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'a'To    ^^^SSfavT'y^    ,,     '    ~  Serving the Sunshine Coast, (Howe Sound to Jervis Inlet), including Port Mellon, Hopkins Landing;<3rqr.tfibms Landing, Gibsons; Roberts Creek/' ':/  Wilson Creek, Selma Park, Sechelt, Halfmoon Boy,-Secret, Cove; Pender Hrb��� Madeira Park', <|d^er|(^^'li^ine's Landing, Eqrl Cove, EgmOnt * i  LARGEST CIRCULATION OF ANY PAPER ON THE SOUTHERN SUNSHINE  Union' ��<tJS3a��.   Lobe'  This Issue 16 pages ��� 15c  'Y -*  Volume 12, No. 2  Wednesday, December 4; 1974  1'  "fc  I.  i  1   ,  1           ".  r  r   . ��� ---���".'    ��� .-��� -"     -���. _. __:_. .__ _.- :���.:'_.-��� kJ".  SECHELT ��� The' Indian student  residence wiU be closed down June 30,1975,  because of rapidly falling enrolment.  Sechelt band manager Clarence Joe told  The Times that the three Powell River-area.  bands which send children to the residence  had negotiated with the federal government  to .establish their own ��� residence nearer  home.  Between them, these bands account foF  around 70 per cent of the 78 students  presently living at the residence.  Already, the facility is operating at little  Response to pressure ...  better than 50 per cent capacity, and the  gradual withdrawal of more students would  make its operation financially impractical.  The residence was originally designed for  120 students. ,  yJoe stressed that the decision to close  down the facility had not been initiated by  either the Sechelt band or the Department of  Indian- Affairs."  The demise of the Sechelt residence is  , part of a Canada-wide trend, said Joe.  Throughout the country, bands are setting up  their own education departments as part of  I       -     .       "V^^-J  * * ���* *;* ��z* o *z&>z* v* * "*  ���a-      pi***  as  WINNING TICKET is the Gibsons lions  400 Club draw was pulled out of the  barrel by Miss Gibsons Lions_Leslie  Lynn.  The, ticket meant $3,000  for  Madeira Park resident Ronna-Mae  Pockrant. Miss Gibsons Lions draws the  ticket under the supervision of, from  left, Ken DeVries, Larry Boyd, Ken  Crosby and Jay Vissar of the Gibsons  Lions.  -Timesphoto  <?Ia response to pressure from Sechelt  Teachers' ���- Association and other local  groups, the school board has agreed to seek  outside advice Dn the selection of a new  district superintendent.  Trustees voted to, "incorporate outside  advice... in the same manner as, that  employed by School District No. 47 (Powell  River) in the selection of their current  district superintendent of schools."  - In that district, the board set up an advisory committee representing parents,  teachers and students, said Don Reid,  secretary-treasurer in Powell River.  "The , committee drew up a list of  recommendations and passed them on to the  board," he explained.  Reid stressed, however, that the committee was not directly imvolved in the  selection process. , ,.'������.  Present superintendent Roland Hanna  Hanna's retiral, Phillipson said a superintendent would be available to the board on a  temporary basis:  The Sunshine Coast's 'summertime' ferry  service will now be all year long.  MLA Don Lockstead reports, "As a result  of my representation to the government B.C.  Ferries has agreed to retain the extra crews  scheduling of the MV Langdale Queen."  , For the pa^t few years the MV Langdale  Queen has served as an extra ship on Route  --in*  etlresfrom the Sechelt district at the end of    three between Horseshoe Bay.and Langdale,  m.    aOwi-l., -T-.    rf-l       , >-      '       ���..���.       Y   ''.      ' ' "     '   '" '     ���_��_.   ���     >��   ���   ��� *     -     1."     i   '    "~  "a^Vj ' J     'jit.     ���'       r-'lt    '""  Sechelt and District Chamber of Commerce have come out firmly, opposing  another wharf development at Secret Cove.  At the group's meeting last week, they  voted to go on record opposing the planned'  development for Lorfg Arm on Secret Cove.  The development is being headed by Secret  Anchorages Ltd. which, the meeting was  told, is made up of members of the West  Vancouver Yacht Club.  The Chamber also opposed a development  by the Royal Vancouver Yacht Club in the  same area some time ago, but were not  heeded by government officials, it was noted.  The matter, was brought to the group's  attention by the'Area B. Ratepayers In a  letter: Chamber president Frode Jorgensen ���  presented a verbal report on the developments at the site.  He said the first arena site there was  passed by the Social Credit government  under local opposition because of the possible  pollution factor. That part of Long Arm, he  said, had jpoor flushing .action and was a  confined space. Ho said hp believed the area  should be protected.  The letter from the ratepayers asked that  the Chamber not support the development.  "This was all discussed when the Royal  Vancouver Yacht Club went in there. Now  it's the same only worse." A vote was called  for and the chamber voted to support the  Ratepayers protests.  The wharf development came up the next  night at the Sunshine Coast Regional District  meeting,  Regional Chairman Frank West noted the  board had received four letters of opposition  to the development from residents in the  area.  Alternate-director and director-elect  Peter Hoemberg said he had! received four  more letters and they would be added to the  fout already on hand when the matter was  reviewed in committee. ,   '  According to an advertisement placed by  Secret Anchorages recently, they are applying to set up, "a small boat dock," in  Secret Cove in front of Lot 2309 and on water  lot 2856.  The notice said that one month after  publication of the notice, the group would  apply to the Ministry of Transport for approval of the site and plans.  The notice was published October 23.  Chairman West of the regional board  noted the new dock proposal was beside the  Royal Vancouver Yacht Club's dock and was  designed in such a way that it lined up  exactly with the adjacent dock.  the year,   ^y  The department of education said it  would, "...give the board every opportunity to be involved with regard to the  selection of a permanent replacement for  Mr. Hanna."  In a letter, to board, J. Phillipson,  associate deputy minister of education, said  he expected the board to assume the  responsibility of selection, but indicated  trustees were free to seek advice from interested groups or individuals.  "The scheduling of interviews (between  the board and applicants for the post) cannot  take place before the middle of December at  the earliest," said Phillipson, "because of  the time it will take for this office to arrange  interviews for new staff and, subsequently,  for the public service commission to formalize those new appointments."  If the position cannot be filled before  The ship has been provided with one full crew  for year round service. Further, twovextra"  crews have been provided each year from  about the commencement of the Easter  Holiday until after the Thanksgiving  Weekend. In essence, the sip has had three  full crews approximately six months out of  each year.  "As a result of the demonstrated need to  increase service to the Sunshine Coast area,  it has been decided that it is now necessary to  man this ship with three crews on a year-  round basis. This will provide for sailing  schedules throughout the year similar to  those, now provided during the summer  period only," MLA Lockstead sajd.  Langdale Queen returned to service this  week after a short refit period.  "What will happen in effect," Lockstead  said, "Is that the break after summertime  service just won't occur."  their general development programs.  He noted that residences in Alert Bay,  Port Alberni, Cranbrook and Squamish had  already closed down and others were in line  for closure.  Hie local residence sits on $1 million  worth of real estate, said the band manager.  "We have great plans for it." <.  The history of the Sechelt residence is  - closely tied in with the development of native  education in the area.  In 1904, the Sechelt band built a wooden  schoolhouse from the profits of their hand-  logging interests, Joe recalled. This was  operated totally by the band for five years,  until partial funding was gained from the  federal government.  The teachers at St. Augustine's, as the  school was called, were all nuns sent over  from France.  "When they got here, they could hardly  speak\English,'" said Joe.^  The original building burned down in 1916.  At that time, Joe, himself, was a pupil in the  school and was'one of the first to spot the  flames and sound the alarm.  After the fire, band children gained their  education in a number of temporary, wooden  buildings near the site of the present  residence until, in 1922, work started on a  permanent residential school, the same  building that stands today.  It was officially opened in 1923 by the  Commissioner of the Department of Indian  Affairs and turned over to the band.  "When Indian organizations started  pressing the government for schooling for  their children, the Indian Commissioner  came here in 1945 and asked if our school  could be used as a residential school for  orphans and children from outlying areas,"  said Joe. "At that time, the'band said 'no'."  But in 1952, a new Indian Commissioner,  W.S. Arniel, made a second approach4o the  Sechelt band.  "The band held a refef endum," said Joe,  "and we agreed to hand over our school to  ��� .the government for a residential school, for  -���children .frOtt^ouMd^^'a^ea^e .didn't  ' relinquish the rights to the building or  receive payment for it. The government used  the school by straight courtesy of the band."  The government did, however, build a  new school for local  children  in compensation for use of the residence building.  That school now serves as the band's administration office.  Since 1952, an estimated 10,000 children  have passed through the doors of the  residence.  , Closure of the building June 30 will mark  the end of an era  in  the educational  ��� development of the local native population.  Temperatures have been hovorlng above  tho freezing mark In the, tows," but this week  wo mnnuged to break 00 dp tlio high side of  Jho.scnl6^���.',,���u,.7iiii^^.i,,^^i.>w., \mi^ ,,,.������������������..   :*Novoml)wl2*7'Nov^  Weather  November 22  November 23  November 24  November 25  November 20  November 27  November 211  I'jOW High  33 41 .:  :io ��in  41 51  30 40  ,35 42  30 ,47  ,35'  44  Total for week 1:40  November 11,34  107452.91  mmws  Secholt nnd District Chamber of Commerce will be Rolng ahead 'with plana for a  store-front Christmas decorating contest  nf\n\n,  TJio Idea started Inst year nnd members  agreed at tho Ixmrd'n recent meeting that It  wan n Howl Won l0 cn^y nn> '  Tho posalblllty of a trophy or cup for tho  winning Htoro Is belnR looked Into.  Prcolp  .35 lno,  .00 ins.  .42 ins.  nil  .05 Ins,  nil  nil  For the first time in five years, local  teachers have negotiated a salary and  benefits' agreement with Sechelt school  board without arbitration, ',  The package gives teachers an average  salary increase of 16,05 per cent, the largest  pay boost to date.    '  Also increased was the school district's  share of certain fringe benefits, bringing the  teachers' effective raise to 16,35 per cent,  According to a Joint press release: Thero  were also several changes |n the contract  wording, which reflect a major change in tho,  relationship between Uio board and Uio  teachers' association, evidenced by the fact  that this Is Uio first negotiated settlement  ,���,botweMn:thb,partlcsilncoJ009.1��w-��*��^������,  In light of Uio recently attained Improved  relationship between teachers and Uio board,  boUi sides were reluctant to glvo further  details of tho contrnct settlement, which was  ratified at a special meeting Nov. 27.  Negotiating for tho teachers were Brian  Stolck, Geoffrey Mndoc-Jpncs and Tcrronco  Miller. The school board bargaining team  comprised trustees Pat Murphy and Peter  Prescesky, along with secretary-treasurer  Roy Mills,  Canadian Forest Products' Port Mellon  mill lost one days' production last week when  Boilermakers' Union representatives from  Vancouver plcketted the mill.  They set up picket lines Nov. 25 when they  learned members of their union were  working on a construction project at the mill.  Tlio Boilermakers' Union is presently on  strike, tho only group to turn down Uie recent  construction Industry wage settlement.  MlUworkers refused to cross the pjeket  line, and three shifts of production were lost  before the management obtained an in-  junqtlon against the plcketting,  LOOKING OVER recently ratified  salary contrnct nro representatives of  Sechelt poachers'. As,sociatlon and  school board members. Agreement was  reached without nrbitrnUbn for first  tlmo In flvo years. Standing, from Ix5ft,\ Mills,     school    bonrd     secretary*  Frank Fuller, STA president; Agnes treasurer; Brian Stelck, STA negotiator  Labonte, school board chairman; and and trustee Peter Prescesky, school  trustee   Pat  Murphy,  school   board board negotiator,  negotiator, Seated aro from left, Roy  oecii .Group  gets gronl  Sechelt and District Association for  Retarded Children has gained a grrint of  $14,407 from tho provincial,Local Initiatives  Program. ,  Tho money will be used... to hlro four  teachers' aides for 20 weeks to help or��anlzo  preschool nursery classes for mentally  retarded children on tho const..  'Tho grant Is ono of 2? for tho Const  Chileotin irkllng recently announced hy  Robert Andrns, minister,of manpower and  Immigration.  opcites vein  Pender Hnrbour contractor Doug  Fielding has donated n 10-pnsscngor van for  uso by tho local olementury und secondary  schools. ',",,���  A registered society hns beep established  to operate tho vehicle, which wlU bo used to  transport "students to sporting and cultural  activities, ���  Schooi district superintendent Roland  Hanna described Fielding's donation ns, Ma  magnificent gift on tho part of a public  spirited citizen,"  Tlie 1974-modcl bus has a range of 100  miles, sold Pender 'Harbour Secondary  School teacher Brian Stelck, a member of tho  -bus"Socletyr���-�����������--������--������^-^������-^;--~--T~  [erciuylondJWbs  on spoils pages  ; Tho tldo tables normnlly found In this  corner of the page-hnvo been moved,  Tho Mcrcurylnnd Tides will from now on  1x5 located on tho Sports pngolnsldo. I      1.  '  J  . 4 'Costs kept down  <*)_.., AjeS?     PENDER HARBOUR-The new Legion  '" x.f-V-c��'''&_Y-1    building in Madeira Park was built for  U|l      ~ , ll  A -ljl ?.^<  ��� ill I   ��       * ^    \  ill-' h  $100,000. This is remarkable due to the, fact  that over a year ago, the cost was estimated  at $90,000 or over. As everyone knows the  price of labour and materials has  skyrocketed in the past year so this is quite  7 an achievement.,  in new Legion  Branch President Alan Thompson said a  large share of the credit should go to the local  builder and other tradesmen who cooperated  in the venture. He said builder Wilf Harrison,  who also installed the plumbing, gathered,  material for months before the building  commenced thus avoiding the price  escalation of lumber and other materials! .  -,He also thanked the carpenter Norm  Morrison, Roy Blanche, who installed the  heating and Bill Clayton, Ralph Yull, Klaus  Mueller and others who did yeoman work on  the project. The building is indeed a credit to  the community. *,' -   ,  .. Rocyclo this Hewepeporl  Page A-2  The Peninsula Times    MADEIRA  PARK  LEGION  opened    of the local contractors, the building  their new $100,000 building this week;    ended up costing much less than an-  Wednesday, December 4,1974  but do to some shrewd work on the part    ticipated.  ���Timesphoto  . It's a special weel for music lovers with  Opera, Leonard Cohen and Karajan. The  Metropolitan Opera is back with all the  trimmings, Opera news of the air, Texaco  Opera Quiz, Singers Roundtable and Milton  Cross ���for its 35th season. Judith Blegen  and Franco Corelli star in Gounod's Romeo  and Juliet, Saturday at 2 p.m.  The Entertainers, Sunday, 7:03 p.m.  features a revealing and candid profile of  singer-poet Leonard Cohen interviewed by  Malka.  CBC Tuesday Night 8:03 p.m. presents a  documentary about the illustrious conductor  of the Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra,  Herbert von Karajan.  WEDNESDAY DECEMBER 4  Concern 8:03 p.m. Part 1 of Judaism and  Human Rights report from a 3 day conference .held at McGill University. Part 11  Proposed changes for women in Jewish  religious practices.  THURSDAY DECEMBER 5  Themes and Variations 8:03 Charles Ives  1874-1974.  FRIDAY DECEMBER 6  School Broadcasts 2:03 p.m. Understanding Your Government, International and Federal-Provincial Relations.  Between Ourselves 8:03 p.m. The Man. in  the Flying Machine - documentary about  bush piloting in Newfoundland.  V, The Bush and the Salon 9:03 p.m. Third of  George Ryga's contemporary history series -  The House Warming and the Clam Bake.  Part 1 - The Legend of John Kirkup, Part 11  Dreams are made of Gold Dust.  SATURDAY DECEMBER 7  Metropolitan Opera from New York-  Romeo and Juliet, Gounod. 2:00 p.m.-6:00  p.m.  Symphony Hall 6:30 p.m. Montreal  Symphony conducted by Franz-Paul  Decker-Three Places in New England,  Ives; Piano Concerto No. 4, Saint Saens,  Horacio Gutierrez soloist, and Symphony No.  5 Prokofieff.   a.  CBC Stage 8:03 p.m7 As Loved Our  Fathers by Tom Cahill to mark Newfoundland's 25th year as a Canadian province.  Anthology 10:03 p.m. Portrait of Quebec  novelist Hubert Aquin.  Orchestral Concert 11:03 p.m. Vancouver  Symphony Orchestra, soloist Ronald Turini  piano.  SUNDAY DECEMBER 8  NHL Hockey 4:03 p.m. Montreal  Canadians neet New York Rangers.  The Entertainers 7:03 p.m. Royal  Canadian Air Force and 90 minute profile of  Leonard Cohen, includes poetry and songs -  Field Commander Cohen, Bird on a Wire,  Please Don't Pass Me By and There is a War.  CBC Playhouse 10:30 p.m. Senator  Connor's Big Comeback a science fiction  drama   by  Vancouver  writer   Crawford  At film society  WALKABOUT proved to be quite a  popular re-run with many people in the  audience seeing the film for a second time at  the Kwatahmoss Film Society. The short  subject which-was a film on Japanese Noh ,  Drama came in for some criticism, but not  nearly as much 'as',,The Audition^ the short  subject from the week previous which was  quite badly done. The one previous to that,  Buns, was, much admired. Scheduling of  suitable short films to complement the main  features can be almost as' trying as endeavouring to keep to the planned schedule of  features.  This week's feature is one of the best-  known and most widely-acclaimed films in,,  cinema history. I think it was Francois  Triiffaut who said: "To see Citizen Kane for  the first time.Is learn to see again". Once  again, I am grateful to, Keith Wallace who  has contribute^ the following programme  notes, I am also grateful to our secretary, Joy  Graham who gets the programme notes out  to members so quickly and efficiently and to  our treasurer, Jeremy Young, for a, wonderful job of keeping the books.  "As Charles Kane, an eminent newspaper  publisher Is dying, he murmers his last word  ,, . "rosebud". Consequently a reporter Is  despatched to find out who or what  .���rosebud" Is, nnd we are given an Indulgent,  "absorbin  which Is a thinly, disguised rendering of Uio  , actual career of newspaper magnate, WlHlanj  Randolph Hearst,, Reaction by tho Hearst  press was ono of Uio reasons for tlie film's  original box-office failure, and Its being  shelved for, over a decode; Only after tho  death of Hearst has it been reissued. ,  ���'R.K.O. Pictures Invited the twenty-five  yenr old Orson Welles to como to Hollywood  to make his first movie, allowing him an  unlimited budget, Ho accepted and brought  with him his own company from tho Wlcrcury  Theatre (of radio fame) which Included  Agnes Moorchcnd and Joseph Cotton,  Welles not only produced and directed Uio  picture, but also played tlio role of Charles  ��� kflno.TOila sort of freedom for a newcomer  w��ai unheard of In Hollywood at tjirit timo,}  and Uie whole project was considered a  gamble,  ������Because of Its rich experimentation,  Innovations nnd combinations In  photbgraphyr editing "nnd sound,? Citizen  Rape evolved ns the most advanced film of  its tlmo (1941), With tho exception of somo  typical llMO's process slioto, tho picture  Ib really ns up-to-date ns many of today's  ; films, Welles and Gregg Tfolnnd; who was one  of America's most Influential camera artists,  caused n innjor re-Uilnklng of photographic  k   ���'   i �� 1  techniques with the use of heavy shadows;  distortions and extreme deep focus. All of  these cinematic techniques resulted in  Citizen Kane being one of the most talked  about films in cinema history. Most critics  include it in. their top ten lists, and the 1962 '  poll of international crltlcjj.;yoted the picture  first among the gr'eatestl films of all time.  Francois Truffaut said h# loves the film  because it is complete, psychological, social,  poetic, dramatic, comic, baroque, strict, and  demanding."  As this Is being written, many Film .  Society members are eagerly anticipating  Uie remarkable Nazi ��� propaganda film  Triumph of the Will, supposedly the record of  the Nazi party convention at Nuremberg in  1934, but actually an event staged like some  colossal Hollywood production, staged not  for the benefit of the participants but for the ;  93 comeramen who photographed it, making  lt a photographic apotheosis of Adolph Hitler.  Thip filmIsentirely In German, but there  are slides which accompany tho film giving a  translation which Is projected on the screen.  I would llko to aqknowledgo tho help of Mrs.  Kerbls and David Hauka for cueing and  operating tho slides and also of Ray  Boothroyd who undertook a considerable  amount of extra work In setting up stands for  Uio slide projectors In tho projection room  arid giving:his time for a very necessary;;  practlco run through. WiUiout all of tills holp, [  wo would not have tad this unustial opportunity to see a film which (la not generally  available and which has been called by  Richard Griffith: "ono of tlie most Important  technical and nrtlstlq mastorworks in film  history." ���'���,....,       , ., . "777  Killian. Senator .Connor is "revived" and  interrogated in the year 3660.  MONDAY DECEMBER 9 ,  Music of Our People 8:03 p.m. Songs for  Hannukah sung by Malka with Milan  Kymlicka and Orchestra.  Identities 8:30 p.m. How can they afford  it? Why do so many immigrant workers  seem to be better off than their native  counterparts?  ��  TUESDAY DECEMBER 10  CBC Tuesday Night 8:03 p.m. Profile and  critical assessment of Herbert von Karajan.  Part 1, Aspects of a Star Conductor. Part 11,  Karajan in Berlin, the conductor talks with  Robert Chesterman about music, his orchestra and preoccupations.  Touch the Earth 10:30 p.m. Sampling of  songs from the Women's Workshop at the  Winnipeg Folk Festival.. Daisy DeBoit and  Marie Lynn Hammond.  TELEVISION  WEDNESDAY DECEMBER 4  The Nature of Things 8:00 p.m. vital role  of frogs, snakes and turtles in the environment.  Muslcamera 8:30 p.m. The World of  Victor Herbert, a sumptuously staged  special produced by Neil Sutherland, Vancouver.  A Third Testament 9:30 p.m. Malcolm  Muggeridge . talks about philosopher  Kierkegaard. '"   ''���-"  ���fy<\p.iJp-,  First Person Singular 10:30 p.m. Part;7  Diplomat at War.   , y '-  FRIDAY DECEMBER 6  Dial 100 9:00 p.m. Special focuses on the  drama surrounding ALexander Bell's in*  vention..  SUNDAY DECEMBER 8  Meeting PLace 10:00 a.m. Service from  Gloria Dei Lutheran Church in Vancouver  . Rev. Mr. Frank Schmitt will officiate.  Performance 9:00 p.m. new series of  dramas - An Angel Against the Night by Lyal  Brown. .  MONDAY DECEMBER 9  8:00p.m.-10:30p.m. Arthur Miller'smuch  discussed.play after the Fall.  TUESDAY DECEMBER 10  Prime Time 10:00 p.m. host Don McNeill  features magician Doug Henning and Beryl  Fox,  ^^^^^^^^^0^^^^^M^^MM^^^^^^^W^^^^^^^^i^m^&^  PENDER HARBOUR  8-Tra��fc Tapes  jjggjSJj^  SgfEg'^W  Bms^ssasmsfSBSsmmiS.  M  I 081 C*SI 0*31 ��39 _S53S IES9 8531 _E9I I  B PENDER HARBOUR COMMUNITY     B  I aya                 ���  J prosonts                          |  a iHEW YEARS EVE QAHCE J  n   1   (���attiring  ������'������' 'THE BLUES KAZOOS'  I IHj'l   >   I    I I   ��"H���I    �����    ���'��   ��,l|,   l  Tlckota ~ $6.00 por ponbn  0 aiyh* 7  n    PENDER HARDOUR COMMUNITY  HAU  jj  10:00 p.m. to 3:00 a.m. J  DufUt Suppor and R*f r��shm��nti 1  Remember the deadline dates  for mailing your cards  before December 13th  for out-of-town  before December 17th  for in-town  AT CHRISTMAS TIME:  13&17 = 25  For better service:  ��� make sure cards and parcels are addressed  correctly and legibly  ��� show apartment numbers and street names in full  ��� ��� indicate the postal code  ��� make sure you apply sufficient postage and  wrap parcels correctly  ��� and finally make sure you remember the mailing  deadlines:  ��� before December 13th for out-of-town.  ��� before December 17th for in-town.  Canada  Post  Postes  Canada^  Bryce S Mackasey.'Mimster Bryce S Mackasey. mmislfe  Pimm  ,���><��   ������: i*.  ,H~  > ,,.,   Y'  AIRWAYS LIMITED  P.O. Box 640, Sechelt |  SECHELT - VAMCOUWER HARBOUR!  ^SHOPPERS  SPECIAL- ��P1L5Jb1W RETURN FARE; i  LEAVE SECHJELT 8 Ai a  Return from Vancouver: 3:30 p.m. scheduled flight.l   |  Mon r Sat.    inclusive. Travelling time 1/2 hr, |  For Reservations Phone:  SECHELT 885-2214    VANCOUVER 685-4922  INGLIS SUPERB WASHER  FRONMOADING   '  PORTABLE DISHWASHER  AT  INGLIS SUPERB DRIER  Highway 101, Madeira park  Phone 883-2513 The Peninsula Times Page A-3  Wednesday, December 4,1974  .. By Robert Foxall  \ /There was so much to report for Senior  7 Citizens Association No. 69 last week that two  .items were omitted.  . Y. Dave Hayward reminded the gathering  . 'that he had a few seats open for the Jan. 5  . matinee performance of the ICE CAPADES.  .; Phone Dav&Hayward at 885-9755 if you would  ^like a place on the Bus. Seats have been  i reserved for the show.  .   Emery Scott advises that the New Years  '. Eye  Party has met with  an  excellent  ., reception  and  an  excellent evening  is  *, assured. Perhaps we should declare a week  > of rest for Seniors right after New Years. ,  ;     Beside all the family visiting during the  Festive Season and the weekly Dance .and  Carpet Bowling we have the  following  Schedule; Dec. 1 Concert at Elementary  Schoolj Dec. 4 Shopping Trip to Vancouver,  Dec. 19, Christmas Dinner at Old Legion -  Hall  Seems to me that, perhaps, those of us  staying home are going to have a warmer  time than those who are running to the South.  B  eae  Gibsons Hospital Auxiliary will again be  accepting donations in lieu of local Christmas cards. -'"  Donations may be made to the Hospital  Christmas Fund, Bank of Montreal or Royal  Bank, Gibsons.  Further information may be obtained  from Mrs. Dorothy Cruice, at 886-7266.  The list closes December 13.   ,  7 Judge J.S.P. Johnson asked two sisters to  place themselves voluntarily on the liquor  interdict list when they appeared before him  Nov. 28 in a common assault case.  Pearl Louie had charged her sister, Sylvia  Julian, with common assault. But, before the  case was heard, she asked to have the charge  withdrawn-' .',"',,���-   '"'   *���   <  "You can't stop and start court cases,"  said Judge Johnson. "Once you sign a.  complaint, it's not Up to you to stop the case.."  On the advice of the sisters' mother, he  gave Louise and Julian the alternative of  placing themselves on the interdict list or  continuing with the case. They agreed to sign  'the pledge'.  '!U.  tl  >     !Va Mr      S   '���  mvyM  ~.tf*U     .Mr a,   4"    "fc  ���������������-   .   *-      i. J     .      .    __   _ t  TEN YEARS SERVICE goes along with    hospital at that time are still oh the staff  ten years in its present location. It's  been ten years since St. Mary's Hospital  moved to its present site in Sechelt.  Eleven of the staff who were with the  of the hospital. Gathered around the St.  Mary's dedication plaque are, from left,  George Eberle, Dr. Paetkau, Jean  Stewart, Dr. Swan, Dr. Inglis, Mrs.  Daly, Carolyn Keeley, Louise  Christiansen, Dr. Hobson and Dr.  Burtnick. 'Missing is Sheila Danroth.  ���Timesphoto  Halfmoon. Bay Happenings  - J ____! .  ���        I . -     ��� - ���      ���      ��� -  "���   ���-by Mary Tinkley  Announces  as  Don Lockstead  -��� MLA, Mackenzie  We have come to the end of a short Fall  Session of the Legislature that has seen the  passing of several important pieces of  legislation.  The most important of these were related  to changes in the Landlord and Tenant Act, a  Natural Products Marketing Act, setting up  of Forest Products Board and amendments  to the Assessment Act. All of these are affected to some extent by the present inflationary trends and depressed marketing  conditions.  i The fact has to be faced that the decline of  the lumber market in British Columbia is  almost a direct result of the decline of  housing starts in the United States. While our  volatile lumber market is related to the  American political climate, the pulp market  is doing well.-  However, the situation of the independent  sawmills is critical. From 1955 to 1972 the  . number of independents went down from  approximately, 2,400 to about 600 due to  forestry policies of the day. During the past  two years this has now increased to over 800.  However, their existence is once again being  threatened because the large corporate pulp  mills refuse to pay the going price for wood  chips. The establishment of a Forest  Products Board is an attempt to stabilize  wood chip prices and assist the independent  sawmills to remain competitive in order to  maintain a steady rate of employment in the  forest Industry. ,   , '.:>._'.  Amendments to the Landlord and Tenant  Act have been made necessary to replace the  Residential    Premises     Interim     Rent  Stabilization Act. Yearly rental increase has  now been set at 10.6 per cent and to en- -  courage Investment In new Cental Units the,  act allows new owners a five-year period  without rental controls.1 The government has ,  had to strike a delicate balance between the  needs of landlords and tenants. Neither  group Is entirely satisfied but rentals must  remain within Uio reach of tenants and at the  same tlmo bo attractive enough to landlords  so that rental accommodation will not dry up  entirely.  Although amendments to tho Assessment  ,,, Act are Jong ovcrduo.Jnlgoncraltho ,,19747,  assessments of land and Improvements will  bo re-Instated until further study of this,  complicated subject takes place, This follows  the   recommendations   of   the   SpcclnJI  ,  Legislative Committee on Assessments,  The Natural Products Marketing Act in  effect sets up a marketing commission to  regulate all marketing boards related to  agricultural products.  Tho Honourable Dob Williams, Minister of  ijands, Forests and Wntcr Resources baa  stated further, as n result, of the I^nda  Committee, of which I nm Cbhlrmnn, Uiat  Flvo Thousand lots will bo made available  for residential purposes on Crown lands In  1075 on a long term basis with option to  renew, on rural and semi-rural nreas, and  further consideration will bo given to small   holding and recreation leases,  All of these pieces of legislation have  Implications whlcfi directly affect Uio con*  fitltucnta of Mackenzie.  J look forward to spending Uio next couple  of monUis In Uio constituency and meeting  wlUi you7"���',''""'       "  Christmas, though it comes with unerring  regularity, invariably takes some of us by  surprise, with only half our Christmas cards  mailed and our cupboards with all kinds of  exotic ingredients still to be made up for the  seasonal feasting.  This year, in particular, it is difficult to  realize Christmas is only three weeks away,  for our glorious Indian summer throughout  September and October has lulled us into  believing that the year is younger than it is.  And how quickly and painlessly  November has passed, with bright sunny  days breaking up the periods of rainfall for  which the month is usuaUy so notorious. Let  us hope that all the precipitation, we have  missed isn't going to descend on us in the  form of snow.  Christmas film show at the Welcome  Beach HaU on Thursday, December 5 will be  on Austria. The program will include  'Welcome to Austria', Motoring through  Austria' and 'Marvels of an Austrian Winter'. "An Idea Conquers The World" is a  film about a childrens viUage, and,  for ttie horse lover, there is an exceUent film  about the magnificent white horses of the  Spanish Riding School in Vienna. \  A reminder that by courtesy of the  business men of Sechelt, the shopper's bus  serves the Redrooffs Road every Thursday.  The service is on a six month's trial basis, so  if passengers need it, they are recommended  to support it regularly.  A slight change in schedule is announced  for tomorrow's bus, which wiU arrive at the  Bayvievf end of the Redrooffs Road at 10:20  a.m. and at the junction of Trout Lake Road  and the highway at 10:40 p.m. The return  journey is unchanged, with the bus leaving  the Sechelt depot at 1:30 p.m. The new  schedule wiU give passengers an extra  twenty minutes in Sechelt.  While Ernie Tjensvold is studying Industrial electricty at the B.C. Institute of  Technology, his wife Virginia^ with their  baby daughter, Marie, is spending her time  in Halfmoon Bay between Uie home of her  parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Nelson and Uie  Ed Tjensvolds. Ernie manages to join his  family ait week-ends.  7 In the meantime, Marie, who recently  celebrated her first birthday, Is having a  wonderful time being spoiled by all four  grandparents. She is the first grandchUd for  both the Tjensvolds and the Nelsons.  This week's carpet bowling at the  Welcome Beach HaU wiU be the last until  January. Also closing down for ttie Christmas recess is the square dance workshop  which has had some very successful and  enthusiastic sessions covering a number of  dances and routines.  .More traveUers back from the popular  Reno trip are Mrs. R. Warne and Ed Edmunds who report that they had a few wins  and a few losses, but all in aU, it was a most  enjoyable trip.  TEM DEPOSITS  30 to 59 days 10 1/4%  60 to 89 days '... 10%  90 to 179 days 9 1/2%  180daysto 1 yr 9 1/4%  3 to 5 yrs 9%  SAVINGS ACCOUNTS  8 3/4% minimum monthly balance  CHEQUING ACCOUNTS  * FREE CHEQUES, NO SERVICE CHARGE  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  Does Your Club or Group report  its Activities Regularly to The Times?  4>  John Hall  There arc few, If any, Jobs In which ability  alone Is sufficient, Needed also are loyalty,  sincerely, enUiuslasm nnd cooperation,  885-2439  CARPETS     DRAPES  -���CERAMIC TILES  COMPACTORS  GARBAGE DISPOSERS  Doyo Flak  eeing is PeBiefing:  An exciting new adventure In cooking. Tho annexing  "JMN-AIH" /tango andI Char-flavor Grllll Fully  operating In our showroom tor live demonstrations.  9 COMPLETE RESIDENTIAL AND COMMERCIAL PLOORCOVERING  SERVICE .   .,  ,  CUSTOM MAdE DRAPES FROM FAMOUS CANADIAN MILLS  FREE IN-THE--HOME ESTIMATING AND SELECTION~SERVICE  ' SERVING THE ENTIRE SUNSHINE COAST  Showroom Hour*: 9:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m., Tuesday to Saturday.  Opposite now Regional District Offices,  WHARF 6IOAD - SECHELT       PHONE: 885-2922  mmimmmmmmmmimmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmfmaf, For Fast Ad-Brief Servico  PHONE 885-3231  BIRTHS  QIPSONJ AND SECHELT   -  WBSTBRN DRUGS  ... on pfatnad to sponior thlff  Blrtfi  ABMHincatnant' apace, and.  extends Bost Wishes to the happy,  ENTERTAINMENT  GIBSONS LANES-Open  bowling Friday 7-11 p.m., Sat.  and Sunday 2-5 p.m. and 7-11  p.m. 10328-tfn  OBITUARY  STEVENSON���Passed away  November 26,1974, Agnes May  Stevenson late of Port MeUon, in  her 35th year. Survived by her  loving husband Dennis; 2 sons  Dennis George and Ian David;  her parents George and Agnes  Purves, Edinburgh Scotland; 1  brother Ian and sister Georgette  in Scotland. Funeral service was  held Saturday, November 30 at  Gibsons United Church. Rev. J.  Williamson officiated.  Cremation. Harvey Funeral  Home directors. 10743-2  IN MEMORIAM   In loving memory of a dear  friend Paul J. Hatfield, who  passed away November 28,1973.  1 Sad and sudden was the caU  So dearly loved by one and aU;  His inemory is as dear today,  As in the hour he passed away.  Sadly missed by Ray and Carol  Dixon and family, also Mike  and Etta Meketich and  family. 10741-2  CARD OF THANKS  THE nk^st nurses in the world  are to be found at St. Mary's  Hospital, Sechelt. (I know ��� I  was there.) Vince BothweU. ,  10731-2  I WISH to thank Don Westersund  of Westersund Chemists,  Madeira Park, for his medical  help and personal attention.���L.  Kelly. 10737-2  ^^^aa������������mm~mmmmmm������~���m  PERSONAL  BAHA'IS   believe  in;   1.   The  oneness   of   the   world   ofy  humanity. 2. The independant  investigation of truth. Phone 886-  2078 and 885-9450. 10419-52 .  ALCOHOLICS Annonymous  meetings 8:30 p.m. Thursdays,  WUson Creek Community HaU.  Phone 885-9409; 885-2896._ In  Madeira Park meetings Wednesday at 8:30 p.m. in the  ConynunityHaU., .       10551-tf.,  PHOTOGRAPHS   published   in  The Peninsula Times can be  ordered for your own use at The  Times office. 1473-tf  HELP WANTED  [Continued]  BANK   of   Montreal,   Sechelt  requires teUer. Exp.-preferred.  Phone Mr. Johnson for interview,,  885-2221 '   10650-1  HOUSEWIVES - Would you like  a part time lob that pays weU,  only takes a few days a month  and. aUows you to get out and.  meet people? You, would, be  calling on retaU stores that we  have been doing business with for  years. You need to be neatly  dressed, able to get along with  our customers and have your own  transportation. Please reply with  fuU particulars about yourself to  Bo��. 10679, Peninsula Times, Box  310, Sechelt. 10679-3  SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. 46  (Sechelt)  TEACHERS WANTED  Creek   Elementary  time    Kindergarten  THE     DRIFTWOOD  acknowledges   Uie  Players  foUowing  people's assistance with Pools  Paradise, which concludes  Gibsons Elementary School  Gymnasium at 8 p.m. on Tliurs.,  Friday, Saturday, Dec. 5, 6, and  7. WiUiam Wienhand, John  Harvey, Bob Barr, Rob Van  Buiten, Rev. Jim Williamson,  Brother Ed Ian Corrance,  Leonore Inglis, Margaret Inglis  andDonHanka. 10757-2  WORK WANTED  ..-���..���     .__,_._...__.��� ____,  M���M _������_���������     |-        |._���,���p ___.__���,��� ���  NEED a carpenter. CaU Bob  Crichton. 883-2312.        1365-tfm  WILL  butcher,  dress  or  cut  your  meat  or  game,  your  place or mine. Phone 883-9045.  . 3044-th*  PEERLESS   Tree   Services.  Benefit   from   experience,  Tree work .guaranteed and, Insured. Call J. Risbey 885-2109,  330-tln  ,  GENERAL   nandyman.    Car- '  pentry, painting and   light  htiuling. Ph. 806-0518. 2285-tfn  BACKHOE    avallablo    septic  tanks   sold,   and . installed.  Phono 886-2546. 10513-tf  LIGHT moving and hauling.  Houso and garden maintenance, rubbish removal; tree  cutting, etc. Free estimates,  Gibsons to Secholt. Phono Norm  080-9503. ,|,|,   10200-tfn  BUILD to suit, prefab houses,  ...  erections and.rcnovatlons. 805-.,  0951 eves. 10631-tf  FURNACE   Jnstallntlona' an^  burner  service.   Free   cstl-1  mntca.   Ph.  800-71U.      30-tfrt  SLED builder available for fuel  sleds nnd pnd.i on shovels, also  largo floats bolted, Pleaso phono  Jack Hlgglnson 885-9(545  oven. ,      10545-1  FOR nil your carpentry needs  call Homer Glass Jr, at 805-9410  10727-4  a. Roberts  School:  l.half  2. FuU time Remedial Teacher  b. Anyone interested in Substitute teaching in the District  please contact the School Board  Office giving fuU particulars as  to teaching certificate, if .tran5-  sportation is available, subject  areas.  Contact R. R. Hanna    --  District Superintendent of  Schools  Box 220  Gibsons, B.C.  10719-2  PETS  4 MONTHS OLD Samoyed pup.  Reg. and house broken. Phone  487-9507 PoweU River, after 6  p.m. nc-tf  ������������.���_���. ��� ��� ���- ��� .���A  AYERS   Mobile   Home   Park,'  we have trailer space available. Phone 885-2375r 9968-tfw  GOOD home and huge amount of  love requires . puppy. Prefer  husky or larger. Phone 885-  9336 10721-2  LIVESTOCK  New & Used Tack  QUALITY FARM SUPPLY  AU Buckerfield Feeds  Hardware - Fencing  Fertilizer - Purina Products  Alfalfa-Hay-Straw  We are on Pratt Road, 1 mile  south from Highway  PHONE 886-7527  -106644f  CERTIFIED farrier, Hans Ber-  ���  ger is coming to Coasts Ccfn--1"-  tact Sunshine Farm 885-3450.  ^ 994-tfn  2   HORSE   trailer   for   rent.  Cunningham's.   Phone   885-  9927. 3340-tfn  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  MORTGAGES  NEED MONEY?  1 Mortgages  Arranged  Bought  Sold  - First - Second - Third -  SUMMER COTTAGE  AND BUILDING LOANS  READILYAVAILABLE  ACADIAN MORTGAGE  CORP. LTD,  2438 Murine Drive  West Van. 926-3256  8909-tfn  Page A-4  The Peninsula Times Wednesday, December 4,1974  CLASSIFIED  ADVERTISING  RATES  Phone 885-3231   "Published Wednesdays by Box Numbers '.  50c extra  Powell,' River ' News  Town   Crier  Sechelt Times Ltd. Ugal or Reader advertising 40c  at Sechelt, B.C. per count lino.  Established 1963 y  Deaths,     Card     of     Thanks,     In  Memoriam, Marriage and  ft Engagement notices are $5.00 (up to  Member; Audit Bureau 14 lines) and 50c per line after that.  of Circulations Hour words per line.  September 30, 1973  Gross Circulation 14446 Birth, Notices, Coming Events take  Paid   Circulation   3894 regular classified rates.  . M filed with the Audit Bureau Subscription Rates:  of Circulation,  subject to audit. g   Mail:  1 Classified Advertising Rates: Local Area ' $7.00 yr.  , 3-line Ad-Briefs (12 words) Outside Local Area  $8.00 yr.  One Insertion  :....:.... $1.50 u.s.A  1 ..7$10.00 yr.  Three Insertions $3.00 Overseas  ." $11.00 yr.  Extra Lines (4 words)   50c j^j,,, Cit��eni,(  (Display Ad-Briefs $3.00 per column ^^j a^ $6.00  inch) Single Copies 15c  "In the event of q typographical error advertising goods or services, at  0 wrong price, goods or services may not'be sold ond 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.  A 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.  .' L  REAL ESTATE (Con't)  SOMETHING SPECIAL  Selma Park  This 3 bdrm waterfront, year  roynd home has an outstanding  viewVof Trail Bay with landscaped terraced access to good  beach. 10 ft. high basement, auto  oil heat. Immaculate throughout.  Low fifties. Mrs. Corry Ross  (Sechelt) 885-9250  L.E. KYLE 'Realtor'  1353 Marine, West Van.  922-1123 10694-3  GIBSONS���Gower Point, Vz acre,  waterfront lot Ocean Bay.  Esplanade, 100x214', lovely view,  treed with cleared bldg. site.  $21,500 O.N.O. owner. (112) 922-  2544 even., 10616-2  CHARLES ENGLISH LTD.  REAL ESTATE  AND INSURANCE  NOTARY PUBLIC  AND APPRAISALS  Gibsons, B.C. 886-2481  REAL ESTATE (Con't)  FIREPLACE need  Call 885-2325.  repairing?  10732-2  HELP WANTED  FOR RENT  CENTRAL    Glbsona, ��� former  school  board ' offices : above1  Kruse Dtufi Store. 885-9300,     -  740-tfn  SUITES to rent, heat and cable  vision Incl. Reasonable rents,  886-7830. MKKWL,  ������   '    .. - '�����-; : : 1  HALL for rent. Wlbon Creek;  , Community ������Hall." Contact  Marg Pearson. 885-2337.  3240-tfn.  "FREE 'i^tW ImontKaT^^a"'  needed work. 2 bedroom cottage, prefer married couple. 885-  2908, 10747-2  SECHELT aren-WF self' contained cmlto, turn. 88WWH),  10748-2  SUITES  TO  rent.  Heat  nnd  cablevision Incl.  Reasonable  rents. Phono 880-78,30.    H25-tfn  WANTED TO RENT  '_      i ���  FUJftWSHED'housed In Glbsona  nrca. from March 1. 1975 to  Oct. 31,1975. Contact J. BwUtota, '  747 Butto St., Vancouver. 10725-4  YOUR AUTOPLAN CENTRE  K. Butler Realty Ltd.  All Types of Insurance  Gibsons, B.C.  Phone 886-2000 or 886-9121  GOWER POINT ROAD  Well constructed 3 bdrm home  on 65' x 125' lotr Unobstructed  view. Lovely living room has  fireplace, open to large deck.  Dining area adjoining galley-  type kitchen. Full basmt. half  unfinished. A-oil heat. All rural  services. Easy terms on $39,900.  GIBSONS  Conveniently located level lot  65' x 130' in residential area,  short walk to PO, beach and  shops.. $10,500. Some terms  available.  Situated on 2 landscaped lots,  fully serviced. Older type family  home of 3 bdrms. Spacious living  room with fireplace. .Unique  kitchen arrangement. Lge. sun  :.PHONETOLLFREE687^5>^  Acreages���5 Acres on Lockyer  Rd. Corner Property, $23,000.  Rosamund   Rd.���Lot   90'xl05'  suitable for Trailer, all services,  $9,500.  Gibsons , Village���New Home,  Semi-waterfront, 3 Bdrm., Ensuite, full bsmt., Mortgage  available on F.P. $58,500.'  3 View Vots���Centre of Gibsons  Village, sewer, all for $40,000.  10 Per Cent Down buys you a  VIEW lot on Abbs Rd.at F.P.  $16,500.  ���  Roberts   Creek,. Lower  Road,  ��� Trailer lot with creek, $7,200.  Gibsons View lot, underground  services, $14,600.  Port ;Mellon, cozy 2 bedroom  home on landscaped lot, $15,000.  Browning Rd. Semi waterfront  lot, water and power, $15,000.  Dogwood Rd. 2 B.R. Bungalow.  Ideal for retirement, flat land  close to all services, $29,900   Gower Point, 3 waterfront lots  100x200'; cleared, $22,000. Terms.  Highway 101. 5 acres and small  home, partly cleared and 475' Rd.  frontage, $42,000.  Cozy 3 BR new home 1 block from  shopping centre, school and.  transportation, $38,500.  Mobile Home on landscaped %'  acre Porpoise Bay Rd. Offers on  $30,000.  K,A. Crosby J.W. Visser,  886-2090 885-3300  Don Sutherland 085-9362  10759-2  LISTING WANTED!  MEMBER  MULTIPLE LISTING  SERVICE  Norm Peterson 886-2607  10710-1  GIBSONS. Cosy 1 BR home  overlooking Keats on large  corner semi WF lot 60x175 with  good future potential. Fully  modern with features such as  large LR elec. heat sundeck &  partial basement. FP $32,500  with terms. Phone 886-7526 or  886-9042 10595-2  , GIBSONS $54,900  Brand new 3 bdrm, 2 level home  on Sargent.  Dbl plbg. Keats  Island, waterview.  SANDY HOOK-PORPOISE  BAY  2 lots waterfront $22,500. other  $9,900.  PENDER HBR-RANCH  22 fenced acres. 5 stables, riding  ring, grandstand, loafing shed,  Exc. smaller home. 2 streams.  $139,500.  FULLDETAltS  ������   ���   .,    BERTBARNES-922-5010  i   FRANK LARSEN-921-7395  ACADIAN MORTGAGE  7;7Y77,y926-3256 7\:    77..:'  Suite 205,2430 Marine Drive  West Vancouver  10728-2  PENDER HARBOUR REALTY LTD.  (ON HIGHWAY 101 AT FRANCIS PENINSULA ROAD}  REAL ESTATE 8, INSURANCE "~  PENDER HARBOUR - EGMONT - EARL COVE  11ELIABLR    and *��� permanent"  babysitter, Phono 805-9893 or  885-2800. y     10700-1  ~ AVON '  I have open territories in Roberta1,  Creek and Socheit areas. Ono can  bo" yourn. A.s nn; Ayon  representative you'll earn Rood  money, choose your own hours.  Sound Interesting? Call 885-21(1.1  339-2017 collect.  ,   10539-tf  REAL ESTATE  SELMA  PARK-Prlvnto  salo.  Ideal retirement or  starter  homo, good clean Condition, 2  bedroom with largo.'.kitchen and   HI. Recently updated, sign on  property, Owner will finance  with low down payment nnd will  carry contract tor suitablepnrty,  For further detail., call Mr,  Mooro 070-7104 bus, or 434-2881  res, 10502-4  Boautlful 4 bodroom homo with don on Rufcjy Lako. Built 1974,  ond has mony unique features, Carpotod throughout, Has carport  plus larao workshop and prlvato float, On Hydro, Full prlco  $75,000 with V_ down, r  BRAND NEW HOME���1120 sq. C a BRs and don, half base,  ment, Magnificent vlow of harbor. Sunny southorn exposure. An  oxcollont buy at $45,000,  GIBSONS RADIO CABS���This 3 car operation show* an oxcollont  i   return - Idoal for partnership, Just $40,000 F.P, with terms.  WATERFRONT -~ About KMMoot frontago In Domain Pay,  approx;, 1A1 aero lot, Level top, on road, power and water. F.P,  $29,500,  LARGIf HOUSE with Vliwoii'ovir"  property at Klelndalo, $40,000,  g������.���^.^^j���^���^,^^  SARGENTS BAY'���Beautiful waterfront vlow lot with easy access  to sand and pebble, boach.  Over ono acre of land. Offers to  $20,000 cash,  PHONE 883-2794  John Breen  883-9978  Jock Hormon,  883.2745  ;V"B&iri^^^  REALTY. LTDi  S^gSSESSSS^SSSSSESSSBBSBS  MftmSbtfWM  HWMHMaj  PHONE:  BOX 100, MADEIRA PARK, B.C.  PENDER HARBOUR 883-2233 TOLL FREE FROM,VANCOUVER 689-7623  ,   Member of Multiple Listing Service  HOME WITH POOL ��� HOTEL LAKE    .-.  Attractive 3 BR home with w/w carpet - acorn fireplace, % basement  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,O0O.,  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        f  18.96 acres on Hwy. 101 near Middle Point. Nicely treed property  with creek and furnished 2 BR cottage. $50,000.  WATERFRONT HOME ��� GARDEN BAY ESTATES  117 ft. choice waterfront with 3 BR home built in 1971. 3 bathrooms,  elec.  heat,   fireplace,  sundeck  with  sweeping  view  of  harbour. Partial basement with rec room and carport. Partially  landscaped. $75,000.  SEMI*WATERFRONT VIEW HOME  3 BR family home in Garden Bay ��� brick fireplace,  sundeck,  carport, full basement. On a level corner lease lot - fully  landscaped, fruit trees. $45,000.  WARNOCK ROAD - FRANCIS PENINSULA  ' Level acreage with over 600' road frontage (approx. 400' blacktop), 208' deep. Possible 7 lot subdivision. 2 BR Panabode home,  full-basement. $70,000.' Open to offers. Phone Jack Noble, res.  883-2701.  DOUBLE WI DE HOME - MADEIRA PARK  Fully furnished 3  BR double wide mobile home, 22'x56', new  1972, on permanent foundation.  Living room,  kitchen, 2 full  bathrooms,  oil  furnace,  washer,  dryer,  fridge and  dishwasher.  Large level lot with lawn"& vegetable garden. $37,000.  FRANCIS PENINSULA  Approx. 37 acres, partially developed with approx. 3,900* of primary road constructed, Possible 56 lot subdivision. $150,000.  WATERFRONT  GERRANS BAY ��� FRANCIS PENINSULA  133 ft. choice, deep, sheltered w^?erfront with 2 BR home, 1%  baths, brick fireplace, full basement with rumpus room and pool  table carport and sundeck, ramp and float. Washer, dryer, freezer,  range, fridge and dishwasher included. $77,000.  WATERFRONT HOME ���' MADEIRA PARK  Furnished one BR home, approx. 814 sq. ft., on small 52' sheltered  waterfront lot. Lower floor unfinished - room for,'2, additional BR's.  Large sundeck, Close to school and shopping centre - low taxes.  .   $45,0007:, ;',������'���,������,������'��������� '    ,f '   .'  vr  MIDDLE POINT ACREAGE  19.9 acres of nicely treed property on Hwy. 101, with furnished  ono.BR cottago - 2 pee. bathroom and sundeck. $42,000.  WATERFRONT LOTS���PENDER HARBOUR  GUNBOAT BAY ��� approx. 160' watorfront, sheltered moorage  on approx. 4 acres on Hwy. 101, near Madeira'Park. $57,000.  BARGAIN HARBOUR .HOME  Comfortable 2 BR furnlshod home, pqrtlal basement, on landscaped  & fenced lot, Just steps to beach, low taxe9, $42,000.  COMMERCIAL ACREAGE WITH REVENUE,  4.4 commercial acres, adjoining how shopping centre In Madeira  Park, Store building, approx. 3,000 sq, ft., plus 2 housos, all  presently leased, Excollont proporty for holding or Immediate  development, Low taxes. Asking $225,000. Call Jack Noble - res,  Y  883-2701.    ���"  . BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES  'GUNBOAT BAY FISHING RESORT      y  Smoll resort ori approx. 5 acres with .about 152' waterfront In  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 &.MARINA - 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 sajes, 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, 6tore,  auto 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.  SKIPPER'S MARINA RESORT���NEAR PENDER  HARBOUR  2.1 acres on Highway 101, 498' waterfront. Owner's deluxe 2 BR  residence, office, 5 individual housekeeping chalets, 3 one-bedroom housekeeping units, one 2-bedroom housekeeping unit. Stone  breakwater forms a prviate cove with floats and boat launching.  Four rental boats and motors. This resort is near new and most  attractive. $290,000.  s  L  RUBY LAKE COTTAGE  119' 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 furnished 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  Two furnished waterfront cabins, both with washrooms, oh approx. 1.34 acres of nicely treed lease land wifh approx. 175'  sheltered  lakefront   12'  boat and  6  hp  motor.  All  for only  $16,900.  SUMMER COTTAGE - SAKINAW LAKE  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.  500' low bank  lakefront on about 7%  acres, nicely  treed. $50,000.  FURNISHED SUMMER HOME & GUEST COTTAGE  SAKINAW LAKE  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 plapt. Westerly exposure. Water access qnly. $50,000.  IT  WATERFRONT ACREAGE - EARL COVE  Approx. 1,800' good waterfrpht with several beaches and bays,  Contains approx. 42 acres. Creek through property. 3 BR furnished  home, full basement, oil furnace. Access from Egmont Road,  , Excellent marina or resort site. $175,000,  APPROX, 600' WATERFRONT  Approx.  7 acres  with, apprpx., 600'  waterfront ad|olnlng the  Egmont .Marina,   paved   Maplo   Road   runs  through ' proporty.  $100,000. ���  WATERFRONIT LOTS  Two adjoining lots, each with approx. 64' waterfront. Closo to  school, post offlco, store and gov't wharf $16,000, 8, $19,000,  ������'/'''���': WATOFRbNf HOME���EGMONT.  Very large 4 BR home, approx. 2447 watorfront on 3 separate  ,    lots, Float, Excellent for a group purchase. $105,000,  ,       GARDEN BAY ESTATES  Fully furnlshpd 2 BR home with qood y|ow, partial basomont,  dpublo carport, largo covered sundeck, shag carpot and stono flreplaco. Plus washor, dryor, rango and frldgo. Located on choice  1 corner vlow lot, southern exposure, good pardon and convonlently  located to stores and f\O,���$57,500.  VIEW HOME ��� MADEIRA PARK  Attractive  full  basoment  home,  built August   1972.  Approx.. ,  1,208 sq. ft, with 3 BR's, master BR onsulto, Carport and largo  covorod sundock. Sltuatod on largo, partially landscaped lot, Closo  to all convonlcncos. $55,000,  ��� : r������"' v$t,   '���  LOTS  1, BARGAIN HARBOUR���approx. 1 aero, nlcoly troed and soc7  "-"������"luded.' 35'xl0' one BR mobile home. Immediate possession.  $35,000. >....,...���  2, NARROWS ROAD - good building lots near Madeira Park,  $9,000 to 11,000.  3. GARDEN BAY ESTATES . sorvlcod lots, some with vlow, In  ' this aroa of flno homos, $5,900 to $11,900.  4. MADEIRA PARK SUBDIVISION - 2 sorvlcod lots, $9,800 and  $10,000. '     '  ,,S. NARROWS ROAD - approx,,% aero level |and,ioxcellont vlow, '  $29,500.  .6,;MADEIRA. PARK~n 2.lots.suitable,for,mobile,home,.$7,500   ond $22,000,  7. MADEIRA PARK ROAD - bulldlno lot. closo to school, Mores,  gov't wharf and post offlco, $9,500,  8. MADEIRA PARK, 2 commercial Iota . $16,000 and $20,000,  9. GARDEN BAY >. serviced view lot on Gardon Bay Road In Garden Bay. Driveway In and level building site cleared. $11,000.  10. FRANCIS PENINSULA - Serviced building lot on Froncl�� Pen  insula Road, $10,000, �����������������-������!  WATERFRONT ACREAGE  Approx. 375' deep, sheltered waterfront on approx, 10 acres of  treedland. Access by trail or water, $35,000,   . ,  LARGE ACREAGE - $1,000, PER ACRE  D.L. 2392, approx. 160 acros, situated approx.AVi miles above  Hwy, 101 noar Hajfmoon Bay, Access by old logging road_ Trails  fl, roads throughout tha proporty, nlcoly trood usablo land. Outside  land froexe area - posslblo subdivision slto, $160,000,  "���       VIEW HOME ��� REDROOFFS ROAD  4 BR home, approx. 1,538 sq. ft., Roman brick flroplaco, built-in  rango, oven and dlshwashor, basement with 2 car carport, rec  room, Larn�� landscaped vlow lot with vogotablo garden, $65,000,  WATERFRONT LOT ���SUNSHINE BAY  Approx, 43' watorfront lot located on Truman Road, with tho  finest ylew, building alto, serviced with water, hydro, and sower.  Priced low for cash $16,O00i firm,  WATERFRONT ACREAGE���REDROOFFS ROAD  Approx, 3 acros of nloplna view property with 209' of waterfront-  age, Panoramic view of Mary Island and tho Gulf. Property In 2  separalo lots, ono with old houso, $100,000.  ������'���   ��� V     "  ACREAGE -'���L0TSj(L.��,w6.^!Ko.A,-l>^. 903  Two adjoining 9 ocro blocks, approx, 2,000' from Hwy,  101.  Nicely trood, gontlo slope, southern oxposuro, $43,000 each,  JACK NOBLE  Ros, 883-2701  OLLI or JEAN SLADEY  Roi, 883-2233  DAN WILEY  Ros, 883-9149  * /  REAL ESTATE (Con't)  GOWER Point Rd., over 2000 sq.  ft. of quiet luxury.,Large,level  lot, panoramic view, sundeck,  carport, cone, driveway. 3 extra  large BR's, walkin closets, 2  baths, separate DR, 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-  EXCEPTIONAL VALUE  These remarkably spacious and  well ��� finished 2 . level Condominiums, at Gibsons on School  Road, offer 3 bedrooms, VJz  plumbing, rec room, sundeck and  a spectacular view. Price  sharply reduced to only $40,900  with less than $6000 down for  most buyers. They'll be open for  inspection Saturday and Sunday,  Dec. 7 and 8 from 2-5 p.m., but for  faster action Phone Graham  Craig now at  885-2792  CREST REALTY LTD.  1381 Marine Drive  West Vancouver -  10753-2  SELMA Park area, 1 year old 2  bdrm  home.   View  by   appointment only.  Own  finance  required. $35,000. Phone 885-9314  107204  MOBILE HOMES  1973 MONARCH 12 x 60, 2 bdrm.  Furn., set up in  Sundance  Trailer Court. $9800. Phone 885-  2596 10669-2  10' x 50' NASHUA, part furn. Set  up in local trailer park. Immed. Poss. $5500.885-2815 10718-4  MOBILE HOMES  (Cont.)        .LEGAL NOTICES  LEGAL NOTICES  r:y   AUTOS, TRUCKS (Ccsrt.)   AUTOS, TRUCKS (Coat.)  Wednesday, December 4,1974 The Peninsula Times Page A-5  "   .   DOUBLE WIDES  ��� Delivered and set up on you*  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,  .    Call Collect 525-3688^--;  May be viewed at 6694 Kings-  way, Burnaby.  Member  of the. Western Mobile Home, Assoc.  M.D.L. 25012   8917-tfn  12x60' MOBILE home, 2  bedroom, furnished. Full Price  $11,000 with $2,000 down. Apply to  Mr. G. Kopp, Box 1134, Sechelt or  view, end of Nickerson Rd.,  Sechelt. 10716-4  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  .  PROVINCE OF  BRITISH COLUMBIA  "CHANGE OF NAME ACT"  (Section 6)  On   view   at   Sunshine   Coast  Trailer Park.  SUNSHINE COAST  TRAILER PARK .-  886-9826  10734-tf  Fitness. In your heart you know it's right.  pnmiupSLTiom  The Canadian movement tor personal fitness  STORE AND ADJOINING HOUSE FOR LEASE  Vacant store building with equipment, and adjoining house for lease in,Madeira Park. Situated on  Madeira Park Road, across from shopping centre  Good location for store or office. $450 per month.  REALTY LTD.  Madeira Park, B.C       Ph. Pender Harbour 883-2233  GOVERMENTOFTHE    ���  PROVINCE  ..     OF BRITISH COLUMBIA  DEPARTMENT OF HIGHWAYS  MACKENZIE ELECTORAL  DISTRICT  PROJECT NO. 2604,  RECONSTRUCTION: '  HALFMOON BAY-  SECRET COVE  SUNSHINE COASTHIGHWAY  NO. 101  STA. 468+00 TO STA. 645+00  (3.35 MILES)  NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS  Sealed tenders, marked  "Tender for Project No. 2604,  Reconstruction: Halfmoon Bay -  Secret Cove, Sunshine Coast  Highway No. 101", will be  received by the Department of  Highways at the Parliament  Buildings, Victoria, B.C. up to  2:00 p.m. on Friday the 13th day -.  i of December, 1974, arid opened in  public at that time and date.  . Tenders must be delivered only  to Room 237, Douglas Building,  Victoria! B.C. which is open from  8:30a.m. to 12 Noon and 1:00p.m.  to 4:30 p.m. Monday to Friday,  except holidays.  Plans, specifications, and.  conditions of tender may be  obtained from the Provincial  Government Plan Viewing  Room, 108-501 West 12th Avenue,  Vancouver 9, British Columbia,  V5Z1M4, (telephone 879-7531), or  from the undersigned for the sum  of $10.00 (cheque or money-order  made payable to the Minister of  .Finance) which is not refundable.  -Construction ot_this contract  shaU'7.,~ conform to the  requirements of the applicable  sections.of the Department of  Highways "General  Specifications for Highway  Construction". If the bidder does  not already have a copy of these  specifications, one may be obtained from the Provincial  Government' Plan Viewing  Room, Vancouver,. British'  Columbia, V5Z1M4, or from the  undersigned for the sum of $10.00  (cheque or money-order made  payable to the Minister of  Finance) which is not refundable. All copies purchased are  registered and amendments are  forwarded when issued.  No tender will be accepted or  considered which contains a  escalator clause or any other  qualifying conditions and the  lowest or any tender will not  necessarily be accepted.  H.F.STURROCK,  DEPUTY MINISTER  10735i>uJ3..iDQCember ,4,1974.    .  NOTICE OF APPLICATION  FOR CHANGE OF NAME   ,  NOTICE is hereby, given that  an application will be made to the  Director of Vital Statistics for a  change of name, pursuant to the  provisions of the. "Change of  Name Act", by me:���  Edward William Curley of PeB  Road, R.R. 2, Gibsons, B.C. VON  lV0ain the Province of British  Columbia, as follows:���  To change my name from  , Edward William Curley to Simon  Edward; Curley.  Dated the 15th day of  November, A.D. 1974.  Edward William Curley  10751-pub. November 4,1974.  FORM No: 1  r   LANDACT  NOTICE OF INTENTION  TOAPPLYFORA1  DISPOSITION OF  CROWN LAND  In Land Recording District of  Vancouver and situated at Jervis  Inlet.   - i  Take notice that British  Columbia Forest Products  Limited of 1050 West Pender  Street, Vancouver, B.C. occupation forest products company intends to apply for a lease  of the following described lands:  Lot 6740, Group 1, New  Westminster District and containing 9.64 actes, more or less.  The purpose for which the  disposition is required is log  storage;  BRITISH COLUMBIA  FOREST PRODUCTS  LIMITED   .  per:  F.A.  Armstrong,  Property  Manager  Dated November 28, 1974.  ,  10752-pup. November 4 and 11,  1974.  AUTOS, TRUCKS, Re  1969 DODGE Coronet, 383 4 bbl.  Hurst, 4 spd. $1600. Phone 885-  9630. 10738-2  1971 CHEV pickup 350 V-�� % ton  auto., P.S., P.B., stereo, H-D  susp., box side rails, hitch etc. A-  1 cond. $2995. Phone 885-2439.   10754-2  '68 VOLKSWAGEN good running  condition. $600. Phone 883-  v99,80 ;, .,   .   ���.   ., ��� ,\    10658-3  7 7.7     100.00 DOWN,  ^   " Bank INTEREST  1968 Cadillac Coupe De Ville,  original factory aqua lacqer.  1968 Ford X-L 2 Dr. H.T., 390,  buckets, lovely, cond.  1968   Viva   2J)r.   Stn.   Wgn.  automatic, as new.  1968 Viva Coupe, 1 owner,-41,000  miles.,  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. \  1965 Meteor Stn. Wgn. V-8 auto..  P.S., P.B.  1965   Dodge   6   auto.,   dandy  .transportation.  1965 Buick 2-Dr. H.T. 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 many more, all makes and  models.  G.&R. Locar Sales D-8,858  841-12th St., New Westminster  Phone 525-6448 Collect  Roy MacFarlane - Gordon  Jenks  10540-tf  1968 AMBASSADOR,  PS,  PB.  auto, air con., cruise command  etc. An executive car in immac.  cond. $1650. 886-7216 even.  ���__.       __.._ _  1Q569-2  1973 % TON Ford F250 pickup,  PB     and     steering,     HD  suspension. $3900 cash. 885-9091.  - 10601-2  1971   MGB   Sports   car,   new  radials, new paint job. Offers.  886-7684 or 886-7010.    .,    10758-47  1965 DODGE 4 door hard top,  $200. Phone 883-2396.      10760-2  BOATS ft ENGINES  12' PLYWOOD runabout. 25 hp  Evinrude, less than year old,  used lake only. $700 comp. 883-  9980 10659-3  '72 14'  SANGSTER boat and  trailer, 40 hp Merc. ob. Good  cond. 883-2657  10688-3  MEMBER OF  MULTIPLE LISTING  SERVICE  BOX 769, SECHELT, B.C.  REAL 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, $l'50,O00; oood terms and flood Interest, rpte. Suzanne or Len Van Egmond.        7  _ HALFMOON BAY 7 -^1^,  17 ACRES VIEW  Mlddlepofnt location, 100 percent privacy. Roqds throughout the  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 Sunshine  Bay  Estates.  Fully serviced, good beach,  privacy,  arbutus trees,.Sunny exposure. Priced from $12,000.' Full, Information from Len or Suzanne Van Egmond. '  SELMA PARK - WATERFRONT REVENUE  4 seml-furrilshed suites right on the'beach., Steady year-round  revenue. $365,O0p per, month. Stone fireplaces, auto, hot wator.  Ideal for seml-retlrcd,person who likes fishing and boating. Walking distance* to Socheit. Dominion Lease. F.P. $31,000. Sotao  7   , terms, Call Jack Anderson. ' s   ������.',"  ��� ���    SECHELT AND AREA    -    ' ';'  '"'    ���  ONE YEAR OLD ,  68'k12' mobllo homo on nlcoly wooded lot In West Sechelt. Fridge  'and stovo to stay. Near school. F.P. $24,900.00. Call Bill  Montgomery.  I   ; , ,    >������'������ ������������������"���! '��� ���_���>������<��� im ..iii ������ ii ��v   ,   . .   i ,1   ���    i  READY'TO BUILD ON  Largo lot 100' frontage, cloared and level, Secholt Vlllago. F.P.  $12,500, Bring your offer. Call Ed Baker.  VILLAGE LOT ���   '    ,  |00'x250' serviced lot close to boach, Drlvowav and culvert Installed. Many trgos'on a unique,lot,, F.P, $13,500. Coll Stan  Andorson. '  .Lovol lot.,,nlcoly.troodr. Handy ,|ocqt|onJn:^West Sechelt, Nwr  school, trailers permitted. R2 zoned. F,P. $8,900,00. Call Un  or Suzanno Von Egmond,  PORPOISE BAY VIEW HOME  Just past now Ice Arena, 1248 sq, ft., w-w rugs throughout, attractive corrior ,flroplaco, Two comploto bathrooms/ full basement, panoramic view from living room kitchen, master bodroorh  and sundeck, Como see for yourself. Priced at $54,500, Offers,  1   I ��� Call Eel Baker,  WEST SECHELT "  l'7v  Vlow lot In good residential aroa,  Somo troos, all sorvlcos aro  available, Ownor must sell, F.P, $10,000, Call Stan Andorson.  NEW  Idoal startor or rotlromont homo, 2 bedrooms, plus utility, Wall  to wall 'throughout, Attractlvo corner flr'oplaco, Everything is mod*  crn and up to dato ai possible, Walk to all conveniences, Prlcod  In tho 30's. Call Ed Bakor,   ' .'..'..  l_ .���.���.7-.,..,..���SMALLJUt,.COZY.... r, ..������;.���,,.i���.;7,' .,:y,  A startor homo or for rotlrcds, Small 2 bodroom, modern homo  In  tho  Vlllaoo of  Socholt,  Woll  maintained and   foncod,   F,P.  $22,500, Call Suzanne Van Eomond or Bill Montoomory,  . SELMA PARK  Home, and two cottages, $29,500.0p. Live In one, let tho other  two pay the expenses. Property Includes three lots with 150'  highway frontage. Good leasehold title, consider the value. Call  , *'..;]������ ' '���'' '.Dave Roberts,   ;;"  7  SELMA PARK  y  View lot, fully serviced, beautifully treed, .46 of an acre. F.P.  $16,000. Coll Doug Joyco.  DAVIS BAY  3 bedroom homo, 300 ft from sandy, beach, Paved drlvoway, Many  stone walls, sundeck, excollent view. All rwall to Wall carpeted, lVs  bathrooms, fully landscaped. Prlco Includes all appliances. F.P.  $42,500 with terms. Call Stan Anderson.  DAVIS BAY '  70'xl22' view lot, trood ,oasy building site, The best buy aroUnd;  F.P. $9,500.00, Call Stan Anderson,  2 bedroom near now homo on largo view proporty 100'x220' with  subdivision possibility, W-W carpets ,loads of cablnots In largo  kltchon, ana dining area. Heatilator flroplaco,  Minor finishing  required, FP $39,000 with terms. Coll Jack Anderson.  $31,500 FULL PRICE '  3 bodroom vlow homo In Wilson Creok. Carport arid sundock.  i Double,Windows, full basomont, roughod-ln doublo plumbing, Finished on outsldo. Heating'and all Interior doors Included. Movo,  In and finish yourself. Call Jack Andorson.  MODERN DESIGN  2 bodroom homo sot on largo lot surrounded by tall evergreens.  "Main*floorfeoturesiarao'kitchen'and combination dlnlnn*arear  Long living room with froo standing flreplaco. Carpeted stairways,  up to 2 largo bodrooms. Mastor has sliding glass doors to prlvato  sundock. Must bo scon at, this low price of $37,000 with form*.  Call Davo Roberts.   ROBERTS CREEK AND AREA' ;   ROBERTS CREEK AND AREA '  ,9 of an aero, hoqvlly trood with a year round creok, F,P, $11,500,  ,     Call Doug Joyco. <  4.6 ACRE HOBBY FARM  With vlow, Nlco gothlc arch homo at tho ond of Crowo Road In  Roborts Creok,  Only $31,500,  Soo  Len Van  Egmond, or  Bill  Montgomery,  LANGDALE VIEW HOME  Contemporary 3 bedroom homo, all cedar lifetime oxfJJrlor siding,,  En-Sulto plumbing, unlquo design, Carport, Largo lot, very closo to  schools, F,P. $53,900, Call Stan Andorson or Bill Montgomery.  ,.,,_.,���7    .SALT SPRING ISLAND  15*90 acros on < Boautlful Salt Spring l&lanc|. Building��� slto Wllh  vlow of Active Pass. Enough timber to build your own log cabin,  FP $35,000,00, Call BUI Montgomery.  pass*  Dov�� Roborts  Eves, Phono B85��2?73  Ston And��r��on  Evos. Phono 885-2385  Len or Suzanne Van Egmond  Eye*. Phona eaf5-?683  Jack Andorson  Evos, 885-2053  Doug  Eves. Ph.  Joyc*  005-2761  Dill Montgomery  , Eves. 886-2806  Ed Bakor  Eves, Phono 805-2641  VANCOUVER DIRECT LINE 685-5544  SEE. US AT OUR OFFICE ACROSS FR6MTHE SECHELT BUS DEPOT  MACHINERY  30'x60'  40'x60'  Steel Clad Buildings  For Sale,  Large doors. Will .supply and  install anywhere in B.C. These  buildings must be sold.  For Information Phone:  Evenings: 112 530-4847  112 594-9724  ' 10755-3  8 INCH Shaper as is $250; also H-  ' D Rotohoe.ahd mower attach.  $200,885-2374 10600-2  FOR SALE  759 % TON Chev, good running  order, good tires. Phone 885-  9631 10675-2  FOR, SALE (cont.) ,  BATTERY charger, heavy duty;  spare wheel, 800x14;, car top  carrier; scythe; brass pole lamp.  Phone 885-2389.- 10605-2  ALDER  -  4 ft.x8 ft.  cut  to  length, $25 .delivered. Sechelt  area. Phone 885-2325__    995-tfri  '65 Vz TON International., Al  mechanical, cond. Phone 883-  9012 or 883-9045 -     10691-3  DRY alder cut to length, split,  delivered. $35cord. 885-3184. ���  10610-2  B&W PORTABLE TV, exc. cond.  $65; large 7 drawer desk, $45.  883-2667. ���  /10739-2  2 SNOW tires, mounted; Ford 15  inch rims, good tread. 886-  2933. . , 10742-2  USED     building     materials, -  lumber all lengths. Phone 886-  7545. a       .10746-2.  2-80 GAL. propane tanks, brand  new propane fired household  dryer,   near   new   3  kilowatt  Peters diesel light plant. 886-   ,  7338. y*        10744-tf  46 x 26 FT. bunkhouse. Sleeps 16,  12 beds, 3 siriks, 2 showers, 2  toilets, tiled .floor in etc. condition. Must be moved by float  $1000 firm. Phone 883-2298 10722-2  50-60 YOUNG pullets either just  laying or will lay shortly. $5 ea.  885-9882 - 107234  ELECTROLUX       and       attachments. In perfect working  order. $25,885-9219 10729-2  BROWN  bed-chesterfield  with  Shephard castors. Good condition $100.885-2084 10717-2  FOR SALE (Continued)  MENS 3 spd. bicycle. As new $65.  Phone 885-2451 10726-2  1 INCH anchor chain. Phone 883-  ;   9933 10470-3  NOW OPEN  COAST HOME DECOR  Quality sofas and chairs,  loveseats, occasional chairs,  dinettes, coffee tables, end  tables, table, swag lamps, Sealy  hid-a-beds, Westinghouse  washers        . and dryers,  refrigerators, , stoves,     dishwashers.  Next to Coast Cablevision  COASTHOME DECOR  885-2205  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,1 ready to go with or  without work. $14,500. Phone 885-  2439. 10326-tfn  WANTED TO BUY  USED manual typewriter in good  working order. Phone 885-3231  days or 886-9358 eves.       10686-tf  SMALL size elec. stove, * good  working order. Phone 886-  7238. 10733-2  24   INCH   elec.   stove,   good  ' working order. Phone 886-  7238.. 10730-2  '-7 ^n^yy'^iyfi^^uhyy'y yn W  p.*.?.. . .U���.��]   jM��i:Wi/*tW'i Y,*7.   Y  ..' i.     '  y'.  uiit '  , y yfp^^yy_^Hif''y^yy<y   .      ���!��'  V'. i*       . ''/7y7>\  ,y yy.yv ,..iy"'v.., y/ vv* . '     '  11  ��� >*(  '7 7  VANCOUVER Is a nighttime carpet of  gems to Grouse Mountain skiers on  floodlighted trails pnly minutes above  town. Visitors to Vancouver are cpn^  stantly amazed that this fine facility is  within a few hours drive of the, downtown area.  '���,','''.' a ��� ,        . '  ���  ��� ' ���  lives blitz     Christian Science  <eia success  THE TRUTH THAT HEALS  On the radio series ''the TRUTH Uiat  HEALS", advertised |n Tlio Times today,  people tell of their experiences in proving  Mlnl-bua servico is intended for tho uso of  tho general public without other means of  transportation'.' PcOplo may travel on tho  7 . Sunshine Coast Elves Club recruited 62  Canada Government photo    new members during a membership blitz G��d|s power through true humility.  staged last week a,t the Trail Bay Centre In T���6 humlUty opcna our thou8ht to G��d'a  Secholt,                  .: ��� power and enables us to follow His lending,  A bearded Elf in full regalia circulated Willingness to bo guided in this way,  around the mall, collecting for tho group's crushing out self will and personal prldo, wo  Christmas hamper project for needy families ��nd true accomplishment,  on tho const. Shoppers contributed a total of _ 7* more. Information or freo literature on  $228,08r"'"1*"*"':'w':'"**"'*"  Tlio'red and green costumes worn by Uio Assistant Committee of Publication for tho ,  Elf's helpers wore deigned by Ellen Borg of    SuT nf 5?0?. f'!*0770;  Socholt. . Tills Is tho last tlmo for "Uio TRUTH that  wlS^ 'For the second year, ono wall of Uio mall    HEALS" series. Thank you for your kind  ni��� hr>, ftnnsidorpri n snokosmnn snld hy pupils nt Roberts Creek E cmontnry    sirucuons, meantime pienso continue to  nsl"��.?",��� w��d, n flpoKcamiin sauv cIi'iV Insert Uio Church Not co.  Tlie Mini-Bus la not available for shopping ^''JJP1'   . i    ���     .     -.���.���.-������ -.   , y^. . i       i ���  , trips, and His not Intended as a subsUtutefor _   l��e club offered special Uianks to Dck     _ We've become so tenso and nervous It haa  nollco, flro or ambulance service, it wns Clnff \0,r mnklng spaco avallablo in tlio    boon years plnco I've soon anyone asleep in  ndded. ��� 7 moll for tho Elves' display. church-,and that Is a said situation.  It will bo necessary for nil persona to '  ' reglatcr for Uils servico, Registration cards ^^ 1   ���_.__'��� o m>�� o  aro avallablo nt tho following agencies:  Gibsons Medical Clinic, Gibsons,  Public  Health Offlco, Gibsons Dental Clinic, Gib-    SECHELT--Out on Uie town and nowhere to     a very few, Just don't appreciate things llko  sons Optometry ,  Gibsons Chiropractor,    g0? Tho proWm of n0 pu���j,c wnBhroom5 ln     Uwti���  h"? i   m n   ?Pf nil t   c IS   ii  Scchc   Dontal CI nlc, Sechelt Op omotrls , q,^^ of commerce meeting.  Sechdt Mental Health Office, St, Mary's       One of tho members asked WUw chamber  Hospital or Sochott Human Resource Office, mM d0      m    nbout tho ,ftc, of    ,)Hc  AH trips MUST bo booked nt least 24 hours wnshroom fnclHUca,  ln advance. "TTib has bwn brought up a hundred  GKNF,IUI7S W1H.SKFJLS times,'' aiwUicr, member .said, "and Uie  restrooms  with  Uio  tourist   Information  centre and Uiat possibility waa discussed.  It wns pointed out Uint public rcntrooma  aro going In nt tho government campsite on  Porpoise - Bay- Road*-��� .��^.,.<w..,..,������., ���,���,_,.  Sideburns, Uio stylo of wcnrlng sldo answer Is always tho same. Thero wcro Gntun I^akc, situated near tho Caribbean  whiskers and a mustache wlUi a shaven cliln, restrooms nt Hackett Park ond Uio porcelain end of Uio Panama Cnnnl, Is ono of Uio  were first called burnsidos In honor of fixtures were smashed regularly. Wo got largest artificial bodies of wntcr ln Uio world.  Ambrose E. Hurnsldca, a Federal general of them ready for Timber Days and Uioy were It covers 103.38 square miles ond was formed  Uio Civil War, who originated the fashion. nil smashed within n few days. Somo people by nn earth dnm,  :             7                               ��� \ i ���   '             ���. *%     ->.  ��;. &    ���    - __.     ��� ���    C1  j.,-* jf** *4��*# ���    P*��ii    ^H   TETr .���T;T*j,  '?iSwtettWJ*w'-!i **^' & - .* ft  At the Twilight.  .^^���r^s^s. .-..aagBKas  Page A-6 The Peninsula Times  Wednesday, December 4,1974  The law and you  By Cpl. Dan-ell Price  NCO i/c Gibsons RCMP detachment  This week I, will continue discussing  parking violations. Sec 180(1) of the Motor  Vehicle Act states 15 ways that it is illegal to  park a motor vehicle.  The section is too long to repeat verbatim  and I will only note several of the more  common violations; It is illegal to park your  vehicle on a sidewalk, in front of a public or  private driveway or on a crosswalk. You  cannot park your yehicel on a highway for  the principal purpose of displaying your  vehicle for sale, painting, repairing or  greasing. It is also illegal to park your car in  a place where sign shave been erected that  give you notice that parking is prohibited.  Any vehicle that is found parked, stopped  for any of these violations can be ordered  removed by a peace officer, the registered  owner can be charged and a tow truck can,  upon orders of a peace officer, tow your  vehicle away.  Under Sec. 181 of the Motor Vehicle Act it  is illegal to park you vehicle other than on the  right hand side of the roadway and with the  right hand wheels parallel to that side. This  does not apply to one way streets where  --subject, to no parking signs, you can park.on  7 either side of the street. However on two way  streets, you can only park on the right hand  side of the roadway.  Sec. 182 MVA, states that it is illegal to  leave a motor vehicle unattended or parked  without first removing the key and locking  the motor vehicle. This law is to prevent your  car from being stolen and if you leave the key  in the motor vehicle and it is stolen, you wiU  be facing a charge plus waiting and wondering if the thief smashed your car up and  thinking to yourself, "If only I had taken the  keys..."  Next week I will be deaping with imparled  drivers. With Uie festive season fast approaching, motorists are warned that spot  checks will be set up during the day and night  to watch for people drinking and driving.  More on this next week.  Residents are reminded that if there is no  answer at the Detachment call Operator and  ask for the toll free number ZEnlth 4444.  LOCAL RESIDENTS Bill and Laurie  Bryson, left, travelled to Brampton,  Ontario, for the fiftieth wedding anniversary of their parents Mrs. and Mrs.  Alex Drummond, centre. Mrs. Bryson's  brother Jim Drummond and the,  Bryson's children Brian and Kim are  also in the picture.- The Drummonds  have five children, 20 grand children  and 11 great grand children. The entire  family gathered for the anniversary.  ���Photo courtesy Woodridge (Ont.)  News.  OES bomar  again success  -"\  From the pulpit.  ���-by Pastor Gerry Foster,  From time to time one hears the  statement, 'nobody ever gave me anything'.  Usually that person is out to get every cent he  can, and for the most part is somewhat of a  'tight wad*. Yes, they say, nobody ever gave  me anything-.  But that person is not telling the truth,  because someone has given them something.  Maybe you have this attitude and as you read  this you are still convinced that no one ever  gave you a thing. But you are wrong. We said  you have been given something. Listen to  this: "God so loved the world that He gave  His only begotten Son". God gave His Son to  die for you so that you might live for eternity.  This my friend is a gift so valuable taht it  cannot be measured in dollars and cents.  And in addition to this great gift of  salvation God has blessed you in other ways.  Oh, I know, you take all the credit for good  health and a good job and all your material  possessions. But that is not the way it is. You  owe it all to your God and Creator and it. is  time you Realized that you should be giving  God the credit and the thanks for His  goodness to you.  So, somebody has given you something.  But now it is up to you to receive it. The verse  that we quoted above God loving you and  giving His Son Jesus has another part to it,  that whosoever believeth in Him should not  Mt. Elphinstone Chapter No. 65 O.E.S.  annual fall bazaar November. 16, was once  again a great success.  It was held in Uie Roberts Creek Community Hall which glistened with silver table  centres and silver trees were in keeping with  the theme of the bazaar, to commemorate  the chapters 25th anniversary. The stalls  were laden with home-made baking, sewing  and novelties, adding a festive touch to the  hall.  At 2 pm Convenor Mrs. Margaret Hauka  ���'��� introduced Worthy Matron Mrs. Wilma Sim   the25thWorfliyMatron-whoofficially opened'��� ������ perish'b&" liave ieverlastfiigJ%e '*  the bazaar.  During, there  remarks  she  mentioned that this was the 25th bazaar. The  first one had been held the year of the  chapter's inception on November 21, 1949  with Mrs. Kathleen Metcalfe as convenor.  She thanked everyone for their support  and reminded them that the local chapter  has a cancer dressing station which on  request provides dressings to cahcer patients  free of charge.    .  The door prize went to Mrs. M. Tibb.   .  Winners of the draws were: Grocery  Hampers ,��� Tina Vanderhorn, Margaret  Swan, Gus Schneider and S. Earwaker.  Christmas Cake ��� M. Crawford. Barbie  Dolls.���. Darlene Vignall, Dorothy Miles and.  Olive Provencal. Guessing weight of candy  wreath: Mary Connor.  Youth admits  THE STRENGTH OF  HUMILITY  Tho humility whjch helps us to affirm  tho, prosonco' of God's powor Is novor  weakness,       , , .',   ,'  \ ��� 7 '      :, 7V :      ',        p  ' .  Broadcast this Sunday over many stations  Including: CJVB'1470 Kcs at 9:30 a.m.  ^etT^UTH   7  A Christian Sclonc��i rndlo sorloi  In the classic tradition of the cinema,  'Death Wish' has two protagonists: the good  guy and the bad guy. The new twist is that the  bad guy. is actually a good citizen who,  frustrated by big city violence goes on a  rampage of bloody killings. While the good  guy ignores the law he is sworn to uphold and  turns the acknowledged murderer loose.  Charles Bronson, who made the first 11  movies of his 53-picture career under his  baptismal name, Charles Buchinsky, plays  the bad-good guy. . While Vincenzo  Scognamiglio, better known these days as  Vincent Gardenia, plays the good-bad guy  who ultimately catches the criminal to set  him free.  Both stars display a deep-dyed personal  observation of street life in the big city of  New York in interpreting their parts.  Bronson was born in a Pennsylvania coal,  mining company town but spent a good deal  of time as a young man uf upper West Side  Manhattan, sometimes as an actor but more  often as a post-office temp, delivering mail to  ghetto tenements. Gardenia, born in Naples,  came to Brooklyn's Bensonhurst at the age of  five just 45 years ago.  "And I've been living there ever since,"  says Vincent Gardenia, "so playing a New  Yorker in a New York situation like this once  comes easy to me. The character I play in  'Death Wish' is that troubled man ��� a New  York City plainclothes cop. I've been watching men just like him, sometimes with a  good deal of sympathy, since I was a kid  playing stickball in the Brooklyn streets."  'Death , Wish' plays at the Twilight  December 5, 6 and 7.  On December 8, 9 and 10, the Twilight  presents 'Emperor of The North Pole.'  How does a movie like 20th's "The Emperor of the North Pole," about 1933's  railroad bums that could easily be shot in  Kansas, wind up in Oregon?  Compared with some states, Oregon came  late to the movie location business. But last  winter Gov. Tom McCall's motion picture-  television committee just happened to drop  in at 20th Century Fox, two days before the  location department would vote on a shooting  site for "Emperor."  In a quick, red-carpet trip to Oregon's  Willamette Valley, producers Kenneth  Hyman and Stanley Hough, director Robert  Aldrich and art director Jack Smith saw ���  Incredibly lush scenery.  A spectacular wooden trestle at Buxton,  near Portland.  And Cottage Grove.  This town (pop. 6,000)  near Eugene  fL.. For ttie keenly' interested youngster on  your Christmas list we have Microscopes,  Telescopes, surveying and submarine kits,  all with complete instructions. See them  soon. Miss Bee's, Sechelt.  proved a bonanza, for it boasted the Oregon, train parts. Best of aU, a highway paralleled  Pacific and Eastern Railway ��� 18 miles of the rails for miles, fine for long tracking  vintage track up the Row River, an engine shots with nary a TV antenna to spoil the '33  house, lots of cars and a wrecking yard for look.'  ^mBmnn^i  �������������������������������������������������������H����UIM����JMUi��g������MJ_lllM��_f_l��__[M������ai  of cdDidhnction  TO FIT  EVERY BUDGET FROM  3fc  ioorcoveru%a6  LTD.        *  Gibsons    ��    886-7112  & Carpets -& Tiles  <& Linoleums -fa Drapes  9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Tues. - Sat.  CLOSED MONDAYS  OPEN FRIDAY NIGHT TICC9  We MOW HAVE A NEW SHOWROOM IN SECHELT  located in the new offices of Trail Bay Design  at the traffic light  O  Phone 885-2713  ��-��-���'"wri  nHM��nmnmnnira��������^��mm����.m������.Mm.a f  ��&/&?��  break-in  CATERING  for all ybur catering n����cli  Froo cbnsultdtlonfn at no obligation.  M*1f7oia*Wa^rrt'bthlr|>g1eMkthan>,thQ',a'  vory boat... 7Vcall JUSI  .'..., TAMMYS- ������'.������  PACIFIC FOODS LTD.  |    883-9012 �� 883 9045  Albert Saul, 19, broke into Gibsons  Athletic Association hall along with three  juveniles Oct, 10 "to obtain a cup of coffee"  and went on to ransack the building, causing  $400 worth of damage, provincial court was  told last week.    '":  He pleaded guilty to breaking and entering. ���  Prpsccutor Hugh McCallum said that  after Saul and his accomplices had a cup of  , coffee, they strewed little league uniforms  over Uio floor, broke trophies, poured coffee  on the floor and Uirow bats and balls into Uio,  nearby ocean. _  Defence lawyer Robert Reid snld Saul's  "direct Interest" In breaking Into the hall  was "to obtain a cup of coffee,"  JIo said Uiat "alcoholic consumption" was  a possible factor in the offense.  Judge J.S.P, Johnson placed Saul on  ��� probation for1 ono year and ordered him to  pay   $200   restitution  , to   Uio   nUiletlc  nsjsoclntlon.  Lord Jim's Lodge  EM'S EVE PART  uou�� Buffot Dinner  Plus lot* Night Snack  G  Danco ia lho A Ploco  'Tricky Linkage'  Limited Number of Tickets Avallablo  $*9C*QQ  **���* Por Couplo  Phono Now  885-2232  aill��iiHi ii I, im Bin m mi aiKiawi, n�� iinimWiWi a t, m g�� ��i  SUNSHINE Coast Regional District is  ready to hold a special meeting about the  Pender Harbour Medical Clinic.  At the board's regular meeting November  29, it was noted by Chairman Frank West  that the board is ready to hold a special  meeting at any time to pass the necessary  bylaw to allow the area to go to referendum  before Christmas.  "We are ready to call that meeting any .  time in December,"the.chairman said, "we  are presently waiting to see what comes  from Victoria." y 7' /  That meeting has been tentatively set for  December 11. 7.,,.........7,.  ' ' ' ��� I ' '       .        . . ! ' '  Fire department  costs to jump  ROBERTS CREEK-Tho area will bo  looking, at a possible jump In the cost of  running it's volunteer fire department.  Regional Director H. J, .Almond told the  regional board last week the volunteer fire  department will be submitting a budget  abqut $3,000 higher than last year's.  Tho director said a higher mill rate may  result, but, "lt was felt tho department could  not function properly with" a lower sum." ]  Almond said, "Uio department has been  straining to keep the budget down, but thoy  have necessities to meet. * ���  P's balk at  redistribution,  "B.C. Members pf Parliament dug their  heels In and balked at the suggested  redistribution of scats on a provincial basis  for the next election," MP Jack Pearsall  said.  '   Ud by Pearsall, former returning officer  for the Const-Cbllcotln, the group recommended chnnges to bring British Columbia  extra seats.  Ponrsnll drafted two amendments tha,t  would movo 'British Columbia from a  'medium' province along wlUi Alberta, to n  'Inrge' province status wlUi Ontario and  Quebec, This resulted In nnoUicr sc��t for  B.C.  Tlie standing committee on Privileges  and - Elections, -. of .which - Ponraoll - la ���, a,,���  member, accepted both amendments and lho.  Bill has now pns.icd second rending In Uio  Houso of Commons,  In total B.C. will now have, on tho pnBBlng  of Uio Bill, 27 seats In tho next federal election. 7  "paefa /^W  ��� YOUR LOCAL FUNERAL r^OME  OFFERS A COMPLETE RANGE OF  SERVICES, FUNERAL . OR  MEMORIAL, AT MODERATE COST.  ��� THE 7 LOCAL FUNERAL HO/VIE  HONOURS THE CONTRACTS OF  ALL FUNERAL PLANS OR  DESIGNATION FORMS OF , ALL  MEMORIAL SOCIETIES.  ��� THERE IS NO FEE FOR FILING YOUR  FUNERAL PRE-ARRANGEMENTS, OR  DESIGNATIONS WITH THE LOCAL  FUNERAL HOME.  ��� CONVENIENCE OF THE LOCAL  FUNERAL HOME IS, VERY IMPORTANT IN TIME OF NEED.  t��e cufooty <n a- fac frtHVuU  HMVEY FUNERAL H01E  1665 Seaview Rd.  Gibsons, B.C. 886-9551  Dan J. Pevlin, Owiier-  a _ *    - '    * '    '  ��'j  al J ,|| I   i|   I1, l,j  ' Hamollto donlora,  a. .        _  yy:  >Y     INDUSTRIES  HO Lobroiat A*tr>u��( po|nl�� Clnln, Qui,  SECHELT  Cowrie Street.  885.9626  SEP  Don't Miss a Thing!  ,  THE EVER^GHANGING VIEW-  COXST CXBLE VISION  9 Wednesday, December 4,1974  The Peninsula Times  PageA-7  BY HELEN DAWE  The tug COMMODORE STRAINS (ex  COMMODORE) has lain on the floor of the  ocean off the .Sechelt Peninsula for 19 years,  yet she still has a multiplicity of admirers  and former associates living on the Sunshine  Coast. Young men who were children at the  time of her loss in 1955 now scuba dive to  make her acquaintance.,  When the old wooden-hulled steam vessel  COMMODORE was built in 1907 for ocean  and coastal towing she was the largest and  most powerful tug in B.C. waters. Moodyville  Mill, North Vancouver, constructed her for  B.C. Mills Timber & Trading Co., better  known as the Hastings Mill Co. Her  dimensions were 119.6 x 26.1 x 14.5 feet, with  a capacity of 216.19 registered tons or 321  gross tons. She was powered by a triple  expansion engine and she raised steam by  burning coal. Incredibly there are local  youngsters today who have never seen a  lump of coal.  MATE  The late Capt. Sam Dawe, a member of  the Sechelt Village Council for 8 years dating  from 1956, served as mate on the COMMODORE from Oct. 1915 to July 1917. The  tug was then engaged in towing ore barges  between Anyox, B.C., Ketchikan, Alaska,  -and Tacoma, Wash. Anyox is now a 'lost  town' but between 1910 and 1935 the Granby  Consolidated Mining, Smelting & Power Co.  operated there a huge copper mine and a  .smelter, the latter dating from 1914. During  the First World War COMMODORE escorted  at least a couple of British naval vessels into  Prince Rupert for servicing.  I remember COMMODORE in Trail Bay  during the 1920s. Before radio telephones  were installed in ships and before weather  forecasts were readily available in outlying  areas, it was commonplace to see large  groups of tugs sheltering day after day in the  lee of the Trail Islands or Southeast Rock  . while waiting for calm seas to ensure a  reasonable safe passage for log booms en  route to the lower mainland.  The commodore for many years was one  among this marine community. Her design  was excellent, her lines were graceful, her  engines quiet, and her Chinese cook served  superlative meals. The tugs' crews spent  their leisure time visiting back and forth,  trading magazines and books, " eating  heartily, playing poker,and painting the  names of their tugs artistically on ttie local  rocks. The mate of the tug-STORMER  collected botanical specimens from Trail  Island. , ��� ���._, _, ...... ��� ,    - s  COMMODORE'S logs were long, straight,  and huge in circumference compared with  some of the crooked, skinny specimens which  wash ashore today as escapees from booms.  The prime timber was beautiful and sweet-  smelling. Occasionally a tug tied here logs to  a rock and steamed into the Sechelt wharf to  pick up supplies. Or she might send a  telegraph message from the government  office in the village; telegrams were cheap  and telephones were relatively rare.  PAPERS  The seamen considered it a special treat  when one of the Sechelt settlers donated to  them issues of the Vancouver Province.  Local residents received the newspapers  only two or three times a week. Tuesday's  Union Steamship vessel was particularly  welcome at Sechelt because it brought both  the Saturday and Monday papers, with  stories of human interest, elections or wars,  not then available via early catswhisker or  battery radios.  In 1928 Young & Gore, purchased the  COMMODORE. Later she was operated by  Island Tug & Barge Co. Ron Crook, who  presently lives in Roberts Creek, was employed by the latter firm when he made a  , couple of relieve trips on the COMMODORE  about 1938-39. The tug was then towing chip  barges out of Port Alice and Port Alberni for,  Port Angeles and Port Townsend,  In 1942 a merger was arranged between  Island Tug and Barge and Straits Towing.  Capt. James S, Fosterof Halfmoon Bay was  associated with the company and can recall  dispatching)tyo old COMMODORE. In Jurie  of 1947 tho tugs SALVOR and COMMODORE  refloated tho Union Steamship Company's  STEAM TUG Commodore as she looked  in 1915 when she was towing out of  Ketchikan, Alaska. In the background is  vessel LADY,, ALEXANDRA after she  stranded off Brunswick Point, Montagu  Channel, Howe Sound. In-1949 Straits Towing  & Salvage Co. changed COMMODORE'S  name to COMMODORE STRAITS.  Fraser Rock, located in Welcome Pass,  has been the scene of more-than one shipwreck. During the evening of Dec. 14th, 1955,  when she was en route to pick up a log tow,  the COMMODORE STRAITS ran aground.  Following are excerpts from the Vancouver  Province story published the following day:  TEN RESCUED  "Ten men were rescued from the sinking  tug COMMODORE STRAITS Wednesday  night without getting their feet wet... The  men were whisked off the deck of their  stricken vessel, transferred from the rescue  tug NANAIMO CLIPPER to another boat,  and were on the way to Vancouver ��� all  inside an hour. First call from the COMMODORE STRAITS skipper, Al  Bachen .. .was heard at 9:48 p.m. His 120-  foot 48-year-old boat had struck Fraser Reef  and wasjjammed on it going down by the  ' stern.' <, v - < -��������� r -, <  , "After the rescue the 10 were transferred  to the JOHNSTONE STRAITS, which  brought them to Vancouver. Salvage  operations we're started early today when the  SALVAGE QUEEN and the JOHNSTONE  STRAITS took two heavy lifting derricks to  the spot."  The Vancouver Sun continued the story in  its issue of Friday, Dec. 16,1955. "Two divers  were underwater this morning surveying the  sunken tug COMMODORE STRAITS... She  is lying on her port pide with her stern in 100  feet of water and her bow four feet below  surface, resting on the steep incline of Fraser  Reef."  By Monday, Dec. 19, the Sun report was  relegated to page 21, where it noted the the  COMMODORE STRAITS "slipped down into  150 feet of water Sunday and has settled on  bottom upside down." I  MENTIONED  Fred Rogers, author of the splendid book  Shipwrecks of British Columbia, observed  ttie COMMODORE STRAITS at a depth of  SECHELT BEAUTY  SALON  ' "'  announces the return ..,,  of  Thursdqy-Frldqy^Saturday  _������weekltl_   885-2818  Cowrie St., Sechelt  a dismasted sailingship which were in  common uses as barges and a regular  barge. The  Commodore  sunk after  130 feet during April 1964 while he and Ed  Seaton were looking over the remains of the  steam tug LORNET, wrecked in 1932 on  Fraser Rock.  Ron Johnstone, Sechelt merchant, has  also done some diving in the area with the  hope of being able to make movies and still  photographs of the wreck. He observed that  the COMMODORE STRAITS' propellor is  gone and that there is a hole in the hull, which  may have been blasted to gain access to the  condenser. Ron measured the depth of the  COMMODORE STRAITS' bow at 145 feet and  the stern at 105 feet, when calculated at a  three or four foot tide'.  Neil Whittaker of Garden Bay while  scuba diving with Bryan Wright during  Sept. 1974 brought to the surface a relic from  the COMMODORE STRAITS. This memento  is a teredo-eaten, rust-stained block of wood,  with a raetal bolt through it, and a large flake'  of green paint still attached. Neil presented  the fragment to his aunt, Mrs. Ada Dawe,  widow of the man who was mate of the  COMMODORE almost 60 years ago. Bryan,  of Gibsons; collected an old door and lockset.  - - The' clear' water in the1 area of Fraser  Rock enabled Wright and Whittaker to obtain  an excellent view of the crushed house of the  COMMODORE STRAITS, whose name is  still legible.. The depth of the wreck limits  diving time, but the local men observed that  it would be possible to pass under the keel  where there is a depression in the rocks.  The COMMODORE STRAITS which  lies' in Welcome Pass should not be  confused with a barge bearing the same  name. The latter was built in 1920 as the  U.S. Navy armed fleet steel steam tug  KEOSANQUA, which survived the  Pearl Harbour attack to be remaned  EDWARD J. COYLE when she was  purchased by a B.C. company in 1946. In  1960 she was renovated and placed in log  barge service as the COMMODORE  STRAITS until she was sentenced to the  breakers in 1968.  In 1174 still another COMMODORE  was commissioned. This new tug, again  the most powerful in B.C., is the  hitting a rock in December 1955. Today  it is the realm of fish and scuba divers.  SEASPAN COMMODORE, built b*  Vancouver Shipyards Ltd. for Seaspan  International Ltd. She developes  5,750 horsepower as compared with the  600 indicated H.P. of the 1907 COMMODORE.  , A warning to amateur divers, the  depth of the wreck makes working on  the site hazardous and a visit should not  be attempted unless special equipment  is available and common sense  exercised.  m  BURLINGTON  WEST MILLS  ARMSTRONG  CELANESE  HARDING  OZITE  Theoretical Aspect of Transcendental Meditation  Video Presentation THURSDAY 8:00 p.m. * SATURDAY 2:00 p.m.  7       WHITAKER HOUSE, SECHELT  tistmas  $k*e a,  fa tiie  liNjfc,  Local $7,00  in Canada *8;00  in U.S. *10.00  Overseas * 11,00  885-3231  m  ���__#  $���;  SB  O  G.A.F.      �� ARMSTRONG  O  FLINTCOTE  �� TAPPAN  O  FINLAY ��  �� INGLIS  JENN-AIR RANGES  v��2  -Av  OEH^i^llO  ���'5asj ���AS5..F-J!��yiW!  Jaiijt. J_f i."__i_y jajgiwi  ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH  Sunday Services  Sechelt: Gibsons:  Holy Family St. Mary's  Sat. at 6 p.m. Sun. at 11 a.m.  Sunday at 9 a.m..  Pastor: Rev. Father E. Lehner  885-9526  LOCATED NEXT TO WINDSOR PLYWOOD  For Appointment Phone 886-2765  ^Jwowe ^ound cJDi&tnbuh  m  vOUfti  Box 694, GIBSONS  OV5  '"'       ' " . , i p a <���> >     ' *' .'in!'  COWRIE ST., SECHELT   MEN'S WEAR   PHONE 885-9330  wamm^mwa^m^mmmmi^miw&jttf ���V  '/  Fage;a-S The Peninsula Times  Wednesday, December 4,1974    ,__  V  I'M^y  tog^g^gg^^  K  SM-N/i  .< i�� , </V;* ^  **->* us TBiyfiF     __**        .* ��    *���IV.  NOW ��PIU OT BUSltfESS  I * Kltchon cabinets      * Occasional tables etc.      * Built ins  * Custom period ffurnituro"    * Book Casos etc.     * Furniture repair  * Light millwork also dono *  I Located on Porpoise Bay Road, Sechelt  Next to Forest Ranger  Res. 885-3180 ins. 885-2594   * J^M%^WA?  GIFT SHOP on St. Mary's Hospital is foyer. Volunteers are, from left, Rhyl  stocked for Christmas. Here three of the Wood, Denise McCourt and Karen Droh-  hospital's  junior  volunteers   display mann. The gift shop is open,from 2:30  some of the many items on display at p.m. to 4:30 p.m. and is manned by  the gift shop located in the hospital voluntary hospital auxiliary staff.  Hospital Auxiliary Gift Shop is ready for  Christmas. It was brought up at the  Auxiliary Co-ordinating Council's recent  meeting that the shop was decorated for  Christmas with many new items.  The November meeting of the Coordinating Council for the six auxiliaries to  St. Mary's Hospital, opened at the hospital  board room, Mrs. Evelyn Olsen of Pender  Harbour, vice president of the council  chaired the meeting in the absence of  president, Mrs. Doreen Dockar.  Gift Shop report by chairman Sue Beaven  Squaringly yours  By Maurice Hemstreet 885-3359  Hello, dere, fellow square dancers,  wherever you happen to be reading this  column. Tis my fondest hope that you are all  in good health and if you are a square dancer  that you and your clubs are doing as well as  the Country Stars, because it seems like last  Friday night, it didn't matter what I put on  vand called, derned if our square dancers  didn't do all of the dances and figures without  hesitation, at this point I would like to  congratulate our beginners, they are doing  wonderful, I would also like to give caller  Harry a kind word too, but I just don't know  what kind of a word he would like, tabled till  : next week.    , y ���'���������' 7: y7'  Count down.,, Friday Nov. 29, Dec. 6,13  and Dec. 20 is The Country Stars Christmas  Square dance party, All" square dancers  welcome. Of course no alcoholic beverages in  square dancing, but we do exchange gifts not  to exceed one dollar, just use a lot of  Imagination.  I Just got interupted by Tom Sheldon from  Gibsons (he sure would make a good square  dancer) and ho says Uiat ho is;tho nicest  fellow he knows. Well, he has to go some to  got ahead of mo, Tpm offered to teach mo  how to scuba dive and no doubt ho la the best  teacher of scuba diving;' but there Is this  problem that when you go Into the water you  ���got all wot, and ho won't lot mo wear my  water wings. Thanks anyway Tom,  Now getting back to Uio Country Stars   "Christmas party; as Isold wc? exchange gifts  at coffee tlmo. If you are n girl square  dancer, buy a gift for a girl, On tho other  hand, if you are a boy square dancer, buy a  gift for a boy. If you reolly don't know what to  got, just buy a wholes lot of Uilngs for Harry  and myself, wo don't mind nnd wo will take  anything,  Well, ns the sun sinks low in tho west, it  menna only ono thing, 1 must Ret my set of  wheels moving towards Tho Times offlco; so  UH I swing you on the corner, Auf Wlcdcr-  sehn,  announced the shop was all decorated ready  for Christmas. Request was made that the  baby knit goods be made from machine  washable wool.  Volunteer Director Eve Noscrip's report,  read by Mrs. Peggy Connor, said the hairdressers had worked 65 hours for the month,  this made may ladies happy with shiny curly  hair.  Oct. 30, a Halloween party was held in the  cafeteria also honoring Mrs. Jeanie Miner on .  her birthday.  The room was decked by the hospital staff  for -the occasion. i Assistant Volunteer  Director Eleanor Hatfield, Director Eve  Moscrip, President of Co-ordinating Council  Mrs. Doreen Dockar, Mrs. Ina Grafe, and  Cathy Lewis all came in costumes.        /  Refreshments were provided by Mrs.  Hatfield and Mrs. Freda Thompson. The  lovely cake came from the Bakeshop. A lady  familiar to the patients flew in on her witches  broom (Mrs. Vona Clayton) Bewitching  Black witches hovered over the table;  Sunday - Nov. 10th Roberts Creek  Auxiliary hosted a Bingo party to celebrate  Mrs. Bertha Seaholm's Birthday. Delicious  sandwiches from,the ladies and a beautiful  cake from Mr. Seaholm highlighted the  party. Auxiliary President, Mrs.' Gladys  Ironside assisted by Madeline Grose, Betty  Merrick, and Lillian Thomas all helped to  provide a very enjoyable diversion for our  extended care patients.  Christmas faVors will be provided by the  Sechelt Auxiliary.  The Thrift Shop ladies were Instructed on  the use of different fire extinguishers thanks  to the second engineer at the hospital,  reported, Mrs. Bessie Rowberry. '  Mrs. Olsen reminded the presidents Uiat  reports, are to tyo ready for t|ie annual  meeting in January. '  Mrs.   Charlotte   Raines,   nominating  ,, chairman, chose' Mrs. Jean Longolly of  Gibsons and Mrs. Ina Grafo, Sechelt to assist  ��� her. 7  :,      '. ���,'..'.'     '  tf fla&W^ 'aW-^ift^' &t i^jpik-a,.,*!^^ -���"  Tlio Gibsons Youth Group will hold a  special youUi service on Sunday December 8'  nt 7:30 p.m. in Uio Gibsons United Church.,  Everyone is wolcomo nny ago or from any.  church, pleaso como.ThoyouUi group will bo  doing Uio entire service,  > * " "��� ���������   Tho man who gets ahead Is tho one who  docs more than Is necessary ��� and keeps on  doing It.  ocz>  Mark'Carswell was fined $250 at  provincial court Nov. 28 for deliberately  knocking over a stop sign at Madeira Park.  Crown prosecutor Hugh McCallum .said a  police officer saw Carswell pass the sign in  his vehicle, stop and back up, knocking over  the sign with his rear bumper.  Judge J.S.P. Johnson said Carswell's  actions could have caused a serious accident.  In imposing a fine of $250, he told Car-  swell: "I hope the fine will be sufficient to  . deter people from doing what you've done."  Accused had pleaded guilty to a charge of  mischief laid following the incident which  occurred Nov. 1.  Thanks for your help,  and we'll see you in the  spring of 75.  cast and crew.  12' x 68' 2 BR with front den, rich  choc, brown carpet, MB & hail,  multi-colorGaliandshag LR &den.  Continuous clean oven, 2 Dr. F.F.  Frig.," house type cabinets,  scupltured rich brown counter-  tops. Rich rosewood panelling  offset with colored vinyl feature  walls. Furnished with custom  made furniture and decor. Words  don't describe these beautiful  homes. SEE THEM I  197 5 ESTATE IV  12' x 68' 3 BR, front LR, rich gold  shog carpet, LR, hall & MB.  Continuous clean oven. 2 Dr. F.F.  Frig. Beautiful house type  cabinets. New type counter-tops,  hi-quality cedar panelling with  washable vinyl accent walls.  Deluxe custom furnishings  throughout. Has built-in dressers  in all 3 BR's. SEE THEM!    ,  We have other floor plan* on factory order ��� check us-for the  specifications    and    equipment.  a-"  WE WILL BE CALLING AT YOUR  HOME STARTING AT 10:00 A.M.  SATURDAY, DECEMBER 7TH.  Box 966 -~ Sechelt ���- B.C.  885-2204   24    hrs.  D.L. 5520 Jim Wheat    Bill Copping  iilinTin n_*MHYiMi  WffnnWam  pgjaaaaaae&fl^cs  Pf 111 i .^Jip^wwaM ij.iiiib.w_i I  iL_IHJ[__LPL ajw iH.miinjmiP^.um.aP lai'W ^.imii.JPI IJJpaji jPi  -pfi2* " p~'iarTr**r������',  ^ar.li:v^^^��^.'Tr'r'Ssr  . ���V--^.-J-y J-^liM-Ta  .ip.��ii...,ii.^..jliw^n..i.iiiL.i.i.iii<!.u.ij,-��il  Titlf     fl-*"   *jaA*      ..   **,..,.     ���    ,   ^....���^���>.^.*,4|rf.||||   a-.a *. _    .  to our first anniversary sale  underway now and  with some pretty impressive savings  Cowrie ST Street, Secholt 885-2568  Acroti from fh* Red ft tYhif*  ICE  1 r  ^rti>iii^iiW@^^j^B  "X ENINSULA  Section B  Wednesday, december 4,1974  J0LS.Y R0GHI 1G9H  SECRET COVE     /  Excellent Cuisine and'Accommodation7  11Mll.ES FROM. SECHELT - MMWtl  $75,000 WORTH of artwork is presently'  on display at Dallis Arnold's shop Dallis  Studios on Cowrie Street in Sechelt. The  gem painting 'Tranquility' is on display  with a purpose. At the entrance to the  viewing area is a donation pot. All  proceeds from the viewing are being  split between the St. Mary's Hospital  Crippled Children's Fund and the Extended-Care Wing. The painting will be  on display until December 15. The  project is being carried out in cooperation with the Sunshine Coast Lions  Club.  ���Timesphoto  The idea of government subdivisions in .  the Sunshine Coast doesn't sit well with the  local regional district. ^  Regional Planner Adrian Stott said the  provincial goverrimemt has indicated there  could be wholesale lot creation in rural areas  by the department of lands. He told the  regional board meeting November 27 that  there are 5,000 lots feasible for the Sunshine  Coast area.  The planner said the information was .  contained ina recent press-release by the -  minister of lands.  In his official report to the board, Stott  said, "According to my evaluation, such a  policy is neither beneficial or necessary on  the Sunshine Coast."  '   He said, "We have a long way to go before  there is a land squeeze here."  His report stated, "since there is approximately as much vacant private land as  there is private developed land, there appears to be little justification for a claim that  it is necessary to release more land to  private control."  In his report, Planner Stott, pointed out  that there was presently 18,000 acres of land  in private, residential homes. There is 36,000  acres of crown land and 16,000 acres of  privately-owned not-developed land.  The planner's second reason for opposing  the government subdivisions was, "the  crown land remaining in the area is in  general-not near the centres of settlement.  Since a regional district policy is evolving of  clustering development around these centres  for ease of servicing, and for the encouragement of a viable community, further  development of crown land would only serve  to frustrate such plans."  . The third point in planner Stott's report  against the government development was,  "Of the private residential land now  developed, only 8,000 acres is in use for  permanent homes. The other 10,000 acres is  for summer homes. It appears reasonable  Peninsula Transport was on the hot seat  at tho recent Sechelt and District Chamber of  Commerce. \\  The meeting was organized by Uio  chamber as a method of bringing the  trucking company representatives and the  public together. _  '<  Robert Christopher of Peninsula Transport explained to tho.meriting.that hiring a  trucking company means you can expect tlio  goods to be delivered to tho tailgate of the  truck.   7 '-,'���.  "Trucking Is labor Intensive/' ho said, ?lf  we have to deliver to difficult areas then we  1    hnvo to increase the rates. Difficult areas  tnkri time nnd time is money."  Ho snld, "One of tho problems Is that tho  customer talks to tho driver nnd the driver  ���-,�� says ho will pnas It on to tho mnnngor, but dp .*  doesn't always,        , '  On another problem, Christopher snld,  "the drivers are accountable for nnythlnfj  mlsslnK. Thoy have to come uway from tho  , customer with a clean bill of laden or thoy  hnvo to know what Is missing from the  shipment," ���'   ,  One of the chamber members Had complained that sho had to leave her shop and  open boxes to discover is anything In a  shipment hnd Ircon lost when n box broke  open In shipment. "If 1 hnd been nlono in my  shop, It would I11W0 monnt that I would havo  hnd to closo tho shop," sho said.  Christopher snld, "Wc have three  problems to cope with nnd Improving on  them will mean lower freight rntcs, First, wo  .,_.., have to hnvo fast pick-ups In Vnncouvcr,  Second there nro the ferries which wc hnvo to  live with.Third wo have to have fast unloads.  There nro companies which will charge extra  If you do not hnvo an unloading ramp, extra If  you arc not In an industrial area, and extra  stilt If you nre more than two blocks off n  hlghwny.  "If you wnnt chenper rntcs," ho snld,  "mako Hiiro your shipments aro over 200  pounds. Drivers curse packages under 200  pounds becnusothey nro not ns economical."  Asked nbout discrepancies In billing, ho  said, "as long as the shipments are the same,  marked the same, tho charges should be the  same. Different commodities havo different  rates, so a carton and a carton of apples  might go at different rates because they are  marked differently."  To the comment that free enterprise  might do a better Job than the .single company system, Christopher added, '.the  department of transport look over my  financial statements. If they decide that I'm  making too much money, then a second  company will start hero. What about areas  like Pender Harbour. They get service now,  but' are uneconomical under a freo-  enterprl.se system, They would get worse  servico,"  Tlio meeting wns open to questions from  tho chnmber members and also from tho.  public. Mnny^ook tho opportunity to talk  over difficulties they hnvo hnd wlUi the'  trucking compnny,  Inspector T, Green from tho Depnrtmcnt  of Transport also attended the meeting ns a  resource person, but liad a quiet tlmo of It.  therefore to assume that further development of crown land will largely provide land  for further summer homes, rather than  redueing the problems of high urban demand  for housing."  He concluded his report with, "I believe  that this problem is of considerable importance and that the regional district should  make its views known to the minister of lands  without delay."  He said, "It is very crucial that we retain'.  "controlover development." *""*  Chairman Frank West said, "Creation of  lots on that basis should be of concern to us."  Director H.J. Almond was the only  director to voice dessention.  "Jhe land which is presently becoming  available is being developed at high cost.  Perhaps the government is in a position to  provide land at a lower cost. I don't want to  see the government carve the land up. We  need control but land should be made  available at lower cost."  Director Norm Watson, countered with,  "What do you think this is ��� Santa Claus?  These lots will be auctioned off for the going  market value. The government is .just horning in on the real estate market."  The planner's report was accepted by the  board.  ,. The board also voted to increase the  minimum size for lots in the country zone to  10 acres.  Carol service  ' ,'��� ' . . ' , , '''.P.''  December 12  GIBSONS ���' Because of an overwhelming  number of requests for inter-denominational  By Allan J. Crane  That crazy, frenetic gang at the Vicarge  in Merton-cum-Middlewick are engaged in  another merry romp in POOLS PARADISE,  the Driftwood Players' current production  which will conclude in Gibsons Elementary  School gymnasium December 6, 7 and 8 at 8  p.m. '  Nearly all of these characters were seen  in the very successful progenitor of this  production, SEE HOW THEY RUN which  was a Driftwood Players' production in 1970.  Like the earlier play, POOLS PARADISE  was produced by "John Burnside. Under  Burnside's expert direction, the cast gave a  finely balanced, rapid-paced performance of  this hilarious English farce. Timing is of the  essence in this type of comedy, and it was  obvious from opening night in Sechelt that  Burnside and his cast had devoted much time  and attention to this.  The action takes place in the Vicarage  where the wildly undomesticated domestic  "help, Ida and her overgrown puppy of a boy-friend Willy Briggs have been playing the  '.football pools, a British form of legalized  .. gambling on the results of the weekly soccer  matches. When there are only eight drawn  matches from about the 50"fixtures played,  the people who have picked these eight win  prizes in the order of 260,000 British pounds.  Thinking her sixpence a week is going into  a local drawer, the Vicar's ebullient former  actress wife is part of the Ida-Willie Briggs  combine. The stuffy, long-suffering Viear of  the Parish Lionel Toop has yet another cross  to bear, other than Penelope, Willie, Ida and~  just about everyone else, when he hears of  the Parish youth gambling in the Church  Institute. And from whom does he hear of  this   horrendous   crime   but   from   the  draconian Miss Skillon, the star and usually  only parishioner. Determined to remonstrate  with the perpetrators of this infamy, Lionel  leaves accompanied by Miss Skillon with the  result that he returns considerably the worse  for wear which he ascribes to tripping over  Miss Skillon's bicycle. He has to call in a  substitute -. preacher.  His main problem,  however, is that of evading the clutches of  Miss Skillon complete now with St. John  Ambulance uniform, first aid kit and a rabid  determination to have Lionel as her 'patient'.  In the process of escaping he meets his  very   bewildered   replacement   who   has  wandered into this insanity. It transpires  that he too "does" the pools, and there is  later the spectacle of him and that inexorable  opponent of gambling, the Reverend Lionel  Toop checking off the pools together. In the  meantime, Willy has ^"come up", but his  winning coupon gets*mixed up with the  Reverend Humphrey's. But is it a winning  ticket? Willy hasn't checked it with the.  printed' results yet, just with results announced indistinctly on the radio.  In the final scenes, the imperturbable  Bishop of Lax who - has inconveniently  arrived for lunch is checking Willie and  company's coupon in the living room while  Toop and Humphrey are checking another ��� -  in the closet. All good rollicking fun, and  Burnside and his cast make the most of it.  Manuan Laplante's .high-spirited performance was just right for the part of  Penelope Toop, and one could readily appreciate why old stuffed-shirt Lionel found  her somewhat exasperating. Indeed she and  the Reverend Lionel Toop, excellently  rendered by Mike WilUs, have some fine  scenes together. Poor suffering Lionel. He  also has to cope with Ida.  Mary Livingstone seemed to have contracted a multiple dose of St. Vitus's Dance  for the role of Ida. She brought a frenetic  excitement   fitting   for,  a   not-so-simple  country maid who is not only in love but also  apparently part" winner of a fortune won by  clandestine gambling in the vicarage. Miss  Livingstone's performance was one of the  highlights of the evening. Bruce Wilson was  splendid as her lovable country bumpkin  boy-friend of a few words but much ex-  - pression. As a simple country bumpkin boyfriend of few words but much expression. As  a simple country parson who has innocently  entered   into  this  mass   confusion,   Ian  Corrance  was quite delightful, and 7 his  reaction to Penelope's flattery was particularly delectable. Doug Honeybunn gave a  beautiful performance as the Bishop of Lax,  cool and detached from the madness with  which he is surrounded, with the dignity and  bearing befitting the position ��� a' nice  contrast, this.  Nest Lewis gave a truly outstanding  performance as the implacable Miss Skillon.  Her ludicrous~deportment and improbably  fruity voice properly dominated ttie stage  whenever, larger than life, she appeared,*  invariably leaving the audience weak from  laughter. Miss.Lewis also supervised the  costuming which added greatly to the fun of  the production.  Make exterior painting easier by dividing  the house into 'sections that you can  complete one at a time. Do preparation  work, priming and finishing on each section  before you go on to the next. Makes for a  better result, too.  ���* *  If "pick-up" furniture or tableware is  hodgepodge, tie it together with color;  paint and fabric are relatively inexpensive.  ','������.* *.        ��� y.  If your old patio has settled because of  ground condition, break it up and start from  scratch on a new one. Better sub-base will  keep the new one from sinking,"~tpo. '  . * ���*..'���"'.  Solar heating pioneer'has patented a  method of using the same temperature  storage equipment to produce and store  cold in the summer.  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Thte valuable coupon ih 'World  a  UN  ONE  ON ANY PURCHASE OVER *5  made beforo 5;30 p.m. on  Rnturdny, december 7th.  redeemable only at ��  MAGIC MUSHROOM  LIMIT:  one per  cViRtoiiior  iw day.  1  I  I  I  i  i  a  a  a  l  ���   ���    Cowrie Street, Sechelt ��� 885-2R22 vnm^   , '  "V B  mee ma vm mi n^ mmi mi mm am mi mi mi ma ma imi im am am pm am pm mm am am lavm wan am aawi ami ami am am cm am Mmi  i Page B-2  The Peninsula Times  Wednesday, December 4,1974  TIDES FOR THE WEEK  December 4 to December 10  at Point Atkinson  -��� Not to be-used for navigation -���  Track nearing completion  J4a*a*v fl- A*X-i^M.\**>j4A.  ELPHINSTONE SECONDARY School  Cougars took top honors at recent invitational basketball tournament staged  in Sardis. Team took first place at event  for second time in three years. Wayne  Smith was voted most valuable player  and Frank Havies gained place on aU  star team. Back row, from left, Melvin  Gokool, Ken Hincks, Frank Havies,  Arena news  Trevor Swan, Doug Dybwad, Leigh  Wolverton. Front row, from left, Duane  Anderson, Stene Miles, Kerry Bjornson,  Dave Neumann, Wayne Smith, Dave  Hauka. Team trophy is flanked on left  by Havies' all star trophy and on right  by Smith's most valuable player award.  Other trophies are players' 'keepers'.  By Helen Phillips  Are you new at skating? Do you  sometimes trip and fall? .Well, we are hew, at  running an arena, and there are bound to be a  few pitfalls along the way. If we don't stand  out on the ice and criticize the way you skate,  please don't be too hard on us about the way  the arena is run.'  ~  The first pitfall we ran into was no locker  or storage space. Well, you see, we have  never built an arena before so this was  something we weren't aware of at the time.  We are running into these problems all the  time; so my opinion is, just thank goodness  we have got it regardless of all the minor  things people are complaining about.  I think it is so wonderful and is being used  to such great capacity that it is a pity we  didn't have it many years before. But we  have got it now, so let's make the best of it,  and as things go along and we see changes  that need to be made, they will be.  As 'the boss' says, "Rome wasn't.built in  a day." And although we tried out hardest to  build it in twodays, there are still little things  to be worked out and they will take awhile.  WARNING  May I also take this opportunity to pass  along a warning to anyone who is going to try  ancl take advantage of this public building.  There has already been suspensions from  two weeks up to two months for Improper  conduct. This is a place people come to enjoy,  to skate and curl. If you don't-want to adhere ,  to the rules of this or any other public  ' building, then don't como and. spoil It for   ,  others. This also Includes misuse of skating  passes, so please don't loan your pass to'"  anyone else or it will bo lifted.  There Is public skating Thur. night from  7:15 to 9:15 p.m. This night is subject to  ���  change to rentals if we feci It Is not In  enough uso;  but right now It Is being  provided for your pleasure.  CURLING  ��� ,' ' ��� The sport of curling goes on and everyone  seems to bo really enjoying It. Somehow tho .'���  ,    curling^ column doesn't soom to got written '  every week, but I will pass on tho bit of nows  M,,���4 know*---Tho curling news ls4hls; <HNo��ono -  curls fori free," Will you plonso seo nbout  .paying your dues,  With bowling you pay every week; but  with curling you pay It all In tho beginning. It  is no moro expensive than bowling If you  add It up, Arrangements can bo made to pay  In Installments with tho Inst payment Fob, 1,  so If you wnnt to spread payments out, Ret on  tlio bnll and stnrt now or you aro going to find  you nrc behind too much nnd three quarters  of your payment Is duo NOW.  Also, If thoro aro nny high school students  who nro on the nftcrnoon shift, havo .signed  up for curling, or oven paid their dues, and  hnvo not been contacted nbout curling In tho  , morning; I would suggest thoy contact tho  chairman of tho curling committee, Reg  ~   Thomas, nnd let him now if you wnnt to curl. -  My kids do, nnd thoy are nlready behind tho  morning shift students, who stnrted curling  two weeks ago.  .   Don't forget, lho Mnrlno Room Is open  Krl, nnd &��t. cvc>ninf{Sr-��-~~.^'~~��~"  Mothers, has your child lad three pairs of  mitts In the last three public skating  sessions? Well, on the next one, go to tho lost  imil found ��nd retrieve thom, please. Thoro  are enough uilttfl not In nfcntlon socks,  Jackets In thero to clothe nn nrmy. If people  don't start claiming thom soon wo will havo  ���' t l  so much stuff they will have to give it to the  Thrift Shop. We are short of storage space  now.  I'm not trying to put an advertising plug  in for anyone, but in case the news hasn't  gotten around to you, Trail Bay Sports has  .now got their.skate sharpener. Apparently .  sharp skates area must so my kids tell me,"  and my husband says I can't sharpen them  by putting them in the knife sharpener, so off  to the store I go.  Although this isn't a hockey column, Jim  Gray is doing a great job on that, I would like  to take a minute to say "Thanks" to my three  boys coaches. Sometime when you are out  there and you see your kids coach, stop him  and say thanks. They are doing it because  they enjoy it but every weekend can be a bit  of a grind and a wordof appreciation doesn't  hurt.  See you at the rink.  Gibsons came out tops Nov. 28 in the  school district's annual elementary cross  country race held, this year, at Roberts  Creek.  In all, 48 students. representing four  elementary schools took part in the event.  Gibsons lead the overal point standings with  26 followed by Roberts Creek with 18, -  Langdale with 9 and Madeira Park with 1.  Individual standings were as follows:  Tyke girls ��� 1. Hanna Jones, Gibsons; 2,  Kirsten Storvol, Gibsons; 3, Carol Montgomery, Roberts Creek.  Tyke boys ��� 1, Travis George, Roberts  Creek; 2, Gerald Bailey, Gibsons; 3, Shawn  Murphy, Gibsons.  Peewee girls ��� 1, Jackie Gaines, Gibsons; 2, Sylvia Passmore, Roberts Creek; 3,  Janet Reid, Madeira Park.  Peewee boys���1, Justin Webb, Langdale;  2, Donard McKerizie, Gibsons; 3, Chris  Cottrell, Langdale.  ',., . Bantam girls' ���% Boriita:Dube, Roberts  Creek; 2, Cindy Maclean, Roberts Creek;  Debbie Seymour, Gibsons.  . ' Bantam boys ��� 1, Andrew Turenne,  Gibsons; 2, Mike Fyles, Langdale; 3, Louis  Tom, Roberts Creek.  After the event, the runners were served  soup by the Roberts Creek parents auxiliary.  Nothing.is easier than fault-finding; no  talent, no self-denial, no brains, no character  are required to set up in the grumbling  business.  ' GIBSONS ��� Coast Motorcycle Club has  slated a public meeting Dec. 6 to promote  motorcross racing in the area.  Spokesman Peter Perchason said the club's  track near Port Mellon on the B.C. Hydro  right-of-way was nearing completion and had  gained Canadian Motorcycle Association  sanction and certification.  The track was constructed by 10 young  people operating under an Opportunities for  Youth grant.  ' Three ��� CMA-sanctioned races are  scheduled on the track next year, said  Purchason. The first is slated March 16, with  others in late September and late October.  He predicted the meets would attract top  riders from throughout the lower mainland  and the interior because of the four national  competition points available in the main  race.  All participants and spectators will be  covered by CMA blanket insurance.  "The races will be over varied terrain and  man-made jumps," said the club spokesman.  "It's not flat racing."  Purchason stressed that motocross was a  IB  family sport, with categories for the  youngest and the oldest members.  The family attractions of the sport will be  stressed at the public meeting, which will be  held at Gibsons Wildlife Club on the Sunshine  Coast Highway near Seaview Cemetery.  Purchason said he hoped motocross  cycles would be on display to show novices  the types of machine that are used in the  sport.  4  0210  2.9| 7  0445  7.5  WE  0940  ���6.1  SA  1145  15.6  i  1600  10.0  1905  5.8  2015  11.9  5 ���  0300  4.3  8  0~125~  " T1.4  ��� ,  1020  16.0  SU  0600  9.0  1705  8.7  1225  15.2  2140  0350  11.1  5.8  1950  4.5  6  9  0250  12.4  FR  1100  15.8  MO  0715  10.1  1805  2.7  1310  14.9  2330  10.8  2035  ��� 3.4  A   ,0  0355  13.5  -  ���^  f{    TU  0830  1350  2120  10-9 .J  14.6 1|  2.6  K  k'  SPECIAL:  1969  55   HP  Evinrude,  complete  with electric controls.  : $52S  MERCURY OUTBOARD  : SALES & SERVICE  HERCURYUHD  SECHELT  885-9626  p'^v^aabj^  SSaS^S  :o  There will be a general meeting of the  Timber Trails Riding Clubjon Thurs. Dec. 5  at the Old Roberts Creek Legion Hall, Lower -  Road.  All past, present and future members,  parents and- children, please attend and  support our local club.  Now is the time to start planning any and  all events for the coming year. The  possibility of acquiring our own property for  the club will be discussed.  Lack of support will mean the folding of  our club.  I  Cowrie St. Sechelt  ff'."jams' ?_"? y. trw*  ;.  THE  Cfee 'Times' AdBriefs to Sell Rent Buy, Swap, etc.  ian  On Wed. ,Nov. 27 Elphl's Sr. Girls  Basketball team journeyed to Vancouver  where we played an exceptionally good team  ��� North Van.  7 Unfortunately for us, North Van. took a  very early lead and continued making excellent baskets throughout the game,, They  defeated us, but Elphl's girls showed a lot of  stamina, good playing and wonderful  sportsmanship. '  High scorers for Elphl were Barb Drew  and Gall Blomgrcn. Some good passes were  thrown from Pam Benner and Cindy Kuriicz  nnd Gall Blomgren ployed extremely hard  and fnst, Some nlco Intercepts from Gwcndn  Havies and Sue Dixon.  On Dec. 6 the girls travel to Port  Coquitlam, where wo play a tournnjhent for  the weekend, '  Mlic Heefiii]  Friday, December 6f h  at 7:30 p.m.  ��� ���    ';'7y7;,: in '���,    : ', ' ''  Gibsens Wildlife  Club Hall  Anyono  j     Interested        In    '  Motocross  Racing on  our  now     \  sanctioned track noar Port Mollon  ,   Is Invltod to ottond,  I  j  &n  m  MA  ^  J3��awr_x_a_a^*���***i^&^^^>x2fi  B Romombor to reaorvo your Now Yoar's Evo party tickets NOW as spaco  | is going fasti  I ��� House Committee  |Sm pM PM PM PM PM PM PM Ml Ml Ml RM'PM Ml Ml Ml Ml Ml HI Ml m' PM WW RM PM PM Ml Ml  1  1  EN'S & BOY'S CLOTHING ft, SHOES  'We ".Have jusrrecei^ir7^  shipment of Hockey Skates  Sunshine Motors has moved to a new location just down the street* to the  Standard Motors lot in, Sechelt. With this move we now put into effect our  50/50, three month warranty on all units over $1,000 sold at regular prices.  -Seiviced'Tight'at'-ouHot'with-Standar^  / > ��� ''"��� ��������������� ������  ���' , ' ��� ��������� ���'��� ��� ������; .'������������ ���������'���'���'<���'��������� '��� ������ ";:   y   ; ���������'  The Same Phone 889-2528 the Same Good Deals  i    .      ' ��� ��� ��� ���   *���   (  .....".;. i.   ' y   - .������.,... ..,        ' . . ���  Many pick-ups now on sale at lower lhan city prices plus warranty.  Our Gibsons lot also going full swing on North Road.  Warranty applies there too.  \  STOP IN TO SEE US IN (  THE TRAIL BAY SHOPPING CENTRE,  SECHELT.  MM"**1**  mm The Peninsula Times Page B-i$  Wednesday, December 4,1974  r     ...   i. jm T-mi.-iiiiiipi m..���-   -,-.____.       -.      .  -. SAT. Dec. 7  large ice small ice  5:30 - 6:45 P.W. G-2  ' G-3 P.W. S-4  6:45-'8:00 P.W. P.H. & Bant. H.L: P.H  8;00��� 9:15 P.H. Juvs. H.L. G-l  9:15 ��� 10:30 Bant S-l & S-2 H.L. G-l  10:30 ���11:45 Bant G-l & G-2 H.L. S-l  11:45��� 1:00 P.W. S-l & S-2 Juvs. S-l  5:30��� 6:45  6:45��� 8:00  8:00��� 9:15  9:15 ��� 10:30  10:30 ��� 11:45  11:45���  1:00  Sun. Dec. 8.  large ice  G-2 Juvs.  S-2 Juvs.  S-l Juvs. f  G-l Juvs.  P.W. G-5 & G-l  P.W. S-3 & S-4  small ice  Giris^  Girls-2  Girls 1  P.W. S-2  Juv. P.H.  H.L. S-2  l\  i  ��     i  fig? ��� '^  .J. ���  -*7.��  -���>:&A?7  ii^-a      a"      .  .MUS  \  Soccer .coaches clinics are being planned  for the new year. Tbe, clinics, arrangeable  through the B.C. Soccer Association, are  being offered to teams, schools and the  community at large.  Film presentation, workshops, seminars  or coaching clinics providing certification for  haying attended an 'Introduction to Soccer  Coaching' clinic are planned.  All interested groups are requested to  contact Bill McAllister, technical director for  Soccer, B.C. Fitness and Amateur Sport  Office, 319 ��� 716 Courtenay Street, Victoria,  B.C.  These clinics are available through the  auspices of the B.C. Fitness and Amateur  Sport Grant to Soccer. A tentative date and  alternate is requested when replying for  assistance.  Sechelt lanes  Wednesday Ladies  ; Marg Humm 200-237-607; Betty Morris  192-228-602; Esther Berry 235-202-582; Hazel  Thursday Commercial League  Charlie Humm 191-229-605; Andy Henderson 268-592; Sam MeKenzie 205-244-619;  Jerry Meilke 285-179-588; Kathy Currie.217;  Gary Roberts 212-194-274-68d; Cauleen McCuaig 224-235-198^657.  Buckskins    ^ '���-'-.������'   Earl John 580-221; Randy Joe 221; Janet  John 411-189. ,  -��� Tues.-Nighti:Ladies^p;H.>ri;y;^7^yS-^���..;    ��� .  777P��irf ��Sti^^^tja1^22<��"  599; Nell Jager 275-627:  Ball and Chain  Andy Sterloff 622-(254); Ed Nicholson 612-  (214-213); Eve Worthington 249.  PENDER HARBOUR - The Pender  Harbour Lions Club will be sponsoring a  minor hockey team this year.  That information came out at the club's  meeting November 19.  At that meeting Brent Rees, local school  teacher, outlined to the club that a scheduled  hockey league Was being set for the  youngsters of the Pender Harbour area. Rees  explained the uniform needs, transportation  problems and how the ice times would be  used at the Sechelt Arena,  After the presentation, the Lions Club  voted to sponsor a hockey team.   )  The Pender Harbour Community is also  considering sponsoring a team from the  area,'    '. ���,   ' ' .' ."; ���  ���      . .���,.  THIS IS KNOWN locally as a 'Steve  Benson Special.' It consists of a golfball  with a model aircraft engine attached.  You see, Steve was having some trouble  getting distance with his nine iron shots  Howe Soundings .. ���  ��        Q  BY MARGARET JONES 886-9843  To be an Old Age Pensioner, you don't  have to be an old age pensioner. Or, to be  more explicit, you can be a member of  Gibsons Old Age Pensioners' organization  without, yourself, being a pensioner.  In fact, the club would like to have more  young members. L.D. MacLaren, who has  just completed a four-year term as  president, says any bona fide resident of B.C.  is eligible to join.  New officers were elected at' the  organization's last meeting. Jim Holt takes  over as president, Rita Silverton as first  vice-president and Sue Stevenson as second  vice-president. Secretary is Helen Raby and  treasurer Irene Bushfield.  Formed in 1958, the Gibsons OAPO has a  membership of over 200. The oldest member  is 101 and one lady of 90 never misses a  meeting. She has been to Hawaii several  times with a. group representing the lower  mainland. Though not a club-organized trip,  this is a popular one with the members. What  Started out as a private enterprise became a  mass exodus of 79 people three years ago.  , Last year, 66 went and this year, 55.  The club has numerous activities to  keep everyone busy ~- bingo on the first  Monday of each month and five-pin bowling  every Tuesday. The Golden Age Competition  tests the skill of bowlers from across the  country, and local OAPO members are  getting In some serious practice,  Thursday Is carpet bowling day at the  at the Sunshine Coast Golf and Country  Club, so some friends of his whipped up  this little device to help. Steve looks less  than convinced. ���Timesphoto  O  o  o  United Church hall.  The bus trips to Reno, which so many  members enjoyed, have been discontinued  j, because, of. increased rates. _ v t ,,, -y _lv!^.,  Three years" ago,'work was started oh an  outdoor bowling green. The site, which is  bounded by Franklin, Burns and Cochrane  Roads, was given by the village of Gibsons.  Some funding was received from a New  Horizons grant and, to date, some two acres  have been cleared. A stalemate in acquiring  funds may mean using the green temporarily s  for pitch and putt.  ��� When it is finished, the bowling green will  not be for pensioners only; non-members will  be allowed to use it for a small charge.  Service clubs in Gibsons are good friends  of the OAPO. Last Saturday, for example,  the Lions Club hosted a dinner for club  members at the Legion Hall. The Legion  Ladies Auxiliary did the cooking, with Lionsr  members waiting on tables.  Anyone who would like to join the Old Age  Pensioners' Organization should go along to  one of our meetings, held on the 3rd Monday  of each month at 2 p.m. in the basement pf  the Gibsons Health Unit on South Fletcher  Road. '  MEMO  To all Gibsons groups: Please let us have  reports on what you are doing so I can Include details In this column. Good public'  relations is essential and, often, as we havo  .found from personal experience, members  are just too busy with the Job at hand to sit  down and write about it.  A leader has two Important characteristics: first, ho is going somewhere;  second, he Is able to persuade other people to  go with him.  ^IIIIIIIIUIIHMII.ntHMHIMIIIUMIIHMIIItlllMMHI Iir  \       The United Church  of Canada  | SERVICES:  St, John'* United Church - Davli Day  Sunday Sorylco j-9:30 a.m.  j Gibiom Unltpd Church  ��� Sunday Service* - 11:15 a.m,  i,�����,_w ,,.,,.,,,,,MINISTIVi('!,,,��,������,7,,���.^��  j        Rov, Jlni Williamson, Gibsons, 006-2333  MMIMMMaMHIMMMIMMMMHIMIMIIMMIMMIMIIMMIIMMIIIIIIk?  al Aubin  Apprenticed  UPHOLSTERER  With 28 Yoart Exporlonco  living room furniture a  opoclalty, A quality lino of  fabrics brought to your  homo at no obligation.  ���.���.,, fw,���.,.���.���,.,,,.���...  furlhor Information phono:  885-9575  Gov't Inspected or SHORT RIB  Regular Gov't Inspected  Gov't Inspected Bone In  Ti  Sfef*Wt��  :*..*.*  SiLj&I  PRICES EFFECTIVE: December 5th, 6th and 7th.  We reserve the right to limit quantities   ,  \^y  zjyyj  More than ihe value is super and we're proving it every day  ��� ���   . ���. i   , y*              ^^   ^^ ^*^ f*^ ^%  SUNHYCREST PLAZA, GIBSONS Page B-4  The Peninsula Times  Wednesday, December 4,1974  The Peninsula5^*^  Don Morberg, .Managing Editor.  "A free press is the unsleeping guardian of  evejy   other  right   that free'men   prize.:'  ��� Winston Churchill  New LcTgion bnildiiig  It was heartwarming to see a couple  of Pender Harbour oldtimers out  recently to snip the ribbons for the  opening ��� of the new Madeira Park  Legion Branch No. 112 building.  During the opening ceremonies, the  branch president Alan Thompson read  exerpts from the minutes of Legion  meetings held in the early days.  Provincial secretary L.H. Harrison  spoke later and noted President  Thompson read in the minutes that  community service was part of the  Legion's function during the 1930's, a  concept which did not become universal  in the Legion organization until the  early 1950's  The Times wishes the Madeira Park  branch well with their new building and  we add the hope that the new building,  which came about through the cooperation arid concern of many, local  builders and services at a cost less than  anticipated, will serve as a reminder to  the organization to keep up the fine  record of community service they  started 40 years ago.  Also we hope the building serves as a  reminder to the communities of the  Pender Harbour area of the dedication  of the Legion organization. Furthermore we hope it stands as a symbol  that good old community spirit isn't a  thing of the past.  gement  The Times notes Judge J.S.P.  Johnson this week handed a man a $250  fine for knocking down a traffic sign.  To some this might seem like the  punishment is a little steep in terms of  the actual damage to the sign. In those  terms it is-a little steep. We are glad to  see those were not the terms of  reference the judge took in the sentencing.  Judge Johnson looked at the possible  damage which might have occured if a  traffic accident had resulted from.the  sign being knocked down. We think  those are the proper terms of reference  for such an offence.  We are glad to see Judge Johnson-  views with the seriousness we think  should be attached to it.  - Vandalism is serious enough; but  when the vandalism involves the endangering, of lives, it should be looked  upon much more seriously.  Sechelt News Motes  ���by Peggy Connor  The Lady, Lions of Sechelt - held their  monthly meetings the Peninsula Drive-In  .on Nov. 13. Guest for the evening was Mrs.  Sylvia Blackwell who gave an excellent  demonstration of cake decorating preparing  the ladies for their Dec. 14 bake sale to be  their base at Rosedale. Now realizing their  first choice was right,, they are happy to be  back on the Sunshine Coast, living at Roberts  Creek.  Three gnarled giants guard the Francis Peninsula Road.  Letters to the Editor are the opinions of readers, and  nom-de-plume may be used for publication, but all  not necessarily "those of The Times. A  originals must be sinned by the writer.  held in the Trail Bay Mall.   .  ' It was a terrible windy day and the ladies  of the Margaret Lamb Unit of,St. John's  United Church wish to thank the many people  who braved the weather to make their tea a  big'success.  Also to their hard working- members a  thanks for providing such a nice tea, the,  occasion started off with Mrs. Hilda Lee of  Gibsons, UCW opening the tea, held Nov. 13,  at Wilson Creek Community Hall.  Mr. and Mrs. Ken Pearson of Davis Bay  became grandparents for ttie seventh time  ,on Nov. 19 "with the arrival of a son to Harold  , and Natalie in Los Angeles.  The Extended Care Arts and Crafts sale  held in the foyer of St. Mary's Hospital Nov.  25 was quipkly mowed down as customers  bought up the many items for useful and  decorative Christmas presents. All were the  work of the patients.  Robbie Franklin who .left here on a  scholarship to Nova Scotia is now third officer aboard a Shell Oil tanker which travels  down the West African-Coast, to New York,  , Curacao, Netherland Antilles and he has a  girl in every port because he is allowed to  take liis wife along.  ' The Norman Franklins are living on  Cortes Island at present.  Allen and Dorothy Angel of the Yarn Barn  in Sechelt are enjoying a visit from Dorothy's  " sister Mrs. Marjorie Conn of Calgary. They  intend to keep her here as long as they can.  They are enjoying her company and also her  help.  1 George and Betty Morris have spent the  last 10 months touring the province making  have your  and mounted  * Needlework a specialty  Phone:  885-9573  uiiiiiiiiuiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiuiiiirg  |      INSTALLED & SERVICED      ��  Repairs, new carpet sales,        5  installation. Service guaranteed.   3  eon s carpe  Claims forest industry gets away with murder  reduction in the number of "independent"  operators which occurs but also the erosion  of the "independence" of the survivors. Gulf  o  RECENTLY Georgia, that's the lady I'm  married to, went a-visiting.  Once inside the door of this house, she was  assaulted by a two pound ball of fluff with a  slurpy tongue on one end and a waggy tail on  the other.  The puppy the proceeded to ingraciate  himself to the nth degree by doing all kinds of-  puppy things like looking cute,... lap-  jumping, face-licking and that sort of stuff.  WhehGeorgie got back home- she ;had that  look in her eye.  ' Yoy*guessed'it.Hdthirig'will do*T>utMrs."' *  Morberg wants a puppy. Not just any puppy, '  mind you. She wants one of those little, tiny  fuzzy ones with big feet that grow up into  huge, furry appetites.  So during my day off, we went puppy  hunting. Keeping tin mind that this is,  generally, the wrong time of the year for  puppies and keeping in mind there weren't  any in the 'pets' section of The Times, we  didn't have any too much luck.  We came upon a nice, little, old lady who  had a dear little Yorkshire Terrier which had  become part of the family. The N.L.O.L. was  willing to part with that part of the family for  .$300.  She had us wrong. We don't want a show  ' dog, or a registered blue blood with a lineage  back to William the Conqueror. We just want  a puppy that will grow into a dog, just a  regulation fetch-a-stick dog.  Georgie likes large dogs. I like medium  sized strong clogs like huskies, malamutcs or  samoyeds.   '   ry'';'���'',"'       :"'"":'-7������;-<"'>;������  IF ANYONE sees such an animal which  needs a good home, give me a call.  TALKING' about dogs,, while our  Household needs one, I understand there,aro  several hundred on the Sechelt Peninsula'  whlqli arc not wanted. I was told thero are  many dogs at the north end of the Peninsula .  who havo been giving the deer population a  rough time.  , A man I know, Clyde Burton, ls the  guardian angel for a small lake in a small  municipality up north, Ho loves birds and has  stocked the lako with ducks, swnn3, geese  nnd what have you. ��� ' '  AH the time he has been losing birds to  ���various'sources, but tho main ono Is dogs.  "Pooplo don't ronlizo,". ho snld, ."that It  Isn't pack of wild dogs who nro killing'the  birds, It's plain old household pets. Pets who  arc left out overnight to run do tho most  damage.",  Clydo's'u dog lover too and n firm believer  that dogs should not bo allowed to run unsupervised (there Is n difference between  that nnd belngtakcn for walks oh a leash only  which Isn't healthy fpr a dog.)  Dogs require exercise, If you nro n dog  owner, you should bo ready to take , the  rcsponslbllty of supervising your dog. Keep  nn eye on him when he's .running and exercising, Dogs nnd populated areas enn bo  The PENiNsuLA^^e^  Published WwlncMlnys nt Suclwlt  on ll.C.'s Sunshine Const'  ftwcll Klvcc Newt Titwii Crier  ������ Scclicll 'llnici Ucl.    ,  I)ux3I0.SccIkII,H.C.  '  Hume 885-32.11  Sulrsciljition Kuk-s. (in nrivfliKv)  1* khI, H>7 |ht ytuir. Beyond .15 mill?., S>8  ' l),S,A.,*H),Ovmwi$l|,     p  Si'fyinfith,iirtuJ'nmihitlMi'lkmlol''nmi)rtt.  \lliiw Sound tu Jvivis lnli't\  1 WP|fWWMVV��tVWVVVVMVWMWWaa.lWiM��<<Va��<Ot��n��W��>VWyVWWW^  By Don Morberg Managing Editor  complatible, I believe.  LAST WEEK I dropped in at the Sechelt  and District Chamber of Commerce to listen  to speakers on the problems facing the  trucking industry. I sat long enough to  realize that you have to be a certain kind of  masochist to be in the trucking business.  HOWEVER,'I did admire the courage of  the trucking company owner to get up there  and make himself the centre of a bearpit  discussions, the target of all the complaints'  minor and major.  *" ALSO I'have to give "the'Chamber of"  Commerce credit for initiating such a  meeting. It gave people with complaints ��L_  chance to air them. It gave the company a  chance to defend themselves and expound on  the problems facing the industry. I think  each side got a glimpse into what it looks like  from the other side.  I hope this will not be the last of such  ' meetings to deal with any problems facing*  the area. The chamber has a chance to  provide a service to the communities of the  area and I hope the residents will respond by  taking these opportunities to air complaints,  beefs or whatever. It's only by bringing  things out into the open will anything get  accomplished.  BY THE WAY, try to catqh a glimpse of  one of John p. Robinson's palling cards..  Theyjre priceless.  As the annual Christmas Seal Campaign  enters Its fifth week, contributions for the  province of British Columbia total $214,000,  or approximately 45 per cent of the $500,000  target.      y . , ���,   ' ���  Campaign Go-ordinator Rd McLhchlln  said returns were coming In at about tho  same rate as last year, with just over 100,000  responses received by the British Columbia  Tuberculosis-Christmas Seal Society as a  result of tho first'mulling of Christmas Seal  envelopes to British Columbia homes,  'Contributions from the Sunshine  area total .flOHl, approximately 50 per cont of  ^thc^,U\rgQt.J.oL$3200,jriiQ^J}unshinc--Coa8t���  Christmas Seal Committee Chairman Is Mrs.  , Pat Murphy of Halfmoon Bay.  Coapt  Councils, boards  meeting times  Boards nnd municipal councils hold  public meetings nt tho. following times  nnd places,  ��� Gibsons village council, municipal  hall, 1st and 3rd Tuesdays, 7 p.m.  ��� Secholt schoolhoard, Gibsons, 2nd  , and 4th Thursdays,.7:30, (Lower, floor,.  Glbsona municipal hall),  ,.���-     Sechelt village council, municipal  hnll, 1st and 3rd Wednesdays, 7:30.  ��� Sunshine ' Const regional board,  Seehelt, Inst Thursday of each month,  7:30 p.m.  Members of tho public may attend  any,of those meetings but generally  "must obtalnpiior permission in order to  speak or represent a delegation.  Editor, The Times;  Sir: As the representative of log salvors,  we would also like to voice our criticism of  Bob Williams' treatment of the'forest industry. While the news media and opposition  parties are rushing to defend industry, our  complaint is that Mr. Williams has been too  slow in acting and that his measures will  likely be far too lenient. Because the Forest  Industry generates over 50 per cent of the  income of British Columbia, former  governments have allowed" Industry to get  away- with "murder." Here are a few  examples:        ,  ECOLOGICAL DAMAGE  The shores, seas, lakes streams and  woods of our Ftovince are contaminated by  abandoned logging equipment, logs left to rot  and other forestry debris. As the public  outcry over the debris problem mounts and  governmental pressure on4ndustryto clean--  up their garbage increases; industry merely  stalls by conducting studies, filing reports  and asking the governments to fund the  schemes industry devises. Furthermore, it is  only in areas that offer good public relations  opportunities that they even make the  pretense. They totally ignore the less  travelled areas where some of the worst  pollution goes virtually unnoticed.  ELIMINATION      OF      INDEPENDENT  OPERATORS:  Under Social Credit, the number of  operating sawmills in British Columbia  dropped from over 2,400 to just over 600  because the large companies continually  made the independents "offers they couldn't  refuse." Although log salvors represent only  a small and very specialized segment of the,  forest industry, or 'mortality', rate closely  parallels that of the Independent sawmill  operators. Since Robert Sommers granted  the first and only licence to operate, a  receiving station for salvaged logs, over 2,400  permits have been issued but only about 600  of these salvors are still active.  During   the   Forest   Industry's   rapid  conversion into oligopoly, it is not just a  Who needs television  with Players around?  Editor, Tho Tinies:  Sir���The Driftwood Players havo done it  again, this time with a quick moving and  genuinely funny farce: 'Pools Paradlce'. On  Friday night - opening night - In the Sechelt,  Elementary School, tho small company of  actons zipped around onthblrtlny stage with  a feeling of delight,'They brought gag after  gng, ridiculous situation after ridiculous  situation from their light script to glvo us an  ���.cYcnlngJCjinlrihlWt(^,l^ughtcr4^^*^^^���  Bravo I This production Is local entertainment at Its, bost, Who needs'weekend.  T.V. when people llko tho cast and crow of  'Pools Paradlce' nro thor to banish our onrly  winter boredom? Personally, I would like to  thank them for tho twlnklo that they left In  my eye nnd for tho good feelings that their  evening'.', worth of fun tickled me Into. Again,  : Bravol  '  An appreciative member of tho audience.  Log Salvage Co-operative Association (the  sole licencee for marketing salvaged logs) is  controlled by members of the forest industry  but all requests by salvors for membership  or representation have been refused.  . As Gulf Log Salvage's customers are  members of the Forest Industry and-or  members of Gulf Log Salvage; this is surely  the only 'marketing board' which operates  exclusively for the benefit of the 'customer'  and totally to the detriment of the  'producers.'  Gulf Log Salvage will not provide our  Association with financial information.  Therefore, we are unable to question their  rapidly spiralling operating costs and  changes in procedures which continue to  shrink salvors' returns from their logs.   -  Our repeated requests for Mr. Williams to  end this conflict of. interests have been  ignored to date. This is one injustice which  the Forest Products Stabilization Act might  correct. However, unless such a remedy is  retroactive, it will be a very shallow victory  for us.  MARKET MANIPULATION ���  To attain record profits, the Forest Industry has abused the law of supply and  demand by creating shortages thus inflating  prices and increasing their profits. Faced  with a depressed market, they restrict  supply by massive lay-offs." If they are  unable to maintain their inflated prices, they  seek reductions in royalties to sustain their  record profits. The increase in plywood  prices immedlatley after the reduction In the  federal tax on building materials is a blatant .  example of the forest Industry's irresponr  ..Ability. 7 :.;��� '. ���������/.������ :,-,. y-\  Any Industry which controls over 50 per  cent of the economy of a region, :has such a  record of abuse of power, has such a high  degreee of foreign control and is very  politically active (the forest industry has at  least two full-time lobbyists in Victoria)  must be subjected to very plose governmental scrutiny and control. We must never -  forget that members of the forest Industry  and a fornier minister of forests combined to  create a record of Infamy  for  British  p Columbia unmatched in tho history of the  British Empire and Commonwealth. It ls  about tlmo at the forest industry had its  knuckles rnppcd - HARD and OFTEN.  It,ls In character for the forest Industry to  make a political football out of tho depressed  lumber market but wo are very sorry to see  tho news media playing their game, A'little  objectivity on your part would bo a public  scrvlcb.  Grant Carson, Executive Director,  Vancouver"  CARIBOO AUTO SALVAGE LTD.  Quick Removal of all Scrap Metal  Objects-'LARGE OR SMALL WE  HAUL EM ALL'  Specializing in Trucks and Heavy  Equipment of all types, also Car-Bodies  and Tin removed. Complete yard clean- ~[  ups arranged.  Phone ^^^-^MMI�� Collect  Serving the Sunshine Coast  3.  a  !��?�����! lotions  Corner Pratt & Rosamund        =  Gibsons ��� 886-9093 ��  ilUIUUUIIIUIIIlUIIUIUUillllllllUllllllllllllllllUJKllJlln.  ELVES CLUB  flUBERS  Deposit your donations for  Christmas hampers at the  following depots:  December 6th.  old Legion Hall,  Mermaid St., Sechelt  December 7th.  Gibsons United Church Hall  Trueman Rd., Gibsons  HOURS:  10 a.m. - 9 p.m.  11 nights from  $389.00  2 weeks from $489.00  Departures from Vancouver  Phone Your Local  at Trail Bay Hall 885-2910 �� 885-2339 or 922-0221  pJUBIM��n^a��pu��aiJmi.����ME��������nE��"��""")|"����BB)UW^  I, p  i SATURDAY,  DECEMBER 7th  , . , .       ,       ,j _, ...... Vl>K 1 ff-t  -.1'   J       t   * J   * *   ���" ��     va"w^    w^rt/tiim %���&*,*,+���..   .... _ ..       ,t    _   .  Bost in Live Entertainment  y yi "*m& %vh\iMm :'  "JOIN IN THE FUN"  PEN1NSUI.A HOTEI.  Highway 101 ��� Coyer Charge ��� 886-2472  ���,,���___ ___�����___�����������������������������_  �����WHIUMm����l����IH����MHini.>.M������\  Christmas a signpost  of human hope  Vrompi mexlieal work  greatly appreciated  Editor, Tljo Times,     y  Slr-rAs h resident of the Hay area, 1 would  like to express tho area's deep appreciation  for the prompt work of Dr. Inglis and Uiq  ambulance men In answering our phono call  for help at tho homo of tho lato Mrs. Elslo  Hutchins, 1102 Headlands Road, on  Novcmber-7*-��-^p��--^pp^^---~^-"~-^p-.-p--  Mrs.. Evelyn Cooper, a professional nurse,  was also of groat assistance.  Their work was a credit to tho medical  profession In our midst at, a tlmo of need.  .Sally Thompson  Headlands Hond  Editor, Tho Times;  Sir���Christmas docs not have to be an  orgy of booze, baubles and busted bank accounts. Por Christmas is a sign post on the  rugged road of human hope and nsplrntlons -  n sequlnncd mantle upon tho shoulders of a  veary world,  Christmas Is love - exalt it; Christmas Is  hope - bless It, It Is Joy to bo sung, trust to be  preserved and fellowship to bo shared.  Christmas Is faith -declare It; It ls mystery -  - unfold itj - It la brotherhood ��� embrace  it, Christmas Is In tho wonder of a  child's eyes, In tlie memories of an old man,  in tho concern of a mother and tho strength of  n fnth'or,  Chrtotmns Is conviction ��� hold Jo it; it Is  for/dvcncNH and oonslllatlon, tolerance nnd  trull.; humour and humility. Christmas is the  paenn of pralso which declares tho Rlory of  the universe and lho salvation of mankind,  Christmas Is Christ - honour It. ,  Patricia Younn  fa"  I.  CBC TELEVISION NETWORK  \  prononiod hy MncMillnn Dloodol l  !iiav>aa?j��#p^��y^rtp;in^'^ ' . ����� :r.  h t _ *�� v_  .rs*_.  >j  *tf.  .'���*��;  ������__  EM.  ��� l^L*"*!  ^'j  r^'^      ',;<#*!' Y,  ...'..,.,;.    ,���.<*'���  Y ^ /iM ��*  .f��.  i j* *y v.�����r  ^��.*^    r*        a    ia  *    _M  .,->  \  #���   ' tf'ift... '** *���   -a   .*/   IT". :*  The Peninsula Times, Page B-5  Wednesday, December 4,1974  IMMWWWntMMHAffMnfWWVWWUWVWWUWWWM/lJWAMviAniuV  TOTEM CLUB  PEIBHAYS, 8:00 p.m.  INDIAN HALL  Jackpot $300  $75 TO GO  ^ DOOR PRIZE ^r  m  B  trt^-Jfcf ____._.'a^.'=*�� *��    ��M -fl^7L5-TL  ���      AT^'aV.  ji .Sail   l. ���   mhw      TllirMTii       I      >���     ^^ni^JWn *&  V^ >_���_ _.  fi7l?f'  _��� r  s^  "\  �����  7r*V  .���'iv^'Cpftis *  ... *���-"*������.^������Sm  Motion-picture classification is a fact of  leglislation common to almost all nations. In  British Columbia it has been in effect for 50  years. While the basic relationship of the  director of classification to the public and the  film industry ��� that of a public service of  convenience to theatre patrons ���has not  changed over the years, the administration  of the Film Classification Office has.  A quiet evolution in cencorship has kept  pace with the growth of idea and the advance  of education which has brought this about.  The most important steps may be traced in  order of time.  The first was the establishment of the  Appeal Board, at the request of the film  industry, giving the industry recourse from  jvtj*      "4p*-���iai_-       i -,-..���;>, ,~'.-i-��.~' ^ *C3 f  I  British Columbia must be, screened and  approved by the Director of Film  Classification. Eight of Canada's ten  provinces' have similar legislation, and  Prince Edward Island and Newfoundland  abide by New Brunswick's decisions. Censorship, as it was originally known, was  placed under the jurisdiction of the  Provincial Government by the British North  America Act.  In early 1970 the Attorney-General of  British Columbia introduced a new Motion  Pictures Act to the legislature. This was  proclaimed and has broadened the term of  censorship to become film classification.  Any system that encourages people to  think for themselves should be given every  CANADIAN actor Christopher Plummer and co-star Faye Dunaway in a  scene from Arthur Miller's After The  Fall. PlummerJ and Dunaway play  Quentin and Maggie in a two and a half  hour" television production, which  receives, .its. .world premjere on'jfre CBQ,  ��� national network at 8 p.m., Monday,  Dec. 9.  A good turn-out of pilots showed a high  degree of interest in the Department of  Transport's briefing. The pilots briefing and  briefing on the Terminal Radar Service Area'  for local pilots was held in the Reef Room of  the Jully Roger November 27. -  The local flying club was well represented  as were many other people interested in  flying and aviation safety.  Jack, Apsouris of Tyee Airways and  George Beeby, instructor for Altair Aviation  who is in charge of the sattelite training  course now being conducted at the airport  said the students in training found the brief  most informative.  The    briefing-  was    conducted    by  representatives of the Dept. of Transport  Civil    Aeronautics    specialists.     Doug.  Macauley, Air Traffic Control and R.W._  Israel, Air Regulations.  Both men were well accepted by the  pilots.  Special charts were shown on screen with  new changes in flight procedure followed up  with a color film called "Wake Turbulance."  It is a very educational film on the  dangers of wake from large air craft and  what to do about it. Between films there were  comments, questions and answers.  High hopes for more to come in the near  future were expressed. This is a must and  long over due.  Meeting over all flight paterns were  directed to the smugglers room to talk over  the pros and cons and renew old acquaintances and make new friends.  The implementation date for a TRSA at  Vancouver is December 10. Special charts  were available at the meeting.  One question not answered was who posed  for the mickey mouse film.  St. Mary's Hospital now has an official  intensive care unit.  Regional Hospital Board Chairman Frank  West told the meeting of the board November  28 that the hospital's ICU became official  December 1. 7.?;;,7,7'y7:;7'i' 7'"'"''7:  "Actually the unit has been operating on a  | Relaxed atmosphere on the beach.  arbitrary decisions. The theatre-going public    chance to succeed. Success for the director7   very limited basis" West said, "but now it  was responsible for the second major  step-^ it asked "Why must we be compelled to be limited to pictures suitable only  to children?" The , system of, the  classification of motion pictures was  established. At first, simply ah adult  category for films, but later a restricted  category was created to permit greater  freedom of choice.  These categories, as used today, are:���'  General Entertainment ��� Films In this  classification contain nothing that should  offend any normalindlvidual or group.  Mature Entertainment ��� This advised  parents that the directory considers such  pictures unsuitable for children. HowoVer, no  .. age-limit restrictions exist since it Is felt that  parents best know the emotional limits and  capacity of understanding of their own  children,     ���  Restricted ��� No Admittance to Persons  Under 18 ��� This is a classification for tlie  mature and adult. Tlio director hopes that  tho restricted label will servo to ndvlso those  who would bo informed about the content of  ���K,thpJilms.JJnlcssjiuthOT  unless the person is acco'mpahlcd by 'his*"*"*'  parent or other roponslblo adult person, no  person under tho ago of 18 years shall attend  or bo permitted to attend n motion-picture  theatre at which a film classified as  "restricted" Is exhibited or displayed,    ,  All motion pictures shown publlcnlly In  means the ability of people to make their own  intelligent choice with the aid of the  classifications which he provides.  Keep on going arid the chanced are ybu  Will stumble on something, perhaps when  you are least expecting it. Never heard of  anyone stumbling on something sitting down.  will be able to be on a 24 hour basis with  proper staffing. Of course, this will mean  much more equipment will be required,  monitors and other instruments. I think the :  board should have the impetus to proyide s  funds next year. The ICU has already given  good service and many people have  benefitted from it; but it it only a half-baked  affair."  TVe one ftneAentiHf  Fine Chinese Cuisine  our full ola-carte menu 7  _JaJ \_3L-��� ���������������������"-���������������". ������  ���������������.������.������-   .��� a*       . ��� ������      '������������ ������  .y51  ia  Ii-  '.   \  r.  .IV'  i ay  ������"  r  L  ILE  Friday, December 6th  10 a.m. to 3 p.m.  'at  longdate Elementary  School Gym  ��� REFRESHMENTS ���  MocHoy Equipment, QonNM., pocket bpokn,  Irlnkot*, notlont nnd much moro.  FUNDS     TO    BE    RAISED     FOR  STUDENT FIELD TRIP TO VICTORIA.  r ii""1 in....i,^i..r .."���'" ii  . "  ii "i "���(|--^���^���-^���*������������  7   SECHELT AGENCIES  DATE PAD  EVERY DAY ~ Phono "Tiny" Bob for tho lowest priced  Residential Fire Insurance Policy ��� 885-2235 (24 Hours)  ^l^ll^^���l^MW^^^^^lil^������l��^������^i^^���^l^l'^^�����^>'���^''^^^^^^^^^��^����'"'��������^��^^��^^^^l'^'^^  EVERY WEDNESDAY���8:00 p.m., Bingo'/new Legion Building, Secholt  EVERY THURS;���8:00 p.m., Bingo, Pender Harbour Community Hall.  EVERY FRIDAY ��� 1-3 p.m., Gibsons United Church Women's Thrift  Shop. Also first .Saturday of each month, 10 a,m, to' 12 noon  durlnn summer months, '  THURS, afternoons "TOPS" mooting at Public Health Centre, 1:30-3:00  EVERY TUESDAY���7:30 p.m.  Socholt Log|on Hall S.U.D.S, (Socholt  Ups ft Downs) Club.  Now members welcome.       '  EVERY MONDAY���2 p,m, S.C.A. No, 69 Carpot Bowling, Old Loglon  Hall, Socholt. .  EVERY THURSDAY.���8 p.m. Introductory lecture. Transcondtal Modlta-  Doc, 4 ���tioH''tacl|o?'BaK^Sdlor'Socholt**Mdlt-^ 0'fl;rn--*--*r'��**''-*������~~��� ������  Doc, 5 ��� Film Show "Austlra", Wolcomo Ooach Hall, Mrools Rd, -~730 p,m,  Doc,.5 ��� Mon./Sat, Friday 'III 0 p,m, Candle Creations, Whltakor House up-  utalrs���10 a.m, to 5 p.m,  Doc, 6~tRummaQQ Sale, LanQdala Elomontary School, Rolroshmonts--- 10  a.rn.'to 3 p.m,     ! '    .      "  Doc, 7- Gibsons, Roborts Crook, Wilson Crook, Socholt, Pondor Harbour, Cuba  and Scouts Nut Drlvo-- 10 a,m.  Doc. 0 ���Youth Sorvlco,,Gibsons United Church, Evorybody Wolcomo -7:30 P,m  Doc,io- General Mooting |or Wilsons Crook Community Association at Wilsons  Crook Hall, Everybody Wolcomo ~ 0 p,m, 7  Doc, 12 ��� Chrlslmns Corol Singing- Anollcon Church Hall, Gibsons, Everybody  Wolcomo ��� 1130 p.m,  ASK FOR OUR FREE CATALOGUE OF REAL ESTATE  Businessman's lunch  served  ���,  i ' ,  11:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.  a  ���>���,  OfiCH-  Tuesday��Thursday  ������.^������_���.,^  -    Friday - Sunday  11:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m.  approx.  per Served  afte^r 12:00 p.m.  Chinese Or Western  Your choice of i oho bevorago with the  meql ������wlno or beorY   p  DANCE TO LIVE MUSIC  Cold Buffet Served before Midnight  .\7i"'  Family Setting at IleasoiMible"PrU.eH  FULLY MODERN KITCHEN-  CHARDROILED FOODS . CATERING FOR  WEDDINGS - BANQUETS - CLUB    FUNG  -TIONS  CLOSED MONDAYS  Jkcmc6cL'P>t&ntMA>  BOULEVARD, SECHELT  ��� \  Tlckots on aalo bblwoon  Docombor 5th  and Docombor 23.  Phon�� 886-9769 or 885-9811  For R����orvdtlom  '50  PER COUPLE PageB-6  The Peninsula Times I     Wednesday, December 4,1974  1  1  * Put your message into 3,894  homes (15,000 readers) in  these economical spots. Yjour  ad is always there for quick  reference  . '.   .' anytime!  * Here's an economical way to  reach. 3,894 homes (15,000  readers) every week. Your ad  waits patiently for, ready reference .   .  .   .' anytime!  ACCOUNTANTS  W. Philip Gordon  CHARTERED ACCOUNTANT  Phone: Bus. 886-2714, Res. 886-7567  Harris Block, Gibsons, B.C.  ARCHhTECTURAL-  PLANNING  c  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] Sechelt  miiwMniii �� mini ummmrmmimrBaBtamammmMnmmiinwmm  AUTOMOTIVE   SERVICE  JAMIESON AUTOMOTIVE  Parts, Sales & Service  ��� Rotor Lather Service for Disc Brakes  and Drum Brakes  - Valve and Seat Grinding  All Makes Serviced - Datsun Specialists  Gibsons - Phone 886-7919  n���Lii,u_iu_,MJBaammTnnmi'iBiiiaBaBa  CABINETMAKERS  J L  G. S. McCrady  CABINETMAKER     -  Custom cabinets, Kitchens, etc.  Porpoise Bay Road, Sechelt  Next to Ranger Station  885-2594  BANKS  ROYAL BANK OF CANADA  Sechelt Branch      ���      Phone 885-2201  Gibsons Branch         Phone 886-2201  Madeira Park        ���    .Phone883-2711  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  710.a.m. to 3 p.mV; Friday 10 a.m. to.'6 p.m.  CUSTOM BUILT CABINETS  Pine and Cedar Furniture  885-2601  CARPET CLEANING  CARPET & CHESTERFIELD  CLEANERS  WE CLEAN WITH  ARGOSHEEN  (Free Estimates)  TOM SINCLAIR: 885-9327  phone 12-1 p.m. or after 5 p.m.  CONTRACTORS  BOUTIN BULLDOZING  CLEARING, LANDSCAPING, AND  BACKHOE WORK    '  TELEPHONE 886-9824  R.R. 2, Gibsons  DISPOSAL SERVICES   SUNSHINE COAST  DISPOSAL SERVICES LTD.  '   PORT MELLON TOOLE'S COVE  Tel. 886-2938 or 885-9973  when   renovating   or   spring   cleaning   call  '  for your disposal needs.  Commercial Containers Available  PENDER  HARBOUR  SERVICES  DISPOSAL  Weekly Garbage Pick-Up  Rubbish Removal.etc.  Barry & Dan Leech  DIVING  883-9133  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  BLASTING  TED'S BLASTING & CONTRACTING  ALL WORK FULLY INSURED  Basements - Driveways - Septic Tanks  Stumps - Ditch Lines  Call for a free estimate anytime  TED DONELY Pender Harbour 883-2734  BRUCE CAMPBELL BULLDOZING  Road Building, Land Clearing, etc.  Hillcrest Ave., RR 1 .Gibsons  886-7672  DOUBLE R TRUCKING  LTD.  EXCAVATING ���SAND  GRAVEL���FILL  Phone 886-7109  DRYWALL SERVICES  Mac Cameron  PH. 885-2706  FRED'S DRIVING SCHOOL  In Sechelt & Gibsons area  Wednesday & Thursday  * Standard Driving Lessons  * Defensive Driving Lessons  #103-7080 Glacier,      Powell River       485-5233  ELECTRICIANS  BUILDERS  HARBOUR CONCRETE &  GRAVEL LTD.  Pender Harbour area  Sand - Drain Rock - Crushed Gravel, etc  We now have 2 cohcrete mixer trucks  to serve you.  R.R. 1, Madeira Park  Phone 883-9911  BE ELECTRIC LTD.  Phone 886-7605  Box 860 .- Gibsons  "POWER TO THE PEOPLE"  SIM ELECTRIC LTD.__  INCE 1947  PHONE 885-2062  ��� ELECTRIC HEAT SPECIALISTS ���  MACHINE SHOPS        ������  SPECIALTY MACHINE WORKS  ���Hugh Baird���  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 & Equipment Repairs  ..    First Class Workmanship  Bob Forrester  Phone 885-9464  At the Sign of the Chevron  HILL'S MACHINE SHOP  & MARINE SERVICE LTD.  Machine Shop-Arc and Acetylene Welding  Steel Fabricating-Maj-ineWays  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   886-9111  PLUMBING & HEATING^  G & E PLUMBING & HEATING LTD.  Plumbing-Heating-Installations  Renovations-Sewer Hook-ups  All work guaranteed 1 year-Prices on request  886-7638 ��� Certified plumber   Box 165, GIBSONS   L ft R PLUMBING & HEATING  - SERVING THE SUNSHINE COAST -  _    Box 651, Sechelt, B.C.  Phone 885-2918  L. Mitchell & R. Mitchell .  101 CONTRACTING CO. LTD.  General Building Contractors  All Work Guaranteed  Phone 885-2622  Box 7 3, Sechelt, B.C.  WEKO CONSTRUCTION LTD.  GENERAL CONTRACTOR  For All Your  Building Needs  PHONE VERN, 885-2525 or 886-2344  -    TRAIL BAY DESIGN  WILL BUILD TO SUIT  COMMERCIAL ��� RESIDENTIAL  885-2713  SKANNOR DEVELOPMENTS LTD.  Quality l�� our Namo  Building It our Gamo  Residential ���Commercial,  Fireplaces and Bricklaying  005-2692 - Box 060, Socholt  MISSION POINT DEVELOPMENTS  LTD.  \ Y      ;���',' BUILD TO SUIT '  PRE-FAB HOUSE ERECTION     ,  RENOVATIONS  Evos885-9951 ���Box 547, Socholt ,  BUILDING SUPPLIES  ���t i ��� n���m���������i��� ii ���i-ii.ii.ip������-������ ,tmmmfim��^mmm0mmummmimmm n���ip��� mi������ ������������ -n^  A.C. RENTALS & BUILDING  SUPPLY LTD.  All Your Building Noods '  Madoira Park Phono 883-2585   u   y . u^���,  WINDSOR PLYWOODS  [tho Plywood Pooplo]  ��� .��.,a>-:��..^��.��...,��ALL  ',.   Exotic and Construction ' ., <    ,  ,  .���  Panelling ��� Doors > Mouldings   \  Glue* ��� Insulation  Hwy. 101 ��� Olbions��� 886-9221  D. W. LAMONT  Electrical Contractor  R. R. 1, Madeira Park  Phone 883-2749  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  iiiiiiiriiiiiiiiiiii_iiiwliiiil'mmiim.fiiiliiwuBa��BBiaaBMBamBaBB  MEAT CUTTING  SEASIDE PLUMBING LTD.  Gibsons  Plumbing - Pipefitfing - Steamfitting  Hot Water Heating - Pipe Lagging    l  FREE ESTIMATES All Work Guaranteed  Phone 886-7017  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 726, Sechelt, B.C.  SEWING MACHINES  BERNINA  Sales and Service to al  RENTALS  Fabric House, Gibsons  makes  Ph. 886-7525  SIGN  PAINTING  AL'S SIGN'TIFIC SIGNS  Show Cards - Banners - Truck Lettering  Boats - Plywood Signs - Windows', etc.  Mason Road, West Sechelt  Phone 885-2606  SURVEYORS  ROBERT W. ALIEN  B.C. LAND SURVEYOR  Sechelt Lumber Building  Wharf Street, Box 607  Sechelt, B.C.  Office 885-2625 Home 885-9581  Roy and Wagenaar  B.C. LAND SURVEYORS  CIVIL ENGINEERS  Marine Building - Wharf Street  ' Box 609 - Sechelt, B.C.  885-2332  TIRES  PENINSULA PLUMBING LTD.  Sales and Service ���' 886-9533  Everything for the Do-lt-Yourselfer  Contract & Renovations  , FREE ESTIMATES  Len Coates 886-7685  Ray Coates 886-9533 or 886-7872  RADIATORS  Game dressed, cut, wrapped & frozen  LYNN'S CUSTOM CUTTING  Box 277 .Sechelt  885-2575, evenings only  GIBSONS BUILDING SUPPLIES  ||971) LTD,  '7\LL BUILDING MATERIALS1'  "READY-MIX"    7  "CONCRETE-GRAVEL"  "WESTWOOD HOMES"  "GENERAL PAINT"  006.2642 n06-7033  Highway 101 -~ Glbtoni  Uso thoso spacos to   ,  roach naarly 15,000 pooplo  ovorywookl  J. B. EXCAVATING CO. LTD.  886-9031  ���"'"     Dump Truck - Backhoe - Cat  Water, Sewer, Drainage Installation  Land Clearing  FREE ESTIMATES  L&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  v RoadBulldlng���Gravel & Fill  886-2830  PonConPump  v CONCRETE PUMPING SERVICE  ' PORT MELLON TO PENDER HARBOUR,  086-7417 or 806-9890  ���I MnOTii imimii ���'�������������i��� ibi i n Mil������!n mi��� <mm m,minuMMna��ia>i " ��� imiiimiiiiuiiiinnM��� 11       i     niim    |  Larry's Drywall Sorvlcos  Specializing In drywall applications  '.���'/'"     inBUlatod and textured ceilings  R.R.tfl, Socholt 885-2464  L, E, FRADETTG  Pender Harbour-  McCANN ELECTRIC  WIRING OF ALL TYPES  ��� Residential - Industrial :<Commercial<  All work guaranteed'-' Free estimates  Joe McCann, Box 157, Madoira Park  Phone 883-9913  JIMMcKENZIE  ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR  Ph. 885-9978  MOBILE   HOME   SERVICE  Sea Coqst  MOBILE HOME SERVICE  (div. of Sea Coast Sheet Metal Ltd.)  ��� Complete. Maintenance  Do-lt-Yourself Trailer Skirting  ���    24 HR  Box 920,.Socheit      SERVICE Tel. 885-2712  G & E RADIATOR REPAIRS  Autos, Industrial and Heat Exchangers  WE GUARANTEE ALL WORK!  PHONE 886-7638  Pick-uppnd delivery service  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  TOWING  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  MOTORCYCLES  FUEL  RNIE WIDMAN  for all your  iSSO PRODUCTS  IMPERIAL ESSO DEALER  Phono 883-2663  Madeira Park, B.C.  FLOORING-CABINETS  Cabinets-Carpets - Linoleums  HOWE SOUND DISTRIBUTORS LTD.  , P.O. Box 694, Gibsons, B.C.  Blair Konnott, salos managor  Phono 806-2765  SUNSHINE CONSTRUCTION  Now house framing arid ronovallons  Pro-fab houao erections  Phopei 805-9435 ,'  A&WTRUCKING  SAND, GRAVEL, FILL  otcotora      '  Pox 92, Sechelt  Phono 885-9741  HONDAS  SALES AND SERVICE '  2 stroke, 4 stroke, dirt and street bikes  TRAIL BAY SPORTS UNLIMITED  Socholt 885-2512  Vancouvertollfree: 689-5019  MOVING & STORAGE  Scows - Logs  SECHELT TOWING & SALVAGE  LTD.  Heavy Equipment Moving & Log Towing  L. HIGGS  Phone 885-9425  TREE TOPPING  LEN WRAY'S TRANSFER.  Household Moving, Packing, Storage  Packing Materials for sale  MEMBER OF ALLIED VAN LINES  .7.' Canada's No, 1 Movers :'���'7  Ph. 886-2664, R.R. 1 Gibsons  NURSERY  Mack's Nursery-Roberts Crook  Landscaping  -Shrubs/- Fruit troos  - Fertllizor  Borry Plants ��� Bedding Plants ��� Poat Moss  Fully Llcohsod Pesticide Spraying for  , Lqndscaplng and trees  Sunshlno Coast Hwy,      Ph. 886-2684  HAIRDRESSERS  DAY CARE  Wilton Cre��k  DAY CARE CENTRE  1     ago* 3 ��� 6  qualified mporvUorn  8852721  Uso thoso spacos to  roach noarly 15,000 pooplo  ovorywookl  SECHELT BEAUTY SALON  DJanno Allen, Proprietor  ExportHalr Styling  Cowrie Street Phone  Socholt ,    885-2818  HOTELS  p>����ll��lM���>l^��IMWI���W1l���WI��^IM���.���IMMMBU    IIIIIWI��� ��������� M I.  -Ill*  PENDER HARBOUR HOTEt  ���Mpd��lrpPorfc-��^'-*-��'^^'*������^��-^>Thon��883'23'77-'  Convontlons, Dinners, Group Mootlngs  Waddings and Prlvato Partlos  7  ��� Full Hotel fadlltlM ��� ���  f " ���'" ��� ' �� ���  "      ll II   KENNELS  OPTOMETRIST  FRANK E. DECKER, OPTOMETRIST  Bal Block, Gibsons -Wednesdays ,  886<-2248  Socholt r Mondays-885-9712  PAINTING& DECORATING  (  "FOUR-O-EIGHT"  KENNELS  Boardlno lor Dogs or|d Catu, approx, '  ��� 31/2  mllns alonb  Rodrooflu Rood  (com Socholt  005-9469    ���    France* Ave.'  KNITTING MACHINES  BROTHER  KNITTING 'MACHINES'"  Coo*l R��pre*onla��lv��j  EM-��r And.��rion  085-3357  ABC  GENERAL PAINTING  INTERIOR S EXTERIOR  "BRUSH * SPRAY OR ROLL-  Call 886-2512  SUNSHINE COAST PAINTERS  '   All typos of Painting  Prlvato B, Commercial  ' Oenornl DoIIvary  Modolrq Park, B,C,  8B3-267B  KAN-DO PAINTING  INTERIOR AND EXTERIOR  Box ?43, S��ch*lt I  005-2734 Evonlno��l n05-2936  ��� ��� - 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  885-2612 or 885-2359 eves.  "RENT IT AT  SUNSHINE RENTALS LTD."  North Road, Gibiom  "We Rent or Sell Almost Everything"  Typewriters,- Lighting Plants ��� Televisions  Rototillers,'-   Cement   M|xers    ���    Lawn    Rakes  7 Mechanic's Tools   '  PHONE 886-2848    24 HOUR SERVICE  RETAIL STORES  C&S HARDWARE  Socholt, B.C.  APPLIANCES ��� HARDWARE  HOME FURNISHINGS  Phono 885-9713  RETAIL STORES (cont'd)  GENERAL STORE "  COMMERCIAL FISHING SUPPLIES  SHIP'S CHANDLERY  Francli Ponlntula Rood   ,  pondor Harbour-803-2416  HOOFING  BILL BLACK ROOFING  & INSULATION  "iSCi^  NEW ROOF or RE-ROOF  Box 201, Glb��o'n��   > 0067320  SUNSHINE ROOFING  ' SHAKES - SHINGLES ��� PUROID  ordor your shakos oarly ��� chock our prlcos f lr��t  .       Custom shakos split to ordor  Rool Repairs  Eavos and trough eloanlng  Dox 300, Socholt Phono OOfl-9073  PEERLESS TREE SERVICE  ��� Complete Tree Service  ��� Prompt, Guaranteed, Insured Work  ��� Prices You Can Trust  Phone J. RISBEY, 885-2109  VIEW DEVELOPMENTS LTD.  ��� clean-up your wooded areas  ��� remove lower limbs for view-  ��� top tall trees adjacent to buildings  Marv Volen 886-9597  T.V. and RADIO  J & C ELECTRONICS  PHILCO-FORD SALES & SERVICE1  ��� we service all brands ���  885-2568  next to Coast Cablevision  SECHELT  SUNSHINE COAST T.V. SALES  & SERVICE LTD.  ADMIRAL ��� ELECTROHOME  and ZENITH DBALERS  "IN THE HEART OF DOWNTOWN SECHELT"  Box 799, Sechelt ��� Rhone 885-9816  CLOSED ON MONDAYS  .^w.^.fM.W.  PIANO TUNING  ,_: CERTIFIEDPIANQSERVICE _^   ^  RoQulatlno ��� Repairs '  Electronically Chockod  Workmanship Ouaranlood  David Nowofolskl 886-2783  SEPTIC TANKS  TRODAN INDUSTRIES  Manufacturers of FRP ooptlc tank*  Avallablo In any slzo  ���  Phona? 006-2933 ���  Use 'Times' AdBriefs  LETTERHEADS'  , ENVELOPES  INVOICES  STATEMENTS'  JOB AND  WORK ORDERS  RULED FORMS ,  TICKETS  MEMBERSHIP CARDS   ,  SIGNS   '-  CIRCULARS  I BOOKLETS  etc . -y  _ S peciai__^  Quantity  Savings!  COMMERCIAL  AND  PERSONAL  PRINTING  AT ITS  FINEST  The   y  Peninsula  times  Printing p^s   Ideas    : ��Y ��� -�����--   Box 310 Sechelt , B.C,  Phone 885-3231  I  I  mm p-m 9?  V  �� **,  Legion officially opened ..,  Wednesday, December 4,1974 The Peninsula Times PageB-7  /ism x*4__&>  V*.  . "-^i/ai*l  W  *    3*1 �� "  -1 +  \ffl        T"      ;*2a,jfi  BY JOCK BACHOP  PENDER HARBOUR ��� A great wet day iri  Madiera Park did nothing to dampen the  enthusiasm of the people who turned out for  the official opening of the Royal Canadian  ' Legion Branch 11?. With the exception of the    appreciated  "Please convey warm thanks pf the Queen to Membership presented to Dolly Aitchison for  all members of Branch, 112 of the Royal service above and beyond the call of duty by  Canadian Legion assembled on the occasion Auxiliary President Paterson and Provincial  of the official opening and dedication of their Secretary Harrison. ������ ���  new Legion building, for their kind message  of loyal greeting which Her Majesty greatly  3f*# tt'  1*    *  fy^h<mM  .    >*rvd.'����* "   *,"\.       .        ^-"^.   ��� ��       *        -*.   *       pci   '      &**. ,     -a-  ftix  raising of the flag the ceremony was conducted indoors.  ,  Platform guests introduced by Branch  President  A.L.   Thompson  were  Legion  , Provincial Secretary L.H. Harrison, Zone  Commander Bill Hurrie,. Reverend N.J.  Godkin of St. Hilda's Sechelt who is Branch  Chaplain, building architect Warren.Scott,  , Womens Auxiliary President J. Paterson,  member Dolly Aitchison and two.charter  members Fred Helliar and George Simpson  Zone- - commander- . Bill . Hurrie  congratulated the members on their new  building and Provincial-Secretary Harrison  added his and said the Pender Harbour area  has a great future ahead of it. He mentioned  the many fields the Legion is involved in  including low cost housing projects, bursaries, and scholarships, sponsoring of Cubs  to mention a few arid added veterans and ���  their dependants benefit- from the Legion  which  he   said   is   the. largest   service  from the frrst Legion Branch of this area organization ta Canada.  whS T^T!?1"- Dfemb.er L930' The dedication of the building was con-  The Sechelt Pipe Band was in attendance . ducted b ^ Reverend Godkin and Charter  aid playedLdunng.thel ceremony. Branch member HelIiar ^ simpson cut the twin  President Thompson related some of the  history of the Legion in this area and  specially commended the many people who  worked together to make the new building'  possible. ,  The telegram from Her Majesty the  Queen read by the president went as follows,  ribbons to complete the opening ceremony.  Other   interesting   highlights   were   a  presentation of a ships bell for the building  by architect Scott and an Honorary Life  As of January 1st, 1975  the price of ail garbage  pickup will be increased.  Please have your back  bills with us cleared up  by that time.    . -  Thank You  KELLY &AL SHARP  DISPOSAL  "THERE  ARE " less, than   200   life member pin on Mrs. Dolly Aitchison of beyond the call of duty. 'SHe was also  members of the Legion Ladies Auxiliary J Madeira Park! A member of Branch 112 presented with a gift by Auxiliary  in B.C./' Legion Provincial Secretary Ladies Auxiliary, Mrs. Aitchison was president J. Patterson.  L.H. Harrison said as he pinned a life  i  awarded the pin for, "service above and  T  ���Times Photo  a>      1  't.  'I*.  ���a.  til   . 1/  w&        .��v**V'_?  't    I^sX     i >���ap^.,^.......... J'.  ) .   f��;r-Y  <V>  ���(,   ., i **-  .-I  1C*  six  h ������  a  �� ��  f   .....       ~  !  iSSuJ^TkCLSt  i  V , .X  lit  SECHELT LEGION contributed their in Madeira Park. The pipe band, under  pipe band to add color to the opening Pipe Major Harold Estabrook, played  ceremonies of the new Legion building    selections at the official opening and  then did some unofficial entertaining in  the festivities which followed.  ���Times Photo  Am.,  "Ik  'fa + jSaii  >��  **(. r  LEGION PRESIDENT Alan Thompson  read a telegram of congratulations from  the Queen at the Madeira Park Legion's  opening ceremonies.  scapaasMJjp^-:,.^^^^  !  !  i  ->''''  i * ���  JMhWH^HJ^JgB^JJW^^  I.  i  5  i  s  GOOD USED CARS  AND TRUCKS,  TRAILERS, etc.  PHONE: 885-2151  OR 886-2848  l  IBIS  j^WB��'J^!B*t!?)^VJj!��p  ^INI-BUS TRANSPORT INFORMATION  The Mini-Bus Transport Service is intended for the use of the  general public without other means of transportation. You may travel  on tlie Mini-Bus, free of charge, for all health needs or social service  needs. Special requests will also be considered.  ���  The Mini-Bus is NOT available for shopping trips, and it is NOT  intended as a substitute for police, fire or ambulance service.  y��� It will be necessary-for all persons to register for this service.  Registration cards are available at the following agencies:  Gibsons Medical Clinic  '   >'-<  i   ���"������  '     '   Gibsons Dental Clinic         ' "   "'' '  '  s Gibsons Chiropractor  Sechelt Medical Clinic  Sechelt Optometrist  St. Mary's Hospital  Gibsons Public Health Office -  Gibsons Optometrist  Sechelt Chiropractor  Sechelt Dental Clinic  Sechelt Mental Health Office  Sechelt Human Resource Office  All trips MUST be booked at least 24 hours in advance.  Ira |  INFORMATION & DISPATCH  i  l  i  I  ^i^i-^^^^m:?;^'^  MS1:1  S3SS  PROVINCIAL  SECRETARY  of   the  Legion L.H. Harrison addressed the  official opening of the Madeira Park  Legion. Harrison outlined the  organization's position in tho community* and mentioned the many fields  tho Legion was involved in, in terms of  community servico. Ho noted Branch  112 had a great future ahead of it.  mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmammmmmmmimmmmmmmmt  Im\, year's Christmas cords' and a few  other Items ore now on solo at half price at  - ���--Miss1 Bee's,- Sechelt,'""; * ���'.������-���,-;- a,y.���_   THE WISE MAN'S GIFT  an econorhicalrpractical 7  SEWING  MACHINE  ZONE COMMANDER Bill Hurrie from  Powell River had congratulations for  the Madeira Park Legion on the opening  of their new building.  IRrS CARPET CARE  by ARGOSHEEN  Our services Include  carpet & upholstery cleaning  Free estimates and  in-home demo.i  Call our  Electronic Answering System  885-9277  Mike Danmih  This quality portable  gives you  * Zlg Zoqs  * Duttonholos '  * Appllquoa  '"���"*" p<jrni" �����-.-.-  .���.-  * Automatic Bobbin Wlndor  available at:  FABRIC HOUSE  Gibsons  SEW EASY  Sechelt  V  pf.  ���<*+���**  Join us for our  EVENING  sAle  "'��� STOREWIDE ���  FRIDAY, DECE1BER 6  to  LOWEMLAINE  ��� FLORISTS * GIFTS ��� JEWELLERY  Gibsons   886-2325  > hige is-S  The Peninsula Times  Wednesday, December 4,1974.  '*T*��  "la     V  !  i.\-y' \^y! ^y\\y<-   --"  I -"'.''-       * ' , ��� ," '' I '  lV    - *   y ^i~y     ^'K"- '"'"' V '    Sflr^ibSpi 1  c <. % <.x v7* y^#%'��&-; '"        v-   !E * 111 a^ j  ��� '   ' ���>^MH��&gSto->...  ,.< ''7    ��-  . H tY  Ppvi Pi\��'  *        v����  ��41S>Y-_^"''    -  7*. '*,   ij,y>7 v   v'5   /   j ��� /    -Y ' r  ^"^ 7i___y_7''     * .i ";y   a.7/   7       -  a    . ii��� ii'lE__"lLLi ___!_!____ iuijil.7_    _____ p,*.'   ,      >".   7     ��� *���  ' PJ  DAIRY BOX  or  BLACti TRAGIC  lib.  - T  .!���!  KRAFT Deluxe  ^ ;��a___i_tf ^S_H_^__��___/   jaaP  JBaBBr MBM, MSSmr:  . ���'���l     '- '        ' . ,      - p   , ��� Y��� , - ,J   ' i ,   ������'    J  ' 7-7v '<-. * ^?.'>777'^7v7p7-  /     i i    '  *     t  . iiiiwiwiiirTniiinTTrwTwrwTniwMiii i  -���� JV * 1  tegylar Grind  ���;-/  "��.  '      J��T> <  -X&  -4Tv?  .<>y $  1*77^"  /    r   !  i.   .  14 oz.  sYY-  "^v. '   *$>7  "yw  iairt  ^���^v  \*5J^*a  r7\W ���  ���*/-��|  DESPITE ALL THE jokes about the  Sunshine Coast and its liquid sunshine,  you, can't fool mother nature. Mrs.  Thomas Brown of West Sechelt reported  there were.raspberries growing in her  garden. It wasn't raspberry blooms, but  real raspberries. Where else but the  Sunshine Coast can you have "raspberry  pie from freshly-picked raspberries at,  Christmas? ���Timesphoto  Happenings around the Harbow  MADEIRA PARK  If you didn't attend the festivities in the  new Legion Building after the opening  ceremony Nov. 23rd, yo'u missed a great  evening. I don't believe I saw an'empty seat  all night.  The large crowd enjoyed their first couple  of drinks courtesy of the management and  this of course got everyone off to a good start.  The dance started at 9 p.m. in the hall and  ' * those in the mood were entertained by "THE  HAT TRICKS". The fun was fast and furious  and I got a kick out of watching the various  dancing styles. (Whatever happened to  cheek to cheek). Guess I'm getting old! }t  was a real pleasure however to see so many  of our local people getting together and  having fun.  I couldn't possibly name everyone I saw  there but a few have come to mind. I  recognized Joe and Sheila McCann, Gordle  and Ruth Kobus, Jack and Judy Charboneau,  Alvln and Louise Dribnenki, Jo McKinnon  Ertc and Annabollc Antllla and others who I  hope will forgive me for not mentioning their  names.  During the evening I got conned Into  playing snooker .with Charlie' Hauka who  taught me a thing or two, (Last tlmo I'll play  you Charlie I),  Just beforo I dragged myscjf homo I met  the crew of the tug "Swiftsuro" which wns  sitting out the blow down at the government  dock nnd they invited mo for breakfast  Sunday morning. Well, I tottered down to tho  dock around 9 a.m. Sunday nnd bellovo me -  breakfast was the Inst thing on my mind.  However a few mugs of riim-lnccd coffee  ^**Bt^lBhlon^d'm^out ''i^iwiwliot'"��iricl''* lator'ln w  the day 1 hud the pleasure of the crews  '   compnny as wo watched the Grey Cup game  at my place. Thanks fellow?. ��� come back  anytime,  I dropped in to chat with Ingrid Schoutons  ojf '"Iho Added Touch" hero In Madeira Park  and she told mo an amusing Btory.  She had to go to Vancouver to pick up  somo Block and found herself driving behind  . ono of thoso trucks which aro rigged to carry  windows and panes of glass, Tho sign painted  on tho rear bumper wns what caught her eye.  It snld���"Bless; all little boys who carry  slingshots!"  1 visited tho young Pockrarit family on  Francis Peninsula the other day, The ml-  , dlUpnto the family Is a very hnndsomo boy.  Ills name Is Chad William'. As I told Itonrm-  Mno sho nnd husband Fred can be very proud  of him. Only one thing'bothered mo. Do you  know that t|ie little rascal has more hair on  his head than I hnvoV Doesn't seem fair to  by Jock Bachop 883-9056  me! Kidding aside, Ronna-Mae he is perfect.  Congratulations to you both.  PENDER HARBOUR COMMUNITY CLUB  President Jock Hermon has sent a letter  to members appealing to them to attend a  special meeting on Sunday, t>ec. 15, at 1  p.m.. This is in regard to a request that the  club sponsor a kids hockey team which hopes  to compete in the Sechelt Arena. The meeting  precedes the children's annual Christmas  Party by one hour.  The club has arranged babysitting at the  hall so members can attend the meeting  before the party and not have to worry about  going home to pick up the children. As Jock  says, "Plans to be there". We can't proceed  without you!!  MARTHA WARNOCK STORY  Did you watch Martha Warnock on the  "Old Rimers" show recently? I found it  extremely interesting. The switching on the  - show was a bit confusing but on the whole it  was most enjoyable. I though Martha did a  beautiful job. Had it been mo I would have  been frozen as soon as the cameras were oh  me. A good show, and something to  remember.  EGMONT  'A source here tells me many hunters aro  arriving homo empty handed this season.  Perhaps the freezing level Is not low enough  to drlvo tho game down.  Whatever the cause - with the season  coming to a closo - lots of people will bo doing  without venslon this winter.  LASTING IMPRESSION  An Incident came to mind recently which  *M "  ago ln Vnncouver. itoargo and I had o dog. 1  could tell you stories about this mutt which  would make your hair curl, but I'll content  myself with ono of tlio minor happenings I  experienced with him.  Around this time of year, I would linvo'the  Job'of cracking walnuts for the Christmas  ... baking Marge likes to do and 'P.J.\ my  four-legged friend, and I would go to  work. Ho knew how to crack tho nuts to got  tho moat out nnd beforo tho evening wns over  wo had cntcn as much ns wo put In tho Jar.  Just na 1 was cleaning up tho shells which  were scnttcrcd over mo and my chair good  old 'P.J.' came up and gazing nt mo with his  big brown eyes laid his head gently upon my  lap, I though Isn't thnt nice ��� he's saying  ���~~"iliiVniR;"ym��r" ���""'���""*���"* -���---"-''"'���"���-���'��-������-���"���"��������������-"  Oh yeah? Next moment ho opened his  Jaws and quietly throw up all over, mo I Rest  in pence old friend - I'll never forget you, for  you left your mnrk.  ���  885-2439  <  mm  REYNOLDS  18'' :  FLAVOR CRYSTALS  MALKINS  48 bz.  TANG, ORANGE  * 7 oz   DOMESTIC  2.1/2 lb.77.  TOWELS Se2,  DETERGENT P01DI  CHEER or OXYDOL  8b.oz.. ..    SHORTENING  SALAD DRESS1H  BATHROOM TISSUE  APPLE/STRAW. J A  PICKLES  KRAFT  (  Miracle Whip, 32 oz.  f  MARLBORO  4's ....:   If  REGAL  II   48 oz   NALLEYS  Cucumber Chip, 16 oz.  AYLMER  NARCISSUS  i  , Whole -  14 oz.  OZ.  ALOHA  Choice Qualify  10 oz.  16 oz.  16 oz. to 20 oz.  By The  Piece   lb.  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