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 7  UlWrtmUVtIAUH MiCROFiLiVj  204 West 6th  Ave.^^7-  VANCdFlJVLR,   B.C.  . ����� i��, . < y v f. ��7\^��.v yiy^ y^h^i, ;<<  a    ____.' '        3->    f ' ff y^Y^^Y/Y,    .a y ^,  -m^m~~^m~~.i~.   ._..__t___4��_.i_i_i^^    ^  ' 7s f  J BOATS - ��� CAMPf^ rffo��jttes>':- u<^fe 5  ' 't J'A' '. v'V��J 7<7^J ��� '  �� UADIUAi   aBllPfEV   B     ��*ACB/ftA*_4����Ut '?  MARINA 883-2757   o   CAFE 883-2296  ��L~  ,-f \   Y,,  ���^a. i - *' 7>y7^yi ;*, > ��y  topkins lyandlng^^rontharns L  leiro Pork, Garden;Bay, .Irvine  LARGEST CIRCULATION OF ANY PAPER ON THE SOUTHERN SUNSHINE COAST.  f   *    ,y-f '    v   ^ ��'     7  i; * '"      y *�� y*^'-     - ^sy;/* <yyy       < ?  <   ,;   7  ^  ���y->  Serving the Sunshine Coast, (Howe Sound to Jervis Inlet), including .Port Mellon, Hopkins lTand|rig;iGrontr)ams Landing, Gibsons, Roberts Creek,  Wilson Creek, Selma ?drk>Sechelt, Holfmobn Boy,,Secret Cov$ Pender Hrb'.r Madeira Pork, Oa/den.Bay, Irvine's Landing/Earl Cove', Egmont  Volume 12 ��� No. 4  aoe 4*91 union ��*��*.   Laqei     ,    .  885-3231       Thfa jgg^ m ^ggg __ 1S(,  Wednesday ���Decemher 18,1974  7  ,,.*>"  i<    s  .. ?tkoo;BiicUjWh^;R^J4l"  r/f>.o.fBo)i^lOW/lSgCHELT^s:Orty  ' v* -ypnfafm: &M&9����JM^y  a  **   1 '        )*. I I       *_.     3   > ' > }  > a"p-   vp w,��^'  ���W   U  With Christmas presents ...  The long-awaited minibus arrived on the r $14,000 toward the purchase of the van.  Sunshine Coast this week andMLA Don :       The white minibus went into operation  Lockstead had Christmas presents for it. * this Wjeek.lt is a converted GMC Vandura,  At the official dedication* of the minibus; painted white with 'Minibus' in red lettering l  the   MLA   announced, the   Community on the side. The van also has a drawing of the    M  Resources'Society   have   received   an cartoon character'Snoopy'on the side which   , pj  operating budget grant from the provincial will probably  account for thei minibus' /"'  department of human resources. nickname. /  Lockstead told the group gathered for the        ^e minibus had its officiary unveiling at  dedication December 13 that Minister of ^ Gibsons Village Hall December 13 after  Human Resources Norman Levi had in- taking members  of the  society  for  a  formed him that morning that the operating demonstration ride.,  fund grant had been approved.   s ���   _- .   ...      J  . ,��� ���������*���  Th? grant is'fdr$25? outright for office ���e va�� ^^^-^^S JLwS  sunDlies and eaUioment and a errant of $2 322 and a P��wer taU-gate *"* on *�� *��<* for  ??SS!��2^iSi.ISSi3SSi ^ting wheel-chair patients into the van.  a month untd,the end of the present fiscal *       . s      /  year on March 31, 1974. Those grants total uriver ls -A1 aava8e-  $8,367 and are for operating and maintaining ">*�� minibus got its first work-out Monday  the bus and supplying a driver. when Jt was used to transport extended care  Lockstead was not the only person with a patients on a Christmas shopping trip.  Christmas present for the minibus. Orv        The minibus is exclusively for registered  Moscrip of Standard Motors in Sechelt has users. Registration cards"aTe available in  donated the first 500 gallons^of gasoline for several locations. The society emphasizes it  the operation of the mintt)us.7i is not a taxi service Jwit only for legitimate  Campaign  to   purchase ' the   minibus uses such as transportation to and from  started in February this year. Ninety-five medical appointments for persons who have  days later, the campaign hasraised nearly no other means of transportation. v  > i i r  MLA Don Lockstead met with members  of the regional board to clarify the govern-5  ment's intention to create lots from crown  land in the province.- . "  "I have just completed discussions with  members of the regional board," Lockstead  told The Times this week, "and I can see why  they were apprehensive about the release. It  is worded in such a way that it could create  misapprehension,"7  aLockstead%referring-to#a_rtewsrelease... /  by the minister'of lands declaring the hy'  government's intention to create lease lots  from Crown land and let thfem go at public  auction. ^  "It might be read* that the department'  wpuld be coming in and creating lots willy-  nilly as was the pattern with' the past  government," Lockstead1 said, "that's not  what the department is considering."  He added, "the regional board and-or the  municipalities would have total input and  make recommendations even to the point of  designating areas and other considerations.  "Secondly the government is not considering large scale developments. The  figure 5,000 quoted is the figure for the entire  province. The figure for this constituency  would be much, much less than that and the  figure for this area even less."  The MLA added, "any subdivisions  planned would be within the regional plan  and with input from the Technical Planning  Committees."; v  Talking about his meeting with the board,  Lockstead sald���"the board seemed satisfied  with my answers."  The MLA added, "what the idea behind  the plan is to make some property available  to people who can't afford the high price of  land being asked in this area."  Wheh the government first released the  plan, the regional board's planning department made a report to the board stating the  scheme would upset the planning of the  district. The-regional board "accepted Jhe  planner?sfeport.7<7 7 77 , y{ y y ,"*-���  A- ^^*^ajvp>p.   5t����-*3 Wi.�����#   sA-MSX^iSiyV^ ^    sA^K"/WP-��rf^>�� "_��&  Drivers under lire  >&  Rain for far this month has pushed the  year's precipitation total above average.  According to the weather station, average  annual rainfall there is about 54 inches. This  week's wet stuff has pushed the total to over  56 inches and we still have a couple of weeks  to go before the total becomes final,  Weather December 7-13  Dec, 7  Dec. 8  Dec. 9  Dec. 10  Dec. 11  Dec. 12  Dec. 13  L  42  44  42  42  39  37  35  H  49  49  50  47  49  45  46  Prec  nil  .34  .30  .84  nil  .29  .55  Rainfall for the week 2.34 ins.  For December 4.62 ins.  For 1974 56.25 Ins.  ���y/  GIBSONS ��� A trust fund has beehjsetup to  assist a Gibsons family who lost tiieirchame  and possessions; }ri a *fif e^lastlt&elc/ TW^  Dennis  Berry  of  Chamberlain 7 Road^  returhedfrbmyahcouverwithhis wife and-  baby December 9 to find fire had completely  levelled their home. *       '''   /  Berry is an employee of B.C. Ferries and  a group of his co-workers have set up a trust  fund to accept donations for the burned out  family.   ' l ?  The report of the fire was made at 6 a.m.  and fire officials believe the blaze started  about half an hour earlier, Cause is not~  kno\ivn.  The house was levelled and the Berry's  lost all their possessions.  The trust fund has been set up at the Bank  of Montreal in Gibsons and donations may be  made to it during regular banking hours.  The Berry's have one,small child.  It is the third time in a month fire hag left  a family homeless. Last week fire destroyed  the John Downing residence in Pender  Harbour and on November 10 fire destroyed  the/Frank Jones residence in Sechelt.  "It's a terrible thing to see happen just  before? Christmas," a spokesman for the  trust fund said, "so I hope the Gibsons  School Board Trustee Joe Horvath has  charged that school bus drivers "can't  handle" discipline problems among their  student passengers and are sidestepping  school board policy on reporting unruly  students.  He told the board's Dec. 12 meeting that i  one driver had refused to take three students.  home from Elphinstone Secondary School  after one of them apparently lit up a  cigarette.  "When the bus was a couple of miles from  Elphinstone, a boy lit up a cigarette,," said  Horvath. "The driver stopped and asked who  was smoking. No-one admitted it and he got  his dander up. He drove back to Elphinstone  and told all the kids in the back seat to get  out."  , One refused, but the other three left the  bus and made their own way home, he said.  Horvath noted that two of the students  lived in Davis Bay and the third on Sechelt  Indian Reserve,  After hearing about the incident, the ���  I IfVI Pl)\i  7 w  Hi,  * k  \ a >'  <y'  %}y  ' y,  f^jia, ttt^jf��t^��j><try*irmih.wtin\�� ii"!  residents will get behind the fond and help    trustee telephoned bus company operator  tho Berry's out." Georgo Hopkins and complained about the  /,  /  tit  ~>*  ! -vi'  VA  .>  ��  /v  V * ���  �� v    ���     -   -  ** -  nft   m i  J<���Jl  C'  ���*    ������  'V.  ft*-  .*  7N  driver's conduct.  "Tlie man gets very much on tlie defensive when you try to talk about these things,"  said Horvath. "I told him that Uio driver was  an adult and should have behaved like an  adult. He should have asked the kid to throw  the cigarette out and the matter would have  ended there."  The trustee quoted'Hopkins as saying he  gets no co-operation from the school board  and that his buses and drivers are abused by  the students. ;  "Sure the bus drivers and Hopkins have,  problems," said Horvath, "Probably some of  the kids abuse the buses and bus drivers. But  until the parents are made aware of this,they  (the parents) can't do anything. Obviously  the bus drivers can't handle it."  According to the board's recently adopted  policy on school bus discipline, Horvath said,  the driver in the incident should have taken  all the students home and later informed  their parents and the principal at Elphinstone about the rule infraction.  Trustees agreed to set up a meeting with  Hopkins In January to discuss discipline  problems on school buses,  The Times tried unsuccessfully Sunday to  contact Hopkins for his comments on Hor-  vath's criticism.  LONG-AWAITED and much-needed,  the Community Resources Society's  minibus made its official debut Friday.  The bus was purchased by donations  made to the society beween late  February and May this year. The  society raised nearly $14,000 for the  purchase. MLA Don .-Lockstead announced ttie provincial department of  human' resources had granted the  miriibos ,J$2,32r V montW operating  expenses from now until March 31,1975.,  It also granted the society $250 for office  supplies and equipment. Shown with the  bus is driver Al Savage.  ���Timesphoto  tut  ^.^'JA^��*l4i?V'*''Psw^"��-  *1>  ?.&  ��',  0    >*'*-  'TV.  A,  ' "-a . t  /'���������*rHu^  i<m'  p**v  w I a  hi'"  Mm x  (vV|t*A*nl(i     U���.   ,  ���J ., ,       *v   ._��  i\  ^! W'tli V  Si  ��fr!  m  1 V  mm \$t��d<k - * -- > --i 1-_ -  - ..-..-  EQUALLY DIVIDED, Dallis Arnold of Rem pointing 'Tranquility.' Director of woll president of tho Sunshlno Coast  Dallis Studio In Secholt shores tho Nursing Dana Kearney, loft, accepts Uoris Club accepts tho otiior half on  money collected from donations by half of tho money for the St. Gary's, behalf of Uio LionsCrippled Chlldrcns  people who came to hor shop to see tlio Extended Core Wing whllo Ray Stock- Fund, Seo story Inpldo.   -Timesphoto  ,; ;    "'    ,   ": '���'. -  '��� ' '' .������������lr-      '      , ���   ,v   :- ���-   . '��������� '��� ! ; ��� ��� y '������     ���  HALFMOON BAY ��� A now horizon has i  opened up for elderly residents of Halfmoon  B��y7,7.. " ;���   '������  ' 7, 7 ���'.''. .:���'.'.'  A news roleai^o from MP Jack Pearsall  this week snld tho Welcome'Bencht,]Now  Horizons group's application for a grant'of  $0,(157, towards Improvements In tho  Welcome Beach HaU on Redrooffs Road hns  been,approved,  Thp grant was made under the Now  ��� Horizons program of tho Department of  Health and Welfare,  According to that depnrtment's  simultaneous roleaso on tlio project, tho  seniors wish to add shuffleboard and a  variety of social activities to entertain tlielr  greatly enlarged membership,  ��� Project officers for the group are Mrs,4  Joan B,.MacKoroth and Vincent O, Shannon,  The award Is ono of 2?. grants made Jn B.C,  In Docombor undor tho program. Grants  totnl $100,004.  New-.Horizons ,4a a - program. to - fund,  'projects by .groups of .senior .cltlzena, to,  iKmoflt thcmfiolvofl and Uiclr communities  and to keep the sonlors active hnd involved,  MP Pearsall snld. '  Welcome Bench Hull Is presently being  used for n number of community activities  Including film nights, 7  Tlio Times has a now service for  television viewers.  Starting In this Issue and running every  week will be tho week's television listings on  nil channels.  Tlio television listings are on Page B-6,  following Tlie Leisure Outlook.  Television vlowers are encouraged to clip  out the pngo. It has tlio TV listings on ono sldo  and listings of theatres, special events nnd  related stories on Uio othor sldo.  \my W'm  {\ ,i i ,y ii ,_  y��lM  '*/.*r\*'< ' 'V'   ,)1'1  FRODE JORGENSEN has been named  president of the Sechelt and District  Chamber of Commerce. Jorgensen, a  Sechelt barber, was elected to the post  by acclamation at the board's meeting  last week. It will be J^tgensen^'s first  full year as chamber president. He  stepped Into t|i^ post Jn mid term IniflVl  when tHe former president left the  district. Ho and the rest' of the chamber  executive will bo inaugurated at a  special function February 1.  Tills wns not your average Readers flight  letter,  ,Tlio writing on Uio outside of tho envelope  *:wnsptlmt''of:"n:young/perBonr','7,w''":,''''*~   It was addressed to, "Tho Local  Newspaper, Roberts Creek, < British  Columbia^ Canada." On t|io outside of Uio  envelope someone, probably from tho Post  Offlco but obviously older and more adept at  pushing a pen, had written, ''Try peninsula  Times, Sechelt, B.C.'!  Inside wns a half a page of lino paper like ,  ono finds in children's school books. *  Tlio letter snld, ���';,"'.  "Denr Sir:  '       ,     ' .     7    "  "1 am a ton year old boy, nnd I am In  terested In having n pen pid in your country.  "I live In Uio MoJIivo Desert.  "If you could, would you please put an nd  Iri ybiir paporTfoir h pen pal for mo. Thank  you,"; ���,     .7 . ,  ���.   '_ :.\   ;7 ,      ���'.���..'  And It wna signed by Shaw O'Connoll  whoso, address la Box ��3fl,' Adolnnto,  . Cnllfprnln, f^,^.,,^;m^^���^ 7.. ...,,  Shawn dldni't say In his letter wliy ho  choao Robertast^cokns tlio dcstliM��Uon for  his letter,,nnd frankly we're curious,  Porhttps, If any of our younger readers  tnko up'JShnwn's offer, you might nnk him,  A pen pnlfor Shnwn might make a nlco  Clirlstmnn present for him, Page A-2  The Peninsula Times  Wednesday, December 18,1974  - "i   ���' ;"y ' 77V -7   ; . ,i>r (, ..w -j, ��� .   -     v.     7.       y   . \~     ,* r>  Happenings around theMcwbour  PENDER HARBOUR ��� December 7 was!  Saturday night; so$ decided to give Marge a  break and take'her to the Legion here in  Madeira Park. I figured I .had to do  something because; ��he says the only time I,  ever take her outjs^when we drive tp the  garbage dump.^it^s not really true���  sometimes I take.her out shopping ���just  ask Breiida in ttie I.G.A. ��� she'll back me  up. Anyway kidding aside, it was a good,  night. ,'   : 7    '   ,  The Legion brass, had laid on a band that  evening and they ^ were vCry good. 'Herb  Eback and the Sound of Chinook' is the  band's name and I think everyone enjoyed  listening to them and dancing to their music.  Met some iiic^people%ho who joined us  at our table. Linda Andrews, a great grandmother, but you'd hever believe it looking at  her. Helen Ericson from Sechelt, Leslie Earl  from Earls Cove and my old nemisis from  the snooker tabl|_ iCharlie Hauka.  A grand evening; ��� let's do it again.  SOME BIRTHDAY PRESENT -  Local resident Billy Reid had a birthday  December 6 he won't forget for a long,time.  He had left Egmont on his way home in  the evening driving his 1965 Ford Fairlane >  when it caught fire. The'blaze originated  under the dash and he could not extinguish it.,  Billy got out of the car smartly ��� but before  any help could arrive on the scene it was  reduced to a burnedjout shell.    -  BURNED OUT'l 'I     .    ' ^    '    "    ,  Pender Harbour residents showed their/  warm hearts by showing up at the Community Hall where local club members had  oranized a shower^for fire victims John  Downing and family^ \  y< y  Gifts of food,J clothingy furniture, appliances and cash piled up on the tables in the  hall. Club members had refreshments on  hand for those so inclined.  The local I.G.A. store donated a ten dollar  gift certificate, and good old Kelly of the  Kosy Kitchen came up with a whopping food  order which wilPguarantee a great Christmas dinner for the Downings.  This is a good community to live in and I  am proud to be a part of it. Thank you,  Pender Harbour. !,. p.    ��� '  Incidentally, if anyone is wondering why a  shower was not held for the Hall family who's  -" home suffered a similar fate late last September,���I understand they declined offers  of help with thanks.  EGMONT  A source here tells me the Sechelt Indian  Band is developing a gravel pit in Deserted  Bay. The site is a couple of hours boat ride up  Jervis Met.  The local Community Club took stock of  _ its possessions recently and found they are in  '" need of cutlery, dishes, pits and pans and  card tables. Any, help will be much appreciated. If people do hot feel they can  donate any of those items the Club will gladly  pay for theni.  Come on folks ��� dig down and help. It's  for a good cause and will benefit everyone hi  Uie long run,  NEW YEARS  Tickets are now, on sale for the New  Year's Eye Dance 1 put on by the local  Community Club: Tickets may be purchased  at the following locations.. .Kelly's Kosy ���  Kitchen ��� Sunny'p Boutique ��� or . contact  Joyce Duff at 883-9905. .  ANNUAL GROAN, ,  Does this ever happen to you at Christmas  time? You chec^i^.your card list and cut  out a few you normally send to as you haven't  heard from them for years, So what hap-  -pens? Rights��� you guess It. Just when it Is  too late to get a replyback to them In time for'  Christmas ��� the ones you cut off send your a '*  card!       *     a,,.',..,*. '" ;>  y   .,   by Jock Bachop 883-9056,.'      7',.  ��� ��� y   ��� ����� * 7  ' >i       . y  APOLOGY CORNER y.  Do you,remember, I wrote up,the Legion  . opening and the funevening which followed?  Well, it just dawned on me thatl missed out a  few people without whom .there would have  been no party. Particularly Toni and Kay  , behind the overworked bar and of course the  many others who, collected glasses and  helped in many, ways, My .apologies' to all  concerned and a belated vote of thanks/  MADEIRA PARK ,. ,  ,    . I just got back from the Community Hall  where Joyce Duff and Ruth Kobus were -, , ,, >        -  -    , ������ -tl, v   .   > f.    *   ,��� , ,,      ���      a A  helping Helen Downing load a truck with thev   PENDER. HARBOUR residents' rallied. \ tp'replace somejof the items thejy lost in  gifts collected at the shower. .7   7   .    to the assistance of tlie burned-out ntiie 'December,*)- fire". Here boxes and  Helen still limps badly from the injury she    Downing Family. The Community Club ; bags contain! some of the itemsidonated  received when her horse fellbut insisted onv' organized a gift, shower for the victims   by local' residents and merchants.  helping the'other girls. She seemed over- J -...'..���  . whelmed with the help the cominunity has-  , given her family and I heard donations were  also delivered to the Hall in Irvines/Landing.  Pn behalf ol her family, Helen wishes to  thank everyone who was kind enough to help.  "The Downing family will never forget this,"  "she said. > ' '    "   ' -  ' "<  ',--   a"-A  -/ ,-   -'<  1 '7   '  'y-j  .' i      *  tf    *   t*   r,vyyJ # Vl i y  </���  ',   "a*  -p     -I      '? Yippi'I^i   *   '>YJ    /h    * ,~r  a i  Y        - _  -!      ,      Y.>  s  ������ p"      '  fr&sli Selection ;of Qmlmfamy  " ''7   '\Y' a'"V,\      *   '",  A       V7'''    aT'"     .       '    "���   "I' 'Is  �� Sausages �� SataSs o Cheeses  ~yyy  v,,  ORDER NOW FOR CHRISTMAS  MD NEW YEAR'S EVi  :7- nnv nbii   ihnn w um*iem.  -   y ,l . <���!<?<  r-^-i if��HONE orders Accepted  fli.'rr   I  885-9414  ���t V  CHRISTMAS ISSUE  The Times will be published on December  24. If you have any items'��� please try and  give them to me as early as you can. ,"<  On December 22 the Pender Harbour  Hotel Shuffle Board Club will sponor a turkey  shoot at the Ruby Lake gravel pit on Highway 101.7  11 a.m. Bow and Arrow /  12 noon High powered rifle  12 noon 22 cal rifle on the 25 yard range  12 noon Lucky shot  12 noon Dice1 roll ,   ,  The food wiU be supplied by L. Kelly.  Bring the family and help support minor  hockey.  'mntpilify' eurns $10  "I know what it's like tp spend a lot of  -time in -hospital," said, local artist Dallis  Arnold, "so this is going to be my Christmas  present to the hospital and tar the Lions  Crippled Children's Fund.",    -   .  Mrs. Arnold allowed her well-known gem  painting 'Tranquility' to go on special display  % ,in early December. Those coming to view the  painting were asked to make a donation. She  explained the money would be divided between theSt. Mary's Extended Care Wing and  the lions Crippled Children's Fund:.  And come they-did.  -        > 7.  _' : As they made their donations, Dallis  asked them to Sign a guest book/'liie book  shows the painting was viewed by people  from all over the world. Signatures appear  with accompanying addresses from the U.S.,  , Germany,   Australia  and ' other . foreign  ' 'countries. "Naturally.'lndst* of the viewers  came from the .Sunshine Coast.  \When the money,was counted up this,  'week. ^ totalled about $90 . Dallis herself  added the other $10 to make the total an even  Dana Kearney^director of nursing for St. ;  Marys accepted half the money on behalf of *  the hospital and Ray Stockwell accepted the,  other half for the Lions Crippled Childrens  Fund.  v   The special Christmas showing was also  'Tranquility's' last appearance'in this area.  "Tranquility is headed for Vancouver for  storage at the art brokers," Dallis said, "and  then will be shipped to the U.S.'for sale."    .  The gem painting has been appraised at  $75,000. y.    ,    y    "~ '  As she turned the money over to the two  organizations, Dallis said, "That's" my  Christmas present."  Program planned  JThere will be a Christmas program  presented by, the.Sunday School of the  Sunshine Coast Gospel Church.   .  It will,be held on December 22,at 5"p.m.  FOR: House of Gifts  Small World Greeting Cards .  * Bone China Cups & Saucers  * Costume Jewellery  * Craft Kits  * Guatamalan cloth goods in a  limited amount  Quality Gift Ideas for Christmas at  ' Reasonable Prices.  7 phone 883-2774  Madeira Park Rd.   Madeira Park  HOT DOGS km POP  December 21st from 1:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m.  any thanks for your support and patronage  in the past year  .��� V" ���   * , V. ;' ./   \ '      r/L:Keliy.  i  ( PENDER HARBOUR  w^sm^^s^aAM��i^!M*h^^xdsssds^^^:^^  TTrt  YV n.  IVlHl.P   ial  HALFMOON SERVICE  ��__  all  OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK  7:30 a.m. to 7:30 p.m.  Fri. & Sat.'til 9;00 p.m.  adeira Park's Complete General Store  OPEN FOR YOUR CONVENIENCE���  Sunday ���12:00 -.6:00 p.m.  Monday ��� 10:00 a.m. - 8:00 p.m.  Tuesday ��� 10:00 a.m. - 8:00 -p.m.  Wednesday ��� 1:00 p.m.-8:00 p.m.  Thursday ~ 10:00 a.m. -8:00 p.m.  Friday ��� 10:00 a.m. - 8:00 p.m.  Saturday ��� 10:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m.  DECEMBER 25  CLOSED  DECEMBER 26  12-6 p.m.  JANUARY 1  ly 12 " 6 p.m.  7       !#^',  m  f<v  presents  Sofa and Chair by  SHERWOOD CAl/FORN/A  i ' i  ,    (  Coils in bacls and bottom ... Frontier Pumpkin Color  ��� V  Reg. $698.00  NOW  i(iii*i*iitii  featuring  VT"  IB  ,m ,��,.-.  i  i'  i  i  i  ��  "ij  I  f   .-.���,;.���,,.��.-..,r���._��...�����.,T..,Biif|[eitP,.Suppc  Tickets availaMo to persons >'..    j|  19 years old and over, i  PER PERSON  Tickets available at Kelly's Hozy Hltchen, Sunny's Hair Boutique  for information phone Sirs. Duff at 883-9905  at tlie 'Peridet* Harbour Commimity Hall  on  * ��� ������'���   ��� ���''   i ��� ��� ���      '  * :    '   ' ��� ������ ������'    ���     ��������������� ' y-  ���  .','  Francis Peninsula f hone 883-2513. Wednesday, December 18,1974 The Peninsula Times ^age A-3  61BSOP3S 6J0S*3S 400 CLUB  T  Hdve you got your ticket? See a Gibsons Lion today!  ������-#���  *  ilson Creek Mews and ��iews  Joan Stephens 885-2568   Joan Wall 885-2702  Looks like we're going to be having a  green Christmas this year. Doesn't bother  me a bit. It'll make it easier to get around to  all the 'do's' happening at this time of year.  The Wilson Creek Cubs and Scouts have  planned a Christmas party for their parents  and leaders Dec. 16 at the community hall  from 7 pm to 9 pm. Laurie Bryson is the  capable mother organizing the good food for  offing for the new.year. The Wilsbn Creek  Community Assoc, plans to invite people  from Vancouver to explain the 'community  school' concept, and how it would affect our  particular community.  The "tree by-law", which generates a lot ���  of discussion, will be the subject of another  meeting at which we'll have the chance to  examine, the by-law in detail and be able to  LATE MODEL Mercury Cougar was a  write-off but the three occupants walked  away without a scratch. The car left  Highway 101 past Madeira Park and  rolled over several times. Driver Ken  Black said all three were wearing seat  belts when the car hit some gravel on a'  curve and rolled.  PENDER HARBOUR^- Anyone who doesn't  believe in miracles shWld talk to Ken Black  of Gibsons.  Black, with two passengers was driving  north on Highway 101 December 11 when  disaster struck.  They were just passing the Peter's farm_  past Madeira Park when the late model  Mercury Cougar convertible caught some  gravel at the side of a curve and spun out of  control.  The car then rolled over several times  before coming to rest upside down on the  other side of the highway.  All three occupants got out without so  much as a scratch. The wreck, is a write-off.  Black, still shaking his head in  amazement, said they "were wearing seat  belts but added he still can't believe they all  escaped uninjured.  The appearance of the car bears him out.  The roof and sides of the car have been  compressed almost to the door handles.  Black said he will refrain from driving for.  a spell adding he has used up enough luck for  a while as in the not too distant past he drove  . a truck into Mixal lake.  P.O. Box 640, Sechelt  [Bayshore]  I  I     Return from Vancouver: 3:30 p.m. scheduled flight.     |  I Mon - Sat.    inclusive. Travelling  time 1/2 hr. 1  S r   " ���   '   ��� i  i For Reservations; Phone: i  I SECHET 885-2214    VANCOUVER 685-4922 I  ;E��__E��SE31  a j-  ���I  Our Christmas order of "Dean's"  Chocolates has just arrived. Please pick up  your selection soon .and avoid disappointment. Miss Bee's, Sechelt.  the lads and guests. I hear the Scouts are _ make our minds up as to how we want our  Yj' V"  hs/Gmtmei  '~~Sclir>,lM  B  rehearsing a play!  The Wilson Creek Guides Christmas party  and enrollment scheduled for Dec. 18 will be  postponed until early January as they are  involved in the Sechelt Elementary school  Christmas Pageant slated for Dec. 17 and 18.  The coffee party will be held at' the hall, .  11:30 am on Dec. 20.1 always get tears in my  eyes when I see youngsters putting their all  into a sorig or play. I'll bet I'm not alone! I'll  carry extra kleenex next week, for sure.  Veronica Place is still busy with plans for  New Year's Eve dance (phone 885-2674 or  885-2568 if you haven't reserved your tickets  yet.) She's very hoarse due to catching up on  11 years worth of family news with her sister,  Mrs. Jennifer Read, all the way from  Australia. Hope she's not missing her "down-  under" summer. Welcome to the Sunshine  Coast, Jennifer.'  A couple of interesting meetings are in the  representative to the regional board to vote.-  It's very important that he know how we feel  on these matters, as he can't vote for us if  he's working in Ihe dark.  Did you sign the petition to help keep the  Davis Bay wharf issue alive? Community  association, president Tim Frizzell will be  meeting with Standard Oil personnel shortly,  so. we'll hayejnore on that issue anon.  Don't get too worn out with all the  Christmas activities^ enjoy yourself. Take  time out for a walk on the beach or. a cup of  tea with someone in your neighbourhood you  haven't seen lately ��� the best .Christmas  present is a bit of your time. Have a very  merry Christmas, everyone.  Use AdBriefs to  Sell Rent Buy, Swap, etc  Sc/inr/ar  RISIMA!  fcnjoy peace at  heart and hearth  for Christmas.  Warm thanks.  * y * ���> f       ���*"  MADEIRA PARK  Compressor  GrimmerSchmidt air compressors are  designed to provide users with-the ultimate in  performance, quietness, simplicity and  efficiency.   -  O  Hwy. 101, Francis Peninsula Rd. 883-2585 hi -For, Fast Act-Brief Service  PHONE 885-3231  BIRTHS  GIBSONS AND SECHELT  WB5TBRN DRUGS  . ... aro pleased to spomor this  tthrtti  Announcement  space,  and  ���xtends Best Wishes'to' tha happy  pfl 1*691 tV��  ENTERTAINMENT  GIBSONS LANES-Open  bowling Friday 7-11 p.m., Sat..  and Sunday 2-5 p.m. and 7-11  p.m. 10328-tfn  seasons greetings  SEASONS Greetings to friends  and neighbors. Donation of  card money to Central City  Mission as usual. ���Madge  Newman. 10814-4  WE WISH to extend Seasons  Greetings and Best Wishes for  a Happy New Year to all our  friends and neighbors. -Jason,  Terry, and Hazel Kwasney.  10812-5  '"10  WORK WANTED (cont.)  BACKHOE    available    septic  tanks   sold,   and ��� installed.  Phone 886-2546. 10513-tf  LIGHT moving and hauling.  House and garden maintenance, rubbish removal, tree,  cutting, etc. Free estimates,  Gibsons to Sechelt. Phone Norm  886-9503. .      10266-tfn  BUILD to suit, prefab houses,  erections and renovations. 885-  9951 eves. 7_ 10631-tf  FURNACE   installations   and  burner   service.   Free   estimates.   Ph.   886-7111.,     36-tfn  TREE pruning ��� It's a good  investment ��� Call Evergreen  Landscapers. Free estimate. 886-  7244. 10794-5  FOR all your carpentry needs  call Homer Glass Jr. at 885-9418  10727-  FIREPLACE need fixing? Phone  883-2325 -9 to 5. 10846-tfn  PageA-4   The Peninsula Times Wednesday, Dec. 18,1974  CLASSIFIED  ADVERTISING  RATES.  Phone 885-3231    -  TT  Published Wednesdays'by  Powell   River   News   Town   Crier  Sechelt Times Ltd.  ot Sechelt, B.C.  Established 1963  Legal or Reader advertising  per count line.  40c  Member, Audit Bureau  of Circulations  September 30, 1973  Gross Circulation  4446  Paid   Circulation   3894  As filed with the  Audit  Bureau  of Circulation,  subject to audit.  Classified Advertising Rates:  3-Line Ad-Briefs (12 words)  One Insertion f 1��__  Three Insertions ... tt 53.00  Extra Lines (4 wards) .v 50c  (Display Ad-Briefs $3.00 per column  inch)  Box Numbers   50c extra  Deaths, Card of Thanks, In  Memoriam, Marriage and  Engagement noti.ces are $5.00 (up to  14 lines) and 50c per line after that.  Hour words per line.  Birth, Notices, Coming Events take  regular classified rates.  Ad-Briefs   must   be   paid   for   in  advance by Saturday, 5 p.m.  Subscription Rates:  By Mail:  Local Area  $7.00 yr.  Outside Local Area ���.$8.00 yr.  U.S.A  $10.00 yr.  Overseas  $ 11.00 yr.  Senior Citizens,  Local Area $6.00  Single Copies  15e  "WE WISH to extend our sin-      cerestBest Wishes and Good  Health   to    all    our    Sechelt    HELP WANTED  Peninsula    friends    for    the   Christmas and New Year  Season." ���Tommy and Helen  Sinclair. 10816-4,  OBITUARY  MCLEAN���Passed away Dec. 7,  1974 at St. Mary's Hospital  Bessie Pearl McLean in her 89th  year. Survived by/ber son Allen  and daughter-in-law,Betty, Fort  Langley, daughter Kay Browne,  Vancouver, 3 grandchildren and  2 great grandchildren. Funeral  service was held Thursday,  December 12th at the Harvey  Funeral Home, Gibsons. Rev. J.  Williamson officiated.  Cremation. 10840-4  CAMERON���Passed away Dec.  12, 1974, John Edward  Cameron late of Madeira Park,  B.C. Survived by his loving wife  Lil, 4 sons, 1 daughter and 10  grandchildren. Funeral service  Tuesday, December 17 at  Hamilton Mortuary, Vancouver..  Rev. E. J. Dossett" officiating:  Cremation. Harvey Funeral  Home Directors. 10841-4  CARD OF THANKS  JOHN, Helen, Leona and Barbara Downing wish to thank the  marvelous friends and  organizations in Pender Harbour  and the Peninsula ��� for their  wonderful cooperation and  contributions ��� to us after  our  recent fire.   ���        ...        10836-4   i  A SINCERE thank you to Drs.",  nurses & staff of St. Maty's  Hospital for the efficient and  kind care.received. Your many  efforts will long be remembered. ��� Elna Janowsky 10819-4  TO MY many friends and  relatives who visited, sent  cards, flowers and gifts during  my stay in St. Mary's Hospital ~  Thank You.���Elna  Janowsky. ���     10820-4  PERSONAL  - * . . * _,  BAHA'IS believe in; 1. The  oneness of the world of  humanity. 2. The independant  investigation of truth. Phone 886-  2078 and 885-9450, 10419-tf  ALCOHOLICS Annonymous  meetings 8:30jp,m. Thursdays,  Wilson Creek Community Hall,  Phone 885-3394 and; 886-2966. In  Madeira Park meetings Wednesday at '8���:SO p.m. in the  Community Hall. ,7 ,;.   1055Mf.  PHONOGRAPHS jubhshed   In  Tlio Peninsula Times can be  ordered for your own use at Tho  Times office.      y " 7 1473-tf  WORK WANTED  NEED a carpenter. Call Bob  Crlqhton. 803-23127-    1305-tfn  WILL  butch9r,  dregs   or  cut  your  ment   or  game, 7your  place or mine. Phono 883-1)045.  3044'tfn  PEERLESS Triflio Services.  , Benefit f r o m.i.experience,  TroQ work sunrriritood and In-  durcd, Cnll J. Riflboy 005-2109,  ,^^y..t,;,.^,.H,^���;7.;. ^L^jJ^k^  GENERAL   nnhdymno. ��� Car-'  pantry, palntlnK' fthd . light  hlulling.-Ph. 880-0510, 2206-tfn  AVON  I have open territories in Roberts  Creek and Sechelt areas. One can  be yours. ' As an1 Avon  representative you'll earn good  money, choose your own hours.  Sound interesting? Call 885-2183  or 339-2617 collect.   : 10539-tf  HELP    WANTED    -    School  District No. 46 requires Coordinator of Work Experience  Programme. The objectives of  the Programme is defined by the  Department  of   Education, as  follows: "To assist .students to  discover first hand, the meaning  and value of employment, to  discover personal abilities and  interests    relevant    to    employment,    to    discover    the  relationship between education  and employment and to gain a  greater sense of purpose and  direction."   Feasibility   Study.  The first phase of the job consists  of investigating the feasibility of  instituting  a work experience  programme in School District  No. 46 (Sechelt). Specifically -  (a) To contact local employers to  make them aware of the aims of  the   programme   and   of   the  provisions ���   of     the     Board-  employer-student-parent  agreement that will be entered  into, (b) To determine the types  of local employment available to  the programme, (c) To determine the -number  of  student  placements   available   to   the  . programme. Until the feasibility  study is complete the position is  essentially a temporary one. If .  the   Board   decides   that   the \  programme   is   feasible   and  should be instituted,' then the  requirements of the position will  become as follows: To provide a  continuing liaison between the  school, the student and the cooperating employers. To seek out  additional prospective employers ���  as the need or opportunity arises.  To co-operate with all concerned  to ensure that the objectives of  the   .programme    are    being  met.The position is half-time ,to  start and will be reviewed from  time to time as the programme  develops. The position requires a  mature person with an outgoing  personality. Teaching experience  or training is not essential but  would be,an asset, comparable  qualifications in social sciences  would be equally useful Salary is  negotiable,   Closirig   date   for  application for this position Js  December 20th, 1974. Address  ' application 7   to,     Secretary-  Treasurer, School District No. 46  (Sechelt), Box 220, Gibsons, B.C.  and    mark    envelope    "Co-,  , ordlhatdr of Work Experience'  Application."   For   publication  December    11th    and    18th  ���December 1974. 107654  \     DEPENDABLE PERSON ���  7 WHO CAN WORK  WITHOUT SUPERVISION  Earn $14,000 In n year phis bonus.  Contact ' customers In Secholt  Peninsula nroa'. Limited auto  trnvol.-Wo train. Air Mall Q. B.  Dick, Pros., Southwestern  Petroleum, P.O. Box 789,' Ft.  Worth, Tx.  '    ��� 10821-4  PETS  BUY a Sftinoyed for Christmas  for,your kids, Phono 487-9807,  Powell River of tor flp.mi'     nc-5  "In the event of a typographical error advertising goods or services, at  a wrong price, goods or services moy not be sold ond the difference  charged to the newspaper. Advertising is merely on offer to sell, and may  be withdrawn ot 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 rote.'  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 port and in any form .whatsoever,  particularly by a photographic or offset process in .a publication, must  be obtained in writing from the publisher. Any unauthorized reproduction  .will be subject to recourse in~law.  LIVESTOCK  New & Used Tack  QUALITY FARM SUPPLY  All Buckerfield Feeds  Hardware - Fencing  Fertilizer - Purina Products  Alfalfa-Hay-Straw  We are on Pratt Road, 1 mile  southirom.Highway  PHONE 886-7527  10664-tf  CERTIFIED farrier," Hans Ber-  ger is coming to Coast. Contact Sunshine Farm 885-3450.  994-tfn.  YOUNG bred goat, $65. 885-9984  after 5 p.m. 10822-4  2    HORSE   trailer   for   rent.  Cunn|ingham's.   Phone   885-  9927.    3340-tfn  PONY, part Shetland and part  Icelandic,   36"   high.   Very  gentle, ideal Christmas present.  $125.886-9148. 108334  STWIFT Feeds ��� H. Jacobson,  s"Swift dealer. Nor'West Rd.,  Sechelt. Phone 885-5369. Chicken feeds - Horse feed - Hog  feed - Cattle feed. Hay and  other feeds by order.-   258-tfr  FOR RENT  CENTRAL    Gibsons,    former  school   board   offices   above  Kruse Drug Store. 885-9366.  746-tfn  ���  HA1/L for rent. Wilson Creek  . Community    Hall.    Contact  Marg" Pearson, 885-2337.  3246-tfn  SUITES  TO  rent..  Heat   and  cablevision incl.  Reasonable  rents. Phone 886-7836.      1425-tfn  LARGE two BR house, fireplace,  acreage in Wilson Creek. $250  mo.,  available  Jan.   1, . 1975.  References required. 885-9845.  '���  ' 10809-5 ������  DAVIS Bay area, 3 BR. home.  range,      dishwasher      and  fireplace, all electric. $300. 885-  ,9898. ,710837-4  Jt BR. HOUSE' oil stove and  heater      wuhln      walking  . distance to stores and bus. No  pets, $165,806-7559. 10838-7  PENDER Harbour, furnished  , waterfront homo. Phono 112-  731-9355 or 883-2500. 108504  FOR RENT (Continued)  APARTMENT for rentall,  modern, completely furnished,  bachelor suite in small block.  Suit 1 or 2 adults, $180.886-7629 or  886-2415. 10843-4  WANTED TO RENT  FURNISHED houses in Gibsons  area, from March 1, 1975 to  Oct. 31,1975. Contact j: Battista, -  747 Butte St., Vancouver.  10725-4  MIDDLE age couple (no  children) require 2-5 acres with  or without cabin. Road or boat  access. Terms A-S, sml. down  payment or rental purchase, 8  mi. radius, Sechelt. All offers  answered. Box 1111,  Sechelt.        < 10826-4  SMALL    waterfront    cottage,  anywhere,  on  a  long  term  basis. 886-9236. 10839-4  FURNISHED waterfftnt home,  Pender Harbour. 112-731-9355  or 883-2508. 10851-4  REAL. EST ATE  SELMA. Park  ���  1  bedroom  cottage, renovated, large lot.  $23,000. Phone 885-9039. Offers.  10773-6  SELMA PARK-Private sale.  Ideal retirement or starter  home, good clean condition, 2  bedroom with large kitchen and  LR. Recently updated, sign on  property. Owner will finance  with low down payment'and will  carry contract for suitable party.  For further details call Mr.  Moore 879-7104 bus. or 434-2881  res. ��� 10562-4  A CHRISTMAS GIFT  FOR THE WHOLE FAMILY  2 BR. cottage, 10 yrs. old. on  large view lot. Only 5 min, drive  from Sechelt. Asking $28,000.  Vendor will carry. Call Mr. Boyd  291-1790 or 291-2821. 108284  PERFECT building sight, Selma  Park. Harvles Rd., 104'xll4'  lot. Fully serviced, $14*500. 885-  2634j      7        ;     ,     7    10827-7  LOT 7, Radcliffe Rd., terrific  view, serviced. Phono 885-9365  or 526-7309.' 10030:7  ON FIR Rd���'Davi3 Bay, ylew lot  .:������ > No. 9. 73x110' partially treed,  aU services, reduced to $11,8000,  until end of Dec. one third down,  Sign on. 885-9630. 10844-7  STORE AND ADJOINING HOUSE FOR LEASE  Vacant storo Mllcllnfl willy equipment, and adjoin-  , Ing house for loaso In Madoira Park, Situated ,01.  Madeira Park Road, across from shopping contro  Good location for storo or offlco. !f��450 por month.  REALfY LTD.  Madoira Park, B.C.      Ph, Poncldr Harbour 883.2233  PENDER HARBOUR REAUY; HD:  (ON HIGHWAY 101  AT FRANCIS PENINSULA ROAD)  REAL, ESTATE & INSURANCE  PENDER HARBOUR.,- EGMONT.,..EARL COVE  Boautlful 4 bodroom ho,mo with don on Ruby Lako. Dullt 1974,  and has many unique, foaturos, Carpeted throughout, Has carport  plus largo workshop and private float, > On Hydro, Full prlco  $75,000 with li down,  DRAND NEW NOME���1120 sq. ft., 2 DRs and den, half base-'  mont, Magnificent vlow of harbor, Sunny southorn exposure, An .  oxcollont buy at $45,000. 7  GIDSONS RADIO CADS���This 3 car operation shown an oxcollont  return 11doal for partnership, Just $40,000 F.P, with torms.  WATERFRONT ��� About 100-foot frontago In Bargain Day,  approx. I/O aero lot. Lovol top, on road, power and wator, F.P,  $29,500, y     ,   ,      y  LARGE HOUSE with view on ovor 3 acres on valuable comer  property at IKIolndale, $40,000, , '  rSARGENTS DAY���Dcautlful watorfront view lot with'easy?accost  to sand and pobblo beach, Ovor ono aero of land, Offon tp  '������������'' $20,000 cash.  " ! '���"'"!   ' "7"      "���- " ��� '   WOODS DAY AREA-~Approx. 3.5, acres with 370' of watorfront  and a spectacular vlow over tho straits, This property suitable for  many things and a good buy at $40.O0Q will only $15,000 down.  nn balance at 9 por cent."  PHONE 883-2794  ,lohn Br��on Jock Hermon  883-9978  ^Sff^^.vB��^  883-2745  BOX 100, MADEIRA PARK, B.C.  PHONE:     PENDER HARBOUR 883-2233 TOLL FREE FROM VANCOUVER. 689-7623  ,   Member of Multiple Listing Service  LOTS  1. BARGAIN HARBOUR���approx.  1 acre, nicely treed and secluded. 35'xlO'  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 - serviced lots, some with view, in  this areo of fine homes. $5,900 to $11.900.  4. MADEIRA PARK SUBDIVISION - 2 serviced lots, $9,800 and  $10,000.  ,5. NARROWS ROAD - approx. % acre level land, excellent view,  $29,500.  6. MADEIRA PARK - 2 lots suitable for mobile home. $7,500  and $22,000.  7. MADEIRA PARK ROAD - building lot, close to school, stores,  gov't wharf and post office, $9,500.  8. MADEIRA PARK; 2 commercial lots -r$ 16,000 and .$20,000.  9; GARDEN BAY - serviced view lot on Garden Bay Road in Garden Bay. Driveway in and level building site cleared. $11,000.  10. FRANCIS PENINSULA - Serviced building lot on Francis Peninsula Road. $10,000.  - j  VIEW HOME ��� REDROOFFS ROAD  4 BR home, approx. 1,538 sq. ft., Roman brick fireplace, built-in  range, oven and dishwasher, basement with 2 car carport, rec  .room. Large landscaped view lot with vegetable garden. $65,000.  WATERFRONT LOT ���SUNSHINE BAY  Approx. 43' waterfront lot located on Truman  Road, with the  finest view, building site, serviced with water, hydro, and sewer.  Priced low for cash $16,000. firm.  WATERFRONT ACREAGE���REDROOFFS ROAD  Approx. 3 acres of sloping view property with 209' of waterfrontage. Panoramic view of Mary Island and the Gulf. Property in 2  separate lots, one with.old house. $100,000.  LARGE ACREAGE - $1,000. PER ACRE  D.L. 2392, approx. 160 acres, situated approx. 1V4 miles above  Hwy. 101 near Halfmoon Bay. Access by old logging road. Trails  & roads throughout the property, nicely treed usable land. Outside  land freeze area ��� possible subdivision site. $160,000..  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.  SMALL WATERFRONT ACREAGE  1. Approx. 2.9 acres of flat, treed waterfront with approx. 175' of  sheltered, low bank shoreline. Westerly exposure Water and hydro  available A good buy at $39,900.  2. Approx. 4 acres on Hwy. 101 near Maderia Park. Approx. 160'  waerfront,  sheltered  moorage $57,000,  .BARGAIN HARBOUR HOME  Comfortable 2 BR furnished home, partial basement, on landscaped  & fenced lot, Just steps to beach, low taxes. $42,000.  HOME AND APPROX. 5 ACRES  Located on Hwy 101  at Middle Point. 2 BR home,' oil furnace,  separate garago and workshop, $35,000,  DOUBLE WIDE HOME - MADEIRA PARK    ���  Fully furnished 3 BR double wide mobile home, 22'x56', new  1972, op permanent foundation, Living room, kitchen, 2 full  bathrooms, oil'furnace, washer, dryer, fridge and dishwasher,  ! i '   Large .level lot with lawn & vegetable garden, $37,000, ,  FRANCIS PENINSULA'  Approx. 37 acres, partially developed with approx. 3,900* of prlm-  ,, ���   ary road constructed. Possible 56 lot subdivision. $150,000,  p '���' '���. -���' ��� ' . 1  WATERFRONT HOME -  GERRANS BAY ��� FRANCIS PENINSULA  ,133 ft, cholco, dcop^ sheltered waterfront with 2 BR homo, \Y*  baths, brick flroplaco, full basement with rumpus room and pool  table carport and sundock, ramp and float, Washor, dryer, freoxor,  1 range, frldgo and dishwpshor Included, $77,000,  WATERFRONT HOME ��� MADEIRA PARK    :  Furnished one BR homo,' approx. 814 sq, ft., on small 52' sheltered  watorfront lot. Lower floor unfinished - room for 2 additional BR's,  Largo sundock, Closo to school and shopping centre �� low taxes.  ��� ,,.     ��� _._ -$45,000,     . ���    ' '.   i|'  ,       -MIDDLE POINIT ACREAGE ,       7  19,9 acros of nlcoly trood property on,Hwy, 101, with furnished  ono BR cottago �� 2 pco, bathroom and sundeck. $42,000.  Fully furnished 2 DR homo with gpod vlow; partial basement/  double carport, largo covered sundock, shag carpot and stono flro-.  iplqco, P ua Washor, dryer, irahgb and frldgo, Locatod on cholco  corner vlow lot, southern oxposuro; good gardon and conveniently  ,.. locatod to stores arid P,Q, $57,500,  VIEW HOME-r-MADEIRA PARK  :Attractive full basomont homo, built August 1972, Approx,  1,288 sq, ft. with 3 BR's, mastor DR onsulto, Carport and largo  covorod sundeck, Situated on largo, partially landscapod lot, Close  to all convonloncos, $55,000,  HOME >YITH POOL ��� HOTEL LAKE  Attractive 3 DR homo with w/w 'carpot - acorn flroplaco, Va baso-  mont wltlv storage,   Boat, shop,  appro*,   20'x54\  Sltuo(od  on  largo, {rood vlow   lot,  baautlfully landscaped  with  patios,   flsh  pools, fruit trees and a 22' swimming pool. $52,000,  .QUALITY HOME -GARDEN BAY ESTATES  ���  Quality built 3 DR,-full basomont homo..-built 1974 - w/w carpotr  doublo carport, very largo sundock, stono flroplaco, Llvlngroom  ancl dining room havo opon beam colllnas, master DR has full  onsulto plumbing, Situated on soml-watorfront vlow lot, Southorn  oxposuro, $69,500.  ~18,9��S ACRES WITH COTTAGE ~r~  18,96 acroson Hwy, 101 near Middle Point. Nlcoly trood proporty  wllh crook and furnished 2 DR cottago, $50,000,  BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES  GUNBOAT BAY FISHING RESORT  Small resort on 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.  READY-MIX CONCRETE BUSINESS & EQUIPMENT  Operating in the Pender Harbour area with two ready-mix trucks,  1   dump truck;  1   loader, gravel  crushing and screening  plant,  gravel lease. $118,000.  EGMONT MARINA - FISHING RESORT  -'  Approx. 4.5 acres, approx. 660' waterfront. 11 motel units, owner's three bedroom home, restaurant and store (leased out),  Standard Marine station, bait -sales, floats, launching ramp,  8 rental boats and 7- motors, camper space, room for expansion.  $250,000.  HARBOUR MOTORS  Shell service station on Garden Bay Road with 4-bay garage, store,  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 J|55 track loader,  Linding soil shredder, /10-1O Lawrence drag Brukand equipment,  Dodge single axle dump truck. $25,0w).  RUBY LAKE MOTEL AND RESTAURANT  11 modern "waterfront units, .all electric, in a beautiful setting  on 4.3 acres, approx. 200' waterfront an Ruby Lake and approx.  800' waterfront on Lagoon, Hwy. 101 runs through property.  Float and launching ramp on Ruby Lake.'Also, opprox. 1,200 sq.  ft. licenced restaurant with all equipment. Comfortable 4 BR  home, approx. 1 acre level land with 300' waterfront and 351'  frontage on Hwy. 101. $195,000.  COMMERCIAL ACREAGE WITH REVENUE    "  4.4 commercial acres, adjoining new shopping centre in Madeira  Park. Store building, approx. 3,000 sq. ft., plus 2 houses, all  presently leased. Excellent property for holding or immediate  development. Low toxes, Asking $190,000. Call Jack Noble - res.  883-2701.  FISHING.CHARTER BUSINESS  Chinook Charters Ltd. at Madeira Park, Three fibreglass boats,  37', 28' 14' - all completely equipped. $121,000.  . SAKINAW & RUBY LAKES  RUBY LAKE COTTAGE  119' waterfront lot with furnished one BR cottage - living room -  kitchen, bathroom with shower, acorn flreplaco, sundock, water,  hydro, float. Road access,'$32,500-  4 BR PAN ABODE 7 SAKINAW LAKE  4 BR. furnished Panabode with" 1%". bathrooms, sundeck'"on all  sides, fireplace, 2 boats 5. motors, float. Situated on approx, 24   ���  acres with approx. 1,250, ft. cho(ce lakefront with Westerly exposure and many good building sites. An excellent proporty for ���  a private retreat or,for a group investment, $105,000.  SAKINAW LAKE        ;  Two furnished waterfront cabins, both With washrooms, on ap-.  prox.  1,34 acres of nicely treed lease land w(th approx,, 175'  sheltered  lakofront,   12' boat  and 6  hp'mptor,  All  for  only  '���' $16,900,  SUMMER COTTAGE - SAKINAW LAKE  Small furnlshod summor cottago with sundock, on 100' lakofront  lot. Float, Need? some finishing, $26,500, ADJOINING lakofront  |ot, approx, 70' of low bank shoreline, $ 18,900.  SAKINAW LAKE  Approx, 500',low bank lakofront on 'about 7% acros, nlcoly  ,. trood. $50,000.  FURNISHED SUMMER HOME & GUEST COTTAGE  ,     SAKINAW LAKE  ^On7ll6��,.de.QP^sholterfld.JqKofronLWltHJ|pat,��3^PR,su|T)mPr��ll0wo^.��,.  * 1,197 sq. ft, with 3 piece bathroom, flroplaco, largo sundock  on 2 sides, Guost cottage - 396 sq, ft,, 4 boats, boat houso, floats,  dlosol light plant, Westerly oxposuro, Wator across only, $50,000,'  r  T  WATERFRONT ACREAGE - EARL COVE  Approx. .1,800' good Watorfront with several beaches and bays,  Contains approx. 42,ocros, Crook through proporty, 3 DR furnished  homo, full basoment, oil furnace, Access from Egmont Road.  Exco|lont marina or rosort slto,, $175,000,  ';.'    APPROX, 600' WATERFRONT  Approx,  7  acros with approx,  600' Watorfront adjoining tho  Egmont  Marina,   Paved   Maplo   Road   runs   through   property.  $100,000,   '  WATERFRONT LOTS  Two ad|olnlng lots, each with'approx, 64' watorfront, Closa to  y ��chool^post��offlco^itoro.ond-oov..t..whorf .��..$! 6,000 ,,.&^$,l,9,000,-.-,.  WATERFRONT HOME vZ EGMONT       ^  . Very largo 4 DR home, approx, 244' watorfront on 3 loparciVy^  |o^��, Float, Excollent for a group purchaso, $105,000, 1  ��� ���'- *' WATERFRONT ACREAGE        -   -  Approx. 375' deep, sheltered watorfront on approx. 10 ocros of  trood land, Access by trail or water, $35,000,  JACK NOBLE  Rqs. 883-2701  OLLI or JEAN SLADEY,  Ros. 883-2233  DAN WILEY  Ros. 883-9149 '(  REAL ESTATE (Coii't) MOBILE HOMES (Con't) AUTOS, TRUCKS (Con*.)       AUTOS. TRUCKS (Coflt.) MACHINERY  FOUND  Wednesday, December 18,1974 The Peninsula Times Page A-S  SELMA Park area, 1 year old 2  bdrm   home. .View .by  appointment dnly.  Own finance  required. $35,000. Phone 885-9314 .  ���  10720-4  BEAUTIFUL, level, residential,'  view, lot 15 on Thompson Rd.,  Nr. Langdale. 79'xl35', water and  power. $14,500 with $7,000 down,  bal. at 9 per cent. 921-9175 or 298-  7360.  10821-7  MOBILE HOMES   al2x60' 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.,  JSechelt. 7    10716-4..  AYERS Mobile Home Park, we  ��� have trailer space available.  Phone 885-2375. l'0777-tfn'  , 1973  CHANCELLOR  12x48',   2  " BR., set up in Ayers Trailer.  Park, $9500 O.B.O. 886-2284 or.  885-9798.. .10842-7'  1960 Detroiter  10'x46\  2 B.R.  Fully furnished.  12'x 68'AMBASSADOR  Deluxe, 3 bedrooms, 2 baths,  raised living room, electrical  fireplace,   washer   and  dryer,  Spanish decor.  ,       24'x 48'STATESMAN  3  bdrm,   separate   DR,   shag  carpeting throughout. Avocado  built-in     dishwasher;     deluxe  range; 2 dr frost free fridge; fully  ' furnished & tastefully decorated.  .On   view   at   Sunshine. Coast  Trailer Park. -  SUNSHINE COAST,  TRAILER PARK  886-9826  10734-tf  1967 CENTURY mobile home  with large addition. Must sell,  $6000   full   price.   Will- cons.  reasonable terms. 886-7356.10832-  7   y  10' x 50' NASHUA, part furn. Set  up in local trailer park. Immed. Poss. $5500.885-2815 107184  DOUBLE WIDES  p        ,    ,^ . ���    >  Delivered and set up on youif'  property; guaranteed to be accepted' by municipality.' Non-  basement . arid, full basement  foundation plans supplied. Al- ,  so large selection of twelve  wides. For,further information'  ,_.;. Call Collect 525-3688 ,y  May be viewed at 6694" Kings-  way,, Burnaby  Member of the Western Mo-  4   bile Home Assoc,     a  ���  .M.D.L., 25012.  '8917-tfn  COAST HOMES  '   NEONEX'  Estate-Imperial  MODULINE  Premier Chancellor  ON THE SPOT  BANK FINANCE!      /  >ADS AVAILABLE!.  ' EXCELLENT AFTER SALES  SERVICE!  FAIR PRICES!  , ' .ONEONLY!  12'x68', Premier, 3 BR, red shag  LR, deluxe appliances, fully furn.  in Spanish decor. Matching  washer and dryer. Del'vd and set  up on spot of your choice. No  hidden costs.  $13,950 F.P.  COAST HOMES  885-2204 24 hrs.  D.L.5520  BOATS & ENGINES-  IT1/^ F.G. over plywood boat with  . or without rebuilt 1972 Merc,  outboard/ Best  offer.  885-3306   10799-5  . 1974 K&C Thermaglass, 50 H.P.  L.J. Road Runner. 886-  2725; 10813-7  AUTOS, TRUCKS, Ele  1966 PONTIAC Parisienne, 4 dr.  hardtop, good transportation.  $400,883-2256. 10835-4  ,1973 FORD Ranger XLT deluxe, .  ...% ton,10,000 mi.;, auto, power  steering, radio,  S.R.  Window,  dual tanks. Ex. cond.,  $4150.885-9534.      . 108174  .    ,    ioo:ob down; y, ..  ;   "      BanklNTEREST       V,  ..19,68 Cadillac Coupe De^Ville.a  original factory aqua lacqer.  1968 Ford X-L 2 Dr. H.T., ,390,  ' buckets, lovely cond*  1968   ViVa   2-Dr.   Stn.    Wgn.  _ automatic, as new.  1968 Viva Coupe, 1 owner, 41,000  miles.  1968 Pontiac Lhf. 327 auto, new  paint.  , 1968 Ford country sedan, V-8,  auto, P.S., P.B. 1 owner.  1967     Datsun     Pick-up'   and v  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.  ,1967 Fury 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. y ���  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  YOUR AUTOPLAN CENTRE  1971   MGB   Sports   car,   new  radials, new paint job. Offers.  886-7684 or 886-7010.. 107584  1968 DATSUN pick-up. ^885-95647  ,   y a       10823-4 ~  1971 CHEV pickup 350, V-8 Vz ton,  auto. PS # PB, stereo H-D  susp., boxside rails, hitch? etc.: A-  1 cond. $2995. Phone, 885-2439.  y '    ,.    - -        10848-tfn  1958 XAND. Rover in running  condition, $450.885-3306.10798-5  L1958 V.W.Bug, body good,' ho  rust; everything together. New  tires,  new, motor,  front end,  brakes, etc. $450 O.N.0.885-  2853. -'     .   '   108474  CAMPERS & TRAILERS  1   BEDROOM   mobile   home,  needs  work.   $2500.   886-7598  '.,     .     .       .   '-..      - 108534  , KEE'P up with The Times.. Our  - new number 885-3231.' Get a  little, action with Times Ad  Briefs.  -.        1361-tfn  LEGAL NOTICES  LAND FOR DALE  TO CLOSE AN ESTATE  , Cash offers are invited for the  purchase of the lot in the Van-  , couver Assessment District,  described as:? Block 5, except  Parcel  A   (Explanatory  Plan  , 6566) of East part .of East % of  ~~ District Lot 691, Plan 3980.  This lot is near Pole 123, North  Road,'Gibsons, B.C. and there is  ~ a small cabin on the lot. The Title  is clear and subject only to the  . usual reservations contained in  the grant from the,Crown.  "' Tenders accompanied by a  certified cheque, for 10 per cent  of the amount of the offer,'  payable to the Administrator of  the Estate of A. C. Kick,  deceased are to be forwarded to  the 7 Administrator at P.O.  Drawer 3160, Courtenay, B.C. by  registered mail. The certified  cheque's submitted by persons  whose offers are not accepted  will be' returned to them by  registered ma.il.  Tenders for Jess than $10,000.00  and tenders received after the  30th of December, 1974 will not be  considered. ���   ���  10815-piib. December 18, 1974. '  1 FOR 'SALE ��� iGonstructiort-  Machinery. Used John Deere,  Rubber tired,loader, Model JD-  644 with 3 cu. yard bucket.; Used  Allis Chalmers rubber. tired,  loader; Model 645,includirig 3 cu.  yard bucket with grapple, ex.  condition; Used Allis:Chalmers  Model 745,' 4 cu. yard rubber tired-  loader, ex. condition with Weldco  Model 25 grapple;Used Cat D-8-  H,a Ser. -No. 46A20923 including  ripper and full U-blade with tilt.  Phone Wayne Sylvester, Days  879-6221, Eves. 274-2656. -   10855-7.  MORTGAGES  /SMALL, dark orange Persian  cat, neat Laundromat. 885-  9042. ,y 7.      108314  BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY.       -  BACKHOE ' ! Business-Illness  -, forces sale of ,1972 Long 5-N-l  Backhoe. Well maintained and in  excellent mechanical condition.  1500 original hours, lyrd. Q.D.  Front Loader converts to crane,  sor Fork Lift, 1-12" ,and 1-24'5  bucket. All weather cab with  heater; ready to go- with- or  without work. $14,500. Phone 885-  5439. . a   -   .  10326-tfin  ���  ALL TYPES ..OF INSURANCE  Seaside Plaza  886-2000  Gibsons  886-9121  CHRISTMAS SPECIAL ��� ONLY ONE LEFT  12 HP MINI-DOZER, complete with electric start, electric lift-  tipping  bucket and  rear ballast box-blade also available.  Purchase now before   the 1975  prices come into effect!  G& E TRACTOR DISTRIBUTING   '  885-9211  or 885-2803  We are also equipped to look after your snow-blowing requirements ���  MEMBER OF  MULTIPLE LISTING  SERVICE  BOX 769, SECHELT, B.C.  LTD.  REAL iESTATE  PHONE 885-2241  WATERFRONT  REDROOFFS ROAD AND AREA  YACHTSMAN'S RETREAT - SECRET COVE  840' deep water moorage, approx. 8 acres. Ideal for group or  commercial development, $150,000; good terms and good Interest rate. Suzanne or Len Van Egmond.  17 ACRES VIEW  Middlepofnt location, 100 percent privacy. Roads throughout the  property. Subdivision potential and power make this acreage a  good buy. F.P. $34,000. Call Stan'Anderson.  HALFMOON BAY  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 Von Egmond. '  SELMA PARK - WATERFRONT REVENUE  4 semi-furnished suites right on the beach. Steady year-round  revenue. $365.00 per month. Stone fireplaces, auto, hot water.  Ideal for soml-rotlred person who likes fishing and boating. Walking distance to Sechelt. Dominion Lease, F.P. $31,000. Somo  terms, Call Jack Anderson.  TWO WATERFRONT LOTS  Close to now Ice arena,' In one of tho nicest new areas to opon  upon tho Sunshlno Coast, Power 8. telephone aro underground and  wator system Is In. Previous.lots In, this area sold very fast, F.P.  $) 8,000 each, Call Davo Roberts.  SELMA PARK    '  Home and two cottages, $29,500.00. Live In one,,let the other  two pay the expenses.  Property Includes three lots with   150'  highway frontage. Good leasehold title, consider the value. Call  Dave Roberts. -l-!  SELMA PARK  View lot, fully serviced, beautifully treed, ,46 of an aero. F.P.  $16,000. Call Doug Joyco.  DAVIS BAY  70'xl22' view lot, treed ,easy building site. Tho bost buy around.  '    ,.   F.P. $9,500.00. Call Stan Anderson.  SECHELT AND AREA  ���'������-,���      TWO VIEW f-OJS  No stoop hills to climb to roach thoso exceptional lots. Terrific  view of Sechelt  Inlet and Coast mountains. Close to pew Ice  qrona and oxcollont' public beach'and boat launch accow. Only  1   7 $10,000 each. Call Dave Roborts.  'Only $3,600 down, Largo lot In the Vlllago, Cloarod and lovol,  .Roady.tb build on, 93' frontago. $12,500 or offers. Call Ed.Baker;.  ROBERTS CREEK  2,25 acres, 2 bodroom 3 year old view homo on highway, Garden  ,8011, Electric hoat and hot water, Must, bo sold. $27,500 with  torma Call Jack Andorson,        , ..-.-���<  i '  " ."V ���'      '���'   ' ..VILLAGE LOT        .  ,���100!x250'7aorvlcod.Jo��t,closb*to.boach,iDrlvoway.andp culvert*ln��-  stalled, Many troos on a unique lot.  F,P.  $13,500. Call Stan  ���'������'���''������'���������'   ���'������'������-':   ������   ���   ��� Anderson. ';.  , Lovol  lot, nlcqly trood, Handy location In W��t Secholt, Near  , school, trailers, permitted, R2 xoncd, F,P. $8,900.00. Coll Len  i or Suzanno Van, Egmond, ,<i  PORPOISE BAY VIEW HOME  Just past ,now lco Arena, 1296 sq, ft., wAv rugs throughout, a\'-  tractlvo cornor flreplaco, Two comploto bathrooms, full basomont, panoramic vlow from llvlna room kitchen, master bodroom  and sundock, Prlcod of $54,500, Mako your Offer, Call Ed  ���'���''���        ������������  .' ���' Poker, ,..���.. . .. ,.��*,!. 7 ��� ., :<.,. .,;��� '   I j-  ,.'.'',     "WEST SECHELT .   ��� .'  View lot In good residential aroa, Somo trees,. all. services aro  ciYallahlo, Owner must Belli' F,P,  $10,000, Call Stan Anderson,  ' NEW  Idoal starter or rotlromont homo, 2 bodrooms, plus utility. Wall  lo wall throughout, Attractive cornor flroplaco, Everything In mod.  orn nnd up to rlnjo ns possible, Walk to all conveniences, Priced  In tho 30^8, CalT Ed Baker,  ���y��� ���"-^'���'^^LJfDOTCbz'f1^ " ~~��� ~  A starter horfjo or for retired*. Small 2 bedroom modorn homo  In tho Vlllago of Socholt, Wpll maintained and fenced. F,P.  7     $22,500, Call Suzanno Van Egmond or Bill Montgomery,  2 bedroom noar now home on largo vlow property 10O'x22O' with  subdlvls|op possibility, VV-W carpets ,loads of cabinets In large  kitchen and dining area.  Heatilator flreplaco,  Minor finishing  required. FP $39,000 with terms. Call Jdpk Anderson.  ���''���'������'. .'7.'���'.."   ''���"������'     $31,500 FULL PRICE    7   ! '���-���''''y  3 bedroom view homo' In Wilson Ctcek. Carport and, sundock.  Double windows, full basomont, roughod-ln .double plumbing/ Finished on outside, Heating and all* Interior doors Included. Move  ; p In and finish yourself. Ca|l Jack Andorson.   : >  MODERN DESIGN  2 bedroom horViq set on largo lot surrounded by tall evergreens,  Main floor i.foaturo? largo kltchon and combination dining area.  Long living room with free standing flroplaco, Carpeted stairways  up to 2 largo bodrooms, Mastor has, sliding glass door* to private  sundeck, Must bo soon at this |bw prlco of $37*000 with forms,  Call Davo Roborts.    '      -ROBERTS CREEK AND AREA ^  "ROBGRTS'tRfk 7Wb*M/T" *"  ,9 of an aero, hoavlly trood with a year roundcrcok. F,P, $11,500,.  ,     Call Doug Joyco.  4.6 ACfcG HOBBY FARM  With vloW, Nlco gothlc arch home at tho end of Crowo Road In  ,     , Roborts Creok, Only, $29,900, Call Bill Montgomery.  LANGDALE VIEW HOME     '      !  Contemporary 3 bedroom,homo, all cedar llfotlmo oxtorlor siding,  En-Sulto plumbing, unique doslgn, Carport. Largo lot, yery close to  schools. F,P. $53,900, Coll Stan Andorson or Bill Montgomery.  7     "���'   SALTSPRING ISLAND '  |5,90,qsros' ,on boautlful Salt Spring Island, Building slto with  view of Active Pass; Enough timber to build your own log cabin,  y    FP l$35,00Q.OO. Call Bill Montgomery, '  "'..''  '       BETTER THAN NEW >     '  Jus| putslclo Gibsons, 12x55' mobile homo on 95x157' lot, Tall  ovorcjroons,' lawn and gqrdon ore tho sottlpg for this beautifully  maintained homo, Financing Is no problem as our owner will  ,.,���..'. .,,,���,....J.,.,.,��.xarry*^,P,42^00v.Call;Dpug-Joyco,--~". .���.-���....  . ~ TUWANEK    ���'.'.���  50'xl20'  serviced   lot,  oa��y walking  dlstanco to  Marina  and  ' swimming. Lot is treed Call Doug Joyco.  Pave Robert*  Evos. Phono 0115-2973  Stan Andorson  Evos, Phono 1105-2305  Len or SUxahrio Van Egmond  Ev����. Phona 085-9603  Jack Andorson  Evos, 005-2053  Doug Joyco  Evos, Ph, 005-2761  VANCOUVER DIRECT LINE 685-5544  SEE US AT OUR OFFICE ACROSS FROM THE SECHELT BUS DEPOT  Dill M^pffilrf  Evo��, 006-2006  Ed Dakor  Evos. Phono 005-2641  ;   , NEED MONEY?  . Mortgages '      .  y  .7 Arranged    ", y  . . Bought    " ,  ,    Sold _ . '  - First - Second - Third -.  ���Summer'cottage  and building loans  .readily available  ACADIAN MORTGAGE  CORP. LTD.    y  2438 Marine Drive  West Van. 926-3256  8909-tfn  WANTED  FILL wanted, no stumps please.  Camp Byng, Roberts Creek,  886-2686. '*    ,     10811-5  lost":  ;������- ���'-:.  MISSING  12'  aluminum  boat  from Davis Bay beach, 885-  908?. .' ��� 10834-4  FOR SALE  DRY alder cut to length, split and  delivered, $30 truck load. 885-.  3184. .   10829-7  FOR SALE [Continued]y ,-  5040 YOUNG pullets either just  laying or will lay shortly. $5 ea. I  885-9882 ;/.,     107234.  t- _ 7 __"___"*       -'_  2 - 89 GAL. propane tanks, brand -  n^w propane .fired, household  dryer;   near   new   3  kilowatt  . .Peters diesel light plant. 886- ;     ~  7338.  , .    ' . 10744-tf ,  FIRE place alder ��� A pile,4 ft.  high x 8 ft;, long and cut to  specified length max.; 20 inch. ,-  Fraction of a cord only $25  delivered. Sechelt area. Phone  885-2325.  7    .    \        .10770-tfn.  B&W, 19'? RCA Victor T.V., ex^ '  cond.; dinette suite and misc.  items. 885-9893.   ', , 10784-5  "SEASONED alder, $30 cord; 2  ��� cords, $50; pickup load, $20.10  K.W.. lighting plant, $950. 885-  - 3197. ( ',  ... 10785^,  ~ SEX-L-LINK laying hens or live  stewing hens, 1 yr. old, $2.50 ea.  886-7244.    ' 7710793^  FUR trimmed coat with embroidery, Misses size 16, as  new. Cost $45, asking, $30. 885-  3306. 10800-5  FOr SALE (Contttnuod)  NOW OPEN \  COAST HOME DECOR  Quality    sofas    and ' chairs,  loveseats,. occasional   chairs,  dinettes,; ,-fioffee   tables,   end  tables, table, swag lamps, Sealy ,.  hid-a-beds, ,Westinghouse  washers .. ���r' and dryers,  , refrigerators,"    stoves,     dishwashers.     ...;,.,  '" Next to^Coast Cablevision  COASTHOME DECOR  885-2205 ,    .  -   ���'  -    4  DIRECT^from the farm Gov't  Inspected grain, fed Hereford  beef sides, 93c lb: cut, wrapped  and frozen. 112-794t7388.    10849-8 ,  ONE      26" -   Zenith      B&W  television^'3 yrs. old, perfect  ;condition.(885-3350   '  ' :   y  \ eveningsi'^J   >   ,   . ���   10852-4  GIRL'S bicycle, 5-7 yrs., good-  condition,, training wheels if  needed, $20.885-9956.      , 10854-4  ,     7,    7   t,T    :   WANTED TO BUY  USED manual typewriter in good  working order. Phone 885-3231  days or 886-9358 eves.       10686-tf  HoweSoundmjs  By Margaret Jones 886-9843 "'  If you don't know what to give Uie man-  wh,o-has everything; you might like to" have a  suggestion for;a Christmas gift. For the  small sum of $1.25, you could buy him a box  of, candy. Better still, you could buy him  several boxes.  Of course, others would be delighted with  such a gift. Your paper boy, for example or  that hostess you will be visiting soon. Some of  these assorted boxes will be on sale at the  'fivening of Music' concert in which the  Elphinstone Secondary School Bands will be  featured, along with the popular choir, The  Sunshine Choirtsters. Students have a few  boxes for sale," but they won't last (The  boxes, that is;)flf you see a member of the  band, stop him or her and buy one.  Band students are also working hard on  their musical selections for the concert on  December 19. Thosewho have been following  their career closely will know we can expect  some exciting sounds from these musicians.  The three bands that will be playing are the  Junior Band (Gr. 8), Stage Band (Grades 11  and 12), and the Concert Band (Grades 9-12.)  The audience will have a chance to sing-  along in some Christmas carols.  A silver collection that will be taken at the  concert, and the money from the candy.sale  will help to swell the fund which was set up to  purchase.band instruments. This plan was  adopted in preference to the former rental  system. For.the Band Committee which was  set up to assist in every possible way,' the'  biggest' hurdle " was " "maKdng tlie down'  payment on the instruments. That has been  cleared but it is still necessary to raise  money to make the payment.  An 'Evening of Music' starts at 7:30 p.m.  in Sechelt Elementary School.  . Gibsons United Church was filled to  - capacity last Sunday evening when the Youth  Group-led a service of worship and witness.  These young people, of different religious  denominations, meet regularly one evening a  week in private houses.  The service was conducted by Emily  Fraser and Phillip Madison. Ushers were  Craig Hosland and Brian Partridge. Laura  Campbell spoke on the first theme, Peace.  Joy was the subject of Jim Hilstad's address  and Maria Schneider spoke on the third  theme, Love, feibte readings were by Jim and  Phyllis Dorst^and Valma Scrugham.  The congregation joined the Youth Group  , in some enthusiastic singing, led by Margo  Metcalf playing the guitar.  The offering,p1\vas given to the Sunshine  Coast RetardedaChlldren's Association.  |The Castaways' held their last meeting  for the year on Tuesday, December 10 in  Sechelt Elementary School. Rehearsals will  start again on January 7 for their production  ��� a pot-pourri of song, dance and drama.,  Thrift shops are for the thrifty, they are  also for anyone who Is looking for costumes.  f you are putting on a skit, a song-and-dance  act, or a play,it might be worth your while to  check out your local thrift shop, first. If thoy  don't have exactly what you need, thoy may  have something that can bo taken apart and  re-assembled., If you lot thom know' your  requirements, thoy yidU look out for It and put  lt nsldo.  I'IIikhh, 111 5'<mr heiu't  ym. (aiiiw it's i IkIu,  pamiapaaioni  lliu nmiiiilnaii imi.iimmil Im imrioiinl litnnit  SECHELT ��� The Christmas Luncheon and  elections 'of officers was held on Thursday  December 12 by the Sechelt Ladies Auxiliary  and St. Mary's Hospital. "  The following executives were elected:.  President Mrs. Betty Monk, vice president  Mrs. Billie Steele, Secretary Miss,Kay  Purdy, Treasurer Mrs. Doreen Jenkins and  Publicity Mrs. Peggy Connor.  Those ladies, were installed by Mrs.  Charlotte Raines, past president of the  Robert's Creek Ladies Auxiliary to St.  Mary's Hospital, Past President of the Coordinating Council and Ladies Auxiliary  representative on the board of trustees of the  hospital.  The prayer was read by Mrs. Mary  Redman at the opening of the meeting before  the business portion was dealt with.  The Sechelt Auxiliary would like to thank  Miss Helen Dawe for auditing our financial  statement for the year.-  Miss Eleanor Lonnerberg will start  nursing training ,in. February at Royal  Columbian hospital, helped, by a bursury  which was donated by this auxiliary, it was  reported. . r ..  The thrift Shop in Sechelt served 10,794  hours, and a total of 2,608 hours were served^  in the various departments of St. Mary's  Hospital, hairdressing, extended care entertaining, gift shop, flower care, and  Library Cart."   y    77  This auxiliary feels these hours show a  great interest in the hospital and its patients.  President Mrs. Ina Grafe thanked  everyone for their co-operation over" the  years and said how much she had enjoyed  her term in office.    - ./..  There are 75 active members and 72  associate members and one life and four  junior members, the meeting was told.  Mrs., Gladkin and her helpers of the  Ladies of St. Hilda's Anglican Church are to  be commended for their efforts in preparing  , the luncheon.  Mrs. Bee Swanson, one of the members of  the auxiliary, held the first meeting in her  - own home in January 1961.  -  . This was the last meeting for 1974;  January 1975 will see the first meeting under  the guidance of the new executives.  Advanced signs of impairment...  Curtis Prime was fined $41)0 at provincial  court Dec. 12 after he pleaded guilty to impaired driving.  Crown prosecutor Dennis Archiebald said  that accused crossed the centreline on Highway 101 near Nor'west Bay Road Nov. 23 and  drove into a ditch on the opposite side of the  road.  Prime "showed advanced signs of impairment," said Archiebald,  After taking a breathalyzer test, which  pegged his blood-alcohol level at .22, Prime  was warned not to drive his vehicle for a few  hours.  But "he went to Gulf service station and  drove away," Archiebald told the court.  Accused was stopped a second timo and still  showed "advanced signs,of impairment."  The crown entered a stay of proceedings  on a second impaired driving count stemming from tlie later Incident,  Judge J.S.Pi Johnson gaid that becauso of  Prime's Job and. family background, he  would riot Impose a licence suspension, but :  :pnly-��-^00flno;;-'7:7;;\M;'7'7;.^7',.'7::,':; ���"������.���:;;!:7"'  He noted, however, that the superln-  tehdent of motor vehicle would probably  suspend Prime from driving.  In other court news, William Joe of  Sechelt was found guilty, after trial, of  assaulting Wakefield 7 Inn owner Gary  ���Radynskl,,, 7 '77 77 7'7 7''. 77V      . -,'������'''',;.  Rndynskl testified thnt during n dance he <  was promoting at the Sechelt Legion Septi 20;  Joo punched htm twice In the face.  Rndynskl described Joe's condition at the  time as "very drunk,-stubborn and obstinate."    .  Judge Johnson granted Joe a conditional  discharge, ordering him to be of good  behaviour and stay away from the Sechelt  Legion for six months.  sfiiiBpage rotes  Interior forest operations will have to pay  only minimum stumpage rates this winter,  and independent, coast operators will see  their stumpage rates cut in half.'  This announcement,'v(made by Resources  Minister Bob Williams In, JKamloops, Is one of  a series of measures taken by the provincial  government to help1 the sawmllllng industry  through Its''current difficulties. 7  Interior stumpage appraised < or ife-  , appraised from this dato;forward will be sot  at the mlnlniuitt rate allowed by statute ���  ' $T.10 per hundred cubic feet of timber. This  reduction wlU be back-dated to November 1,  1074, and will continue until the end of March,  1975.  Stumpage is tho prlco paid for Uio raw  material of the forcst'-lndustry y the purchase price of the standlrtg trees,  '  While pulp producers In the province hnvo  enjoyed high profits', recently, tlio non-  HEAVY  DUTY  TRUCK  MECHANICS  'Required for highway division of  Intogratod transportation company  based In Whltohorso, YuKon. Jour-  rjoymnn ratoo $0.00 rising to $7.66  por houi' January 1, 1975, First  class mechanics without llconoo  will bo oonoldorod. Standard  Toamstor labour contraot provides  for full rango fringe bonaflta Including modloal and pension  plans. Roloontlon anolalnnoo plan  avallablo,  Call oolloot 403-667-2611u6r wrltoi  '~to,WRiK)pii '���""'��� ('-'"-"7 ":*"���" 7  Poroonnol Manager! Whltohorso  Whito Poqq 8v Yukon Route  Bok 4070, Whltohoroo, Yukor)  _Yf. 'or^havoTSffered"'*  heavily from the coritljiulng decline In.  lumber markets, lids has resulted In severe  unemployment, particularly In the Interior.  Williams has repeatedly criticized (the  pulp compaJttlcs for refusing to pay the  Bawmlllors adequate prices for chips, nndi  has promised to take action, Tho Forest  Products Stabilization Act, passed by tho  legislature earlier thj8 week, gives lho  government power to determine Uio prlco  that pulp mills must pay sawmlllcrs, for pulp  chips, ;   |. .. 7  "These temporary minimum,stumpage  charges will ensuro that none of Uio gain in  chip prices will bo absorbed In stumpage  rates," sold Williams, "Tlio total benefit will  go to tho sawmills, and of course to, tho  ,���.^���^..^^.^���^r... ,..,.,      ^ ...  For tho Con^t, Williams said thnt slum-  page rates for Independent (non-lntcgrntcd)  firms would bo ncduce<yo,J0 per cent of log  sale values In tho Vancouver Forest District,  nrtd'fl per cent of log selling prices In tho  northern const,   I' I ��� ai ��"' '   a��iinm  The tomb of King Mausolua of Anatolia  (Turkey), built by his wlfo Artomcsin, was so  magnificent and renowned In tho ancient  world that his name has become Identified  with tombs ��� mausoleum. /    ','  Y  :$        ft-  ���MX.  Page A-6 7   '   .  The Peninsula Times  Wednesday, December 18,1974  :-' I'  maffigwa^ffigwgwii'wgwfiffww  CHICKENS   WANDER   among   the  charred remains of the John Downing  farmhouse in Dream Valley near Ir-  . vines   Landing. :The   house   burned  December 7 leaving the Downing family  homeless. It is speculated the fire began  by chimney sparks landing on the house  roof. Residents of the Pender Harbour  area have rallied to help replace some  of the items the Downings lost in the  fire.-  .Letters addressed to Santa have been  making their way to the "North Pole" since  late October, indicating that the children in  Western Canada are responding to the Post,  ..Office's annual Mail Early campaign.,  ��� According to the undeliverable mail office ���  iri Vancouver,' which receives Santa mail  from the four western provinces, "cooler"  weather, on the prairies seems to stimulate  . thoughts of Christmas lists much earlier than  here on the West Coast, as the majority of  letters received to mid-November came  from Alberta and Saskatchewan.  ChUdren really haven't changed that  much over the -years. They still ask"  solicitously after Santa's health and that of  Mrs. Santa and the reindeer. There are still  offers of cookies and milk on Christmas Eve'  ' and they stiU pore over Christmas catalogues  .before writing their lists.  Brenda.   from    Cranberry    Portage,  , Manitoba, writes: "How are you, I am find; ���  now I'd like to talk business..." and when  "talking buisiness", girls still ask for dolls ���  "Baby Alive" is edging out perennial Barbie  this year. Boys still favour games, racing  cars or trains. Though Evel Knievel's Cycle  is receiving a lot of requests from young  fans.        y ���  .  Over 4,000 Santa letters were received in  the undeliverable mail office last year, and  _ this year promises another bumper crop. A  good indication that Santa is still alive and  weU and living at the North Pole.  dnniiiimniniiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiimiiig  also  will be playing live ifrthe Batik of Montreal  on  ionday, December 23 .  1:30 p.m. to 3:00 p.m.  from their album  Come One, Come Ml and Have a Ball.  FORGET  ANYONE?  PENDER HARBOUR ��� Two years of hard  work went up in smoke on the farm of John  Downing on December 7. when his' house  burned to the ground. It is speculated the fire  was started by sparks from the stove.  Downing had brought his wife Helen and  daughters Leona and Barbie to Dream  Valley, situated between Mixal and Hotel  Lakes off the road to Irvines Landing, a few  years ago to build up a farm and live on the  Sechelt News  ���by Peggy Conner  Wayne and Veronica Place are entertaining Veronica's sister Mrs. Jennifer _  Read and her two sons. Graham and Adrian  _who arrived Dec. 7 from Sydney, Australia.  Husband Colin will arrive this coming week  to spend Christmas and New Year's at the  Places. They go on to England after the  festive season to visit the sister's parents.  The Sechelt Library will be closed Dec. 26  and 28 also Jan. 2 to enable the all-volunteer  staff time off. Other times they will be open  as usual: Thurs. 10:30 to 1 p.m. and Saturday  2-4. Time the library had more assistance;  these ladies have worked long and hard to  provide this service.  The- Sunshine Choristers have practised  faithfully these great voices will now be  heard in concert, first Dec. 16, for the New  Horizons Roberts Creek, Christmas party,  Dec. 19 for the,Senior Citizens No. 69,of  Sechelt their Christmas party in the afternoon, in the evening they are on the  program with the Elphinstone Band, at the  Sechelt Elementary School Activity Hall  with a community singing of carols included.  Sunday afternoon Dec. 22 at the St. Mary's  Hospital, Sunday evening 7:30 at St. Hilda's  Church Hall where everyone is invited to  come and. Join in^the singing.  Dec. 23 at 7:30they will be heard singing  in the Trail Bay Mall. Their most competent  leader ls Mrs. Enid Godkin and musically  accompanied by Mrs. Hazel Evans on tlie  piano. Watch for them you will bo pleased  with the quality of the volees.  The Castaways group will stop rehearsal  for the holiday season starting with renewed  vigor again on Jan 7 at the Sechelt School  Activity Hall 7:30 with plans underway for  tholr pot pourie of, music and drama,  BACKYARD SCENE  A big brown owl thought ho'was just going  to swoop down and grab a fat muscovy drake'  for his evening meal. 1 saw him,fly down,  raced out, armed with the tea towel I happened to havo In hand, I underestimated tho  drake.'He bad tho owl down and wns pocking"  nw'ny.nt.hls neck llko fury. Tlie owl lay still  * When thb drake got off but recovered enough  to fly off Into tho night leaving many of hla  feathers on the ground.  Alderman Frank Leitner was scon at  Ponder  Harbour looking  for  ideas  for  : Socholt?   ��� ,,,/.;���������' .'. ,    7 ���,'.'; y  REDUCttON SALE  land.  Most of the family's possessions including  some money, power tools, coin and jade  collections and wife Helen's stock of home  canning were in the house at the time.  Where the house once stood there only  remains a black tangled mess of twisted  metal and pieces of scorched timber.  Chickens pecked aimlessly around the  wreckage. Barely discernible lettering on a  partly burned sign said 'The Downing Farm'.  Downing said because he had no phone, by  the time the local fire departments were  alerted and arrived on the scene, there was  little left of the house.  He praised the firemen for doing all they  could under the circumstances.  He also said he could never express  enough thanks to those neighbouring people  who have given his family shelter until he  can build or find a.temporary residence.  Downing has a variety of livestock on his  eighteen acres and as he looked around his  property he said "there is no use looking  back and come one or two years we will have  another house."  He is hoping to get a job with the Coast  Guard. The two weeks on and off shift would  be ideal for him to make some money and yet  have time to work on a new house he said.  An unfortunate footnote to the accident  was the injury sustained by his-wife Helen  when she attempted to go for help on horseback and the animal threw a shoe and fell,  throwing her to the ground. Mrs. Downing is  Recovering from pulled ligaments in her leg!  INSTALLED & SERVICED       1  Repairs, new carpet sales,        S  installation. Service guaranteed.   f|  Corner Pratt & Rosamund        =  Gibsons���886-9093 |  _ 5  filUlUiliiiliilliiiiilliliilUiillliiliuiiiiiiilliliniiKljlilliH  1  eM@m,&  Do you think the consumers on the Sunshine Coast are getting a fair deal from their  local merchants?  A group of" residents from Gibsons and  Sechelt have met twice on this issue and are  inviting anyone and everyone from Pender  Harbour to Port Mellon to join them.  The local consumer group Is undertaking  four research projects. "Number one is the'  price of food on the Sunshine Coast as  compared to Vancouver, Powell River and  other rural areas similar to our own. Other  questions being asked In relation to food are  the lack of variety and selection and the fact  that advertised specials are often  unavailable," a spokesman said,    .  Project number two Involves a thorough  enquiry into freight rates as they apply to  Sunshine Coast, ��� Powell River, Campbell  River and other areas similar to our own.'  The group asked if the cost of shipping really  accounts for price differences.here?   ,  Tho third area the group ls looking Into ls  Ii  ' m      ,iin      i    ii i I  ii r    in ii iii i  that of fuel prices, both gasoline and home  heating oil. "t)o you know you're paying up  to 20 cents per gallon more than Vancouver  residents for your gasoline?" the spokesman  said.  The fourth project is a comparison look at  the cost of repair service calls and services,  and the high cost of replacement parts of any  kind. These range from automotive needs to  replacement parts for electrical appliances.  "We are attacking these questions with  enthusiasm and plan to continue with their  projects. One suggestion' which will be  discussed in the new year will be the  possibility of establishing , a permanent  consumer counselling service on the Sunshine Coast perhaps in co-operation with the  Sunshine Coast Community Resource  Society;" she said. ,  The next meeting will be January 9 at the  Elphinstone Library at 0 p.m. Everyone Is  wolcomo.  from the auxiliaries to  St. Mary's Hospital  THRIFT SHOP  Special thanks from staff to the  generous donors who made the  success of the shop possible.  * CORDUROY   SUITS  �� KNIT SLACKS & SHIRTS  �� LEATHER JACKETS  to  �� CUFF LINKS  �� RINGS  �� TIMEX WATCHES  �� TIES  *7tm *%eo* fo you oil faom tAe 4fa^ at  [NE MEN'S WEAR  ��CHASMSEX �� MASTERCHARGE  �� �� ��      A choice of three holidays offering a complete   .  Fiji experience. Understand the Fijian life-style at  the island's major centers and then simply relax  in idealic resort living.  885-2439  ��� Ilfi If %k I  Hiway XOl Roberts Creek  "' ��� i Svciptee* Sfaafh*  �� ^(^eicitf ?7��ee&'''*"r  ��*Pe*emtoU  Must make room  for now stock,  NO ORDERS ftY NVMl, OR PHONG  COACH IIMSiTD.  S-ftlJ. Coach linos will be inaEung the following  Schedule Changes during the Christmas Season:  DEPART SECHELT FOR VANCOUVER  December 25 * regular Wednesday .Schedule  12:30 PM .  5:00 PM '  7:30 PM  January 1 -12:30 PM ��� 5:00 PM ~~ 7:30 PM,  This schodulo Northbound to Socholt ;/rom Voncouyor will romaln  tlio same, 9��0Q AAA-1:30 PM-6.15 p  1J1  Holidays from  Fiji for  Sixteen Days ,  This, our least oxponslvo Fijian  holiday, takes you to Fiji's  " main Island of Vitl Kvui Wo""  want you to know tho tranquility of Fiji and havo the  opportunity  to  unwind,  so,,  we've arranged active visits  to the island centers of Nandl  and Suva nnd n totally, rcjaxod  resort holiday on the beach,  39  ���p." w f w,f v J>*. wK i *WWr .* ���  Nandl  Suva  SlRotoko  Nandl  Int.  4 nts.  7 nts,  3 nts.  Suntovor Hotol  Isa Lei Hotel,  Roof Hotol  , Sunlovor Hotol  Popular Fiji  The hospitality and harmony,  of Fiji,Is unreserved, So that  you can feel tho true nnd  beautiful moods, of Fiji wo'yo  arranged for you" to explore-  Fiji at a relaxed pace. You'll  have the opportunity to shop  and slghtsco in the active  centers on Vitl Lcvu and to  do your own thing at relaxed,  boachsldo resorts. You'll even  spend some timo on your, own  Treasure Islandl This is our  most popular holiday. Come  along and get to know the calm.  em  7'  "J lnaiW'ppS&g,:  _VY"mu<}o rtlwMtr  The Best of Fiji  A casual holiday to bountiful  nnd luxurious, Fiji staying at  somo-of'Fiji's best��hotols��and-��  sumptuous resorts. Relax into  to the open arms of Paradise   and choose from lazy days of  sunbathing, exciting Water-  sports, golf or adventurous exploration. Become Intimately Involved In romantic evenings  of feasts and sparkling native  entertainment. Become  tranquil, smiling Fiji.  part of  Nandl  Suva  Slgatpkn  Nandl  Luvuhn Island  Int.  3nts.  6 nts.  int.  4 nts,  Sun over Hotel  Trodowliida Hotol  Coral Gordons  Sunlovor Hotol  Treasure Island  Nandl  Suva    '  Deuba  vomica Island  Nandl  1 nt,  3 nts.  4 nts.  Onts.  Int.  Travelodgo  Travolodgo  ThoFljlo  TnwolodRo  IRQ  J"  101  <!&igig&s@&issi$$!sg$gsiS!mi^^  PH0HE YOUR LOCAL TRAVEL AGENT AT  Your Sunflight Includes:  : * Return economy class air faro  (GY, JO fare effective Oct. 1 nnd  Rubjoct to Government npprovnl).  #. Complimentary inflight mcnls.  * Trnjnsportntion bctw'cori airports���  nnd hotels nnd aU other transportation in Fiji.  * Accommodation ns shown in  nir-conditioncd rooms with  "" "prtvftte," txvthr*""**"*-  H< Sunflight overnight bng,  TRAIL BAY SHOPPING CENTRE  SECHELT  YOU COULD STILL SPEND CHRISTMAS IN HAWAII & MEXICO - PHONE NOW  ES Section B  Wednesday, December 18,1974  SECRET COVE  Excellent Cuisine and Accommodation 7  11 MILES FROM SECHELT - 885.9998   .   ai-iaa-a  * t y**! __, b  W    4     _*|  E>-  -    i.  'v.'  u r,     ���*-  *  ���A, ,- ���   '  >/.  '    J*  V��  r'css? ��7  jr-1?-^s^-^ ���  fi  ���  if  V_ ������,  fc  **i  *'H&vHfl��  n-v  ���V  f ^  ^  it  ^.C1**  * V  ��, -ff  7;;H#,  ���*��  ED   SAWCHUCK   Contracting   employees   put   finishing   touches   to  framework of new float at Madira Park.  Next state will be the positioning of  styrofoam billets beneath float to add  buoyancy.  Coast Garibaldi Health'Unit has a new  medical health officer. He is Dr. Bruce  Laing who replaces Dr. Alastair Thores  who has left the district.      v  Though he has been, practicing in  general medicine in Port Alberni for the  past 15 years, Dr. Laing is no stranger to  public health. For four years prior to  moving to Port Alberni he was director of  Skeena Health Unite located in Prince  Rupert.  He received his original training at St.  Andrews University in Scotland.  '   After graduation Dr. Laing served in  the Navy as a surgeon lieutenant during  the Second World War.  He came to Canada in 1950 where he  worked in a cottage hospital at Harbour  Breton on the south coast of Newfoundland. After a couple years there he  moved to the opposite end of the country.  In Vancouver he did public health work  with the city health department while  studying to take the examination for this  Canadian medical qualifications.  Dr. Laing did some post graduate work  for a year in Britain. He studied chest  diseases including tuberculosis in Barnet  General Hospital on the outskirts of  London. General medicine and pediatrics  were studied at Exeter City Hospital.  Dr. Laing enjoys skin-diving and scuba  diving as well as swimming. Hiking is  another favourite pastime. Along with  colleague in Port Alberni he has travelled  the West Coast Trail. Other destinations  ���l��l^��l����MW������aii��MMiaM��WM��M.l.lll.l��lll��IU...��P-. -PP....  have been Delia Falls and Arrow Smith.  Dr. Laing's wife, Ruby, will remain in  the Island city until their younger son  completes his school year. She is very  active with the hospital auxiliary.in Port  Alberni and holds the position of past  president. Her other interests include  tennis and gardening.'  The Laings have two sons, John and  Andrew. John is a second-year arts  students at the University of Victoria. He  helped start up the local cycling club in  Port Alberni for competitive racing. Some  members have done extremely well in  provincial,  national  and  international  DR. BRUCE LAING GOES TO WORK  competition. His activities with the club  have been curtailed since he entered  university.  Andrew shares his father's interest in  hiking and accompanied him through the  West Coast Trail. He is aGrade 11 student  in Port Alberni.  As director of the Coast Garibaldi  Health Unit, Dr. Laing is responsible for  offices in Sechelt, Pemberton, Squamish  and Powell River.  In terms of area Coast Garibaldi is one  of the largest in the entire province of  British Columbia.  fcjjjftSffi'SgJ^^^  WORK IS proceeding quickly on  renovation project at Madira Park  federal wharf. Courtenay-based firm of  Ed Sawchuck Contracting won  government contract to,replace aging  decking* and .constracjCjiew superstructure on dock.  MADEIRA PARK ��� - Ed Sawchuck Con- i flotation billets made of Polystyrene.  SECHELT ��� The post office is holding up  well under the Christmas crush.  According to Sechelt postmaster G.W.  Marshall, his post office doesn't have the  problems which are plaguing other offices.  "We've always managed well under the  Christmas rush," he said, "we're very  fortunate in that people try to get their mail  in as early as possible. This has always been  a good area for mailing early."  Despite the fact that the post office is  handling the mall well, Marshall'said thero  was "a terrifically heavy mailing of  Christmas cards, letters and parcels," ,       i  He said, "We have be^'n lucky in that we  hay'e worked hard during the day and have,  not had mail left over Into the next day..  Everything is into the boxes before we close  for ,the night. We don't have the backlog that  somq other areas have."   y  Marshall   was   very   complimentary'  toward his staff. ''The girls haye worked  really jiaird and they're Just about pooped."  Tlio ladies in the Secholt post office  showed up for work wearing modified Santa  'Clans hats and matching sweaters this week.  tracting won the job of repairing and updating the government wharf here. His son  Greg with two other employees George Noble  and Paul Appleyard comprise the crew who  hope to finish the job in time to go home for  Christmas.  Home is Courtenay on Vancouver Island.  The company works out of Buckley Bay ,���  not far from that Island city.  The contract calls for the crew to construct a 14 by 105 foot treated timber approach superstructure and 40 by 60 foot  wharfed superstructure.  A float is also being built. About 150 feet  long made of preframed creosoted and salt  treated   timber ���it   will   have  fourteen  On completion of this job the crew are  scheduled to work on Hornby Island then it's  off to Port Hardy on the north end of Vancouver Island for similar work.  Draw winner  Irom Gibsons  -  A Gibsons man was this week's winner in  the weekly Gibsons Lions draw.  Dan Elson of Gibsons took home the $100  when his name was drawn by Joe Kampman.  PENDER HARBOUR-The * Hospital  Auxiliary's campaign plea for donations in  lieu of sending Christmas cards did not go  unanswered.  The following is a list of persons who  donated to this campaign.  Ruth Nield, Mary and Lyall Alexander,  Jean and Henry Whittaker, Elsa Warden,  Jean and Jack Paterson, Merle and Stewart  Hately, Jack and Elsie Mangels, Tiff and  Marion Wray, Bill and Edith McNaughton,  Ben and Helen Robertson.  Fred and Evelyn Olson, Rod and Doreen  Alcoholism film  to be shown again  The local chapter of Al-Anon, a group to  assist families of persons with an alcohol  problem, has something they would like you  ,    to see.  4#> ��� .'!Ihe Carol Burnett television special  'Drink, Drank, Drunk? which was seen  earlier on NBC-TV-will be shown again  December 22 on Canadian T.V. at 10 pm," a  spokesman for the group said.  "This is an excellent film on alcoholism,  the family disease," the spokesman said.  "If it is your story, or if you can identify  with the people, you may want to contact Al-  Anon. You can call a member at 886-9193 or  885-9638. A.A, contacts can be made through  listings in the classified section of The  Times."  Webb and family, Basil and Margaret Shaw,  Julie Dimpooulous and family, Olli and  Jean Sladey and family, John and Jakie  Donnely, Alec and Marg Rankin, Len and  Ann Larson, Dunbar and Jay Philp, Bob and  Jean Prest, Gilbert and Louvain Lee.  John and Efepith Logan, Don and Caryl  Cameron, Fred and Al Whittle, Bill and  Gladys Brown, Arnold and Lena Pound,  Peter and Florence Prescsky, Carl and Ruth  Remmem, Cecil and Julie Reid, Barbara and  Don Lock, Frank and Clara Lee.  Butch and Carol Reid and boys, Wilma  and Bill Thompson, Ernie and Elsie Lee, Ted  and Eileen Alexander, Ross and Catherine  McQuitty, Billy, Iris Griffith and family,  Markle and Myrtle Myers, Bert and Isobel  Gooldrup, Charles and Maureen Lee and  family.  mm/jxn/m  GOOD USED CARS  AND TRUCKS,  TRAILERS, etc.  PHONE: 885-2151  OR 886-2848  IDE  ^assssxns^vmer/iK^^  m  s  OVER THE HOLIDAYS  from December 20th to January Sth  w %  'A  #  I  have 24 hr. service  1  4 radio dispatched cabs at your service  . 885-2251 -  i  9  8.  %m  .'.:���.'.���.'.���.-.-  <:���:���:���:  tdten Miiiefs k foniiiss t  ��   Citation  O   Cameo  O  Merit  G   International   ��   Monocrest  m  Ii  m  MADEIRA PARK ���Jack Edward  Cameron, 71, was found dead Dec. 12 Jn his  Madeira Purk homo,  Police snld ho apparently had died of a  self-inflicted gunshot wound In tho bond,  Ills body wns discovered by his wife, faly.  Police said no foul play is suspected.  It ls not yet known whether a corner's  inquest or Inquiry will bo called.  c&y  I  BURLINGTON O      CELANESE  WEST MILLS      O  HARDING  ARMSTRONG      O  OZITE  3 G.A.F.      �� ARMSTRONG  D  FLINTCOTE  O TAPPAN      O  INGLIS  &8  (  ��� FINUY o JENN-AIR RANGES,!!  LOCATED NEXT TO WINDSOR PLYWOOD  7    p   ,      ������_    p y f i  For Appointment Phqne 886-2765  ^Nrowe *^5ound 'oLJUtrlbut  ot?6  m  JR..  $$  ;%y p  &  oun  Box 694, GIBSONS  "PYour Gift-Problems are Solved!  CHOOSE FROM:      �� Sunbeam Mist Stick  o Schick Speed Styler  o Ijjtly ScEiicEt Consolette  o Philips Automatic Filter Coffeo Maker  ���> From novy on, notices of rent increase must be given using  the prescribed 'Notice of Rent Increase' form. These are  available from the Rent Review Commission or the  Government Agent's office in your area.  # Landlords must also post a 'Notice to Landlords and  Tenants' available from the Office of the Rentalsman or the  Rent Review Commission.  ��� law, effective November 30,1'iTzSTThfs Act and the' Landlord'f''  and Tenant Act may be purchased for 350 from the Queen's  Printer, Legislative Buildings, Victoria.  Rent Review Commission  P.O. Box 9600, Vancouver, P���C. V6B 4G4  Telephone: 689-9361  Out of town, calhjollect.  IIUWHNMINIW  TWWVUtMWMIWHMWIW*  -ig&agi  Sunbeam Hot tather Dispenser  e Philips Beauty Set  o Sunbeam Styler Diyer  o Sharp Microwave Oven  -.SAVE 25%  over 200 different toys and games for  ��Christmas .. .all at tremendous savings.  We have a good supply of ladies' electric shavers in all price ranges  P_gj8ffgg  55B  mm  i  _         _  . i    .  ._ _   _.. .._   ELECTRONICS  and APPLIANCES  I Across from the Red & White ��� Sechelt ��� 885-2568 Page B-3  The Peninsula Times  Wednesday, December 18,1974  A,  * i  CEMENT AND FORMS are going up at small cat will be in this week to dear  the site of the Gibsons Winter Club, overburden   in   the , area,   a   club  Workmen were in all week putting'up spokesman said,  the first .cement walls and forms. A ,.                       ' >'    ���Timesphoto  BY HARRY TURNER  As I.am writing this, the walls of the  Gibsons Winter,Club should be up four feet  all around. Next, we will be getting a small  'cat' in to clear out the overburden in the  middle. Then,'we will fill that excavation  with gravel to provide drainage under the  floor so that when the concrete floor is_in, it  will not crack.  Financing continues to-.be "hard come -  by". We need more debenture holders, so, if  you have an application* form still1 sittings  around home, fill it out and take it to the  RoyaLBank or the Bank of Montreal.  We sent a delegation down to see Don  Lockstead when he visited the village office  to try to get the provincial government more  involved. We are also working with Jack  Pearsall to get the federal government involved.  This is the last item I will write over the  Christmas holidays, so I will take this op  portunity to thank some people. I would like  to thank the club executive for two years of  hard work and the beginning of a dream. It is  not yet a dream come true, but it will soon,  we hope.  The club is grateful to Roy Taylor and  Bill McGivern for their work on the building.  Although some of their work has been paid  for, they have spent many additional hours of  .volunteer tone, planning and erecting, the  building. For those hours, a hearty thank-you  ���is due "them:--- - yt -  -������ '*����� ->~- �� ���-��� (  My wife deserves a thank.you for the  many columns she has typed for me this'  year. Thanks also to Viriginia Douglas for  editing the last two of my columns. Without  her help, the grammar would be a problem.  But the biggest thank you of all goes to you  debenture holders out there who have waited  so patiently for something to happen.  Merry Christmas everyone, see you in the  new year.  Science *�� &ieaUve ItiteMtywce,  / Theoretical Aspect of Transcendental Meditation  Video Presentation THURSDAY 8:00 p.m. * SATURDAY 2:00 p.m.  WHITAKER HOUSE, SECHELT  Groat loam. Homollto XL- )2 and mini WINCH.,.  An oxcollont, llQhtwoln.it nnii powerful combination lo  rmlnt huntoru nnd thoso In nood ol pulling powor, Carry thlo  town to hnvo portnblo, povforful holp getting vohloloa  through mud nnd anow and lo movo gnmo ovor allllcult torrnln.  Soo It lor yourfloll, Gotn Iroodomonatrntlon  '    nt your Homollto donlor today,  SECHELT  Cowrie Street 885-9626  g-j,'_m��>agaas��aBSB  !  !  SECHELT ��� Sechelt' Rod, and Gun', have  finally been recognized by the B.C. Wildlife  Federation. Every year for the last 21 or so  an invitation has gone to the federation but  no one could make the trip. This year Jack  True, president of the organization and wife  Rita, honored the local cliifi, with- his  presences  v  ,., ,  L True complimented president Bob Janis  on his interest and concern for the gun club  and its aims, and said what a pleasure it has  BY PAM BENNER,  The weekend of December 6 and 7 will be  remembered by the Elphinstone Girls  Basketball team. '  "We didn't win the tournament or even  any games," a team spokesman said, "but  we played well and gave the other teams  such hard competition that they were  frightened they might lose."  1 The team played in the Port Coquitlam  Senior Girls Invitations Tournament.  The first game was a 8:30 Friday against  Carson Graham's A team. Graham took an  early lead, but Elphinstone came back to tie  the game in the third quarter. Everyone on  Elphinstone was scoring, but unfortunately  so was the other team, and they did a little  more of it. Final score was 49-40.  On Saturday afternoon Elphinstone  played the host team Coquitlam.  Elphinstone took the lead, but in the  second quarter Coquitlam started chewing  away at the lead and eventually tied it. They  then went ahead and stayed to win 58-51.  been to see the work be handled himself at,  the meeting earlier in the day in Vancouver  where the'annual meeting of the Federation  was held. _   :       ' -    -  True had .attended a meeting in Pemberton the evening before and he did indeed;  hope that the concern for the wildlife will  continue. He ended by saying he considered  it a great privilege to be the first to come,  from the federation.,  ' Al West and wife Fiona were also guests.  Al is,the regional supervisor for Fish and  Wildlife Branch for the Lower Mainland. As  he had been making speeches all day at the,  afore mentioned meeting, he was let off with  just expressing his thanks for being invited.  v ; Others at the head table, President Bob  Janis, Miss Roberta Fraser/ vice president  George" Flay, Mrs. Mary Flay: 7 ,</  7 Bill Rankin.said Grace. Chairman in  ; charge of the banquet was1 Joe Mellis.  Thanks went to him and his crew: The tables  were most' attractively decorated with  driftwood centrepieces clone; by Mrs., Q.  Lester. There was plenty of meat to eat.  The   Legion   Ladies   Auxililary   were  thanked by the gathering for the way they  On Wednesday, December 11, Elphie's  senior girls went into Vancouver and played  an intermediate ��� basketball team from  Carson Graham. They took an early lead but  soon Elphie took over' defeating them  proudly at thirty nine to eighteen.  High scorers were Gail Blomgren'and  Gwenda Havies. Barb Dew had some really'  great breakaways and Pam Benner played a  very good/game. .   s -  prepared thanieal of venison and moose and  for serving/with ttie help of .the men of the  ,Legion, Quickly and pleasantly. 7  The snack table was another banquet'in  itself, loaded with such' delicacies as bear;.  cougar, oysters'fried and raw, cheese and  stuffed eggs. ��� v, -\' ���_. . 's"  Bob Janis had the honor of presenting the  Kingfish trophy-to,Don Caldwell with a 21.14  salmon, Don humbly: accepted it, with the  words "I am the greatest!" (This was not his  biggest fish, he had caught a 28 pounder  which he had not weighed in).  < "   ' -  The Bob Cunningham Memorial Trophy  donated by the Albert Lynn is awarded to the  , best dressed game received for the banquet, .  this was presented by Mrs. Bob Cunningham  to Mrs. Sylvia Jones who received it for her ,  husband Frank. ��7;  Mrs. Allen West drew the'first door prize"  ticket. Mrs. Fred Oike won a gift certificate 1  from' Parker's Hardware. Second draw,  .made by. Mrs. G. Flay and wan .by Albert  .Lynn, was,'from Sechelt Chain Saw Centre. -  Winners of the evening raffle were Mrs.  Betty McKay, Bob Lowe and Miss Kit  Moffat, y     - ' ..      .  The Rod and Gun asked to.sincerely thank  the following people for their help in making  this a great event, Uncle Mick's, Trail Bay  Sports, Parker's Hardware, Benners Furniture, Sunshine Coast Auto Parts, Stedman's McLeod's, Sunshine Coast TV, Sechelt  Chain Saw Centre, The Legion Auxiliary  pimimiiiiiimiMiimimmiHii miiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiiiir  The United Church       ��  of Canadle . |  SERVICES; |  St. John's United Church - Davis Bay     5  Sunday Services - 9:30 a.m. s  Gibsons United Chinch -_  Sunday Services - 11:15 a.m. . |  MINISTRY:  Rev, Jim Williatyson7Gibsons, 886-2333  \members for the wonderful service and'to  the Sechelt Volunteer Fire Department who"  ably handled the bar for ttie evening.  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J-Jr  Wednesday, December 18,1974   The Peninsula Times Page B-3  GIBSONS ��� The future of tennis here got a  boost this week when the provincial government came up with $4,300.  MLA Don Lockstead presented two  cheques for completion of the. Elphinstone  tennis courts, Mayor Larry Labonte and  project co-ordinator Jim Weir of Elphinstone  were on hand to accept the cheques.  Lockstead explained the cheques  represented 45 per cent of the cost ot the  project each. The remaining ten per cent  would be paid when the project is completed.  The money comes from the provincial  government's community recreation facility ,  fund through the- department of recreation-  and conservation.  Lockstead said he had been asked to  present the cheques on behalf of Jack  Radford, minister of recreation and conservation. Each cheque was for $2,181.61.  Mayor Labonte noted the tennis courts  were badly needed in the community as the  present tennis courts were overcrowded.  ,   Project co-ordinator Weir said the project  Arena News..  was to build three' tennis courts near  Elphinstone Secondary.  "This has been truly a community  project," Weir said, "we have had students  doing ' volunteer work and fund drives,  community > volunteers and supporters,  volunteer work from local contractors and  now help from the provincial government  through the village council.  "The project started in May 1974, but the  students had been working on clearing the  land for about two years. We hope to have the  courts ready for the spring," he said.  "At that time we will be implementing,a  full tennis program including instruction for  -both students., and the community in  general," Weir said.  The project was initiated by the students  at Elphinstone.  "With this set of courts, the courts  already in Gibsons, the Sechelt courts and  the ones tojie built at Davis Bay, we can  expect the Peninsula to evolve into an active  tennis community." -  FUTURE OF TENNIS in the, Gibsons  area got a push in the right direction this  week when MLA Don Lockstead, right,  presented two cheques on behalf of the  community recreation facility fund of  the provincial government. Accepting  the cheque is Gibsons Mayor Larry  Labonte, left and Elphinstone teacher  Jim Wier. The cheques totalled $4,363.22  for the first and second phase of the  construction of- the tennis courts near  Elphinstone School which were started  two years ago as a community project.  -'- a ���Timesphoto  �����".  BY HELEN PHILLIPS  ASK SANTA  This information may be a little bit late  for anyone who has done their Christmas  shopping, but for those of you who are still  looking, and asking questions about skates,  here is all the information I have on them.  To start with, don't buy poor quality  skates. I'm not saying you have to buy an $80 ,  pair of skates when a $30 pair will do, but just  make sure they are of good quality. If you  don't know what you want then buy them  from someone who knows something about  skates and they will help you.  Skates must fit "like a glove". Don't buy  skates with the idea your, child will grow out  of them so you want them big enough for next  year. If they are too big your child will find it  hard to'skate and by next year, might have  given up on the idea of skating becauso they  can't skate properly.  There is a skate exchange in Sechelt and  by, next year when your child has outgrown  them, if thoy aro good quality skates, which  means they should still be In good shape, you  can exchange them for n larger pair.  Skates should bo fitted and should havo  good ankle support. I know what I'm talking  about there becauso for years I snld I  couldn't skate because of weak ankles. A  "couple of tries oti Halfmoon BayLftke (inded"  up with mo not skating. Now I'm out on tho  lco with everyone else. If I earn skate, then  anyone can, I havo Just made sure I bought a  pair of skates Uiat fitted properly with good  support.  OPENING HOURS  Starting next week tlie arena has brought  Into toeing specific hours they will be open.  Monday through Thursday thoy will not opon  till noon so please don't como all' tho way  there to skate on tho small rink In tlio morning. Eventually once school curling gets  'started thoy will bo open ono morning for tho  afternoon school shift curlers, but otherwise  please take note of these hours. Friday tho  arena opens ot 9 n.m,  ... It you look around nt bleary-eyed parents  Uioy can toll you tho arena opens Saturday ot  5:30 for hockey players only.  Other thnn hockey players and flguro  skaters, tho arena opens to tho public at 3:00  far .the 3:30 skating.session. On.Sunday,  okatlng starts at 2:15 for tho public no please  don't arrive until 2:00.  Transportation is one of tho biggest  problems on the Peninsula for most children,  I'll admit, If you como from Gllwons or  Pohdcr Harbour area, you certainly aren't  going to wont to toko your children homo In-  between hockey and public skating if your  hockey practise ends around noon; but we  aro trying to encourage fltokey players who  don't live at great distances away not to hang  around waiting for public skating to start.  This is a skating and curling rink, not a  hangout for people, so if you aren't skating,  kids, please don't hang around, Also, if you  are aware of when public skating ends before  you leave home, why not make  arrangements then to be picked up when lt is  over. It is 10c cheaper to arrange for your  ride ahead of time then to phone after.  Tho arena is also closed to the public from  5 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. for cleaning and  straightening up purposes. If you are renting  the ice you don't need to toorry about this,  you will bo busy skating, but if you are  waiting around for public skating to start In  tlio evening, you will be asked to leave, I am  of the opinion that most people do have  homes and the average person should go  homo for supper. I think lt Is only right that ���  you should bo asked not to hang around  between those hours If you aren't renting the  'CO,   '...������' 7 ',���' /   i     ...'    '  HOLIDAY SKATING  , Dec. 23 the arena will go Into special times  for, public skating. There will bo no curling  during thin period so during tho wcok skating.,,  will bo from 2:15 to 4; 30 arid also 7:15 to 9:15  p.m. These days include Dec, 23,24,20,27,30  nnd 31, Closed Christmas Day.  Kindly remember' It is Christmas for  everyone, not Just kids, and thoro will bo no  staff thero on Christmas I  Jan. 2 and 3 It will also bo opon nnd then  tho following Monday will go back Into  curling. Weekend 'schedules will stay the  same as usual.  SATURDAY AFTERNOON  Flguro skating docs not start till  sometime near tho end of January, so tho  largo nnd small lco nro available for rent  from 1:30 p.m, till 3:00 on Saturday nf-,  tcrnoons, till further notlco,  SKATING PASSES  Kids, please learn to tnko care of your  skating passes. Put Uicm In a plastic cover or  something, or one of these days you might  .find Unattt co&ta you to replace thenvlt takca  another skating pass and time to replace lost  ones so look after Uicm,  Saturday adult skating sessions nro two  hours starting at 7:15 p.m,  A Merry Christmas to all readers, and I  hope everyone gets skates for Christmas so  I'll seo you at tho rink.  Minor Hockey on the Peninsula is in full  swing, with divisions in Houseleague (9 and  under), Peewees (10-12) Bantams (13-14),  and combined midget-juvenile league (15,1&  and 17) and also a three team girls league.  All twenty-five teams appear to be  capably coached, and the boys have been  getting a good dose of the basic fundamentals. Many of the teams are just  beginning to scrimmage in practice and we  ���are hoping that some leagues may begin  games after Christmas.  However with many people leaving for the  holidays, it is quite possible that the games  will be held off until Uie first weekend in  January. Following is a schedule of ice times  and the agenda for the Minor Hockey league  coaches clinic, a hockey school being put on  by members of the UBC Thunderbirds in cooperation with theJJCAHA.    -.  Friday, December 29:7:00-10:00 coaches  films, discussions and seminar. Also an on  ice demonstration by BCAHA coaching officials.  Saturday, December 21:  Large ice: 8:00-9:00 ��� P.W. S-l and S-2;  9:15-10:15 - P.W. S-3 and S-4; 10:30-11:30 -  P.W. S-5 and G-l; 11:45-12:45-P.W. G-2  and G-3; 1:00-2:00 ��� Bant G-l and G-2'; 2:15-  3:15 ���Bant G-l and S-2.  Small  ice:   8:00-9:00  P.W.   S-4;   9:15-  10:15-P.W.  G-l;   10:30-11:30 H.L.  S.-l;  11:45-12:45 -H.L. S-2; 1:00-2:00-M.L. G-  1; 2:15-3:15-M.L.P.H..    _    .  ' .Sunday,  December 22:  Large ice: 8:00-9:00 ���P.W. and Bant  P.H,; 9:15-10:15 ��� P.H. Juvs.; 10:30-11:30 ���  G-l and G-l Juvs; 11:45-12:45 - S-l and S-2  Juvs.  Small ice: 8:00-9:00��� P.H. Juvs; 9:15-  10:15-Girls No, 1; 10:30-11:30 -Girls, No.  2; 11:45-12:45-Girls No. 3.  Sechelt lams  TUESDAY NIGHT LADIES  Nell Jager 250, 244, 222* (722); Heather  Brackett 200,212 (572); lianne Nossman 224  (523); Artoenla Hunter 22J (543j,    '  BALL & CHAIN LEAGUE  Kathy Hall G63 (248,218,197); John Kelly  CC0 (285); Glen Clark C03 (210) j,Jim Wood 602  (229,210); Bubbles Creighton 590 (2.30, 203);  Ed Nicholson 220, *  SUNSHINE COAST  LIONS CLUB  la bringing  Santa Claus  ^^ _ '_ ���tojh<y_ Ui_,_w,  Bank of Montreal  Socholt Branch  on  Saturday,  December 21  from  10 a.m. to 12 noon  Gov't' Inspected CO. Frozen Young  IE5  20 lbs.  and Over Gr.  Gov't Inspected C.O.V. Frozen Young  9  M  EB  a  3  Gov't Inspected Canada  10 to  16 lbs. Gr.  i with  &, Tender  Tinier  ��i Grade  ���&."_        .-<<\-h\WJi \} SUMi ii.^ *-\i\      *.;i���\->*',   >,. i-pAJVJ    _   "Y <��-.. ,-i,,i _.   ^.i;pi.'.X  PRICES EFFECTIVE: December 19th, 20th and 21st.   ,..We, reserve the right to limit quantities  MMM  ���  ^>  More than the value is super and we're proving it every day  SHHNYCREST PLAZA, GIBSONS PageB-4  The Peninsula times  Wednesday, December 18,1974  ���K-l'Kv.'iW  9  ��*:  Don Morberg, Managing Editor  "A free press is the unsleeping guardian  eveiy- other -right���that free���men���prize."  ���   ��� Winston Churchill  Santa urges safe driving over the festive season  has seen a barrage of safety message. Please  remember them, not only through the hustel  and bustle of this holiday season, but all  through 1975.  Comins io our een��ii��  Once upon a time, there was a writer  who liked to tell stories. Often he would  link up the events in a story with some  contemporary happening.  The writer was a doctor named Luke.  One of his best known stories was about  a pregnant girl at the time of the first  Census.  It was a peculiar kind of Census.  There were no mail-in questionnaires.  No Census-takers knocked on your door,  As a matter of fact, it was the other way  twenty-two million. According to ar-_  chaeologists, the whole thing got started  by Asian tribes who migrated across the-  Bering Strait. The way we treat the  Indians and Eskimos (the descendants  of the Asian Tribes) we seem to have  lost our Bering.  The world population is about three  billion. Every month, we add another  six million. We're getting pretty good at  counting people but we're beginning to  get concerned about how we're going to  around���you knocked on the door of the   educate, clothe, feed and house them,  Census taker. If you insisted upon doing  that to-day, you would likely scare the  government out of its Census..  However, the Census takers today  have sophisticated methods for  collecting data and feeding - it into  computers along with pension cheques  and the time tables of high school  students. The government has more  reason than ever to be scared out of its  Census.  Canada has a populatioir:of ever  provide medical care, social security,  employment and look after their garbage.  In Bethlehem, right in the midst of  that first Census, a young couple had a  baby.  While the whole country thought the  important task was to count people, this  child came into the world to tell us that  people count.  (Unchurched Editorials)  Editor; The Times:  Sir ��� Every < year, my job in Canada  becomes-a little bit harder,'in spite of ��� or '  perhaps because of ��� our vast technological  achievements/ * '  1 You see, each year,,I receive a larger  number of heartbreaking letters from young  folk who'say they could manage without  Christmas presents if only I could send  Daddy back. My research shows that Daddy  was in a fatal traffic accident, and itjs very  hard for a little one to understand how it is  Daddy can go off to work, fishing, shopping  etc. right as rain, but never come back.  Through the pages of your paper, may I  ask for the help of all the drivers in your  coverage area? We have just come through  Safe Driving Week in Canada; and everybody  i  Clogging the Santa tube  -. Editor, The Times:  Sir ��� What does one do when one wants to  find out something about chimneys?  People tell be burning alder and driftwood  makes for extensive creosoting which  chimney sweeps say they canhot remove.  The problem is that I can not afford coal  and those the cheapest woods I can burn in  my fireplace.  Inquirer  Then, I will be better able to.concentrate  on finding the kind of gifts that make up the  more routine requests from our children. .  Letfs have no more sad', desperate faces' at  Christmas time.  Wishing you and yours a very merry and  safe Christmas!  ���   ���      s HoHoHo,  Santa Claus  c-o Canada Safety Council  Total education losing facility  Editor, The Times:  ���Sir ��� Total Education is a public alternative, secondary school in Vancouver. We  have about ninety students, most of whom  'dropped out' of regular high school. Most of  our funding comes through the Vancouver  School Board, the rest of it from the  Department of Human Resources, Canada  Manpower and private donations.  Until recently we have had the use of a  small farm on Bowen Island. Unfortunately  we are losing this resource at a time when we  would like to expand our farm curriculum.,  Garv Scott Miller  uMHinninimiiinmmiiininHiiiiiHiiiiiiiiiiiiiHiiHinri'-  I m  m  Gibsons Pentecoetel  . HIGHWAY ,& MARTIN  Sunday School 9:45 a.m.  Services 11:00 a.m. and 6:30 p.m.  \ PHONE 886-7107  Porter: Gerry Foster.  rdHH,llllllllllUHHIIIM>IIHi��HllimiHllllM����ll"<��"UJIII  Use limes' Adbriefs to Sell  ���p_jiajS_i  ST. HILDA'S ANGLICAN  CHURCH, Sechelt  SERVICES EVERY SUNDAY:  . -8:30 and 10 a.m.  SUNDAY SCHOOL: 10 a.m.  THE REV. N.J. GODKIN, 883-2640  December 24 'iii 6:00 p.m. CLOSED December 25  December 31 Til 6:00 pari. CLOSED January 1  i^ ���  *s  MB  'miH3��  K*  # *^  �����*  *   a  '*  r&  r ' I   ft**��     ~  -���.���WIS >���  WHEN I FIRST arrived here* I ran .into.  one real difficulty. I was quite tafgn aback  by the telephone book, as I mentionjfd-in this  space. ., - "_/ .  WeU, I'm happy to say that B.C: Tel is  going to do something about it.  According to a telephone call I received  recently, next year's phone book .will have  the Sechelt, Gibsons and Port Mellon listings  all together. Each line will have the name,  address, and whether they live in Sechelt,  Gibsons or Port. Mellon.  I welcome th'e'chahge. The present phone  book is an exercise in frustration, as I  outlined before.  ODDLY, when a,similar thing happened,  several areas being amalgamated into one  phone book, a few years ago when I was  / By Don Morberg  phone more places free. The difference is  that presently some people are bearing all  the cost and if it,is made free, everyone's  phohe.bill will be increased a little. That is  .perhaps over-simplifying it, but the idea is  there.  ���  w  '���   That ifwhat B.C. Tel will be looking into  shortly.  A FEW minutes ago I got a telephone call  from an employee of B.C_ Ferries. You  probably saw the story on the front page  relating to a fire in Gibsons last week. .  A trust fund has been setup by the B.C.  Ferries employees in the Gibsons Bank of  Montreal and it is acceptingt^onations to help  get the family back on theirfeet again.  It's really heartwarming to see the way  our communities respond to help people in  "���>,  <*&��  >����� .**�������'  n  \  /  . rCM 'Vf  r  "������?���  .1  *  Vi  /  Regular Hours on December 24th.  CLOSED December 25th, 26th, 27th, 28th & 29th  Regular hours on December 30th and 31st.  Closed January 1st.  living in the Fraser Valley,I,was on the other ,* - (difficulty. .., v... -,    7,-  "jJftJ&y^^'Jt -was ^the. Jongs ,hgus$��jn  Sechelt which burned and, the 'community  came to the family's aid. In today's paper  you'll read about the Downing family in  As. the editor'of 1he paper put it then, "I  object to us being listed with all the rabble,"  �����  and he went on to list the areas being  amalgamated with his in one phone book.  That situation was a bit different, thought.  For one thing the change then meant going  from one book about the size of our present  book to one about the size of Victoria's. From  5,000 listings to 50,000. Imagine trying to find  John F. Smith's name from eighty or ninety  when you are used to looking up his name  among eight or nine. To me then it was annoying; but to me now, it's unadulterated  relief.  WHILE I was talking with the B.C. Tel  representative, I asked about. the long  distance rate from Pender Harbour. I was  assured that the phone company will be  looking into the matter in the very near  future. ,       v'i>._  I got a lesson in the cold hard facts of  ��� phone company life. What it boils^qwn to is  this. If you want to have shorwlistance  dialing to a location, you're going to have to  pay for it at both epds.  Everything costs money. That's why they  charge for long distance in the first place, In  other words, It's going to cost you more to  The PENmsuLA^^  Published Wednesdays nt Sechelt 7  , on B,C.'s Sunshine Coast 7 *  '���- ������������������������'''���' ������'   '���.,'byi'���'.7,7....; 7. ,7, 77  7 Powell River News Town Crier,,   7  Sechelt Times Ltd.  Box 310-Sechelt, B,G  '��������� '     Phone885-323l  1   ' ������   Subscription Rntcs: (In Advance)  'IjOchI, .$7 per year. Beyond 35 miles, .W   ,  US.A,$IO.Ovmw.s!Fn.  ,,^,^,Snrvlnf} the arm from i'onMvllotmKRmnt-������  ,.\Ho\veS<nmdt6Jervlslnlf}',  iMMKMWvv��v''Wvvw''wwvvai<WMWwwvi��wvp>n��w>��ywwvr>>VM>n�� i.  t  ^  MIKE'S CARPET CARE  by ARGOSHEEN  Our servfeesInclude  carpet & upholstery cleaning  Free estimates and  In-home demo.  Call our  Electronic Answering System  885-9277  Mike Danroth  1  Pender Harbour who lost everything in a fire  at their farm. The community there came to  their aid. Now it's Gibsons' turn to help out  the Berry's.  The fire left them with little more than the  clothes they were wearing.  I WAS LOOKING at our Christmas  publishing schedule today. The Times will be  comingout Christmas Eve. I remember once  before having an edition of the paper I was  working on come out on Christmas Eve. It  was a nice feeling:  Anyway Peter, Mike, Alastair, Pearl and  I will be in the office carrying on in the usual  manner, December 24 (and 23 probably) so if  you are in the neighbourhood, do drop m and  say hi.   *  Couple united  in Masiaimo ....  A wedding of local interest took place  ln  Nanaimo recently. y  Mr7 and Mrs. Albert Sidortl of Price  Rupert, announced the marriage of their  daughter Sandra Ann to Douglas Patrick  Cochran, son of Mr, and Mrs.,. Gordon  Cochran of Port Coquitlam. 7  The wedding took place Jn Nanaimo  October 10.  Reception was hold at the Wellington Hall  with fnany friends and guests attending.  :Cowcits,.boards  meeting times  Boards and municipal councils hold  public meetings at the following times  and places.  ��� Gibsons village council, municipal  hall, 1st and 3rd Tuesday^ 7 p.m.  ������ Sechelt school board, Gibsons, 2nd  and 4th Thursdays, 7:30 (Lower floor,  Gibsons municipal hall).  ��� Secholt village councU, municipal  hall, 1st and 3rd Wednesdays, 7:30.  ��� Sunshlno Coast roglonal board,  Secholt, last Thursday of each month,  ..,.7:307 p.m......���...... .,-,...,.^,���,..���.,^.��-,.,..,.���,..,..�����.^,.���..  Members of tho public may attend  any of these meetings but generally  must obtain prior permission ln order to  speak or represent a delegation.  V  7.  ' >  MR. AND MRS. TREVOR JOHNSON  (nee Rita Ono) -  photo by Abernethy  GIBSONS ��� As many as 500 pupils are expected to participate in Gibsons Elementary  School's Christmas concert, slated for Dec.  18 and 19.  Theme of the concert will be Carols in  Other Lands.  In addition to carol singing, suitably  costutried pupils will, portray some of ,tho  customs of other lands, said principal Dave  Rempel.  perform.  Dec. 18, the performance will be mainly  for pupils. But, the following night, Carols  From Other Lands will be open to the public.  There will be no charge, but donations will be  taken in the form of a sliver collection.  Ring in the New Year at Jolly Roger  New Year's Eve Party: 9 p.m. 'til 2 a.m.  ~jfuii   &Uinlna-eJLc  .ounae  ^jracl  e  o  BREAKFAST: 8:00 o.m. to 10:00 o.m. doily  LUNCH: 12:00 noon to 2:00 p.m. doily  SUNDAY thru FRIDAY: 6:00  SATURDAY: 6:00 p.m. to  9:00  p.m. to 8:30 p.m.  p.m.  POORAGE FACILITIES  Secret Cove, B.C.  for reservation, 885*9998  n^SW^^smiM^MKWf^Vl^A  Tlie public  ^^ll^^^^llv^l1ik^^^^^^^^^^^l^^���^^^^^^.���l^,'l^L^^^^^^^^^^^l^^���^^^^^v^^.^v^���l.^^^^l^ca  'l p ���;   7 I JlS��  performance, staVts at 7:30 ���   JBp*v**'&&-">* ^���^r^wZ^tfy. y  HAT CAN YOU GET A  ERSONALLOAN FOR?  Irtually anything.  n   a  ��.AIrplana,*.���,..u.���������:���7,����������������  Boofp   7'  Campor     7.7.  Dontal Expanses >  Electrical Equlpmont  Furnaco  Grand Piano  Honio Improvement.*  Incubator,  JuKo Box  Kayak  loom >J        v ���''"*"  Molronomo  .M,N6cklaco��p��.r,**��i,����p..��i��i.  Outboard Motor  Parachute ���,/   .,".,:  Quoon Slzo nod  RofflQorafor  Scuba Goar  Tuba  Umbrella  Voting Machlno  Work Shop  Xol>��c  Yacht  Zlllior  II thoro la lomolhlng you'wish to buy and roqulro attlatanca apd It's not llatad,  pbavo, ploaso loolfroo to como In and tET'S TALK AUOUT IT.  ��� /*���  ,'*'  885-2439  .���>*}.. y  The First Canadian Bank  Bank ot Montreal  Gibsons 886-2216  Sechelt 885-2221 Pender Harbour 883-2718  ��� ?o ;  SECHELT AGENCIES DATE PAD  EVERY DAY ���- Phono "Tiny" Bofr for the lowest priced  Residential Fire Insurance Policy ��� 885-2235 (24 houra)  B��W��_��>��>lwW'>IWWWW>��WWWI<��^WI��l<��l����l��WP��<Wal��>.��IW��M��)0��Wll,><W��lll��l��WW��WI��a<l��><��fflW��'��^MW  EyERY WEDNESDAY~-8|00 p.m., Bingo, now Uglon Building, Secholt.  EVERY THURS.-���8,00 p,m., Dingo, Pondor Harbour Community Hall.  EVERY FRIDAY���al-3 p.m., Gibsons United Church Women's Thrift ,.  Y      Shop, Also first Saturday of each month, 10 a.m, to 12 noon  (luring summer months.  THURS. afternoons "TOPS" mooting at Public Health Centre, 1:30-3[00.,  EVERY TUESDAY���7,30 p,m. Secholt Legion Hall S.U.D.S. (Socholt  Sv Ups 6Y~Downs) Club, Now mombors welcome,  EVERY MONPAY-���2 p.m. S.CA, No, 69 Carpet Bowling, Old Loglon   '  7   Hall. Secholt.    y      , ;  EVERY THURSDAY��� 8 tfE* ln^  tion as taught by Maharlshl Mahosh Yogi. Whltakor Houso, Socholt  EVERY SATURDAY���2-4 p.m., Transcendental Mediation Introduction,  Cowrlo St., Socholt,  EVERY WEDNESDAY���-2  p.m.  Senior  Swlngors  Danco group,  Old'  Legion Hall, Secholt,  EVERY MONDAY���-1:45 p.m;. Community Hall Roberts Creek,  Elr/hlnstono Now Horixons carpet bowling, cards & films,  OPEN SATURDAYS ��� 12 noon to 2 p.m.. Wilson Creek Library,  EVERY TUESDAY��� 2 p.m. Solma Park Horizons bowling, Selma Park.  * '  <*i  ASK FOR OUR FREE CATALOGUE OF REAL ESTATE  Multiple listing Service  Vancouver  Real   Estate  .���  ,..���,...���.,Board.....   REAL ESTATE  INSURANCES  .1:  AGENCIES LTD.  Phoho 885-2235 (2&Hwn)r~" Bo* 128, Socholt, B,C.  Vancouver Phono 689-5830  m  p-^kiiW/V, ./  Provincial awards impressive .  ���-*  Wednesday, December 18,1974  The Peninsula Times  PageB-5  #?��a       ��S'  \/WP<MM^41^MWlSaturday; December 21 st  From the pulpit  One of the world's most liberal divorce  laws, a no-fault arrangement that requires  only a year's separation, has won approval in  the Australian Senate.  Divorce is a very common practice in our  society. The percentage of marriages that  break up is alarming. Yet the attitude seems  REACH OUT  \AND TOUCH THEM  Beautiful flowers, festive greens,  the glow of holiday candles...  in a footed milk-glass container  designed exclusively for FTD Florists.]  It's the very spirit of Christmas.  A truly lovely and thoughtfjul gift for  family, friends, business associates.  You can send the FTD Seasoh's  5 Greeter almost anywhere by wire,  ! the FTD way...and be sure7 '  it will arrive on time.'  Call or visit your nearb^FTD  Florist today.    -  Usually available  for less than    ���by Pastor Gorry Foster,  to be as this report from Australia suggests',  let's make it easier to get a divorce. There  are companies that advertise convenient,  easy, low payment divorce service. Instead  of encouraging marriages to last, we are  almost inciting couples to get a divorce. ���  i The Bible says, "Let marriage be held in  honour among all". Jhe uniting of a man and  a woman in holy matrimony is a serious  business. It is a divine- institution and  wheneyer a divorce is considered you are  tampering with God's program and purposes. Remember your marriage vows. It is  'till death do us part'.  But, you protest, why stay together when  we are not happy? Why^earr^on when we are  incompatible and unable to communicate?  Because there can be happiness in your home  and there can be compatibility in your  marriage relationship. We said marriage is a  divine institution and you can prove this by  asking God to take charge. He will turn your  ..marriage into a thing of beauty. Jesus can  help you. Please don't give up until you have  asked Christ to come into your situation and  work things out.    ,  BY JOHN BURNSIDE.  It is now more than five years since the  Driftwood  Players  had  their   inaugural  meeting  at  the  home   of  Mrs.   Eileen  Glassford in September, 1969. In that time,  local - drama    club   has.   three    times  represented the area in the June Showcase .  Festival to which $he top five per cent of the  best amateur drama groups in the province  is invited to present their work.  . Twice the club has come back with the  Best Actress in the Province award. In 1970,  Colleen Johnson won the award for her role,  in Harold_Pinter's "The Lover'; and in 1972  the award was" brought back by local girl  Barbara Williams. In the qualifying/ zone  competition held on Vancouver Island, in  addition to representing that zone in three of  the five years, individual-awards have been  won by Miss Johnson twice, Nest Lewis,  Barbara Williams, Pat Baker and, in 1972,,  the club won the Department of Education's  Silver Cup for Best Director which was  presented to John Burnside. It is, in amateur  theatre circles, without a doubt, the best-  known small group in the province of British ,  Columbia.  The club's chief pride, however, lies not in ;,  * its provincial fame, though it is heartening of  course to know you are as good as the best,'.  but in the way it has been received and taken  to the heart of the local communities.  A varied repertoire of modern  playwrights including Pinter, George Bernard Shaw, Jean Anoilh and Tennessee  Williams has been greeted warmly.by local  audiences,as well as light-hearted farces  such as the club has presented this month.  High, of course, on the-list of club's  satisfactions is- the annual children's play  with which the club tours the elementary  schools, beginning with Red Shoes in 1972,  Androcles and the lion in 1973 and Dick  Whittington in the Sunshine Kingdom which  toured in the spring of this year. This  program has been greeted with delight by the  children, enthusiasm by the teaching staffs,  and has been a great saving for the school  board, which no longer has to pay between  $1,500 and $2,000 for ttie same services to the  touring professionals.   '  ,   This year promises to be the busiest and  most productive so far. Besides the successful ."Pool's Paradise" just completed,  the club is at work on another original  pantomime along the lines of the hugely  successful "Sunshine Kingdom" presented  early this year. This one will have afar  Eastern locale featuring Aladdin" and his  Magic Lamp and is being co-directed by local  men Mike Willis and Bruce Wilson.  ,   The club hoped to be able to present it to  the Elementary School children again this  year and is awaiting a school board decision.  In addition to the pantomime, a bumper crop  of one-act plays, featuring writers Oscar  Wilde, George Bernard Shaw and possibly  and adaptation of T.S. Eliot, is being planned  for Easter. i  The one sour note in the proceedings is the  poor quality of facilities available for the  presentatin of live entertainment. Our area  is one which is richly endowed with talented  and creative people who have much t& offer  the community. In fact, this could and  probably is fated to be one of the most  creative community centres in the province.  Summer programs of drama, folk, classical  and modern music could be available for our  summer guests if an adequate facility were  available to present and prepare these attractions. The Driftwood Players join other  musicians and artists in hoping that the time  is fast approaching when the physical  facilities available are equal to the talents of  our people and the beauty of our communities.  Hoot in Live Entertainment  "JOIN IN THE FUN"  [PM^SULA l-SOHl.  Highway 101 ��� Cover Charge ������ 886-2472  ������-���.���...�����������������.,������_.__���_ .i.__i��__,��__r��__r__r_..__r__r__,__rm������.n.�����A������������p-��������������������������.�����  SIX EIGHTS  A WEEK!  Shows start at 6:00 p.m., 8:00 p.m., 10:00 p.m. and midnight.  RESERVE IN ADVANCE FOR GROUPS  Madeira Park PH. 883-2377  Coffee Shop, Dining Room, Cocktail Lounge, Catering  ^rJJ^^f^Ssiri^^k^  7*'^T2^Sfc$S^^^  from the management and staff of the  �� There will be &30 MOVIES from December  \    L  At Kwahtahmoss Film Society ...  *As an independenMJusinessman,.  each FTD Membpr Florist sets  his own prices.  , P.S. Long-lastingpoinsettia plants  can be sent almost anywhere  by wire, too.  s  BY ALAN CRANE  Most of the audience for 'Smiles of a  Summer's , Night'  found  the , film  quite  the strange motion picture which the Film  Society is screening tonight. El Topo is.  classified as 'Restricted' and carries the  Director's " vyarning   "Extreme   brutality  Film Society's programmes are generally  unsuitable for children. This column will  next appear in the January 8 editions of The  Times. In the meantime, to all of you who  19th to 25th inclusive          STARTS BOXING DAY ^STARTS ��E�� YEAR'S DAf  MiraiiMre  jftlfrt WI H PMl w us h y  |^ * Cary Grant * Gene Kelly  ?!   * Clark Gable       * Mickey Rooney  * Bing Crosby '   - * James Stewart  * Debbie Reynolds * Wallace Beery  * Fred Astaire * Judy Garland  GENERAL  BMJL    ' ROBERT  NEWMAN  REOffORD  ROBERT  SHAW  - AGCOGGEIXKHUFtM  1HE8HNG  ��� delightful.; After associating-Bergman with^    throughout". Bruce Gorman who saw the'* love film, Season's Greetings  >     ^'.^li^^n^M^MW Ct1Mfi An CUamm" YlnilN ftf fVtA1" Ml    ���A.   4,1.-_.   ir^��!l..  ~_fAM.A,3   A*   4U��   kH..|a#.lH<i ^mmJmmmmmiwi_ ���    M<iiiiwmiiiMi_wwiww  FLOWERS & GIFTS  Cowrie St.   Sechelt  883-9455  such devastating films as Shame, Hour of the  Wolf and so on, with Wild Strawberries in  rather lighter vein, I found it a surprising  and gratifying experience to share in much  laughter over a film of Ingmar Bernian's.  In two or three places, there was an  inexplicable lack of sub-titles, and one could  generally have wished for fluency in Swedish  to have derived even more pleasure out of  this most enjoyable film.  Enjoyment may not be the right word for  i  Sunday, 22nd December:  8:30 a.m��� Holy Communion  10 a.m., Morning Prayer  .     7 p.m��� Carol. Service  Christmas Eve:  7 p.m., Children's Pageant 11:30 p.m., Midnight Eucharist.  'Christinas'Day:';"'  10 a>m��� Holy Communion  ...Y,,  film at the Varsity referred to the brutality  as symbolic in much the same way as  Jeremy Young described the brutality iri A  Clockwork Orange as abstracted. |  EL TOPO was written by Alexandro |  Jodorowsky who directs the film and plays  the lead role. If it could be cast into any  mould it -would have to be a Mexican  Western, but its scenario encompasses  whores, freaks and lesbians in the manner of  Fellini's later films. The film was to have  been Mexico's entry in the 1973 Cannes  Festival, but the government forbade this.  The following short extract is from a review  of the film in the British Film Institute's  journal, Sight in Sound:  "Jodorowsky is as meaningful as Bunuel,  as meaningless as Fellini, carries his extremes further than either of them into the  stormy,,surrealist regions of the ludicrous;  but in an instant he's back again playing  Becket, Jarry, Peckinpah. His own performance is hypnotic going all the way from  shaggy marksman to shaven guru, and he is  supported by a remarkable cast of unselfish ,,  agonisers."  In England, El Topo won tho Best Film of  the Year Award (Films and Filming), This  film is the Film (Society's last presentation of  the year, arid the next Belle Du Jour will play  on Wednesday, January 8. It is also tho last  presentation at the Twilight Theatre before ,  the Christmas break, and no movies will be  screened there, from December 19 until  Decerribor 20 when the regular programmes  recommence with tlio ,MGM compilation,  ' "That's Entertainment" hero top a six day  engagement.  Among other films coming In the regular  programme are the very popular and entertaining Tho Sting and tho top-rated new  Planskl film Chinatown, Fnntastlc JPInnet  which was to hnvo played In tho Film  Society's programme has boon moved,Into,.,  Uio Twilight Theatre's regular, programme,  an,{l I will bo looking forward to seeing tills,  Although this film Is well worth lta place in  nny Film Society's programme, unlike most  of tho films wo screen, Fantastic Plnnot Is  proving to have wide general appeal.  To begin with, tho film Is an animation  feature or cartoon, and the enduring  popularity of cartoons Is attested by Disney's  bulging coffers. Furthprmoro, lta theme Is  . Science Fiction, a perennially popular genre.  Tbo film Is obviously also superior entertainment for children of eight or moro  accustomed to the tube, and It Is for these  reasons that the film wns movwl Into tlio  , Twilight Theatre's regular programme, Tho  il  PART  ESTA URANT  Relaxed atmosphere on the beach.  Tickets for our  WW YEAR'S E��E  still available  ���'��� a^ap.  Businessman's lunch  ,: "..served'".  11:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.in.  f  MWiswwiwaw^ffiniflMwiiM^  havo your  ICTURES  and mounted  * Noodlowork o specialty  Phono.  885-9573  Of***  11:00-am." to 10:00 p.m.  Friday - Sunday  11:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m.  Family Setting at ReiiHOiirtbUvPriccH  FULLY MODERN KITCHEN -  CHARBROILED FOODS . CATERING FOR  WEDDINGS - BANQUETS . CLUB     FUNG  TIONS ; i  CLOSED MONDAYS  Ui&cttecd Tkc*Hi4e4>  BOULEVARD, SECHELT v. \.  PageB-6  The Peninsula Times ��� Wednesday, December 18,1974  See our  Toyland  downstairs  for  gifts for children of all ages.  /  Marine Drive, Gibsons >    886-2442  If your TV's not performing  like it should...callu$ US.  -_LJKMNU6  serving the entire Sunshine Coast  . in........!.-... , ���������~���.���������       p .     ��� -  Over the years Christmas traditions have  become established for radio listeners. 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WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 18  Concern 8:03 p.m. Neighbourhoods Part 1  Dialects���Canadians speak with a variety of  accents and there are "Henry Higginses"  who can tell us a lot about ourselves by the  way we speak. Part 11 includes an interview  with Alex Leman, architect and, ur-  banologist^an examination of the rural sense  of community and discussions with city  children about rural life.  THURSDAY, DECEMBER 19   ,  Themes and Variations 8<03 pm  Schoenberg's Vienna ��� the "tension between  repression, decadence and creativity, a  documentary prepared by Lester Sugarman.  The Vienna of the Hapsburgs gave birth to  such diverse concepts as Zionism and  National Socialism as well as Freud, Jung,  Adler, modern Bauhaus architecture and  "Kulture" critique.  Jazz Radio-Canada 10:30 pm Concerts by  Greg Waters Quartet from Toronto and Bob  Hales Band, Vancouver, the 21st Century  Gospel Singers and selections from the Guido  Basso Christmas Album.  FRIDAY, DECEMBER 20  School Broadcast 2:03 pm  Christmas  Carols from St. John's Newfoundland sung  by the 120 voice choir of St. Pius Tenth Girls  School.  Between Ourselves 8:03 pm The Republic  of Madawaska, after the American war of  Independence of the northwestern part of  New Brunswick became a world pressure  point between the US and Britain.  The Bush and Jhe Salon 9:03 pm Part 5 of  George Ryga's contemporary. interpretations of B.C. History ��� A Claim is  like a Beautiful Dame ��� The Twelve-Fifty  Claim and Jenny Lee. -  SATURDAY, DECEMBER 21   '  Danny Finkleman Show 10:03 am  Christmas music by Dianne Brooks and the  Soul Companywith Doug Riley, piano from  the Garden Party Restaurant in Toronto.  Our Native Land 12:10 pm The Sound is  Native ��� presents a collage of native music  of North America, the throat singing of'the  Inuit, Prairie Pow Wow songs, music of the  Six Nations and the personal and beautiful  ' songs of the West Coast.  Metropolitan Opera 2:00 pm Jenufa  considered the finest work of Czech composer Leos Janacek, illustrating his interest  in the folk music of his native land. Starring  Jon Vickers, Teresa Kubiak, Astrid Varnay,  Jean Kraft and John Reardon.  Symphony Hall 6:30 pm Erich Bergel  conducts the Toronto Symphony, soloist  Anton Kuerti. Piano Concerto No. 27, Mozart  and Symphony No.)., Brahms. '  C.B.C. Stage 8:03 pm Maigret's Christmas by Georges Simenon, a mystery thriller  which takes place-pn Christmas morning.  Anthology 10:03 pm The Winter a personal  jessay written and read by Morley Callaghan  and book critic Kildare Dobbs offers some  Christmas book suggestions.  SUNDAY, DECEMBER 22  Sunday Supplement 10:03 pm Christmas  edition with host Lyal Brown1 includes a  monodrama Cornish Christmas by David  Watmough, a nostalgic return to the author's  boyhood during the. Second war; readings  from Emily Carr's autobiography "Hundreds and Thousands" and A Child's  Christmas in Scarborough read by Howard  Engel.  Quebec Now 4.30 pm A program on  publishing, Sheila Fischman reviews literary  cookbooks, recipes and cooks in Quebec.  N.H.L. Hockey 5:30 pm Toronto Maple  Leafs play Chicago Black Hawks.  The Entertainers 8:03 pm Royal Canadian  Air Force, interview with and music of the  Fairport Convention, a traditional folk group  from England. Memories of Christmas from1  Juliette, Ann Murray, Shirley Eikhard, John  Allan Cameron, Sylvia Tyson, Duke Redbird  and Rick Neufeld.  CBC Playhouse 10:30 pm Ella, By Rhys  Adrian, a comedy about a girl who entertains  two of her close admirers to. dinner the same  evening. Stars Alan Scarfe, Gwyneth  MacKenzie and Peter Hawdrth.  CBC Vancouver Chamber Orchestra 11:03  pm John Avison conducts and soloist is flutist  Robert Aitken, music by Bliss, Mozart and  J.J. Quantz.  MONDAY, DECEMBER 23  , Music of Our People 8:03 pm Ivan  Romanoffnand his orchestra followed by  Identities at 8.30 pm.  The Great Canadian Gold Rush 10:30 pm  -r special Christmas program with host  Terry David Mulligan.  TUESDAY, DECEMBER 24  CBC Tuesday Night 8:03 pm Handel's  oratorio the .Messiah performed by the  Mendelssohn Choir and the Toronto Symphony conducted by Elmer Iseler, with Lois  Marshall, Lili Chookasian, Charles Bressler  and Donald Bell.  Touch the Earth 10:30 pm traditional  folksongs and an item oh what its like to  spend Christmas in prison'.  SATURDAY, DECEMBER 21  CHANNEL2.  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The Peninsula Times PageB-7  Wednesday, December 18,1974  As of January 1st; 1975  thfe price of all garbage :  pickup will be increased.  Please have your back  bills with us cleared up  by, that time.  HALFMOON BAY Elementary School play highlighting their Christmas  pupils ham it up during production of concert Dec. 13. In this scene, the cake  "The Queen's Christmas Cake,' a tuneful  is brought from the 'palace kitchen' for  presentation to the Snow Queen.  SNOW QUEEN Margaret Connor reigns  over Halfmoon Bay Elementary School  Dec. 13 during pupils' presentation of  'The Queen's Christmas Cake', a  highlight of the school's annual  Christmas concert.  Halfmoon Bay Happenings  This year's Christmas party for Halfmoon  Bay teenagers will be a skating party at the  arena oh Dec. 23 from 1 to 3 p'.m.-Those  needing transportation should contact Mrs.  Al Laakso at 885-9617 or Mrs. Frank  Jorgensen at 885-9796. The event is being  arranged by the Halfmoon Bay Recreation  "Commission.  > The shoppers'bus will run on Thursday as  usual this week, but, during Christmas week,  it will operate on Tuesday, Christmas Eve,  .instead of Thursday. The time will be as  ,; usual, with the bus entering the Redrooffs  _JBoad from West. Sechelt aX.10:20.a.m. and  makingastop at the junction of Trout Lake  Road and the highway at 10:40 a.m.  ���by Mary Tinkle?  of-honour at a luncheon at Lord Jim's  recently on the occasion of their 45th wedding  anniversary. Hosting the luncheon was their'  daughter, Mrs. Mary Kingston, and other  guests were their, grandchildren, Frank and  Joanne Kingston and Mrs. Art Armstrong.  Mr.; and Mrs. Virgil Garnet, are  celebrating the safe arrival of their fourth  grandchild, born to their son Tom Garnet and  his wife Jerilyn in Vancouver Nov, 15. The  baby girl has been named Michelle. The  Garnet's guest last weekend was. Dr. A.E.  Swanson of Vancouver who had a successful  fishingvtrip with his host .and proudly took  home a nice salmon.      ���    ;  see our  #icte selection  on  Porpoise Bay Rd.  r-nr  ICANADIAN  1   "ll  Gas & Oil Ltd.  POPULAR attraction with parents at    Christmas,play Dec. 13 were live pine  Halfmoon  Bay  Elementary  School's   trees.   In  foreground,   just   finished  Continuing education  -Vv-     ��  decorating 'trees,' is on/ of the Pine  Tree Elves.  ^^^^^^^^M^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^t,  BY KARIN HOEMBERG  886-2225  Last week's article on 'school's in' for  adults made many people, realize how  valuable and worthwhile it can bo for  students to go back to school. This is a good  .program for those who can Join normal  classes during tho day,        ,  For those who work full time tho Centre  for Continuing Education would like to  establish a scries of courses In tho evening.  This means thnt adults can get a high school  diploma'by taking ono or two courses at Uio  time, .���   , ''���,'     :    ,'.7 .< ., ', ���.  Meaningful education for adults can only  take plnco if tho students themselves take  part In tho planning of tho program, Wo  beginning of the now year. The first session is  on January 10, Friday 8 p.m. at Sechelt,  Elementary School. Dr. Peggy Koopmen  who is a very talented and knowledgeable  person will talk about different kinds of  learning disabilities and how they express  themselves. The entire program will,be  advertised^ together with the courses in the  beginning of January.  The students Int tho bridge course can  relax again as Mrs, Chris Ward. has  promised to take over after Jim Weir who ia  unable to tench after Christmas.   '  A now pottery course will bo established  when Pat Forst retires in order to mako sure  Uiat tho now member of Uio family gets a  proper reception. Lillian Peters will start her  course In Elphlnstqno Annex during the  to   give   their   course   "Introduction   to  Emotional Self-Defence" for women on the  Peninsula.' So far the only answer has been  silence, but wo do hope to see them during  1975 as thoy have an Important message to  all women and thereby to all men.  '  Tlio program for the Spring Semester 1975  will bo delivered to all households on tlio  second day in the new year.  ;    A Merry Christmas to all students In tho  continuing education program.  .WPvMJLhQftfPwJ^  tcrcstcd would-bo adult student nt an In-        Wo oro looking for those students who  formal gathering on January 6, Monday 8  1 p.m.   at  Elphinstone , Sccondnry School,  Library.  Tho purpose Is to find out who wants  which courses at what tlmo nnd how mnny  hours they want to spend on tho project.,  Tlio counsellors Bob' Graham nnd Bill  Forst, 880-2204 are always willing to glyc  Information-about .Uio typo of work experience that has transfer credit.  SABOT SAILING  Uist year tho,Canada Sabot Association  spent somo successful weeks on tho Peninsula with a fleot of sabots, '  Considering tho availability of wide? and  Uio f undlnghy-salllng Is, wo would llko to soo  " ovoVylwdy  wlio "might"ho Inloi'estcd"lif*  learning how lo.build a sabot, how to rig It  and how to sail It, On January 7, Tuesday 0  ��� p.m. thoro Is an Informal meeting In tho  Library at Elphlnslono Secondary School. As  iM,r,,coTrtd~tttconTcnrr family project wc  suggest that nil Interested members attend  the meeting,  DISABILITIES  Tho program for tho six ncsslons on  ."learning Disabilities" Is presently being  printed  and, will bo  distributed \in  Uio  Impatiently Called the Centre for Continuing  Education In September In ordor to make  suro that a credit course for Day Caro  Supervisors gets established soon,  Forjhpao who llko riding or would llko to  try^flio chance hns como to Join a course In  Rilling and iforsomnn.shlp, Patricia Cramer  wm teach children, teenagers am} adults in  grjoups of flvo. jTlio courso consists of 10 hours  theory whoro the students oro taught the  fundamentals, and 10 hours practlco'on  Brushwood Farm In Gibsons.  FAMILY LIFE  , Mrs. Helen Roy to an experienced soclnl,  worker who has worked with Family Llfo  ��� Education prognimmes Jn Vancouver during  several years. She has accepted our Invitation to lend, seminars for pnrents with  preschool children, Any subject Is acceptable, nnd lt In expected thnt parents will  discuss wmd exchange ideas about every thing  from how to develop a rational attitude to  swearing, .stcnllnR, sex, nnd table manners to  "how do I ns a parent manage to dcnl with a  demanding child without giving up my own  personality?"  Mnrgarctha Hook and Dana Jnnsscn from  Simon Fraser University hnvo been Invited  i  GRANT GIVEN  Welcome Beach New Horizons has  received approval of a grant of $6,857.00 to  extend the Welcome Beach Hall and to  purchase more recreation equipment., A  committee headed by Vince Shannon plans to  get started on the project early in the New  Year.  There, has recently been an air of excitement around the Halfmoon Bay School as  children rehearsed their parts for the  Christmas concert until they were word  perfect. Meanwhile, at home, mothers have  been busily sewing garments for a queen,  elves, fairies and snowflakes. There were tall  hats to be made for the cook and bakers and  little pointed caps for the elves.  The plimax came last Friday, when the  children, bursting . with enthusiasm,  presented their concert, to parents and  friends.  They sang their favourite carols with  great gusto and recited their Merry  Christmas messages;  Undoubtedly tho highlight of Uie afternoon was a play, "Tlie Qtieen's Christmas  Cake', in which Margaret Connor appeared  as a lovely Snow Queen attended by Mark  Zuidema, Wesley Francis, Dulce Jofe and  '"��� ftenneth Winter.  The singing cook was Daniel Martel and  , Joanne Tom and Michelle Grognet were Ice  Fairies. Three sprightly little snowflakes  were Klrl$Tfoorth, Beatrice Joe ond Lewis  Dan. Krista Baker, Dominique Martel and  ' Billy Trousdell wore Pino Tree Eilvcs who  decorated the three Pino Trees represented  by Patrick Harry, Jimmy Peters and An-  drlonno Martel, 7  Gary Wilson, Greg Francis, Chucky  Stokes and Keith Winter wore Uio carriers of ,  * a - huge moko-boHovo Christmas cako,. but  following Uio concert, when refreshments  ���" were served, there appeared a real, mouUi-  attempted murder In connection with n , watering cake decorated wlUi snowflakes  stabbing incident Dec. fl, was remanded ln nnd marzipan elves and bearing Uio slogan,  custody when hp appeared nt Secholt ��ft,0 Que0n's Christmas Cako".  provincial court Dec. 12.   , Mrs. Dnvlo wns nsslstcd by Mrs, M.  JHb will mako a second court appearance    Tlnkloy In organizing Uio concert and Mrs.  December 19.    , ' 1/iuchto was tho piano accompanist for both  August was charged following an Incident ' the play and carol singing. Mrs. Bill Pallant  on Sechelt Indlnn Reserve In which Clyde    and Mrs, Bob Trousdell prepared and served  I /iwrenco Jeffries was stabbed six thhos in    tho refreshments,  tho back and twice in tho chest. Mr. and Mrs, Jack Burrows wcro guests  .   _���������>��,���_���' -ai>   ,��      ii   _.   . ,.�����> Jill  .i.i .aa��     ��!,���>.���'��� II ������! as_Wl�� II��� ~ " "~ ~   ~  SUNSHINE COAST REGIONAL DISTRICT  *jg��a��$i!g5^  Revised Garbage Collection Schedule For  December 25th and 26th , 1974  *   *  REDROOFFS to SECRET COVE "!"_  Garbage normally collected on Wednesday, December 25, 1974  will be picked up on Tuesday, Docombor 24,1974.  GIBSONS HEIGHTS, GOWER POINT  Garbage norrpally collected on Thursday, December 26, 1974  will be picked up on Monday, Docombor 23,1974. 7  Socrotary-Troasuror  t  ss  SMMs^mdihd^isfmd^i^sfift^^^  ________jS  y^^f^8?^3^5^  ' Fronds Joseph August, charged with  to all our friends and customers  from the management and staff of the  Christmas Specials  WW JIM: WWW. WW WW JT  ��  75 model outboards  4.5 hp to 20 hp  Tho rattaurant will bo clotod from Docombor 25th to January 15th.  I  I  CB. SETS  SOUNDERS.  I  D  1  I  1  I  1  I  I  ,1  1  T  1  I  a  a  1  o  , s Box 160 Madeira Park 883-2248-  Ji       MMI MM WtOk HM BMR WW MM IMfll ISM, MM MM) PM MM MM MM MM MM pMI MMI MM IBM MM fUM MM MM flW(' |MM MM fl*H    ��� ������ ��� ���   ��� ��� ���  >   ��� f , M U  The school board has tabled until its next  -meeting a request>from Gibsons Elementary-  School  parents  for  a  complete   busing  program in the district.  At present, under department of  education guidelines, only students who live  more than two miles from their school are  entitled to-free busing. -  Parents attending a recent meeting at  Gibsons Elementary agreed that two miles  was too far to expect children to walk to  school.  They noted, also that local roads are too  dangerous for children to walk along.  The parents resolved, "That the school  O  SECHELT ��� Agreat number of residents of  the Sechelt area have responded to the  hospital auxiliary's plea for donations in lieu  of sending Christmas cards.  The following is a list of the residents who  have donated to the St. Mary's Memorial  Fund.  Theodore and Elenore Biernacki, Mrs.  Mabel Blight, Walter, Irena, Julian and  Mary Burtnick, Dorothy and Charlie Carter,  Polly and Les Chamberlin, Cliff, Peggy Mary  and Margaret Connor and Mrs. .Ada Dawe.  Muriel and Chuck Eggins, Garry Roberta,  David, Jeffrey and Denise Foxall, Eric, Ina  Grafe and girls, Don and Hazel Hadden,  Gordon, Maureen, Sharon, Kathleen and  Nadine HaU and Louis and Phoebe Hanson  and Sandra.  Dave and Eva Hayward, Mrs. Marie  Hoffar, Margaret and Charlie Humm,  Charlotte Jackson, Doreen and Harry  Jenkins, Frode, Tove, Susanne and Penni  Jorgensen, Bill, Beulah and Denise Lawson,  John and Faye Lewis, Mr. W. Jack Mayne  and Charlie' and Betty Monk.  - Marie, Ernie and Carl Montgomery, Jack  and Marj Morgan, Eve and Orv Moscrip,  Phil, Elsie, Heather and Jimihie Nicholson,  Erik and Pat Nielsen, Roy and Alice .Owen,  Eric and Bonnie, Karin, Carta, Guy, Mark  and David Paetkau, Tony and Lynne, Trevor  and Jennifer Pike, Mpry-and Art Redman  and Jack and Lee Redman.  Harry and Ermin Robertson, Gene, Al  and Linda Savage, Ora Sinclair, Ivan, Eileen  and Jimmy Smith, Peter and Mollie Smith,  Billie Steele, Shannon and Ray StockweU and  famUy, Alan, Rosa Swan and family, Dr. and  Mrs. J,. Vosburgh, Chris Ward, Nell Whaites,  Mildred Whittaker and Guy and Mae Winning.  board be requested to provide complete  -busing for-all the'children in the district."  .    During their meeting, the parents also  discussed the use of the strap in schools.  They,conceded that corporal punishment  may have some use as a deterent and that it  might be- effective if accompanied by  parental consent. But "the general feeling  was that the strap has limited use-in the  school," according to the minutes of their  meeting, which was submitted to the board's  Dec. 12 meeting.  In a list of resolutions arising out of their  discussions, the parents requested the school  board to investigate the possibility of hiring  paid aides at Gibsons Elementary to assist  teachers in the supervision of students. The  need for more frequent parent-teacher  discussions was also stressed.  Principal Dave Rempel reported that  there was no serious discipline problem in  the school.  . However, the meeting noted:  ��� the tone of the/Students in the halls  could be improved  ��� children seemed to be less courteous  and considerate of others, both in school or  out  ��� there was a need for more supervision  of students on the grounds  ��� the physical conditions of the school's  open area may not contribute to appropriate  student behaviour  ~ home discipline did not appear to be as  effective as it once was  .   ���both the home and the school needed to.  learn how to change children's behaviour  without relying on punishment.  ^adte- A&&&  ���YOUR LOCAU FUNERAL HOME  OFFERS A COMPLETE, RANGE OF  SERVICES, FUNERAL OR  MEMORIAL, AT MODERATE COST.  ��� THE LOCAL FUNERAL HOME  HONOURS THE CONTRACTS OF  ALL FUNERAL PLANS OR  DESIGNATION FORMS OF ALL  MEMORIAL SOCIETIES.  o 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.  i.  'pox frvtffot (ttfrtuHCtftoit, &t  tfo a&we, vi a, ftue frut&uU  , flierwutMQmeMt ftfaut.  HARVEY FUNERAL M  1665 Seaview Rd.  Gibsons, B.C. 886-9551  Dan A. Devlin, Owner-Manager  Use 'Times'AdBriefs  Coast Chileotin MP Jack Pearsall is  keeping his constituents informed about  travelling by air during the coming holiday  season.  He reports that Canada's airport security  program will continue through the Christmas  holiday season and passengers will face the  possibility of having gift-wrapped packages  opened...  Passengers carrying packages into the  cabin of a plane may have them opened  although some of the larger terminals are  now equipped with' x-ray machines which  will, in most cases, eliminate the need to  open the parcels.  To avoid lengthy security checks,  passengers are advised to pack gifts in  locked baggage to be checked and stored in  the baggage hold of the aircraft.  Just a reminder that from December 27th  to the 31st, all Christmas Ca^ds wiU be sold at  half price. Miss Bee's Sechelt.  From all of ua to all of you,  our boot and morrloat wlahaa,  Hero's   hoping tho holiday ooaaan  "^rtidld^'rridnymddllght8"for"76U���'an'd"'yoursr  Slncoro thanks for tho opportunities you'vo  glvon ua to bo of aorvlco,  Hove a almply wondorful holiday,  itA/,1,11 i.^l s Sutaitii,,.., Js*..} if  0 Effective January 1,1975, residential rent  Increases are limited toi 0.6% of the rent  presently being charged. This rule applies to any  dwelling containing two or 'more rented units, and  will be administered by the Rent Review  Commission. The rule also applies to single  family dwellings.      "������>'-���������> 7  # Tenants can legally refuse to pay any rent '���'.',  Increase over the" 10.6% limit, subject to the  exceptions specified in the legislation. Tenants  cannot be evicted for non payment of Illegal rent  Increases,       y  ���       '' '  *��There must be at least a twelve month interval*  between one rent increase and the next, and  tenants must be given at least three months'  notice of any rent increase,  'Questions'relating to landlord-tenant matters  other than rent increases should be directed to  the Office of the Rentalsman,  ,  625 Seymour Street, Vancouver, B.C.    V6B 3H7  Telephone: 689-0811       Out of town, call collect.  �� Half a duplex, when the owner lives in the  other half (or basement suite, when the owner,  lives in the remainder of the house) is exempt  from the 10.6% limit. '"   "  @ Certain major renovatipns may entitle an  owner to Increase rents over the ^ 0.6% limit,  Thesei Improvements rriu^t have been started  since May 3,1974, and do not Include normal  maintenance arid repairs. Landlords rDay consult  the Rent Review Commission for details,  particularly If planning renovations which might  justify rent increases,  #; Residential premises being rented for the first  time on or after January 1,1974, are exempt from  the 10.6% rent Increase limit for a period of five  years,- '���      ������';���    ���,'. ��� ,. .������.������   y \\, ���- '   y ���������������������..-. .,, ,,  p y ��� . ''Y i ,.''    '.,''' " "'.   7    ; '' v 7/' lf,|'i'  ��� Premises renting for more than $50b:Rer    ^   ���  month are exempt from the 10.6% Increase limit;  intcovumMiNtcr  INI rnovwi�� mm mim\  If you have questions about residential rent  Increases, contact the  Rent Review Commission  Telephone; 689-9361  Out of town, call collect.  ��� '��'  /  ,1,  I-:.  V.  V'.  Section C  Wednesday, December IS, 1974  Pages 14  lor all your catering noods   .  Free consultations at no obligation.  * If you want nothing less than the  very best.. .call US I ,  m  PACIFIC FOODS LTD.  883-9012 ��883-9045  �� ?���  r ��  , A young Sechelt man, charged with im- hadhadnothing to drink, but "there was a  paired driving and refusing to take  a very .strong smell of liquor on his breath,"  breathalyzer test, claimed that someone had court was told.  slipped a drug into his drink before the of-        Ruth became very abusive to police, and  fense. two additional officers were called in from  Richard Ruth, 18, told provincial court the Sechelt.  drug, not alcohol, had been responsible for        "He (Ruth)'had to be handcuffed to get  the symptoms of impairment noted by police him into the police Vehicle," said Archiebald.  when they checked him near Gibsons Nov.        When he was taken to Sechelt for a  23. breathalyzer test, he refused to leave the  He said he had only one drink of rye in a police vehicle,  ROBERTS CREEK ��� Thirty two members  and associates of Roberts Creek Hospital.,  Auxiliary enjoyed their 'Potluck' Luncheon .  December 9, hosted by Mrs. Ironside, Mrs.  Rodgers and Mrs. Wood.  The meeting followed with President  Gladys Ironside welajhung all present.  Committee reports of membership, thrift  shop, gift shop and catering were presented  by Mesdames Bessie Baba, Clara Nixon,  Louise Dorey and'Wilma Rodgers and Mrs.  Ironside read the latest Co-ord. Council  report.  Also, convenors Mrs. Jean Mcllwaine and  Mrs. Dorothy Morrow reported the results of  the Bazaar and Coffee Party and thanked all  who had helped to make this annual event a  success. Winners of the various draw^were  as follows: Hamper, Mrs. Spanner of  Roberts Creek; rug, Mrs. L. Christensen of  Sechelt; Quilt, Mrs. D. Biggs of Gibsons and  door prize, Mrs. D. Sleep.  On November 10 the group had hosted a  happy bingo party in Extended Care at which  Mrs. Ironside was assisted by Mrs. Madeline  Grose, Mrs. Betty Merrick and Mrs. Lilian  Thomas.  The meeting was then turned over to the  nominating  committee  headed  by- Mrs.  niDonxTo   no AMnu   r.c   *Ur.   D/u,��i" Charlotte Raines who conducted the election  GIBSONS   BRANCH. of   the   Royal    of officers for 1975 Thege m. ^.^.  Canadian Legion has donated washer M^Mad^ Grose, (moving up from V-P.)  and dryer to Kiwanis ViUage senior vice-Pres. -Mrs. Flo.McSavaney, Secretary  citizens.' housing project on North Road. . Mrs. Edith Fraser, (reelected), Treasurer  Branch 109 president Stan Verhulst, . Mrs. Jean Carey and Membership - Mrs.  right, hands over appliances to Ken Eleanor Reece. They will be installed at the  Goddard, past-president of Sunshine annual meeting. Committee convenors will  Coast Kiwanis Club and president of the be appointed at that time  pZg^^^g^^^S^ZB^SE^^^^.  Pi  t��t fa ���'������*!  hyARGOSMEEM  Headquarters at Seaview Market, Roberts Creek  10 a.m. to 6 p.m.  Monday to Saturday.  EiES  ^��_S*S-?-  :!i_^��2^_^SS3^_^23ssfe^5SS  ;  ft  \  group's housing society.  IM>  The annual meeting is set for January 13,  with place and time to be set.  local hotel before police stopped him.  "I don't know if someone put something in  my drink," he said. "It happened to a friend.  This is what I Figured (happend to me)."  Prosecutor Dennis Archiebald said that  "He ripped off his shirt, challenged a  member to a �� fight and took a swing at  another."  'Police had to place accused in handcuffs  and leg irons to take him back to Gibsons,  police checked Ruth after they noticed his    said Archiebald.  car stopped on Highway 101  near  the        Ruth said he remembered nothing about  Peninsula Hotel at 2:05 a.m.        > the incident the next morning." He claimed  "His car was in gear," said Archiebald.    that someone at his tabte in the Peninsula      rt M    .M     T.    . .      w., fa.  "Apparently he.(Kuth).was~fry4n&J��J>ack~ -HotelJiaddropped a quantity^ restricted   ���^^TS^S^^^1''1^ ?"~*J5u~<  up." drug  MDA  into  his drink  without  his     moutn ot secret tove.  Any local resident who knew Hugh George  Mclntyre, 2233 West 2nd Avenue, Vancouver,,  is asked to contact the Sechelt RCMP detachment immediately.       y   * ; ,  Mclntyre's body was washed up Dec. 9 onv  ?as!fci^.3!^^  riEfflffiWMSg  SUNSME COAST REGIONAL OBSTRUCT  Bieilding Department  When questioned by police, Ruth said he    knowledge.  Judge J.S.P. Johnson said Ruth would  have to have names and places to substantiate his story. "Who wqpld do such a  thing?" he asked.  Ruth admitted previous/convictions for  causing a disturbance, driving with more  than the legal amount of alcohol in his blood  and assaulting a police officer.  In view of Ruth's previous record, Archiebald asked Johnson to hand down a jail  sentence.  Johnson felt, however, that "when a  person is so drunk he can hardly stand on his  own feet, it is almost automatic that they  want to fight."  He fined Ruth $400 and banned him from  driving for six months on the impaired count  and fined him $200, with a three-month  suspension, for refusing- to take a  breathalyzer test.  The driving suspensions will run concurrently.  The law and. you  By Cpl* Darrell Price  NCO i/c Gibsons RCMP detachment  This week I am dealing with defective  motor vehicles and I quote for your information Sec. 205 (1) Motor Vehicle Act!  "No person shall drive or operate a motor  vehicle or trailer on any highway or rent any  motor vehicle or trailer unless it is equipped  in all respects in compliance with the  provisions of this Act and of the  Regulations."  There is pne division of the motor vehicle  act dealing with the safety standards that  apply to all vehicles. These standards are too  numerous to mention here. All motorists  should know when their vehicle is defective  and their excuse of "I didn't know" is not  being accepted by the police.  A few hints might be in order and the first  one is to check your vehicle before you take lt  onto a highway. Check your lights, make,  y�� sure that all lights are working*, adjust your  mirror, pump your brakes a few times. If lt is  raining, check your windshield wipers and if  your windows are fogged up, clean them off  before you move your car. ,  These Httlo hints might take you a few  minutes, but it might save your life or  someone else's. It may also save you,a ticket  If wc catch you driving with one headlight ori.  Please bear In mind that tlio police will bo  setting up roadblocks storting this weekend.  Police are trying to establish if Mclntyre,  76, was visitng the coast when he fell into the  water.  , "His brother in Victoria stated that he had  a good friend in the Sechelt' area," said a  police spokesman.  Police believe that if Mclntyre has not  been on the coast lately, he probably fell into  the Georgia Strait from the, Vancouver-  Nanaimo ferry.  They came to this conclusion after  analyzing tide flow information.  No foul play Is suspected.  [���MMI, CATHOLIC  Sunday Services  To Contractors, Owner Builders and Suppliers  1. Building drainpipe, known as Big "O" corrugated plastic.plastic  drainage tubing IS NOT APPROVED by the new B.C. Plumbing Code.  2. ABS-DWV and PVC-DWV pipe and fittings may be used only for  single family dwellings, side by side duplexes, semi-detached and row  houses. 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PAZCO FIBERGLASSING  ^ COMPLETE MARINE & INDUSTRIAL REPAIRS  ���_��gnoes '   / --  ��� ������ ���Runabouts <  ���   '   ��� Used Boat Sales  FREE   ESTIMATES - PH ,886-9604   or  886-9111  7        JOHNSON OUTBOARDS  SALES AND SERVICE  Complete Marine Accessories ��� Full line of  cartop runabout boats and cruisers  TRAIL BAY SPORTS UNLIMITED  y Socheit 885-2512  Vancouver toll free: 689-5019  MEAT CUTTING  PLUMBING & HEATING   ;    t ;;   ;,,' (cont'd)  SECHELT HEATING and  INSTALLATION  -.       ��� FREE ESTIMATES���  .Wayne Brackett  885-2466  .    "'   - Box726, Sechelt, B.C.  PENINSULA PLUMBING LTD.  ,   , Sales and Service ���JB86-9533  Everything for the Do-lt-Yourselfer  - Contract & Renovations  FREE ESTIMATES _  Len Coates 886-7685  Ray Coates 886-9533 or 886-7872  RADIATORS  SEPTIC TANKS  BLASTING  TED'S BLASTING & CONTRACTING  ALL WORK FULLY INSURED  '.Basements - Driveways ��� Septic Tanks  *"*r Stumps - Ditch Lines  Call for a free estimate anytime  TEDDONELY    .     Pender Harbour 883-2734  DRYWALL SERVICES  -?y  "' Mac Cameron  PH. 885-2706  BUILDERS  101 CONTRACTING CO. LTD.  General Building Contractors  All WorkGupropteed .������������,.  Phone 885-2622  Box 7 3, Sechelt, B.C.  WEKO.tONSTRUCTION LTD.  GENERAL CONTRACTOR  For All Your     ' '  >     Building Needs  PHONE VERN, 885-2525 pr 886-2344  TRAIL BAY DESIGN  WILL BUILD TO SUIT  '     COMMERCIAL ��� RESIDENTIAL >  885-2713  SKANNOR DEVELOPMENTS LTD.  , Quality is our Namo  Building Is our Gamo  Residential ���Commercial  Flroplacos and Bricklaying  885-2692 ��� Box 868, Socholt  HARBOUR CONCRETE &  H GRAVEL LTD.  Pender Harbour area-'  Sand - Drain Rock - Crushed Gravel, etc  We now have 2 concrete mixer trucks  to serve you.  R.R. 1, Madeira Park  Phone 883-9911  ' Game dressed, cut, wrapped & frozen  LYNN'S CUSTOM CUTTING  , Box277, Sechelt  885-2575, evenings only  ^MISSION POINT DEVELOPMENTS  LTD.  BUILD JO SUIT  tf  ,'il  y  '���'A p  7f  PRE-FAB HOUSE ERECTION  RENOVATIONS    ,  Evos 885-9951 ��� Box 547, Socholt  BUILDING SUPPLIES  if'   A.C. RENTALS fi BUILDING  ,   If.* ' 7;.,-.    SUPPLY LTD. :  y     All Your Building Needs  Madeira Park Phbno 803-2505  7(        WINDSOR PLYWOODS  [the Plywood Pooplo]  ,��^�����,^^��*taa��ALL.RLYWOO0uJ^�������wLwww��,-,  ���    Exotic and Construction  7       fanolllno ��� Doors ���MttuldlnQs  Gluos-Insulation '','���  Hwy-. 101 ������ ,        ���Olbsons-- 086-9221  '' GIBSONS BUILDING SUPPLIES       '  ,' [1971] LTD,  "ALL BUILDING MATERIALS"  "READY-MIX"  "CONCRETE.GRAVEL"  j '  "WESTWOOD HOMES"     '  '      '< "GENERAL PAINT"  806-2642 , \006-7033  Hlflhway 101--Olbi6(is       ^  J. B. EXCAVATING CO. LTDr  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  Free Estimates - Phono 885-9413  SHOAL DEVELOPMENT LTD.  Septic Tank���Ditching  Excavating ��� Land Clearing  Road Building���Gravel & Fill  886-2830  . PenConPump  CONCRETE PUMPING SERVICE  PORT MELLON TO PENDER HARBOUR  886-7417 or 886-9890  Larry's Drywall Sorvlcos  Specializing In drywall applications  Insulated and toxturod callings  R.R. tfl, Socholt 885-2464  L.B.FRADETTE  SUNSHINE CONSTRUCTION  Now houso framing and ronovatlons  ��� Pro-lab houso aroctlons  Phono. 005-9435  A&WTRUCKING  SAND, GRAVEL, FILL  Box 92, Soch��t  Phono 885-9741  Pender Harbour  McCANN ELECTRIC  WIRING OF ALL TYPES ���  Residential - Industrial - Commercial  All work guaranteed - Free estimates   '  Joe McCann, Box 157rMadeira Park  Phone 883-9913  JIM McKENZIE  ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR  Ph. 885-9978  FLOORING-CABINETS  Cabinets - Carpets - Linoleums  HOWE SOUND DISTRIBUTORS LTD.  P.O. Box 694, Gibsons, B.C.  Blair Kennett; sales manager  Phone 886-2765  HAIRDRESSERS  SECHELT BEAUTY SALON  Dianne Allen, Proprietor  _     Expert Hair Styling  ' Cowrie Street      '     ' "     ,- Phone  Sechelt 885-2818  MOBILE   HOME   SERVICE  . Sea Coast  MOBILE HOME SERVICE  (div. of Sea_Coast Sheet Metal Ltd.)  Complete Maintenance  Do-lt-Yourself Trailer Skirting  24 HR  Box 920, Sechelt      SERVICE Tel. 885-2712  G & E RADIATOR REPAIRS  Autos, Industrial and Heat Exchangers  WE GUARANTY ALL WORK I  PHONE 886-7638  Pick-up and delivery service   ���'���' '��a" ' ��iiumm���B  RENTALS  A.C. RENTALS LTD.  TOOLS and EQUIPMENT  RENTALS and SALES  Easy   Strip   Concrete   Forming   Systems   -   Compressors -  Rototillers  -  Generators  -  Pumps_ -  Earth Tampers- f  Sunshine Coast Hwy. & Francis Peninsula Road  MADEIRA PARK PHONE 883-2585  TRODAN INDUSTRIES  ������- * ���>  Manufacturers of FRP septic tanks^.  Available in any size y/.  /   Phone:886-2953  SEWING MACHINES  BERNINA  Sales and Service to all makes  ,��� "   . .    RENTALS. "       '-f  Fabric House, Gibsons - Ph. 886-7525  SIGN PAINTING  AL'S SIGNTIFIC SIGNS  Show Cards - Banners - Truck Lettering  Boats - Plywood Signs - Windows, etc.  ��� Mason Road, West Sechelt  Phone 885-2606  SURVEYORS  MOTORCYCLES  HOTELS  PENDER HARBOUR HOTEL  Madoira Park Phone 883-2377  Conventions, Dinners, Group Meetings  Weddings and Private Parties  ��� Full Hotol Facllltlos ���  HONDAS  SALES AND SERVICE  2 stroke, 4 stroke, dirt and street bikes  TRAIL BAY SPORTS UNLIMITED  Sechelt 885-2512  Vancouver toll free: 689-5019  MOVING & STORAGE  LEN WRAY'S TRANSFER  Household Moving, Packing, Storage  Packing Materials for sale  MEMBER OF ALLIED VAN LINES  Canada's No. 1 Movers  Ph. 886-2664. R.R. 1 Gibsons  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  ROBERT W.ALLEN  B.C. LAND SURVEYOR  Sechelt Lumber Building  Wharf Street, Box 607  Sechelt, B.C.  Office 885-2625     '        Home 885-9581  Roy and Wagonaar  B.C. LAND SURVEYORS  CIVIL ENGINEERS  Marine Building ��� Wharf Street  Box 609 - Sechelt, B.C. '  -    885-2332  wiiiuniiuiniii imiHBiiBinmijim1 miii  NURSERY  "Mack's Nursery - RobertsXreek  Landscaping  - Shrubs -  Fruit Trees "-Fertilizer  Berry Plants - Bedding Plants - Peat Moss  Fully Licensed Pesticide Spraying for  Landscaping and trees  Sunshine Coast Hwy.      Ph. 886-2684  KENNELS  "FOUR-O-EIGHT"  KENNELS  Boarding for Dogs and Cats, approx.  21/2  miles along Redrooffs Road  from Socholt  885-9469    ���    Francos Avo.  KNITTING MACHINES  '      BROTHER  KNITTING MACHINES  Coast Roprosontatlvo:  Estor Andorson  885-3357  OPTOMETRIST  FRANK E. DECKER, OPTOMETRIST  Bal Block, Gibsons -Wednesdays  886-2248  Sechelt - Mondays - 885-9712  PAINTING& DECORATING  ABC  GENERAL PAINTING  INTERIOR & EXTERIOR  BRUSH-SPRAYOF?ROLL  Call 886-2512  Land clearing  J.D,, 450 DOZER  phono 885-2993  MACHINE SHOPS  DAY CARE  CABINETMAKERS  _.  CUSTOM BUILT CABINETS  ||lna and Cedar Furniture  *  005-2601  Wilson Creak  DAY CARE CENTRE  ages 3��6  qualified supervisors  805-2721  DISPOSAL SERVICES  RENDER  HARBOUR   DISPOSAL  Weekly Garbage Plc,H-Up  Rubbish Removal ale,  Barry ft Dan Looch 003-9133  SECHELT MACHINE SHOP  (at Standard Motors)  Machlnoryfi, Equipment Repairs  First Class Workmanship  Bob Forrester  Phono 085-9464  At the Sign of tho Chevron  HILL'S MACHINE SHOP  ft MARINE SERVICE LTD.    ,  Machine Shop-Arc and Acotylono Welding  Steel Fabrlcatlng-Marlno Ways  y     Automotive and Marino Ropalrs  p   Standard Marino Station  Phono 8867721 Ros, 086-9906, 886-9326  <    Uso thoso spaces to  roach nearly 13,000 pooplo  lovory wookl  085-2734  KAN-DO PAINTING  INTERIOR AND EXTERIOR  Box 943, Socholt  Evonlngs; 885-2936  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, Gibsons  "We Rent or Sell'Almost Everything"  Typewriters - Lighting Plants - Televisions  Rototillers   -   Cement   Mixers   -   Lawn    Rakes  Mechanic's Tools  PHONE 886-2848    24 HOUR SERVICE  RETAIL STORES  C&S HARDWARE  Sechelt, B.C.  APPLIANCES ��� HARDWARE  _-,       . ...HOMEFURNISHlKlGS     .  Phone 885-9713  GENERAL STORE  COMMERCIAL FISHING SUPPLIES  SHIP'S CHANDLERY  Francis Peninsula Road  Pondor Harbour - 883-2415  ROOFING ,  BILL BLACK ROOFING  & INSULATION  DUROID SHINGLES - TAR 8, GRAVEL  NEW ROOF or RE-ROQF  ,Box 281, Gibsons 886-7320  SUNSHINE ROOFING  SHAKES ���SHINGLES���DUROID,  >  order your shakos early ��� chock our prices first  Custom shakos split to ordor  Roof Repairs  Eaves and trough cleaning  Box 380, Socholt Phono 885-9873  TIRES  COASTAL TIRES  Sunshine Coast Highway  Box 13. Gibsons, B.C. ��� Phone 886-2700  .  SALES AND SERVICE  All Brands available  Monday to Saturday 8:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.  Friday evening by appointment only  TOWING  PIANO TUNING  ,      , CERTIFIED PIANO SERVICE  p. Regulating���- Repairs        ,  , Electronically Chockod  , Workmanship Guaranteed  David Nowosolskl 886-2783  PLUM.BINQ & HEATING  G ft' E PLUMBING & HEATING LTD.  Plumtyng-Hoatlng-lnstallallons  Ronovallona-Sovyor Hoolvupj.  All work guaranteed I year-Prices on request  Box 165, GIBSONS  L & R PLUMBING & HEATING  - SERVING THE SUNSHINE COAST, -  ,Dox 651, Socholt, B,C.  Phono 085-2910 - ;  I. Mitchell A R, Mitchell  Scows - Logs  SECHELT TOWING & SALVAGE  LTD.  Heavy Equipment Moving & Log Towing  L. HIGGS  Phone 885-9425  TREE TOPPING  PEERLESS TREE SERVICE  '���a���Complete Tree Service �� ���-  ���'   - '���Prompt, Guaranteed, Insured Work  ��� Prices You Can Trust  Phono 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  PHILcd-FORD SALES & SERVICE  ��� we service all brands ���  885-2568  across from the Red & White  SECHELT  SUNSHINE COAST T.V. SALES  ft SERVICE LTD.  ADMIRAL ��� ELECTROHOME  and ZENITH DEALERS  "IN THE HEART OF DOWNTOWN SECHELT"  Box 799, Secholl ��� Phono 685-9816  CLOSED ON MONDAYS  "N,  !��-w  SEASIDE PLUMBING LTD.  Glbson>  Plumbing ��� Pipelining. Stanmlltllng '  Hot Water Healing ��� Pipe Lagolno  TREE ESTIMATES ' All Work Guafanlood  fbono 886-7017  1  ��� ������ .n1   ! ' Soa Coast   :������:..._��� ��� ,SHEEIMETAL:LTP,���,���.���,,,..���,..���..,���7.���  llpallng   -.   Ventilation   ���   Air   Conditioning  Domotllc, Commercial and Induitrlol  Froo Estlmalon  Dox 920, S��choll  Tel. 805-2712  (aWaVSi-SuwiMi*^ !���*  LETTERHEADS  ENVELOPES  INVOICES    ������'..   '  STATEMENTS  JOD AND     \,  WORK-ORDERS***-  RULED FORMS  TICKETS;  MEMBERSHIP CARDS  SIGNS  WEDDING STATIONERY  CIRCULARS    '���  BOOKLETS  ETC,  Special Quantity Savingsl  COMMERCIAL AND PERSONAL  PRINTING  AT ITS   FINEST  0  III ft ,1M j IS .III 8 Jl iteS.Printing plus ideas  Box 310 Sechelt , B.C,   Phone 835-3231  pssaaa���  B33SBB89I  I  1  I  I  1 -I���  ->  ?yy..y/yy  * >)  ~���7- ���r-* ~���+*-      -a- >,^p. v^'   I; v  >    "    -\^ i        "^N.    2?      a _.n       K   V  v ' ��*��� *   * "��� (A   ' r-    yj ���" >  -   ���" -7'^a^i^ 1,y,-r^'ajY^r 7'57   'p    "   "-^   -���  The Peninsula Times  Page,C-3  Wednesday, December 18,1974  / v. CHRISTIAN SCIENCEy V>r  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  JPhane 885-9778 or 886-7882      . 'J  :/  i  #.  I  "       -   s  4  ��. *  '/fit t��  ...ai  COMPASS orientation is one of the   the aid of a giant mock-up. Eager to Jackson. Looking onfrom rear is troop  many useful outdoor skills taught to    learn,  from left,   are  Scott  Meda, - scouter     Maxwell     Hammersmyth.  members of Gibsons Boy Scout troop.    Bradley "Grant, Neil Neilsen, patrol Gibsons scouts meet regularly at Camp  Here, patrol leader Mike Jackson, right, ' leaders   Joel -Bellerjve   and  Randy Byng.  explains correct >use of a compass with    Rottluff, Michael Patridge and Bruce  CARIBOO AUTO SALVAGE LTD.  '       '      a. ,        ' '    '���  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 cleanups arranged.  Serving the Sunshine Coast  TODAY'S Boy Scouts learn far more approximately 25 feet below, by the  than the correct way to light a campf ire, the ladder-hinge method. The tricky  as shown by a recent exercise staged at exercise   was   supervised   by   troop  Camp Byng by the Gibsons troop. Here scouter Maxwell Hammersmyth. tfcout  a 'stretcher case' is gingerly lowered Bruce Jackson volunteered to be the  from a third story window to the ground, 'patient'.  AFTER being lowered,safely to the Other troop members, from left, are  ground from a,third storey.window at Stephen Rhodes, patrol, leader Joel  "Camp Byng, 'stretcher case' Bruce Bellerive, Bradley Grant, Kevin Par-  Jackson chats with fellow scouts, tidge, Brian Hobson, Karl Johnston,  Tending the 'patient' are Kenan Michael Duteau and Scott Meda.  MacKenzie   and   Tim   Montgomery.  Use 'Times'AdBriefs  Squaringly yours  By Maurice Hemstreet 885-3359  On Dec. 6th, equipped with a pocketful of  determination, I loaded up my square dance  equipment and headed for the Golf Club hall  at Roberts Creek where the Country Stars  were going to show me that they could square  dance to anything that I could call and with  three sets on the floor, I be derned if they  didn't do it, I worked so hard that I sidetracked the cold I had for the last five weeks,  and; with Harry's help got through the  evening with flying colours. The square  dance was just a little over fantastic but' I  made one mistake, I went to work the next  day and ended up with a head cold again, so  my advise is, don't work if you don't have to  ' but then I have yet to find an honest way to  buy the food one needs to exist.  Square dancers, remember, last call for  all square dancers who would like to join the  Country Stars on Dec. 20. Christmas square  dance party at the Golf Club, clubhouse in  Roberts Creek, all square dancers welcome  from beginners oh up, with callers Harry  Robertson and Squaringly Yours, Maurice  Hemstreet and keep this, thought In mind, if  you don't c6me square dancing, how can I  seo you at the square dance.  By  Len  Van Egmond  ;At least, one family in five will move this  year, according to a University of Michigan  study. But if you've been' in the same home  for eleven years, you'll probably stay put.  * *  Solar energy is making an impact for family  homes. Now developers and designers are  studying ways to use it for skyscrapers, too.-'  * '        * >  Some contractors estimate that owners can .  save 10-15% of remodelling costs by doing  the finishing jobs ��� painting, wallpapering,  laying floor tile ��� themselves.  Why "not a hammock for casual seating? -  ' Hang it from window frame to window  frame across a corner.  * *  'Traditional houses' used to be painted  white. But in all areas, paint stores,  housepainters ��� and tourists ��� report  families going in for bright colors, earth  tones, and tints.  * *  If you're looking for a pretty white  house with picket fence, look no  further, than  SUNCOAST ESTATES  in Sechelt call 885-2241  Want something * more, .adventurous? We've got those, ��too.  mil ��� ���* ���^���^������������^����������*m*0m.  ^$Wb&^iBBr^btG&&  cMinwaa  Lord Jim's Lodge  1*1  Sumptuous Buffet Dinner  Plus Lata Night Snack  Dance to the 4 Piece  'Tricky Linkage'  Limited Number of Tlckots Available  r  oo  Por Couple  Phono Now 385-2232  II  of ajuiitinction  EVERY BUDGET FROM-  3L  oorcovennad  '  ltd. ���;, /  Glbeopo    O    006-7112  fa Cor pete -fa Tiles  $T Unalouma -& Drapes  amoBwdmea  Jack Pearsall, MP for Coast Chileotin April, July and October," Pearsall said, "If  announces tlie basic Old Age Sequrlty pen- tlio cost of living drops, or remains tho same,  slon will rlso in January to $120.00 from the there will not bo any reduction in tho  , present $117.02,    ' Guarcntccd Incomo Supplement or In tho Old  Guaranteed      Income      Supplement' Ago Security pension,  payments will also rlso in varying amounts , Pensioners will bo advJscd of the changes  up to a maximum for a single person of $04,21 Jn the amounts being paid, ho added,  from the current $02.00. Tills single status pearsall also advised of a 10,4 per cent  also applies to a married person whoso rlso In tho Canada Pension Plan* Tho In*  opouao Is not a pensioner, ho said, -.���^'.^^-^creaso reflects tho rlsoin cost of living in the  Tlio maximum Supplement for a murrlcd last year and will, npply to nil persons in  couple will Increase to $74,70 from $72.09. receipt of Canada Pension Plan benefits or  "If tlio cost of living continues to rlso tho pensions as of December 31,11)74.  pension and supplement >vlU continuo to bo Tho Increase will bo reflected In the  adjusted every quarter, that Is In January, January cheques.  .'  �����' , '     ,   ��� ���!,' ' .'' ' | ,   ; ���  ,  ��"" ���'��� ��� ' ���         IIIHIIII. ��� �� .11-111     IM      I     III.   Does your Club or Group report its  Activities Regularly to The Times?  9 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. fues.-Sat.  ^"CLOSED-MONDAYS---���"  OPEN FRIDAY NIGHT TILL 9  Wo NOW HAVE A NEW/SHOWROOM ffl _f����|f��ir  located In th�� trmv��� offices of Trail'Bey "ffei0gn"  at tho traffic tight Q Phono G85-27W  .��� WE WILL BE CLOSED ��  December 23rd fo January 6th Inclusive.  OVER THE HOLIDAYS  from December 20th to January 5th  will Imve 24 hr. service  4 radio dispatched cabs at your service  885-2251  'TH&vtfy (26%��4tm04> and o-'tVt  CARPETS     DRAPES  ��     ppl|PJ*TB.piMp|)llW,4|��'|{i����ki,  p itffe^ffiS,  Wi', \\nTA,'  M$,;' GOMPACTORS.  GARBAGE DISPOSERS  7^77/h>.i ,s   '    ,;t     I  a,'"j  lyK  hi\ ;i  'bfjXw*  \hwwh��*  0'  1- ������ { '  ���% 'I fl p  t       l.a *    1  - ,)' ''-'  '  '���J   y  DavoFltk  if n p  An oxcftlng now odvonturo In cooking. The amazing  "JENN-AIR" Range and Char-flavor Grllll Fully  operating In our showroom for llvo demonstrations.  �� COMPLETE RESIDENTIAL AND COMMERCIAL tfLOORCOVEfclNG  ' SERVICE          ���    "��� ' |7; ' y " ��� ��� ,7 ���  ��ICUSTOMMARELDRAPES EROMJAMOUS, CANAPIAN M!LLS.���,  �� FREE IN-THE-HOME ESTIMATING AND SELECTION SERVICE  SERVING THE ENTIRE SUNSHINE COAST  Showroom Hourts 9:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m., Tueiday to Saturday.  ' Opposite new Rcfllonal District Offices  WHARF ROAD - SECHELT       PHONE: 8$5-2922  mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm in i mlmm^ffmmmmmmmmmmimmmmmmmmmtmmmmmmmmmmm. /  04 .The Peninsula Times Wednesday, December 18,1974  j    >  ^V,        ^',   a.     ^    7  p, p  ui, / , i ��j,  V\  yMr,yyyy  V '       a       ' V '  ) , '   ;"t  "<. '. '  V    7; ,*���''  . 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