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 -H  Hush-Hush  West Canadian Graphic Industrie Ltd  lbQ�� iep% kii Aver,  Vaiiopuve? 9, fl^C',.  Serv  ��� i  2pd Cjos? MotT  t Roglstfptjon r>, M4?  IN-COMMITTEE sessions of the school  hoard's regular meetings now occupy  far more time than lhtff~tal<!on fqr the  open session Minutes of the January 2{Hh  meeting   show   that   the   board   was   in  i committee l-ui one .half hour before -the  A open session which commenced at* 8 p.m.  Ufpd ended  at  9  p.m.- and  continued  in  icommiltee until 11   p.m.  K .'Meeting   pn Thursday   of   last   week;  itrpstees elected'Mrs.  Agnes  kabaqte as  '���)vice-chairman. The election had been held _  over until alliseven trustees were present."  The   Board   approved^������- the   sale    of  -$ll)0,000j sintdng fund debentures to the;  British ''Columbia Schpol District's Capital Financing Authority at the rate pf  7.01 per cent interest for a twenty year  period. ,  Approval was also given.for the ex-  ���P'enditw^-e!^-^rr8��-M^^  (>  8  Bowen Island Royal Canadian Legion  sought permission to use the school's floor,  polisher fgr.,cJe?Hping the Legion Hull op'  the condition that the-Legion supplies the  pads and  brushes  Tmstees leaded to the,somewhat unusual request by cheeking through then  vohupiupus. poliejvjmanuals and decided  to notify huilding -md ground^ supoi-  yisor, ,Mr. iUitter first, with the reconi-  ..meiiciaiion that it will be alright if a  school board employee-is ip charge pf the  equipment.     ��� -  EOIICATIQN  Commenting on suggestions marie m  the Education Committee report, trustee  Bernard Mulligan wondered if the Board  intends co-ordinating an education programme oi- were they just going, to sit  around a table and talk.  Servipq tho Sunshiny Copst, (Howe Soupd IP Jeryis Inlet), ^eluding Port M?II��P, HPpKins t-apding, ��rqn,tbpms Ur*dingf. Gibsons/ Roberts Creek,  Wilson Creek, Selmp Park, Sechelt, HqlfpifcAh fel^'Secret Cove, fonder HqrhQur, MQdgjrg pqrK/ Klplpdole, Irvine's Lgndjug, for) Coye, Egmppt[  ^7  l-h  ,��� Unjon. $  This Issuo 10 Pages  URGEST CIRqUlATION Or ANY PAPER ON THE SOUTHERN SUNSHINE COAST.  i ���  capital funds and $26'523 Referendum No.  10 capital funds, used for equipment at  Sechelt and Elphinstone school additions  and architect's fees. V  TECHNICAL  B1.AHNWG  'Secretary-treasurer Jim Metzler wit)  continue to act as the School Board's  representative on the Sunshine. Coast  Hegrtonal District technical planning com-  mit|be. ���      . .       .   .  it..,.-^-,.-   (��Wr-man���of��� the���Boaitf,���Mrs^-Shiela-  Kitson explained lo new trustees that  the position must be filled by an employee pf the Sphppl Board-_As far as  she knew the Technical Planning- Committee had pet functioned at all.  REQUESTS  Sunshine Coast Bahais have requested  permission to rent a classroom at Sechelt  Elementary School on Sunday, February  28th when speakers will be coming from  outside points. As the Board does not  favour Sunday bookings, it was suggested  that perhaps the group xould rent a  hall for the event.  rt.  A.  jiMt^M  Trustee Bill Malcolm expressed concern that the Education Committee was  getting away from matters cpneerned  with education as the committee repprt  seemed to be mainly concerned with Centennial project and a "drop-in centre"  for students with���ppoblems. r  Trustee Nimmo pointed out that the  Centennial projects were wholly school  projects.  District superintendent R. R. Hanha  -^aid_JjialJKL^dji!Ulim^ should  be too involved with the "drop-in centre"  idea which should be the concern'of an  outside group. He said he would discuss  later, presumably in committee, home and  school communication.  General construction  shows northward trend  AREA A of the Sunshine- Coast Regional  , District, Pender Harbour/Egmont,  again led the way in quantity of building  and plumbing permits for 1970 as- in 1909,  with a total of 89. Area C, Selma Park U  Wilson Creek, came second with 71 and  Area D, Roberts Creek, third with 57.  Value-wise, Area C lead the way with  =Meta4=pe��m4=s��t4��e^^  s  ��� it *���  1 Vi  "i >  1'  ./  i -1  1 i  v;  1  v,/"1  (���  -r  to  1-0  A  ���S.,  v-  K  Jt  J  ll  ��">'-\.  L I':  1  ,1  \  \  ���~\tL,  V.  /'  tmm        ����. f,*!*"***-^ 1  ?  Help development . . .  f - ���       .    - ...  Minister indicates action  on restrictive regulations  Area F at $679,400. These are due to hospital construction in Area C and construction at the YMCA Camp in Area F.        "���  Ja  -his report- to the l^egionai-^Beard^���4^gaf  FLEXIBILITY   in 1 zoning   where   future  satisfactory development might be proposed should be considered by Regional  PENDER  HARBOUR  Representative of B.C. Telephone  Company told the PeVider Harbour and  Egmotit Chamber of Commerce last Week  it would be establishing a permanent  maintenance man in the area. This, it is  hoped will speed up repairs and improve  the service. ,  WATERWORKS  Regional Board water superintendent,  Gdidop Dixon lepoits that the water liim  between SpcheU boundary apd, Sppdera,^  ^WSt (SphriB ^fti'M te-tfi lacrpncwpd trjls  wee)i rcauUmtf IP P)6��'Passcd pressure il]  that prea- " ...  HOMEMAKERS  Sechell Hpinemakers Club have scheduled the annual meeting {pid election of  officers for Sunday February 21st in tho  Indian -Village Hall at 7.30 pm.  last month, building 'inspector Fred Rey-  burn said that despite strikes and lockouts, the grand total for 1070 of $2,885,750.  This of course does not include the shopping centre in Sechelt which with equipment and fittings approached the half  million mark and the Sechelt Elementary  School &t $172,000.  Mr. Reyburn points out that this represents an increase over 1909 of $658,850  for which his depaitnient is lesponspblc  He noted that as with I960 gieate&t general construction is popthw^d. frgrp Sg:  Ifrdrp  Hop    _  $483,850  sons.  centre and residential values for Gibsons  amounted  to $200,303 while Sechelt was  $128,850.  /  ered restrictive the Minister will ��act ac:  cordingly.  This is basically the texf of a letter  lo the Sunshine Coast Regional Ppard  from Deputy Minister of- Municipal Affairs, Jirn Baird, and read at last regular  jpeeting of the.Board.  Making clear the fact that ernrjhasis  must be upon responsible develpprpent,  Mr. Baird warned:  II legulations as to parcel sue in a.  zone to be apphed in rural districts" arc  copsidpre^ restrictive; by the. Mjrtis^tcr apd  Municipal Aet-  In this way "development permits" ���  could be used. Where they are, used, it  would be honed that apy develppment  woyld be cqnsideied an asset in ilself apd  to the community at large by being ord-  verly, attractive, efficient, corpplimentary  and cpfppgtjbie.    ���  Deypjopment should only be permitted  after full cpnsicJeratiqB pf its effects within the terror of "thei Board's policy as expressed ip apy plan for Ure ai'pa SftS  the vpigipp as ?i wltpte! |l is alsp hoped that  thp Boaid would Reriodipally review the  extent of development arc^s of the regional district in respept of developments  Ihjt h��yp pcgpited pr five likely tg pecur.  H��PRy Valentlnf!  Senior Citizens living in Greene Court,  Sechelt had a pleasant surprise on  Saturday- when they opened, their  doors to find -tt\��'ee gtiides frorn the.  1st '"*' Seeli^lt ���6:, hahi'ing a he art  shaped Valentine theme tray trim-  ^^fed^wUlt^^tite-4a��e^ad^e#R^  tempting array of gaily decorated  cup .cakes. Taking her choice is Mrs.  A. E. T. Eckford, delightful wiith foe  little cakes just freshly baked -.-by"  Flhyl Wood, Vivica Watson and Joy  Hansen.     ^  . Appearing in Gibsons court last Tuesday February 9th John Colchester pf  Burnahy was charged with driving while  IPs blood  coritaipe.4  pyer  .08^>--|Jxp^q1.  Breathalyser''''re'acling''shQwp^w'i^T"^^"  was fined $300 and suspended frq'm ririvr  ing for 30 days.  Pender Harbour . , ,  .MJiA's pwppoitiiri-.Jagg��tt��i*  suggests Chamber President  for such development he declared'3 ''*de  velopmept aiea or aioas". This would be  in accordance with Section 7012 A "off tlio  yi(|e fpr any deyplppmpnt arpas oh. a  selective basis, the Mjpistcr. may i-eqiure  that the wh��lp of si(ch zone he detlaicd  a devQlopment area:  iff was ipdved. |he letter be turned pver  lq jhe plftn'nlHS ppiiiipillce,' for further  perp'sal. ���'.������'������������  WATER REPORT  Water, superintendent, Gordon Dixon  reported tha.1 insla||nt|on of ii meter lum  been,carried opt on the Wosf Sechelt line.  Hydrants tire being installed in lhat  area at this t|pio and as a ��opfiucjuoneu  il hud not been possible to obtain air  aocuraju rending- However, it would secpi  that iipproxiinatdily 1100-  i.HllO gallons per  ���boo pugo,A-3  ANNHAIi c(in.nP1' meeting of the Ppndgr  Harp^opr   apd   jjgmont   Chqmher   pf  qpmrncrco vfi\s held ]ui>t FriQpy, -JJehr  ry 12 at Lord Jim's Lqdgp a.nd 'was  Ulcndcd   by  ahftut  forty  members  and  fmests.  Pripcipaij gpeslsi were rcpresentatiyes  of B.p. Telephone Gop-ipany wh9 gave'  a rim-ddwu QP genera) prpgrpss pf jhe.  service op. the Sunshine Coiisl, fpllowed"  ].y a short film and question-answer period; Another ,oxpeeto<i - guest, lyj, Qveuall,  Mainland S.W. Regional Do-ordiniitor failed to turn up. |...,  During a short business meeting .  Chamber Prpsidenl Peter Benjafield pprn-  menled on Ihe I'acl that the pi|.s). year  had no(. been too eventful, possibly due  4ii Hie liiut that, very few problems had  been brought ' up to Ihe Chamber, lie  noted Ihiil a welcome addition |<> I he area '  had been Ihe pew liquor, slofu. 'Wor years  various members and past members huvo  Rates structure  wept' iip 'from -flirt,:! million  Indian integration success  at North Vancouver School  AtfNIiWMIilNTH of  Ihn  Indlnn  Iplaiirii.  I Im, 1 priiitiiiiiinio In rionholl Hdino! Din-,  , lrUil��., wiii(-.oMO'-of-two ~rnuonuiieridiitiiin|i-t*  iniidn b.|' liiillnn  liiloftliiilon Commiiinn  chairman,   0.1 ni,   Aillioii   lo'ihoiiln  ill   luul  Tliurmliiy'ii H��hiiul lloiiid inoiilliin,  Mni,   liiibiiiihi  liinhor  riiiiommoiiilnil  Ihul  |)|-,  Ail   Morn Inrnppi'nn'i'hnil ��� w|l||  rn|tiird In niiililnit llm iifii<niiiiipeiil,  i    Dr,  Mum  In "ii  t|,)<i  nliilT of  IDICV'  t'ai'iilly oI li'.iliicntliin anil  him Iniuu n|ii  puliiliiil "lii'lluii   (lli'iTelor,'Vl' Iho Indlnn,  K.iliii'nlum |l��!iiiiiiri!|i uiul, |h|i<i)iirmi I'enlni  .wl)li:h ban 'I'liiiiiijiHlnlilliifljilil'lii nn iifl'ni'j  hi nriiMi Niilifii ol Up) mul nun.mi nl |>riili-  li'npii oiii:iiiiiilni'iii| p,y Inilliui liiiidiiniH In  'U,(!, iicIiooIh, j        ',''  Thin I'niilin hint l,|iHii) iliiiiiirllinil hi |I|KI,  ii.|uiiii< mi i|in lin.l nl bu Klinl-In ''iuhmIii  In |iii run iiliuoiil'i'iillrilly, by uallvu In-  illiiiiii,  H,'"In lieluit   tiililoil by n (Mfiiiull  i;iiiin|n||ii|j .of   l|>,.,|'V,))!;v.^.HJi!!ilv,!'Ll,!'lv.M:-i-.  "ITiTtiVn'liii'llii'j'i ii'iiin|ii?rii, ''"" r*'\;-"v-,'  ';.   Thorn inn niiiuntly 111 I'inillioil prul'ni-  uluinil liiilfiin loiniierii In H.O,  ,' Tim i'nii|rn Im Iminit liiiniiiinil  by' llm  "IWimnilpn D|y|i>l"ii of llm Jnipiulmuiil nf  ~,|iiMltiin-VVflMlfR..4��tid-W.MviUcrn-tiuv*iii��pM��wiil-  ���rjmi\. jy|rHl.,|<nliiir)ioji!li,,i)i"rp���wii!iiil Imijih.  eon!   bivolvml     in' wmhhm     ))r,   Moiu'n  udvli'n, ,  Ivlni, l.nliniilo's /innoiid piiioiiptinniliitliiii  wan to  invito,, Ihn' i��rhi��:|nn) nf\ Ciuhiiii  fJriihMiii! Ht'iioiidnry fi'lioiil, Morth vmi'  i:<iUVi;r, lo oim nl llm niuolliil^ |o niil)|l|H  IIh liiillnn ii|tu|(rnllon proitrammo which  HI.'IIIIIH   ll)   ||||  ImVlllH  Ill'lJIlt   I.IICCIKili,  "ajlAU^NqliR'"''"'"'''"���"^^^  C||ii|rii)iiiiii)ilp of ihq Indjnii luleurn-i (  Hull Comniilliiii hud nunln Imidii iihullniiiti.'il  n'l rlho^,|ni||lin liilnnralloil mpnlhiit ipii'l  JVlrii, Jwibonle wild nIui whs houlnninu .0  I'nnl ui|iioii)|iMiiihlii in Iho |Miiil|oii which  nIui. wim pi'M|>ii|'<id In rolinqiiinh.  Hehool Ihiiii'd iihiilrimin Hh>i|ln Klltiop  'iiixpimiiiiul fnlih Ip M��''i,. L'ii)ii|plu'�� ohnir-  /nnp.shlp nod Mr, Ihupm wilh ihij,l)(iarir��  eiiiii,'iirroiii.ii, Imiiloroil  line lo iminilp In  lliu potiilloii nnd Duiillmin lliu jpinii woili,  HtjCOND  PIlA'flE  (.'iimmnnilnjt   upjim hliuuiloii,   Mr.  llllillll!    i.ll|li:d   ilinl1  |)|)iiiiii    )    i||'   Inillmi  Inlomnlliiii bud Iiihiii 11 combined "I'fori '  mi   llm, luul   nl   |)ii|iiniiiieiil   pi   Indian  Affnlin, fiiii'hnll    Dii.lii.il   H��hoo|   Huiu'.l,  11,(1, Teni'liiirH |i'i!i|i!|iil|on, ^oi'liiill   lnrl|iin  "Thiijit fiMiiiiniliiij"nuiiViii*fll��n�� iii'mI Hi'iiliiill'"'  Tiuii.iii.'i'ii   Aiwiiicliillon,  Willi Ihu withdrawal ofMC. Ttiipihurii  |''iii|ii|iiI|iiii, plinm) Iwo la beliin iiuiiiiorleil'  lii|iil)i))n|ly by llm |)i!|iarimi!|ir pf Indlnn  ���.AI'fMirM..,*ind...,t.ho..��icliow|,..R����rd*..-~..��......4.-��������.-��-  ��� MiH%l-ii|iiiiilo fo|l l|uil )))M i:pii|ip)||ei|  Wlliilll flO .|l|l|ill of 11 ihniti|iiiiloi| m'oup in  lliu tilt mi >r nnd pi:o|i|ii i.bnuld be iip|)oli|lci|  un a 1 imi nl ili'i'/ii'imp, II Ipul lieun polnlnd  mil thai' liiilliin Dtiiduntii inii doiiiH wnl)  nl ,Ci\\Htt\t (iridium |iu< nol no Ip Ihhf  illi.lri'.'l,  Annual Dinner Guafifs  H.tl, Tolejihuiio (H��npui)y yvati we|l  reprntionlud at/l|i�� uRimihI rtinnor  inuu|.iiifj of (he Peiiijer ]fnr|>oiir,. nnd  Wuinoh! ^I)��n>l)ur of (Jommorco, iidd  \m\ hVhlny li'ohnipry J2lh ��l, 'Mini  ���Jlni'tj Iiotl^i whon four poiniJu-ny of-  fii:i|||H  M|)|)U(irui1   -m fJIUSHlH    of  Iho  Olmrnhur, hVoin lufl. lliay uru: llnrohl  Idwlnhrook, Hrhn '"Utvuluy, OhuniM*  'm-OBltionri'otcr noiijnffoidf aoi'dhii  MlUitiu). (lluv|ii|mi|i vknj-pruK'hluDJ, l]mn  Mi|Qu|li,v ami Uo)> l]o))Mrlnnn.  Parents Auxiliary -  holds auction sale  WHAT iim I iildY, will Jin iho ory iir��b ^  Aldnn'n Hall, Itnliirrln Creel?, this  i!iii)ihi|t li'ililny whop Hohorbi (Jrmili I'nr-  enlii,Au��ll|nr,y will hold an Auction Halo.  'I'Iid tinllji will Inlui plinm hulwuiiii Ihn  liuiuii of I |i,iii, mid .') |),ni, wilh n ,pui>K  bur of llu|iiii ."on lh��i bloeK", hmhulln^  pluliiin fmnioii, qiiilln, lloim Kuiui i^hiilr,  uiiiiiili-liiiil houluid (lift on I'rioiio, riidip,  JWl'h J"w'!!.!"'^.,!!!!'!. ������iTIfo'Hdj.....,.;..,..,,,. ,.���   Aiiyomi w|m would lliu; lo innlin dim-  iiIIoiih lo (Im Aneliun Halo limy onnlaot  )|i|biniii Cfiieli fli:|io.)|,     .       ,t,  li'nildii   rnlnDil,  |(u   IowihiIh  npuiiii  day  and /iwiiiil.-i niiil.iliiKit: lllt|n cmIran which  cunnul bu liuimhl with i>ebuu| lnnlfjut inun-  ""T)'i'ii"'Cn"iflN Fnir niltied Ihe iipm o| .1>ill|  nil er iiApi.'iiMi,-) wiiro j uilil m\t\ Iho 1'nnniln  AliKlllnry luit, jiii|i:|ini,iid a eiirpef which  ,hnH )ieep hiHinilui) in Dm iiehoo) lihinry.  ji'iituriMiYoiiifi hielndo a rfihimauo and  hullU Mll|lJ, '  ��  pnyriill wupt iip fropi .^i(,:j niiillon in  I Drill whim II1 employed (I.Bflli piitiph:, lo  ���70-1' 'million iirlH7l) w|iuu" 11- om|)lp,yiid  0,011'.!, Capltnl riii|uini(| eauh y<rar lo build  now lolnplmnp pl|i|it wan $10,7 inHllu'n in,  llilid, ioliillcd $1)11 million in IU70 and will  riiunh ahnul $11(1 million In lllVI,. At l|i��  name lime, lliu luvij.-ilnieiil rnqulred nor  |e|ephoim iiomieiitud hi the tiyitluui Iu��h  rimm In fn'M I'rom A^ in I0r>ll,  lu, Iho eviinl of approval lo implement  Hid i:|win/(i)n nou|thl . by Au/iuiii I thin  yoiir, Did'projected 'iiiliinl 11)71 rimmim  hii'i'ii'iKii reiiiiffimt woiild lulal approxl-  malely, $11   million.   Ilnlnit   1071  ntil  liiq)) inieroMl, ritiorf on h'prmworr onpilnl  nnd lislhit.enHlii of li|hor mir| niaMirinlK  liuvp  boon   blamed  for n  propoiiod, lj��-  ereiiHO In  eKehan��|e I'hI'mh by   IXC  Toln-  pltimnCumpimy wl}l��h hits wihmUipil i,in  pow niliiu Hiiiiiilun; ' lo llio (Jimadian  TranHpori, Oompilwioiv I'oiMipprpval,  Cumpuny preH-ident <l. W. HIcbiirdKon  slates "If llm ('.'ompiipy |n 1,0 ipeo) its  ol)|li(nt|iiim In snliiiiirihorni employiieH mid  hivfisinrs, llm propound Increuneii are on-  Henlhd",  lu polllllnil oil! l|)i|t II |h |we|vu yuarit  slne.i ii,.. '���''JWony-JaMl r��v|wirl ||h prle��   um    m     m      m      ,���,���   ml  ���  ..HlrnelururM..i. ^  ycnrr-lltr��-rpro|)n80fl"-i:Am^c|i|��njtcR-  niproved hi.: || ,,h ^\ff\umM������. H   j1, would  romill  Ip  II...  .:o,.,|,nny'i. anu.ial  h-'!!,' !!UI, !.kLl^.L^!..l ,!!.,.^.!!!!!i,ii!   rUmum. \mui\m by mNu *����� million.  OTHBR CHAMQEf)  Colored )e|uplioiin  net  eluirJtnH,  nutde'  only on l|m f(rut. rn.,i:naliiiii|whop �� oiih-  tinner iii|in i�� (;i,i|t��rui| i.uL would be nuluced  In ipll from $1) lor n now' Iniilnlliillnii ni)d  to $'lfrom iffi for a liol in place im��l|ii!  ���(.'I'/Mpmftf*/! pvamiHdH,  In  loiifi dliilnni.'u iiiii'vlee,  Ineieniioii of  from fiv.i in ni) eimiihf.ir llm rirui ��hro����  mlipilnii uf <|iiiiwi|i<lo-puri<iiu enllii ciu.-.i.-  |i||( a dtfihiiii.'u nf IHIO nlr linn ml Inn or le;.a  wiiuld be npiillr.-il, lii||ii||iui' will) hieroiiiiiiii  ul lipinjivu to li',11 eqi.ilii op ntnl|iin-to-  idnlInn iuiIIn ,07 "If Ihin' iillloti or Ionh, A  piopomnl ii||iin|tirip iiiiulpn prnetliiii up  ovniilpip iiiinnlcH ilionn heyund lln:  ,.llu'i!e.-.inliiiihi���,..inliunniin'.i.wuiilil-.,dn a v...*-  imim: ul Ihiiiui inle.-i iiiii.iinii/ii.'d, while  nlheni  would  Inereiii.e by from   Iwo to  WW I,  thai 1:1ml. of VuvKIHUl now lo|op|mpe  illeii will iixWid $IH)'J mllllpm   '  i��� .Propom-.d ijhimimii un .they wunld ap  ply lo Iho riirniiblnu ('.leant,arm'       "' ,  ajhitoiiii', 8c(3h��|i, Pnr�� Mollen  lepiui   A.J  Menldi  Individual  hp.i  'I'wn-liaiiy   ,  Miilll-pioiy  lll|i|ll|i:iiH  li|dlv)iliiii|  linn  Popdor >i��r))qur  Hciildeni'i:    '  liidivldmil linn  Twii-iiiiiiy  Mulll-pniiy,  "Hil��li'iw�� :���-  liidivlfhial liim  m1  HrcHcnl Prop, imnenHd  ���bill)  j 1,  f).0ll  :i.iio  ;i,ai>  lliill      l��.V0  .tin,  ,4li  ii.iii)  fi.ui)  a.liii  \ IK7II  i/10  'Il.illi'  ;i.imi  7,7b     I,  .lift  ,io  ���'~r'-  WH* T<:li:|ihoi)ti  llinl .applied  foi' ��V"'* ) ,,,!VM" "'"||M I"!|; OlhlOlo.  wgiUcd hard, in prdcr to get an pptlet  ���here hut lo no, nyatl.'A}! a.f onpe we e?r  h pouplp pf peppjp wij^h what m\\st have  ^becn a different approach qng sudcjcrjly  wo ��ct a hqupr s|ore,*' ho said.  The Picsidept also c)rpw ^t|entipp tp  Ihe fact lhat it hf^ been hpped op"ya.--  ious occasions \o get Jffpp, Isabel JPftv^sop  IP a meeting as a, t{pest s?ppi$ejv ��A}} we  pel. is tbcpld rup-iu-pppd, flpd^jfwopld  ���seem to ipc ���Mrs;' Pwwsop has'forgoticn  those who voted for her/*.. hd acJdecj. .Jie  also eK|n:��iued thai, the Pender, Harbour  area KcKipnal.Director, .)iip Type')-, lpid  been listed lo a|lend a .mpclipg hhftp  dale has.failed lo. ninl��o it. He alsp.su��-  Itofiled . Dial perhaps cop��rat.p|afiops  would, be in order on-Mr. TynerV np-  pninliuent, i.h C)(u|f}ntu) of the I^p��ipim|  Unarp. '        '''���'.'  Tribute' was paid Ihe secretary Mrs,  pprecp'U'B who, said Mr. )3enji|f|o|d,'has  douo her Job wu|l. He oxpj}flhpcf'4,|'in)i  without a secroliiry lo |.fi|fo inipu|,efi tipd  send out Inters there would he pp Chamber. ���    "   ���    , ^���.',��������� ���";,'  .Con.'ddei-'aWa.ilisitusl was, cxpresspfl n,t  I he nitiiude of viiriouii people hi Ihe iljub-  Wnyii Di;parlmonl fwllpwiim a eonfl|cijpn  of lol lorn rn/!(irdinj{ rp'nuesi. by fjie Chaip-  hur for rather morn iKloqiuilp d|rei:||pniii  nl/uiN for Ihe Ii'rnn'i.is Hunlnsulfi, M��floi|'a  I'arii, finrdcu l)ny nnd '%mnpi, i:ijt-offi(.  f>nn reply Indlealed Hu. request', wun  a|)|irovei,t and , ��||Ui|i   would  bp  e|-ei!),w|,  .This was followed hy nnolher iel|er iftaT-  jim Ihn work euiild nut lu. considered at  fl'fiii'Hm?:', ,      ���       ,���','���'  Aiiolber Inline feom'llii! Chamber ha.)  Iiumi.i iient to Ihu Dnpnrliuiinl. drawipH a).  leiillpu In |tarh/ii(i! diuuplni{ nl Kpverh-  men), whaiiii In Iho aj-eti. fioply {yum Mr.  W.  Underwood lilnlod  thai   Ihn Dtlpnrl,.  ,uienl' l.'^uoi In ibo /mrbai(o hushiess.  TEi<EPHQHE SRBVICE  Mr, Hob llohorbiui), pf l|ie J),q, f|'��)p.'  r-itoo P��8b A-|!  Ad-Briefs  point  ihe way  to action!  i       * ��� '   1 '  hi Today's Classified;-  ��������'��� "���������'��� n����������iii��im.w><nwi.lii����>��>iW.��ii��>ii,a ,.���ii.1..,,  It'.l'.NA i.uwli)/) innchine, l:!xf:ti||.m| pp'pdju  l|on, 'Har��n|i) nl f/lj,  **"""'"    ���"���-���. ������ .,   ...-���! ��� -'��� 1 'iit 111 rr<ii���hit MI...H.n u.T  ��� limes C|ni,i|fM:> rc(Kh over 2,600 'homm  (|0,00Q (Ofldqm).  ��� Time C|nw.|IMu no IN'IO iho hninon . , ,   ,., nol nn.lawnu,..miuuu.oi-In-cu|w��m��,~���--^--.  ��� T)n)c�� ciovMllpd* prp lewceji. hlfll)��>eion^  mUl rtivlnlou nl |I��| iixli|)ii||jj��i ruin Minn-  mfii iii Hlfill apd llm ii|riifi|nre npiirnvinl  Hirn Hller pubbfi ht��r)pj!s by-th"1 n'nol-  alory ajie'iiey J111.1 been Jn effect and up:  rliiuiiti'd nine.: January !, I��h0.  filip-'i. thai liim:, I ileriod falen on  money hi||-rowi:i'l jiy |)((J, TohiPhopo |0  expand |iVfiie|)il|eK hi meet ei|i.|onii;r cm  ,rii!lrpp)ci��iii hfis riiioii if�� ni|f per rm\ from  u\h pur eupf in UJIil), The i:niupnny'i�� lulal  A  variety uf mti.i:i!||iipiini|ii  hnrvleen--  imhmn l|M.iii iii)|iiiii:d   phom: mimhurn,  lliiiK-��i'H)-<b*irf{iw-����#iv|i.*�� op'|r?nf{<-tl|)it��pro"  ntll.-i,, be)) i;)ihn*.'ii,,,��'it;.;r��|l��rlal,'ah.ivvwilu��  M!|'vji:if(  Hwiii.'hhiK  l<uyn and  llm  lilui  -  iiImi would  hnvii Im.-reniieil rales,' Maillo- '  lelnphniiil hiiivIcij would |i|i:|eip.i! |iy $'|i��()  muilthly ip Did equipment iopliil i,iiarnii  for ii. pifjiiiie ,ni|i|pi  i.oplii per mliiuie for  epliopi'} uiul by five  oi:a) etdlu. '  P|��ono 005-9654  PI|p|io llfiei open Sundayf cla����lficd  deadline |�� Sunday everting.  1  n  1 nj  ���y-  Volume 8, No- |2J��� WEPNKDAYl FEBHUA1Y. ��. l*F1->   '  * \ |kipped bail charge  ianii^O days in jail    .  ���f$&tfas to appear ih pqprt fqllowi^it  a,  vem.apd  January 31st  in -Secltelt,  led fe a, Missiop man goipg lo 'jail Jer  : thirty days when he'was finally bt'owghi  pefpre  Jud.ge  Charles  Mittelstcadt  las'f*x  ,'j^opda,y februfivyi^h. '     ' ' ���  .Theod.pre Itpbert Oljgny was' charged  "Japilary 3Qth after capsipg a, di^.tmh.9upe  pa a ivlotor    Traps^prt    bus trwelling;     "N-  between Pepcler Harhpuv apd. ^echeit-. He  appeared the follpwing day hut was rc-  . leased on bail of $1Q0 pending trial Fehr..".._  ruary 3rd. He fgiled| tp appear.^p���M$........,.  date and  subsequently^was  ar>"ested in  jtyjission and "brought bacli to ^cchettfor ���  trial-  For pausing a disturbance .resulting  from - drunkness, Qtigpy wp fined |1��Q.  Gn a second charge of facing tp fippcar  in court be was sentenced to 30 $a'ys"Jail  and.ordered to forfeit his $100 qash ball. ., "���  ��� ���     ���     ���  '��� George Pellet|er of Sechelt apRearc^  on the 10th of February to answer $  charge pf impaired, driving" He was  charged following a routine check by ppl-  ice February 6th.  Guilty as charged, he was fined $300  and   suspended    from   drivin'g    for   s|x  months. It was staled he had a previous  eonviction of failure to tfi)ie a breathijiyzer  ��� test.  "'""'' "'"���'."  Thotnas Fyle pf Vancouver entered  a "not guilty" plea to a charge pf laiipre  to take the breathalyzer test. Incident  occurred last Qctoher but trial was re- L'f  mended to February 12th. " h*  -. Found gpilfy as pharged, Fyfe was  finpd $100 and suspended from driving  for 30 days.    ���  =  3'.�� .V  iu.  ''"^  -I1  M  A"%  ['\  s i  "7^  f-  11  1   t\%  **M  *   Ik     t#   hMJ^��*   M/fi  # I* I*   ���   *  tl   * % I   lii'tll At* ������   ifc I  a *���*** ��������� mi ���'  t  Pqge A-2 Fonig$iufa Ti^os, Wednesday, February 17, tyft  T"Tr"'"""r"r"*t""~'*.'"'*""'"'"''*"'*",*~"r-"n^'tr*T"'^���r*~r nniinri  WORK WANTf)(> tC��ifc)       REAL ESTATE (Cpiftfifae^  FULL   lime  or   day   care  offered   for   children   (n   my  PKNDErl Harbeur���3 becftrn.,  split level horpe, 3,0 yrs. Qn  home in S6ch,eli phopfc 88,5- highway". 4 ^evcfe over ��0P' it-  aagg aslc for App\       ^933,12- watevfropt,  tf4cl>  $&{&   883-  2701 Uocnestfcv   Realty, P3?-  :   WANT6D  ��W-tln  j-  & M  \ \  published Wednesdays by  Sech'e|j PeriinsulcTTimes- Ltd.,  ���   . at Sechelt, 0,C.  Established 1963  ' Member. Audit Bureau  oJ Circu|qtloiis. '  September 30/1970  Gross Ctaufotion 2920  Paid Circulation 2446  As filed with the Audit Bureau  of Circulation, subject to audit.  Classified Advertising Rates:  3-Line Ad-'8riefs (12.words) -  One   Insertion   ; ��� $bOD  Three. Insertions j__. . $2,00  intra Hues (4' words) .,__���-20c  (This rare does not apply to   ���  ���'commercial Ad-Briefs)  Box Nprhbefs ���A,��� 10c extra  l   5Qc Boak-kteping charge is added  for Ad-Briefs not paid by  .'* . ���   publication date.  Legal   or  Reader   advertising   35  per ?��nnr line.  Subscription Rdtes-H*  By Mail:  Local Areo . P $6.00 yr.  Qurside Local Area . $7,00 yr.  U.S.A.   -j-, W-W V*>  ' Overseas-* . $10,00  yr.  ���    .Special Citizens,  Local 'Areo ���, _$3,50  Canada ���^-^ $4.00  By Carrier ���..-_,_���l_._.60c mo,  Copyright and/or property, rights  .subsists in ajl display advertising  and other rridtenal appearing jn  this edition of the Sechelt Peninsula Times Ltd. Permission to re-  prpduee whplly or ip part and in  any form whatsoever, particularly  by 0 photographic or offset process  " in a publication, must.be obtained  ANNOUNCEMENT  1971 CENTENNIAL CALEN-  tiARS, ready for Christmas  Mailing. $1 (includes Pioy,  Tax). Available at the Mun,i-"  oipal Office, Qibsons,   5592-tfn  OBITUARY     "~~ "  SMEARS���On February' i;  1971, Eileen Mav^pferite, of  Victoria, B.C., 'aged 85-years.  Survived by sister Dorothy  of, Calgary, brother pydney, *  Carman, Man., brother Reginald, Sechelt. nephew Alee  Bi&wp of Calgary. Fpi-merly  of Robert's Creeki B.C. Fun-;  era) February 4, 1971. Crema-  tion. ' 5932-12  ttEIlVO-r-Pe^ruary .9, 1971,  Charles Btfavftiijs Heinp; of  Qibsons., in nis 77th ye1^r. Survived by 1 son, Maicplrn,-_Mpn-  treal; 2 dapghter, Mrs. Ji. .P.  (Joyce) "Benson, and Mrs. H.  (Pat) Booth, both of Vancouver; 10 .grandchildren, funeral service. Friday, February  12 at 1 p.mT, from the Family  Chapel of.the rliarvey funeral.  Home, Gibsons. Rev. P. Morgan officiating. Cremation. In  tjeu of fllowers ct?matipps to  St.   Mary's   Hospital,   Sechelt. -  5937-12  IN MEMOR1AM  D12SBIENS-r-rIn   loving   memory of a dear wife, Mable,  who passed away one year ago  WrJITft Elephant items' urgently-regtured for uppprri-  ing Sechelt Kinsmen Auction.  For pjck-urJ phofie 8&5-244;3  or   885-2475, . 5929-18  RSA^ ESTATE  TE|N wooded acres near^oh-  erts. Creelv for sale, $8,000.  Ph.  733-8903' (Vancouver),  .   ' 5812-t2a  CHARLES ENGLISH LTD,  Real Estate & Insurance  SUNNYCREST   SHOPPINQ  CENTRE  ..Qibspps, B.C;-  ,     8813,2481  LANQDALE,    VIEW     kOTS: .  Thompson Rpa.d, cleared,  ready for building with water hookup paid for. $4,150 PP.  Johnson' Road, rough oleared,  $3,500 PP. (MtS>-   "'  .  880-2481       ���.-������"���-  GIBSONS    VILLAGE:*   New  two bedroom home 'on cl'gajS  ed  lof with manificent view  BLOeK-JBROS.  Phone Mr- Good 688-8790  collect pr W-4441*  Fov fast service on all prop-  ��    ertica and businesses,  !       BLOCK BROS..  R|AL ESTATE (Cqnt,)._ . _.  $PPWX 21 acres prime fe-  "tpre residential property, el-  eva'ted yiew, lane access,' close  "tp pew subdivisions, mainly  buah. Seohelt Village, $30,000,  Will sell hlpck or 5 acre lots.  Cash1. Box 31Q1 The Peninsula  Times, Sechelt B.C.     4489-tfp  CARS ���� TRUCKS  WANTED TO BUY  FOI^ SALE (qwMmptfl  gpod rubber, $350, Phne,.8fi5-  20B5. .    ,      mutn  PQNTIAC liaurentian 2  door    3-10 ACRES  with  Plder type    CipNCHiELAS-^qluf "bfeed-  pne driver car, new .brakes,       hpma, ov, Cflbini   pypfei-ably       ing st'pp'lc and young apim  "~        year-jound strearp jan;d  view     " "  "       -������-���-  of Strait or Inlet. Reply giving full pqrtieulars re location and " price tp Bp* No,  5921 cAj�� Pepinspla*Times,  Box 310, Soehelt, B.C,  5021-12  "56 AUSTIN, new tires, dutch,  brakes,    gen.    V.R.,    plpgs,   points,  Sacrifice at $125.  Ph,  EJCCEY^IhENT" romitierciai' "lot    ^5-2607. ������    - .5Q30-14  r-  centre Sechelt���highway    ~���=���= '��� ��� ���  ���locxition, level and .cleared. All'   '58 NQMAD Chev SW, V8, AT,    FOR ^SAL^ ���       '."''*  services   available,   Bo'x   1104       PS^PB   OffersJfUwrte 880-    -���A ^r^   Pevuris'tila Times,"       llQ^-tfn   2oa7- ���   5945-12 " ��" IT'S sipl.s A ifa -Mo  als, reasefrable. Exhibition  type muffed tiupbler pigeons,  good breeding stock, cheap.  Small size oil heater and .barrel, suit smalil house, $20. Ph,  885-93Q3. $874-13  H. B..GORDON  8( KENNETi LTD  P.O. BOX 123.            llQ4-tfn  5 ACRES; VUlage of Sechelt,  5948-tfp elevated Yie\y property, undeveloped. ,$10,000 eas^h, Box  5819, o-o B&x 310, The Times,  Sechelt, B.C. ��� 5819-tfn  , Morgans.  6V  88ff-D330, Seohelt, B.p.      v  88934 fn  ^  Sechelt, B.C  Phone'885-^013  Real--Esiate and Insurance  rr^ Buyip'g or Selling ���*-  If You Don't. Try Us First  ���-:> LISTINGS WANTiD  Try Us Last  ���mm*  IMMACULATE      .  ���     3 BEP^QM H��MI   .  Large living 'TOppi; washrppri)  and smart ������ bathroom, WrrW  carpet throughout. Ideal for  a family, close to sctipol and  \yaitipg[  for1 coast  properties.  Phppe  colleof Bill 'Hartle  of,  .Jipx  ���".Mejotesh,    113-985-4151,'  , ���'- 24 .Jipvirs  HigHigne) R^ctlty Ltd.  3197 Mgenmnl Blvd.  NtnHh Vaneopver, B.C.   ' 5820-12  PENrJIR HARBOUR: \Ve are  'pleasect"to offer for sale a  44 ac\ WF property with ex-  . cellent access. There is an older 2 bclrm. house'Situated a-  HEAVY" Van���1908 ForcT 1  ton 302 V8, 3 speed excellent condition, sell fast for  cas,h. Write Box 5920 c/o Peninsula Timeb, Box 310, Sechelt  B-   C '^ 5920-12    SIIOULP ypi, wear plpthes tp."       .     . .5041-12  ~r~^'���.'".'...j..-.' ���'���"���-.-;-'         a   weddini*?   Find   the   mis-     ~^������;��� ������-���'���"���;'������-: :��� ���'��� rA\ .::".m'-;-'.--'  we'r" in Piffta: Kg new    'mW^ Trailer-ai'  Shasta,  21    INCH   black   and"   white  T.V.   with   stapd,   as" new.  Phone 883-33Q4.        *���5Q58-12  BOOTS, new and used, paulks,  " steal too, etc, Sechell Shoo  -Renew; 5902-12  ���, ��������:���~   ELNA sewing ipachino, Excellent   condition,   Bargain   at  $75.   Phone  085-2240.    5940-12  ������ -i .-.,, .i  .������,,-���  TWO garden tables   74x39x30.  Large trunk. Old model TV  1210 Hackett St. Ph. 885-9897  Truck,, overhauled   and  in. good   condition,   $800  Or  pear  Offei*.  Phope   885-2858.  5928-12  book, at TitfeTintes; Bookstore,       ss    n?w>   Arborile   kitchen.  Sechelt. ^Isp "fi^d all the rat-    set,   centrifugal   pump,   movie  e a t     Caiiadiana ������ National' --sW��n ai>cJ ^cces^rie^1 P'1;  MlWATURE male black poo-  ��� die. "pierre" lost' in Half-  Pioon Bay area. Reward for  ipformation resulrtng in his  return. Phone 8(15-9904 eves.  885^0713 days. 5948-tfn  MUSIC  WW carpet and,firepjlace. Sun    P0'X 1�� m-p" ^ th^ shoppirtg    mppg   numerous   fruit   trees,  in writing from the publisher. Any r loday    Sadly   1T1iSSed   but   not  Mnsuthorjzed reproduction vvill be  spbigct to recourse in low,  Sechelt Peninsula Times Ltd,  "%.���.',. Z..:: '..   ...        ==  COMINO EVENTS  SEE .Twilight   Theatre .ad  in  this "paper   for   coming   at-/  tractions.' Phone 880-2827.  581fl 8  forgotten.   ���Her  band  Paul.  loving   hus-  5931-12  DESBIENS���In   loving   memory   of   Mable   who   passed  away  February  18th,  1970.  Sadly missed along the way,  'Quietly   remembered   every  day. "   -  Missed liy  her loving moth-  TWILIGHT THEATRE  Gibsons ....  er,   Mrs.   L.   Walker  and   her  sister  Nellie. 5927-12  deck and- utility.. $21,000 FP.  If you qualify this cap be  yours for a surprisingly low  down payment.  886-2481. ; -..'.  GIpSONS VILLAGE:' (MLS 0-  2507R). Extremely well built  and attractive two bedroom  home oji Glassford Road, han^  dy to amenities, no hills to  climb. Large LR with fp,  good sized BR's, modern kitchen and bathroom. Garage  and workshop. A very we.U  planned house in immaculate  condition. $20,900 PP, some  terms  possible."  886-24&1"  GI|��ONS IfllGHTS: ' Good  sized iotsj fully serviced, only- $3,000,  terms possible.   In-  -voot-igaitc   the -ptia^iUlUies   ol"  mall Lge. lot, 75x300. |2!2','5bQ'.  Call  Charlie. King,   885406$.  Blqek Gavin & Co, Ltd.  '  59#12  EWART McMYNN  RIALTY 8, iNSURANGi  Multiple Listing Service  Box 238, Gibsops, B.C.  Member  Vancouver  Real  Estate Board  ���v    ...    PHONg. 880-2248  ,-jr     .     i.1-- ..-���������  Notary Public  ROBERTS CREEK; Large ,lot  on Lower Roberts Creek  Road- .Size 135x211x156x120-  ft. 135 ft. road frontage. Selectively   cleared    with    reten-  smalii barn- Offers invited on  $49,000 full price. Terms too.  WELCOME WOODS: Near  geciielt.. Only $1,500 down  on this fine 75'x200' partially  cleared lot. Well located.  $2,500  full price.  ROBERTS  CREEK: Just   few  steps'to beach. Large wooded lot on good road. Serviced.  Only $3,000.  GIBSONS:    Prime   view  ..lot,  70x120, all services, on blk.  lop.   $1,500,   down -on   $5,000  FP.  GIBSONS: J3etter han Q acres m excellent locations  Comfortable 3 bdrm. home,  large kitchen and living room,  full   unfinished   bsmt.    Small  PIANOS ��� Tuned, repaired &  ���refinisbed        professionally.  J?h. 885-9ti39. 5695-tfn  Dream,' 'Sibir, Chilcotip Holiday, Cranberry Portage, Continental Water-boy, Books' from  Queen's Printer, Fondue cookbooks, Roberts Rules of Order, now in paperback. Sunset hobby series, Children's  books. Phone 885-9054.  ���'���-" 5807-1 fn  ORDER   your   garbage   incinerator   at   $3.50   each   from  Sechell   Kinsmen.   Phone  885-  2475. .-,.;��� 5898-tfn  885-9570.  5910-14  LIVESTOCK  PROPANE 4:i'tchen range, re-  ��� gulator and two tanks propane.   $90  cash.   880-7536.  ���5835rl4  ,22   CU.   FT.   Deep   Freeze, "6  months  old,  $140.   Also   15'  Speed boat fibreglass with 35  HP    Bviurude,    $165.    Phone  . after fi p.m. 886-9070.   592(5-12  MARINE ACCESSORIES  Paint ��� Fibreglass ��� Rope ���  Caiivas ��� Boat Hardware  Compressed  air service  NYGREN SALES  (1971) LTD.      '  Phone 886-9303,  Gibsons, B.C.  - 5887-tfn  QUALITY Feeds at Fair Prices.  .Hay, Straw and Bucket-fields  G/rains. Pui-nta..Agent for Sunshine Coast. Free delivery.  Pratt Road, Gibsons. Phone  886--7527. 5772-tfn  LEGAL NOTICES  Village of...Gihsons  TENDER   FOR   ROCK  WALL  Centennial Projeet ��� Gibsons  Tenders marked "Pioneer  Park" will he received by the*  undersigned' Up  lo   4:00   p.m.  PERSONAL  HOW DO I  LOVE THEE?  Starring: Jackie Gleason,  Maureen O'Hara, Shelly Winters   and   Rosemary   Forsythe  Wed.,   T-hprs.i   Friday  Feb.  l'7, 18 and  19 at 8 p.m..  TELL TMfM WILLIE  BOY  IS HERE  Starring   Robert  Redford   and  Katheripe Ross  In  Color   i.  ��. Sat., Sunday and Monday  Feb. 20, 21  and 22 at 8 p.m.  ' 5943-12  PIRTHS","-  rr~7���,-  '.-,... 1'���7 ��  GIBSONS WESTERN DRUGS  .  ,   ,  is   pleased  to  sponsor this  Birth   Announcement   space,   and  extends Best Wishes to the happy  . pprerftlKT  building your dream home  here, buy a lota,nd we will arrange financing for the house.  We have house plans, drop in  ALCOHOLICS Anonymous ���  Meetings 8:30 p.m., Thursdays, Wilson Creek Community Hall. Ph. 885-9327, 886-  2343. "      4979-tfn  WISH to contact Latter pay  -Saints members. Ph. .885-  9547 or 886-2546. 4505-tfn  WORK WANTED  EXPERIENCED dry wall acoustic & textured ceilings, now  in Gibson's area and serving  the Peninsula. Free Estimates.  Fast service. Phone G & W  Drywall,  804-5315.        4208-tfn  CHUCKS painting & decorating: Guaranteed  work,  reasonable  rates.  805-2375.  5492-tfn  Member of the Multiple Listing Service  SECHELT AGENCIES LTD.  SECRET COVF: "No,  1583-P  Secluded 160 ncfes, trios stream and 0, soulhody outlook oyur  Thormnnhy Wdnds, A mile oil paved road. Only $50,000, Call  Bob Kent, 885-9461: ,'    '    '     '"���'  WEST SECHELT ' No! 1930  On poved rend, Choice 80 loot lot, About "j or.ie Tremendous  Ylew potential  Cnll Boh Kent, 885-9461.    ^,  WEST SECHELT WATERFRONT  Boaiitiful 2 liodrooin Walorfront hnmq.  Eircplace, qotomotlc nil  furnpco, car port. A real bonny,. In A-l rondiuan, l.ni 6|/u  1.12  nrrfls.tjrViMnu.   1>35,0O0 wilh' % 15,000 down.  To viuw coll Pctor  ( Smith, fl05 9463, ^      SECI-IELT VILLAGE   ' ' ., No. 192.1  Level, rlimrud, dry lol, 63'xl22", Ooi��l Mruol For bhorl llnjo  only $,'1,350 ilrm prico, cash. Tills Ifi n RIAL Buy, Coll Polor  Smith, 885-9463. ' '      .  WEST SECIILLT  No, 19-17  Wnlcirlmi'il lol, auntie dniui 10 pobblu' Imach. Nlru irmnt'-riimoln.  Firm nrlrii $i:i(500 with ROOT) down. To Vlnw Coll Rolor Smith,  805^46,1,  SECHCLT, , ��� Nn.   I064i  '���AllriKllvu 3 bodrooni all ulnruir, homn on 1,000 ^\ It, l.niQO |nl  V with mony boll lions nnd shrnlis, Cifirborjii, uaidun sliml, 'C|osij 10  w.hoo| nnd db'ipplna, Full prku $23,950, For nppolnlmmil Phono,  Pnn hoddun. 08h.95O4.  WEST, irCI-IHl.T   J '.-;' No,  IV1  1 Qq[ bnok'tn Iho land nn-lbis wo|| msIoIiIIsIxuI Mririll Jnim,  L��v��il  niounil,  gnilil (jfowlnu  will,   ?,/���"!  (ilmiuid Ond   iindur. culllvaimn,  ift'Olflflt, [t/\u>  br'rii��i   Iwo  boiliooui,  aniln'iu��,  r.lilt:K��n' 'roup,  Hydro,  -^y9(f-y4|fii^phortrj'''��li��prpr-piimp,on'-'\v��l|^nenr"iicbof��|~fi|a/r)00'--f��n'"  Inrmit,   I aiij'i   discounl ' (or   "ish    lo   vl��vv   coll   l>mn   Haddmi,  BB5.9504, ��� :....' '"     '    ,   .  ROOFRTS CRFEK  No,  1043  (> ficr^i^ fin llio' hlc��l'|Wfiy, I'ailly r.Ririniil, sorno fruit lr"��s, (imillo  filnpir rind vlnw ol tlm oc.mn "Cofnfnrinhlft 7 bedroom 'linrno sylth  (lr��|i|orii, recmilly iinnoiliillnid,'hydro 220 Volh, [ilionii; wiill ond  ftprma I;iiH l^rlro $ M,A0O, far ilmmls roll Don Hndrlnn, RflfJ.9S04,  VilHS^NS VVAIFRFRONI         1ll .    ' A     N".  1940  Gldor lyp* tv<�� lmdioomlV.it.iMi, (��y��l lo Imtich, |��i H<iod t.lat�� ,ul  f��unlf,    Pln'1   fl^ti'O   wnbu'fironl    lof $19,000 I'nUir   A'lbbuiii,  ffl'6-79?l, '               ,    ;'",,. ' ,1. ,      '���  ROfll.RTS CRrFK ' No,  186/  Siiinll form ol 4,f) nrnn, ll'nrk lll'.o biiiiOuiHlinoi. Y��or rVmivl coitik,"  v/i,m)At,im MM\W,2'm,    '���;    ������ .   ,,  Af.K TOR DUR FREE CATALOGUE OF RFAL f SI ATE  Box  12$, Sechalt  Phona nnr> 2235  if*,i%b,?.,i  and have a look.  880-2481  LANGDAfcE HEIGHTS lots.  Sop'ry, all gone, the original  subdivision is ;SOLD OUT  But here's news, if you like  -that area. There is a new subr  division in the. making, adjoining the present one. Keep  in touch with u;s, so you can  have first chande on the new  lots. .  ',     .  ... ..MMJM.l. ...-  OPEN ftfOUSE  SEE   THESE   TWO' MEW   2  BEDROOM HOMES ON SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 21st FROM  12   to   5   p.m.   AT  SEAVIEW  'ESTATES ON HIGHWAY 101  AT   SOUTH   FLETCHER   IN  GIBSONS.      LOCATED   , ON  LOVELY VIEW LOTS WITH  UNDERGROUND'    WIRING  FOR TV, HYDRO, ETC. FEATURING    WALL .TO   WALL  C ARPETTINC1,    . FIREPLACES, CRESTWOQD  KITCHENS,  carports,   Utility.    AVAILABLE    NOW,  WITH    LOW    DOWN    PAYMENTS   ON   $31,000.  flHfl-2481  Jack White  8fio-ao;i6  Ken  Croiiby   \  8HU-aQI)B  ,luy Vluser  BBB-2300  5047-12  Hon of lai-ger trees. Conven-  ient to beach access Full price  $5,750.    ,  GIBSONS    VILLAGE^   Neat,   two bedroom home on lev-  el, landscaped lot. Close to  beach,, boat launching, shops  and post office. Attractively  panelled living room. Garage,  driveway, sundeck and utility  room. This is a very comfortable well kept house. Suit-  able for a yohng couple or rer  tired person. Down payment  only $5,000- Full price $14,700.  8. per cent interest on any balance, Offers and Terms.  WATERFRONT PROPERTIES: $8,g00' down can put  you in a large new home on a  prime waterfront view lot- on  the Francis Peninsula, Pend-  ^er Harbour, Full price only  $2rl,00(). ALSO, we still have  two waterfront lots left for  under  $10,000.  GIBSONS AREA: If it's an  older home you are looking  for we have a nice three bedroom honie,, ��l|.eileclrie,. oft-"it'  lovely .- view lot close to all  services for under $.15,000, Or  of it's acreage you are looking-for we have five-seoludud  iicros for $0,000.       .   '    .,..*,.  LISTINGS WANTED  Vincef?rewer.lfc      886-9359  -/Wally Peterson     886-2877  Box 230, Gibsons,-n,C,  5042-12  ��� horn   and-other   uutb'uildiiigs.     Monday, March   I,  lii'/l  at the  $25,000 on easy terms. Municipal      Office,      Gibsons,  LISTINGS  WANTED BC;   for   l^'e   instruction .of  t^gff1VTW^mi^l'm>>^.  OUT OF TOWN MORTGAGES  OUR SPECIALTY  Ists, 2nds, & 3rds  PHONE COLLECT  879-4166 or 879i6701   Mft.  EODDA  K, BUTLER REALTY  ~^ LTL7       ~~  ALL   TYPES   INSURANCE  Gibsons, B.C.  Phone 886-2000  MEMBER  MULTIPLE LISTING  ,   SERVICE  5912-11  M0BIU& HQMIS  ���64 LOX -,.  MADEIRA PARK SUBDIVISION  'Tho b��5t Inroo vlow lots In Pender Norbofir���overlooklno tha  lloibotir nnd Gulf, closo to stoias qnd schools���lb��i��o lots can  Im purchased Willi n,v.��ry low down payment find poymonls  ns low as $.15 por monih.  90' Waterfronl lor or Ponder |-|nrbQur~-~$70QGY'   * ' u.,''  Y* Aero suml-wqlorlrant lot at Earl Coye���$3QQQ,  6Mi Acros, Madolio Park,  1100' frontons on lllabwny���$8000,   '  ���       ���       .      . .   ��� -<���-*>  30 LOT '  EAKI. COVE SUBDIVISION  U'mo' clmlcb MtinKwnlMifionl  lolb a  few lnindr��i| bin)  (rom  ,     lioar-hppd lloblno, IVl��;vd 'rom t;i000 in .$'3700,  *  ,,-���.p.  *^MunV"��illT��^Iow"a7i^  i    ' ��. .  Tprmn nvalloblo.nn abnvfl pr6per||��m,  Plferouni for Cash.  ,.    0LL1SLADEY   :  , Modalra Park, B.C.  Plwno Ponder Itarboifr fl83-25.33  \ 64x12 FOUR bedroom mobile  fiorrte for sale.' Washer, dryer, completely furnished. $9,-  000. No. 24, Sunshine Coast  Trailer Park, Gihsons. Phone  BRfl-2435. 5011-13  24x00   DOUBLE   wide   trailer  demonstrator   for   sale,    By  appointment only. Phone 805-  2153 after.'61p.m.        6034-1 fn  fOR RENT  HALL for rent, Wilson Creek  Co'mmtiuiiy   H"H-   Cnnlaci  IV^rs.    Diane   Anderson,-   IJfl[i-  2305, *        5455-M'n  HPUSEKEEPING room" "for  wnrklnfj gent, Clean,-warm,  private entrance,- AH found,  For rent- at Sojnia Park. Ph.  (105-0535, .;. 5075-tfn  TWQ bedroom home, -QlNons,  unfurnished,    $100    month.  Phono  020-1024, BHP-Mfri  S'EMI-furnjsbed huIIo,, nvull-  nble March 1, 'Private enl-  mnco. view find bearlu, 13��vIh  Buy. Phono BfiD-^lfiTaiier 0  plm, for iippoinlnioril In'view,  ��� 5o;i;i-i;i  nmrSiii?i��D~miUii��e,: nil   nl-  untrio,   availablu   In, JiuVo*"  ,Orio bedrnonj, 0115-0740,  5040  1/lTNWilNIfllIKiJ one"'. bnrl-  ". rnoln Hfiiiriniofil- wiih frldno,  Htovi) iil|d ciirpul In Heiiliull,  Pli,  IIII5.2IHI2, 5030-1 fn  FUl'lNIHini:!) nullii   cenlriilly  lofiiitiid    In    rilhtfonK,    li��li  and lioiil Inidiidiid kuIIiiIiIu loi  rockwork in connection with  the Village of Gibsons .-Cen-  lenniail project at the corner  of Marine Drive and Highway  No.   101   in  Gibsons. * --   ''������  Sketch plans and further information may be obtained by  contractors from the undersigned at the Municipal Office, Gibsons, telephone 886-  2543.  DAVID  JOHNSTON,  Municipal  Clerk  February   12,   T,0?1  593Q-pub. .Feb.  17,  1071  ��r  ")  WEST SECHELT" .    ��� ..  Reliremcnt  Investment:   Close   to   beechy���haasc  presently   rented  at- llOO/month; property could be divided into 3 lots'; ideal tor  country store. F.P,  $17,500. Terms.  CENTRAL���GIBSONS    -  Waterfront Lot;  Good investment  property.  On  poved  rood,  all  services; F-P. $7,000.00.  shoal rd.���gibsons" T"  Fantastic View Lor in exclusive area overlooking Georgia Straits  & Islands. Note the excellent terms: $150Q Down. Balance $40/  mo  at 9%.  10% discount for cosh-  WII'ITE   RPACI3   ATTRACTS  ATTENTION  USE IT  ABBS ROAD���GIBSONS  ���Psn^.MM-.'thls-'&e^ lasr-RvsllflWR.  lots in the- area. Lovely "view lor; close to' shopping, beach ofc.  Vpry >yp||'priced as awn^r r^psf gn^lous ta sell. F-P. $4500; Cash.  SOUTH. FLETCHER A'"-' __   ^  One qf the most retisonably priced lots in the viTlprje.. 'Soon (P^p.  on sewer system? Next to Kinsmen Park. 80' Road frontage. F.P.  $3-350.       ���  SUBDIV. WH-SON CREEK  ��� 5 Boautilully cleared lols, some view in vory quiet & oxclusiyo  area, price from $9,000���$12,500.' .  SARGENT 'RD--GIBSONS  Older.type 5,'room l,iisa in need of ronoyalino, in area of o����d  homes, 220 wjdag-rrA/O furnace; Fantastic view. Good Invest-  menl. F.P,'$l4<btl0. Terms,  MacGREGOR PACinC REALTY LTD;  pOX 799 ���.GIBSONS  John L. Bjack; 885-2323 or 886-731$  ,   Lorrie Girard: 886-7244 or 886-7760  ' '     '        '       i  y Daddy!"  f|ii|o|    wf|rkiii|(  uiiB-vanv,  IIIIUI  HOOM   for   ntn'i , In  -L--|'|)nfif!--ll/lfl^0'lV0;���  ,Phono  liW-ia  Hueliull,  ">fif>M��|-M  Wlnsft ilmMy oon>���� |io|i)c It's n.itront  cyn|ii (or dip itnni|l fry^.d'tdiflcn ftrc  \my spi^lnl |)i.'i��|)lti, Wliui) (|in|i||uK  hid mil ul lowii mul i-iin'i como Ikiiiio'  Ihey |i:i|ve u void ll|i|l cup Im flllml  ill only one Wiiy,,.n |iiii|IiI|M|Iih:u  lu|u|)||ii|iui.'ii|l, Cull liiiiimiilleii,  yiiiillllii'lilmicwiiull'|irouiw".'ial]  Iliu'^iiiiilli.-OM.  B.O;TEk  i, Hicrmoi/M, rui'iiiiiiKtii ����  Inun lur roi'ti uonr Tlllliiuin  AStiy,  I'll, Illlli-��I00,    ,     BIHM-I!*  1   n  \       '      ���, '   ,rt.,.MM,  WANTI0 TO RRN'f"  ji-'a fiMftOOIvl bniiM) wmibtd  io   'f'Mil,    Piiiiilur    lliiibifur  hm, Pi\(itw'im'4!\'JA  ,   ;������'���"       , i' fMW-lfn  Atiir'i pm ml miy lOiic'Siiiiiltfi' when  mm! limn iliMiiiuv nit ft iii,' Imi er  imi miii mil,illicit iim'Hbfii'in  I iiflin/ii, Uiiium iifMiiliiiii. Im m, murlt  iImii *l 'H/���r)mlmitn"I'laite flircH  )v��i iliiaMi/uitti'iHilry        i  BLOCK BROS, REALTY LTD.  i  ~-   YOUR SUNSHINE COAST SPECIALISTS   ~  COMP, INTO-OUR NRW CATAl.OGU^^IrIST;NOW  PHONlt COUGCTi  Mr, 0, Good ,-. 688-87,96 or 687^4^1  Mr. G. Knowle*,��^-291��288l or 2*>8.QS41 evenings  &B% ^i��C  I     \  ���>wm<,wm*.m0mm* a   i^*m. ,**. *m *m ���*    - ��..m*i a>Minf.->��� ������ i*,, * mthmm.m,**. mm m*,!**.**.***.,,**.*.,^.** *m ^ ������-<�����-���-���->���,���, ** ^ ^ ->. ^ ,��.^-*- ���j-^m g-, ��� m, -|-Liir r<Mw|-- nn ir-jrhinnjti.jn.J^���iL4rijP<JW^iw,��uw*^JJLtfwjOi. The Peninsula Times Page A-3  Wej}iiesdpyf February 17/19/1  |vt O R E. ABO ULT , , .  �� Regional Board meeting  . ���from page A-l  dtry are hoinj^ uised. *  Mr   Uixftn   pointed   out   Uuil  it   look  Beyerf wcuks lo obtain a highways poiniit-'  for tho installation  Engineers arc piepatunj plans for a  pump-house and di��ti ihul ion system *at  Inqngdalfr and constmetion rt> duo Id'bt^iU  shortly. The w^U has been tebled and  permanent snoens installed Water llow  ib 2110 gdlloiib pei nuniita und is oi yood  quality  BUILDING INSPECTOR  Somo hesitancy appears to have developed rcijuiduiB Idling ot tin assistant  to tho building inspector At a previous  mooting duector Fiank West suggested  llie^iune has airived lor such an appointment, due to extent of the area involved  and accelerating  giowth ot  construction.  \yhen. (he mallei came up lor liulher  disnisMon last meeting, duector Wos.t  suggested it ho again held o\ui pending  lurthei consideialion.  The, inspector.   Fred  Reyhurn   is  responsibly  for   the   entire  Sunshine  Coast  from PiM Mellon to Pender Harbour and .  JSgmonV,   He  also   lakes  care  of  Sechell  yillage i inapeelions.  In his report to the' Board, secretary-  treasurer Charles Gooding suggested that  an assistant with qualifications, as recommended by the executive committee,  be epirjloyed and that the past be ��� advert isecj as soon as possible. Mr. West is  a member of the executive committee.  MORE    ABOUT.., -������'..  * Chamber of Corximerce  -^���fjr-tm page A-l  ' phone Company  gave a shorjf speech on  - the history of the service on the Sunshine Coast and  up to the present   time.  -G-or+urjenting on the possibility of' free  dialing between Pender, Sechell and  Obsons he said this "bus proved a bone  of contentious.  An. impressive play on figures by-Mr.  Robertson indicated that use of the phone  net ween: Sechelt, Gibsons and Pender  Harbour is negligible, yel  loss juf-revenue^  0thiuugh free dialing wouid amount' lo  $12,000. Further, cost of maintenance  would be about $23,000 annually. There-  fore, Joss of,..tqll.revenue plus maintenance would cost  the .company: apprnxim-  Half moon Bay Happenings  ���      :    "' '���' ���'        .-lb, M^y Ti��M��y examination resulis  ALL residents of Electoral Aree li (up tp  and including West Sechelt .and Middle Point) are invited to a tend a public  meeting al the Welcome Beach Haft on  Wednesday, Febiuary 24 at l| p.m., when  it is pioposed tp form n lialcpayeis' As.-  socuHion coverinfj tho whole pf Area, %[���  ijji_ " *-��������    *    �� " -"  ) .-A most virulent obnoxious virus has  open making itsolf felt fitound. the Bay  dm ing Ihe past-:wcck, alfecling attendance Yrf ninny meelings. The annual gen-  eiul meeting of the' nalfmoon Bay Hec-  rcaiion Commission scheduled for Feb-  riwryJO could pot proceed with business'  siiue "only six people were present. Another attempt will be made to hold the  election of a new CoiVimission pn, We$f  ncsday, March 10 at B p m. at Ruiher-  lord's, when it is hoped there1 will bo a  better turnout In the meantime, there  ih cunsultti ahlu riisuppninlment airtprtil  Ihe children hecatise no film shows, have  been scheduled lor them, this duty having been left to the new ��� Commission.. ���  A   good   crowd   filled "the   Welcome  Beach Hall for the film show on AHStriP  last   Thursday   and   was   well ��� rewarded  with one of Ihe best shows'of the seagpn. ���  One of the  most  popular films was  fhe-  ' Blue  Danube,   with   scenery   and   epjoTS'  just as.hauntingiy beautiful as the music,  Next film show in the series Rand's  of our Forefathers" will be qn Thursday,  February 25. Films will be by cqprtesy  of the French and, Swiss Embassies, apd  will cover the region from the Rhone-tp  the Alps.  PARTY   NIGHT  Valentine party went ahead al; ^he  Welcome Beach frail last Saturday night  despite tlie fact that absentee -members  included the whole ol the enlertainmgrn1'  committee. However ap impromptu pi?Or  gram, wilh some successful games organized by Mrs. Hugh Duff and., her daughter-in-law, Dawn Berthelet, went oyer  "wilh a swing. Canon Greene en\erta;ipM  wilh some up-coast reminiscences. When  refreshment' time came arftund, a birtJlT  day tinke was cut in honor of Ihe birthdays of Canon Greene and Hugh Duff.  IN BRIEF  Last week  was a yictqripijs week  for  the Cunningham family who continuei to  Estimated   nm   annuail   loss-    "uHEcHioriorj. While nuu.ipH-*sri XUoficr-  to ihe company  would be $32,000. "ho'th achieved  honors in  Ihe  Royal Cq.n-  Queslion regarding a toll free service . servatory of. Music examinations (details  to St. Mary's Hospital Sechelt brought hsted in another column of this paper)  forth the reply that a special line for this     lheil' mother, .loan Cunningham received  word���tluit  she had  qualified, for hey 'A'  at Mcny Island after a. irionth's ynptv|ipn  which- they spout in. Piiertq Y^Harta,  Mexico, accompanied hy. 'thou* son a.nd.  danghter-ip-^w, Daryl a'nd. Elsie Kip'pin  ol Vancouver. T|iey hud n, wopdprfwl time  and soaked tip piioturti sunshinp to see  them, Up-opgh the rest <of tho wjntpr.  WUde. the pi her three mrribcrs ol Jlio  family attended a bullfight, M.rs. Kjppin  chose fo slay quietly in Puerto Valla'rla  umojtuig the sunshine.  > Recently returned frpm a I'ivc'weelf  vacation, Melva and Toieeij lylcHosQ of  Haltmoon ..Bay, who spe'nl 4 weeks in  Saskatchewan and 1 week in Mdiulpba  visiting old friends apd relatives.  FOLLOWING-  studies'   fron\    ^chell,  Halfmpon B.qy and Fender Harbpur  have been advised of the mqrks they received m the rpcpnt exaiiunations, hejd  by .the Royql Conservatory qf Music in  Guilar, Piano and -Theory."    "  ''.  Theory, Prplifninary; Russell Oq-  mcrpp, is,t Class Honors, Sharon M>K��Y-  Guifqr, Grade 2: 'Russell Cunningham, Vst Class Honors. Gradq 1, Virginia. *  Ciuminghnm,    Honors,    ,Iohn    Himmcl,  Barbara Meredith,  P i a n o, Grade 6:, Karen Domroslq,  Giade 3: Lhevinne - Talento, jTonors.  Guide 2, Elaipe Anlilla, Hpnpvs. Sheila  Harris, Honors. Grade I, lEjqnnje Japie-  wick, Honors, -Earl Anlilla, Honors, Donald Dombrosjq.  FQR ALL YOUR FJ.OOR���QViRIN�� NEEDS  ;      CALL, ON"     r  1659 Sun^Mne Coqst Hiahway'tft Wyn0��^^ Hoad, Gibsons  Phone m:nn  Wis feature a large; ��eleqtion of draper  AMfiUNTANT��  RMPH q puqKWCmTH  CHARTERED ACeOLlN^ANT  Telephone:  885-9515  SECHELT, B.C.  Telephone: 886-2912  QIBSONS, B.C.  TRAIL BAY ENTERPRISES  Repairs to large or small appliances  JOHM BUNYAM  Davis Boy Phone 885-9318  ART SUPPLIES "''"  TclcphoDo 886-2069  ROSE & ART ENTERPRISES  Pottery, Supplies, classes & firing  doaler lor Duncan s Ceramic products  Pino Rd. & Grapdyiew Avo.  P.O. Box 62, Gibsons, B.C.  blast im''""" " ''"'"g^g  CONTROLLED BLASTING  .pin-pose wii.ujd epMt..$ll().|-npWrtyr  According-.to a check of calls to and  from Pender lo Sechell, Gibsons and  Port Mellon, the following statistics were  quoted: from Pender to Sechell 41. per.  cent make no calls,'20 per cent make I  call, 9 per cent make 2 calls, 8 .per cent  make 3 calls and 4 per cent make 4 calls.  Prom Secliell to Pender 83 per cent make  no calls. Prom Pender Harbour to Gibsons 49 per cent make no calls. From Gibsons tp render 93 per cent make no calls,  and   from   Pqrl   Mellon ��� qpr^.''.yjeg-vcrsi^  .Certificate In Industrial' "First  Aid wider  the Workmen's Compensation Act.  .Mr. and Mrs. James Kippin are back  W  suNmWcmw  GOSPEL CHURCH  (Undenominotjonal)  Sundoy School ��� 10:00 a.ni,  Church Scryico ��� ll^fjj q.irj.  Evcnina Service 7:30 p.m.  PASTOR REV. S. GA5SELLS  Davis Bay Rood and Arbutus  (2 blocks up from Hiafrvray)  Baptist Church Services  BETHEL BAPTIST CHURCH  /vAprmpid and frail, "Seehelt     -  Syndgy Schpol 10.00 a.m.  Mining Worship \]!V�� 9-m-" -,  Jvjening Worship 7? 00 p rhr   Ji;:  Pastor, Robert Allaby  (886-2932)  A WARM WELCOME AWAITS '  YOU.  ALL WORK INSURED  FREE ESTIMATtb  FRED DONLEY  Poiider Harbour.- UU^tHW......  WATER ��URVEY SERVICES  For, Expert ^lasting  FREE ESTIMATES���  Phone 885-2304 L. C. Emerson  R.R. 1, Sechelt, B.G.^  ^ .., ...,..,-.. ..._L  OCEANSIDE FURNITURE &  GAB1 NET SHOP  Hardwood Specialists - Fine Custom Furniture  btore apd Resfaufqnt Fixtures  Furniturp'Repairs.  Custom Designed Kitchens and Bathrooms  In pll price ranges, ���  R BIRKIN  Beach Avp., Roberts Crcok, B.C.  '."���' ;phofiq8'l|^725SiVl  ���' -    -;.-���'��� :.."X-j.xA..M...:.iyi..i ���,  COA$T BACKHQE & TRUCKING  lt��. '  Fill, Cement-Grqvel, Prqin Rock, etc.  Box 89, Madeira Park  Phone 883-2274  STUCCO  Old Homes- A Specialty  GAMBIER CONSTRUCTION  StujcGp & Masonry Contractor  ..       franK fritsch  PF|5rle886-9505  Box 522 - Gibsons, B.C.  L&H SWANSON LTD.  READY-MIX CONCRETE  Sand and Gravel. - Backhoes  Ditching - Extavations  OF^CE IN BENNER BLOCK  885-96(50, Br^x 172, Sechelt/ B.C.  Land Clearing. Lcjnd Development  Road Building. Road Work  Jo*  0^t&^t'  one"'  BUIE.PERS  *,**  The United Church of Canada  SERVICES  ���, ., St. John's United Church - Dqvis Bay  Sunday Survlcu's-'9i 30 a.rn.  Ro(iorli Creek United  Sunday Services - 2:30 p.m. ���   Gibioni United Church  Snndoy Services - 11:15 n,m.  r'ort Mellon United  ,    ',     Sunday Services-7:30 p,m,  (2|ii| nnd <jlh Sundr)yi>) , ��� ,,  .      ,       Ministry    '  RflY, .llni Wllllonifion ��� Glliso/is - 886-2333  THE ANGLICAN CHIIRCH  OF, CANADA  SERVICES  j St. Hilda's, Sechelt, Family Eucharist 9;3Q,  q,m, (2nd and 4th Simdw). Holy Euchqrlst'  uyory,.Sunday at 8 o,rri,;'9;30 ii.ni, (h( an<|  3rd), (ivory Thur|ulay al 10 n.n.), Ev'onsnno  al 7:30 p.m. <2r)d and 4th Sunday).  St. Mory'*, Gqrdcn Boy. Holy Eucharist���  1.1:30 a.m. (Island 3rd Sunday),  Egmont.  Holy  |;ucliai|&l-r-2  p.m.   1st   nnd  3rd Sunday),     i ��� ��  Church' of  Hit iPrcsonco-���Rodroofli,  Eycn-  sonn���3   p.m,'' ovor   2nd   Sundqy.' li'ily  Ei|f.|iarli.l-���3 p.rii, uyciy 4Mi Sunday,  Prloif���:Rov. P.J ('opplo, Sochelt BB5-9793.  G. CROWTHER  BUILDING CONTRACTOR  A-Frarnps and Pro-Fq|35 Erpcfed  Conviinijo'hal Frarnino  Cal(j83;27^  R.R. i, Madeira Park, B.C,  Free Estjmples .i Fasti" Service  G & W PRYWALI,  ^^wW^WWlitf^^  ��� i  ft  ��  ri?  ' i      > " -v t,r:|,,',,l,''��' I'l'ii-miiHiV  StCHELT AGFNCI^i DATE I^AD  ��� Thin In-'ii ffimlndnr nl cnmlnn ��vriiils Is n ii|iiv|ru nf S(IC|ll'il.T AGI'N^ICS  . I.T'n.'I'I'inuu Piiniiii.iili) Tlmeb diiucl Im dee H^llni^, ./ipecilj/lntt "Pain  ' Prid"! Plfinud' rinta thai spnra |s llinllcil ond so'pio advance ilnlns mnV  have, to wall |'|w|r tuin; "Imi llinl Ihis |s a   "roinlnddf" llntlntj nnly apd  cannot nlwifyn carry li(|| .ijiilnll^.1.. ,���  WWVVfWVVWtflrVWl;^^  Uinqo,  ll'ill   Siinlnr  /������ill  ClIUiuvi  Ihfii.i'h  69  Aui:||(l||  5)(||ll  I'-'iih, 17 -fi p.m, Siicholi l.iininn Hall  l-'iih,   |f),   1:30 p.m,  Siif.l|ii||, I hi||iiii'  i,    'Riie/iilnrMiiullnii  |-'i)h,  |9 ''1-3 p,m, Si, Aldun'h l|a||, |<oli(i|H> Cum  lull, 19 -fl |i',i|i, Si, HiiiI'i. AnfiH'iH'i chiin.li Unil, tilliMiiif. film i'Mnyninl  TIiwmi Wen". ,     ��� '.'      ,' '  20 fl p.m. bwh'ill U'tul'ill'llnH. l-'ii|l'��ii Hmiuli MD S|iiuii|i,ii.|ioii|  nnd PuiifM.    i ; ���    ,. r    ���  Full. 21-. 7:30 p.m. Siichull Indlnn Hull, llrimijmnMp. Cluli Annnnl  M"i'lllii| ^ |;|m.lluii ul Ofllrnih, '  Fuh 24 fi'p.m, W"lf.'iil��i I'l'iiih Hall fuhllt Meiilln^r-'lur-lmiil Amu  "H" In fnim Kuliipiiyui1! A^nclnlioii,  h:li, VH, Si, HIda's Hull, Spflml.i. Surholi ��� TOPS Rnrnmnni) mid' fiiJN  ������- -������ Sjnln- -,,������-������'���'"   ���<-���������������������.������  ��'.. ; ������ ���-,������ * -  ,,......,..,.... ������'^-���-'  |-"iih, "ilfi,: il p.iii, Hiilliiil Clmixli |lri||.lftt,i||iw.)ni<. Altuhnllr, R'umiuiiJi ond  I'tiifl, |-ilumi|nn and l<ei.mVtr,h l-'llin," ���-.  ASK FOR OUR, fREE CATALOGUE OF P^L ESTATE  MiilMpla M��t|r��8 S#rv|ict  Viir)K����My��r R��o| fawn  Bnnrd  RPAL ESTATE  iN5ifR^NCES  Di-ywall acoii!i|ic qpd jex|itfod.cc|||ir|fl8r  Movy sorvino Glhspn^ area ana1 tho pehjnsuja,  ��   Phono 884-53}5  BqK 166, Port Mollon, B.C. A  JOURNEYMAN BUILDER  <��� feHPERT FINISHING ���  A|u>��t|onfi - Ac|di'i��ns - Kilphcn and  .���!���.���..������ .. Bflthrooirib p Specially  RAY CRAVfSHAW  RRl^Ofhclt.B.C-phnnu 885-2198  PENINSULA STUCCO a DRY-WALL  All Kinds of Concrafo WorK  Albert Ronnjborg 886-2996 ���  BUILDING tVPAINTENANCE"  JOHNSON'S  /     BU|Lft|H^ MAIHTPNAHCR  S[)oc|a||j|nq in;   i      , ���  Paper Hanolno, Intprlnr & mwlty dccomllno,  , |<ufj Ciuanino, All lypim of Pulldino  Mnlrileiwnco, Floor |f|utal|a||on.'  ��� kY/lndoyv Stoning.  j;homb 805-9716 AFTEMp.M.  B��pi M2 v So��(to||f f).C,  REAPY-MIH"SQNGRRTE ANR  OUILPING SUfpl,IE5  YoMr One Stop PnlMInn Slorm      , -  i    |:or All Your Unlldlnfi Heeds  GIBSONS BUILPING SUPPLIES LTP,  |6R3 Sooylow - Phono M\t)-7M2  Z    RUY PIREtTT FROM MILL       ,  .,      ^DP0WM,.THRM5AVAILAW.|:,'(,  Chi all Keen, Tlmhor on1' PlupH, d?i/neii*ionp|  |.i('f)ihur  nnd   I'lyWo'vl.   Wn  liollvor  nn   llm  Siirn-lilno Cops),  Chef:|i Our'\w-m flef'iro Hnylno-  TRANS. PACIFIC MILLS L,TP,  |:M9MlKhe||,Rnad, Rlchgwinl, p,C,  Phono 32i-��3H4  -       TWIN CREEK LUMPER  RUILPING SMP����MES LTP  Dliol 8R6-2Q08     1    !  When You N<M fJulldlno Snppllrn  1 irf-Slvo H�� A C.o)|  """7"'""F^F'F^STIMATK" '*"   *^A0L A>.A.AA.A A A,|��S �� *^^^.*-��" J**0*.0*0* ** 0*M^*.  ^��f  j   IJhO l|}ftS0 KTJoros, In  r��nr|i tjnnfly  )0(000 |wnp|n  flvflry vyr;c|<;f,   ���  TUC TIMES - Phona''889-9664  'f ''���''  OSBORNE LOGGING CO. LTD.  Box 189. Sechelt, S.C.  Phone  8,85-97^7   '  P fC RENTALS  Modoirp Park, B.C.  Grqyc| - fil| - Top Soj| - Bu|ldozfng  Loader - Backpoo - Tn7c|<5  Phone 883-2240  PHONE 885,9550  RON'S CONTRACTING  Clearing - Excavatipns - Roorl Bulldinfl  Grading - F||| - Road Graval - Crusjiod Rod;  Phpnc: Sechelt 885-9550  ACTON ELECTRIC LTD.  *��� ������.''���  R��r��idon|ia| - Influstrial anc| Marino Wirlnfl  plpnlrlc |-|uqt n Lino Work  Phono 8,86-7244  BILL McPHEDRAN  ELEC^RJCAI- ��� CONTRACTOR  Preo Esljmales  phono 886-7477 r Gibsons, B.ci  EMlk  C  ANAPIAN  P  ROPANE  Snrylnn ilia SunMiIno Coom wiih id|ol>lp'nnil  ocono)xi|cn| C.ookinu, llooiino and fM ,W��l��r.  F|<^ |:STIMATIi��  Phono QQ5-2360  Whprf and Dolphin - Socl.clt, B,C,  RNIE WIPMAN  for all y��Hr  ;ss()*>r6p'U(;ts"~'"""'   IMPERIAL P5SO PPAI-PP    ,���  Phono 883-2663  Modolro park, B.C,  i"  For Your FhpI Supplloi  ,,'r    PANNY VYHIII H< >���  ������ i''-''"-"-       yaw  ; --'������������'.  IMPERIAL ^SO AGENT  13(16-9663 - Hopklni Undlnfj  ' FUfiNAC^S   PARKINSON'S HEATING MP.  aipsoHs  ,������:���.._.,��� RS5Q,OIUJ:UKriACI:S_ ..,:���  all', I  |-la doWn j>i)ym��nt - wink ln|n����j*t  ' T ep pat*f to pay    ������  , Corppfeti) ll^r'wf oprrllincBs <  for Iron ^ijHrnol^CoM l|^^/?8  ,     BUSINESS PIRPf-TORY  TO RRACII,  ..    ..-j 0,000-PEOPLE'  'THE TIMPS, m*Wi  ANN;& qpiFFURES  in the Bal Blopk  Next tt> the Ca-pp ��\$>te  Gibsons 886:  ��IM. BEAUTY iCENTER  Hair Pral>(crris? ���. Gonju^t jil?.  Specialist   in perms;   styled  cuts, and  colour.  Quqlity-VyfQS. . .j '  Downto'vyn'Gibsons,  nest to FjPfist.  I        HALL SHEET METAL  Domestic - Commercial - Industriql  Telephone 885-9606 ;  Box 164, Sechelt, B.C.  TILLICUM HEATING & SHEET  --^ METAL'*"": -���'-"-" ':   No down payment  Phone 885-9494  fcf  TrHFTTMITWARM AlR^flATTNS--  OIL FIRED WATER HEATERS  IsjptKmg Dpvyn ���- 10 Years T�� Ppy  -   -Light Plumbing  Roy Blanche Madeira Park  883-2401 883-2778  VVglepme fp Th�� Plpprshine ^pgst -  HOWE SOUND  JANITOR SERVICE  ^eteli*'? to, Glegnine: Floor Yfa*infl  *" REASO^BLE RAJES  |<EN C. STRANGE,  Phone 886-7131 - Gibsons, B.C.   ,  'KilfffifBiJ".^-'"- ' ' '"-"  FOURrOEIGHT  I30ARDING KENNELS  Frances Aven(.|o -Reclrooffn Roqt|  . HALFMOON BAY, B;C.  Phone 885-9469  ' Belvveon��� ������  9 a.m.-1,1 a.m. --- 5 |),m.-6 p.m.  MACHINE SHOP  At Iho Sign ot ttfo C|ioyf��|��    '  HILL'S MACHINE SHOP  a, mariise service ^tp;  rNAochlpn Shopvrr Afc qnd A.c|y Wpldlpfl  S|c��l Fohricorlng ��� Marine 'Ways  '  Aii.inrnoijvc nnd MQrlno Repairs  Standard Mf?nric Stotlpn   Plipne 886-7721  '    Ra��,, 386.99S6,*884-9W��  1ARINAS  GIBSONS MARINE SERVICE LTP,  at Esso Marine  Gois - P|����e| Pupalrs '- V/olrlJrirj  Fvinrudo Senior. - OMC pari* ft sorvlco  lloal I lunllng ���    . '    i  Phono 886-7411 G!!��ons; B.C,  Madeira Marina Ltd.  ,   Poa|of|i' for;     J  Evimudo p,M,C, r Kftc; Thprmpfll��6i�� r'$Mnllnor  Sprinn.Bpk ond Fl^'noor,  i , , Aim Plumhliif) Fllllnqn nnd. F|x|ii|-os,  Ponder Harbour - Phono 883-2266  '.���ff>.,"l'"i"gl^lgr  t)UB��B0QL  MACK'S NURSERY  Roberts Crco|k  ^INSIIINI: COAST HIGHWAY  '  I i|iii|i,nii|i|nrj ��� Shiuhn ��� frnll Tm������'���* ferllllirflr"  Mmiy I'lunih - lluildlimj'lanli. n Pual Mnu  ,,  Fully l|ci!(iM:d FWlcMa Spraylrin lor    ,  li||ii|M-ilplni| Uiul *|li:i)ti  Phono 886-2684  F,,l+m~00mvmwmmm*>*w��**m00 i'.j>< if?- ���.n-.n -i^-.! -ii,i ,.m,mm��..m,m'^i  QPTowmnm  FRANK  E.  DECKER,  OpTOMEJRlST  Ru| Birdie . Gln��oni  ..., .���,���.,.,���.���......., (ivury-...WfiUnosday.. <~ ,!...."..,.._  806-22418   ' "���"��'��i��� ������ii���mwiliiM,,.,,^ ii ni..,. I-, ^ ii,.,. |'||| ,j  SEASIDEPLUMBING  "Glbiorw  fllillrl'llli)  ���  I'lllDllllllH) . bll.-'lll|l|lll||f|   ,  Kul Wulci lluolinin-INp'f l<iii4|fi|i   ';   i  rm estimate'  Phono 806-7017 m 086-2848  ^INT IT AT��  " ������VJ':THfe'tlNftfc'',iHWJii''���''''.'  at Dayjs Bc|y  %e, R^ent 9f Sell Almost fyeryt|iingf!  Typevyriters - Lighting Bjants - Te|eyis|ons  Ro.t0 Tillers - Gerrient Miners - Lbvyr,' R'ajies  Mechanic '\ Tc*1? .''"'  PHOISE 885-2848 ^ 24 H@MR SEpyi��E  Open 9 a.rn. to the lost ferry-  Hpme ^opKecj Gappclipn 9nd  Wii..i..   in  RETAIL STOIES'  S-R*-!r  C & S HARQWARE  SECHELT^ |.C.     '**  APPLIANCES -.'MAteWARE,.  NOME rtURNJSNINGS  Phone 885,9713  TASELLA SHOPPIE  Yard ggpds - Ejedc|jnp = yn��n��  Dial 885-9331 - Sechelt, B.C.  THE TOGGERY  Lgdies' qr��sf <3hi|cJren^ Ws'g'f  Qpgn s|x ejgys g yyeek  Phgne 8J5-20i3  Cowrie Slfgef, Sechelt  SEWM�� MACHINES  ���i ��i>i i in  WING**    eefn,PP * Qm^  'ERVIGE.       Sq,e^< pa^s' swte��  free HOM! pFMPriSTiiATWN,   ftEPAfRs am "siry m m m m*M,:  Mrs. MPOa Hayifis - 885/:?74J  SURVEYORS  Tagray'T  rr-rr-  ROY & WAGEHAAR  B.C- Land SMrvoyor*  Mfirinp iwiidjng ? Porpofse $$y  Secheit, BrC  $85-2332 or ZEnith 64^0  TAKI  7-rrr  Harbour Moron  Shell Gqsqnd 0|| qnd JReppI^.  24 llprir Tqxi apd yyrac|<!er ^rvlce.  'Gqrc|en,Bqy |^cj.. Pencfer HqrbPMr. ^S  _;    TaU 883-2414 ; tilA  wsl    :'���������  COASTAL TIRES  Siinifilpo Coant Hlohway  Dqx 13, Qi^on; p.C. - fhono 006-2700  SALES ANP SERVICE:   ", A|| Brandy Avallapjo "  Monday to Spii^dpy 8:30, aim, l�� 3.'3Q'p.rni'  rrlffoy pyopliifi hy oppoirumpnr poly.'  TOWING  r*r  - Sco>vi r*r? Looi ���  SRCHE(-T TOWIH^ & ��ALVAGi  LTP.  I |��^vjr' Etjulpf|iorj| AAovfnfT* Lorj Toy|  v pipno P5-9425  ���  ,i,   ,', i|   TRANSFER'  LBN WRAY'S TRANSffifi  HoiijnlioW MRvlhfti Pocklnp, SrorP(|��  pfjcMnc) Mq��er|f?ll forwlo,  Mcmbsr of Allied Van Unci,  ��mwWi* Mt��.' I Mpv��r*,  PfipiN? Bfi6-2fi44, R,Rj }, Gihfonn, 0,Q,  HANSEN'S TRANTER VJfPf.  ( WAREHOUSE "���        ���  NrillMffi |9 anyw|i��rMn Ca^odo,,    i  tym^l.rrwipirt, L����w*M ����*'4 fctAyy fr��^lii|  *p"  -t��r  )ipHOf,.ST|ERy;,  ��, <f��[��v���l  UELAIR CUSTOM UPHOLSTERY  AND DRAPER)^ ,  Reufj|ioltlAiln�� - P��j��iylln�� �� Cqrr)p|��|��j Pfflp��ry  ����ivi^n.; $,qrnj,l��*i nmm in. ihj�� mm '.  �����;  ;\  H  sn  ,*'  I'm  I       <  ;  ,V�� * *.">. *,,i. M,nv,|.,>.l��irt^, 4<���  r  ��C..  j, < t  ,-��;-�����'  f k  V'.1  '*��  --^: +  .i.��'  3 X   I-.  <H. |-   It'",'  I-",   ' IL      t  ^i,  , *  ��   (  ll  K  l ,'   r'l.\f  ?'  'I  I  i I  . I  . i  f  ll  i'i  I!  ii  i1  Ii*'  t-/  Page A*4 The Peninsula Times  Wednesday, February 17, 1971  ,"  *l      ujj"   '     "' --            "HI.       -       ���' l> -  Around. Gibsons  " ��� i ���, =���, -=��������,  ^by Morion Charman  ^B. and Mrc, J2, Hageluptl who have Jived  \ at Qr-anthams Landing for nearly 36  yeavg, were showered with congratulations and good .wishes op the occasion of  their Golden we'ddij)g anniversary op  Febvuary 16th. :'  They were married"at Edmonton, AT-"'  b'prta��� 50 years ago and resided in North  Vancouver  for  some  time  before  coming to Gvanthams Landing, ���.*,���'  A special. surprise party"honoring t\\e  happy couple was in the form of a family  dinner at the home of their son ami  " daughter-uylaw Mr. and Mrs. A. H.  jiagelitnc(��s Ahbs Road, op .Saturday, This  was? followed by a very pleasant .social,  everting with friends dropping in to offfry.  felicitations. '.������'.-���:"'  '_ Congratulatory     telegrams   ipoluded  those from Prime Minister Trudeau,*'PW  Mm W,A,e, Bennett, MP Paul St. Pierre,  EDWCATIONAl, FILMS^  ��� Sponsored by the UCW and other interested gvoupsi thW films of the Alcoholic  and ��rug Research and Education Coun- ���  cil wjli pe shown in Gibsons at the sqhoojs  cluripg the day, Friclay, iFebruary 26th,  and at 8 p,m. in the United Church Hall  Where.the public'is;cordially invited  to  attend the evening showing. Ti>is is not  a sc^ir.e, film but an informative, factual  presentation which will be followed by  a discussion period that should be help-'  fni;   ' ���   "���'   ���  '    On Friday, February' J9th at the An-  . ghcarjp Parish  Hall,   Gibsons    Breakfast ,  Group, for Christian Fellowship will present a film, Beyond These Skies, and there  will-be an outstanding speaker from Seat-  ^ ,iy  r   A?  n i  1  "v I  ��>j��:   ..  ���'"v  ���\  ��j  v  ThisWeeflnB.C, 100 Years Ago  ADAPTED for. the British Columbia" Cop-    Cariboo Sentinel tqld its readers .that re-  tntlmwl     '71      rVtmmlttan' .   (..����. .,���...��� a ._    i!     ii..     - ...',...    .f    , i.      ... .i.  FIBBtECLASS CANOES  FO|? RENT Off SALE  at-- ���������..'  the mm SHOP  OPEN 24 HQURS^A DAY  Davis Boy, B.C.  tie,.The time-is'8 pm and the public is.  invited. This will be pt interest to young  people too. '  HEBE AND THERE  Vince Bothwell Sr. who has been off  work since December lfjth, left on Thursday February tlth to be hospitalized at  St. Paul's, Vancouver where he will have  surgery, ,  Walter and JoUi Serron. Perii, Ina^Mae  and Leia, who are part owners of the  Anchor Hotel in Gastown, Vancouver,  visited friends here. The' Serrons-> were.  at one time in charge of the Peninsula"  IHotel.,  Mi', and Mrs. Roy Bruce, Vancouver,  visited their son, daughter-in-law and  grandson at Roberts Creek.  ; Visiting at the home of Mr. and. Mrs.  Michael Kitson were the former's parents  from Vancouver Island.  JOLLY VALENTINES  It was an especially happy occasion  when three popular young local couples  celebrated together on iSaturday evening  at a delightful dinner party followed by  dancing. ���        " '  The festivities were' in honor of the  8th wedding anniversary of Stephen and  Betty.Holland, the 3rd'aniversary'of Bud.  and "Rhonda Beeman's marriage, also  Rhonda's birthday, and John and Gail  Smith observing their 1st happy milestone. Congratulations to .all!  Golden Annjver-sary  Long time residents of Granthams  Landingr Mr and Mrs. E. Hageland  celebrated their Golden Wedding anniversary rruqs^a^.^bruaF}c.'l6tl).ja^  were honored last Saiurday with "ft  surprise family dinner by their son  and daugh'ter-ih-la.w Mr. and Mrs.  A. H. Hageland of Abbs Roa/d, Gjlbs^  ons. - ;;  "Makata" coffeehouse  featuring top talent  WHERE  can  you still, find  an  evening  of fine entertainment for Only 50c?  At Makarai Gibsons own Coffeehouse.  This Saturday night al the Gibsons United  Church Hall.  Makara will feature Alan Moberg, a  rising talent on the Vancouver folk scene,  and among the supporting cast will be  Waldo and Ann Dahl, Graham Edney, and  the "Spring Sale" version of the Gibsons  Landing Classical Ensemble and Jug  Band.  John Burnside will be there monologue  ing his way across the stage and. there  is a possibility that the popular stamd-  up comedian* Rev. Jim Williamson will  make a personal appearance.  So!";f-op-syour daily dose of "culcjiur*.  come and join the people at Makara:-  Coffees, teas/ and soft drinks" to quenclv  your thirst, music laugh ter and con versa  tenpttri '71   Committee'/ from    news  papers of 1,8.71, the  year this  Provinpe'  jpipecl Confederation,  Week ofNjaouarY 15, J871  High hvipg and A-povican.du.ly had  had an adverse effect on^ho Bviti^fi Col-  uriibia coai ipdpstvy and recipropity agyaer  ,menls were proposed to end this, diffi?  culty. Sea and forest interests were expanding apd needed an open market ip  the' States.  'The Legislative Council passed a resolution   lhat   Commissioner   Trutuh   be  instructed to.put British Columbia's case  fb#fpre the Internationaj'^ommission copy  rcetning the.imp9rtan.ee oFISajv Juan Isr  land to, Canada. ���       ..      .  Cattle rustlers struck at Bailey's Point  pear Cadbprp���Bay. They stole a cow belonging to a local farmer, killed it and  caa wed oft the meat. The British. Colonist  said, ''White lascals ,are suspected."  Lillooet residents held/ a pphHc meet^  ing lo oppose the jntrpdtictipn of the  Thompson Road Steamers on the ground??  thAl tpey would ruin the teamster interests and depreeiative land values^  Meanwhile Cariboo and Yale residents  petitioned Governor Musgrave to introduce  the- new service.  The  Hudson's   Bay   bark, ."Prince  of  Wale^" arrived in Victoria from London  via Cape Horn in the fast  lime of  128  . days. The reoord by the same ship was  110 days;  Stock losses at Okanagap, Similka-  meen, Alkali,and Williams Lake were reported minimal over the winter.  The first shipment of anthracite coal  from the Queen Charlotte Islands arrived  in San Francisco causing quite a sensation. It was sold at $20 a ton to" the  satisfaction of Victorians who owned most  of the stock in the mines.  , Fears were expressed that Americans  might win the right to fish in British  Columbian waters by default because the  colony had no seat on the Commission  ihen sitting in Ottawa to discuss this  question-  Several Victorian residents were reported preparing, to sail for the diamond  diggings in South Africa.  Dr. Helmcken in a speech to the  Legislative Council, said who ever holds  San Juan Island commands Haro Strait  and can close the gate to the waters of  British Columbia. -  Three r men vidro landed'���" at Bayhes  Sound in the Queen Charlottes to inspect  turns frorp ihe surveyihg of trails, poking prospecting easi-ar would result .in  tremendous gains ( lo ,the Colonial ex-  chequer,-  Bvitish Columbians were heartened to  Ipam that the Ottawa Times had come  qut in favour of a Pacific terminal to the  Railway in -Viotoi ia.  A flu epidemic was sweeping British  Columbia. Sufferers were 'advised to  swathe their heads in wei cold towels  and go to bed with plenty of blankets  Wplt dressed ladies ot Victoria wore-*  gpwjis, rnadeol velvet and fur. Fashionable  <?p]Grs' weiie; riibyt: claret^vgolde'tv brown,  rd^rk g��'een and. |x\aripe.'-'bliie1 and' the  dresses were d^fprated with ��� narrow  bands Of chinphilla, mink, Alaska ��� sable  and white fox. Bonnets of matching velvet  were worn trimmed with flounces."  Tho German Society in Victoria held  their anirual gathering to "worship at the  shrine of Epicurius."  Real estate in and around Victoria was  already feeling the effect of Uniop and  was beginning to sell at better prices.  .,.The Vicloria School Board was scolded  by the British Colonist fpr failing to pay  the. teachers' $800 owing in wages for the  following year- The legislative Council  had been petitioned for the amount and  the teachers would be pa.id.  "jmmy  SECHELT THEATRE  PRESENTS  STARRING,  Lee Marvin, Clint Eastwood,  Jqqn Sebreg.  '_.'��� CARTQQN  $twtv8 p,m, 0m* IP-IS p;m>  Fridqy, Saturday, Sunday,  Tuesday arid Wednesday,  Feb, 19, 20, 21, ^3 anci 3^4  nmwmwii  jmin��uninniMWULjjii��iii��uuiuuiii��iimii    |  COMING SHOWS IN ORD  -      - 'aA  The tarassHqpper S  A Man Called A Horse  >ER  !  IPUCATBON NBGHT CLASSES  PRESENTS--        s  tnstructoii':  Mrs, FRANCES FAMINOW      *  of the Double Door Art' Stuclip on Lonsdale Ave.  supported by Arts Studio 71  Thursday Evening!, Starting February 2$   _,,....,,.,.,.���.,,....      ._ .,., ......at 7;30 p.n\, ^,.._.   THE ART ROOM, ELPHINSTONE SECONDARY SCHOOL  COST IfioTi  11  i  ��� \ w. ' i"-'  "tCft^S^W^SMfiMlF! .'I  I  I  I  ;  Rush  es  > ���by Frank O'Prien  THtS weekend, while dMving to Victoiia,  I picked up a hltchiltej  Long hap-ed he  was, wilh a pack sack and sleeping bag. -  the badges of the tiapsient  ''How fai aie you going", I asked  Washington PC"  As we talked 1 learned that he was  an Ameuuin draft lesistor from New York *  State He was gmng to Washington to try  for a defeiment  "And what if you can't get it?" fc  "I'll mtch the neU flight back to Canada."  -^-   He wds 22 yeais old, and had-been in  .Ci'rradd since his dialt notice had corpe  . Up, alniosl  two yeais agir Now he was  going baik  As we djove on we campaied  the" bin den the diaft places on Amoucan  youth with the icUlive tieedom of then  Canadian uninteipails  "Thcie seenfis to be a gieat sanity in  Canada", he said at one point, 'Youi  armies don't kill other countries for freedom, and the people don'f seem to be in  such a God-in-all-mjghly hurry all the  time.'.' We  hurried along.  I asked him why he was going back  if he liked Canada so much. His answei  was simple. "The -States are my hqnne",  he said, "My family lives there". He had  been planning on getting married he admitted, and he didn't want this "hanging over my head",  His greatest feat was that he would  never get to. Washington at all, that policemen would pick up and discover, that  he' was a draft evader. "It'll be kinda  rough trying to get a deferment when  you're  behind   bars",  he  added  grimly.  I asked him if he had had any hassles  in fitting into Canadian life. His answers  surprised me.  The RCMP, and immigration- author-"'  ities had been to see him, he said, even  after he had obtained landed citizenship.  "They all'work for the'FBI... and the  FBJ want us back, in the States." He  didn't believe in the war in Viet Nam and  most pathetic, he had no real idea of  Why the American a'-my was there. He  felt that the war was on just to use up  an .excess of young men and he bitterly  opposed the stupidity of death. "1 had  a friend killed in CambodW, he stated,  "And the next week they were pulling  everybody .out.... He died because some  idiot made a mistake." ^  We talked of the future he had plap--  neeM,mf0re=thtPT^  sasBMslisBWBBswpsasiaBi^  SUNSHINE COAST REGIONAL-DISTRICT  1. Payment of the 197J accounts ir^ay be madp qt any branch gf the  Bank of Montreal Or Royal Bank in the District.  2. Outstanding 1970 accounts and other fees or payments niusf be  made at the Regional Distrjct office, Davis Baylor rnajicd to the  Secretary-Treasurer (R.R. 1, Sechelt).  1970 accounts remaining unpaid March IS, 1971 will he transferred to the Provincial Collector for cplFcction as taxes in arrears  and, bear interest at the current rate applied to such taxes,  *    " Yours '  4 Chorles F, Qggding  ��� Secretary-freg|yr��r  i  ���smmmmmipsMpmim^  IMIWWfflll  MMMMMWHMMllMMMHItEIWSa^it*^  Section B  Wednesday, February 17/ 197JI  Pages 1-6  - ��� . "i  Fitst entry in . . , -  J  Weekly Newspaper Contest  offers cash prize of $300  Tenth Birthday  Ten years old to the. dqy, Sechelt  Hospital Auxiliary celebrated "Its  birthday on February 11th with  ��� charter president Mrs. Rosa Swan  cutting the birthday cake. Frorn left  are original members, .-Mrs. Ada  Dawe, Mrs. Rosa Swap, 1971 president Mrs. Faye Lewis, Mrs. Mary  Redman and Mrs. Phyllis Parker.  Specials  LAST week we announced, by way of an     although  they "may   look   like the clutr-  editprial, un.ftwa.rd of $300 cash prize     actor from "IVJod Squad", they often turn��  by  ppmiriioh Tcxtile^Company  through    out   to   be  just   students���fairly  c'lean~r  Canadian   Weekly   Newspapers'   Associa-     causing no trouble. And so, ,a little more  J4ap-ioy-J4w-pa^1 -.inrlihi'iliii oi,UJJi-nk4}=��^��faaU^^ jH;  "I was never a real hippy. At one time  I  wanted  to be a doctor,  but"I  guess��� 1-  just wasn't bright enough. I couldn't gel  My Local Newspaper Means to Mc". Due  In an ffrror-.it was requested that entries  be submitted to either the News or Crier.  a   student     deferment.".  And., when   the  notice finally came, he had run.  1 let him off near the Vancouver ferry,  and watched him walk away. A young,  frightened man going lo meet a bureaucracy that would decide on the fate of  his life. He might be jailed .though he  had committed no crime except fear, he  might be killed in a war that he didn'l  even understand. Or maybe, just maybe,  he would be allowed to* go free. "The  States fire my home," he had said, "My  family lives there."  This should have read "The Times". First  entry comes from Mrs. E. Benson of Gibsons apd following publication this week  will be entered "in the contest.  "What My Local Newspaper Means to  Me",  by   E.. Benson.  Prime object of any newspaper is to  inform the public. Our local newspaper  not only informs, but guides, criticizes and  prajses1.  At times I have not agreed with some  editorials, nor have I agreed with snipe  pf {.he crjticisrn labellpd  ut. papers, biit  wonld help before labelling all youth.  Our   newspaper   has  also  done   us  a  service by .exposing "flyby-night" salcs^-  nien  wlp seem to  prpy  on  the  gullible.  I've been in other small towns, but'  I find this newspaper far superior in its  overall coverage, whether il be municipal  affair*, charitable' organizations, sports,  pollution or current editorials. It is particularly helpful where various organizations are concerned, and taking into  account that we are a village which has  many things going'on at the sapie time,  il is a great credit that such extensive  coverage can be made.  THE RENTAL SHOP  NEEDS ALL KINDS OF  GOODS FOR GASH  OPEN 24 4SQUR5  A DAY  -Dows-Boyi-BrCr  = Phone 885-2048  REDUCED PRICES ON ALL PERMS  FREE HAIRCUTS WITH ALL TINTS  FREE CONDITIONER WITH SHAMPOO  AND SET  ���   ���    -     ��� . \  SYNTHETIC WIGS  Reg. $30 - $39.  NOW (While Stock Lasts) .....  Last Word  SALE  HAIRSPRAY  *v/  -to  mo,  *>h  mtt$ty fifw  Cowrjc Street  Phone 885-2818  Einstein speed  law tested  TJJE cataclysmic violence of  a collapsed star may challenge fundamental laws of  tjic physical world, a gipup, pf  |3ri|jsh   scientists   has  rcporir  aPMyi^WiM!7TOMMm^^  il*1'  It all slarlpd, I suppose, whep a CJal  lup  Poll  revealed  IhiH  18-17  year  olds  /spent millions of dollars every year keeping themselves happy,  With this information everyone got  into ||)c act. The Archies hounded from  Ihu copijca |n stardom hi records and  I hern own TV s|tow.  Ilarlin .stations discovered thai if they  could find 3 records thai a H-ycar-old  liked Ihey could play Ilium all week and  buvc a fortune. Television was quick to  catch nn as Ihey introduced "The Mod  Squad", Ihu "MunkccK" and a hosl of  other TV hIiowh Ihal proved unco and for  all whore, ihey thought iho average l.Q, of  the Icun-hnbburn y/an nl.  Now of coiii'hu, ihu bullhorn control  everything, l-'ashion designers dlneovcrod  Ihal lliey unhid inlrndiicu any old garbage,  Inliel It "In" und inulu! n fiirlune, And  (ind help any loy nianul'iicturcr If ho  qiuwllnnud Iho need lor Burble anil Cj, f?"  Jou,  Newiipnpitrti and imig'izinun, nlwnyn  Inking l|i<: piuiHiiniiil'li! vluw, run, I'mmm ul'  copy nn lliu pruhlcinn nl' yinilh" nnd nllr��  ling  iiil|c|im   on   "llm   youth, uf   Inday",  Wind mice wim n pimply fun id or lint  I'lnmlcil inluluHcuiit linn hucojiw a syiulinl  ul' Nurlh Aiuurliiiiii iiii!i'i:liai)dlnl,ng, An  Hunny and Cher would ��uy "The Twin-,  liiililin'r" In Miir" i)nw Mrn lUiig,"  i Wnll, "II yuil T'lciiy-Hohliiii'ii ifinl  Hidilili.'-duiniiiDni, enjoy yuurtiull', Pmi'l  Ihlnk, duii'l   ley  In iindui'iilaiid,   You  nru  a miirldii now ho fiOm'��un�� will .lull, ynu  Wlial or wlm you l|lu.', ,li|,il i.'huuk I|k,> Tup  '1,'wmiiy In1 nun wind nniHic you dig nnd-  Hip Iruugli lilnluiiii ciilnlogiii) In tain wind  dulliuH you wind In wear,, Hul lur (lod'n  Hidui don'i nvnr lliiuK Hint yuii don'i llltu  (lulu! ur Dial ynn'd, I'ullmi' read n hook  Ihun llidiui In n Bonn Junk, Don'i Iry lu  I'ond Tlipu, Tnoii Miign/jno will lull ymi  uyuryllllliK yuu wuiil lu know,  .    Vinir  b|g  liionny  now  mid  uvnryliody  -win-fin~iynirrwrirrylir�� for'-yoTir'Airyoir  linvn In dn In kuiip your iiiuiilli hhnl and  ��|iupd, Imn'i' inlic my wuril Uii' ll, Umiigl),,  Aidi your piiniiiln, Tlluy lipqw. Tlmy linvn  liiiiiii ilolmi ll i'ur yiiiirn.  Tliu lioiirl Mil'J lili'inl' vi.'Hl(ii| i||m>!iii<hii  hid niii|)Hiii,llili) loi niiiin ludiiiili |ii| lu.'il  limn l||iin iilrlluiii nnd work i.luppn/toii,  ���!---"/������ ���--������'���-< ��� -....-"�����''���-.-...- --   -..-  ��� ..-  0000000000000000000'010000000000000000*000L  yunrs.  gagj��^u.yaip^��^Bi|  I  i  mmsfa  ecfric  -hul; I1fjherpur Ipc^l paper poYPi'iigp pp     g��VP f| cjhuipr fpr Jmic Rlow,'Irivlff M|  mi|p|c|pjil, organizi|tion��, selippj. botu-fl apd    of it! . '  Kppiis, as wc)| as currcpl local-hapypp- However,   jo 'each   his  pwp,  find   as  jngsf |o be quite amufdP. Editorials aru |0pg as wo have people w|io enjoy' go'i,-  usual|y, pertainliig to jmmediale currenl tiuft their names Into the paper, no harm  affairsi'and although ftumulimes parLisan,_ tlunc providing the' rojnaihdur of l|ip.  I|iuy  are often   unfiglilening. ���  coveragu   remains  on  as  liigh  a  calihpr  1 luul thu local uowspapuiV-has H|iu as hiis |)uu|i our luuk lor the past fuw  right |n criliei/.e anybody'if il thinks  their actioiiK are a dclriipenl lo (lie community'an a whole, and-in Ihu past Ihey  linvu donu so, Only <vj\m. wu sue u point  jfroip all sides, can wu..determine what  coui'bo of -aclinic |o lake. Th|.s' is good because) loo many people complain bul  do nothing t,p ImjimVu IhingH, Tlioro will  iilwayn bq |l)u cnmp|a|uurtj. W�� nnly need  rl|op) If Uloy g|vu countruclivo critical)),  Oihorti nrcclironiu ond eoniplalnnrs wilh  an ovei'wor|u.'d ku| of vocal chordu, and  here, our nownpapur him helped weed  I hem nut,  PiirjodlciiUy m\v tidilnr liim a' tupd-  oncy ���inwnnlK cnlllng nil long haired youili  "llipplcn" or, wonin, Hoinn u| these, cpnr-  inilui'n (iimcrvi! ||, A <!i|iip|i! -of 'yiriirfi^igo  il win* cuiiuiiu'ii to lump nil micli yuiilli in,  line iinliigory. Today, however, I find II  ii |i|| dll'fii.'iill In do Hint Ihmnuihii loucli-  ii|ii, hii|iiiiIIh|h nnd ninny iunpouliii| uIII/uiim  go nriiiiiid loultluit iik lliuiigh limy had  |'|i��lr ijruiiill'.iilhuc'H i;|olh'CH un, Tjif:;,yiiilh  urn  Ju.'il   doing' mi  lliclr,' pnurn' do,  mul  ELECTRICAL  CONTRACTORS  Wiring Supplies  Spocioiixing. in  cvjAemEL  Eloctric Heat  WHARF RO/VD, SECHELT  Phono 885^062  s  \,i.^vMMA^AiMAiiAi^.Ai:,&i.lAi��  13  '-  I   ���#-  TOTKfVa CiUH  I   I  ffl -llfl%  .,���..���....��� 1.1.  ill^t^HlWwE Mw^ hv-ijifc  ��Uftv^^*Mp fa  rnnrrAi  i  FRIPAYSf 8:00 p.ai.  INDIAN -MAil#���  Jackpot $300  .     $?S TO GO  ^ ��� door pnwtt ^  W00000fl0^i000t/0fM0t'00lt���0000>>r*M0M,0-t0*-00f'001  Havo A PATTER LOOKWIth  88J5-2444  L:  (4 . .....  'i  , (  wMhy��><yiliiM��^  , ..uyers  ,ejcpgrlmpn{. Hf pngjppprhJg  Bclepcc, have epnuludcd th'rt  clpctropiaj|neHe lipids in ih<-'  |,pi:hil|eut Crab Nebula ju-p  (ravelling at about 37a,l)00  Ipllcs n second, or twice the  Kpuud pf light,  . Tho Kcieii|ist,s,' rpporl, pub-  linhod in the' Inl'eid Ihhuu of  Ihu mngii/.iiiu Nature, couk  rujiiif Ihe cnlculalionn of Albert liiipiiUiin, w|io wroiu in  11)00 thai no parlielo can ever  pxeced Ihu Hpucd of light���  11)11,1)1)0 milen a Hueond,, _-  "The''- Cruli 'Nebula, finmed  I'm- Un Hlmpu, lion 0,(11111 light  ynar.s nway from l|iu unrlh,  (A 'iglil year in lliu diH|am;u  11, buniu of liglit IravuJH, in n  ynar.)  - Tlm .HciuiitinlK finld Ihulr  I'iiidingH ip'oHi! from Ihu Incredibly violent iirocwi.suil'111!  nlilu lliu m:|)i||ii, Al iln lioiirl  bun Ihu' nui'i; 'bl lUii'iurnuya, 11  slur Hint inuidunly blew lip'  lulu- a viinI  ilrubiill,  Tlm iiuiunliHlK utillninlu l\i)a  cure In only III nilluii In illiiui-  <-���( 1:1 bul II riidintcn IPI) ll")':��  irniro cnorgy llinn l|l<> noil.  T|io iiinli;)-|iiil nf t|iu i;mp'<:*, In  no Uglilly pniikcd Hint u piece  l|iu ui/,i! of 11 mignr culio would  WPlUll ,Kill mllllOl).",|i��l��. 'Hi"  I'lliiiud' corn rolnlcii ' l\'.\ l||i)uii  every iiucoiid , mnllllng piiliiun  lllui ihu bumiiH of a light-  luiuiiii, ll in Uiiiii known nn n  imliuir.  Thin    whirlwind     I'mIiiIIoii,  lliu ihi|i:I|I|i,Im fitly, linn iiul up  a I'niiliiiiliii iinuulninllul) .of  iuiy|j|liig hi;,yoi|d lfi|i| nillun,  limiilu lliln boiuidury nil Iho  n|i}Tilrimiiiiu7)nir^fl��ililiir'��11flV^  id |cnn Ihun IIm> n|^udnl' illglib  iWoini II lh��j,v go UwUw Muni  Iiulil, Uniy rnpurl, hut Urn  Hlnr'n Imgu !iiimi|iiUc lui'i.'u  pruvi.'ijli, .llm I'luldn IVuip i.-n-  i'0|i|i|g llltu, ii|im:n,  There's profit  jn pollution  !N|>IIHTHY'id>Miil<l.'|iiiV <-'um-  Plnliihig ahoiil new movuiii-  iliupl iniliiillup ri.'idl'l'.'ll'mii ��|l'l  nlnrl luiiiiilun liuw In Mini  llnnii inlo piol'iln, l|, I), Dunn,  |!l��:n|i|ri|l of |)ow (!hi:in|i'ii|  l-oiii'inniy mild',  VWIlll allnulluli dinwii lu  .l.|il)i...iii'i;ii...iilrniigly,.liii:Jii<L.I'h^l  HlPD, nun cup pri.'dp't i| lul i>l  iu.-w wavii of Ihmklnii;, n lul  pf pew Ici.'lpm'rtl ni)i'Wi.'i'i>. Tin,',  piolll pilfidiid    i'um|nM),V    W|l|  i.tup hipidwrlngliig   nnd Mmi  ��|ihdk|i��H��''--M*-.-4*����'i>--MMid..--:_.,_  , ./jpin��|i)|ig l'i.a W"puiiii.'iiii)pg  (mmnli'l/i Aiii,oi'iniioii piPiftiug  III N';w Yorh, Mr, Don 1 mild  Up.' i.-||i;nili'iil liiiliinliy in In n  holler poii|l|oi) Diaii npyni)'.' lo  nin|<u !||u||��/y by opvlronmcpiiil  ciuup-pp,  games & puzzles  Days February 17" 21  ii^wttmtMmwmiMri^ifiM^^  Porcliooil, StccplQchoKj,  Upt & ppwns, ond Checkers.  Mto's iuodostcd retail ^1.98  WHTMN'S P��|CS      It J"  ilB^GO  f\ compjolo 3<J cqpf sor,      '  Mlo'*tu[j(jR��tod ic|��l| 41.90  WJJTIRN'S PRICH  1.49  JIGSAW PUZZLE  7B0 InlfirlocHipn pieces.  FlpWied uiio 26" x 2Q��r,  rWa'u iiiaQc-lcd retail $ 1. 19  i wvuir..  AAfP  ,.;^cir��-f :^-4  CAMAPIAN SPLENDOUfl  JKSAW PUZZLE  , Mlo'i.Miopoitlci|ie|()|U|,l9  2:A  CHECKERS  The noipo ovoiyone |ovok.  Mfo'i supqe^cd rclal| $.98  ymi^H's met    ���/f  -. Croy/n GmiM  JICSAW..PJZZH  1000 plccps, Com! lahjo bins:  liiierlocKlmi hofdof.  Mlp'if *uf)(|oMoi| icNI ^|,Ii9  wiiTjpH's rmci  1.19  PLUS THESE EXCITING VALUES  PARCHEf}|   The myol noma nllndii'i.  hoi; two, fhrw or^four p|pycrj.Tv^lfl'*      |  AQ  s.ilaM��"tei| |o|q|| $1,9.11  GHAUpNae JiasAW m&ib im  Inierlooklno PlPnon, l:|p|o|)Qd o|jto  M" x |t��", Mfp'o oufjqoiilort fdlall *,()U  Hl-Q    Tho nfw p'imn cip/q, CpiIhcI lur  Ihe onllra lei/illy, Mlw'fc *ii|juufcled        "  3  ,69  ,79  RUMMOM   Ah lnlp��oulnq"pomo for  two ��r ciqIu players, Pplpxc ploMic  ,,.fl.fWll��P�� Mf0% W(0��<J��tfi<| |ftP)|| $.9fl   ,  PAL Ji||35AW PUMI-E   36 Inipe  wwiIri] plpcifl, for oofifc Ihrce to c|i;hl.   rg(\  M��fl'��'Wifli|oiiip��l iKlnll $M        ���     ���*[<*,.  6NAKI5 A.|.App)EftS   A norne for n||   nn  ��H��.Mla'MMBQo��lP(|fnia|lf|.(9       ��*"  rjrj your fariiily^liaririacy  A'      \  r*  .1  A  1  �� 7'  ���  ���r'  I*  k'  *\  .^r  GIBSONS WESTERN  DRUGS  Sunnycrcu IMo^o, Glbioni  Phor��q MW*\\$  WWWMI��fH|P"IHyW  \  wmtwuwn t*i*'i�� 'W. m^^��w m^^wi^ 1  .- ���-'--,.       .  .'.���'        -.   -'..      1 , ��� ���    -��� ..,.'-.....:. '       ' '....,...  .'���....,.���.  w����  *q*w^l��*sm****ii+'*��*^Hwui��wwi*v iwviwJi  *�� jVi-*-** jh, *���.*    f    ft   ��� r  fgge S-l >       The PenUisnlq Tim*     Wednesiday^Febniory 17,1971  "       " "l'-l.-'-H��l*l|in   IM         .       . ,...,il..|M�����.    ,0 IHi.HMIMIII.H.HHi. �����������������- ���������� ^���.��������   ��., I���...^.^���.-m,��.^��L7���^g,      " __    | l_ -.    _MI_   ��� .   J_.l. '        |  \.  V mfly /���? wrong, but 1 shall not be sq wrong <?.v to fail to my what I believe to be hgltt"  -    ���               ,    ���' ,���John Aikins  Douat^ Q, Whf.ri.br, Pditor  4WMt'ywywi*uuwimvvuwwwM��Mu��nniww��iwwS^  *��-v  RETIRING chairman of the 1970 Reg- sticky little fingers pre manipulating the  ional Board, Cliff Gilker, suhmjtted strings. . -  -n-written report.at the first meeting"of "*  the pew Board last month in which he  i;  commented on a situation we have drawn  attention to from time to time. That is  the current trend of self-appointed mes-  sftihs and^unofficial groups which corr-  sider .themselves far" more capable of  Iqcal government than those elected by  the people,  ���'..'���'.  Mr. Gilker stated "There are individuals, Associations and other who in this  pVeseiit time of dissent with elected authorities, take until themselves powers  best described as qiiasi government.  ���'This'type' of action, either by appeal  to other government-offices, delegations,  pressure 'groups, is devoted to specific  projects only and in many cases is rep-  re.septed by a defirritei minority purporting to speak op behalf of thij majority of .citizens. .'   . "  "Tip's is, dope before approaching  their representatives on the Regional  Board, all of whom are elected by de-  inocratic vote of the majority.  "|f pot corrected it will lead" to a  breakup of democracy, the right of citizens -to elect those they deem capable  to represent them".  It is doubtful if, anyone would deny  a responsible member of the public the  right to voice an opinion for this" too is  part of our democrat it systems* It is also  a fact that in certain local forms of government we have the odd "pip-squeak"  would be dictators who are-equally addicted to dreams of power as those who  seek recognition as saviors on the outside.   ���'   ' v ' *  In each case it ..is...not too difficult  to identify such individuals for year in,  year  out,  the same  names  predominate  any scene of upheaval. Indeed, so obvious becomes their earmark that even  when they craftily operate behind the  -scenes   it   soon   hecoinqs   clear   whose  ^^-^sxMr'.'CiUlter points out, il this si-  tuation/ is permitted to continue, the  breakclown of'our democratic existence  is inevitable.  Right now the situation has been  permitted to develop to a frightening  degree the, moment^police take actjon  to uphold the law, some clown or clownish group screams "brutality, discrimination" etc. Any attempt at progressive  developmen and other individuals and  groups sereaih -^pollution". We have. _ a  ���crying demand for employment yet their  are those who agitate," demonstrate and  protest any action that might create- johs.  There, is fantastic expense'of providing  education Which in turn'becomes' a  source 'pf power play by those who avail  themselves of the facilities paid for hy  the taxpayer. Ip most "cases the school  and university militants who disrupt and  destroy are' those who have yet to contribute to society,  How serious ihis state of affairs has.  become might be gathered front the fact  that hordes of rabble are permitted tp  invade sessions of Vancouver Qty-t\>un-  cil and, even worse, the legislnri^huild-  ing during the Throne Speech.  Too Jong has this been going' on  and it is only by the actions of a responsible majority that the trouble will be  eliminated. The minority trouble makers  are loud and, vociferous and, unfomtn-  nately, the rather more- logical majority  chose to remairt^ilent, hoping things  will sort themselves out.  Life is not that easy. When a household is plagued by vermin they have to  be removed otherwisethey increase '..and.  create disaster. In the case of tlie m'ilj-  tant minority, rlp�� ...vpicr of ihe majority  Fine Support  , Editor, The Times,        ���     ' '  Sir: On behalf of Vancouver���Coast  Reel<m, Boy gonuts of Canada, t take  pleasure pi putting in writing the hearty  * vote ol thanks accorded to you at -our  Annual Dipper Mpotina on February fitli,  1971, for your very fine support throughout-Mm pa^t year.  ��� Every Section, Group andv Council  of the Boy Scouts, of Canada fully realises.  Ihe value of good publicity apd "public  relations. The kind consideration, with  which..von accepted 1he many press re-  teases frotp local Groups, District Pnbjie  Relations officers and pur Regional p-uhjie  Relations has beep nuich appopi^ted-  We sincerely trust that we may- eou-  Unite to receive your support ip our WOik  of assisting boys to become good gifizens.  Thank fan again -for your coptipired  interest' and  support.  C.   B, JUU^KANSSN.  ��� Hegional-President  Appreciative  Editor, The Times,'   ,  Sir: On behalf of the meipbefs p| pur  parish which held our Annpal Ve|t|'y  Meetgig last week, I have beep asKed  lo extend lo you oiir heartiest thanks  ..for the publicity yoti have given us dprr  Ing the past year. We are all. most appreciative.  We hppe il will;not l��e imposing.upop  you -to ask that you may continue to do    golden egg."  i Gfade 5 studepfs #|m Scouts and Guides  i visit to Legislature    hold National;Week  1 "--     '   , '      "     .   .    ��� i"^��� ' afflS.��NS.-'-Brfi^"./8- ��a#inwii#��^0p,V;- ^iationaj; seppt^Suida .weeH win he  ���. r�� ��� s���        clpldl'en haVe prpv^d'the/p\|^da,gp-   ' ��eejehrated pcrpss Capacia dip'ipg tho  idipg ip on their lives as inane "swpig-    ^/'Wh^e thM4���fW f NK*"''' W^', f^W ^      -  lng,? pals���iifrpid  to  exercise disciplipe    {??-.��� ^W, hfl.Yf. .v^lHfid,:-apd ppw ^ked        This special wepk ppppp^pprat^ 1I\P  lest someone recognize lite grey beneath  their beanie c,ap( wo ore not only phoney  intruders, but rob ���youngsters pf (heir  individvial dreams and aspirations���the  green years so npeessar? tn grp\vth,�� mental development and self respect.  their way to a; Ceptenniol visiVta the h'P'thd��iys.:pf Lord apd Inady'Rlideii-PpwpU  Lpgislaiu'ro. ,   :        "  '       ���        :.  - :���" on POhhiary 2and-    .          ',  RosidPs looking lorwa^ to";'#. trip Pffl!^ y�� u\ ^ $ ^\f^\  scheduled  for sppte \\m ip ^ar^.  the W* Glbsops Jo emphasise duty p-Ufidapd  students''have- m\\y enjoyed  llfpiphah f.P1'0'1^ a fullW undersraiH).ng;^ tlpj  lengoof raising suffi$uenf fwnHsAw8V' ^y?*��$ pomises oL&cout.pg apd Guid-  .,..:,.   r*, ,,_.,-.-���  -..-.-  i .;���-,����� .         ���'.  <5.  V". mil. Roth services wi     lm hftld nn Horn  Panymg responsibilities and authorities.  If we need proof of this, we need only  examine the "great teachings of Ihe  World���Christian, Buddist, Jewish, Con-  fpsciap and Hindu Where ip each offer  ele.ar.guidelines-op tho ''tights" and "res-  popsllQilities"  pf  each   generation.   Only  Hie Western world,  seems to have lost    ynphers  its' perspective aRd, ereated such phoney?- *.��',,_���  entary, they held a ^e^oj;st'^.^JKe>fqQp-  test follpwed by a baHO sajo. %$[$Sproved as able" as' the girls in . |h||kiteh��n  and more than fifty-pa!?es W/^la^pod ��pp  ip glistening array,, giving rafe'Mr.  George Coopor and tvlra. Ann QfthTia very  diffic'uH, task ��� W" select  twp l|i!sti "prhte  .    . phoney  issues a;s a ''generation gap."  PATRiCJA YOUNG  Bedevilled Economy  Editor, The Times  Sir;   Hydro's  proposal   to  curtail   bus  service and increase fares is anotfter example of the muddled thinking that has*   bake sale  bedevilled our economy for some considerable time. * .  Labor, ajso, by a constant demand for  higher wages, shorter hours, and less production, is also bent upon cutting its own  throat, or "killing tlie gpose that laid the  Cakes of all types were ip evidence  from ('flat-chested" sponge 0a.JK.e3, gooey  'chocolate frosted cakos/tp 'the.-very al-  l|iactive caives"whieh WOt'ef pn$)evfrWP for  first prize, Some were displayed in decorated boxes and< the majority' featured  the Valeptipe theme. All the entries could  have proudly  taken  their place in apy  -the sntne-during . T0T.I-. Thank you.  Mrs. C. S. LUTEf  Secretary  Success    ������Editor, The Times, '     Sir: Once again Mrs.^tudrey Benpie's  traditional USC Coffee Party was a most  successful  event:   proceeds  totalled $500!  Through this contribution we cap purchase 50,000 cups of nourishing Canadian  milk, fol-.'ppverty-sti'icken school children  in India, children in Korea who attend  nightschool because they must work during the clay, and for malnourished babies  To those friends who so willingly,and  generously   supported   Mrs.   Hennie!   and  to   the   Peninsula 'Times   which   kindly  provided publicity, we send out warmest  No wpndei; Hydro finds decreased use  pf its buses���r-the schedules are not made  for the benefit of .the public, and the  fares  are  prohibitive.  . Pare .should be reduced and the service increased���perhaps by; the -use of  mini-buses at certain off hours. The public should be the first' consideration--  not the last, and Ihe least catered to. Al'-  lor all "it is the pubiic thai always has  to pay.  ,.,13. W   ABHAHAM  In Error  Editor,. The Ne\vs  Sir: I'hadiyt-anticipated jumping Into  print when I turned up at the last council meeting for the sole" purpose of seeking  answers  to a   few   questions  After waiting in breathless anticipation for the resultSj it was obvious thai-  most students hoped their TWothers would  arrive in tinie to purchase their Own  cakes for the fohlowing Sunday Valentine  celebration. = "   ���'  Grade five teachers ip charge of the  Centennial project- are Mrs. Ann pabl;  -Mrs. -lCfai-ilyri Hohihsou and. Miss Pat  Craig.  should make itself sufficiently loud that  the mouthings of trouble-makers become but a dim Voice in the wilderness.  ���    ���r���p,���r       ,   However, since that is a fait accompli  A^ki^i   i���n,.   in.   t! W0Uld   y0U   do   me   the   small   favor   of  Assistant lo Di. Hitschmanova     correcting   a   typesetting   error.   In   the  quote, "It seems to me these people are  a   little   over   'jealous'   etc,"   the   word  should have been  'zealous'.  tMUsL .MARGARET  Happy Again  Editoi,. The Times  we buy tax  Refunds  Cosh - Now  Up to 90%  All T 4's not required  335 E Broadway,  "Vancouver' 10, "'"IKC,"  Call 7  days a week.  879-4166 or 879-6701  flail for the Thinking Pay Service led  py Rpv. D. Popple. Quest speaker will  be Judge Charles Millelsteadt.  In Gibsons the assembly will be at  the wharf .with members, of 'tho Scouting  'and Qujdjng Movement marching to the  United Church Hall. Services commence  at 2 p.m. ...      .   . ������'  WRffMiMMmmsitssmmmsffmfmri.  1       "  ��� '������  i  in stock mm\  GAS CANS  2 CYCLE OIL  AXES AND AXE  HANDLES  Oars and Paddles  Bulk Chaiti Oil  ' ���'���    .". "^m!mrrm*-." '.......!.'i!��'.. ".... 11 _vji .'���"���,|j|"!1.!1. ' >  ..j.'iiui.  Get Your  LAWNIvlOWER AND  CHAINSAW REPAIRED  BEFORE THE SPRING  ���    RUSH.  SECHELT CHAIN SAW  CENTRE LTD.  I   ���^jpw��TirYrRjBrr  \., ' Phone 88j5-9626_   av����i  DURING recent years we have viewed  with somewhat amused amazement  the easy seduction of a large proportion  of the general public by selfstyled experts of the world of fashion.  As it applies to the female sex,  fashion change has long since.proved  *ap accepted way of life, hepis have .gone  up and down with the regularity! of a J1'4" ."&'  jet propelledJ yo-yp, neck-lines''; rjaveAex^"'" '*��st>:-^/��:  ceeded all expectations rtpcl near nudity  has almost become the order of the  day.  The time was when-the male of the  species treated the feminine fashion  phenomena as a sign of progress, difficult io understand but evidently necessary?  The rather more conservative'man  of the family reluctantly bowed to an  ���occasional change in shut style and un  even less freijueni change ip paid leg  width but nn the whole his 'attitude lo  fashion, was one of contempt.  Today the man's world.is no more  and the alacrity with which he succumbs  to what he is told Ih "the trend" is ipiile  remarkable, Perluipti one of the most incredible (tspects is ||ie fact, that many  of the older set, who i|iilckly discredit  the . raiment adopted hy young people,  etui up, playing the man of ..fashion by  wearing the Very snnie type, pf clothing,  Uilking iiboul" cutting Hvae'k  to  3'3-inch  blades.   '  ,  "Obsolescence is fine. It has done  wonders for the men's wear field. But  just how rapid should it be? If manufacturers get too greedy and keep introducing change at a stupefying pace,  the result could be fatal (for the goose  that plight have laid the golden eggs,  -'fn neckwear, the cfoljar investment  for the consumer ipighf be considered incidental. But when you get into suits,  the story changes. The average Joe can't  be discarding his $150 purchases every  three or four months, at the whimsical  dictate of fashion designers,  "I'm Uli for obsolescence. But keep  it realistic. Give the consumer a chance  lo catch his breath���and replenish Ids  bank account!"  Baby clothes sought  by Ladies Auxiliary  Needless lo say, niupe of tlie game  "Money", We-all have lo'mnke n |iv-  Ik  ing in one way or nnollror upd there is  no doubt llic fiifihloii ciiroiiKul dues provide work in 11 .variety of forms---the  designers, models, niimnl'iiciiirers, ret nil  MONTHI-rY ' pieeling   of   Roberts   Creek  ;   Hospital Auxiliary was held February  nth, 1071 In the library as usual,  A number of reports were submitted,  Of particular interest was the Thrift fihop  report submitted by Mrs. Mori-bile" who  spoke nf Ihe special need at this 'lpT>��  for baby clothes, .Anyone wishing lo  donale baby clot lies rimy leave (pern with  Mrs, ISInuiinr 'drill lit the Post Office,  Mm, C. flfllnns, llio local pnmldonl Is  now prrtHldoni nl' ihu Cii-ordlnnfhiH Council.  Sir: I wish to thank you for removing the production time advertisement in  your paper I felt this was a hetter'reply  to my  letter than  the  Editor's comment.  As a former back shop foreman in a  daily newspaper'for many years, I guess  I have a greater interest in production  time and costs than the average person.  . il.  SI.ACK  Phoney Intruders  Editor, The Times,  Sir: While psendp-|ppjplpgists apd-self-  : appointed Vdprgpoders continue to demand costly tax-funded "programs'^ to  entertain, occupy ond���placate our yppng  people, I charge that much of our so-,  called youth problem stems from,.our  having "programmed our young people  clean out of their creativity, self-reliance  and appreciation for things earned.  fed, clothed, housed, educated, entertained, picked up after and indulged,  many   have   eome   to' believe   that   the'  .world owes them a living lhat they have  a "right" til phonograph, tape recorder,  ��� bicycle or aurf^nubile, weekly allowance  and key to the door devoid uf responsibility, accountability or authority. The  result? Youth has become arrogant and  'boied-v-leenage tyrants seeking new thrills  arid new powers by way of drugs, riots,  four-lultor-words, freaky dollies and a  contempt for authority.  In  programming "our children  fihm  their, first kindergariun dale" apd tuw-  l cant' ima-  gine the individuals I referred to as being jealous of the fact that homeowners  of Gibsons are to be studk.with the sum  mentioned.  E.  BIRCHENAl-L  Editor's  comment:   Our  apologies  bul  typrographical   errors   appear   inevitable.  Blake C. Alderson DC,  CHIROPIIACT06*  Po��f OHieo Building Sechelt  Phono 88S-2333';",.'"  ��� ; - ��� ^��,r8^6r23(2?:-������'-:.���  Tuesday tp Friday 10.-3Q o.m, to 5:30 p.m,  SotMrdQy9i30o.rn. to 1;00 p.m.  EVENINGS BY APPOINTMENT .  ltM||  <d��  Royal Canqdigri Legion Branch  140  OitGj|$10��iP ciiicl - DANC1  SECHELT LEGION HALL  Saturday, February 20f W71  Doors Open 8 p,m. poncing 9 p.rn.-l a.m.  MUm Wf &MAM AN�� WM  Admission $2.50 each ,  . ,ii  Tickets available cjt the Club jpr-phprje 885-9452  A  t  ifiiiijiiuuiiiiiuiiiiiii]  HoberlH Crook Auxiliary ���Im Ii<ihI|i)|< n  work Hbop for llm nix local Auxl inchm tp  M^itsnchviiH'MviM,, iiiimiiiiifimvrn,  hmhii , Hti Ml���,ypH |j(m|,ita) on Friday, April ilniii  Hl,!l'^!i!'l1!, ck,,,.,[|,c|'(,forc ",0 ,t:,,',H0 iH    !!.f. 1|10   CMS< i"1    i-'oimlry' CIuMmhiho.  ''"'"' '     " " liixUiiulin'l  poi cnilrqjy wlilumi hoiiic morli,  riovvcvor, it Ih liiicrcNiIng lo note'  fomnuiiiiH by llus editor of "rVU'iiV Weill-  ol*.,('lunula" who tdnicN;  ,*��No i^ooncr,, iloen lliu coiiNiiriP'r iilnrl  lo  hccontti  itcciltilon'icd , lo  wldur  lien,  hrouilcr, Iii|)dIh and longer Jiu'koiH 'ihun1  Ihe nicn'i) u'loihliiB Inilutilry niiikiim plunH  lo.kill Ilium oil' nnd lonni-r |iickcifi thnii  lo kill i.liom off nnd brliiH back hklnnk-r  whliliN iihd Hliorlcr k'lujiliN,  . ...��������;.' 11 iu ���, | Vi 4 ncjj   iice k I le - Ih - j i m I - tn >w -  bCi|.OnnlriM lo hwom�� (iccepinbfc jinion^'  n��i(|(l|u�� io np|wr-hriickci. unniomi'ift, It  luifiii'i even pcricirntwl ilic niims inni'kei  yc|, litii now, for uprlim, <leHlfim'rH aro  Poet's corner  'A'our vtmirlbuilmm urn Iiu'II/hI  Friday Night  ���I��y m. w.  ��� jihpior Mpcnkfi* with n  linrnh, bold  vnlcn  I'Vnni ii youth whn'ri pnlit npd llilu,  I'Vir /iiniiliood t'oiiicii nn n Krldny nliihl  Willi d|i���� hwlp of a bull I" of/(III,  ,_,JJ(iuin: iitnilfi���.wllh...iiwn��H'i'iliH{�����(ilt.��� ���   On }i<m afraid wlM'n'milmr,  ' "  Tn walk with prliln on the,lonely, road  Which /ill iidnlcMf'initu \wt?n nvri  J.hpior^ririk'm a lad rflund l<i||  ���,y\,lu6iutJi,Jy'i��'lM...,pn 'L.F.rJ(li.iy.���nl��h!,,. ;...���.   Mul only Iciivi'ii n lllfhy nl/iln  "In'ihirwiid, hiii'/ih niorpl):ii(:'hi<lii,  Miinhood criirH'M put with nk'nhnl    <   \  Ott u h'tliliiy or ttny tUuhU  U. nitiwn alone with yniilfifiil prld��i  Arid coiiMuiPm'w or rhiht.  herno for l|io work  nho|i In       Cam"  noil   (be  Indies decided  that  llieir  Hlognn  would liu, "ll''you don'i do ||, It  won'  on done  M  Mi'ii, N,  Nnwmnn  Iiiih brf|iinl/<id  llm  'Auxiliary m��nnbnrn Inln four 'id'onpn I'ur  f'abirlng, Tho IihIIch urn uplflring to tlm  Annual Credit Union Hlnur/jaiibord,  Anypipi winding Inforiiiiilion on cubir-  Ing may loluphone IIIH1-Jt70i|(  IIIHIilll  RADIO & TELEVISION  cleciler for;  ZENITH  ,,    FLEETWOOD  ADMIRAL  H< i|< i(< *  BURRITT BROS,  RUGS ANP CARPETS  h<       iii       Hi       i|<  FURNITURE  Ph. flQ6-22fl0 Gihsons, RC,  'l||l!illlllll!llllll!ll!!l!l!!ll!llilfl!i!illll!l!llillllllll"  VILLAGES OF GIHSONS  % INTEREST CREDIT  ON CURRENT TAX PAYMENTS ,  ;': .-���.' .;    ���--'-"���-.--���- - ,.,r-���.�� ��� -���' ......I-.....-..,,, -.  made belteeii January 1st and May 154 1971  V . '���';.',''        '        ',   '  Intorout, nt Hio rotn of 6% por ��innnni�� will N crodIM to any  prepayment ilnpo��lt on nurront (1971) |axo�� mode l)otw����n Joniioty  Itt to Moy 15th, 1971, Intarost will ho colculntod from tho doto of  poymont fro Junn 30r1971. SMcli doposlM In ony amount wp to tho tptol  of fho 1970 laxns will (hi uccbplnd,    """'"'        '" "" ~���~'-" !"  Any fuirfrhar Information ,ia(\u\redi mt*y Ua obtained from Jhfl  Munlclpql Offloo, tolophono 066-2943,  Dofomhor 23. 1970  ''V  JMJ^MMMMMMMMMJtM^Mi  David Johnston  M��m|c|pq| Clerk  BROUGHT TO YOU BY THESE  PROGRESSIVE PI.ACES OP BUSINESS , ,,  Cpuntry Style Breacj is Old-Fashiond Goodness ,  The history qi bread hakifia v/nuhln'i he 'complete vyifhout recalling,  the early SQlllemenl in Canada and thtf marvels their crnda Mlchens  produced, ���     ,        '  ��� In Weslern Canada, many^arly seniors carried lllllu howls of yeast  slarler wllhlhem'on the sqiibnky-Whoelerl Red River carls Ihal; took them ��  ' ncrosjs Iho Touchwood Trail onto Iho wide, unsullied prairlps, Tho,men   ..  who had aanQ f,|10a,l ,0 ,l|(l/0 ',10 lml' ^" !,10y Y/fJ,u |)r,ck '" ''^ "n*  fnldlno wormlh of home wheir their wives arrived with Ihe yeasl, dor  fragrant while and aold loaves of brand  |-|oro Is a rocino for Country Stylo Hrond preparecl by tho .Iradl-  llnnalWalor-Diftsolved Method -which will ruCall for yon all llinl nlrK  fashlonofl Qoodness wo aseoclnlo will) IreaBipeil roclpos from 'he |'icist.  j I cpakobB lo ,10 4oavti5rso why���nat Jrouito .66maJdr..|plei'*,usfl?T.--^...������.���.~-(>.  COUNTRY STYLE BREAD (make* 0 to 10 laavo?)  1 cup lukewarm water '��� ' ��� 3' |al)|espnons BImo Hnnner  | lahlospoo'n stifjar Maraarl/ie  ' 2 packaao5'(2 tablespoons) p|e|nh*    5 tablespoons sugar ���'.,-,  mann'h Rapldmix or Fletechrhann'a   7 pounds all-ptppone flour'-  frihl RUlnu Active Pry Yoasl       ,  ���,     (aboul 24H a\p$)  - 9 nips water     ������    i 1        '\A tab|espoorm salt  Measnie f cup lukewarm wafer (nfo d laroebowl.'Slfr in 1 fdble-  spoon Miaarand conienlsof 2 packaoos.or 2-lal)|espoons riolschmann's  Ar.dvo Pjr,y.,YoqKi. Ui Kiaod 10 miniilos, ihen ��llr well,  Meor'iilmef copibine 9^:111)8 water ond PIm�� Monn��i Maroarlno In n  saMcopan, Heal over low li^nl anlll liquid Is lukewarm arifl marrjarlne  molls, Stir In 5 loblosp'odns &uyar, Coml>in�� lukovvaini water nnixtMie  >,  and yoqsl mixture; stir. Add 6 cups,of flour; boot uptll t.moi>lh, fillrlln  ruMir|ona| 9-cupi of flour and sail blbriclod loflQlhor, fiilr In ��nduah o|  Iho Yemolnlno fl������r i<> moke q oofi flouoh,Pla<"'oHr) or"o��of| jjowh, lurn-  Infl lo orease lop, Cover; |e| rise In worm place, free from drafl, until   '  doubled In bulk, about Wi hours,    ....... ,....,  Punch douVjh (|own; illvldn Into loaf ���s|/n porlloqb, Then knead each  '   portion well, f>ha|>�� leach piece jnla a round ball, Ckvm); |el rl'ie \\\ warm  \Mmjtm fmm���'tmfr^Tintftnfmthi^M" in fhi(k; iifi^ur irpirr Knead  oanttynaoin ond shape1 info looyesrHoco in ar��osorl??(5x3 inch mat  onus, Coyer; |ol rise In warm plow, free from drafl, unil) doubled In  bulk, ab'ou| I..hour, Moke in ho! oven MOO' l:,) about 25 |o 30 mlnuloa,  oVunil'Mono, Remove,from pqn��''arid tool on w|r�� racks, ���   '���    >  BOOKSTORE  - A Gpod Selection of  Pqpular COOKBOOKS  Secholt 8B5-9654  Peninsula Plumbing  Ltd. ,  HEATING A S1WUES  Your Kemtane  Sherwln Williams  Paint Dealer  Phono 006-9533  Gibsons, B,C,  -,���-f:-p       r~f~���  ��s  habsWWfaiH^  Where  Fashion Is a byword  Smort Shoppers are  found at , , ,    '  HELEN E'S  ^ASHflOM SHOPPB  GlWbni; B:c; - Ph7QQ<5:9941 "  i'iCiW-s;|i-^l;;i-|..iiL.i;i,i'r,iX^-i;a"i.��rinrrrrrM-iTiririr-ii-iiiiWiro^^  TOPP'S  DRYGOODS  CBfllLDtlEN'G t% INFANTS'  '  WpAH  LADBES' SPOEITS WEIAEU  Phono BBq.9994  Surjny^rosl' Shopping Contro  faa^t^fcjuwwaji-aaaa'a^  ���^iuq;ii,.iteit,qr.i^&aai.^^^  ^JSAVR.MONBy.   AT YOUR POPUI-AH  JUMPER AND BUII.DINQ M  SUPPLIES  ^flr,y'r"j1; IJi,,ii5!,<nfiiiin'1', Coo*)  GU^BIIILPING ���  SUPPLIES"'  QOS-2203 - Socholt, B,C,  i  *'\  m#*,*m*tt*+*rr.in.iin^n^m^f0..+-*+** ������* �� ThP Peninsula' Tjroes page- B-3  f    Wednesday, February -17, 1971  ��� :    ~     =    ���- js  Vender HUites  ���i ; ��� - ���ST- ��� -*���   ���by Susqn Clayton  ON Fohruaiy 5|h, Baudot. Haihour Senior hoy*, and ulrls played  haskuthall  at  Blphinslooo   genua   jilrls pl.iyod  |in.t  in  a  pamo  which  ended  with  a   score  n|' 'Mi I ni   Pender nnd 11 for Klphinslorie.  In thp somor hoys ii.imjv ihe score was  82   lor   lender  und   4jMo>--f-)lphin.Mono  'which Was a fairly rlwso 'jwrno  'do S.iiindav KfebiuarY tith, Wlplunitonp  .juniors visited Ponder Haihour Secondaiv  '1'lie score lor Blplunstone jnnini puis was  0 with It) f(.r Pender juniors. Stoic toy  Elphinstone junior boys was 21) with 20  for Pender, in a very close game.  PftQJECT  U.K.  ���Mr. Tier I'M n, coach of Ihe teams at  Pender, is pu/ttiniron a St. Patrick's dinner and dance iii Pender Hiirhour -'Community, rfall, Saturday March 13th."Band'  and entertainment will he provided by the  very popular "Travelling People", refreshments will' bo served. The teams are sell-  i'n�� tickets to adults al a price- ol' $:l.5()  each.'  Raffle tickets ;ire also befog sold, for  the Raster lJr'aw lor $1 each. Pin-,) prize  is a lp-jiurh tSanyo color IpluyhMuii, sec-  wi in'izo is an ICsUimo carving and Ihe  third prize is a made to measure suit;  there ore also three co.nsolution prizes.  - All Ihe mnitfjy raised from these projects will help send 12 Pender Harbour  students to England for a'six week basketball, trip.  The (iirls have already held a hot tip  drive, 'collection I'ruiVI door to door and  raisini;  roughly $!Sn|). ��� "  Those going lo England are: Juno  Crosby, ehevyl-kynn Dubois, Darnell  GerricU, Deb Bathgate, kynn Rae, Cindy  Harris, Joanne Kingston, Kim Lawrence,.  Lorraine Bilcik, Deirdre Murphy, Genii-'  dine Wiggins and the coach, Mr. Tiornan.  All Ihe-girls are anxious lo go and looking forward  lo  leaving.  On February 11th, Junior Bamells  from Richmond visited' Pender Harbour  for  basketball  games.  VOLLEYBALL  Grqde seven, Madeira Park Elementary students played Pender's grade eight  yidleylial team. Pender Winning all.three,  games.        <  Plnyiug     fur   Madeira-  "  .ft. i*"<V  I'.,   -*���/  V. ���';  -.W.  "i.iitir ri-VLtstrar  r   \ ������'.'..  .'..\.vr  * j  a1;  ���V,.- f|  -���*  �� fit  i \i '   I     '     I..1    ',      l       ' ' ��� *  ���        ��� ���  U     ��� ��       '       'r '. 't       '  /     i^'.y\     - ; ;. ' ��� , .'   . V) .  i      ^   !^?>'v  *. ���     "     t *   # \ I' J  ^i  <  ���  11  week-ena" resulis  E!UM,]'NA'riQf| .gWtin'ci? hnvp cptrtmcqeed  in Vnncqvivcr fqr tl\c ''Sim" trophy  finals. Las} galjirday ,PJv}siqn 7 teams,  K$r| Mrjc ��prrthevs," thcal Mf, 0hess'Y��en  and Sechelt TPeiWn pKypd Y��'1co-MVcv  teams.  Plnylnit Y>\\]\ 2ft t\|nuie^ ovevHrrie, the  ���pvttfj'P,v)*$ Vi'l 0VD1' We��t Y��n-  ^ lilcky August sunr-  l' 'ii'': l\b'i I'M'iri.'/^ ,? ,'V>  sA'\   *   -i ��� M       V.<  * '        fi.-i   ..  5..  i   ^  Tep*flen scovttfj'\hv)*(  coi|y6r Tro|n|js, 'wil  ing Ihp gRal.  figo  j^ou Mofc hpld ,i)-superior team lo 's\  uoal wm-4yi(h ��0l-t)-?-,Pi:a^07 a,ld Ohpss-  aMm  K  ,*--_ ,   r-c    -  CALL ���0^2 a@B-2l35  For all your Rcnqvatians,  Repuirs and Cabinet Work  at rpasqrtajblo ratps.  t  nion  playing,vaiia^ly  against  opponent^ Ppjir)(lt'4U��!fdions to al  dons effort.  Supday  ^Fpb-  '.y-  ���������'fV��  -fcl..- <JU  "f^rris WEnrr  Susau Rae, .Linda Dubois, Wendy Cum-  niings. Tammy Brown, Susan Girard,  Sheila- Harris, Valerie Heid, Chrisly Lnr'-  soiv, Sharon.iraleonbridgc and their coach,  Miss   Marilvn   McKjm    Ai   )(mi-i   ��>,,   ,-,l]U  W?l|-done  Top of Division-7 oh the Sunshine  Coast and fresh from tTTeir victory  in Vancouver on, Saturday .wlipn they  giinerj a |-Q win over West Trojans,  fsecheit Tp��rneb will be travelling to  ^nCWtver agaih stion for anoUier  liiayoff gillie. PipUtred with coach  Terry Rpd'way from 1e|t standing:  Trevor Paul, Wayne Clpesen, 'Ijoii  Jphnsori, Ivan .Joe, Tim. Blpxliam and  ^ary Penner. Pront; RrisuT Phillips,  Floy Ayr is,  Perry  Williams^  Dayhi  jouglu'r  teams  fpr bemptid^ii'f '$?$&  SVNDAY 0)>MPP  Qnmos   ^phOfhilpd"' for  ruary 21st: r -...;'  Uiyision 7i Cjftmc t��mo J 'pin. Chess'-  men V�� Teamen, Gitapns Shop ]Sasy V  Warnois, Hac|tet|. Pmk Ken Mac V  Local 297 at 2f .p.m, Gibsons  DiviBjon B:'GamP time at 2 pm Roberts Cj-pcU V Madeira Pa?k al HohnK  prook'  Division 5i Game Innc at 2 p m Timli-  ermeji V Uiavess at HatUetl  Paik  Di-ifis.en 3: G.pno time a| 3 pm Sd-  ehelt Legion V Totmns at H.ukPlt Paik  RESIH.TS  Gt)in�� results fpr Sunday Ifeh. Hlh.  Division 7: TP0P1PIV3 l^tip ]y|ap $  Division 6: Cpi|gars \ Kpbiiv|s Cree|t 1  Division  ��j: JBxhiliifion  game, Timher-  mpn -i Snpci-'Valn 1.  m*Bm��muiJMfmgf mgmmmiqJl'vm''H ��'"w!'t'BWI'<��tl"��N��Wi"��H"^!'l  ^.faf^vii^.tf.^^^?r<w^,r^ilw:^  Consult ouf  ��eer#fqiy Manager  Madeira Park - 883-2236  Sechelt Bowling Lanes  X  lirad Hodway, Hick August  |'nd David Jqckson. Pavid Parwell  ^j'sp playpd in Vancouver.  HIGH scp.rcs are prednmipanl tins wepk;  with both the men and jadips making;  aiv imprpsive showing, Ljonci McQuaig  bowled a very nicp 844 for the Commercials followed by John Bodnarek 830 for  Ball and Chain and Ail Lynn with 8'31 for  t he Pepder Harbpur. ipagppr-;iiaiPi Sky ftp  was a close nmper up with 803 i^TTto  iNora   Leuner  th 70fi.  mnr  =Sr:i.  did wel  and  all  say  that   they   tried  hard   and   thut's  all that counts.  On 'Friday February 19th, Pundor  junior Buys visit Brooks in Powell Hivui  and on Febmifuy 20th Ihey play at Comox  Safe motoring  MOTORISTS are warned to be. especially  cautious  on   roads  when   the  outside  CofTmiorcials  for the Tuesday Ladies  Other scores include  Mixed 10 pip-, Feb. 1st: Dofothy Rod-  way 150 (303) Gordon McPourt 222 (441),  Leo Johnson auii, Art. Cliristinn..ua;i..-t)'ebr.  ruary 8th: Art Christian . 107-(345), Bnn  Armstrong 150 (^54).  Nif*hl:   Vera  Adams  -rrby |3ye Moscrip  Terry Hwasnoy (000), Red Robinson (6.4.0).  Mall Jaeger (049). Eve VVorlhington 2(liJ  (684).  "������ _ ;"  Jiyiiprs:: Terry Rodway 290, 200, Lor-  ri Nesiman 270, liifl, Will' Ncstman 150,  Dean Gray 189.  Seniors: Andy Henderson 211; ^205  ((ton),   Larry   Richl-or- ^35,. Njgk-4&>��toa=  257.  Ball and Chain,. Feb. 12: John Bodnarek 203, 384 (83(i), Marion Cook'. 251,  Phyllis Hand ford ((100), Malt Jaejjer 280  (0'10), Manford Cook (71p), Carl ftohuck  f(i!2);'"K'oper" HockneU  Ponlson WQ).    ...  3Hi   (702,),   Pello  Vera  *  WITII  tltfi  formation  of  nn  elementary  ' school,  bays'   floor hockey   Ipafiue  in  the Sechelt Schopl  pistrict, schools  are  talking  tf^reat  interest   in  each  other's  progress.  ���  Teams   in   the   league   arc:   Gibsons,  llpbjrtij^ Qrcpk,   Spehelt     apd     M'acleij'a  Ladies   Tuesday  m (050).  Ladies Matinee: Bubbles Crcighton  1(391), Hazel -Skylle-lfilO), Betty Bowers  854, Doris Bond 252!  Penfjei- rjarbour Lcagpoi John Cameron 275, 280 (758, M?irt|yn Claytpn2E)ti,  Don Swercjfeger 274 (094), Romy talento  (734L Al Uft\r] 3l\293l��2i).  porhmerp'injg:   Sap}   MclXpWio   (32(f),  that a Pfirticniariy.frp.ich'prpu^ ipvjslhid;  slick sheet of ice of|on forms upon pavements, And shipping distances pn ' ipy  roads at 32 deijieees are npproxinialely  I wipe as ((real as a| zero de/jr'ees.  Other cars should be followed al considerably- grealer -distances during icy  road ^copdllions to compensate for the  lon��er k(o|jpjn/( dislancns, $Uip|ii.n��. cii|i  he best -accomplished by the rapid ap-  pllciilion and release of the brake pedal,  asmuinit maximum .sleuriiifi control while  braHiis are off and maximum JirakinK  while. Iirnkes ^u-u on,  To |<f.'l Ihe 'ffool" of a sli'ppery road,  ,ID(i BCAA-advises ihe motorist Id lest his  vehicle's brakes n| shiw-speeds on a level,  l-ral'fic-free slreliih of mad II should he  remembered ihal a rapid iiicrense or  .decrease in iiccnlenilioii inay put tin: car-  Inln ii  skill, �����      '  If Hid relir of Hie aiiloinohllc docs slarl  |o skid, the iicceleriilor shoiil(l he released  apd the front of the car sioorcd in the  direction ni', Hie skid, Ah,soon iitt lliu car  ���iilariii U) ntra||(lili;n Itself ou|, ilpi drlyPr  nhoiilil slralnlllen (lie front  wliepln.  ' When iiNcciidiiiK a hill under Icy cond|-  IIo/ih, a moioi'lsi should ulny, fur u;ioii|<l)  heliinil Inil'l'lc so thai he will nol have io  slow down or slop Thin extra aihk'd  iipiice may also allow liim lo pull nroiiiirj  . tin.' i.'iu; In froul sliould.ill hecMine^iillcil,  A Inn op iipMriidnlj, i'| IMIle okIjii ;npeihl  id ilie'holtom of llii; hlllwill Rlv'ii i|m  iiioiorlsl iixlra nioiiieuiiiDi in li,e|p curry  lilin over, Ihe lop. If wheels star! in Hplii"  n| nny, HniR-fn. Ill') dllDll, Die iiiimiluniliii;  idiould he I'liliiipiitrl slowly iiiiHI Hie m|��|ii-  lilii/( |s allovlalei),  Bnepd nhoiiM ho reduced Ip a mlnliiiifip  nl llm croNl of Iho hill liel'ore slurlln/t  down, For l|i'i.i'liun| reiailiM on ||M) rlnwn-  liill I'llli.llMi Ii'IiiiniiiImmIoii Mlinnld hu plm:eil  In Hid'ond /(ear or a lower Jiiiioinnlle  fillj/jii than cniliii! and Iho In iiiu:.-, puippod  Iffthlly lo liiilp lieep s|iei;i| down, line ol  low itear lihoiikl he uvu|(|ei| un IIiIh lcni|n  - in nuiltf) )'p/ir wii^niH'nitiii.   "  'f;;Thc'sehcdnlp -is, h��W?-.pypV,. with WM). ]':"'  |pam ha'vjrnfplaypd thrpe jtapips. ^hmd- =-),  ln�� Id dMtp;  W  8  a  l  o  pd by^%^^|j'^)^'^t��|2to n  '   J)j||iprs:- prahtRp^way IpS (332), lid  h  0  ���,arek m;(mi iMI!?e Knidish |7��,  ���Neslman .144-. (2(14),  pphlde   Mpst-  For Ag Pis,  20     13     (|  20 13 4  14 |fj 2  13     22     0  Sechell. -  Madeira Pari?  rTphprts CrPpk   Gjhspn��  Hesulls:- Sechell 0, "Gibsons fl. Roberts Cree|�� 7, Ma<|eira Pari? fl, Gibsons 3,  Ijphprta Crook ll. IVIadojra Park fi, Beehol.t  7, jjoliei'lH Creek I, Bechelf 4, Gihsons  4, iVJiideira Park 7,  A i:l|s'l(i��lroun fire at New Weslmlni-  Mlpr Beplemher 1Mb, IIIDH, completely  demolished Hie business miction of lliP  low,),  Lorrl  man 100, ' 1.  ,;  Si;ni{)|-s: , Andy. Ih-Udersop, 240 (644),  Spot! Rodway 2l5; Darcy Stephenson  102. Cihdy aieel (442), Larry Rlcliter 320,  Tuesday Ladies: Nora Leilner 3fe4  (79(j), Karen .lepsen 2)10 ((111).  LadiPs Malinee" Fob.' 3: P.hyllis P����e  dill}), Doris Bond 250 ((109), Illfitlior Beny  250.  Bec|ie|i Commercials: Mnry I'jeiidor-  son 274, T.rneiniiii. Reynolds 335 (Vtil>r ��� l--iI  Butler 255, Couleen Mutjiinlu (SOB), ,lacF  Warwick . Mr?,    Hazel    Skyl|e   2112,    3211  awn.  Ball and Chain Fcl). 5: Scpll  Uenfle'i  tfon ��'l|ll), Lijurie Itantmla 303 (11(13'), Rudy  Crucil ((Kill). Bubbles Oreinhton m (11311),  1  SHOP  Roberts Creek Highway  24 HOUR SERVICE,  PHON�� 886-7126  Prpprielpr, Ml"..l-oiiis Toinicic  (in hnsinoss for 8 years q| ��  5quq|T)ish)   <  ��  THE C5KEAT GAS APPLIANCE SALE  30% OFF I^WAT-HfcAH'lBES!  40% OPF OilYiilS!  2Q% ovf mem wmm mmms  WALIL 'H|BATBRSI SPACI JBEATiUS!  dm  SAYING? EFFECTIVE UNTIL MARCH 31s��  m  tmmmmtm  Madeira School highlights ,-;  ������by Povid Hyalr ond Rp��l4y f oil  TUfi] 11,0, Centennial Iheine in in the  1 lliiielluhl id Hchool, Boine hf Ihe cIiih  hpii art! p|'i!|iiirh|fi ni'mlerH, Mlllohhiu pi.'e-  d'uwoiii,. ii(ii| piirvlnn tptein polim, The  Canada Al'hlelii! A wardh , are, another  |i|)iine pf l||e (i|.'i||o||iila| l|ieule' al��� nehfiul,  AH piipllH will parilcipalo hi Hie, AwiiiiIn  I'm/tram. Ifldiiimilun >Vee|i in March |n  yel aiMilhcr urea In which the B,c, Ceii-  hniuiii) will hi),,eii)ph!iiikud, ,  At Beii|)fi|l I'm Tiiowlny, Ihe hoyn' f|oor  hoeltey iit/ihi defeiiteil ilpi (UhHiinn'  iu|iiad r/-4, (IoiiIn  wihu Hcored  |iy  Harry  SI. Aldan's Half  ROBERTS CREKW  Mdayf February 19  from 1 p.m.  to 3 p.m.  il  . t  Rohorls Ooo/r  Pments Aunfllary,  Word 3, Miho Kuniliienle 2, |.oi'lie Newtek  j, and Alfred i,ii,|lnr I. Brii'.'e tliirrlcls mid  Dunn Kiimmeule Mliaied the |(oii||u')e|)|iia  aniii|<nuieiilH Other playern wore Ken  Blue, Bary Hleherl, Henry Biiiidi|ulnl, ami  .laipeii IVlaclile,   ��� ��� -   ,,  The lyi'id'oii'ii Park hoyii now havn n  2 whift nnd | Ihun record. Next |(ii||ie Id  f��,'|)oi|u|ed I'pr Krlday, l1.o|iei'hi (Ireelwi  hoyn (wll|   he  Iho  oppoiieilhi,  lloi'pdliy in a majpr |'ii(i|or hi iinlionnlnir  chanci.'M of rii.'i|iilrhii( h<-'ini ihiieane,  GAPJfURBD ON JIIIM  with ^       '  ,       MIKE NOLAN ��, .. J  IN, PERSON-  Con��orvarlonl��l - Plq C3a|inp GMjdo {PfiiotoQroplior  NO KILMNQ IN THIS   :,.._ ���JHa.WL. ,���..,'  A Mmit'1 8oq For Tli��  WflOUFAMILY  &4-'i  '     -v "vt*-''���'���;'  nt*m HAftOOUfl SKCONDARY 8<2HOOL - Fch.mmry 16 ��� 7i30 p.m.  SECHELT THEATRE - February )7 - 7��30 an4 9i30 p.m.,...., ,  ELPHINSTONE:WC,'SCHOOL' r fpimmty \m ���' 7��30 pfr��i  APPLIANCES ON DISPLAY AT  l.miM Mors Ui - kdmll - Mmm 885-9464  Cranberries  CHANBKIWY /<I'()w||)|(Mh a  hhih '��� ffpnchillzed form of  hiiuiII frull product|ijn Ihnilei  ii|ilii(nl (.'pllrely lo Cau/idii and  le United--Wl-fileii, In f!ii|iar|��i  Ihe Huy, riid.herrien'are mown  li liu; luwer porlioiiii of Ihe  I'Vaner Mlvor Valley 0/ Briliiih  Cohiinhlii, nn area uoaV Drum-  nioildvllli!, guehec and hi ucv-  ui'iil parln of No'virScillhu  V "pans  Pots  change pace  Nlill'll) a ' clliuino' 'of puce In  ', yoiir Hllcheh? ��� ��� 1   ,  If nil, 11 ��ud way lo niii'iico  lip the plueo In, hi mid new  wnikwiini hi a hrlnlii coltir  and 11 de��l/ui pi'iilly i.'iioiinli  hi iffiii al  Iho lahle,  Whop mtli.'i.'HiiK Ih'e pew  |��o|ii mid piuin, here are mime  iml.l!L��.!JlJL!��-llUIHIlJll.y��l,H��Hlal|i:i,  Mljdiein al Hulled HIhIch Hinni-  |��l|l/t Ci|,".'       . ^     '   . .   -  Your I'h'/il liilei'D/il r<h<'fild  he the hnil condnrjlvlly of  Hie Imiii' iiuiiitriiii I'lmo wl)11 ��� h  ll'ii inade, Ci/ppiT apd iilu'ni  h'lijin an.' Ih'juI, hul -copper  lieedii i'omiiIiiiiI pi||||i|)h)|( l(|  look nllrarlivi' ami aluiiiiuiini  lipir'lwi 'lined liinkii'.  'All llilniiii i''uh,'i|ii|t,'ri'i|f your  henl "hel In dieiivy ii'aii|<o nli>i<|;  They imy' thai your iiecond  h|H|iei'iioii n'hoiild he I'm ||an|.  hl'-elmui cmi|i,'i'n or I'levlcfH,  ConieiH hIhmiIiI, he, (iciilly  ipuilded |'iir eiijiy' c|eii|ilp/( npd  ll|e /.ninnllii'i Ihh|iIi' tin.' mir  I'lp.'o ili'f.fdifjpl'T ll will in' in  waidr"' ""'v" "* """  1 What about hnnillcfiV Nol  oply ah'iu'ld they he ���|i|Miilnl��,,rl  for lop of i7iii/(e line, hul uv-  i!|l proofed  and have dlnipli'M*  ��*|����|-h?of??��-/<Tr   -will)   ^^^���   ff'-f;-  htuml Uitnuhm.  Look al Ihe iIiiih, loo Tlp-y  should he Hinoiill) mi'l |i<'iil|y  loipiilijd, Avoid ,wiuw whJi  fi|pii|i t:ilnfu mui he idire lop/i  0! 1'iinnly  t  11  , t  1 1  ���1  1  -1  * i      *   I  ��� - .*.i  -  ..        *  ��� ��� i  ���*���' ���. * i  ��     f     ,'     '  ��>A/--  i S-  I f  -��� 1  : -1*    i j  ���      1  .- V-' ���:  a  - ���'���  I 1  *' *t    , *  1 ���'..-��!  Ij 00  'C~  * * .  -.s*#/ * ^ ll ,.���**���***'��� ^ " '  -��-��!.�����#    0*0^0.  *>^fc f* ���* ^l���>* ���>^ ^F*l ���**      t    i.  -1  Page 844 The Peninsula Times  Wednesday, February 17, 1971  ���    in.  m    i.   -I-.-.  .I- i.. .,    ,���������.������������,��� - .i   i  ���      -*  Isabel writes...'  ���from the Legislature, Victoria  THE    HONOURABLE    \VAC, Bennett,  Premjei  and Finance Mrmstei  of |he  *���' Piovince of  British  Columbia  presented  the 10th budget of  his   administration  on     Fudfry      and  iV ' said   the   Govei n-  *   merit's   mam   task  this    y~e a* is    to  cieate jabs, a mini-  mumi or 25,000 jobs,  tiorri*    06tobei    1,  1970  to  Octobei   1,  1971,.  The Premier fore-  1^ cast      record    ex-  s pendilures    of $lr  &   V* 800,603,81)0'    repre-  ~   *     W sentin'g    a    yearly  X increase   of   $135,-  ".>*    ej        382,600.  J  - v      *���  ***.:��^ * tvjv at; i ;".     *  ,    ���     K   ���mr,$, *"    ~5��    r~       *   �����     *���*"���*  \  J       fl  v.  ��BJ  ��v-   "�����<      ,���  .    tf-   y. ^ <1 *****  r*  1 School. Disfoici 46., ���  ���    1  \t  ,H  ft  *    -��,  i  The exit ,~ pendilures,' which  mcmde all capital expenditures, are completely balanced fiom estimated revenues  of $1,301,232,400.  Some tax adjustments were ennno-  uneed. Effective immediately, gasoline  taxes are increased 2 cents per gallop.  Effective .immediately, a cigarette and  tobacco tax will he in effect. The rate is  8c per package of 25 cigarettes. At the  same time, tobacco products are exempted  ���at  ^���^a^*-**  -     I -*  A  ���A  tf  As    ^  F jlF ���      *  ���A  *'t  cm 0  /  ���< ���  fc  I V-lV   v^    -^^^ *   1  Students become involved  ;, with Centennial projects  SCHOOL Boaid membeis qre lipping for    can give. This infoimation Willi then bo  enthiibidsUc leadeisiup and participa-? forwaided to the appropriate committee.  !i��^ hT, ^�� KUbl'T ��, Pe^fnmaJ ri��," Co��t��W t�� ^'^e ��ehef, students can  �� vear * ���    ^    ^     dnd ^ helP ^m^lves Grade fi students  pjblto" Nation* Chairman Bill Nun-    �� ^^a "^ thl ee^dSs ZZwM  1   ^t^V^^^?^^^^    LegSveand to ^K Se^^  board meet, u Wear* whqol    J" olhBl plapeb of |nteiBgl  ft ,s q^  ��� StudeftW in   oi,.   d.stuct  ^hoots^^e    btoocl  tlldt s��ome hU,dent5 wU be lnt^r  showing that they can get ipvolyed  by  undeitaking coitam piojects ip this our  Centennial yeai  At Pander.. Harbour, students- hftVS ftl-  leady plained JOt)^Ii^ees and prpbahly will'  pndertake,ofher  p-rojepls.,, . ���    .  The ElJphinstQne students jpian a mid-  Mai ch Homecoming .with! a behtennial  theme, and a Centennial dance shout the  end of -April.        * \  It is the jnteption of HHe Qibsons Elementary students to build an Adv^nttn'e  Playground. .��� '. <   .  A pioneer cabin is another project to  he started.. It will be quite an'endeavor  and it is hoped that all schools, as .well  as outside people 'will pitch in pn this  pioject. Any pessons wishing to assist  aie asked to phone afl(S-?2fl9 or 886-7710  leaving their name and phnne nnmber  and indicating thp type pf assistance they  fef    UL  viewed on the Channel fi noon hhow, and  also the students will lunch Witb the Hon.  Mis   Dawson  ������iwmmaim  iiiuiufM��iu��fcHiii��*ii��iii ii.mi��>iii|iiinniii  Sechell  Jewellers  ^   ft   ft  Jewellry  Watch &  Repairs  ft ^ ft   ft  Phone  885-2421  ti^��iiiii>Ba��aM^y��ainiB��iHTiirTi^iiwniMMM��Mono��ww  Master Chefs  motel room-tax of'5% is operative.  ' Other highlights ,A of the budget included a reduction in the municipal share  of social assistance costs irom 20% tp"  15%, in effect shifting the extra costs  to the Province from the home-owners'  property taxes. At the same time, the  $2 per capita municipal grant which  amounted to $3,100,000 ip- 1970 is maintained.  A $25,000,000 perpetual fund is established known as the "Drug, Alcohol and  Cigarette Education, Prevention and Rehabilitation Fund". *       ' ' r  Another  $20,000,000   is  added   to  the  Provincial Home Acquisition Grant Fund. ���  ,.,.. ,Ac.c6lera(ed      park __ development   .tq.,:  by $15,000,000 to be taken from budgetary  cash', reserve.  $5,000,000 has been added to the  Crop  Insurance Stabilization  Fund.  Annual Homeowher Grant has been  raised from-4-UiO in 1070 io-:$4?e^nJrfmr-  An increased gi-aht for Senior Citizens  from $2',a million to $4  million:  .$70,000,000 is provided for third full  year of operation of over-all Medical  Services Plan as cost paid by the'Government, $20,000,000 more than the first year,  $12,000,000 more grants are given to  universities and colleges. $206,730,000 is  provided for British Columbia Hospital  Insurance.  And there are $14,000,000 more grants  to local school 'districts.  Mr.. Bennett cited comparative figures  between JflfiO iipd |he pew budget":df 1972  tdithistraie the tremendous growth5 in  Provincial  Government services   to  peo-i  , pie, During this period, for example, Pro.-  vipcial     Government   expenditures   for  education' increased   from   $(17,120,000  to  . $4(13,0110,000 find   for   health   and   social  services. l'rom-$115,017,000' to $495,3,73,000.  Give  so  inoro will"live!   Give  Heart  "Fund,.:,.  Gibsons grade 5 Centennial contest  *\#\   o  A  >'n' V'   *faAl'   r >  ,C  fzzf^k^Mim  W#-!i  k*/*-  ry\ ji ft*  v ai�� .*. s   - S   :   i  ^iA+0- Tk   ^      �����, <[LmJ **..  s0~j*j^--"���   ��� '*-*--^Jf t  ^ -\i\ "  j  >s��A<  rA>mi i  ft  J*'AA^<> t"S&  t>*H��H    it    <tir*��  i;��irss ssisiiis  ^K:-^^J^.fe^#��igg��  Sechelt Legion Branch 140  uv  Legion Hall, Sechelt  EVERY WEDNESDAY  |  AT 8 p.m.M (,;  JACKPOT $125  T6 GO  $10 POOR PRIZE  m^k^mii^A^M^Wi  rV\ighly Good  JMst look at tfrese Jieautiiully decpr-  ^tec| caljesl and th'py were gnly nin-  ners-up in Gibsons Elementary School  grade 5 content, Studehts were so  ihriiled with their own ability that  'mothers had to come scurrying down  SOMETHING very Hpecial has been ai- ^ the school to buy lip tliqlr sons and  ranged for the many art lovers in tlie daughters' cakes before aynone else  district, 'commencing on Thursday Feb- snapped them up in ihe fund-raising  ruary 25th, Mrs. Frances FaAninow-will event, hYorri left, and looking for-  conduct a course in "drawing and puintr ward to ,sampling their own creations  ing. ' are, .laclcie Gullickson, Dawn Bake-  Mrs. Faminow is owner pf the Double    man and .laclcio's brother, Tommy  Door Art Studio on Lonsdale A.venuo, in     Gitllicksoil,  Iho. Mnodyvdlle arcar-Nrirth Viincouver's , , , __,   iiiisWcr  to  Clustown,  A highly   rpmlifiud  arid experienced teacher, Mrs, Faminow ' hy Hie Arts Studio '71 Group'. There will  graduated from tlm .UhiverHt'ty uf Oregon ��� he ten lessims huld on coiiKCcutivu Thurn-.  wilh'u II.A. diigrce in'Arls and complulcd day cvenhign in Ihu Art Itooin ul hllphln-  several yours post gruduulo study in piiint- ��l"n" Socoudary 'School, The course la  ipg, stopping Jiityt short of her MasUirs , (��l,fornd 'foi; $10 and the firsl 'Ichiro com-  degree  to  gut  murried, .liuniceH  id  7,ill)  p.m. on  Thursday 'Feb'-'  riiury Ufilli,  Kor the first lesson it is iidvimihli! lo  lulu) drawing mulnrlals and one or  Iwo  RESERVE FEBRUARY 2B��h  Bqhp'f Bop, oniuriity and tho mw VfQtM  ardor.  886-2078  MMWM8WM  o  SvTSP  f  ���> i  NOWI Tho pcrrcct family boar at a  prica yon can afford. Made to ardor  !  PICTURED���17' RUN-ABOUT, Fibreglassed plywood, metal trim, self bailer, cabin, Perfect family  boat  for only       _:    and made to latt. Choooie your own  style from the hull up. \  ��� r   !  PLY-��S,ASS BOM  JOHN ANDpRSONr"'^    '  Hotel Lake Rd,, Garden Bay '' '    . (i  Phono 883-2595  Her work tins., hoop oxhlhlUtd ul Iho  Viuicouvcr Ai'l Gallery prwl sho'hnrt held  a olio mail show in Victoria hestdcp, the  ninny (ixliihllH,, dltiplnycil ucross Ciuiadu,  , At llio Piuil)lfi . Door Hludlo, Mrs,  .Fiiiuhiow (iimiloys ie'n tiihor Uiiicliors,  loiichliiy iniuiy lornui of piilulliiK, dniw-'  Jiik und pollory und nuiy ilurinii Ihu  coui'iiii of iiludiiiH litiro, hi'luu soiuii of  llumii loiii'lini-s in CIllmonH,  Thu couiNii  in h')lnn' lipid .under tlm  piitullnu.s ui' (Irawlniis roprcaontutivi! or  your wfii'k.' Fiirlhci" Informal ion nmy im  olilulnod hy coiiliicllnH Mr, Gone Yu-  hlopiilti ul Illl(l-|l,'l70, Mrs, Vlvimi Chumlmi  liii nl HllO-aiJHH pr Mr, Wally' Vulonciiih ui  Hllll-��lf)7.  a,l)llll,00(l   t!iihiii,lliui��   Hlilfiir   from   ono  Ailull   F.diiciilliin   prounuumo, 'supported    or inoro lypcs of' lumrl  dlsimmi  ra@is  imVBBASa PI1WBK16 IT  |WMaMnwwl<��i��vwniwwwy��w��i  NYGREN SALES  (1971)   UTP.  Your PAPCO PAINT  DEALER In GIBSONS  On ��l��a Wharf 4-000-93Q3  Quollly Jloico ond Morliw  I'olui; ,  MMMWIMIMWWIWWIWIWIWWWmilW  <*��������i��winn��i<w����wi*wwif��n����ft��i��i����r>*<n��w��  PIlUfVlillNGi LTD.  PENINSULA  Deqlnr for  : Supor j<��m Tono  and Sliorwlii Wllllnms  i  Gihsons - 006-9533  Morgan s  Men'i Wear  G,W,G. Work Cloflio*  Wnik Gloves,  SECHELT, 11,4  iilW^IMMMI^fc^^MMMt^MWfcWW^W^^MI^MMWMMr*  MOISTURE'S DANGER SIGNALS  Sumnion. hnrjinnfiig "Is I ha basl ilrjin (or cliacklnu yiir  huiiin (or HkolyJoaks wlilcli coiild njann liocKkiclint) In llio (oil,  focl'iimifi Association |��imoos|i�� HiIh chaqk-llbl of pi,lm��,'irn>li��-  jiiru'wiMIJorjCj t,|)ol!��, fiiorl ol llm lo|i:---ani',l r.liack flilmnoy rin��  ilonnnr roo(u( Jolnh* ond r\nw, a'dhni* ono1 dowin.|)onii>; window  lionioti ond MiiTonndino, oduoi.; i,\\)\. nnd porch poid |o|nli��;  woodwork neor Ihn around; ond any place whom ono iiiirfrica  , nieotb'onolhar wi on dnuly or on'o piano, II old iealoidii am  drlpd, craf-'kod or l��A/!>��noil wilh w��ar, 11% Hmo lor rocanlklnu  ond uUulnu.. .i      , .    , V" - - '     ���'  SPRING BRINGS SCREENS  ���-. <-'A' ���    !'  |lp|oii) piilllno M|| oil llioso window fic.MM'tV* "'"' '|,,v"   fliTniTTifWfuT^  MHjnlinn rn.lvifintJ yon hi ho (��nio ihny om Mill in mux) londh  lion, II Ihoy ,m������mI mp<iiiilln(i or lourh-np, lli.oy ncn' om>|oi: lo  ���i>ahi.t..il.l6ld..lJol.pa.t��uppoi'lfe....WJpa.ull.ull.,du^..undiJlfl.b��lot��l  rnpplylno th0 pnint, f��cr��on onnmol-hvmi oppheri wltlrnn  np|)|lcotor ovollohlo Oapi yoiif |valnl doalor.  ��� nifimwipi'iiioii  "TlniM AdBr|of��"  nr��  MIGHTY MIDGETS  ***mrwiiww*)am*n*0W*vn0i0i0mn0ynn0<  TWIN CREEK   LUr^BEIM a  RUILDING  SUPPLY  Yapr '.  Gofinrnl Pnlnl s  Don lor  ~MoiM;|in'��l-fc.-Uiuu/u..~  -   Pnliilfi I  Siiniltln�� Const i  Hlflhway noar  GIBSONS  Phono QQ6-200Q  ' '      i  mmmmimiiiimmm,  48 m��p.h, on cells  DAUIATSU Kofly'o K.K., un  an to muiuifacluror, has announced pluns .to inarUof two  halery-powered pud onu !hy-  hrld vehicle in Japan next  yoiir,  The fompuny said it will  |>c��in prndiiehm. a three-  wheoled, liuid-coll huttery-  ppwered vehicle at w rule of  uliout 10(1 uiiiKs ti luopth next  wprhi|{, The vehicle' will havu  u top upccd of aliniii *lll niph  and will hu aPle to inivel a-  hout fill ii'iilcK on one cliargc,  Japanese rails  order speedup  'MI'AN'H   National:,   HuilroiidH  Corpora!lop In., plahnhvit new  nupoi'ii|i(ied IrahiH whlcji will  rival ,|e| ali'iirai'f in Hpecd mul  iininl'nii,  Th",y hope Ihe ���'.(")() ui|ih  IrahiH will luijp (i.tuvn off Iho  worn!. I'lhii'iinlid''' ci'liil'H In llio  Wl-yflar IliHlory of (lie iialioii'i)  liiri<eit!, himl^oiei.iioi'i'M'irnlhiii,   ���  |)en|)|le anh'iiiii revenue Of  riihoitt^^^dlHuii, ihu ruih  roadshow! aro deep hi "duhll  Tinjiiioiiil ii'ii"i"iti'i"'iH wii"i''ii'" 'lhat  di.'hlft coiilil nuoo r|iio lo i!i|iiul  iiniiiiiil  I'lventKi, ;  T|io now !riil|jn will he ipui(-  piilliiaily' miiipoiideil and wllil  / /(lido IhroiiHli (lie air only  1'Jvii'OlKhljin' of nn Inch ahuvu  a jiiiihlttwiiy aflnr IukIIhh whh  ii il�� 11 i'ii)'y--whifo|�� i.~.-����.~-��*----.~-.-��.*.  The Irahiu urn diml/nicd In  covoi'   Iho   DIM   ipll'iti   jjillweeil  Toliyn and Oiiulia lh ono hnnr  and 'Mi iiiIiiiiIoh,  vmv nmuww ��y irr/a  . |iiuiiilli| ol hiiiih un ihu now  Irahiu will ho lipuw/^liy lii'/X  lipd If I lie IctflM |i|c MU.ccrjhHflll,  Tlio'Tranupoi Oil Ion ��������� Ministry  und' Ihe lallroailh hoi>u to  have Ihe Hiinoi'Hpoiiil route Jn  I'oiuiiicri'liil iJ|niM|l|ou hy April, I ono, i ;  Ili/tli-Mpciul hiililei train ���fi,'i'"  vhVn ���ivifiiiuiilly w)|| ,|in hk��  li'lidcd In . iiuuIIkuo ihipiili  mul iho noniMirn iiilmnl nf  llnkluililo. Filly ��i||dil new  n��ii����,fm,nvrrlii/.r"'l��('lW'���,rMlll'-,(f  firu al |iiib��ep| npfh'i' uMiiiiiiriiii.  ll��n...    .   .���... . ���.,'... ,':''. ,.,  ,1'l'MHi   hi   mTMIll IIIH'<'OI|0|ll|i'  rniiM'h arn |ir!ti)|( oljiHlnii'h^l  l)y.uippoii||lhn���lr��^ii-!'Jiiciuljtu��  ol ihn ��ovciiiiiiiiiiI Mipiihlve lo  haiaT pi'eii'mirnui Of III! Vinileii  dim fof ahnlitlori under a 10-  yn��r plifiih����/nin hud fall,) only unu ,1'ian h,:��n�� plaiiiilniiuil mo  'ho*,    '     \        '    ',.,   5  !  V  kMALriiQuoR;  '���,,)'   I ,    ~ ~f\ >     ><f  T ,. �����'  I       1*1 '  \ Now gcJMm beer lasfc in A mall - liquor brctw, |  ilil�� ��<|ywiiwriv/ii i* m^m^ vftytytito His timvi.tenM tal hi by His flvmiwisniyl IhH'Hi bslumbiik  ri  y  ii' ,i  *��- ���������firfti^Mii +-.+0. ����tA*^>lh��i��l4kS^iM|��Mft<��  i^i,.iwh��iii(Hiif ^.^jw^HLfc^^���*w*ifi'p>����iB��i^i^i^ii^wi^��^^'*w<*'��ip��i*i^^^v*^^iffc^ii^L^��^^��.iiH^Wfc)i^ ^^^i^fctf n^m&vim^'^'Aafiiiixte'^  Jl  IH!(W^|��ftM  icf%^:fA^^^^Z^^^^A^Ji^'J Pariners- in Action"  SpoufS'Giiides unite  DURING gcout-Quicle week, a"very important day opours fpr til| Girl quides,  poy Spputti apd Ciihs. Thfa day is J?oh-.,  ruary 23, "thinking Day", set aside hi  honor nl iho founder of PminnitJ a.nd  GuiihhM, #T,m:d^ Rfwflm-Powell, apd (he  World Chiel Guide, U\dy padi'ii-Powell.  To exemplify the idea of I'Partpefa  in Action", op Sunday, Fein nary 21,-  Guides, Scouts, flimvrues and Guhs will  maich togcthei ' irom Gih.son& wharf lo  the United Church where a jpipl ceremony will taku placu at 2:00 pm, m Ihn  Christum Education hall  At thtri timc,."ThuffunK Djw Pennies"  tire given hy the girls to (he Woi|d Thinking Pay Fund- These pennies are collect- -  ed; apd, d.istHbutetl^internationally when  and where;' a need arises.        v    parents, friends apd. nciglihors rfro  partners too and they are all cordially  invited to attend his Scout-Guide service  Some nf the, younger *'p.artnors'\ tfo-  fipa 'Hastings; Wfary-Kay Ganl, Maureen  Forsythe and Patti Starr, of 1st Gihsons  Thrown ie Pack .were awarded tjioir Golden'Hand on February 0th and -weio surprised wilh.a large cake!  A sticky 'thank you' to Mr. Eric White  who very expertly did the appropriate  deeprtUi-ng. Al -the same time, mothers  proudly watched Golden Bars being pre-  - sen ted to Kerri Barnes, Esther Michaud,  I-iiiurie Stromquist, Colleen-.Bennett und  Shirley Spence.'Congratulations to these  hard working prowhies.  Travelling Around  An  Finance Company  Repossessions  Oh the Spot  -    and  Immeeliq'te Financing  75 cars to choose  hem  Spine day service   ..  Phone collect fpr free  Credit Check  879-4166 or 879-6701  Anxiously awaiting the resitjt of the  baking contest pre gi^p'jj' Gibsons  E]leiT|entary School sb-ujepba who  baked antf deoqr^led ��� r^Qre than 5Q  Bake-a-Thon  cakes, which wore Jater spjcj to Help mpiit is in sessiop. One hundred or  .raise funds foi\t|iBir CenhanniaVpro- more students hope to make the trip  lect which is a trip to'tb,e'Legisla- which  \y\}\ include  visits tp other  'UveBiiijdingsin Victoria wjiilepatjlia- places, pf ii}tpre&| in, tjie Capital GUy.  ste  rfj  ��mi�������im,M��m��n��uun,mn��w������.��wi  jjiey rnh  lutq a \-\e.i\vy sto/tn wUh |n  ci edible down-pourings ql raip and such  violent gules !h��U 1hu plywpod crate pu,'  jpp  pi   their"car  was  lilted  opt   pi  its  cradta apd blown |nln the sea  ,  Ip spite of being accompanied hy their  ���hig~dog, the tiavelleis weao wairply wel-  cppicd at cvejy mqtel where Ihey stopped  and they found charges moderate, the.  average rpnt of a moiel being between $7  apd $12  ��� Oiegoq seemed tq be more cajed for  than WaRhipgtpn, which can perhaps be  accounted foi by the ccoppmic plight ot  Seattle apd many of its people.  a lyir Leucine Uqpkb it is always a  joy, when driving south, tp see Ihe first  viney.uds m California apd. 1o kpow one  has epteidd the land of sunshine, but to  ti|kc a leihuiely duVe thiopgh San Frap-  cisco on a Sunday aftcinoop ,is. |o him  a sheet delighl The densely built little  hou<us, paipted ah colp|s pi the uunhow  are by no me.ius nevy, but so well cared  tor  They made a stop al Santa Gnu, which,  vvith lis chanfung homely motel was almost hke a h'omeepming, and again, at  Santa Barbara Al both these places they  and their dog delighted in thp miles ol  glouous beaches whoic they could -walk  to then hearts' content r  Their destination -was the home of  then daughtei in the hills ca>t of Los  Angeles, where at litis tiiiic. of thp'year,  ���there is iio -fo_g and dciiglitfnl sfviftK  weather. The homes thejjc,'but|t for s.pilth-  . ern ciiniale, are jspacipps and PPI-haps  pver mechanized hy Pnnipfyrisoq with  Sunshipe: <3past standards- "#ehi�� heated  by gas, they are practically cjuslless, in  spite of ahnos! constantly pjjen dpots  Giant garages 1a|cp tho place qf base-  mepts. %p��e so-called siipyrbs. are hpdl  into the hills ip groups pf about a hi-ind-  ied at a-time. Outwardiy they are all dil-  ferent, bul they are based fundamentally  on the same design, respiting in ecoppnuc;,  which are offset hy ppyienfiptcripr de-  cot at ipp$..���13emUifuM  ���with southern trees and shrubs, slope to  Z   '    ... . ��� ��~by Mary  Tihlripy/  MR and M1'? Fri^t Lcuphto are twp pf the |!��rdpn.s with ihpiy banana, p*eps,  the }\\$\.y residents -who iplapd pur filttw mi pomegranate f^ees a|id the  tecoid snowlall hy taking n tnonth,s b'ip heav^nlv sfBnjprj'early pavpissu^. Hw-*  to Califprina. Thoy diovp hy the coasjl wvy. theip |s no pjace fpr a ti|pg to take  lopte ppiply always in sight pi the-mni ' h> mqwnfl s^flH 0h4 tho Lapchte's be-  ot tin" ptipti'lp. Close tp Oannpn peach    m\ |o thlnl, jwfalgipaliy of tj^ir gardpn  "-   '"'-  '     " ,r~" "������ul-',-'     In ^ajt'iiippn pay, of all \hp wpvk waftlbg  p pp done apd pt the flowprs that wpi^jd  ,je popping tlppugh In Febrnary.  pt-jo p| the things they found most  tfighjehiplj was the possibility oi illness  or np a,cpident while they were m ,the  States. Their s>on-w-)aw had a mptpr bicycle acpidoip dvn'mg thP great" bush  fires las|. fall and they know frpm Ipg ex-  ppviencp that it cpst $��0Q to be in hospital for ppe week, opa^l Irom doptors'  fpes. 0|ip ot the chiol pioblems [n Oph-  joipiq, especially in tps Apgeies Cpuhty?  iii i,he evei ,Increasing cost of wejfarb.  ���LA, Cpijnty has about sevcp wulileju  penplp,  ol  whoin  800,000 are riicelvjpg  Sightseeing as such hds never appealed to Frit/. Leucine, but hpte in Pali*  foinni, he found csylia-oidmipy ��ntrtr-  pj-isps which, on account of their iirfdjs-  gpised pomineiciahsm arc nptewprthy.  They wcie tascmated wilh Disnoylandi  j^nplj-'s Foim and, tn patticulor, Lion  Count ly Sajau, which is Alnca mast  ingepipusly biopght to five hundred acres  ol flat veidant land ip the hills ol Change  ppttpty You diive with yotu car windows  plospd fpr two hours or so through a  landscape inhabited by ostuehes, nenver-  pps. prices of lions and then- cpbs, zebras  mingling wilh springbok, the tpiy duiker,  tho long-horned kudu, qntclopes of alt  kinds, ihinos and hippos 6niy the dangerous A^ncap buflalps are behind iopces.  ^PParpptly, frep arp the giajpefulpbi^alis,  while elephants -hide hpliipd ���grpppij 'pf;  trpes and' eat away at <(i0 P��hn lVpt]jfi  Spaces are "so vast' that evfen ���the-gfi^f^  appear Smaller thpp one Msualfy'lmagip^  thejn fo he. '        J  Finally you anive ip the Ehteilaip-  ment (bopiuK anolhci wide open spade  where you tan stretch youi legs and  mingle with l|amas. goats, sheep and  giant tin tics You can buy |ood with  whuh to iced the luilles and the fup-  Ipving seals m cijstal Lldai wateis The  huildmgs aie In an attiactive Alucan styje  and pvciything is clean and tidy with no  scrap of papei or pollution of any kind  lying   around.   Yon    rnpy>   r^iv  MT  Complete Electronic Service  T:y. - Rqtljp - Stereo Systems  m\\,cQ dealer'  Sales and Service  hies electronic:  Gllttohs 886-7117  you would glodly have paid far mpfe'  than the $3 fiO chaijj'c had you known  vvhal conscientious commercialism at i|.s  pest eould prpvidc for you  ������eaaLJ**  (<,  11  mH^nn��MWMMm��MMM��������ywt^<wn��wwwwwW>iww��iw^��fiw����.��>>ii  THE  SHEET  .' '    i��"*.  DUNLOP  650x13 4 ply B/W  $17.50  700x13 4 ply B/W...  $i9rqo  735x14 4 ply R/W  $20.00  825x14 4 ply B/W -  $19.00  775x15 4 p|y R/W  $20.00  GOODYEAR  A70^13 W/L Bolted  .,$34.35  E70xl4 W/L. Bolted ....  $37.14  P78x 14 W/W Belted  $28.50  600x13 4 ply B/W  $21.00  700x15 6 ply RIB   'Mt-M  $33,05  FIRESTONE  670x14 SUPER iPPliT  $3Q,00  070x14 W/W Bolted  $27^50  670x15 W/W Belted  $31,00  G7flxl5 B/W Bolted    '.  $20,00  025x15 4 ply B/W  $20,50  735x14 Proirt, 500  $29.50  645x14 4 ply W/W  $17.00  775x14 4 ply W/W   .  $19,95  Hero   Gaps  %{ter, jtldffin^* 50 pV > rpom i JwiDlqq^  JoQlfiiUf cnke&r$nrely ||)e judges qi\a]-  tfy fnr a s^niple Pri^cj-pa] pf Gibsqns  ISlpmentai'y |Sol|p6| Goprge Copper  prepares jo ci|| into Healhep Dime-  an's chopqlale cuke, docoraled in reel  and while Valentine |heme yvh'ile  iyjfs. Ann n��hl is more than haiipy  Willi l|)e grade 6 sltiden|s' effoi'l  which wi||.help |a|ce 1|)ei)i pp  Cenipninal visit to vj'ptnila.  Tho, Pgn^^iilq Tjipcs  Page B-5  Secheh Notes  Dll. npd lYIi'K. A Hip Hwnn pf VYphI ,Sc  iiliojl have ri!iuri)ci| fnim a' trip |o  California where t|��wy v\h\\w\ ih�� Paollnm  fiupiiy ,|iv ^iip ii'riuii'iHcn. ,l>i'. and iVfra.  j'aeliuui hnprt to return to fipchdl dnrihi?  the comiiui KHininor,  lyfr, nnd Mi'", ci, C. Ayi'e of ^iindftr,  '���jyiaoHnliii urn .y|H||ln�� lyira, Ayro'a uIhIupi,  ill Soclmll, M|'H. Iii,  Miirlny'i  Mcm. |l,  T,'  hifHonH and Mi'h, A. f�� Pnrfuinn     '   '"'"''"'"  t Tyfrii, I.iiu ,lnhnn(ih |h viidlhiK rnli|t|vcn  hi  Capiphull . |l|vi!|'.  The popular MarUnrvlllo playorti arc  comhiit lo Hpii.linll op March IIIh wilh  Harlioi'villc '71. tl<i|oi|n will ho avplliihlu  fi'oiu memhnrii pf Ihn (''oiilcnnlnl (Jomuill.-  Iho  ihln  wucK, ,   �����  "��� ���/,.,-���....'........��� >.,...    , ,; )   �����������>. ����rm��i��������m��>w��������w��i��wMM��iMnW.www.>pM>,M)WimiM���  is' ca  eaiitifiii place  Hospilal Auxiliary  plans fufure projects  SplCT-jfE^T Auxiliary  to St.  lyiary's IJos-  ,   pilal piej |ast week with Mrs  Fay l.o-  w|s iii fhe, clia'i'r.    -  Conveners 'pf slandhm (!f)ip|ni|-toos  ���wn|'o'aphn|nlod arid plfinn for fiithrn pi'n-  jnpts djscUKsed,-   ��� ;,.'  A halip si)le cpi|vencd hy JVfrs, M-  Thh'ley apd Mrs, ,M. .I'nnea will |ip hold  0!) April 15,     ���  '.,'. jyj'ju p, Cppppr; oiifi, M'rs.. .iyt'.. lyippfr  fCe-mory will he rcHpoiiHihli: for u final in  tjie [Way pay Parade,  - n'pptatiyu diilc pf fjupi; ty ha�� |)n(?p Hp)  fpr tl|o miirinier .lupchcpp, %m. Inn ttral'i:  Wi|l cpnvepe th|H popular ffvepj, and has  prnndHcd iiopie surpr|!ie,s,        ,.'..'���*  Npvemhcr l�� l�� Ihe (lain |WhTo Tenl,!,)  Annua.) (3moi'liaiibord. ^ ���  l^ll|ce|'v|i|i},7i |k eninihK in Hio ����i-'  flhel), pchpp) on March II when tylrn.  JlyHledl will havu chaffic ni' n cuiidy ��iali.  Varlpps cppipilllci! rpiioriH Nhowpd  COI|||pMed"hillireftl. impL-chilly "ihe Th��1|'|-  $hop, apdlhfi vnhnitcerK who vlidl and  H|inii I'l'ir Ihn h'wpltail ipjll'-'llla. and iiHUiat  ip (hu Therapy  puparlniepl.  An ih" inocihiij iliii.o wait thu n��ai!i  r|ale iim Ihal of Ihn I'lnl rniidlar ninclliiii  lop yiiara nup, Kehri|i.|ry II, llllj) the Inip-  )ih!ii,pf iliiii ineolinflf "wuri).|'!;iif|,'Mni. Ilnna  ftwiiii, Ihn find |)I'cnI(|o|iI imi| 'lliu |i)ii|i"  i|iiy f!u|ui will) I'hiir inoipliurii .w|ip were  jlj'i'iNi.'il'l.'' nl Ihe oi'/pini/.iilloii iiicijllii|ir  Joph|n/ron. ������������' ���.' '���'' -  �� Th�� Ai|Kl||i)ry 'fnei>|n op ||ie .necopd  TlnirHdav In 81. MHiln'n Hull, pew pinp).  hern are weli;oinn,       P| ,  mim0mmmi0*mmmwmfiwmi^mmnmm^mm*mm*MmV0nilm0^  WsiMstoy, Fpbrwpry 17,1971  First iiieef of 1971  for Pender Auxiliary  FlliS'l1  mepllpii   in   1071   o|   the   Pepdej'  tliuhoip   Hobpilal Ai|xihfiiy  was held  In   the   Lcidop   Hall,  Madeini   Paik   on  Fehj-pary ifi w|ih w /ctiye nnd fl��sn<'if|tl)  inpinhers pimcpl, apd Mrs'. Cj, Ctpiildrup  luesidinij.  Now copunltlpe chairmen  nrp'ijH fp>  '*'"V(ihinf!(!!'i>, Mrs, O. Sladey; Thrill  ��hop, Mnv1'1- Pl��Pii; Ni)vt?lliPS| IVIr^.fhiii-  |rii(}, Hppslfbiit, iM��'^'' VYplporl i RlefiKJnic  ,)iu;,s; "Mi'H. l'h)i|SKcaiii Mini Thrift Shop,  Mi'n, R, llrowp,  Cp-ordiiialhui  Cpupcjl���'hippd>o'rs, - Mrn.l-  qpMldnip, Mr": Phniinlly.  Alturnatn  n��nnih��r��,  iy|rfj.  0|sp)��  upd  ''Ml'��. Sladey.  "���' Funfl' rf|lfl||i(ti eveptR fpr Ihe. i;ptnh)n  year will, Ipuludu a Flidiinu'Durliy in the  Hiunnier mid the iinnuul li'idl OfinTtval In  Ochfhei', A innpiherHhlp drive w|)| he  hold diirliiff Ihwpllal Whnh In .May. ���  Thl! mini 'I'hriri Sh'lp III lh" linipcol  Hill and (lladyn fh'owp on ihe 8iuiuhlne  (.'piiHl Hwy will |ip npi.'n every flay o�� .  rippt WodiiiiHday i'riiin III n.id. lo If p.m  i.'iicli ilny for (lopathinH ai|d khIch, |)oiih  IIoiiii iirichitdly ,necdin|/''foi' the XU'ii"!  'Hhnp. '     '"  Tea wiih iif!)'yii<| iiflcr (Ipi ppiellnK and  look Hie fnni) iif n Hon V'ny'ii/ie fpr Miu  flonlilriip, Mni. li\u\'i,f Mi'n. PorloouH apd  Men, HciiIch w||o are offlo y|Hi|. vari.oiifi  |)io"n��x|. few  At  the weekends, happy young people on  horseback pass on the winding trails and  alonu the fpo lueakt, high up in the (peon  sp.ucs Hcic, one can stand and woprlei  why rvciyono m Ihe Slates doesn't emi-  (P.ile to Cahloinuj, jutjt as one jdVv'oy.s  wonders how thcic cap be Capadians who  haven't yet discovered our heaplilul British Gp)pmpui  Mptpi bicycles wcrpp'|. q)pte spch a  fflgo as they were when 1)10 'I^epchte's  vlsjlcd the area last year, peihaps he-  ciiL|.so of thp tijdit money sppqlipn Evo|y-  hody .seeiped lo be in deht and waihnir  for tho lax ictipn chpijue, hnl the dchfiht-  lul climalc, the sipjiinft hpd.s nqcs and  anes of nlii|.s (pove.s laden vvith frui|,  t.inKOiine.s rjl top cent;, a pound and small  avnciu|ps loi live renhs, all i.ci ve as a  r-onsliuil leminder ol a lovely climate  close to 1|h> nuisl  Al j^miina Beach, M�� apd Mis  j^eiifdile visited qonie forniei noiahhoiPH  Irprp West Vapcopver pi I hep- Kma|l at-  Iractiye hpTpp, I^nHpua , Beach in,vbr'y  huifih  lihp, yVo^t.  Viip'conver except  fpr  1^1% otogran/ie,'  T  planiiH arniipd Iho wprld'ln  weelui, '  :/ por ������  Professional  fo)  20B0 or O0G-2G73  IMrWURGmS ZhCXf' pOGS *-$OFt ICF CRFM  Co^o Ir? For; A Snoclt Or for TnM Our Ordw  OPEN 1! A.M,-Vp.M. (Wlntor Hrm>i)  ,8qmp|fi�� Shown In Tl)4  GontpfelCPrdPrv Saivleft  Anrt Jrfli��k Ifiir<)i|f9f|i)pi:  Slip Cnvor�� ��rtd  Ucd 5pr��o(<��  900m0.m^mmm��m0.*um��nmmmm0m��0'^��L��mm9mm0mm0'mm0tmm0'mm����Km00^0mm0LV.0^i  Kt  Just for Writing        i  }<t*  The Gqlfi^dlan Weekly Newspaper Asspcjafjon thrPM^h  The Times wjll pay $300,00 fpr the hes*t letter of between 250 anci 7Q0 words on th** function ofq jgoQcl  |pcq| newppefper. Tills contest J,$ ppen fo qll rpciclers  of the Time?,, ,  ���"*"-"���'���"  Posciihp li1) your own vvoit|s fust whql n locol naVyfipnp��f' wwrw  ro ypii, )o ywr family, i�� ypMr��ppmm��iii(|y; In Q^m^, Iirw  c|oqi? ll help yati lo cf)\cty IIfo Ip yatir cpmipunjlyr   ,   .  Poiishech exporr IlioVflry stylo is no^oi-isin!, ^aiber, th�� \^gm  Will bo IniorostAri |p Blrppla, p|cqr nxrjosllion iriQr IndfCflles  np riwrtjop'ofis by iho r^iflor pf |ha rolo pf Ihu wookly  '    In ihncomrniipliy.  JihIijob will iinl look (nr fi��t^s&|yp|y hi^h pmlso for Th�� Tlmos;  Ihdy vyili sjinly ihn |i|ilon)nm nn<| unddrfjipridinfj by rmdom  of Iho fiinciinn nf. Ih�� IprhI nPYy��pnp��r,., whql H wmM Mo,'  Whoi" Mipl |)OW II fihoilli) K��iv<l Hf. a}rr}p)Mp|!y q|)(| ||q fpq'ifop),  Mall your entry More midnight, March 18, 1971, to.  :w_... ZC W N A... Cpnte5t.~..Ed l^prr-Th0���Ttiihio^r^'; :~  ' ,.��� ', '   '/��� Pox^lO, |Sec:he|tv .��,cZZ, J ���'''-  H�� charfjc for Qi)U\e*,      ft MoI<q ��ovarq| onlrlo�� If ypu with.  ^ N�� ogo restriction.*. A frny ^aiior of Tlio Tl>��?���� may. W��t  ���'i l       ���...",���'���������  Could you Use $300.00 (C^SHt  %  J 1  .ll  .:;���  II '..  \+. 4k*w*. ���*. *.ft.^"��*-* A *��#k*** *.AAA^AA�� ^ *H*  k/h^^ �����.j��n*.j%f��nK**.��**i��-****.4fcJ"*****"**1  l,-*����VI-*^*w#Wi*,^4-��^ ^^.*****&*#i*Mr0*.-***b0+*  I WtM^t* 44 K<Mi*^����wll^V:WtA��^<liW)^��^U|llW W NllHih^!^*,  >*  -a V   J* -r�� . f  v.  a*-.   '   i  , <  Pqge Ej-6 .���The Peninsula Time*   Wednesday, February \f  1971  1'j "   "i i" ������ ���-'   ��� i    iii"m/'h   .  u  "    i'       i"  'i ��� ���'J; "'--" v      ..Nn.,, im x   _ i ��  V  '/    >>  i-LiLV.  ,-*>  ITERPRISES-ITD.  ���i ,^ ������  &!  <>>/ vvi,  Of! A  irjry toss,  (l 1) Business Will Be  iliilf Bnfo Retail Pricltig.  2>. SUPER MARKIf PRICING: Because of Volume Pyrlqhasing.  3) AN OPPORTUNITY FOR THE ''IKMT-YQUI^SilJIir To Buy At Realistic: PrifieSt  I   i     ��� ||i *  (imincjting Accounts   Receivable,   Which   Are  FIRES?��!  Full 4ply nylon and the premium tire of the century. The Firestone Factory  in Hamilton is running a special order of 250 of these tires for us, We expect  delivery Early in March.       <  Suggested Retail Price 44.25  7.75 x 14 .  0.25x14 "- %  8.25x15 ^  WITH RETREADABLE TRADE-IN  WHILE THEY LAST          Brand tMew <8 ply Nylon Tires For  ���'���jiFpi  F0RPS, CHEVS, PLYMOUTHS,  DODGES, PONTIACS, METEORS  7,75x14   -  8,25x14  8.25   15  BLACKWALLS.-....,...ljl   -w      &  ��  VOLKSWAGENS, FALCONS,     ;  VALIANTS, CHEVY II ' �� %  5.<S0x15 ���   ��  6.50x13  BLACKWALLS    WITH RETREAPABLE TftAPE IN WHITEWALLS $2tQQ EXTRA  K  COMPARE THESE PRICES AND THEN HURRY TO CHESS. ENTEUPRHME LTD.  6.70 k 15 6 PLY  A QUALITY LOW PRICED ALL WHEEL  6.50x16 6 PLY  IRE. DESIGNED FOR CITY , RURAL AMD  HIGHWAY SERVICE.  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