase capacity  of Pender Harbour Substation,  panmipacwm  Hi. C.��n��i|i��n npuvppiMti. Ml ixi.tmiiil liliintt  I'Iuicm, lnywir lawn jim know l.'i i-IrIx.  E* Hensch,  B.C. HYDRO AND POWER AUTHORITY  ,t:  "T ' 1 I  Happenings around the Hnrbour  c  ���^...,............-�����      j- -j.  ROYAL CANADIAN LEGION  Branch 112 activities pf note" were the  opening of the darts season November 7 and  the annual dinner dance held a day later.  On the darts evening, twenty-five players^-  including   yours  truly   showed   up   and'  thoroughly enjoyed the first session. Captains of the teams which will make up the   '  league are ��� Eric Antilla, Jeff, Fletcher,  Dennis. Gamble, Monty Polston and Bill  Claydon. Looks like a fun season as we have  two women players showing their form (no  pun .intended) Joyce Clay and Jean Donley  took a lot of good natured ribbing and  generally brightened up proceedings. As a  matter of fact, Joyce doubled out twice to win  games for her team. Nice going Joyce ��� just  don't do-it to my team!  President Mrs. Jean Paterson of the  Ladies Auxiliary of 112 gave me this information about the smorgasbord Dinner  Dance held in the Legion Friday, November  8. The Penn Kings played for a large, happy  crowd who also enjoyed a great dinner.  I'm told the auxiliary girls who sponsored  the event deserve credit for putting on" an  entertaining evening. Dennis Gamble was  the master of ceremonies.  The door prize was won by a visitor from  North Vancouver ��� ,Lila Stevens. First prize  in the raffle went rto Wendy Haddock and  second was taken by Mark Myers. A strange  coincidence "was all prize winners were  sitting at the same table! Pm told that good  naturedcries of'Fix' echoed through the hall  when this happened. I missed the show but  after.; hearing about it I'll, certainly attend  the one coming up next spring.  PENDER HARBOUR COMMUNITY CLUB  Robbie Peters who is on the executive of  the club and is involved in its operation  called to tell about the disappointing turnout  at the General Meeting held on November 3.  Of 260 members only about 15 showed up.  Considering the activities put on by the club  for the benefit of the populace this lack of  interest is surprising.  The activities! put on by the club in a  normal week as follows: Sunday ��� Mens  Floor Hockey ��� 7 p.m. Monday, Tuesday,  Wednesday ��� Playschool. Tuesday ��� Roller  Skating. Ages 13-19, 7.30-p.m. Thursday ���  Bingo. 7.30 p.m. Friday���Indoor Bowling for  Senior Citizens ��� Afternoon. Robbie mentioned help would be appreciated in  preparing for the Fisherman Homecoming.  November 30. Anyone interested please call  Secretary, Maureen Lee.  I understand it was decided at the  meeting to look into government grants with  the idea of getting a new building.'The  present building is showing signs of wear and  tear and would probably cost too much to  renovate a possible location in mind for the  new building is opposite the Pender Harbour  Secondary School.  . PENpER HARBOUR CHOIR  I was^telkfog to Les Fowler, Choir  Directof'TandWs^iclthe first practice of the  season'will be held Monday, November 25 at  7.30 p.m. in the Madeira Park Elementary  School. The choir aUast count had seventeen  members but he hopes to have at least  twenty five for .this season. He told me the  choir needs male singers for the bass and  tenor sections and said interested persons  should contact Doreen Lee 883-2283. The  choir trys to satisfy all tastes and will hold  concerts ���> throughout the season on the  Peninsula,  REMEMBRANCE DAY NOSTALGIA  I guess most of us in the Pender Harbour  area grumble about television reception.  Channel six seems to be about all most of us  can get. Still there are some compensations.  My wife and I no longer argue over which  channel to watch and we hardly need to refer  to the programme guide ��� it gets so you  know the shows and times off by heart. On  Sunday, November 10 we watched Vera Lynn  by Jock Bachop 883-9056  \ a , ~  t *    l  as guest on the Irish Rovers Show and were  amazed she sounded exactly, the same as  during her hey day in World War 11.  I'm sure many veterans took a nostalgic  trip through the past while watching her. I  know it brought back many memories to me.  '��� A late note on the Pender Harbour  Fireworks Display. Alvin Dribnenki'��� Royal  Bank Manager and.volunteer fireman told'  me the Pender Harbour Volunteer Firemen  wish to express their thanks to the following  for their donation to the Pender Harbour  Fireworks Display: Kelly's Kosy Kitchen,  Pender Harbour Community Club, School  District No.46, Pender Harbour Lions Club,  Pender Harbour Credit' Union, Bank of  Montreal, Royal Canadian Legion, Burns  Food Ltd., Fletchers Fine Foods, Dairyland,  Palm Dairies Ltd., Mother Hubbard  Bakeries.  Also the firemen would like to say thank'  you to the students who helped patrol the  fireworks area. It was a real help and we  hope to call on you next year: Last but not  least we wish to say thank you to all the  people who attended for without you it would  not have been a success.  EGMONT  There is talk in this community ah adult  choir will be formed before Christmas. If so  it will be led by Tom Perry.Best wishes with  the project Tom.  ~ ,  I hear Don Jeffries has moved his house  across the water to Ellis Bay. I'm sure you'll  be welcomed Don. The, Egmont pre-  Christmas Bazaar will be held on November  23.  This is put on by the Community Club and  one of the features will be tea towels with the  Sunshine Coast Map on them ��� come and  browse. Tea and snacks are available. All  are welcome.' ~  I close this week's happenings with the  following:      , ' '7  A column such as this is" not free licence  granted to the writer to pursue his own ends  or impose his philosophies on the readers. On  the contrary, this is Pender Harbour's voice  in The Times, let the Peninsula .hear from  you.  Make known your thoughts, your needs  and above all your growing awareness that  as the area matures and expands���so should  your voice. Let that voice be heard. Deadline  . for news is Tuesday.  ja  IK  The Peninsula Times Page A-3  Wednesday, November 20,1974  Sechelt lanes  Buckskins: Earl John 250; Alan Louie 655;  .Sharon Baillie 178 ��� 459. .    "  Ball & Chain: Glan Clark 628 (223, 2037  202); John Kelly 618 (252, 203); Eve Wor-  thington 618 (218, 202); Pete Sopow 603 (275,  206); Andy Sterloff 245; Ester Berry 237. v  a     SATURDAY  Super Stars (12 to 16 years): Bonnie  Janewick, 577 (263,157,157); Jim Shewchuk  189; Kevin Casey 17��  Wednesday Ladies: Hazel Skytte 271  (625); Lil McCourt 205, 227 (623); Betty  Morris 220(611).  Thursday Commercial: Lionel McCuaig  224, 251, 242 (717);^Sam McKenzie 244, 222  (640); Ted Johnson 271, 217 (636); Don  Caldwell 254,216 (633); Mary Henderson 196,  253 (620); Turner Berry 220,236 (611); Frank  Giampa Sr. 196,242 (601);. Marg Humm 218,  228 (585).      ' J  PROVIDING the musical background  for Remembrance Day ceremonies in  Sechelt was the Sechelt Legion Pipe  Band. 7   ,  The> annual UNICEF greeting card  campaign is underway again. This year two  Canadian designs are featured among the  many card themes.  -For a quarter of a century, artists,  e@p eye on  t eMpei'dtures  Temperature and humidity are two  factors which the B.C. Forest Service are  constantly concerned with.  The service has been monitoring the  temperature and rainfall at their Sechelt  office over the summer and offer this record  of the results.  All temperatures were taken at 1 p.m. in  the shade.  DATE  Jl. Au.  70  75  Se. Oc.  71  55  B  volunteers and you, have helped UNICEF  card sales increase a thousandfold, giving  hope and a future to milions of children in the  developing world. In the current selection,  _ comprising designs donated by some of the  world's leading artists.  Emily, Carr's Forest Landscape H;  courtesy of the Vancouver Art Gallery; and  M. Dumas' "The Pee Wee" inspired by the  Pee Wee Hockey Tournament for children,  which takes place annual at Quebec's famous  Winter Carnival.   ���  Locally the UNICEF greeting cards and  calendars are on sale at Continental  Boutiques in the Trail Bay Centre Mall and at  the Super Valu in Gibsons.  Christian Science  lift Your Heart in Joy Today.  Joy, on a spiritual basis, is reliable. It is a  true part of our being... It is not something  that is conferred by other people, by financial success, by material possessions.  It wells up in us daily when we regognize  joy itself is conferred on us as part of our  mentality or spiritual character, which we  have as our link with God.  For more information or free literature on  Christian Science, please contact the  assistant committee on publications for the  Sunshine Coast at 885-9778.  Have a look at the beautiful Canada Goose  Mobiles in Miss Bee's Sechelt.  gB*��smwE��3* m. i^^JKi^mi^S^i3iffSS'S9BP^  WESTERSUND CHEMISTS  PENDER HARBOUR  i��w-rBMrt8__  SWWft'  H.mM��J*JMa��tilU!!Hlll  I  i  Don't think of it  as fitness,  think of it as  funness.  We are hiding inside the building  now  Regular Hrs: 10:00 a.m. to 7:00  p.m.  CLOSED SUNDAYS  HARDWARE & GIFTS  MADEIRA PARK  Ph. 883-9914  ONLY 5 MORE WEEKS  TILL CHRISTMAS  Let us help you With your shopping  COFFEE STILL 5<  A CUP  And of course, my usual thanks to  Pender Harbour residents for your  support.  mom 883-91U  NEW ARRIVALS  CHRISTMAS DECORATIONS  CHRISTMAS LIGHTS  Plus:  Toys  7l7,; ���   ,  Hockey Equipment  Color TV's, ,  3 1  8 Track Tape Players  Black & Decker Tools  Electrical Appliances  Vacuum Cleaners  AND MANY OTHER GIFT IDEAS  A Sunshine Coast man has taken a bride in  Norway. Steven Macklam, eldest son of Mr.  and Mrs. Donald R. Macklam, was wed to  Miss Lina Marie Guttorm, daughter of Mr.  and Mrs. Ivar Guttorm of Vadso, Norway.  The wedding took place at the Uranien-  borg Church in Oslo, Norway, at 3 p.m.,  November 2. The Dean C. Sandberg officiated.  Miss Karin Rustad was the bridesmaid  and Kjell Nielsen the best man.  For her wedding dress, the bride chose a  colorful Lappish costume and carried a  bouquet of red roses and yellow flowers.  Following the wedding there was a quiet  dinner at the Hotel Viking.  . The young couple honeymooned at Vadso,,  the hometown pf the bride. The newly-weds  will take up residence on Vancouver Island,  B.C. ,  i  60  61.8 67.869.6 71.6 69:4 54.7  4.501.01 4.54 0.06 0.512.36  IWWI'lilll'WIII___BSBMMIIIIIII^IIIMIIIta>l_M|  4,'"fe>;V,S? -^'  Qmstmos card  campaign starts  PENDER HARBOR: The Auxiliary to St.  Mary's will be holding their annual 'In Lieu  of Local Christmas Cards' drive again this  p year.  . In fhe annual drive, residents arc asked to  make n donation to tlie fund rather than  sending out local Christmas cards. Thero is a  $2 minimum on Uio donations,  Donations may bo mailed to Mrs, Eileen  Alexander, Garden Bny Post Of flee,, Garden  i>y.  Deadline for tho donations ls December  U.  Tho hospital nuxlllnry, at their regular  ��� monthly mooting also heard reports from ���  two members on their trip to tho B.C.  Hospital ASaSoclntlon, Auxiliary Division,  convention hold recently In Pontlcton. Aty  tending wore Mrs. Joan Patterson and Eileen  Alexander,  , ACtor ��� tho report, tho meeting was adjourned,. Irene Hodgson nnd Poggy Rlioy  served ten and cakes.  0  885-2439  Smpm  . * * *  -JS  mMEB  jBteil__  MJ.B. '2 Ib. tin  Sunrypo, Bluo Labol  ME CRYSTALS'  7 oz. envs.  *~L: Housraf Gifts  FOR:  '*"Small World Christmas'Cards  * Chipped Jada Jewellery  * Costumo Jowollory  * Craft Kit*  QUALITY     GIFT  CHRISTMAS      AT  PRICE?  phono 009-2774  IDEAS     FOR  REASONABLE  Take advantage of Muhdays Homeowner's Grant  applicable on the purchase of any ope of our new  1974 Bendix, Neonex and Safeway prestige homes.  fully furnished and ready for immediate occupancy  on the site of your choice,  Act now, and priake someday a Munday!  unday Hcrtfie Sales Ltd,  6401 Kingsway, Burnaby; B.C.  Phone: 4374184  this coupon mu��t bo prosontod to our saloi offlco  at lho conclusion of your purchase.  50  IUNDAY HOME SALES LTD,  Payable to Tho Doaror, upon tho purchase of any 1974 mobile homo  displayed by Munday Homo Saloi Ltd. at 6401 Kingsway, Burnaby, B.C.  G<6nt oxplros November 30, 1974  GrQ  (I  32 oz.  16 oz.  ���  ���  i  ���   i  i  iiiiititi,  , ft'Jfe(-tVp*-*^ it fvf*m  itft^^S^lC^Wrtififfllti.ifffi^iiirt'  ^mrfffat���nOa. QtBSONS AND SECHELT  WOSTBRN DRUGS  . r . eiro pjaesad to sponsor Hits''  Bfrfb AoBounecsnont space, and  extends Beat Wiohoo.to"tho happy.  po rants. *?''  ATTENTION ��� New ��� soccer  player for Gibsons,'Anthony  George, born in Richmond, Oct.  27th, 8 lbs. A brother for Lisa and  Adrierine. ���Peter.���and Helen1  Mouzakis. - ', /10643-52  ENTERTAINMENT  GIBSONS LANES-Qpen    .  bowling Friday 7rH^b.m., Sat.  and Sunday 2-5 p.m. and 7-11  p.m.    . ���   ,   10328-tfn  CARD OF THAWKS  I WISH to express my sincere  thanks and appreciation to my  neighbours and my many friends  for their cards and lettersduring ,  NEED a carpenter.  Crichton, 883-2312.  Call Bob  1365-tfii  my recent sudden iUngss. Special  thanks to ,Bert Jorgei&son. Ted  Temple, Cunninghams Ambulance, Tyee Aujways, Drs.  Paetkau and- Rogers of St.  Mary's Hospital, Jfeqhelt, also  Dr. Maxwell, his attendants and  nurses of .St. Paul's Hospital,  Vancouver. ���Gus Lillington.  10607-52   : )���pp   WE WISH to express our sincere  y thanks and appreciation to our  neighbours arid friends for their  cards, kindness and-sympathy,  during the loss of our' beloved  husband, father and grandfather.  Special thanks to Rev. Cassells of  Sechelt and Mrs. Hyatt, Mrs.  Doris Phillips, Mrs. Luella  Duncan and Mrs. Gloria Fritz of  Pender Harbour; ��� Mrs. Henry ���  Harris and Familyf; ���,> 10646-52  ��� ���    -     ������   i.    i   ... .    i       . I.   ?wm    -      i  ,,i-i    ���^y.   ,      ,       _      _,|JM  WE DESIRE to thank our friends  for their words of-sympathy,  floral offerings antf donations in  memory of the laterLt; Col.  Robert M. Quigley ESD. Special  thanks to Rev.. D. JBpoym for his  thoughtfulness.. and consoling  service ��� the doctors and staff of  St. Mary's Hospital;^nembers of  the Mt. Elphinstone''Lodge No;  130, AF and AMp-Georgian  Chapter No. 39 RAM; Mt.  Elphinstone   Chapter   No.   65  WILL t^utcher,  dress  or  cut  your  meat  or  game,   your,  place or mine. Phone. 883-9045.    ;   3044-tfa  PEEBLES^   .Tree   Services.  Benefit   from" experience."  Tree work guaranteed and insured. Call "J. Risbey 885-2109.  -    ���'   ��� 330-tfn  GENERAL    handyman..  Car-,  pentry, painting and' 'light  hauling. Ph. 886-9516. 2285-tfn  BACKHOE    available    septic  tanks   sold,   and   installed.  Phone 886-2546. 10513-tf  LIGHT moving and hauling.  House and garden maintenance, rubbish removal, tree  cutting, etc. Free estimates,  Gibsons to Sechelt. Phone Norm  886-9503. 10266-tfn  BUILD to suit, prefab houses,  erections and renovations. 885-  9951 eves. 10631-tf  E  TRY OUR PREMIUMS  EXAMPLE:-"IN SECHELT  COVERAGES UP TO  $137,750.  COST $44.00 ANNUAL  OR  $100 DEDUCTIBLE  Page A-4  The Peninsula Times Wednesday, November 20.1974  CtASSIFIED  ADVERTISING  RATES  ���   ..-    Phone;88M231 "'���.,. :      .  Published Wednesdays by f Box Numbers..".-,  50c extra ,  Powell   River   News,Town  Crier ;���'  Sechelf Times Ltd. Legal er Reader advertising 40c  * ot Spchelt,. P.C.      _       . /       ���    per count line.  ���     Established 1963 ���     '. , .   . ���'  >    ' T^gs��,.   ' .       ' Deaths, (  Card     ol     Thanks,      In  4|tj}JKf�� ~   ' Memorlam,   ��� _   Marriage and' ���  yjSygr Engagement notices are $5.00 (up to   *  Member, Audit,Bureau 14 |ines) gnd 50c per line after that.  of Circulations Hour words per line. , '  September 30, 1973 M r       -  - Gross 'Circulation 4446 Birth, Notices, Coming Events take  Paid   Circulation   3894 regular classified rates. ���-     -���'  As filed with the Audit Bureau Subscription Ratee:  of Circulation,  subject to  audit. By j^oj|;  Classified Advertisina Rotas: Local Area  ! $7.00 yr..  3-Line Ad-Briefs (12 words) Outside Local Area $8.00 yr.  Onelnsertion $.!�����_ U.S.A. ���__> : $10.00yr.  Three Insertions W.00       _ Overseas -.7 $11.00 yr. ���'  Extra Lines (4 words)  50c ^1,, CiHzens,'                      '  (Display Ad-Briefs $3.00 per column , ^^ Arca $600  inch) Single Copies 1 15e  "In the event of a' typographical error advertising goods or services, at  a .wrong price, goods or services may not be sold and "the difference  charged to the newspaper. Advertising is merely an offer to sell, and may  be withdrawn' at any time."���(Supreme Court decision). Advertising is  accepted on the condition that, in the event of typographical error, that  portion of the advertising space occupied by the erroneous item, together  with' reasonable allowance for signature, will not be charged for, but the  balance of the advertisement will be paid for at the applicable rate.  SA composition charge is'made for advertising'accepted and. put into  production,'but cancelled before publication. Change from original copy  when proof is submitted to customer is also chargeable at an hourly rate  for the additional work.  Copyright and/or property rights subsists in all display advertising and  other material appearing in the edition of the Sechelt Peninsula Times  Permission to reproduce wholly or in part and in any form whatsoever,  particularly by 0 photographic or offset process in a publication, must  be obtained in writing from the publisher. Any unauthorized reproduction  will be subject to recourse in law.  BEST ANYWHERE! TO  INSURE TO-DAYS VALUE  SECHELT AGENCIES LTD.  Corner Trail and Highway 101  Free list of properties 885-2235  ��7 "    1061*52  FURNACE    installations   and  ' burner" service." Free��� eiti-'  mates.  Ph.   886-7111.      36-tfnI  SLED builder available .for fuel  sleds and pads onshovels. also  ..._.    _,.__    __    large floats bolted. Please phone1  OES ���Royal Canadian Legion a Jack Higginson 885-9645  No. 219 and No. 140:;~ Emily .W.  Quigley & family  10598-52  PERSONAL  even.  10545-1  PETS  4 MONTHS OLDjSambyed pup."  I^eg. and house broken.,'Phone 7  487-9507 Powelj; River,- after 6  pJt&TV' *" ���    " "'   .'~   nc-tf'.  BAHA'IS  believe  in;   1.7. The  oneness   of   the   world   of  humanity. 2. The independant  investigation of tinitfa. Phone886-     ,,    _____ .  ������,  2078��P885-9450^^-Kf/^^W2^A^e^'Pho^&^ll5^3;   }jiafu. ,' .���y.,y��� .'.',y..tr',ff.'.���:'_, i' ?h*.\       ��� ���-</.<;-.���- <-��**���'���  ALCOHOLICS"      Annbnynious     .i,..-^,.  meetings 8:30 p.m. Thursdays,     livestock  Wilsbn'l Creek Community! Hall:    y'y. -  ���Fi10?^^:94,?^! _!3��?^L iP'    '^; New &;Used Jack  LIVESTOCK (Continued)  SWIFT Feeds ��� H. Jacobson,  Swift dealer. Nor'West Rd.,  Sechelt. Phone 885-9369. Chic-,  ken feeds - Horse feed - Hog  feed -Cattle feed. Hay and  other feeds by order.   258-tfp  REAL ESTATE  t'EASY LIVING  ON EASY STREET  Located on level, lot close to  GIBSONS centre at 1199 Burns  Road. This spacious 2 level, 4  bedroom . home with huge  finished .recreation area cannot  be replaced- for the low asking  price in the mid 40's.  .Shownjby appointment at'your  *  '    convenience.  Phone Irene Knezevic 112-922-  2544  Edna Septon 112-921-7870 .  A. E.LEPAGE  - Dundaravei" 9224)147  10535-1  AYERS   Mobile   Home   Park,"  ,we have trailer_,space avail  *<<w  WANTED-Parcel  ,acres,v,_. along  of land 2-5  waterfront.  REAL ESTATE (Con't)  YOUR AUTOPLAN CENTRE  K. Butler Realty Ltd.  All Types of Insurance  Gibsons, B.C.  Phone 886-2000 or 886-9121  BEST WISHES  to  Ruth and John HARRISON  , on the opening of their new  business  SUPERB APPLIANCES :  SEASIDE PLAZA  LISTING WANTED!  MEMBER  MULTIPLE LISTING  SERVICE  Norm Peterson 886-2607  10644-52  ,GOWJER Point Rd., over 2000 sq.  10534-1  GIBSONS., Cosy  1���, BR  home  overlooking Keats on large  conler semi WF lot 60x175 with  *kWa%j��^��&?'~*~m~Z  ���^i"      ;y '^ew "r^seu ,iutis . corner semi wn lot t>uxr/s> mm  CommitaltyHa_.Y".1.H)55l.tt.        . Aif'&ctaSrflfthed.- wfFn^"SSMS* *  SHED those extra pounds before  Xmas. Join vS.luU,,(SeS!:helt.,  Ups .antf 'Ipownifl.Mor'merly,..  TOPS. We meet every Tuesday at  7 p.m. in the old Legion Hall: For  further informational! Eveline'  Forbes 885-2563. 10428-41   : ^J. !iL_J i_i  PHOTOGRAPHS chUMished   in  The peninsula1 T^njteg can be ���,  ordered for your owa use at The  Times office, '. ' '   1473-tf  HELP WANTED  Tritrrrr  PART , time    chambermaids.  Apply Peninsula Hotel, 11 a.m.  to noon.  10630-52  I have open territories1 in Roberts  Creek and Sechelt areas, One can  bo yours, As..; an Avon  representative you'U earn good  money, choose your,own, hours,  Sound interesting?' Call 085-2183  or 339-2617 collect. '...  ���"��� ���..���������' ',������������ 7������������.' -' ; I 10539-tf  .���_..-��� .*-��� ���;...-".'.��������� Y ,:7.._;i)Y"--,' ���  SALAL plokors, xjTqp  prices,  Buyer   for,  Western  Ever-,  greens, Phone  Iprg Donley;'  888-2403,  J'W',  880-tfn  AU'BuckerfieM^Feeda'  Hardware - Fencing     v.,,  Fertilizer, - Purina' Products*  ., ^Alfalfa - Hay -Straw ���  ' I       ' 'MAXICROP  Liquid Seaweed Fertilizer  We are on Pratt Road, 1 mile  south' from Highway  PHONE  886-7527  ' ' 9561-tfn  ��^*" ������������������ "������������ ��� .. _.._,__������___��� ii11m.i _-��� i..i,i_>a___i nutMii  APPALOOSA-Quarter    horse,  mare, geqtle, good disposition,  11 yrs. Goes English or Western,  $400. Phope 886-7334.        10602-52  I HOLSTEIN steer yearling; 1  pure bred herford bull, 2 yrs.  Phone 885-3381 even. ���    10632-52  1 PUREBRED Arabian colt, 19  mts, grand sire and gran*  dam; both top 10 and Legion of  Merit winners. Will sell as  stallion , or special price as  gelding; also 1-8 mts. pure bred  Angus bull out of top A-l sire. 886-  2526. 10645-52  CERTIFIED farrier, Hans Ber-  ; ger Is coming to Coast. Con*  tact Sunshine Farm 805-3450.  777777. ..7777";"  7 ; 094~tdCrx  2 HORSE   trailer   for   rent,  Cunningham's.   Phone   886-  0927,     , 3340-tffn  large LR elec. heat sundeck &  partial basement. FP $32,500  with terms. Phone 886-7526 or  886-9042 ��10595-2  >a   ^ 1  MODERN 2 bedroom home with  partial basement on quiet St, in  Gibsons. Only $29^500 with good  terms available,, Phone 886-7216  even.      ���        >        , 10568-52  GIBSONS-Gower Point, % acre,.  waterfront lot Ocean Bay.  Esplanade; 100x214', lovely view,  treed with cleared bldg. site.  $21,500'p.N,O. owner.,(112) 922-  2544eveWiV ���        10616-2  carport, cone, driveway. 3 extra <  large BR's, walkin closets, 2  baths, separate DR, i deluxe  kitchen with appliances, W.W.  carpet. Ample storage, extra BR  or family room, plus large  laundry room in basement. Many  built in extras. This fine new  home is appealing and practically priced at $57,500. Phone  886-9042 after 6 p.m. 10639-tf.  SELMA PAftK-Private sale.  Ideal .retirement, or starter  home, good clean condition, 2  bedroom with large kitchen and  LR. Recently Updated, sign on  property. Owner will finance  with low down payment and will  carry contract for suitable party.  For further details call Mr.  Moore 879-7104 bus. or 434-2881  res. 10562-4  I*jl^EAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE  i    i NOTARY PUBLIC AND APPRAISALS  , Gibsons, B,C, 886-2481  ���t  TOLL FREE: 687-6445  2 Duplexes locatod closo "to amonltlos. UnitsI In very pood condition  and hayo qssMniQbla > mortgages, |145(000i0O ana  .$63,000,00.  .'ii'',      ��� ���    ���"   '      , ���' ]        ���.,;  PrliM-20 acros on Mason Rd, unique foaturos at\<\ small cabin.  Asking f.63,000,00, ,      ,  Wo havo a n��<xl selection of building and Investment Mb, Some  aro on good torms, Prices from $7,200,00,  'inv*v���  Tho modern way to llvo Is In those brand/ now condominium. 3  bodroom*, doublo plumbing, Appliances, finished rec room, terms  arranged oni ,$43,000.00, It's easier than you think to own ono,  WRITE OR DROP-IN FOR OUR FREE  .PROPERTY,, BROCHURE  ���,.    LISTINGS   WANTED  K. A, Crosby , 0B6-2090 '... J. W. Vlssor 005^3300  ���-,;������,  Don Sutherland fl85��?362 ,  PENDER HARBOUR REALTY LTD.  (ON HIGHWAY 101  AT FRANCIS PENINSULA ROAD)  REAL ESTATE & INSURANCE  PENDER HARBOUR - EGMONT- EARL COVE  1 Beautiful 4 bedroom home with den on Ruby Lake, Built 1974,  and has many unlquo features, Carpeted throughout, Has carport  plus laroo workshop and private float. On Hydro',' Full price  $75,000 with ^ dowri, ,, p      HOLIDAY HOME��� On level lot In Oyster Lagoon, 3 BR, LR  7 with F.P, Back to back with a Marina for easy access to wator,  Only $30,000 F.P.  BRAND NEW HOME���1120 sq, ft,, 2 BRs and/ don, half basomont. Magnificent vlow of harbor, Sunny southorn oxposuro, An  oxcollont buy at $4S,000, .   (    ,  'ONE' ACRE ��� of view proporty with oxcollont house - % bocl-  �� rooms��on��maln��'floor-2*oxtra��In��� basomont-forp*ouost8*(or.kids),.��  Fully ^ory|cod-Asktr.O  $33^00,00, ' >  GIPSONS RADIO CABS���-This 3 car operation shows an excellent  return-Ideal for partnership. Just $40,000 F.P. with torms,  PANABODE ���., Lovoly retirement. (or weekend) cottago with  magnificent vlow of Harbour, Part basomont with oxtra bodroom.  Just $34,900 full price.  ACREAGE .���. 22 acros, power and wator available, somo lake:  7   frontaoo, FWl| price $45,000 - $15,000 down,  WATERFRONT-^- About 100-foot frontage In Bargain Day/  approx, 1/3 aero |ot, Lovol top, on road, power and water, F,P.  $2|S>,500, :       .     .    ,  ,, ���'  ; ';���    , ; ������ .  ���' I  LARGE HOUSE with vlow on over i acres on valuable comer  property at Kleindale. $40,000,  p.M,.HW-ll...l ��� !��� WlU  WATERFRONT ACREAGE7- 3 acres with qbout 170' of boacl\7  deep, safe moorage - wator ond powor - a good buy at $35,000.  , PENDER HARDOUR  WATERFRONT -r 100 ft, of Beach on secluded lot, Shore Is  tidal but beautifully situated, Asking $20,000,  ���   I   , ,   , '    ���    .�����  LOTS7��� Sorvlcod View lots from $11,900, Good Building lots  from $7,O0O,  PHONE 883-2794  John Broon  883-9978  jock Hermon  883-2745  .      ' BOX 100# MADEIRA PARK, B.C.  PHONE:    PENDER HARBOUR 883-2233 - TOLL FREE FROM VANCOUVER 689-7623  ' _ Member of Multiple Listing Service  GARDEN BAY ESTATES  Fully furnished 2'BR home with good view, partial basement,  double carport, large covered sundeck., shag carpet and stone -fireplace. Plus washer, dryer, range and fridge. Located on choice'  corner view lot, southern exposure, good garden and conveniently  located to stores and P.O. $57,500. -1  VIEW HOME ��� MADEIRA PARK  Attractive   full   basement   home,   built  August   1972.  Approx.  1,288 sq. ft. with 3 BR's, master BR ensuite. Carport and large  covered sundeck. Situated on large, partially landscaped lot. Gose  to all conveniences. $55,000.  LOTS  I. SINCLAIR BAY ROAD - 2 lots with view of Pender Harbour,  $9700 and  $14,400.       ' ',.'"''  2.,NARROWS ROAD - good building lots near Madeira' Park,  $9,000 to 1,1,090.  3. GARDEN BAY ESTATES - serviced lots, some with view, in  this area of fine homes. $5,900 to $11,900.  4. MADEIRA PARK SUBDIVISION - 2 serviced lots, $9,800 and  $10,000.  5. NARROWS ROAD - approx. % acre level land, excellent view,  $29,500.  6. MADEIRA PARK - 2 lots suitable for mobile home. $7,500  and $22,000.  7. MADEIRA PARK ROAD - building lot, close to school, stores,  gov't wharf and post office, $9,500.  8. MADEIRA PARK, 2 commercial lots - $16,000 and $20,000.  9. GARDEN BAY - serviced view lot on Garden Bay Road in Garden Bay. Driveway in and level building site cleared. $11,000.  10. FRANCIS PENINSULA - Serviced building lot on Francis Pen  insula Road. $10,000.  II. BARGAIN HARBOUR���approx.  1 acre, nicely treed and secluded. 35'xlO'   one BR mobile home. Immediate possession.  $35,000. ,     ., ,",> >�� .    a   . - >.,      '���-'      f      jt  , :> y ��� " 'VlOME WITF^OOL i^'HOTEL LAKE ' ~   J"'  Attractive 3 BR home with w/w' carpet - acorn fireplace, % base-  ,ment .with  storage.   Boat  shop,   approx.   20'x54'.   Situated   on  large treed  view   lot,   beautifully   landscaped  with   patios,   fish  pools, fruit trees and a 22' swimming pool. $52,000.  QUALITY HOME - GARDEN BAY ESTATES  Quality built 3 BR, full basement home, built 1974 - w/w carpet,  double carport, very large sundeck, stone fireplace, Livingroom  and dining room have open beam ceilings, master BR has full  ensuite plumbing Situated on semi-waterfront view lot. Southern  exposure,  $69,500.  18.96 ACRES WITH COTTAGE  18.96 acres on Hwy. 101 near Middle Point. Nicely treed property  with creek and furnished 2 BR cottage, $50,000.  BARGAIN HARBOUR HOME  Comfortable 2 BR furnished home, partial basement, on landscaped  81 fenced lot.1 Just steps to beach, low taxes. $42,000,  t  . COMMERCIAL ACREAGE WITH REVENUE',,  4,4 commercial acres, adjoining new shopping centra In Madeira  Park, Store building, approx. 3,000 sq, ft., plus 2 houses, all  presently leased, Excellent proporty for holding or Immediate  development. Low taxes. Asking $225,000, Call Jack Noblo - res,  883-2701,  WATERFRONT LOTS^-PENDER HARBOUR ���  1. FRANCIS PENINSULA���73' waterfront lot. Well treed, serviced, good vlow and  sholtored.  Located off Francis Peninsula  Road, $24,500.  2, GUNBOAT PAY ��� approx, 160' waterfront, sholtored moorago, on approx. 4 acros on Hwy. 101, near Madoira Park, $57,000  WATERFRONT HOME ��� GARDEN BAY ESTATES  1,17 ft. cholco watorfront with 3 BR homo built In 1971. 3 bathrooms, oloc, heat, flroplaco. sundeck with swooping" view of  harbour, Partial basomont with 1 rec room and carport, Partially  .landscaped, $89,500, . y 77777"' '",",     1  SEMI-WATERFRONT VIEW HOME'  3 BR family homo In Gardop Bay * brick flroplaco, sundock,  carport, full basomont, On a lovol corner loaso lot - fully   "  landscaped, fruit,troos, $45,000,  p     WARNOCK ROAD - FRANCIS PENINSULA r  Loyol acreage with ovor 600' road frontage (approx, 400' blacktop), 200' doop, Possible 7 lot subdivision. 2 BR Panaboda homo,  ;7full basomont..,$7,0,000, .OpenJo.offers,,Rhone';.Jack,<1Nob|e,jos  883-2701, ."7','"; " 7." ,7p -:7'---yy "". '77   '    DOUBLE WIDE HOME - MADEIRA PARK  ,'Fully furnished 3 DR, doublo wldo mobllo homo, 22'x56', now  19727 on permanent foundation, Dying room,, kltchon. 2 full  bathrooms,' oil  furpaco,  washor, dryor, frldgo and dlshwashor.  ���,.  Largo lovol lot with lawn & vegetable gardon, $37,000,  FRANCIS PENINSULA  Approx, 37 acres, partially developed with approx, 3^900' of primary road constructed. Ponslblo 56 jot subdivision, $150,000,  7.  WATERFRONT HOME  ' 9ERRANS, BAY ��� FRANC IS" PEN INSULA  133 ft, cholco, doop; (.hollered waterfront with 2 DR homo, 1V4  baths, brick flroplaco, full basomont with rumpus room and pool  tablo carport ancl sundock, ramp and float, Washor, dryor, froo.t,or,  rango, frldgo anil dlshwashor Included, $77,000,   ,  7^^WATERFR6NTH9ME.---.MApEIRA-PARK----~.  Furnished ane DR homo, approx,'014 sq, ft., on small 52' sheltorod  watorfront lot. Lower floor unfinished - room for 2 additional BR's,  Largo sundock, Cloto to school and shopping contro �� low taxes,  $45,000,   Ml DQLE-POINT ACREAGE-  19.9 acros of nlcoly treed proporty on Hwy,  101, with furnlihod  ono DR cottago - 2 pco, bathroom and sundeck, $42,000,  J  GUNBOAT BAY FISHING RESORT  Small resort on approx, 5 acres with about. 152' waterfront Jn  Pender Harbour - access from Highway 101. Three cottages with  housekeeping facilities, owner's 3  BR home, 4  rental boats, 3  ' motors, log and styrofoam floats. $110,000.  STORE & AAARINA - PENDER HARBOUR  Approx. 1.4 acres sloping view property with 168' waterfront, deep  moorage, floats, fuel shed, fuel tanks & equipment. Marine supplies & general store, including all equipment. 3 BR living quarters,  also older one BR house, being remodelled. An excellent buy at  $75,000. plus cash for stock in trade.  EGMONT MARINA - FISHING RESORT  Approx. 4.5 acres, approx. 660' waterfront. 11 motel units, owner's three bedroom home, restaurant and store (leased out),  Standard Marine station, bait sales, floats, launching, ramp,  8 rental boats and 7 motors, camper space, room for expansion.  $250,000.  HARBOUR MOTORS  Shell service station on Garden Bay Road with 4-bay garage, store,  juto body repairs and new, large paint shop. Price includes land,  buildings, owner's 3 BR residence, some shop equipment and 3  ton tow truck. Doing a good business, but could easily be increased. $85,000 plus cash for stock in trade.  TOP SOIL BUSINESS AND EQUIPMENT -  RUBY LAKE  10 year agreement to remove top soil. Cat 955 track loader,  Linding soil shredder, 10-10 Lawrence drag line-and equipment,  Dodge single axle dump truck. $25,000.  SAKINAW & RUBY LAKES  RUBY LAKE COTTAGE  1,19' waterfront lot with furnished one BR cottage - living room -  kitchen, bathroom with shower, acorn fireplace, sundeck, water,  hydro, float. Road access. $32,500.   .  4 BR PANABODE - SAKINAW LAKE  4 BR'furnishde Panabode with 1% bathrooms, sundeck on all  sides, fireplace, 2 boats & motors, float. Situated on approx. 24  acres with approx. 1,250 ft. choice lakefront with Westerly exposure and many good building sites. An excellent property for  a private retreat or for a group investment.  $105,000.  SAKINAW LAKE COTTAGE  Good 3 BR cottage, cedar construction, built 1965, running water,  fireplace, propane range, fridge and lights, log float. On approx.  4V_ acres of. leased land with about 300 feet gently sloping lake-  front. Choice location in Turtle B1py. $20,000.  J      SUMMER-COTTAGE;- .SAKINAW LAKE   7-  -  Small furnished summer cottage with-sundeck; on 100* lakefront  lot, Float. Needs some finishing. $26,500. ADJOINING lakefront  lot, approx. 70' of low bank shoreline. $18,900.  SAKINAW LAKE  Approx.   500r- low  bank  lakefront on  about  7%  acres,  nicely  treed. $50,000.     ' '   '  FURNISHED SUMMER'HOME & GUEST COTTAGE  On 116' deep, sheltered lakefront with float. 3 BR summer home  ? ,1,197 sq, ft, with 3 piece bathroom, fireplace, large sundeck  on 2 sides. Guest cottage - 396 sq. ft., 4 boats, boat house, floats,  diesel light-plant. Westerly exposure. Water access only. $50,000.  I  WATERFRONT ACREAGE - EARL COVE  Approx, 1,800', good waterfront with several beaches and bays,  Conta(ns approx. 42 acres. Creek through property. 3 BR furnished  home,  full  basement,  oil  furnace. Accoss from  Egmont  Road,  Excellent marina or resort site. $175,000.  APPROX. 600' WATERFRONT  Approx.   7  acres  with  approx,   600'   waterfront  adjoining  the  Egmont  Marina. , Paved   Maplo   Road   runs  through   property.  $100,000.  WATERFRONT LOTS  Two adjoining lots, each with approx. 64' watorfront, Closo to  school, post office, store and gov't wharf, $15,000 and $18,000.  WATERFRONT HOME ��� EGMONT  Vory large 4 BR home/ approx, 244' watorfront on 3'separata  lots. Float,, Excellent for a group purchase. $105,000.  ,  WATERFRONT ACREAGE       ������  Approx. 375' deep, sheltered watorfront on approx, )0 acros of  treed land, Access by trail or water, $35,000.  NELSON ISLAND WATERFRONT   ,  Apprdx. ,4,000' vyatorfront on approx, ,25 acros treed proporty,  Several poaches, small Island, good sholtored covo. Only a short  distance by boat from Earl Cavo or Egmont  $100,000,  LARGE Aq^AGE - $1,000. PER ACRE  1 D.L, 2392, approx. 160 acros, sltuatod approx, ll4 miles above  Hwy, 101 near Halfmoon Bay. Accoss by old logging,road, Trails  & roads throughout tho proporty, nlcoly'treed usable land. Qulsldo  land fro wo area - possible subdivision site, $160,000,  '   view Home ��� redrooffs road  '  4 BR homo, approx, 1,538 sq. ft,, Roman brick flroplaco, built-in  range, oyen and dishwasher, basement with 2 car carport, roc  room, Laroo landscaped vlow lot w"h vegetable gardon, $65,000,,  WATERFRONT LOT ���SUNSHINE BAY  Appro>(, 43' watorfront lot locatod on Truman Road, with, tho  flriost vlow, building site, serviced with wator, hydro, and sower.  7 ���.'..,   i Prlcod low for cash $16,000, firm,  WATERFRONT p ACREAGE���REDROOFFS. ROAD  Approx, 3 acres of sloping vlow proporty with 209' of watorfront"  ago, Panoramic vlow of Mary Island, and thoGulf, Property In < 2  separate lots; ono with old houso, $100,000,  ~ACREAGE^LOTS-F*8rGrBlkrArO.tr.-*903-*~  Two adjoining 9 aero blocks, oWw,-'2,000' from Hwy,  101,  Nlcoly trood, gontlo slopo, southorn oxposuro, $45,000 oach,  JACK NOBLE  Ros! 883^2701  OLLI or JEAN SLADEY  , Ros, 883-2233  DAN WILEY  Ros. 883-9149 REAL ESTATE (Con't)  SELMA   PARK,   Havies   Rd,  104x140'  lot,  fully  serviced.  $14,500,885-2634. 10556-1  MOBILE HOMES (Cont.)        AUTOS, TRUCKS, Ete.  TRY OUR PREMIUMS  EXAMPLE: IN SECHELT  .COVERAGESUPTO  $137,750.:  *   COST $44.00 ANNUAL  OR  $100 DEDUCTIBLE  BEST ANYWHERE! TO . ,.  INSURE TO-DAYS VALUE   "  SECHELT AGENCIES LTD.  ., Corner Trail and Highway 101  Free list of properties 885-2235  '    '    10615-52  Mobile homes  1973   MONARCH   12x60'   -   2  bedroom unfurn., set up in  Sundance Trailer Court. $9500.  885-2596 10624-2  . 8'x 35'NASHUA  1 bedroom with 8'xl6' porch  Very clean condition. Set up.  :    12' x 68' AMBASSADOR  Deluxe, 3 bedrooms, 2 baths,  raised living room, electrical  fireplace,   washer- and  dryer,  Spanish decor.  24'x 48'STATESMAN ,  3 bdrm, separate DR, shag  carpeting throughout. Avocado  built-in dishwasher; deluxe  range; 2 dr frost free fridge; fully  .furnished & tastefully decorated.  On view at Sunshine Coast  Trailer Park.  ,SUNSHINE COAST  TRAILER PARK  -886-9826  10626-tt  DOUBLE WIDES  Delivered and set up on. your  property, guaranteed to be ac-"  cepted by municipality. Non-'  basement and full basement  foundation plans supplied. Also large selection of twelve  wides. For further information  Coll Collect 525-3688 ' '-  May be viewed at 6694 Kings-,  way,. Burnaby '  Member of the Western  Mb-,  bile Home Assoc.  ' M.D.L. 25012   '  J  8917-tfn  COAST HOMES  NEONEX  Estate-Imperial  MODUUNE  Premier Chancellor  ON THE SPOT  BANKFINANCE!  PADS AVAILABLE!.  EXCELLENT! AFTER SALES.  SERVICE!  FAIR PRICES!  ONE ONLY!  12'x68' Premier, 3 BR, red shag  LR, deluxe appliances, fully furn.  in Spanish decor. Matching  washer and dryer. Del'vd and set  up on spot of your choice. No  hidden costs.  $13,950 F.P.   -  YOUNG MARRIED  RETIREES .  New 2 BR Premier 12'x48', Bay  window, WW shag, fridge, elec.  range. Set up at Bonniebrook  Court by the sea. To view call  Jim Wheat.  i      COAST HOMES  885-220424hrs.  D.L. 5520  .      10587-tf  MOTORCYCLES   1973 - 850 NORTON Commando,  only 2300 mis. $1250. Phone 886-'  9574. J0524-1  ;   STORE AND ADJOINING HOUSE FOR LEASE  i  Vacant store building with equipmen-t, and adjoin-  \ ing house for lease in Madeira Park. Situated on  Madeira Park, Road, across from shopping centre  ��� Good location for store or office. $450 per month.  Madeira Park, B.C      Ph. Pender Harbour 883-2233  100.00 DOWN '  .    Bank INTEREST  _ 1968 Cadillac Coupe De Vffle.  original, factory aqua lacqer.  - 1968 Fo��d X-t ,2 Dr: H.T., 390,  buckets, lovely cond.      >  1968   Viva ,2-Dr.   Stn.   Wgn!  automatic, as new.  -s 1968 Viva Coupe, 1 owner, 41,000  miles.       s     ." - /    ,  1968 Pontiac Ltn. 327 auto, new  paint., /  1968 Ford country sedan, V-8,  ' auto, P.S., P.B. 1 owner.  1967- Datsun , Pick-up , and  Okanagan camper, fully  equipped, 1 owner, 30,000 miles.  1967 Ford^Galaxie 500 2-Dr. H.T.  new mags, wide-tracks, hijackers, etc.        ,    ,  1967 Meteor, V-8, auto., P.S. P.B.,  1 owner.  1967Fury 11, V-8 auto., P.S., P.B.  1966 Ford custom 500, V-8 auto.,  P.S., P.B., immac.  1966 Pontiac 6 auto., 1 owner.  1966 Thunderbird 428,  factory  tape deck etc. a classic!  1965 Ford H.T. V-8, auto., P.S.,  P.B.        y. \  1965 M[eteorStn. Wgn. V-8 auto.,  P.S., P.B. ^ '  1965   Dodge   6   auto./,   dandy  .transportation.  1965 Buick 2-Dr. H.l lady driven.  1964 Thunderbird Landau. All''  power.  1964 Chev V-8 auto., beautifully  kept. , <  1963 Valliant 6 std. economical.  1962 Chev Bel-Air 6 std.  And mahy more, all makes and  1 models.  G.&R. Locar Sales D-8,858  841-12th St., New Westminster  -   Phone 525-6448 Collect  Roy MacFarlane - Gordon  Jenks  10540-tf  1966 FORD Galaxie XL390 cub.  in. convertible, needs new top.  $250.   Phone   886-9574.   10525-1  1968 AMBASSADOR,  PS,  PB,  auto,^ur con., cruise command  etc. An executive car. in immac.  cond., $1650. 886-7216 even.  " .   10569-2  1973 % TON Ford F250 pickup,  PB     and     steering,     HD  suspension. $3900 cash. 885-9091.  10601-2  1959   CHEV , sedan   delivery  converted  to   camper,   new  ' rebuilt engine. 885-3184.   10611-52  1973 INTERNATIONAL % ton  pickup, 16,000 miles. Phone 885-  3184. 10612^2  1970 ENVOY Epic, 33,000 mis.  New tires, batt etc. $500 or  nearest. 885-9405. 10617-52  1972 FORD  Explorer  pickup,  28,000 mis. $2700 O.N.O. Phone  886-7725. 7. '  '   1710633-52  1968  FORD   XL,   auto.,   good  running cond. P.S., P.B., radio  and 8 track. 886-9574.       10640-52  AUTOS/TRUCKS (C��s*.)        FOR RENT (Continued) FOUND  - Wednesday, November 20,1974 The Peninsula Times PageA-5  /  '59-% TON Chev. Good running order. Good tires/ Phone  885-9631      ... 10597-52  1967   JEEPSTER  ��� warnv(-   hubsr  Commando,  "~ recently  overhauled. Phone 886-2396.10582  CAMPERS & TRAILERS  73-^8%      ft.      VANGUARD  camper., like new, complete,  with fridge furnace & jacks. Can,  be, seen at Big Maple Motel.  Phone Jim Rudolph 885-  3190. - 10599-52  MACHINERY  30'x60'  : 40'x60'    '  Steel Clad Buildings  ,   For Sale-  Will supply  "   ~I.C. These  and  Large doors. ,  install anywhere in B..  buildings must be sold.  For, Information Phone:  Evenings: 112 530-4847  112 594-9724    ' 10608-3  8 INCH Shaper as is $250; also H-  D Rotohoe and mower attach.  $200,885:2374 10600-2  BOATS ft ENGINES  80 HP VOLVO LB. - O.B., good  running order. Phone 886-9893.  10609-52  1974 K&C Thermoglass, 50 Johnson, fully equip. Offers. 886-  2725. ��� 10621-52  FOR RENT  t"   ���   ��� ���    i ������ ���  i ��������� ��� ��� .   _. ,      .___._.  HALL for rent. Wilson Creek  Community    Hall.    Contact  Marg Pearson, 885-2337.  3246-tfn,  . SUITES  TO  rent.   Heat  and  cablevision incl.  Reasonable  rents. Phone 886-7836.      1425-tfii  CENTRAL    Gibsons,    former  school  board  offices  above'  Kruse Drug Store. 885-9366,  -  '. 746-tfn  SUITES to rent, heat and cable  vision incl. Reasonable rents.  886-7836. ��� 10522-3  RENT free, furn. living quarters  in exchange min. care elderly  gentleman. Phone 885-2876.10526-  51_ ^__  1. BEDROOM modern cedar  . house unfurn., on acreage.  Fireplace, elec. heat. Refs.  AvaUable Dec: 1st. 112-321-1311.  10603-1  2 BEDROOM duplex, Davis Bay.  Unfurn. Phone (112) 435-2328.   -  10614-52  TILLICUM Bay, 1 bedroom cot-  ._ .tage>jrurnisbed. 885-2100.  10625-52  1 BEDROOM furn. apt. Available  Dec. 1st. Phone 885-2862. 10641-  * 10641-52  MEMBER OF  MULTIPLE LISTING  SERVICE  BOX 769, SECHELT, B.C.  REAL  STATES LTD,  ESTATE  PHONE 885-2241  WATERFRONT  REDROOFFS ROAD AND AREA  YACHTSMAN'S RETREAT - SECRET COVE  840' deep water moorage, approx, 8 acres. Ideal for group or  commercial development, $150,000; good terms and good Interest rate, Suzanne or Len Van Egmond.   HALFMOON BAY   .,,.���     ;    , 17 ACRES VIEW  Middlepolnt location, 100 percent privacy. Roads throughout tho  property. Subdivision potential- and power make this acreage a  ._     good buy. F.P. $34,000. Call Stan Anderson.  DAVIS BAY AND AREA  WATERFRONT AND VIEW LOTS  at Sunshlno  Bay  Estates.  Fully serviced,  good  beach,  privacy,  arbutus trees. Sunny exposure, Priced from $12,000, Full Information ftom Len or Suzanno Van Egmond.  SELMA PARK - WATERFRONT REVENUE  4 soml-furnlshod suites right on tho beach, Steady yoar-round  revenue. $365.00 per month. Stone fireplaces, auto, hot water.  Ideal for soml-retlred person who llkos fishing and boating. Walking distance to Secholt, Dominion Lease. F.P. $31,000. Some  terms. Call Jack Anderson,  SELMA PARK  Home and two cottages, $29,500.00. Live In one, lot tho other  two pay tho expenses.  Property Includes three lots with   150'  highway frontago. Good leasehold title, consider the value, Call  Dave Roberts,  SECHELT AND AREA    ���-  ONE YEAR OLD  68'xl2' mobllo homo on nlcoly woodod lot In Wost Socholt. Frldgo  and stovo to stay, Noar school. F.P; $24,900.00. Call Bill  Montgomery,  READY TO BUILD ON  Largo lot  100' frontage, cleared and level, Socholt Vlllago, F.P.  y     $12,500, Bring your offer, Call Ed Baker,  '���'.''" ,' ;"    '���" ,' ���',''"'"        VILLAGE LOT        ������ ' ' ' ���' "  10Q'x250' sorvlcod lot close'to boach, Drlyoway and culvert Installed, Many troos on'a unique lot, F.P, < $13,500, Call Stan  Lovol Iqt,  nlcoly trood, Handy location In. Wost Sechelt, Near,  school, trailers .pormjttod, ,R2 wnod. F,P, $0,900,00, Call Len  1 or Suzpnno Van Egmond, .,.'.,  PORPOISE PAY VIEW HOME '  Jtist past now lco Ar��na, 1248 sq, ft,, w-w.rugs throuahdut, at-  .tractlyq cornor flroplaco, Two complete bathrooms, full basomont, panoramic vlow from llvlna room kltc|ion, master bodroom  ancl sundock, Como soo for yourself, Priced at $54,500, Offers,  Call Ed Bakor,  WEST SECHELT"  View lot In good ronldontlal aroa, Some troos. all sorvlcos aro  avalloblo, Owner ,must sell, F,P, $10,000, Call Stan Andorson,  Idoal starter or rotlromont homo, 2 bodrooms, plus utility, Wall  to wall'throughout, Attractive corner flroplaco, Everything Is modern and up to dato as possible, Walk to all conveniences, Prlcod  In lho 3Q'b, Call Ed Baker,   ��� -.'-��- ~ .^.SMALL-BUicbzY^-- ��� ~- ~���-  A starter horna or for rotIrods, Small 2 bodroom moc|orn homo  In  tho,Vj.ltaao_of  Socholt,  Well maintained and  fenced.   F.P,  $22,500. Call Suwnno Van Egmond or Bill Montgomery,  W1      . ��� SELMA PARK  View lot, fully serviced, beautifully 'treed. .46 of an acre. F.P.  $16,000, Call Doug Joyco,  ��� .. ,   , DAVIS BAY  J bedroom homo, 300 ft from sandy beach. Pavod drlvoway. Many  stone walls, sundock, oxcollont vlow. All wall to wall carpeted. IVi  bathrooms, fully landscaped,  Prlco Includos all appliances. F.P.  $42,500 with torms. Call Stan Andorson.  ��AVIS BAY  70'x, 122' view1 lot, trood ,oasy building slto. Tho best buy around,  F.P. $9,500.00. Call Stan Andorson.  ���        ' $31,500 FULL PRICE  3 bodroorn view homo In WHsqn Greek. Carport and sundock,  Doublo windows, full basomont, roughed-ln doUblo plumbing, Fin*  Ishod on butsldo, Heating and all Interior doors Included. Movo  y    ,    , In and finish yourself, Call Jack Anderson,  MODERN DESIGN ���  2 bodroom homo sot on largo lot surrounded by tall evergreens,  Main floor featuros lame kitchen and combination dining aroa,  Long llvjng room with froo standing flroplaco, Carpotod stairways  up to 2 largo bedrooms, Master has sliding,glass doors to private  sunddck, Must bo soon at this low prlqe of $37,000 with torms,  Call Dayo Roborts, ,  ROBERTS, CREEK AND AREA  ROBERTS CREEK AND AREA  ,9 of an acre, hoavlly trood with a year round creok, F.P. $11,500.  Call Doug Joyce,  1 Y    ' lY.  n, . , *  4.6 ACRE HOBBY FARM  With vlow, Nlco gothlc arch homo at tho end of Croyvo Road In  Roborts Crook,  Only $31 500,  Soo  Lon-Van Egmond, or Bill  Montgomery,  GIPSONS  "������ -;���'������'��� - LANGDALE- YIEW'HOMR���' -���^~��  Contemporary 3 bedroom homo, all codaf lifetime exterior siding,  En-Sulfa plumbing, unique design, Carport. Lprgo lot, very close to  schobls, F,P, $53,900, Call Stan Andorson or Bill Montgomery,  Davo Roberts  Evos. Phono 885-2973  ���   ��� Stan Anderson  Evos. Phono 005-2385  Lon or Suzanno Von Eamond  Eves, Phono 005.9603  Jack Anderson Doug Joyce'  Evos, 805-2053 Evos, Ph, 805-2761  VANCOUVER DIRECT, LINE 685-5544  SEE US AT OUR OFFICE ACROSS FROM THE SECHELT BUS DEPOT  .Bill.Montgomery,...  Evos, 886-2006  Ed Baker  Evos, Phono 005-2641  : GOWER Pt. Road-2 bedroom  .   semi-furn. view cottage, fridge-  .and stove. $140. Res. adults only.  (112) 876-6507 between 6-8 p.nv  >   .." '  ���        ;  c        10642-52.  1 BEDROOM.semi-ftim. suite,  , Marine Drive, Gibsons."  Available Dec. 1st. 886-7108. ���  ,Y     , 10647-52  WANTED TO RENT ���  RETIRED teacher and family'  - require   3   bedroom   home,  Gibsons - Sechelt area. 885-9225.  10634-52  board and room  ->         ������,   ROOM and board wanted in good  home, Sechelt or Gibsons, for  15 yr. old. Madeira Park boy  attending Elphinstone. Please  call collect 883-2233.    -k 10629-tf  ���   '   " ��� " ���' ���   ���       ���' ������������������ ���������������I���     II   ���    IM   | ���.._��..   _���  BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY  BACKHOE Business-Illness  forces sale of 1972 Long 5-N-l  Backhoe. Well maintained and in  excellent mechanical condition.  1500 original hours: 1 yrd. Q.D.  Front Loader converts to crane,  or Fork lift, 1-12" and 1-24"  bucket. All Weather cab with  heater, ready to go with or  without work. $14,500. Phone 885-  2439.1 v      10326-tfti  ALL OR part,  taxi business.  Phone 885-2251. 1453-tfn  LOST   $10 REWARD for information  leading to recovery of size 8  boy's Bauer skates, taken from  arena Sun. afternoon. 885-2648.  10627-52  UNUSUAL-jack knife, Wilson  : Creek area. Phone 885-2385.  ��� ������"V-     ,y - 7 ���   '    10606-52  'y,  '       ���  - -  SECHELT area, part Persian  tabbir cat, white feet and chest.  885-9407. . 7 i 10628-52  FOR SALE (Continued) FOR SALE (conf.)  MORTGAGES  NEED MONEY?.  ,     Mortgages  ,,  '  Arranged  Bought '.  Sold y  r First.,- Second,- Third -  - Summer cottage  and buiu3ing loans  readily available  1   ACADIAN MORTGAGE  .CORP. LTD.  2438 Marine Drive   -   s  West Van. 926-3256  8909-tfn  FOR SALE  SPEQAL. offer, brand new 19  piece stainless steel triple  dipped waterless cookware, $221,  plus tax. Price soon to increase.  Also Amway cleaning products  and Christmas gifts, etc. If you  have a cleaning problem let us  help you solve it. Phone evenings  886-9369.  ,r 10575-1  AiLDER - .4 ft.x8 ft. "cut-to  - length, $25 delivered. Sechelt  area, ^hone 885-2325.    995-tfrt  SEASONED alder, $30 cord;  9x12', wool shag rug with underlay; as new, $300; 10 KW  generator, good condition, $1000.  Phone 885-3197.. 10570-1  1 INCH anchor chain. Phone 883-  9933      y yy       ,   1047(W  80    WOOD���  sash    windows.  Assorted sizes $1 each. Phone  .885-2693.     ' , 10594-52  PORTABLE "sewing   machine  '    $70; also 2 axles & wheels &,  elec. brakes. $150. Phone 885-  2440. ".   10593-52,  GRANDMOTHER clock. 8 day  Westminster   chimes.'  Hand  crafted $500.885-9792.      10592-52  DOUBLE bed mattress' & box,  spring $20, 1 old fridge $5.  Phone 885-9264. 10591-52  HANDCRAFTED leather goods.  Gifts made, to order. Excellent  craftsmanship. Phone Joe 88��  9169   nc-52  ORDERS taken for fresh cod. 40  cents red, 50 cents ling. Ph 885--  .3167 10475-52  .19"    PORTABLE    TV,    good  working condition, $85. Phone  . 886-7726. .     10604-52  ���   " ��� ~          ii  BATTERY charger, heavy duty;  y spare'wheel, 80tel4; car top  carrier; scythe; brass pole lamp.  Phone 885-2389. 10605-2  DRY alder cut to length, split,  delivered. $35 cord. 885-3184.  10610-2  GIRL'S bike for 6 or 7 year old.  $30. Phone 885-9956.      10619-52  MEN'S 5 speed bicycle, like new,  .f��65.TPhone 885-2451. y 10622-5$  ' CUSTOM Martini 22 Hornet wilh  scope, $200; 512 ga; OU shotgun,  exec. cond. $100; man!s bicycle,  $25. Phone 883-2689.        1062J52  LARGE oil space heater and 100 .  gal. drum used % yr. Cost $340,  seB $200.8854240. .     ,   1063M2  1974 YAMAHA  125,MX,  cost  $1300. asking $600, exc. cond.  Phone 8B6-7598 even.       10636-52  LEGAL NOTICES  NOTICE  The Village of Sechelt hereby  declares that on November 17,  1974, a certificate of substantial  completion was' issued to the  general contractor for the construction of, the Sunshine Ctoast  Arena.     ,.777   -   .    -;"���  jr.    > - 10635-52  Lefi:ran  around  SKLAAR   coffee    table    and  matching end table, excellent  condition, $60, was $150: G.E..  floor polisher, good cond., $10,  was $50.885-2886. 10620-52  paRnapacnonl  The Canadian movement toe perunu Mneu  Fitness. In yourjbeartyou know it^ right.  '. 1  -i .    i j  a.' I  '-      '"mS"      MTv-auL "' V   m   11"1 miiinmi i pbiii ���!> iiiiii miw iw wiiniiiiaii m ,       _^���%ai  ���,.        -       .   l  .-.-   -^jok ~   ��*��� ^j*--c* " ���  1  S^Bs; -flu' '*&3&2i:' - :mik a��.  tpS&Xffife-   *��������   -.?s<_ft &?&...   ���***��*__:__._  .Four 4H clubs have been formed on the  Sunshine Coast. The clubs are for people  interested in poultry, rabbits, dairy cows and  a combined club for goat, swine, horticulture  and horse fanciers.  The clubs came out of an organizing  meeting November 7 which Was attended by  35 youngsters and their parpnts. ',.,  Welcoming those present and introducing  Ernest Walker, district agriculturist and  David Freed, head of the Youth Development  Commission, 4H Division, was Dr. Pat  Perry.  Walker spoke on the merits of-4H and  wishing' tho children success In their1 endeavor turned the meeting ovor to Freed.  A most informative slide presentation  was given on Uie mooning of 4H by Mr. Freed  nnd tlio meeting was then open for questions.  Record books and club manuals wore  given to tho children and they departed  anticipating Uiclr first club meeting in a  1 few weeks, ���   '  ' a.  Eight resIdeBts <  lor cook book  ;  PORT,' MELLON---Tlio      Hospital  ''AtallloVy will bo hnndllng the sale of '  'Gourmet Cook Books',  Tlio Ixtolss hnvo been compiled by eight  residents of the area who ore well known for  tholr cooking ability,  A spokesman for Uio auxiliary said the  cook books contain tncnufl and directions for  each Item and tho number of persons It will  serve, ���'','.    .-.- ^   i'  Tlio auxiliary held tholr monthly mooting  at tlio Mrs, K, Barton's home, Mrs, Gladys  wns acting occrotary In place of Mrs,  Mnrgnrot GiU who hna bcon 111.  * Tlio spokosman roportcd the group was ���?  snddoncfl hy tho sudden death of Mrs,  Frances Waits, ohe of the groups most faithful workers,  Tronsuror Mrs, Mona Smith gave Uie  JlnohcJoUrcport.,Sb^wild.,U(tota?to.tho.^  mfflo of a needlepoint fooUttool nro going  well,  Tickets mny bo obtained by any member  or hy contacting tho nuxlltnry president Mrs.  Rita .Hindu nt flflO-^flOfl, The winning ticket  will bo drown nt tho Chrlotmns Luncheon  Dccemlior 11 rit the Hfncks homo,  PROUD of their safety record are these  men from Weldwood of Canada's shop  at Clohom logging camp. The men were  honored with a B.C. Safety CouncU Gold  Safety award for over 59,000 manhours  of work without a loss-time accident.  Shop foreman Irv Enns (third left) was  presented with the award by J6e  Brissette, safety and loss prevention  manager of Weldwood of Canada. The  men werep^ented with gold-stamped  wallets.,Awafcd covered the time from  July 1970 to^March 31, 1974, but since  that time, tlie men have added an additional 20,000 hours onto their record.  There are li men in the shop. The  company also presented them with a  dinner at Sechelt's Parthenon  Restaurant. ��� Times photo  ,   ,7(i  400 club winner  A Coqulflam man is this week's winner in  the Gibsons's Lions 400 .'Club.  Steve Shane of Ctoqultftdn had his ticket  drawn Friday by Ken DeVries. .   ,  Proceeds from the draw go toward  providing a driver education program at  Elphinstone Secondary.  PENDER HARBOR - The recent  hospital puxlllary Carnival and Fall Fnjr  sported a long list, of winners.  Names of Uio winners \yoro presented at  tho auxiliary's regular monthly meeting  Recently,. ���-'��� .< ~ 7/ ������>���:��� '  Winner of the i*ocWng horse was Alice  Haddock, Jean Rosscau won Uio doll, Winner  of the Goldilocks was Nancy Sinclair. Tho  rag doll wont to Susan Kohn. Dodt Edwards  took homo the $50 prteo.Mrs, J, Baker wna  Uio winner of tiio quilt. Andrew i?llvoy \yon  Uio cutlery. The winners of tlio three grocery  hampers were F. SundqulsV.D.W. Lamont  and Charlotte Fulton.  Also nt Uio regular meeting, auxiliary  President Evelyn Olson reported, "Uio Fall  Fair and Carnival Wns a tremendous success." Sho thanked all tho members for their  participation and snld letters of thanks wore  being written to those outside the auxiliary  who made donations,  ���"SpeclnHhartHt wentto AlChrl$tlti and  Uio patrons of Garden Bay hotel for tholr  generous donation," she said.  Ilio auxiliary to annual general meeting  and luncheon has been scheduled for  November 27 ��*t 11 p,m;; on Uie now Legion  Hall. Mrs, Helen Robertson wlU cater,  guionf scSioo  cited as good  EGMONT - A resident has praised the  quality of education in the local elementary  school. " '  In a letter to Uio school board, Mrs. W.E.  Griffith, Uie mother of two , Egmont  elementary pupils, said, "with plenty of  chances to observe, I believe they ore getting  as good an education as they could havo  anywhere."  Her letter was prompted by people who  pursued, "the Indoor sport of criticizing  B.C.'s educational system.!,',.,  She said Uiat she had worked In the B.C.  Teachers' Federation offlco boforo marrying  and, "1 was repeatedly amazed at Uio  numbers and quality of; top-notch tcaclicrp  working enUiuslastlcally" y at ��� 7 ttiasslVo  projects, These, thoy dreaded up because of,  tiiolr love of high quality instruction.','   7'  Sho Uionkcd Uio board for Its "hard  work,'! .'  ���  More than 85 hundred Canadians wore  under treatment f,or tuberculosis ns of Uio  end of December it)7.V reports Uio B.C.  TuliercHloslfl-Clirlstmns Seal Society,  Overnight low temperatures are drop-a  ping. A week low of 30 waa reported at Uio  weather station In tGlbaorts bwt heavy frost  wns reported at othor parts of Uio area,  ���,���    _. .���;__.'LEATHER        ',��� j__ _,^,  "*"'"���"" ���"��� 'Npvomliirpto November,^-''"'<''*'"'"'";*',  7!       ��� ^     . 7; ,71* 7H' ^Prcc'^  Nov.O ',,,,,,,.,42 48       .13  Nov. 10 41  DO       .51  '*-N0Vr*l-"����'-a^-"'Pa,a.-��<'!a'<'.',>-p,-,-,';r'',-,f',',"41      40   ��� ' ,87  , Nov* 12,, >,,,,,,.,,.,,,....,.��141 40 . traco  Nov, 13 ,.,,, 41 40 ,   nil  Nov.14...,, .....,,..��, 39 50 nil  Nov, 16..'a.....,..,.,,.,,.,.. 30 40 .01  Rainfall for the week ��� iM In,  For November ��� 3,18 In,  For 1074-40,75 Jn, Page A-6  The Peninsula Times   Wednesday, November 20,1974  H *  Put your message into 3,894  _ homes    (15,000    readers)    in  1 these economical  spots.   Your  I ad  is always there  for quick  ��� reference . . . anytime!  BBS {33 E33 I  ACCOUNTANTS  <;        W.Philip Gordon  CHARTERED ACCOUNTANT  Phone: Bus: 886-2714, Res. 886-7567  Harris Block, Gibsons, B.C. -  APPLIANCE REPAIRS  J.B.'sFIXITSHOP  885-9686 ��� JohnBunyan  We rtpair small electrical and mechanical  appliances. Drop-off and pick-up depot:  Sunshine Coast T.V. Sates and Service  Cowrie Street, Sechelt %  ���BwaM-miimiij.i.��n��L.n. ... ii. i. ..fii-  ARCHITECTURAL-  PLANNING  .    SUNSHINE DESIGN  AND DEVELOPMENTS LTD.  ' BUILDING CONTRACTORS  Architectural Builders  and Development Planners  Gibsons: Box 735 ��� 885-2726  A Complete Design, Building and  Planning Service  ROGER ALLEN  Drafting Services  -ARCHITECTURAL - RENOVATIONS  -CIVIL - HOME DESIGN  Wharf Road [over Irly Bird] Socheit    _-  AUTOMOTIVE   SERVICE  JAMIESON AUTOMOTIVE  Parts, Sales & Service  - Rotor Lather Service for Disc Brakes  and Drum Brakes  - Valve and Seat Grinding  Al I A/lakes Serviced - Datsun Special ists  Gibsons - Phono 886-7919  BANKS  ,,'.Y--  ROYAL BANK OF CANADA  Sechelt Branch     "���      Phone 885-2201  Gibsons Branch    ���      Phone 886-2201  Madeira Park      7���      Phone 883-2711  HOURS  Sechelt: Tuesday-Thursday 10.a.m. to 3 p.m.  Fri. 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.. Sat. 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.  Gibsons & Pender: Monday-Thursday  10 a.m. to 3 p.m.; Friday 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.  BLASTING  TEDS BLASTING & CONTRACTING  ALL WORK FULLY INSURED  Basements ��� Driveways - Septic Tanks  Stumps - Ditch Linos  Call for a free estimate anytime  TEDDO^ELY      v Pender Harbour. 083-2734  BUILDERS  101 CONTRACTING CO. LTD.'  Goneral Building Contractors  '     All Work Guaranteed  . Phono 885-2622  Box 7 3, Socholt, B.C.  WEKO CONSTRUCTION LTD.  GENERAL CONTRACTOR  For All Your  Building Needs ,  PHONE VERN, 8852525 or 886-2344  TRAIL BAY DESIGN  WILL BUILD TO SUIT  COMMERCIAL ��� RESIDENTIAL  ' 886-2713  CABINETMAKERS  G. S. McCrady  CABINETMAKER  Custom cabinets, kitchens, etc.  Porpoise Bay Road. Sechelt  Next to Ranger Station  885-2594  CUSTOM BUILT CABINETS  Pine and Cedar Furniture  - 885-2601  CARPET CLEANING  CARPET a CHESTERFIELD  CLEANERS  WE CLEAN WITH  ARGOSHEEN  (Free Estimates)  TOM SINCLAIR: 885-9327  phone 12-1 p.mlorafter5p.m.  CONTRACTORS  BOUTIN BULLDOZING  CLEARING, LANDSCAPING, AND  BACKHOE WORK  TELEPHONE 886-9824  R.R. 2. Gibsons  BRUCE CAMPBELL BULLDOZING  t  Road Building, Land Clearing^etc.  Hilfcrest Ave., RR f.Gibsons .  .   886-7672  DOUBLE R TRUCKING  LTD.  EXCAVATING ��� SAND  GRAVEL ���FILL  Phone 886-7109  DRYWALL SERVICES  Mac Cameron  PH. 885-2706  SKANNOR DEVELOPMENTS LTD.  Quality Is our Name  , Building Is our Game  Rosldontlal - Commercial .������,.'  Flroplacos and Bricklaying  885-2692 - Box 868, Sechelt  mission point developments  ���, ltd. ;  ,   BUILD TO SUIT < 7    v ,'  PRE-FAB HOUSE ERECTION  .        .RENOVATIONS  Eves 085-9951 ~ Box 547, Sechelt, ..:,,���;  BUILDING SUPPLIES  7 y    r~ ;     .7 .' '���,  ��,���. , A,C, RENTALS A BUILDING  SUPPLY LTD,  AH Your Building Noods     '"  Madoira Park Phono 003-2505  WINDSOR PLYWOODS  [the Plywood People]  ALL PLYWOOD. ' '  '������( Exotic and Construction    -  Panelling-Doors-Mouldings ,...  Glues ��� Insulation  Hwy, 101 -.Gibsons -y 006-9221  r -i. i .     '   ,. ,  ...1 ' '   ,    '     ���  ,    ,  i    m  GIPSONS BUILDING SUPPLIES   t  [I971| LTD.  M^LL BUILDING MATERIAL'S"  "READYaMIX"  <   "CONCRETE-GRAVEL"  ��� " "���"WESTWOOD HOMES" *"���'"' "  "GENERAL PAINT"  00*"8��42 806-7033  Highway 101 ��� Olbions  HARBOUR CONCRETE &  GRAVEL LTD.  Pender Harbour area  Sand - Drain Rock - Crushed Gravel, etc '  ' We now have 2 concrete mixer trucks  . to serve you.  R.R.1, Madeira Park  ��� Phone 883-9911  J. B. EXCAVATING CO. LTD.  --p   i  py-y^y, i8.86.9ft3V-^;i���-..7,' ;*_.���-;. r,i  Dump Truck - Backhoe - Cat  Water, Sewer, Drainage Installation  -, Land Clearing '  '        FREE ESTIMATES  ���      La H SWANSON LTD.  READY-MIX CONCRETE  Sand and Gravel ��� Backhoe  Ditching - Excavations '  PORPOISE BAY ROAD-  885-9666.    Box 172,    Sechelt, B.C.  MORRIE'S CONCRETE  < Placing and Finishing  Floors - Patios - Stairs  ^ Walks - Driveways  Froo Estimates        ,,     Phono 885-9413  SHOAL DEVELOPMENT LTD.  Soptlc Tank���Ditching  Excavating ��� Land Clearing  Roqd Building���Gravol & Fill  886-2830  DISPOSAL SERVICES  ,  SUNSHINE COAST  DISPOSAL SERVICES LTD.  PORT MELLON TO OLE'S COVE  Tol. 886-2938 or 885-9973 -       '  when   renovating   or   spring   cleaning   call   us  for your disposal needs.  Commercial Containers Available  PENDER  HARBOUR  DISPOSAL  SERVICES  .Weekly Garbage Pick-Up  Rubbish Removal etc.  .  Barry & Dan Leech        .   883-9133  DIVING ���  SCUBA WEST  Commercial Salvage -Wet Suits  Clean Air; $1.75 for 72 cu. ft.  R.R. 1, Halfmoon Bay, B.C.  Phone 885-2305  DRIVING LESSONS   FRED'S DRIVING SCHOOL  In Sechelt & Gibsons area  Wednesday ft Thursday  ~~    * Standard Driving Lessons  * Defensive Driving Lessons  #103-7080 Glacier.      Powell River       485-5233  ELECTRICIANS  PonConPump  CONCRETE PUMPING SERVICE  PORT MELLON TO PENDER HARBOUR  ,  886-7417 or 886-9890  BE ELECTRIC LTD.  Phone 886-7605  Box 860        ' Gibsons  "POWER TO THE PEOPLE"  IM ELECTRIC LTD.  'iNCE 1947  PHONE 885-2062  ELECTRIC HEAT SPECIALISTS ���  D.W.LAMONT  Electrical Contractor  R. R. 1, Madeira Park  Phone 883-2749  MACHINE SHOPS  SPECIALTY MACHINE WORKS  , ���HughBairdy    -'  . GENERAL MACHINE WORK AND'WELDING  .  , Mercedes Benz Service '-  Diesel Work "  24 HOUR SERVICE  Sechelt ��� 885-2523 days���885-2108 eves. ���"  SECHELT MACHINE SHOP  (at Standard Motors)  Machinery ft Equipment Repairs  First Class Workmanship  ".   \ Bob Forrester  Phone 885-9464   _ .. . -     t'  ���. At tho Sign of the Chevron  HILL'S MACHINE SHOP'  ft MARINE SERVICE LTD.  Machine Shop-Arc and Acetylene Welding '  Steel Fabricating-Marine Ways '  Automotive and Marine Repairs  Standard Marine Station -  Phone 886-7721    ��� Res. 886-9956, 886-9326  MARINE SERVICES  L. CLAYTON MARINA LTD.  Marine Ways to 42'  Bottom Repairs  883-2535  Box 7, Garden Bay, B.C.  PAZCO FIBERGLASSING  COMPLETE MARINE & INDUSTRIAL REPAIRS  ��� Canoes '  ' ��� Runabouts  ��� Used Boat Sales  FREE   ESTIMATES-PH   886-9604~ or   886-9-1 lb  Pender Harbour  McCANN ELECTRIC  WIRING OF ALL TYPES  ���7???l?tePltal;;Jndustnay Commercial  All work guaranteed - Free'estimates  Joe McCann, Box 157, Madeira Park  Phono 883-9913  I ��� a  ...       JIMMcKENZIE  ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR  Ph. 885-9978  FUEL  RNIE WIDMAN  for all your  iSSO PRODUCTS     .  IMPERIAL ESSO DEALER  Phono 883-2663  Madoira Park, B.C.  Larry's Drywall Sorvlcos  Specializing In drywall applications  Insulated and toxturod ceilings  R.RJ.1, Socholt 885-2464  L.fi.FRADETTE  SUNSHINE CONSTRUCTION  Now house framing; arid rono'vqtlons  Pro-lab houso oroctlons  ��� i , Phono. 005-9435  COAST CONSTRUCTION  New Homes   Remodelling  Designing  Froo Estlmatos    885-2978  DAYCARE  Wilson Creek  DAY CARE CENTRE  agos 3-6  qualified supervisor*  885-2721  Usothosoopacoa to  roach nearly 15,000 pooplo  ovbry wook I  FLOORING-CABINETS  Cabinets - Carpets - Linoleums p  HOWE SOUND DISTRIBUTORS LTD.  P.O. Box 694, Gibsons, B.C. *  Blair Konndtt, solas managor  Phono 886-2765  HAIRDRESSERS  SECHELT BEAUTY SALON  Dlanne Allen, Proprietor  Expert Hair Styling  Cowrie Street Phono  Sechelt 885-2818  ^������������������������������������������������^���MMHaaaq  HOTELS.    ... Y7.'',.'('.;  ��� ������,���  .,.    ,        i     .-...��� 7.   ..       .     ' ..m.i nn      *'���      ii.,    ,.i    .   '"    "  (I '" '"'  PENDER HARBOUR HQTEL  'Madeira pdH<''"'"����*��-^*--'-*s"-*;-*'w*Ph6ne"B03ia37/"'  ^onvontlohs, Dinners, Group Meetings  \     Weddings and Pr|vato Parties  U Full Hotel Facilities r-       ,  KENNELS  "FOUR-O-EIGHT"  KENNELS  Doardlng lor Dogs and Cats, approx,  21/2 miles along Radroolls Road from Socholt  008-9469   -7  Frances Ave.  KNITTING MACHINES  Ml  u_ ^.^PRPiHfiR^.,^  KNITTING MACHINES  Coast Representative;  Ester Anderson  885-3357  JOHNSON OUTBOARDS  SALES AND SERVICE'  Complete Marine Accessories ��� Full line of  cartop runabout boats and cruisers   ,  TRAIL BAY SPORTS UNLIMITED  Sechelt 885-2512  Vancouver toll free: 689-5019  MEAT CUTTING  Game dressed, cut, wrapped & frozen  LYNN'S CUSTOM CUTTING  Box 277 .Sechelt  885-2575, evenings only  MOBILE   HOME   SERVICE  ���i.,  Sea Coast  MOBILE HOME SERVICE  (div. of Sea Coast Sheet Metal Ltd.)  Complete Maintenance  . . ,Dotlt-Yourself Trailer"Skirting  i*',,1 t   ' l-a>-t* * ' _.    ,    ?���    I S ,_*  Box 920, Secholt  iiyii'UMHii���iinFi'riiiiiiii���i  24 HR  SERVICE  smanaensera  Tel. 885-2712  MOTORCYCLES  HONDAS >  SALES AND SERVICE  2 stroke, 4 stroke, dirt and street bikes  TRAIL BAY SPORTS UNLIMITED  Secholt 885-2512  Vancouver toll free; 689-5019  MOVING & STORAGE  LEN WRAY'S TRANSFER  Household Moving, Packing, Storage  Packing Materials for sale  MEMBER OF ALLIED VAN LINES  Canada's No. 1 Movers  Ph. 886-2664,     '    R.R. 1 Gibsons  NURSERY  Mack's Nursory - Roborts Crook  Landscaping - Shrubs ��� Fruit Troos  ./ Fertilizer  Borry Plants - Bedding Plants ��� Poat Moss  Fully Llconsod Postlddo Spraying for. #  Landscaping and trooa  Sunshlno Coast Hwy.     Ph. 886-2684  OPTOMETRIST  PRANK E. DECKER, OPTOMETRIST  Bal Block, Gibsons r Wednesdays  886-2248    -  Socholt/Mondays-. 885-9712  PAINTING & DECORATING  .'������.'.,'               ADC  GENERAL PAINTING      ,  INTERIOR & EXTERIOR ( '  m,p.���w.^,���,�����g^  Call 886-2512       ...,.  SUNSHINE COAST PAINTERS  -        All typos of Painting  ,   , ,  p Prlvato ft Commorclal y  General Delivery  Madeira Park, B.C,  883-2678  KAN-DO PAINTING  INTERIOR AND EXTERIOR  Box 943, Sechelt' ���'  808-2734 ;���        Evenings. (105.2936  PIANO TUNING  CERTIFIED PIANO SERVICE y  Regulating"- Repairs  Electronically Chocked  Workmanship Guaranteed  David Nowosolskl 886-2783  PLUMBING & HEATING  G & E PLUMBING ft HEATING LTD.  Plumbing-Heating-Installations -  Renovations-Sewer Hook-ups  All work guaranteed 1 year-Prices oh request  886-7638 ��� Certified Plumber'  Box 165, GIBSONS  L & R PLUMBING & HEATING  - SERVING THE SUNSHINE COAST -  Box 651. Sechelt, B.C.  Phone 885-2918  . , L. Mitchell & R. Mitchell  SEASIDE PLUMBING LTD.  Gibsons'"  Plumbing - Pipefitting - Steamfitting  Hot Water Heating ��� Pipe Lagging  FREE ESTIMATES All Work Guaranteed   Phone886-7017  ,  t Sea Coast  SHEET METAL LTD.  Heating    ���    Ventilation    ���   Air    Conditioning  Domestic, Commercial and Industrial  Free Estimates ��� 24 Hour Service  Box 920. Sechelt Tel. 885-2712  SECHELT HEATING and  INSTALLATION  ��� FREE ESTIMATES ���  -  Wayne Brackett   885-2466  ���      Box lib. Sechelt, B.C.  PENINSULA PLUMBING LTD.  Sales and Service ��� 886-9533  Everything for the Do-lt-Yourself er  Contract & Renovations  FREE ESTIMATES  Len Coates 886-7685  Ray Coates 886-9533 or 886-7872  RADIATORS  G & E RADIATOR REPAIRS  Autos, Industrial and Heat Exchangers  WE GUARANTEE ALLWORK!  PHONE 886-7638  Pick-up and delivery service  **���'���"�� -ani.i. ...pi r-i-T'p- ������  RENTALS  A.C. RENTALS LTD.  TOOLS and EQUIPMENT  RENTALS and SALES   .  ,    ,     _  Easy   Strip   Concrete   Forming   Systems   ���  Compressors  -   Rototillers  - Generators  -  Pumps  ���  Earth Tampers  . Sunshine Coast Hwy. & Francis Peninsula Road '  MADEIRA PARK PHONE 883-2585  Why Buy When You Can  RENT IT at - <*?��>'>.���  SEASIDE RENTALS LTD.  Domestic & Industrial Equipment  from Rug Shampooers to Lighting Plants  R.R. 1, Davis Bay, 885-2848  CONCRETE FORM RENTALS  FOR ALL TYPES OF BASEMENTS  EASY ERECTION AND STRIPPING      , ���  Complete Instructions Provided  FISHER FORM RENTALS  ,   885-26) 2 or 885-2359 eves.  "RENT IT AT  SUNSHINE RENTALS LTD."  North Road, Gibsons  "We Rent or Sell Almost Everything"  Typewriters - Lighting Plants - Televisions  Rototlllors    ���   Cement   Mlxors    -    Lawn    Rakos  Mechanic's Tools  PHONE 8Q6-2848    24 HOUR SERVICE  RETAIL STORES  CftS HARDWARE  .     Socholt, B.C,  APPLIANCES ~- HARDWARE  HOME FURNISHINGS  r      Phono 885-9713  RETAIL STORES-(cont'd)'  GENERALSTORE    '  COMMERCIAL FISHING SUPPLIES  SHIP'S CHANDLERY  i .   Francis Peninsula Road  7   Pondor Harbour ��� 883-2415  ROOFING  BILL BLACK ROOFING  ;-�������� ���.�����,,& INSULATION-���������..-.-.��..-----..  ,    .,.'��� DUROID SHINGLES - TAR 4 GRAVEL   '���',  NEW ROOF or RE-ROOF  Box 201, Gibsons        ,, 006-7320  SUNSHINE ROOFING  SHAKES .-. SHINGLES - DUROID  ordnr your shakos early ��� chock our prices first  "'"' Custom shakos split to ordor  ���a---.'<���;���������������*������;-..-p. < Roof Repairs y*  Envos and trough cleaning  Bok 380, Sechelt Phone 805-9873  SEPTIC TANKS  TRODAN INDUSTRIES  Manufacturers of FRP soptlc tanks  7,...,_,,,,���,,AYa|lab|oJn..anv,,5|i:o.:,_��� J  Plionet 006-2953  * Here's an _ economical way to n  reach   3,894   homes   (15,000 ���>  readers) every  week.  Your ad {j  waits patiently for ready refer- �����  ence .  . .  .  anytimel ��  SEWING MACHINES  BERNINA  Sales and Service to all makes  .    RENTALS  Fabric House, Gibsons - Ph. 886-7525  SIGN  PAINTING  AL'S SIGNTIFIC SIGNS  Show Cards - Banners - Truck Lettering'  Boats - Plywood Signs - Windows, etc.  Mason Road, West Sechelt  >..  Phone 885-2606  SURVEYORS  ROBERT W.ALLEN  B.C. LAND SURVEYOR  Sechelt Lumber Building  Wharf Street, Box 607  Sechelt, B.C.  Office. 885-2625 Home 885-9581  <   Roy andWagenaar  B.C. LAND SURVEYORS  , CIVIL ENGINEERS  Marine Building - Wharf Street  Box 609 - Sechelt. B.C.  \ 885-2332     ,.' y  TIRES  COASTAL TIRES  '   Sunshine Coast Highway  Box'13, Gibsons, B.C. - Phone 886-2700  SALES AND SERVICE  All Brands available  Monday to Saturday 8:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.  Friday evening by appointment only   7  TOWING  , Scows - Logs  SECHELT TOWING & SALVAGE  LTD.    .  Heavy Equipment Moving &.Log Towing <  L. HIGGS  Phone 885-9425  M1LLJM.BMHL__.I___.II.    . I _���_____,  TREE TOPPING  PEERLESS TREE SERVICE  ��� Complete' Tree Service '  ��� Prompt, Guaranteed, Insured Work  ��� Prices You Can Trust  Phone J. RISBEY, 885-2109  ' ���     ��� '  i ���������������   VIEW DEVELOPMENTS LTD.  ��� clean-up your wpjjded areas,,      .      , .    ���to^j-tall trees adjacent to buildings'  Marv Volen 886-9597  T.V. and RADIO  J & C ELECTRONICS  PHILCO-FORD SALES & SERVICE  ��� we service all brands ���  885-2568  next to Coast Cablevision  SECHELT  SUNSHINE COAST T.V. SALES  & SERVICE LTD. ,..,  ADMIRAL ��� ELECTROHQME  and ZENITH DEALERS  "IN THE HEART OF DOWNTOWN SECHELT"  Box 799, Socheit ��� Phone 885-9816  CLOSED ON MONDAYS  7 /  ,  V'r  Use 'Times'AdBrlefs  LETTERHEADS  ENVELOPES  INVOICES.  STATEMENTS   .  JOB AND !���  WORK, ORDERS  RULED FORMS  TICKETS  MEMBERSHIP CARDS'  SIGNS'p..';     " ���',   ���'   '    "  ���  CIRCULARS,   '"   '  BOOKLETS  ETC, ' ,,   '    .  ���'Special'*^"" ���*���'���������'  Quantity  Savings!  COMMERCIAL  AN��  PERSONAL PRINTING  AT ITS   FINEST  The  Peninsula  Times  Printing's ___ :^  Ideas  Box 310 Sechelt , B.C,  Phono 885-3231  0  D  S Wednesday, November 20,1974     The Peninsula Times  PageA-7  v   ,';*,%"v 7.. '".^ *���%/' '^j^yy'yy-y^^'y y'yy  "*V  Gov't. Inspected Choice Grain Fed Boston Style  Y/  ^*    .    a   '  <7Y  7-  I- tf  1$ ���^^���;  .'���V  TAKING THE SALUTE in the Father Fitzgerald, Legion President Alf  November ,11 Remembrance Day Bredefekf and Sechelt RCMP ftCO i-c  Services in Sechelt were Legion Padre    Sgfc. Peter Church.,       ��� Times photo  1  , >\'l!l  ,     ,*>������������"  ��� '/  *> ';  eiieiiif nci ,��ni  -!  B.Y  *��� I- il"  *  *j~--  et ranter ItKisr  PENDER HARBOUR-A simple but  moving ceremony was held in the Com-'  munity Hall this Remembrance Day.  The Reverend N.J. Godkin, Rector of St.  Hilda's Church, Sechelt led the service.  Wreaths were laid by Legion members including the Women's Auxiliary and by the  R.CM.P.who were represented by Constables Glen Magark, Al Whittendon and  . Merv Airhart of the Sechelt detachment and  Corporal Bill Van de Braak of this area.  President of the Legion Branch 112, Alan  Thompson gave a Bible reading. Leon  Prescesky played the - 'Last Post' and  'Reveille' as part of the service and Bev  Divall of the Women's Auxiliary recited "In  Flanders Field". " -  Members of the Pender Harbour Cubs  were in attendance bearing the flags, the  Pender Harbour Community Band led by  Mrs. F. Prescesky, played before and during  the service.  \*t* 4  E  A SELECTION OF        ��  8 TRACH CARTRIDGES   l  C and W $4.95      * |  LEGION PRESIDENT Alf Bredefeld   of,the branch. A representative of the , I    .SUISHIHE COAST T.V.    |  laid a wreath on behalf of the members   Auxiliary also laid a wreath. ����������������������������������_���������  *L���������^  /*��  wr-  �� - Y       '  t I **.  ^^^*%Sr _|i__)^^^^      Jh%f.>^Sr'  GIBSONS ��� Owner of Gibsons Laundromat business license fee in Sechelt, and a  has complained to council that her business laudromat paid $15 every six months,  licence fee is too high in comparison to other compared to $28 in Gibsons,  businesses in the village. ' "I feel your municipal amendment is  "My main complaint," said Mrs. E.E. discriminatory and I should like it brought  Benson in a letter to council's last ineeting, before the council and, hopefully, if they are  "is that you charge me by the amount of fair minded, they will change the present  washers I baye and not by ,the square foot, as amendment to a more equitable one."  other establishments." . Aldermen' said they were going to re-  She queried why, on this basiS; drug consider their business licence fee structure  stores were not charged according to the ' in 1975.  amount of drugs they had on hand, or ladies' ,  ��� ��� . ,  wear stores by the number of dresses they        m the' Orient seaweed is considered a  stocked, delicacy as a side dish. In Korea USC social  "Sounds a bit ludicrous," she said, "and workers are encouraging villagers to harvest  it is, so why the discrimination?" and sell local seaweed.  Mrs. Benson said that, in her business, ������   she could not increase prices as each new  invoice came in, as retail businesses could.  "At the same time, the cost of gas, water,  hydro etc. has gone up and will continue to  rise." '  '  She said she had checked the equivalent '  MIKE'S CARPET CARE  ��� by ABtGOSHEEH  Our services include  carpet & upholster/ cleaning  Free estimates and  in-home demo.  Call our  Electronic Answering System  085-9277  PMe Dmmth  i  'ptacfo /4$wa  ���YOUR LOCAL FUNERAL HOME  OFFERS A COMPLETE RANQE OF  SERVICES, FUNERAL OR  MEMORIAL;; ATr MODERATE COST7  ��� JHE LOCAL FUNERAL HOME  HONOURS THE CONTRACTS OF  ALL FUNERAL PLANS OR  DESIGNATION FORMS OF ALL  MEMORIAL SOCIETIES, ,  ��� THERE IS NO FEE FOR FILINQ YOUR  FUNERAL PRE-ARRANGEMENTS OR  DESIGNATIONS WITH THE LOCAL  FUNERAL/HOME.  ��� CONVENIENCE OF THE LOCAL  FUNERAL HOME IS VERY IMPORTANT IN TIME OF NEED.  ptt-<wt<*��$c*Hait fifa*.  HAWECIDNERAtlHOlE  1665 Seaview Rd,  Gibsons, B.C. 886-955!,  Pan A. Devlin, Owner-Manager  Buy a Chain Sow ���� "fl ��* Vi ffhC  .    Super XU - Mini Automatic ot    .��p.&0*f|w%>  ,   Suggested retail price Jjl QCJ QC  Simplex starting (or quIcK oaay starts, ThloK moulded cushion handle bar and pistol grip mako handling more comfortable, Quiet*  tuned muffler odootlvely reduces nolso, Largo oapaclty fuel and  c|inln o|l tanks roqulro fewer stopa,  ..     This modol has automntlo nnd     A ���  c/w 20'.'. Dor  manual chain oiling,  Or an XL-1 at $159.95  Suggested retail price .$174-95  c/w 16" Oar  Simplex starting  nyotom moans easy two-      v^.,  4Wti��fM^rtina;,ffl8t,dopond��-   -   ,         bio slafta ovory tlmo, With a llghtwolght easy handling Homollto,  you can tako oaro of many outdoor woodcutting )olia, Oloar up  storm damaoe, cut down diseased or unwanted trees, prune nnd  limb, clear out brush and sapllngo,  ���At participating dealer*. Your no��re��t HOM E LITE Dealer la Hated  In your Yellow Pngos. Look undor (Saws), Special Autumn'otfor  ends Novombor 30th.  SECHELT  CHAIN SAW CENTRE  Cowrlo Streot 085x9626  ��� U   '.< *   ,    '   ,����aj,,'     _; > -v      -j  j 5-     -iV- i   s,    "    \   aV'-a  * .. Y''    K'   ar<>4  (-1*8*     at tJLlVf'   a' f?'����     f     .*'1, /{ U*   '       i     V  ^���'jp'  r       '   i  >    ��  p^^^^^rTliaTPwrw���ff^i���    ��� ^ i���    ~~        ���: _, ,        .   m  c.  i   ,'  i  ^^^^^^^s^^^^^^fe^^^^^^i^^^^^  ��a_NSW',.*.J1t^ !__&  ^^^^^^  Chinese iandarin  ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^a^^  PRICES EFFECTIVE; November 21st, 22nd, 23rd.  We reserve the right to limit quantities  More lhan the value is super and we're proving it every day  SUNYCREST PLAZA, GIBSONS 1*  Hie Peninsula Times    Wednesday, November 20,1974  ^^SSffiSS^^ftS^  -S.     J'i  WE. PROVED'IT  WE TESTED THE83  we raced mm  Wo didn't take the manufacturer's word for it.  We won, oirtracks from Kamloops to Puyaltup. 34 trophies in our first  season, and we learned a lot. Moto-cross is the toughest test of bikes  there is. and Evan's 250 YZ YAAAAHA finished the season without one  break-down, not even a fouled plug. The 250 VR MONTESA proved to  be the fastest and strongest European bike and Mark proved MON-  TESA'S superiority in trials. We also learned much about servicing and  having attended Yamaha Service School and being in direct touch with  their large service shop. Let us share this knowledge ,with you,  whether buying a new or used bike or for service and parts.  See the Bike Specialists at: " _ ,  ,  >i  ^a^_ '^w.^jj^c ..?pjfl^��i^: as^y^a ViPapUp^apJ^ij^tQ^bf^!^  l.NILE WEST OF SECHELT :  X^MJii&iiH^  o,  e.��  ��-a_,  0  Citation  ��   Cameo- ��  Merit  ��  International  ��  Monbcrest  iViV  .v.v  SV>  jStfV  * ' t    A    . '..       ���..���,-������'.i.. __.?..____.. . "_��.-  U      SS  DOUG DENNISTON of Gibsons has  justifiable look of disgust on his face as  he inspects burned out remains of his  1964 Chevrolet Biscayne which was  stolen Oct. 20 from the Peninsula Hotel  car park and abandoned and burned in  Sechelt. "I wouldn't mind so much if  they'd just stolen it, " he told The  Times. "But why did they have to burn  iVtoo?" Police are investigating.  T5SSSSSC3B^  ��  BURLINGTON ��      CELANESE  �� WEST MILLS      ��  HARDING  7  O ARMSTRONG      O OZITE  O  G.A.F.      0 ARMSTRONG  O FLINTCOTE  V  >&  m  W  m  i  i  1  1  K��Ka  ��TAPPAN      O INGLIS  ��  FINLAY �� JENN-AIR RANGEsK  &_  i  iitoyJaka*55     U--'.?;.-^.. .V-*^ '-cfx     -.___as:sK-. ^   /i  *jp_j,,fi��  &������'  ��j*^i  >*���?  t-rZ  sj      ���������'������ * ;"'�����  for all your catering need*  Free consultations at no obligation.  * If you want nothing less than the  very best... call US!  PACIFIC FOODS LTD.  883-9012 g 883-9045  LOCATED NEXT *TO WINDSOR PLYWOOD  For Appointment Phone 886-2765  W.I'  ^rwowe ^tiknd ciJistnbuh  *s   ?        ?__��� 1|  Box (594f GIBSONS  O^J  aw  a\5.Vf^^TW-  1*    ��_R   .       - .   s at*        \ I  .  aa  hit i r  pt>-m��MiMU��_|r OJMFWKUHWf   4��W  J ��� ��� , *l "*       i   "* I  EXTENDED CARE patients from St.    patients, all confined to wheelchairs, looking forward to more of them. They  Mary's Hospital got an afternoon out    family and staff from the hospital hope the lunches will become a regular   |L  recently when, they went to the Par-    gathered for lunch. An organizer said routine. Much depends on the arrival of  thenon Restaurant for lunch. Hie ten .��� the group enjoyed their outing and are the minibus, she said.   ��� Times photo  I. < ,   a '  GIBSONS ���Girl Guide calendars are now the emergency stage. Debbie  Robinson,   Cindy   Skytte,   Lorrie  being sold throughout the district. That in- ,  Mrs. Smethurst ls an experienced leader Mulligan and Shona Watts.  formation cam07o.pt at the November 4 and Is willing to train anyone Interested in        The next leader and parents meeting will  iheeting of Glbsonsiarea Gulders. helping to organize the routine program on a be held at Elson Glass, Pratt Road, Dec. 2 at  '���' Brownie leaders Judy Kilgour and Bar- weekly basis. There are two training sessions 10 a.m.  {bara Valancius reported on their trip to a in basic Guiding available to anyone In-        Gibsons Second Brownie Pack welcomed  leader training session at Texada Island, terested, coming up at the end of November, parents and commissioner Glpria Fyles on  fjtiey gleaned many ideas which they plan to       - Anyone interested is welcome to drop in November 6 at the enrollment of their new  .Implement in their packs. on a regular Guide meeting to see what is Tweenies.  ( The girls took part In the Remembrance involved. Phone Gloria Fyles 886-7714 or        Brownies served refreshments. Badges  pay' service at the .jLeglon pn Nov, 11. Joyce Smethurst at 886-2864 for details. were awarded to some of the Brownies. Older  V,) The Brownlej backs have enrolled their        November 6 was an important day for Brownies received their service stars and  new girla and'^&jiappUy beginning their nine Tweenies who joined the 1st Gibsons Tanya   Kilgour , and   Barbara   Parlseau  year's activities. :)ftue to the lack of leaders Brownie Pack in September. They repeated received their gardeners badges.  Gibsons Guide'tympany is unfortunately their Brownie Promise and received their        New Brownies receiving their pins were  ��� Having trouble:getting organized, y pins from Commissioner Gloria Fyles, , Angela Grafton, Kirstl TMlcKlnnon, Sherry  I; liepdera; Joyce Smethurst and Donna        A decorated Tweenle cake was served by U>ltzf Marlon Passmore, Brlgette Martlddle,  T^dtourt^^ Stanley, Connie Waddlngton, Lanl!  program for nearly 40^  occasional help from willing parents. Johnson,  Susan Relche,   Brenda  Prjco, Mrs. Fyles was handing out the pins.  ���v/, Mrs. McCourt will be taking a few nionths  off thW vMnter so,the situation has reached ,  P6NbERH/\RD|QUR COMMUNITY CLUB  W��ff|^W^l>Wwtpvwl,BCT],MwaCT,ww,w^B>ww,ww,w^>w,)t^w,w,,WWWOT>WCT,^  proeenti  m YEARS EVE MHfeE  "THE BtUE'S KAZOOS'  10:00 p0, to 3:00 a.m.  Dullst Suppor and R��lr����hmont��  Tlckots ���$6.00 por por��on  PENDEfl HARDOUR COMMUNITY HALL  MgiipiB^^MfctifaiiJlBB^  fagBSHIf  OOOD USED CARS  AND TRUCKS,  TRAILERS, etc.  PHONE: 88W151  onm-zm .  IBLS  /,  j^tm&vmni*  Itfwiri  of ZDldhnction  TO FIT  EVERY BUDGET FROIVI  Jrioon  ooi'covennaA  LTD,      ,<f  Gibflono    O    886-7112"  ,^*, Carpets ^ ������ Tiles!  if Linoleums -fc Dropoo  . fjrf<.',*-��u.'').i.'!T.iwri!H wiin' ii' .'..'. ,���-i". j.."Ju.ix..'����T-.,fa'.:>.,':..1.rtiai  9 a.m, to 6 p.m. Tues. - Sat.  ���   CLOSED MONDAYS  6f>EiN| FRIDAYillGHTTIUU 9  M,'������.ll,l 11,1111.1, .���������'P,.,J'...I ...i.. PH.    .'I.   i.i r.i.r....| .ni ,-   ,   |IT;rTj  Wo NOW HAVE A NEW SHOWROOM IN SECHELT  locatod In tho now otflcon of Trail Bay Design  at tho traffic light  O  Phono 885-2713  ^���MjaBMNaaMailMMMMKllUMBMKUMIIMIIMa 1  J  JOLLY ROSES ill  SECRET COVE  Excellent Cuisine and Accommodation  11 tolLES'FROM SECHELT . 885-9998  NSULA  Section B  Wednesday; November 20,1974  Pages 1-6,  For Arthritis Society ...  7 Residents ,ask��d to dp port  in ilind-f aisisig, campaign  ..i'  *\V ������  v . /^'.Jirfwie-wp . ���___;" ~^*?  tie Canadian Arthritis and Rheumatism  ' Society asks for help only once a year.  le annual fund-raising campaign,  carried on locally for CARS by the Sunshine  Coast Lions Club.  ' Campaign chairman Rudy Crocil said,  J'Thls will be the/only time people,will be  asked to donate to this worthy cause."  He added, "the entire proceeds from this  mail campaign will be handed over to CARS  the Lions Club. We urge people to send a  donation, however small, so that people on  this peninsula can say with pride, 'we did our  share'."  The lions club has mailed out a letter to  all residents of the area asking for donations  to the campaign.  Also included in the letter is a pamphlet  on CARS work and on the'disease which  accounts" for 11 per cent of all sickness incapacity,, exceeded only by influenza and  accidents. The pamphlet shows where the  CARS donations come from and how the  money is spent. Eighty-two per cent of the  money collected goes to patient care, six per  cent to research and three per cent to, advertising.  The letter states, "Last year 6,369  patients throughout British .Columbia  received 63,495 treatments from CARS.  Mdhy of. those treatments were administered  to residents of this area. There are 43  i patients from this area who have been  ! treated so far this year, in Vancouver, arid by  CARS travelling therapists who visit Sechelt'  and-Gibsons. In fact, at least two of our:  residents are in Vancouver now for intensive  treatment.  "Treatment includes intensive and outpatient physiotherapy, occupational therapy,  surgery, nursing service, and medical social  service. Accommodation is provided at  Rufus Gibbs Lodge in Vancouver. Treating  many of our residents costs a lot of money.  We have to give full support in return  because we know that in order to ensure  continued service, we must do bur part."  j Van Egmond  HINTS AVAILABLE  You can receive 'Hints on what you can do'  about Garbage' by writing to the Garbage  Coalition, a body of approximately 50 groups  concerned about garbage problems in On-  tario, c-o 43 Queens Park Crescent East,  Toronto, Ontario.  -BBBB  CHRISTIAN SCIENCE  Church services are held each Sunday  at 11:15 am. in St. John's United  Church, Davis Bay, by an Informal  Group of Christian Scientists. '���>  Everyone welcome  Phone 885-9778 or 886-7882  885-2439  Painted trellis can give a room a "garden"  look t���and also conceal speakers, air  conditioners and radiators.  * *  We see more and more interest in JUNK ���  the furniture and decorative accessories  'that1 can be found in used furniture shops,  torn-down buildings���and junk heaps.  * *  When     installing     a     ventilating     fan,  remember to place it where.the air drawn ���  in will pass the area from which odors or  excess heat must be removed. '  * *  Ceiling tile can be painted with latex paint,  preferably With a roller. This may lessen its  sound-deadening qualities, but only slightly.  * * \  Unique home on a slope ��� a steep 33%  grade ��� was accomplished with twelve  stout telephone poles. Poles support the  roof, so interior walls are free to be  changed.  , *    *  If you have two feet on the ground,  and prefer your houses that way,  you'll find a large selection to  choose from at  UiCOAST ESTATES  in Sechelt call 885-2241  if you're looking for something  more adventurous, we'll find that  for you .too.  J  Use Times Adbxiefs For Quick Results  Paul cried  'The British are  coming',  cis information centre  Sunshine Coast is one of many areas in  B.C. to receive a health information centre.  Kruse Drug Store in Sechelt has been named  as the area's information centre, according  to a joint release from the federal and  provincial governments and the Pharmaceutical Association of B.C. -  President Eric Grayston of the College of  Pharmacists of B.C. said, "These centres  represent a pilot project jointly sponsored by  federal and provincial governments and the  college, in order to provide a variety of  health information from a source readily  availble to the general public.  "The project represents some of the new  thinking on health care as contained in Marc  Pacific Weather Central, which provides  forecasts and weather warnings for British  Columbia, announces several, seasonal  changes In special forecast services,  The Fire Hazard Forecasts were ter:  minated on October 31 and the special Frost  Warnings for southern interior grape  growers ended October 25: The Small Craft  Warning service, which provided for  pleasure' boaters, terminated November 12.  Tlio Mountain Forecast has returned for.  the winter season, This forecase gives an  indication of expected snowfall in tho principal mountain areas of British Columbia.  On tho automatic telephone servico at  Pacific Weather, Central, the Marino  Forecast for Georgia Strait was replaced by  tlio Mountain Forecast after the November  11 weekend. In answer to many requests tha  Marine Bulletin will again continue to bo  available on tape tills year immediately  following tho Mountain Forecast on Uio snmo  lino. Tho number to call is 27.1-iJ.173.  'fliQ^utoiiiatlc telephone service giving  thatfihllc Forecast will continue unchanged,  Tho numbertocnll Is 273-8.331.  wmmmmmmmmmmmmmammammmmmmmmmmmmm  Lalonde's working document, 'A New Perspective on the Health of Canadians'. It is  part of the health promotion strategy  outlined in the document that is aimed at  informing, influencing and assisting individuals to accept an increased responsibility and involvement in matters affecting  their own mental and physical health."  Grayston went on to say, "The project is  now underway in 200 participating pharmacies located in most communities  throughout the province. It involves the  distribution of pamphlets in three stages ���  the first, in November and December, deals  with the subjects of family planning and  V.D. ��� the second, in January and  February, is concerned with various disease  states, for example, cancer, heart, arthritis  and respiratory diseases, and the final stage,  in March and April, deals with life styles and  preventative medicine."  "The success of the project will be  determined by the results of a series of public  interviews. This will/have a major bearing in  determining the wisdom of both extending  the project to other provinces, as well as  continuing Jt within B.C. These' interviews  are to be made during stage three;" he'sald.  LITTLE REMAINS OF the Frank Jones,  residence on the waterfront in Sechelt,'.  after, fire -destroyed the. interio^of-tftefe.  building November 10. The fire broke  out about 9:30 p.m. and was attended by  the Sechelt Volunteer Fire Department.  The fire was well out of control when  they arrived. The fire has left the occupants of the house homeless with all  their possessions lost. Sechelt residents  have organized a collection of household  articles and money for the family.  Donations may be made at Whitaker  House in Sechelt during the day.  ��� Times photo  JUllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllillll^  E  o Wholesale   -��-Retaih"  o Sales  o Service  32  I2P33  |      INSTALLED & SERVICED       1    no.  Repairs, new carpet sales,  installation. Service guaranteed.  S-Bends, Gibsons      Phone 886-2700  Business Hours: Monday to Saturday 8:30 a.m. fp 5:30 p.tn.  ��CHARGEX  o MASTER CHARGE  e@n $ earpet  isMBafiojns  Corner Pratt & Rosamund  Gibsons ��� 886-9093  ^llllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllilllllllllllllllllllliiilllllll^  GBBSONS LIONS 400 CLUB  Have you got your ticket? See a Gibsons Lion toalay!  ni i  Box 883, Wharf St., Socholt  Across from tho Bus Dopot  f  CATHOLIC WOMEN'S LEAGUE  CHRISTMAS BAZAAR  NOVWER 22nd  ' thOICto  SECHELT  Adults 50��   Children 25*  * TOP SECRETARIAL SERVICES  Professional typlnf)  Goniatnor reproduction,  ������ Annowncomonts; mlnufoar office- forms  * AGENT FOR BEEBY OFFICE  EQUIPMENT LTD.  Calculators,     typowrltom,     office  T^-fumiturttrltltno^ctiibinotsr;���~��� ���"'���'-  * TELEPHONE ANSWERING  SERVICE  0|00 a.m, to 5;<|0p.m,  * OFFICE OF DEPUTY  DISTRICT REGISTRAR and  MARRIAGE COMMISSIONER   , ���  Birth*, deaths ond marir.oiioi.  HURRY STOCK IS  FAST AT  THIS PRICE  *?**Trf*V��^A  "<���>  P|W<piW��WWIWIia��MIWW��|ai��W��wwp>l��[lll^^  W��M��W wi'��il}illiiii | I III I i|i����w����i��ywii|i|iii ijiuiiiii.i  fym EE&) Wffimffl'flfi 777 '7): 77777;  ���'.,'��7y'�� i, i a .awl.    ��*,7!<p j7~  n t�����7'.    , '��'*���  p��"' "��� i <:'�� <'���>*'" ��p��i-u    ���yi.t'i    ip.��p,'v   ��v ��'v*-i'  -yy y yvyy-cm.s��&^m$m y;  .*J��  Ka��  .a^  SS^  "Always Western  Canada's largest selection"  SUNSHINE COAST HIGHWAY, GIBSONS ��� Phone 886-9221 /  PageB-2  The Peninsula Times'        Wednesday, November 20,1974  The Peninsula^W^  Don Morberg, Managing Editor  "A free press is the unsleeping guardian qf_  evecy  other right' that free  men  prized  ��� yyinston Churchill  \eep an eye, out  Everyone breathed a little easier when  Halloween passed relatively without  incident. Vandalism damage is costly  and is even more so now that many  insurance companies are not paying off  for malicious damage. People were  forgetting about Halloween and along  comes the senseless damage at the  Wilson Creek Day Care Centre.-  'Senseless damage' is an editorial  writer's favorite saying when it comes  to vandalism. Most of this type of  behaviour seems to be without apparent  cause or reason. People read of the  accounts and shake their heads. We join  them in wondering why.   >  Wondering why is a psychologists  job. Catching the vandals and seeing  they are punished is the responsibility of  the police and the courts. Where do we  fit in? ' ���   ^  The Times believes the residents of  the area fit in by caring. If we are sincere about making this kind of  malicious behaviour a rarity, then we  should be concerned.  We should be concerned to the point  where we keep an eye on our neighbour's property when we know he's not  home. We should be concerned about  making sure that any suspicious and  unusual activity around a public  building or facility does not go  unreported.   -  The .police are dedicated to the  protection of the public and its property.  If one or two of their investigations into  reports like the above prevent major  vandalism damage,, we don't think they  would mind chasing a few false alarms.  The costs of vandalism don't have to  be reiterated here. We have all seen the  figures in the reports. It runs into  thousands of dollars here annually in  damage to public and private property.  We also don't have to go into where the  money comes from to pay the bills.  . Many of the favorite targets of  vandals are on main thoroughfares and  we thihk that if more people took an  interest in what was going on around  them, the vandalisrti incidence and the  price of such acts would go down.  The Sunshine Coast has its first ice  arena.  '- With Sunday's opening ceremonies  still fresh in our minds, The Times  would like tp put forward a prediction.  We think it won't be too long before  this area sees its second ice surface  constructed.  There are not many areas we know  about where an arena goes begging for  users. Here we have a fledgling minor  hockey association, a beginning but  very active curling organization and a  start on a figure skating club. Oh top of  this we have a great number of people  who skate for the sheer fun and exercise.  We've seen this happen before. Ice  , arena activity is contagious and few get  .missed in the epidemic.  Minor hockey, has claimed it will  have close to 400 boys signed up. That's  a phenomenal number for a first season.  Imagine what the number interested  will be next year? Or the year after?  What about when this year's midgets  are juniors?  Figure skating catches on in a  similar patterti. Clubs only a few years  'minutes'  NOW a veteran of three weeks of  living on the Sunshine Coast, I have run  into a couple of situations which I find  difficult to believe.  , ONCE SETTLED, I decided to call  an old friend of mine, Fisheries Officer  Ray Kraft. I dialed Ray's number which  starts with 883 and got an operator. I  decided maybe my fingers were not'  responding to my brain signals and tried  again.  Again I failed, this tlirie getting  nothing. The third time I got nothing, a  silly, thought came   over me. Could;  Garden Bay be a long distance call?  Knowing that in this day and age of  scientific miracles it is possible for men  to walk on the moon and watch cells  grow under a microscope, I wonder why  it isn't possible for B,C, Tel to make it a  ,' short distance to Pender Harbour?  After all, one can phone from the  deepest reaches of Vancouver all tho  - -way out to my father's placo in Langley  and B.C. tel won't bat an eyelash, But  try to make a fred call from one ehd of  the Sunshlno Coast td the other. You  lose, son. ,  Perhaps, wo notlco It more than  others would. New? happens all ovor tho  arca and the telephbno is a great little  way to get on top of It, It grits on me to  pay 19 cents a minute to talk to a neighbour (H cents a mlnuto for each additional minute thereafter),  ANOTHEtt Item I found to bo a great  Inconvenience Is Uio telephone book. I'll  glvo ah example. Suppose I have to find  tho telephone number of Loulgi Bod^  ���-^nnrohuck.-AU-I-know-lO'thot-ho-Hvos-ln-  this area somewhere.  I start with Gibsons and look up all  the B's wlthoiit success. In the Port  Mellon ll.stings I find Gulscppl Bod-  nnrchuckr Wrong" onerlxjuigl Bod'  narchuck is finally located on the  Sechelt listings. That's a lot of work.  BYPASSING the telephone, I paid a  visit to the Pender Harbour area last  week.  First point of call was Kelly's Kosy  p    *  ���   ' v. :    *  embers sought for Blues'Cli&b  ff  '      '       ' -   V J 'HVy   .*   *W*  I  -.&,:  " 'ill  'V*  J   a.l____��� .  "VC  <>*&#*!  _ Sunshine Coast Elves Club 'will, stage, a    hamper project,  membership blitz November 22 and 23. It will  be the first step in its annual bid to supply  Christmas food hampers and gifts to needy  families in the area.  Last Christmas, the group of anonymous  benefactors distributed 92 hampers between  Langdale and~Earls Cove. During the year,  members had contributed one food item per  week and one, cent per day towards the  /  -The Elves Club was registered in. 1972  under the Societies' Act "and now boasts a  membership of 200.  - Local residents interested in helping  make this Christmas a happy one for needy  families in the area may join the Elves at  Trail Bay Shopping Centre, Sechelt, between  9 a.m. and 9 p.m. Nov. 22 and 23.  > 'St*'V-.  i  I  -V.  4 < '  FLAGS LOWERED during the Sechelt  Remembrance .Day ceremonies.  Members of Branch No. 140 Legion and  Ladies  party.  Auxiliary formed  the  color  l  Letters to the Editor jure the opinions of readers, and not - necessarily those pf The Tinies. A  nom-de-plume may- be used for publication, but all originals must be signed by the writer:.  One way trip down for people on pensions  old report memberships of 300 in areas  of similar population.  Curling, of course, is a sport for  everyone. It's good exercise, good  competition and a good method of  meeting people.  , There's a bright future ahead for any  ice arena, but it's going to be a rocky  one. There will be constant competition  among the users for that precious  quantity called 'ice time!. Everyone  wants lots and they all want it at the  most convenient times (usually the  same time). Many a rink manager has  had many an ulcer over it. The demand  for it will grow.  That's why we feel safe in our  prediction that it won't be long before  we will need more ice.  M.When. an area gets an arena, it  represents a drastic change in its  lifestyle. It means that more people will  have an opportunity to develop talents  they didn't even know they had.  There probably won't be any Karen  Magnussen's or /Bobby Orr^s in this  year's crop of youngsters, but no one  will give you odds that there won't be  next season.  By Don Morberg Managing Editor  Kitchen In downtown Madeira Park.  If you want to know anything about  the area or meet anyone in the area, go  to Kelly's. Sooner or later all the news or  all the people pass through there.  Kelly's gone undercover for the winter,  but you can't miss him. He's in the old  volunteer fire department building.  After lunch there and meeting  people, we headed north and checked  out the Garden Bay-Irvines Landing  area. I must confess that we couldn't  pass through Garden Bay without  Stopping at the Garden Bay Hotel,  probably one of the most unique  establishments that I've been in for a  while.   .  Sitting in the corner of the pub  . looking out over the sheltered, peaceful  Garden Bay, you can't help but just sort  of slow down and take \t easy. Ducks  and diving birds Were feeding In tho bay  and making the only sounds we could  hoar  EACH of the communities on the  peninsula is unlquo and an Individual  unto Itself, Each has Its own paco of life  and local Identity,  LAST WEEK'S front page banner  headline meant a lot moro than it said.  It told us that St, Mary's hospital has  been given accreditation,  Accreditation just doesn't grow on  trees, In order for a hospital to become  accredited, it has to be shipshape, from  ono end to the other. It was outlined in  tho story what tho accreditation is and  what a hospital has tp go through to get  1 oho, '   '  There was something that wasn't  Ihoro^though. Tliatls tlio record of thfl  hard work, plnnnlng and doing that the  cnilro staff of the hospital from Administrator Bragg on down have put  ,,, Into tho plnco.Onojlocsn't become ono  of tho province's better hospitals  without everyone having done their  part.  This naturally extends to tho hospital  auxiliaries nnd tho tlmo nnd effort thoy  put Into support of tho hospital. Thoy all  deserve credit, every member,  The Editor, The Times;  Sir ��� A few days ago I was overjoyed to  note a cost of living bonus in my Old Age  Security cheque of approximately four per  cent and on my Guaranteed Income Supplement of slightly less. That's enough to get  me to Vancouver to walk down, the drug-  infested mall, but not enough to get me back  home on.  Be that as it may, if that is all the coffers  can stand we have to graciously accept. That  was my thinking a few days ago but those  thoughts have changed on hearing via TV  that poor hardup members of parliament  have seen fit to raise their stipend by 45 per  cent. How do you like that?  Take for instance the individual some  people call Prime Minister was receiving  almost as much per day as I receive on my'  combined amounts but he has to have a raise  of 45 per cent to keep the wolf from his door.  It makes an old timer wonder what this  beloved country of mine is going to be like in  Councils, boards  meeting times  Boards and municipal councils hold  public meetings at the following times  and places.  ��� Gibsons village council, municipal  hall, 1st and 3rd Tuesdays, 7 p.m.  ��� Sechelt school board, Gibsons, 2nd  and 4th Thursdays, 7:30 (Lower floor,  Gibsons municipal hall). '  ��� Sechelt village council, municipal  hall, 1st and 3rd Wednesdays, 7:30.  ��� Sunshine Coast regional board,  Sechelt, last Thursday of each month,  7:30 p.m.  Members of the public may attend  any of' these meetings but generally  must obtain prior permission in order to  speak or represent a delegation.  The Peninsula*^*^  Published Wednesdays at Socheit  on B.C.'s Sunshine Coast  by  Powell Mvcr News Town Crier ,  Sechelt Times Ud.  Box 310-Sechelt, B.C. ,  Phonp 885-3231  Subscription Rates: (in advance)  Local, $7 per year. Beyond 35 miles, $8  USA, $10. Overseas SU,   '  ' Setving the qrvqfroni I'ort Mellon toJEgmont.  [//low Sound to Jervis Inlet]  tMWWWMVWWWWVWVVWWWMMWWWWHWMWWWVWVWWyVlfWVMWW  four years. They at Ottawa haven't the  brains to realize what they are doing, setting  an example to all unions and office people of  45 per cent raises when last year those same  people set a 6 per cent cost of living rise  across the land.  At, the end of four years I suppose those  who elected them will vote for them again if,  by that time, they have a job and enough car  fare to get to, the polls. I've lived through  what this kind of thing is headed for and I'm  sorry for a lot of people.  Keith Comyn  Congratulations  sent to hospital  from auxiliary  The Sechelt Ladies   Auxiliary   to St.  Marys    hospital    sent    a    letter    of  > congratulations to the Board of Directors  < on the full accreditation.  ���   A report was read by Mrs. Peggy Connor  on the B.CH.A. convention, at which she and  ft Mrs. Maureen Hall were delegates:     - '  ' ' ���" The fall smorgasboard, convened by Mrs.  Peggy Conner and Mrs. Ina Grafe.  Special thanks to Mrs. Ronnie Dunn of the  Halfmoon Bay Auxiliary, who taught the  sailors their dance. The decorating com-  ��� mittee who did such a fine job of turning the  old Legion Hall into a ship complete with port  holes and a truly nautical atmosphere.  The food was ably handled by Mrs.  Dorothy Carter and Mrs. May Normington,  and the members who did the preparing of  the food also did an excellent job. The setting  up of the tables and cleaning up the next  morning was too handled by the members so  it was an all out effort.  The auxiliary yearly Luncheon will be  held on December 12 in St. Hilda's Church  Hall at 11.30 am and will be catered by the  Ladies of St. Hilda's Anglican Church.  Will all .ladies wishing to attend this  luncheon please phone Mrs. Ina Grafe at 885;  9457 so she will know how many to cater for.  More than18,500 Canadians were under  treatment for tuberculosis as of the end of  December 1973, reports the B.C.' 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EVERY FRIDAY ~ i -3 p.m,, Gibsons United Church Women's Thrift  Shpp. Also first Saturday of each month, 10 a.m. to 12 noon  during summer months.  tornoon* "TOPS" mootlna m rnM.iv, ��� i��u11M v-vmi��, ..------  EVERY" TUESDAY���7:30 p.m. Socholt Lealon Hall S.U.D.S. (Secholt  .ner .���- ���  THURS. afternoon* "TOPS" mooting at Public Health Contro. 1:30-3:00  Ups & Downs) Club. Now members wolcomo.  EVERY MONDAY���2'p.m. S.C.A.No. 69 Carpet Bowl Inp, Old Loglon  i  ii a    a��*ijj, i    ^u, ("foil :(il30CnOli*,M'y���*'w^,',hw*w*tM^^ ***' *-" *  EVERY THURSDAY���8 p.m. Introductory lecture. Transcondtal Meditation as taught by Majwrlshl Mohesh Yogi. Whitaker Houso, Sothelt  EVERY SATURDAY���2-4 p.m.. Transcendental Mediation Introduction.  Cowrlo St., Socholt. ,.,,.' ..........         EVERY  WEDNESDAY���2 p.m.   Senior  Swingers  Danco  group,   Old  '      Legion Hall, Sccbolr. l��    .  EVERY MONDAY���1:45 p.m., Community Hall Roborts Creok,  '     ,     Elphinstone Now Horl*ons carpot bowling, cards fl, films.  OPEN SATURDAYS ��� 12 noon to 2 p.m.. Wilson Creok Library.  EVERY TUESDAY���2 p.m. Solma Park Horizons bowling. Selma Park.  Nov. 21 -~i Wolcomo Beach Hall, Film show, Mlddlo and Far East���7:30 p.m.  Nov. 30 ��� Roborts Crook Hospital Auk. .Christmas Paxaar 8, Coffoo Party,  Loglon Hall, Roborts Crook>^-10 a.m.-12 hoon,  Doc. 2 ~~ Gibsons Aroa Ouldo Loadart and Parents Mooting at Elsons Glass,  Pratt Rd. �� Hwy, 101 ��� 10 p,mY  ASK FOR OUR FREE CATALOGUE OF REAL ESTATE  Multlplo Listing Ssrvlco  Vancouvor  Roal   Estat��  "- �������"t<"*" Board -"-������"-a  REAL ESTATE  INSURANCES  AGENCIES LTD.  Phono 885-2235 (24-Hour.)  Vancouvor Phono 609-5030  Box 128* Socholt, B.C.  1  rfr*  &1  3S8BB  SB Showing at the Twilight Theatre ...  "The, Way�� We Were,' the Barbra  Streisand-Robert Redford comedy-drama is  excellent entertainment and may wind up as  the company's most successful film of the  year.  It is playing at the Twilight Theatre in  Gibsons November 21, 22, 23 and 24 with  nightly performances at 8 p.m.  Directed by Sydney Pollack, the film is  the third " "Columbia-Rastar-Streisand  production (following "Funny Girl" and  /'The Owl and the Pussycat") and was  adapted by playwright Arthur Laurents from  his first novel.  Shot in Manhattan, upstate New York and  Hollywood, the film spans a period from 1937  to the early '50's. There's a lot for the  nostalgia buffs: the songs and styles of those  years, a Marx Brothers costume party in  which nearly everyone does a takeoff on  _ Groucho (Streisand comes as Harpo) even a  hit of '40's teen star Marcia Mae Jones.  Historically, there are: World War n and  the death of FDR and, most interestingly, the  House Un-American Activities Committee  investigations, a previously taboo subject.  For women's libbers, Streisand's very strong  character j. a woman withthe courage of her  convictions,, contrasted with Redford's  likeable but weak and inconsistent role (at  one point, she seduces him).  Other elements include a good love story,  comedy and the message that radicals can be  decent' people. In short, something for  everyone. In Panavision and color, produced  by Ray Stark.  THE STORY  In 1945 New York, radio producer-writer  Barbra Streisand meets Robert Redford, a  drunken Navy officer, in a bar. She recalls  that, in college in 1937, he was a popular  , athlete, and she an unattractive defender of  radical causes; they were mutally attracted  despite their differences. .  Now they have time for an affair and she .  encourages his writing. Against his better  judgment, Redford marries her and they  journey to Hollywood where he'll adapt his  first, unsuccessful novel for the screen.  Producer Bradford Dilknan, an old Redford  chum, how finds Streisand more of a woman  than wife Lois Chiles, once Redford's love.  Streisand supports the "unfriendly ten"  being investigated by the House Un-  American Activities Committee on their  Communist leanings.  On November 25 and 26 are the dates for  the nature film 'Wonder of It All.'  'Jesus Christ Superstar" comes to the  Twilight for a three day stand November 28,  29     and     30.  Tonight at the Twilight Theatre ...  BY ALLAN CRANE  While La Bonne Annee was being  screened at the Twilight Theatre, I was at the  Queen Elizabeth Theatre in Vancouver  listening to a concert by Joan Sutherland, a  soprano I have much admired since I heard  her in her North American debut in Vancouver as Donna Anna in Don Giovanni in  1957.  I was quite disappointed by the concert  since it lacked variety and contained little  which showed her voice to best advantage  and nothingcontaining the vocal pyrotechnics  for which she has become one of the legen-  N dary sopranos of our time.  La Bonne Annee seems to have been as  delightedly received as I had anticipated. I  went to see The Apprenticeship of Duddy  Cravitz on Friday in the Twilight Theatre's^  regular programme. The theatre was virtually empty for this first rate film, which  also happens to be a Canadian production  which was shot in Montreal.  I had previously seen American Graffiti  which drew large crowds to the cinema, and I  thought that Canadian director Ted.Kot-  cheff's film was the better motion picture.  His Outback had more impact for me than  Duddy; but it is good to see the director  moving from the wilds of Australia to his  native country's most cosmopolitan city for  the locale of his latest film.  -Tonight's Film Society presentation at the  Twilight Theatre is based on the novel of the  same title by expatriate Soviet author  Alexander Solzhenitsyn, One Day in the Life  of Ivan Denisqvich.  The film stars Tom Courtenay, who was  seen recently in the CBC telecast, I heard the  Owl Call My Name. The films in which he has  played which have been screened at the  Twilight Theatre include Billy liar, Dr.  Zhivago and the Lonliness of the Long  Distance Runner. The following notes for  ' tonight's film have been contributed by Keith  A relaxed atmosphere marked the Gibsons Hospital Auxiliary's Aloha Luncheon  November 9.  A representative of the auxiliary said  many of the participants to6k time out to  The law and you  By dpi. Oarrell Price  NCO i/c Gibsons RCMP detachment  This week I am dealing with parking  offences under the Motor Vehicle Act. There  are several sections dealing with parking  with the first section being Sec. 178 MVA.  This section states as.follows:  (1). Subject, to subsection three, where  outside of a business or residence district, it  is practicable to stop, park, or leave the  vehicle either unattended or attended on the,  roadway.1'' y777y.7'' ,;'7''y ''���'"'������' ���  (2). Subject to subsection three, no person  shall park a vehicle so as to obstruct'the' free  passage of traffic on the highway.  (3). Susectlons one and two do not apply  when a vehicle is so disabled that it is not  practicable to avoid ^topping and temporarily leaving it on a highway,  This Section deals specifically with  parking a vehicle on a highway whether the  driver remains in the car or not. An example  would bo a driver of a car stopping on Highway 101 to pick up n hitch hiker. Besides the  hitch hiker getting a ticket for soliciting a  , ride, tho driver of tho car would bo charged  with stopping his vehicle on tho highway, If  there Is a shoulder off tho travelled portion of  the highway, the driver must drive onto the  shoulder,  I think parking offences nro tho most  -common offences committed by motprJsts.  Thero seems to be a tendency for somo  motorists to Ignore no parking signs, park on  the wrong side of the street, or .stop their  vehicle In the middle of tho hlghwny while  thoy talk to ono of tholr friends.  Illegal pnrklnR Is very annoying and hard  on your pocket book, Besides giving you a  ticket for tho parking offence, the police can  have your vehicle towed away.  33333  have lunch with a friend and linger over a  cup'of coffee.  Two tables were reserved for business  people to make sure they could be accommodated in their short lunch periods.  Orchids from Jean Langley's greenhouse  highlighted the table centrepieces on the  smorgasbord table. Auxiliary members wore  long gowns to add to the general Hawaiian  theme. Ida Lesley was convenor for the  affair.  At the Auxiliary's regular meeting  November 6, Gladdie Davis reported the  October 28 bridge night results.  First prize winners were Ed and Agnes  Johnson. Second prize went to Morris Nygren  and Albert Crowhurst.  Phyllis Hoops won the door prize.  The next bridge- night will be on  November 25 at the Health Centre in Gibsons  at 7:30 sharp. Further, information can be  'obtained by calling 086-2009 arid 886-2050.  Auxiliary members are reminded that the  Roberts Creek Auxiliary Will be holding a  coffee party and bazaar on November 30  between 10 a.m. and rioon.  ' Oney Do Camp invited all members to a  luncheon meeting at her home December 4 at  noon.v': ���������������,  7 77:;''   . 7. ' ;'7  -, Custom Built  EXPERIENCED  D.Pacey    y 266-0071  ga^aBsawsreg?.  ss  WHITAKER HOUSE  ANTIQUES  YOU   DON'T   NEED   TO   GO   TO  VANCOUVER TO FIND  UNUSUAL  .GIFTS FOR CHRISTMAS.  . We have carvings, old prinls,  antique jewelry, china brassware  & much more. Come and see us.  You could be pleasantly surprised. .   .  WHITAKER HOUSE  i  Wallace.  "A challenging prospect, One Day in the  Life of Ivan Denisovich, directed by Caper  _Wrede, from the novel by Solzhenitsyn,  adapts- to the screen impressively. It all  takes place in a dismal Siberian labour  camp, the temperature hitting twenty  degrees below zero, there being no other  civilizationwithin 100 miles.  "The film gives us the depressions and  successes of one unexpectional day from  before dawm until after dusk. Tom Courtenay plays Ivan, a thin aenernic man who  has to survive 10 years in this bluntly harsh  environment.  "He is one of the prisoners thrown  together from all walks of life who make  their own world out of near nothingness: any  event has a considerable amount of importance. We are given a study of the individual experience.  "For reahsmHhe dirfector took Ingmar  Bergman's cinematographer, Sven Nkyivist,  an expert at visualizing gloom, and the whole  cast and crew 200 miles north of Oslo, Norway, where topography, light conditions and  bitter climate parallel those of Siberia. The  temperature rarely rose above minus five  degrees ��� that isn't Hollywood frost clinging  to a ten day growth of stubble.  "With all the simplicity of situation, the  film is warm, human, and in its own'way, a  celebration of life."  As a special accommodation, the  management of the Twilight Theatre has  agreed to hold a special screening for the  Film Society of Leni Riefenstahl's The  Triumph of the Will, a print of which will be  here at the end of the month for a showing to  ' history classes at Elphinstone Secondary  School.  Leni Riefenstahl, who was a dancer and  actress before making her own films, was  greatly admired by Adolph Hitler, and it was  at his personal request that she commenced  making the series of Nazi documentaries of  which Triumph der Willens is the most  famous. It was made in 1934 and is the record  of the Nazi rally at Nuremberg that year,  Its purpose is quite simply the deification  of the Nazi party generally and Adolph Hitler  in particular. With a complete mastery of the,  art of/edltlng/Lenl Riefenstahl has left in  Triumph of the Will a film which uses the  medium in a frightenlngly Impressive way.  This film can be seen at the Twilight Theatre  on Sunday afternoon, Dec. 1 at 2 p.m.  Squaringly yours  BY MAURICE HEMSTREET  /With a grand sweep, the curtains moved  back; the square dance was ready to begin.  Then with another grand sweep the curtains  closed again. You asked why?  Well, the caller wasn't there yet, I asked if  someone could sing and one of our members  said,"why yes, but I need a twenty piece  symphonic orchestra to act as background,  music and aU we had was a b flat kazoo."  Well, that's not exactly how it happens at  the Country Stars square dance club. The  truth is, there's a plain table in one corner  with a P.A. system ready to go. A tall, mean  looking caller with a look on his face is'  wondering how he could give the square  dancers a bad time, mix them up but good  ~~and then tell them they were really doing  great. This is getting closer to the truth. Oh!  you want to hear the truth? O.K.  With callers Harry Robertson and yours  truly Slim Pickens Maurice, we now have the  Country Stars through the first fifty basics  and many of the next twenty five basics,  from here on out square dancing will be more  fun for all as we take a record, put it on and  square dance like no other club could.  If there is something in the record that the  square dancers do not understand, we stop  right now and show them. This makes square  dancing easy to learn with the thought in  mind that our square dancers will be able to  square dance anywhere with any square  dance club anyplace in the world. Fantastic  thought, isn't it, but it's true.  I had a note here somewhere. Oh yes, Mac  and Edna de Hemtinne, from Calgary were  the guests of the Country Stars. We hope you  had a great time with our square dance club.  Let's see, what am I forgetting? Oh yes,  Edna is a sister to Shirley Richardson, this  makes Mac and Jack brothers-in-law and I  think I shall quit while ahead. Anyway a  good time was had by all.  Right now, I am much the same as the  butcher who backed into his meat grinder, he  , got a little behind in his orders. I'm a lot  behind in this column, so see you at the next  square dance.  rhe Peninsula Times Page B-3  Wednesday,-November20,1974  885-2439  r  Saturday, Nov. 30  at  GIBSONS UNITED CHURCH HAU  . \     .   . .      . .       ..... - , ' ��� . ,  sltoma  can   bo  dollvorod   to   tho  -Church Hall on Friday aftornoon or  iho ovontng of NoVoaVbbr 29th;  For pick>up phono  Mr*. Jon��i 0fl6>. 043  Mr��, U* 006-2644  tho   church  "ONE OF THE BEST EVER MADE I" "A SPELLBINDING FILM!"  lot Angolas Tlmei , JjttfltjL  ��� S�� frwclwo Ewmlwr  .     ��,   "_���".,'_..  If  s��j  A SPECTACULAR  WORLD OF  NATURE! -^  Nrfd and (Mnl ti) M�� RIMi. ��� Wm by fl I ��� H IVilt tiinnM [nlii|��OT k IMwx.  COMING MONDAY  Nov. 25-26  NOV. 25-26  TWO DAYS ONLY  Gibsons  ITWIUGHT1  HOW TIMES 7:00.0:00  886-2827  SHOW TIMES 7:00  ___as_________________>  There were 3,563, new active cases of  tuberculosis in Canada last year and 567  reactivated cases reports the B.C. Tuberculosis-Christmas Seal Society.  [HtJaaaaaaaiaianaanaiaiaaitaiaaaaaaaaaiaaaaiiaaaaaaaiaaiaaaaataniai]  MISS DEE'S  MD & GIFT SHOP  Wharf Read - Secholt - 88S-9066  P.O. BOX 213  Maltntark-Couttp cards and wrappings.  Pine English china cupa ond eaucers.  Bootlq.uo Items, local artists  paintings.  JUl|ilHlllllUIII>IIIIIUIIIIIIIIIIMIIIIIIIia��aillllMI|IIMlllU4M'  : 7 Most pooplo want to woi k,  To holp Canadian' IjubIhoso  O'row nnd racluco unomploymont,  lot'n work togothor to oncoumgo  pooplo with job hnng-upn lo got  Involved,  So wo wnnt lo Intoront you In  our IndutililnlTralnln'o Progmm.  Wall holp you dovolop your  own training program lor pooplo  7 who ennnot got or hold n job (for'  nny ono of n numbor ol ronoonn),  Wo enn pay all direct twining  conto, And If your project qunlifloo  Canada Manpower could pay as  .  much nn 05% o( each vn^p'oyea'a  nnlnry, up lo a maximum of GI30  ��� jk    CiMiU  M.nj.ri*., C.rp'p.  Maaatt��w��f  anlt Imnalgr atiftf^  flrptpun AriU'M  MiftltMr  C��nlr��d<Malrfil<��ii��.��  do Canada,  M.tn-caat.a.ri  "  at iTPmiprmiAn  6i��*i(afl Afa4f��aa  Minniia  por wook for tho duration of tho  training plan,,  You, In turn, will not'up, tho  couroo, with tho nnnlr.tnnco of tho  provlnoo of Drltlnh Columbia,  nnd will bo innponqlbln for tho  tinlnlna. '  Sit down with nn Indunuinl  Training connultnnl nt your nonront  Canada Manpower Contro noon,  " nnd Iflgolhnr wo onn dnnlgn n tmining program thnt will bonofit you  nnd your now omployooa,  Bocnuno whon you glvo  n porson n chnnco, you'vo got tho  hoot ond I .apploat employe�� of  Ihom nil ���  iwo-x,  i V  h  *    '        ,*  5  t  *  ���y  j% y$  11    k  -  j  %��:*.  Vai..?  k-  ������'J  IS"  ,* .  Page B-4 The Peninsula Times  Wednesday, November 20,1974  "CHINA JIM "Wilkinson and his wife,  Lola, are pictured flying en route to  China, where Wilkinson was posted  recently by his employer,  CP Air.  During his stay in the country, the pilot-  writer will be sending back regular  "dispatches" for publication in The  Times.  Very few cars  EDITOR'S NOTE: Following is the fourth in  a series of first person articles by A.B.  "China Jim" Wilkinson, a part-time Porpoise Bay resident who recently was posted  ,<.to.the People's Republic, of China by his  employer, CP. Air.  BY A.B. "CHINA JIM" WILKINSON  The food in China is good. It is so good, in  fact, that unless considerable attention is  given to restraint and exercise, we would  soon find we have offended (or broken) the  bathroom scales. The most convenient  exercise is "walking", and we try to get out  for a long walk at least once a day.  Our hotel, The Hsin Chiao, is located just  a few blocks from the centre or square of  Peking. When we first arrived in China, it  was an experience to investigate every side  street in the area, and soon we were quite  comfortable in finding our way around. The  street signs are, of course, in Chinese/and we  had to remember our way back by use of land*  marks, rather than signs. No two streets are  the same', so thlsrbecame ���easy after a few  days. ''��� 7'H ; 7 ���'���������������, 77,77,..  .Tlie first thing we noticed about the  streets of Peking was the lack of "human"  7 rubbish, The streets are clean. They .sweep  them when necessary, but for the most part  they are clean because people have been  taught from childhood hot to "litter". It is a  matter of personal discipline and pride that  causes adults and children alike, to do their  share in keeping tho streets clean.  NO GRASS  The next thing wo found was tho lack of  grass. This bothered and depressed mo fpr a  few days, but I got used to' it. Tho theory is  that not only is grass area a waste of land,  btit it also contributed to tho infestation of,  flics and mosqultos, Tills may well be true,  /Y  To each and every one  supported me in village  council election.  I would like to tako the  opportunity here  to say thanks.  Frank Leitner  because there are very few flies in Peking.  "The public areas, where you would normally.  expect grass, have been hard surfaced, or  have been made into packed clay. This gives  the streets a drab brown setting" which is  offset only by rows of beautiful trees.  The parks, however, are a different story.  Although grass is limited, flower gardens are  abundant. The centre square is surrounded  by beautiful flower gardens and it is a delight  to walk through them. After we had "done"  the shops, we usually ended by walking  through these pleasant gardens. The flowers  are remarkably the same as we would find in  a public park in Canada. Recognizing the  many species, I felt quite comfortable and at  home among old friends. I like flower gardens, and it was very interesting to see how  the arrangement of colour was used to  establish designs. Solid beds of red on white  backgrounds seems to be a favorite.  The people on the streets are pleasant.  We, of course, aro "different", and we often  caused the people to stop and stare, but we  were always treated courteously with no sigh  Of enmity. The Chinese people are basically  happy by nature, and this was in evidence by  ihe pleasant open faces around us. No one in  China is rich, but we saw no signs of extreme  poverty either. There are no beggars on the  streets, as you Would find in,many other  countries, and we saw no indication of  distress or hardship.  FEW', CARS  Although there aro very few cars in  1 Peking, (compared to streets in Canada) the <  streets aro completely full of bicycles.  Everyone has a bicycle rather than a car^  and, at rush hour, it is ah interesting gamble  to see If you can mako It across the streot  between hundreds of weaving, dashing,  .cyclists. 7 ,   . ,/7,   , y   '  Tho bikes are not Just used for people  movers, thoy are used to movo anything ond  everything. Groat loads of vegetable greens  can bo scon n block away, nnd only after  closo Inspection do you find that way down  under, In the centre of the pile of grcens;iS ny  cyclist doing a miraculous job of keeping his'  balance.  There Is a ruling that requires  nntomobllcs sound ' their horn beforo  passing n bike; ns n result, tho few cars nnd  trucks thnt nro on tho streets must keep their  cluxton honking almost continuously, Tho din ,  of nolco, however, does not bother the cyclist  In the lenst. Ho (or she) continues ns If ho  were alone In an open field, nnd cannot bo  hurried nor redirected by any nolso or show  of threat, Even people without legs ride  bicycles by( operating tho chain with Uiclr  hands,,  Tlio streets at rush hour nro completely  full of people and bicycles. ,On top of that  come the transport buses, and then,' as if that  weren't enough, along come several country,  folk on a cart pulled by a horse. These carts.  are very interesting^ as they, are pifed high  with produce or wares, and atop all that are  perched the country folk, their worn and  tranquil faces calm amid this crush and  clamour. Without fail, each horse cart has a  companion burro trotting along side, to keep  the horse happy.  TRANSIT  Mass transportation in any large city is a  problem, and,Peking is no exception. Large  transport trucks are used to move workers to  and from industries, and packed in like stove  wood, they seem to find a delight in  comradeship and sharing, for often you, will  hear a group break into spontaneous song.  Buses are readily available through all parts  of the city, and this is probably the backbone  of the mass transit system.  ..���": The busies, although very large, have the  capability of being able to hook an extra  section on behind, thus avoiding overloads  and long delays. These "extras" are con-  ���;; veniently parked at strategic busy bus stops,  so that they can be coupled onto at short  notice, as demand requires, with no bother of  awaiting a second bus and a union driver.  Tho streets of Peking ore, of course, old.  With a history that goes back as far as that of  China, It is to bo easily understood that; each  street has a story to tell. Our street, the  streot where the Hsln Chloo hotel is located,,  used to bo the street of,Diplomatic Con-  solates. Over the last few hundred years this  street has experienced many Interesting and  exciting events! There is no record of it, of  course, but my active fantasy would easily  convince mo that Marco Polo visited this  street, and may have been tho first "International"' diplomat to stay hero,  SECHELT ��� Theme for the Sechelt Hospital^  Auxiliary -Smorgasbord   was- 'Captain's"  Dinner' held at the Old Legion Hall in Sechelt  Nov. 9.  Stepping into the hall was to immediately  be on board ship. The nautical decorations by  decorations chairman Mrs. Muriel Eggins  and her crew, Mrs. Erna Cole, Mrs. Esther  Berry, Mrs. Hazel Haddon. and some fellow  called Chuck, were excellent.  The tables done formally with a single  rose in a Vase, mints were held in a small  blue ship. The smorgasbord table, which  draws everyon's eyes, was elegant with  silver _ candelabras, -white candles, a  beautiful bowl of white mum and red carnations. This bouquet was drawn as a door  prize and won by Mrs/Jean Wood.  A great assortment "of flags draped the  walls which also held charts of local waters  .and cartoons by L. Meadows very cleverly  done. A drawing of a lighthouse added  another realistic touch. The windows had  been changed into portholes'; the whole effect  was great, a royal salute to the talented  chairman.  Master of Ceremonies was Don Douglas of  Gibsons who kept the evening rolling along  on an even keel. Convenor was Mrs. Peggy  ' Connor assisted by president Mrs. Ina Grafe.  Mrs. Dorothy Carter was responsible for the  Sechelt eyes  sewer, sys  SECHELT ��� Delegation from Sechelt  village council was slated to fly to Victoria  November 15 to discuss with the department,  of municipal' affairs possible means of  financing a sewage,treatment system.  Plans for the proposed system were  submitted to council's last meeting by  Martin Dayton of Dayton and Knight, consulting engineers.  Phase 1 of the project would involve  construction of a $615,000 secondary treatment plant, service lines and outfalls.   "  As the need arose, the system could be  expanded to the phase two level at an additional cost of $72,000, said Dayton.  Additional phases could be constructed to,  keep pace with expansion in the village, he  told aldermen.  If the financing discussions are successful, council is expected to proceed with  the project.  According to Dayton and Knight's  recommendations, construction of phase 1  would start in late 1975.  food, seeing it was hot and plentiful on the     Dinner music and dancajaccompaniest-  Table7aided by~Mrs. Charlotte Jackson.  Mrs. Mae Normintori expertly attended to  the garnishing of- the delectable food.  Hostesses at the door were Mrs. Eve Moscrip  and Mrs. Lee Redman. The congenial  doorman was Mrs.' Jack Redman.  The 'old salt' tending bar was Charlie  Monk. The salty tar selling tickets-was Mrs."  Charlie Mond. Their crew members -were  Mr. and Mrs. Pete Smith and the Jenkins,  Harry and Doreen, assisted by Mable Mc-  Dermid and Mrs. Ellen Berg.  Entertainment was provided by 'The ,  Captain's" Dishes'. Choreographer Mrs.  Ronnie Dunn joined the,lady sailors in a  production of 'Anchors Aweigh', 'Has  Anyone Seen our Ship?' and ending with the  'Sailors's Hornpipe' with a solo by Ronnie of  'The Drunken Sailor'. The opinion of this  writer would be biased, so no comment will'  be made, except a warm thank ybu to Mrs.  Dunn for her teachings. She and Mrs. Ruth  Forrester are members of Halfmoon Bay  Auxiliary. Besides them the sailors were,  Mrs. Ina Grafe, Mrs. Dorothy Carter, Mrs.  Erna Cole (who generously let her floor be  used for practise) Mrs. Dorothy Goeson,  Mrs. Bobbie Bodnarek and Mrs. P. Connor.  was Mrs. Helen Sinclair, such a talent on the  piano and a great help at rehearsals.  The 'Penn Kings' provided the music for  dancing, greatly adding to the evening's fun.  They have their first recordings on sale.  Watch for them at local stores.     ������  The roast beef was cooked and arranged  by gourmet cook "Uncle" Mick (Mickey)  and done to perfection. The rest of the food  was cooked by members of the auxiliary,  with an assist by Sechelt Inn on the deep  frying. ���  The mouth-watering dishes included  turkey, sweet and sour ribs, cabbage rolls,  curried prawns, codfish balls, crab, salmon  and salads, including some magnificent  jellied ones. For dessert, squares, tarts and  cheeses with grapes were served."  This just mentions a few of the workers.  The whole auxiliary takes part, some  cooking, some baking and all aiding one way  or another. This working together is what  keeps an organization growing. The cooperation from the businesses dealt with for  the 'do' was 100 per cent.  Best of all were the people who attended  and had- so much fun making this again a  successful smorgasbord.  Transcendental Meditation  as taught by Maharishi Mahesh Yogi  Lecture '�� Thursday - 8 PM ��� Saturday ���  Whitaker House, Sechelt  1-4 PM  &���'  Sechelt Notes  ��� By Peggy Connor  Mr. and Mrs. Ernie Demers from Sault  Ste. Marie, Ontario have spent a pleasant  holiday with Mrs. Demers son and family,  Constable Bob Ogden at Davis Bay.  Mrs. Eileen Patrick stopped for a visit  with Mrs. Ada Dawe on her annual trip to  Powell River while husband Sid stopped at  home on Quadra Island.  CLEAN UP  The Sechelt Boy Scouts and Girl Guides  were busy the first weekend in November  cleaning up the ^cenotaph, Hacket Park and  streets of Sechelt Not enough said about the  good tilings the kids do and this was a big job  well done. Our salute to you.  Phone me your news anytime. Deadline  for news is Tuesday.        , ; 7  CARIBOO ALITO SALVAGE LTD.  Quick Removal of all Scrap Metal  Objects-'LARGE OR SMALL'WE  HAULEMALL'  Specializing In Trucks and Heavy  Equipment of aH types, also Car:Bodlcs  and Tin removed. 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It's a wlno oholco, HonnuBo at Wostwood wo uso  tho HnoHt, klhi-drlod mntorlalii and tho latnot      :  tooluioloKy lo build qunlity homoH at n roniionablo coal,  What'n moro, wo dan holp you all tho way���from  Initial doHluii to flaliihod product, Wo can ovon  holp you nrrnnRO finnnolnfi,  If thdro'a n now homo In your futuro, lalk lo your  Wontwood doidor.  >  And find out wjiy Dnvld l'p.skltt flnyfir��WnR,t wood Iff"  Hlmply ono atop ahoad of any othor ayHlom."  mrtrnrtmmm  J BUILDING SYSTEMS LTD.  jim-crick  COE  CONSTRUCTION  ENTERPRISES  Box457  Box 24  Sechelt, B.C.  Garden Bay, B.C,  Tel: 885-9951  Tel: 883-2691 ,   1 ,   .,  1 p-  _ ~P*">"*      ..    JI j  7 '-Y,-'/,.  K2 "���*; j- j ' ,  _    a y I  *'s< y\ lyis  I,   * .' ,-  Wednesday, November 20,1974      The Peninsula Times  PageB-5  Howe Soundings  \  y  Q  '"S  kf  THERE WAS scarcely one pane of glass  left intact at Wilson Creek Day Care  Centre after vandals broke in Nov. 11  and cut loose with broom handles.  Examining damage is centre director  Margaret Pearson.  ' .���iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiHiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiintiiir|  The United Church       I  of Canada I  SERVICES: S  St. John's United Church - Davit Boy     s  Sunday Services - 9:30 a.m.   "        jj  Gibtont United Church        -   ~    |  Sunday Services - 11:15 a.m.  | MINISTRY:  S Rev. Jim Williamson, Gibsons, 886-2333      1  "������������IllllllllllllllllllilllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllUIIIC  u.....iiiiiiminniiniiiiiiniiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiininiiiu  5  WILSON CREEK Day Care Centre  director Margaret Pearson literally  picks up the pieces after vandals broke  into the building, Nov. 11 and caused  around $1,000 in damage.  Highlights of the CBC .  Vandals ransacked the Wilson Creek pay  Care Centre Nov. 11, causing an estimated'  $1,000 in damage.  The culprits knocked out around 40 panes  of glass, smashed toys and poured a bag of  coffee over the floor.  A color television set and a collection of  near-new toys were untouched.  RCMP said they believed they had  identified the vandals as two local juveniles,  who are also suspected of breaking into a  nearby house the same night and disturbing  the. contents.  ' No charges have yet been laid.  Gibsons Pentecostal  HIGHWAY & MARTIN  Sunday School 9:45 a.m.  Services 11:00 a.m. and 6:30 p.m.   ...  PHONE 886-7107''  I | Pastor: Gerry Foster  Riiifuiiiumiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiaiuiiiiiiiiuiiiijuiif  Sunday Services  Socholt; ' Gibtont:  Holy Family St. Mary's  Sat. at 6 p.m. Sun. at \ 1 a.m.  Sunday at 9 a.m.  Pastor: Rev. Father,E. Lehner  885-9526  ST. HILDA'S ANGLICAN  CHURCH, Sechelt  SERVICES EVERY SUNDAY:  8:30 and 10 a.m.  SUNDAY SCHOOL: 10 a.m.  THE REV, N. 3. GODKIN, 883-2640  LIFT YOUR HEART IN  JOY TODAY  Joy, on a spiritual basis, is reliable. It's as  Jesus said; "Your joy, no man taheth from you."  Broadcast this Sunday ovor many stations  -Including! CJVB 1470 Kcs at 9.30 a.m. 7 '���'.  TRUTH  H���fltS  A Christian Science rmllo serins.  4Wy7^  l  in the  School Boatal Election.  Your encouragement was 7  appreciated.  Peter Prescesky  A cavalcade of colourful characters from  the gold rush era parades through a six-part  series on B.C. History ��� "Miners, Gentlemen and other Hard Cases" written by  playwright George Ryga.  Ryga had based his scripts on stories from  N.L. Barlee's now defunct "Canada West"  magazine. The two writers are neighbours in  Summerland.  The mining era in the Kootenay-Bounday  region is seen from the vantage point of 1974  through the eyes of a newspaper editor. The  style is entertaining, rather than informative  in textbook style, with ballads arranged and  performed by Dick Clements- interspersed  throughout the episodes.  Ed McNamara is narrator for the series  which was directed by Esse W. JLjungh  (former head of CBC radio drama, now  living in Victoria) and produced by Don  Mowat In Vancouver.  The first episode, subtitled "She'll Be  Comin' Round The Mountain - or Won't  She?"' can be heard November 22 on The^  Bush and The Salon at 9,03 pm. George Ryga*  came to national attention with the "Ecstacy  of Rita Joe". The Royal Winnipeg Ballet's ,  version of the play will be telecast on CBC-  TV   Muslcamera   series   on   Wednesday  November 20 at 8.30 pm.7  WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 20  Concern 8.03 pm 'Homosexuality';; An  exploration of male and female  homosexuality which has existed since time  began. Part 11,  Country Road 10.30,pm ��� Country,and  Western Music - host; Vic Mullen.  THURSDAY NOVEMBER 21  Themes and Variations 0.03 pm A musical  yiucUwopl Canada's ���mbsit.fnmoua!sololst��,���,1  ' bassists Garry Karr and bassoonist George  Zukcrman revive tho 18th century tradition  of Uio musical duel. Producer Brian Start  warns thoro Is "no blood or sudden death."  Part 11 Robin Harrison, planoi Sonata ln,B  minor. Op 50 Chopin.  Jta Radio-Canada 10.30 pm a concert  featuring Dr. Music and Vocalist Lynne  -McNellr  ';���;���--.  FRIDAY NOVEMBER 22  Schools Broadens! 2.03 pm Understanding  your government, first of a,four part scries,  Canadian University Football Final  Vanlcr Cup College Bowl 5,03 pm. Doug  Mcllrnlth of Winnipeg will call tho play whllo  former CFL player Bob Davidson will handle  y the colour commentary when the two top -  college teams battle for IJiq Vanlcr dip.  The Bush and the Salon 0,03 pm George  Rygn's ''She'll bo comln' round tho Mountnln  -or won't she?"  SATURDAY NOVEMBER 23  , Our Native Lund. 12,10 pm In tho foothills  of Alberta, somo non-Indian young people  and their native brothers and sisters come  together to learn nbout each othor and appreciate ono another na Individuals of different ethnic backgrounds. I  Opera by Request 3.03 pm Featured  Opera - The Merry Widow, Franz Lehar,  starring Elisabeth Schwartzkopf and Nicolai  Gedda.  Grey Cup Countdown 6.10 pm A look at the  weeklong events that are an integral part of  the celebration.  Symphony HaU 6.30 pm Beethoven concert by Montreal Symphony Orchestra,  conducted by Rafael Fruhbeck de Burgos;  Josef Suk, violin.  CBC Stage 8.03 pm "Yes is for a very  Young Man" by Gertrude Stein, adapted by  Peter Brockington. 1974 Is the centennial of  the American poet's birth and this her last  play.   .  Anthology 10.03 pm "Out of the Blue" a  story by Marc Plourde. Also poetry by Kay  Smith of St. John, New Brunswick and  theatre,review by Peter Hay.  Orchestral Concert 11.03 pm Winnipeg  Symphony Orchestra conducted by Piero  Gamba. ���..;. ��� '7' y '7  SUNDAY NOVEMBER 24  Grey Cup Preview 12.30 pm reports from  CBC sportscasters. ��� ;  Grey Cup Game 1,30 pm live from Vancouver's Empire Stadium play by play  commentator is Bob Plcken, analysis, Zeke  ' O'Connor.' ' '."  NHL Hockey 4.30 pm Montreal Canadlcns  meet the Buffalo Sabres,  Entertainers 7.03 pm Tho Royal Canadian  Air Force. Interview with and music of  English singer Rod Stewart; French  Canadian group/Beau Dommago, now songs  by Ian McLean of Edmonton,    7  CBC Playhouse 10,30 pm Tho Sound of tho  , Planet Dissolving - by Anno Lcaton.  Quebec How 11.03 pm looks nt the Quebec  educational system.  of Nova Scotia's eastern shore.  Touch the Earth 10.30 pm Bluegrass  ���special, the Good Brothers and the Toronto  Area Bluegrass Committee.  TELEVISION  . WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 20  The Nature of Things Mind and Hand 0.00  pm What happens when a person makes a  voluntary movement? We know that certain  electrical impulses originate in the brain,  and are transmitted via nerve channels to  the muscles.  Muslcamera, The Ecstacy of Rita Joe.  8.30 pm. the Royal Winnipeg Ballet  production. Much of the outdoor filming was  done in Winnipeg and on the Roseau Indian  Reserve.  A Third Testament'9.30 pm. Seventeenth  century French scientist and philosopher  Blaise Pascal - presented by Malcolm  Muggerldge.  SUNDAY NOVEMBER 24.  7 Meeting Place 10,00 am service from Iona  Presbyterian  Church,   Dartmouth,  Nova  .Scotia,'' ��� ���'.'������''���;  ; Come to us 10.00 pm. documentary  examines Canada's immigration policy over  the past seven decades.  Monday November 25  7Tho Old .Timers M.Ofl1 pm'from,British  Columbia Including our Martha Warnock,  -   In many respects, the Remembrance Day  ceremonies in Gibsons were no different  ��� ^l^ffiersffiatlverertakingplace in~towns~  and villages across the country. It was a  ���'- typical November day with its desolate air of  sadness and decay: leaves which so recently  were ;alive with colour were lying dead  around our feet. Umbrellas and plastic hats  didn't do much to keep the people dry as they  /stood silently around the Cenotaph. But in  one respect there was a difference.  The Cenotaph at the Royal Canadian  Legion, was new; and was, in fact, finished  only the day before.  It was.designed by a local veteran and  member of the Legion, who is also president  of the Gibsons Old Age Pensioners  Organization. He is L.D. MacLaren of Pratt  Road, a.veteran of two world wars, wljto  came to B.C. hi 1919 with the 'Princess Pats.'  7 The /memorial he designed bears  emblems a wreath and a torch. Itxrillhave a  swordfas the central emblem laterjvnen the  mould becomes available.  Mr. and Mrs. MacLaren were on a trip to ,  .Hawaii"and were not present for the unveiling ceremony on November 11.  , Legion    officials,    Ladies    Auxiliary,  Veterans, two R.C.M.P. Brownies, Guides,  Cubs, Scouts and a small crowd of spectators  took part in the service. Padre Rev. David  Brown conducted. In the hall the service  continued with the Elphinstone High School s>  Band providing the music. The students from  a Grades 9-12 made a major contribution by ,  their ��� smart appearance  and their fine .  playing, both in the hymns, and in their  selections ��� "Amazing Grace" and "Tip-  perary." Bandmaster Mel Campbell conducted.  Further tributes were paid to those who  gave their lives in two wars, by the laying of  wreaths at the Cenotaph.  The legion, their Auxiliary, the O.A.P.O.,  Village of Gibsons, Lions Club, Kinsmen and  Gibsons Building Supplies laid floral  tributes.  After a service that was considered impressive to all who were there, a hot lunch  was served to over a hundred people,  amongst them the band students. Veterans  and guests enjoyed the hospitality of the  Legion and shared memories, like the two  men, who were nursing orderlies at  Shaugnessy Hospitals. Catering was done by  the Ladies Auxiliary.  To honour veterans of the first world war,  the Gibsons branch of the Royal Canadian  Legion has for the past five years put on a  special evening of entertainment on the  anniversary of Vimy Ridge. While thirty men  attended the first year, the numbers were  down to eight last year, i  Though their ranks are thinning, they will  be remembered as long as the Torch of  Freedom burns throughout the world.  FUND RAISING  A Tupperware Party was held at Gibsons  1 Elementary School on Wednesday November  By Margaret Jones 886-9843  13 to help raise funds for the trip to Mexico  which the Grade 7 students will be making in  Mafchy^~ J ; yy>  ., They will require an extra week to travel  there and back in the Spring break, going by  chartered bus, and staying in billets with  students along the way. The majority of the  children are planning on going, and are  helping with the fund-raising.  Fathers are assisting them on a woodcutting project, mothers are having bake  sales on alternate/weeks, at Super-Valu and  Co-op.   '  Watch for posters advertising events in  their campaign which will run from now until  spring.  REHEARSING  'The Castaways' are now-rehearsing for  their winter Revue on Tuesday evenings at 8  p.m. in the Sechelt Elementary School. New  members ^welcome.  cLeod named  to head club /  John McLeod has been named to head the  Sechelt Garden Club. "  McLeod was elected president of. the  group at the group's annual general meeting  recently. He succeeds J. Allen who moved to,  the position of programme director.  . Vice-president is Eric Nielson and Miss E.  Harrols is secretary. Treasurer is Mrs. Sue  Evanetz. .  Bulletin director is Mrs. B. Gough. In  charge of social is Mrs. Louise Belfour.  Directors are Mrs. V. Reeves, Mrs. N. Read  and Mrs. Jo Postilwaite.  At the meeting, Frank Read gave a talk  on mums; how to grow and feed and disbud.  There were some beautiful specimens. called  Majestic on display.  The club will recess until February 5  when the new executive will be installed.  MVB nixes driver  tests in Gibsons  GIBSONS ���It is "quite impossible" at-the  present time for the Motor Vehicle Branch to  provide a driver testing service in the  village, according to Glen Standen, assistant  chief examiner.   .'  He was replying in a letter to a request  from council to include driver testing in its  present insurance and licence issuance  function.  Standen noted, however, "we are looking  into the possibilities of having a driver  examiner attend at locations on the Sunshine  Coast within the very near future."  Aldermen were unhappy with Standen's  , reply and agreed to pursue < their -bid for  driver testing facilities in the village.  At present, Gibsons residents must travel  to Sechelt for driver examinations.  .   Modern lino of glosses' from Franco ���  Many sizes and syles. Miss Bee's ��� Secholt.  See us for your winter tires  We have a great selection of new & re-capped snow tires  Our trained mechanics will be glad to service your auto  for those rugged winter months ahead.  1ES  Box 636, Sechelt, B.C.  Phone 885-2812  MONDAY NOVEMBER 25  Music of our People 0,03 pm Alexandre  Zclklno, folkslngcr, musician, storyteller nnd  adventurer, accompanied by Milan  Kymllcka and tlio orchestra sings songs from  French Canada, Peru, Bolivia, Russia,  Englnnd nnd Israel.  .'��� Identities 8,03 pm Belly Dancing ��� dating  back to the day a of the Pharoahs, this ancient  art la now the rago of North America. Sandra  Shatllla attends tho Jazz Danco Academy In  Montreal and starts her first lesson.  Machismo ��� what happens to tho self Imago  of Uio mnlo Immigrant from Italy, Greece or  Spain when he feels his authority, virility and  honourbolng threatened by tho Cnnndlnn  way of llfo?       *  TUESDAY NOVEMBER 20  CBC Tuesday Night fl.03 pm A re-creation  of the funeral of Henry Purccll, Not many  composers havo written the music performed at their own funerals, Henry PurceU,  ono of England's greatest composers, died on  November 20, 1695, nnd tho music ho had  composed for Queen Mary's funeral was  played at his own funeral too,  Snapshot The Third Drunk by Donald  Cameron 9.30* pm, an affectionate' but  horrific memoir of life among tho fishermen,  apnH  jggjg  mu��2��  BUB  gggg  ____^  REMEMBER OUR LITRE ADS AD IN THE REAL ESTATE SECTION OF THIS PAPER OVER  THE PAST MONTHS OFFERING TO LEND YOU MONEY? WELL, WE SHOULD  NOW LIKE TO INVITE YOU TO LEND US MONEY.  We are, paying extremely high interest rates on deposits now and would be  very happy to discuss the best plan for you.  lONTHmNCO^  $5,000 to $99,999  ���int��ro��t)��-P.q.Wjraoot.h!y���on lhe>9t._J^I��i^^  day of each month and at maturity or       90 to 179 days ...... r I   ,.....,. 9 V& %  prior to rodomptlon, . _ \     ,        '. 1  interest  will  not  bo  paid  alter      180 days to 2 years,..... ... .v..................9%  maturity, . 2 years to 6 years 83/4%  Bonk of Montreal  Gibsons- 886-2216 Madeira Parle - 883-2718 Sechelt - 885-2221  WE LOOK FORWARD TO SERVING YOU SOON I ■<>     \
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ON BEHALF of the people of Sechelt,   individuals also laid wreaths, in the
Mayor Harold Nelson laid a wreath at   November 11 service,
the Cenotaph. Many other groups and -
Punched girl in head ...
A Sechelt youth was fined a total of $700 at suspension,
provincial court Nov. 14 when he pleaded In other court news, Robert Hill of
guilty to four offences, including punching a Halfmoon Bay was fined $350 and banned
girl in the head.           '      ~.           ^ from driving for three months when he
Steven Joe, 19, was charged with im- pleaded   guilty   to   refusing  to   take   a
paired driving, common assault and two breathalyzer test,
counts of causing a disturbance by swearing. McCallum said Hill1 was followed into
Crown prosecutor Hugh McCallum said Halfmoon Bay by police, who saw him cross
Joe began using insulting language at a local the centreline five times and, on one oc-
service station Oct. 27 after police warned casion, stop completely, "blocking traffic."
him not to jdrive his vehicle because he was -     Accused was unco-operative with police,
intoxicated.                             - court was told.
Shortly afterwards, Joe was involved in a Hill said there was a personality clash
disturbance at the Peninsula Drive-in. He between the officer and himself. He said his
shouted at the waitress and used insulting erratic driving was due to the dangerous
and obscene language, said McCallum. road. He had stopped to allow a line of cars to
The assault charge  arose  while  the pass him, he told the court,
waitress was trying to clean a counter, court
was told.,   t            , -
Joe, leaning on the counter, refused to ^|y?£__.§#"* pi   ^l^ulK
move when the waitress asked him to and, &*&*?& %V&&  ++& h&AJ
when she "gently nudged.him", the accused Ji      .         ^.^ _,,___
"punched her in the head.!'' @HQS   S@dSOH
Later that evening,, said McCallum, Joe
was charged with impaired driving after' v&?| §1*   &•&•&§   ©I'I Oil?
Gibsons RCMP found him walking around a W & fk&&  %A& %   &&&\J W
car which had been driven into a ditch. "     „__,         ,   ,       , _. . „. o1  . ,   _. .
Judge J.S.P. Johnson fined Joe $50 and ™e newly-formed Sechelt Sketch Club
$100 respectively for the two disturbance ™& terminate their- first season with an art
charges, $250 for assault and $300 for im- am^r   ,       .„.   . ,.. m  ., _    .....
paired driving. On the driving offense, Judge p T*e f™ *J»» held in Trad Bay Mall in
Johnson also imposed a three month driving Sechelt from 10:30 a-m-to 4P-m- November
, A spokesman for the club said twenty-twox
_/ y members of the club have been working on at
1 least one new painting a month from a
' designated location for landscapes, or to
create an original composition from a given
§ theme, done in their; own studios at home.
. . "By working in this'; manner',", she said,.,
"the members have expressed individuality
Annual meeting for the purpose of elec- and imagination in their works and :we feel
ting new officers, and discussion of new that our alms are being realized."      ■,
, business has been called by the Scholarship, r^ '^ js a non-profit organization and
Bursary and Loan Society. ls limited to 22 members who are required to
The meeting will be held December 3, at 8 j^   actively   engaged   in   painting   and
p.m. in the library, Elphinstone Secondary producing at least one original painting a
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post-secondary students in achieving further ii\m>wnut>
education in vocational or academic studies. The Sierra Club of Alberta has, published
1   Representatives from donor societies, an Information sheet entitled '^Alberta's
individual donors and anyone Interested In Athabasca Tar Sands". Write to the Sierra
the organization are welcome. Club at 3019 Boil Ayenue, Calgary, Alberta.
Continuing education ...
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b oxtered loo
KARIN HOEMBERG, limber. It Is an extremely enjoyable form of
7 pleased to announce that wo finally have |n the more classical forms. It also allows a
found un Instructor to teach Acrobat, Modern \ person moro freedom to express his own
Danco, Bnllet nnd Tap. x Individuality and crcntlvity.
Joanne Glampa is In her mid-twe'ntics nnd Ballet pan fee taught to anyone from five
hns been dancing since sho wns three, Sho Is years of ago. It would definitely require nn
eager and willing to share her knowledge hour lesson a week, Tho course ls scheduled
with children nnd adults on the Secholt to begin with fundnmentals such ns Uio
Penlnsuln. correct arm nnd feet positions, the basic
About tho program, Joanne explains that work, point work and danco routines, For
sho will offer acrobat to young pooplo from anyone learning to figure skate, this would bci
five to 10 yoars of ago, vory useful, Tnp will be offered to tlio flvo to
 It will require at least inn hour lesson per 10 year olds, It requires a half hour to 45
week, Tho course will Ixjgln with basics such minute lc.%son weekly, Tap helps people to
as sommcraaults, cartwheels,, forward and develop a sense of rhythm,
backward bends, Thaistudents will gradually Routines will bo taught In all of these
ndvnnco Into moro difficult mnnoouvcrs such ,inncC3    „fter    the    fundnmentals    arc
as aerial work, 'lids dnnco Is considered reasonably well mastered.
™ -oxtromoly good for mind nnd body dlficlpllno. .- Joanne's final remarks are that '.dnndnfl
Acrobnt to adults will not bo offered |fi n form of tho arts ~ not academic - but It
because very few are agile enough, besides is   definitely   an, excellent   method   of
which Jonnno thinks that they probably will developing coordination between a person's
, not enjoy lt. ,  mind nnd body, Sho feels that dancing would
.Moderni dancing la a combination of tap, i* very bencActe),-especially for cSilklren,
ballet, and even n bit of,acrobnt. Joanne Is since very few opportunities of this sort
willing to tench people from Uio ago of nine, exist In Uio nrea,
.   llils stylo of dancing Is mainly used In Tlie program will bo advertised In tho
popular musical shnwssuch as "Hollo Dolly" beginning of tho now year, ond tho courses
and "Mamo", It does not require ns much will tnko plnco In .Sechelt Elementary Bchool
discipline as ncrobnt or ballet, but It docs Monday, Tuesday nnd Wednesday 5.30 p.m.
keep a portion mentally alert and tho body to 7,30 p.m.
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