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 /   *  Homes project . . .  ..Vies* .Canadian Graphic Industries -Ltd- ��� . ���  . X6Q6 lest 5th Ave., A :  .' j '  Vancouver 9�� B.C.    -   - ���  ' '   * - Service  rep  SUNSHINE Coast Kiwanis received a  trenfendous, .boost', to their Senior  Citizens Homes project at last meeting  of the club held at the Cedars Inn, Gibsons under chairmanships of president  Dave Johnston with the presentation of  cheques totalling .$5,306 from local organizations. '  ���Guests included representatives of the  organizations, the pi-ess and Hon. Isabel  Dawson MLA, and were welcomed by the  president.  Largest single amount donated so far  for the sum of $2,000, presented on behalf of the Howe Sound Womens Institute by Mrs. J. H.( Warwick, president and  Mrs. Thor Christenson, treasurer.  From the Howe Sound Farmers Institute, Mrs. Bernice Chamberlin presented  a cheque for $1,500 and a similar amount  was presented by Bill Malyea on behalf  of the Sunshine Coast Fall Fair. The sum  of $236 was raised by sale of flowers  by Flower Ladies Bernice ' Chamberlin,  Jean David.son and Freda Kerbis.  Not such a large sum but possibly  the most notable was the donation of  ��70 by the popular young music group  "The, Backwoods Brass". These.young  people played music for dancing during  the Kiwanis Pancake Supper a couple  of months ago. Tiu($70 was their fee for  the evening and in turn they returned  il to the Kiwanis' for the Senior Citizens  Homes project. Present for the presentation was the group: Tony Baker, Lance  Ruggles, Mark English, Roland Kerbis,  Dave Fromager and Kevin Star.  Already property has beep donated as  a site for the homes and this is considered  as part of the ten per cent .of total cost  that the club has to raise in order to  qualify for government approved loans  and grants'.  Commenting on the generosity of the  ^faaa-ft.v-aWF.^-a^ at^a^^yav^^y^r^^aaaV^(a��F'^a .FJ-Fgawaa-y.j jjgajg^Fg.  rF?t --^pa-F��a��� r^-^1   i"'^?'    ^T*-'-FV*^-^T-i'a��� ��� -aa-r- r���*"���'r*J    a^a. _  _  a-  organizations involved.- President Dave  Johnston said such groups are a credit to  the ��� area and have laid the "honest-to-  goodness'" groundwork as pioneers of this  project.   -   Vice-president Frank Lewis conveyed  a word of thanks-to .the press for its support by way of publicity and expressed  the view that such coverage is worth a  thousand dollars to. a project of this  nature-  Introduced by thc president, Hon.-  Isabel Dawson commended all who by  their endeavors have raised funds for  the homes project. She said it was particularly gratifying to see that young people  ���see page A-5  nf Mil sis��'  Serving the Sunshine Coost, (Howe Sound to Jervis Inlet), including Rort Mellon, Hopkins Landing, Granthoms Landing, Gibsons, Roberts Creek,  Wilson Creek, Selma Pork, Sechelt, Haltmoon Boy, Secret Cove, Pender Harbour, Madeira Park, Kleindale, Irvine's Landing.* Earl Cove, Egmont .  "2nd Gloss Molt  Registration No. 1142  Unio*> -*5��-;**> Label  This Issue 30 Pages  LARGEST CIRCULATION OF ANY PAPER ON THE SOUTHERN SUNSHINE COAST.  Volume 8. No. ,2  *,*-*  ������i.4 a _.,'_?> ^.fiLar     a  ���> _i       y**, r*S     *���  DONATION  Sunshine Coast Regional Board at its  last meeting moved a vote of commendation to Miss E. Harold of Roberts Creek  for providing a plot of land to the Roberts Creek volunteer firemen for their  new fire hall, presently nearing completion.  NEW BACKSTOP  ��� Alderman George Flay told Sechelt  village council last week that work oh  the new Hackett Park back-stop, is progressing well and that ho hopes to have  a work party out this week to complete*  the job. Most of the materials and much  of the. labor ���' has 'been "dohatcd.-5 *? "-5''  ART DISPLAY  Sunshine Coj-tst Arts Gallery will  present a display of paintings; and art  work for the opening of the Trail Bay  Centre", Thursday, Friday and Saturday,  December 10, 11, and 12th. Everyone  welcome to this display at thc Mall during store hours.  KIWANIS DRAW  Sunshine Coast Kiwanis announce thc  fund raising draw for a color television  set will be held this Thursday December  10th at 9 pm.  APPEARING,   in  Gibsons    Magistrate's  court last week,, David John Bland  of Roberts Creek was fined- $300 and  suspended from driving for three months  for driving while his blood contained in  excess of .08";. alcohol.  Resulting from a mishap September  8th near the Gibsons' S. Bend, Jack Herbert Dempster of Gibsons was ruled guilty  on a charge of impaired driving. The  Crown proceeded by way of a second  conviction and Dempster was remanded  for sentence lo January 19th 1971.  Dean Alexander Hobson, formerly of  Powell River, was remanded to December  22nd for trial. He faces a charge of operating a motor vessel while under the influence of alcohol or drugs.  Doreen Pearl Dayey of Gibsons was  charged with common assault and remanded to January  19th,  1971  for trial,  Appearing earlier at Sechelt, John  Bodnerak was fined $300 and suspended  from driving for one month. He was  charged with impaired driving following  an incident at Selma Park in which he  drove off the highway into a ditch and  struck a culvert.  George Pelletier of Porpoise Bay was  fined $400 on a charge of unlawfully failing to accompany a police officer ih 6i;der  to take a breathalyzer test. He was proved  guilty after entering a plea of not guilty.  Charles Roy Fcnn of .. Middlepoint  entered a not guilty plea to-a charge of  false pretences by way of a bouncy  cheque. Guilty as charged he was given  a si*, month suspended sentence.  .Clifford Johnson of Sechelt entered a  guilfV_plea to a charge of driving while  his blood contained more than .08 per  cent alcohol. He was fined $300 and suspended from driving for one month.  Michael Stadnick of Madeira Park  entered a not guilty plea to a charge of  driving without' valid' insurance. He was  judged:gutity,.an4 fincd $250,.; :���]tr. / .;.;.���;; 3  Arthur Buuschke entered a not guilty  plea to a charge of failure to remain at  the scene of an accident. He was fined  $300 and-suspended from driving for six  months: ���'._''  Called to a house where Corby Jeffries was alleged to have cause a disturbance, two police officers' were confronted by Jeffries who pointed a gun  al them. A neighbor appeared and topk  thc gun from him. He told he knew the.  firearm was not loaded. He was given  a one year suspended sentence.  All cases were brought before Judge  Charles Mittelsteadt.  - WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 9, 1970  Auto accident fatality  for Safe Driving Week  SAFE driving week was marred in the  Secholt area with a fatal motor vehicle  accident last Thursday .evening at about  7 pm near West Sechelt.  Arthur John Lyall, aged 67 of Selma  Park was killed almost instantly when a  convertible, in *.vhich he was a passenger,  went but of control and struck a power  pole. The driver, William Lewis. 22, of  West Sechelt escaped injury but faces  a charge: of impaired driving following  the breathalyzer test.  USE CHRISTMAS SEALS.  w-t-r * 4gu*s'/* h _f/v_.*tf_3-'-'    *��-**  FIGHT TUBERCULOSIS  EMPHYSEMA AND OTHER  RESPIRATORY DISEASES  Appreciation  With the Senior   Citizen's   Hdustng are Mrs. Thor Christenson and Mrs.  project their .main   objective, Sun- J. H. Warwick   representing   Howe  shine Coast Kiwanis held an appre- Sound Womens' Institute which don*-  ciation dinner last week when beauti- ated $2,000 to the fund, with'. Club  fully inscribed arid mounted "Thank president Dave Johnston and Min-  You cards were presented-to execu*? ister without Portfolio, Hon. ISabei  tive  members of clubs  who. have Dawson,  made donations: Pictured from left  Regional District ...  Massive project . . .  SalMaw co:  depeiids on  piex proposa  egiona  .     .OSS'���'  ins include individual ���hcjnes.-co-r.do*    gional, District^ ^ "it"would * be- too bad if. tugs" can*  rHv **"'uiili"^"r'''1fli"oppiA^'',-''cfet-i1're.*- :j^o'1- f    On .5"/f* of the appraised \*iluevof ihe raw ' n  PLANS for a multi-million dollar recrea-  ��� tional and retirement home complex  at Sakinaw Lake-are. still on the move  but clearly will not evolve as a near  future project.       -'.'������������'���'' ��� -A  Mr. F. M. Cunningham of Cunningham  __ Rivard Appraisals laid., backers pf the  company behind, the Scheme, Anmore  Homebuilders i.td. of North Vancouver,  appeared at last meeting of the Regional  Boardj>nmari.y to seek'approval in prih*  cila.  ���A'Plans  ihiniur*.  coursc, small  sirslrip,  marina  facilities,  swim pool, sauna baths, motel fete, at an  estimated total cost of eighteen million  dollars.  More than thirteen hundred acres of  land around the lake will be required,  bulk of ait'being Crown land which the  company hopes- to obtain by lease but  will purchase on completion of the project.  Al a previous meeting in September, the  company was advised by the board to  proceed with lease applications and deal  with various governmental departments  involved. Once something concrete has  been established then a further approach  might be made to the board.  At last meeting, November 27th Mr.  Cunningham drew attention to a letter he  bus, received from thc Lands Branch  which, to large extent, puts onus for preliminary approval upon the Board.  Letter from tho department, in pint,  states: It is evident the area under application is excessive and any disposition  considered by tills department will be on  a smaller land area than that envisioned  in your report. The department is not  prepared to enter into any arrangements  upon which development cannot be contemplated In the immediate future.  Any disposition of Crown lands in  this area will be on a leasc-dcvclop-piir-  chase basis.  The Lands Branch would bc prepared  to Issue a lease on a metes and bounds  description for a period of one year subject to a further period of four years  providing the lessee files with the department a development plan which is acceptable to the Sunshine Coast Regional  District, and meets with the requirements  of the Department of Highways with",  respect to roads. "**"**""'  Among provisions \of such a lease is  -one requiring the lessee to post a bond  covering engineering costs of the roads  and other services required by the Re-  SUNSHINE Coast Regional Board at its  last regular meeting approved the  Davis Bay wharf as a loading and unloading facility. The wharf is in a residential area but was ih use as a loading  and unloading facility prior to establishment of regional planning and 7.ohing.  Adminstrator Charles Gooding warped  the board that logging companies have  abused the use of the wharf as such by  tieing up log booms during inclement  weather. "We cannot stop its use for  loading and unloading but I feel we  should stop booms tieing up there," he  said.  Director Archie Rutherford replied  that the board cannot disturb industry  entirely. He was supported by directors  Wally Peterson, Norm Watson and Frank  West who pointed out that there is nothing the board can do.. Director Peterson  land and in addition to the annual rental,  the  lessee  will  bc  required  to pay  all  .   ... .���sec page A-S  not tie up during bad weather. Il was  therefore moved the -wharf bc approved  for loading and unloading purposes. As  to  log booms,  this was riot considered  Situation Clarified . .  nn  di  RESIDENT of Redroofs, Mrs. Dorothy  Greene, appeared nt last meeting of  Sechelt council to express views on a  hut on Cowrie Street which until recently had been put to use as a food  outltt.  Asked by Mayor Swnin if she would  core to explain what she wa.s meeting  with council 'for, Mrs. Greene said she  wished to question discrimination ���exercised against the people running the  operation. "This building has been there  for ���15 years so why start in on it now'.'"  she  asked.  Mayor' Swnin explained that there Is  a question of bylaws and,' further, Ihe  small building bus no plumbing or toilet  facilities and as il is used as a food outlet there Is a question of sanitation,  "There is nothing we cnn do about it for  Alderman reports . . .  �����i__  itfil*  Mllo-stono  Although lho new Trail Hny Centre centre which protects tho walkway  at. .Sechelt i.s very modern, il. has outside. This sitf-i points the way to  been carefully designed to fit un- the future of the whole district, nnd  obtrusively Into a village setting and with it has already brought an in-  even the sign has n rustic appearance, crease in employment opportunity,  to match the shako cunopy of the  AI.DKMMAN Harold Nelson, at last meet-  lug of .Seelioll Couneil, drew attention  to Hie old .Sechelt wharf which, he said  "is just about ready to let go" he wondered what Council could do In the Interest*-; of wifely.  Aid. Wuison snld he understand,.  Ihere Im only one oil loading pipe Involved and litis Is emptied when nol In use,  lie suggested best course of action would  be lo notify Ihe Transport Department  Hint il is n liiunnl.  ��� Mayor Hill Swaln agreed Ihul Ihe  structure could he- swept away nnd prove  n danger lo whipping,  Aid. Wiiti-i'ii added Unit Council  should report Ihe matter "we will liavo  lliep done whnl should he done mul nt  least II will Iui Off mil* conscience," he  i. 11.1  t'h'ilv Ted l-iiyiie,- >.ii|-.g.-:.lfil In- cli-vl,  fll't.l III order lo iis.cililii** wln'llter Hie  mailer concerned Hie Dept, of Public  miller Ill-ill [KIT, AM,' Walton Mild II  was originally n.ii-.lrucled by the Dept,  Public Works but in under control nf  I)ep|, of Tnipt-poil,  Ajd, Joe lieimei* nuked "was. It nol  mild lo a private elll/en?" Aid. Watson  agreed thii. in mo hut expressed the* view  that once It heromes n hn/ant to (.hipping  ll Is a matter for the D.O.T,,  It wan agreed lo let Ihe clerk cheek  I  first prior In councH'Inking nellon,  MUNICIPAL HALL  1'liinn for a .municipal eoniplirx are  {���Imping up and Mayor Swaln lold Council he has discussed the nuiHer wllh Hon.  Isabel Dawmin regarding various local  governmental dopsirlincnts re lot* n I Ing under one roof, Already three dcpiirlinciitt,  have indicated Mibslnnllal Interest,  Mr. Hiiyner reported lhal he has been  In touch with a person who is prepnreil  lo submit preliminary sketches of Ihe extension, he will then provide sets of plans  once a decision bus been reached,  DOG CONTROL ���.  Council Is presently investigating possibilities of olilnlnlng scrvlccn ol a don  cnlclier nnd pound Keeper, A Hubert*,  Creel, limit who liu-i also contracted lo  iiiidcrt'ili-- similar duliei. in GII-m-iis, was  unable lo u!lend hisl council meeting hut  It Is hoped l)(- will lie present ill Ihe  lu-xt session in order fo on!line co;.l*. mul  Jusl wlml Is involved.  Another mini wrote in .iccklng inf-n-  inntlon as |o what would he Involved lu  order to set up a pound, ll was suggested  he be ashed to contact I1-' SI'CA,.  Councils of Sechelt and Gibsons have  encountered problem!, from ti.cr.,iinlnK  numbers of stray dog�� nnd each him decided llihc has iurlvcd for action.  Mliffliiffii  it is now in thc hands of thc Coast Garibaldi Health Unit." he added.  Mrs. Greene commcntCTtr"I know you  are passing tho buck onto the health  inspector". Mayor Swain assured her that  council is nol passing the buck but is  conforming to a request by thc Health  Unit that a trade licence be withheld.  Clerk Ted Rayner, to satisfy Mrs.  Greene, read out a letter from the health  director,, which, it appeared, clarified the  matter,  GRAVEL FACTS  Alderman Norm Watson reporting on  Ihe Regional Hoard said ii group protesting the proposed gravel operation at lasl  meeting of the Hegional Honrd appeared  to know more Ihun the board as to the  plans of the company involved,  He pointed out thai neither the board  nor anyone 'else has any say. as far as  Indian properly Is concerned, Further, it  seems to him that Ocean Cement Company is dealing with two bodies, the local  Indians and the Provincial Government,  "personally 1 don't think Ihey are too  concerned about Ihe Heglonal Hoard, Ihey  have not asked the Hoard's opinion, Just  whether'we agreed or not," he said,  Aid, Watson also suid Hint while nol  jinking n stand either way. he feels the  croup was quite right In vlslllng Vli'lorla  to ,-<ecl. I'nctti of lite siluatloii.' At Ihe  Mime lime he thinks people should have  n Utile nmn, faith in their elected representative.*, He added that not all people  are opposed to Ihe gravel operation, nil-  fortunately, we only hear from those who  are iigniiisl  things.  SIX!.   PARKLAND  Mayor Hill Swaln reported lhat he  liml been holding discussions wllh Hon,  Isabel Dawson and had explained tu her  council's Interest In n 1(10 acre Crown  ^properly presently held lor village use  n*. n icncntioiml men. He suid he informed her Hint council 1,1 In no position  lo Imv the Imid but would npprfcliite  having If tinned over to the villago on  it noniiiial It'n*e, Mrs, Dawson hud shown  |nt< re,,I mi.I hud plontlsed lo discuss the  mutter fin Hut v*itli l|te Minister, Hon.  lin'*   Willii.ton  A Idler fimii Hie I,mid:- nnd I'oresi-i  HiiiimIi, in reply lo previoiifj i.'quest for  infi.riniition regarding the property,  Mated Unit un oxiiillng limber lease ex.  plies December ll��V0, II was suggested  council submit a plun of lis proposed  development of the park and recreational  area,  Mayor Swaln commented "we can  easily'come up with a . plan, Ihe main  Ihln.  Is In .���'--, H foi' future village'use",  anything to do with the board.  RESERVOIR  Mr. Gooding reported that the newly  built reservoir above Selma Park has  proved very, successful as. a, settling  chamber resulting in almost total lack of  sill since being put into use. During recent  cold weather vandals smashed the gate  of the safety fence, apparently to skate  on the frozen surface.  STREET LIGHTING  The -secretary-treasurer also commented on the fact that assessment valuations were obtained for proposed street  lights in Area "E" and B.C. Hydro has  prepared plans and estimates which have  now   proved   unnecessary:  This apparently referred to an earlier  request by Pratt Road residents for street  lighting through the regional district.  This was ,fo.llowed...up. later .with indica-..  lion that thc ratepayers would prefer to  have lighting installed by the village"of  Gibsons when convenient. Some weeks  ago a petition wts signed by residents  6f Pratt Road seeking amalgamation with  the village.  Mr. Gooding concluded his report by  recommending lhat in future the board  deal with such requests by requiring  ratepayer groups and others to submit  petitions os defined in section 178 of  the Municipal Act in support of their  request.       ���   ���      .  TEST WELL  Test well at Langdale has hit rock al  about. ISO feet. Indications are that supply  will be more than adequate for board  needs but no report on supply or quantity  has yet been established,  The board is in process of transferring the Langdale waterworks over .to  the Regional District system.  ADMINISTRATION  Director Lorne Wolverton, chairman  of the Executive committee, circulated a  graph outlining ehuln of command in the  office administration. He made clear the  fact lhat Ihe secrctiiry-lreasuicr wa.s top  man on lho totem pole and suggested  Ihe graph be displayed in the board  office.  Director Peterson said he was of the  Impression this was naturally accepted  from lho outset.  BUILDING INSPECTION  Director Frank West told the board  |t has becoming obvious the nature of Ihe  district, that the building inspector can  no, longer be expected to carry out his  duties efficiently on his own. He suggested consideration he given lo obtaining an assistant in the now year.   t  Kfflmroi  uirai^^  SWAP  OH  MpfLlalLi  TOYS  NOW!  dot o I'll*..) oi n Ink. oi o lilo toy Itiot tlm  (���Id*, hove outgrown"* Sell oi -.wop il iheouoh  tlio clo-ificd*.! People arc looking (or thinoi  you no lonn-'i um* . , , i>i>w\ the lime 1o  .bonne thcml  ��  TIMES CLASSIFIEDS  REACH 65%  MORE  PEOPLE!  Phono 005-9654  Phono lines open Sunday; classified  deadline is Sunday evening.  rnrwm  \  ���*!._*��.  KAlAt^A^A ,���*,*-, .At-* A I*.*   ^��-hA->  *.0t**.0.j* AMMAAfl-A'llAAAa'.AM-KArtAA^ -***��w*H**i #���  ��� _��>���-. **.0r*<- S* ���*���**-*.**<���%.��������������� '-IP?  Fdge,A&"the S*c6!fisurd fifites. Wcdnctddft JPee. 9, If 70  WORK WANTED (Conh)        REAL ESTATE (Corrt.)  REAL ESTATE (Coat.)  TH��pENINSU__A7^s*SeeheI* " phone 885-9654  Cb-Sificd  Tiiii-iiii-i-ii*ifl*li'rf*Hftnin_.tfaTiftiffiiiwj.niiii^^  Published Wednesdays by   -  Sechelt Peninsula Times Ltd.,  at Sechelt, B.C.  Established 1963  Member, Audit Bureou  of* Circulation-  March 31, 1970  Gross Circulation 2538  Paid Circulation 2281  As filed with the Audit Bureau  of Circulation, subject to audit.  Classified Advertising Rotes:  3-Line Ad-Briefs (12 words)  One  Insertion -.$1.00  Three Insertions $2.00  Extro lines (4 words) ���-20c  (This rate does hot apply to.  commercial Ad-Briefs)  Box Numbers ��� 10c extra  50c Book-keeping charge is added  for Ad-Briefs not paid by  publication date.  lego]   or Reader  advertising. 35  per count fine.  Subscription Rates���-  By Moil:  .   Local Area $6.00 yr.  Outside Local Area ..$7.00 yr.  U.S.A.  : _J $9.00 yr.  Overseas  Special Citizens,  Local Area _  Canada     By Carrier   .$10.00 yr.   $3.50   $4.00  ,60c mo.  Copyright and/or .property rights  subsists in all display advertising  and other material appearing in  this edition of the Sechelt Peninsula Times Ltd. Permission to reproduce wholly or in part and in  any form whatsoever, particularly  by a photographic or offset process  in a publication, must be obtained  in writing from the publisher. Any  unauthorized reproduction will be  subject to recourse in law.  Sechelt Peninsula Times Ltd."  COMING EVENTS  TWILIGHT THEATRE  Gibsons ...  Wed., Thur., Fri., Sat.. Dec. 9.  10, 11 __ 12 at 8 p.m. plus Sat.  Mat. at 2 p.m.  "SAVAGE WILD"  Wildlife Adventure in Color  Sun., Mon.,  Tue., Wed., Dee.  13, 14, 15 & 16 at 8 p.m.  "WOMEN IN LOVE"  Starring Alan Bates & Oliver  Reed in Color  RESTRICTED: Warning "Nudity,-Sex & Brutal Violence." ���  ���It.   W.   McDonald.  Director  of Film Classification.  Dec. 17, 18 & 19  Charles Chaplin in      \  "THE CIRCUS"  plus supporting feature.  Closed Dec. 20 through  25 inclusive.  Open on Boxing Day with  "CHISM"  starring John Wayne  5079-2  BIRTHS  GIBSONS WESTERN DRUGS  .  .  . fa  pleased to  sponsor this  Birth   Announcement   spaco,   and  extends Best Wishes to tho happy  porcntSa  CARD OF THANKS (cont.)  WE wish" to sincerely thank  members of the Pender  Harbour Volunteer Fire Brigade for their efforts in trying to save our home, also our  kind neighbours and friends,  for then* help, donations and  gifts which are greatly appreciated. ��� Peter , and Bonnie  Dubois. 5658-2  ��� ���-���a      la,   -    ���       ��������       I       ||    I     m   .-iiii������.������....I.���I.     I.,..��� ���,    ������  WE wish to express our sincere thanks to our many  friends for their kind and  thoughtful expressions of sympathy, during the passing of  our beloved wife, -mother and  grandmother. Special thanks  to Dr. J. Hobson; Dr. H. Inglis and Dr. B. Iirsh; the nurses and staff of St. Mary's  Hospital and ihe Gibsons Volunteer Fire Department. ���  Mr. C. Lock; Mr. and Mrs. E.  Husby and family; Mr. and  Mrs. A. Davidson and family.  5665-2  ANNOUNCEMENT  1971 CENTENNIAL CALENDARS, ready for Christmas  Mailing. $1 (includes Prov.  Tax). Available at the Municipal Office, Gibsons.   5592-tfn  MR. and Mrs. Ronald McKean  of Sechelt wish rtos announce  the marriage of their eldest  daughter, Judith Elaine to  Mr. Lawrence, Scott, son of  Mrs. T. Scott of Victoria. The  marriage took place in Victoria on November 25th. 1970.  5670-2  PERSONAL  ALCOHOLICS Anonymous ���  Meetings 8:30 p.m., Thursdays, Wilson Creek Community Hall. Ph. 885-9327, 886-  2343. 4979-tfn  WISH to contact Latter Day  Saints   members.   Ph.   885-  9547 or 886-2546. 4505-tfn  FOR Avon products in Wilson  Creek & Sechelt area phone  Mrs. Helen Phillips at 885-  2183 evenings. Personal Christmas shopping from the comfort of your oivt. home.  5647-3  IT IT  mind?   Myth?  Magic?  Lucky      Stars?      Unlucky  ^Name?   Box   5520,   Peninsula  Times, Box 310, Sechelt, B.C.  5648-5  GLADMERE tours offer: 8 day  Reno tour. December 28 to  January 4. ��69 per person. For  information call, 885-9743.  5649-3  WORK WANTED  TILLiCUM Chimney Service.  Eaves cleaned and repaired.  Painting, gardening, janitor  -service, odd jobs etc. AU work  guaranteed, RRl Sechelt, Ph.  885-2191 preferably evenings.  2754-tfn  CHUCKS painting & decorating. Guaranteed work, reasonable rates.  885-2375.  5492-tfn  POPULAR   pianist    available  for private Christmas parties. Phone 885-2494.      5634-2  RELIABLE man will do odd  jobs   &   home   repairs.   Ph..  885-9509. - 5642-3  FOR   plain   dressmaking  and  alterations of all kinds Ph.  885-9509. 5G40.3  EXCELLENT  commercial   lot    CO* WATERFRONT LOT, pri-  ��� centre Sechelt���highway      ced for quick sale at $..900  PROPERTY WANTED  "UNDEVELOPED acreage wtd.  on  Sunshine Coast. Princi-  LOST  VICINITY of .Smith road ���  Y.M.C.A. Road in Langdale,  HELP WANTED  l  QU-AL1FIED   auto   mechanic.  must have own tools. Apply  Sechelt   Home   Service.   885-  2812. 5G55-2  YOUNG man wanted, who is  interested in restaurant  work. Clean, reliable, willing  to learn. Apply Box 618, Sechelt, B.C.; stating age and  some character reference.  5678-2  location, level and cleared.. All  services available. Box 1104  Peninsula Times. 1104-tfn  40   ACRES.   Corner   GarcSen  Bay, Road  and  Hwy.   Also  others.   Jack   Noble   883-2701.  Rochester  Realty.   936-7292.  5657-tfn'  BLOCK BROS.  Phone Mr. Good 263-4993  '    ���     collect or  736-5933  For fast service on all properties and businesses.  5480   Peninsula   Times,   Box  310 Sechelt. 5644-3  FOR RENT  \  Choice   property   overlooking    pals only.  Please  write   Box    large Siamese male (nutured)  Trail Islands, with expansive    -------  ocean viow of Gulf of Georgia  and Vancouver Is, Upper level  part of lot cleared and approved for building. Trail and  steps lo secluded pebble,beach.  AU facilities. Located in West  Sec-hell, 2 miles from bus depot. Owner's sign on lot. Ph.  885-2416. 5609-3  BLOCK. BROS.  4842-tfn  REAL ESTATE  GIBSONS ��� Waterfront,  luxury 3 bedroom split-level  home on large landscaped lot  with 95 feet waterfrontage.  Magnificent panoramic view  from livingroom 15' x 25* with  APPROX 21 acres prime future residential property, elevated view, lane access, close  to new subdivisions, mainly  bush. Sechelt Village. $30,000,  will sell block or 5 acre lots.  Cash. Box 310 The Peninsula  Times. Sechelt B.C.     4489-tfn  $2,000 DOW. $12,500 F.P.  Immaculate, small two bedroom Pan Abode cottage. Fully  furnished, on approx. 1 acre  uncleared. Across Redrooffs  Road from wharf. Boat  laun-  PENDER HARBOUR: Over    raised   hearth   rock   fireplace    clung, excellent fishing, about  one mile from'Halfmoon Bay.  To view please phone Mrs.  McFadden 112-433-3610 , or  leave your number at 112-879-  7571. A. E. Austin & Co. Ltd.,  1435 Kingsway, Vancouver.  5654-2  CARD OF THANKS  EXPERIENCED drywall acoustic & textured ceilings, now  in Gib.sons area and serving  the Peninsula. Free Estimates.  ���      ���    Fast  .service.  Phone  G  &  W  MY sincere thanks to all my Drywall, 884-5315. 4208-tfn  friends for their good wishes   and    kindness    which    were  quite a help during the worst  of my recent Illness. Especially Dr. Burtnick; Dr. Irish; and  the nursing staff of St. Mary's  Hospital, for all their kindness  and   good   wishes   during   my  recent stay in Hospitul, where  I, felt I was with friends who  really  cared   for  my  welfare.  ���John W, II. Soar. 5009-2  ROBERTS CREEK  DRYWALL  Taping  ond   Filling by   hand  and machine. Spray Tex Sparkle Ceilings.  Phone 886-7193-  Roberts Creek, B.C.  5025-tfn  PLANNING TO  , OR SELL, REAL ESTATE  contact  WALLY PETERSON,  acting for Ewart McMynn Realty,  Gibsons, B.C.  Phone 886-22-18 or 886-2877 EVENINGS  ���    Free Appraisals with Listings    ���  3 acre with approx. 150' on  lagoon. Several nice building  sites. Some terms on $11,500.  Large view lot. excellent access to water, serviced. $1,500  down on full price of $4,200.  SECHELT: Unfinished 4 rm.  house on 4 acres level garden  soil. Close to school etc. Low  down pawment and easy monthly payments.  GIBSONS: Immaculate 2 br  cottage on view lot, attractive  -living room, and kitchen, patio, matching garage. "Attractive  terms on $16,800.  PRICED FOR QUICK SALE  is this comfy '2 bdrm. home.  The spacious living room features large picture window for  enjoyment of tremendous view  or Islands and mountains.  Some terms on $11,000.  GIBSONS: Only $1,000 down  on level wooded lot hear shops  etc.  $1,500 down gives possession  8 acres, .-level, mostly cleared,  ready to build.  Modern Cape Cod cottage  on level cleared lot in area of  fine homes. Close to excellent  beach, terrific view.. A must  to see. Terms on $17,000.  K. BUTLER REALTY  LTD.  ALL   TyPES   INSURANCE  Gibsons, B.C.  Phone 886-2000  MEMBER  MULTIPLE LISTING  SERVICE  5681-2.  CHARLES ENGLISH LTD.  Real Estate & Insurance  SUNNYCREST   SHOPPING  CENTRE  Gibsons, B.C.  LANGDALE HEIGHTS  VIEW LOTS: 3.lots sold last  week. Now only 7 left. 79'x  135'. $2250 and $2350. Easy  terms.  886-2481  2 acres on Highway 101  with grand view. Cleared and  access road, $10,000. 5 acres on  North Road, $J>,r>00. 5 acres on  Chamberlin Road, $7,000, 10  acres on Reid Road, $11,000  All good holding property  close to Gibsons.  886-2481  Give your wife n LOT for  Christmas.  880-2481  * WATERFRONT, Gower Pt���  Level with beach, ",0"x200\  Has 2 bedroom cabin including stove and fridge.  800-2481  ROBERTS CREEK. New  real nice* and well constructed  2 bedroom home; with large  living room, Utility. Needs  some  finishing Inside. $20,000.  8110-2-181  (GIBSONS lots. Abbs Ihmd  $41100, Sargent Road, $1500.  Gibsons lU-lghts, HIHcrosI Rd,,  $2200, Gibsons  Hluff, $0001).  1100-2481  WATERFRONT, Gibum...  Village, Terrific view, good  moorago and beach. $1)000,  .11.0-2401  An- you thinking of sollln*,?  List your property with Unpeople thai sell,  .Tuck White  800-203")  Ken  Crosby  IIHII-20DH  Jay Visser  11.15-2:100  nun:'.-:.  BLOCK BROS. REALTY LTD.  ���   YOUR SUNSHINE COAST SPECIALISTS   ���  COME INTO OUR NEW CATALOGUE���LIST NQW  PHONE COLLECT:  Mr. D. Good ��� 688-8796 or 736-5933  Mr, G. Knowles ��� 291-2881 or 298*0541 evenings  and sliding doors to patio.  Bright spacious kitchen with  avocado counters and matching dish washer. Wall to wall  carpeting throughout. Two  vanity bathrooms wilh sunshine yellow fittings. This  better than new home has  many other features too numerous to list. Realistically  priced  with excellent  terms. .  ROBERTS CREEK ��� Large  lot 80x200' fully serviced and  cleared ready for buildng. Just,  a stones throw to the beach.  Full Price $3,500.  9Vs acres beautifully treed  with gentle slope to the south.  650 feet fronting on road, close  to highway. Ea\cellent sub-division potential. Full price  $12,500,  "BAYVIEW* ��� Sargeant  (North-West) Bay���New waterfront development!! Magnificent waterfront and view lots  with superlative salmon fishing at your doorstep. Limited  number of lots available in  this choice location close to  Sechelt Village with all facilities. Act NOW and secure the  Best of two worlds.  PENDER HABOUR���Large  fully serviced view lots only  200 feet to safe moorage. Located in the centre of Pender  Harbour the hub of scenic  boating waters and fabulous  sports fishing. Priced from  $3,500.  For full  details  call  Frank  Lewis 886-9900 at the office of  Exclusive Agent:  FINLAY REALTY LTD.    ,  88G-9900 936-1444  Gibsons Coquitlam  5584-52  . MacGREGOR PACIFIC  REALTY LTD.  ROBERTS CREEK ��� Modern 2 bedroom home on 6.28  acres, good lor subdivision,  fronis on two roads, on permanent water supply: $22,500  F.P.  WANTED acreages small or  large: also urgently need waterfront in the Roberts Creek  area, also acreages with older  type homes in secluded .-.rcas.  SEAVIEW ESTATES: Gibsons. A small modern subdivision with all underground  services, cablevision, close to  school and shopping; only 7  lots left; a perfect place to  build your dream home, for  retirement, has a beautiful  view of Keats Island nnd the  Gulf of Georgia. Prices from  $4500 up.  Gibsons: Large city lot suitable for duplex or; central location. $5,000 FP,  30' Wotcrfront; Level to  beach, all -*ervi..\*i, on paved  road, Central location, Gibsons,   F.P.   $7,000.  SELMA PARK & DAVIS  BAY: 'Beautiful High Level  lots; cleared wllh view of tho  Gulf of Georgia, nil services,  ideal retirement or cottage  sites, close to beach, fishing,  golf and shopping. Marina  near by: $4200 Terms.  LISTINGS WANTED: Let  un help you sell your house,  ,lot, acreage or wotcrfront  properties ~- We have client:,  with cash, for all types of properties on the .Sunshine Coast;  Call us for any advice on your  real estate needs:  WK.ST SKCHRLTi Retire-  ment Investment; close to  bench, houso presently rented  at $100 month; property could  he divided Into .'I lot.-.; Ideal  location for coiinlry .store: F.P,  $111,500, Terms,  MACGREGOR PACIFIC  REALTY LTD.  John L, I.liK-1. ��� Gibsons. BC  0110*72*14  or  II.II1-7..HI,  Jack   Andor-u-n   Selma   Pail,,  B.C,  11115-2:12:1 or llll."i-2()5:t,  Vancouver   Direct   Line;  .).i!i-:n:i;t  50113.2  SECLUDED,  WELL ELEVATED  VIEW PROPERTY  Lane   access,   year   round  creek, clear title.  HALL for rent, Wilson Creek  Community    Hall.    Contact  Mrs.    Diane   Anderson,    885-  2385. 5455-tfn  HIGHWAY & waterfront cottage,    Halfmoon    Bay.    By  week or month. Ph. 885-9534.  5612-2  VACANT   furnished   bachelor  suite on beach, $55. Deposit  $110. Ph. 112-688-8796 br 112-  922-2498. . 5659-3  FURNISHED waterfront home  at  Pender  Harbour.   Phone  112-731-5050. 5653-3  FURNISHED  3 room cottage.  Suit   middle  age  or  retired  couple.  885-9098. 5637-2  CENTRALLY located suite in  Gibsons, furnished, utilities  included. Suitable for clean  quiet middle aged working  gentleman.  Ph. 886-7267.  5663-2  COTTAGE for rent, $60 mth.  Ph.   885-2100. 5664-2  WEST  Sechelt,   waterfront   4  room     unfurnished     house.  $115 month, middle age persons  only.  885-2253.       5672-2  cat. Friendly named Co-Co.  Reward of $25 offered, Please  call Mrs. Ingef' "Nielson 886-  2G01, Dr. Perry 886-7313 or  Mrs. M. Freer 886-2555. Co-Co  belong.-, to Chris _. Margie  Christ ienson  of  Langdale.  5436-tfn  PETS  THREE year old female poodles. Black toy & white miniature. $30 each. Ph. 885-9797.  5607-4  PLATINUM   silver   toy   male  poodle. 3.L* months, innocu-  lated. $00. Ph. 885-9797.  5608-4  FOR SALE (Continued)  -TOR ElectrolUX supplies phone  885-9474. -      47694fn  .IACQUES   antiques.   Sechelt.  20';;   off all  antiques  until  Christmas. Ph. 883-2331. '  5GG0-3  ELECTIJOLUX   polisher   and  shampoocr, 3 sets, of brushes  and buffer.*.. As new, $125. Ph.  886-7031. 5566-52  FIREPLACE    WOOD.    Alder  $20 a cord, split, delivered,  stacked.   Carl   &   Tom.   885-  .9705. 5639-4  WESTINGIIOUSE electric  range $125. Garbage burner,  heater.  $75.  886-2546.    5645-3  1970    399  " Olympic    Skidoo,  trailer   &   cover.   Ph.   8_G-  7561.  5646-3  LIVESTOCK  FOR SALE one *,_ Arab-Pal-  amino gelding, $300.'One **.  Arab-Palamino mare in foal  to reg. Arab stallion, $400. Also heavv breed old hens. $1  each. 886-2051. 560.1-3  FOR SALE  MOBILE HOMES  150,000  MOBILE HOME SPACES available, nice central loca.ion,  handy to all facilities. Only 5  spaces left. Sundance Trailer  Court. Box 550, Sechelt, B.C.  Phone 885-2842 or 885-9646.  5623-2  Box 310, Sechelt, B.C.  -5587-tfn  EWART McMYNN  REALTY ���& INSURANCE  Multiple Listing Service  Box 238, Gibsons, B.C.  Member  Vancouver Real Estate Board  PHONE 886-2248  Notary Public  GIBSONS VILLAGE: Clean  neat, two bedroom home, on  level landscaped lot. Close to  beach, boat launching, shops  and Post Office. Attractively  panelled living room with  W-W carpet. Garage, driveway, sundeck and utility room.  This is a comfortable well  kept home. Most suitable for  a retired couple. Full price  $14,700  with  $5,000  down.  ROBERTS CREEK: New  two bedroom house in an attractive woodland setting. Lot  size is approx. one acre. Good  stream thru property. Ample  water supply. Hydro and  phone. F. P. $17,000.  GIBSONS VILLAGE: Well  situated retirement home. A  compact, (app. 900 sq. ft.) one  CARS & TRUCKS  1965   VOLKSWAGEN,  rebuilt  motor, new paint, new tires.  885-2341 after 6:30 p.m.  5601-3 c  VOLKSWAGEN  1968 Deluxe Sedan, low mileage,   radio,   good   tires,   new  condition.  $1350.  Phone 885-9654  5631-tfn  1968 CUTLAS Supreme, bucket seat, 350 cc. Read  de-  fogger.   Low   mileage.   $2295.  Ph.   112-883-2528. 5652-3  BOATS & ENGINES  9 HP Briggs Stratton marine.  Completely   overhauled,   in  A-l   condition.   Ready   to   go.  $175. Ph.  885-9366 eves.  5605-tfn  34 FT. cod holler. "Susan D"  120 HP engine in top condition "A" license. Cash offers.  Write Mrs. Florence Wiftiams,  Egmont P.O. 5651-3  NEW 17' K. & C.  With   115   HP   Evinrude,   fiill  house type top. Depth sounder, extras. Cruises over 30 kn.  A   $4000.00   value   for   only  THE TIMES Bookstore, Sechelt has a good selection of  Canadiana Reference & hobby books. Also classic paperbacks. Govt, books include  Birds of Canada. $12.50. Gazetteer of Canada. $7.50. Phone  385-9054. 5417-48  IF IT'S suits ��� it's" Morgans.  885-9330, Sechelt, B.C.  8893-tfn  SELECTIVE gifts for Xmas���  Amy's  Pottery,  West  Sechelt. Ph. 885-2170. 5056-3  PAPER back editions of The  \     Forsythe     Chronicles,      by  John Galsworthy,  $3.10. Also  Chilcotin Holiday by Paul St.  Pierre,   $5.95.   This   is   B.C..  $1.90.   All   make  ideal  books  for xmas gifts. Available at  0 The Times Bookstre, Sechelt.  885-9654. 5564-2  NEW Coleman oil stove and  quantity of new pipe. Reasonable. Phone 885-9860.     5635-2  SEASONED dry Alder wood.  fireplace   length/delivered,  $18 cord. Ph.  886-9988. 56113  ZENITH 21 inch portable TV  & stand. As new, $125; Ph.  883-2533. 5622-1  SIMPLICITY wringer washer  good condition. Ph. 886-2978.  5606-1  MUSKRAT jacket, size 12, $75.  Mink  jacket,   12. $175.  886-  2932. 5607-1  MARLIN   De-luxe   .330   with  scope, sling etc. As new $100.  Also .38 Smith & Wessen snub  nose  revolver,   as   new  $100.  LANDSCAPING,   Fence   post  hole   drilling.   Garden  ploughing. Ph. 886-7126.  5643-3  1970 HONDA 450 Scrambler;  new 4 hp & 9Vs hp Johnson  O.B.. demo 20 hp Johnson,  used 3 hp Johnson: King tune-  Up Machine with scope; Coates 10-10 Tire Machine; 25 Ton  Press; Assortment of Garage  Equipment  &   Tools;   Rubber  2 man boat; oars: oarlocks;  new IHC Truck; used ears.  Phone 885-2842 or 885-9646.  5676-2  THREE drawer chest. Wringer type washing machine.  Bridge lamp. Table lamp. Desk  lamp. Occasional - table. Misc.  dishes. Ph. 886-7195.      5666-2  MOVING ��� Must sell, household furniture, including  single beds, sofa and chairs,  man's bike, chest of drawers  & misc. items. Ph. 886-2569.  " 5671-2  WATER pump���- Single piston. Belt drive. *2 .years old.  $75.  Ph.  886-2087. .        5673-2  3 YEAR old Inglis auto washer.   Propane   floor   furnace.  Mink stole. 886-2977.     5674-4  FLEETWOOD console T.V. 25  inch  black   &  white.  Good  condition,   $100.   Ph.   885-2067  after 6 p.m. 5662-2  LEGAL NOTICES  NOTICE TO CREDITORS  Estates of the following deceased: James GLANCY late  of Madeira Park, Pender Harbour. Louise MORIN, late of  R.R. 1, Pender Harbour, Mel-  vin WISER, late of Halfmoon  Bay, B.C.  Creditors and others having  claims against the said estate  are hereby required to send  them duly verified, to the  PUBLIC TRUSTEE, 635 Burrard Street, Vancouver 1, B.C.,  One year old 21   Plullpspo-, ^      h      3 f Jjm.  ��� iS1!J,7 Wllh sla"d*.S12-0fi f.   .uary.   1971.  after  which  date  m-2905- 5(^*1    the assets of the said Estates  will be distributed, having regard only to claims that have  been  received.  "ARTEX Roll On Embroidery  Paint" for something to  help pass long winter months  indoors. Join the Artex Family,  we'd   love  to   have   you.  B.R. house located on a quiet    $2995.00. Trailer optional, $575.    Contact Artex Instructor. Myr-  residcntial street, centrally located.    Excellent    view.    F.P.  $14,750. Terms may be arranged.  Gibsons: Near new three-  bedroom home with an extra  large 16' x 23' living-room and  a 12' x 20' rec. room in a full,  basement. Thi.s I.s a good buy  at $26,900.  '' Gibsons: O-T three-bedroom  home near all facilities on a  lovely view * lot. All electric  ond a large rumpus room.  Asking price only $15,500 with  a low down payment of $0,500.  Try offers,  LISTINGS WANTED  Vince Prewer 886-9359  Wally Peterson 886-2877  Lorrlo Girard        886-7760  Box 230, Gibsons, B.C.  5000-2  NEW 14' K. & C  With 40 HP el. $1931. With 00  HP $2195.  USED  16' 4"  K. &  C.  THERMOGLASS  80 HP electric Mercury, New  Upholstery,   Ride-guide  steer-  ing. $1050,  MECHANICS' SPECIAL  50 HP Viking, $275;  Controls  avail. $50.  MADEIRA MARINA  at Ponder Harbour  Phone 883*2266  tie Alexander, General Delivery, Madeira Park, B.C. Phone  883-2551. Hurry! order Christmas  items soon. 5617-4  MARINE ACCESSORIES  Paint ��� Fibreglass ��� Rope -  Canvas ��� Boat Hardware  Compressed air service for  skindivers air tanks.  Skindivers available for  salvage work,  WALT NYGREN SALES  LTD.  Phone 800-930_, Gibsons, B.C.  1.300-tfn  CLINTON W. FOOTE  PUI^IC TRUSTEE  5603-pub. Dec, 2, 9, 16, 23, 1970  5511-51  FOUND  YOUNG, male   cat.   Friendly  grey tabby with white vest,  front   paws  &:   hind   legs.   Ph.  ��n.1-22��l. 5077-2  64 LOT  MADEIRA PARK SUBDIVISION  Tho best laroo vlow lots In Pcndor Harbour���ovorlooklno tho  Horbour and Gulf, closo to stores ond schools���thesa Iota con  bo purchased with o very low down payment and payments  as low os $35 per month.  230* Watorfront Motel sito In Pcndor Harbour���$18,000.  98' Waterfront lor at Pendor Harbour���$7000.  Vi Aero soml-watorfront lot at Earl Covo���$3000,  130'1 Waterfront, Pcndor Harbour, only $500.00 dawn payment  required.  6Mt Acres, Madeira Pork,  1100' frontago on Hlohwoy���-$Q000.  10 Aero*), Earl Covo, open to offer.  I %k Aero vlow lot, Madeira Park���$4500,  "Many othor view and neml-wotorfront lots from $3000 to $0000,  Terms avalloblo on above proporth:-.,  Discount for Cash,  OLLI SLADEY  Madeira Park, B,C,  Phono Pondor Harbour 883-2233  Member of the Multiple Listing Servico  SECHELT AGENCIES LID.  ROBERTS CREEK No. 1799  Over five acres of ocean view property, partly cleared with somo  fruit trees, Good future subdivision potential, Has two bedroom  loq houso, cosy and warm, about 040 sq. foot, recently roflnlshecl  wilh panollnn and wallpaper. Fireplace, ample elec, circuits,  double SA> sink, doublo water supply, separate utility shed, For  more details phono Don Hodden,  605-950-1,  GARDEN BAY ROAD    , No, 1799  5 bedroom homo, approx, 6'_ acres, creek borders property,  arable land, All furnishings included. Groat for largo family wallow down payment of $6,000,00, Full prlco $18,000,00. Call  Peter Smith, 085-9-163.  ROBERTS CREEK " No, 1609  Excellent location On paved rood���bus route���regional woter line,  Spacious view lot, Nowly renovated throo bedroom homo. Family  llvlnfl room <3Im1 5>, llroploco, Now cabinet kitchen. Utility room  wilh waslf-r and dryor hookup, Reasonable ol $16,9900���-terms,  Call C, R. Go|herco|o( 606-7015.  DAVIS BAY  No, 1790  2 Bedroom houso on woterlront at new low prlco $14,500,00.  Will carry $6,000.00 ot 6%. Hoatalotor Flreploro Lorgo front  room ond lot Is 60x150. Call Dob Kent lor this |ust steps to beach  homo. 0I15-9<161,  ASK FOR OUR FREE CATALOGUE oTreal ESTATE  Box  128, Secholt  AGENCIES LTD.  Phono 885-2235  Mi@IPI.U_ WBTIH1 TOftiS CLASS Halfmoon Bay Happenings  Valid document ���. ��  PUBLIC consciousness is apparently increasing because while at the last  Regional District flection no candidate  could be found ��� for Area B (Halfmoon.  Bay-West Sechelt), on this occasion, with  an election scheduled for December 12th  there are three candidates in the running. Thoy are Miss Rita Rolf of Frances  Avenue, H."R. Holgate of Welcome Beach  and Clifford Thorold of West Sechelt.  All three candidates have received a  personal invitation . to attend a public  meeting at the Welcome Beach Hall on  Wednesday, December 9 at 8 p.m. so that  the electors will have the Welcome Beach  Hall on Wednesday, December 9 at 8  p.m. so that the electors will have a  chance to meet the candidates and hear  something of their j.ims and policies.  At the polls on December 12, property  owners will also be asked to vote on  whether they wish ihe Regional District  Board lo supply water to the area. Anybody requiring transportation to the polls  can telephone Hugh G. Duff (885-9506)  in  the  Halfmoon  Bay  area   and  M.  A.  SUNSHINE COAST  GOSPEL CHURCH  (Undenominational)  Sunday School ��� 10:00 a.m.  Church Service ��� 11:15 a.m.  Evening Servico 7:30 p.m.  ^PASTOR REV. S. CASSELLS  Davis Bay Road and Arbutus  (2 blockinp from Highway)  JESUS THE LIGHT OF THE WORLD  PENDER HARBOUR     -  TABERNACLE  Sunday School 9:45 a.m.  Service II a.m.  Madeira Park���883-2374  The United Church of Canada  SERVICES  St. John's United Church ��� Davis Bay  Sunday Services - 9:30 o.m,  Roberts Creek United  Sunday Services - 2:30 p.m.  Gibsons United Church  Sunday Services - 11:15 p.m.  Port Mellon United  Sundoy Services - 7:30 pjn.  (2nd and 4th Sundays)  Ministry  Rev. Jim Williamson - Gibsons - 886-2333  THE ANGLICAN CHURCH  OF CANADA  SERVICES  St. Hilda's, Sechelt. Family Eucharist 9:30  o.m. (2nd and.4th Sunday). Holy Eucharist  every Sunday at 8 a.m.; 9:30 a.m. (1st and  3rd). Every Thursday at 10 a.m. Evensong  at 7:30 p.m. (2nd and 4th Sunday).  St. Mary's, Garden Boy. Holy Eucharist���  11:30 a.m. (1st and 3rd Sunday).  Egmont.  Holy  Eucharist���2 p.m.   1st and  3rd Sunday).  Church of His Presence���Redrooffs. Evensong���3   p.m.   ever   2nd   Sunday,    Holy  Eucharist���3  p.m. every 4th Sunday.  Priest���Rev. D. Popple, Sechelt 885-9793.  Baptist Chuch Services  BETHEL BAPTIST CHURCH  Mermaid and Trail, Sechelt  Sunday School 10:00 a.m.  Morning Worship 11:15 a.m.  CALVARY BAPTIST CHURCH  Park Rd., Gibsons  Sunday School 9:45 am.'  Evening Worship 7:00 p.m.  Pastor, Robert Allaby  (886-2932)  A WARM WELCOME AWAITS  YOU.  ���by Mary Tinkley  Loren) Shaw. (885-2002) in the West Sechelt area.  FILM SERIES  Thursday, December 10 is the dato for  the nest film programme in the series  "The Lands or our Forefathers". The programme will include a series ot films  depicting Christmas in Germany, which  are shown by courtesy of Ihe German  Consulate. Time end place, Welcome  Beach Hall, 7.30 p.m. sharp.  CHRISTMAS PARTY  A Christmas party for the children of  the Halfmoon Bay area up to and including Nor'West Bay and Secret Cove will  be held at the Welcome Beach Hall on  Sunday, December 1.1 at 6 p.m. and will  be sponsored by the Halfmoon Bay Recreation Commission. Refreshments will  be served. The Commission has also sent  out invitations for a teenager's smorgasbord dinner on December 22nd at G p.m.  at the Welcome "Beach Hall.  All teenagers in Ihe area should advise  Mrs. A. J. Rutherford. (88S-9G72) not later  than December 12ih if they intend to be  present.  IN BRIEF  Halfmoon Bay has been .lucky with  weather so far this year, with only slight  snowfalls which have quickly disappeared, but many residents are thinking of  trip3 to. warmer climats. One of the lucky  ones is Mrs. Mary Wa|ker who is flying  this week to Hawaii where she. plans  to spend Christmas. Also heading the  same way in a few days is Don Ross who  recently underwent eye surgery in Vancouver.  Tho Guy Clear home at Seacrcst,  usually a haven of peace ahd qufeC was  more like Grand Central Station one day  recently. The whole excitement started  when a car containing two Vancouver  men, their wives and a baby, stuck on  the road leading down to Jim Cooper's  beach property. A Sechelt truck which  went down to their help also got stuck.  It eventually took almost all the resources  of Halfmoon Bay and some from/Sechelt  to rescue the car and truck. Involved were  Roy Doyle, Andy Hansen, Cunningham's  wrecker and another wrecker from Sechelt. The Clear's telephone was kept  busy for hours and the two women and  baby from the Vancouver car enjoyed the  hospitality of the Clear home. It was  Andy Hansen's cat which eventually rescued the stranded vehicles at 8 a.m. the  following, morning, but Andy himself  nearly got stuck in a ditch while loading  the cat back on to his truck on the Redrooffs Road. All is now peaceful again  at Clear Castle.  Local members attend  group Annual Retreat  ANNUAL Retreat of the Breakfast  Groups for Christian Fellowship International Christian Leadership, was  held at Harrison Hot Spring Hotel during  the weekend Nov. i3 to."15. Members of  Groups from Washington, and South, ialso  from Vancouver were present.  Two members of the Gibsons Breakfast Group attended and enjoyed a period  of impressive and helpful Christian Fellowship. It was also* attended by many  wives of Members ably led by Mrs. Warren Berry from Seattle.  Dr. Krebbs again gave some stirring  addresses relating vital Christianity to  modern living. "The Cry for Light" being his subject.  An outstanding message was given by  Mr. AVil Wilding, a Vancouver architect,  and a very clear convincing narrative of  how God directed Christian operation in  business will work and was manifested  by actual physical results in a large Real  Estate deal,  Other oustanding men heard from  were In the persons of Mr. Ansoll Johnson, of Seattle, Mr. "Bus" Berry, Seattle,  representative of the "Dunn and Brad-  street" organization, Seattle. Any man  who might bc interested in trying out the  Local Breakfast call 080-0331.  /**�� aajiaa  ���^-^iv^^W^te^Q********-.,,-ww���. ��-"W\ "f'v  "H  1.  5_-.C-K.ELT AGENCIES DATE PAD  * This freo reminder of coming events Is o service of SECHELT AGENCIES  LTD. Phono Penlnsulo Times direct (or frco listings, specifying "Data  Pod". PIcqso note that space Is limited and somo advance dates may  have to -wait their turn; also that this Is a "reminder" listing only and  cannot always carry full details.  IrVVfltVtflMUVWl^^  Dec, 9���B p,m, Welcome Beach Hall, Area B, Public Mcetlno, Regional  Board election.  Dec.   9���0   p.m.   Sechelt   Leoion   Hall,   OlnQO,  Dec, 10���7:30 p,m, Welcome Beach Hall. Film Show. Xmas In Germany  Dec,  10���-10 o.m. Official Opening Troll Bay Ccntro, Sechelt.  Dec.   10���0  p.en,  Roberts Creek  Community  Hall,   R,C,  Comm A*-sn,  Meeting.  Dec, 10���10 a,m, Trail Bay Shopping Contra Sechelt, Latter Day Saints,  Boiaar, lUimmanr** ond Homo Baking,  Dec,   11���-From 9 p.m, Gibsons Legion Hall, Timber Trail Dance,  Dec,  12���8 o.m, lo 0 p.m, Polk open for Villago, Regional and School  Board elections.  Dec, 12���8 pm, Roberts Creek Community Hall, Totem Benefit Bingo,  Dec, 12*���8:30 p.m. Wilson Creek Hall, Dance* & Buffet Supper.  Dec, H 7;30 p.m, Golf & Country Club, Card night, bridge & crlbbago  Dec,   14���Health Centre Gllnons. O.A.P.O,  Branch 38  Regular Mtn.|  Dec,  15���2 p,m, Si, Hilda'-. A.C.W, Annual Meeting In Parish Holl.  Dec. 17   -Irom 10:30 o.m, Mrs.. Bennle's rosldonco. Polnl Rood, Hopkins  Landing. Cup ol Milk Fund Cof*-'o Party,  Dec.   20���2  p.m.   Sechelt  Legion Hall,   Branch   M0 Children's  Xmas  Parly,  ASK FOR OUR FREE CATALOGUE  OF REAL ESTATE  Multlplo Kiting Servlca  Vancouver Rool Citato  Ooard  REAL ESTATE  INSURANCES  AGENCIES UK  Box 128, Sechelt, B.C.  BYLAW designed to control such things  as "rock" festivals was given final  reading at last meeting of the regional  board and is so designed that likelihood  of a mass orgy, as experienced1 in many  other communities, will certainly not be  possible.  The bylaw is similar to that prepared  for Surrey., and declared valid by the  Supreme Court following an appeal.  Applicable to all gatherings where  more than 1,000 people are expected to  attend anywhere within the Sunshine  Coast regional district, it does not include  areas within  municipalities.  Any such gathering will call for  notice to be given in writing to the  owner oi* occupier oi the land upon which  the event i.s slated, by the board, requesting application for a permit to hold  such a special event, and to comply wilh  the bylaw. This application will have  to be in the hands of the board secretary-  treasurer not less than 45 days before the  first day upon which the event is to be  held.  The application must alsa be accompanied by written approvals required in  Clauses 3, 4, 5 and 0 of the bylaw. These  are:  (3) Written approval from registered  owner or occupier of the land.  (4) application to be accompanied by  a letter from the medical health officer  for the Coast Garibaldi area certifying  ���that- adequate arrangements have been  made for domestic water supply, toilet  facilities, garbage collection and removal,  food and drink storage, (dispensing and  The Peninsula Times Page A-3  Wednesday, December 9, 19.70        i ���  -      i    -     mn- ii- r ir   i  i- inn   ir'TT-ii1. ���--    ������    -  -   , -�� ���  use,  public health   facilities,  emergency  medical facilities. ���  (5) Written evidence from the NCO  in charge of the RCMP detachment that  .ndequate arrangements havo been made  for: parking of automobiles, internal security on the site, traffic control including access routes far emergency vehicles,  location of police command station at  or near the site (if deemed advisable by  . RCMP), any requirements deemed advisable by the RCMP. NCO.  (6) The applicant shall submit written  evidence from the local assistant to the  fire marshall that adequate fire protection arrangements have been made.  All such applications have to be submitted to the regional board for approval  and the board reserves the right to refuse  any application or to ploce restrictions'  on permits granted. The board may also  require the applicant to post a cash bond  sufficient to cover obligations undertaken by thc applicant.  Contravention of the bylaw constitutes an offence punishable under provisions of the Summary Convictions Act.  ^mimm^^^mi  WotoeJ4otJ���  V-..*,l. .-..d'*. ^..J1*  Sunshine Coast Highway  ' Gibsons  Finest Accommodation  Most Moderate Prices  Complete Catering for  Commercial Crews  Cablevision  W/W Carpeting  Private Bath with Shower  Fully Modern Kitchen Units also  available.  YOU'LL FIND IT BEST- AT  "THE SUNNYCREST"  Telephone 886-7218  ART SUJP1PUES  Telephone* 886-2069  ROSE & ART ENTERPRISES  Pottery, Supplies, classes & firing  dealer for Duncan's Ceramic products  Pine Rd. _. Grand view. Avo.  P.O. Box 62, Gibsons, B.C -  BLASTING  CONTROLLED BLASTING  ALL WORK INSURED  FREE ESTIMATES  FRED DONLEY  Pender Harbour -883-2403  WATER SURVEY SERVICES  For Expert Blasting  FREE ESTIAAATES  Phone 885-2304 or 886-2945  R.R. 1, Seehell*, B.C.  BUILDERS  G. CROWTHER  * CARPENTER *  For All Types of Carpentry Work  call 883-2746  R.R.  1, Madeira Park, B.C.  Free Estimates - Fast Service  G & W DRYWALL  Drywall acoustic and textured ceilings.  Now serving Gibsons area and the Peninsula.  Phone 884-5315  Box 166, Port Mellon, B.C.  JOURNEYMAN BUILDER  ��� EXPERT FINISHING .*���  Alterations - Additions - Kitchen and  Bathrooms a Specialty  RAY CRAWSHAW  RR 1, Sechelt, B.C. - Phone 885-2198  PENINSULA STUCCO & DRY-WALL  All Kinds of Concrete Work  Albert Ronnbcrg 886-2996  CUSLED.r.G RflAlflSTEfMIICE  JOHNSON'S  BUILDING MAINTENANCE  Speclall_lno In:  Paper Hanging, Interior &j��xtcrlor decorating,  Rug Cleaning. All types of Building  Maintenance. Floor Installation.  Window Cleaning.  PHONE 885-9715 AFTER 4 P.M.  Box 642 - Sechelt, B.C.  1  BBJ.US.MG. SUPPLIES  READY-MIX CONCRETE AND  BUILDING SUPPLIES  Your Ono Stop Building Store  For All Your Building Needs  GIBSONS BUILDING SUPPLIES LTD.  1653 Seaview - Phone 886-26*12  BUY DIRECT FROM MILL  $0 DOWN. TERMS AVAILABLE.  Cut oil sizes. Timber and Plank, Dimensional  Lumber   and   Plywood,   Wo   deliver   on   lho  Sunshino Coast.  Check Our Prices Boforo Buying.  TRANS. PACIFIC MILLS LTD.  1349 Mitchell Road, Richmond, B.C,  Phono 321-2388  TWIN CREEK LUMBER  BUILDING SUPPLIES LTD.  Dial 886-2808  When You Need Building Supplies  Give Us A Call  FREE ESTIMATES  mmm ������������^���-���������ini    m*mmm0000mmmmi~**m>\\twmMm"<mtm\iim.um. ���i  CABINET -..AC.EE.S   OCEANSIDE FURNITURE 8,  CABINET SHOP  Hardwood Spt-clnllsis - Flno Custom Furniture  Storo ond Restaurant Fixture*  Furnituro Repairs  Custom Designed Kitchen* and Bathrooms  In oil prlco ranges,  R BIRKIN  Poach Avo,, Roberts Creel**, D.C,  Phono 886-2551  CONTRACTORS  \   , ���}./>,-.J  "aaFaaaa^aaVa^aa-F*^ aa__a��__aa.  ^'^^-^^y^mk^^��^%ffS^''  -^w**^-^*****^^ .  Your Business Card  In this space will  reach nearly 10,000 people!  Low cost - High power  COAST BACKHOE & TRUCKING  LTD.  Fill, Cement-Gravel, Drain 'Rock, etc.  Box 89, Madeira Park   Phone 883-2274  STUCCO  Old Homes A Specialty  GAMBIER CONSTRUCTION  Stucco & Masonry Contractor  FRANK FRITSCH  Phone 886-9505  Box 522 - Gibsons, B.C.  L & H SWANSON LTD.  READY-MIX CONCRETE  Sand and Gravel-Backhoe.  Ditching - Excavations  OFFICE IN BENNER BLOCK  885-9666, Box 172, Sechelt, B.C.  Land Clearing. Land Development*  Road Building. Road Work  Call  OSBORNE LOGGING CO. LTD.  Box 189, Sechelt, B.C.  Phone 885-9767  P K RENTALS  Madeira Park, B.C.  Gravel - Fill - Top Soil - Bulldozing  Loader - Backhoe - Trucks  Phone 883-2240  PHONE 885-9550  RON'S CONTRACTING  Clearing - Excavations - Road Building  Grading - Fill - Road Gravel - Crushed Rock  Phone: Sechelt 885-9550  ELECTRICAL   LIGHTING PLANTS  Rental or Rental Purchase Plan.  1500 WAH or 5000 or larger on request.  ENQUIRE AT  THE RENTAL SHOP  885-2848 or "885-2151  Davis Bay, B.C. ,  ELECTRICIANS  ACTON ELECTRIC LTD.  Residential - Industrial and Marino Wiring  Electric Heot - Line Work  Phono 886-7244  bill McPhedran  electrical contractor  Free Estimates  Phono 886-7477 - Gibsons, B.C.  FUEL  HAIRDRESSER  C  anadian  p  ROPANE  Serving tho Sunshino Const with rollablo and  economical Cooking, Heating and Hot Wator.  FREE ESTIAAATES  Phono 885-2360  Wharf and Dolphin - Secholt, B.C.  S-wRNIE WIDMAN  tj_m       for all your  ,SSO PRODUCTS  IMPERIAL ESSO DEALER  Phono 883-2663  Madeira Park, B.C.  For Your Fuel Supplies  ��� DANNY WHEELER  your  IMPERIAL ESSO AGENT  086-9663 - Hopkins Landing  'FURNACES    PARKINSON'S HEATING LTD.  GIBSONS  ESSO OIL FURNACES  No clown payment - flnnk Interest  Ten y_or* to pay  Complcto lino of appliances  For freo estIraoto���-Call 086-2720  ANN'S COIFFURES  in the Bal Block  Next to the Co-op Store  Gibsons 886-2322  HEATING 8k SHEET.METAL  HALL SHEET METAL  Domestic - Commercial - Industrial  Telephone 885-9606  Box 164, Sechelt, B.C.  TILLICUM HEATING & SHEET  METAL  OIL - ELECTRIC & GAS  No down payment  Phone 885-9494  JANITOR SERVICE  Welcome to The Floorshihe Coast  HOWE SOUND  JANITOR SERVICE  Specialists in Cleaning - Floor Waxing  Spray Buffing - Window Cleaning  REASONABLE RATES  KEN C. STRANGE  Phone 886-7131 - Gibsons, B.C.  3ACHINE SHOP  At the Sign of the Chevron ,  HILL'S MACHINE SHOP  & MARINE SERVICE LTD.  Machine Shop -��� Arc and Acty Welding  Steel Fabricating ��� Marine Ways  Automotive and Marine Repairs  Standard Marine Station       ��>  Phono 886-7721       Res. 886-9956, 886-9326  IVIARINAS  _.���.��-���_.<��,_.,,..<�����.< ��� ..:..,.MM.......��.,l.��r:..        ,.���     ���...      .1,.     ,       ,. _      GIBSONS MARINE SERVICE LTD.  at ESSO MARINE  Gas - Diesef Repairs - Welding \  Evinrudo Sdlcs - OMCParts & SorvlceX  Boat Hauling I  \  S,  B.C.  Phone 886-7411  Gibsons,  Madeira Marina Ltd.  Dealers for:  Evinrudo O.M.C. - K&C Thcrmoglass - Sunllncr  Spring Bok and Pioneer.  Also Plumbing Fittings and Fixtures.  Pender Harbour - Phono 883-2266  NURSERY  MACK'S NURSERY  Roberts Creek  SUNSHINE COAST HIGHWAY  Landscaping - Shrubs - Fruit Trees - Fertilizer  Dorry Plants - Bedding Plants - Peat Moss  Fully Licensed Pesticide Spraying for  Landscaping and Tree*)  Phone 886-2684  OPTOMETRIST  FRANK  E,  DECKER, OPTOMETRIST  Bal Block - Gibsons  Every Wednesday  006-2240  PLUtWRIN-Q  SEASIDE PLUMBING  Gibsons  Plumbing ��� Plpefllting - Steamflttlng  Hot Water Hoofing - Pipe Logging  FREE- ESTIMATES  Phono 8067017 oi 886-2848  RENTALS  "RENT IT AT"  THE RENTAL SHOP I  at  Davis Bay  "Wo Rent Almost  Everything"  005-2840 or cv. 805-2151  EARLS COVE RESTAURANT  Open 9 a.m. to the last Ferry  Home Cooked Canadian and  European Dishes  JOE AND MARY FRASER  RETAIL STORES   C & S HARDWARE  SECHELT, B.C.  APPLIANCES - HARDWARE  HOME FURNISHINGS  Phone 885-9713  HOWE SOUND 5-10-15c STORE  1589 Marine - Gibsons - 886-9852  Everything from Needles to  School Supplies  TASELLA SHOPPE  Ladies' - Men's - Children's Wear  Yard Goads - Bedding - Linens  Dial 885-9331 - Sechelt, B.C.  THE TOGGERY  Ladies' and Children's Wear  Open six days a vvcek  Phone 885-2063  Cowrie Street, Sechelt  SEWING MACHINES  Bernina & Omega  Sales, Parts, Service  UNSHINE  EWING  > ERVICE  FREE HOME DEMONSTRATION  REPAIRS AND SERVICE ON ALL MAKES  Mrs. Mora Havies - 885-9740  SURVEYORS  ROY & WAGENAAR  B.C- Land Surveyors  Marine Building - Porpoise Bay  Sechelt, B.C.  885-2332 or ZEnith 6430  TAXI  HARBOUR TAXI LTD.  Harbour Motors  Shell, Gas and OH and Repairs.  24 Hour Taxi and Wrecker Service.  Garden Bay Rd., Pender Harbour B.C.  Tel: 883-2414  TIRES  COASTAL TIRES  Sunshino Coast Highway  Bon 13, Gibsons, B.C. - Phono 886-2700  SALES AND SERVICE  All Brands Available  Monday to Saturday 8:30 a,m, to 5:30 p.m.  Friday evening by appotntiriont only.  TOWIMG  Scows .��� Log*  SECHELT TOWING & SALVAGE  LTD.  Hoavy Equipment Moving -V Log. Towing.  L. HIGGS    ,  Phono 885-9425 "  TRANSFER  LEN WRAY'S TRANSFER  Household Moving, Pocking, Storogo  Packing Material. For Salo  Member of Allied Von Llne>\  Canada'. No, I Mover.  Phone 886-2664, R.R. 1, Gibsons, B.C.  RESORTS  HADDOCK'S CABANA MARINA  All electric cabins. Hoot rental*.,  tonnchino Romp,  Mercury Outboard Salon and Service,  Mdrlna Ways, Repair*,  083-2248 - Madolra Par!., B.C.  HANSEN'S TRANSFER LTD.  WAREHOUSES  Sechelt 885-2118 - Gibsons 886-2173  DAILV SERVICE FROM VANCOUVER  SFRVING THE SFCHfLT PENINSULA  rwrnltnrh to onywharo In Conorlo,  Of-nerol Freight, lov-brdl and heavy hauling  UPHOLSTERY   BELAIR CUSTOM UPHOLSTERY  AND DRAPERIES  ���Retiph'otstetlng - Restyling - Completo Drapery'  Service - Samples il-own In the homo  Phono 886-2050 aftor 6 p.m.  or 886-2873  \  A.."- 04  0 *K0 * *\*,0 .*h 1.0 AA A.A AM *A*�� **.*��.>*#*   ���>  AA   *S ,A. *. M at _t .<���   +. 9, 0. ^ JK 0. **. *  *  m.0^0   * ** 0*0.0 A *  ���*- -��� ir-**,.*-' ^-AA r 0~1^*"B~m'm  rf��^--f htfW* W���I1��a    ^ ���*>*��������*_-��**__-**��<-a-|  mnw'i**** ���****������������**>  ��*>WWl>-<*>-**-l��>Wa-*WMl'*����1l*l  ���V* - 0+.~J*J-J-a,<0J~fJ  il ll   >��*l" PogoA-4 Tho Ponlnsula Times  f: ??W  Around Gibsons  r>  -���by- Marion Charman  'A   DELIGHTFUL  house-warming  party  '      took place at the new home of Mr.  and Mrs. Ben Vaughn on Glassford Road.  '' Saturday  evening.  Mr. and Mrs. Walter Henry of North  Vancouver were visitors to this commun-  'ity. Henry Road was so named after Mr.  Henry's family. "Walter had left many  years ago and was much interested to  see the place again. Tlie Henrys were,  guests of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Harding  whom they had met when both couples  were vacationing at Santa Barbara, Calif-  ��� ornia, last winter.  George Day from Edmonton is guest  Commercial -Printing  VmMWHWWmm^Hnmmtlmtm^nwimmMnMVUVIfinm^.  imwmmMmgmmmmmmmmimmMmMmmimmmmmMimmmi  Doctor of Optometry  204 Vancouver Block  Vancouver, B.C.  Will be in Sechelt  ��neksy,Dec. 14  For an appointment for  eye examination phone  885-2818  ���^-Xm-Mggg^  Wednesday, December 9. 1970  of Cl>es Day and family at Roberts Creek.  Bob and Jackie Burnett and Dwayne  from Ladner visited relatives here for a  few days.  Mr. and Mrs. Paul Harding have returned from, a tour of Reno. They especially enjoyed a dinner party at the posh  King's Castle at Lake Tahoe.  Mr. Jack Day from Edminton who  was visiting Mr. and Mrs. Chester Day  has returned to the Alberta capitol.  Miss Esther Olsen from Vancouver  was a visitor with Mr. Cornelius Olsen  last week.  The home of Mr. and Mrs. -Ton- Bailey was* the scene of a jolly party on Friday afternoon in honor of the birthday  of their son Gerald. Guests at the home  of Jack and Ellen Marshall were Mary-  Ellen Marshall from North Vancouver,  also Mrs. Mulligan and Bruce Marshall  from Vancouver.  Substitute     volunteer    workers     are  , needed at Gibsons Public Library, if you  are willing to  help, please  phone  886-  9609. '  Mr. and Mrs. Don Trethewey of Nash-  waaksis. New Brunswick, are happy over  the birth of their baby daughter. Donna  Eileen, a sister for Lesley Ann. Mrs.  Pearle Trethewey of Reid Rd. is the  proud grandmother.  Seventeen were present at the home  of Mrs. Huxley Marshall on Tuesday evening last week wnen the Women's-Missionary Council of the Pentecostal Assembly held their Christmas meeting. The  ladies each brought a gift for their prayer partners. Delicious refreshments were  enjoyed.  Mrs. J. L. Myers spent a week with  friends at RcVclsloke. since her return  her cousin. EverettO Williams from Vancouver was a visitor here.  Congratulations to Mrs. Rose Hauka  of Rose and Art Enterprises on .receiving  her "Certified Ceramic Teacher" certificate from Duncan Ceramic Products Inc,  the world's largest manufacturer of ceramic hobby products. The course involved  four 2-day seminars i*n Vancouver plus  a written and practical examination.  ...   . ... \   a -  A*lA  ���**���"- X>vi  f,'0*   yfA  l'A  'OT.j,*,rt*^}'PlJ*,'P*,il*fl.l^l*,*WI'lF tJI ���'^'UBT  \,-fi    '. -<r-"-',t' >r��V   V .  fSRA^-  ���it #/ ... *  -I"*     "  * -7">y7>  '��� "���rlS<7$�� . -''V. :  a.,'  'tl- - "*.,*  jr  "Sm"S'fl*r..',  Ken Goddard  Seeking election for another term as  Alderman for the village of Gibsons,  Ken Goddard has served conscientiously and honestly during his term of  office during the past two years. He  has been active on Recreation, Health  Unit and Centennial Committees and  is deputy Mayor. Ken is a successful businessman and has devoted considerable time to Chamber of Commerce, Kinsmen and.Kiwanis.  Miss  Rita  Relf  A resident of Redrooffs, Miss Rita  Relf has an extensive knowledge of  the workings of the Sunshine Coast  Regional Board where she was a  stenographer for 4 years. Miss Relf  has been a property owner for 12  years and a permanent,, resident for  4 years. Nominated to represent area  B on the Regional Board, Miss Relf  served with the RCAF from 1941 to  1946.  ���t"**l'****45ifi*****"**"*^l^,      *** a/,   v  ,J A-* Tt; fA  nr *c  j.v,...i*aFh...-t_,*4...i:ati/....tt.i.B..Ji..rFJ,. ��� a.yA.S., ��� .......ffii.A. , .,, ......jtj .1 J* .���,.,���.<,.  X  QfoweSk  .^      REGULAR AND KINGS  --IS? _  \'\$&S��i~a\  I -^_^^^f*r**-*!i  n,ia,|n   ml 'Uii'l^i)1; naiiiiiiajimm ui  i i Inn iinfinffi. n'nflan._. i.n mif.  j-  ��� Mr. Advertiser:  These advertising  spaces   are   real  bargains for you.  Sold  on contract  only.  For details  -     \  on how to stretch  your    advertising  dollar, phone  885-9654, ask for  special ad  rates.  t^.'.-.'1.'"'.'.*.  _____���  WHISPERING PINI  ,�����' -v.r.^zwmmm  Dining Room on the Sechelt Waterfront  INTRODUCE  Their own Pressure Fried Gourmet Style Chicken  i  No Pro-Cooking, Tender and Tasty, Eat in or Take out���  Individual Dinners or Party Pack  Enquire by Phoning BB5-9769  ae������*i_9'����.1*j*j^  tUIPMENT SERVICES LTO.  ANNOUNCES THE OPENING OF A  PORTABLE STEAM CLEANING SERVICE  FOR THE SUNSHINE COAST  HANDLING HEAVY EQUIPMENT ��� AUTOMOBILES ���  COMMERCIAL AND PLEASURE BOATS ��� STUCCO HOUSES  ��� ALUMINUM HOMES AND TRAILERS.  FOR PARTICULARS AND ESTIMATES CALL 886-2704  fabric ^rwt  ottJe  Gibsons  Phono 086-7525  JJi^iw*-"' t(��*mr4��^5*J>J  Wo Now HavQ A  Complete Stoqk ol  Simplicity and  Bufternick  Patterns  a_____3__a��a-_4^jj^a_u______u_____-B-Bm  Como iit and see our  Fall and Winter  Selection,  Mr. Roy Holgate  Well-known in community affairs at  Redrooffs where he has resided since  1958, Mr. Roy. Holgate accepted  nomination to represent area B on  the Regional Board. He feels that  people should have more opportunity  to investigate proposals and believes  that public relations could stand improvement. Now retired, Mr. Holgate  has been a farmer in Saskatchewan  where he was'born and raised.  Charles Mandelkau  Charles Mandelkau accepted office as  Alderman last year to complete a  one year term. In seeking re-election  he offers the village of Gibsons a  keen sense of dedication and progressive thinking. As water works chairman lie has proved himself extremely  conscientious and is presently working toward improving water conditions where needed within the village. As a businessman tn the community he believes in getting the  very best value for the taxpayers  dollar.  ^s^, ;  ,    Mr. Cliff Thorold  Nominated to represent area B of  the Sunshine Coast Regional District,  Mr. Cliff Thorold of West Sechelt is  prepared to represent the people if  elected to the Regional Board, A community minded man, he served for  four years as a school trustee and  for the past seven years has been  chairman of the West Sechelt Waterworks. Mr. Thorold is material .foreman at Canadian Forest Products  Howe Sound Divn. at Port Mellon.  e&***_*!f��w'"*^^  K��gS��limCT^  BUCIC.KfG? - SPLITTING?  CALL  P.O. Box 64, Sechelt  Phone 885-9960  Saw or split logs around home  or building site for clearing,  firewood or haul away.  m^^m^^mm^^^m^mm^^m^mm^m^^mii^^m'm^^m^  fiMMm.wmmxmm^  N EVEN'S  RADIO & TELEVISION  dealer for:  ZENITH  FLEETWOOD  ADMIRAL  :li >:<' ;*.: :',i  BURRITT BROS.  RUGS AND CARPETS  :'t >',' i!i :'.<  FURNITURE  Ph, 886-2280 Gibsons, B.C.  p^innjiiiin[[![LnHin!L^iuini=niiinnnni[in[iniinJ('  r-_W iar.itl._i  SUNSHINE COAST REGIONAL DISTRICT  I am a candidate for election in Area "B" (Halfmoon Bay-West  Sechelt) because I think that* I can put the knowledge gained during my  service with the District since its formation to good use. During those  years I have been concerned with the problems of our local people and  thir relationship to Regional Government. If elected I have the ability  to use this knowledge.  Fifty percent of the electorate or women���surely there should be  a woman on the Regional Board.  90��i i*. -f wy i*-i****iM��<*j**-yii.?T>.ypij|ii*i*.|ti<^i  ____.1-.A_..-..���>���.__   ......  .:  . .. __ ,  fl(.  >r^jM11.j'l^iiirt^��ral|iii-li_-_-_---iii.^*  -RITA P. RELF-  j^**w��pj*-^]i..^*��*-*^^  r-g..^^,., ,_, _.������__.___���_. ..Tr..._.,.___ ft^..-*. "������*i--Vir\^-1tAnM^*hi^r1irjfiiliifilli^liwflii* -..,..--  2E2_____.  ���������*_,,._jK__*w.r:*__w.*r_.  B.C.'s Largest Ford Dealer  To Save You Time And Money  Ask for    "ERNIE" COLCLIFFE  Tell Me What You Want:  ��� A New Car  ��� A Used Car  ��� A Truck  I'll locate the unit you want and pre-arrange Finance and  Delivery to Suit You.  iiifis��iii_fi@_ffi  'U@r@iif@-3  S!*       -Jk. 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Your BAPCO PAINT  DEALER In GIBSONS  On tho Whorf - 800-9303  Quollty  I'Iomm*   ond  Morino  Point.  aajaataa*atf__-_*F��*ja_*aaaa____*wa_^_laa��W^|aaaa_.  Mr. Ait J��imo_  Known ior lil;* siwiIumI rialinon, Ail  .I*iiii.*,'. hn.s ln-on iioiuIiuiUmI Io repre-  mull. Ilio Roberts CiooK area tin lho  l{i*l!itiiiiil Itooiil Mr, .1 nines is well-  know o on lho B,(\ CojikI. in lho fi.sh-  inj' industry a'ntl hits Ix-cn .sucooh.sI'uI  In lho (M]u(puicnt rontnl buslnosK In  Vttnoouvcr boforo coming to lho  aSuntahlno Const where he. hn.s a keen  Intoro.st In .sensible tlcvelopinent of  tlil.s .un-iurpa.'ied ureu.  tv*/*M*0w*00m*0v*0m0)0m0m0>0WV*0**0#*  PEMmStlLA  PLUIV1BING LTP.  Dealer for  Super Kern Tono  and Shcrwin William".  Gibsons - 886-9533  0*0^00*0m0*0%00*n*0*i%0*mm0mms*i*00m0vr%  r  ^^fMyvv<#^^^^w*iP**��*'*M^r��,^w^^��f^yy**^  Men's Wear  G.W.G.  Work   Clothci  Work Gloves  SECHELT, il.C  COLOUR CAN WARIV1 UP YOUR WINTER  I'olnl Is Ihe one mood ���-..���tier wind* can he charmed easily and  <|.i.c^,ly wllh tho soo-ion. Far' .n*..anco-ll...* |oy hluc*, or o"'-."*- -.-.������-I ta  convtiy caolruiNS ditrlno '...n.m,*i\ hv.at -,hou|<) on replaced wilh di-cpcr  ton.!.���perhaps In ihu red or ool<l Spectra ���lo produce an op|��)Ml<* (.|(t*ct,  Uon'l Im fooled, J'p.t o% yon can |>!ay |ricl<*> with colour, It con piny  trick*, on you, Tho*,,! colours clov-lllcd a% "dark", ondA>r "warm"---deep  fcirt'st (jr-cn, royol l>Klo* ar purple���al>;.od> llaht. II iced (oo ����-ten*.lvcly  on wall*., Ihey tend la Im dc'pruv.lnu ond con oclually make n room t.cem  Mitallof,  "Wann" lolouc. oeiKMally indud.* tin* ici)*.. iir<inu<i!., y��;ll(iw. and  yellowrflrcxn**.. Allhouf)!. rhry cort minimi*o the sin* of a,room ll over-med,  lho%(* tonr^ iiMially ennvey a le.-ltnn ot wormlli onrt ore emotionally  :,lh>iuloltii().  II Y"1" room-, ate Ian -.mail, yel Ion cim)|, then* are othei way, In  (K.lilevi- on (iliiH)*.|)lic(ii nl warnilh wllhoul lin lulling np|)aienl *,i/e,  A|>ply n pale, pale lone ���������p.<thop,�� *������t* ul Ihe ull-wlnif, <���,, thtrr  will*, and a -.plushy, warm i.ul.iii, on (he luuilli lh|s link will make thai  woll n |��nal point, and y��*l allow i.t'MK.inu'.pess la runlinuii us Ihe avei<nll  ia.iiKiii-.kin. Al.o liy s.'le-.llno u tiilntii which n. wuun<-:i.ut.h a:, aim i.i llu.  yi'llowi. ��� and yel li(|li| riiuu-|lt In i iratu (It.! illusloi* al *.l/e.  Onin you've nuule your .oloiii ileiision lill crack), in pla-.li-i walls with  t.|>ackliii() mal.,r|..l; eleon oil surlnces, either hy wos-hinu or Ihoroogh ilu-.|in(i,  remove liardworo and llohl liMtures, ami rover Ihe llijoi and furniture. Mo*it  Impoilanl, reail lohol dlreclloiv. carelally and tallow them closely.  "Times AdBriofs"  oro  MIGHTY MIDGETS  **��p . m .mm000wmw mmmi  TWIN CREE-H  LU^/i@ER &  BUILDING  SUPPLY  Your  Gonornl Polnl*.-  Dralnr  Mniioinol ��S.  Hieo/.n  IViini;.  Sunshino Coast  Highway near  GIBSONS  Phone 886-2808  a_aaaaajaajaa___-aaa>aaaa^a___a>aaa.aa'aa_FJ-jaaaaa_*aaaa*i  r "  I  ')  f. ^ j"jts�� vns^SK'S*'' W--  Automotive retailers  form new Association  AUTOMOTIVE retailers of 'the Sunshine  Coast, meeting last Wednesday, December 2nd at the Peninsula Hotel formed a branch of the Automotive Retailer.-*  Association (A.R.A.) under chairmanship  of Orv Moscrip of Standard Motors, Sechelt. Glc-n Kraus of K & E Towing was  elected vice chairman and Harold Phillips of Sunnycrest Auto Sot-vice. Gibsons,  .secret ary -1 reasurer.  Guest speaker, Ronald Baldwin, assistant secretary-manager of tho provincial  Association, representing 1.500 members,  told the group' that the Sunshino Coast  had until now been the only area in the  province without an active trade group  for their profession.  Mr. Baldwin outlined the background  of the A.R.A. and pointed to the many  improvements instigated in the industry  by the organization. He also reported on  some of the resolutions implemented at  the Provincial Con--'elation held last October in Vernon. These included: opposition by dealers to games and give-away  gimmicks, support of pollution control in  motor vehicles, more intensive vehicle  testing certification of mechanics, setting  up of safety standards in the towing business, study of inequalities in business  taxes and sponsoring of further training  for* automotive  personnel.  Mr. Moscrip invited all operators of  automotive outlets on the Sunshine Coast,  including new Car dealerships, service  stations, towing companies, parts houses,  auto body shops, transmission rebuilders  and used auto and truck part firms, to  join the newly formed association.  Next meeting has been scheduled for  January 13th 1971.  The de Caiterets . . .  The Penlnsulo Times Page A-S  Wednesday, December 9, .970  'g-OT-'d.-ffl^  raveuing musical couple  settle at Lord Jims Lodge  This is a $3 SPOT ��  (Less when on contract)  Your advertising in this space will reach  nearly 2,500 homes (over 9.000 people)  each week. It's the most economical way to  reach more Sunshine Coast* people because  Times ads go into more homes than any  other newspaper   produced   in   this  area.  Phone 885-9654  MUSICAL talents ol "The de Carteret.-*."  have long been recognized thorough-  out the province wherever they have performed and. as travelling entertainers,  the husband and wife team of Bill and  Leslie de Carteret has travelled far and  wide during recent years.  Musicians at a very early age, both  gained recognition at the age of eight.  Leslie has played professionally for moro  than thirty years and made her first  broadcast at the age of eight. She plays  piano, organ and piano accordian, and at  one time sang with the Mart Kenny orchestra.  Bill played sassophone in the Montreal Kiwanis Boy's Band at the age .of  eight and now doubles on clarinet and  bass guitar as well as drums.  ' While travel has been a major part  of their existence during recent years The  de Carterets have searched for an anchorage and this feel has finally been  located at- Lord Jim's Lodge al Secret  Cove where ihey have .for some timo  been entertaining parlies -and, indeed,  will play at the drop of a hat as long  as there are people around ready to listen.  Until early in 1.967 Bill and Leslie held  city jobs, lived in <"- modern apartment  and entertained *t night. They decided  after long and care'ul consideration that  a change had to be made and in March  of that year thoy purchased a motor  home, packed in their jobs, gave up the  apartment and took to the road.  Since that time they have had long  engagement at Prince Rupert, Hotsprings.  Jasper Lodge and have been featured  entertainers aboard the Oriana on the  annual Caribbean cruise.  Polularity of the musical pair is growing at Lord Jims' Lodge and the type  of music they play depends upon the  present company. Be it modern jazz or  old time, the wishes of the audience aro  catered to with th:? ease.of true professionals.  When not on tlie, bandstand in the  Ole's Dining Room. Bill and Leslie are  seldom far away and may usually be  found helping Lodge manager Hans Beblo  and   his   wife  Louise  who rejinguished  W. , ��� *'A>  i i^*f+.'?�� .**/���  &&       .AW/  7  * t -.. " -_ **1��r    *j_t - '  _* >*<*_�� *���  SECHELT ROD & GUN  Stindety, Dec. 13  7 p.m.  INDOORS AT  WILSON CREEK CLUBHOUSE  _   .22 Skill & Lucky Targets  l|l IIIIP^ii^ii**-^*******-^^  / have been pleased to accept nomination for a  seat oh the Sunshine Coast Regional Board as  Director for Area B. I therefore ask for your support at the Polls Saturday, December J 2th.  FOR TRANSPORTATION TO THE POLLS, PHONE 885-2092 or 885-9506  !Sf*��*Wl��������W*>B**^^  The de Carterets  positions at' the Bayshore Inn to join Jim  and Audrey Wolstencroft of- Lord Jims.  MORE ABOUT...  o Homes project  ���from page A-l  are playing a part' on behalf of our  senior citizens. "Youth on the \yhole_.i-?  doing a great job throughout the province  and it is but a small minority that cause  trouble," she said.  ���In praising the Kiwanis for thoir present undertaking, Mrs. Dawson said the  homes will be a credit to both tlie club  and the community and advised the club  to" get in its proposals as soon as possible in order that it be on the list for  the next budget.  Explaining the tact that she does not  ' spend too much time on \ the Sunshine  Coast any more, the MLA said she is  actively engaged working with senior  citizens and also young people, particularly those who have fallen foul of the  law. Another of her duties is wot icing  with the .Indian bands and so far she  has visited 90 reserves in order thai- they  get to know each other. So far, she said,  she has been made honorary chief by two  bands. "'."-.  Back to the Senior Citizens -Homes  project. Mrs. Dawson told the club that  in the event of any problems, she *,vould  be more than pleased to assist wherever  possible, She added "many elderly people  are looking to this area for retirement  so let us do what we can to encourage  them". A"  Thanking Mrs. Dawson on behalf of  the club, Jim Munro said it is very clear  our MLA is keeping a very full schedule,  further he could nol help but note that  despite extremely bad weather conditions,  - she'had ���ma_le.,a- point of, bei'n^'""*pres*_r.t.  {'  MORE   ABOUT ...  o Sakinaw project  ���from page A-l  taxes, rates, duties nr.d assessments whatsoever now charged or hereinafter to be  charged upon the Crown lands or any  part thereof.  Significantly, it is pointed out, option  to purchase may only be exercised by  Canadian citizens or a corporation registered in the,province of B.C. if majority  of shares are held by Canadian citizens.  The department concluded: When you  have advised the department that you are  prepared to proceed on the basis suggested aibove ond have restricted your  application to a *.i_e commensurate with  the use envisioned, arrangements will  then be made to carry out an appraisal of  the lands by the dvpartment.  Mr. Cunningham told the board that  since outlining plans to the department,  it has since been agreed that the area  requested Is not, after all, excessive.  Further, the company is prepared, to post  a half million dollar performance bond.  "It all bolls down lo the fact that the  department, will approve a lease subject  to board approval and our agreement to  the other provision:)," he _aid.  Regarding a query as  to sewers and  any clangor to spawning beds, Mr. Cunningham replied that it is subject lo ap-  ,   proval of local health authority and tho  Pollution Control Branch.  Chairman Cliff Gilker explained that  , the board will require detailed plans of  the project before p.ny decision can he  reached and also, requirement.-, of departments of lands clc, will have to bo ��..-  sertnlhcd. Mr, Cunningham, agreed to  provide detailed plans In ample timo lot*  next regular meeting.  ^���lH����*JjJ|_.^ij��ai  ..   .//.-'Fir1*     .  "i -.?*-��;  t-rai**.'. - *" ,     .   ^  V.*-" f'  '" 4VVC'  *" "*Sir��    J "*f: /*���-'>   ���  .**- .--,'     ,"--4     .\  \l,v ;-f>"t*.? - i.,S  Jf ���. j - _*__,(__** J.v y*��  ���fa,   _.l,\,     -���VJ."  1 **.���*��� \  ���V*  _  ���J      -I*      *���   A,  *>?,       j44���l   *.   ,��    ,,    F.  ���-<.-,>' ���V-.a.f -' ��������� -:"  ���____. ������..���y-i- ������-������>������ --ii'-'^nunmui 1' ~w  Paul  >a_7_-*  Pierre  Letter from  Parliament Hill  Phone 885-9713  C&S HARDWARI  Sechelt, B.C.  Watch this Adtfor Weekly Pre-Christmas Specials  ifii��itM��i����ii.*iftiiii����iiM��iia*��a*atiiiaiiiiaftui*aiisiaiBi��Huiiftifit��i��>iiiii����ti��it��aai��ai��aiita��iti*4>ii*iMiiaiii��iiaiil|  JOHNNY 9OLE. chrome plated, 2 shelves, sliding door���reg. $19.50 this week $13.49  G.E. HAIR DRYER, 3 heat plus cool���-reg. $18.50   this week $16.88  fj ^__~__.^.^.~f,j,_       -^jT  , V  ft*"} I  Vinyloom, wilh lis unbroken  sweep of seamless beauty, comes in  three dintincl nultcrns, inspired by  ���U       styles nnd designs which aro  Y      classically enduring.  Product-, ofCnniula  1 \    V  n*     \  or,   4, f.F ,(��,��,�����       I-      .  ti^4n    i , * I r^W-4 ^^ IfIii.IIco.  1     '   ilfi**'  ****mmyf0r  V  For In-hotnc  Servico  See* It fit  'Jtio ExFit  C.Erj  DEVIIIES  floor Covering* Ltd.  ���kimh.ne Coast Hlohway ot  Wynaocrt, Glbvom  Tol. 686-711 %  OTTAWA���A grey November day on  Parliament Hill, the Ridcau River and  the castles of the High Mancjarins wreathed in mists and spattered by rain. A good  day for humor, and one is tempted to  seek the light of humor. As might be  found, for instance, in examining the  government's old decision to repeal the  Lepr.osy Act (Bill S-7).  However there are serious matters at  hand, and serious let us be. We shall scan,  however briefly, the proposed new law  concerning juvenile delinquency.  ��� Bill C-192. is a bulky document of  some 85 sections. It has not yet appeared  before the House for debate, but having  been given wish to apply to thc Queen  Printer for a copy.  Eighty five legally worded sections  cannot be rewritten into a few hundred  word here, but tho broad purposes of  C-192 could be outlined.  Tlie old juvenile delinquents act would'  be scrapped and, some may say, about  time, since it has changed very little  since first written in 1929.  The new act would be called the Young  Offenders Act.'- " *  Under its provisions, there would no  longer- be ah offence of "being a juvenile  delinquent.". Young people would be  charged only lor offences which exist for  adults under the federal criminal code.  Juvenile courts would deal with  youngsters of from 10 to 1G or 17 years  of age, the latter age being determined  by provinces. .As in the present act, judges  would have the power to send young people to the ordinary courts...under.special  circumstances.  There is some jurisdiction over adults  envisiaged by the proposed new law.  Adults might be taken to juvenile courts  for corrupting children, failing to support, assaulting or threatening or aiding  escapes.  Juvenile court judges Would have  power to order psychiatric: examination  of young offenders. Young offenders  would not be allowed to plead guilty to  offences without having received independent counsel. Parents would be obliged  by law to appear in court with their  children when the latter are charged with  offences.  There are provisions for what is called  "informal disposal" of some ..cases, including  sexual offences  involving  children.  Under terms of this section, ^a provinciaL���^.  attorney general may decide the mental    __ET  well being of the child is best protected    -*S;  by*'dispensing with formal court proceed- ���  o  ings and the making of a binding agree- -* "21  ment among the partiesj.oncej--fied as to ��� -Z.  action to be taken.  Ih disposition of Cases, juvenile court  judges would have a wide range of  choices. He may order probation, placement in foster homes, placement with  children's aid societies, committal to a  training school or impose "reasonable  and ancillary conditions." He may discharge a young offender, even in cases  where an offence has been committed.  He may impose fines. He may require  young offenders to pay compensation for  victims of their acts.  In some serious cases, he may order  the youngster tried in criminal courts.  In others where, in adult courts,, life  imprisonment or death sentences might  be imposed, the young offender may be  tried in juvenile court, committed to an  institutution until lit reaches age 21 and  then go before an adult court for sentencing.  The public will ho barred from juvenile court proceedings. However up to  three members of the press may be selected by the judge to attend and they  may report the substance of cases without  identifying'thc young person.  Debate on the new Young Offenders  Act had been expected before Christmas  but, with delays resulting from the 11  day debate on the Temporary" Measures  Act, it will probably bo 1971 before Commons member*! speak oil it.  STAINLESS STEEL ELECTRIC KETTLE-^-rcg. $9.50 .  Sono Twin HOWL MIXER, converts to portable, 3 spee'd-  ALUMINUM ROASTER, 20 lb. fowl sizc���rec*. $14.98 .....  PRESTIGE WEAR:  2 <jt. Casserole���reg.  $13.50   _..  T/_ qr. Saucepan���reg. $10.95    10" Chicken Fryer���reg. $15.95  .*   ���  this week $6.99  -rcg. $24.95 this week $21.88   this week $9.88     %    ihis week  $8.88  _ this week $7.48    this week $11.88  XMAS LIGHT SPECIAL AND MANY MORE UNADVERTISED ITEMS  M!��IMW***��W'<J."��:t��?*^  m  tmn  M III THE  mum  mmm electiom  FOR T^Af.SPO!I_TAT_Or.  70 POLLS AREA "B"  PMOr.E SSS-2-03-D - 9392 - 9430 -  _&  _sjifti_niMU-_-Ji-i_-WMW_-Wwni^^  ROYAL CANADIAN LEGION BRANCH 140  A  ^Ati  nnua  ew  ear 5  inner an  C**ve  1  'ance  SECHELT LEGION HALL  Doors Open 6:30 p.m. ��� Dinner 7:30 p.m.  MUSIC BY THE PLAYBOYS.  Admission $6 per person  To reserve tickets phone 885-5219 or 885-2815  s Tickets must be picked up~by December T9th  __*_M_-_y>*a_a*a1M*j*a*aa*a1��M*ata_*^^  Will be on sale by the *<"��"  GIBSONS BOY SCOUT GROUP ��  .....  ��*  -S8*  .....  48S*  ���������������  ; , -   Saturday - -  DECEMBER 12th  to Tuesday, DECEMBER 22nd.  ���������������  ���������������  ST. BAOTHOLOMEW'S church  COME EARLY WHILE SUPPLY LASTS  FOR ORDERS PHONE 886-9392  Or  .....  Ot  o  .....  . <��"_*  ��*-it.  ��"*'  ��..F*  -ji*  <_S3*  .....  Or  Or  ��������������   *  ��� �������  ��� ������������  o  ^ITOWOT^  r  Bii����(iia_*wt��>��(B����_����a��^  1 The firm enrf'o of lumber wu.*i taken  from llu* Queen Charlottes by nn American xhlp in HI52, Then, were only 40  while NCttlei'H on the Charlottes by  1001,  Kay"*" ���*4M_i_^__��i mttiy^mnmm  WfnteriitB Your Trees  Froo Safety Checks and  Estimates. Work Insured  and Guaranteed.  Peerless Tree Sen ice  R.R. 1, Socholt, B.C.  Phono 8BS-2109   >l__ /*_!  ��*'  II llllll W*%*-iii._  HOUDAY BtCUH$l0.M5  SSiiatf  f(i*��(Mi������ttW_��?��B^  rrl  >aiiia��w^^  __i'S-___>__----|l____K-^._  Dcc. 24 Sechelt to Nanolmo 2:45 p.m.  Nanaimo to Secholt 3:15 p.m.  26 ScclScIt to Nanaimo     12 p.m,  Nanolmo to Sechelt        1  p.m.  27 S-t-h-lt to Nanaimo        3 p.m.  Nanolmo to Secholt 3t30 p.m.  Dec.  ���Dec.  Dec, 31 Sechelt to Nanolmo 2:45 p.m.  Nanaimo to Sechelt 3:15 p.m.  Jan, 2    Secholt to Nanaimo     12 p.m.  Nanaimo to Secholt 1 p.m.  tan, 3    Sochol.  to Nanaimo        3 p.m,  Nanaimo to Sechelt 3:30 p.m.  For Advance Reservations  ���    VANCOUVER 685-4S22  w   f-AMAi^O       7S3-204I  SUNSHINE COAST REGIONAL DISTRICT SUBDIVISION  , C0i.II.0L BY-LAW lo. 2��, 1970  A  By-law to regulate ond  control  subdivision  in  order to  promote  tho health, safety and general welfare of .the Region.  Pursuant to the provisions of Part XXI, Division (4), and Part  XXIV, Division (2) of the Municipal Act, the Board of the Sunshine  Coast Regional District intends to adopt a Subdivision By-law, This  by-law may be cited as the Sunshine Coast Regional Ditsrlct Subdivision  Control By-law No. 28, 1970.  to:-  AJ(it)lAIRVJAYS  JM)LIMITED  SECHELT  SECHELT, B.C.  8SS-22I4  This By-law is designed to provide minimum subdivision standards  -   "* ,*  (a) suit the configuration of tho land,  (b) suit tho Intended uso of tho land,  (c) co-ordinate subdivisions of adjacent lands,  This By-law makes provisions for the following:  1. Definition  2. Enforcement and penalties  3. Approval procedures  A. Utility and highway provisions  5, Minimum frontage and parcel areas,  Tako notice that the above Is a synopsis of tho Subdivision Bylaw No. 28, 1970 and is not intended to be and is not deemed to be an  Interpretation of tho By-law, Further, take notice that a true copy of  By-law No, 28, 1970 may be inspected at the Sunshine Coast Regional  District Office during regular offjee hours,  Office;  Sunshine Coast Regional District Office  Whltakor Block, Davis Bay  R. R. 1  Sechelt, B,C  Hours:  Monday to Friday: 8:3p n,m, to 12;30 p.m. and 1:00 p.m to 4:00 p,m,  ,C, F, GOODING  Secretary  __________a___^^  mmmmm  ��___��_��  af-Jf.|aaa!.wJi����Mwaa>i^i^wa^  _3B3  l>^AaAAAAAAAA^AAAAA'\aA(WVj��|a��lA A. JS. Ai^ A-/*- *l _���������.'*-A..A A A #��*_A._#k_.^-��*-A 0.0* Page A-6 The Peninsula Times    Wednesday, December 9, 1970  For Committees . . . <  entenmal ceramic ware  produced by local studio ;  UOCALLY   made  ceramics   are   bearing than 175 moulds and a wonderful choice  the 1971 blue and gold Centennial em- of  glazes, all  listed so  that  customers  blem and the more familiar 'Sam and Sue' know just which ones are safe for con-  emblem, is now obtainable from Centen- tact with food and juices:  nial Committees. The] centennial ceramics arc very a  Mrs.   Rose  Hauka  of  Rose   and  Art tractive especially the ten inch diameter'  Enterprises,   Gibsons   has   been   granted lacey edged plate with golden tips. There  permission from the Provincial Govern- are also, plain edged plates, coffee mugs  ment to use the Centennial deckles and and diamond shaped trays.   ���  although   she  could   have   sold   ceramic -.������� rrrr ATTniv.  ware direct from her ceramic studio, she ��"^ .SrtS��� ceramic teacher- cert-  is   supplying  Centennial   Committees so ...'f6,"'1"��� ��p*f   �����,,��_\t , tl u.  ,������,  ;,;������,?���(���;,.���.   ���,_  *r..;.~A~  r-^4��.a���,^i lficate designates Rose Hauka as a fully  oroecii                                      Centennial qum^   ��^r  o(  ^e Mesi  CGy^  ,    .',      <���     .                    ���'_'.. colour and decorating techniques, and is  Arrival   of    the   centennial   deckles awa,-ded only after successful completion  which are quite costly to purchase, coin- of a prescribed course of seminar instruc-  ctded with the announcement that Mrs. Uon arld a comprehensive, practical and  Hauka  has  qualified  for  her "Certified written examination.  Ceramic Teacher" certificate. The seminars> ^^ by profcssionals  employ the latest methods of teaching  ceramic product knowledge and are a  major effort, by Duncan Ceramic Products, Inc., to add professionalism to ceramics, fast becoming the world's most  fascinating hobby.  Mr. Art. Hauka who is a qualified el-  A popular night school teacher of the  ceramics course at Gibsons, Mrs. Hauka  has been working on pottery and ceramic  sculpture for 15 years and. five years ago,  opened her little studio located just off  Highway 101 on Pine Road which is  close to the cemetery at Gibsons.  Over the years the studio has expand-  *���*   a  -.j *  Local Craft  Pottery and ceramic sculpture is be- "mics. Using crystal tone glazes and  -_*v_r me yew. ui_ s.uu.o .��__ e.xpauu-      ...      .  .   . . ..... ������    ...  ..   tha   coming a popular hobby and exquisite factored marbles in bronze amber  ed and the shelves are now tightly pack-   friSg��ffi��tatS   work is being produced locally such green, red and white, this lamp which  ed with a  vast  array of greenware in  great variety. Mrs. Hauka now has more  PEHTER!  ';' CALL COR _8S-2.35  -i  t  J  :|   For all your Renovations,  Repairs and Cabinet Work  at reasonable rates.  ^���J^i^SSStlU'^^   �� ��* multicolored  hanging' lamp   has set a challenge   for   students,  pS greenwSe K o.lersthe s^te*   made by Mrs. Rose Hauka who takes   has a rich jewelled appearance,  of a large ceramic studio to the hobbyist,    the adult education course in cera-  U��*0~4^iZfy$^T^^��   ,     ^   _ -j,.3s*ia_��^^  .       -'.-___ ��. _f>'       __  - ' ' -"     *�����__. ift��_l_  1 ^^fK-4%.  wv:mtmm^m[^mmy  Totem Club wishes to announce a  Benefit Bingo for rebuilding our  Church  JACKPOT OF $500 TO 60  PRIZES���$15 - $20  Cards���first 3  for $5 ond $1  each additional  2 Door Prizes $10 each  flOBEf_?S CHEEIi  COfmUtilTY MALL  8:00 p.m.  Saturday,  12,197��  yyiir. HUIII^ii ll|{l|lil��il^MI**l*|Jt**4**)**U  wtmttmfmmmmmmmmmmmimimmmMmmm  tJ-_*����*SS��i��W��iW��*��iB��5^^  ;  u  John Kelly has now taken over the  Ownership and Management ot the  Formerly called/Copping Motors Ltd.  ���Home and Atlas Automotive Products���  )_Nips  Headquarter for Tun&upsand General Repairs  HOURS: Monday to Saturday, 8 a;m,  to 9 p.m.  Sundoy, 11  a.m. to 4 p.m. A  PHONE 885-2812  D  ���  -.s^'*^  0V*"  Centennial Ceramics  Attractive ceramics to celebrate Brit-, studio at Gibsons.   This honor   co-  ish Columbia, Canada Confederation incided wilh arrival of her certificate  Centennial will be available through which makes Mrs. Hauka a certified  Centennial   Committees. Mrs. Rose ceramic teacher after successful com-  Hauka   has been commissioned   to pletion of an extensive course,  produce tljc  ceramic  ware in her  RE-ELECT ra GODDARD FOR GIBSOHS ALDERMAN.  I would like to put thc experience I have gained in the past four  years oh Gibsons Council to work for you for another term. I am asking  for your vote to bo able to do this.  Don't Forget to Vote December  12th  You think hockey's a rugged game now? You should have  seen it way-back-when! Is anything the. same? You bet.  Old Style beer. Still brewed the slow, natural way for old-  time goodness' sake; We couldn't change it if we wanted.  Our fans would never let us.  BEER  Slow brewed and naturally aged  *tfti:.a><J,*ftorment i\ <��al putMhcd uf divpl��>��ij by tne luxaur CviUol Boata & t-. vk aFUFOitmeftl of Unfifch Col-n. '_  885-9654  ��� Mr. Advertiser:  These advertising  -paces are real  bargains for you.  "old on contract  only. For details  on how to stretch  voiir . advertising  dollar, phone  885-9654, ask for  .special ad  rates,  Use 'Times' AdBriefs to Sell, Rent, Buy, Swap, etc.  j&0i^_0_0_&OJ01&^  * Y>'j_A"  * Costume Jeweliry.  * Handcorvcd Crystal���Coalport  and Glo-Hill.  '   Evenings Bags and Wallets.  * Binoculars, Shav.rs.  * Watches and Clocks.  laa��a'___��_*_wa___al  ��***a-��a��_��a��)��_e__v______M__V-a:  SELECTIONS OF  WELCH'S CADDIES  **����V-_-__WW����������l��WW--*-<WW****_a*��l**W��W^^ '  YOU GET A CHANCE TO WIN IN OUR CHRISTMAS DRAW  WITH EVERY PURCHASE  aa*a.iaa._ai'��aaa'l��-.|i_M-aa.i|��-a<��waalv<M��M__*��_-a'--WawWMa_  ecneu stewcllerA  Cowrie Street, Sechelr Phono 885-2421  ��;Ot��iOiOW.tfO1��t��,0WQ!O!��WW  i\  muwg<&mw& wmTm  a.a#  __**"-T.j.-.',-S,y     ���-      *V.      ,    ���_*/    l')t  <i-'r^/r-"\ ��^~r\ v*"7  mm  v-iv  Draw S p.m., December 23  T3��fc.  FOR A  FRfeE color  TELEVISION  iSSMfe  Tickets oro available ot all Sunnycrest Stores and  Sorvico Stations  Christmas Store Hours:  Monday, Dec. 21���9 a.m. to 6 p.m.  Tuosdoy^Dcc. 22���9 a.m. to 9 p.m.  Wednesday, Dec, 23���9 a.m to 9 p.m.  Thursday, Dec. 24���9 a.m. to 6 p.m.  CLOSED:  Dec. 25, 26,  27,  and  28  Western Drugs and Douglas Variety  will also bo open;  Monday, Dec. 21���9 a.m. to 9 p.m.  Monday, Dec. 28���9 a.m. to 6 p.m.  lew Year's Store Hours:  Tuesday,  Dec 29���9 o.m. to 6 p.m.  Wednesday, Dec, 30-���9 a.m. to 9 p.m.  Thursday, Dec. 31���9 am. to 6 p.m.  CLOSED: January I, 2, 3 ond 4  Western  Drugs and Douglas Variety  will alio bo open:       '  Saturday, Jan. 2 and Monday, Jan. 4  n  Friday, December ISt-tii from �� p.m. to    ^ ^;.:;;^.  8 p.m. and Saturday, December I9th  from  7 ,/  ._��a.-iiraay, tu-ecemoer 'Hiftii      ^���������'������<r!v   7ij     U       ,...���"  X1 a.m- to  I  p.m. ���jy- * - .jy^/-'   ^4|~^.^ '    * .   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I*       il       1   *���  ",i<"%--, a***!*'    /,' S*   U ",*���,      i  1/ ,     i,    /    1 '   -4  A^A  \^VA   " '>\A*%*-W.*f  V A ���*�����_,  IA>^  A-fA  ifl* '  -i *j��^J  ���i  '*��_s4  k Aii .aa?.--  ..>��� a-*/  I"*  <   1   .. ��f-    .   , ,   J f  4 A '"'A'   ,  *"   A-&  F^ 2-HHMi    'Gift Guide, Peninsula Times, December %  ���Sir'  O  ���.-_-*���*���-  '-*___*.  'O  ew*>  �����*7  '<*���  ��_���  o  ���.Ik-* �����  '<_?/  ������a**-*  o  ���o.  -Si*'  -St*  -���������_- I*'  <_��  ���.���ft-'-*  ��f  o  ��� ������a-'..  <6Sr.  O.  ��.��_*.���.  <Sr.  ���._"���  ���Cf  ���_-.*-  -S'f*  Sir  '     ���ah.'**  O.'-  ���*��v-.  <**,  _J*F-._  -���O  ���Ci'  ��� **���*������_  a-?/  tit,- '��  o*  O  ���: ��.** ������  ���'���fO*.  ��������  ���*�����*   '���  ���o  ���f^J*..  -Cr.  O  - _j*>.��  ���___*  o  *t->Mrf  o.  F-SP-.  ���CSV*  ���S3*.  5_.  o  o  *_5'/  ��� aft. ������  O  C'/  <Z't  ,,. .,a  <C'/  it: *���*  O  *?.*  o  ���***_>> *  a>��- ������  ��*3J*a  O  ������&'/  o  #���*. ������  C/  CSV.  ���C��i*  f   W     I*  O  �����* 11  ,f***l_l  O  CSV-  <&'/  t ��� �����  ^JOTIWI^^ '*" -\ .   - i-'  -   ,' **V  a '  Page 4 Gift Guide. Peninsula Times, December 9. 1970  ���aswHwss^  ^  a^A j  k\ ^\ jr  Sechelt, B.C.  ALL OF US ARE WISHING ALL OF YOU THE BRIGHTEST, WARMEST AND  MERRIEST CHRISJMASEVER. LET THE SEASON LIGHT THE WAY TO SHARING  KINDNESS AND GOODWILL WITH OUR FELLOWMEN, BY KEEPING LOVE AND  UNDERSTANDING GLOWING IN OUR HEARTS. AT THIS TIME OF PEACE, JOY  AND CONTENTMENT, WE REFLECT UPON THE NIGHT OF HIS BIRTH AND IN  THE TRUE SPIRIT OF THAT HOLY NIGHT, WE PRAY FOR PEACE THROUGHOUT  THE WORLD.  j^-���.--��--'*��-��*,fi��.?^^  a  a  a  ���5*  S?  a  a  a  a  a  a  S  a  |  a  (NHSIM  STORE HO  i  Thank you . . . for your  Friendship and loyal Support  ���*__  December 21 -9 am to 6 pm ��  -__ t%  December 22 - 9 am to 9 pm ||  December 23 - 9 am to 9 pm |  December 24 - 9 am to 5 pm <*  _ ti  ���^.-_>_-}--.%__ft_at--_ft^  Jack and Lee Redman  Bruce and Gail Redman  Al Lynn  Judy. Handford  Etta (Stewart  Ruby Ono  Gregg Hayes  Sandy Parsons  Doris Housley  7 Fi.EE TURKEY DRAW EVERY SATURDAY UNTIL CHRISTMAS  Oil  n  $&F^m  S8swsf����**��i��^����^^  y"  t. m��ni**m*-iii.<ni*>*��in  ���*- -v <$    -*��� .  **P -JW-l-ff**-f^����^3jl>��WW��^**_t>]ylW*l lllJIJ*I.W-*-*lWI* ll"** ��*�� 71   *.   * V   a**a       -**-    *v""?*   -,    r   V5*^_5___. -v-V ^."���tfT-**-"**1-**���*"* *  ^ - .���*��' V. -"������^V"    A*.      **���"���   VHVV i^-- -jjt ���      ���^J.     r_ _   > tp^ii-Jiy      *VJ tf jji    ���** !_V  .      ' JA.**^     r  *_     ^-i- ***     "A" '^^   S^ l*V*�� Z^lf ^S^iL^     ���^"it"**-*-,. ,4 ���*���" ^J**^ ,*V��. 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With Gilt Ideas.  tana's wsm  Phono 085-9330  -Sbo^"-*-"*"-*-"*-*^^ c=  Gift Guide, Peninsula Times, December 9, 1970 Page 7  ^mrnmrnwrit,^ *���* ,U-^m^ i m <V..r^lhMMmtmm  . -V '-  :��� ���. ^U=k^*____.  .-'-.qfev�� m^.:,:..:->e..  *T--****^****mfffli*a-r~t)j��^     . .   iliii-"i'i"iir nr* ���y,fl^-��j'��*3i'g��'g^^ -iTiiin if-'*--~m"'nrfBl i1*! r^T*ajT'~^  ���f-j /���_���**-.. ���'"���''' \ ^       _  *-*%>_____*   ... __,.__. ^>  r  ���J��i-,  'A;-.    ���__-- / Wf  **    ** ' ���*  '���*���*���>  V- ��gJ-V*��*?��.  fM\  \  ^J-^  SHOP OUR NEW STORE IN THE NEW  TRAIL BAY SHOPPING IVIALL FOR  !���---.      *' '   -  11   _ M_      _ ff   /���*?���> Dtfll     # HB  Clothing for Children to Adults ,��� Infonts' Weor  Footweor ��� Candy, stocks of Candy Canes and  Christmas Chocolates ��� Toiletries  Boxes and Boxes of Christmas Cards  Men's and Women's Jackets ��� Women's Jump Suits  Records ond Tapes  AU at Siedman's  Low Low Prices  * MATTEL ANIMAL HAND PUPPETS that talk wheti   '<&j  your pull the string   .....7.99  * MATTEL SKEDIDDLES in famous Walt Disney  Characters  ... - only  2.88  * A COMPLETE LINE OF MATTEL HOT WHEELS and  Accessories including the new, Sizzlers ������ at 5.00  and Juice Machine ot 2.95  it STURDY PLASTIC RIDE-EM TOYS BY RELIABLE  for the little man in the family: Motorcycles and  Earth Haulers from   .5.99 to 8.99  * VIEWMASTERS AND TALKING VIEWMASTER SETS  * CUDDLY TOY ANIMALS in plush material from 2.98  * KIDDLE KOLOGNES  by MATTEL in scents  ���great  Stocking  Stuffers  only 1.99  '.\  K-  CHECK THESE  SPECIALTY ITEMS:  ��� Smoker's Counter for complete  selection of Smoker's Accessories,  ��� Cameras     ��� Psychelic   Posters   of  your favorite rock idols.  ��� Tope Recorders ��� Record Plovers.  ��� Cassette Players ��� Transistor Radios  ��� Lamps    ���  Paintings.  ��� 8 Track Tapes.  m  Yi  Trail Bay Shopping Centre, Sccttet  885-2335  ...wy.lJl UU /HmW\dL��^XftW'r'MJfl!!!aei Pcge 8 Gift Guide, Peninsula Times, December 9, 1970  ipoiwi&mc-ia^  C_5*  .....  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'W'      a_~V*V  ���a_- V  <& Rfl Eft/30 PADS    ^r STAPLERS  -& PENCIL SHARPENERS  ft TELEPHONE LIST FINDERS  i_r GIFT BIBLES  3  vewm  iters  w  PORTABLES - STANDARDS - ELECTRICS  by Royal & Olivetti-Underwood  w?*rs**,j^  �����  ���& POSTAL SCALES from 5.20 to 26.95 ^o^f  [Kim-He Selection '<0f -Children's  -  -       Books:  J+* aJ * -**.--_ *  ^ "THE STORYTIME TREASURY"  v THE COMPLETE 3-D SERIES  "WIND IN THE WILLOWS"  > "HIAWATHA"  ^Jrddinq.    f'flacli  lined  by Olivetti-Underwood  Or  ��� ������������  ��� ���4*.  ��� ���a*.*  *�����>  ��� ��.*-  *iis-?  ��� _-������.  ������..a  455*  ��� _���������  ��� ������������  O.  t*-*��  4-S**  ��� ������'���  ��� #���������  ��� ������������  ��� �����������  4**  ��� *������-  ��� ���������-  ��� ���������-  ��� #**-  ��� ������������  o*-  O"  'THE WIZARD OF OZ  MANY MORE!  7m^rmmmMj-:mmmm:m^^  V^w& f A  ���____k"*-i_^  JS***^  WvV  ���  a;  ;^h^��!5��*,'���*  .*.  ti \ ***        ��, .  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' * -* .*��� '*  _-.%_-..������ ��� ^.-*^  ^J0l0^i0i0i$!O{0[0l0!$i0{0i0i0I0|0i0I0i$i0I^^lO10^!010^  .     4  Oa  I *>C| vt Vl'f I Vf Gift Guide, Peninsulo Times, December 9, 1970 Page 9  IpE-s-aCfc---"---^'-.^^  L*,*,*����,a��U��*---..^  IllllllH l||--��H*| IPH      a|^,PII|        ��� Jl| 7  Page 10 Gift Guide, Peninsulo Times, December 9, 1970  ���**-_�����  /smm  :.efeurtiriWiii4*i  HANGING CHAIR  ($55 value)  with every Ming, Citation or  Tynan   Chesterfield  set   sold.  Until December 25th  s. ;  V  SWIVEL  ROCKER  $88  TRILIGHT TABLE  LAMP  29.95  ARMSTRONG  SHAGGY DOG  6.95  DECORATIVE  PAPER FLOWERS  1.89  PAPER LIGHTS,  PLAIN OR ON  SWAG CHAIN  TOSS  CUSHIONS  1.49 up  Highway 101, Sechelt  Phone 885-2292  ��__��.  ioimmmmtemmOiOim^  We Have 5  HOftj-JELITE  lakes of Chain Saws: ...  PtO!*EEft * STflHL  :;: jVlcCullougfi * Canadien  Plus CHA? N and  other Accessories.  wmmm0*wm0yrmmm��0*mmmmtmmmmm0m0\%miwa^  %.^mmm.mmm.mmmmmmw.mmmm  ���������������  ���������������  ���������������  ���������������  ���������#���  ���������������  o  >���������*��  .*��������  O  21  tSft  .....  _SJ*  .....  o*  v*_*rfppl  *���*       fay* Mv- i ��__;���  w^lli. &*  o  Many Gifts For All The Family-  Use Our Lay-Away Plan  -aTMHW- *'I   Mt.   jS,  Phono 885-9303 '-W!h ���_?  Open Monday to Saturday 9:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. /''''Ik*-**  O  ;*'���" mV-V ���V"  Except Frldayt 9:30 a.m. to 9 p.m.  *.  ���*  1  OfOTO?*OTOfOI*O?OT-O?-0f*<lff*O?0fO1O?*O?l!iiO!OfO  i a-'*.'*'>V*V*"'  ���-*��"-������*-'���&*��_��� �����**���'���*��-.'���'-'���w.  ���A. ^i1 . <*���*  -i,   '5i if? *    .       -.      i  f." f-_. .-   - -J- a .1  ���M-jy^wiMMTOm^WTOiMIB      'M-iwwwayw 5^'l)iyay*!l��i,fl'llW*J'��Jiy'' ' ������'���*" -wii    .miij.i.iiJHii'wiyyiWf r^vm m����mm-v-Mi-< wpnim,' ��i|.w��n,a��Ty.. u.ay yu iy,,j.i 'ii ninyim < jijiipi  i.] i ,.��y WJaWM.iiijj.aja,  v%"  liiiSilHiliiiiillllllOI!^  Gift Suggestion  Why Not Give A Gift Subscript  to THE PENINSULA TIMES  Lots of Good Reading.  Local-$6.00 per year  Outside Local-$7 per year  SPECIAL RATES FOR SENIOR CITIZENS  :m  Quality Printing  Letterheads -, Envelopes  Business Cards - Statements  Tickets - Posters - Tags  Bumper Stickers - Brochures  Calendars - Newspapers - Invoice ,^  Business Forms - Letters - Labels  Post Cards - Signs  OR WHATEVER ....  1th  'data  ^Ji  imed  -w.  ^;irWX7m  UiW��iUJii��-il.-^-**��-i'i**l��H->^ iJt,*|*wia*n*iuii|WWMl  j'lll-1"!!-"-*    -    ���^-^~a-^-*-  a*^J^-*����--0--+*���**'a��~ "���**** ______,,.__ ���_.___���_ ___. .__._���____���_-  **J^0Jlmm+��lHii��al  mJ.*.H* __i  ���EM *--W 1SMW*|*>*M.  rumm*mtm*'*r+***~^i*~**i'^*0i*l t***^ '  -innmn-w Page 12 Gift Guide, Pentt-reufa Times, December 9,1970  'i        i -   ,i .' i   * i   ,* '      aaffa ���_..���.-.  ::���'     /  Fhilco 22" Color Consoles  from 645.95  ��  I  S  '8-  S  -****  ��_i  ��..  i  A  I  FIVE-YEAR  WARRANTY  ���i  Ju J_J__r\JL\l  ! _  %  COWRIE STREET, SECHELT  PHOME 885-2171  t  t  ?< ���  f  * .  ti *  I  f  f>  i  *  #i  I A  |-Si!h5.&*(^*.>.2>.VS..^  ._1  >  m��0mmmmmmmmmimAWiumiimmmmmmuum''t< i,uu-'ni''.i.--**W*��w^^  ^���^��w**w'ffiy<rtiw**FM*>**twK^^ Y^4l4^a��-^aal.iU'^fe��^___.._��.a_-^  1 ��� ' -  '*   ^ , - , -  -I5  ��� ... a.,.. ^  ��� *v  ���*?r  la  fc_a|   >  ; \'/> O*. ��m    '*���   '���**  ���'���ft-,  wr-"  * ���     a' *  ���-14-  ~a.|.F��  a.     ��  Mushroom Growth  Roberts Creek Volunteer Fire Dept.  will soon have a substantial roof over  its head, the three bay fireball is.being built to a great extent by volunteer labour including the junior firemen who were hard at work on  Sunday helping with the roof. The  land was a generous donation from  Miss Ena Harrold and is centrally  located right opposite the Roberts  Creek Community Hall.  Joseph Despard Pemberton, first surveyor general of British Columbia, joined  thc Hudson's Bay Company as colonial  surveyor and engineer in 1851.-  -feB^  Inter-Church committee  completes festive plans  THE Inter-Church Christmas Committee  met on  2nd  December for ��� its final  meeting. Plans arc now completed for the  Christmas Carol Singspiralion. * ��  Everyone is invited to join in a Carol  Songest on Friday, lbth December, starting at* 7 p.m. on the front lawn of the El-  phinstone Secondary School. We will sing  the old familiar carols together; then a  lighted procession will have an escort to  School Rd., and down to the foot of thc.  hill, singing as we go. Shoppers in the  downtown area will then be able to join  us. as we stop to sing again, Wc will then  proceed to the Christian Education Wing  of the United Church,where hot chocolate and coffee will be served.  We do thank the downtown merchants  for*supplying, this .refreshment. The children of the various Sunday Schools, a-  long with the young people and adults  will lead this time of Christmas fellowship in the old-fashioned way, and we  invite you all to come ailong and enjoy  this time with us."  ig^^  Mary Harvey of Sechelt Beauty Salon  is pleased to announce the  return of  Move   ZJkieL  ���3(3  __3  ope   ^jnieledon  to her Staff.  FOR APPOINTMENTS PHONE  ecnelt (ISe  eaut  885-2818  f  Use 'Times' AdBriefs to Sell, Rent, Buy, Swap, etc.  Section B  Wednesday, December 9, 1970  Poges 1-4  Endorse Bill . . .  ational veteran's groups  approve pensions amendment  WIGHT THEATRE  Gibsons ...  -, -,_- <*Fj._ .-  AT* i.'i _���_'... ~.J ii v. *'.'-*___-v*v ���.   ���  Wildlife adventure in color  Wed., Thur., Fri., Sol., Dee. 9,10, 11,  & 12 at 8 p.m. plus Sat. Mat. at 2 p.m.  OTTAWA,   Ont.:   Representatives   of   11  national veterans' organizations, meeting here, expressed qualified endorsation  of the Bill to amend the Pension Act,  introduced yesterday hy Veterans' Affairs Mnister Dube.  Judge Redmond Roche", Legion president and chairman of the meeting, said;  "There is general satisfaction among veterans with the scope of the legislative  changes���the most extensive, in a quarter  of a century. The veterans of Canada are  indebted to the members of* all political  parties for their sincere efforts to provide  more adequately for those who served  our country."  But they were also aware of some-  areas where the Bill falls short of both  their expectations and the Recommendations of the Standing Committee on Veterans Affairs.  They expressed satisfaction with thc  interim pension increases and the increase ih War Veterans , Allowance. But  there was disappointment that these will  not become effective until" April 1, 1971.  The proposal to award 50 percent pension to those who were prisoners of thc  Japanese and have any disability was  warmly received. There was also approval for thc proposed Pension Review  Board and the extra allowances for veterans suffering from multiple disabilities.  However, a fear was expressed that  the Pension Review Board might suffer  from a lack of flexibility. While welcoming the payment of an extra $2,400 annual allowance to some 250 veterans with  exceptional incapacities, the veterans' associations noted that the reiling for such  allowances fell $1,100 short of thc Parliamentary Committee's* recommendations.  Groups represented al the meeting in  Ottawa included;  Thc Army, Navy & Air Force Veterans of Canada. -.'Association du 22ieme  Incorporated. The Canadian Corps Association, Inc. The Canadian Paraplegic Association. Thc Hong Kong Veterans As-  siciation. The National Council of Veterans Associations of-.Canada. The Royal  Canadian Air Force Association. The  Royal Canadian Legion. Tho Sir Arthur  Pearson Association qf War Blinded. Tho  War Amputations of Canada. The War  Pensioners of Canada, Inc.  _>&-___  *.- 0    ,   ft) ���"     V   i. f       .-.-.r_,_',FF'aFfcF   ��*-.-.-Fa. .F.i......>a.F.��aF,.T..(... F.,1 .,.*..... <-.  1,4 . .....F...^r. ^ft,..,'-.^, ...^  Starring Alan Bates & Oliver Rccd  in Color  Sun., Mon., Tue., Wed., Dec. 13, 14  15, & 16 at 8 p.m.  RESTRICTED  Wamino���-"Nudity, Sex & Brutal  Violence"���-R, W. McDonald,  Director of Film Clay.iflca.lon  Charlci Chaplin in  "THE CIRCUS"  Dec. 17, 10, & 19  with Supporting Feature,  CLOSED Dec. 20th to 25th inclusive.  OPENS again on Dec. 26th with  "Chlim" iteming John Wayne  December meeting . . .  Gibsons Auxiliary elects  executive slate for 1971  by Mrs. L. Mason, Mrs: Matthews and  Mr. Whiting.  There will be no Bridge Tournament  in December. The next one will be held  Jan. 25th. Thc Sechelt Thrift Shop will  be closed Dec, 20ih until Jan. 7lh. The  Mini Thrift Shop will be closed Dec.  4th and Dec. 31st.  Gibson's Aux. wish to thank all those  who have supported thc Mini Thrift Shop  over tlie last year.,  At thc Aux. Dec. meeting lea \vn.<  served'and prizes were won by Mr.s, E.  Inglis, Mr.s. F. J. Waterhouse and Mr.s,  W. E. Baxter. Two new members were  welcomed; Mrs. J. Marshall und Mr.s. Hux.  Marshall.  Annual meeting of the Gibsons Aux.  to St. Mary's Hospital will bc held Jan,  0th 1971 in the basement of thc Health  Centre at 1.30 p.m. Wc hope all members will attend, also wc will welcome  all new members wishing to join the  Auxiliary.  a-V-axA'  a-   '''A',.7  !p3fr''j &  77,4^:  Asff *-* "*���*  _������ -       -   *���*, A-.  l^mMl^^mPleasing Gifts that last - Give Her that Present that will please all year round.  AREA HUGS:  Radio Rug, beautifully embossed design in 5 glorious  colors   _.... 42"x66" ��� $39.95  Swirlturf Ovals, braided shag in 5 different colors���  ,.   27"x48" ��� $8.95   3'x5' ���$19.95   6'x85 ��� $59.95  ONE ITEM ONLY:  Ballerina, Made by Hardings,  Persian Peacock, Nylon ��� $69.50  Haven.���Made by Brinton,  misty  green,   acrylan    ... Il'9"xl0'3" ��� $69.50  Bar Harbour���Made by Hardings,  golden fern, acrilan :....   12'x88" ��� $69.50  MANY MORE TO CHOOSE FROM  SHAGGY DOGS made by Armstrong   6.95  AT THE December meeting of the Gibsons Auxiliary to St. Mary's Hospital  thc following members were elected to  office: pres. Mrs. L. Mason. 1st vice-prcs.  Mrs. W. E. Baxter. 2nd yice-pres. Mrs.  J. Crosby; secretary Mrs. J. Hobsons;  treas. Mrs. L. Blain, they take office  in Jan. 1971.  Letters were read fron. Mrs. S. E.  Knight lower mainland regional representative, from Miss Colcci. Johnson Sec.-  treas, of Driftwood Players and from  Mrs. Sarah Thompson.  Mrs. L. Blain reported the Mini Thrift  Shop. has proved a financial success.  Mrs. ,1. Hobson reported the Seehell  Thrift Shop will hold a luncheon meeting on Dec. 15th.  Mrs.   Baxter   reported   donations   arc  , continuing to come in for the Christmas  card  fund. The  last day   names can  be  accepted will be Oct, 18th.  Mrs, Dobell reported on the November  meeting of the co-ordinating council. A  letter of thanks had been received from  St. Mary's Hospital for a rhequc for  $1191.30 payment Iui lance on Hi-Lo B(*tls  and (..re-can. A motion wa.s made that in  future tho director of volunteers' and commit tec be responsible for purchasing  wrapping and delivering a gift from the  auxiliaries for each patient In the hospital over Christmas.  Mrs. W, Davis reported on the Bridge  Tournament, 11 tables played, 1st prl;w  was won by Mrs, Whiting and Mm, Davis  with 1.120 points, 2nd. prize was, won  by Mr. WinTwtnd Mr, Whiting with 0,030  points. Thero were three door prizes won  PLACE 'N PRESS VINYL ASBESTOS TILE���  Mode by Armstrong, just peel off the back  and stick .       . per sq. yd.  JO<  25c  For Wall to Wail installations:  If Job is More than 20 sq. yd.  Pure   latex   rubber   under  pad, value $2.25 sq. yd.  Free  of  Charge  with  any Carpet  Purchaser  Hardings  CLARINETTE  Golden Pepper,  complete & installed  with undcrpad.  $8.95 per *a. yd.  OZITE:  2 colors only,  Olive and Copper  with rubber back.  12 ft. wide.  $3.95  per yard.  086-7aa2   -  ��01  SQ6-7flH2  FLOOftCOYERSi-JGS  LTD.  LllSlgilSSI   Sunshine Coast Highway at Wyngaert Road, Gibsons   Itm^Wi  _____  MS PARTY  will bo the best yot, if you hold it at  cJLorcl Aim d cJLoaije  -k SAUNA  ��� SWIM  ��� DINE  ��� DANCE  ��� IM. MUSIC BY LESLIE AND BILL DE CARTERET  ^ rULL FACILITIES FOR ALL THE FUN ACTIVITIES  WHY NOT .71 AYOVI.RNIGf IT AND AVpIP 11H I)AKK DRIVI; HOMf,  PIIONI- NOW AND I NQUIKI: ABOUT bl'LCIAL XMAS PAKIY HAMS  Phone SS5-2232  fiord Jim's lodge at Ole's Cove  ���*^*>,*^��'fcii**^^__��^^**%"��t?^*w��pii*<**,^i��*<i^**i'*^*^^^<"***,,*-^*,���**^  '������A niHt aina*n.i^Vft��*Vim*>*kdM^i^A^B*f>*>**>afW4Nf^V-^  ���* fti-rx **��� ���<*-,._���. .aw**,/- -a^l^JftMU.jmMa*ll ���^*||LM-^f>V1tf��^V.tf^>^^ aJJfcaWt. *���* J��X.a*t.J*pi.  ^^-^-_vvr__-j-w**a��i^tAAajn��^-i^  .\ _ * a���  .',_.v..7,;r7,*r*_i**:.'-gla-.*-*f;  The PENi^uiA^fe.^  "7 may ���"-" h*ro��jf. /.nr / ,_W/ not be so wrong as to fail lo say what I believe to be right."  ���John Atkins  Dougu. G. Wheeler. Editor  w_r_*-\_---_aAr_>\.**Af*^^  MUNICIPAL elections take place tfils  Saturday December 12th at which  time it is hoped that all with a vote  and able will get out and use it to  what they consider* the best advantage.  In some areas of the Regional District and School District, nomination's  have been sadly lacking which, according to one. of our local - adn.iMstra.tors,  is a good sign that people.are satisfied  with; the administration* This we .would  question and would be more inclincd  to blame it upon apathy, aided by the  fact that'many very capable people are  fully occupied in other fields arid have  no time for .municipal government.  It was quite incredible to find, that  of two available seats on School iloard  for the area.'of-West Sechelt to Pender"  Harbour, the one. encumbent was reelected by acclamation arid the other  seat had no takers. This meanAthat  instead of thc people clecfirig their "own  choice, .it will now be: done for them  by the School Board of Trustees. In the  village of Sechelt one man only filed  papers and he too is elected by acclamation.  So, here we have a body eating up  seventy per cent of our taxes arid public  concern is such tliat it gives not a damn  who controls the purse strings. There  was a time just a Few years when taxpayers were incences, at empire building  within thc school district,' consequence  was that changes were brought about in  certain areas. Since that time- budgets-  have been kept to a minimum but this  ]|fll.JJIUIHH.plIII ai���LIU.' ||j||,im**>aa-*!,,������  f^hotoarapher  flfi            <��� --W aV ./   *          {           -      ' '���'  f                 V    4 ,      - .               <M4K     . ���  ,\         FF '           * I  ft          ��*             ' a      .!*���'.��� '  .     4f  Sa*       r     '���"  Ct  ����� ���** . A*  \ *   Jr      ^ \ * a  i-foe.**. riot riieaf. we have to. sit back and  relax. Only by seeking out thc very best  candidates and then getting out and  malting sure they get elected will an  equitable situation continue..  Many people have been concerned  with the Regional Board and its activities'and in this area of local government  a litttle:'action' has resulted. In the Half-  moori Bay area \vc have three candidates  and in Roberts Greek the situation is  tlie sairie. It now remains' for the electorate to get out arid vote well.  Of particular interest in the Halfmoon Bay area is the fact that for the  first time a woman seeks, office. Miss  Rita Relf has had considerable insight  into the operation of.trie Regional Board  and, it is understood, 'was unhappy with  the operation. Miss Relf was chief stenographer at the board office for three and  a. half years utitil she resigned last  month'.  At Roberts Creek both Ian McLean  and Harry Almond have unsuccessfully  sought public office in the past but newcomer to,the scene. Art James has been  actively involved in local arid municipal  politics one way and another for a long  time. He too docs not like what he has  observed.  While two, newcomers have been  elected to Sechelt Council by acclamation, the two encumbents jtf Gibsons, Ken  Goddard and Charles Mandelkau have  to face an election with another hat  tossed into the arena. That of Winston  Robinson.  Big issue at stake is the importance  of gettting out to vote. When pur future  is at stake and, perhaps more important,  our tax money, then it is essential every  vote be made to count. Wc can but urge  once again that all with a vote and able,  get out this* Saturday December 12th  between thc hours of 8 am and 8 pm.  X  ���gmmmmmmmmmmmsitm$m^vmmimimmmm<u  886-7374  ELECTRICAL  COftlTfSACTOltS  Wiring Supplies  Specializing in  &w.AE_&*_E__  ���-Electric-Heat    r~"  WHARF ROAD, SECHELT  PSione S8S-2*B>$__A  iJ*****1 * lltlf**     **;\lTH****>>fl       a/1 lift llllll 1IW<**u1'rf**tl  ���a*" ���aaflM^lj|IM��l^^iaj|��WMMauwai.i  X_a*iiil>��*>ia��tfrfA.ftii'^'ifiij-W>-ai.iii.M.  ���MMMM'iM^^  AAN  After serving o one year term in office as alderman for the Village  bf Gibsons I have learned to appreciate that progressive leadership is  essential. In this regard I feel I have served conscientiously and diligently. As chairman of the water committee and Village representative on  the Regional District Water Board I have acquired a good insight into  needs of the area and feel we have made progressive advances in this  and other fields. Relationship between myself, Mayor and Aldermen  is excellent and I sincerely ask for your vote in order that we might  continue as an integrated Council.  L*W��^^***t��*prBW��^.)>lai|UWWI**faLWW^ ���**MII-^*-W*p*l  ���I .r-ll.il  'O***  II NAM  l**OWWi|ITypWMUMIJHI*t��l|l>��J n-Jti I   ill   .minim  "i'>"PWfflWjWilUU).|.  .      ���.-.._^1-!-jF.r.ft._..^.-..._F._..  /  __i--_-_5-g;  KIDS  OUTGROWN  THEIR  CLOTHES . . .  TOYS . . .  FURNITURE?  GET CASH  THROUGH  AD-BRIEFS.  FOR  FAST  ACTION,  PHONE  885-9654  ��� Mr, A_-reitl*er!  Tho.. advarllilng  ���pace* or_ real _���_(*��  fl-lr.- for you, Sold an  contract only. For detail! on how to itrcteh  your advortlilng dollar, phona 0Q5-963-".,  oik for -p.clat ad  ratoi,  il w   ���^*_,.|,rj_��*_ .  b\o*j       ^^-F^-aArty^-F.F^jj  ^^ir.        ���_7        Iw   .      *3_  ORC6NO ANNUAL,  BUSmSOO COLUMBIA  FESTIVAL OF SPORTS  MAV ��0 TO JUNR 7, 1071  Community  audi Sports  ~yta._ss����in!S  Submissions and enquiries should  1 be directed to the offices of tho B.C.  Sports Federation, 1200 West Broadway. Vancouver S, B.C.  aromionuo or fHE amateur ar��ORTa  OnOANIZATIONS Ofi TME PltOVINCR AND THR  GQVERHflEHTOFBliliSHCOLUlilA  Dnpdrtmcnt of Travdl Industry  lion. W. K. fOcrnart. MIfilator  fl 0. Wofloy, Deputy Mlnlstdr  f���*  -rr*  i?  ~"v!  fl  *m  Cup of Milk campaign seeks ffeheMi^itifpoii  CHRISTMAS i:*, rapidly approarhint, nnd  Uuritit; lliirf soiKOn ol goodwill, tlie  Unitarian Service Committee of Canada  is oiu-e again appealing to people to Rivo  a Utile thought to children whose greatest need is not an expensive toy, but just  ojiough rood to fill an empty tummy.  The Cup of Milk contribution tins  will once .igain be* placed .it various location.*-* in th*1* district and oti Thursday.  Uc-fWnber l?th from 10:30 a.m. ul the end  of Point Road. . Hopkins Landing, Mrs.  Audrey Bonnie will be holtting the annua! Cup of Mill: Fund Coffee Party:  Mis. Bennie report.-, that the Continental Can Company of Burnaby has donated thc contribution tins. Mr. Lucken of  Hansen'.". Tran-.f-.-r ha. -arranged to pick  them up, free or charge and deliver sorno  of them lo the Pender Harbour area and  arrange for their distribution.  Ladies in charge of local areas ar_:  Mrs. Norman Franklin, Sechelt; Cathie De  Kleer, Davis Bay; Kathie Hamilton,  Langdale; Mejjan Moorcroft- and Frida  Kerbis. Gibsons.  Mrs. Hugh FergU-on of London, Ontario will be assisting her sister. Mrs. Bennie  with the Coffee Party and an open invitation is extended to everyone to drop in.  I don't CARE if you want to bc a sports-writer���-English is still compulsory.  Sechelt Legion Branch 140  Legion Hall. Sechelt  AT 8 p.m.  JACKPOT $125  '"tO' &o  $10 DOOR PRIZE  immm^mmvmmmmmimamm^^mammmmamigmmiSii ^m tmwmmmmimmmmmmmmmmmmmmmsmtmmmmim  |S^M��M^^r*T��*^^r*rnTfr?*W*^',f -.*T^"'rl^*?��,^i*r**wTa*i,��  iJt.t.a liniaa **��� 11 a*. aai-ffyriM II l.If   fcif. a   I W ��� "* T^ri -*-**1j_ Jl.m-Ji ' I   at.! ..fUm.^.m... ' kWaja ,j7  Headers' Right  Candidate  Editor. The Times.  Sir: As a candidate for election to the  Regional Board I would like to comment on your report of the Regional  Board meeting of November 27th which  was attended by a delegation concerned  with gravel mining. I would gather from  your report that the board having no  definite plans presented to them were  content to hide their heads in the gravel.  During the past two years the board  has been fully aware of the implications  of this gravel mining operation. To say  that the Lands Department has not asked  the Regional Board for its approval of  Crown leases and foreshore rights is  merely hedging as the board has consistently made a practice /of approving  all commercial lease, even though some  contravene their proposed zoning bylaw.  In my opinion in the last year under  director Clif. Gilker's chairmanship the  board has deteriorated badly. It has lost  sight of the reason for its existence���to  assist people in previously unorganized  areas to obtain essential services���instead  it has tended to exploit the land in the  interest of big business while regulating  the little man to death. At .present in"  Victoria for approval is an incredibly  ridiculous and unfair zoning bylaw which  is being rammed through, as fast as possible before there is an outcry. I am  __very��� familiar���with���this���bylaw���mumbo  jumbo though it is���and am ready and  willing to lead the outcry against it before it is too late.  RITA P.  RELF  Foreign students  Editor, The Times,  Sir: At the last meeting of the Chamber of Commerce, a letter was received  from the secretary of the International  House at UBC. asking whether the Chamber would sponsor hospitality for foreign  students during the Christmas holidays.  Whilst the Chamber itself did not wish  to accept this sponsorship, individual  members stated they would give assistance.  Should there be any citizen or family  in this area who would like to invite a  . foreign student into their homes during  the period December 20th���January 3rd,  or any part thereof, please contact me  (Box 141, Sechelt or phone 885-2208) and  I will get in touch with International  House. This gesture would enable a lonely  student many miles away from home to  have thc joy of the Festive Season with  others,, receive tho pleasure of the experience of a Canadian home, and the hosts  and their families would in turn get to  know un individtii-l from a country that  thoy may never be nblo to visit.  Thanking you for your help in this  matter, and trusting for a good response  to this uppeal.  D.  Adolt- de -Lunge  Angry taxpayer  Editor, The Times,  Sir: Mny I through your worthy newspaper express my reasons for running  for office as director for the Roberta  Creek area of the Sunshine Const Regional District,  .Recently 1 took the trouble to peruse  pant rcporta nnd news items concerning  the Regional Board since its inception.  The more I rend lho angler I became  ns a tuxpnyer with tho Ineptitude of cer-  tnln members of the board,  The "take over" of t|u> Seehell waterworks in a prime example for wo have  ended up paying over four limes wh<U  It was worth and now face additional  costs In rebuilding  it.  I took tl'o trouble to seek out one  director, Mayor Walter Peterson of Gib  .sons, who I know to be an able and  honest man. From,his answers I formed  the conclusion that-the board is nm by  committees with "power to act". This  system is highly unoithodox and leaves  the board of directors, in many cases,  powerless to act.  In looking into the Roberts' Creek  Fire Department I am shocked at what  I found. Here we have many of my neighbours contributing their time and labour,  free of charge, in order to build a volunteer fire department for the good of all.'  And. what have they got to work with?  Throe old museum pieces of fire trucks  with only one that has hoses. Rarely  can they be taken out to a fire without  the frustrating fear of a breakdown. It  has long been established by fire underwriter groups lhat the cheapest fire  protection for fire districts is with new  fire equipment and fireballs. Any increase in taxes is considerably reduced  bu resultant cuts in fire insurance premiums. Further, is the added efficiency  of our volunteer firemen and subsequent  reduction in loss of life and property  by fire.  I could continue at length with other  wrongs but we are stuck with it. If  elected to office I propose turning my  attention solely to righting what is possible and, with the co-operation of other  'directors, will seek to establish ah efficient board whose actions will be open  to the taxpayers  at   all  times.  I feel I have done my duty in accept-  ���ing nominal ion-andlook to the electorate  to do its duty on election day by voting  for the candidate  of its choice.  ART JAMES  JW!8��I*_mi����l(l8W��8__s*^^  BOOKSTORE  A Good Selection of  Popular COOKBOOKS  BROUGHT TO YOU BY THESE  PROGRESSIVE PLACES OF BUSINESS ...  rHESH veegtabb.es make  MORS tyOEHVUE  ��*_*__.  *gf^*"*��y,t��il|y^  -_��,��,��>i.'.i,..tv^j^^jf^u-,..K.jS.--..^F 'rf'fll'Biinii'WinginliiBilinii  -71  You don't hove to-havo post-holiday horrors from jumping on tho  scale and finding that you havo put on all thoso pounds! Bc clever about  the hors d'eavro you serve during the festive season, and you can save  substantially on calories that often accompany "nibble" foods, Gather  together at your market a bright, zesty-fresh array of vegetables���  carrots, colery, cucumber, cauliflower and mushrooms. Servo thorn In  bitc-sizo pieces with a low6r*calorie dip mado with cottago cheese, blue  checso, and fresh tomato and chives. How cheerily they crunch, and  how refreshing in tho midst of rich holiday dishes, Lator comes another  delight when the scale tells you and your guests that Sllm-Trlm Hors  D'Ocauvro aro a calorie-saving treat.  Slim-Trim Vegetable Hors D'Oouvrc  2 cups (1 pound) cottage choose  1/4 cup skimmed milk  1 teaspoon salt  1 tablespoon chopped chives  1 tomato, pcelod and chopped  Caulifloworots  Combine cottage cheese and milk in containor of electric blender;  cover and process at high speed until smooth ond creamy. Transfer to  mixing bowl.Add salt, chives, tomato 6nd blue cheese; mix well, Chill  until serving time, Garnish with additional chopped tomato and chives;  sOrvo with vegetables. Makes about 21/��� cups dip.  ���KScoro, cueunrueor by running tines of fork lengthwise down side of  cucumber.  ***?_> fhakd caTror curls, ;,<.e vegetable peeler to shave lengthwise strips  from pored carrot. Curl each strip around linger, fo.ten with wooden  pick and crisp In ice water for 1 or 2 hours.  h   -,<'*��� **���-,."--V--A.5.V ffot"**'��-_��*"f^A-v4 '>Tp*c*v-<"4  fi"������''��'i*jw*'*,*t��^  j.��j^:j.V,rf,;:..y,^<.;m^ ��_a___5____*w_��.-*��.-^^  Sechelt  885-9654  P@giisisula Pta&i  Ltd.  HEATING & SUPPLIES  Your Kemtone  Sherwln Williams  Paint Dealer  Phono 886-9533  Gibsons, B.C.  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HELEIHIE'S  'FASHION SHOPPE  Gibsons, D.C. - Ph. 886-9941  TODD'S  DRTGOODS  CHILDHES^'S & INFANTS'  WEAH    '  LADBES' SPOUTS WEA.1  Phono 886-9994  Sunnycrest Shopping Contro  SAVE MONEY  AT YOUR POPULAR  LUMBER AND BUILDING  SUPPLIES  Serving The Sunshino Coast  GULF BUILDING  SUPPLIES  885-2283 - Sechelr, B.C.  a*a**M"-��'**-��^^ n*),WWr-t'Wl   '  Vj��^M*"t��l<|-_tlft'��_*~' ���  ��� .i-XjnuTOJi-TO^agrr-li.-rr-n-a-Trfi-rr''-*--"'***- ��� ���������    '     ���i-1*��� ���**���������   -�����   * ��� ���* ��� **  *��������� *** 0��..*+**0i*^*^t0*ti^^*m*^.*****0^<**i,**t*'*m****,m*m*m'  >aj,_%l [���nii^li��H.^��fcH**-ilimiMI ��  ^^'^f^w'NW-w*. #*Md��-*--p. -^r-ip-i*----.** -> ����� _���*���*���* I*/ it-. _**_��-4iVi_w# _�����w���V- ia.u-i/./'-t.V^, -__���  ���gC.'iTTTr,  ��� LTT.n . |i;tTJ^i,7""���>, .^TTauX<]?����� >a  v,_lsfES'^4*M,Sa*Fif  ;  "v,  a*  -..-���- >*-;>���<* ^^";,Ar 0*n   �� 5-^ /  A t.'pi-ai diSfigiiifi il ____e & -.as the fcftJs.--.f_. -ft&l           feje ^,3  ju-.t driven home from an Tt-ilian movie :      Wednesday, DtlMliibil 0. .970  in hi.*. German ear, is sitting on Spanish     ��� ���' ��� ���'        ������' ��� ��� _���  furniture, drinking Brazilian coffee for- A               .��������� ..^.. ^ ���  tificd with-Irteh -whiskey out of an Eng- ^^^^^^^^^r^^A  lish bone china cup, and, with his Japa- ft       "  nese brill point pen. writing hi.4 M.P. pro- .' W         iPPJ! A  testing that Import-, are ruining his busi��    i; fLIfoil-Q  nesfj.       . ��  rvfrp7*  , ita-WlMi  ***���>}���>**'a*-'*  "5  \ - 4' \  o  *  Jff  -fc  ~:>:��',  !**v .a r  >�����.'',-Vr^)  ,/'  J.'*  \Lr.y  (7  _*-v .*���*_  - /.  TV  ���      ' 1        **' S*  "       ' f - F.'  a .* ***  o  j/..  aVJv  ,r.  / V-    \  -    'f*    \  \5!V  'f  r  _-"*  -\��   _._.  Super Enrollment  -___.fi  Bringing the total number of Brown- left, back r6w:   Pamela   Nestman, Kelly Reeves. In front: Kelly Coes, ened m New Westminster in i860 bv Ed-  les in the 1st Sechelt Pack to an Rhonda Doyle, Betty Le Warne,.Tina Bonnie Petula, Natan Gibbons. Janet" ward -White, a Methodist missionary.  impressive total of twenty-eight, Coes, Sharon Robins, Lynda Rodway. Jensen, Marian Griener and Valerie- ��� ������  Tweenies enrolled last week are front Sandra Gordon, Kathleen Hail and Tait.     -  U  $  !f-\  rm aM-iHi-iiim.*....  a  Gibsons, B.C.  mi i^��!@psMt  Moderrj Power Shift  Machinery  D-6; D-7; D-8.  FREE ESTIMATES  PHOHE SSS-994��  F,y^*^^*"^'"3y*'  I..,-.. in';.w  'A  Doc/'s Gift 1  Headquarters  USED OUTBOARDS:  Elgin 4 h.p. ...���. ...__...$65 I.  Elgin' iV2 h.p.   -..._._ $85 |  w_m*a^<,nwiita-_iiia��Mi��iBlii,*�� ~  USED CHAIN SAWS:  275+ w/36" ottaehmonts $150  360 Canddfen ... .���.:���.$! 00 ^  *IA_>l-WWt-^_MWl_^<taiWtftfa-_i  I All Kinds of New Merc Outboards  & Chain Saws  _W*W---<**a*U_-**_laX<Uu'_-__  Sechelt  I1  Ph  B   ��  i  s  ond 885-9626 %  O j  ,__J__5_&-*_*_l-*;_a^^^  't .     * ~ .* "-->**i*r***; -*r*-w-.-c~-vr--��- ,��� f7��-r.  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I*       ��      .,  ','., *"        * a" , j % '.*.��,      f-  ������: '?.���        ���** - "* - '       ^       -.���' "7 ��� ' *���        , ' ,*��� , ,.'  *-,*'-'.     ,'     *     ':   ^AfA- A      "-'-"���a-*    -"J  jVj ���* '        w,    j _���>?  >* ��� v^     *^*-'���*-*  _    "/  'lv*>. y^*; -^/-*>> *���  OieGlv tes��^  11  Busy Brownies  Working hard during the sumirner and   Jorgenson, swimmers badge, Katliy  the past few months, Sechelt Brown-   Rodway, Golden Ladder and Margot  ics receiving awards" at last week's   Wilson, Golden Bar.  ceremony are   from   left:  Sandra  BOX 259, WYNGAERT ROAD, GIBSONS  x      Phone 886-7122  WINDOW UEPAIISS - PATIO SCREEN DOOSIS  FREE ESTIMATES  ^,,.t^^w',^iij&._^.u_y;t-zw^ii'.^^  lll,,".,��lW,IIB|fl|���I.JIIIIMl^l  \  *tM��*��<i_i_>*4TI��>��WaK_F��M'W^  SUNSHINE COAST REGIONAL DISTRICT  If ICE OF POLL  PUBLIC NOTICE is hereby given to thc electors of thc herein cited  ELECTORAL AREAS of the Sunshine Coast Regional District, that a poll  has become necessary at the election now pending and I have granted such  poll for thc Electoral Areas as cited below; and, further, that tho persons  duly nominated as candidates for directors at the said election, for whom  only votes will be received, arc:���  Electoral Term of  Area        Surname Other Names Offico       Occupation  HOLGATE  "IT   RELF  THOROLD  Herbert Roy  Ritu  Cllffonl George  2 "Y.nr.s Retired  2 Years   Kennel Owner  Pulp Mill  Eorenmn  ALMOND  "DM   JAMES  MACLEAN  Harry Joseph  Arthur IMilhrd  (  Inn  2 Years  Carpenter/  Builder  IJuslncssninn  Carpenter  SECHELT Brownies had a very special  occasion to celebrate last week when  fifteen Tweenies qualified to take their  places in the Brownie Ring.  A green crepe paper pathway strewn  with large heart-shaped stepping stones  led from the toadstool to the forest where  the Tweenies patiently waited for the  first big event in their Brownie ilives.  Assisting Brown Owl Rose Rodway  and Tawny Owl Mary Flay in ihis very  special ceremony where the Tweenies  mako the Brownie promise, were District  Commissioner Dorothy Stockwell and  District Guider, Donalda Sigouln.  New Brownies are: Betty Le Warne;  Kathleen Hall; Pamela Nestmun; Kelly  Reeves; Maria Gricner; Janet Jensen;  Rhonda Doyle; Bonuio Petula; Tina Coes;  Snndru Gordon; Natan Gibbons; Valerie  Tuit; Kelly Coes; Sharon Robins and  Lynda Rodway.  -Ailso qualifying for badges were Mar-  got Wilson who received bet* Golden Bar;  Kathy Rodway, Golden Ladder and Sandra Jorgensen, Swimmer's Badge,  While parents enjoyed refreshments,  the Brownies led by Musical Fairy Vona  Clayton und Mrs. Stockwell, entertained  with a number of very delightful songs,  ending with the Burmese welcome song  where Brownies and Leaders formed a  ceremonial archway for the Mothers to  walk through,  She   told   tbe   photographer  that   tin-  picture made her look older than she was,  lie replied that this was fine, as it would  *-  save,her the expense of another photo In  later years.  "FM    WOLVERTON Jasper Lome  (Elected hy Acclamation)  2 Years     Mechanical  Superintendent  POLL will be open at:  ELECTORAL AREA "II"  Halfmoon Bay Elcmcnlnry School, and  West Sechelt Elcinlnlory School  ELECTORAL AREA "D"~-   Roherts Creek Elementary School  on thc 12th day of December 1970, between thc hours of eight (8:00) o'clock  in the forenoon and ei*>ht (K:00) oclock in the afternoon, of which every  person is hereby required to lake notice and govern himself accordingly.  Given under my hand this 1st day of December, 1970.  OREO. E. OIRARD  Returning Officer  PENDER HARBOUR  COMMUNITY CLUB  Thursday, Dec. 17th, 8 p.m.  COMMUNITY HAUL  MADEIRA PARK  There is great joy in exchanging  Christmas greetings by telephone.  So much so, in fact, that thousands  and thousands of Canadians do so  each year.  It isn't possible to reserve specific  times for long distance calls but  you can minimize delay by following these tips.  FIRST ��� Mako a list now of the  phone numbers (including area  codes) of thc people you plan to  call. Get thcso, without charge,  through your operator or by following instructions in your telephone directory for dialing direct.  Do this now and avoid battling  heavy holiday traffic just to get  your numbers.  SECOND ��� Don't wait until  Christmas Day itself, when circuits  across Canada will bo overloaded,  to place all your calls. Spread them  over thc holiday season.  Your family and friends will enjoy  your calls just as much and you'll  be more certain of getting through  without delay,  REMEMBER -** Most long distance rates are lower after 6 p.m.  daily and all day Sunday. Check  your directory for full details.  r  Have your Christmas numbers ready, spread  your calls, and have a happy Christmas.  ��SHW = 13��   _DM��H   S-SWfSISM^   ��EElfflllBIlIS' B___{1Gd    Reserved for Private Use By*  rxlr.  v__y  immmmmimmimMmmmMmmmm��M0  tfiHWAY 101. SECHEUT - PH-Di^E IIS5-23II  &��W��^'i��&^  t  Got your tickets early for our Now Yoar's Ball. Thoy aro now ori salo  and can bo purchased horn Bonner's furnituro, Frank Loitnor alt Shop-  Easy or Peninsula Drive-In. > $lO-porson  s______s_sS2����ffl:^ssaiffi3s__s  *��ll#W��W*8i��  1  A/  G  D.C. MVMl��  ��  B.���. TELEPHONE  O  VBIXME COUNCILS  0  *a*^a��.al.'-fc*-.aV^**ril����at��-^'*-��^.t'*^-��>^  >_ -**>  d* _*���_#>-*#���_ ft-aWt". a*  o *��vi*i**^i^y��v*^  i_f_Uv-_.____0-    *  il  lil  ���"?  THE BAHAf'S B��U��V��:  Old Trees yield no fruitage; old ideas  and methods are obsolete and.  worthless now.  Phono 886-2078 or 885-2885  '���'.-�������� "���"'���"������"'  OUR-0-E16HT  e raw  Francis Ave., Redrooffs Road,  Halfmoon Bay  Reserve Now For  Christmas  885-9469  Between 9 a.m. - 11 a.m.  5 p.m - 6 p.m.  __rt___tii_,_n.i_��)a__WBM*  u.. "I'll... . imi   jiji jll iuj* .  SCHOOL DISTRICT No. 46 (SECHELT)  mSOTiCi TO ELECTOltS  I hereby declare:  1. William   Paul   Malcolm,   Fisherman,   residing  at   Pender   Harbour,   elected   School  Trustee in Rural Area A by acclamation, 2 years commencing January 1,  1971.  2. William Hubert Nimmo, Millwright, residing at R.R.  No.   1, Boyle Road, Gibsons,  elected School Trustee in Rural Area B by acclamation, 1 year commencing January I,-  1971.  o - .  Signed:  Joan B.  Rigby  Returning Officer  November 30,   1970  ^B-|�� Firm SuppoH-  cycle SoieV^ wi^Z-I'TDavi, b^   GiteonirT-S^^ Sunshine   Expressing his thanks, Club president  from\o^^S^4SiSc��f. Project.is off to a progressive start,    Coast Fall Fair Committee donated   Dave Johnston presented certificates  Maiiett, Manager of Cycle Sales hos a com-   and    Sunshine   Coast   Kiwams are   ��1,500. Mrs. Isabel Da wson has   of apppreciation. Mi's.   Chamberlm  piete stock of cycle and motorcycle parts; tires,   very appreciative of the outstanding   pledged her support, Mrs. Bernice   also represented the Flower Ladies  etc. on hand for your convenience. financial support already given tlie   Chamberlin representing Howe Sound   who donated the proceeds of their  on/ov^ Farmer's   Institute  donated  $1,500.   Flower Sale, $236.  ed by his eagle eye. Bicycles ore not a sideline to him, they are his living���he has to bo  No.  1; he tries harder.  A bicycle set up in the back room of a  hardware store by novice ond put on the road  is dangerous; they don't always do the job  right ond tKey do it quick. You might save a  dollar but lose a lot more in an accident. You  couldn't drive your car with wobbly wheels,  loose steering, bad or no brakes, etc. Don't let  your child do it either.  Be safe by teaching  your child how to cycle In safety.  Richard H. Mollett  Davis Bay  Phone 885-2848 or 885-2151  m^-^rawOT  :ifit^'��'W"^^^i"  ____lt___a,^__,__ff_j. .riL.. J>,ril ,.tlTI -j,,,  fCHElT THEATRE  -r-    PRESENTS   ���  BB\  (Restricted)  Starring  Jim Brown & Lee Van Cleef  Color ��� Cartoon ��� Featurette  Starts 8 p.m. Out 10 p.m.  Friday, Saturday, Monday,  December 11th, 12th and 14th  'i FIOWGB &  * 885-9455 ���  SEND A CHERISHED CHRISTMAS  MESSAGE . . . 'Flowers  By  Wire'  Cut Flowers    '*"  Christmas Arrangements  * Poinsettias * Tropical Green Plants  : A Large Selection of Flowering Plants  * Gifts * Candles * Corsages  !������_��FSS��__*__Wi_��J������  School Drama Club  mmmmmm  ���I. II���������-_._.IJI_��___.|>laM__a_,ptiM,  COMING SHOWS IN ORDER:  "The Comic"  'Boys of Paul Strcot"  *\  ��*_**��� *_v._ ��,___,  Youthful Generosity  The Backwoods Brass, namely: Dave  Fromager,   Roland   Kerbis,   Kevin  Star, Tony  Baker,   Lance Ruggles,  and Mark English have given tlie _,,��������,�����,*_��������-��.      ,     ���.  r;Kcrt��e -5_,r.ir.r. rifi,����_ Urvafo^r, x>vr. ELPHINSTONE Secondary School Drama  Gll^OllS Senior Citizens Housing Pro- ciubi-will  be  presenting  three  short  ject a donation to tlie tune of $70 plaV!; (o ^brate the Christmas season,  which was the money they earned at Grade ten students will perform "The  the Kiwanis Pancake Supper, enter- Christmas Dress", grades 3-9, "The Little  taming visitors   to  the Sun Salmon Matchgirl." and the senior students, "Yes,  Derby    With   their    music.   Kiwanis Yes. a thousand times.yes."  president Dave Johnston commended  Blake C. Alderson D.C.  CHIISOPffACTOR  Post Office Building Secholt  Phono 885.2333  Res. 886-2321  Tuesday to Friday 10:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.  Saturday 9:30 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.  EVENINGS BY APPOINTMENT  _B  VILLAGE OF GIBSONS  \  Public notice is hereby given to the electors of the Municipality of the  Village of Gibsons, B.C., that a poll has become necessary at thc election  now pending, .and that 1 have granted such poll; and, further, that the persons  duly nominated as candidates at the said election, for whom only votes will  bc received, arc:���  Aldermen���Two (2) to be elected for a two (2) year term, 1971 and  Other Names    Office  1972.  Surname  Goddard  Mandelkau  Robinson  Residential Address Occupation  Kenneth E.    Alderman 1592 Abbs Rd. Merchant  Gibsons, B.C.  Charles IM.    Alderman 1289 Goner Pt. Rd. Service  Gibsons, B.C. Station Opcr.  Winstont F.   Alderman Sunshine Coast Hwy Merchant  Box 619, Gibsons, B.C.  I  \  Such poll will bc opened at the Municipal Hall on the 12th day of  December, 1970, between the hours of 8 a.m. and 8 p.m., of which every  person is hereby required to take notice and govern himself accordingly.  Given under my hand this 30th day of November, 1970.  1*. JEAN MAINIL,  Resuming Officer  1  s  Ice-free gulf  The  groups  will   perform  in  Sechelt    THE Science Council of Can  the young men for Uieir .thoughtful!-    Elementary School on December 21st and    acla has suggested that Canada  r .   ness when they attended the appre-  v    ciation dinner hosted by the Kiwanis  at   Gibsons  Elementary   School,   Decern-    should   consider   keeping   the  her 22nd, times will bc from 7:30 to 9:30    Gulf of St.. Lawrence  free of  I nij.11,1 |, ui',i>��i ���._  *������"*��� '��������"���" !_-��  A <' 7.i i\;_,; ���   /  i ��     **   ���*      W+a. - *r *~     \  ^^^^W^f^i^^ij^^JTW^1���:"" rgT-w? tit* tto* ^"%y 7**��?>iwi';i'|-g"gv  ���^������^ft*^ _ _ , ___*__.j__t__________.^,��� ^y.^_i.l^s>.t.g._.JJ.3s   p.m.  Heroine"  i^r  Duo to dissatisfaction with tho Sunshino Coast Regional Board, many  residents of the Roberts Crook area havo asked me to accept nomination  for Director on tho Board. I fool there aro many questions to bo asked  My past experience with both provincial and federal politics will I am  sure prove of great holp. Thoroforo at tho coming election, for responsible representation, Dccombcr 12;  U____��__g____^^  f@ Aite (Art) Mm  ife*?^^^^^ U,MW V.Li. .__ .jjuni. WW.-^^  mttiaa_a1^tfh'*i-Jha_jaJH 'ik i*a,F ktN__-i.  -S_xtaaas_--g  ^jWWWM  ��WPW?>WWMIillJ��m*l Jl'*^^  BWg_*W*��*_'-lWI|>*-i  Safe motoring  ice year-round with all the  resulting effects on .igricult-  uro, fisheries and undcrscas  mineral exploration and exploitation. Thc SCC report  calls for a major Canadian effort, strongly backed by Government, to achieve world  ���leadership in knowledge and  expertise about the marine  environment. .  f *  Harney joins race  JOHN Harney, former provincial secretary of the Ontario  New   Democratic    Parly,   an-  <"ia.Fja/  for  AN   AUTOMOBILE can  often  bc  freed  from snow piled at curbsitle by "rocking it," says thc B.C. Automobile Association.  Apply power gently to move thc car  first backward for a foot or. more. Then,  just as t|ic backward movement is slowed  by thc snow, apply forward power. .Just  a.s the forward movement is slowed, reverse power again. Avoid spinning thc  wheels,  The repeated baek-aud-fnrlh motion nounred yesterday thai ho will  lengthens the flattened track in both bo a candidate for the leader-  directions, ship of the national NDP next  I*" in ally,   sufficient    momentum   is    April in an attempt- to move1  achieved to move the ear ahead into tho     -be  party   to Ihe  loft   on  the  street, political spectrum. I In said, bo  ���    *    ��� believes   the   working   people  Thc   safest* way   to   slow   down   and     ">f Canada should have a much  stop an automobile* on slippery, ley road     greater  voice  in  the  councils  surface Is to lightly and rapidly "pump"   -of the nation,  the brake  pedal.  Tin; "pumping" technique m e a n s  brakes are applied for an instant and(  released' for an instant, keeping control  of the vehicle in thc driver's hands,  S|__. ft���'  ^A.-'W  * -*       *    *> Hi  -��� wd  ::gs��'as!iiga_a  mmtmimmmammmiimmmimmfmmmmmmstiatm-j  mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmMmmmmimiMmM  <2>  ���>*m  ��� ������<tim  O"  M**��l  a.��*l��  <o  o  -C5*  Afar-  -**! \_*  m\  w IF  fFJ-ai  lu�� FDESSTT ITOffiS  < TOE SB_IL^SIH10EV]_: COM?  Y��U c_3_a make finis o  mm w  iJU  W (PWW5)  ive-the FAMILY GIFT .  that keeps on GIVBNG:  M V0S0OM  ���^//-v.  ��'  Call COAST .CABLE ViSIOH Today  (Plenee Order  Early to Avoid!  the  Ruoh)  ; " 0"S 5*2444  #������������  at...  * o-  O*  ��� ������>,  ��� ������I  ������������I  C-t*  .a,,  aja,.  a****}.  <��a>>  o*  ....  ���*���*&  "^f^1^^  M  w^*_��*t^Z  SEE  ZimmSii^Za^^Su  ^^^^^^mmmmmmm^^^m^m^mm^j^mm  ��Mmmm$mm  Guarded on union  THE premiers of, Canada's  three Mart)n.o provinces  gave guarded approval yesterday to the report* of a 2',_ year  Maritime union study which  suggested full political union  within 10 years. Premier l.loh-  ard I i��l fluid of New Hrun.-i.  wick came elosest to endori--  ing the idenl nf political union,  Ills colleagues, Premier (.or-  ald Hegnn of Nova Scofla and  Premier Alex Campbell of  Prlnco Mflward Island were  more reluctant to make any  firm commitments,  Snow biz  kids give  THl*' Unitarian Service Com  initteo has a Christmas cam  pnlgn of $l1'.".l".l<)(10 In funds  and glfls-iu-Mnd. Chlhlren In  Hamilton, < .iitiirin,' .jcnt a  contribution with a note, "We  trieij very' luiril to put on a  nhow an*l carnival mo wc could  enrn money to j'tvo to the  poor," "*i*.nil your donntlonti  through The New*, Cup ol  Milk Fund.  Dollar jogging  CCJ1T members in Ihantfmd  Ontario, organized a !_ .-hour  ���log-A-Thon and raised $:.0(l  lo sponsor a child through the  Unitarian Sorvico Committee,  Rend your donation*, through  Tho News Clip of Milk Fund.  ^a. a_,J>�� t\  -a#.y  nr��� {������il l',  V a' a "��-     (  V .*i ij   _.  aS    .      *  A  pleas  ooo  }.  wing JtiJisenei  Brc\wcl to take on your kind of thirst.  11-'. .,(lvi.iti-,rnicnt \\ nol |)iililr,hc(l m displiytd hy lho tlfluot Conliol lloafd or liy Kir (iovcinmnil nl "liilcti Cfllumbn  A  ztSA^fL.+^^fjmrJh.^toJ^.at  _^_-__��_ .ft, m, m Mmn _n_4ii __n_->m��_. at>_,jWi _-i #__.Kim  -����*tl*i��.Jfc,._fc ,!���**.._���_�� tW*i>_��*^Ww^  y '���M^i* i0.^^j^ ^^^ ^ 0^^**t.m*j+*^**ii**��0i^m,~��Hm*0i*>'*'i.+ ''**w".+ 0.  ���-.���-h    ��a_tfA_A   **   aM^AAaVAA*H^.*h>l__l|_-kAA.  *,*"h A��-*. *\0m*. �����,_����� ,4^____,  giim^ "  :______  m  t.M  -W-  A.  a_k__..__y___Lii,_^^^  Section C  Wednesday, December 9, 1970  Pages 1-8  I--  i'H.  __����a��_s��_��**si��^^  i.    s  |Wf|,_,  Pfol  JVJ  \  \\  m*W6BM��S��W��!^^  ^ijl*!^' uiii{i|iuijiigi^iadSj*j  ������"'������������V***-'  C<UM  __��___  k____  ������i���  EST  "*\  ***T***��yu > W��**H****w****j*ii**t^ ,  \,m^,jqriml,m  t                                             <���                                                                                                    _*                                                                                                             4        <i  a., I ���,.. -_,._ _,, _-.__. n,_.-, ���_ . a __.______.*-  . _. ���,._. .... .f  J_f  ,.._   ... T  ���;.     TT*,*^ , r--r -��� |- -||   t-,������-,n -fl -'v ^J     ' I  I'll n���    .ani-p  U.*mi..m*0.,M, ���_������_!_ _( _���  .^y/10 following, budinedded all enclosed  ode  under one root  / -iS.il--  >/ ec/^/c  ma  come uous  (  LTD.)  (  i)  -  'DDAREyS FASHION CEMT!  funis &  . . . where Free Coffee and Cookies will be served* and a treat for the children  (accompanied by an adult).  While there, be certain to enter Trail Bay Centre's CHRISTMAS DRAW. A 25" Color Television, on display in the Mall, will be given away to some lucky shopper on Christmas  Eve. Entry forms are available from cashiers at each of the businesses from Thursday,  December 10th until December 24th at noon.  \  ,  ^ho&mnci ^J4c  Thursday, December 10th - 10 a.m. fo 6 p.m.  Friday, December llth - 9 a.m. to 9 p.m.  Saturday, December 12fh - 9 a.m. fo <_? p.m.  laupM-aWaaai^p^j^^ipjji^aa-,.! l^llfJ'I^JJp��p��qifpiayail^  |>ii^__������i_nimH  4."4.,Y<b ilf'11aa-i1FtkFjlHi^m,l|||.-|.i|.,fra.-.1||.. 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Ken and Lorraine Goddard opened up  Goddard's Fashion Centre in the Gibsons  shopping area in 19G8 but later relocated  in the Sunnycrest Shopping Plaza. Appreciating thc fact that it is necessary to  grow in order* to progress they took advantage of thc Trail Bay Centre in Sechelt and decided to open a second store.  Both Ken and Lorraine were brought  up in the Fraser Valley but have resided  on the Sunshine Coast for the past nine  years. Until he purchased his own business, Ken had worked for Rockgas Propane on the Sunshine Coast.  Their new store was designed by Lorraine who spend considerable time studying some of the more modern concepts  in Vancouver and district shopping centers. The result is neat, functional and  yery attractive. Both have donned work  clothes during recent weeks and have  set to with hammer and nail, paint and  brush, in order to be ready for the grand  opening of the centre this week.  Ken is a Gibsons Alderman and both  have been active with Chamber of Commerce, Kinsmen and Kinettes, and right  how Ken is a member of Sunshine Coast  Kiwanis  t"_T      JW0t��$m$r& A"S_>V"!_s^iK_'1** ���*��� ^ti  ?i��*fif  III       "     ^4i-rl ^    *  ��W��  tysm  If-V*?.    .gfl/a.*  1.11$! 7  V^-MP'*"  'W'i'4  �� *��y^*~  mi *^^^:  ��� *_*K&.L >f$.7i7< *>i^A  ��.*���">*. 7j/M��'7  r  hlm^mi  Local Christmas Seals  up. $68. over last year  A TOTAL, of $902.00 have been contributed in Sechelt Peninsula area to the  annual Christmas   Seal   campaign, said  chairman, Mrs. Faye Lewis.  This is an decrease of $68.00 over the  same-period last year.  Since the campaign began tlie first  week in Itfovember more than $189,000.00  toward this years target of $430 thousand  have come in from around the province  to work toward elimination of tuberculosis and the growing number of cases  of respiratory diseases such as chronic  bronchitis and emphysema.  "Women's Lib would almost appear to  be at work in the field of respiratory  diseases," said Mr-;. Lewis in providing  also latest figures from the Dominion  Bureau of Statistics.  A  at �������l,'y I.*. S _**!* Wajji lin H||ju|lf l��W��jJ.*Ja* 'J a-M.ay^*W'i*��_W**��al<l)'al**l  d  (fSe&t    Widkes for  tlie  Ijutun  cm  from  PHONE 886-2938  J_#Eg!?f^^  N  V  Ready for Opening  Ken and Lorraine Goddard have good  cause to look happy for last minute  touches have been completed and  their new store, Gdddards Fashion  Centre, at the Trail Bay Centre is finally ready to participate in the  grand opening this Thursday at 10  am. *"*"���'  Juvenile Soccer  week-end results  JUST one more Sunday to go before Sunshine   Coast   Juvenile   Soccer   has   a  Christmas recess.  Last Sunday results:  DIVISION 7  Shop Easy 0, Chessman 1. Warriors 3,  Ken Mac 0. Tee Men 1. Local 29? 0.  DIVISION 6  Cougars G, Madeira Park 2.  DIVISION 5  Timbermen 1, Cuper Valu 1. Tiger  Cats 1, Braves 3.  DIVISION 3  Cancelled.  SCHEDULE  Games scheduled for Sunday, December 13:  DIVISION 7  Chessmen vs Ksn Mac at Gibsons 1  p.m. Local 297 vs Res Warriors at Gibsons 2 p.m. Tee Men vs Shop Easy at Sechelt 1 p.m.        ��� -,-  DIVISION 6  Roberts Creek vs Cougars at Roberts  Creek 2 p.m.  DIVISION 5  Super Valu vs Tiger- Cats at Gibsons  1 p.m. Timbermen vs Braves at Sechelt  2 p.rri.  DIVISION 3  Totems vs Gibsons Legion at Sechelt  3 '|-fcriaJ-F..ri> j.* ' "***    _~..  /.I  A  *m+0**,*,r*w*mw.0t0i.*t*0,r* t*,0t*.**���0^*+*mii.m+i,n  -*.��. aft.aflh._tl   ltJ*Jl>l..|*a-   -    ������   ���__-_������-�� a-**-*  ���.*  ���*���   �����-_*-_���_���__�������.-*_.��.   mm.       ���  '" **��� ���m>.^.e+^lm,m^M0m  mA*,**^mmm*r*0r*"***-+*r+y+l.+ ^***�����*-_������_ i-i 4tnt��.w*^*mmi*, *-\  Wednesday, December 9, 1970     N The Peninsula Times Page C-3  . . _���-_,.- __,*--** J #      _->- -_.V _*_.____- w-      m 9      a .��    -w *a��w       ���   ��>�����������_����������������_��        ��� IHIWV ���   ��_M  *een.  o  ��H330CMie<  efiett  -FSWmmjWM^^  i; __.'._ _r.'.' .v.:_v .t.lw_m___to^  A  I  ^���1  CTT3  iELTA, B.C  J ..-_*_&.^'^^W'^iJI'jl1.',.'U'ly'iuii'lff i^iiaLiW|Fji^iiui_,j_aL^j.N^|mi,ji;ii|aji_iiiii. jjii j.u ii^j....M.j��.^.iii^^ Fijinij 4ii)Wi..|'.&..>:.|amH��|��.ii|^  ,._-___.._-__.-- .v--*__*.,. ��___*_,. ,._**p.,T3_^._y*__**7***_., ._*._.._ ._.___________. i_,.._.��� __><_<���na...?.-.. a_,__,_j _,,_ ��� __,__._��� I ,r _..__._^__iJi__i___.-_U..^,_A'__J.^l��__r__.__._ j.l__.t,_i _!1-'._1_  _.  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Am.i.i _���__��._,__._3.��� _i.���f,...., - ..___���.___,���.��___ ___.._.��� ......���,__��_���__,_,__ ____.,___ ._���__������_______���'_. ._.'. .,..._...,_. ,���_.._,.__. -fll.__.__ I ._,. ���._���__���_v  'rcictotA  , Seciieif -1  -��/  IC/ Abbotsfor  % Gibsons -  C��IIW@fr - CI^A  ov__o  '��7  '���J  !  iNCRE  !AX GL  i LTD., VessKOU.. cr - Com  ouver - ��LAZING & ENTRAWCEiS  SeeheEf -  AINT8I  ^igsy^^  ��____:  ���sffigiia&ss^ia^^  351  an   a  ���#  IORTH COAST FOREST PRODUCTS, Burnaby - DECKING  ARSHALL WELLS - ROOF INSUIATION  GULF BUI LPBMG SUPPLIES, Sechelt - GYPROC, SBPBWG  .N  s*,g_��!^^  ^^m^iW^mt  |SSq��is_^^^^  ^vnmwr** *&���**** r*-. ��*���  r *���+. I "a���.*�����������  *-.-___��, **�����������,-��. ..MJM>lf*f��,__>| �� | J-1��  1 laaati W._flrM.nal.Mii<��_WhM__fft)��. J_a* i._-.|a_.  ,  ^  ���_._m hiiti n ������>i��� nniLr,Li~�� fill-��� iti^iii���i ��ri-^r-*r-ii-*tii-r.--.-,-i-,'i-** ��� |��� r r ������ ������-������--I-*-���**���>--���-���-��� - 1,,-n-*! -ni|i��-ir**-i*-i 'i** r****** * * '** *li *��� ��� �����������*"��*���' ����� ^.*^*���^���^���aWa-**-****.--.*a*.-..^ **��,*,,>__*.._\* -A!  y��JI*^ |lV~WW^aW��--*_��l|*****>.^M*^,^al***>^  the Peninsula Times      Wednesday, December 9, 1970  *0**00*m.H I m^  //!/*���**   **���> Vr*  ,Mlte**-- j  l*3tV -& d' ;,     \  L^on linen lal  l^oifjured  and foouliqu&  in the Trail Bay Centre, Sechelt  '" *^^  5 Stylists to Serve You:  Jean Brown, 885-9846  Peter Hg, 885-2339  Diane Allen'(nee Ono), 885-9453  FOR APPOINTMENTS PHONE 885-2339  S__________S5______g___!  Attractive Centre  _,.._���. ... . |a^|i___^  Trail Bay Centre officially opens at ^^f^^^^^AMi*MMam'  10 am tliis Thursday but many people fe|��M  had a pre-view  last weekend and j^^JeI3-'-*.-!!  were jdeligh ted with Ihe new shopping ���**&_ |H^|#K  mall in Sechelt   which brings   the S~%te f J- p^ffa  convenience of big city shopping, in ^W.*__.^*l|?-r^  the tranquil atmosphere of a more W/^��"  rural area. The bright and attractive- |pjf| VJv', / iw*  ly designed modern stores open onto *-J^l"JS-X*^^  the centrally heated enclosed mall &��� -|I%]'a-|S'v  with tiled floors and natural wood i��:'ll.i;-,;;1.*l'"  finish.  Royal: Bank manager  from 100 Mile House  NO official announcement of opening of  the Royal Bank at the Trail Bay Centre had been received at pres time but  it is learned the new manager will be  Mr. Keith Duffy.  Mr. Duffy .vas previously in the personal loans department of the 100 Mile  House branch. He is married with a family  and  has  taken  up residence  in  the    *^��.'5?;__.  Davis Bay area. j^'  Sechelt Garden Club  approves constitution  SECHELT Garden Club held a special Marshall  Wells  meeting  on Wednesday,  December 2 Assisted   by   two   of his    sons   and  to approve the constitution and by-laws. young daughter, All Bredefed is seen  Mr. Frank Read chaired the meeting and stocking up shelves ill his Marshall  S,;ec2'���Ae?**n thHe c����s-*-tut10n and Wells hardware store. As seen, such  * nK Sn^ake place at 8 p.m. ���_ .^ *���>. a multitudinous, variety  ______��___��________________a____i^^  I  i  t  TMIL BAY SHOPPING MALL  >:  VJn  a ^ucce46[ul   Ljrand   \Jpeninq  We Did The Necessary Levelling And The Paving  For The Parking Lot.  & fQ  885-2343  .  _s*w*����__*��5j��i��^  I  f  5  Sechelt Bowling Lanes  ���by Eve Moscrip  FIVE pin, six game tournament between    2ii.��. (706). Karen Jensen G44.  Sechelt and Gibsons resulted in very Wed. Ladies Matinee: Bubbles Creigh-  _,_...  ,.._-_,..(, ��.._,. ,.��,__ H.a-_ _.u �� F...��. . ...         ivhjph r-j.11 fnt* inna hnnrc nf secneu ana urnsons resunea in very wea. i_acues Matinee: uuddh  February  3rd,  1971  in St. Hilda's Hall. ��i;S^ close scores-with Sechelt  gaining 24598 ton 669 (259). Hazel Skytte 633  Sechelt when new officers will be instal- painstaking Work to fit into the dlf- d Gibsons 24578 r������._.,,.; .i-  rr.n,.r.���  w.,������  led. ferent departments. AlfopensThurs- T^%��w&MPn ���, fi_Andv. IjWllie ?��������"�� ������hc*u?���  Holiday greetings to all from the Gar-    day of tWs week and looks forward     i^L^xF^vP^^fk Mens    S.! 2^��7m\ Sam McK-ewleT?!; 2_?8  den Club, and keep those flowers bloom-   to making many friends in the com  ing. A       munity  Hi Single Turner  Berry 344.  Ladies  Hi    (810), Roger HockneH -276, Tony Butting  Single   Ev  Prest   305.  Low   score   Jack    282, Lionel McQuaig 330, Val August 277,  ��_W��_����BM��8B��M��M(________(I_M_^^  ON THE OPENING OF  i__S___��S*m#_"��__��^^  WMl BAY SHOPPING MALL  WH**t^!W'*-"jW'Wl^JW  ���^���ftft-'f t~.��,ti,.t>t.,ZMr?5ttir^^  885-9513  TO ��. FL0RRIE CLAYTON AND HER SOi  DICE. Af.D JOHfJ  Sechelt has grown since tho little store; the lato Mr. Edric Clayton opened  on Cowrie Street; then to a larger store known as TOMBOY and later  known as SHOP-1ASY and now this beautiful SHOPPING CENTRE.  Truly a credit to tho CLAYTONS.  W,c����/Wr*.WJ.W*r  Lowden.  Ball and Chain: Turner Berry 621,  George Derby 607, Phyllis Handford 753  (292, 310), Ester Berry 795 (314, 250").  Lynn Simpson 611, Pelle Poulson 747,  (351), Roger HockneH 764 (306), Bubble;  Creighton (671).  Juniors: Craig Rodway 403 (253. 150),  Lori Nestman 216 (120), Tom Creighton  181, Michael English 153.  Seniors: Andy Henderson 583 (243  220), Darcy Stephanson 450 (200).  Mixed   10 Pin:  Gordon  McCourt  200,  387. Lil McCourt  160, 302, Dorothy Rod  way 167.  Tuesday    Ladies:    Norma    Radymski  Wildlife dr&ma for  Gibsons movie fans  FOR   those   who   have   fully   recovered  from "Woodstock" Twilight Theatre in  Gibsons presents "The Savage Wild," tin  other   exciting   wildlife   drama   for   th-  family,  Filmed in the far north of Carnal;, juM  below the Arctic Circle, "The Snvag-*  Wild" is a thrilling account of man's in  vasion of the harsh environment of the  animal kingdom and his int.-(-ration with  nature and its denizens.  Intellectual entertainment for the elite I.s the name of then am.; when "Woman In Love" starts on Sunday. But up  pcnnuu'cs can be deceiving and'so thl  movie will appeal to anyone who think,*,  and Is interested in human relation, hip-  in a society where .such things don't seem  to matter any more.  Ha/.el Skytte 278, Arvella Benner 088.  Best Wishes for A  Successful Grand Opening  TO  ��WB������B������W^^  i*_��!��Wl��_SS����Bt^^ .  FROM  HIGHWAY 101, SECHELT  Telephone4885-2292  =====  __.... h _..,...._ i  h*aj-kM*ia>_a__#__-TU.t^A^Wl>.lt,--__l  w*t-*faw_***wi*my m*��**<*jWJt*****  ..V��f-_.A..  .  lT'��*^7"'ffI7'  ^r^r^?  **F*imH)W,u*-"V!4V0ptm\f?l>pmKpm  >LlU-_a.a_^U_.._.aft_>___>  iiyiii.'H'i'imww  wffl^ .___,__���_���,?, ,_j.w__T* A^a.t-to.w.  wmmmm  77-o-.,: ",,%-*,;. 4//  :flii!if.;iil.!Iipj^  <ill!il!iliii!lS[il!!fl!I!f!ifL^Hii!ldl!li^^^^^  ____ iiilillB^  A wife Is a person who sticks by her  husband through nil the troubles b<-  womld have avoided If In- had remnine-l  single,  <mm^     In He  Honor Of The Grond  Opening Of The New Trail Bay  Shopping Mall ...  mmm is having k special  CHRISTMAS WARE. UP SALE!  �����-_;-*_;f-.--t-_{-<tc-e-<����*��*��.��_:f��*s-c-vw .^'.��^,��;^,e^r'���|���.���sl_��'-;���^����l���, .'<'*x,��'--,r;,  */  .  i  1  t  1  l'��l}iTft'%l%'t\^%l'il%%'t\T��l'4%W  ffeafisriirig BUTTON VESTS  Reg. $10    Cm   Mm.  SALE U ��lw>#^  MORGAN'S.  ScchcH - Phone 805-9330  iMi**��i<***aiff*����iw--i-^��iWMMw  wS������)i��t��s��(��s��f^^  1^���  "T3Er73  mi n  as  !!l;!:iOii!;!iiii!iilliii!!!l!!!!i!:!I!!!!!iiili]  FLOORCRAFT LTD. OF VANCOUVER ARE PROUD TO HAVE PARTICIPATED IN  THE CONSTRUCTION OF THIS FINE NEW SHOPPING CENTRE IN SECHELT BY  SUPPLYING AND INSTALLING THE VINYL ASBESTOS TliE THROUGHOUT.  f "��  In order to help new homemakers on the Sunshine Coast, Floorcraft is holding a  sale for 2 weeks (Dec. 10th through Dec. 24th of FLOORTILE, CARPETS AND  RUGS. A large selection and stock is available tor your immediate requirements,  with Do-lt-Y our self Advice, Samples and  Experienced  Help  offered  for  your  future Wall to Wall requirements.  Come in and meet Al Quinn, Carpet Specialist  !:;.i:.!.l.!:i!!!!iE  |-?:!A'!:!:!!.!!:^  mm ARE A FEW IN STOCK SPECIALS:  ���". "*���  i_=_  '__..  *("__-        ��    a,  !_=*_�����_._���        _  l."*_5  ]K_  |t-<4 _,  IE  I.   -  t..J  __�����_*  _T.j  77:  it mn Vinyl Asbestos tile' i��s ^ -'--"��� ���"��� ^  (-ructions available.   Sq.   yd.  only  .V Intloor-Oufdoor Carpel, 6 **"��� q"��",y c��nod,a" moi��-  _=  12* width. Sq. yd. only  Heavy qualify. Nationally known manufacturer.  it Invitation 2 Color Shag-Nylon, l"[TZ  width.  ��� CARP��T REMNANTS * SHEET ORION  * AREA RUGS  all at very low prices  _M^^  18  f flllBlfllfli  oorcFa  /���l*6��a>y  lifiliilitriliiiiiiiiiiiiiiiliiif^-*-1  ip;*U  TEaiPORAHY ADDRESS: TRAIL BAY SHOPPING CENTRE- SECHELT  k   _**,***. f�� �����> ^1*0*0*   ^aajtW**.**.****!!*-4"---^ 0t ^k.0Kj0+j^r*.~"lm*.~l4   *_*___.,a^ ���>*. M_M ��  hi^**��tw**Sn--_ *��!*��>���*��n*%-A 0*,0.,m*m900*m*.**i*i*i*m��<l">'"< %  Wcdng.dqy/i)ecembe. 9,1970     The PQitpsufar Tftneg ~        Page C-5  mSMtS^^iVmm^t^mSi^M^s^SSSSi^Ss^^m  ���  , ' <* . *  0**00&0\ti0m**my*mmmtiito00*\*m*mm,^m.MM*m un w0Oim��\\m%imm0im.y^  _j_i_a__-*wi_tja.-Tn^^  801  f?777s,*'-n>-w.<: < I  te^v">,^?^'W'rt*r, _  .',",_*'*'  Oo-  Sports Section  Posing in the sporting goods, section    lie had a busy time'preparing for the  of his i)ew Marshall W6lls store. Alf   opening day but' many -fingers make  Bredefeld joins ih the grand opening  this week at the Trail Bay Centre.  With his wife and four youngsters  Major advance . ...  light work and "the job has  been  accomplished.  GRAND opening of tho Trail Bay Centre  this Thursday December 10th marks,  a major advance Tor Sechelt and indeed  the entire area for it provides the district  with the very latest in shopping concepts.  Already people from each end of the  Sunshine Coast have flocked to take a  preview and almost without exception  have indicated approval of what has been  described as a "miniature Park Royal."  Considerable faith in the district is  reflected by the complex with its large  and attractively designed stores all under-  one roof, colorfully decorated and all  opening into a spacious mall.  Credit for the imaginative venture.  goes to the Clautons of Shop Easy who  from a humble beginning in 1950 have  continued to emphasize confidence in  Sechelt by not just growing with it but  rather by growing ahead of it.   *  The late Edrtc Sidney Clayton who  passed away March 22nd 1965 built his  first food store here in 1950 and in 1956  opened the Tom Boy store which later  became Shop Easy. This was enlarged  in 1962 and has served the community  well since that time.  Since the death of Mr. Clayton the  store has been operated by his widow  Mrs. Florrie Clayton and son Richard.  Aware that the community arid adjacent  area can only go ahead it was decided  the time has arrived for expansion and  from this decision evolved the shopping  mall project.  Once at the drawing board stage a  number of local businessmen were given  first opportunity to re-locate, others such  a.s the Royal Bank arrd Western Drugs  indicates interest and in short time sufficient merchants were prepared lo sign  leuses that the scheme became economically  feasible.  / Many obstacles had yet to be overcome, property purchase which depended  upon rezoning was but one. This drew  inevitable opposition from a small group  of residents but was approved by council  which made its decision with the interests  of the community as a whole in mind.  The centre, now completed, has more  than justified that decision.  Largest single store will be that of  Shop Easy with a total of 14,000 square  feet, and about doublo that of the old  building, Shelving show cases and equipment aie of the- very latest design and  meat .section, vegetable sections, refrigerated cases and bakery products are all  displayed to best .dvanlagc,  Question of vacated stores in the Sechelt shopping area being left empty has  certainly failed to materialize for in the  few instances of location change, the  vacated premises havo been taken up by  other buslne,*,.. concerns, Oir the'whole,  most <if the stores in the Mall are now  lo the area and include Marshall Wells,  Royal Bank, Goddards Fashion Centre,  Continental Coiffures and Boutique, Snack  Bin* and Western Drugs. Uncle Micks  Shoos have expanded n second outlet  known as Bags Shoes and Bo^ts, Campbells Variety has the second largest outlet and operates a Stedmans franchise.  Two remain empty hut are under negotiation, Thoy will be occupied temporarily  by the Art Gallery and Floorcrnfl Ltd.  Total cost of the Trail Bay Centre is  approximately   $"-l)0,00(.  and   tho   largest  single project yet completed  within  the  village of Sechelt.  . Coincide! .tally, opening of the Centre  this Thursday marks what would have  been 46 years of marriage for- Mr. and  Mrs.  Clayton Sr.  -4  . /  . Richard Clayton  Richard (Dick) Clayton of Shop Easy  has played a major part in establishment of the Trail Bay Centre and  official opening this week terminates  a period of considerable activity since  decision to construct was finally  reached.  I____________5  NOW AND IN THE FUTURE . .  pui,ajui'iiwl'J'��_mW|naWi_..WUI_l .liiimiiJlinii|iul.u.nnBiwu.fe. ajmlwajwafwupiia  ffWfflSMft*  eagaa  TRAIL BAT SHO^PItMG MALL  iSW&Mii^^  WMHttliHWWM^  IT WAS OUR PRIVILEGE TO DO  ALL THE NECESSARY EXCAVATING AND  EARTH MOVING AS WELL AS ALL  THE CEMENT FOUNDATIONS.  ji  .0  ITO.  ��� _____J       l_J fc-aa-W^     -IP  885-966��  BOX  172, SUNSHINE COAST  HIGHWAY, SECHELT  \  _*-'_;  A A,  oUau6 -Jvre J^rere  aPPf  Ul WM  CIP3  vm  Yaain.  vaam;���������/���  ft  fm  n  jpfSs'-V*"!  .j.^Tn  f  c___ir_.  .^-^  Former store manager  joins shopping centre  FORMERLY manager of Simpsons-Sears  in Prince George, Alf Bredefeld opens  up his new Marshall Wells store in the  Trail Bay Centre this Thursday and by so  doing will realize a desire to operate his  own hardware store.  Before joining Simpsons-Sears Ire was  employed in the hardware business with  Mae & Mac and this is where he decided  to ono day have his own store, A year*  ago ho approached Marshall Wells and  negotiations begun to establish in Sechelt.  Born in Polund, Alf came lo Canada  at the ago of three and started life as  rt new Canadian at Kelowna B,C, Since  then he has lived in Penticton, Prince  Rupert and Prince George. A veteran of  world war two he served with the Royal  Canadian Navy and saw service at home  and abroad on u destroyer.  Alf and his wife Vickie have four  children ranging from 12 to seventeen,  three boys and olio girl, During the past  week or two, prior to opening, he Iras  therefore not been short of willing helpers,  Interested In community affairs, ho has  served with Chambers of Commerce and  Ihe Royal Canadian Legion, Once settled  down he says ho hopes to play his part  In tho Sechelt Chamber,  *e,^o^VC'   %19.  5r^3a��*-~.|  >n*..'  WJ  \k//  ete refection ��? for 5 awct GIIFT  "Your Christmas Store"  17 7      '" \  I       I <."f--fa��-^*>>S  ���    S             .1 F "*  ',       .����� ****���*, ���   -  toy*****  LZ~i/J  Bay Shopping Centm? Sechelt, B*���*  _*   . -j**-'- ���"*���**   ,  0-J&7 >^5a  ���"������'*    ���*   "*--*   -**�����   Jl-I    -"j    -_r~_tT-.(-   -**l"   *�����    ���-     ���*    *�������   ���*   ***-��  *. *-0t**.0,.0��0JU0*0*-****  t.   -*   _��-.   a*. _*��., ���*.   K0   ^-*, _**��� ,'W^l*^IE_y'i*l"f''!t|1'^ ''      ,'" '    ���"*"*���*"'"**"** ���"'"���I irI||   ���,������ ��� | ��� j|**M^M��ll   ���*   ���>"���   **********  \  <->  fiail Bay Centre  FIRST to open his new store in the Trail  Bay Centre, one week before official  grand opening, Neil Campbell of Campbell's Variety has found his faith in the  community well justified for in the three  years he has been in Sechelt it has been  necessary to expand. ���  ��� Now operating under a Stedman franchise, Mr. Campbell's Trail Bay Centre  premises are double ��� the size of his old  location. The large numbers of customers  who visited the store during last week  were honestly surprised at both size and  the business and quantity of items available.  Mr. Campbell proudly boasts that his  price's compare more than favourably with  City prices and in many cases are considerably lower. This was borne out by  comments of many happy customers last-  weekend.  Neil and his wife Marilyn together  with two young sons came to Sechelt  frpm Prince George and opened up Campbell's Variety in June 196?..,Since that  time he has been active in Chamber of  Commerce and Sunshine Coa,st Lions. He  is ,also on the Recreation Centre committee. .  Both were born in the Maritime Provinces and it was there that Neil commenced  his  traitiing with* the Stedman  chain in 1951. For eleven years he served  with the company at stores in Prince  Edward Island, New Brunswick and other  towns in Nova Scotia. His first management position was at Berwick, Nova  Scotia and later at Bridgetown in the  same province.       A  '.....  Moving west in 1901 he first managed  a store at Cranbrook B.C. then on to  Quesneland from there to Pi-ince George  wheic^he look over for opening of the  large Sledman store at the Spruceland  Shopping Centre. There he was responsible for a staff of more than forty.  During his employment with. Stedmans, Neil won for himself a number  of sales awards which included the Canadian   Wide  Sales  Competition.  Once he had decided to enter business for himself, he carefully studied the  potential of many communities before  deciding on Sechelt. His faith in the community has not weakened as his new  move indicates and both he and Marilyn  look forward to a long relationship with  the Sunshine Coast'  Stedmans have a total of 375 stores,  franchise and company owned throughout  the country with about forty in British  Columbia. Head office is in Toronto together with large new warehouse with an  area of 175,000 square feet.  Page C-6  The Penlnsulo Times      Wednesday. December 9,1970  ' A.'.-. .',.'M'<*,-Jaf  -*.  * .  "  -_!*��� * "fai _i__B_-_-_-_; _*).. SfSS ��\____L*'A__���_B*. _* -_u**______ti^__________  Celebration  Celebrating their second opening in  less than three years, Marilyn and  Neil Campbell have found their faith  in the growth of the district fully  justified. The first Campbell's Variety  opened on Cowrie Street 2% years  ago and in no time there was a space  _.  shortage which necessitated the move  to their new home in Trail Bay Centre. Besides working hard in their  business both Marilyn and Neil are  active members of the Lions, Lady  Lions and Chamber of Commerce.  WeWish to Express  incere  S9t_SIS��B*W����*��*#ttW*��*^^  *SlS___����i8_"_*_��.*^^  IT WAS OUS PLEASURE TO  TAR AND GRAVEL THE ENTIRE ROOF  OF THE NEW BUILDING  Use 'Tunes' AdBrieis to Sell, Rent, Buy, Swap. etc.  ��� TRAIL BAY HARDWARE (Marshall Wells)  ��� WESTERN DRUGS  & GODDARD'S FASHION CENTRE  ��� BAGS - BOOTS - SHOES  ,_^v_t__tgf  Vast Selection  Opening officially on Thursday at store opened a little ahead of time.  Trail Bay Centre. Campbell's Variety New features are tlie "smoke shop",  store with just a section pictured the fully equipped "pet section" and  here, now has the space to offer a the "music shop"'. Expansion has  wide range of goods. Many offered also meant new job opportunities for  at less than city prices as happy young people,  shoppers found last, week when the  Jbi^GjuX  mm��  Gibsons  F. Daugherty, Mgr.  "The First Canadian Bank"  Madeira Park,  ���i  I  I  i  i  / (i \   I   I gM��Bg_WCTH__attfl      1^!  I  Si  Sechelt s^  E. W. Booth, Mgr. {��  *-__. I *���**���*������!  G.  R. Norris, Mgr.  ��� 55 *mm mmmm>*mMmmmmmmi  ���*N5_____&____*.i.,,,,_l___^ _* ^...���*_.).. _'_t.t_...,..���,.n_.*t ,_.^*44.'--M.A.-  i-r w��mm ����� w@mm  -��� a^rrart:  ___n____M____M____M___M___^  *  -   �� "' 'Mr  tail  oioiniain  P-Juck  M��sK_��_��___����_*4i_s_*'_s__^  - , A  ; ^A \r .$, 5 Gallon Complete AQUARIUIV1 OUTFIT  '���r^^^^&'i 10 Gallon Complete AQUARIUM OUTFIT  :^^flTO��^ Above cc  It**mW%W^t::" ���   Filter,  $ a 6.88  $23.88  consisting of Stainless Steel Aquarium, Canopy with Light Bulb, Pump,  Foodf Thermometer, Glass Wool, Charcoal, Airline Tubing and  Instruction Book.  ,m��tg$g&$rc^^  _3_  YOUNG BUDGIES  YOUNG BUDGBES  $4.98  $1.88  n',Vimaii^lir J*-!***"  ____.________J.L__  ' *���*.*  ����iSW_^^  mmi��miM3eBie$mws  _��_  ___________r____:  g_!__gsaiax_ira_  Large Selection ot  Tropical Fish.  mmimtmmmmmmmmmmMimMmmmmmmmsm  ��i  BABY GREEN TURTLES  each    ��Is  M^smmmsmimmiimiimtmmsm^^S^mS^S^S^^^Si  FRM GOLDFISH WHILE THEY LAST  Limit of One per Person to be given away on Friday, between 7 p.m. and  8 p.m. and Saturday botwoon 10 a.m. and 12 noon.  Muwm  $ tLh    c-Ja f__-_i     f___J_a ______     tLhdis r. ..rr_U i_!______Q ri__r_0    Dfc__>-  ____>_i lM\��*smiW.*��^  Located in the Mew Trail Bay Shopping Centre - Sechelt.- Phone 885-2335  -;���!.'  ���M��*w***��w'''****',>'1 "  v+H.&.l**v+4tJ0wf****  MIM J��|IM>    'P.    I-**  ,.___.  ���.-^a*     <*���     K*    at-a.A.41      ***Ar"*     ���**>-' *��� .<  H&a_��!w^^  4       4  ..-"        ia    aF-*  *.      .      <  *���**���__.  �������*. ..  AND  I STORE GIVE-AWAYS  DAILY-SHOP OFTEN  including  * Table Lamps.  *  Ironing Board  * Aladdin Lunch Tote Bags with  I       - matching Thermos  * 1   Electric Warming Tray  '  * 1  Aladdin Wide Mouth Thermos  *   1  Rubbermaid Turntotel Spacesoner  * Ladies' Wet Look Shoulder Bag  * Boxes of Chocolates  *   1 Large Model Kit    * 2000 Free Balloons  * 250 Free Telephone Pens  * 250 Retractable Pens  *   1-8 Track Cassette Tape Recorder  1000 Free Purse Memory Books  %  [br")  ni  -.'Xl.     <F  f-C<    .  THUIISPAY:.  10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.  FRIDAY:  9:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.ra.  SATURDAY:  9:00 a.m. to .6:00 p.m.  *-*-^i^^p***��*-*jaij��wpi..i*>*i*iMv  .,.._*,,..������ A......  "���"'H'i'W'W'W''  GO LIGHTER, DARKER, OR  GO FROSTED WITH YOUR  NEW COVENTRY GIRL WIG.  They're cosy to handle, pe_<**_ -curled,  and washing is a snap.  OPENING SPECIAL  WIGS '.:. - .$23.66  FREE BRUSH _ _ $1.99 value  , FREE HAIR SPRAY ..'... ...$1.99 value  Full Value $33.95  ALL  FOR  .��.  Don't miss our Special  on Panty Hose  Sizes small, medium and large.  only 66c  f,.;��._-*_rr,. *^  .en's Toughie Socks  $1.50 to $1.75.  all for 99c pair  i  Ellen's Fur Lined  Desert Boots  Sizes 7-10. Comfortable and  long wearing.  . S.S9  A large assortment  of Slippers  A grand Opening Special at  \1.44  See our selection of  New Ties  gift boxed and the new wide  styles  from i.99 to 3.00  Ladies'" Hair Brushes  A real steal at  *   (1.49  Men's Colored DRESS SHIRTS. Sizes  14-4-17, In colors of Lavender, Green,  Blue & Brown. Reg. $6.00 per shirt.  GRAND oiiNING SPE- (o) Hii  CIAL. 2 for,.    IV.  SAVE $3.01;  .��_  M  MISSES' ZIPPED  SKI JACKETS  with zippered pockets and side  openings for sitting cortifort.  Quilted lining and elastic cuffs  in blue, gold and green.  Reg. $10.98  State- Opening Special  ,.��.-������-, -^-v-rtf,-  :��>.-  *.  r-l*-  it*'4*t*. -      .,  %��j i*-, . A^��'.   " **    F  <."��'-V-**'v'Vl.V.  y   ^-^   -t     .-   ** FF-,    F.        _ ^.  ���i1 "J �� ,_ *<<*rr ? n * ! ���>*.  7 *?*._:��*  ,,   j'*��'  ���V  *x  w*  ?__  *>,v-,��\Af*'! -{*  *^Aa At A,'  ������  H  **�����,  V ��J'   'H  iV��*  JWl^-taJs)!--"..  jr  . *%  _%._���  ���%*1  is..  ?������-?.-"_._*._  1st       r  MM**,  !��."���  wW  HYDRO JACKETS  Heavy Duck Material,  lining, extra pockets ai  pered closing. Sizes 32  Regular price $9.9!  Grand Openin Spec  Ited  zip-  46.  :>!  _���.,., ,-  i^M  If -_, f*?>   E vi  _____>___��__  t        '*     F  'i-fA"  jAA  P*x&_.  .A-1  "3W7!  for *ffie man who has every-  l%.K i >A : V'II   thihg-a Schick Electronic Hot  __i      ...... -'      ..*��.- -/a.***. ^  Hof La. ner Dispenser.  BOYS' SHIRTS  -In -assorted -styles-*and colors.  Values to $4.95. Sizes.  . Grand Opening Pries  ��� ..MS-" M' '   mnn'ii in  -ff'-iJ    i-1 ��� ���*   ������ -^ -    ��� ������  ]  ^a l  tu  -v>U.  '%  i.v.  . -f ! �� f'  at'*** *   a     \i��VF,^*,��****Jf'!   f    "   ' 1/, .       4'.  _li*iui__J /Hi       'Lki.   1   __?".-.'i _.'> a  a#i.  / ~3iutA  Come and take advantage of our great priced pant suits.  For examplo, A-line tops in popcorn stitch with linen trim  also linen slacks, Sizes 7*16.  ONLY  Assorted styles in easy to care Fortrel, Machine washable and  always look neat,  PRICES AS LOW AS  OUB"  .arfH  for pipes, filters, fluid, flints  and a wide selection of  lighters suitable for  either him or  her.  ,_ r . .,.a.iij.ii JII.I.IMM jii im nnijj mi ii ,ij.iup.u Liijwiii, i.Il|||.,u.i   ., ..llu ill,   i..na.i  *-|    '���������\ii   i* n-Mi  ,    - -....-.-.,    n    "   4........-._   .._'  i,V.i  Hi  SKEPIOOLES M  CHARLIE BEOWM,  GOOFY, IHiCKEY  10USE CHARACTERS  SPECIAL  ".      a*��      -fl  ..-<  > **  :45/:  J**X!  l^  WORK SOCKS  Stedman's made. Reg. 79c pr.  Grand Opening  Special  3 pair in  a  pair in     ci   (jftCi  Pk9*      tt,o<y B  Ml-  '��        F, ft, j  'if'.. ?,i"?.  J�� ..V   -   ^  100% WASHABLE  COTTON HEM'S  PYJAMAS  -,1 ?A.  K t\'_*.<, *  All sizes.  FOR  ONLY  i*^.i  'I  .!  Swiss-made  watches,  wrist and  pendant, dustproof stainless steel back.  In a Gift Box, You can't loose.  Grand Opening _rj7  ^||  Special     _f��BB'  A WIDE SELECTION  OF HANDY  KITCHEN TOOLS  &d  at  each  "������I ����������� i...ia,ai i  iiiu l   111    ; ^     . ft>  Stretchy Dress Socks. Gift boxed, two     if ^ '7\  <H   mm    tOOPJ  LADIES'  BRIEFS  '\v?  \A  vi.��.  Rayon in assorted colors, lace trim or plain. Small, medium and  And for the Girls m  your me  How about a 'Kindness 20 Instant Hairsetter by Clairol  packed in a handy  carrying case.  ���J-"'  ,   -.-jk   large. Great stocking fillers. ��  pair  _<j. iim__.ii._iaa.   Z    _^, '".'J -a -a mK.  ���.-..,i:,j,.l y-ffl'^ )  Store Opening Specials  __#   for  f     "^  K  _3i  mm  o  TALKING  VIEW-MASTER'  REELS '  Reg. Prico $3,95.  Storo Opening Special  I r ������:  "*&***1*V0i0*fl  ����!��^iSwiWM^!a^a^^  r^-  _)  :=D  A  v    .  "\  T     fC���3  Jr=n_..    c.c  ___nXati-,\_.  V  (HAW  TS)W  JjtLL  ..L.A., Du_n OA  =5.  r-i c~a   r���;_!    t~-.-^v   m , ;  JL  ._ , .j  la"-.  t J  r  z-.n  SECHELT  TSP DM TOE ME^7 TC^AQP. [3AY SHQIPIPDMG CEOTISt.��  t. ..j l -."���-'  a *,  # /  30NE HBS-233S  .        F  _______a__.____av.^a_.^__._^a^^_aaa-,,#aw^^__^a..^ja��^_a.aH._^^^^^a^^^a^_a^a^<^^a_a,^_��._.._._ rf_a%_a.rfaja^xa^w*a^aaF_Maa_ay^aa._ajaj. !*"  F -   Jv-a,^   'K     VFV*IJP   ��_y "J.   i   ,  r\*V,O. * -     Ii ",    V -,F-  . <^a^^v^l>^4^aJ^l^ii^laa^,a^fjJm^^M^i^V  i*��>S*'&>**1**^*yi7AvZipvi4^i^^  Page C-8  The Peninsulo Times     Wednesday, December 9, 1970  i  **_*._ _M*��_��_W_��B��^^  ���1  _.__"!.._AM^W��.'M*.._'��^^  DUTCH OVEN  '&  s  E____J  CALA, 128 ox   LUMBER JACK, 32 oz.  II  Ml  i\i  [TO  PI  1TI1  MALKINS, 14 oz. _....���   Lia^     WESTONS, Pkg. of 12  ROYALE, Twin    _ 3"  ' $1  o   -v r  R      ii  I  6)  _->__��3 ��  \2*��.  Grade A Medium, Dozen  Better Buy  IM  L  B  S  Ev"*3  TANG, 32 ox.  ARDMONA, 28 oz.  C  c  c  Kl  10 oz. tin  imtmH  I  I. ii_i3  ll  J ill  NALLEY, Sweet Mixed Dills, 48 oz.    J_3^1/     All Varieties, 16 oz.  crpa  n  **+a  U.  i  tr.  _*J I*  uu  li\]  ���  C  si am%  &      YORK, 14 oz. ...  ROYAL, 12 oz.    F  0  R  r  o  R  ? ���  __._._- .   ROMPER, 26 oz.  F  0  R  WESTON'S  *o>  J       6 PACKS-BUY 2, GET ONE 6 PACK PEPSI  U   UU  T]  ?  J__  'iJ__������_**_aa_*..MWflril^^  ���__,.,.__, i.L_j_.__i.t_._1_-__IJj  M_i_._.._��.!_i.tg.*_.^^  5_*ffiS__F��SB__B____��a!��*1��_��_����BWMSt^  Fletcher's.  Ready to Eat.  Whole or Shank Half _ _  tlXJ      Grade A. WhoU  tb.  %  018  -5)1  Sliced, Burns or  Smoke House ..   Ib. ^)^J  fo)  io  'tl  u  Wll  fin  Ji]  POT  ib.  .oo  MOW  =F  iEPIOAIL  irt___jM>iut\iii*_��-i--  =31  ��'p wi_w.i*- imiiwih wwmum*  ���i*-*_wwimi*i*>-_iit nf. ���*����� iwhMTm  en  Golden Ripe  tfl  Thrifty No. 2  California Navels  t-0  t��73  W*^^Vt��WVVWWWft|P^��WIW��tf|HIWIW<l  FItOZEfM FOOD SPECIALS  U    U.S. No.   1  PRBCES EFFECTIVE: TMUR.,  DEC.  10 TO SAT.-  DEC.  12  ��l%W��*��il��W*��W��*%*VVWMM��IV^  Li!  I\\ I.;]  ����  BANQUET  DELNOR,  12 on. ..  CARNATION, 2 lb.  'fMWWM^WIWWytWAIWWMI^^  /  A\,����VS* ';��f.io.����   ^_  ^[^    _____   WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITIES  ;7"'7/~;j  @B5-2C.2S" SECHELT  777f7/7/777777777n/7U77n/7nunnnnnnni  7f  /7Z7Z7/7/7/7/7/.. $  /*  /  U<1mJ*.00tL*mi*r0l*t**S*A a-WMt* ���**�������aJH. -_���*--*"*��- -N- . **��� ���fll-l**-*** ���>���*-.*���>�� ��� mH* .I***!! ���"���    It**. ���** ����� -*���  * \   j *��� ���      :--.'.���-..-,  ���   n*,jJ~A ^*H-rfwj**l_n-.-u#_B--' flsN^tHi^A*  i Jtw.Jh,X'%. tk V V*^-^^*^'����.'**,k>**�� *!*.'���-**���-��.


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