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The Peninsula Times Dec 19, 1973

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Me_v including PertMfcllon,Hopkins landing* GranthpmsLending,Gibsons/RobertsCreek* I;M*<  W.Ison Creek, Selmd Pork, Sechelt, Holfmoon Bay, Secret Covo, Render Hxb.% Madeira Park, Garden Boy, Irvine's Undlng. pari Cove, fomonl hMFz       , .  ..'���. i'1'.jiiiifri.iin i).i,ii.. -in. _i< I,, i  i.)iii.ii..i. i .i ii .i .   ������ n,ii i.i" i 11 i im. mi., ii.  .i.i     i   (  \ '  '\     "A ~    .'" -1'"'  ��� a.*Vm__*_> _�������_�������'_��   a __*# .___.__._  _*_.   _..._> Mii*i__��u ��n_jeui___.  iu_i_p: .   .<___._    ii    m-    _���,        %__/__.���  ^  2nd CloW Mori  ��� RegirtratloWNo, U 4^  TMt tf we 2$ Pago* *-* 1?�� '*  THTTT  CIRCUIATION OF ANY PAPER ON THE SOUTHERN SUNSHINE COAST.  n  MM.     |i|.ii..|..,^i ���!..   nil..... Jill..     .   i      I     |    ii.Iii >       I] f    in,     i .1     | 11     1 m ���     1    1 1.        |im    nil ��� V   n 1.   [, 1   .    | 1.1   . 11.111 .  11.  Vol ii, m,4  Feasibility committee recommendation  I���**������.     H .1 UN'     ill 11 mill .1���'I ��.�� I     JUI im 1 1 11   i im in   ill      1  i._'*^r_P,_* ... T i *"* V-  X  WEOKg^AY. OECEMBER 19, 1973  -    .   ������!  ��l  II   |l  I ���������    <��|l      ���  I      PHI .'     '   "    '        ���'<        "     " "     '���  ���   ��� jr  School board oks rebuildina  instone school site  JBUPH-N3TONE Secondary  School will  J>e rebuilt- on its former Gibsons site,  Sechelt school board has agreed.  \ (See; editorial comment) ,  Trustees concurred Dec. 12 with the  recommendations of the school site feasibility committee, which call for reconstruction of junior-senipr secondary facilities  in Gibsons,\ coupled with a new junior  high school in ihe Sechelt area.  Building committee chairman Peter  Prescesky revealed that the district's insurance companies had come up with' a  final settlement figure for replacement  of facilities lost in the Elphinstone fire.  They offered $1,151,386 for replacement  of the building, he said, and an additional  $303,560 for equipment��� settMnent  of $1,454,956, y.     ,   . junction wtfh the junior," he said. "In the  Feasibility committee chaii?n_n,v tn|s- * Iqng*^ term,'Sechelt would be best, but by  tee Pat Murphy, said that the recently- ^hefy Seclfelt will needta senior secondary,  completed site study indicated that two . "anyway.'?     '  junior secondary schools should be built��;- ^Trustee Joe Horvath supported the  ���one in Gibsons anjd one in the Sechelt- ^recommendation, noting: "We can't add  Selma Park area. '    J vonto (JUphinstone) indefinitely, nor can  "Gibsons Was recommended lor the T we breik off sufficient student population  site of a senior secondary school in con- ' to' have a jsejwor secondary in Sechelt."  i    He felt th��t tho junior high school  _ proposed tot Sechelt would expand into  j.- a .{junior-senior sec&ndary within a few  ? .-years., /  ;lL/fHorvath said ,the board's next step  ^I^Bhould'be to 'qsk/its architect to proceed  ^l^th "t��l|ms for rebuilding Elphinstone.  If' ^ecrj?tary-treas. Jim Metzler said no  f ;��laos could be ipade for a Sechelt school  ���' jttntU tenders w^re in for the Elphinstone  construction  project  *T?ien We iWll know how we stand  .financially ana how much we need from  ) a, referendum,!* he said. <  "'   Me felt the; Elphinstone project should  have reached/the tender stage by March  'iUrni\>,  -'^b^thei:  {J  NOT   EVERYBODY  is  compl-tely are pictures of the youngsters and  sold on ihe idea of Santa-Clatis com- the jolly old elf. In Sechelt the lions  ing to town. This unidentified young Club sponsored Santa in the B?ink of  lady registered her protest loud and Montreal office and in Gibsons, J.  clear. However, most children in Se- Harvey Department Store, sponsored  chelt and Gibsons, enjoye4 sitting on > him.  Santa's lap,and in today's Titties there ^  icurance settlenipnt, Precesky  \ _j$f..q__t hp -fad pressed,for $1,325,532  Y _ri_ti the insurance companies.  |^.%^P)ey A?^tted out that ��� we included  l9Mi?tiuh tjjibg^tj. at were ^on-insurable,"  f'^..'kiald."i'��pC-��' out claim .was not sub-  ;;^&Miatedr l^^^efeaitea estimate,"  , 'X.Xtn -etfon*M$u_feg that the board ac-  ,.:'r|^afept the/instt|_gi^\oe��companies, offer, Pre-  ! f^ fc^ky said] t^/ )De,Rariment ^ of Education  _ _>.    .Ai_        ...    pe  companies  depreciation  This  resettlement' immediafelyvwith'the balance following as construction proceeded.      .  ;Precesky'queried the figuoe, said Met-.  3|ei/, and it .^.as reduced to ,'2S^per cent,  g^g the district 75 per cent of theViettle-  nii^nt immediately.  f"This  increases  our  immediate cash  payment hy $73,000," he said, noting that  the interest" on this sum would be substantial; ' �� --     '.  "I think we wound up in a very good  For parking lot  Village land sought  by restaurant group  POINTING out a feature in Ann-Lynn  Flowers and Gifts prize-winning wh_-  dow is Sechelt Chamber of Commerce  president Morgan Thompson and  standing by is owner Ann Martin.  position!" 'ssi d Metzler.:; % ^  ��V  i  Blue Angel  coming  Mrs Martin won the chkmber tror>hv    GIBSONS-^ibsons Elementary School is  r 1   _   4 kT...      cnamoer iropny presenting   the   Christmas   operatta  for the besk^hristmas decor. Runners   Little Blue Angel Dec. i_f _ A A 20.  GIBSONS���'Zommerset Hostelry Ltd,, the  group of investors which recently purchased Gibsons pool hall for proposed  conversion into a restaurant, has requested to lease village-owned land adjacent  to the property for parking purposes.  In a letter submitted to council's Dec.  11 meeting, the company's solicitor said  its clients were interested in leasing a  <J6 -foot road allowance and a 50-foot lot  immediately south of the pool hall on  Marine Drive.  Solicitors Wing, Stewart, Allin and  Good further requested advice on the  correct procedure for establishing a foreshore marina.  Council agreed to inform the solicitors  of the correct channels to pursue.  Under other business, the Department  of Highways informed council that it  Would be unable to undertake until spring  construction of a storm sewer in the ditch  fronting  Elphinstone  Secondary  School.  The heavy winter flow of water along  the ditch made an earlier start impossible,  said B. A. L'Hirondelle, district highways  manager.  Sunnycrest Plaza Merchants' Association voiced its opposition to the detour  signs presently diverting ferry.': traffic  away from that shopping centre.  Association spokesman, A. K. .Wright,  told aldermen in a letter that the merchants felt they were being discriminated  against.  '  He suggested that, instead of detour  signs, alternate or truck route signs would  be acceptable.  Aldermen supported the association's  opposition to the detour signs and agreed  to discuss the matter with the Department of Highways.  In    committee    reports,    Aid.    Kurt  �����eo page D-2  To provide information . . .  Counselling service  proposed for Coast  AN INFORMATION and counseling centre for the Sunshine Coast has been  formed by a group of social welfare professionals and concerned cltlzena, said  fijMceaman, BUI Iforut.  ��IIll_M��l_l_IIM__)M��l|IIH_tlll> limiMMMIMIMMII ,K  TIDESFOR THE WEEK  December 19th Ho 25th  ot Point Atkinson  I.  20  0313 12.0  0700 11.3  1230 14.8  2039 9.9  041S 13.7  0030 12.1  1335 14.4  2120 S.3  ft.  21  0S10 14.6  0933 12.4  141S 14.1  2200 2.9  Sa.  22  Su.  23  0345 1S.2  1033 12.4  1443 13.8  2233 2.7  0623 13.6  1120 12.4  1330 13.7  2310 2.7  Mo.  24  0633 13.7  1200 12.2  1610 13,3  2343 2.8  23  0723 13.7  1240  1690  "���7 k  11.9 W  13.4 rk  MERRY CHRISTMAS I  '.   m| TRAlLj BAY  SPO-STS UNLIMITED ,  Sod....  �� 803-2512     .'  jiiim . iHi.HMM. iiin����n��!��'��������<��>��i_��ii����imHii.i(ii������o.  up were Sechelt Beauty Salon and  Royal Bank of Canada. '  Florist shop  wins contest  1 ..1 ���   . -      1  SECHELT���Ann-Lynn Flowers and Gifts  won the Sechelt and District Chamber  of Commerce's trophy in the flr/st Christmas decor contest. Runners up were Sechelt Beauty Salon and Royal Bank of  Canada.  Only those businesses that entered the  contest were judged. Judges were Mrs.  Ellen Bragg, administrator of St. Mary's  Hospital; Warren McKibbin; accountant  and Aid. Dennis Shuttleworth.  ��� Judges based their decision on the following criteria: Originality, creativity, relevance to season, overall impact, (vjsual  and emotional) and interest to children.  The Judges stated: The overall impression was very good and all entrants have  obviously put a lot of thought and effort  Into the displays. It was encouraging to  note there were so many entrants interested in beautifying Sechelt."  Eleven entries were considered  by the  judges.  Committee chairman Bob Scales si^ld  that tho chamber looped to make the  contest an annual event.  Last Times  til Dec. 31  TODAY marks, tho last  edition  ot the  Peninsula Thnes before Christmas.  The next Tl^nes, a New Year's oriented  edition, will be Monday, Dec. 31.  Deadline fqr neWB and advertising for  the Dec. 31 issue will be Friday, Dec. 20.  However, in Order to beat tho rush, news  nnd advertising should be brought In aa  noon an possible starting today. Copy for  The Times will he accepted ut tho Sechelt  and Glbsoni offices today through Saturday. Tho Offices will be,closed ��)ee. 23,  Dec. 24, Ddc. 25 and Dec. 20. Office. Will  open ogfllj/i Thursday, Dec. 27 and copy  will bo accepted no later than 2 p.m. on  Friday, Dec. 20.  Tho New Year's edition will be distributed /in the morning of Dec. 31  ajid,  will feature a Baby of the Year contest.  Timw offices will be closed  Dec. 81  ftnd JahYl and 'then normal news and  .     ..    , . advet.I��ing deadlines will prevail for the  information on any office apaco in^conitral    next regular edition on Jan. 9,  S��-belt,  or  any  inoxftfcnalve  equipment Management and stuff of Qlbsonn and  Secholt offices of Tho / Peninaulo Times  would like to wlah all readers an4 advertiser, a very merry Christmas.    I"  The tale features. a<c_s->6f no fewer  than 300 pupils, including 30' main characters, the school band and four choirs.  School children will be admitted free  to afternoon dress rehearsals on the two  days.  For adults attending evening performances, a baby ;sitting service is provided  during the one-and-a-half-hour operatta.  Proceeds of the event will go towards  charity and school projects.  The operatta is being co-ordinated by  principal Dave Rempel and directed by  Colleen Johnson.  Miss Johnson explained that the plot  revolves around a spoiled princess who  believes there is nothing new for her to  receive as a Christmas gift.  Needless to say, she is shown' that  there is.  Music for the operetta is being arranged by Jim Pope and Arlys Peters.  Costumes were designed by Doris Fuller and made by parents. Norm Sallis and  Gordon Stevens created the sets.  Included In the operetta are 10 group  musical numbers and four solosX  Performances in Gibsons Eleihentary  School gymnasium, start at 7 p.m., Dec.  10 and 20. Tickets are availablo from any  student or phone 080-7100, 880-7150,  880-7448 or 880-7101 between 0 p.m. and  0 p.m.  A limited number of tickets will be  available at the door.  a warm hug from Santa, tho best gift of all.  By local service clubs > > .  Community school  concept proposed  COMMUNITY use of schools in this district may become a reality soon.  Enquiries from two local service clubs  , into the possibility of establishing Joint  community-school    recreation    facilities  were received favorably by the,school  board Dec. 12.  In a letter, Pender Harbour Lions Club  member ' Peter Benjafield explained that  his club was helping to expand recreation  facilities in its community.  He asked if the school board would  be willing to allow community use of tho  gymnasium at Pender Harbour Secondary  School In exchange for provision, of addi-  Purpose of the centro Is to provide a  number of services to assist families and  Individuals to deal wllh tho problems  encountered In our complex society.  The primary service will be to provide  Information on the agencies ond professionals availablo to everyone In need of  assistance. Out of this service the centro  expects to develop a counselling service  of Its own making use of trained volunteer workers. Some secondary services  which could developed include such voluntary) helping fser\Hlccs as meals on  wheels. B1k Brothers, homemakers, and  nn out-patients -transportation auxiliary  for St. Mary's1 Hospital.  The Information centre society originated au u nub-commit tee of the Sunshine  Coast co-ordinating council on health and  human resources, but will be registered  as on independent, non-profit society,  with membership open ' to the general  public.  Financing for the centre must come  flrom government grants, grants from  charitable societies, and private donations.  Although the grants have not yet been  received, the society Is hoping to obtain,  orflce space and equipment as soon* Ian  possible.    '        l   :  "We must  appoaf to  tho  public for  tional facilities.  The gymnasium building could be combined with the local community club,  Benjafleld felt.  Trustee Peter Prescesky said: "It  sounds like a reasonable suggestion." He  proposed a meeting between trustees and  the club to determine what community  uses were visualized.  Chairman Agnes ' LolbOntc said the  Lions' suggestion was very much in tune  with the board's intentions.  The second enquiry, from Gibsons  Kinsmen secretary, Ray Machon, said his  ���boo' page D-2   ......................,i..,.���.���.,....���.,���,......,.  Sunshine Coastings  by DICK  PROCTOR  and furniture. If you can help us please  contact Mrs, Henrlbtta Gray, at 885-d-M>,"  auld Forat. *  ' .' f "'     'I ' ' ' % "   ���  DEPARTMENT of highways. B.C. Tol and  Chew Excavating Co. Ltd, all deserve  a severe rap on their knuckles for allowing the shoulders of Hijjhway 101 to bo  dug up to put telephone cable underground during the wettest tlmo of tho  year.  The result Is a quagmire thot la a hazard to motorists and nny pedestrian foolish enough to walk along tho road, The  shoulders aro so soft, a vehicle can easily  ijet stuck. What happens if one of these  BOftspotn is hit by a car ,or truck doing  BO miles per hour7  Tho Tlmoa has been deluged with calls  of persons complaining about the conditions of.tho pad and the shoulders. The  highway Is bad enough without damaging  the shoulders. In some places, that's, the  best place to drive on the penlmul..  I feel that residents should let tho  highways department and tho telephone  company k^ow that the shoulders are  effectively ruined until' thi> rain stops.  There is one caH(.\th��t can be considered /  poctiq Justice. I snW a highways truck'  stuck in the mud of ono of the shoulders,  With/the, heavy rains of the past few  days, the ditching that the^ highway* d��-  the highway in many spots and there have  not been too many complaints of flooding  due to the runoff.  However, a number of old ago pon-  slonera ond others arc up in armu because  they have been sent bills by tho department charging thom to. install culverts.  This \ Ih unfair because the people concerned weren't even asked if they wanted  culverts, free or otherwise.  ��       *       ���  S-choU'o Ch-lnimns irea has been up  and down more times thjm an elevator.  The first tlmo the tree toppled from its  pedestal at the cenotaph was due to heavy  winds. Tho second tlmo wa_ because the  is an energy crisis, but a few days before  Christmas Ib not going to do that much  harm. It sure helps to get the Christmas to see tho communities and villages  decorated. Hope more homes are brightened up. From what I hear, people in Vancouver and the Fibbo* VAlloy ore not too  concerned about t)ie energy crisis���lights  are going up all over tho place.  * ��� 4  Tho Elves,Club is looking for volunteer drivers to help deliver Christmas  hampers in the vicinity of Gibsons and  Socholt on Friday. Volunteers will gather  at Gibsons United Church hall. Call 880-  0352 for information.  lines wero loosened. Somebody's idea ot a  big joke. But now, thanks to Budd Foam-      Tho  Times  received   a  curious  ley, Tcm Robilliard, Morgan Thompson  and olhors, the tree is alight and the  street lighting makes the village look like  a ^Christmas card.  Incldcntly, after knocking the telephone company, we would, also report  that the firm allowed Budd to use) Ita  equipment to put the lights on thd tree  and on Cowrie Streot. That wa_ neighborly, thanks/ '  Pnce again villago of Gibsons missed  pwtimtwil ha^i done twserns to bava ufcved    the boat on putting llghta up. Sure, there  IIIMIIIIMMI   *UU.��M..t��_._M,,_��^l��,|M��,l.,,,|,H,,M,^^  >  tele-  phono call last week. A lady phoned and  wanted to know If anybody had left her  sister's teeth In the office. No, wo assured  her, we have been chewed out In the past  hut never to the extent' that somcono's  teeth had fallen out, That Isn't what the  caller meant, however. It seems thht.the  (lister was having probltjma With her dentures but sho couldn'f get away to the ���  dentist so she enlisted her U-year^old  brother to deliver then^ for repairs, Four-  ���see paga B-B  '���Mill  MM  f  "'I  *m* - r  < i  VI;  :\  .'  ~ /  h  /  A-  The  ���_-.���  wmmm&  ' Ax  'l may be wrong, but I shall riothtTso wrong as to fail to say what I believe to be right.'  t   -   -- x^ ' "       X ''"** c "~J��W Awws   -  AH. to&iiXD,pfblishejA        ,     ,. Iti-____> T. Phoctor, Managing Editor  --mmwwuw  I  '  x  -^  ,  J     >  1   I  1  \  -  '  1  ���                       '              *  "'"  -.  '  <.             ���  r  t  .                  -         ...    .  ���'A  **.  ��� > v.        i  *  - ,          ^  !i  1'   ��� Tr~,y  .    '  ,  ��  A  PMft'  l  tK  ;m  l  V      ._  '.   ���         J  <  .fl  |\  ,     ��  -~  '    I  '     .  .  ���  .  %.  V    ���  ���  1  ,  .  -t  .  ���  -  7  ���    <r        '      ,  i  -  -  '   ,      \ >.                       ,  *  i '    p *i  %  ,  ->U{  . *  ^  "  '  *  -  *���  - f  && '���  :A poor choice  was  __<  5  v;  >  .%  -  5��  Sr  K  .THE  MtljC^aWTED, and liighly,  touted feasibility report has recommended that Elphinstone be reconstructed  ���as is, where is, presumably and the *>  public be damned.  The committee, whose mandate was  just to present the facts and not make  a recommendation, did in fact make a  recommendation and that was that the  school be reconstructed on the same site.  However, this'rider was included. "In  the long term, Sechelt would be best (for  a senior school) but by then, Sechelt will  need a senior secondary anyway." Most  committee members were surprised that  a recommendation was made, because it  was hot their intention.     <s  A matrix, created by the feasibility  committee said, tersely in reference to a  junior-senior school in Gibsons, a junigr  in Sechelt and, junior-senior in Pertder  Harbpur: "M-ets most needs, Sechelt  and Gibsons;,., most economic, allows  growth. Recomrnend." In their second,  choice the committe said: "Fits future  plans as we_l>"asl(Gibsons-Sechelt) but  more costly" initially. Second choice."  That was referring to the junior-senior in  Sechelt and a junior in Gibsons.  Its the long;.term we're looking at.  The Roberts Cteek Recreational Centre  site was pretty-well ruled out for a number of reason, so; we feel that the most  reasonable place for a junior senior  school would be in Sechelt because that  is where the growth pattern is. And that  takes us back to square one because that  is where The Times recommended that  the school be built in first place.  Students from graces 10, 11, 12  could be bused to SecSelt and Pender \  Harbour Secondary students, who get  short shrift as fafas senior course choices  are concerned, will get a chance to  double their options. .   .  Pender secondary could be'.used as a. -  junior secondary grades 7 to 9, which  would relieve pressure on Madeira ���Park' ,  Elementary;, a junior secondary could be  built in conjcm^gon  with  the Sechelt'  senior   school^and   junior .secondary,  grades;? to % could be btiilt in GlbsOns. -  Building forecasts favor the area from -  Roberts Creek north. Contractors, B.C.  Hydro   and   B.C."Tel   personnel   are/  swamped with servicing approved^sjib-'  divisions and most of them are in ___;>  Sechelt north area. There are over 200  riew housing lots being developed in the  village of Sechelt alone and there are  ma'irf others'in West Sechelt arid Half-"  moon Bay. So the population trend is in  the centre of the Sunshine Coast. With  three junior secondary  schools in the  three major  centres, younger students -  would not have to be far from home.  There are only 133 students in Pender  Harbour secondary and only 35 in grades  11 and 12. Obviously, it would be a  simple matter plbus them to Sechelt. If  grade 10 wel*|mcluded, it would only  Bring the busload to 58, still not a large  number and easily carried on one large  of Pender, .Harbour secondary, prepared  interim educational specifications for a  Sechelt secondary, school. Y  Skelton, in his .26-page report,-suggested that a junior-senior school be  constructed in Sechelt and that' Pender  students be bused there.  Skelton envisioned the school as a  recreational centre, an adult education  centre and a public meeting centre as  well as a day school. Ih ishort, all the  things that are required for a community-  type school.  Such a program-will take vision because its the next 30 to 40 years we're  looking at. Gibsons area presently has  the greater population - 4, 3,11-2'-  more than 1,000 difference,, but by 1981,  according to projected figures by the  Sunshine Coast Regional District, population in Sechelt area will be 5,823 ��to  Gibsons' 6,130, a difference of only 307.  Letters to the Editor are, the opinions of readers, and not necessarily those-of Thi Times,^, A  nam^e-plume may be used far publication, but all originals must be signed by the writer  Thanks from seniors   .  Editor, The Times: V* "  Sir���On behalf of our organisation,.^;,  wish to say thank! you! for the co-opera-,'  tion we have received frpm your paper-  in reporting and printing items for our  Association. ^   ���     "   "  May/we extend to you and your staff  wishes for a very Merry Christmas and  a prosperous and Happy New Year. '  >  Mrs. E. G. Derby, Secretary  Senior Citizen Association  ��� Sechelt Branch -69  y  gono  THE ALLOWING artides m taken  \.  ' -from' the iiles of The Times of 1972,  ^ 1968 and/19.3. . \' .   ~��  Dec. 20, 197^-r-Premier Dave Barrett announced that he will introduce in  the ^legislature, i Community "Recreational'Facilities Act; Officials saw; the announcement, as an opportuhity to .make  the recreational centre at Roberts Creek  a reality Y y  A Gibsons mah, Ed Kelly, was highly  service but that again like the rest,  only to help puff up the terrificegoof a  single -mgn. .... ��� ^  Coming up to date, many millions'have , -���,.._���.  been spent and more will be spent trying., critical of Gibsons ambulance service.  to give the people many things'that they  Are you prepared to  A sdcialist Christmas  Editor, The Times:  Sir���As B.C. "celebrates" another  Christmas under socialism, may I say  Merry Christmas to all those who thought'  they would be getting lower automobile  insurance; the right to sue the government; . an ombudsman, a premier with  only one portfolio, better ferry service  and "participatory democracy!"  Merry   Christmas'   to   farmers   who,  thought they would be able to run their  owh affairs; landowners who would like  have been denied. Are you  run to the U.S.A. to buy all your agricultural needs or to Japan and others for  all wood products. If  the  past system  ' were   to  continue  that  is  what  would  ���happen and at outside prices.  All these things changed in  ' a "day or year especially when most documents pertaining to such were destroyed  on SC evacuation. As regards insurance I  am holding "whist" until I can read the  notices to be sent to us. Conjecture and  rumor are bad diseases.  Just remember, the above are facts.  Let's just try and get along and sort  things out and be fair. There are a number of things I disagree with in NDP but  without proven facts, I'll wait. Why pick  on Barrett when Trudeau does worse?  Keith Comyn, R.R. 1, Halfmoon Bay  As the years progress -the difference will    to subdivide and insurance "agents looking  narrow even more until Sechelt has the  larger population...  When you want tp build a new facility you ask the people who use it most  bus.  ���.*.a&*:_  In 1969, Don Skelton, then principal  what is best. So, when a school is being  considered you go to (or should) the  teachers for their comments and suggestions. Among 26 high school teachers, it was nearly unanimous that the  school. district go the two-school concept: "^/junior-senior secondary and a  junior secondary. Fifteen of the teachers  favor Sechelt for the junior-senior secondary, four favor Gibsons and the others  were non-committed.  , ,_ ���    *   f   v   I-   ���    t  The school board trustees have the  opportunity to make a far-reaching decision and that is to build a proper school  in the proper site. This is going to take  time"{but- the present system is working,  ' with', problems, true, .but it is working and  gives an opportunity" for some breathing  space, In the meantime, trustees can look  at other school, districts and study other  .methods and look at*new id^a^.i^sclippls ,  and then they can incorporate them into  a new community SQhod^y-t&iii. /AW.'.  ...   �����'  Insurance settlemetit. can be worked <���  out. Adjusters' told the, board that the  district  will  likely, /get" $1,454,956,  if  .the rebuild in the same location. Did the  coihmitfee _ook at settlements that could  ^be^made if the 'school was constructed at  a different site? If not,nwhy not? Perhaps they ha4jio intention of building  .dsewhere a#d ifythat^ j��:,,the.,v,case,,.the.  feasibility committee was^just so much  frosting on the cake - wiiufow^ressing  to keep the taxpayers quiet. TherfcMKas  no official report to the board on settlement values in other locations. There  may have been discussions on 6ther settlements but they were not brought up  at a board meeting and^ are not in $e  board's minutes. Y       Y i   '  Whenxthe school board comes to the  public asking for additional funds to  construct the new school, they will have  to have the answers to an awful lot of  questions. Let's hope they have them.  Chamber appreciative  for jobs. Merry Christmas to old age;pen-    *'���e ^ ,,     .    4,    4..  sioners who thought they'd seen the last .      S*; We would hke to take this opp-  . of the means test; landlords who thought Y ��?tunity to express our thanks and ap-  they  had rights and taxpayers sick 'of    P^ciation   for   the   Excellent   publicity  financing welfare bums. .        'you have given the Chamber of Comm-  Merry Christmas to all bureaucrats-^  may they choke on their own red tape;  erce throughout this past year.  Y    On all of the many facets of community projects in which we become involved, whether road improvement, tour-  ,ism, or economics we have always been  able to count on your sdpport, both with  print and pictorially.  _,  . Our sincere thanks to you and all the  Merry Christmas to all those who said,. best wishes for a bright new year.  ir _ki-    "tiw��A    ��_>-��.      ���_    nil   _*��_._."     *tM_r_     v__��_r_fc__-____A-_ "^  MORGAN THOMPSON, president  Sechelt and District Chamber of  Jan. 13 has been set for the election  of a school trustee to replace Bernie Mulligan who had resigned in protest over  a decision by Eileen Dailley, education  minister. .,.  Dec, 18,.. 1968���Mayor Fred Feeney  of Gibsons said that a motor vehicle  licensing office is a certainty for the village in the new year.  A hovercraft service was planned by  B.C. Hovercraft Ltd. The plan is to  serve Vancouver and Gibsons with a  travelling time of 38 minutes.  Isabel Dawson, MLA," assured the  Sechelt Chamber of Commerce that-the  highway will be im'proved particularly in  the Trout Lake-Halfmpon Bay, area..  Wally Erickson was named president  of the Sechelt Legion branch.  Dec. 18, 1963���Mrs. C. Conner,  president of the Sechelt auxiliary to St.  Mary's Hospital, presented a cheque^of  $1,785.68 to the hospital to purchase  an operating tabJe^V"   \\   ,.y  ,  Mrs. M. Warnock,-.charter member,  cut the ribbon in the opening ceremonies  ; f><WM>W��W<MWW>��W��WWIA��W>IWWMI��W��AAi��IWWW><WWWWWW_Mll��l_  Poge A-2' The Peniniula. Timet,  .    Wednesday; December 19, 1973   '  of the new building ^of. Pender Harbour1,  Credit Unforii, The credit union was formed m 1947 in Irvines Landing.  Sechelt Volunteer Fire Department  history was recounted in The Peninsula  --Times. The article, illustrated with photographs, notedthat the department really  started.during World War II with some  leftover ARP hose and hardest. Members were shown admiring the .department's newly arrived fire engine.-  Fred Schroe'der opened' Sechelt Air  Service Ltd. in Sechelt. The fledgling  firm operates iour seaplanes.      * \.&  to teachers who wished they had some  authority and parents who're regretting  they had children. Merry Christmas'.to  investers preparing to leave the province  and deadbeats preparing to move in.'  ���hH��tmm�� is .no e&ctisc  THE PROVINCIAL government, in its  annual campaign against drinking  driving, has one ad where-an inebriated  driver adn_it#"&> drinking, but adds,  "after all, its Christmas."  The ad W$* that jflst because its  Christmas people think its permissible  to drink and drive and it goes on to tell  what hazards iihfcaired drivers face regardless of the Jt^nj. e of the year.  Drinking a'ha''driving just don't make  sense at any time but practitioners face  more chance of1ifeing detected at Christmas (that is, if they don't end up on a  slab) than anjf ,(|ther time of the year.  Police roadblCKJKs Will be set op throughout the Peninsula, and they will be concentrated at, scenes of liquor outlets.  Liquor outlets Includes the hotels, restaurants, the Legions and private parties.  In other wortl's^ the police will check  throughout the area and impaired drivers  will face charges'and if they arc convicted they face a $250 fine, 30-day suspension of their driver's licence and pnbli-  city. ���' ��"'���������' ���    ,    >  Also convicted impaired drivers get  10 points on their drivers licence and  this will hurt* how that the government  has its new insurance program. Driver's  with points diTtKcir licences .will get hit  hard in the way of costs and a 10 pointer  will get nailed with a $100 premium plus  the basic premium of $10. Licences only  lose points aV the rate of three per year  (assuming there are iio more offences) so  the next year the driver, with seven  points, would be assessed $49 and $10,  ,v ' 1,  .  '���IIM'WMWm-WM������������---_���wwiw_m W��_��BMI��W������|  I I  The Peninsula'Jmm  Published Wc-aes-nya at Sechelt  i oh R.C.'a Sunshlno Coast  \ hy     ��  Powell fthi-i. ;:New�� Town Crier  "   vS-ch^t Times 144.  Dox73)0'I Sechelt, B.C.  , Sechelt  .---.65. or 885-2-35  GH^ons 886-2121  Subscription.Rales: (In advance)  Local, $7 per jMi'f. Beyond 35 miles. $8  V,8,AX$W. Ov��r-.M $11.  $$rving tha ttrta from Vort Mellon to Egmont  (Howe Sqund to fervfs Intet)  Hardly worthwhile for one night of fun.  It would have been much cheaper to let  the wife drive or take a taxi home.  Actually, if you're picked up for impaired driving, you might be lucky���you  could be killed or kill someone else.  Persons arranging parties should not  force drinks on guests and they should  remember that it takes time to eliminate  alcohol from the body system. No amount  of black coffee or cold showers is going  to do it.  Hosts should plan some activity such  as dancing or games. This usually tends  to cut down on the amount of alcohol  consumed. Close "the bar" about an hour  or so before the party breaks up. This  can be done by serving coffee and food.  Your guests will realize that this is, the  way things are done in your house. You  must remember that coffee will not sober  a person, it merely gives time for some  of the alcohol in the body to be climin-  ted.  So, if you're entertaining this Christmas season, do your part to make the  party fun during and aflter. Nobody  wants lo read about their friends in  court or sec them listed as statistics tho  next day.  A little common sense will help to  cut down the terrible toll of Christmas  drinking.  Many tcen-agors 'today Just go  and murry, expecting their folks  good supports  about it,  nhead  to be  it was "time for a change" and promptly _  bought a pig in a poke; to those who"  didn't really mean it and those with egg  on their feqe, who vow they'd never* day  it again. A very Merry Christmas to those  who knew better and tried to sound the  ���4alarm;--ttf, those  who  screamed  for   a*  provrnci?i*liansard but never subscribed;'*  As  a  20th century  Tiny' Tim might  say: "A very. Merry Christmas and God  help us artr "-'      ,,    -   ;���.*  ',  ��� Pafricia Young'  Dangerous passing  attacked'        ,_.        .;.,  ''tti^s:  il  . Sir���I,c[uite agree with,the letter in  The Times written by Mrs.' J Ralph (Dec.  5). But, unlike her, I have been behind  lots of cars going 20 mph or so in a 50  m.p.h. zone and it is frustrating, especially  if you are the fourth or fifth car behind.  In no way will I try to pass four cars.  ��� Ha_> Mrs., Ralph ever 'had a car pass  her on the right going at least 70 m.pjh.  That;happened*to sonft^friendrattd'-f *ohe_-  rainy Friday night coming from Sechelt  at 11 p.m.  My stomach did not come down from  ��jythroat til way after we got home.  We-were the front car and there were  three ,behw_bti��. Where this rjred Mustang  or Camarb came from, we" don't know. It  just showed up , at oin^right windows,"  swaying llKfe mad. V." X'  When I think how close we can_e-t(>  having a terrible accident, it makes me  shudder.   ;.-:4yi;o\..   ������ , ��� ��� rA ?.y ;���      "���. :a ���-������'-1:  Lily Hammond, Gibsons  . ���.������"���''��>'������.'���. " "      ���-,A**rX:A. ���    ' ��� A. Ay.'.ii-  We must be fair  Editor, The Times:  Sir���Let's try and bie; fair, starting  from the top.  What untold millions has the Canadian taxpayer been gouged for/^by the  federal immigration in advertising and  come-on money pleading for landed immigrants? Now, in a very fair proportidn,  we have in our midst, other countries.  well rid-of murderers, pushers, rapists,  thieves and those who hove no patriotism  at all;  This taken care of, they place many  of our naval ships in the junkyard, spend  many millions more merging all defence  units into one so that the members of our  forces don't know what they are, but are  being paid for it anyway. Follow this  with a huge campaign inviting all these  into the services.  .,     1  Come to our present dilemma re: oil.  Our federal puppets who work well on a  string, turned down a chance to buy a  fully equipped oil organization giving  them an instant "in" on buying and distribution. Then they talk about building  their own outfit which they take yours  and more untold millions above tho fore-  mentioned purchase.  So much for that part. They have done  a few good things for us but, if anybody  thinks, they werp all under duress  We yell and carry on about our provincial legislature. For thti past 20 years  we hove had one person With a tourniquet  on the purse strings, cutting down good  hospitalization, good schools, selling our  country down the road to name a few.  Wc, on the Sunshlno Coost wouldn't havo  hud a start made on roads if lt wasn't to  boost tho party image, not at all for those  who use them. Our homeowner grant was  a fmfye costing us two cents for every  one saved. Wo now havo a large ferry  Commerce  3 PHONES  .-  ; A'A- A '       '.'^A'i.  '  TO SERVE YOU!  . V'  885-9654  885-2635  .(Please make a note of this  neW number) \',.  GIB^0^3i:,,y  affc-ttgr  .9;.i��..H.;.;<.HH.lftH..4.?  >ea6ond  m  rreetihad  ' from \X  TWILIGHT THEATRE  GIBSONS  886-2827  CLOSED: Thursday, Friday, Sat.  Evenings, December 20-21-22  SAT., DEC. 22���2:00 P.M.  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'    '        / ' ������"-.:'������'"*  3_3��_aOiaEi^��0^_3O_3___3_JG_EJH_3��^_._at3S3_3_3_--3E__l_3-3_3_1|  k JimWiL jiwiiiiipil flinniiniiTii j'.n iiihl JJ��'<L||i"|.��_. ijm, JWUtWIt .uin in fi  't%wwhm  \.  X-Ta>:  JT-1A1L BAYCl-dTRi,.��iCM_!LT       ^ 866-2339  3_3il_._l��S_^_.__ei_}^_3_3eS_l@__@0S��iS_l��_i_-a@_S_3_3SiBS5IS  ���   ;rr . ;.-x;:^; -,.i '  V  PHONE 885-9654 -  885-2635 -886-2121   .  For Fast Ad-Brief Service  BIRTHS'  S��8.  GIBSONS AND SECHIIT  WBTIRN .DRUGS    ,  . . , ore pUosod to Ifxmsor this  Mirth A__0-_c��m-n. space, ��__  extends BmT WWiotJ�� tht happ.  ' P-NRtt.      \  COMING EVENTST   r^Vl   TETRAHEDRON iSJuMClub annual meeting. Evfei^rone wel*  come.  Gibsons Athletic  Hall.  Thurs., Dec. 20, 8 p.m.  3408-4  IN MEMORIAM  HOPKINS: In memory of our  mother   who   passed   away  Dec. 21, 1972.  As we loved you, so we miss  you; in our memory you  are near. Loved, gNHh^mbered,  longed for always; aripging always a silent fcegr^ ���Love,  from all your children.  3872-4  ^ V   CARD OF THANKS  _������i_��������������.������^������ ������������+���i^��� _.___���.������������  I WISH to thank Dr. Inglis  and nurses of St. Mary's  Hospital for theitfskindness to  me while I stayed* in St.  Mary's. J. P. Allen.).    3871-4  I WISH to thank our kind  friends and neighbors for  their acts of love, and sympathy during our>_f��cent loss  of husband and also to extend  grateful thahks to the doctors  and staff of St. Mary's and,  St. Paul's Hospitals. ���Mrs.  Eleanor Hatfield 1Jarid family.  /,*_._.    3868-4  REAL ESTATE (Con't)  I ' o-' \J   OUR   ANNUAL  HOLH-AY  DRAW     Y  ' is now in full swing  Come on in and join the fun,'  In parklike setting. Cozy 2  bdrm. cottage. Spacious living  room with fireplace, dining  room, modern cab; kitchen.  WW throughout. % bsmt. A-  oil heat.' Double carport. $27,-  500 on terms.  Well situated and level, over  10 acres. $40,000.  GRANTHAMS: Terrific view!  Terrific buy at only $16,000  full price. 3 bdrms., large  family size kitchen, nicely  appointed cozy living room.  Wired for range, etc". A-oil  heat. $11,600 down and take  over existing 8% per cent agreement. \  Paw AA^PeninwukJ^ Dec; 19, 1973  .. n_*, <- i ..i    ii .ii^i^iin'i   ii ', mi ��� |. i  i hi       ' ��� <."; ^ ���  'i.'   i ���    CLASSIFIED^ ADVERTIS1 NO ��� RATES  .hone;  885-9654 or 885-2635.    Glbtoni: 886-2111  HOPKINS:  panoramic  $8,500.  Double  view,  lot   has  serviced.  OilTUARY  -rsr  EDMUNDS-On Djjcu. 9, 1973,  ��� Peter Edmunds .of!.. Roberts  Creek, age 87 years. Survived by his loving, rwiife Gertrude, 2 daughters Mrs. V. C.  (Shirley) Laking of Campbell  River and Emma at home. 5  grandchildren and< 5 great  grandchildren. Mr.. Edmund-  was a member ofw.thfc Royal  Canadian Legion, Biv No. 2,  New Westminster. Rev. J.  Williamson conducted' the service in the Harvey Funeral  Home on Wednesday, Dec. 12  at 2 p.m. Cremation followed.  In lieu of flowers, donations  may be made to the. Ambulance Fund c-o Dr. B. Kassen,  Sechelt Medical Clinic.  3867-4  PERSONAL  SEASON'S Greetings friends.  As usual donation to Central :City   Mission   instead   of  card  money  and  postage.  ��� '  Madge Newman. 3827-4  BAHA'I Faith, Informal chats.  885-2465, 886-2078.     1075-tfn  A L C OHOLICS Anonymous]  Pender Harbour area, Meetings Wednesdays 8:30 p.m. Madeira Park Community Hall.  For information call 883-2401. '  on j.g;MM-*fa  ALCOHOLICS An-rfymou- ���  Meetings  8:30  p.m.,  Thursdays, Wilson Creek Community Hall.  Ph.  88^27.  :oi. o8657��tfn  ���'    - " " "   ���"    ���'-."    ���i���-, ���.���      - I '���iiii*)...�����   ...__HI ������       I  LYLE, Marlene, Eddie and  Donna Edmunds would like  to wish our friend^fliwl neighbors a very Merojv ��nristmas;  and Happy New Yfiar, In lieu  of cards, we have sefat a donation to St. Mary's Extended  Care Unit. 3860-4  ������    "������ ������ ��� '���...������___������_.-_.  ���<���"    -ttrfrm������._���_._ .i. ��� -ii .���  FOR square dance information  contact Pat   or  Jack  Whitaker, 885-2438.    r-����~. 3273-tfn   a   REAL ESTATE ...��.,  160 ACRES beau||teelevated  property, some, ./i&w, trails,  secluded. Near Secret Cove,  $80,000. Write Box 310, c/o  The Times, Sechelt, B.C.  3212 tfn   1 .mc.   ROBERTS   Creefy. < ]8.G   acres,  Stream   and   view..   $29,750.  (112)920-1024. ���   .,..   3877-4  REDROOFFS    Road.    1    aero  treed  lot,   100*_da0_->j  Potential view, near  beach.  Phone  883-2308. i"'l'l'.i   3890-7  /  .  .    (ON HIGHWAY  101  AT FRANCIS PENINSULA'ROAD)   ���  iUi -. ,,...  ___  Real Estate & Insurance  PENDER HAREjQlJR ��� EGMONT ��� EARL COVE  MOTEL ��� 3 housekeeping units above sand boach.  Good moorage. $36,000 with terms,  PENDER HARBQUR ��� 9 year old A bedroom home -  over 2 acres with stream - Somo work needed - Good  investment at $20,000 cash.  MODEST HOME u_ 825 sq. ft,, 2 bedrooms. Nice  view over the harKbr. This is an oxcellent buy at just  r, ai $21,000 F.P.  ..i-Ci)  L  20 ACRES ��� ley/sl land, severe.! good building sites.  Potential,\f)#.of harbour. Only $30,000 F.P.  'A' FRAME -tt (Pk lease lot. f .uly magnificent view  of harbour and open water.' Just $29,500, includos   ,._all furnishing^.  PHONE 883-2794  ,.������ MEED LISTINGS  John Breen1      Archie Braxton  883997 b  883-9926  Jock Hermon  883-2745  ,_M*MM ��**����'*-��'��'*���_>  .  \ Published Wednesday- by  Powfell .River  News;Town  Crier  SecheltsTlmes Ltd.  ,        at Sechelt, B.C.  Established 1963'  _l:  Member, Audit Bureau  ��ff Circulations  March 31,1973  Grots Clreulotion 3500  Paid Circulation 2947  As filed wjth the Audit Bureau  of Circulation,  subject to audit,  - Classified Advertising Rates:  3-Line Ad-Briefs < 12 words)  ,  Jne Insertion $1.20  Three Insertions $2,40  Extra lines (4 "words) 1.35c  (This rate does not apply to  . commercial Ad-Briefs)  Box Numbers 50c extra  50c Book-keeping charge is added  for Ad-Briefs not paid by  .  publication date.  Legal or Reader advertising 40c  -   \     per count line.  Deaths, Card of Thanks, In Mem-  oriam, Marriage and Engagement  notices are $4.00 (up to 14 lines),  qnd 35c per line" after that. Four1  words per line.  Birth, Notices, Coming Events take  regular classified rates.  ' Subscription Rates:  By Mall:  Local Area  .$7.00 yr.  Outside Local Area ���$8.00 yr.  U.S.A  $10.00 yr.  Overseas  $11.00 yr.  Senior Citizens,  Local Area ....  $6.00  Single Copies .���_.���'. 15e  Listings Wanted!  K. BUTLER REALTY LTD..  All Types of Insurance  Gibsons, B.C.  Phone 886-2000 or  886-9121  MEMBER  MULTIPLE LISTING  SERVICE  Norm Peterson 886-2607  Freda DuMont 886-7105  9509-4  ROBERTS CREEK  Waterside of Lower Road, between Joe and Bayview 'Rds.  9 lots, serviced with' water  and -paved a roads. Easy beach  access. Idsjpd summer cottage  or residential site. Sign on.  CALL OWNER 866-7316  or write Box 9503, c-o Peninsula Times, Box 310y Sechelt.   9503-tfn  WANTED ��� Waterfront property Sunshine Coast. Principals and/or Ageiits please  phone (112) 943-4454 or write  508-55A St., Delta, B.C.  ^__ 2600-tfn  YARN BARN  and Property    "  or  can .sell  separately.  This ,is \a -thriving btfsitaess! -  GORDON J. TOD;  Black, Gavin & Co. Ltd.  6'8i--2M' or 733-5349 '  9502-4'  ������������ ��� ���     *  WANTED: Investment prop-  ...erty, large or small. David  Ball, Deroche, B.C. 826--854  (Mission). , 3825-6  NEW 3 bedroom house. Phone  886-2417.        ; 2551-tfn  '   MORTGAGE LOANS  AVAILABLE...  Drop in and discuss  your requirements sp^ri,  BANK OF MONTREAL  9483-4  Copyright and/or property rights subsists in all display advertising and  other materia* appearing in the edition" of the Sechelt Peninsulo Times.  Permission to reproduce wholly or in pan), qnd in any form whatsoever,  particularly by a photographic or offsejtfprocess in a publication, must'  be obtained in.writing from the publisher. Any unauthorized reproduction  will be subject to recourse in law.   "In the event of a typographical error advertising goods or services, at  a wrong price, goods or services moy not be sold ond the difference  charged to the newspaper. Advertising is merely an offer to sell, and may  be withdrawn at any time."���(Supreme Court decision). Advertising is  accepted on the condition that, in the event of typographical error, that  portion of the advertising spaceNoccupied by the erroneous item, together  with reasonable allowance for signature, will not be charged for, but the  balance of the advertisement will be paid for at the applicable rate.  A composition charge is made for advertising accepted, ond put into  production, but cancelled before publication. Change from original copy  when proof is submitted to customer is also chargeable at an hourly rate  for the additionaj^ork.  FOR RENT (Continued)  HALL for rent. Wilson Creek  Community    Hall.    Contact  MargPear/on, 885-2337.   -  '  3246-tf n  OFFICE space in court house  facilities:  10x14, $50; 15x28  $95. Call Hayden 885-2283.  .3172-7  MORTGAGES  1st AND 2nd MORTGAGES.  Residential   -   Commercial  *'  ' Recreational  All types of real estate financing including .builders loans  "Fast appraisal service.  ACADIAN MORTGAGE  CORP. LTD.  2433   Marine   Drive,  West  Vancouver,  B.C.  Phone 926-3256  8227-t.ri   1   WORK WANTED  FOR all vour carpentry nWds,  call A.  Sheppard Contra  ing at 886-7005. 3414-tfn  FURNACE    installations / and  burner   service.   Free/ estimates. Ph. 886-7111.       /36-tf?.  TEENAGER  wants   odd (jobs  ��� ���will   also   take  order  for  Christmas trees. PhoneUviike,  ,886-2821; 3750-4  WORK WANTED (Con*.)  ACTIVE* mature   woman,   10  yrs.    experience    managing  .delicatessen, avail, for any related employment. Please ph.  886-7160.   . 3413-7  HANDYMAN,    Repairs,    Remodelling,  very  reasonable.  Phone 885-9091.   ' 3818-5  MAN, 22, married, needs  work immediately. Variety  of experience including construction laborer. Call Barry,  886-2415. 3891-4  DIGGING  sewer    lines, garden, etc. Tree service, wood  cittlng,   cat   work.   Insured.  886-9597. 3629-tfn  q   i  servicing.  Ph.  3355-tfn  GAS  appliance  886-7630.  PEERLESS    Tree    Services-  Guaranteed    insured   work.  Phone 885-2109.  1887-tfn  CARPENTER, by hour or contract.   Phone   885-2188.  .    3828-5  LIGHT   ' hauling, '  deliveries,  house and garden clean up,  gardening,   furniture   moving,  'etc.    F'-ee    estimates. ' Phone  886-9503. 3274-tfn  WILL  butcher,   dress  or   cut  your  meat  or   game,  your  place or mine. Phone 883-9045.  3044-tfn  GENERAL    handyman.    Carpentry,  painting  and    light  hauling. Ph. 886-9516. 2285-tfn  ___:  FOR RENT (Continued) FOR RENT (Continued/  RITZ Motel, reasonable daily  and  weekly rates. 886-2401.  3407-tfn  FULLY fi_rrj_jshed 2 bedroom  home  on,,Park  Ave.,  Roberts'   Creek. 'References   $150  month. 886-7785. 3862-4  WEST Sechelt. Lovely 2 BR  suite.-F_idg'e and' stove, $150.  Immediate   possession.   Phone  owner (-12)988-9810 evenings.  3876-4  MADEIRA PARK  WATERFRONT  1 bedroom suite, ^,$100,' month  PHONE 883-9055  ... 9511-4  FURNISHED and unfurnish-  suites, mature adults. Phone  886-7108. 3895-4  RU_fl-   Lake  Motel ������ cabins  _.'available   at  winter   rates.  $110'per month. 883-2269.  ~/.t   , ....    3369-tfn  LAftGE 2 bdrrfi s^e: all elec-  .', Jifl9. .Central! Gibsons. Private, yard-and garage, No pets.  $150.^ 886-7810.      V,        3415-4  3 '.BEDROOM, . 6. - acres   on  .   stream,   $175   month.   (112)  $26-1024. 3878-4  "MODERN bachelor suite, WW  carpet,   colored   appliances.  Ne__   shopping   plaza.  Available January. 1. $150. Ph. 886-  2415. . 3889-6-  TAKE OVER PAYMENTS  Mortgage Co. would like reliable party (adults preferred) to simply assume low monthly payment on  immaculate 12x68 deluxe 3 bedroom mobile home,  built by Moduline Industries of Penticton, B.C. This  unit has every possible option including deluxe Spanish decor and furnishings, deluxe 14 cu. ft. double  door fridge, deluxe Westinghouse washer and dryer,  RCA color T#V., gun type H.D. furnace, house type  doors, double insulation, oversize electric hot water  tank, etc. Must be seen to be appreciated, lived in  just two months: was foreclosed due to marriage  difficulties.  Interested Parties Please Call 438-2424  Out of Town call Collect 9-9 daily  COSMOPOLITAN HOIS LID.  5912 Kingsway ��� South Burnaby, B.C.  Dealer Licence No. |21  .*2-&5S_  GIBSONS���Two new houses  for sale, by Valencia Development Ltd. 3 and , 4 bedroom. Full basement, finished  rec room. Carport, sundeck on  beautiful view lots. FP $42,500  and $43,500. 886-2417.    3412-tfn  BUYING a home? Talk to the  Royal Bank for your mortgage. New mortgages and refinancing available. Royal  Bank,   Sechelt.  885-2201.  3854-tfn  FOR RENT  DUPLEX 2 bedroom. WW carpet. Large fireplace, carport  and sliding door to patio. $200  month including utilites. Ph.  886-2767. 3875-4  SOMEONE   wanted    to    look  after form animals for 'reduced rent. Phone 885-2443.   3902-4  PENDER Harbour - Garden  Bay, 1 bedroom Pan-abode.  Responsible couple; No children, no pets., Phono (112) 087-  5025. 3832-5  MIMBER OP  MULTIPLE LISTING  -'" SERVICE" - v.  BOX 769, SECHELT, B.C.  'ncosb ESTATES  ipTATES-TDt*  LTD.  PHONE 885-2241  SECHELT AND AREA  DAVIS BAY  i ��� ..-I. ,i.  SUNSHINE U-DRIVE        ,    a X  Growing truck rental businejss.'.^hbws gross of ojyer $40,0^0  per year. 150*x|50' (central "hlflhway location. Portable  office. 9 units oil insured ond licenced. 5 .year lease with a  further 6 year option. Outlet iri Gibsons on commission. Full  Pric^ $49,900. Call  Jack or Stan Anderson.  i REVENUE  (Up and down .duplex on view lot.   $270 per month for both  suite*. Only oh�� block to beoch. Fireplace In main floor suite.  ! F.P. $38,000. Call Jack or Stan Anderson.  This lovoly home in Village of Sechelt ready for your Inspection.  Choose your own colors ond corpets. Only $34,500. For further  Information call  LEN or SUZANNE VAN  EGMOND.  NEW VIEW HOME  ' Excellent view, 3 8R home with fireplace, wall-to-wall carpets, 1 Vi  baths, full basement, with roughed in fireplace, double carport  |and largo sundeck. Full price $43,900. Call Jock or Stan Anderson.  5 ACRES - WEST SECHELT  Near Mason & Nor-West Boy Road. Some timber, garden soil.  Full price $21,500. Call Jack or Stan Andereon.  SELMA PARK  WEST SECHaT LOT  Large tueed lot���86' frontage. Private driveway, treed, seasonal  stream. $9,500 full price. Call Jack or Stan Anderson.  NEW ^ BEDROOM VIEW HOME  j Quick possession. Panoramic view of Gulf and Trail Islands. Full  ! basement and carport.  Full  price  $36,900.  Call  Jack  or  Stan  Anderson.  SECHELT VILLAGE  3 bedroom house with den, half basement, two fireplaces, wall-to-  wall carpet In large living room, located on large corner lot In  central location. Utility room pnd double carport,  F.P. $41,500.  Call Jack or Stan Anderson.  REDROOFFS ROAD AND AREA  WATERFRONT LOT ��� % ACRE  Close to Secholt, Southern exposure, Grept view of Merry Island  and Strait of Georgia. Only $18,500. Call Len or Suranno Van  Egmond.  Over Vj acre ��� Redrooffs Road ��� Treed with approx,   120 ft.  frontage by 200 ft. deep. Paved road, secluded area, F.P. $6,550.  Call Jack or Stan Anderson.  DOUBLE LOT WITH GOOD VIEW  , Lots of trees. Fully serviced, Easy access, Size 7O'x390' Full price  $12,000. Call Jack or Stan Anderson.  COZY WATERFRONT COTTAGE - SELMA PARK  Ultra modern interior, Kitchen has fridge, electric range, fluorescent lighting, living room has built-in lounging chairs that doublo  as beds. Fireplace burns real wood, Wall-to-wall shag carpeting in  living and bedrooms. Anchor your boat behind breakwater in  front of property. $15,000 includes most of the furnishings. Call  Dave Roberts,  JUST SOUTH OF SECHELT  69'x 178' view lot. Ready to build on. Serviced with power and  wator, lane at rear, Low price $8,000. Call Jack or Stan Andorson.  PENDER HARBOUR  800' WATERFRONT ACREAGE  GOWER POINT  GOWER POINT  Half an aero on paved road with power and water for $9,500 ? ? ?  Bank terms arranged I I Call Davo Robert*.  Southern exposure. Protected deep water moorage for fishing and  boating. Beautiful park-llko upland and pebble boach for  ���       swimming. Excellent for group Investment or subdivision.  F,P. $110,000.  GOWER POINT ESPLANADE   ,  Excellent  Mi  acre waterfront building slto.   100x220' at Gower  Point. Power and wqter at lot. Easy access to good beoch  View  across Georgia Strait, Don't bo the one to "Just miss" this pno,  Reasonably priced at $22,000, Coll Dave Roberts for appointment  to Inspect  POTENTIAL FARM  Approx. 5 ocres with 10'x55' trailer. Excellent access from North  Road.  1 aero cleared. Power ond domestic water. Close to ferry'  Some  torms.   F.P.   $28,300.  Ca|l  Jack or  Stan  Anderson.  LOT  Largo treed lot on regional water, located on Lower Rood, Small  year-round crook on the boundary. Beach access close by, Irregular  ihape. F.P. $5,250, Call Jack Or Stan Anderson,    i  ; ,     'i   I  5 BEDROOM SEA VIEW HOME  Located on corner lot,7O'xl50'. Short walk to good beach. Completely finished.  Basement with 2  bedrooms,   Two  full  sots of  plumbing  on   main  floor.  Floor all  wall-to-wall  comers,   Brick  fireplace. F.P. $42,500, Call Jack or Stan Anderson.   . , ^   MOVE IN BY CHRISTMAS  Choice of carpets and  Interior design,  4  fine now homes  to choose from:  SHERIDAN  3 bedroom plusi utility, large carport, flrcplaco, extra largo  kitchen,  Over   1200 sq.   ft.   home on  Hackett  Street  In  Sechelt.  SHANNON  3 bodroom and full basement,  1240 sq. ft. homo on lovely  view lot in Davis Bay. 2 flroplacos and onsulto plumbing.  SIERRA  3 bedroom and full basement. Over 1200sq. ft. homo on  large view lot In Davis Bay. Fireplace and ensulte plumbing,  KILDARE  a great view lot, 2 bedroom and full basement ���-  Jroom   In   basement.   Over   1,100  sq.   ft.   each  Fireplace and carport.  extra  floor.  'FOR   INFORMATION  CALL   LfiN  EGMOND  OR   SUZANNE   VAN  Dove Roberts  Eves. Phone 885-9785  Ler> or Suzanne Van  tves. Phono fl05-96(  imond  3  Jack or Stan Anderson  Eves, phone 885-2053 or 805-2305  VANCOUVER DIRECT, LINE MU-5-5544  SEE US AT OUR OFFICE ACROSS FJ*OM THE f SECHELT BUS DEPOT  fi  '       "    N  COHO MARINA AT AAADEIRA PARK  Approx. 80O' waterfront, 3.93 acres of park-like land.' 2 BR  owner's home. Fdlir modern,, all-electric housekeeping units, camper and trailer sites, with modern new washroom. Marine ways,  concrete boat launching ramp, rental boats and foreshore lease.  Marine! repair shop with office ond sales of marine and fishing  supplies. Approx. 650 lineal feet of floats. Franchised for:_Mercury  Outboards and MercCruiser inboard motors and stem drives.  Dealer for: Home Oil and Starcraft Boots. $260,000 plus stock.  VIEW HOME - BARGAIN HARBOUR  Well built, beautifully-finished 2 BR home on two levels. Lots  of extras ��� 2 fireplaces, 1% bathrooms, rumpus room, office,  oil furnace. Also has 3rd bedroom ��� needs some finishing. Covered sundeck and covered carport. Approx. 32S feet to public  beoch area, excellent view of Malospina Straits. And a 1-bedroom  furnished  Ponabode cottage which  rents for  $75  per ,month.  $62,000.    .  MADEIRA PARK  Serviced with water and hydro, close to elementary school, stores,  gov't wharf and post office:  LOT 36���opprox. Vz acre with 100' frontage on two roods. Excellent view, $8,000.  LOT 46���opprox. 1 acre, good view, 250' road frontage, $8,900.  LOT 70���some view,  rough driveway  in,  $7,000.  LOT  12 ��� Corner lot with good view of Harbour and Gulf*^  $10,000. x  COMMERCIAL LOT ��� Just around the corner from the Post  Office, approximately 66' frontage on Lagoon Road. $16,000.  COMMERCIAL SITE ��� in main business section of Madeira  Park. 100' frontage on Madeira Park Rd. Lot contains approx.  20,000 sq. ft.  $20,000.  7 ISLES MOBILE HOME PARK  Located on approx. 3 ocres close to Madeira Park on Hwy. 101  and overlooking Malospina Straits. Has 11 trailer spaces ready  and plenty of room for expansion. Monthly rental $60.00 per  space. $60,000  SKIPPER BILL'S RESORT ���  NEAR PENDER HARBOUR  .498' choice waterfront, with all units overlooking the Gulf. Beautiful chalet style construction. Main chalet, new 1972, contains  office, deluxe 2 BR owner's residence, 3 fully furnished housekeeping rental units. 5 individual rental chalets, new 1971,  fully furnished for, housekeeping. One individual 2 BR fully  furnished housekeeping .unit, new 1972, plus resort laundry and  linen storage. 2.1 acres with frontage on Hwy. 101. Waterfront  has stone breakwater forming a private cove with floats and  boot launching. Four 14' fibreglass boats with outboard motors.  This is a most attractive resort. $260,000.  GARDEN BAY ESTATES  Now under construction on a semi-waterfront view lot ��� 3 BR  display .home with basement. Close to marinas, storfes ond P.O.  $49,000.  ���    ,   .dUNBOAT BAY   -   675'- very   choice  waterfront.   Approx.'  15   acfes��S>fHW.ive_cy,  beautifully treed. Southern exposure. Water access only. $90,000.  180-FT, WATERFRONT - MADEIRA PARK  Here is an excellent property for development, into a - marina  resort for a group purchase for parking and moorage facilities.  On 2.21 acres at Madeira Park, on Hwy. 101. 4 BR home with  partial basement, 24'x50' heated shop complete with heavy,  duty woodworking equipment, marine ways, launching ramp,  approx. 300 lineal ft. new floats, good gravel beoch, water lot  lease. $105,000.  ROALCOGOR RANCH AT PENDER HARBOUR  Approx. 26-acre ranch on Garden Bay Road with approx. 15 acros  fenced and seeded. Near new 31x55' barn, shed, rodeo pens, viewing stand and concession stand. Older 2 BR house, fruit trees, two  year-round streams through property. $75,000.  SUNDANCE TRAILER COURT-^SECHELT  21 space mobile home park located on Hwy.  101  in the main  business section of Sechelt.  Approx.  2%  acres of  leased land  ��� over 24  years  remaining on   lease.  Gross annual   Income  approx. $15,000. $150,000. cash. f  SINCLAIR BAY ROAD  Good family home ��� main floor hos one bedroom, kitchen, living room with acorn fireplace, bathroom; upper floor has 2 bedrooms. Full basement, roughed-In extra bedroom, oil furnace, Sundeck on two sides. Needs some finishing. $33,000.  7 ISLES RESTAURANT & DRIVE IN BUSINESS  Clean and well equipped business, licenced dining room, drive  in take out service, good equipment, 3 BR suito for operator.  Located on the woterfront ond Hwy. 101. Present operator  operating drive In take out service only. Full price includes  equipment, stock and business. $18,500.  VIEW LOTS ��� GARDEN BAY ESTATES  In a beautiful setting, serviced with paved road, water and hydra.  Public access to waterfront. Close to  stores,  marinas and post  offlco, $6,000 to $10,000,  MADEIRA PARK STORE  Busy general store, barber shop ond adjoining 1 %-bedroom owner's horn? In centre of shopping' area at Madeira Park. Approx.  100 ft. frontago on Madeira Park Road and 100' frontage on  Highway 101 - a choice property, containing 1,09 acres. $50,000  plus stock (approx. $12,000),  160 ACRES ���'SECRET COVE AREA  160 acres of nicely treed land 1V4 miles from Hwy. 101 ���.  roads and trails throughout, usoblo road to property and some  view. No merchantable timber. Not in agricultural xpno ���  good holding or development property priced at $500 per aero.  $80,000.  CARPENTER'S SPECIAL - MADEIRA PARK  3 BR furnished homo In need of repairs and decorating. Situated  on approx.  2/3  acre   view  lot  overlooking  Llllles  (Paq)  Lako,  $20,000 cash.  CLAY'S AAADEIRA MARINA  Approx. 3 ocres on 25& ^oet choice waterfront In Madeira Park.  30'x80' concrete shofjf building with repair facilities, display and  sales room, offlco, stockroom. Seven motel units, owner's 2 BR  home, facilities for camper and trailer units, five rontal  boats and motors, launching ramp, floats, foreshore lease. Large  up-to-date ��t��c^ or boots, motors, parts* and marine hardware.  Evinrude''i and Other franchises. Going concern, To view by ap-.  polntment Ohly. |J250,00O plus cath for stock.  CALL OLLI OR JEAN SLADEY  Mlii^AiEi  REALTY LT0.V  Madeira Park, B.C.  PJione Pander Harbour 883-2233  *...  j_f_____- X,  [- ...  \  /  /  HELP WANTED  MOBILE HOMES (Cont.J        LIVESTOCK (Continued)        FOR SALE (Continued)  X.J;  TAXI drivers,'age 19- and over. Mate br female. Class 4  licence required.   Phone  885-  2251.X ' 3690-tfn  STEP up. to business sales  with Texas Oil Company.  1973 average order was $212,  paying handsome commission.  Current opening in Sechelt  area. ��.ge unimportant, but ,  maturity is. We train. Air  mail Ss .M. Dickerson, Pres.,  Southwestern Petroleum, Ipt  Worth, Tex. - 9510-4.  WRITTEN applications wUl  be received for secretary  "Water Works District, Madeira Park". Should have knowledge of office procedure, capable of understanding sub-division plans. Bond required.  Applications   to  Be   reeeived  ...before Dec. 24, 1973.  . Yy i '  "���***_   3829-4  BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY  EXCLUSIVE taxi business.  Long established island lor  cation. Owners must reduce  work load. Principals only,  please. Reply Box 3727 c-o  Peninsula Times, Box 310, Sechelt. 3727-4  AUTOS, TRUCKS, Etc.  '68  CHEV  %   ton  carry  all.  Auto. Good condition. $1650.  Phone 885.9750. 3864-4  '64 MERCURY woody wagon,  excellent        transportation,  $300 or offers. End of Brookes  Road, Halfmoon Bay.    3821-4  ���57 PONTIAC V8 283. Excell-  ent running cond. New tires  and  brakes   all   round,  $500.  Call Lee 883-9933 evenings.   3859-7  '63 CORVAIR Monza, automatic, bucket seats,' 8 track  stereo, radio, new snow tires,  completely rebuilt engine, mechanically perfect. $375. or offers. Phone 885-2897. <���   3814-4  '64   COMET,   6   cyl.,   3   spd.  Good family car. Runs and  Jooks good. $275. 885-9034.  . 3869-4  '72 LTD Brougham, AC tape  stereo. V8, auto. Low mileage. Phone 885-2597.      3831-5  19 6 6    CHRYSLER    hardtop.  Beautiful    running     order.  New tires. Extra snow tires,  $350. 886-7858. 3416-4  LET us finance your next vehicle! Arrange your financing first and save, at the  Royal Bank, Sechelt, 885-2201.   3855-tfn  1963 DODGE station wagon.  ��� ������ V8 standard. Perfect Tunning order. $135. 886-2334.  3417-4  '71 DODGE  COronet Brougham. 4 dr. sedan, 8 auto,. PS>  45,000 miles. $2700; Phone 885-  9586. 3743-4-  BOATS & ENGINES  20 HP MERCURY,  16' Crest-  liner,   Aqualine   trailor,   all .  1972, excellent cond. $1095. Ph.  885-9750. 3724-4  13'6"  ENTERPRISE   FG  sailboat. Complete sail kit and  trailer. New condition. $1400.  of reas. offer. Phone 885-9736.  ' 3880-4  16'  OPEN  type Starcraft,  20  hp Merc. 50 hrs. Galvanized  trailer   for  same.   $1100.   988-  9740. 3732-5  MOBILE HOMES  TWO 1974 Munday Leaders in  stock. One deluxe Colonial.  One standard unit. Our all-  inclusive price includes complete delivery and setup as  well as the B.C. Govt. 5 per  cent tax. Absolutely nothing  extra to pay. Don't forget the  govt, grant now applies to new  mobile homes. Copping's Car  Town Sales Ltd., Sechelt, 885-  2205.  MDL 4201. 3894-4  BUYING A MOBILE  .   HOME ?    -  >' ���   , See us first for  {financing  BANK OF MONTREAL :  '   . .    ' ' 9482-4  10'x55V 2 bedroom mobile  home. 1967 Nashua,' fully'  furnished, WW carpeting, washer and. dryer. Propane stove  and furnace, $5,000. Ph. 885-  2300.      .    /3740.4  DOUBLE WIDE  $10,900    {t  100% financing available (O.-  A.C.) Name brand appliances.,  2 or % bedroom models. Many  decors to choose from.  Local  885-2246  or  Collect  434-8771.  REGAL MOBILE -  HOMES LTD.    .  Motor Dealer Lie. No. 2240  , _.r    '9470 49  10'x45'   GREAT  Lakes,   Pender Harbour. Fully furnished. Deluxe model, $4300.- 885-  2692.         3882-4  SUNSHINE COAST  MOBILE HOME PARK  AND SALES  RR 2 Gibsons ��� 886-9826  Now On Display  Ambassador - Diplomat'  Statesman - Embassy  2 and 3 bedroom models, double wides;_featuring: shag and  hard twist carpeting, deluxe  colored appliances, custom  made furniture. Open for  viewing anytime.. ���  9490-tfn  BONUS GRANT  $1000 Homeowners Grant available on purchase of your  choice on a, brand new Canadian made mobile home. For  more particulars please phone  collect  524-0116.   D.   No.   121.  Cosmopolitan Homes Ltd.  12674 King George Hwy.,  Surrey  9489-tfn  PETS  MALE   Poodle   puppies,   one  black and three silver, $75  each. Will hold for .fttnas. 885-  9797. - .3845-5  PB,   REGISTERED    poodles.  For further info, phone 883-  2528. 3857-4  CHRISTMAS .    present      for  child or hunter, Lab Spaniel  cross, $5. End of Brooke's Rd.  Halfmoon Bay. ���* 3820-4  10 WEEK old Pom-Poo . pup,  male. First innoculation  ���dbnK^^Wttuld be ideal gift for  child, as pup has pleasant,  friendly disposition. Ph. 885-  2615. 3887-4  LIVESTOCK  HALF Tennessee,   %  quarter  horse; Good disposition. Well  trained.  Bargain $175.  Phone  886-9909, r.   3805-4  LIVE ducks, some Peking and  Peking  Mallard  cross.  Full  grown. Ave. 4 lbs.' $3.50 each.  883-2609. 3842-5  FEED, SEEDS  FENCING, FERTILIZER  Buckerfield's   Horse,   Chicken  Hog and Cattle Feeds  Purina Products  Alfalfa - Straw and Hay  QUALITY FARM SUPPLY  R.R. 1, Gibsons  Open: 9 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.  Tuesday to Saturday  One  mile  south  of  Sunshine  Coast Highway  Pratt Road 886-7527  9477-tfn  2 % HORSE'trailer   for   rent.  Cunt^gnam_t.' Phone   -85-  9927,.   -j.-.' ,3340-tfn   :���.���_ ��� ii___  SWIFT.Feeds ���. H.Jacobson,  Swift dealer. Nor'West Rd.,  Sechelt. Phone 885-9369. Chicken feeds - Horse feed - Hogs  feed - Cattle feed. Hay and  other feeds by orderY 258-tfn  Speciol rate $3,00 per month for  2-line listings In this clossifJcarion.  Cash with order only.'  Extra  Linos,  $1.30   Per  Month.  --   ��� ��� . i ,   .  PENINSULA Times: * Phone  " Sochelt 885-2635. or 885-  9654. Gibsons office: 886-2121.  SECHELT Taxi, 885-2251.  .   ' 3629-tfn  WANTED TO BUY  ELECTRIC rotary lawn mow-  er. Ph. 866-2580. 3866-4  '69 or '70 DATSUN or Toyota  pick up. Phone 885-9779 or  write Box 303, Sechelt.  3749-4  LOST  RED leather wallet. Dec. 12.  Inside or near' the Community  Hall,   Madeira  Park.  Reward. Phone 883-2609.  3883-4  15 SQS, 21(. lb, asphalt shingles, square butt cedartoneY  1 by Westcraft. $15 per sq. delivered., 885-2325^   -(    3865-4  FRIDGE  and s>tove,  acavado.Y  Dryer, spin washer. Excellent condition. Phone-^85-9867.  ^  ���   3834-5'  MAZDA -D'atsun; Couriers!  4 U.��_'mag wheels E70xt4.  Raised white-letter tires. Complete with locking lug- nuts.  As new. $315. 885-2842.   X_ 3885-4  1973   SKI   DOO.   Still \under  warranty,  294. TNT model..  Y  )0c word cosh with Order.  Minimum  20  words  ($2)  CHARLES ENGLISH LID.  REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE  NOTARY PUBLIC AND APPRAISALS  Gibsons, B.C.  886-2481  PHONE TOLL FREE: 687-6445  REVENUE HOME ��� Centre of Gibsons on largo  view lot, well laid out spacious rooming house. One  1-bedroom suite, 4 sleeping rooms,.2 housekeeping  rjooms, centralized kitchen facilities, T.V. room and  ^uest living room, very modern ond neat, extra washroom and shower rooms. Sale includes furniture, dishwasher, grill, two stoves, fridges as set up. Make an  appointment to see this fine Investment at F.P. of  $65,000.  HI-.LCf.EST ROAD ��� 2 cleared view lots, ready for  building, each $8,000.  SOUTH FLETCHER ftOAD ��� 134 ft. of road frontage  near Village Hall, has smaller older home on. Good  view properly. F.P, $20,000.  CHASTER ROAD ��� Good trailer or house lot, size 80'  by 100', has all services, cleared. F.P. $6,600.  NORTH ROAD ��� Five acros, site cleared for building, cased well '$22,000.  : I f '   .'       ��  ���  L 1ST ING S     WAN T ED  K. 'AifoCr-ifcr 886-2098  Miko Blaney 806-7 .36  J. VUs-r 806-2531  Don Sutherland 889-9362  Send a Happy Ad to someone with  Congratulations, Birthday- or Anniversary Greetings, Good Wishes,  Hats Off . . . anything thot will be  a Happy Message!  FOR SALE  885-2597,  3830-5  SEA   breeze   reel   to  reel   4  channel tape player and recorder,.   4   tape,   microphone  and cards $100.  885-2842.  3888-4  GOLF bag cart. May be viewed   at  Miss Bee's,   Sechelt.  885-9066. . 3892-4  LEGAL NOTICES  SPRINGIELD 1903A3 Sporter.  Cal. 30.06. 100 cartridges included.   Best   offer.   (112)883-  2689. 3874-4  LEE jeans $14.95 at Morgan's  Men's   Wear,   Sechelt.   3847-5  FIREPLACE   wood   for   sale.  Alder and fir. Phone 885-  9311 or 883-2417.  .       3233-tfn  i   SHOP air compressor,  %  hp  motor, 20' hose. Unit on  wheels. $75. 885-2842.      3884-4  OLD  phonograph records  for  sale or trade. Edisons, Zon-  ophones, G and Ts, etc. Phone  886-2513. 3500-4  NEW  lumber,   3   and   better,  j   rpugh    $50;     dressed     $80. y  (112)926-1024. 3879-4 v  REMINGTON Selectronic cord  cordless shaver, hardly used $15. Ice bucket like new  $4. Semi electric guitar with  case and misc. $30. China mink  jacket size 12 $75. Gold even-  ingbag and gloves $7. Phone  885-2362. ~-    3733-4  7',        j _       .      Y. '    ���        . Y     ���      ������     i_      ���i**'  ADMIRAL  portable   17"   TV.  Good! condition, $60. Phone  886-2541. 3858-4  21" ADMIRAL BW portable  ��� TV. Excellent reception-  Stand included. $60. Ph. 885-  9034. 3870-4  2 STUDDED snow tires, 78x14  mounted   on   wheels,   also  large  trunk.  885-2615.  -  ' 3888-4  1966    CASE    backhoe   loader  530,   $4500.    Phone   Powell  River   (112)483-9531.       3924-5  CHESTERFIELD   suite,   $150;  Dinette Suite (5 pee.,), $100; ,  Coffee table, step tables with  lamps, $100 (for set); Kenmore  apartment size automatic dishwasher, $235; girl's 3 wheel  bike, $10; all items less than  4 months old, washer brand  new. Phone .885-2439.  *_ 3893-4  HONDA   100   Trail   Bike,   '73  model,   only   900   miles.  As  new,   $450.   885-2519   or   885-  2522. 3853-5  THE  BARGAIN CENTRE  Used Furniture and Household  Goods  Bought   -   Sold   -   Traded  Sechelt 885-9848  9429-tfn  MESSAGE TO  CLASSIFIED  USJERSv. .  JCONSII^R^ y  .�����' ^oU; are>b��-| jo jnyes��  i money ior an ad qnd %9 *. "�����  you to get results. To acepm-  plish this it is necessary for you  to TELL ALL about the details  of your offer. J3e sure you don't  moke any of the following errors thot prevent results:  1. Don't Omft  ���  -   Tho Ad-rane.   ' -Mow   out-of-town   readers  j Will write you but will not spend  ;j'rnd^^,^or,.a.,Jb^jdiif_nce call.  2. Don't Omit      '<  "  The Phone Niinrtb-r  Many readers v. Ill call yo4  but do not find It-convenient  to .come to your home.  3. Don't Conceal the  Price D-sired , ���-",'.'.  Surveys show'that a high  percentage of readers will not  answer an ad unless the price  is given.  4. Don't Leave Home  On The Day*  You Advertise  Many good prospects will not  call the second time if your  phone is unanswered.  5. Don't Omit  Important Words  To Save Money  Readers can't guess on important details. Remember, a  well written Informative add  will get results foster and cost  must less In the long run.  6. Don't Overtook  The 3 for 2  Bargain Rota  You II get tho biggest parade  of readers at the lowest price.  If you sell your merchandise  ahead of tlmo Just coll ond  cancel; you pay just for what  you use.  THE TIMES  885-9654  EWART McMYNN  E  Multiple Listings Service  Box 238, Gibsons, B.C.  NOTARY PUBLIC ��� PHONE 886-2248  WE WISH YOU ALL A  MERRY CHRISTAMS  AND A ,  HAPPY NEW YEAR  LISTINGS   WANTEb  M^mb-r Vancouver Real Estate tioard  RON McSAVANEY S86-9656  ASK FOR FREE XATALOGUE OF REAL ESTATE  j��  E (24 Hours)  Sfebhel. 885-2255"."'"  Vancouver 689-5838  (E. & 6.E.)  AGENCIES  LTD.     BOX 128;SECHELT, B.C.  ���- MULTIPLE LISTING SERVICE ~  HALFMOON BAY  PKOPERTIES LTD.  NOTICE   OF   APPLICATION^  TO THE PUBLIC UTILITIES  COMMISSION.  NOTICE is hereby given by  Halfmoon Bay Properties Ltd. '  that an application has been,  made   to  the  Public  Utilities'  Commission of British Colum- ,  bia for a certificate of public*  convenience and necessity for .-  the proposed construction and  operation of a waterworks distribution system to serve res-j  idents in the area of portion  of   DL   1951   "A",   Group   1,  NWD.  Any person wishing further information in connection  cwith' this application should  apply direotly to Halfmoon  Bay Properties Ltd. c-o FranK  Jorgenson, Halfmoon Bayi  B.C.     ,  By direction of the Public  Utilites Commission, any objections to this application are  to be forwarded ���. to the Secretary, ' Public Utilities Commission, 620 View Street, Victoria, Britsh Columbia, to be  in his hands on or before Jan.  2,  1974.  Halfmoon Bay  ,    . Properties Ltd.  ���>,��--, /,-... Frank Jorgenson  iii\ ( :9568-puti:;I.e-1 19, 1973  WE HAVE AUTO AND MOTORCYCLE INSURANCE - PLEASE PHONE FIRST  YES! WE HAVE B.C.  E  ASK FOR OUR FREE CATALOGUE OF PROPERTY  y  i  TWO ON THE" BEACH - ROBERTS CREEK ��� #11-3043  Two.bright, fully modern homes. Nearly level, partly landscaped  lot; trout stream and tall evergreens. Fine southerly view. Investment for income and/or retirement in one of the choice  areas of the Sunshine Coast, full price $70,000, down payment  $35,000, balance reasonable terms. C. R. GATHERCOLE 886-  2785 office 885-2235 (24 hours).  SELMA PARK' - INVESTMENT #2-992  Asking $6,000 for this large lot,  152 feet on street, 98.9 feet  deep. When services in, watch the value jump. Owner wants sale; -  make a good offer, you can't lose on good real estate. PETER  SMITH eves. 885-9463, office 885-2235 (24 hours).  ACREAGE - GIBSONS , #3-040  4 acres of beautifully treed and level property; with frontage on  Hwy. 101. Hydro at road., this is an agricultural  land reserve.  Full price $22,500. LEE R. BROWN eves. 885-2437, office 885-  2235 (24 hours)).  GIBSONS RURAL | #6-2-983  Large concrete walled, aluminum roofed barn on 10 acres. Village water. $40,000. JACK WARN 886-2681  evenings, office  885-2235 (24 hours).  GIBSONS RURAL #6-3-021  4.8 acres with 480' frontage on black top road.. Over 2' rich  black top soil. Lots^of possibilities for this piece, $20,000. JACK  WARN eves. 886-2681. office 885-2235 (24 hours).  WATERVIEW LOT - SERVICED #3-019  Selma Park expanding fast! This lot has 90 feet on Radcliffe  Road, 178 feet deep,cleared , hydro, water, cable vision. All new  homes In area and a wonderful view. Asking $ 11,000. PETER  SMITH evenings 885-9463, office 885-2235 (24 hours).  DOLPHIN STREET - SECHELT #19-3044  Got three kids, want o nice home, in a nice part of town? If so,  here is something to fill the bill. Four bedrooms, attractive floor  plan, on a good-sized developed lot. $35,000 full price. JACK  WHltE 886-2935 eve*,, office 885-2235 (24 hours).  WILSON CREEK - TREED ACRE #2-981  . Laugh over Christmas, thinking of the one "acre you just bought  for only $��,5000 down, with the balance on- terms; full pnee  $10,000. A.goodstd. lot costs minimum $8,500.'This acre has 139  foot frontage on Hwy., 310 feet deep, it's a dandy. PETER  SMITH eves. 885-9463,' office 885-2235 (24 hours).  LOT OVERLOOKING MADEIRA PARK���COMMERCIAL #2-896  This lot is located just off Highway 101 on Madeira Park Road.  Pie shaped lot, 140' on main road x 199' R-Side and 136' L-Side.  This is an area of rapid development: very good holding property. Full price $9,000.00. Pat Murphy eves 885-9487 - office  885-2235 (24 Hours)  LARGE LOT ���. ROBERTS CREEK #3-045  Large 113x185' semi cleared lot. Fully serviced. Road frontage  on both ends mokes possibility of sub-division very promising.  Potential view. Full price $11,000.00.  Lee R. Brown eves 885-  2437 - office 885-2235 (24 hours).  :tVCteCttt_��ttUB��Kttt(_Kt��^^  eaJonJ    Kjreelinad  lttR9lMN___MR--_--_--_-_^^  TWO BEDROOM HOME - FRANCIS PENINSULA ROAD #2-972  For quick sale"down payment has been reduced to $5,000 and the  interest on the balance reduced to 7%���hurry for this one] On  a nice: level park-like corner lot. Lot size 125' by 142', one block  .Aftorn gov't Wharf, Fullp rice $32,000. For appointment to" view  ^all PAtW^Y^B-S^B^^Ves., office 885-2235" (24 hrs.)  WEST SECHELT ACREAGE .       #24-3041  56 acres on Hwy. 101. Zoned rural holding by the S.C. Regional  District. Permitted uses include tourist accommodation, professional practise, mobile residences and other uses. This property does  not appear to be restricted by the Agricultural Lond Reserve. Full  price $56,000 with half down. DON HADDEN eves. 885!-9504,  y office 885:2235 (24 hours).  RECREATIONAL ACREAGE" .        ,    ' '       #20B^3-034  Sandy Hook. Road'for mountain greenery back drop. Yes, electricity is here and a very gopd evidence of year-round well water.  View is here, too! 3.2 acts is yours for only $17,000.full price.  (A tiny lot sells for $7,000 nearby.) Partly cleared, this acreage  has to be sold soon at this low price. Be first get your country  recreational acreage now,facing year-round road. BOB KENT  Veves. 885-9461. office 885-2235 (24 hours).  GIBSONSY #6-3-029  Quality two storey 4 bedroom home with many extra features.  On holf acre. If you are in the market for a good home don't  miss this. $52,000.00 cosh. Should be good for large bank  mortgage.  Jack Warn eves.  886-2684  - office 885-2235 (24  ,:������:.'������'���'������ . ,-HOUfSk'   ���--���������  A;  ���:.,-:,.: ',......      -^   o .,  WATERFRONT LOG HOME #3-020  100 feet Sorgeqnt. Boy beach. This one bedroom log home nestles  jUst above the beach. Electric furnace, stone fireplace, own  water system, interior of the log home is sheer delight. Large  deck commands view of all the fishermen. 374 feet top to bottom  of lot ,it's steep but beautiful. Full price $37,650.00 owner will  consider terms. Peter Smith 885-9463-office 885-2235 (24 Hours)  5 ACRES ��� WAKEFIELD AREA ��� 5 ACRES #2-897  In the  ALR COULD   BE HOBBY  FARM,   MARKET GARDEN,  STABLES? This property all cleared and fenced, ready for planting.   For that Country  retirement,   full   price   $25,000.00.   Pat  Murphy  885-9487   eves -  office   885-2235   (24   Hours).  FAMILY VIEW. HOME - GIBSONS /3;0?,8  Large hortie on quiet street In the village of Gibsons, fantastic  view of Howe Sound. Large living roomond Mtchen, 4 bedrooms,  and full basement. BasementhOs separate(entrancerwhiclV could  b made into a revenue suite: Full Prjce$39 750 LEE R BROWN  eves 885-2437 or C R. GATHERCOLE 886-2785, office 885-  '  2235 (24 hours).  GRANTHAMS ~~       .. . .       ��� #2-2-997  Waterfront, very private despite highway frontage. Two houses,  nood beach with concrete breakwater, marvellous sea island and  SSmtafcTvtow. Leaseho1dY$35,000   Half cash. JACK WARN  eves, 886-2681, office 885-2235 (24 hours).  DAVIS BAY ��� TREED VIEW LOTS #3-031-2-3  Each of these three lots have exceptional view of ocean. In quite  natural state, so you can selectively clear to suit, dnd keep the  nice trees. Water and hyro. Asking' $14,000.00 top lots,' top  price. Peter Smith eves 885-9463 - office 885-2235 (24 Hours)  WONDERFUL VIEW LOT ��� WEST SECHELT ,     #3-046  Great view of the Trail Islands and Georgia Straits, this lop is  ready for building nice and level with 74' on highway IXVrand  126' on Mills Road. Full price $10,000, Pat Murphy evefe 885-  9487 - office 885-2235 (24 Hours) I  . SKYLINE DRIVE LOT ��� GIBSONS  View   lot   overlooking   Gibsons   on   Skyline  $7,000.00.   Pat. Murphy  eves   885-9487   -  (24 Hours)  Drive,  office  #3-047  Full price  885-2235  GUNBOAT BAY .BUILDINGS  8. PROPERTY PLUS . #2-999  Owner's 3-bedroom waterfront homo,  approx. 1200 sq. ft. Three cabins,  two 1-bedroom ond one 2-bedroom,  all fully self-contained and electrically heated. Plus boat ramp and float,  4 boats, three outboard, 2-9% h.p.  and one 10 h.p. All this on 5 acres  of land with 250' on main Highway  101 ond 150' of tho best protected  waterfront. This is an attractive tourist area because of Its fishing and natural beauty. This venture requires an  Investment of $85,000. Terms available. PAT MURPHY eves. 885-9487. '  office 885-2235 (24 hours).  WAKEFIELD ROAD #21-2-996  2.6 acres In choice residential area  of West Socholt. Create yoqr own  dream homo on this estate-size proporty, sheltered and, bordered by a  dollqhtful stream. Serviced by hydro  and phone, and city water, on road.  Full price $21,000. DON HADDEN  ovos 885-9504, office 885-2235  (24 hours).  HEY f   UP THE CRiEM  WEST SECHELT #21-2-772  Year-round stream ond clo*e to three  quarters of an aero, troed proporty.  For privacy you are surrounded by  trees. Cut a few and Improve the  ocean vlow. A charming location for  that hide-away cottage. Short distance to easy access beach and boating. Full price only $10,900. This lot  la looking fori an i Imaginative owner,  on this creekslde location, BOB KENT  ovos 885-9461, office 885-2235  (24 hours),  VACATION COTTAGE ~  NORTHWOOD #24-2-821  Largo treod lot, Ideal site for future,,  retirement. Hydro and phone Installed. Furniture Includoa as viewed.  Move In for only $9,750 cash,, Preview this first on our television. DON  HADDEN eves, 885-9304, Office 885-  2235 (24 hours),  SEE OR PHONE KEN WOOD FOR  YOUR CUSTOM BUILT HOME.  SECHELT AGENCIES DATE PAD  This free reminder of coming events is o service of SECHELT AGENCIES  LTD. 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Board ''' ''  REAL ESTATE  INSURANCES  Phono 885*2235 (24-Ho_r��) Ook 128, Socfcol., B.C.  #2-095  LEVEL LOT.  DAVIS BAY  Love, cleared building lot pn i peaceful street In Davis Bay. Fully serviced.  Lot she 60x150'. Close to school,  stores or. I plavqround, Cornoore prlco  of $7,500. LEE R, BROWN evenings  885-2437. office 885-2235 (24 hrs.)  Vancouver Phono 609-5838  'if.'  _v  \:  yi .'i  ___atw_i__i<hniii��ii_itiiii_iii ��� ��� > ;:  -. ��� -  -xi r- / -i >> ; Xa^ <  ���. i  v.  r - * * ���  Page A-6 Th* Ponlnuula Timw    Wednesday. December 1��, \19fc ,  I   - - ' i ' > |      M  \X >4 AA";eA%n   i  ... a big smile for the camera.  and I want . .  now  take pScq in Jan.,'as a sure-fire way to  /chase tfieTJanuary 'blues\ when all the  excitement   of  Christmas   is   over,  spring nowhere in sight.  The original book and lyrics were created by Gordi,e Hauka, piano transcriptions  by Ken Dalgleish, who is also accompanist included in the music are several songs  that are not original. The cast is directed  "by John Burnside, whose . direction in  ^previous productions has.Ya^jeyed" cdj|- ;  siderable success, at drama festivals.  The high-kicking chorus line is being  encouraged to dance by competent  choregrapher Mrs. Ronnie Dunn, who is  coping welly with the fancy foot-work.  Even those ~bf us who couldn't stand on  one foot-without falling over are finding  jiJut that ,'hOWing' is fun. ;,  | Costum^l are in the firm hahds of Miss  Nest I^wiK who is finding ways ahd.  means of faking women appear as men  and boys^'and men appear as women or  'even, yes, a cat.  In the Sunshine Kingdom, where the  adventures of Dick' Wittington and his  Cat take place, all is happiness ahd light,  If you feel like taking a trip and can't  afford -|��\p_,i, that's, the place to go.  A fairy-tale with its feet on the,  ground, topical touches, and action thttt  spills over into the auditorium, a pantomime is every man's entertainment.  The district schools concert last Thurs-  dap evening was the first we have attended in this part of the country, although we have seen many in othQr  places; and yet, as we looked around'the  crowded gym at Sechelt Elementary  School, it all seemed very familiar.  The hall, itself, was different; the  children and the costumes were different;  the business of revolving audiences Was  different; but tho feeling in the air was  the same. Before the curtains opened, the  atmosphere was so charged with excitement that, for a few moments, it seemed  that the hall would explode,  Keyed-up children, some very quiet  and some almost beside themselves; tense  mothers ond fathers; busy teachers trying to get last-minute messages ncross\,to  their students, or trying to reassure, one  who suddenly doesn't want to be In it;  accompanists hoping their music wouldn't  foil down, before tho night was over; oil  this was new and old nt the same time���  n new variation on nn old theme called  Christmas concert. >  '  AH over the world, in the month of  December, every year, u traditional phenomenon takes place. F.very village be-  , comes a global village, . It is as If tho  whole world Is contained In ench and  every school hall, whenever n Christmas  concert is perforrhed.  One might wonder why a Christmas  concert Is ,*io different from any other, nnd  tho answer lies in the imagination of  children nnd their sense of wonder nt the  Christmas story.  , What the bIiow Jnpks in dramatic por-  trnynls, it moro than makes tip for in  uninhibited performances. If little children like whnt thoy.nre doing, it shows nil  over their faces In an enr-io-enr grin, If  they don't like whnt they are doing, they  display their boredom openly, like n banner. When thoy nro momentarily terrified*  as many of them are when they look out  nt a sen of faces for the very first time,  it Is written all over them.  The biggest star of the show is ulwnys  the same; it is the honesty of llttlo children who hnvo not learned to disguise their  fa-lings. The brightest Jitfu on stage in  alwayii tho same; lt 1�� the shining light of  truth,!'The mirnclo of God's' creation Is  always restated for our consolation in tho  purity nnd innocence thnt flows from n  ntngo filled with children ot the Chrlat-  mos Concert.  Senior citizen Assn. notes  "AND ALL the fixins," well describes the  fullness of the menu enjoyed by Sechelt  Senior Citizens Dec. 13 at the Old Legion  Hall.      ,        '  Opened by incoming President Hugh  Duff who nfter the singing of 'Oh Canada'  asked the members to stand in silehce for  n moment in respect to our late member  Peter Edmonds. Rev. Cassels asked the  grace after which the members sat around  tables decorated with centrepieces of holly  and red candles while on the stnge making n suitable background stood a large  Christmas tree.  Our thanks to tho men of a well-known  utility for the tree. The ladies of St.  Hilda's Church had prepared a sumptuous  repast of roast turkey, baked hnm accompanied by the appropriate vegetnbles nnd  savories, topped off with mince pie and  jello. An added fillip waa a glass of wine,  the gift of Emory Scott, our retiring president, presently holidaying in Mexico.  Thanks Emory.  Jack Bushell, after expressing his  thanks, in concise but apt terms, to those  who hud, both in the formative days, nnd  the present time made No. 09 such nn  outstanding success, proceeded to install  the officers who will carry the business  of the association through 197*1, urging  them to further success,  At tills point, Walter James, program  director, took chargo and introduced the  program which wns opened hy Eva Hayward nnd Mnry' Redman plnying ns n  pinno duet, Christmas Overture, n clever  medloy of famlllor Christmas music.  Their encore wns Canadian Capers.  Those crowd pleasers set, lots of feet tap-  U-DRIVE  TRUCKS  SUf\!SHI__E RENp-LS  _��__��   ��� by Robert Foxall  ping with their gay and lilting music.  Then, Olive Clear, always pleasureafcle  anticipated, recited An Old Fashioned  Christmas and a fitting encore. Walter  James, as usual, in great voice rendered  O Holy Night and then with the aid of  the senior choir, led the audience in group  singing of Christmas carols. Hazel Evans  and Ruby Hatcher were the very accomplished accompanists for the singing.  A drnw was then held for gift certificates from the usual generous source.  Winners were: stay-at-homes; Edith Hel-  lier, Madge Newman, Amy Bryant and  Mrs, P, Frandsen. Present: Blanche Mc-  Cready, Mrs, L. Thomas, K. W. Harper  and Mr. Fransen. The rest of the afternoon was spent in games nnd dancing to  bring to a rousing finish a very happy  nftcrnoon.  So until Jan. 0, when danping resumes,  or Jan. 13 when there will be a social  nftcrnoon nt Sechelt Elementary School,  senior. cith.cns will be quietly enjoying  iho festive season and preparing for nn  nctive New Yenr. Your reporter ond Mrs.  Foxall would like to take this opportunity  to extend to the editor, nnd his staff and  our many friends made since our arrival  in Sechelt, the heartiest of greetings,  INTRICATELY inade styrofoam  model of "Santa Maria" was builtby  Madeira Park Elementary School  pupil Tim Dubois, with assistance  from his father, Ben. Madeira Park  principal, Verne Wishlove, has temporarily commandeered the model to  add an unusual touch to the school's  Christmas decor.  We wish each and every one of you  a very Hnppy Christmas and a peaceful  and rewarding New Year. We also wish  to extend our grateful thank? to all of  you at this time for your good patronage  throughout the past year and thereby  making it possible to continue serving  you in 1074. 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'���*4WWi^_ili___i^**r^_  Greeting!-.  And with our greetings, a slnciwY;;  oxproBflfon of grafifudo Jo1 our ctislbhiora.  .  ^o#^  : i  ^o^J^cd %Af %��Wu  v  .\  T-T���7.  v   ',���.���:. V  \ ��� I\  ___��_�� _L'ft  "V .Tills pAnln.iila T_m_��_ - *'" < W<__lnA_d__v_ ______t_t__ir 19   1S___ immiw_-mm-m��m-m_-iiii-iii3_mi^^  1 ,' . ' ' -1 :���' t-*���i ~r���_ '���1 ���'"' " '   ' '" >��� " ������: ���   .. .-._.''' " ' ' -   " ' '-  ntere&i to   women  Edited by Joan Proctor - 886-2073  Wo  Sechelt News Notes  ��jf\ ^M^/^  :ft<  ���by Peggy Connot  Braggs, Mrs. Iiia Grafe and Mrs. Paula  Gibbons. That animal for the fridge door  will help strengthen the. will power.  The Christmas party the Legion  sponsored for the patients of St, Mary's  Hospital was a great success. There was  presents for each of these 16 special  guests. Mrs. Irene Donlon, matron of the  hospital, Lillian Peters, Jack Bondy,  Hank Nickel and other staff members  along with Mrs. Bobbie Bodna_ek, vol-  jinteer, were also present.  ' , The Legion bagpipe band growing  mightier all the time, and always-_ thrill  Mrs. Nellie Whaites recently return- V to hear, were th. hit of the evening. Rod  ed from a trip to her birthplace, Prince; Lfcee's mother, who is visiting from Mea-  SELMA Park Cribbage Club held its an-  ,  nual Christmas party at the local community hall on Dec. 7. A great part: of  the success of the party was due to Gun-;  nar and Phoebe Hansen, who among oth-,  er things provided a beai^ifully cooked  turkey. This is a strictly informal cribbage club, where 25 to 30 people attend  once,a week to play the game as it should;,  be played as a relaxing and stimulating ���  entertainment. It is open to anyone who  cares to pay the $1 fee and join up with'  this congenial group on a Friday even-*  ing.      (  GIBSONS Eafeffientary School girls   ted by Colleen Johnston, the tale is  model four Of ^Hie many costumes   slated for Dec. 19 and 20. Tickets are  made by parents'for the school's up-   available from any Gibsons elemen-  comtogpetfojigpice of the Christmas   tary pupil.  operetta, "UtftfeBlue Angel." Direc- "          Bolivian girl aided . ��� .  Sechelt couple adopt  child through 'plan  MB. AND MB&.-Clarence Blackstock of  Sechelt have joined Foster Parent Plan  by   adopting  Elizabeth  Miranda,   5,   of  Villa San Antonio, Bolivia.  The Blackstocksf will contribute $17  monthly which will bring material and  financial assistance to both child and  family and is aimed at strengthening the  family unit byHielping each member. -  Seventeen dollars monthly provides  the family with a monthly cash grant,  distribution of goods such as vitamins,  blankets, towelsY _oap and other useful  items, medical ajid dental care, the sustained guidance and counselling of social  workers ahd tftel benefit of social programs. Di\c  Strong emphasis is placed on education. All Foster Children (and their brothers and sisters, if possible) must attend  school. Vocational training courses are  available to _os6_r children, their brothers  Slectrolux Is Batter . .  Bettor Get Slectrolux  NEW VACUUMS AND SHAMPOOERS.  BAGS, PARTS, ETC  _____________________maa___________���_���'  ���fa Free Pick-up and Delivery  ��� for' Repairs  'Ar Free Home Demonstration  "GET YOUR 0UST NOW WITH  aecmoLux vacuum  AN  and sisters and in some cases, their parents. ,The aim is to,give the family the  tools to help them become independent  and self-supporting. .Special programs  adapted to the needs of each country also  meet these aims.  Foster parents and foster children1 correspond, monthly (letters are translated  by Plan) and often develop warm and  affectionate relationships which mean as  much to the child as the material and  financial _id.  The Blackstock's adopted child lives  with her mother, Christina Miranda San-  jines, who is a coolc-helper. She, and her  eldest daughter,, who is 13, work in a  restaurant and they earn a total of $32.50  month which must be used to support the  mother and three childrejr. Elizabeth's  father deserted the family. *  The family lives in a small room with  painted walls, burlap ceiling apd earthen  floor. It has ho windows and the only  access of light arid ventilation is the door.  Elizabeth has black eyes, rose checks  and her hair is combed in braids. She  does not yet attend school  More information on the plan can be  obtained by writing Foster Parents Plan  of Canada, 163 St. Clair Ave. W���"Toronto,  Ont. M4V 1P8.  Edward Island. While there* she had several visits with the late Canon Alan  Gleene's daughter, Mrs. Kathy Tuck. Mrs.  Whaite made stops along the way at Toronto and Kitchener. A son-in-law of tfye;  friend shfe was visiting with gave her a!  detailed tour of Niagara Falls area in the  snow. Three cousins and two sisters, plus*  a lady with? whom she had corresponded  during and sinfce the war but had never  met, were on her travel stops, i Besides  Nellie's relatives she met a cousin of her  neighbor, Jack McLeod.  Mrs. Chris Anderson returned, to the  Peninsula for a' visit from Ladner.  Two nurses from St. Mary's Hospital  managed to tear themselves away from  Hawaii where they had a fantastic time.  Linda Dunn and Susan Small were the  lucky gals.  ������ Thursday night's concert with all the  schools in district 46 taking part, pointed  out the great need for an auditorium,  large enough to hold all the populace  comfortably. This, of course, would i_t��  dude a proper stage with dressing rooms,  lights, acoustics and the like. The talent  being inurtured in this area needs a proper setting/for greater appreciation.  The work, done by the teachers and  dow Lake, put on a good performance  with the mouth organ. The Legion ladies  Were in attendance serving special fare  in their kindly way. All in all a real  merry, merry time.  i  Mrs. Ironside heads  Roberts Creek unit  ROBERTS CREEK���Mrs. Gladys Ironside  was elected president of the Roberts  Creek auxiliary to St. Mary's Hospital, at  the group's recent monthly meeting.  Mrs. Madeline Grose was named first  viqe-president; Mrs. Cory Ross, second  vice-president; Mrs. Edith Fraser, secre-  . tary; Mrs. Win Hornet, treasurer and Mrs.  Bessie Baba, membership.  Chairman of the nominating committee was Mrs. Iii Fhimmerfelt who eon-  ducted the election and announced, that  ; the officers will be installed at the auxiliary's annual meeting. Committees will  also be formed at that time. The meeting  will take place in the Sunshine Coast  Golf and Country Club house, Monday,-.  - Jan. 14 at noon. ���   \X  tncuon  TO FIT  EVERY BUDGET FROM  Ken DeVries  ��� ��T    xrloorcouerinqA  ��� _n% ^  LTD.  Gibson.    ��    866-7112  �� CARPETS    ��� TILES  ��� LINOLEUMS  . CLOSED:  December 23 to Jan. 7  MMMWimiMMIIWIWimillMfMrtllllMflflllMMfl^  TRY TO BEAT GULF'S  RADIAL SNOW TIRES VALUES  _*.,_*_��,��_. __.'*?_.___.___��,:.__," * t��-^��y __y ��� 7~ v       At tlxe rt^eting a list of items purchase  studentsjs Reserving of gqeat praise as . ed for hospital's use was read.  one could see-how the teaching has pr^Y      *mmUHZ�� *,,.���  _T       _.  gressed from the junior grades up to the _ ya.Cunven��r ^ Netva Newman expres-  Elphinstone '��� Secondary ^School    bantf VS6d ��*_ Wff ailon t0 allJme,Sbers wh0-  RADIAL 70  WINTERWAY  $4395  (ER70-14)  . :/a  Yo<jr as__. for  rti- S-eheft Penintula  PHmi- 806-9864  !_���  s  gained throi^h the" school years.  fbs fact ^he program was great entertainment was not hindered by having  to move the audience from-bne building  to another, still more people could have  been accommodated, and the performers .  could have seen the rest of the program.  Coming ho_ne from this delightful  concert to find a surprise in the living  room���friends dropped in to help celebrate half a century of living. Their evening has been spent in assisting the extended-care patients with their night out aft  guests of the Canadian Legion. These  were the O. Moscrips, J. Redmans, TY  Marshall, Mrs.. C. Nixon;  cal, Mrs. G- Ironside and  belL  dllllllllllllllllllllUIIIIIIHIIUIIUIIIUMllulimiililiiHiHH..  I MISS BEE'S i  1   CARD & GIFT SHOP   !  : Wharf Road . Sochel. . 885-9066 =  ��. P.O. BOX 21* I  s Halfmarfc-Coutt- cards and wrapping*, s  : Ffa* English china cups and saucort. 3  jj   Boutique Hams, local artists paintings,    f  RiiuiiiiuiiMiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiMiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiMMiiiMiiiiiiiiMU.  You're looking ot Gulfs safest ond  longest wearing winter tire.  The 4 belts of rayon minimizes tread  squirm. And the low profile provides excellent traction toi get you through all  kinds of slush and sriow,  ..j. All., authorized Gulf. RadialTire' Deal-  er$; across. North -America honor the Gulf  snow tire gtifoj-intee that's good for the life  of the tread:  Available only from an authorized  Gulf Radial Tire dealer.  OTHER GREAT SNOW TIRE  VALUES START AT .���.���  IMS  PENINSULA MOTOR PRODUCTS (1957) LTD.  SECHELT  885-2111  I  :.iiii  r  r..r  .Y-"1 ,        _>f i   *.  ._- <r.';_i  iftf.,. *J ft  *. -. * )  _<S.,  1  FOOD  STORES  fc>;��V��f  ^wtJUwC ._.  . *  Miranda  EU__t-_h  i'j-,i''  AAA-  a  ridtmaS  Kjreell  BRUSSELS  SPROUTS >ir  TO ALL OUR FRIENDS  SECHELT AUXILIARY TO ST. MARY'S HOSPITAL  ina  YOUNG  HEN TURKEYS  Gov't inspected, Grade "A"  B.C., Frozen ... . ...  Ib.  WHITE  ,       -FOOO  STORES    '  r  t  In lieu  to  ���Christmas Cards donation has been sent  the Sechelt Auxiliary Memorial Funds  ^g-���: ; _������_: _   ' "_f Eathor  to  Tumor _.rt_T Eathor Borry  Mrs. Mab^l Bllgh  Norm and Magglo Burloy  Walter, frono, Julian and  Maiy ByBtnick  Dorothys and Charllo Cortor  Polly and Les Chamborlln  Dick. Vona Clayton and  family AXX.  Cliff, Poiiy, Mary and  Margaret Connor  Manford, Marlori and  j Shirley Cook  [ John, Rfloryk��, Michelle and  Mariette Croaby  Chris Crucil  Ada Dawe  Garry, Roberta, David,  Jeffrey and Dentae Foxtail  Gerry and Paula Gibbons  Eric. Ina Graf�� and Girls  Don and Hazel Hadden  Gordon, Maureen, Sharon,  Kathleen and Nodlne Hall  Louis and Phoebe Hanson  and Sandra-  Dave" and' Eva Hayward  Rocky ond f^ory Hehderson'  andfamljip! ���.-'���'  MargarafWd Charlie Humm  ' Charlotte! Jackson  porftoh aipid.iHarrV Jenkins! i  Oskar and Olna Johnson <j  R/iyhsoif-s awd Gordon Jones  Prenk, syltilii and , \,   \  Jennifer Jones  J11!^/^^^  Frode, Tovo, Susanne and  PennI Jorgensen  BUI, Beulah and  Denise Lawson  John and Faye Lewis,    ���  Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Mayne |  Charlie, and Betty Monk  Marie, Emle and  Carl Montgomery  Jack and Marj. Morgan  Eve ond Orv Moscrip  Phil, Elsie, Heather and  Jlmhile Nicholson  Erik and Pat Nielsen  May and Bob Normlnton  Ruby and Vic, Osborne  Eric & Bonnie, Knrln, Cor Ira,  Guy, Mark & David Paetkau  Tony and Lynne, Trevor and  Jennifer Pike  Mary and Art Redman  Jack and Lee Redman  Harry and Ermln Robertson  David and Bette Shaw  Ivan, _.lleeh 8i Jimmy Smith  Ore Sinclair  Peter and Mollie Smith  BIHIe Steele ;y  Shannon ond Roy Stockwell  and family  Alan, Rosa Swan and family  t>r* and Mrs. J. 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My mm/mmmmw blw  Nabob    / ��HMR  ____  _^ 24o__'u-..L ������ mr*  ^f:_______. ___-���  PRICES EFFECTIVE:  Thumkiy, Friday, Sotunloy  December 310, 21, 22  a��Jal-l^_^mll1lrgt1t^_ffl11lJllu,_ll^��u,T_^^lOTWJUl_  Sign  t Slip  Enter  DECEMBER  Ell mmm  Nobob Deluxe ��|   B*gk  SWEET MIXED  PfiCKLES = 49*  TINY SHRIIilP  Seohaven m mm  4V4 OJC I...;..! ���    JjT  PINEAPPLE  Nobob'_ Cashed,I    J      HOC  Sliced ond Tidbits   HI h* WW     a  I  WHITE  |,;Y;::;:rdO.O::o:::.::  We ittf^rve the 1.0M.  tollwift ^uontlties.  885-9416  WHITE  ��Y fooo:   :,oites  A  lliiifi��iMh_lS^-_^^^ >>  I'    1  'Ise Peninsula^TI^^  '���r'-'V 7 "  '" " ��� r-^-1 1 \ '   Section B Wednesday, December 19, 1973 '    Pages 1-6  _��_M_MM��WM>m)��M����"    ��^l��^�����MW|W*��IT- l_HI >i    ��� ��� ��� N������l-W-l .-I      J      _������!��� H"^���  _��� ���>���    -I���_PW^���__-_���^>M��.W��� ������. l_|_^#fWl^P>��^^W.     ���  A  .  i  I  . r  <IIIIIII(tflllllllllllUIIH|IUHIUIIUllllllillllll|IIIIIIIIIIIMI'l  Pages 1-6   =  Long distance and overseas . . . -   in�� ���iiPt-i .       i       ������   i    ���*������������, /  .   % ._, -��  Place phone calls early,  B.C. Tel warns patrons  ',~ B.CyT&I_EPHONE,Co. expects more than   Day fc*U_ on a Tuesday this year, the pre-  '515,000   attempsx by   subscribers .to   c^ng weekend���Dec. 22 and 23���might  *.l'v&* long  distance  and overseas  calls   be a S����d tutte for subscribers to pla*e  3  a*  M  3  m  <3  3  3  3  3  Yi  til a  " _- 3  ^V during the Christmas Day holiday period.  T. F. Heenan, vice-president of oper  some planned holiday calls.  "This would ease the pressure on the  Vancouver ^toll  centre"   he   explained,  "which   in. addition   to  handling   calls  r ation for B.C. Tel, urged those planning   throughout the provinceYalso takes care  ^ \ r��i_,4_,*��_�� _._.����, ���_> _.����___ ��,__,*, ,_,.__ __ __*��   of calls to Pacific rim countries such as  ry Christmas calls to space them over a day   Japan( Australia ^ N^. Zealand~and  pr two prior to Dec. 25 or within a day    caUs to ^d ^m g^ p^g of Canada.  ?' pr two after the holiday rush," he added. _ __���  Heenan said Canadian telephone com-        All boxed Christmas cards and other  -  panics no longer take reservations for Christmas items will be sold at half price  A overseas long/distance calls to be made from December 27th to 31st. Miss Bee's  y at a specific \time. "Additional circuits Sechelt.  '  put into servicVoyer the past few years,  .Freezer Meats ot  I all kind*...  ��_  | Special on Front Quarter.  j     GLYNN TRACY  i      Garden Bay Store - 883-2253  5     ''Fine Meats for Fine People"  "|  s i  -iiiiiiiiiiiHiiiiiitHtnniiiiiiiniiiimmHiimimiiiiiiiiiiig  nAf  ^" Recycle this Newspaper.  should help to ease the load, however,  there may still be some delays getting  4; through," he __id.  v      He said a total of about 393,000 calls  -  were handled by the company ojv Christ-  ', mas Day^ last year���while another 81,000  4i .  calk were attempted but not cpmpleted.  "But many of these were repeat trys on  a_ ________��___���__������_���#_    ��� * _.       j-     calls attempted earlier," he added.  AS WORSENING Winter road COndly ��w<e are _u__e_tin_ this vear that oer-  -tion-. IpjwI \c\ tho annual in_>r#__ea W v*e "f s^ggesimg mis year xaai per-  ?��JnLiSSL onSL5?^S._,?SSS^E *��� ^ P^ing holiday calls act now to ob-  auto^bile^id^tS,^_dir-Otonsts/taln telephone numbers and area code  can be confident that Gibsons Volun- v numbers, thus cutting down on possible  teer Fire Department is fully equip-; delays during the Yuletide rush hours,"  ped to deal with any type of mishap..," said Heenan.  Firemen Dennis Carroll, left, and;, He also pointed out that many long  Douglas Oarmichael display the com- <l distance calls cost less if they are dialed  prehensive range of emergency equipV directly���and many cost even less if they  ment carried in the department's res-1   are placed after 6 p.m. on weekdays or  any time on a Sunday.  Heenan noted that because Christinas  K</////  cue and survival truck. In foreground,  is basket stretcher for transporting;  injured from inaccessible areas. .  Other devices include metal cutting '-  saw, hydraulic jack, resuscitator,  wheeled stretcher, fire extinguishers -  and asbestos gloves.  FIREMAN  Dennis Carroll, demon- cent practice run, a smoke bomb was  strates effectiveness of metal-cutting used to add authenticity to the 'acci-  saw in slicing open car body to re- dent' scene,  lease trapped passengers. During re-  MMMMMMMMMMVMMMIfWMIJWIMIMIflMI*  __________V MITCf  a.sun is mil.,)  Use   them   for   steady,   low-cost  advertising to talk to 10,000 people!  i  Classified AdBriefs reach more than  2,500 homes every week.  THB TIMES  885-9654 or 885-2635 (SdcMr)  886-2121 (Gibioiw)  ,<��I1_<1I��WWWIWW��_<WWWM��W����WWMWW��WWMWWW|WW*MMMMMI^/  TALENT  SHOW  FRIDAY, DECEMBER 21st  produced by Students' Council  Elphinstone School Gym  Gibsons  Starts 7:30 p.m*  ADMISSION: 75c  '  m  YEAR-END CLEAR CUT  Was Now  1974 G.M.C PICKUP, new with warranty, V/8 std. $4395 $3981  1973 VANDURA VAN Va, V/8 std., p.s., 7900 miles $4295 $3895  1971 G.M.C 4x4 PICKUP, auto., 30,000 ml., as new $3395 $2995  1969 YELLOW FIREBIRD, 350 V/8, auto., beauty $2395 $2095  1967 RED CAMARO, 396, 4-speed, go machine .. . $2195 $1995  1967 FALCON, 4-spd., buckets, neat, needs pt. touch $1295 $ 895  1967 BLUE MUSTANG, mags, boots, chromies, 4-spd. $1395 $1195  1968 PONTIAC 327 auto., air cond., very straight $1695 $1395  1969 FORD GALAXIE 500, 2-door _. _ $1895 $1495  1969 TOYOTA SPRINTER, 4-speed  $1295 $ 995  TRANSPORTATION SPECIALS  ��� . . from $195 up  20 to choose from  ��� ��� ���  AT OUR "U"-DRIVE LOT NO. 2 - DAVIS BAY  Sunshine Rentals Ltd.  885-2528 or 885-2151 evenings  Dealer No. 4056  _______  -Qmt��<M_ ^|ii     I ���l.Jj~"-*MT^'^ .foiJJ'o  wont  SUNSHINE COAST T.V.  SALES & SERVICE LTD.  "IN THE HEART OF DOWNTOWN SECHELT"  mtvw*tmtvM*m*��*mi^Wnnimtsm**mrm��mmM^  *,m  let  MMM  '!W&WM����M_li��MWM��*<ttM��rtllMM��HJ_^  il       I  )     i.      ,'  WMWftWIMWWIUMWMmWWMWWWn^^  oqrierA  nem  wur  torn  Gordon Oliver & Derk Yah Hees  ^ ������_  /  x  .  i /{  V  The Peninsula Timei   . Wednesday, December 19, 1973  !<C(Pt-MWW<lWXHW_WWC8lCC<P  by Kathleen Yull 883-9068  WELL, here we are again into that busi4tV en the ways fbra major refitting. ___ says,,  and merriest of seasons. Hope you all- the,interior ,is a disaster toea, EyeryJ��ty  managed  to '_ee the *lays in Irvine's   of the fittings Were* broken, loose, during  . Landing last Friday, and that you enjojted    the two Week_,���sfce ssts submerged, all of  - them as nrt-ch. a_ we did. And of cour_e   the caulking will have to, be replaced,  Friday was also the occasion of the high . ,an<^ of course the electronic system. will  school dance. *,    - "   . , ha^e to be completely overhauled.  While the high school students were ' '. J3uth at least the 'Henry Bay is assured  having their big night, the sjaft were  enjoying their own CSiristmtis party at  the Jolly Roger.  And���what's _ the time?���you should  just be able to make the Christmas concert at the elementary school, which  starts at 1:30 today. If you missed it, you  should see some of the participants tonight when they will be doing some carolling in the neighborhood.  Sunday was the occasion of the children's Christmas party/ for youngsters of  11 and under, at the Madeira Park Community Hall. Plans are being completed  for e. similar event at the Egmont Community Hall Friday of this week.  And .here's a last minute Christmas  gift idea for you late shoppers: Howie  White tells me that the new issue of Raincoast Chronicles will be going on sale  today. I've seen an advance copy, and it  measures up to the high.standards set by  previous editions. This one features some  of the pioneer communities on the west  coast, many now ghost towns. There's a  great article by Les Peterson���a survey  of the large and small towns up and down  the coast that have disappeared; and  there's.a story on the coast's first Indian  missionary. All in all, a very worthwhile  publication.  I had a most interesting talk with Ed  Warnock, skipper of the troller Henry  Bay, this week. Ed was telling me about  _ds experience last month, the most adventurous of his 43-year-career as a fisherman.  Early in the morning of Nov. 9 (Ed  says early in the morning: I'd have said  in the middle of the night, since it was 3  a.m.) the Henry Bay broke her anchor  and was swept aground by high winds.  This was off Moore Island, 125 miles south  of Prince Rupert.  Ed and his deckhand, Robert Higgins,  worked for about an hour trying to save  the boat after the rising tide filled her,  but to no avail. They sent off a May Day  signal to Bull Harbour radio, and about  3:30 a.m. rowed ashore.  They took a couple of sleeping bags,  a box of matches, and a hatchet. The first  match started their fire, and they say  they were not too uncomfortable for the  rest of the night, although a 40-mile  northeaster was blowing.  When they left the Henry Bay, she was  right under.  Fortunately, the Queen of Prince Rupert was in the area and, in response to  the May Day signal, was searching in  Kettle Inlet. As the light improved, Ed  and Bob moved to the outside of the  island, where they felt it would be easier  for them to. be spotted. They could see  the life boats of the Queen of Prince Rup^  ert, but for some time couldn't be sure  they had been seen.  However, eventually they were sure  the searchers had found .them, and their  position was relayed to the search and  rescue helicopter from < Comox. About 9  a.m., it circled their location, and then  came in to hover .over the'm, about 30  feet off the beach.  A cable was lowered from the 'copter,  and one of the crew came down to supervise their harnessing. Ed was taken offy  first. A belt was fastened around his body,^  he was instructed to keep his arms  straight down at hds sides, and at a signal from the crew member, he was hoisted up and helped aboard. . , . . ,  Must have been quite an experience,  40-mile per hour wind, plus the turbulence  from the propellers! A few minutes later,  Bob was hauled aboard, and then the  crew member, and 9:15 they were off.  However, the excitement wasn't over  yet. They stopped in Dry Point to refuel,  and then took off again for Comox. But  they developed engine trouble and had  to land on a sandy beach south of Cape  Caution.  There they made makeshift repairs  and managed to get as far as Port Hardy,  but had to wait there overnight to get a  new engine flown out from Comox. And  next day, the new engine installed, they  were flown to the airport at Westview.  Ed thinks search and rescue deserve high  praise for their prompt efficient aotion.  Ed Warnock had insurance on the  Henry Bay,f but it was not fully covered,  and the cost of getting the boat up was  so steep that the insurance company  wrote lt off. But Ed wns determined to  rescue his boat.  So two weeks later he and his brother  Jim went back for her. Thoy couldn't  raiso her because oho waa leaking too  much, so they.put a halt dozen empty  drums in her and towed her, submerged,  to Shearwater.  At Shearwater sho was hauled up, nnd  while the mechanic worked on the engine,  Ed and Jim repaired Uie caulking. And  >   they wore able to tow her back to the  Harbour.  She's now resting at Ciedia Duncan's���  Ed's sister���where she'll shortly be  up  MWWIUWMMUIWIIWUMMIWUIIUMWM^^  a continuation of her long career Ivith the  west coa,t fishing fleet.   ~'x  Back to the Harbour and more everyday items.       -' "<""  Muriel Cameron has been telling me  about the Community Club's activities.  Here's a date to remember���Dec. 20���  that's tomorrow. There will, be a special  Christmas bingo tomorrow evening. In  addition to six turkeys, there will be  "good neighbor" games and extr^ door  prizes. . '  And good news for you swingers!  Wendy Lee is in charge of a group organi-,  zing a New Year's Eve dance at the ball  Admission is $4 each, so be sure you set  aside, that amount out of your Christmas  holiday funds! Live music will be provided by a three-piece orchestra.  Last week the Community Club made  a donation of $150 toward the cost of the  Easter trip being planned for some of  . the elementary school pupils;  Thfe- is  a realty active  group,  and  deserving of community support, I hear,  however,  that as  a community -we're,  some of us, shirking our responsibilities..  Our executive works hard throughout theL  year for the benefit of all of us, and it ,  would be nice if they were offered a  little more voluntary help.  One way of assisting in their work is  open to anyone with a few hours of time  available^-and there should be many of  us in that category once the festive season is over. Muriel Cameron has materials available for anyone who will do  some sewing or knitting or other craft  work in preparation for the club's annual  Spring bazaar, coming up in May. Call  Muriel at 883-2609.  And the next general meeting of the  community club is the, annual meeting,  at which a new slate of officers is scheduled to be elected. At the. previous general meeting, on Nov. 4, only six people  other than the executive were present.  Let's show them we appreciate What  they're doing for us, and turn up in  force for this important session. I'll let  you know the date as soon as it's announced.  Peter Prescesky, who chaired the recent special meeting in connection with  the Bremer Commission on Education,  talked to me today about that occasion.  1 There was a considerable turnout���about  forty people (as Vern Wishlove pointed  out, somewhat less than the Bingo drew  on that same night)���and some good suggestions were put forth. These have -been  relayed to Victoria, along with a summary  of the proceedings, and 27 completed  questionnaires from parents who attended.  .Mrs. EUeeniDsu^,,.,ihe:min_3ter of  ed.uca��ion,Y appointed") John Bremer to  study the British Columbia school system  over a period of three years and come  up with recommendations for improving  it. This month's meeting was the first to  be held here dri an attempt to get grassroots opinions about the system and ideas  for improvements. H .you missed this  first one, there is to be a second, to be  held at the high school, in January or  February. We'll be letting you know the  date later on.  Nothing left to say now except, most  sincerely and warmly, that I wish you  all a very Merry Christmas and a. bright  and happy New Year.  JU  >,A  7\  "v^  X*  ,-/.  X     ^     '    ^   '���       X-  i  MtftfttiftC&fNBftCtf.^^  /fad L^ttlt/ed;/.  .   *   ��� ���  \ ���*_  Variety of MEXICAN PURSES  and SHOULDER BAGS made in B.C.  if WALLETS * KEYCASES tV CLUTCH PU&SES"  it AND EVENING BAGS  STYLE AND WINTER SHOES  WIGARiyS SHOE STORE  8 . Cowrie Street, Sechelt Telephone 885-9345  _M___ft��_ft___fe___i_N^^  skm  1. Jf,��r '-���  four*  f\eiax ��� . ��� UJt  *jrloridt Had one dure  lo ael uour alft tn  waa  ere oil lime  . ������  MADEIRA PARK Elementary School  teacher Lettie Talento looks on. as  members of her grade 1 class add .  final touches to unusual Qhristmas  tree. "  Gate due  for centre  AN E3STTRANCE gate is slated for the  Sunshine Coast Recreation Centre at  Roberts Creek & then the committee will  have spent all its funds, according to Dr.  Eric Paetkau, committee member.  The committee finances were audited  by Keenlyside, Banjlal and Co. and showed that the group received $47,078.64 in  various funds and after the gate is constructed will have spent the total amount,  largely on park improvements. The audit  period is from Nov. 22, 1968 to Aug. 31,  1973.  " Following are the receipts of the committee:  Donations $6,146.60; Local Initiatives  Program Grant $36,071.00; Sale of- logs  $3,538.61; Memberships $1,125.00; Interest income $197.43.  msBiiiKEaafiiiiTs   ���. y5^''"'" '.''. ''"?*  Site, improvement���Labor $30,852.00;^  Pension, unemployment insurance $2,-  411,21; Supervision $1,650.00; Supplies,  ; tools, rentals $3,802.335; Engineering,,  architectural fees $3,264.25; Sundry $33L-  12; Liability insurance $444.00; Advertising $1,546.15; Picnic costs $422.61; Star  tionery, office expenses $736.67; General  costs $294.54. ,. !  Total disbursements $45,709.90.  Excess of receipts over disbursements  is $1,368.74 which will be spent to construct the gate. Much labor and machine  work -will be done at reduced costs, said  Paetkau.  Gibsons man arrested  after coins recovered  GIBSONS���Gregory Lemky, 20, was arrested. Dec. 10 following discovery of  a stolen coin collection in the Bank of  Nova Scotia, Richmond.  He is expected to be charged with  possession of stolen property. ���   >  The coin collection, valued at approximately $5,000, was reported stolen last  year from the Gibsons home of Ken Watson.  Apparently the coins had been used  as collateral for a loan from Bank of  Nova Scotia.  - Under other police hews, Frank Redshaw of Gibsons has been remanded on  a charge of breaking and entering and  theft under $200 in connection with the  theft of rain gear from Long Bay, Gam-  . bier Island.  A charge of possession of stolen prop;  erty, also, has been laid.  TOTS-EVi CLUB  BINGO  FRIDAYS, 8:00 p.m.  ���' INDIAN HALL  i Jackpot $300  " #7S TO HO  '  FIMlAlWEEK FOB FREE CARRYING CASE OFFER  i% OOOR PftliZE 7%  yi  v^w%t%nnrwuntvv^>v%>viwtMv*injK>ui^^  SECHELT  CHAIN SAW CENTRE LTD:  PHONE 805-9626  ���*D i*_Hi__iWMn__ w tmmmmpi  h  CHRISTMAS  BOUQUETS  POTTED  PLANTS  ___     to you;.  P^ THIS *  f CHRISTMAS;!  I SEASON   ^___-S__.  $15.00  .  Sugar Plum Bouquet  rom   ^fnn aJLiii  nnd  ELOWERS and GIFTS  Cowrie Street, Sechelt Telephone 885-9455  �����$_��\i  v *\_yito  y*v?:  --. <  ". '  THE NEW PHARMACARE  PROGRAMME FOR THOSE  65 YEARS OF AGE AND  OVER IS EFFECTIVE  JANUARY 1,1974.  What Is Pharmacare?  Pharmacare is the new prescription drug programme of the Province of  British Columbia.  What does it cost to join?  There is no cost of enrollment nor are premiums necessary.  Who is eligible?  All British Columbians who are 65 years of age and over and who satisfy the  90-day residency requirement are eligible to receive a Pharmacare Card. The  benefits provided must be for the sole use of the person to whom the card is  issued. Individuals over 65 who are in the same family group will each receive  their own card. Dependent children and spouses not over the age of 65 years  are ineligible.  How do you enrol?  If you are 65 years of age or over, and are presently enrolled in the B.C.  Medical Plan, M.S.A., or CU. & C. you will automatically receive notice  of eligibility.  If you are 65 yearns of age or over and have resided In British Columbia for  at least 90 days but are not enrolled in any of the above medical plans you  must apply for eligibility. Application forms are available from yoi|r pharmacy.  ^l1  '       (*��     * �� i '  What will Pharmacare mean to you?  If you are eligible, Pharmacare will provide ��� without cost to you  prescription drugs chosen for you by your doctor.  selected  When you receive yoW personalized eligibility card, sign it at once. Your card  Is for your use only. , , (.  harmocare  v.  THE GOVERNMENT OF BRITISH COLUMBIA  mimemmiJmmmmmmmtmmmtmmwfmm+mmmmq*  73-320C  ���9       i  \  '.'  . '  til'  '   ft  ?W  ������   ' Y ���\  \  IN.  The Peninsulo Time*   ",        Page B-3  Wednesday, December 19, 1973  -T v.  i  ((1_,  NV   _  ' ��� _'  \  =�� :* * V  __.   *     *  YS*i^p  -\.  >..  _��. _  _   ._P_). ^_/.V..__i.__  ���__.'   ..   __     *   -__������ T ��� i ��� r.  mT_____h*i_r_������������___ii  r*!-*? I*-     __ *    l.*_M_. .  ��r their  Joqji Rroctor  v;.L'i     ~        . . . Strait talk  "MY .Christmas baking is a complete dis-  . appointment this year," I  sai^ sur- v  veying my tins full of seconds.   - ' s  "Oh I don't know," said my husband  thoughtfully, "those cookies on the buffet aren't too bad, but I think they need- "-  ed a bit of-flavoring."  "Good grief!" I said, "those aren't  even cookies, they're the clay ornaments  the kids made for the tree."  "Well I don't suppose they'll hurt me,"  he answered, "after 16 years of eating  your home cooking I can take about anything."  ,  "What happened to the Christmas cake  this year?" he continued.  "It turned out so darned heavy that  I ended up slipcovering if for a footstool," I said quickly.  "And the rum balls that I love," he  asked, "where are they?"  "Utter" frustration," I xsaid. "Anyhow,  they're hot completely wasted. I' took  them down the basement o and sprayed  them gold. They're mixed in with the  v _.__._._.  .��., ��� ' _*.     j  ���    __!___  __u  t ___.: __.    holly for a table center piece now."  IEMBERS of the Sechelt Senior Oitt- and, as usual, the women of St. Hil- seniors garnered in the old Legion ��.oh> x g^.. he sai<Ltrying not to  Association gathered last week da's Church, outdid .themselves in hall and the tables were laden with ��*���!���<_ disgusted. "At leas, the stuff isn't  heir traditional Christmas dinner   preparing a monumental meal. The   goodies. being thrown out. I never thought you'd  ' begin  recycling   the  Christmas   baking  though"  "Did you make shortbread this week?"  asked my son. '---A.  Y'Yes, 1 made a double batch. Unfortunately a_V/fo^ emerged was several  cookie sheets full of crumbs."  "Where are they# asked my daughter.  "We could eat t the crumbs."  "I boxed them and mailed them to  some of ihe relatives for Christmas." "I  figured they'd just think the parcel got  crushed in the mail."  "Are there any mince tarts?" asked  someone hopefully. "We all love your  mince tarts."  "Actually, yes and no. They were,  turning out beautifully til I went outside  to. get some kindling for the fireplace.  They make pretty good hockey pucks  though."  "Don't worry about the seeming- lack  of goodies. I received a letter from your  grandparents today and they're planning  to spend Christmas with us."  "What's that got to do with our problem?" asked the gang.  "Have you ever known grandmother to  arrive empty-handed?" She still does  enough baking to feed an entire regiment." ,        '  "I was just thinking," Said my son,  "one day you'll probably be the grandmother to our kids."  "Yes, that's the. way it usually works,"  I said cheerfully.  "Well, what'll happen then," he asked.  "You'd never bring loads of goodies 'to  our places for Christmas cause they never  turn out."  "Take heart," I said strongly, "by then  I may have found out just what it is  Ythat I'm.doing wrong."  SUNSHINE C0A5T CREDIT UNION  SECHELT  HOLIDAY BUS1N_M HOURS  - Closed: j   l  MONDAY, DECEMBER 24th     '       y  CHRISTMAS DAY, DECEMBER 25th  BOXING DAY, DECEMBER 2��th^ <^  MONDAY, DECEMBER 31-t  NEW YEAR'S DAY, JANUARY 1st  MAY WE WISH ALL OUR MEMBERS, ASSOCIATES,  AND ACL SUNSHINE COAST RESIDENTS A VERY MERRY  ��  CHRISTMAS AND A HAPf>Y AND PROSPEROUS KlEW YEAR.  W��WWWW��_**!��R����t��^  PENDER HARBOUR AUXILIARY  TO ST. MARY'S HOSPITAL  Donations have been received by the Pender Harbour  Auxiliary to St. Mary's Hospital "In lieu ot Local  Christmas Cards".  it  ' "V._"  .V__  i*p  ,&>���*  I  .EARING the end of a perfect me��l,    zens Association begin to sit back   Christmas dinner held in the old Leg-  ien_ber_ M the Sechelt Senior Citi-    and relax after enjoying the annual   ion hall.  ���iv  .4 *-'  A''-:-     ^    "\W---  "**�����>��_��*  ���t^V  I   **w  t."��  M  ���iii  .  __W**_T  **    *^*^  O^.' :**%  Mrs. Elaa Warden  Fred and Evelyn Olson  Arnold and Lena Pound  Gilbert and Louvain Lee  John and Elspeth Logan  Doug and Ginny Fielding  Lyall and Mary Alexander  Ted and Eileen Alexander  Ken and Veronica Wright  and family  Rod and Doreen Webb  and family  Alex and Marjorie Rankin  Dunbar and Joy Philp  ten and Nan Larson  Jinn and Jakie Donnelly  Henry and Jean Whittaker  Jack and Jean Paterson  Markle and Myrtle Myers  Dennis and Becky Gamble  Trevor and Mollie Payne  Don and Caryl Cameron  Mrs. Lil Murdoch,  Abbotaford  Ernie and Elsie Lee  Ollie and Jean Sladey  and family  Charlie and Maureen Lee  Tiffy and Marian Wray  Bill and Wilma Thompson  and family     .  Frank and Clara Lee  Bev and Helen Robertson  Bob and Jean Prest  Bill and Sue Van de Braak  Fred and Al Whittle   '  Bert and Isobel Gooldrup  Bill and Gladys Brown  Billy and Iris Griffith ���  and family  John and Bev Divall  Ernie and May Widman  George and Thyraa  Anderson  Merle and Stewart Hately  t>ft&-l_MB-_fe-__ttfl__-_-8__>lMiMM8i__-M  [Anotfior vim. of Ih* many Sochelt senior citizens who gathered in tho old Legion hall last week fo enjoy the  r traditional Christmas dinner. :  Community Cornor  Merry Christmas  and Happy New Year  At Dribnenki.  ROYAL BAN K  serving British Columbia  Madeira Park  Tolophono: ^83-2711  ,,���.���.���..... ���,  '/  '_      )  Xk  YOU'D BE AMAZED AT WHAT S3  A MONTH CAN DO FOR YOU!  Become a ROYAL CERTIFIED SERVICE  CUSTOMER TODAY!  Think of it...  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Sl^f:W:S#Wi>>�� h#Mft IjjII staff orv tha  *?$/5<> x'!W>!bui:;\. dueto.tho heavy holiday  r, ;ioad you\could find it difficult to  , ;, re^ch an'operator immediately* To  yprotecf yol)r homo and family keep  Manager  A.  a.itetipf omergency number? handy  ,, ,;l>y;yoiur telephony.  ,''Y',''fir��.i^;;|C>0otor -. Policy - Ambuini.ce - etc.  tb&if.>shbuld something happen you  .   ;, wouldn't nocJd an operator to help  Voi3%duid dial direct. >��� .    / ;  To h^lp yoq be r^adyior thoso emer?   x  goncloa &>C: Te) j$ mailing .cards to  $  oadh ai|b^r;ib^i;VPut y6ur &me. *(  g'��n^,nun.b��r3 on it ahdrk^ep it  foe.sfcfe yow telephone, , s; ���, ;,  JHtt^        _____i       irfH^i ��um u 1  A  TOl bffi.*  H��._  Boxcar crises  serious-MP  A VBRY'critical situation exists in British  Columbia with respect to a shortage  of bo_f cars, says Harry Olaussen, MP for  Coast Chilcotin. /      " >  Olaussem raised this question once  again in the House of Commons and was  informed by the Minister of Transport  that the removal of box" cars from other  ^parts of Canada to meet the shortage in  B.C. is an issue to be decided by the  House.  The Minister also said that the View  of the British Columbia railway is to  rely On ihe CN and CP for box cars and  that a failure on the part of the industry  itself to forecast an increase in activity  and a_ refusal of lumber companies to cooperate with the railways with regard to  the length of time involved in the keeping  of cars have contributed to the. present  problem.  Howeyer, Olaussen indicated to the  press that a lack of federal action in coordinating the supply, movement ahd el-  location of box cars must be considered  in the light of the present shortages.  He also indicated that the federal government must implement effective plans  immediately for the manufacture of box  cars and. that a national committee should  be empowered to take effective action as  required in these ahd Other areas.    '  Pof�� M..        TM fo-_M_f�� ttem   ���   Wednetdoy, December 19, 1973  JAadeira Park Happenings  FALLEN TREE blocks Lower Roberts Creek - Road for a couple of hours  uhtil liighways detriment crews can  remove it. The tree was a victim of    age was to telephone lines which, can  last week's heavy winds. Only dam-    be seen being stretched to the limit.  ���nKIM has beeffi in Vancouver for the past  few days,*so a number of students  have - had a,hand in writing the C-hjmh.  Much of the news has to do with Christmas preparations around, the school.   V  This Wednesday is the*day q_ Ottr  Christmas concert.,The grade seven gwi_  will" be looking after any toddlers or preschoolers in the kindergarten room during the hours of the concert 1:30 to 3.00).  All the classes will be putting or. a presentation and the Elementary Band will  play several selections at the end of the  concert.  All the classes at Madeira Park are  having a competition to see who can  bring the most canned goods. These canned goods will be put together into hampers and the Elves will be giving food  hampers to needy families on the Penin-  ���^ nr"~'������'<-<^iA sula' Mrs- Talento's grade one students  ^/^^i'.^^v are .leading at the present time. Come  ^'-d^'*'V.. :<�� 1     on the rest of you classes!  Mr. Rogers, the reporter for the Peninsula ..Times, was tit our, school on Thursday and took pictures of pur adventure  playground. He also took a picture of  Mrs. Talento's string Christmas tree and  Tim Dubois with his styrofoam ship.  This will be the last column for this  \  -br Kim Sr  year and I hope^tp see everybody back  19J4.J, Merry Christmas and Happy Nej  Year ti everyone from Madeira Park  ementary School.  Large Variety ot  DELICATESSEN  FOODS  for your Holiday. Menu  IMPORTED CHEESES:  Gouda, Edam, Tilsit, Satiisoe, ��tc.  FANCY MEATS:  Smoked Hams, Salami/ So-tages, etc.  BERT'S  (FORMERLY BERNIE'SN  Sechelt 885-9414  unnmiMiiiiiiiiiiiimiatimnin-iNninfMiiiifunJmniiu*  &j��As    ' " '.���..;  V_�� rwnmmge fat*  3,000 homes (10.000  ia Hiom economical  ss*ts.Tour ad b always there  for quick rafetvaco ...  lo..  ���.:  IIIHllliMMilMMMIIWIWmiMmMmilllllHinnitlHHHW  Sunshine Coast Business Directory  ��� Here's ah -conomieal way t��  reach 3,000 homes (10,000  reader.) every week. Your ad  waits patieritly for ready reference . .;. .anytime! . :  -iiiiiiMMiiiiuiiiiuiiiMMMiiiiMHiimiiimiiiiii^  ACCOUNTANTS  ^ W. Philip Gordon  CHARTERED ACCOUNTANT  Phono: Bus. 886-27 U, Res. 886-7567  Harris Block, Gibsons, B.C.  ANSWERING SERVICES  DIAL-MAR ANSWERING SERVICE  * Office ��� Residential * Wake-up Calls  ������������--- * Reasonable Rates  "Never Miw Another Phone Call"  W     885-2245  APPLIANCE REPAIRS  We Repair:  - small kitchen a. household appliancee  ��� vacuum cleaners - power tools  . electric  motors - almost anything'small enough to  carry Iri.  JOHN BUNYAK'S VARIETY  AAA-      & ENTERPRISES  Cowrie* Street, Sechelt * 085-9343  ARCHITECTURAL-PLANNING  SUNSHINE DESIGN  AND DEVELOPMENTS LTD.  Architectural'Builders-   ���  v      and Deyelopment Planner*  ..��       Gibsons; Box 735 ��� 886-9679    - X  Vancouver: 731-3448  A Complete Design, Building and  Planning Service  ART SUPPLIES  -    Telephone 886-2069  RO$3 & ART ENTERPRISES  Pottery, Supplies, Classes 6. Firing  Dealer for Duncan's Ceramic Products '  . Pine Road 8_ Grandview Avenue  P.O. Bex 42, Gl-oww, B.C.  BANKS   ROYAL BANK OF CANADA  Sochelt Branch ��� Phono 685-2201  Gibsons Branch ��� Phono 886-2201  Pondor Branch ��� Phono 883-2711  Box 153, Madoira Park  HOUjtt:  Sechelt: Tuesday-Thursday 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.  Fri. 10 a.m. to 6 p.m., Sat. 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.  Gibsons & Pender: Monday-Thursday  10 a.m.  to 3 p.m.; Friday 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.  ' BLASTINQ  CONTROLLED BLASTING  All Work Insured  Froo Estimates  PRB_�� DONLEY  Pondor Harbour - 883-2403  or 883-9972  TED'S BLASTING  ALL WORK FULLY INSURfD  Basement- - Driveways . Septic Tonka  ftumpo - Ph-h Unee  Call for a frea estimate any time  HD DONLEY Pender Harbour 88)2734  ,.i .   BUILDERS  101 CONTRACTING CO. LTD.  Gsnoral Building Contractors  AM  Work Guaranteed  Phono 885-2622  Boh 73, Sechelt, B.C.  BUILDING SUPPLIES  AC. RENTALS & BUILDING  SUPPLY LTb.  - AI1 Your Building Needs -  Madeira Park Phone 883-2585  CONTRACTORS  COAST BACKHOE & TRUCKING  LTD.  Fill, Cement, Gravel, Drain Rock, etc.  Box 89, Madeira Park  Phone 883-2274  DELTOM CONSTRUCTION LTD.  Box 64, Sechelt  ���For all types of homes���  Phone 885-2592 or collect 926-5948  SHOAL DEVELOPMENT LTD.  Septic Tank ~ Ditching  Excavating ��� Land Clearing  Road Building ��� Gravel & Fill  886-2830   . '. f   L&H SWANSON LTD.  READY-MIX CONCRETE  ;':    T '^!S%_nJii��&_ Grovel - Backhoe  Ditching - Excavations  PORPOISB BAY ROAD  885-9666, Box 172, Sechelt, B.C.  PHONE 885-9550  RON'S CONTRACTING  Clearing ��� Excavations - Road Building  Grading - Fill - Road Gravel - Crushed Rock  Phono Socholt 885-9550  R S. S BACKHOE  R.R.  1, Madeira Park, B.C.  W. Rousseau -, Phone 883-2302  "We please"  Land Clearing - Road Building  Tree Topping - Selective Logging  PETE DUBOIS  Telephone 883-2417  R.R. 1, Madoira Park, B.C  P. V. Services Ltd.  LOG HAULING CONTRACTOR  Direct al| enquiries to:  Dispatcher at 083-2722, eve*. 886.7275  Office Moure 8:30 o.m. to 4:30 p.m.  MORRIS'S CONCRETE  Placing ond Finishing  Floors -  Potios - Stairs  Wolks - Driveways  Free  Estimates Phono  885-9413  S.T.K. EXCAVATING LTD.  Gravel -Fill - Topsoll  Driveways - Basements ��� Light Clearing  FREE ESTIMATES  Phene 886-22J7 4eye er evee.i  Bex 12, Glfceone, B.C.  DISPOSAL SERVICES  SUNSHINE COAST DISPOSAL  SERVICES LTD.  PORT MELLON to OLE'S COVE  Tel.: 886-2938 or 885-9473  .  Call us foir^our disposal ne��ds.  When renovating or spring cleaning  containers available  DIVING  ��      i ��� ��� i �� !���  \  SCUBA WEST  R.R. 1, Halfmoon Bay, B.C.  Phone 885-2305  DRIVEWAYS  CEMENT DRIVEWAYS  Free Estimates  Bank Financing Available  !��ibsons Building Supplies  Phone 886-2642  ELECTRICIANS  BLAIR ELECTRICAL  Contracting and Engineering  Residential and Commercial Wiring  Free Estimates  Phone 886-7816  D.W. LAMONT  Electrical Contractor  R.R.  1, Madeira Park  Phone  883-2749  Pander Harbour  McCANN ELECTRIC  WIRING OF ALL TYPES  Residential - Industrial - Commercial  Ail work guaranteed - Free estimates  ���Joe MeCann, Bex 157, Madeira Park   Phewe 882-9912  JIM McKENZIB  ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR  Ph. 885-9978  .. ,-,. , ���,-,-,,..,.,_...��� ���  _ ._.,-. ,, -,. ., .,_���.������_���,_,_,....,._���..   ,,. ''\.   ... ;,,..,  Residential - Commercial - Industrial  I SIM ELECTRIC LTD.  Gov't Certified Electricians  Phone   Day   or   Evenings   885-2062  FUEL ,  MACHINE SHOPS  nUSfai *.  RNIE WIDMAN  for all your  ���SSO PRODUCTS  IMPERIAL  ESSO PEALER  Phone 883-2663  Madeira Pork, B.C.  HAIRDRESSERS  h  VILLAGE BUILDERS  Engineers, Contractors  Recreational Homes, Cottages  P. Bruce Beker, P. 8t.g. - Praddeat  Ste. 105,  195-21st St., West Vancouver, D.C.  Tel.i 922.9800  WEKO CONSTRUCTION LTD.  GENERAL CONTRACTOR  Build to suit:   Homes,  Commercial Buildings,  Vacation Homes. All kinds of Concrete Wprk.  Any kind of Remodelling.  , PMONR VIRN, 083-252- or 884-2244  383-  Centtructten by  IRYKIM  LTD.  - General Contractors -  euttom building - additions . _tt��ratl-B-  . eastern backhoe W-ifc  BOX 459, S-CHELT 885-2153  WHITEHALL CONTRACTING  OF B.C. LTD.  \ Sunshine Coost Division  "The One-Stop Wall and Celling Shop"  P. Krepps and H. Hall  RR.   I, West Sechelt  Tel.   Bus.   885.2724,   Res.   BSS-2S20,  Vane. 873-1881  SECHELT BEAUTY SALON  Dianne Allen, Proprietor  Expert  Hair Styling  Qywrie  Street " Phone  Secholt a    885-2818  ANN'S COIFFURES  Next to Neven's  T.V. & Radio  Gibsons 886-2322  HOTELS  Your Business Card  In this space will  reach nearly  12,000-people!  Low _����r ���p High powor  PENDER HARBOUR HOTEL  Madeira Park Phone 883-2377  Conventions, Dinners, Group Meetings  Weddings ond Private Parties  ���Full Metel . aci!IHoa���  SPECIALTY MACHINE WORI0  -��� Hugh Baird ���  General Machine Work & Welding  Mercedes-Benz Service  Diesel Work  24 HOUR SERVICE  Sechelt ��885-2523 days �� 885-2108 eves.  At the Sign of the Chevron     -  HILL'S MACHINE SHOP  & MARINE SERVICE LTD.  Machine Shop -Arc and Acetyline Welding  Steel Fabricating - Marine Ways  Automotive and Marine Repairs  Standard Marine Station  Phone 886*7721      Res. 886-9956, 886-9326  SECHELT MACHINE SHOP  (at Standard Motors)  Machinery & Equipment Repairs  First Class Workmanship  Bob Forrester  Phone 885-9464  MARINE SERVICES  CLAYTON WELDING & MARINE  Marine Ways to 42'  Bottom Repairs  883-253$  Box 7, Garden Boy, B.C.     ^l  PAZCO FIBERGLASSING  COMPLETE MARINE & INDUSTRIAL REPAIRS  ��� Canoes  ��� Runabouts --���-"  ��� Used Beet Sales  FREE ESTIMATES - PH 886-9604 or 886-9111  MOBILE HOME SERVICE  Sea Coast  MOBILE HOME SERVICE  (div.   of   Sea   Coast   Sheet  Metal   Ltd.)  @  Complete Maintenance  ��  Do-It-Yourself Trailer Skirting  _.    ______ 24-Hr.  Bex 920, Sechelt    5^^     Tel. 888-2712  MOVING &  STORAGE  LEN WRAY'S TRANSFER  Household Moving, Packing, Storage  Packing Materials for sale  MEMBER OF ALLIED VAN LINES  Canada's No. ) Movers  Ph. 886-2664, R.R. 1  Gibsons  NURSERY     ~ '  1 Oi 11  .111 j   1  1 Ii     ���    ...      1      I'..  Mack's Nursery - Roberts Creek  Landscaping - Shrubs - Fruit Trees - Fertilizer  Berry Plants - Bedding Plants - Peat Moss  Fully Licensed Pesticide Spraying for  Landscaping and Trees  Sunshine Coast  Hwy. - Ph. 886-2684  OPTOMETRIST  FRANK E. DECKER, OPTOMETRIST  Bal Block, Gibsons - Wednesdays  886-2248  Sechelt - Mondays - 885-9712  PAINTING  &  DECORATING  CALVIN'S PAINTING I.  DECORATING  P.O. Box 94, Secholt, B.C.  Phono 885-2107  SUNSHINE COAST PAINTERS  All types of Painting  Private li* Commercial  General Delivery  I Madeira Park, B.C.  1 883-2678  PLUMBING  &  HEATING  OIL-FIRED WARM AIR HEATING  PLUMBING, HEATING (Cont.)  G & E Plumbing & Heating Ltd.  - Plumbing: Repairs and Installations  - Blocked Drains - Hot Water Heating  CERTIFIED PLUMBER - Ed ChoHeboia  F_ee Estimates 886-7638  . Bex 165, Gibsons  SEASIDE PLUMBING LTD.  :'':." Gibson-  Plumbing - Pipefittihg - Steamfitting  Hot WateriHeating/- Pipe Lagging  FREE ESTIMATES        / All work guaranteed  Phone 8W-7017  ^Sea-Coast  SHEET METAL LTD.  Heating ��� Ventilation ��� Air Conditioning  Domestic, Commercial and Industrial  Free Estimates ��� 24 hour service  Box 920, Sechelt Tel. 885-2712  SECHELT HEATING and  INSTALLATION  '��� FREE ESTIMATES ���  Wayne Brackett * 885-2466  PENINSULA PLUMBING LTD.  Sales and Servic. ��� 886.9822 1  Everything for the Do-It-Yourselfer  Contract & Renovations  FREE ESTIMATES  Len Coates 886-7685  Roy Coatee 886-9532 ��r 886-7872  RETAIL STORES  (Con't)  Pender Harbour - 883-2513  HARBOUR SUPPLIES  Electrical - Plumbing -: Appliances  ���TVs - Furniture and Carpets  Box 158, Madeira Park, Hwy. 10If  at Fraiicis Peninsula    :  ROOFING  BILL BUCK ROOFING  & INSULATION  DUROID SHINGLES - TAR & GRAVEL  NEW ROOF or RE-ROOF  Box 281, Gibsons     ���           886-7320  SUNSHINE ROOFING  SHAKES - SHINGLES - DUROID  ��� Custom shakes split to order ��� roof repoin  ��� eaves and trough cleaning  Box 380, Sechelt - Phone 885-2553  ROOFING ���RE-ROOFING  * Repairs       .<*";.  * Reasonable  Phone 885-9091  SEWING MACHINES  (Use thoso spaces to  reach nearly  12,000 people (  ovary wepkl  REFRIGERATION SERVICE  . .l__.H-_���-l���ll-   III���    f     ���!-     II  ��� ' -I ���   |l ������ ��� I ���   ' l��^������������������-I ���   1.1 III __   I III �����  John, Harrison  REFRIGERATION   _ APPLIANCE SERVICE  ���Used appliances for sale���  Pratt Road, Gibsons  886-9959  ______________���_____________���__���____���____���___���  RENTALS  '  A. C. Rentals  Tools and Equipment  30" Diaphragm Pump Now Available  Sunshine Coast Highway and  Francis Peninsula Road  Madeira Park Phono 883-2585  Why Buy When You Can  RENT IT at  COAST RENTALS  Domestic & Industrial Equipment  from Rug Shampooers to Lighting  Plants.  R.R. 1, Davit. Bay, 883-2843  CONCRETE FORM RENTALS  FOR ALL TYPES OF BASEMENTS  EASY ERECTION AND STRIPPING  Complete Instructions Provided  FISHER FORM RENTALS  885-2612/885-2848/885-2359 eves.  .��W; -��� .���-.���.- _, ������     ,, ._-...-     ,  ,    ..... ���,        __,.  ,',    ���-.,,,i   ,��� ,.���  ,., ���     _  .^  SUNSHINE RENTALS LTD.  U-Drlva Can and Truck- - all kinds  USED AUTOMOBILES AND TRUCKS  BOUGHT AND SOLD  Phone 885-2520  Eves. 885-2151 or 005-2023  "RENT IT AT  SUNSHINE RENTALS LTD."  'v 1  N-rth Rend* Gibsons  "Wo R_nt or Sell Almost Everything"  Televisions  BERNINA  Sales and Service to all makes  RENTALS^  Fabric House, Gibsons - Ph. 886-75  SURVEYORS ;"  ROBERT W.ALLEN  B.C. LAND SURVEYOR  Sechelt Lumber Building  Wharf Street, Box 607  Sechelt,  B.C.  Office 885-2625      Home 885-95f  Roy & Wagenaar  B.C. LAND SURVEYORS  Marine Building - Porpoise Bay  P.O. Box 609, Sechelt, B.C.  885-2332 or collect 681-9142  TIRES  COASTAL TIRES  Sunshine Ceest Highway  Sex 12, Gibsons, B.C. - Phe��ie 88.-2700  SALES AND SERVICE  All Brands Available  Monday to Saturday 8:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.  Friday evening by appointment only  TOWING   Scows - Logs  SECHELT TOWING & SALVAGE   I  LTD. "'  Heavy Equipment Moving 81 Leg Tewleg  L. HIGGS  Phene 885-9428  ���*��/  TREE  topping/  -��,������ ry���-     - -   Typewriter^ - Lighting Plonts  Roto Tillers - Cement Mixers  Mechanic's Tools  Lawn Rakes  PHONE 88_-2848 ��� 24 HOUR SERVICE  /        OIL FIRED WATER HEATERS  Nothing Down - 10 Years To Pay  House Plumbing 1  Roy Blanche - 0032401  RETAIL STORES  CAS HARDWARE  Sechelt, .B.C.  APPLIAhitES - HARDWARE  HOME FURNISHINGS  PBionta OQS-9713  PEERLESS TREE SERVICES  ��� Complete Tree Service  ��� Prompt, guaranteed, Insured work  ��� Prices yeu can trust  Phone 885-2109  T.V. and RADIO  PARKERS HARDWARE LTD.  Sales ond Service  Authorised Dealer and Repair Depot /or  QUASAR (Motorola) fl. PHILCO /  Cowrie Str-M, S����h-lt ������ Phene 605-217  SUNSHINE COAST T.V. SALES  & SERVICE LTD.*  ADMIRAL ��� ELECTROHOME  and ZENITH DEALERS  Gorxldn Oliver ��� Derk Von Hees  'IN THE HEART OF DOWTpWN SECHEL^  Box 799, Sechelt ��� Phone 885-9816  CLOSED ON MONDAYS *  - 9tei* &&'$*&[���  Noto^y,  The Peninsula Times \      Page B-5  Wednetdoy, December 19, 1973 Y  .SsC__--'-M__0  MONDAY mixed 10 pins: Men's, high sin-  , i gle, Bob Janis, 201; high two, Bob  Janis, 34_. - .     ��� -  Friday Ball, and Chain. Carl Kohuch,  ,652.       - , ^ ^ Y ;_,:.,  Monday Buckgkin, men's high single,  Clifford Johnson, 298; three 044; ladies y|  high single, Marilyn August,. 230, three  578. - "  ��� - / .    -"-     -Z  Friday Ball and .Chain: Glenn .Clark  652; Carl Kohuch, 275, three 693; Turner  Berry 636; Glenn Phillips 294, 666.  Sunshine (oast  Credit Union  Secheif  365 DAY TERM DEPOSIT  Minimum Deposit $1,000  Early Withdrawal Permitted  8<7<  o  ONE YEAR TERM DEPOSIT  Minimum Deposit $500  Early Redemption Permitted  8%  THREE & FIVE YEAR  TERM DEPOSITS  Minimum Deposit.$500  Not Withdrawable ifill Erid  of Term  *_  ����i{_  ������est  * Gold and Sterling Silver Charm Bracelets and Charms  * Rolex and, Enicor Watches     ���   _  * Crystal and Silver Ware  t. Electric Wall Clocks - unique styles  * Costume Jewelry  .* Welch's- Chocolates  Wallets - Lighters - Cufflinks  Jjfecnelt jewellers  OPEN MONDAYS  TEL. 885-2421  48.  o  A'��l��l��:.!#!����l��W(.!.?��l*i��!��!��;#!.!.l.?.!.!*!.!.Wt?tltf#  6V4��7,  O  I.S.C. DEPOSIT ACCOUNT  Interest Paid on Minimum  Quarterly Balances af ..$500  or more.  Full Chequeing Privileges  EXTENDED-CARH patients from St.  Mary's Hospital enjoyed Christmas  Outing to Sechelt Legion Dec. 13,  courtesy of branch 140. Here, jpatiemts  and nurses sit down to dinner at festively-decorated tables.  ___n   n_  ������ ���. ������������;��� -�����������" ��� .���. ��� ��� ���.._ ���__������,���������__������.        *  Safe motoring  ___EJRE ajppears to be no discrimination  . of Canadian motorists    on the US.  West Coast, B.C. Automobile Association  president, F. B. Paxton said.  He was commenting on a Canadian  Automobile Association report that some  Canadian travellers in eastern U.S. were  being refused gasoline supplies.  An association check in Washington,  Oregon and California indicated:  Washington���Supplies of gasoline have  been reduced causing some stations to  adopt early closing hours or closing on  Sunday. At present supplies are available  within each district. \  Oregon���The situation here is a little  more critical with many stations closed.  In most cases fuel sales are being limited  to five to 10 gallons. Saturdays and Sundays are the worst periods for obtaining  gasoline supplies.        ~~  California���-lasoline supplies are  holding up at present. No one is being refused fuel no matter where he lives,  but many stations are restricting each  sale to five to 10 gallons at a time.      '' "���  Paxton said the BCAA advised motorists to plan their travel,within the U.S.  during the Monday to Friday period,  avoiding the weekend.  "Motorists should ensure they always  travel on the 'top half of their gas tanks  if they wish to ensure an uninterrupted  journey," he added.  Halfmoon Bay Happenings  BKNMIH.  w~" Ke^uction'of'tenper cent on all boxes  of Hallmark writing paper and notes as  well ad on all. Hallmark books until  Christmas. Miss Bee's, Sechelt  THE Welcome Beach Hall was filled to  capacity last Saturday when about 70  members and guests sat down to a  Christmas dinner of turkey and all the  trimmngs at long tables decorated with  red candles and sprigs of holly.  President Alex Ellis, in a speech of  welcome, introduced several new members including Eva Lyons, Alan and Joan  Mackerith, Lome and Diana Ferris. Among members' guests present were Jim  Anderson, 92 year old veteran of the  Boer War, Bob and Ruth Forester, Jack  and Gladys Grognet, Evelyn PaUant, the  Vince Shannon's grandchildren, Daniel  and Debbie Bennett and Carl Franzin of  Lund. John Ellis was also present, having  arrived from Tokyo just in time to celebrate with his parents their 33rd wedding anniversary. He was accompanied  by a friend, Miyoshi Yotaro of Tokyo.  Mr. Ellis drew the attention of the  membership to the vast improvements  which had been carried out at the hall  during the past year and which had  been made possible by a New Horizons  grant. He expressed the appreciation of  the association to the federal government  for the New Horizons project which had  recognized the needs of the pioneers  and senior citizens of this country. The  association had received the utmost cooperation and consideration from the New  Horizons offices both in Ottawa and Van-  ���couverYThe Unproved comfort of the hall  -with its new furnace, and the additional  facilities, such as carpet bowling were  .giving great pleasure to many senior citizens as well as some of the younger  people. "\  Bill Fraser paid tribute to the caterer of the dinner, Mary Kingston who,/  with the help of her efficient team, served such an excellent meal on time in  :spite of the power failure for 2% hours  during the afternoon when a tree felt a-  cross the line near the Jerry Williams  Tradition! The tree's trimmed, the stockings stuffed,  tho presents trapped. Now to relax. With Old Style  Beer, slow-brewed and naturally aged for great oldy  time flavour. Some traditions are too good to change.  Like Old Style Beer. CheersI  I  01(1 Sitiftt SLOW-DREWCD AND MATURAUU AGED,  ���by Mary Tinkley  property. He had been impressed with  the wonderful spirit shown by the members during the outage. His telephone,  he said, had never stopped ringing with  offers of help of all kinds���loan of lanterns, gas stoves and all kinds of facilities to ensure the dinner going ahead.  He was sure with such a community,  Halfmoon Bay was the best place in the  world to live. He expressed appreciation  to the ladies auxiliary for planning the  dinner and to Janet Allen who had, collected a surprising amount of talent for  the program.  Carol singing was accompanied by  Jean Laird, while Olive Clear recited  My Borrowing Neighbor and Blanche McCrady gave guitar solos of Beneath the  Pale Hawaiian Moon & a hula. Alex Ellis gave a reading of a seventeenth century philosophy, Desiderata and Ruth  Forrester sang some amusing songs accompanying herself on her guitar.  The decorations were carried Out by  Thea Leuchte and the members of the  ladies auxiliary. The Christmas lights'  which gave such a warm welcome to ��  the arriving guests, were loaned and  installed by Charlie Coatham and Bill  Fraser.  ���       ��       *  Mr. and Mrs. Jack Burrows recently  celebrated their 44th wedding anniversary with a family dinner party at the Patio Gardens. Russell Cunningham, arriving home from. Sechelt where he had  been playing in a music festival, had  the happy thought to sit down near their  table and play for them on his guitar, a  -.delightful rendering of Spanish Romance.  Children of the Halfmoon Bay School  presented their play Three Christmas  Trees before a vast audience of parents  and students at the District Schools Concert at Sechelt Elementary School last  Thursday. While, this was a first.experience in acting for several of the child-^.  ren and though it was a bigger audience  than any of them had ever faced before,  they gave an excellent performance, acquitting themselves with honor.  The children appearing in the play  were Denise Baker as Sun, Eddie Tom  as Rock and Elsie Harry, Margaret Connor and Sonja Jorgensen as Trees. The  parts of Stars were played by Dulcie Mathias Joe, Krista Baker and Tina Hansen, while.Aleda Pascall and Sean Ryser  were Snowflakes. Michelle Grognet made  a delightful Christmas fairy; Bobby Wilson was a most effective mayor, assisted  by David Wilson as councilman. Pat Har-  ryf Joanne Tom, Jimmy Peters, Helena  Edmonds and Jordan Wallace appeared  as children and Mark Zuidema did a fine  job of the part of Jimmy.  Adam James was Santa, whose sleigh  was guided by a most intriguing red-  nosed Rudolph played by Greg Francis.  Incidentally, someone took firenft the  community hall, a dark blue raincoat  which belongs to Blackie Petit. The other person's coat, similar to Bladdes, is  hanging in the hall and if the owner  wants it back, they can call Mary Tinkley  at 885-9479 who has a key to the hall.  <B��l��lgt_l��>_l_lt^^  PORT MELLON INDUSTRIES  CREDIT UNION  Holiday Business Hours:  Saturday, December 22���10:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.  Monday, December 24 ��� Closed as usual  Christmas Day, December 25 ��� Closed  Boxing Day, December 26 ��� Closed  Monday, December 31 ��� Closed as usual  New Year's Day, January 1, 1974 ��� Closed  The Officers and Staff of your  Credit Union wish all members and  their families .  A VERY HAPPY HOLIDAY AND  A PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR  SiiiiiiRXtiiXiMX&ii&JSiffl  Notice to Patrons  OF  SECHELT TAXI  Due to the lack of staff during the month of  December and oyer the festive season, we urge  you to place time calls whenever possible or  order your cab well In advance so as not to  cause lengthy delays In service.  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Milne  SESAME pTREET SERIES   ��    ���..,    ���  POSTERS  LAMPS  |  LUNAR GLOBES  ANCIENT MARINE.*  GLOBES  WALL HANQINC_S  PHOTO ALBUMS  JIGSAW  PUZZLES  4  Tiw.amrrt.'.yffiim-  c  COWRIE STREET  SECHELT  TELEPHONE B  __.   ______ __���__���  JkU__   __���__ '__���__.  W-2827  .  r  i  u  *  \ i \  RALPH JONES, seated,- second left,  Lions district governor, made his official visit to the Gibsons lions Club  last week. Accompanying Jones was  Bob Scales, seated, left, of Sechelt  and zone chairman of the area. Jones  installed five new members of. the  club. Officers of the club include  Larry Boyd, president, seated next to  Jones and Wally Langdale, secretary.  Officers standing from left are: Ken  DeVries, vice-president; Al White,  past president; Jay Visser, vice-president and Jack White, treasurer.  Langdale school  Children's imaginations  brought forth in writing  I__NGDALE���What children think about  can often be brought out in their 'writing.  Grade - and 7 children at Langdale  Elementary School's creative writing  class, have come up with some unusual  prose and poetry. Their teacher has submitted some of it to The Times for  publication.  Life  Two people loving-���that's how it starts,  Loving so much their ways of life.  Sometime later, life?is born,  A small little child, for a mother to scorn.  Not. even wanted; a small little tiling,  Brought to his world by a horrible tbinjg���  Something called love that's not right.  It's the wrong kind of love.  If that kid can't fight.  It might as well die, for love is life���  No matter how little.  So give some please,  Just give a little. Yy       ��  Teacher for Whol  I would hate to have,  I'd hate to see,  A tin-canned master  Called a machine.  To-say 2x4 and. close the door,  A computer to teach,       ,  Oh, what a borej.  Fred Verhuist, Grade 7,  Langdale Elementary, Div. 1.  The Water  The water just looks as clear as a ripple  _.   ..  ._ __0���     -__.v.-0.      _.v _;     ,_._*_*��_. ***^  Christmas so if the sister wants to enjoy  her turkey, I hope she finds her teeth.  MORE ABOUT . . .  ��� Sunshine Coastings  <���ftom pttgo A-l  teen-year-old boys being what they are,  the choppers got misplaced somehow (he  things they were lost in the vicinity of  Holy Family Church) but he was reluctant  to tell his sister ��� that he had lost her  teeth, so he just told her that they were  at the dental mechanics office and he  would let them^^now when they were  ready. Obviously the 14-year-old thought  time was on his side and he would be  able to recover the teeth.  Time went by; and, no word from the  mechanic so fou6v?in& a phone call, the  sister discovered the teeth had never been  delivered so she confronted th brothr  who confessed that he had lost them.  The sister who called The Times, oiffice  thought that. the teeth may have! been  turned in here because of tne proximity  of the 'drop zone!' But no, we couldn't  help. She thought thajt someone advertised in September about the lost teeth and  wanted to know if we could find the ad. a quick look, we admitted that we  couldn't find the ad. So, the sister pleads,  if anyone has the teeth, will they please  phone her and presuma'bly, if the teeth ine water j  fit, they'll be hers. Call the Times office, jn faQ g^  we'll pass the message along. It's nearing    The .rain beats down���  The wind makes it rough like the sea  In a bowl,  -���������.- Its shape, of course, no one knows,  WHY DON'T THEY? DEPT.���Frode -  Jorg-nsen. the barber of Sechelt, suggests  that power poles from Port Mellon to  Egmonl be numbered, "and then we'll  have addresses on the Sunshine Coast."  Frode reasons, that, a person giving directions pn how <to reach his home will be  able to say: "It's the first house past  pole 129 at Halfmoon Bay." The numbers  could be painted,.on in reflective paint  (with B.C. Hydro permission) so they  Would reflect at night. The idea has merit.  Wouldn't it be much easier to say "turn  right at pole 8 on Porpolso Bay Road"  Why don't they? put litter boxes beside the big multiple mailboxes on rural  routes so that patroris can throw out the  reams of junk mail that arrive withdut  having to pack it home. .   .  And I must apologize to Palsy Murphy  of Halfmoon Bay. Following her suggestion that classes be opened for adult education between 3:30 to 5:30, I made a  facetious remark ajjout housewives cooking dinner at that time. Patsy serious  when she suggests that opening classes  at that time would save women from  having to drive at night, it would save the  problem of babysitters and a number of  other reasons. .  Gibsons Laundromat does so give refunds, said Mrs. Robert Bonaon. told me  after last week's Why don't thoy? about  putting a box in the shop ao that persons  losing money in the machine- could claim  n refund. Mrs. Benson said there ia a box  on the wall, prominently displayed, and  that they always give refunds. Also, she  said, the placc.J^ open 16 hour/, a day, the  machines constantly need repairing and  fixing up because people are  hard on  them. Sho said that most machines are  recent additions and that only a couple of  the  old  small  pink   ones   ore   left  for  persons with small loads,  Mrs. Benson told me about an 1098  San Francisco Examiner that they bavin their possession. Sho wanted to know  if there Is any way to preserve old new��-  papcrfl so that thoy will not rip easily  now that thoy aro becoming so brlttu.  with ago. I said that I didn't know but  muj/bo somo readers  do.  Anyway,  Mr.    _...., ��,.����, ��.��* m._.   ��i����wji  Benson found a bunch of newspapers in    If you're out ih tho night  o prospector's cabin in Telegraph Creek    You might get a fright,  about 1WM. They were used to line the    "  walla. The pupcrs were perfectly preoor-  Except the rain which beats upon  the tears  Of an eye.  The Face in the Window  As I look out the window j  I see so many things. '  I see the birds' footprints on a snowy  bed of white,  Like a face in a mirror, I can See  myself,  It's always a beautiful sight,  A funny little man comes walking  down  the street���  I'm Jack Frost, with funny little feet.  Diane Campbell, Grade 6,  Langdale Elementary, Div. I  Flro  When fire approaches in the distance  The sky turns to a red, scarlet colour.  With the trees and grasslands  Crackling  and  frizzling,  Soon all forest  Will be a dark, quiet world.  Hugh Duffy, Grade 7,  Langdale Elementary, Dly. I  Tho Destroyer  Arnold Ant ia making a hall,  Barbie Beetle sleeps in her stall,  Sammy Snake slides through the brush,  Freddy FJrog jumps past the slush.  Than Man comes along and steps on it ��11.  Denlse Hart, Grade 7,  Langdale  Elementary, Div.  I  A Butterfly  A butterfly files so quiet  Around a garden full of flowers.  Back and forth ^across the lawn���  When he is around, we are so ,happy,  And when ho dies, we aro so sad.  Trevor Carnaby, Grade fl,  Langddlc Elementary, Div. I  Millions of Spiders  Millioha of spiders,  They sit on their gliders.  On their legs they have hair,  Better watch out or you'll get a ��carel  Thoy creep and tfliey crawl  They spit and they sprawl���  when his birthda^r came he would make  a wish when he blew out the candles.  Three days later when his birthday  came he had twelve candles on his cake.  xHe made his wish and blew out the  candle*. Nothing happened! Timothy, was  sad for the rest of the day. That night  something wonderful happened. Timothy  started growing beautiful purple wings.  The next day they were full-grown.  On Saturday morning Timothy flew  up to the heavens. On a beautiful pink  cloud he saw an angel drinking a cup of  tea; She was amazed to see a horse with  such beautiful purple wings. Timoishy  invited her to have a ride across the sky  on his back. After they had gone across  the sky, the angel invited Timothy to  tea. That day they had tea, cookies, and '  alfalfa blocks for lunch. Timothy visited"  the angel every day.  Glenda Powell, Grade 7, <  Langdale Elementary, Div. I  The Hand  There once was a hand  Of Captain Kid's treasure.  There once was a hand  That didn't give pleasure. \  If you got too close.  It would grab you and wouldn't  let you go��� ~  Until you said you were tttt foe.  Who's body it belongs to  Nobody knows���  Some people say that the hand  Was once buried deep,  Some people say '  It's always asleep, {-        ���  No one will ever know about ">���:.  This mysterious hand.  Neil Fraser, Grade 6,  Langdale, Div. I  Silence  I would be lonesome  And ��� not know what to do.  I would scream,  Holler,  Throw things at the wall  And run around, because  It is frightening.  Lee Harris, Grade 7,  Langdale, Div. I  Millions of Spiders  One day Freddy and I were walking  to our forj;. Freddy slipped down the  ravine, and 1 went down to get him. I  got him up on the ledge, we got to the  fort, and were there for about five hours.  We came back and the whole town wad  covered with millions of spiders. We saw  where they came from���it was the place  where Freddy had fallen down the ravine.  Freddy and I took to the wild, and  spiders lived in every house and building.  Everyone else was killed by the poison  bite of the spiders. We built up our fort  and lived there. We found two girls that  had escaped the bite from the spiders,  ond the population Increased every year  because of our exercises.  David Schwlndt, Grade C,  Langdale, Div, I  The Hand  There onoe was a forbidden lake,  Where no one would ever go.  It was always dark and stormy,     '  And the fog wa^ always low.  t    t  Poae B-6   ���. Peninsula Times   _,  Wednesday, December 19, 1*73       |  -M>y fc-Stor Gerry Foster,  o Gibsons Pentecostal Church  THE SEASQN of the year that more  planning 'and^ preparation goes into '  than any other time is upon us. Next  Y.Tuesday is Christmas Day, but already  people.are celebrating this festive season.  The celebrating will-take many forms.  Some will travel to relatives, Others will  spend a more quiet time in their own  homes. Some .will eat and drink to excess. '  Others will excel in buying of presents.  Some housewives will spend hours baking,  others will take time to decorate the home.  How are you celebrating it?  However, I think there is a more needful question. What are you celebrating?  Why all the fuss and bother each year  come the end of December? There is only  one, answer acceptable to these questions  and it is spelled out for us in the first  six letters of the word Christmas . . .  CHRIST. What has He got to do with  it? It might be good to refresh our memories in the midst of the frantic hustle  and bustle we are; experiencing these  days. ���*_  "Many years ago God made a personal  visit to this planet earth. He came on a  very important mission and He came in  -the person of Jesus Christ. The Bible  says, ���'Christ came into the world tp save  sinners." Herein lies the reason why  angels and stars sang that historic night  long ago. God had sent His only Son into  the world. It was cause for great rejoicing;  it was a reason to stage a celebration, for  this was the best news ever to be broadcast in our world.  And so we are reminded that Christmas is a celebration of the appearance in  our world of the Prince of Peace and the  Mighty God. By all means let us cele*  brate this event. But we cannot proclaim  and honor this time of th<b year by leaving Christ out of it. In fact, if we do we  are making a grave mistake, to the point  of insulting God Himself.  Perhaps it1 has been several years since  Christ was in your Christmas celebration.  But this year it can be different. You can  make this Christinas meaningful by realizing it is the birthday of the King of  Kings and Lord of Lords. Give Him the  Honor He deserves. You owe it to Him.  And my dear friend there is joy, peace,  happiness and fullness of life waiting for  you if you celebrate your Christmas with  Jesus Christ as the central figure.  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And wfhen the boya saw it,  They were running homo to cry.  Mike Klnne, Grade 0,  longdate, Div. I  -  CORNING WARE  128 os. DUTCH OVEN  LWITH COVER AND RACK SA.97  REGULAR 16.95, SALE  r  (9-  W   1 Tl 1iWW .WiWUl.  mn*iii-��i-��_niij-ii) ijitatwaiiityiiiiimawiiiiiifc^iiiiwi'iiiiiii iimiwm����i_..i__  L  25% OFF  ICE SKATES  MENfS��� LADIES' ��� CHILDREN'S  H*____-PMO>at��  ViOfF  CHRISTMAS TREES  ,   Tho Face In Alio WImlow  Tho fnce in the window I often see  And for some slrange rennon it looks  ,   at me.      (  But me... I hever fear,  Becail��e it's oupldo, and I'm in here.  Kelly Webber J Grade 0, Div. I  Pumh. Wings <  , One day Tlmotlxy Ibo horae wos Juot  otandlhg and thinking abottt nomothlilg  to do. All hnl llfo ho had wanted to have  beautiful purple ^ wings and fly tip to  tho heavena. In more dnya It would  be bin birthday. lie wm thinking tlwit  i_to��ia__��.ttffi����iiB.-_i��_ miiwmuHiisMn^'mimmimm  V_ PRICE  WINTER BOOTS  LADIES' AND CHILDREN'S .  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THE FOLLOWING, Christmas storjT tor
, children (of all ages) was written by
Hugh W. atherby, a resident of West Sechelt. Weatherby, has written several
books including the perennial favorite,
YTales the Totems Tell, ,which has been in
print for more than 30" years and. is still
being read by Suhshin^C oast school children, The. title of the^'fbllowihg story is,
Trip With Santa Christmas,     (
■ IT ALL happened as a result of Polly's
wish. She was always wishing something, never expecting her wishes to'be
granted; of course, and so when good St.
Nicholas made her Christmas wish, come
true it both frightened and surprised her,
Peter had warned her many times against
making hasty wishes, but then, Peter was
just her brother and girls never give much
thought to brotherly advice. But wait, we
should begin at the beginning.
Polly and Peter lived with their mother
and father on a,farm bordering a little
prairie town. They had to depend pretty
well on their own devices for fun and
never happened before and we have jnade
hundreds of wishes." , y     ,/-\"
The jovial bairit.laughed, "Well,;I was
passing your home on xtKe first part of my.
.Christinas work and I heard your wish.
And here you are. You see, by flying ^ast
we" will soon be in tomorrow, because we
are going towards the sun and so by the
time we have1 flown right around the
world, going east, we will have gained a
whole day of twenty-four hours. It is
getting dark now and we will soon be in
the middle of the night, Christrtias Eve."
SANTA'S JOKE    '        ' /
Soon the air became warmer and\Peter
felt that he must remove his coat, even at
the risk of catching cold*"My, but it's
getting hot," he panted. ,
s   "We' are over Turkey, that's, why," said
Santa. 4,Shall we go down an,d look?"
The. two. children did not notice the
, merry twinkle in his eye or. they might
have suspected something., When they
reached the ground they were surprised
indeed to find no extra lights burning,
amusement as there were no theatres or.   and no sign of Christmas anywhere,
other places of entertainment nearer than
the city fifty miles to the south. Fifty
miles then was considered to be a great
distance as there were no automobiles in
those days.
One of these games was called wishing.
You made a wish, closed your eyes and
thought as hard as you could about it.
Then, if you. thought hard enough, you
could see your wish coming to pass in your
mind's eye. As all this happened in their
imagination, they could wish for almost
Polly was always more daring than
peter, and though, as we told you before,
Peter warned her many times against
making hasty wishes, she liked the thrill
of wishing for adventures.
They were playing "Wishing" the day
before Christmas.
"Do you know what I wish?" asked
Polly, "I wish I could have a new doll for
Christmas." "   . „
"I don't think you should make selfish
wishes, Polly." said Peter cautiously.
Polly shrieked, "Scardy cat, scardy cat,
Peterjs afraid of an old wish."
'oNo, I'm not tolly. Only why always
wish for things for yourself."
Polly pouted for a minute, then her
face broke into a smile, "all rights Peter, I
' know what we can vwislv and it's very
nice too. I have always wanted to go some
place away from home for Christmas, so I
wish I could see people celebrating Christmas all over the world, in order that I
may choose the place I would like to
spend Christmas.*'
_That>sounds. Hke a
  very nice, „
enxm t t_Hint%i5uiar» &*/£-__§
here at Chrisinuls time,'' said P_t&\ <1_uf
I would like to see other people's Christmas. • <       :. >   .' ■■    ■, .
, They closed their eyes and thought
ever so hard. For a long time nothing happened, then a strange feeling came over
them, a feeling of flying, of sailing through
the air, •".,
Polly opened" her eyes. "Peter," she
screamed, "Look! We are floating away."
Peter's eyes popped open. Sure enough
they, were sailing high above the earth on
what seemed to he a cloud. They could
see the familiar buildings of their home
vanishing in the distance, and new snow-
covered houses and barns took their place.
"How do you like your magic cloud?"
asked a voice behind them. Peter and
Polly both jumped -and peered fearfully
over their shoulders. Seated on the other
edge of the cloud was a figure they recognized almost at once as St. Nicholas.
"Oh," sighed Polly in relief, "I'm db
glad it is you and not some stranger."
"I think I am going to like flying on a
cloud very much, as soon as I get used to
it," Peter said. "But tell me, Santa, how
did you happen to pick us up? This has
"Well, they do not seem to be preparing for Christmas here," said Peter, glancing at the nearly dark streets and shop
windows. '
"No," laughed St. Nicholas, "this is a
Mohammedan country, and while they believe in God they do not believe in Christ,
and as Christmas is Christ's birthday they
do not celebrate it. Their Christ is called
"My, what funny people," murmured
"That is, just what they think about
you," chuckled the saint. "Now I think
we will visit Australia. We will speed the
old cloud up and make the trip by the
time it is noon there."
: ^ St. Nick was as good as his word and
in a surprisingly short time they were
over the city of Sydney. The sun was high
in the sky and people were moving about
preparing their Christmas dinner.
St. Nicholas guided the cloud toward a
beach and kept it hovering there while
Peter and Polly looked down.
"Why, look," exclaimed Polly, "people
are eating in their bathing suits."
"And there's no snow," added Peter.
"That is one of the strange things
about Christmas," explained St. Nick, "it.
is celebrated in every part of the world,
, in every sort of climate, by people of almost every color, without losing any of
its meaning. Whether amid snow and ice
in your country, or on the beach in Aust- -
ralia, it is still the biggest holiday of the
"I .hink we should be getting home"
said Polly in a doubtful tone, "mother
may be worried." f":
^   yYJnai^
|^r *rfe£iH*_^^ •■'
y >* _ guess home is the best place to be,
after all,'; said Polly happily, as she opened the box containing the doll she had
wished for. "We saw a lot of places, but
this seems the nicest. It seems more like
Christmas here."-h,
, Peter nodded: "I imagine that, part of
the joy of Christmas is having a home to
enjoy it in."
Bloke C. Aideraon D.C.
Poat Offlc* Building Sochelt
, Phono 88S-2333
Wednesdays and Saturdays
10 a.m. • 3:15 p.m.      10 a.m. - 2:30 p.m.
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The cloud carried them over many cities
Halfmoon Bay raffle
winners announced
HALFMOON BAY—Halfmoon Bay Aux-'
iliary drew the prize winners for their.
Christmas raffle at the Christmas dinner:
of the Welcome Beach Community Association last Saturday, with the follpw-
ing results:
Winner of the first prize (Christmas
cheer) was E. Worthington, 885-9350; the
second prize, a hamper of groceries, was
won by Clarence Speck of Halfmoon Bay
and the third prize, a jade brooch, by
Anton Kadin of Eureka. Louise Rutherford won the mini prize which entities
her to the choice of one of the handicrafts made by the members of the auxiliary.
The members thank all those who so
generously supported their raffle.
• Eureka Vacuums from 59.95 to 99.95
® 8 Track & Cassette Car Stereos
from 59.95 to 149.95
v p
• Speaker Kits from 8.50 to 29.95
• Pole Lamps front 22.95 to 84.95
• Fireplace Accessories
from Dan and Bill
SECHELT  O  885-9713
■ V-'
$400 in fines netted
by Sechelt motorist
SECHBLT—John F. Goodwin of Sechelt ,
was fined a total of $400 at provincial
court Dec. 12 after he admitted driving
with a blood-alcohol level above ,08 and
possession of marijuana..
• Judge Charles Mittlesteadt imposed a
fine of $300 on the drinking-drivlng count
anl disqualified Goodwin from driving
for one month.
On the narcotics possession charge,
accused netted a $100 fine.
Arthur Shaw of Sechelt was charged
with assaulting Len Van Egmond.
Judge Mittlesteadt remanded the case.
Clyde Jeffries was remanded on
charges of breaking and entering and
theft under $200.
He is also charged with stealing $45
from the Sechelt apartment of Alan
Accused will appear Dec. 10,to answer
all charges.
Breaking and entering charges against
Alfred Jeffries were remanded to Dec. 10,
"    (ITesis wrier, or. 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 65%
more homes than any
other newspaper produced
in this area.
885-9654 or 885-2635 (S-.__l»)
886.1121 (Olbi-nt)
elen 3  pre-christmas sale
comes af the time when yow will
enjoy if most
. . .
^^ UJre$6e&      y^ Lloafo
^ff^ Sweaters
Helen's Fashion Shop
GIBSONS @ 886-9941
ibsons Lions 400
Sincere  UUi&neA for a  VVlerru L^krhtmaA
and a ^Nra&pu  flew Vjear
'10,800 IN PRIZES
3 $1000 Draws
Elaine, Earl, Annabo lie and
Eric AntlUc
Mrs. E. Garvey
Joan and Duncan
Catrioron & family     /
Garry and Batty Pockront
& family
Doreen and Ray Laa
Mm. Carol® R/isiynard
Bill and Edith Mcftfaughton
Willie ond Linda Mattls
and family
Mrs. Ora Sinclair
Gordon and Ida LIddl©
Gene and Jessie Splcher
Mamie and Lloyd Davis
Jim and VI Tynor
John Daly
Bobby and Bay Moir and
family '
Elite and David Scoular
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and Troy
Joan and Marshall Boa
and family
Don and Corry Fonson
and family
Bon ond Peggy jpockrant
James and Yvonne
Jock and Evans Harmon
and family
Jack and Joan Patterson
Coast Backhoe and
Marboiir Marina and
All Of the above, instead ot sending Indlvldlal greetings,
have made _t donation to the planned Pender Harb\our
.   '   .    ,     .  Medical Clinic.
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48-$100 Weekly Draws--
1-$3000 Draw
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Winning tickets are returned to the barrel - ONLY 400 TICKETS SOLD
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;{ -K.  /�� -    >  ->".*, ;  v     .    >   ' ^At iy ��� -  ($&*���  ,.  ,. .li,--,-  =j-T  ^'.A_ir<wr   l~   T_ja Peninsulo Timet , Wednwlay, December 19, 1973       [ "laSa . ,    ')'XA /y./^r t-'- 1'y ,    5'..  . a  iill__ife��W*tii'i__Pi. ^'iwwtaw.>-V.-1  o,: Yf  -.;...  "���.. ;S i. Y*s<y  ' ."# <&. #Y '  '���-���' ,<;..     *i     .  . _  r_^T9$_WT  __��/&__.__��� _ .._ J < > ,  .-__?  iaCKING OFF the annual school district concert at Sechelt Elementary School  last Thursday was this small group from Halfmoon Bay School with a presentation entitled Three Christmas Trees. Most groups will hold concerts at their  home schools this week.  . Tis the season  to be jolly! Here's  hoping your holidays are  filled with only the very best!  Sechelt Shell Service  Everybody's preparing for the big Day.  Hope it's merry in every way. Our thanks.  John Petula and Family  Peninsula Dining Lounge  v Sechelt  .  J'*I_l*.|/C-|  _  ���> 1  mhw:,;%  ...We're ntlrrlng to wish  our many friends a verfg  IMferrtf ���hrinimt��s!  CHARLES ENGLISH  _>_?!__ W i Til  ' '    '     . ""A"'.'.  '. .' '.'..'.. \. . AAA  ' .'   ""'   .  .  ���  Christmas  Fill this season with laughter, good  will and song. Warm thanksjfrom us, to all  >      ��-  101 CONTRACTING  CO. LTD.  �����  Let peace ring out for all this  holiday season and bring the  true joy of Christmas to you and{  your loved ones.  prom, the /Staff at.  's hai^dwaIre  SfeCMfLT >   ..  _-_  1  .'  > .*  Here's hoping Son-  v   \ ' *" > -,'r> '   A  to bring* yovall the  *���     1*1' ���<  things you wish for  ...inclydiing health  'and hOppiness.  G&E  PLUMBING &  HEATIWG  GIBSONS  MXaA&0vAA  I he merriest of seasons,  is here again, and  we've commissioned Santa  Claus to bring our  warmest greetings to you.  Thanks for your  continued patronage.  George Flay  SECHELT BARBER  SHOP  From all of us  to all of you, our  best and merriest  wishes. Here's  hoping the holiday  season holds mony  delights for you and  yours. Sincere thanks  for the opportunities  you've given us to be of  service. Have a  wonderful holidy.  COAST CABLE VISION  - /  /  A\ ��' .  > . .  I I  J  ' \  I .J '���  $'  . . ."happiness is a brother and sister sitting together on Santa's knee.  Wednesday, December 19, 1973, The Peninsula Times Po& C-3  Times may have  changed but one  thing is still the  same ��� sending  holiday greetings to  friends   old   and  new. It's a pleasure to  wish you happy holidays.  MARILYN AND LARRY CLAYTON  L. CLAYTON MARINA LTD.  MADEIRA PARK  Wc total) to extend our Ijolfonp greeting:*,  to you Mib pour family a# you ptlier in celebration.  t_l),iiilt pon for. oiiv loi'iil support.  THE PENINSULA TIMES  L - '      - ADVIRTISINO ��� JtCHILT OWC*. h  \  \ - EDITORIAL  Pick trf_����.  and  Al  ����()�������  "MUl.f" Wh��l.f  '���art Kinfan  ... Santa gets it in both ears.  IVs always a pleasure to greet our  friends, especially at this holiday  seasonVMefry Christmas?*'-������  PENINSULA HOTEL  f:  It'e the season to be grateful  for blessing- ... and we appreciate your  continued patronage and goodwill.  The staff of  MADEIRA MARINA  Pender Harbour  We hope Santa's right on schedule, jh'ringing  yon lots of good things this Yulef  ALL THE BEST  "FABRIC HOUSE"  Gibsons  MERRY CHRISTMAS to  Little parts add up to smooth  driving. Little wishes  add up to big holiday  greetings. Hearty  thanks to ally  -X-  Lionel, Dave and Stan  SUNSHINE AUTO PARTS LTD.  Sechelt  . t  ' '���^v _?___. ?_______* ���  _      "���  i*fc_*^  V*,����8  Good  Wishes  at (_-_2Fistri2e.s  To all the friends we have had the pleasure of serving.  ��� wishes for a warm, old-fashioded, family-filled holiday.  FROM THE STAFF OF  SECHELT BEAUTY SALON  We We here to check on your account. May it he filled  with happiness, balanced with joy and written with love.  Amotlg your gifts, please count our renewed pledge to serve  you faithfully in time to come, and our heartiest Christmas  wishes be yours this season. \  ���       ���" .   '   '' '       '' '   '  I FROM MANAGEMENT AND STAFF \  BANK OF MONTREAL. GIBSONS  ,_���. ���  \>-.'  . ��� .,  ��� -��/���  At .AAA  \A  t  ...  , yy _ y     . '   \ A*     ���      .! *  ' .  Pag_ C-4  The Peninsula Times    Wednesday, December 19, 1973  _ s.  ._1  ���l     \ *    A *>  < *A    '.  Y  .    o  ���n  with  friendly  thoughts and wishes too,  that Christmas brings the  best to you.  fj-om Dorothy & Bill  MURRAY'S GARDEN  & PET SUPPLIES  Gibsons  Serene good wishes  and sincere thanks.  Management' and Staff  PATIO  GARDENS  Halfmoon Bay  Frode Jorgenson  BARBER & MEN'S  HAIRSTYLIST  We hope you have  a happy holiday I  SMITTY'S  iRINA    ,  GIBSONS  Langdale Elementary choral speaking group directed-by Jody Pilling.  May the spirit of  Christmas abide with  you now arid through  the Sew Year.  Dick and Etna  WALT NYGREN  SALES 1971 LTD.  Gibsons you and yours this  happy holiday season.  Thank you for your  patronage.  ANN'S  COIFFURES  GIBSONS  Here's a wish to fit all siies-  ���t.��� , ���  may your Christmas be joyous in everj. way and  may that jolly old gent be extra good to you!  GLADYS ANDfLOYD"   _���'    "..>������.  MARINE MEN'S WEAR  GIBSONS  'tfmazo  G___kR_W______i_M_M__. H ______SB___  REETINGS  Tranquility. Serenity. Peace. May tjhese  treasures blanket this joyous sed'son.  KLAHQWA TILLICUM  .  MERRY CHRISTMAS FROM THE  SECHELT INDIAN!BAND COUNCIL AND STAFF  _���  Fl  MERRy  It's Christmas! To  you, our greetings  and gratitude  for your favors.  Brian ft Jake  BRIAN'S AUTOBODY  & PAINTING LTD. all our  _  patrons, whom we have had the pleasure  of serving throughout the year: May this joyous holiday  season find you all in the best of spirits and all your wishes come true. Thank you for your continuing patronage.  KEN'S LUCKY DOLLAR  GIBSONS  merry,  merry,  Jolly good greetings to all the  wonderful folks in our community. We hope  the spirit of this holiday season will abound  and the good fellowship we have enjoyed  with our customers continue.  Mm.  from the management and /Staff of the  Barik of Montrea  GIBSONS - SECHELT - MADEIRA PARK  ' .  f,     i  . ' J  '/'  With old-fashioned warmth ond lots of good cheer,  we wish you a Merry Christmas and Happy New Year  .   .   .   .   and   thank   you   for. your   continued   friendship  and patronage?  George Floros and Family  Uulaae r\e&taurant  9'  CLOSED DECEMBER 22nd  UNTIL AFTER  NEW YEAR'S  SECHELT  ���*��  ...and best wishes for- a  New Year of happiness  in a world of peace.  Sid and Marg ,  SEAVIEW  MARKET  Closed Dec. 25 & 26  and January 1  Spirits/Christmas  ./  J  Wednesday, December 19, .973' The Peninsula Timet Page C-S  -.��.,  11  \i  we wish you and your family all  the bleasinga of the season... love, hope, peace, joy, good will  and good cheer! We take this opportunity to  thank our many good friends for all your kindness and loyalty.  frbttj the management and staff of  v    ; -  TH E ROYAL BAN K O? CAN ADA  ���   I ..   ��� ���    ���    ���/   ' ' ���'��������� ,.        ���**'  AiA     '    ,  /     SECHELT audi MADEIRA PARH    v    ,  Sechelt Elementary School choir led by Robin Eriwata  May the blessings  of the Christmas  season be yours.  Greetings from  GIBSONS SHELL SERVICE  CHRISTMAS CHEER"*  We're sending old-fashioned greetings to all our  good friends... may you have the merriest holidaysl  HILL'S MACHINE SHOP  fatfrxgV   ',  GIBSONS  eAl��/\.  "���VE.T\^. ���  We wish to thank you for yoar pa-  .   tronage during the past year and to  express our warmest wishes for. a  very Merry Christmas and New Year.  Ken deVries Floorcoverings  GIBSONS  SEASON'S   GREETINGS TO ONE AND  ALL AT THIS JOYOUS  TIME;. HERE'S HOPING J  SANTA IS GENEROUS WITH  YOU AND YOURS. WE WISH YOU THE VERY BEST!  COHO MARINA  Madeira Park  _.  x^,;wy  xMhXiA  3    *'  Cfjrfetma*  Greeting*  To you and your family, our sincere  wishes for a home blessed by all the joys  of the holiday season. Happy Yule!  v  K. Butler Realty Ltd.  AND STAFF, GIBSONS  Have a Sag  ��hcepful  ��� J'*$����Ah^XT^ $ .��,$. %-  Sailing in with a Yuletide greeting for all  our good friends���may the season bring  you the best of everything.  '   ' J ���     ���  Jock ond Jeannie Mercer and family  Buccaneer Marina & Resort Ltd.  Wo wish you happy holidays,  and tako this opportunity to thank  1   you for tho continued loyalty  and confidence you have shown us.  THE MANAGEMENT AND STAFF Of  HOLIDAY MARKET LTD.  MADEIRA PARK  4 ,  '.)  A)  A  v���  ���\ ���������_". Y  \. -  .  4i '>  Pa9eC-6  !  The PeninjMilo Time*    Wednesday, December 19, 1973  ���^ *'?"��&*&  May this holiday season Jbring  to you and yours the old fashioned, spirit of Christmas. A  warm hearth, warm friends and a  season bright with warm holiday  cheer. We would like to join in  by wishing you the warmest of  holiday greetings!  J. HARVEY CO.  .   GIBSONS, B.C.  -,*n_.  Everyone! Join in tWe spirit of  a very Happy Holiday with friends, family.  For the pleasure of serving  , you, our heartfelt gratitude.  JOLLY ROGER INN  SECRET COVE  j .  el|ri$tii|a�� gree{iiigs  A dashing good time to folks everywhere.  STANDARD MOTORS  OF SECHELT  lU___j -    -"ill'-     '���"'���||H'i' 'fifijp���->  ~^ May the Christmas Season be a  memorable and joyous time filled with  blessings and love for all.  FROM  GIBSONS HARDWARE  Doris, Mick, Rocky, Viv ond John  May alt our good friends share  iri the quiet wonder of Christmas. We  are grateful for your patronage.  SECHELT TAXI  885-2251  /  r  ��� V>  . CHRISTMAS  May the peace and serenity      j$r,*W^m'''l K^'WlWI^Y__l^<fi^,  of thk holiday season fillyou   %0kW^Mj 1 fill V9  ^ \ tyith hearthaide uformth. Fot your kind patronage, ourpianks.  i  wm airwais itiii  Christmas Cards wo  ating to local charities.  V    '  ../, :y  *  Yi  .       ^  Roberts Creek singers accompanied and led by Will Buhner.  Season's best to you, this Christmas Day.  We appreciate the patronage shown to us.  L & H SWANSON LTD.  Sechelt  GOOIiyiSHES  Holiday greetinis are heading your .  way from Santa... and us. Thanks to all.  Pender Harbour Hotel  ,   ,- ri z.v  A hearty greeting  to all our friends. It's  a pleasure to wish  you the merriest of  holidays at this time,  thanks for your loyal patronage.  EDNA and LLOYD  HANSON  Homo Oil Distributor*,  Secholt  #  $7M  It's our favorite time of year and one of the  mo>t enjoyable customs of the season is greeting  our many good friends and patrons and wishing them the  best that life has to offer. Merry Christmas to you all!  CEDARS INN, GIBSONS  We will be closed for Holidays  from January 11 to 31st inclusive  __.  A  JOYOUS  __  Here's wishing our  friends the very best  at Christmastime and  in the days to come.  Warm greetings from  U...  g-V-nrt Mci-ly-ii.  Banltv' itidL  \ GIBSONS  \ \  X  Our wish is simple and sincere. May thet holiday  bring gladness to you all. Thanks to everyone.  ^ORGAN'S  <m /'  X   A'  *-..'%���  \-  . ''  V  /  \  /      :    *  '*/'     '  ...  II     i  ��.  _��� ���  ��  .   -   _  Primary choristers from Roberts Creek Elementary under the direction of  Diane Lim.    v  ��0ty0fti  Sending you yards V yards of  good wishes that your holidays  will be .filled with happiness!  From the 'SEW EASY'.  Cowrie Street, Sechelt ���  ->.��> .wf*---.  4-  *  The halls are decked with  holly and thelree is trimmed.,,  time to say we hope your holidays are  merry and filled with many good things!  FROM THE STAFF AT  Twin Creeks Building Supplies  GIBSONS  May the joys df hohie and hearthside fill your  holidays ... and your hearts ... with gladness. To know  you ahd serve you is our sincere pleasure. y  Thanks, friends,;for your generous, loyal support.  ',. ��� ��� ��� ' "        hi      .1  -.   :..\;/:--V:''V;^V, '.������'���   ���"���.���  sxa': -'v^-y .    .'   ' %  SECHELT BUILDING SUPPLIES (1971) LTD  niijy.ui���tmm__  h  r; v  #�����  XA  - ��� .  Wednesday, December 19, 1973    The Peninsula Times Pago C-7  ��� ��� l l    ,.| l  I.    ��� f   I .M.i    III.I        l I .      I     I      .       Ill    i u'    i   ��i .      . II .1  May your hearts be light ���..-.  your holiday bright with happiness.  Thank you for your patronage.  CANADIAN PROPANE  Porpoise Bay Rood, Sechelt ��� Telephone 805-2360  May you, and yout family enjoy  yout ia  a happy holiday. We warmly.  Art Alexander Realty Lid.  MADEIRA PARK  *}ti.     -*e*-��i^N.-   ...and peace on earth,  good will toward men! Let  us rejoice at Christmastime.  HELEN'S FASHION SHOPPE  (  May you be greatly blessed by the,  joyous spirit of the Christmas celebration.  Sincere thanks to all.  SIMPSONS-SEARS and  MAY'S SEWING CENTRE  SECHELT  MERRY  CHRISTMAS  ^  <s  Flickering candlelight... a  scent of Christmas greens... the nearness  of dear ones make the holidays bright We hope  to continue serving you in the future.  .  YOU.  IMPERIAL ESSO AGENT  ERNIE WIDMAN  Madeira Pork  Rejoice and be happy! To  ^*     know you'and to serve you w ��&,  our sincere pleasure. Our  grateful thanks to you all...   .  w  from John, Winn and Paul  COZY COURT MOTEL  Sechelt  Here's hoping your Christmas "sparkles"  with loftof good things...licaltli, liap-  pinespfnri plenty of gilts from Santa!  It's beeni pleasure serving you in the  piist and we're looking forward to  serving you again in the future. Sincere ���  holiday greetings from the entire staff at  ' ' t ' A  w, ',���*..     ���  Y)    , ���   .     ���   ���. . A    ;...,.</,.  (OASTAL TIRES  . . i'  ^   ,    I  GIBSONS, OX.  mmm^mmi*m\miH��*mf��Miimfmmik  Just putting together the best of wishes for  all our good friends. May this Yule season be  a happy one for you and your loved ones,  pnks for your patronage:  /  Prom oil of ua at  GIBSONS BUILDING  SUPPLIES 1971 LTD.  ��^___���..Iiii.mii-.M   '    '  i.y.i  y ���rs.x>x>'?'-!i ) ���' I      .    ���   '  K  X  .   '  i   i  (S.  PP. H0LDJB2.  It's the season for saying hello to friends  & wishing them the very best!  RAY, RICK, LEN AND GLAD FROM  Peninsula Plumbing Lid.  Christmas  is for good will,  peace ... a time to express our gratitude.  BOOKS & STATIONERY  .   Sechelt  _��-"    J  _3_n__ #a- ' .      -v ww*y .tr        .  We extend old-fashioned  good wishes and earnest thanks  to you, our valued customers.  Pender Harbour Centre  t* ROYAL BANK  ��� ��� W LC.B. STAFF  * WESTERSUND CHEMISTS  * MISS SUNNY'S HAIR BOUTIQUE  ft CENTRE HARDWARE 8. GIFTS  ���h I.G.A.' ,,���  \  P090 C-8  The Peninsula Times    Wednesday, December 19, 1973  /    ^  Gibsons Elemefttary School choir under the direction of SharrFuoco.  -A VEST >EI5RY  OflUSTMAS  Here are holiday wishes that we hope  will be right down your alley: ijnay this  season be filled with love and laughter.  Greetings to all!  *<  GIBSONS LANES  Your Family 5-Pii. Bowling Center.  Closed Christmas Day, Open Boxing Day.  j1'  eace  i��>n earth  We extend pur warmest  ,��\*<i. "... ,,,   wishes for the Christmas Season  and the coming year. May He fill your  heart with joy.  Kruse Drug flores Ltd.  Gibsons, Sechelt & Sunnycrest Plaxo  ���$-1  Christmas Joy  Our sincerost wish this holiday season  > ia that all our friends may know the joy off  ���   Christmas. Thank you for your patronage  throughout the year.  Bob ond Wive Wells ond Family  QUALITY FARM SUPPLY  GIBSONS  Here's' an old-fashioned wish  .hat's still right In Mtyle...may  your holidays be the merriest!  THANKS FOR YOUR PATRONAGE  Mar], Diana, Effle and Dave at  Simpsons-Sears, Gibsons  Hope the holiday season lifts  your spirit with happiness, laughter.  Thanks to all the folks  we have had the pleasure of serving.  -Twin ft Marianne Kieselbach and Family  Halfmoon Bay Shell Service  Excitement mounts as this holiday draws  near. And our appreciation mounts for the  loyalty of wonderful patrons, friends.  Roland and Gloria Frits  SHIPS CHANDLERY  Francis Peninsula  (f  "-"���,.-  MEIU1Y  iiifra 1 si/i  From our family to  yours...wisiiesfor  a joyous holiday. Hope  it's filled with  friendly good cheer. -  We appreciate  'patronage shown us.  Hilda Bowes, Paula Gibbons, dive McKay, Aunty Mick & Uncle Mick  f"  ..  %  ���:1  Hi! M^rry Christmas  Have the cheeriest holiday ever.  Bos*/Wishes ond thanks to all of our  Vomers. Wo value your patronage.  custc  LI lent all A ftulldlng Sttpptf  / MADEIRA PARK  _.iiim,-_.i.[i��iit.i. iM.i_i-._M��Mw.)*^wi'-iiii.'~.<_--i��^w��_<'^i-'_i''��*.i-i-Mniiiii.<"j* ,_.rt**w*M-__^_.ii_^_..<i'<iiitiiri.iWi  *m^��W*��^M*M����_.  A  I  7'y\  i.  Our good wishes kee��> growing  atttl growittg. O tfr warm gratitude  letting'��a aervo all of you.  i   , '    1'  To our pott and fulura cuttpmoM  Mack's Nursery -landscaping  R.R, 2, Gibson*  fX-\  A i  P.m����IIHHilH��..l|ll|    .   1  �������'������-��������������  71 ���/ fX^WW^^^'^A^M^^^^XM^^^WS;:  ��� ' -���'���." .;*���-...   -  A< ���&���������  'aaaaa  ���AAAA:  y_iY;:_IS|^  X:X  .. >���>���:-���-.,\:.  ���'A:\AX~'I !������  0:'V, ;,������:'������������ ''..���'���  . ���YY^  YYHYv  :&rimm$xM;M  ���*���.-:;:��� ..-������y  .'���'.���ii-'';"  !f  students are announced  ' y, '  .   . < . '     > ' nX.  HONOR roll( and honorable mention stud* .  ents from grades 8io 12. Wfere annt>ttn* ,;  1-ed by, D. L.-JMtonfgomery^,principal,.!,  Elphinstone SecondaryJSchtfol. ' > ' y  v.,..Grade 12-_-Honor'BoU--Heh_zcBreu 3i|>  Deborah McNevin 3; Randy KampmanX  2.75y Eleanor Lonneberg 2.5', Ken'Mac-,',  Donald 2.5;s Loretta Peters 2.5; Denise\\  Dombroski 2.3; Diane Smfell 2.3; Bettjr ;,I  rf-Tapkam 2.3.   . ���        '    - <      : _.  '"*     Honorable Mention���I4ta Allnutt, Ruth .  Blomgren,, Lynn Bredy, Angelica Brehm', ;  Nina   Christmas,   Leslie, Dixon,   Tracy ;,  Horseman, Karen Spencer. )  Grade II���Honor-RoU���Viqkye Fearn-��  ley 3; Richard Clayton 2.75; Dean God-.  dard 2.5; Kathleen Marcroft 2.5; Margo1'  Metcalfe 2.5; Diana Peters 2.5; Deborah.;  Hill 2.3; Laurie Kohuck 2.3; Helen Parker '  2,3; Glenn Beandry 2.1; Kim Gregory 2.1;';'  Cynthia Kurucz 2.1.  Honorable Mention���Andrea ^ Bobardt,  Patricia Erickson, Emily Fraser, Daniel ;  Goulding, Katherine Grafe, Bradley Mat- -  thews, Norma Miles, Vivica Watson, Pat- ^  ricia Wing.  Grade 10���-Honor Roll���John Gross 3;  Randy Watson 3; Susan Dixon 2.75; Julie-  Gallup 2.75; Cathy Hamilton 2.75; Lawrence Jones 2.75; Georgina McConnell 2.75;,;  Carl Montgomery  2.75; Lisa  Kampman '  2.5; Tina  Lonneberg 2.5;  Brenda  Mac- >  Kenzie 2.5; Maria Rinaldis 2.5; Alan Stewart 2.5; Ken Bennett 2.3; Susan Lawson  2.3; Robert Gore 2.2; Steve Miles 2.1.  Honorable  Mention���Johnnie   Branca,  Neil Clayton, Melody Farewell, Evelyn  Hughes, Qheryl McNevin, Trevor Quarry,.  Darcy SWiphanson, Trevor Swan, Wayne  Wolverton, Cynthia Grafe,'  Grade 9��� Honor Roll���Janice DumoQt  3; RodsCamposano 2.75; Barbara Jackson  2.75; Linda ,Laing 2.75; Barbara Wilson  2.75; Carol Bredefeld 2.5; Kelly, Cryder-  mao 2.5; Linda Dandy 2.5; Raymond Dube  2.5; Joanne Laird 2.5; Katherine Oike 2,5;  Diane Pelletier 2.5; James Shewchuk 2.5;  Craig HostlandN -2.3; Geraldine. "Jylea 2.3;  Michael Kampman -2.3; Patricia Lee 2.3;  Barbara Meredith 2.3; Sharry'Hancock  2.2; Marilyn Munroe 2.2; Lori MacLellan  2;2; Bradley Quarry 2.2; Scott Verrecchia  ��2; Robert* Bulger 2.1; Karla Nygren 2.1;  Valma Scrugham 2.1.  .Honorable Mention���Andtfew Alsager,  Bruce Goddard, Lillian Mandelkau, Brent  Rottluff, Katharine Seymour,. Jannette  Swansoh, Mona Suveges. ^  . Grade 8���Honor Roll���Charlotte Bandi  2.75; Colleen Hoops 2.75; Janet Clayton  2.5; Suzanne Sutherland 2.5; Gary MacDonald 2.3; Diane MacLellan 2.3; Melanie  Mahlman 2.3; Maria Pike 2.3; Patti Star  2.3; Ian Stewart 2.3; Lynne Wheeler. 2.3;  Richard Underwood 2.3; Sigrid Petersen  2.2; Michael Smith 2.2; Christine ��� Irvine  2.1; Miriam Tomicic 2.1.  . Honorable Mention���Cindy Beaudry,  Joel Bellerive, Peter Evans, Sybil Foss,  Michael Houden, Bruce Gibb, Janet MacKay, Deanna Paul, Marita Paul, Michelle  Phillips, Filippo Rihaldis, Carolyn Sandy,  Judith Spence, Lori Thibalt, Vivica Watson.  AA  wwm^^K<wmv&eo&em  r. MARY'S HOSPITAL AUXILIARY  THRIFT SHOP .  \   Will be CLOSED December 21st for Christmas  OPEN January 3rd, 1974  S^eadonS  LjreetinaA      \ .  from ihe staff . -. .  ' and a Special Thanks to donors that make  success of the shop possible.  MERRY CHRISTMAS ONE AND ALL I  __M__-__-___m_h-____n_A__^^  ^niiiHHimninimiiiDiiiiiiiiHiiiuiiiHiiiiiiHiiiiHiritiiinnmnumiHiimiiiiiiuniniiiiiimiiiiiiiiiuunraimnmi^  _. v x ��� ___  <~~^P  3  i  *  Village of Gibsons  NOTICE  I  s  ANOTHER HAPPY Sunshine Coast  Lions Club winner is Mrs. Amy Rouse  of West Sechelt who won $100 in the  latest game. Here, Lions president  Neil Campbell, presents $100 cheque  to Mrs. Rouse, "an avid bingo fan"  who says that it will help out "especially since we're building a new  house." Game three started Tuesday  cards available at several firms  throughout the village. _  Christmas seal  MID-WAY through the annual 12-week  Christmas   seal  campaign,   provincial  contributions now comprise 60 per cent  of this year's $'493,000 objective.  "Response- Jias been good from the  Greater Vancouver"Regional District and  the 54' provincial committee areas this  year, but $188,967 is required to meet our  objective and fulfill society commitments  in 1974," Miss Beatrice Williscroft, B.C.  continues  TB-Christmas Seal Society president said.  Fysfcs-reminders are in the mail, this  week to 2l��-54- homes so that these British Columbians may still have an opportunity to support the TB Society cause  before the year end.  Funds received at Campaign time are  directed to the eradication of tuberculosis  and increased research into other respiratory diseases.        .  SUNSHINE COAST REGIONAL DISTRICT  PUBLIC NOTICE  TEMPORARY CHANGES, in our  GARBAGE COLLECTION SCHEDULE  . t  Due to Christmas ond New Year Holidays, the following TEMPORARY  changes have been made to our normal garbage collection schedules  which will be restored after January 2nd, 1974.  . '  GARBAGE WILL BE COLLECTED ON:  (A) December 24 in lieu of December 25, 1973 in Langdale, Hopkins,  Soames, Granthams and Port Mellon areas.  (B) December 19 in .lieu of December 26, 1973 and January 2 in  lieu of January 1; 1974 irv Redrooffs, Halfmoon Bay and Secret  Cove areas. '  L^kridtmoA cJLjecorathia  *  ��  /November 30, 1973.  r .**  E. WIU-MOTT,  Secretary-Treasurer  S    The   Village   Council   of   Gibsons   Being   Aware   of , the   Energy I  \ 5  Crisis  and   Recognizing   the   Need   to   Conserve   Power   Wish  to |  |    Retain   the   Christmas  Spirit \in  our  Community   by   Encouraging, f  _ * \ *  |    Participation   of   Residents   in   a   Christmas   Decorating   Contest, j  s :  |    The Theme of the Contest is to Promote and Encourage. Residents (  |    to   Decorate  Their  Homes   without the  use of   Electric   Lighting. =  |   Everybody is automatically an entrant in the contest f  {no forms to complete)  end are only disqualified  if |  |   there should be more than one string of lights used to |  |   accentuate the design,  |    Premises Will be Judged by the "Christmas Decorating Committee" I  |   on Saturday, December 22nd,  1973.  IT"*   1  |    There Will  Be Three Major Winners  !  !  |    Winners Will  Be Announced Monday,  December 24th,  1973.  S  ��  \  nllllllllllin  ifiiililiiiiii  imiiiiiiiiiiiHiiiiii  MERRY CHRISTMA  from a  Vi*  J&  m  ���.���::���__.  r 4  (H  us at IGA  All prices effective Wednesday Through Saturday, December 19th  to 22nd. Personal shopping only. We reserve the right to limit  quantities.  For your shopping convenience  we will remain opon all day Monday,  December 24th, 1973  Home-Made  Sausage  Meat  Slice, Fry or  Use for Stuffing.  lb.  ���milli iip��WBN_____l_��_B��.  NMMtMMMMMMMMMMMNM  Ocean Spray  I4-o_.JH.Jinl  CRANBERRY SAUCE  yy-l,Y..Y:  t for 49-  POWDI-R DETERGENT  V, .1'  I.G.A.  5-Ln. (tAC,  LIQUID BLEACH  ->~r-��  *... A  IGA  12B-OI!.   jug  ,C,v  4w  t  Tablerlte Beet  rime kid  Steaks  Canada gib ^n     wsssf ^%  _,-_*"_" $L/9  ���        Ift.  * ' "' "*���   i *nr    ���-im riiiiriiiiriiirr mil iii iiiiiiiii n im 1111 .1 m iiiiuiihiu ii_n_ mcni wmr  '      FOILWRAP  IGA  -  Heavy  Duly __f|_4<.  ,    10" x 25' roll  $7    .  MIXED NUTS  wi* : _ _ ���69��   \   Y,  ; -   TEA BAGS  S;..T:' .: : 1.19  rl^tmad  l/l/eek OOaraaind!  9/jiimummmmmmmatmma  SUNRYPE PURE  APPt{ JUICE  FRESH  BLUE LABEL  48-OZ. TIN :  ^  KRAFT  MIRACLE WHIP  REGULAR OR  FINE GRIND.  1-LB. BAG-  NABOB COFFEE  $| .03  SUNGOLD  SALAD DRESSING.  32-OZ. JAR  rtXX --���  FRUIT CRYSTALS  CHOICE OF FLAVORS  4w $1.00  ALL VEGETABLE  I.G.A.  CRISCO SHORTENING  ��p1 oJLw  lb.  tin  WHOLE TOMATOES  419 o?. $ii .00  tins  Buswamaoi.i'urw-'iiii _-tiim_i_n__  NESTLE  CHOCOLATE QUIK  2-LBS. PLUS  6 OZ. FREE  j��____MBIM|_M����^^  MARLBORO  TOILET TISSUE  4_< -I _[<  pack   M-fl _yp  waa<����jo-n _iiimi.i-,-_a__ , _a_ nii.wnniiiiawi.i__  MMMnaMMB0MM9W  mmnummm  iii_n��iiiiiiwiiinimimw'imiii  iML       JIH_l -gg^. m^^^^^        ^^^^  __B_i   ____________ jiaih ^^^^-^ _m___l ^^^^-        ^MA      ^^^  MADEIRA PARK  ���   1  PENDER HARBOUR - ���   ,--'\  nngjlYyoUrs  L_by Maurice Hemstxeet  DON'T look noyr. but here I am on mi.  /best behavipr and will stay/right witjh  square dance news.  Don't believe me,  , well, bend'an ear~and; read on. -        ,'  Wt week's square dance-started out  a little^ slow, that old .flu bug sure is taking it's time getting out of the.road,this  year. Maybe it will get picked up^at a  sniffing station and put away for a few  years, could happen. Anyway as'laSt Friday night progressed, the tempo picked  up, more dancers came, .including . our  guest for the eVenitfg, Lornte Lovell, from  Gibsons, whd I-might say,-did ^fantastic  job. of .square* dicing. J/WPuld.say that  it's onward to aT better square dance club  and more fun for all.  I ran out of room for storing old square  dance records, so I got sick, (I must have)  and cleaned up, junked out, or whatever  you call it. But one thing remains, all  those good memories are locked away in  my head. And many of the good old  square dance calls. So if I come up'with  a  cockeyed call some  night, iyq\i  will  . know that I have been hit in the head.  , One book I came across dated back to the  square dance season of 1965-1966' when I  had a beginner class at the Wilson Creek  Hall. There are .quite a few still square  dancing, such'las; Lorraine and Sid Con-  roy, Gwen ^fks, the Austins, Jackie  Spencer, Dorllrand Bob Crichton. There  were others like. Flo and Ron McSavaney,  Grace and Fra__$ Bonin. It would be nice  to see these square dancers back again.  Well, those classes did pay off,because  Pat and Jack Whitaker are now teaching  square dancing at the Wilson Creek Hall  on Monday nights, so, if you want to  learn square dancing, give Jack a call,  1 he will be only too glad to hear from you.  Don't forget the Christmas square  dance party at the Golf Club Friday, 8:30  pan. Dec. 21. Easy level, all square dancers' welcome, ladies bring refreshments.  _ think this will be a great night. Bring  a gift to exchange with square dance  friends at coffee time. Gifts are not to  exceed 98 cents.  The New Years Eve square dance will  -be held at St. -Hildas Hall in Sechelt.  That's Dec. ��1, 8:30 p.m. Last year, we  had a great time and maybe this year  the square dance will be greater, fantastic  and even overwhelming, who knows. All  square dancers welcome. Ladies bring refreshments. I am1 sure you will all have a  good time.  My good wife Peg1 and I, would like  to take this opportunity to wish all the  Square dances, wherever you may be,  a very Merr&^&ristmas and a Happy  Healhty New Year. So, on square dancer  and Prancer and Rudolph, on Peninsula  Times, and staff, to a better year ahead,  I leave now, with good wishes to all and  to all a Merry Christmas ��� Squaringly  Yours���Peg and Maurice Hemstreet.  '.  ir  i /  \ . >  SANTA CLAUS checks address on    _ _ -, _  winning ticket in Peninsula Boxing   Mre    I _1TPPTIP  hfKlS  Club's recent raffle. He seems alittte    ��"*���  ��*OGIK.   UUdli.  dubious as to how* he will fit the  prize���the 800 lb. heifer in background���into his sack. Winner waa A.  Duffy of Port Mellon. Other prizewinners were: John Irvine, Sechelt,  goose; Shorty Vanbaelen, Port Melon,  turkey; Wayne Haugen, Gibsons, bottle of Christmas cheer. Incidentally,  hiding under white beard is Harold  Phillips.  couver.  9  FINISHING  Framing  Construction &  House Building  Residential & Commercial  FREE ESTIMATES  FULLY GUARANTEED  Tel. 886-7028  AFTER 6 P.M.  S_D3GNnS ��  _-*cc  _-  o  g  2  0_  -  O30N  MORE   ABOUT. . .  9 Village land sought  ���from page ^_-l  Hoehne said that the first priorities for  additional street lighting in the village  were in the vicinity of the senior citizen's  housing project and Elphinstone Second-    ������  ary School.  Underground wiring in the village is  still in the future, the alderman reported.  He said that he had, contacted B.C. Hydro'  and B.C. Tel to investigate the possibility  of undergrounding existing wiring.  "They said the costs would be pro-  ' hibitive, right now," said Hqehney^  He pressed council for an in-committee  discussion of the wharf situation.  Hoehne feels the wharf should be  handed back to the Department of Transport for administration because of its  "deplorable state."  /"^A recent meeting with department  / representatives had produced nothing  new, he said.  The cost of - upgrading portions of  School, Winn, and Gower Point Roads  will be included in the next budget, noted  Aid. Ted Hume.  He said his roads committee had met  with Coast Paving to arrive at an cost  estimate and figures would soon be available.  Council backed a recent move by the  Central Kootenay Regional District to  press the provincial jpvernment to. bear  necessary by changes ih "tfie Municipal    "  Act.  In a letter, Valid Construction Ltd.  asked for payment of $5,000 which has  been held back by council Ss a guarantee  of performance in connection with Work  'on the new sewer system.  Aldermen agreed to retain the sum  until all costs arising out of deficiencies  in the^system havfr been calculated.  "We don't have psychoanalysis in  Greece, you know," says actress Melina  Mercouri. "We are a poor people, so we  have friends instead." _ y  clergy at dinner  HALFMOON BAY���Mrs. Dorothy Greene  gave a Christmas buffet supper for  34 "guests, Dec. 18.  House guests were Eva Webb, Soames  Point and Mr. and Mrs. Harry Chang,  Vancouver. Other guests included the  Rev. and Mrs. John Godkin, Sechelt; the  Rev. and Mrs. D. Brown, Gibsons; Father Fitzgerald, Indian.reserve and Father  Lehner,''Sechelt,  Ross and Star Manton helped.  Mrs. Greene plans to take a 3% month  trip to Manilla, Singapore, Hong Kong  and lfreemantle, aboard Norwegian 12-  passenger freighter. Then she will travel  to Kobe, Yokahama and return to Van-  / in��� .   Page D-2   '      The Peninsula Times  Wednesday, December 19, 1973  --ORE   ABOUT. . .  ��� Community school . .  X.A N h ���*rotn W A*1/  oiub was proceeding with design and con-/  struction plans fo^a- proposed community  swimming ppoL  He asked if the pool could be built  on-school property, '_. - . ,  Mrs. Labonte said: "This is something  we are going to have- to sit down and  study and give serious consideration.".  Trustee John MacLeod felt this request  was in "almoshthe same category" as the ^  Pender Harbour enquiry. ���**.  Trustee Joe Horvath said the board  would have to make a decision on the  pool soon. -  "This would have to be incorporated  in plans for the new school in Gibsons,"  'he explained.  Mrs. Labonte proposed that trustees  meet the Kinsmen in early January.  "I would imagine that the department  (of education!) *would allow us to share  the cost in proportion to the amount of  use we would get out of it," she added.  District Supt. Roland Hanna noted that  swimming and' lifesaving' were optional  subjects on the Elphinstqme curriculum.  "Very excellent use^uld^e^^riadeof  (the pool)," he predicted.        "    *"\  The board's building and grounds'committee was instructed to look into both  requests.  Trustee Bill Nimmo'-said that this  would be his last meeting before retiring  from the board.  , "It's been pretty interesting working  with everyone and we all worked in the  direction." he said.  Mrs. Labonte thanked Nimmo for his  support during his years on the board.  "It's been a real pleasure workihg  with you," she said.  Since no one was nominated for Nim-  mo's seat at the recent municipal election,  the board will make an appointment to  fill the vacancy.  DISCOUNT  STEREO  RECORD^TAPE  CENTRE  CITY PRICE*  ON  DUAL - NORESCO - AKAI - ACTRON  STEREO COMPONENTS  SOLID STATE  8 TRANSISTOR  RADIOS  Regular $24.95  $17.99  BUY A  STEREO  $20 down  Sechelt  Vvlaalc   fffudhroom  *= IMPORTS LTD. ���  885-2522  Use 'Times' Adbriets to Sell Rent Buy, Swap, etc.  After the party,  you could sleep  w&K OMIT piaGGffi  ^^(B^yi^Wrt^^Nvy^ <***��*=!��*��*�����*���*  <mm  wm  mmmmmmmmmmm  ? .     .   \.  C7   v^*  sL^l&CEPjflh  ' ->���#'  Wftf  , gig-   ���'-,����(''    ���-'' '      '��..   __k__M_t*)t aji rttf irtiil'  - fUV mm -STIRIO;  *<   ; SAEJS ami SERVICE  mmtmttmum  iJU-j'Lo..' MP-- mm��� -���^ '   ���"    "-^��� "Tbm ' iini  in" ii. iii in/    '���   ' " ii"i'        '" '   i~"  I  I  I  I  ���  1  I  1 # PHILCO  H  j ��� SONY  | ��� A.G.S.  Dealer  I  I  Buy where  you get  service  ��� ���  1  El  I  I  I  f  Chuck Stevens  ^f\   (fDaraalhA  for   C^krbtmaA       ^  . Tiff ���! ���'. I.���! ���! .1.1! 'I !���?���?'��� j! I"-1.! 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And  for some reason, you are.stopped.  Hqro'swtmttooxpoct:' .  1 Breathalizer fcS:  tromoly adept at spottlna Impaired  drl .or8. There nro dozens of tolltnlo  cluoa. If you nro suspocted, you will  bo nskod to submit to a lironthnllzor  tost. Thl3 Is mandatory and refusal  can result In serious charges. If you  havo consumed enough to give you  n .08 reading, you enn bo charged  with Impaired driving.   ]  2 tail Vory ,ik��iy. v^ou wiii bo  "a�� Jailed ovornldht. For tho  avGrago citizen, this is h terrifying  oxporlohco. Irrtpnlrod driving como a  under tho Criminal Cod���>, nnd that  is Just how you will be treated* You  will be fingerprinted, asl.od for alias',  relieved of your belt, tie, shoelaces,  and personal possessions, allowed  ono phono call, nnd bo placed In a  cell. In the morning, your breakfast  will bo sl|d undor tho bars of tho coll  door. You will firid tho night harrowing and havo plonty of timo to rofloct.  In tho mohntlmo, your wife nnd  messages like the one you aro now  reading. Add to this tho $50 to several hundred dollars you'll spend on a  lawyer and you've dropped qulto a  bundlo.  i  someone whilo impaired, your  liability coverage was void anyhow.  Your Insurance company will pay  the claim, but thoy may demand repayment from you.  ,  4 Suspension  children will bo worried, distros  and slightly mortified.  ��od  3 Fines  Tho arresting of floor's  roport.corroborntocl  by your breathallzer reading,- will  normally result In a conviction. Tho  numbor of convictions Is increasing  ovory yoar.Ovor 12,000 nro expect-  od In British Columbia alone thla  yoar. If tho Judge lota you off  with a $250 fino for tho first of-  fonco, you can consider your&olf  lucky, For havtng accumulated ton  ponalty points, tho Suporlntondont  of Motor Vehicles will assess you  ,n chargo of $25.00 which will bo  used to pay for public Information  Even if you  hnvo hover  had so much as a parking ticket In  thirtyyearsof driving, you can oxpofit  to havo your right to drive reviewed by tho Superintendent of Motor-  Vehlclos.On his Judgement and your  driving record.your suspension may  bo ono month, th/oa months, six  months, or oven Indefinitely. ^  Tho costs don't  stop nt flnos  nnd lawyers. When your lnaurnnco  company hoars all about It, your  Insuranco premium will bo surcharged. That moans your insurnnco  rates will, soar until .you can prove  yourself a good rlsjlc ogaln. That  could tako years if ydu havo no more  prdblpm-. And hero's another point  to pondor. Had you Inlurod or killed  S Publicity  5 Insurance  Criminal courts  swarm with court  reporters. In some smallor communities, your conviction will make  front pago news. They will list the  details of your arrest, trial, conviction, breathallzer roacllng, fino and  suspension. They will print all this,  along with your nnmo nnd address,  for all your f rlonds and business as-  soclatos to road. It Is tho coup do  /gracpyou can oxpect about ono week  after tho trial. ,,  ���',.'���    ' *, y ���',. '   . '/  Thoso nro tho hard cold fbct^pf.  how n Jovial ovonlng can turn Intp a  nightmaro.Thp police have so,on too  many dead children to have much  patlonco.Tho courts hnvo hoard too  many tragedies to givo you much  morcy. And that's tho way it i3.  li  1   i  _______  ___________lV____4I____ __*. _*_-_--__ ��_*'��'_ __*___ li n At ��ii I'...1. _  TW--  MimMmAii.  1,_^--_i___t��-.*��"_-_-_i___,-��'___*___-__^  *WP  ftHiii;iJi_i_\����uiii^  fm I  '   L    -:   -    ��� .  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J  ���T'  ��,...  .Jk.. ........^.- .(,_, ,,tn,..-.A. ���  -,.., ��� ���    !-  .... .__. ^iNI m   BM. __. ^.  ./. ...  \  I       )  1  I      /  Iff you drink, don't driiie  Gbvelrnment1 df British Columbia ^Jjfof   British Columbln AutomobJIo  ' Motor-Vohlclo Branch v^fffi<^�� Inaurancen Board  .__���__._���'ii__in.J_aiii hulii ���__ -^-    ���    ������      -��� -     nil     ,L       *    ������ ������'   '-   Ul   ^-  '*!"  ��� i__ni ������������ L-    -��� ���  - ���   ������- ii   in   r" *���  n __n iii^ iiniii_iii_��iiiiiiii_ftiiiMiiii nitii i i(___n t_ft_ ���! ___���_!_���  \  ���- ���*-  ._- ���__._. _ _.. w  X  ��niuiiniwinwwt>iiiMrtiMiniiiiiH��tiiiMiMiHiiiM��i'��.HMK  Glbspns Pentecostal    , |  ���      HIGHWAY **MAftT$t ;    .       |  '      1 ^     r-  - j ; *        \ *   *__"���  Sunday School 9:45 o.w.   y    |  Service-11:00 a.m. ond 7:00 p.m. ,g  PHONE ;j586-7107     v |  Pastor: Qsny.Fpttar 'I'  _IIMHIUIIIUIIllU|llla}llMIIUIIlfni|lllllllllllMIIIIHMIUill  \  iimiiiiiniiiiiHiiimiiiiniHiHUiiiiinmimiiiiniiiii-g  Broadcast this week  over mony stations  including C J V B  1470 Kcs  SUNDAY 9:30 a.m.  _  theTP;UTH  thar H���.ILS  A Christian Science radio series  r  ��*tllllllllllllllllll|l��IIIIMHIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII)l|IMI^  I The United Church       I  I of Canada              |  .1 SERVICES:                          s  s St. John's United Church - Davis Bay    .5  5 Sunday Services -' 9:30 a.m.              5  s Roberts Creek United Church             s  5 ^           Sunday'Services - 2:30 p.m.              5  s Gibsons United Church                  5  s Sunday Services -11:15 a.m.             5  M  I SPECIAL CHRISTMAS SERVICES:  | Sunday, December 23.ct 7:00 p.m.         -  S Family Christmas Service: Anthems by    |  s choir, congregational carol singing, sac-  s rament of Infant baptism, coffee and  5 --             fellowship after1 service.  �� Monday, December 24 at 11:00 p.m.  s Christmas Eve Service  �� Youth Group participating.  5 MINISTRY:  s Rev. Jim Willamson, Gibsons, 886-2333  ��  /  MONIQUE, age six years, helps to   our ward, to make it Christmas.  decidexwhat decorations are to go in   Children's Hospital.  x  _I_M..I..I_I{M_..I.I.I.IMMMI-I.MI._I_ llM.ll.i.HI.... Illlf till |5 Ail      tilG     ffl-l-I-IJUQS  *  Patients in Children's  Hospital not forgotten  J_ff__Nfihr  ���-���'"mm  wm  CHILDREN'S Hospital is celebrating its  fiftieth Christmas this year and many  of the youngsters who gathered round  that first tree in the wards may well now  be hanging stockings for their grandchildren. They will'probably remember, however, for who could forget the excitement  and special happiness which always permeates the hospital at this season.  This Christmas season each wing -is  again responsible for its own decor ahd  for weeks now schoolteachers, nurses and  patients have been working on large posters to han'g on both sides of ward Win--  doys. Egg cartons have no security at all  as they are cut up to make wondrous  mobiles that will line corridor ceilings.  On the way to treatments its a comfort to  check and make certain your piece of  tinsel is still clinging on.  Later when the trees go up if you  oannot reach to decorate, you can always  be a wheelchair or stretcher superintendent and ask for your favorite angel to  be on the side nearest your room.  We believe   ^__ i > ���  ��� 'i ".i ' '���     ������_������������ _,   ���?_.���.  by Nonavee Jones '' .y  Church of Jesiu. Christ of LatUr-dfcy Saints -  AS WE  sing the' songs and' read -.theories of Ch>i-tmas,our thoughts turn  to the Savior and his gifts Ho the world.  . "The same was in the beginning with  God.        . _,    n,  All things were made by him: -and  without him was not anything made that  was made." (John 1:2-3).  ' ���>��� Also, inTElphesians 3:9 we read that  God "created all things by Jesus Christ."  Think of the beauty of the earth which  he prepared for us!'Consider the soil, the'  water," the forests, the endless variety of  living' things which we, enjoy and utilize  for study and for industry. Reflect upon  the miracle of the human body with its  symmetry and balance, the marvetdU-  digestive, circulatory, respiratory, nervous  and reproductive systems. Wonder at the  harmony of the laws of nature!  ��� Jesus Christ was born in a stable, the  son of an earthy mother and a Heavenly  Father. He experienced the problems of  mortality���childhood, .youth & manhood;  he taught an .unpopular philosophy and  suffered death "at the hands of his own  .countrymen.  ' By his example and teachings he gave  us a way of life and a hope in death.  "Jesus .saith unto him, I am the way, the  truth and the life: No man cometh unto  the Father but by me." (John 14:6).  He taught us' to pray; to love and  serve,one another; to forgive; to go the  second mile; to 4o xmp others as we,  would have them do unto us. He blessed '  little children, he healed the flick, he  cleansed the sinner, he comforted the  sorrowing. He said, '"Come unto me _U  .ye that labor and are heavy laden and 1  will give you rest." (Matthew li:28). He  loves every one of us and wants us to  be happy.  In dying, he atoned for the sins of  the world. My sins are forgiven if t will  repent. When I make mistakes, he gives  me a fresh start.  He was the first fruits of the resurrection, .'Though him everyone who ever  lived, Will be resurrected. "For as in Adam  all die, even so in Christ shall all be made  alive." (1 Corinthians 15:22).  After this life is over, Christ will be  our judge. "For the Father judgeth no  man; b\tt hath committed all judgment  unto the* Son." (John 5:22). After creating  ��� Wednetdoy, December 39; 1973       thp Peninsula Timet Page D-3  " ���   ���   -. - '   ������ , *~~> i ������"","-J;J" X���^T"1 '*\ -' r y n  I      COME JOIN IN THE FUN THIS CHRISTMAS.. .      *  ��� '���    ^DANCING     V  9:30 p.m. to 1:30 0;m.  ptC 2* to "Wtl DOG"  to_C.- 28 to "P*N KINGS"  DEC. 29 to "EASY COMPANY"  NEW YEAR'S. EVfto "EASY COMPANY"  \l  in Live Entertainment  ���iwwiiwii ���__������������ _ii_��i______pii__i��_ ii mil �����_�����. _ii..iii-^i>-.w-_i��i_i��-*_.  PIZZA AVAILABLE  "JOIN THE FUN"  PENINSULA HOTEL  Highway 101 ��� Cover Charge ��� 886-2472  ��(MWiiwi<��iiivw��i_wi����wyww_wi��i��_wi��iiwi��i��i#��i����i*v����  ***** Mr  -9��  4fr  <_��  ���MM  m  *jruil oDinlna-eaLc  ^jracllltled  ia-oi-ounae  BREAKFAST: 8:00 a.m. to'10:00 a.m. daily  LUNCH: 12:00 noon to 2:00 p.m. daily  o  ���������������  _>���������*  4��  4��  SUNDAY thru THURSDAY: 6:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m.  ��,'  FRIDAY and SATURDAY: 6:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m  PINNER:  _       CLOSED CHRISTMAS DAY, DECEMBER 25th  ������   _���  TOP ACCOMMODATION  COVERED HEATED POOL  ��� .ii  _. lli?^ilt?Stra?8 ^^ **�� P**"**. this eartfvand living things; teaching men  ahead 'with hohday favors which can be . the way.'to happinesS( ahd sharing with  worn or *aten. You see. some kids go. them the experiences of mortality, he wiU  home and others don't, ^so it's great to   iudge us ^^ mer    and love  06 +  1C % OT *�� ^��re m   "8       '   Therefore, this Christmas season  let  up to tne (Say. . us rejoice with the prophet Isaiah:  A number of mobile teenage patients, "For unti us a child is born, unto us  are being hosted Thursday, Dec. 20f'����*,a Son is4 given: and the government shall  a "Hear the Carol Ship" party fromYapM be upon fiis shoulder: and his name shall  English Bay highrise.  !The  host,  _%iii_Vbe   called ^Wonderful,   Councellor,   The  mighty God,'Tie 'Everlasting Father, the  Prince of Peace.'' (Isaiah 9:6).  h�� WE CATER TO: BUSINESS MEETINGS ��� SMALL CONVENTIONS  �� BANQUETS ���RECEPTIONS���BRIDGE PARTIES  Ring in the New Year at Jolly Rigor  New Year's Eve Party: 9 p.m. 'til 2 a.m.  -VWMMWMMWWWIMMHIIWIMWIMIfWIWIMWUWMMWWWnfMI^^  US  A  May Sankt And your  home bright with  happiness ���/  "_*.,,  at holiday time.  <U��#MWWVW��AI-_>lVVUt����l��-��W<U��AtW<WUW��l>��MW>��MWM  Closed 6 p.m. X-mas Eve  Closed, Christmas Day  Open Boxing Day  Mnn��-��ww%nnnn��-kruiM��wm������wi'wwwww��rwvMfvwvut  Bert and Yvonne Konirigs  BERT'S SUPERETTE  SECHELT  St. Hilda's^    .  Anglican Church,  Sechelt  Sunday, December 23rd:  8:30 o.m.���Holy Communion  10:00 a.m.���Family Service  7:0O,p.m.~Carol Service with Sechelt  Songster Choir.:  Christmas Eve:  7:00 p.m.-���Children's Pageant  11:30p,m.���Christmas Eucharist  Christmas Day:  10:00 a.m.���;Eucharist, with music  THE REV.   N.  J,  GODKIN,   885-9793  _rmiitiiHiiliiili>MiiiiiiiiiHiii��ii(iiiiiiiiiMiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiM .  ]    BAPTIST CHURCH SERVICES    i  |    Calvary Baptist Church   i  s ' Park Road. Gibsons s  i Office: 886-2611 Res: 686-7449 =  g . m  �� ..           Morning Worship 9:30 a.m. .S  |               Sunday Schoof 10:45 a.m. |  I            Evening Worship    7:00 p.m. s  g   Prayer & Bible Study, Thursdays 7:30 p.m. |  I                Weekly Youth Programs    . 5  |     Bethel Baptist Church     |  5 Mermaid & Trail, Sechelt _  | Office; 886-2611 Res: 886-7449 :  S Sunday School! 0:00 a.m.   , s  |      , (   Morning Worship 11:15 o.m. 3  g Prayer & Bible Study Wednesdays 7:30 p.m. 5  3 "��� Weekly Youjh Programs    . s  | REV. W. N. ERICKSON, Pastor \  nillllMI ._ll_l___l_aH_HH_MIMIIMIIMM_limUailui)liaMIIM><.  Candow is a volunteer worker" in tfie  teen recreation lounge at the hospital \\  , University of British Coluiabia student, Eleanor Elton and her husbaihd Kim  with his band will provide entertainment  Friday, Dec 21, at the annual Teen Patients Party. The decor and eats are the  work of the teeners themselves and it  �� all promises to be groovy. - ��t  _. Christmas Eve and the Vancouver  Temple Band of the Salvation Army  under the direction of Aubrey Millward  will play songs that are full of memories  ' and those which little people\know.  The great day Dec. 25 opens early as  everyone scrambles  to open  Iwrge  red,  stockings someom. has hung on their bed.  No sooner done than Ho! Ho! Ho! caw^Y.  heat-d and everyone who pan wrmtg^'.  dut-of bed follows along in the trahi;^!'  William Jacks of Richmond, who has vwtarty  that red suit at Children's Hospital 0jri  Christmas morning for over a dozen years.  ���   As each little face lights up he calls thepi  by name and pauses for an exchange ot'  confidence. It is a sight to behold and  enjoy and there is rnujeh love. y;  Christmas dinner appears and then mi  the children, settle down for a nap and  the working staff have their dinner. Tht>  whole is provided by members of the  Vancouver Elks Lodge No. 1, who have  carried out this tradition for 45 ye_rs.   .'  \ Christmas at Children's Hospital is a  precious tim^ to be remembered well Foj*  50 years in many ways people from all  over the province have gone that extra  mile to make it so. To each of these our  thanks and may happiness return to yoii  in the way you want it most.  In nature's process, two hundred to  four hundred tree seeds must reach the  ground for each seedling that becomes  established.  f ������            " ������'��� ��� "  MOORAGE FACILITIES  Secret Cove, B.C.  Phone for reservation 885-9998  *y.  ���a...  ��� ������������  ���4-  43-  ^.imimmmmmmmmmmmmimmm  The First Canadian Bank  Bankof Montreal  out  'Ot'x;MOUt  MkLu  onuentence  _4,  ours wi\  w  Golf  is  a  game  men from the poise.  that separates  the  FIRE DETECTOR-  FOR YOUR HOME!  ��� MONDAY  December 24th  ��� MONDAY  December 31st  ,/  ��� WEDNESDAY  January 2nd  I ��\ \  CLft< _____)  ___W*_H-_W  ��� TUESDAY  ' December 25th  ��� WEDNESDAY  December 26th  �� TUESDAY  January 1st  ��A   '���������_���:  ..A';.  ���i" |'  Th^ First Canadian Bank  .*,<\   :')"  ANNOUNCING SMOKE) \SIGNAL  Available from  Phono:  Me from                , : ,'                  <Ky!     " W  WJD F SHAW & SON LTD  _-__��__S_ss___f^M  1 ";���,-.'���<"'���'"��� y .'_  ^ -1 . 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