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The Peninsula Times Mar 10, 1971

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Array �����W.*i  =�����?*  A  Hit Doug Whee/er . . .  $ea% Canadian Graphic Industries Ltd.,  lfeDji W<a8t S%h Av0af  Vancouver 9�� B.C.  . Service  /���'���^GIQNAL Boaid ol't'ice was packed to  /    "overflow $t   last -egplar meeting   of  11   $ \K$ Boaid and hostility became mcreasing-  / iy* obvious when the matte-   of petitions  pjfotebting the recently imposed Land Tax  *  M p*> water u&ei"5, came up for discussion  K 1    }t Three   petitions,   including  a   total   of  ,**^me hundieds' of names were lead out  ���*3|)d Mayorj3ill Swam, -epresenling tax- '  ,. 'p^yeit.  of  Sechelt,  explained  that  more  *, ytan a bundled num*js weie on the peti-^  ^ ^|pn  he had submitted   He said  general'  Opposition is lo the land tax imposed by  ������-'    tJf-e   Boaid   The  present   line   has  been  1 ^ Ip existence foi foi ty yeai s or more and  *'jp��ople cannot ��ee why they should have.  1   \q suddenly pay an additional $40 for the  -   f-ftme line, further, residents would  Like  '    j t<) know how long the tax is likely to be  ,        pained on and is there any likelihood of a  > ^ Igter decrease.  tfj$* *s  Other petitions were from Selma Park  gpd were.on similar lines to the Sechelt  j   ��' ��{ibmission.  ^ Chairman. Jim Tyner    attempted    to,  f >  <pass  the  buck  by  stating  that the  proposals had   been discussed at. length  in  ^g^syi  meeting  but  for  some  reason   the  v^ifyess   did   not . publish   it.   Tyner   failed  \o mention   the  fact that bulk of such  '     gjscussipn is carried out jn Committee,, a  .       T��po��t   is   subsequently   read   out   from  ^scrap of paper at the following regular  Reeling and,  previously,  was invariably  '    " Sjppiovpd with a minimum, pf discussion.  Cfpnsequence is that as  members of the  f     , Bfess hear only  part  of  the  story,  it   is  almost impossible to preseht a clear pic-  t    J ,tyte of the true1 situation. Some reports,  "usually ���by staff members, are typed and  a'vai'able to the-press, Reports by chairman Tynei, directors "West and Wol'ver-  ton, who seem to comprise most major  aornmittecs, are usually piesented tn the  scrap of- paper foi m  A�� attempt by directoi Frank West  to justify the excessive land tax imposed  upon water uscis was accompanied by  copsidejablb mutleiing and,an occasional^  saica&tic lumatk tioin uate useis pie-,  &?HL He emphasued the fact that >the-  Secfjelt line has to be "lenqwed and that  p.an>rall loi expencJituie of $60,000 with-  ���see page A-6  , ,,     ���  School Board Trustee?  criticizes chit-chat  TOO much conversation across the table  at schpol board meetings, was criticized  by trustee Bill Malcolm befqre the February 25th meeting adjourned after ajri  "iii committee" session at 11.30 p.m.     ��"  Mjnutes of this meeting record that  the Board had reconvened after the closed,  session when Mr. Malcolm expressed con-'  cern over the lack of rules of procedure  at Board meetings. He recommended that  more attention be given to proper parliamentary conduct in addressing the .chair.  Earlier in -the meeting, Mrs. Agnes  Labonte had asked for a negative vote to  be recorded when approval was given to  the motion made by Mr! Hayes and; Seconded by Mr. Mulligan, that the deadline  of 1030 p.m. be extended so that the  agenda could be completed.  The February 11th meeli-ng of the  Board adjourned at 12.25 a.m., afler having been in committee for three hours  after the regular meeting ..ended at approximately   9.20   p.m.  in  Sorving tho Sunshipp Coqst, -(Hovyc Spynd. to Jpryis Inlet), including Port Me||on, Hapkips Lppdlng, Grap'hqms Lqpdmg, Gibsons," Roberts Creek,  Wilson Crppk, Splma pork, Sechell, Hajfrnodn $ay( Secret Cove, Pcndor Harbour, Madpirp Pork, Klejndgie, Irvine's Landing, Earl Cove, Egrpont  1  2nd C|qss tyq1|  Regjslrq'kjr-. N<?; 1 M2  ��l  Union   *��-  Label  This Msue 12 Page? ���  12c  LARGEST CIRCULATION 6f ANY PAPER ON THE SOUTHERN SUNSHINE COAST.  Volume 8, No. 15 - WEDNESDAY, MARCH 10,1971  pS^fihwalfetoi  *A��~X.  �����Vw_  $*>**t.  /  l*fV ��������***  *&�����*�����*  -<T  /?  J**l  tt  ���>'      *#- ���H  K  V��s$i\-  "1"  <. ^*-��-,  r      .��*��� * ���  *>*i r  LL.    ^ "      '  -*    "   I v.-. **~ f     I        -" ' ' I  A-AhtW-iA!^''  0&m>  f��  V/Jf  fl  '��"\  ���T^^X^-H  --!v  ^^���"L^JIxecutive   Committee     report  of  the  j 7h^|^|||.'! approval of the Board  as a  whole  *���&[< *4l ,1^->l regular meeting. In order to dis-  .j.-^^p-Jf the  matter fnnher a special  meet-'  i^lif.been slated for Thursday March'llth-  l ^"V^w   -hJiwTENNIAL "������   vS||7|i 7.30'pm'i-n the Board-offices,  ���'A3M2/'"Qentennial  '11   Caravair is "schedxiled  j^<?fjfl$$)�� oh "display in Gibsons" Aprfr 21st  '^iBp 12 noon to 10 pm at the JSunycrest  ^4*PfiP' ll) Sechelt the following day April  .J^pind The Caravan will portray by visual  ^S'^'ijip sound resources of the Province and  ' I'l'f'^iM0^1^  events of iniporfar-ce. ���  \0m\ip\m up    -  <A(4fS  figures lelepsed last week by Regional  "^piJdJng inspeptor F|-ed Heybum ipdic-ite  man missing  on journey io Alaska  SQUAMISH   I1CMP  are  reported   to   be '  conducting a search for a Secliell m,'n-  TlescribecT as a foTmer logger and prospector who made headlines last Friday  ih the Vancouver Sun when he set off  from Horseshoe Bay f.pr Squauiish as_ first  step'of a proposed 1,000 mile horseback  journey to Alaska'Highway.'"**���  Thitty-eight year old Peter Bilous Iras  a wjfe and young family  in Sechelt. He  -is- understood to have purchase a horse  last week on the Lower Mainland for  $200, loaded il up vvith provisions and  set put on a seven month i journey to  somewhere along the�� Alaska Highway,  via Squamish. He apparently left Horse-'  shoe Bay last Thuisday but in the eai ly  hours of Fnday morning his horse, minus  baddle  and  pack,  was found   wandering  ��    t-$rwcrlul-*rtn    13tt��  Council has discussed the  the old Sechelt wharf is deteriorating  rapidly and has been reported as posing both a hazard- and an eyesore.  Yet at last meeting of Counpi} an  alderman suggested Council is powerless to take action. He claimed warn-  0  A-\*-r  *qar*Mtr0,Kli*fJV**' *  Sechejt Eyesore  fact that ���<��� ing signs were posted but none were  visible from the entrance end, over  %*a2  ''Barkerville'1 shows  Sechelt and Gibsons  CAPACITY hpitses and fave re-views have  been greeting the nine stars ^>f the  tounng Centennial '71 feature, "Barkerville 71," as the Company travels through  British Columbia.  yius fast-paced, revue,, featuring some  sppcial Centennial '71 material, will play  at (lie Elementary School Hall" in Sechelt,  pn TuescteYj-'iVIarcn, 11, sponsored by lhe  Sechelt Centennial Comfhit'tee.  II will also play at the Elphinstone  'S'e^oiio^ary^Schopl in Gibsons, on Friday,  March  12. /  1'eadlined, "Take the whole fapiily,  B^rkervjHe^ft is a 'ball," BaWiev^ll of  4h,e..Qolun>bi',n ip I^ew Westmihster says,  "By the end of the two' hour performance, the audience was rolling, foot  stomping and shouting for more."  Bill Thomas" of the Daily Colonist in  Victoria says Barkerville '71 "enjoyed an  ovation which was wejl deserved, frorn  an enthusiastic house." ���  The Barkerville '71 troupe will .'travel  over 3,000 miles, performing 134 shows in  64 different communities throughput British Columbia before returning tp the  Theatre Royal in. Barkerville for'the  summer season.  Canvass merchants  the weekend- As may be seen, the  structyre is fast approaching coF  lapse and any large sections washed  out to sea would pose a hazard to  vessels.  regarding opening bylaw  Hon, Isabel Dawson  SJSCHELT���Bylaw regulaliing store hours  within   the   Village   of   Sechelt   have  been under consideration by Council for  some weeks but at last regular meeting  Council  l��*      ,uunutinj  iusfU|-iui   iiisu  jvt.-yi.mm iiim;i.cii.u      ������.���.   ��_���_ri���i,������   r��^���  r\; .eft ti" $H0pp:;For ,JttnMary.pf thfs yp-ir    iM^W.sr^r^b .fpr Blj^us |>t��J. to no avail  AT LONG last indications are that Sechelt  .:..,.. JylilJaj^e-JlQuniiiLjuighL-ax^uiv^  300. acres of Crown land- within the Vilr  lage for future development as parksjte,  ,  ball fields and other recreation nses.  Earlier representation by Mayor Swain  to Hon. Isabel Dawson resulted jn $ letter  from the MI-A stating that s|ie hgs beep.  in touch with the Hon. Ray Wijhston,  Mtnistei of.Lfand and Recreation pn Wr  half  pf   the, rVillage:   Shc'yvas   tr|   turrs^  JfiWv/ero $ | a^fOpO: (?ebru-iry 1970 shows  187,000 ppd Pebruary 1071 $100,400.  but the' b'carcji  contipM^d  agaip  in  daylight. So far no trace, lias been found.  ^ptttlecl'tb.*��t 'tl^e'pppartmcnt has. fllywiyL'  mjidp^atppliftiy- pf Mpiing over supfi Jfin<3l  wilhin municipalities for rpe-'catiopal ptirr  ppses, usually at minimal cost. Only htipul-  afion -fi tha| dcvc|opm'cnLiw,(Ul.t-o^t><*-(iricj||>.  ed to the designated use and will take  -ptaee-wit hm -a- reasonable peri ad of. tiTner  It was therefore_^irggeslB^'~CblincTi *suh-  i-nit the legal description to-the Depart-,  rpenl for cpnsjderatiQrfT  Mayor Bill* Swain sqggestqd nn outline  of proposed uses such as pei".,, trails, etc.  He submitted as .rpquesteji: Al^- Te^ Qs"  hoine expressed the vjew that  it -plight  he-as-~well_tp adcl jin area. |p be-fei-jiped  ipriyMfl*k-"Sgl]99l,i��yi^9.Biaigrti."'"''''  J^mixtcirimr~cim'K~rrm nayner reported uiai  he had correspondence and discussion on  the subject with the Department of Municipal Affairs and others and general- impression was that the matter be dropped.  Mr. Rayner also produced cbpies of  bylaws that had been adopted by the  township  of Golden.- The  first two  had  all-hours,     therefore     perhaps  should let the matter drop.  Mayor Swain said he still feels thai  a reasonably flexible bylaw should . foe  'estqbJisfiea Tn tairness to the generaT"  shopping area "the trouble is that merchants cannot agree among themselves  just what hours they want. In which casp '  it should'.be up to council to set hours,"  .hcadded         .-. -���-. - --- ���.���'.���...>....--..,--s.*_ -  Mr.   Rayner advised   that  under  the  circumstances, a petition should be tjiken  ���among- -the - businessmen-""seeklnj!.'."T^iE-  keerLolrapped_after- adoption-and-4-he third _  ���iwas-actualiy put into force;~Howeverr-*i���vjewtt-psH-o a^yurw alid whaTI-ioitrs they  npniber of problems are involved and in    require  general practice such a bylaw is difficult  to enforce. -^*~  Aid. Joe Benner suggested that jis  the Village does not have -such a bylaw,  it would seem any merchant js presently  at liberty tp stay open twepty-Wur bPU!"  a day if he so*wishes. Mr.;Rayner  Aid. Benner said he agreed and suggested the Mayor appoipt two ���jl^ermep  to tissertaih the feeling of the mercht-pts^  Mayor Swajn agreed but said he feels it  should be two aldermen who are not  in business. : ,   ' I  Following further discussion it w-is  iigi'-iec] thai A'dprmep bjelspri ftM h*.i}~$  ..A  up sepding Icilprs back "ilicl fore for a  ypar, Aid. Joe Benpcr suggested 11 re Mayor and' fi cpipmilloe arrange t\ meeting  in Victoria1 with the Minister "wo/have  opi foot in |he door so let us wnsfe no  more, lime/' he said. "���������;        ..  Miiynr. Sw.aiii agreed thnl Ihis would  be tlie lies I solid Ion bul said he fejt Iho  legal description should be sent, fin>l. and  followed up lalpr with a1 visit.  The properly in question is along West  and  Ii is,  I'wi-  .somii^yoin's,"   I  been held in j-ei-eryp for UlP Vi'lail'-'. Sonic  alUimpIs  in   Ih.e  pas I   lo u])(nin ji   fivtn  ^cp'piago A-^  Rejects report  * ii. ���'.  Aipid sdmip laughter the clerk pointed  pi.il that the -piatlpr liafl been brought up  in" the firs', place by Airlorpuin Bopper.  In the letter from the D'eparjmeot of  Municipal Affairs, jt was inflicnicd thaj.  Coiipcil .shpukl. first... gpL. any complaints,  regarding sloi-es i:'emainihg open above  normal sloru hours, in writing. It also  drew attention lo various sccljtjnfi of the  Acl under which some luMion might be  uken by "Council.  Ajd, (icnijur siijd that it now appcai'H  h."��ny people favor the American way of  doing buain'-i'K with stores keeping open  <*i  mve  extension io  AT LAST piccting of Spchclt Copnci)  |l was i|grped lhat, MayP(' Rill Swajp  investigate li.kejy costs of iipextppHJpj| Ip  Iho existing Village H'nlil w'lficl'i wouid  provide accpininodaliori for viirious othp'r  gqyLTnniepUil di:parlmpi}lH.      . ������������.-,  |l has previously been jnd|("(i|e<| Ihal  coi'lilJH dcpai'lpienls iicek larger quariors  ami liavp: agreed to rent ��uc|i pfficos  from lhe Village, Tb<; deparlpjonl, of l)Je  Allornoy General ha,s nlsp Indicated a|);  pnival ap'i hlive pgreud lo a i-easonaljlb  rcninl ���figure, which, -ovpr n period of  linio,  would  fliinii'-u  thu  new  eonslruc-  A.,1 n |i|-(!vjous i)ippl||)g a plan ofa  priiimiii.'d i|(|iliiion invplvin/' 2,000 ��f)uiir��  liM.'I'-.was .'slibinilled ��� and   up   onlliiinlcil  i,i,  ^Vftdaint lot .  /.  Prpte^t declared invalid  following property check  Trlii'MT   <,r    Q,',i,iiii,,Ui    17,,ml     Mi,,     Ii'lln       .J     I i     .,.,,,,       I      I, 1...1  ww-M-.n��/otb\^i;oVfiT^nonijrMrir,i^ri"fi'  ��� ' Jfjclwi, warned ('nuiU'll ul' OMihoiih hint  ^yppjf Unil unk'KH -uMhM) Im IiiIicm In rknr  PI" l*d|ii''('��)l ,lol pf bhu'kberry butihuM, hIhi  V/|j) ii''l, lliu, Job dune and dcdi'i'l i:oaln  JlW. )��.T' Jo<!i'Hnx hllll   ' ',  Jijxpliilpliii/, Ihul ihiii'.Mu liitr isci!oiid lul"-'  'ttty on ibo Hulijm.'l, Mi'-tl Jlh'kii iiiiitcii k|iii  ,19 gelling  nipioycd  wl^h  Council  which  jippciiiN lr�� iwid mkIi liitli-iw Iht.'ii dunif>"ji  JiMT) ln,,lh'i wimln pnpii'i   IiiiijIuiI,  (Adinlnlnli'iiiniiDnvc JmIhihIi/h roporli'd  ",M"^oili'ii'll  Ihal (in Iiiii. ,i>|ioii|<i!i|< Iplo l|io ,  H||pf)l|iiii mul iimj jphpiiMiiil 'llmi jirnin'iiy  }}��Kt  lo  Milt.   Ilii/liH.  Ibi  mild   Ilia '/l|<!|tM  1'^ld.i'nrii In vnry n*ml  apd  el'iun, nl   Dpi  $pnw iipio,   liwiv  were no  biackixicry '  ���lMM!h,!" glowing iignliinl  hur proi-oi'ly  n|. '  >ilK>lj|(h iluiin wi'in 1*011x1 pi anollior iVi-mi-.  j-f JJiu liit,in, ijti(ii.i)iiii.rl!'iifil)uiT,honMJO)inL;  )HW"|��ri>i) liiirnlng w.'1'ii'iai iii a. ronbilijor  An jlu< Jul  nnd a i'ImIIioh 'Jl'ia' fiinrhiV"!')  ���rjrf.'jcil irofii i|iit liiclti< j"i-i'|M'��'iy i��>ii nol*).,  hit t\l��'- viirinil��� |ot. Ilo lliiiri'l'oja oxnl-iinMiur  Um*��'.viuw  Unil  llio I'opipliiinanl  nail pp  mm pwiiorn ipivo Dpiiii  for liillurn to |juy wlinri'ngi; ilipm ,/ipd  ufliui' prpiKicuiluiiH liavm yui in gn io cnurl,  Aldniiiiiiii (bury Dlxop di-nw allu|)llo/)'  In lliu fuel .(liai bolwooii Iwolvu iJnd four'  luilp p/mpli.' aru living, abnard'v<!itn��iln al  lip: wharf, ililii puiii'in a problem nfgnril-  liiK Kiiiiiinllnii nn Hi/ii'i: hid noifai.'IIIUiiii  at  H10  wli/ii'l', .jl-t ��� migge-ik'd   (!i|U|H'|l  In  U,K|  oirU  |}(tc()inlii|/ kuowii m U>�� U.K. 'fJirlii;  I'oihlur l|tirlM>ui' Hiioo-jflttry ^clfool's"  IjuhIwIDhI) Jiuw) h WfirMifK li��il"��l lo  rfilNu TiumIh |o lhH�� lll��H) "Uy IlilUiiu  HiIn HiimiiMii' wiiort- II)��V will play  livtt'olluiKr, Liv(ir)K)O) aihl Ihu Minion  imm, 'I'lmy )'iav�� ni��t' wll-ll  \wr\t\a  iroNPDniuii lino niill'i llokpl.H nro on hoI<j llifoijuh-  om|. llio Maw oA lo liol|> ,'Mitt' yA'UMK  alllUtlntj --(-(ii-- |||o|r j-OMl.'JIrii'ilnrt ,(��  ijo i'i| four will) lliolr coikiJi Mr, 'I'lfl'r-1  nan -nru Irom lull. ��iru)riim<: l<.vnh '  liao, |)o|i |J<|lli|-n|i!, .(lo'nildliM) Illu-  H'liiH,',' Dnrniill f|��rr|o|i. Cindy HiiitIh,  ilonniiu Kliif-Klon and Kjo) laiwrun^o. \  vwljgato wilyn and niwMN'i)y vW)^  iMMlllallpu   |i|';lllll"it   I/O  pufp'n.'od,  A|i|, Knii (luilihuil iiNpii!hHi!i| l|in v|i!W  llinl n bylnto |n,- panM."i| lorblddpig llylu'g  un bualii ill Ihn wliuil. '  Mayoi',. y/|illy I'oluivii'n pnl'plail out thai  many   (nun pull  In  limn iliuo  lo llnm  fOI'l  |p. miifio rlitivH llpt i'|OW  l|Vfi aboard,  "lb* w'�� my iliwy Imvn lu i'-jiiI awooiPM-dii-  l|n/i  i.'iii'l) llnx! limy  pull  Jn*'- lioru,"  )-<-  Muriiliy,  <!roH|-y,i  liiirrninn Hllcik and .Jwna  i|-<|o;��l  ' A'f  Mr.'7oli"(jiu,  iiii|iiniiiii'iii  ��� |#tt||c|   /i��M'MJti!l1.^-f*'/f~J��f'lf��(7fl��,-  tt  Wtt��  very l|it|<-  It v  Ib-  li..  id iri'iipiini'iidiiiioi) o|  loll ji waii niovril t||.; Ilimllli  Im iihKril |oi ndvli'M,' .  ���     ��� ������  Alii'  Dlfom   n|i'o i'iiidiihidIi'iI  mi  Dm  nri'ipliii'P'|iiiy iilmoi.'K in iliirv|lliigi):7u'��!  |.hMi"-<Oo��aiu|l-'-��>tM-r'l<r"^"-'||Mi"Po<"Wi)-i'0)g '"I'lii'y pnviir fwip'O l)i'  llio i||i'i'iim"iaii',"H bul "wnrldng iind  ilgid  now iIm-th 1ap|i��ia/ii  lo  bo  hum  u)i'n  Uiap  ovm   woij'jpj'  up  ilimi,'   J|l,'   IllltUllin  Aid, (linlilipil agriK'-d andiHiild'll him.-pim'  hurvku ban  badjy i|inp|)<id  off.  It  wan  U|<|l,'l.><  und'ir  Mm inovml a  Icller "bo fniwiirilial  lo  P'opf-j'ly owner necking bi�� ,(;i^opera|- i  ,"-'. ,Ji/bi)iiloi) r<ip<)ii'.'il dipt a iniiiibni  iliiSriiluru niuvcil  n  Inibn' of iMiniplalnl ���  liu Im v^iiili.'d to lln.' HC TuiltipliipMi Com*  pany,  VMANM^n��|t:p  ��� Mr,   W,   llndorwpi'd,,   'l^{|/wi|y^(i|.)i!:;  "jiajtl'IpYpTMl'iilrh'i "i<iii").)fviia>'|-vn'i�� ��� tri.-D-il|y  'drew i.'i'il|c|niii, 'I' 'l||->, piunl)il|iii| lovi'l,, ban  licpo'liaiiiffi'i'/i.'il from bin VaiM-'oovar officio, a "iiiiw* ilii.irlpi /n; llii'!  Inlijrlni',  Mr.  ,|.i|lMhliii|i' |p|i| <!imili'|| i||ii| Mj, .IIpdi-T'  wood will bn j'-i'iiJinrii by Mr. Ollb'lit.  who liaii ii|iriid.y aginnl lo ilim'ui.a Iho  Munition nr liltlewnllu. w|l|i Dm imilol;on>  0/ Council, |,,Millifi,|)t l||i) lllgbwayH J)a-  ��� p]i|inic/)i bun iigKKMl Ip piiy' \ut}f l)|P (,,0dl  nf v/ork dope Ity Km Vll|iig�� dioing nil  purlin-'' xn<��w fa|| wbhib ii-Hi-|lml in u  flooding probli;ni op a idrPk|j of Jili^wi-y;  S ouo wan Koyoruly dliiruplod at  meeting of Un:  Jjiigjom"!   Hoard  wpei) ropuri of t|m jflxneiiilVp Commit I i!p,'  subniillcd  by cliainiiaii J|pi Typur, Was'  proli.'iilcd by dl|(iiilor..-llinii7  Alipuiu|,  ll  was rccoiDipcnded by tlm Commit- >  leu that empluyinenl  ��if a p|unr)cr ,op in  1'oJI lime bani.'i 1)6 apiirnvdiL'tl wi'd nog- '  go'ileil ihul ho would bond the Planning  hiparlumnl  of lhe Hoard officii,   <  On coliiplnllun of 11)^ rupMrl  a move  d( aciMjplniiiM) wan foiled by illronlor Al-  ,  inond wlm lilalod lie undiirfiliuidii 11  Innl  alriiiuly bciin daiildcd lu employ an niiiiii,!  ant lo tlm bulldliig Ini.pcuior, a mni) hfid  '  bucp Iniiirvlnwcil and iioiiHldni'ud oxi/wpo-,  ly well i|unlifii,'d and bin nalary Inulgi-lcd,  m^f,w- '|i'-f,-r!f!(rt,'),'Wf! -tU'R"r!KporrtorJ'"lo'(!|')fr*r  piny  a Minlnnl  ai< a full llnm'plnnimr  whp will Imi In Dm ponltiop ul MipnrlO'r  '  lo   Dpi   building  llii<|mi.'ltir,  1   ui'iloriilaipf  lljin will hu al a Milmy pf bnlwcmi bin  i'0)d ir)ovop Ihoiinliipfl tUiiUifH it year and  an far an I am ummi.Tiicd lllia In an ini-  juiil|l|al)|e  InuiliJii. ii|ion U|o liiKpaynnnil  llili' fllii'-. .    , ���  ....,....."J-'urU)��r, wm havu oi��lnbllnhiid amOp-  Im.t ni liumllnn;' incliidlng wnlor )a ban  proved* an'(.'kpiiimlvu mm and ulnmdy in  i.'u.-dlog mora Hum we clni pay fof, now  n plnnimr'/  VVliy d|��l nol,Dm Hoanl nippl'-y a firm  nf  i|o/i|iH<.'il  coiiMiJimiiH   lo   pit.'/mni,'iin'/i  a<i!��!J*0ib|ii  /onbig  plan lur  i|p.> nf-lni,  |  ronlliM! Illli.v would,have, i.'onl n f��w HipM-  nimd duilarn bul ll; would linvn  h'mn a  nmijowerod In iifil |p rngiird In employing  ii'iiiiiilanln, lie wan nupimrted by. dlroctor  Prut)). Wpfil Who added Ihal ,V|i:i'or|a bail  nnid jl' i|ip Hufird did )jo|'emp|0y a planner, II would do II innlcad, Alno, Im nnld,  )j. w'.'n agl'iipd lunl year, |ba|,l,bu lilxpiriiUvii  Coipmillin) take ��ur��. (Of cpip|o,yp|ei||- of  liHiilnHmbi, ���'���''" '���','' ' """;'  Mayi'ir, I'ulunioii, (Unagreed wilh nu,i;b .  nnliiiy nnd nnid lie fell Himh H|i|)gn i-lmuld  bn ilfMildud by llii; |lnaril an 'i- wlmlu i|inl  not Igiioro ipiiji��r)ly villi.', lln I'lieoiph-d a  inoilnn by fllra/.'lor Aliponi) fbal ||m r��-.  purl bu iiijimliid,  Tlm cJialrnmn niippprleiMiy Wpnl nog*  gniiliid l|m Dialler bu deajl w|l|| Inlui" in  II iimnilnn pfjlpi Cpmin|llp/! an ii.wliolu,  !r��l+v.irpllowl����j"l^u��-lw��gihy-���dlHiiiiN/ilu��i-'����-|n--  i COinmiHiM),  llm Hoiod rulurnod Jo opnn  mimilnif and djinpior l^ank Went movixl  l|m jnpijj'l bo arri.'pU.'il   ll  wan ina.'ondPd  by, i|li-i;i,'loi'  Wolvnrion  bul  pul   lo  lliu  volo waif do|paii;(| five lo Iwo, Tlm e|p��|i'��  man did nol vole, Ulrculorn o->|iPi��'id w��*'<j  Alnmi|i|,, Hliida,   TI)oi(��|dr fwio-'Hon   apil  .Hwuln,  Anoibor nntitlnn of Hie KNi.'imllvo nomr'  milu?o rcpwi, wbh/b bad aim bcon op-  pound by ilir^'clor/'i't'irnon, wan Ibo ri-i.'-  oinmundiiilui) Dial "In I'uiiiru, Hm f'oinnili-  liai nmnbiand nluilbin cori'inpoiMbuii'i),  much of wlili.'b cmilil hi,< iiimii wjlb al  llinl Hop; apd would oftpcdlnOi ruguiar  Hoai'il mi;i)||ng��, , ..,,,'  , May mi I'ow.'-noo nalil "il||/i would nii'iip  llinl   lliu  jloaid  in* a   wbobr  would   mil  liimw half nt wind In going on"  Plr-mlnr  imiMi|)oi'* ��iN|mpMf,' | pm-fi. j'T|i||nly ob-., ��v)llll��llld,.JiKli:wl iHlHl,.jiiilil,v"H>al...l�� -Uiu.  Iiriiiu of bdiwoio) forly and forty-five  ilnni.-wiiid doll'ii/u f|ouled, Thin wan i:on-  ni|lii|-i:d iiNcannivo lipd ilanl wupk Maypr  Swiiip nald Im bad been approached by  ii liulldor wlm wuuld like lo Hiii'mill <bi  ctlljim'ili:.  A'ldi.'i'lnan H'.'O l-apg obJiii;|ei| f-p  gri/||'Odn ihal Council In not imniy Ip pop-  nlilop Hm (ixIiiphIoii id lh In jHpui apd, for-  llnii1, nbnuld gn Id londo'v apyway,    ',  AM, ,/ud Hi.'imi.'i' arguoif  llml  nl. lljin  linin'H  in niinplyiii i|imnlion of imlllng  -mini- idea of Dm 'mi/p involved banei) op  i'-M||!h'0np)ol-i and nlrucluim pf |J|q iix|i|(-  'lui( liuildlug,  '' |l wan finally agreed lo InilvP ||)(!��ipn(.-  U.'i' wllli Mayor Swab),  Ad-Brlcls  poit"!  lhe way  to action!  !i-R-!nii!!raiin-nraijji!!i!ii[ra  "ft'M /-'"  ^ji!��yrio''"j"ioU|pg'''*ii' iiliiiliiniiv ui high i.'oni  'ovm- llm bu||i|iiig li|n|ii'ilor,  ,"*rii|n ii. uiiiiulliiiia lo bn- ni\|lounly  i.'Olinldmi.'il mul midi.'i' [\ia i.iri'iiiiMdillii.'aii  I miilil 'pi'var ,ii)ji��ovif l|i)n i'.'|-oi'l".  Mayor Wally l'liiernou ag��'��;eil ai'iu! ua.  plonm.'d llio vlnw llinl im llii, villagi.'i< nii.<  ' Involved in llm fuimlion of planning il  would  imi.'in   lo.ldm   ��� ial   limy   nbould  . Ipivi? -.unm miy. "/i/( it nliopln'w" hava nol  ���lYfliy been ropnuhed," |pj- ��drli:d,  Cbnirnmn Tyo'.'i' pnlni-'d not Hptl llm  '{Ki-'-'ollVn Co>nniMW;�� had piovlouiily beep  vi'ry ii'inmp I nindp mi purlin"' 'rnmllun  llinl all ConnnlHi:--'reporbl be niciicutijil  tu |miimbi,'��tnrpiior\ io ilio rcgupo' meet-  Ingn, ||nwi'ivii|', |i iV'cnin I wan ruled nut  uf OJ-dP/T-  , Hi.'gardipg Ibu-ldanpcsr,- tlb^'lor iWrini*  Wul vm I on l-ul/d'/.d, uul :J|)a|.do'JOM JO��-  liioalinij'"'"of llm ./oiiing liyiaw. Iio liai  wuiju.'il imdi.'r Ilia planning 'rommlticn,  J'-iOlhcr, |l jn pot fn|| U>\ ivhw lo, |)|m  i)i,t a niudi.'jit, \)i: |h now fully '/"'ddl'-d,  Tl>" K��<'i'iil|vo Cooip)|lb;i; nilppriia.'ii  Tyn��.'i', Went /aid Wolvioinm,  In Today's Classified)-  . ��� fw��(|��ww������iM����wwm����t*w��'��M��������T��ii��f����^^  ll(!A' cumblpaiion radio, Il-nwced  rimofd  |i|nyr;r apd U ln��.'l) TV;     ,,     ' '  IwvvwWfM'Vw'w'vMW'rwywwVfr*^^  ��� 'lloit.'h CIo->>|||riJi> ,>V<jt|i pv��r ?,tj0Q |ioip,o��  ;   -110,000 iuo<M,  ,��� Jimf^?..(,.-l.fi��ilifidi��,ao-,.INi.0.dho-lioo������"'..'-f'-��--  ii"1 /.!li.',-lw"''i hircei-, i*r |p colvcn-i;  * I'lnwk CIcjhMIcH oi�� |<lwco*l, bipb [rttcnfy  ��� |l)|C-iil��p|Cli,t ......   i-^    -.   . 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REAL ESTATE (Continued)'   REAL ESTATE (Conh)
THBPBNlNbuu^Twe*-Sechelr - Phone 885-965-1
Published Wednesdays' by
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'   ■      qt Sechelt, B.C,
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O.S,A.   .,:     ,." $?00 yr.
GARDEN diggipg, fence post
digging     pnd ' lanclsp-ipingV
re^son^le Jnttes.   Phone   ii.
^omieic   gp^iia,   ■'"'■' 5964-18
HOU013KE1PIN(3 by the day.
or hour." Phone 88fir237o;
' Q044-19
rOberts:cr|ek ".-■■■
Taping, apd- Filling  by  hand
and machine. Spray Tex Sparkle Ceilings*
'•       Phone 886^7193
Roberts Creek, BC,   „'""
■   '-.'•■- 6027-tfn
3     BEDROOM house    \\n\\\
-basemeht    \i\ Secbglt    ftiv
sale '^ Qwner. Ph,  8&5-9P51.
.    .    •       : , ' . 1   flOOQ-16
60   F.T.   Waterfront. view   "ot,
West   Sechelt, • only" $a,ffl)Q.
Owner   805-2416.       '   ft08?-15
Roberts Creel;, Soiishine
Coast: 7.33 soh7i-W**terfi'Qbi: on
lower Roberts Creek Rd- and
vJpe Rd. Beautiful southevn
slope property well treed with
lovely all year roun.cj creek
and cleaved walking paths; includes. 500 sq. ft. unfinished'
house'and two open out bviild-
ibgs, Ideal 'for'- horses, This
property could make a beautiful estate or can .be subdivided. On water and power.
MUST PE SOLD:'Fantastic
view lot, large lot with south-'.
. ern slope close to beach, shopping, etc. Abbs Rd. FP $4500.
REDROOFFS Rd,  Beautiful-
view lot, with 100' WF including house trailer '8'x35\ °Fah-
PENPER J-Javbour—Choice. 2
",waterf"-ont on same levlel }o't
w|th'deep, moorage, Older 2
hdvm house. Jack Noble, 883'
• STPt. Rochester Realty, 03t$-
7202. ,   - <iG34-ten
•Phone Mr. Qond'fiRf|-n700
'    collect   or  087-4441
ppr- fast service on aU 'properties" and biisiriass*^.
ii- .       . ■ - ,—    -■ '
EXCELLENT,  commercial   lot
';—  centt-e Sechelt—highway
'.« loc^tJon, leyel and cleaved, All
services available. Box -1104
t peninsula Times.   ■      UtH-tf-i
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5 ACRES, Village of Sechelt,
eleyaled .view property, frn-
doveloped. $10,000 oash. Box
5810, c-n Rox 310, Tbe Times,
Sechelt; B.C. ' 5810-tfo
*UTOS & TRUCKS (cont,)    MUSIC
FOR SALE (Continued)
EXPERIENCED waitress wan-' " <«sUc holding property and in-
ted. Mut have own transportation-,.'Also cook. (Female
preferred;) Apply Peninsula
Hotel. ,     6047-19
$10.00  yr.
.Special Citiiens,
Local Area  _
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in_ajpubljcotion, must be obtained-
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Ir-   ,...'■■:,...       ■' . .1  '.   .    .    I
- r.  ,  Is, pleased to '■■■■ sponsor this
Birth   Announcement   space,   ond
extends Best Wishes to the happy—
—       parents.
TWO    girls     for    waitresses.
part   time.   Phone   885-2311.
LICENSED plumber, carpenters, tile and floor layer,
with own hand toals. Also helpers and laborers. For 3 or 4
months work near Sechelt. Reply giving phone number, ex-
expected to Box 504,' Secliell,
B.C, i30O3-17a
RELIABLE  babysitter required  for 3Mj  year old. Phone
885-9324,   Mrs.  G.  Elmer.
■   Multiple Listing^ Service     /
Box. 238,  Qibsons, Bf&'.
'  A     Member
Vancouver Real Estate Board
PHONE 88672248
Notary Publfc-
GIBSONS; A two bedroom
home on a large leye} lot,
all facilities. Very- pentrally
located. Stove and fridge jpr
eluded in full price of $9,§Q0
with $6,000 do;\Ti,.-Gp.Qfi terms
00 balance at 8 per cent:      '
GIBSONS: Convenient arid
well situated retirement
-home, A well laid out'one bed-
rm house. Bedim, isiunusually
large. Bright spacious living
room. New oil furnace. Located
on a quiet residential street
in a .central area. Excellent
view. F. price $14,750. Offers
and Terpis. Immediate occupancy.
  ERFRONI; One  lot  for $5000
Mx-qO   pOUPLE, wide   trailer
' (Jemonstfator   for- sale.   By
appointment only. Phone 88S^
2153. after 6 p.m.        5934Mfn.
vestment, $12,500.
A beautiful 2 br home in an
immaculate condition, grounds
all landscaped, artci level, very
little up keep. On transportation, water and power, oil
heat, some view. Terrific buy
at $21,500.
Call:  John  L.  Black  306-7244
or 886-7316
Lurrie     Grrard:   880-7244    or
- on—full—price—of—only—$Sr500—
HALL, for ient^-Wilspn Creek
Community   Halb   'Con tact
Mrs.   Diane"   Andefson,   8857
^385, ; 5455-tfn
WO^EKEEPING room for
Working gent. Clean,- warm,
private entrance. All found,
por rent at gelma Park, Ph.
8f|5.9535? 5675-tfit
TWO bedroom home, Gibsons,
unfurnished,    $100    month.
Phone 9264024. 5894-4fn
CENTRALLY located iwnish-
ed suite. Light and heat included.     Suitable    for    quiet
working person. 88077207.
UNFURNISHED7 1   brm   SC.
suite   available   March    15.
$70. Ph: 885-2492.    -     6048-19
0mm Mini. m     ■—'      •• i ■ ■ — ■ *•?**.■■■■■m'.■■■t* ■      m.u.,mm,^0^,. -i-.
2^3  BEDROOM  house  wanied
to    rent,    Pender    Harbour
area. Phone 883-3523.
•'47 FORD -coupe, red with
black naughide interior, 283
-327 heads, headers, can".
$1200 or -consider trade. Ph.
after 4 p.m.- Hary Zroback,
8H5-20G0 ■ ti02fi"-10
— " - - "   ■      '*—-■ ■    r*
I960 JEEP, 4x4 panel wagon-
aire   Would  consider   trade
for  properly.   Phono  80G-2877.
"    6043-20
19IJ2 RAMBLER spdan, mechanical Al, heater, defroster,
$425 oasir.-To view phone 885-
9757. V        ' 6.030-21
'55     METEOR,     four     mags,'
•   good tires, radio, Heist floor
shift,     reconditioned     motor.
Body   good    shape.    $300   or
trade,;'Phone 885-9588.
'        . 6051-21
19G6 MALIBU, V8, auto.. trans,
radio," "all new whitewalls,
carpet, 2. .dr. 'hardtop, beautiful condition. Low mileage
a,pd in top shape. $1500 cash.
"No  offers.   885-9654.     6038-tin
.    0639.
for sa
lone  885-
'64 DUNE buggy,
extras.    Phone
loaded with
886-9357    or
•59 QHRYSWHfc good running
condition, jincenced. Best offer. 885-9830. 6055-10
QUALITY Feeds at Fair Prices.
Hajr, St raw. and Bucket-fields
Grains. Purina Agent for Sun-
.«hi'tie Coast. Free delivery.
Pratt Road," Gibsons. Phone
886-7527. 5772-tfn
IF IT'S suits ^r it's Morgans.
Blfc.9830, 'Seohalt, B.C.
ORtift^yNoiir garbage  incm-
erati^\ay- '$3,pp., each  from
Sechelt  JCfusiiipj).,  phone  885-
2475. v, :.,;„. paoa-tfn
SADDLE,   ;h|]EicF   W«tlv   .14"
seat,   good . oond-itioa '$73,
Phone-880-7553." 5952-13
OVER  ■S0ft-'i-55^'''vBdi'*rickL
Phone 885-9976,   .      5956-15
HAMMOND organ M2. Excel-.
lent   condition.   883-2318.
. 597.7-15*'
JUST .off the piiss! .Paper-
baclcs. How to Catch.Salmon $'1.25.- How to Catch
Crabs $1.00. Complete series
-of Jphn Galsworthy including
Forsythe Saga. For children
\Pt\a love horses, paperback
books, 60c. Sunset.' hobby
books, cook books, language
dictionaries. Times Bookstore,
Sechelt,   885-9651.' 5967-tfp
C,HERRYW06d   settee,   radio
headboard bed, coffee table,
dinette set.  Phone 886-7061.
RCA    combination    radio,    3-
speed  record  player and  21
inch  TV.  Ph. 886-7267.
DOUBLE   track
Ph. -.1185-2421.
snow   mobile.
OARS, ready for Christmas
Mailfng.— 41 (fneludes " Prov.
Ta*). Available at the Municipal Office, Gibsons.   5592-tfn
SYLVIA and Frank Jones of
Sechelt are pleased to announce the arrival* of their
chosen - daughter, , Jennifer
Susannah, born on February
22, 1971. '     ' 6033-19
ANDERSON—Barry and Air
ana Anderson of Gibsons,
B.C. are pleased to announce
the arrival of their chosen
daughter, Michelle Lea.nne,
born on February 7,   1971.
JAliqEn—Mawih 47*1971, Ger-
trude Jaeger, aged 90 years
of Selma Park, B.C. Survived
by 2 .sons, Matt, Selma  Park;
John, Fort St.. John,;. 3 daughters, Mrs. -Elizabeth Schneider
and .Mi's, Irene Neuberger,- St.
Wulbui'g,    Susk.;    Mrs.    Alice
Connor,   Portlund|   23   grandchildren, ..'and   several    greatgrandchildren'.   JtofiuieiTi   mass
Monduy,  Miu'cli, 6 at   11   a.m,
from Si. Franclrf Roinnn Culh-
ollc Church, 1030 Somlln Dr.,, '■
Vnncouver, Itev. ,L, Goelln of-
fii.'liiting,     Inini'iiieiit     Forest
Lavvn   Cunu'lnry,   No   flowers
by   rof|iiesl.   Iliirvey   'femoral','
lloniu,   (ilbfiiins,   1I,C,   (llrecl- '
orn,   ,     ■ , (infi'l'IO
; hthiTiii'isuB■'.*Mni<'b~Zhill,
Florence   Slnilhorti   In   her
(Kind   yt-nr,   of   (IIIihoiim,   B,C,
Hiirvlvi-d  by   I  hoii  Khx, Cllb-
hoiim;  "I  mIhIi'I'h,  Mrs,-    Rimmi'll
Jaclcfiijn, Kiluioiilon; Mi'n, Mai-,
col m      DocluM'ly,     Crinu'niil
Jtnui'll,   ii.C.    Kiincrid    Kei'Vb'u
Friday*.. March   D,   nl   2 . jun.
from   tlie   Family   (!|iupo|(   ol'
lloi'vcy   li'uiiitrul   ||omk»,  .till)-'
fiOiiK, B,0, Ibiv, I), Moi'Hiin official Inn,  Ci'i-inallfii).
, , ' .    6035-13
Al^COHOj^iOfl Anonymoufl —
Mcc|ln/{ft  I1:!I0 p.m., TIhu-h-
„duyaf., Wilson,Crcuk.Coininun.»:
Ity  Ilnll,. Ph,' UiifHKJ-y/,  «««.,
Evergreens Wanted
SALAL 42c undone
HUCK 42c undone
Done up 9c extra-
Free pickup  for  greens   anywhere on Sunshine Coast
Before picking, contact  plant,
1st place North of Pender
Harbour   Hotel
buys   75'x200'   partially   cleared  lot.
DAVIS BAY: Onejilock from
beach.    Level    lot,    cleared,
ready to build. Near offers to
ROBERTS    CREEK:    Acreage
•with a view,  and  excellent-
garden    soil,    small    orchard,
=ph3s™=a=Tteai?~2—bdiiii.  eorrage~
lovely home and guest, cottage 011 260' waterfrontage
with over 3 acres of beautifully treed property. By appointment only. J
ROBERTS  CREEK:  One  acre
on   Highway   No.    101   with
O-T   two   bed.   house.   Asking
price only' $8,400.
12  FT.  Sportsman  fibre  glass
boat   with  9Va   h.p. Johnson
Seahorse   outboard,   $700.   Ph.
186-7.553. 5951-13
SAMOYED   PUPS,   adorable—
-From   $?5- -rrrd~itp.~ PlTohe
WANTED, used 8 ft. to 12 ft;
-glass -■ rowljoat.    Also    used
used  drill  press.  Ph.' 885-9561.
          -  5970-tfn
^^-Ptrrfit — Fibreglass —- Rope —
 eirrrvas -^ Bom Hardware
Compressed air service
(1971) LTD.
Phone 886-9303, Gibsons, B.C.
■ 5887-tfn
£TIHL power feaw, 9 |ip, mod-
,el 070, $200, 6 hp Mercury
outboard rnotcjr $175. Both in
good condition. Charlie Lee,
883-2563. 6024-20
Tenders are being called for
the stuccoing of- the No. 1 Se-
cheill Fire Hall. For further
details, .please cpntapl Trustee
F, V. MaeKOnzie, at Stanc|ai-d
Motors of Sechelt Ltd. Tenders will ('lose on March 15,
1971, at 12:00; o'clock noon, the
lowest or any lender not necessarily accepted-
B. D. Firth,    '
Secretary.  ,
5980-ptib. Feb. 24, 3, 10, 17,''71
Tenders are being called for
the erection of a 6 Ft. Steel
Link fence around the property occupied by the No. 1
Sechelt Fire Hatl. For further
details, please contact Trustee
F. V. MucKenzie, at Standard
Motors of Sechelt Ltd. Tenders will close on March 15,
1971, at 12:00 o'clock noon, the
lowest or. any tender not necessarily accepted.
B.  D.  Firth,
6981-pub, Feb. 24, 3, 10, 17, '71
on  panoramic  view  lot;
ly $16,000.
Cut stone fireplace in living
room, spacious dining room,
convenient     kitchen,     utility, LISTINGS  WANTED
220 wiring in. Only $15,(i00 for
quick sale. ..-     Vince Prewer 886-9359
jol   Wally Peterson _ _ 886-2877
top,   4   speed,   pause   attrac.
Extremely good shape,  2 new
tires, take.over payments. Ph.
085-2496. 5954-15
*mmrmm?=~m or ■tmrairftr
reage, Sechelt area. Offering 18' travel trailer as part
payment. 987-7858 evenings,
(Vancouver). 6007-16
Phone  883-2265  or
APPROX 21 acres prime fu7
ture residential property, elevated view, lane access, close
to 'new subdivisions, mainly
bush. Sechelt Village. $3Q,000,
will sell block or 5 acre lots.
Cash, Box' 310 The Peninsula
Times* Sechelt B.C.     44.89-tfn
In   lovely   woodsy   setting.   2
•b locks   from .be^cb,   post   office,  store,  golf  course; .Realistically   priced   for   fast  sale.
$13,200 some \ervr\$
Box 010, Mision City, B.C,
Plume 826-7141 .
Weekends,   ovenings   1126-6971
GIBSONS^    Large- view
with -panoramic" view    -ef-
Sound and Strait.  Well  located.   All   services,,. $7,000   with
some terms.
Small hobby farm consisting of over 5 acres. Level and
with a creek. 3 bdrm home has
unfinished basement. Barn
and other outbuildings. Convenient-tp schools and shops.
Attractive terms on $25,000
full price^
• Older type 4 bdrm. home On
76'xl20' view Tot. Living
room, 1 bdrm. and family size
kitchen both on main floor.
3. bdrms. up. Unfinished part
basement. Fruit trees apd
shrubs. jGarag. An excellent
buy for-only $12,500 CASH:
Gibsons, B.C.    .
'   Phone 6116-2000
.,  0041-1!)
Member of,the. Multiple Listing Service.
WnST SHCI-lfl-T V No.  1930
Thlb vlow lol hoii 80 ll, nl lllQhwoy frnntouo ond bos on outlook
nvnr Trull Ulonds, Woter, powor find phono Qvcillqhle, Pflcnd to
(.oil at 1<5,75a,00, Try your lormt.. Coll Hob Kent, 885-9461,
SELMA PARK  '""■  ~ . ■ 'No,  1771
Nlcoly fin'tahed rotlroo'mnl homo, onei yonr old, 00 loow loi, 2
boi|rrmni!», oil elocirlc,- Includlno lurnocu. iillilInQ fllnsi door,
Mindocl-, Crtby walklriq Jnlo Vlllorji) ,ol Secnill. For oppolnlmant
ond dutollu, phono Don Hadrlen,  Bflp.9S04,
wii-son crppk ■~'~'~~A':7~*"~~~~::aa::'~~~ NOi (969
2 lloilroom lioiiiii, uillliy room, plus carport, pood lot, full Prlco
$1 1,1)00,00, wilh only 1.3,000,00 down.'Tille cltittr,- Try to match
down poymont, Cnll Polar Smllli, 01)5-9463,
MIPPIJ:PO|NT WATOfioNT^^ No.  1978
3 n-iiHnom home on 250'waleifront, 31,^'ncreu privacy ond vlcwn,
All wliir.lrlc boot, opprox, M00 Bf|, |«e| HvIoq or*»a, plot quuM,
c«itloQt|. PVWO,00 1xii8 you Irt this «n&y riccew propotly, Phono
- 4070,-lfn :
WISH  lo cbntuct Lutttr Day
Saints   memlws,   Pl».   HUB-
0H7 or, flOfWIMO, 4505-1 fit
OUIt new
phono'1 ininibiir  |h
V'Hi'ii Jtlclibtr, H«.
l-KHHONAfi'Wrt- folly   ladb'ti,   iPi'lvnin
PI),  IHIfl-KOJ-4, -,'
I ri|d<»r-
, ask row our mi catalogue'opreal ESTATE
Box 128/ Sechelt
Phono 085-2235
Box 238" OibBnns,  B.C.
"    ■-    '        6042-19
Real Estate & Insurance
G'hspns, B.C.
GIBSONS HEIGHTS': God sized serviced lots (72'xl30'),
some cleared, handy to Sunny crest, only $3,000. If you
plan on building, all you need
is one of these lots to get a
CHMC building mortgage.
Drive down Shaw Roud and
see the bouses going uj> now.
866-2481    '      *     ■     ■
GIBSONS VIEW  LOTS   Several  available.   Some  clear-1
ed and  ready Jo 'build.  From
$3850. up.
886-2481 ,-.
MARINE DRIVE: '2 bedroom,
well cuslructed and looked;
afler home, FlropUice, concrete w'Uks, tool shed, Lovely
view. Asking $12,(100.
886-2481 ■
, 260'; sluplng.  view   lol. .Nicely-
lined nnd onsy  lo nlour building silo, $5000, Fimy tornw.
acre  wllb   2   bi'diiiiiiii   good
slzeil   col Inge.   Wiilk   down   lo
beach.  $14,60(1, Offfint will. Im
niiifiiym'wd,'"  ■ ,
M'-';l^il(|i2,'tni,''',(fi.;:;:,    ',
ABJIH luf,:'''^ hrlnii. 'Kmnll
lionul, wjlb view of lhe
Bound'niid1 Harbor, Lol In 10(1'
xllll',,.Clone }t\ Htormi, uli!., FP
$11,0110, Homo lormti iivnll-
,  able,
LANOPAMl!   View   lolfi   7ll'x
UKI' $:i:HI0 Mild  up	
QOWKR POINT: Clmidor lld„
...  I     uirro     VIEW
—ipnooo;— —-
, CIIAMBEItLAIN   ftOAD; ' 4,fi
HCI'dH   $600(1,    4,5    ihtiim   oil
fond nHowi-nce $5000, •
NOllTI! ROAD; 5 'mrtm $5500,
1963   PONTIAC   station
V8,    auto.,    PS,    PB^
IRON   of   all   types-
machines _bi   aiiy
-old   cars,
1955.   FORD    station    wagon.
Auto   tra-ns.   Rebuilt  engine,
gone   15,000   miles.   Trade   for
12 ft. aluminum boat or offers,
ph,..885-241-6.',       .   '        6049-21
_.Misc_._Pbone_.^85^i444,- -     - ■-s-
PUH-NITURETfr-idies,   drjrers!
tools, etc.,  etc  For cash  or
trade.    Phone    885-2848    anytime. 6032-19
64 LOT
The best large view lots io Pender Honour—overlooking the
Harbour and Guff, close to stores and schools—these lots con
be purchased with a very low down payrrjent Ond "payments
as low as $35 per monj'
9B' Waterfront lot at Pender Harbour—$7000,
)fe Acre semi-vvaterf rapt lot at Earl Cove—^-$3000.
6M" Acres, Madeira Pork,  1100' frontage on Highways— $8000,
Large choice seml-waterfront lots, a  few hundred  feet
beach and fishing, Priced from $3000 to $3700,
1                                                                                      *i
Ists, 2nds, & 3rds
879-4166 or 879-6701
f*"^ Tw-i»'-Trt»-iy^g*^g^'^tf**-'ye"r
Many other view and semi-waterfront lots from $3000 |o $8000.
Terms avqilable on above propertlesi.
Discount for Cash.
.      * Madia Ira Park, B.C, , i-
Phqn^ Ppndar HarboMr 883-2233
Any tofter who kneads the dough
is ih the
(197J)   LTD„
On |M Wliorf - 006.9303
Qoolliy Hoorq ond Marino
'     Palnl.
^jWhonlyDu.Jiavo Iho prpblo^ri/pf |>pinllNQ Silo|"S llinl m|isl
remain in nsd, j-jainl eyery oilier t>\op ffrsl;- rficommonds lhe
Cqnadfan Pnlnl Mannlnclurors Assoclqllnn, When llioy'ro
dry, painl Iho romi*ilnlng,-)l«|)-),   ' ,.-.,.-
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ki'» i«" r**i" l"lV*t**i-UA*^i 'i "*-i
Jnck Wblk,
K«'d CiOHby
Juy Vi«M«'r
bid, cjunniriU'cd wi>i%Tiht-
>ni)iihl<> rid-'tft; BflH-237ft,
— -—7— —-timntn-4
stl'c & 'i#vh\rfii* ceUlngs, now
In Qlhnam uren wnd «'-rvlu«
Uw ptntltmtiu, Frp« KulJiiinb-H,
■■■^$n--:pefrtm'rt*httrte~ a - Ar-w*
toryw*\l,~M4^4'4Wr~~^^• *W'ttn
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Mr, 0, Good — 6M4,79c} or 6R7-AAA)
Mr, G, Knmrl»9 — 291*2881 or 298-054! ovenlnps
Peq|or> for
Supbr Kom Tonftv
ond Sherwln William*
Glbions - 006-9533
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Q.W.O. Work Clorhci
•i      Work Glovflf
1      \ ' i' 'i -       -
You -.hould got A-6 yoors fietvico from q lop oxlorlor
punllly polnl appllorl according lo di reel Ions under- 'normal'
conditions, Moles. Iho Canadian Pain! Manufacturer's Assa-
clfjilon. Puoi1 preporailon, Improper application, cheap palnl,
nnd>xfcjf,*,lvo moik'ilure In Iho"vyootl or« oil factors ..which Will
<|ftrr«:psfi Hut s»«rvlco llfo of ynur^iftx! palpi job,
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\(nn\<, fthould ho'sonlod hofoto ropnlntlng, vJnrm th»
ConndlonTuhil Manuloc-.lurur/. A-.s>orlotlon, You Vnui»f burn
.af.fJh.f-.oliLpplnt qitheh off each knot,.orJho whole1 burfaco,.
Th«n fcand ih« *»»-rfoqo smooth, seal tho knots with 2-3 coP|s
of shellac and rcipqin-, Youf ollarnoto -.olMtiop Is lo""8a^d each
knot Individually, wn\ wilh s»liolloc and fcpol pplnt, flriUli with
o romplnlo roal for thn wholo'-iurfaco,
Gq|-|o-*a| Paints
!' fioalor
Monamel & Brea-zo
Paints     ;
Sunthlno Coait
Hlgliwoy nopf
Phono QQ6-2008
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jfiuLMHtKhJL^rHrmtitolJLHSkLdh**;^^ *W*^#* ���*^f;Vf?-  J    J *f     I '    , fl* ,  r,   w "    ,|,'i ".IS.**"'!      ���.�����->.    *?�����������>   j,"  ,�� *  **  -*>  "V"  f  %�����  U^^t^*^0^t^^l^00H  V^��"'"i*l'''M*''M'''V'V--'W"*tty^  Around B,C.  ���by Edgar Dunning  THIS week  T'm   starling   off  with an  editorial   from   the  Alaska   Highway  News of Fort St. John, followed by some"  items from  Chemaiinis, Trail, Smilhers,  anolbei'odtlonal from Qliesnel and some  quips I  lound ailing the way.  First of alf, tbe Alaska Highway News  nl Foil St John was founded by Mrs.  TVIargurel Mini ay, who now publishes Ihe  Bridge River-Lillooel News, and so it's  not sj-i-prising to find "foi thright editorials  in thai paper on subjects still supported  by the salty editor-at Lillooel. For instance, here's pn^ that appeared-in the-  : Highway NeWs a week or two back:  "Are the Ten Commandments as really  'old-hat' in Canada as some of the do-  gooders, bleeding hearts and "publicity-  seeking, psychiatrists and psychologists  would have-us believe?.  "Nowadays, tbe ordinary citizen is assayed with a barrage of,argument from  charlatans of all types that right is-, wrong  and wrong is right. We don't suggest there  exists on the North American continent,  anything more Ihun a vestige of a Christian community, despite the blatherings of  politicians. None the less, the Christian  mode of ethics is still given lip service  by  millions,  "Everyday we see more evidence of  the cosset ting and coddling of criminals  and .wrong-doers.'Soft-hearted and'softheaded reformists speak'in their favor at  every turn-���we live in an age when only  the victim of crime has to bear the  consequences.  "This  permissive, patting-on-the-wrist  SUNSHtNE COAST  GOSPEL CHURCH  (Undenominational)  Sunday School ��� 10:00 a.m.  Church Service ��� 11:15 a.m.  Evening Service 7:30 p.m.  PASTOR REV. S. CASSEUS.  Davis Bay- Road and Arbutui  (2 blocks up from Highway)  The United Church of Canada  SERVICES  St. John's United Church - Davis Bay  Sunday Services - 9:30 a.m.  Roberts Creek United  Sunday Services - 2:30 p.m.   Gibsons United Church  Sunday Services - 11:15 a.m.  Port Mellon United  Sunday Services - 7:30 pro.  (2nd and 4th Sundays)  Ministry  Rev. Jim Williamson - Gibsons - 886-2333  The penjnswl'a Times l< Page A-3.  Wednesday, March TO, 1971  attitude is leading to a dangerous1 climax,  ]&yr and prefer- must -be restpredj apd \yh\  be restpred-���if this can'npf. be- achieved  JHgh H-e--methf>d-$f legislation apd its  pjtoper enforcement, then, before long the  cilizeps themselves,will take the law into  theji'.own hands. The return of "the vigilantes js no impossibility���fojks all pver  North America "are sick and |irpd o'f lawlessness.  "'We don't advocate a velum lo Ihn  vicious penalties, of the Middle Ages,  puilable laws for dealing with ,crime already exist but they are npt being imple-  iriehiec^ tl is essential that, more deter---  rent fire in-posed.". ���.- . "  And pne of this province's oldest residents, August Jack, quietly celebrated his  lO'Sth birllid-iy at his h��me near Che>  niainus ort,December- 2$. The (QpyVichj-Ji -^  Leader says he spent a normal day with "  his famjly -and some clpse friends! He  ���ft'as born on a reserve pear J3el.lingham  in 18(55, and he lives alone iii a four-room  cotlagq, where he does his own icooking,  woocf-culling and gardening.  The Cariboo Observer of Quesnel bad  a tongue-in-cheek editorial a couple of  weeks ago that's still worth bringing you.  Here's how it wept;  "Those Swedes have done.us a dirty.  The bubble has burst.  "We've all hea'rd somebody say: 'Well;  that's the way they dp it in Sweden and  41  wPrks  there.'  "The expression has been used in relation to quickie abortions, labor settlements, tbe soale of pornography, free love,  instant divorces and lately, pollution  control.  "The Qiiesnel branch of SPEC told  town council that in Sweden big industry  Was forged to dump-its effluent upstream  from th| company's*"water intake. In other  words, if a pulp mill was going to-muck  a river, it would gel its own back viz its  water supply.  "Now, Ibis is a pretty sensible.and  simple idea. B.C. Liberal leader Pat Mc-  Ge'er suggested it five years ago.  "Beit Sweden, it "appears now, hasn't  adopted it. Town council, acting on the  SPEC suggestion, wrote to officials in  Sweden for details on legislation that  forced industries to operate that way.  The reply? 'There is no legislation saying  that the waste from an industry must be  ..feeharged, upstream from its water in-'  take, and we know of only a few cases  Where  this "actually  happens.' The reply  Environmental  ACCOUNTANTS  RALPH C. DUCKVYQRTH  CHARTERED' ACCOUNTANT  Telephone: 885-9515  SECHELT. PC.  . Jelephono: 8$6��2?12  GIBSONS, B.C.  APPUANCE REPAIR  *TRA!L BAY ENTERPRISES  Reppirs tp large pr small OPplia.nees  JOHN RUNYAN  Davis Boy Phone 885-9318  SUPPLIES  **,:  Telephone 886-2069  ROSE & ART ENTERPRISES  Pottery, Supplies, classes $ firing  dealer for Duncan's Ceramic products  Pino Rd. & Grarldyiew Avo.  P.O. Box 62, Gibsons, B.C.  AUTO SERVICE  SECHELT HOME SERVICE  Atlas Parts - Good Year Tires  24 Hour To\ying..  885-2812 or 885-9979  BICYCLES  BICYCLES  SALES - REPAIRS , PARTS;- TIRES ETC FOR  .  BICYCLES - MINIS - MOTOR CYCLES  Call Quick Pick of Cycle Sales & Services at the  RENTAL SHOP - Phone 885-2848  IF DICK CANT FIX IT . . . GIVE IT TO YOUR  MOTHER-IN-LAW  CABINET MAKERS  OCEANSIDE FURNITURE &. *  CABINET SHQ>  Hardwood Sppciqljsts - pipe Custom {"prniture  Sfprp and Restanrplt Fixtures  Furniture Reppir-"    '  '   Custom Designed Kjtcjipns apd. |Jathraprr,��  jp all price ranges.  ' ���..'.���.  . R B|RK!H    ���  ���"li        Beach Avo., Robert* Creek, B.C.  ^hpiitr?86-2551  CiNffg|Uifg.gN ' ��� ;     '  ".  An  addition? An qiterqj'jon?  A~'new  home?  Repairs? A new flppr-rr^searnless. like St. Morv's  Hpspjfai?  WE DO IT ALL  WINPMILL CONSTRUCTIpN Lm  Irvine's Landing, B.C.        .     Phone 869-24 ] 4  Leaye message at Harbour Motors.  Plan books available ��� Planning assistance.  COAST BACKHOE & TRUCKING  ANN'S qOIFPURES  -ip the Baj Block  Next to the Co-op Store  Gibsons 886-2322  Jl EATIWG  ������fW  iLASTING  =X0TsrrRqtL=Etr*tASTW��=  ALL WORK INSURED  FREE ES"^MA1ES  , FRED DONLEY  Pender Harbour -883-2403  Baptist Church Services  BETHEL BAPTIST CHURCH  Mermaid and Trgjl,. Sechelt  Sunday School 10:00 a.m. "  Morning Wprshjrj 11:) 5 q.m.  JALYARY, BAPTIST, SHMBJCH  . si*.,-, ^wsRgr k yRd;y::&]mr)sAA:.,  ���...; ,:���: ;.'SCiHflfiy; .HMfflW4&8ml&l^.-  Evening Worship 7:00 p.m.  Pastor, Robert Allaby  (886-2932)  A WARM WELCOME AWAITS  ��� YOU.  \ya^ from    the Swedish  Protection Board.  "Sweden, then, could be constantly  getting credit for all sorts of non-existent  thirigs. We don't know, actually, whether  freelbve flourishes there as we are told.  Or   if   dirty   postcards   are   for   sale   in     ��� *~r r- r  Jih4dfij:gaj:tens^Or^Avhelliei"-w(M%ers--doiftr-- r^WSTERT'SiJRVEY^SERVICES"  "E|ut one thing's for sure: if people  keep writing letters checking out these  alleged situations  in Sweden,  we  could"  For Expert Blasting  FREE ESTIMATES  Fj|j, Cernert^^rayg!, prain Rock/ etc,  Box 89, Madeira Park  ��� ..-���.- flioije ''81^2274     -  OM Homes A Speciqlry  GAMBIER CONSTRUCTION  Stucco 8< Mcisonry (Zpntractor  FRANK FRITSQH  Phpne 8f6-9505  -*��� Bpx :522 - iibspns, W.C.  I $ H SWANSON LTD,      ^  READY-MIX CONCRETE   /  Sand and Gravel - Backhoes  Ditching - Excavqtions  OFFICE IN BENNER BLOCK .  885.9666, Box 172, Sechelt B.C.  Land Clearing. Land Development  Road Building. Road Wprk  GIBSONS HEATING  INSTALLATION - SERVICE  Furnace and Hot Water Tqnks  Oil or Gas h  i      Fice Esfipiptes - Np Objigation  Phone 886-7380  Jack Carrie, Box 587, Gibsons, B.C.  WEATgNe & SHEET METAL  HALL SHEET METAL  Domestic '���- ComrnerGigl - Industrial  Te|ep||pi?e 885-9606  Box 164, Sechelt, B.C.  METAL  ��-     OIL ���-��� E^EiTiR;^ & GAS  Ns fjswn psyrrtsnt  Phone 885-9494  OIL FIRED WARM AIR HEATING  ��IL/fIRED WATER HEAfeRS  Nothing Dpwri r��� 1Q Years to Pay  :. Mght plumbjhg  Roy Blanche Madeira Park  8B34401A  8j|4#i8  MMiTOl"'"''is:iviil'' ' r" ~""  Welcome to The Floorshine Coqst  HOWE SOUND  JANITOR SERVICE  Specialists jn Cleaning - Floor Waxing  1 ''RENT IT AT"  THE HENTAL SHOP  al DoYJs Bay  ''Wp Rent.or Sell Almost Everything"  Type-writers - Lighting Plants - Televisions  Roto T'l'ers - Cerfient /vtixe?s - lawn Rakes  Mechanic's Jools  PHONE 885-2848��� 24 (HOUR SERVICE  OSBORNE LOGGING CO. LTD.  Box 189, Sechelt, B.C.   ���Phone-e&^To^   all he lopk.ing for another Utopia within  a'few years."  Ma|e pigeon to angered mate: "Now  Phone 885-2304 L. C. Emerson  R.'R. 1, Sechelt, B.C.  -���-���'��� ated--^talvpn--.tpV-marS:- ^g, Wag, M^iVv^*^"?-V��rrfTT!i  "Snd'h��ndsMe;;^l,o A? 5|MP  "Sn^ h-"pdsOrrte;-^  another: "Mpn,  I  wish I had his doer*  . fejiaje emm tp.tnaje crane: 'Tor pity's  - s��!^r-beha#(y'Purself.--phis js a "sanetuary,  you knpw'i.,'  THE ANGLICAN CHURCH  OF CANADA  SERVICES  St. Hilda'., SccMr, Family Eucharist 9:30  a.m. (2nd and 4th Sunday). Ho|y Euchqrlst  ovary Sunday at 8 a.m.; 9:30 a.m. (1st and  3rd), Evory Thursday at 10 a.m. Evensong  at 7l30 p.m. (2nd. and. 4lh Sunday).  Stv Mory'ti Garden Boy. Holy Eucharist���  11:30 a.m. (1st and 3rd Sunday).  Egmont.  Holy  Eucharist���2  p.m.   Isl   and  3rd Sunday),  Church of Hli Proicnco���Rcdroofl*. pyep-  spng���3   p.mr   over   2nd   Sunday..  Holy  Eucharist���3 p,m, ��vory i4th Sunday,  pfje.t���Rev. P. Popplo, Sechelt 0B5-9793.  A. 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J  /  l\  ���w  %  t  ^  \  ���v  ^ i  *��  'I  <'  *w  ���l  t  i i  /  h  Travelling Around  Pago A-4 The Peninsula Times  Wednesday, March 10, 1971  -hy Mary  TwkV,Y  travelled by jet, had a new .experience  tWO  t.rav^lers.lvo.ne alter;an exoitmg    weighed 1000 pound, Soma 200 vu^es ��� g^Wni'^  . and adventurous tV"P are Mr. and Mrs.     were e-AtinnmL nMrhv   w��\..r*a  fo,. ��i,ni,.-   ny^wni,, �� ey weie b^ic^ea ��ng 5J1W  and adventurous trip are Mr. and Ifcvs.  Andy W^nsep, On Depemner 15, they fPew  by w^ of Montreal and Amsterdam io  East Africa. Starting in Nairobi, they  went on an eight-day safari through Kenya and Tanzania, travelling in a Toyota  car and ehauffeured. by a native driver.  Starting across* th.e Jtjft Valley,, they  \N  '/  )  Li  Bcr  i  u  r  -V  l"\  /  " *.*  i^J  Accompanied by their teacher, Mrs.  ketieia Talento, grade one students  delightcsdl visitors to Madeira Park's  Rhythm Section  Open House with their timing and  rhythm when they entertained in a  musical selection using a, variety of  simple devices which they hgtve learned to use effectively."  .^v?L   s  f  *"V ',TT"tTt".  A^~~  %  if  0  llii  I  toured   U-e^M^sai   M^m  Game   reserve, .tried. Their driver John, Wg fWl-"-%  Serengeti   Park,   Arusha., and   Atnhoseli ^waheii  and  theHansens  replied, with  game pailv,, Thetv ram took them ne*ir "Hc*ly Night",, in which We �����lsojbined,  the mtghty Kihm-iimit'S. one of whose We was a Christian, he said aftd so he h^cl  peaks is nearly 20,000 feet high and snow-.   only one wife. Polygamy is still common  capped dpvvn to the '15,000 ft, leye}. They '. arnbng the natives, most of whombgtong  explored the Ngorongorp Crater which is t���i the Masai tribe and the Hansen* ^nQW  estimated ,tq have erupted  three million of   one   hotel   employee   who   had   two  years  agp.  They  stayed  at  comfortable  modern-lodges,   staffed  entirely   by   natives.              - ��� ', ���          ���  All the lodges" had. swimming, pools  aftd jjpme of then/ weje particularly spec-  mpiUar. One, suehfwa's Lobo Lodge in  Serengeti Park which had been designed  by a Swedish architect. With about 100  rooms, it was built of glass and wood on  and around rock, some of which protruded as part of a decorative scheme into  the dining room and bar. There was a  live tree growing right through the dining room, Another lodge which they en- t,^v.���c��� u��� �� ,���M ow i��ei aoove me  joyed^ was Lake Manyara Hotel which town. They took Bus tours and explored  was built on hieh around with maoi-iiftr.. '  ih* -,'#���������. mK^co w^���, ���~��� u_-i.  i_ .=����  were stationed nearby, waitirfg for.their' ed"for"b'ombv and['guns' "piT each flight  turn when the lions, were finished with they took. .        . '  ,-. ' ,   ,.     .-.--' Joan-and Andy Hansen would like, to  Driving through the African country- relurn t"o East Africa one day, but they  side on December 34, W��h the trppipai _are WOnderm(j what the future may hold  sun Hazing down on them and the>\m. iov lhis very troubled c6untry..   -  peratyre m the nineties, it was. difficult *  io get. into t,ha Qhris^mas spirit. M\i  "  i��Tt��ii-l     fPUrti*.   #-i>.��'*./s��    t.^1-.^.     rt^^.-^   ���i!���w*'  Wives, three children and two more ejf-  peoted. The whole family^ lived in a onipr  ropm.ed house.  The Safari ended at Nairobi ^vhere  the Hansens stayed and where they ��xT  ���plored still an'other-wildlife park just  outside the town and here they saw their  first cheetah.  '     :;A ',.::���������-��� ~- . ';'  -'---'���'������������  From Nairobi they flew to Athens,  Greece. It was late .evening as the jet  fdew low for the landing. The whole city  was "illuminated and they could distinguish the Acropolis picked out in lights,  perched  on   a   hill . 300, feet   above   the  - 'S  fi.  '<&  Y>  was built on high ground'with magnific  ent views and a bird's eye. view of the.  game park just below. The food' served  in the lodges was excellent, with plenty  of meat and fresh fruit. The flavor of the  peaches,'pineapples, tomatoes, etc. quick  grown under the hot African sun they  found  particularly delicious.  There were no roads, but they drove  over, grass covered land between the  trees. The bush was not dense throughout  their safari, for the trees were kept, thin-  _jied by'elephants who feed on the foliage, sometimes tear the trees apart and  often push them .right over. All the parks  covered by the safari were animal sanc-  -.. tuaries where wildlife lives in its'natural  environment, protected only* from the  human hunter. At each park, a different  guide accompanied the Hansens. "There  were'.numerous ..game wardens whose  duty it was to see that the regulations  were rigidly enforced. Nobody is allowed  ,t0 fiet  Out  of the car in  the  parks  and  - nothing may be done that would annoy  or disturb the ani-rfra+s-r  iha-'city whose history goes back to 500  B.C. It was the most distinguished city  of ancient Qreece and is still the capital  of the modern. Greek kingdom. They  found it a fascinating place to shop with  its beautiful hand-made clothes. They  found the Greeks a shrewd and progressive people. On a visit to a night club,  they saw an interesting disp/layipt folk  dancing.  Leaving Athens, they flew to Denmark in time to spend the New Year's  holiday with Andy's ' parents in South  Jutland. Here they were joined by Bill  Parsons of Sechelt who had been on a  visit to England Visiting relatives in  Cornwall and Manchester. He attended  a meeing of the Lipns'~Chib in Copenhagen which is a "twin" to 'the Sunshine  Coast Lions Club and spend two weeks  with the Hansens, enjoying the pleasant  mild weather. The three of them flew  home together by the polar route1.  The, Hansens   who-.have   frequently  enjoys week-end ran  WESJP3ND .report from the Tetrahedron  Ski Club gives a snow level on fvlouht  Elphinstone betweei. lo to 25 feet, Drifting makes i^ difficult to be moreraccurate  but skiing conditions on Sunday were  ideal.  Access was a little difficult on Sunday and skiers, who left the road at about  10 a.m. reached the 3,700 ft level at 1.30  p.m. Once at the top skiers have about  4 miles of excellent run to negotiate at  ; their own speed.  Any further information can he' obtained from Club president Mr. Bernie  Littlejohn of Granthams Landing.  Adam was the first person to take  misfortune like a man-���blame it on his  wife.  ^'0**"***-0**��0*.000*0**0*0*004'0n*00mM*am0m0i0,  5'   MSg&fciss* "       S  fe l^alllP'^a     i ��� ��� S  BOAT BUILDING  f REPAIRING  VyOOD & FIBREGLASS  GLASS PONTOONS  & FUEL TANKS  5 Bus.  883-2521   or  Res,  883-2297 5  !Jr*0*00*r*00000*0000l000Mt0*00*M00M04,M^M00��*i  Adult  Band   ,  Parent participation  is  one  of the    on their toes and the baftd interest1' selections and later joined with the  reasons for the success -of Madeira    highYJust one year old, tlie plrent    junior band to play tunes from Butch  -Par-kis-^xti-a-cumculai--schoo  Cassidy^iuLtha_SujLDance_KicL   gramme which keeps young athletes , > '  Wi   ,  No sick or weak animals are ever seen  in the reserves. The .law of the jungle  prevails and only "the fittest survive.' A-  mong the animals they saw were elephants, giraffes, hippos, ���������wildebeests, zebras buffaloes and rhinos. They also saw  ostriches! and flamingoes. There are many  poisonous snakes in the country but the  -Hansens-saw-oiTlynone, a o ft. green mam-  ba, one of the most deadly snakes, which  a group of natives immediately and excitedly set on and killed. Prides of 10  or 12 li&ns- could |>e seen .hunting. They  were mostly females with'their cubs, for  tlie mai'.es are not very much in evidence  except during the ; gating season. -V/hen  a ..lioness makes a kjjl, she waits for the  ci(bs to catch up and allows them 'to eat  first before she feeds. I.v one park, the  Hansens saw a group of lions lying beside their kill, a buffalo which.must have  m  i  SOUTH PENDER HARBOUR WATERWORKS  SUM DAY, MARCH 28fh cat 2:00 P.  f S^ADEIRAH^RH CO^U^ITy^HAU- ���  - -I-*~   ������.,.���   y * - '<.   ,   , ,       ,   i  1970 Audit available for Inspection at District Office  ^MMgM^B^gg  ���*{  tniiation easing  y t   i     ���>�� fi    f '  m  Pat McGeer  -7-Commenr from The Legislature  N,f),P;   lAJ'Idoi1''r)|iV(i'  fiiiirull   wns  fiiikiiiK  Pi'omlnr (H'finnvtt ,(nr" iiliuul  ihn olglil-  lulh Hint) wl'i(!t|iiM- t|u would k'Mi|i liih pi 11 ���  niltut  lu  pi'iivoiit   Iiiiui   M|)t!i'iiliiliiiu   i'iJiiiim*  hlljliwayii,  "Thut  c|iuiMl|nn in tnliiiu.'i mul  ' riipululloiifi," ti ui cl  Doputy Hpciiluir  Ihuli  {Jh'iu'h, "Vim", Mtild I'loiiiiiii' HuniiDll, "Hint  (|U(OT|('lll...|ri   tnlliMllj|iJiif|j"|.��r(t||i'|lli()l|'l"1 >v  ��� i.   (iiii'ilon   Diiwilimu, 'N I) P.,    Mn11tul>y  Wlllli'i^dnii,1 Wlm  hurt  InnHli'il   Mini-it  Uiiiii  ' iinw   will)   Ihu  Pi'iynKir, iihiiulitil   nciiinH,  ! M'lwo,ti'Ulll>I<i,'l�� llinl nil1 wu Hul iniMi ynu  in   litdliMlii  ii'liil- nipi-llliuiiii   lilli'iifi)",   'Vint  ruin of Ihu lliiuHd in Unit wlilUi 11 Munilii-r  (-un auk nny ((iinHlUin of ii .MIdIhIui- ilur-  ll)((' (Idliiild of Ii|h ckIIiiiiiIch, I|ui Mlnlrili'i'  'Id' not (ilill/'cil, In iiimwor. Jh'jli" inlniln  of runny Oppiilillluii  MdinlKsrii,'1 Iho M n j -  'iiiUrtvi ulmor'vn llinj rul�� I'Hr iuo I'l'lldly,  , ���     Pi-(unl("r lli|i)nnli ninlnliiliui ili'ut wlnui ,  h'+>tf& '"��l��t-'|<ri|o Mlnlriloi' uf IIIhIiwii.vn lulluwlim '"  r ;*/^Sftl*!!ipj(V;-.Uu��lia,ilt'n.ni:(;KtuiittU(Vi,i��ln^il)UU-Iiaw  " iiWvo ��M;,'J(tni I'lml IJm'I-ii wns hi Im no Imiii  ,<T'��i*pi!'"iiMlun iilniiu imWIIc luuliwiiyn^N.p.P.  ld'iulor Hlii'l'iHI  nliilitil  llinl  Im luul Inlkni  lo Hid l)(!|iiily Mlnlnicr nl' liu* lllnhwiiyii  J)ij|iii|-!li)i;nl   who (Uiiil ho linil rm'dlvoii no,  rnu'h   liifilnicllniiM  uiih'iir   In   wiltinn  1'1'r'  v��u'linlly,       '   '      ,       _    I'Vir lli(��"l'lini Uiiiii in "iiuuiy ,v(Mii'H| Ui��  ���'"InidlllniHil MiiUnir of iiiiiii'iiiiniliuii',i! wim  ���Timido'iTi flU'i rivviiif��vr'frv��ihriiy' iii.rN.n.P,  '���: . JJwiii'Jh  Conk*.,  N,I),IK, Now  WdNlinlnwlAr,  i;   i'luiyiul  Hint  iho  Pr��iii)|ui'Vi miliuy  (hi ni-  iliicod   by  lUMM'  hoi'iiiifin of  llio dovi'i'ii"���  IIUiuI'm i'dIiimiiI Io ^ipifii, llni JiuoIui ul' llm  )(,(!, Ilyilro iumI ll|i< l,li|tioi' ('niiliul Miinnl,  i   Hiixniu 'lyiliHtiUir without   Piii'll'nllo, Myi\,  '���   I'lilililii Jmiluii run" ihillHiiiuilly In ilitidinl  I'i'iinili'i' HnnhwM, "Why", uli" niildt "wu-  linvn lhe IiiuikIchI'ii'iiii'miiilnljiii) In Mill'  ,���*iM||.. .<'tiditii|hln!WThlM"--,*YtMi...-fp,'Miiliii|."WMIi^  '    luiiiii ul' liiii/',lil��T, Tlio ,|hi//,I��mI lii'ly Mbi-  Ifdcr llitfl �� (|(��lrk <'��HiJ<si��'iH-<�� wHIi'(imi��I|h'1'  Indy  MIiiImKu'  idllliiii ,1)0x1   in  her, Him.  Hutu tiinllcil i(<iuiKily nnd Miild, "Woll, wn  linvn  llii'  |mi,'I   luokiii|(  liriimlii Jiiiywiiy",  - 'TlWTifivr'rnm'Hit rnsity drWntiti fhr nnn.i  , ci-mfidiiiici'   iiuill'iii.  1 Piriiilcr llniuioll ihiii-d In n'ply lo  i|iu'idli��lifi I nuked him jiboul hln 'plinm  fur fliiiiiiclnH llio >*,C, 'Hydro I'liid HiIm  t.'oijiiiiiillon would luiilliiuu In olilnl/i nil  Its IuikIh Irom Provincial ClovenVnont ao-  ruiintfi.  I  quoted tho prospuctuH Iho i'l.C,  llydln-preaonlod U) Wnll Street in  1(1117  wliu.'li htiitod IIuit Iiiii corponitlon.would  Im uliiiiinlng ii|)pi-uxlnuilcly .poo  million  ul' tlm, ijililll) million roqulred by lim riom  hiiIo nl' ImndH  in  the g(>ii��i'al  piiblli',   If  Hun word (|(ino, tlidii ,|!I00 million niuro  nl' Unviiinnmiil money would lio avullnblu  Im hchoiilii, huriplliilii, Iilnhwnyn, munlclpnl  |nii,|i'i'ii,   mul   ninny  dIhor   public   worku  which un' now Ixiluu: duloynd. Tin* Pronilor .  iliit'Mi'l Him  II  llilii wny  nnd  InHlHlH  lliiil  noiii! of Ihniiii-.pnljui'lH ii|-d.lHi||i|{  hu'lil ;'u'|)'  Im   lui-k ol' runilK,  11   In Ii'iki  thnl  innuy  ni'i'iiH uf  ihn   Prnvlll'i'ii   urn dolnil   oKll'0-  m��;ly  w*dl wilh Uiulr i^IkioIk, hntfpl'l'ulH  mul lili-hwnyn but I know nl1 niiuilv mIIkh'  iiiihim ihul urn nni/Tlm t'*��nt (jrowlli iu-iuih  uf Ihu Pniviriciriinil I|ki iiorlliiini i'it|dunH  1 mi' iiiuUi'iilnrly   hulilinl  hand, T|ui   Pro-  ini'T mul I dll'lor mi how pulVlli.' proJoclH  In I!,(.,', i.lmulil  Im I'liiuiicod,  Aiiliiiiiiiliuii him mil i-ini||y dini'ii iiwny  '"  Willi ii'i| Im,i.'   n'h ini'iiily I'liilml mul pci-  Iniiilcil  |l, i<  Grade One  Gliissrnq'iwivt Ji/Iudoiro Park Elenion-  tnr.y wa'ro opon to visllora lnat weok  "imi\ In'.luich ityftifl.'Students yvero taking grunt pride in sliowing parenls  what had boon aecomplisliod, In the  ����� bright and cheery priniary clnssroom,  Knulo one cliililren emlertain with a  Ht-leellon of huhhs,  r^w��wwii^wiiwww|-w��witi^^ww'ww-pwii ^wmwiiw���Wip-w���wwipwuii m wm >  Sechell  Jewellers  ���A'   vV   ic  ���A  ThU Month  Only!  20%  DISCOUNT  on  Diamond  Tlpplngl  ^^��l^l��^���w>l^^l>^���^tl^���l^^�����m^l���,���*��^a��^��^^���^l'^l�����^^������l^^������^l',  F  iinsfone  Centennial HomecomiBii    .ALL DAY EVENT .',..'  MARCH 27th STARTING AT 8 A.M.  if    ir    ir      '  AUU FORMER STUDENTS, TEACHERS, PARENTS AND FRIENDS  * ARE CHAUENGEP to A SPORTING CONTEST  BETWEEN <M)Q A.M, AND 0i0O P.M.  ���_: -,,,- - : -:���- -,...-.- *J^r��- ��^,Jf���A.... .___��L.^ ��� A, :,..���  Olhor highlights will bh a Balw, Sato and Toa'- Raffle .  Talent H6ur ^ Tour,of tjie School �� Baskqfkall   "  >   Volhyhall -? Broomball .  PABY SITTING SERVICE  *    A    if        '    -  , ^Tho. Cougar Spirit; aip:'71'  Hi  mm��0m  ���pui  TnVnitedTStates?  1NFLATIONAUY        pressures  aro   k'saunirifj,   according, to  the Pii-Bt.National City Bank,  Tho hunk said in its inonili-  yly econorniti lc|(tii- this Is des-  1>lta-ix'ccnlH-ncrrpii5O5-irr"piiP0B'  of con.sumor goods an'd of  'du'slrlttl' odinmodiiiti.i.  Tho hunk mid iho dogriici of  'slack in .t.h<ii ociinoniy wna  growing. U miid tlio wlim gain  In rouI groH�� niilliinai prodiiijt  In tho third ciuarior wns dun  to piihlic, rtdhor thrin prlvnlu,  upend I na.  Houi output, tho honk unifl,  may doollno in iho fourth  tjiuirlor |f llio (junonil M/.��|or��  Hlriko ciodIIiiuoh inuoll longor.  Tht} hunk Hiild thi-ro uro  Hoims 'fuvoriihlo nlgnH in^-lho  oi'oiiomy,  II hald i-uiimiiiuii'M luul fuii-  lllliiod lo huiiil n Hlrunij huiio  for fulurn ���ijidiiding hy. Having  Wind. hy,"hlnloj'li"nl Hlundardij"  In ii Inrgo puiodnlngii of iIIh-  pntiiihln iiKionio,  Satellite attack?  A nniTIHH HuluiilUil. Hi.yn I im  ,-   MovJol llnliiii Iuih litnin luul-  ���Il)g   f-ldilllllRH   lIllHlglldd   III   l|0H-  Irny,  U,H,   nillliury   mitolllidH,  '.'Konnolh   (liiiland,   "Xrn-proAl- , ���  (lcil)l, nf tlm IhiiIhI) lnti|iplni|ii-  liiry H(|('l(il,y, Maid In nn -IliUir-   ���  vlnw   wii-dnlly   Unit ,|||1n   w����  llui   idImhIuii   of   (v'omnu/i   i)V;i,  ',m, nnd JIVIl,  ,M,J Ul,,M) I (I ,..-,Cl III 111 llii,.,., ;i.7!L,.w llll ,,,v  Imini'lidd lulu nn' or-hli,'ion to  ,:II1(I ml I'm iihuvi; llni nui'lh mid  llinl Cotillion ,T/'I wim put Into   '  n hlgliur nihil   hul  limn dim  (ujinlud   Inlo   i'IVi'I'u   nihil   mih.  IlldW   lip,  t'ltai'n ih'IiiiiIIhIh miy Ihal If  ll,H, nillliury riiconiinlHtinni!!!  nnd n'nvlHiiiInn liimitllldi. w.orn  ������������cloBirny^d in nihil, Aniorlrn's  ahlllly hi luliillnlu lo ii iiimliun-,  nl luck would Im iiiiidi,'...i|(i||l)|(l'  hi... A IJ.H, iii/l.-fiil iiixl (��� Hi.  llhli  npiu'ii /ii'lniiUhln, (luiil'l'riiy  a Puny, mild llinl l|i��i Howhtl"  |ll||crii luul 'ni|ri'iiiiM|'iilly limldd  n iiii|��i|I||ci llinj imiiiI'I iliiiiliny  nllini'  S|iiiV��tci'l'i|"|,  Centennial memo  , nn Miii'ci'i v, imil) n i'i'M'if|(iiii  uf Now WiihlininuUn' cuiiiplnlii;  ,  nil In  llm  llrlilnh (.'nlunihiitn  llllll       I'ldd    IIHMI    Wlll'llfd       lji>  ,���linni'M,...jhilly\ in nwilwi �� living  hul coiivli'lii1 wi'iu win luul only  "BIX ln*'(i|/U��t hniii'/i dully, lu  good winiilmr, "Mrii�� iijmliv  gong Ih liu? howl plftrm In Iho  wlnfdr, In tlilii rnuntry," I"-  mhIiI, . '   ���  ^'-.i  K^'*'AMMii$#M ����tA*oi j  J.'��,a ^^^���^���f^PJfii-''i ��� ',H,-!'.W or tyPl W ��y Wm HSu��f. Q^$ Mo��r*l or t>y llio aovginin,eni o| li/|tl6h Coluinlii*.  ' '' >      ' '      ��� ' A |  ft-  K *ti *������*>! *��**^*����i ft^* * *  -      ��   I     *  I  t    I   J    4    *  **pr*4*t+*l0,4S.m*.l  *��� -* *   ��� A t% 0* ,4,A *% *\ Jt rf- yl I ��� *���   " i j �� ��� *        " *    " ' .   j.*"  ["'^���'V^'TTwqjrviw-*  a *  -I-  ���*<���  "��  1   /  "    l v  J  �����\v  .^'.  ��' < V   t Kf,;i -'  'I.  0*  ���   i  ���������  v  /  ���   i  '|J  -*'  i "i  '>  .'./  i i  t  tsvHa  w  .4'vV  ���Kit**  ���*����  P#"��  ",    V  ^  0  <** "N   ��� f  "���^ I  *i  r-  V.  I  r  -V--l  i  i  ���      t  \  *    f*-  '    , .   *  1          ���  i   .     *  ���'f\  ^  i  \  *      *  L  V  f  i  ���f  ���  > i  ���  *  \ -  ���1 *  '  ��  *  /  V  * r  ���  3  i  \\  \{  0 .  ;<���"  ;*i  The Pehinsnla Times  "        P<��gp A*5  juvenile soccer  ~  we&k-end results  WITH snow'still rn.qk.-ng cpnd,itipns' ot.  play|nu I'^lds ppav, (-ply qpp Juvenile  Qanies pre scheduled for ne-ft ^Unday  ty'1 I^P rPUMlsn schpdule has been Mp-  &et by po.slponPrt games anci a i-npetin��  pn 'TV-mscfay ^Vl11 declflo vy(uch tpams  wtyinecM' pn Sunday  *>  //  \ t  ��,   , Young Gymnasts  /mentarysSjjoolG  sented an outstanding  ���Qpen House held at the school on    Katm R.ip.ir   Kv'^u   i"=rsfti'"TeSi    * "" "JM",>U" '   l , J  ff  tuv/%'*Ef-*9i  xT'V^-^i- <*���    t i a*i4S      -*  m.  sswasssswwssBasw���^  J  ^  ELECTRICAL  Wiring Supplies  Specialising fn  Electric Heat  V  WHARF ROAD, SECHELT  Phone 085-2062  i  i^^^^^m^m^m^:  a  ���Sb-?  %���" TOM   -^7  fe Sports  .,     -j... ....y.  -by Bill Snecidor  Space Walker  .bfje gbpd -tWn'g aliotit & sgace-^aW,  he rj��esn't bring -iirty s|io^s jntp 4ne  Iwq^e. Olei*. Cilchlon, piptwed'^ere  "an4 Moreen IJrown proved tjjeip &Ui-  IpUc 4��iUty lay, han-4-walklng li\e  length of the gym at Madeira Park  ''f/\l*  \  7 rv^y v ~  it  1   HOUSE mfietmgs held lecently have re-  i9      suited in the flection of new house    Elementary School's   Open- House.  i eps ahd yice-i pps and ajsp have pi oducpd    $ferpJ3ers of the gymnastic team prap*  t^acbei sponsois Sot each House x\cb before school and have developed  *. Teacher  sponsois  are:   Mi.  Bjqinson    superb  CQ-Qr<lhiatlon      _  - "nptSifngtangsn Mi   Turoer tBombeiEdr^-MTss  ��� =   mzi .. -,���-*:*  'm'iV^'^"', '-���   A- <,\At l  7  //  v/  Vi  s-      I  \  ^������ts^. i ���m^hii ,.i,f  Edwaids (Babies), and Mi   Kmsey (Spit-  fiies)  Basketball   is   neaiing   an   end   with  home audjenres having been  heated ; to  an   exciting   biand    of   basketba]V with  seveial uhffhangeis going into ovei'i'me ���>���  oi being decided by one point  On Fuday Pebjpaiy 12, Sqi)arriish  played at Elphie Squamish gnls pibired  too���much -forHElphie,-ovei poweri-rVg-qit--���  gnls in both -umoi and senioi ^ames,.  Our jupior boys defeated Squamjsh by  an eight point mai gin but the real thriller  was the senioi boybj'ame whpn Squaniisb  edged Elphie' by one_point,       ^^-���-  ir K*i*&$ti*0m\ A       ^'lp nex^ ^ay ^  ^   Barnett hvought  Wte } TVnA    ^lpir ~^�� Jhmor learns up to Elphie an4  f y Af*vt\ t\tt\    fans  saw "twp ipprg  close  games.  l^ar=  ^,-f.i".i'-��*n*f \?   - r,^ 3Mnior girl;- pdfgpd Elphje 12-11. Eh  "*;    pipe's ^unioi   6oys hupg  dn to  dOfoaf-  "     Baipetl   1^-lf}  On Sptur^a^y February B0t|i( one game  was played at jSlph-iislone witb our jupior  guls beating Texada 21-15 Tpe same day,  Finance Company  E^egsosseseions  C5n *h^ ��P?t;  Imhnedigte Financing  75 cars to choose  Irom  Sarpe doy service  Phone collect for free  Qr^dit theek  87?r41<5-5 or a7>-6701  Yoncpuyer  AXES - SPLSTTI^G  St FALLING WE0GE5  GAS CAMS  FIBKEGLASS3NG  RESiW s CLOTH  WOVSN -ft ipEN  ft MAT.  Also Cellofiriis&B Resin.  jmiIbiHiIiiiiiii.iiiiiii'i.i.mbiii iiihh  Homelite - McCullough  Skill &. floriger  -~-0MAMt^A^~~  iechelf Chcain S  T.     ,       . .     .ii    , , Centennial Theme        ,' " �������������,���.,#��. ,- ���*���������.,.��� �������  "iS-W^i   ceiUBn'1^1   banners jje-    pUJucqtion Week and this display of    was just one of manv attractive .di��s-   mr i,��>nl��r hoys t,,ove,,ed lf) Squiimish  Park -, oppi, house which celebrated    signs made hy the grade six students    of iweiits glance  -I h-# *�����-����  .   r   ���  i  j*   %.���  i'?  4  "1  ��."*  "   K  f ������ *  tf-" '*  d 1  I  - /'>  v  c;  ���>  ���*i�� > i'  .' -  /;  Sound JTour-namen |i5i| rL U]e   &ing)e knnpkput   tomnament   gc)uqmish  sc-oied a 41-3() vjclocy ovei Elphie,  Tlicio were po gpnieii dpi Ing the last  '  wcekepd m Fehiuniy hul nui junior, hnys-  Playc'd Rlchn)pnc| on Suli|i(|ay.  The annua) ipdopr tnipk-rpcct was fielcj  lnt-1   TilCKrifi'-y'-with   novelty-.'Tc^yfi  ps-a  fealnre. ...',., {, " ,'���������.,,..".  pnmccpmji-.g wi'! hp hp|d .pp March  27th t|||H yetrr;- pjirps (irb iin| pppipie't'c  bnt il a|ipe'-ii'R'th|U |,)-|s. yeai'ia. I^ppipcpm-  'ing will he hif-aer q'nd hehe'-', thflp evpr,  .1 cpii|r| not -wriip iipthb-p'ticle with*-  opt   sdipo    mqnllpn    of    IhP  ppwccfpl  leach'!!-'-.- |)i)sl<cthul| Ipaip, The,Wnhcnti||)|p  ApalhnllpK proved they ���wore-' jpejeed pp-  boulfihln, Pi lopHt.nn.ihqt p-p'ficiiliii' <lay.  ,by trouppiim Iho tti,i|jie..fi\hpys.;,1onm  )8  Ip ll. Tho tpnchciis now,have <|.nno gump  winning tilrofik going,      .     ���  , ,.     l-<fiW>-I'lush���Klphld, wppl flnw.p lo f|o-  ���/   'feat   al   l|i�� hnprlH  of  H,  0,  I'ljlmpr n|  ��� ;   Hiphnmn'f) on "Jni|irdpy hi wm playnfl'H,  V s*   !!''l)l,,p 4��in1����r hoys wpi'q nlpying wiihopl  llnjd, r{niTlH who npffprf��u 1.1 ii Injury luul  Week and |H ip SI. Paul's, Iho. iKitm iiIho  -Tiifilw'tKrnpy ftihsnn, both boyn aro vnlu-  ahln luain iip'inha-'H,.,      .  /       -l    ..-.      ���;..      .���������     ���     -    ,1  X.  v i  %  fl  i^*^'^M'l^m^^m*^T^,T&^f^*TTf^!!^Tf!T1l^  Royal Canadian Legion branch  140  Jj/. f^atrick'a qdJance  SECHSLT LEGION HALL  SMUHDAY, MASICH 20th  Doors Open at 8 p,rn. Dqncinfl 9 p.rri, - 1 fl��!��|  .   MUSIC M JIMMY R0HMTS -  SMPRGASPPIlp  Admission !^3.flQ -*- Tickets liv^ilnble '.'pff.'-Rf'rtlOffn!'?*;  . ,'   , or pfipoo ^948^     ,,    i  ���     ' noo. ' rwrT^     >7^   mmdmt MM "^.' nMMnt . -    *'     I  ���rf��>> *����. *J   |M*M  ���itii..iiii;Trfa.3.,i--,:-7  Blaka C, Aldorion D.C,  ; ft... 006-23*1  Tiioi-loy i�� Prldoif 10i30 fliip, to BiSO p.m.  Sf tut Joy Vi30 ��.m. ��k�� 1 ��Q0 p.m.  /.,   EVEHINQ5 BY APPOINTMENT  Jopsy Tuj*vy  Youngi^l iiKimhor ul' MnilMinV'' yyin';  iniKlh. ijoreun Hrown Ih Ii) ({rnMo'li  4W.lJ!H^ftl.^iJy^llMHtBl,!!JflM.ftlUtllft.  fMiitH I'nwi-'niun liy ohiur mumhPCW,  A -revornu hacK-i'Oll. wlil-nh , roqulrPB  hIioii|i|pi' mul nri)i Hli'oii'jlh in ihially  nnonniiillfilidd hy Iho lilllo girl nnd  wulch��(l Jnloirtly;, |iy follow Hl||c|nhl'i  mul j^irhnlH, .,n  ���v^.T^."  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S*wM****m*mM0^M*0mm0��mw*#*m��*p***m*mmKm0n0*m0(0m4tLMmnmmmm*m  UiM  R-fSI  LOCATED JUST OFF HIGHWAY 101, GIBSONS  BEHINP GIP^QNSLDftllMMNflL..WFPIY  k AA/> 0.0*0\0* 0,+0l\*.0ll>0>^.**0\l*\0*+.  0X0.0 *.J-0.0 ��� r��*  *  *���)*   <rf.  ������-   ^��* *.����*.f ^m /X^ ��J / |SJ.  ,     I   ..H*��1  > r  1,  !.  '*��  ��*y ���  ������''  Jl-v (^cw^v^v^vy^^^ ��� *y?-A,:A^��� v-v> ^. ^T^r^-V^f v- -\ * -'r*-.  r<- /-C--..'''^/ Vv^*r!l\ v.v- -"-^v,//'  fc<  ��i  Poge A-6V The Peninsula Time? v  .WedWe-idoy, Marsh 10,1971  MORS   ABOUT 1 , ,  o Regional Board meejing  . it -  -���e  'in the Village in 1971.and probably move-  in 1972.  West   quoted ' an   impressive, list   of  fignres  from  the-Motherwell  Report, ,a  survey carried out for Council of Sechelt  a few years  ago,- and  which  indicated  cost's  involved in renovating    the  then-  Sechelt Waterworks system. He failed t'o  mention the fact that the report also suggested a value of the system' which was  ��� but a fraction pf that paid by the Board,  On the figures of director West,, even  .at: the, present high land tax and .water,  rate, the Board will still have to subsidise  expenditure. His statement to this effect  brought forth the comment of "big deal'1.  .'.'���Another member of the public ,con>���  men'ted "how come you saw fit to pay  over $300,000' for a system that "has to  be renewed within two-years?"  Director Slade held ufitia-copiy of a  leaf let' circulated by the Board in 1968  which presented a rate* structure far removed from the recently imposed rates.  He said "when people read this they took  it to be bona-fide, now that the bombshell  has fallen ttigy are taken aback",  Director Slade also drew attention to  _, the .fact that when the original proposals  __j^re_jnad'e'. the Board estimated a tot;  of more than 2,000 potential users "now  I understand' we have only 850, This is a  big discx-epancy and it has shocked the  people of Sechelt and Selma Park," he  3afd. The director added that in his op*  nion people are paying all the traffic' will  bear and further, "it is very hard on  many  residents".  Director West explained that the- 2,000  ' potential hook-ups was an estimate of the  engineers, also, cost of pipes and materials  have increased since the original proposals. Director Slade interjected with "i  am not questioning that, I am more con--  cerned at the discrepancy in the leaflet  ��� figures," :'  One resident present asked could he^  speak? but was told that"while the meeting is public it is necessary to submit  request to speak one week in advance  Another elderly lady also- attempted to  ask a question but was ruled out of order  by the chair.  It was  noted that a press release on  tite situation had been prepared,' -however,  'frenmm'e cnscussion it tyas moved  by "  hector Slade  that a  rather more com-  prehense  release  be  provided.  "2 uaVj r-  D.  iL,  ':" 'IP  _K\ Ll  \  r -  Congratulations  Offering congrstulations to Mr. Wes,    owner Mr,  Herb  Klause on the opening of his new  branch of Western Drugs in Trail Bay  Centre,  Sechelt last  Thursday  are  from left: Mr. W. Hooge, sales man-  a ^ei���Wesfern-^Whotesnle-BrngSTncd=  Evers, Mr. Wes-  Klause, Mayor of Sechelt Mr. Wib  liam Swain; Mr. DicH Clpyton of  Trail Bay Centre and Mr. Gordon  Browne, sales co-ordinator for West-  "eTTE~Drijgs^    ;  Ed Sullivan: The guy everyday takes  for granite. Coiia .Nostra: The family that  preys together.  MORE   -A BOUT.,. .  �� Park land request *  -   '-���fironr-pageA^V  hold on the land have finally dropped off.  hut it seems aotion isnow being taken  in order to"obtain valtiable-property for  future recreational use.  AMBULANCE   ^       -     %       ���  Council last yeai1 agreed to turn over  a $500 grant to the Cunningham AmbiiT  lance Service in return Jpr provision  of  Sechelt Bowling  -���by Eve Moscrip  HJGH scprcs I'ast |\veek Appear to h'ave all  ��� beer\ }n the Commercial league with  top manjAl Stvachan howling a nipe 837.  Andy Les.ie came "next with 754 and for  the ladies Millie Gray trailed with'l729,  Other scores ipplude:  Mixed 10 Pin: LU McCourt 188 (343),  .Gordpni McCourt 193 (340).     ,      :  f..ad}es Matinee: May Walter 25,8 (340),  Esther Beiry (ti25), May Henderson (ti 16).  Pender Hdrbaur League: Marilyri  C,ay;on WW>< Ct����o1 Re'd (Olti), Lena  Ppinid 286, 250 (715-.,      '  ' Comnierciali. Ena Armstiong 2(59  (7flC), Millie Gray 333 (729), Ai' Strachau  32l|, S|p4, 233 (837), Bill McGivern (3.23);  Ha-sel Skytte 255 (878), Andy Leslie 285  (7B4)," Billie Steele 26d 161b), George Deiv  by 291 (714) a  Ball and Chain: Pelle Poulson 277  (675), Matt Jaegti 28d (K22), Charlie  Hwmm (6.7), Esther Berry 263, George  Derby (6J7), Ha^pl K^asiiey 264, Phyllis  Handfoid 293 (64*2), Vera Derby 259  (627), Cathy Hall 256 (653).  4vmior^~-Mike -English  188,  161   (349),  TRAIL I AY CARTAGE  A Kiw:S5HViCE. FOR THE  SUNSHINE COAST  *    WE Willi HAUL OR MOVE ALMOST  ANYTHING���  Stoves, - Fridges r' Freezers 7~l^Q|hers-��in-'law  l", '"��� e|p, etc.   '���  Wo Also Buy D'storded Items, .  Phone 885-2^48 Anytime  , 0* l'  Loir) Nestman 171, 217 (488), Brian Phillips 1(30.  Seniors:    Andy    Henderson   250,    202  (621),,.parcy Stephenson 202 (52J), Scott  -|trJtl\vay:2'5l  (UlY), Jean Berry 179, Patty  "Wing 2Q5, Larry Richter 218.  ����~��lj2!J?����?J?mmm'ammmmmm*m**'mm***t  Il  il  JS!  I  1  Si  i  ,1  s|;  ls_  Ii  Welcome  Meeting the public during tlie open-    pharmacists,  have  'already   made  mmmzh\  IRN1I GRAVIS  Sechell's Sign Writer  j|{ mgnf their Western prug Store, Carol    many^ri^dj_injhe aj-ea^  (|S   and Wes K .1 a u s e, botlF  qualified  |||   _____   .  i Day of Brayer^service attracts 58 attendance  RETURN  MARCH 23rd  Enquiries  1  l  B t�� T*r*wmmmmm0p0wmm*wmMi  Phone B85-9657  FIFTY-EIGHT    women     attended,   the  World Day of Prayer service held on  Friday,   March  5   in   Si.   John's   United  CJiurcli, Wilson Creek, :'". ';.;   J  ��� 'Oiiest  speaker   wa;;   Mrs.   Pat  Baker,  the wife of Rev. Glen Baker, one of the  .team   ministers   of   First   United  Church  in   Vancouver  and   her   address   was   in  Mrs. Lorraine Conroy and Mrs. Freida  Wilson of Bethel Baptist Church"- Mrs.  Flsje J.o'msion and Mrs. Joan J^orgen of  Holy Fapiily' Catkoh'e Chmch; Mrs. Stella Johnson of Our Lady of Lourdes Catholic Church; Mrs. Dorothy Silvey of EJg-  mont represenlod 5t- Hilda's Anglican  Church and Mi;s. Margaret Dc Hart rep-  kecping,^vflh-lhe theme, A  New  People'" resented St. John's United Church.  tiee ambulance service within" the Village  to and from St. Mary's Hospital.  Letter from the Service informed  Council that last year's expenses to Feb-  mary last came to over $600. It was  uuggelSip.d the grant he increased to $000  tor the coming year.  Mayor Swain expressed concern at the  fact that the statement was not itemized  apd further that it seemed cost of a journey was about $25. This, he felt was  excessive for transporting a local resident  fiom the home to hospital, or vice versa,  It was agreed that in future an itemized statement be requested each month.  Aid. Benner moved the grant be increased  lo $600.  WHARF PROBLEM  ~~f\\d. tten Lang dsTieT^whairnhad de-^  vejoped since a previous discussion regard-  in** the sorry state of the Sechelt wharf,  which, he said, appears to be in very bad  condition. "Kids are playing on it and  it  is something of a hazard,"  he added,  .-Aid. Benner. said he feels, there is  nothing Council can do, signs warning  against trespass are posted, therefore the  owner is covered,  Both Aldermen Lang and Harold Nel7  -son_ciuruiieiited_oj]_tJTe^ "ridiculous sltua-  tion" and expressed the "view that further  steps be taken to seek means by which  action might be taken to either have the  wharf renovated to a safe .condition or  removed.  , WRONG PEPAhTlVIENT f 4 :,-   .  Ajd...- Nsigitsorir repor^efl that .the,, hole,  in the beach access road at 'the ^-Bencl  in Sechelt has been*repaired by the Regional Works crew. However, while it  had previously been blamed upon a lea|i7  ing water line, it now appears lo have  had nothing lo do wilh a water leak.  On November 7, 1885^ at Crai'gellaerye,  Donald   A.   Smith,   later'First   Baron'of  _Slraichona and MQmiLJ3QyaVdr-ove--horiie-  the   last  spike   in   the  Canadian   Pacific  Railway.  Bcaraqjuets, Pinners  ���   etc*  By the  Ladies Auxiliary to  Branch 140  Royal Canacjiao U^ion  Sechelt .-  e       v  FOR INFORMATION  Please Phone  Mrs.  Dianne Anderson,  885-9785  ���ar***r>rv*0tnnruv>Lnivuvw^^  ���jMwaifirrS  I.  minmmmmiwmiwm  ROYAL CANADIAN LEGION BRANCH  GIBSONS "  TEA CUP READING,  Friday, March 12 - 10 a.m.-2 p.m..  iiiiiiiiiiiiiiyyiiiiiiiyiiiiiiiai^iiiiii  ii  jmpmm**m#*m0*mm*immmmm*f*mmmf*r,ri0mmmm*mmmm*'t*��r*  For A New Age.  goloists wei-o Mrs. Faye Birkin of Ito-  "Itotis iei'ee|r-arTcl"Mrs7-,L7iiFrl.lE~MTrrivler-'fjf-  Gibtions, Miss  Margaret Mcjntyre of Sechelt was organist,  PHi'liciputing    in    Iho   service    were:  Tho offering of $G5.7(i was fprwardud  lo llic Inler-Church Council of Canada  -l'oi-^uso_in many worlhwhUfi-^TrojeL'iii,   Convener  for  lhe  al'lur;,non   was  Mrs.  Margaret   Lamb  assisted   by   Mrs  Himmel: '"  Anne  GRAND PRIZE W1NNER  ^-^-Mi-��^-H^���M<'Coui-t���<+f^Se<"li(i-ll��� was���t he  winner of the Sechell Western Drugs  grand opening door prize. The prize Was  a  Polaroid  Camera.  inede  ,ir     ir  Friday, March 12 - 6 p.m. fo 12 midnight  AT THE  1iB.il.GE   CAFE   Cowrie Street, Sechelt  BY RESERVATION ONLY, PHONE 885-2325  ! 1  w <*$%  -* �����  s��*  "��&f.  #.;  ^  ���*,rf'-)rv">*'��nrfr*,*'<  -Vw��*-Wv.w*inS11i��fr-JsS��  tr-ylri.  ���* *      * �� * NT&-  IS  TU  ifu  fiusnes  lu  ���    -4>)> frank O'Brien  "HAVE faith, the Revfllv-tipn is -coming"  ���%,    an old line from ah old idea. The  r^volntion is always coming'. Tpcjay it is  ,^ fly3 revolution of the students, the young,  ) ,,   t^e coloi ed. 40 years ago it wasthe revolu-  jrJL tiipn ��t the worker^ Revolution fo^vnudns,  "    H^arnst poverty,    '."'''       ";���'**"     '  ���7   l ff The enemies have remained'the same,  4     * ^rily the names have been changed tp  ,t ^ protect the guilty. The" strikers *jnd'de-  * ',. jponsti ators  of the  Dirty Thirties \yere  s. f     labelled  Communists much as they are  i  |pddy And why not... they were after  ^^old age security, unemployment benefits,  ^40 houi work weeks, a voice of the workr  -* ing raaiv-rn-f the running of the .economy-  'JTiuly communist manifesTtos;."   /  A?   Today the demonstrations, are against  the military, poverty, racism, and. polli"-  ''jion   The 'commie' idea that the people  Should  have a inore  powerful  voice  in  \|he i uniting of the country. '  \    Fi om  the strikes,  the  riots,  theopro-  1 tj tests ot the thirties we achieved welfare  '"piogiams, old age pensions, unemployment  ' Jjenefits and unions.  v \ Nobody complains about these thirigs  " ttoday but at one time they were radical,  ^dangeious irjeas, _  X    Pei haps  40 years  from now w.e will  -^wonder���Itow people     had   any   trouble  convincing the world that peace, ecology  and integration were more important than  B   military might and profits.  ',     But dph't fool yourself, we will have  anothei i evolution in 20 or 30 years. That  as the way.democracy thrives. New ideas,  ���btimulation���ofMhe���people^���Our���hope is  ��� i n, mirriiimur mni  , ��� Ji l.ll.. nmhi.m ������ n.    ����� ���.. ��� ,.ni..n.l  ���>   . c r����j'  I  ���I'  U  -%���  SZs  wit.  j t  BBSPOO  li.  m  %  \  NINBUL  Section B  Wednesday, March "10, J 971  Pages' 1-6  m  m  Many objections . . .    ..��.-.,  ��� Regional Board iii -dispute  . Zoning Bylaw - under attack  m  %i  \ r  Vl-Wi  "h.  ****S  " -  .JEWESS  L  Contest Winners  All set for some more model builCring    Brad "Rodway and  with the prizes won in Pampbeli's  Variety model e.raft hobby cojitesi;  *   that   no   revolution   actually   wins,   that  .alone would destroy democracy,  ", -    ^    We  need not have  any fear of this  ,*-Revolution winning, though. With media-  u   \   appointed leaders such as Jerry Rubin anoV  i      ^Abbie Hoffman we  have little t�� worry  "L  * about  If it wasn't Jar the ��� dissent which  they have grabbed onto they would prob-  x pbly both be in a circus.  1   .Chaigex,  credit cards,  instant  credit,  ���   i |st,   2nd,   3rd   mortgages...   we   are   a  (        fiaUon of borrowers. Almost all new cars  gre bought  on payments and  it  is rare.  \\\e pei son who buys a home or an/ major  ' ijousehold item with cash. So much down  < arid so much a month can buy anything  "f-pm a baby's wardrobe to a funeral.  "i n) Take  a young���ccfupli  Ttiey ha^e a $3,000 automobile, a $20,000  J^qme and $2,000 in furniture and cloth-  j|jg       and none of it paid for. The nice  ^("an at the finance company was only too  gjj&d to give them the loan. Now all they  I     t    fave to do is pay him back at   22% .interest  and everyone  wi,ll J?e���h^SHi"^ Es-  ppcially the nice man at "the finapie com-  _   pany   Today people seem to welcome the  *" '   -..-yqke of debt.~Status isfTfan how Triuch  i '       ^jponey you actually have, but in how good  [ 3"OU" ciedit is. Perhaps it's because of the  "     i'T   gressiuei  put on the  consumer  to  own  j.v J)ie 'latest car, the split level in the 'nice'  j       1 tneighboi hood   and   the   home   entertain-  \    *-r t rjient   centre   complete    w|th   color  TV.  nj-j,  Neediest, to say, many people cannot af  f!   J( |qrd   U-espc   lujciiries.   That's   where  ^^jv red cpnver-j.ihle Joan cpbiei" in'-a-w*  [ ^ " Another danger of borrowing irroney,  I-.,"������-���]< ,;P^)det> tlie high interest rates, is the  'gj-tadit chepk.. If you have ever borrowed  are from left, jsecond prize winner  Don Uheaumej- first    prize  Curtis Fischer  who came third. Models were judged'  on Saturday evening and tlie standard  of  work was ^excellent giving  winnert judges'a (Mieulftask.  Model hobby qonlest  brought many entries  REGIONAL Board chairman Jim Tyner  ��� - and director Frank West referred to a  senior official of the Department of Highways as a "minor civil servant," who, said  the chairman,' feels- he can over-rule the  Lieutenant Governor and Ministers pf  Departments   The   two   board   members   expressed  indignation following-reading of a letter  Jfrpm Mr- D. D. 'Godfrey,' Regional high/  way engineer for the TJepartment pf.  Highways, in wliiph.he severely criticized  fhe recent Zoning and Subdivision Control  Bylaws No. 28 and No. 35. Further,^.  Godfrey stated, J;hat certain sections in  bylaw 28, Subdivision-Control (197(3) were  unacceptable to his Department and therefore' changes would be required before  they could be approved.  Zoning Bylaw No. 35. (1970) came UP  . for  greatest criticism and was,  in fact,  declared to be invalid.  Both Messrs. Tyner and West expressed the view that as the bylaws had jbeen  approved by the Dept. Municipal Affairs  and the Lieutenant Governor, they could  not see htrw-^a minor civil servant could  take it upon himsglf  to  rule otherwise.  been passed. West argued "but Mr. Godfrey says H is not so'1. ;T-   '  It was finally agreed .to go along wilh  the proposal.  Mapy- residents have expressed concern regarding facets of the Zoning Bylaw which, il has been stated, was pushed  through with limited time for study and  any subsequent protest. Much of the.  zoning has caused certain inequities and  has been considered'ill conceived by many  people."  "'-" Last October, the Board secretary-treasi  urer Charles Gooding reported "Enquiries  and  Problems arising from  tlie  Zoning/  and Subdivision' Bylaws  are  still  pyer-  ��� loading the office staff. I would recommend that the Board obtain the services  of a planner or hold the bylaws in abeyance until a qualified person is available.  Reasoning behind the provisions /jtrfj the  Zoping Bylaw" are not understandable by  the "layman" staff and they cannot provide reasonable anstyers to queries concerning apparent inequities or absurdities  in the bylaw. In the interest of good  public relations this situation should not  i  ii  i  9  March IB deadline.  ewspaper Contest  attracts further entries  "WHAT, a Good Local Newspaper Means  to Me",   by   Agnes  Engen,  Montana.  To me a good newspaper means an  indispensable  public  service.  I always look forward to every issue,  especially now when I have moved to  Montana where I am employed. I still  subscribe   to   my -native   North   Dakota  1ti^e^y7i4rmj==ilWi*r^  prd" Grafton, and the "Peninsula Times",  Sechelt, British Columbia, where we made  our home for several years upon my husbands, retirement. That way my", local  papers. ai"��%ke a letter from hom^-to me.  While living there too���you can keep  , up/ with al) that goes on (altho there  "could be a. better coverage by some of  the correspondents, mplac^_of__SjriaJlJ,rJi���-  via, having been a correspondent myself  for a good  many years).  . The advertisements keep you posted  on the many fine businesses, so you can  compare and shop, peppy-wise. A gppd  coverage is given to Real Estate and  annpunpements   of  what  goes  pp,  so  a  reports of Interest about the locality we  live in. Not somewhere in Timbucktoo.  A newspaper to be a success has to be  mariaged by someone with great writing  ability for, like a,-good book, it must hold  the interest and so the sucess of any particular newspaper depends upon the writing ability of its staff and owner.  4njoy^=b*ow��feg^+hi!8��gh-��41:  EXCITEMENT ran high at,. Campbell's  Variety Store in Trail Bay Centre, Sechelt on Saturday evening when 1.5 young  contestants eagerly awaited the outcome  of the judging of the model craft hobby  contest. ~  Models ^whiph the young-contestants  had taken such pains to assemble during  preceding weeks were on display and  busy with the judging were Bob Scales;  Dana Bysteadt and Stan Cpttrell. Points  were given for general appearance; assembly; finish; presentation and age.  Loud cheers from the youngsters  greeted the announcement that 8 year-  old Brad Rodway had won the first prize  of a fine trophy apd space kit with his  model of USAP fighter planer 'Coming  As��=��seea��d==����a&=J3=4��fia*?=��ld=  Therefore they moved the bylaw is "in  facUlaw as far as the Board and residents  of the Sunshine Coast are concerned.  In the meantime the matter will be taken  up with the Department of Municipal  Affairs by the planning committee- for  further clarification.  Director West said  he felt  it should  be made clear, by resolution, to the residents of the District that bylaw No. 35l  is'still the law of the Sunshine Coast until  such time it is stated otherwise.  Village Mayors Bill Swain and Wally  Peterson pointed out that as the bylaw  is, in fact, law tlfen there is no need  for a further resolution. Director West,  however, said ' he still feels residents  should be advised that the bylaw exists.  Mayor Swain told him this would be  _JUJHiejgejs^j3L-ittr^he_Byiaw. has  already,  continue." " .  Again, la^st December, the building  inspector stated in his report to the Board  "Zoning enquiries have been numerous  and time consuming, one zoning objection  is making itself evident and that is the  800 square foot minimum requirement for  dwelling in the R-l zone. It is suggested  that the 1971 planning committee should  consider removing this restriction from  the R-l zone".  Last year's planning committee chair- -  man was Cliff Gilker who' decided not  to seek re-election for 1971, he has since,  apparently, been appointed as a' member at large to that committee by chairman Tyner.  Complete text of the letter from the  Regional highway engineer will be found  -elsfiwherp in Thft. Times. .  If  . r  sale" ads, meetings and local store sales.  It is nice to know one can attend if one  has the the time, whereas in the larger-  city I" think some of the thrill is lost as  the distance is too great.  I feel: the press has a big responsibility  as it is necessary to write about the good  people as well as the bad and in the lattfei"  ase^troub.|e-can-SGmetimes-arise-due���1&-  Rheaume with his Panther tank and just  two points behind was 10 year old Curtis  Fischer with his German Tiger Tank.  Honorable mention went to all the  other contestants; Scott Rodway, Carey  Jaeger, James Inglis, Tony Peula, D'avid  DeKleer, Craig Rodway, Mark Wjnhandl,  Brian Fischer and Wade Goesen.  A  someone "thinking   they   have  been   exploited.  Therefore, truth must be the most  important issue as people look to their  newspaper, especially in troubled times,  to present an accurate picture pf what is  taking pi&ce. What would be" the point of  Teenager to mother: "Teen-agers are  supposed to represent billions of buying  power, hut with- the allowance you -.give  me  you're  sure cooling  down  the eco  nomy.1  THERE'S SOMETHING NEW  IN THE. POLY FAMILY  ' Now You Can Knit To Almost Any Pattern With The New Weight  Polypropylene. It's called POLYON ... in a beautiful array of  colours. ^fs^p  vy  'alrnpsl every  tp'y'pu.  business,  bu/  very seldom  cejiefirojjl'pl?^  wit.hput apy strain- The edi.tprials '"aria  always food for thought, as are letfers  to tjie editor. A fine pictorial contribution makes for an outstanding newspaper  enlightenment   too.  With rising costs and inflation you  sometimes think you cannot., afford the  "special   luxuries"   but   to   me   I   would,  ~:Afc " worth tlie convenience of ���credit rather sacrifice  oilTfiomething" else,  then  '< ',ttf,sacrifice nol only a great deal of money do without my local newspapers. A good  V  .t"'ut"'nlso a large part of your privacy?  ^'\ {grange indeed that so many fjeople should  '.'.tjjinif so,  i ���.   ~- - ���  V i" '., *       *       *  "/.',) Pl'ipie Minister Trudeau's ., .wkddipg  ���'^1 no doubt lift many eyebrows across  , Canada. Two fuels seem tp annoy people  ��,fpfysomo obt-uui'u reason .',, hue lhat the  .'Redding was kept secret and two Ihul tlie  . pride ih 29 years his junior.  ��� ������; "Weill  first of all, the sicrecy  qf llio  ',Adding was absolutely important. 1 cun  f-po the headlines now  if I lie ceremony  ��� had been public Knowledge: "Domonslra-.  '.tow  Mar  P.M.'h  Wedding",  "lloclss  and  fipUlos Thrown ul P,M,*fi, Wading Cw",  ^Pon'l.tlidiirWi' n mnn-u'nl Unit |hu rW  'jetj^ni'h "Af-oukl hi|Vc!  Jul bmuIi ii niomuiH  ���'"'p{! envonigo gn,without some sort of pro-  jp-j^ Tlm wedding  wns  kept  hoi.toI   not  '"   o?ily' TrfifiiruHu nl'  reporters  but also  ho-  ca't'-fii!  thu  puopj-i of  Canada (.'annul  ho  'Enisled to allow Iho Prime Mi|)lnlcir ihu  ".'Jaiii-i that wu nil lake for grunted,  ,,,.    Mow onto tho.ago of ih�� brhlo, I don'i.  jrpfljly Kiro how any ,pnu can find fault  ���\yj(.|i the luul Unit Trud'!i<ii tool* n young  ;ij"lidu, I munn wouldn't Ynu? Thuro'tt no  need   to  worry,,,' if  Pierre crtn   liandle  "||-B country, |}�� (uin (:orl/lln|y  Irajidlu a  JJ2-y(.<iuvu|d woman I ''.  ��� I  Iningliiu (I)|n cluui'ii up l|iu "luddlii-  f}i|ddlu" iil'l'ulr, A  niiii!  who  Ih nuunifly  *, nlniinlng mi innrrying cap unrlniDly nut  f.PM lioli| runpoiwlblo  '   tiQinpui'  for a /uiiiill  Iohh of  , I Thin wuukuiid, iiiiui' HiIn i'(ihini))' In  , >yrlii(iii, I'hu Twlllidil lli'mli'o will pruminl.,  .wtf riii'li  tii��iiiHi|'|,| -liojro |l ���|M'HII<,rraN|'l||-|'0l'~*  |)r|h in ono iii'dii |n v/liMi Hm I'uiilimiila  '. |)Ju-> (uiiiii hinlly,'|iiii|i|ii|-, I'oWwU Mivuv linn  ll'ul a Ini'i'ii inniiliDi' ol diiiiiuin Ihlh -yunr,  ', JiJ'iilli  Will) a Hiii.'i'iiiifil'nl    Colfuo    |hiniu��  - W'>''i'' younn nuifil��liinH nin 'ionm apd Jiipi.  ..Rpi'hulr iii'oa, mi 'llio uiiiur ,|iiuud,l,tuiH a  (ipiiill c!ii|'|'<!0 JIhiimu, Piii'lod, wluili wim lliu  )flnt llinu ii mi/id ruck ui)(l-ii)l| ilnnci: wiih  ' ph-M-ui'iil |)i!i-u? In Ii |,i(h'iinh(i oi a Inch uf  Sp-HIMH,'" lir'ft   lill'ir llf   Illllil'UMi    llinl    HI)  j?<?w  IhiihIn havii purl'onni'dV  J,oi'n Impi!  fllul Ihu Jlllii'k Hnnkuco/u'url IIiIh Wm.'li-  .oii-iI.Ih JuhI, llio l|rnl In n MUriiuimliiii  uf  P')IuiIii|iiiiiiiiiIh lor llm ynulli uf lliln iiruii,  . Cpiininly ihu mippiirl nl' HUi'h uiiduiiviii'M  i-fin li�� round iH'i'u, why nut Ihu n|)i"i')i��)i'H7  ��      ���      ��  ;    Hiii'iiiiiiiii ni ni-- Twiiinin, ThoMti'u,,,  ft Cu|i|i|i) of wuului ii|-u "Thu Mlkudo" pliiy-  l''U l||l'l��lr��|l   fjllpl^di 'fA|lhol|f!l|--t(li��W��IH  o '"m'iIih'I, , fmiilly l,v|iii��' iiiiliu'liilnlKt'iit  ll  - rcci-ivri| vrry'l|H|�� <-fi��'��Mi)''-K��'��>',l��l id llio  .M i/ffii'ij, Wi'D'hlin'o i��im'<j hitJ'Pi, lwh'i>  nxillnuii   I   iloulil   Hint   W<:   will   ('-<   a  Hi'inru to i.cii i!iiii!iinlniiii!i)l oi lliln iinllbri*  - ��� win on thtrpcnlnsnlnrWlrnt *;n Bhnnrq  - lU%i,iUuy[vui. alwayn mil �� John Wtiyno  or cvun and "f.'iiiiy-on" flick ni|d d-aw  ihn crowilii, I think IIiIm iJiowh nuiiiulhing  i'honi   ihu   Juvul   of   unleilalnnionl   Ihul  , wn jjavu, a��hl')V<-'il.  local newspaper can 'help families as a  general, in keepj/ig in-oojUacl, to every- ^  thing goinFTfmTT find log;: places to. "H-veU  "  eyen" |f unable to participate 'lii-.every-  thing���-and1 learn- where your lax dollars  go, keep up on local, slate and provincial'  government, Also knowledge of the Sports,  Schools, and Churches of your phpico,    '  True, wo have television and radio we  also thoroughly .enjoy;-but still there is  something' missing wo do nol got, for in-  ���ilanco' 11)0 Funnips, read by older people  im wo'l  ��s  children, Crossword  puzzles, ���  Chuckles, hlt-iorlral lads, oven  rc'iipics  and  liipls oii good housekeeping,' 1 am  afraid wp.,would mist- our nowspapers vol'y  iniich If (lioywent op 'intril'u" lor good,  ,'       *      , *       *  ' WHAT My l.niial 1'iip'ir Muiiiih In Mo by  Utin. |��h-i|I. ;    , ���    ��� ��� ���  Tho papoi'H liolp iiii) unjuy illl'o by  reading and' lit>lonliu<, I mud of uvonls  and how Sciiht'li is doiiig and iiIno iuain  things I. nuvur know hol'on.'. H al^n hulpn  line |n Huhool,  Tho nowHpapdi' nh'ould lull jiowh olh-  , t'lrwlj-a what gooil Iri It? and parliuularly  wlial good is 11 |il it..is nol exciting,' This  Ih what 'I liko about llni "'I'liniw i'or lis  .wi'llorH lull, lols of uX(:|l(ii�� iiowh. It. pro-  vldifi" itimhti nill||.lM.'rs ni' viii'Ioiih aurvluu  pliiucH and I|i)h lunlps my 'piirmiiN,  A pnpor ulioiilri' loll i'iuwh 'and'help'  puoplu out a ijlllii, So|i)u oiily.liiiy a pap-  nr i'iir cohiiiiH and iii'dhhwoi'iIh. Tlioy forgo!  ������ all alioiil Ihu iiuwh ronliiDl, li'or Hiomi roll-  iloi'H I would put |i|g UlloH for Uh.'Ii) to  kih! and ninki! Ilicm inioruallni- onough  ,-1��* -��* * ���* n i��*- - --1 h��- i f *v- < �����M' J "f*' I y," --''������-'���������"-���---���-'->���---"���--������"������-,���-��-���������  Thu ThpuM iiIhu Iihh a pngn nl' advu|-��  llmiiuulilH   fi'iini  wlildi  |)i!o|)|u  may  |l|i)i|  pliU'im lo r��'|il nr buy a pol, Tliaiilui In, Thu  TIiix'h riiavn n Invuly golilun don', i(        ^  Where ii lU'WKpujiur -should f-orvrt i|/i  miiiiinniilly in in lulling iiowh no Hint pun-  liu run '/.{ui to ld)nw all lhat In going op  il lli��i lij-ilrji.'l, Thai li.huw J ��ol. lo know  "iiichull jni  woll,...Ju-il..' liivu  oh. (hu, powu  mid wu urn hiiIInJ'IuiI, ' '  * I m\iim my uljaia.'uH aru ono In a million il) thin I'oliipullllou bul 1 Junl waiil-  iiil in mil how I luul abiiiii iho Timon,' I  novel' iiriilnn, l Jiiiii iulil,'nni I am IoIIImh  y'nu my up Ihn goi|il work,, ,   ���"������  ^tjj};--^��ye free'dgpji |o��WFrt!? ^p^^P^^^  rninds: Tips js npr the ci-"e jn njany other  countries. I feel that as lppg a? we have,  our paper people will know our cpuPtry  is still free. '      r'r, ,.���...."'  Also, a Vs'ay to tell if a newspaper is a  success is the number of copies i| sells. I  know I always reach for the Times so it  must be gbod reading. How about yoii?  Sol soften the bad news, play up the good l>  andv|1'-t's' relax and refed our 'paper.  :/'&���..  TWILIGHT THEATRE  GIBSpNS . , ,  STARRING:  |Ju|��r Grovos, Jomos Paly & liod Sponcor,  TMUR5PAY, FRIPAY, SATURDAY,  Marcli 11,12an4 t3 at 8 p,m.  ��.  n i'l> h,t  ��V-t?l?S��*  >*.fc,��jiyut^*i*^^>ii������.vu^---^***^^^v^/^+^^  ur  OW0L  amei  nc#j  ,���������   ^ ��<     ���'*: -:-  FREE UNDERPAD  ^iu/^24, ����W"I�� fat woll to wall pf any nationally ad-  vcrtitcd carpet and wo will install A' thick undcrpqd  FREE OF CHARGE. Our full guaranteed    ��  jn*tallatjon prico ot ,.  , pcr\$q.  This includes rrictal door trim.  rt'W  o  Auoiliur auliuiliiiiluiMiy MrC- llli<-inuno,  fiui'lu'll���My ii��iW'Pril��"rlTioMUii a illinn'Mi   r��|iiiX..n'fii)i-.iiiy���iliiUy��..wnr-i'i''��i.-����u<l...r,liiii'Ott-��.  .und Und mil  wlial  In going, oj'i in liu>  , AmiiiIiI iirniunl inn, Wn aru all uwaro Dud  ���i)ii'i'�� aru '(�����i'ilif|iiiilu!H'and iiyirduiN i.'U1,  going on In Urn world \wi i<",i)nwiipiip��r  Ihal iniilHlhi on flllifii' lln fi'unt |ingu with  ~ detailed - oprmrnlfl of rill~\f)tr trad thlnf?"-"  ..���, will aoon find lhat i-wiplM will gul. loo din-  lllui.loi)oil in i'o any !'urlh<T, <  fi.'l lulnly wu nui'd |u know about  woiJd Iiiip|)uiiiugt>, j'oud niid bud, bul. I  llflpk  l||u liniil  pago nhoiild  ho plainly  STARRING  ,    !>i(icuy Kcqeli nivi''^oilorin Hill.  R-:5TR|CTtP TO PERSONS 18 OR PY��R  tJiilou  Ar.��Qir*pinlcd  Hy /k  Paroiri  0��-  _..., , ^.f\ctpon%IKilq .Adult .K.. ��� ���!..,  |I,C, Ccruor Wnrnlnn! 'Some ������weoilno nml  rwiza lonfiirfJQo.  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"-.: '' ��� ��� ��� ^ < - v..... * ��� ;?*.,."���.-> ;W v ��� *. * -.��,-A : *. ���������. fv--,���>.��� ^>  i-.<  B-2  The Peninsula tlif-es    9  Wednesday, March 10,1971  >AtwMMvw��w��rMMVHWi��'|'<*W��'*-��**WI*��"^^  I  TltiB PumNSULA^I^  / inny be wrong, but I shall not be so wane <�� to Jail to say what I believe fo b$ rt$ht,  ^ "i    i. ���John A-un.  John Atkins  Douqi as Q.W--FW ���"��,,##/<*  ' '                      '        ���  FOR a considerable period of time we considered that three individuals were  have cdntinued to \varn-of the spiral- in a position to virtually run the Board,  ling cost to the taxpayers ol a Regional It is certainly no credit tQ other members  'District and sufficient be it to say "the that they were prepared to sit back and  chickens  are   finally  coming home  to '*so move",  roost."                    ' Each and every director is elected by  Prior to the last flection we sug- the people and when he us prepared to  gested changes on the Board were well accept nomination he should also be pre-  overdne and this was brought about any- pared to stand up and be counted. Any  way due to the fact .that some of those  'who faced re-election declined to stand.  In the case of another director it was a  case" of acclamation.  Recent events have made abundantly  dear the tact that where changes have  been made an entirely new attitude is.  entering the scene and is one to be  heartily commended, At the same time,  ,it must also be very clear, the situation  still-leaves a greal deal to be desired. This  will undoubtedly be remedied at the next  elect-ion,       ^  perhapsrjjr-Satest credit goes to the  voters of the Roberts Creek area who  chose well and wisely by electing Harry  Almond as their representative for at long  last we have a director who, apart from  disapproving much ot what transpires  and has transpired, has the fortitude to  stand up and say so.  k Jjndjed, it might be said, to some of  the, old guard a chill wind of change is  about to alter the direction of former  tjtiestionable attitudes. At this time, there  is a preponderance.of directors who are  able to think for themselves but until now  ��� have failed to speak out and say so. With  an able spokesman such as Harry Almond  it is to be trusted the previous abominable  practice-of wn6t rooking' the boat" will  .terminate.      , ^  person with principle in public oft ice  should fearlessly" stand up for his principles, otherwise he is worthless  Public relations of the Boaid aie at  an extremely low ebb at this time, particularly m light ot its recently imposed  excessive land tax upon water users Its  zoning regulations leave a great deal to  be desired and have, in tact, been strongly  ciiticized by a representative of the Highways Department  On top of all .that, past chairman of  the Board and the Planning Committee  was Mr. Clilf Gilker of Roberts Creek  who-��lected not to-seek re-election at last  election. This commjttee, which played  a major part in piesenting Zoning and its  poorly designed regulations, would, hardly  qualify for an award of credit, yet, elected  to that committee as a member at large,  by Chair-man Tyner, is Mr. Gilker. At  last meeting it was moved by Director  West and approved, after some wrangling,  that he be paid the sum of ten dollars a  meeting. The sum was considered trivial  but reasons were questioned by various  Board members.  From the very predominant hostility  by a large number of taxpayers at the  last Board meeting, it is very clear far  greater control by Victoria is required.  Appreciation  Editor, The Times,  Sir: On behalf of the ladies who were  privileged to take part in the planning  of the World Day of Pi'ayer Service this ���  year, I wish to thank you for the excellent publicity you so generously, gave,  Mrs. EDNA MARSHALL.   Gibsons,   B.C.  Two weeks ago we drew attention une man Presem was near0 to SW "sua" ���������        ���  to the faqt that an Executive Committee de/Uy ^e had eiSht wise men and look "Price ol freedom  comprising three people, Chairman Jim wTl  "aPPPned".  He was,   of  course,    Editor ^e TimeSi  Tyner, Directors West and Wolverton, C!U'te "S"1,  Ie seems incredible that a        sir: In view of the recent rumor that  meet and decide policies which are hor^ smal* "S*&UP**is in a position to build a    there wastabe^a Federal election October  mally presented to  the Board with, a ma.ssive empire and expend public funds,  jolr back* in the. cafe business ip q few*  weeks but 1 do not think the situation  is right. I speak not only for.myself but  for many others in a similar rJosition.  Just how are we to improve ourselves  by getting experience if we are to be  refused a chance? They certainly complain about people being on social assistance. As far as I am concerned they can  =eamftl?Hn, '������ ���. ��      ..-���=  -government, ' ' * ���    "  ":   Not-withstanding  the' hiring  of Alex  - Randi by Gerard Pelletipr withput a security check, and despite the faot that  Bandi Was turned down tiy the B.C.  Communist party- for being too .Radical,  Aye no-jr learn that the same dej^rtrnent  has given $50,000'in January and Ffspruary  to lhe radical former City of Vancouver  project.  This summer in British Columbia will  prove to be a disaster of dissent, confrontation, lake-overs, pot parties, nude-  ins and  other mayhem,  compliments  of  'x tlie"'Federal Governrneht, and its $^  lion program to bus students across the  eminent���but'a gift Of C?a& that it does  pot mean freedom tvorn responsibility but   A  the freedom to stand as a man. account-  '  able for his aeUons.  It does ncdjnean the freedom to push  othei people aioirnd oi lo elect public  officials io do the pushing for us! Freedom is not an absti��et-or em ideal, but  a human right which must operate from  the pienn&e of doing what wo-o\-gh> to  do because wo want to do il, not because  wo aie ordered 1o do M  Tho li-'f man leeognr/es. that his'lipr*-  "doms aie restucted by hii> own-natuio,  temperament, intelligence, abilities and  inclinations; that his fi eg, wi IF permits  him to wallow in the gutteT or to ieach  foi the btait, That while justice demands  that we yield a measuie.oX oui freedom  to the State when it can, better maintain  lhe good older ot -.ooiety, it cannot be  bought at the expense ot any man's tice-  dom���by government equalisation, government plulanthiopy or government io-  distuhution "  ��� Fieedom means the ught to worship as  we please, to vote as wo please, .to dissent and lo dissent against the disscnteis  Ii means non-violent Ireedom ot assem-- [  bly, lieedom to tiavel at home und j  abiodd, to own piopeitv and dispose^ nl  il as we choose, jo woik to the e\lent o'l  oui own ability, do.sue and capability loi  commonsvudte lewaids, to baigain toi  goodb and seivices in a fiee market and  to "build a bettei mousetiap" without  aibiloiy government ���inteifeience and limitation ot oui   lesouicefulness  Freedom means the right to handle  oui own earnings and tools, to select oui  own fi lends, paitneis and associates, to  dnect the education ol oui own children  and the medication of oui own bodies  Fieedom springs from the soil ol elei-  nal-and unclwngmg tiuths whicl" aie nnt  subiect lo human piagmatism Unfortunately, when man becomes apathetic oi in-  ditieient to lus heutagu of fieedom, his  enemies mn\e in quickly with the shackles  of slavery.  Today, we stand at Hie crossroads of  courage and confidence, cowardice and  captivity. One can only wonder which  way we will choose.  PATRICIA YQU.NG  the Rhyming Philosopher  Hurry W. 'Fletcher  ,     RENASCENCE  A secret'place have I in cloistered lr,ees  Where I may he alone and hid  from  view,  And far enough away from noise and plens  =Qf=^n4htymi Ttf^HTrecyTit-rrlfif^tfiTtf  I plan on writing to Rehabilitation  Minister Hon, Phil Gaglardi regarding this  incident and* should I get a reply, hope  you will publish it also.  t   ���-^������~-��" ' FRUSTRATED  18th,- it will be interesting  to see what.  motion that the "report be  accepted",    j^rjtj^  country ".and- supplying rrreiT*~witti free  communes in our armouries.  "Keep up the good work for- while  Neros fiddle tl\ere will always be the  Caesars and Brutus' who speak out against  evil and corruption. God"\yilli'ng" the public will also one day see the light,  ALEX DOUGLAS, Vancouver  invariably, like sheep, directors have so  moved with little or no discussion or  consideration of various aspects of the  report. This also applied to other reports of which, in most cases either  Wolverton or West were Chairmen of the  key committees involved,  in whatever way they consider fitT  Despite the view of many that we can  do without a Regional Board, we strongly  suspect it is here to stay. We can only  rely on members *as Director Almond and  other responsible , members to support  him in his Sincere desire to use taxpayers  This was-a sorty situation whenfo fo? .hard earned capital wisely.  '-   'fl; v   s,; ft-..  THERE was a riot and a man was killed  in tlie streets im Montreal in 1969  --���-���Avheri-the-VoliceT-we^  doners lived in the stench of thetryown  refuseJast year when: the garbage col-.  ,J1,.,lT"CtMs,��.'itruck,  ���A stride involving essential services,  such as those provided by doejors,jipjpi^  "HIl "wM'ers7~poTice ond fireman, dock  ()    workers, transportation workers, teachers  and  postal employees,  pose  a serious  threat to the health and welfare ns well  and on the other, government exercises  the   right   to   intervene   and   legislate  workers back to their jobs, Neither course  complements the process of collective  bargaining.  Usually, only twp courses seem open:  compulsory arbitral ion and llie.-.-jigJUTrta.-,  strike, But a thifd alternative may be to"  study the possibility.of introducing in our  society    that   which    is   common    in  European Industry���the practise of lias the economy of a society, Each time    duafrlal democracy. This simply calls for  such a strike occurs tho same.question is    participation in decision-making by both    Job Huntind   piiHod: Should people In essential service    management and organized labour. Editor- The Times  Trudeau. At" the last election we were  sold an untried new-comer who promised  us "nothing". This "nothing" has added  up "to the legalized 'homosexuality, the  breakdown of abortion and divorce laws,  a Benson White Paper that proposes tak7  ing from the halves to "equalize" them  With the have pots. Any up-coming election will, certainly be fought dyer the  Ooverhment^ ;encroachment upon 'Pro-*''''  vinclal and Municipal jurisdiction, ove'i-  continued unemployment said to be need->  ed to fight inflation; over a wide op^n ini7  migration policy that has permitted a  stream of Marxists and radicals to come  to our-universities to preach the overthrow of the Government. To be sure we  need an overthrow of the Government but  through the democratic process. Let us  h$pe that Canadians Will examine the  record instead of swallowing the promises. As a well-known Vancouver writer  ihas^aid.-=^2reedorn^is--not^f.r43o.p.it--isJ^ot-~��--  a gift, of government but a gift of God,"  If Cannd,a is to survive, the next Federal election will bo the most important  one In our. history,  .'' (lyii-H.) SUE SUTHERLAND  Editor, The Times,  Sir: A friend sent me your editorial  "Under Nero's Shadow" (Peninsula Times  February  10th.)  Prime Minister Trudeau, continues to  fuddle-duddle while the public burns and  while even Liberal members are in revolt  within the party caucuses! and conventions.  MrV'Trudeau's;"let4hem'eat coke" attitude -toward-: the problem,' Q? 'unemployment is trie cynical responsibility"of a  London School of Economics product  which believes in the paternalism of big  Crossroads  Editor, The Tjmes,  Sir: While citizens reel beneath the  continuing assault of internally,praypked  conflict, we are also intimidated by the  very establishmeTvrtm%proclaims freedom  and democracy whUe moving' closer and  closer tp the Big Brother bvu"ea,ucracy  of' sociatfsnv ���'-"���-'-       \ .  Jfo\y did it happen? Largely .because  we forgot that freedom i" hot free��� that  the cost is eternal vigilance. We haye forgotten that freedom is not a gjft of gov-  Or, if I  hiive hut moments to retire  From small  unanswered questions,  just  to muse,  I find my self by gazing in the fire  Or out a darkened window, as I choose.  ���Fa-he���tilone���is���not���to���be-apart-  From loved ones, but to search my need to be;  To realize togetherness in hearr      T^  Arid so aware, of living's ecstasy. '.���>  Alone, hiii no ajonc hry mind explores  My loves and angers, wishes and portent  As rains of reason washes and restores  The sagging soul wjth sweet replenishment, ,  To snatch ''a needed' holiday j  sejze  An hour, or but' a. riviniite's blest rele��se  To halanpc my defers and victories,  And  reconcile togetherness  wilh  peace:  have the right to strike'/  More important-, however, la,the compelling argument that the right to strike is  a measure of freedom in society, An  employee '-mist retain the right to withhold his services from tin employer without being ||--hi0 to prosecution unless he  Everyone seems to agree that improvements are needed in the collective  bargaining process. It is loo cumbersome  and taken far too long ll!"'.go through all  tho procedures, But changes In the system require heller relations between employer and employee, belter representii-  .        .". �� '" '���; ��....,. .Mi-wiv- ���>��    piuycr ami employee, belter representn-  mpiovcd  iwo-wny communication  he  Thnl Ih the ideiil," Tho reality, how-  r, In a different ntnttor. On ono .hand -,�������� ���������, ,I1H, upper iovuin,  Illegal or wlklcfit' mrikew happen prion, wortls-lndi.Mrliil iknummy,  Busybodies at work  Who said:ii?;We&db'ir  RTOIIV   In   ihn  ailiHoriH   pupor  lnm  wool--. |H   hondllni'd   "Beoholl'H ' Pr-piir  Now  U.H. Ownod", and goon on lo do-  Ini'luditii  clnrn thai Hu�� ,1'onlnHiiln T|r��o�� (Hooholl)  phiH tlio, I'owoll Itlvnr Nnwii and Tlm  T����wii.OW��lr huvo Ixmii nmld i,. -,'-,��  [���'���,.,  ,,.���,;...J'h<t���.,,ClIbnniIil��� Coniit��,Nowh ������ .doohirun|��-,  A-r^n roHiill of llih hii|�� in Amnrlciin In-  lorcfilM llin Coliiil. .Nowh. (ailwoiiH) In-now'  Iho only Ciiriiidliuwiwnod  wonltly  iiowh-  ''P��P��r'on H-o-HiinNhlno Cnrtfll,"  '. I-ubllHhnr AlAlnfliird of Tho PR Nowh" '  nud Tlm Town (Mm' donlod llm1 t\U\\y,  "Anyonmwho Ih llm Uianl bll rnmlllnr wiih  tlm Ciinuillni) inililUlilrin nctum inunt  loiriwlliiil Ciuindliiu inrbllvatlouii crmnot  In- ownod hy foiMl/niDrH, which  - Amr-i'lraim nnd nrltlnlmrw,"  , "Tlmrn Iium liooii a i'liiiin(i< In owiU'i'  ulilp ol' norno of Hm hIiuioh tit llio nnwn  The Ptimmuhk^tneb  ^.^^.Publliih0<I.M^Mlnoii]'iyii.'MflMli��U^,l��w.  on Jl,Ci'�� {liinnlilno Count  by  .Scchcli Pcnlnsiiln Timer I. M,     *  Uox)|Q.��,Scclitlt,JI,C,  PoiiHhi, CI, Wheeler, Ittlltor and PMblkher  , .frrtrtcrtpflffri Rfttci? (Iff nflywcejr  f Y#Wr $S:�� a Y��or��, %9 -ajVc��r��, $13  U,H, *nd Porclno, $5,50  Iwlnt the erta from Part Mellon to Rgmtirtt  (llawt Sound to Urvl* fnlet)  impnrii Involvod," AlN'innl luldnd. "How-'  oviir, no oho lum conUicind my comiiiiny  fotv.lni'ormiillon about llio oliiuu{<>, and  publication nf ��uul�� n Ntoi',y undor miuli m  hoiidllno mix only |m ulmimxl a mnllolouii  and uulnl'ormud.!'  --���^'���TliA^Hlilini'flljiu-i^ln  ni'H In purl, of,a loim-i'imiio plnn to niwurn  llml. lIuTHoi'vlea which tlumo thrrm lino  nowHpupei'ti, (Tho Nowh, Tho Town -Crlup,  nnd Tho Po'nlnmili* Tlrno/i) Imvn bimn kIv- ,  in-] Ih'oh' reji|-uuilvo nommuiiltUm citn vmv'  .llliini, and oxpiuid, A Caiuidlun innnp ol'  InviiHloi-H, htiiidiKl hy Dr, Tlno MIIiuiim i-r  WhmlpoK,��� Hhiirnn our "fnlth'ln tlio ntluro '  fit Uw HunslilnH Coosi and I am 'happy"  lo huvo llmlr fliiiiiii'l/.l  mul niorul mip-  purl in lint problolnn- which fiw-n im,  "I iu)i"mi��hnidni; i!lnii?tor nud chlnf  oxociillv't ol'flimr for llm now Oiiundliui  oompnnyi un well an nn Important ulinrc,  holdoi," Alnitiurl iioiitlnund, "and Douu,  Whonlon coullniioH i\h publliilmr ��| HdiiIimII,  Why l^ho fiibiiorm pnpor would puhllnh  miMi im trrronwiuii nnd iiilMlondlnm nluto-  -iTi��nl wllboiit r-lifrltln/rwith theprlnolpalr  In pu/./.lInu, I vaii only coiii'ludo ihm. ihuy  lll���� ih�� r��/!ul��r hftfidllnft thoy nln, \lhlch  i-rindH OOPSI flOItUY and' ��odh on io  correct mt111 niiothcir mtstuko they' have  n Hi do,",,  A I'lu'i Iti tWInud hu n coui'flo of priifsn.  duro r^unnlnKly doHlflnrlri for tho inulunl  ��toppi"H�� of ttpoach nl ii nmiriciil.' wluni  wordfi (��ro liiipitrfluoufi, *  Bin Ah n young woman In Sechelt  seeking employment I would like lo  make known, my ex per io neon while recently job'hunl Inn/,  I hnvo worked'In'reatanrnntfl oh and  off for tiro punt twoh'u yearn, from New  BrunNWl'.'k to Vancouver Inland, Including  two poHillons liuro, whom I run well-  known I" many pooplti, I am niiiHldorod  fairly good looking, have i�� good figuro  and 'koup myHolf nnd homo vory cloiui,  Fiirlhor 1 ni'n coiiHldornd un IioiichI purnon,  ���( ,1 am Hopuriitod from my hunl-nnd, linvn  two'ohlldron in hcIiooI and,, of courno, am  on Hntiifil, iihhIhIiiiico,  TlmrrfwaH ono ntorn In pnrllcular that  1 had hoped would provtdu 'me with u  job In Iho i-nmmiinlly, hul following an  Inlnrvlow It wan ��ilv��m to a miurlud  womnn with on (lupondontH nnd who hint  n htiHhiuul In 'full omplnymitnt, TIiIh in  an olrUi)' pormin, who I fool did not nood'  tho Job nn hndly mi 1 do, My mannim  for wanllng llm job wWo mado known'  and iiIho (ho tad Hint Imn pmnontly ;  oil mmlul <ihhIhIiuk:o,  I fool tlm, main rnnHon why 1 wan not  M.Ulv��n^.tlta.Jol).><ytroi!)mbeonii-iO'<>~l-��hn(l''>n(jt  hud pi'qvliiu-i oHpojIonco In n ittoro, HoW-  ��v��r, hiivlnu wbr.kad with thu. publlu  for ho loiur, I tun mirn llmm yvnuld huvo  boon no problem,  I     I do iinvo un opportunity to Inlto n  K  SSSS  Ee^^3j^*^S  K  I'ifefeigS  ���j^fifjpjjiMMiiaiiM  1^1 ^ fl  ?T"-fV '-'���    ���/t  BOO&iSTORE  a"' '   0*\ 1 * '  A Good Selection of  Popular COOKBOOKS*  Sechelr 805-96S4  BROUGHT TO YOU By THESE  PROGRESSIVE PUCES OP BUSINESS  THIS IS A $5.00 SPOT!  (l-oss whan on contract)  Your qdvorilslna In, thin  Bpaco ' will roqeh nearly  2,S00 home-- (over, 9,000  poople) aqch week, Ij'u tho  mo-i|   economical   way   to  -^-roQch-'-mPro-Swnfb'ho-Coqat-r  piioplo becauae Times ads ' ���  Od Into more homos than  any other nowspejper 'pro-  .  duced Jn thl* area.  Phono 005.9631  MUSHROOMS ARE FUN FOR COOK'S ON THE RUN!  We're'all busy, busy, oh the run* to arid from���with Just ahout no  tlme^qt all to cook q proper meal, That's why this reclpo Is |usr right,  because It takes that, n�� time at all lo cook, Servo Chicken Myers and  AAushrooma on rice wilh your favorite quick cooking frozen,vegetable,  and yau dp have a proper meal I .  '.' ,����� '  i ���      i  CHICKED MVERS AND MUSHROOMS  .. .'' ���    (-   ���       " '    '  A otrlpa bacon ^  < , ������ ,  V2 pounfl mushroomB, allcod  Vj pound phkken diver*/ cut In-half  1 teaspoon salt  1 /fl teaspoon pepper '  Peninsula Plumbing  HEATINQ & SUPPLIES  Your Kemtone  Sherwin Williams  Paint Deafer  Phono! QB6-9533  Gihsons, B,G.  dash mar|(>ram  Vj cup llfjhl cream  2 teaspoons flour  Hot hull "rod rice  1  In o skillet, fry bacon until crisp, Drain on- papejr and crumble;  not; aside, Pour off fat and return one tab|o spoon to pan, Adrl mitslv  ioorri't and chl^k��nJlY0r?i,-5prlnMe with sail, pepper and marjoram. Cook,  over'modlum heat 3.to 4 mlnutoi- until livers are tender and cooked  throughi Stir together cream and. flour; until smooth, fllend 'gradi-ally  with rriuihVoom-t and llYora, Cook, stirring confltanfly, until* sqmco |s ,  smooth ond slightly thickened, Sflr l'n boenn bits, Serve ovortlcifbatterod  rice, 3 uorvlnos; ^      (  Where  Fashion Is a byword  Smart Shpppers tore  found at V . ,,'  HELEEsars  FASHION SHOP^E  Glbjoni, D,C. - Ph, 006-9941  naiWitiflmi w>w .ii  -...    TODD'S  DRYGOOUS  CHILDREN'S a, INFANTS'  .WEAR. ".-���;.'."  ��� (LADIES' SPORTS WEAR  Phono 006-9994  SunnycroM Shopping Centre  wniHrBTiianariaa  SAVE MONEY  AT YOUR POPUtAR   "  LUMBER AND BUILDING  SUPPLIES     \  SerylPQ The Sunshine CooBt  GULF BUIELD1NG  SUPPLIES  V 0  .���**-����.  '��   * 4-*- *   ' *.-    '  ���    \>    '������1     -i*i:   --"*���"--'  ,V> v����v  ***  ������J   .  Safe Motoring  ������BREAKING-iV'Yf new automobile tire?  is ftb important to ^ duver as the  bredkmg-io of a baseball glove to �� player,.  t|ro B C  Automobile Association says  ,Tire c0mp.pn4n.ts need time to become  adjusted 1^ (he autoanobile and to the  poitoimaiu-p oi oihci hi us oi\ lhe vehicle,  Tire BCAA leeon-nrciulb as a safety  inoAhuie that dnvois who install new toes'  should hold to modci aU�� speeds-no  moie than (>'' miles pei hum lor the first  two 01 three days ot diivuiij .Uloi. installation ! '  All tires on a vehicle must I unction  together as a load contact 'team," each  compensattuK foi mvwII irroguUiUes in  the othei s' pei h�� ma nee This balance is  not attained until the new Ine has had  ���a'dequale time to adjust to the conditions  (SI  lhe "pailneislup "  Spare trios also need a peuod-of adjustment When the spate is installed, it  should be given about 50 miles of slower  driviruj to help accustom i| io the aulo-  "mohile and the tne team  In loulnu" tue iaie, the most important  consuleiation is inaintamintj adequate m-  llalton piessiue Proper rnllation levels  insme iiQtvssaiv ti action and biaUmg  capacity, coneit ste-eimy and smooth  coinenny and- o\lcnd Ihe hie ol the  lue        t - %  Undei inflation afleds both duving  ease and salc'ty, and quukly 1 educes Ine  lite  lte-jardless of fiequojuy of use, tnes  should be checked loi lequired rnllation  levels loutinely���eveiy thiee weeks 01  so 'Pressure should be measured when  the lues aie "cool"--beloie a long drive  ���since the heat genoidtpd by aaad 1.011-  lact incieases the piessiue and piodttces  a "false" leading  Isabel writes...  ���from the Legislature, Victoria  IF AFL the woild waie a stage, Buhsh  Columbia would   be one of  its  most  diamalic sets   Tom ism is lhe piovince's  thud laigesl industry because ol that  setting, and I must  add because ol the  fnendly    folk  who  live within the provincial border.  Hovvevei, this posi-  -H��-=m=etiT-e**t"ti*ittty-  was nol done by  chance toi tounsm  4s the most competitive business 111  the world Eveiy  country, every  state, piovince and K-j&^fi*  .city, and every   ^wV"��  -node of tianspoita- f^^SSs*  '   0% r ���"     \ r  'vA.  Wednesjqy, Ma*rch 10, 1?7l   .    The Pewjnsula Titles  Page B?3  ThisWdd In &C 100 Years Ago  Around Gibsons  tion zeros in on ^_  this most luciative market. A*piodigious  amount of work by the department ot  tiavel industry is involved in 'promotions, adveiUsing campaigns, trade shows,  an avalanche of inquiries, louust counsellor courses, production of films, the  production of photographs, inspection of  tourist accommodation, the festival of  sports. , ���>  Influential travel writers, travel magazines and travel promoters recognize  British Columbia to be one of the most  progiessive in the industry Approximately 110 pei cent of our United ptates visi-  tois come liom the Pacific Coast aiea.  Bntish Columbia was the fust piovince  pi Canada to stall the emphasis on bpimg  --fall--winter off-season promotional ad-  veitlsinii  The estimated louiist levenue for  1(170-1071 is $473,1)00,000 The conli ihutniy  Ijianl.s plan for the ei(.'hl torn 1st regions  Wuh .1>27fi,0l)0 This i'uinl is availalde on  u litl/4,0 bus|s lor t|ie |iroductio|i of |C|-ioi-ii|  liloialuK', appioycd oxleipal arjveitising  i|iid cerium promolions ll is rnti'iestmg  |o note that Hie fnsl annual BC, Festival  ql f-poitB, IVJ'iy Hi lo ,liinu 1, 1070, involved ,')il'll),t)00 iilhleloh computing In .s|Jv-  ty-l'our nimmuiiltU'H, plus iiwilvunu-iii of  forly-hcvon sporis govoi'nlng bodies wli|i)||  qrgaiii/ed Ml tniirnumenlii and ovirnls,  One world recoiil wiih usl|ib||sl|i!ii and  sovonil iiiitinnnl und provfoiiitil rocords  woro brolien, l''iinrln lor Iho losllvul wei'"  obluined Irom.llu: Inleicsi of llm "r>10 Inil-  liou Hrillsli (.'olninhiii I'hyhicul and hl-  i)i',s,s and Ainiitour Hporls Fund, which  lit a periuiiiiul  I'iiixI  Tlm pilnclpiil ol IIiIh IiiiiiI In now  l|ivns|i'i| lu mi'IiooIs and hohpllalo Tho  ijulcs ol Iho 1071 liVniivul ui iSpnils inn  IVIay yo liiy.l.iiiiii 1(.CominunllH'M wl^lilni!  to iini'lli'liiuln In llihi yeiu'h Ic.lli'iil ii||iiiild  hi)I up a coniinilli'ii ciiuli man iippnlnliiil by'  l)ic muyor or chinl miiiili'linil olllrciH  llinl shoiilil include icprct,ii|ilul|o|i Iroijl  Chamlioi'ii ol (-iiiimn'ii'iiii i-iinrnullon pur-  iioillinl, iipnilh liuulci'H and oilier iiilni'iuilcil  cllUiiini uuil iii'imnkfillonii, 'I'lm miIhiiIiu  ifloii iilioiilil Im ihIiIi'i'hmciI In: II,(' |i'inillyiil  Of Hpoihi, c/ii H,(", HpoilM li'iiilnrulloii!  IUllll Wiml lii'iiiulwny, Vun, I), IK!,  ���-by Marion Charman  PEOPLE in this aiea have an especial  mteies^ in Canada's Inst lady  Her-late paternal grandparents" Inland Mis Sinclair Si had a cottage at  Gowei -Point and hei father James Sin-  clan-diirmg his youth_spenL l^olrdayi, at  Gower Point The summer home is now  owned by the Sinclair's daughter IVfis  Goard whose husband was -prmeipal at  Vancouver Tech Members oi the Sinclair  iamily still come to the Sunshine Coast  on vacations  The maternal giandmothei of Mrs  Pieue Elliott Trudeau is Mis J} E "Bem-  aid of Beach Ave, Roberts Cicek  WORLD   DAY   OF  PRAYER  Fiiday alteinoon when the V/oildDay  of Piayei Seivice was held al the United  Chinch, Mis A Boyes, president of the  UCW, welcomed the eighty oi so ladies  who attended Mis Fieer played the  oigan, vocal soloist was Mrs T Ellwood,  apd ladies fiom the chinches al Gibsons  and Pott Mellon took pait in the piogram.  The address was given by Mis G Owen  ===^tty=4t^lrcH^t-l^+TetMrh^  schools weie closed Maith 5th many  mothers were unable to attend the Wqi Id  Day  of Prajer ^  HERE AND THERE '  Visiting Mis L FlumeTfelt at Rob-  eits Cieek was her sislei whose husband  tiayels all over the USA and to many  ���Qthei--pai-ts-OlLllie_u'mld_ari_his_��apac]iy_as_  inspectoi lot a laige stiuctuial steel company. They have been in California for 5  oi (5 months Mis Flumeifelt went to  Vancouver to see her sister again befoie  the  lattei's depaiture  south  Mr and Mrs Cliff Beeman spent se-  veial days in the CasAlegar area where  they visited their son-in-Jaw and daughter (Dranna) Const, and ,,Mls. Brpce  ���\Va|tes>     ������    i     <i'rrr<   1   )-)#i     T'j-1  Linda Biggeman celebrated \ier 11th  bjrthday on Sati udny, Februr-ry 27th.  Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Bjomgren (nee  Donna Bjovnson) celeprate theM wedding  anniversary lodrry, March 10th.  Mi's. N Berdahl and Pierre were  guests of Walter and Jolli perrpn and  family in Vancouver for a few days  lecenlly,  Congrfilillations to Mis, Thor Ahdei-  son and Mrfa   D. Johnson op a very interesting display of then paintings shown'  al the Ait Galleiy shop in Sechelt  Huv and Mrs Wultei S Ackroyd welcomed at Pepdpi ' llaibour Tubeinacle  When Mrs B J, Wl&ken was Ihe guest  speakoi, Inking a-s ll^l theme The Family, and Uhing I lie liiple loi Ihree helpful  illuslmltoiivs nf fapnily-^l'ilo  Mr and Mr'-i Bon I O, lliu ding had  ii trip lo Queunol via tin) PGK. They speql  ii very p]ei|S-i|it week with Iheir son,  i|iiiii,'liin'-in-lHw und a grandchildren. It  was their fli'Ht, vlsii |o Quesnel, Ihey did  not mInd iho c|C"up siiinv or the pelow yam  lempiiriiliiriih, Tlm return journey was  miido by bus '  Chiirllo Helno of Gnwer I'olnl Road  who pushi'd a^viiy liiiil moirilli was woll-  liiinwn by llu'i' ulil1 lliuorn lioic His piioplo  hud a dairy luim I'm nuiny years wluno  Hin iihiii'iiiucy and mi'dlcnl clinic are now  liiculcd, dun lie wim a Hliiimri'iigliii'iir, ho  wan with Ariiiw Ti'iuislni lor.Hiii'iio iluii!,  Op iiilu lhe |'hhi wi'iik In ^m'cli wn  lire hi III liiivlnit unniiuiil wiuilhur for Vliii  limn of yeni' wilh "hiiiiihhuiii'M di|t|dni(  lliclr way Ihi'oniih imow out Iq Iho mull  , box und llic inure viijiiiircsomo I'klililinii  llm I'limlly voliinln down u lonft drlvn-  wuy In iiiiikn II lo Iho hiiiliwuy,  Stringing ^long  A length of siring led to 9 long c\\&\\\ know but lo find put apd ap educated  of events at tbe Sephelt Elementary person is one who sees a question  School Teachers, Convention held on when none is apparent," saj(| GJlles-  Friday, when Professpr C. Qillespie |)ie who expvessed concerp over his  ol VBC Education ElepartiTtent Pie- opinion th��t j-oienpe is dping jts damp-  .sejitetl thought provoking challenge est with people's minds, and no holds  regarding the teaching-qf;-elementary barred'  school  sqiepce   ''(Science' is .not to  lions Sponsors* ,~~  General coueem apparent  , Jollpwing di��g abuse film.  QPINION$ expressed after last Friday's  pieseptiition of frlnrs by (he Alco}i(d  aiifl p'lpg. Education Council indieale that  paients are seekjng moie infpimatipn qn  how to detect il cluldien aie experimenting with dings  Theie is also concern on the pait of  paients whose children aie about to en-  lei high school wheie it is felt they will  be exposed to piessuies not encountered  at the elementaly level Many paients  JeaLAtutLJiiRy-. tbemse'ycfi^-are.-nftMaiayfa  ledgeable enough to deal w'th problems  that might ause and thclt perhaps the  tilms piesenled weie not adequate det-  teiients to students  Beioie piesentmg two films at Sechelt Elementaly School on Friday ^evening,  Mi Bill Wilson who is education dnecloi  of the newly fawned AJcohql and Qrug  -Edueation-Gouncil-wai'iied-the���moie-thcm-  one hundred people m attendance, that  he" was not theie to council peopile with  drug problems The educational program  is designed to acquaint people, with the  eftect oh chemicals and does not condemn  01  condone the use of drugs ���,.  MISUNDERSTANDING  ���   , Mi. Wilson said there is no such Wiiog  AS a soft drug, "just soft people wh6"ex-  perimcnt with them.   The physical harm-  lessness of marijuana make it more dangerous m ptjrer ways; the problem is usually with the person who uses marijuana a|. a time when personality has not  yel developed and tire very 'use 'of it can  alter the npimal development of a youngster's personality. "    >  '   VPi'y  fW people  know why marim-,  Ma was pip'-rpiled in the first pjade. It'  is classified'as a narcotic because it is \\S-  ed   to develop  an  attitude  amenable   lo  Ihe   leceplion  nl   narcblics    Mr,   W1U011  desciihed ���ni.iniiian>   as   a   poital   drug  which pas an Insidmus effect on tho mind  and il would not bo ppsihle to liberalize  lhe use o| maiijuanii'Atld coptiol lhe use  of other drugs,        >  RESPONSIBILITY ���  Cominenling 011 apathy in a commun-  ily, Mr. Wi'spn ����UI Unit II 'has been proved lhat when (i community shows deep  concern over rlni'-.s, pushers will lend to  bypass llio area,  The law wns uevnr intended In ci|i'o  a MH'Jiil pi'obleni nivd 11 is up lo Miciely  und llm comiuiiiiily lu find u sohilion,  Youn/t pi!ii|''ii hulwen Iho anes o| ii  and I'll urn fiiclng iho mosl I'rii.slrtdliij'  purl of Illn which Is purt|nuliir|y illffiuiill.  loduy, und Ihu unlni'liiuiiln llilnu is Ihul  "dnii-s huvo 'nmul iiiipoftl,"To" ihosSiVlnr  , whomiHicy, U|,i) numl  diulisornus.   '",   '*'  'VHlWrs1"'        ' .      ' 'v   ;  /  ^Tlni iiwijorlly of prtopln ii|loii(||na l|io  him shpw at Sechell were either clvild-  ien in ejemputaiy school or paients, with  1 oughly hall a do/en teenagers present  The film. "Di'lgs apd the Nervous  System" illustiated the piopei use ot  diugs during sicknes when an actual patient was shown and a diagramatic diluvial ion of the effect of diug abusp on the  nervous system In this film the reference  tp glue smfling concerned moie than one|  Rarent who felt it might aiouse cuuos-  =4ty=4^J^ej^Jaa4i=^fa=^s-^i-jd^4^a4-enl-i=   ADAPTED fpr th? British Qolumbla Centennial "(1 pprprqiCtee from pewspapgrs  of 1871, the yefrr tpis Pr��vij-ce jpined Conj-^  fed.era.tipn.  WeeH of MtyfpJ- ^ lfl71   ���'  ���Officisil .pho^q^rfiphs of elpy^n pf thp  mepibevs oj the" ILegislatjvp Cpupci} weiP  tal-en. Unforlt-prafely, acfoiling to the  British Colonist, "the, Iwp Ugly flf-ernpers  pf the Couppil posted the|rrselYes ^p the  foregrounds, with th?U hands in their  irquser pockets and spoiled; thai piptiup-^-  the plate cracked.''  Victoria citizens -were warned tp watch  but-tor thgir bejon^ipgs as thirteen "hard  cases'' had arrived ip the "Olympia" haying been expatriated fiom the States for  "evrj cloipg "*  >  ~ A, small pox epidemip was raSing in  SEjskJpchew-m and it \ysts pstimated 2Q00  llMd already died. Also pp the Prairies the  complete tajl'ue oj the butlalp hunt left  Indians dependent pn ppmnucan supplied  by (he Hudspn Bay Co  Amor De Cosmps proposed to relieve'  the Dominion"Government of the tiouble  of sepdrng someone out to be Gpyempr  ol the Pacific Piovinces, contendmg "that  <i, be|ter and moie sprj^ble pian eppjd be  found on tpe Pacific Slppe than Canada  could possibly produce. The Qftawa Crti-  zeir noted Mr De Cosmos left no doubt  that this "native genius" was none qther  than himself.  A Victoria fmsmitb received an order  for 5,000 two pound cqns |o be used for  canned Fiaser River salmon during the  c-omiog season.  Dunn** a debate >n the Ganadiap ^en-  a.te a membei sa.id that the annexation of  Bntish Columbia was no doubt-" all very  I me, but wnep'it involved 9 railway right  ^across ihe--eqprdl-y,' he thoiight the price-  too gieat (o payy  Aiuval of the first load of anthracite  coal liom the Queen Chailotle Islands, in  San Fiancisco aroused the mteiest oi businessmen in California since othei coal  1 supplies came fiom the Atlantic seaboard  'and weie yeiy costly Br pish Columbia  vyas leckoned to have an excellent chance  of obtaining a monopoly on one of 1he  most essential articles to California prosperity  capital pqw flpwing mt�� Cahfpr-flia v/purld1  -laadiyevted, to. British Columbia.  ip. Corrupt Practices Preveptiqn Act,  designed to*prevent undue influenpe bepig  oxeited op the��vp|ei at electmi" tirne, provides severe penalties for bribery ip any  cucumstapoes, was being debated in fire  Legislative Assembly. Every candidate  must hand 'ip a, detailed slalement pf plec-  tion expenl>es to thp Returning Olfiper  Wit)im two pionths of election. ���  Mail seivu-e frpm Baikevville, which  lpaves at 10 \o }�� day iplerv'ds d.rqys  many complaints  Many hopeful miner's"'fiom Montana,,  California apd Puget Sound are heading  for Ommeca The "California" out' of Portland and headed tor Sitka carried an unusually -laige npmter of passengers,  prompting speculation they may be landed  at Fort (fongas in American, terutoiy and  then liapspoitfd to Skepnamouth    -  TJj\stirigs Sriwmill was now1 in lull'ppe-  lation al -Bui rard- Inlet i\\\a ijjting oideis  in Biitisii Cohiipbia. and from Sa,, F:^p-  cisco'ior all Hinds ot lumber and spar  , Sir John A Macdonald has appealed to  the Impel lal Government to pass an act  tq giye MapUopa., which joined Confede-  i.ation m 1870, the same powers to amend  its own constitution as other piovinces  enjoy under the British North America  Act pt 18fi7  U   *  On a flight from Hawaii to the Far-  East, there was a newly married Ma,'ine.  At precisely midnight the pilot arinpunced;  "We have crossed the intevnatippsil date  line, and it is once again .Saturday morning" A-fter, a tew moments' pause'tlie  Mai ine spoke 101 -the" firsM-twie; ttWJ-tp  else'bpt the Mar 1116 Corps would V9P 3  man of his wedding night t"Y0 -days, in���  a low?"  The second film, "The High" possibly  illustiated Mi Wilson's point that marijuana sets the scene for the intioduction  of moie potent drug use, bul neither film  sspaiked much enthusiasm tor questions  and those that weie asked did not appeal  to get an adequate answei  Commenting on an incident which  "-1ra~pp"Gned~-wlTc-ri lhe-films were "shown iTT"  Gibsons, M' Wilson said that the young  man whp yelled and screamed obscenities was suffeung a psychotrc teaetion  caused by association  Fo^Qw-yp  discussing the films with some par-  .,e1)^. %ftP*T >lie rpeetlpg it ,was fe}t ^at  , ipm-e infprmatipn should be. available  partJcplarly in gqs-ypr tp pne (eacher's  queslipn which aslfed ha\v lo detect usp  of cjri'gs, and a moie ipformatiyp answer-  should have bepn given io the young student whp wanted to know w'^l he should  cjo if |ie had |q handle a friend who was  suffering frnp a drug pioblen*  Parents aie gi^teful to the Lions Club  for arranging the meeting and sponsonng  it by paying for use of the school gymnasium and advertising Lion Club members weie also in attendance dm ing Ihe  evening  A proposal to close all public houses  on election day drew heated criticism  fiom some membeis of lhe Legislative  Council The critics said it was an insult  to the class of men entitled tp vote to  infer that they could not hold their liquor  and besides, they argued, what apout U S  residents amvjng on thecals from Cali-  _loi.nra7_Eoaland-or_the-Euget-Sound- ���  MODERN  SIGHT 8, SOUND  g====j*--Q/yj_*tLETE ELECTRONIC  TV.  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ONLY  (iiiiiM  ���M  m  \  mSSmm -  MIOMWAV I0��f OKCMKIT p PHONB 0fi8*a3M  SATURDAY, MARCH 13-9 P,M, 71 ;30 A.M,  iiliilii��iiriiiii��  ";���?,* *  ^0*��*0Mt%0b��^y&lhp*r**0b&#0*0%!��***^^  .?r.��.  rW*t,  A��'a*C����limvaiWsC��'.M,''ft)r��*t>  '^5i^��i^^*lJi!#*,,is��***-,i>.* "*0^0*^jy:^>0it' "i* .* ��^r  'VK2T<** * **"W��fii*X. WiVr   ���wtw'W- " .������St?*  ^*hg$fite#^fJli&>-"~ "--swssit***!**.**^*!* ��^\T-awsi��^Vrft^*^-S^fl^^ Uj  /n Your Garden  ���-By The Old Rake  EVERY year I' make a point,, of including  one "column dealing wtth compost. It  can't be -stressed strongly enough just  how important a compost "heap is, It has  been called the gardener's bank, and-  rlght'Jy so, in terms of interest and dividends' it pays off handsomely. A compost  heap is not a pretty thing and should be  in ft part of the garden that affords some l  means of keeping it from view yet still -���  be within reach of a hose,  An occasional dampening down is necessary to help, material to rot. Anything  that will tot and is disease free can go  into the heap. One of the best ways  to  get   the   rottrng  process   working   is   by  adding the tresh lawn cut^trnjs_jnd mixing   them' wrth   the  other  material,   the  grass heats up fast and if put on lightly  will give you compost faster than a heap  "without it. The use of a chemical rotting  agent also ha'ps to speed up the process  i�� the directions aie  followed- carefully.  The shape of the heap does not- matter but rt should be burlt up in four inch  layeis, usingUntchen (refuse, leaves, cabbage  stalks  and   corn 'stalks  should   be  chopped UP before adding them. Top off*  each layer with a couple of inches of soil  and a dusting of lime to keep down any  objectionable   odors.   When   the   heap   is  completed the top should be concave to  trap the rain water. It helps considerably  to turn the pile over after three months  and a new pile can be started. Well made  compost  will give you soil that  is  full  of humus. Humus is that indefinite element in soil that makfes it porous and yet  soft in texture, It has many uses in the  -    gatden. As it is porous it makes a good  material for use for seed sowing and if  well made will be practically weed free.  There is nothing better for top dressing  lawns, even if you haven't enough to do  the   whole   lawn,   the   stuffed   up  parts  will respond to a dressing of compost,  In the growing season? even half-rotted compost- can be used as a mulch and  gradually   worked   into  the  soil.   If  you  MARSH MARAUDER ,  The striped skunk.  Tfri$ vv'de fangirig srvirnai  is found cornj-nonlv in boih prairie and woodland i  habitat   It is an orrsn'voroUs -?eedsr end a pre4~*>i  ator to bfc /eckontsc) vvith In waterfowl nesting  areas     It   roams  the  uplands   ,vhere  dry-land  nesting ducks ere found and will nor hesitate    ,  '���to enter the wet borders cf marshes and even '  -   swim cyKto", islands' 'in' search  of du:^ eggs  Length' about two teefrf incjudirg   ta'l   and  weight 6 to 10 ppunds. '      o-vo  *<������  ID  MARSJH CLQWN  The ��aot oi rnudhen, vvuh snail Islack-bfead,  whire chicken-like brlji and b.g; curnsy looking  feer is called ine "'marsh down'. ^A poor flifer;  it runs over 'Aa'sr flapping frantically, staggers  inJo the so" and rnqre often than not flops back  'nto the water Ha toes are }obed. spited to  walking smorig *eeds and tsnglea"marsh vega-'  tatiorw We'l buil* nest, sometimes, iSoars, S to 15  .-70 - speckled eggs are Jaid.    '    .,.  Gibsons group  to co-operate  9 POWEJLJj River Players has decided on  its spring production���a  collection of  three one-act plays. The club will produce  two of the plays- and the Dnfiwoo'd Players from Gibsons will produce tjie third.  The plays will be. a good cross-section  of drama and comedy.  The first play in one act is titled  "A Battle of Wits" written by I^orman  Williams Jayne McCallum -plays trie part  of Silver Lotus a young Chinese bride on  her first visit home who reveals her un-  r happy marriage Sun Chu, a young magistrate played by Tim Qela arrives on  the scene and together they recall happy  childhood   days.   Sun   Chu   later   learns  i Silver Lotus' husband has been accident  JyJulled-^nd-aeetrrdimj to ancient custom  A forester's warning �� . .  by Fred C, Simmons  WE often wonder how many of those who  ardently advocate keeping more and  more of our timberlands in a "Forever  Wild" condition realize how much grief  they are piling up for those who will inherit the results in years to come.        ;.  We feel sure that some "forever wi.ld-  ers" must realize the certain results because they have been students of botany, if  have no hedge to hide the compost he/p,     not of forestry. They know that by holding  a  trellis for  a climbing Rose  or  Black  berry will make it  less^ obvious. I often  grow  cucumbers  or squash  on   the  pile  ���then  I  wont'  forget  to keep  it damp.  It is not necessary to make a box or a  cement bin, in fact, is can be turned over  .easier if it is,,,.built in .a. corner. Ti;ying  to  gafden  without  a  compost  pile  is   a  Waste of time aj)jljTigjnej-1^i"dieB=4"m"=6e^ black cherry, reef  maple, yellow poplar, the willows and the  true poplars, and, to a lesser degree, the  oaks, white ash and basswood. In the West  it includes Douglas fir and the redwoods.  Trying to retain these intolerant  species in ."preserve" stands is hopeless.  During the past 50 years, the writer has  on tq old-growth stands for a few more  years before inevitable disintegration and  mortality, they are condemning to extinction on those lands a Jong list of valuable  and attractive species, which can only reproduce and grow in the sunlight.  In the Northeast this includes, all the  pines, the true firs, tamarack, the cedars,  seen prized virgin stands of white pine  at Hearts Content and the Cook Forest in  Pennsylvania go to> pot, to^be succeeded  by inferior stands of hemlock and beech.  He has watched the disappearance of  such sepcies as the birches, the pines and  black cherry on state lands in the Adi-  rondacks- Recently he received from Howard Bennett, a friend in Cincinnati, the  following-description of an area near  "Asheville, N'.C:  "We then had an occasion to spend  five hours on the Joyce Kilmer memorial  Forest. The sign at the entrance says,  'This is a living memorial to a.great poet's.  In viewing the area we see it is not a  living memorial, but .a graveyard. Two,  3, 4 and. 5-foot poplar and pine trees are  rotting bulks on the forest floor, sent into  -ohliyinp   Hy _rhp   sincere,   but   misguided  sation of,alt efforts to control insect'and  disease epfdemics, floods, and fires in our  timbered areas.  Scientific forest management���including controlled timber harvesting���provides  a safer, more economical, and surer way  of keeping our forest lands productive.  This is why we are confident that  future generations will find good cause  to bless' those of us that advocated and  practiced multiple use forest management,  and curse those that advocated and practiced "forever wild."  Bravery is discussing politics with the  boss, Foolhardiness is doing it a second  time.  =sider tne amount of stuff that comes out  of the soil it is only common sense that  some effprt be made to.make it up and  the way to do it successfully is by compost. Even the smallest garden will supply enough materal to make enough compost for its needs,  Note classifications , .  efforts of the preservpioTOsT~wh^lhlnks  he is acting in the realm of conservation."  Because there is already a heavy, reproduction of shade-tolerant species under  these holdovers from the past, and because their demise is accompanied by-  little soil disturbance to provide a seedbed  for reproduction of their own kind, they  -are-succeeded���b.v_a_climax forest  Wine should never be added to a dish  just before seryjrig^=aeco^w#JUj��j��ha*ia��  Benoit's new book "My Secrets for- Better Cooking." published by Reader's  Digest, It should simmer with the food"  or in the sauce while it is being cooked,  because as the wine cooks, it reduces and  becomes an extract which flavors, and  this is what it should do.  she will be the slave of her mother-in-  law  . The 'Battla of Wits' evolves from Silver  Jatus-plan-ttj-ft'ee-lf6iseir rrom this situa-  tioh. Her parents Chung Tai and Madame  Chung are played by Tom Hall and Midge  Struby. The accidental killer of Silver-  Lotus' husband is played by Alt Garry.  Peter Fuhrrnan is the property man  and Donna LeveringW is the prompter  The plays will be on two nights only,  April 2 and 3 at 8 p.m. in Dwight Hall  5 man army hits  Gibsons theatre  FAST, tight action this week at the Twilight Theatre as the "5 Man Army"  heists- a fortune in Mexican gold. Peter  Graves (Mission Impossible) is the ring  leader of the quintet of criminals who  try to' recoup their private losses in a  spectacular robbery. If you'liked the Dirty Dozen,-you'll love these filthy five.-  'Plugging in next is 'The Travelling  Executioner--' about the year 1018 and the  man who travelled the southern United  States with a portable electric chair. Based on an actual historic event and set in  Kiilby Prison, the movie presents a realistic,, if sardonic, look at capital punjkh-  rnent. The Electnc^^h^irman , ajpjd^j^e,  "f^^^jp -,�� u7der essTplayed by fltacy  Keach and Mariana Hill, give a skillfull  insight into a shocking film."  'Ehe coming atjtraciqn is "No Blade  of Grass", perhaps the most hard hitting  anti-pollution film ever made. A show  everyone  should see.  Page M The Ponlnaula Times  Wednesday, March 10, 1971  Poet's corner  _____ , i. < ,<   ���Your contributions are invited  THE   SEA  by Ed, Morally  Strong winds that blow serene and lonely,  The "green seas that run so clean and  high,  The stout craft seeking harbour, breasts  the waves,  Fiom 'neath the scudding cloud,  seabuds cry  These are the joys a sailor knows and  loves,  Be it smooth sailing or mayhap  btoi my  strife  The vanded plank aln-e bm^i'li h.s feet,  The stinging spiay, the su.ty-bnne,  his very  life.  The call ot far  places, the lure ot exotic  cities, - '  Placed   hai hours  m   countries   both  old   and   new  The lofty mast ahifeh, the canvas sails  of white, ,  Against  a  promise-laden  sky of  softest blue.  To bring a smile, to light a searching eye,  The. towering palm tree fronds,  the   lagoon,   the coral  strand.  To quicken the faintest heart, alert  a sleepy mind,  The  wind  tossed   wave,,   the  storm  washed silver sands.  But now, far off in the west the storm  clouds gather,  t    The gale a-borning, first moans,  then  growing,  roars.  The cresting   wave  grows  restless,  then  hurtles landward,  To dash itself to spray upon the rocky  shores.  The discordant wailing of the screaming,  banshee wind,      ' ,'  Shreiks through the creaking rigging,  tensing the strongest nerves.  The curswig sailor fights the seething,  relentless  fury,  To soothe the. .heaving bosom  of the mistress he loves and serves.  But LO!  the storm passes on, to find  another toy,  No more the jealous, unleashed  tempests  rave.  And ajoypus sailor gives silent,  heartiu 1 thanks to Davey Jones,  ^_^T_^_a_^tap^_iro^-Tff0^  an   unmarked   watery  grave.  And if it, be his lot to sail a lifetime full,  Upon the sulking sea, the waves  white crest.  He knows his destiny is a seamans death,  And beneath the sun kissed wave,  storm less,  eternal  rest.  k-~  Stretch food dollar by  s  CANADIAN  consumers   today are  well  aware of the purchasing power of their  food   dollar.  One of Uie^'jnajpr expenditures for  every household is the amount budgeted  for meal. It pays to know what grade  and quulity you are buying.  Because   family     requirements     vary  widely,   the   homemaker   must   consider  tastes and budget when she makes her  'selection in the meat deaprlment,  Fresh nieat Js health-inspected' by  government inspectors prior tp retuil sale  in supermarkets to.entiui'e its 'wholetjomc-  , JICHK, i ���  ��� Merits ,-ifiod In muking weiners, sausages anci^ ti-thur prepared or processed  ineuta are u\na tuibjeet to rigid Im-pection.'  Major puckers and processors (such us  companion Hint, are members ot Grocery'  ��� Products Manufacturers of Cunuda) not  truly comply with minimum -"LUndi-rds,  Ihey umiiiUy exceed government i-pucifitur-  tlOHH,  I  GRADED  ;:,. Government logisluUcm deflnna 'grades  for beof and poultry sold In most retail  oiillolH, youi and lamb^iro nqlrl by gnrc'to  , in nnmo cilibn, Whilq pork Ih graded be-  lorn iHiiikolhig, H In not wold by gnulo,  .v.rtU(jHl,-known grudciH for luwf aro Cun-  iidu Choice and Caimdn Good, Cunuda  Clinli-n In lop of tho ruiigci, tlm meat tlm  (���on-minor talicH homo wh'iii.fiho buyH rod  brand, Tho standard ilomiii��dn"|ju��f froni  yMltllg. ���H.Unji'H and  lioifoi'H,  with  a  high  "; proportion flriJ)hMl'"lo bono. Tlm ,m��ut  ter js' sold as Canada FirsF7Trad~e-anc  Canada Second Grade, No fat other than  butterfat can be used in the making.  First Grade is highest quality with  smooth texture, excellent flavour and uniform color. Second Grade is slightly lower  in quality, generally used for cooking  rather than as a table spread.  All provinces require that eggs retail  by grade, Marks must show on cartoons  jind bulk displays; all eggs are required  lo   be   free   from   discolored   yolks   and  blood spots,  Grade   A-1  designates,  normal   shape,  ���sound shells und finest quality interiors,  Yolks will  be round  and compact, surrounded  by dense albumen. Cold sorage  eggs cannot be sold under this marking.  The  most  common1 variety  in  retail  stores Is Grade A, eggs that are practically  normal In whape with sound shells and  well-roundorl  yolks.  Grade  B eggs  may,  I hi HligbUy abnormal, in shape with yolks  slightly   fliilUmud  or  enlarged,, and   less  'firm albumen. ' i,   ,  'Eggs uluHHified im A-f und A are avail-  ��� .iiblc  In   hIzoh:-   extra    large,  wolfjhtng  Ji'/i oztit;' large 'A ozh,; medium-l"/!  ozn.;  small I M�� o/,h. Pee Wea eggs,, weigh In at  Iohh   Uiiiii   I'/j   ounces,   .  KNOW PACTS  Ciniaflii'H Dnpurtmoiil, of Agrlculliir��  niryn ll Is lo Iho niiiHiiiiuir'H" InloroHtH io  know grades nnd,to buy hy grudc.  niicniimi iini'llng In JnUuidnd to pro-  tent Cimiidi'iii Hhoppei'H, any coiitiiiiHoi' who  I'tmlii  Unit  a  parllciiliir product  fa)In  lo  /ftlic-uBvliuvo .. good novorlng o( fnf lind''   '"��"1-' Tlf^u ,T H"h,"iU,"��� ,"��^l,H,,,l  ���"����� li'iitiiiigHof, |*ut,mwrl.lo<| 'liiroiiglrIho,lean,'���'���' ^'WI,WUuillni-a lirmioctor for iiction,  Cunndii'Good  qiuillty  In hlun  brand "  ��� |)i>o|' and nffo-'H a Hllglilly lowor propor-  llon ol' moiil, lo huno and nniri'twhul, lotls  iiiarblhig limn In Cuiialln C)mii!o, ���  Next   In   Chi^ikIji   f'laiidunl,   or   hoof  will) 'ir brown /(riuUi .Hlnirlp. ,TIiIh ��i|iiiiii|-  , f|(;nllou ,l|iiii,,,11, lowor .propu'iUon  nf   lul  lo loan, Ihun (���JuiiuilVGuod,  Othor gnidcH iir��i'l<|(ii)||||<!d mm (Junudii   .'I'lljil  PHOVflNdAb  Ciovornmoiil'M  flAi'I-  .. Si 11.1! 111 mi 111 L.J 111d __^JCJi4i��iuJu���^lJLlUty��LJl.njl. _^_^,��iU<->l}^.UiwhiuliKUi...lhuiiiL*UI��a-JM.|>|itiUt^rit|>li^  Hunt*.' uio It'dii ||K<i|y in im I'muid in nitull    "ii iIi'Iv��n''h llcciinm In un nxi'iillonl ninvo,  inurluiln.       *'"'*'(        H nuyti l)|<i |)rn|  vlcn-pMiHldnnl, ol' Ihn ,\\,C,  AuloMlohllu Aitiioi'latlipii,  ,'-"'���"W�� r<M!o,i)iM)on(U;(| ihul UiW* ho doiui  In Dili' H'VO brlnf lo llm Provhu'lul Gov-  oninioiil," mild |��', H, J>uxi���n, "l nin viiry  |(l"'l to mi, llinl. iho aoviViiinoiil linn foi-  lowoil llnoiinh wilh oiu mi|U{��'Hl|oii,"  Pa��loii mild ihul u drlvor'n ll'ciinho  wiih a pirum, (fn niwi only pmvnict, pro-  l��'i'll'in uU'ihuil li-iniiliilool. nut. In llm  nviuil of Iiihn or ilml'l, Inn nlwi /dv<\ a rmidy  liioimn ol lilonlll'lcuiinii lor clinqim tiiiiilj-  lug or .cri-illl and qu|c|i Idduiirh'uiliiii hi  ��� 'llllll   Ol   Ul'll)dl!/||( ,  ! ' AUunw.y.Unimnrl1 , Im I'oltirnoii un-  ni'Mipir'd Ip llm |r|{|-i|ii|ii/o (hul, fjiiw lh'-  ��'*�����������*'�� luiiuod luliir iIiIh yi.Mr will I'liify  |��liolp/��ni|i|iu /ui.|   ||.c,|i,i.��� I'uiiiHnj up' J,ii-  ..f.'.'ll'^'.fiLwllL.iiililu niqiuin.rphoUii, ol ll|.��  holder,    ���,'-,, ', l  A <V||i| inciii Jind a mp Inu cold wcl  del may not muind InvMlirg',>n In' lui'i  Ihu  (loldtiii  fi<;ii|   In  warm  niid'  oves new  miii'hiTiii.  KCONOMY   WlTlT'YATf'Ofc   ),' ''i!���Ii'.'r"'"'  "  Hniiioinlmr, oi'uilmiiy  on In ollnr j<ood'  ,     value? wlion piopiirod Jn i'|-  tippttil/Mtn  way  und coohoil  wilh  mu|nl   (nol  dry)  houi, Tlio niilriUoriul  vi4\io In o<inu| lo  Uiul in inoro oxiiomilvo hoc),  Wlion uliopplng Jitr poultry, lyiik lur  /(I'ikIm   h'iiiiJui   pilnloil     on   liiotul     lugii,  IriiiiHpiircnl  bugs or lul-ol iiitmA (Inula  lit (loiiigiinhMl by I'oloui',  *        (!iiiiikIii Grado Mjniiiliil cihtIoh a )Hii))lo  niurlOn/t, hidlciillui' n )nmv'pi>\i"in'l hpi-c)-  Jiioii mid I'liii'iil. quullly, , ,  Moid louiuioiily nyulluhlw in ndnil mil-  ,     lolii In pmillry  Iluii, illiipjuyu I|m< Cumulii  1    (h')nh  A   li<��  will'   rod  inarliliiHh,  Tliln  jik'illjflmliijn lullii III') loiiiminoi' Uiul llio  ""uiMiinmwiir rf)jiuod;,w()fi'f)oi.iiod,"iii'id  , falli-liod, CJil��'|frii|H will Jiuvo lul uliowinn  iivci' brmihi, mid  llilglm,,    .. ,   ..  i. .>, Oinimlii. (Irmlo t, (w|Ui a "lil��ln la��) In  iui��'��| fur birdiiUnit aro normidty fonuod  ferior species���beech and  hemlock.  We have also seeri the opposite of this  process take place as the result of purposeful or accidental forest management.  We have seen old growth hemlock stands  in Pennsylvania succeeded after cutting  by higher value, more attractive stands of  black cherry and other intolerant hard-  Woods. We. have, seeiV, beech and. spruce  nds in New England eppverted by timber  harvesting to stands of white p,ine and  white birch. But such conversion is usually slowI5.e.xpen,sive, and,frustrating,  "preserved" stands we bequeath to them  inferior economically and eithetically,,,  but also pretty much "biologicaj deserts,"  providing insufficient food and 'shelter to  support sizable "populations of deer, rabbits., elk, heaver and lliu predators lhat *  depend on them," or even of garnu and  song birds,  They will learn that, such mature or  stagnant forests convert little or no carbon dioxide into oxygen to help clean the-  air 'and sustain human and animal' life,  (A thrifty growing forest will absorb about  12 tons of carbon dioxide and, produce <l  Ions of oxygen per acre annually,)       ,  'I'hey will find thai lhe stream flowing  from these "preserved" stands ure drying  up, particularly In the late Hummer, (io-  cads-- of intprcopilon, evaporation, and  transpiralioli In the mulUlaypred forest,  canopy, Perhaps rfioHt Important, these  "presorvrid" forests wifl not be in shapo  l�� fmPPly tho .miiltitiicle nf forest"prnduolH  ur��oiitl-/���needed as our aupplles of oil and  coal, mlnorals, and cithor, non-r6nowubUi  . 'i'ohourocs beconio furtlior doploiod,  ���Tlm "forever wildors" onuiiot cluliu  Hint ilmiio "prcHOrvod" 1'oront hUhuIh nro  like ilmso Um whllo uiun lorrnd wltoii  Im 'liiNl cnmi! In ihln country, Mm hor  ���, niiliiro, aided and iilMiflod'by tlm IiuIIuiih,  ,hud hor uwii iimtliodn for haivostlng  malnro U,mh<ir and opiuilng ijp iuchh for  Iho rtipi-odiicllon und growth of iiilolornnl  spooJilH, (Jhlof nnmng Ihoso wus wlldllfo,  Vast ui'duh wiua- liuniorl ovo,r periodically  by iincoplrollcd I'Iioh sol by lightning, it  Tliii Indluim hikiii lcunuid Umt hunting  wiih hotlui',!)-! llm buinod-ovor Innds, Ihal.  viirmln, populalloiiii woro, nidi'pod, TJuiy ���  pidhubly rituli/.iMl ihul iho morn inmfiil  .-ipoi'loii.-'lllm'wlillir lili'ch, worn porimUiul'iid  by Iho I'lriKi,  I'Jpldoiiih'H nl1 IiimiioIh mid disiiufio, wind  idoriiui, iiiii,),,, flo'nilii ulm- woriMiroripiiiiNlliliK  .loi'-riivumln^-ihf'i-procp.iffr-H C>f-nnn��*nI Ktjr-~  oohmIoii In oiir original hIuikIm, and Imlpiid  ���provido Iho niulilpllcliy ol   forest |riyj,tM) ���  u/iil i|m vurloly ol wlldlll'o,  iSo  llio proiiorviil'lorilalii  (iiumul  I'lnliw  :���:���:''.  vjii���,.  ��  *��� ���  1   <���  \h\  ���W'!'S  thai  ioy hi'ii ���u|vi��('iilli)K ioaving Iho ilA  JlHU^..��H,W.!jl,f|.^U_IMM��J��llr.��-fU.^  in Grudo A, Utility Urudc In olmiim' Imt  "()'M nr inomprirtfi of thio biiil nuiy ))��  /ui����Jii��, ,  ��Ainy phoductb  liahy produclii! Um, ura n,rml''d. JWut��  ,pii)(if IJIioim pm.)��;d In ��v*f��y mimu-M Incii,  In attm, Jior body waipiili InConlulnod  by nn Jrmululingblmiluji of blllioim nf uir  HPim!chi(U���� tiurUuHt rif Jicr 'tilth-,jut ulwayii  ^ry, ,       ' , <  voioprnonl of I'hiiir'o lumiln to Um pruvmn  of nulino, nndlittuiboil by Um bund ��f mun,  ^^l!!!)0!li!!!!l!!!::!!!!l!:f]!!!::::!]:!!:[!:[i;!!:!:;;Z!^  "NEVEN'S  RADIO ft TELEVISION  <l<io|or for:  ZENITH  ��:LEETWOOD  ,:        '���'   " *   ' ^     ���'',,..'  RURRITT PROS,       ,  RUGS AND CARPETS  FURNITURE  Ph, B06-22AO GihsonB, B,C,  l,*\  ��� Wlioii you odvorl��-io in Tho Tima��, Hioro are two things  you cqn he suro of; (l).that tho circulation U guarantoQcl  by ABC audit; (2) Pooplo won't bo knitting, or driving to  work, or holding a conVomation, or alpaping, or dn tho  "pl��onop6?1^n1��1loihlng^  thoir homes. People hovo to concontmfo In ordor lo rood  . . .your ad in Tho Times gots tho undivided attention of  ' ��� i ��� ' ���  your host prospects, So, when you'vo something to noil/  giyo it your undiyidod ottontlonl You con ho aura our  2,500 sMbicribors willl  i,i  REMEMBER���THE CLOSER PEOPLE COME TO BUYING,  THE MORE NEWSPAPER ADS THEY READ!  H *  I  I ��  ni -<7-  CHW����i����yi|ii,Himi|iiM |itm.i) Mill i ��',ii  |.(WiWi^iWI"Hii'|��i'  ���WWWWW��^|�����>W||| iimiiiii mm  �������� wi'mn  ���������^���r- ,...| -|r null iiiuiin .  i  .  -.  1            '  i  i "   unes  ,    i  i  ... *  \  *", "T"  l  r  i'.  ���)���  > * i,��<  �����A.�� fl  your  nut M3  Dental Topics  Cutting Costs and  Embarrassment  atiaightamn�� teofh <wn he costly tUid  emlianasbinij    ] '  Both tho oohi and embarrassment con  Do blushed il cinnUed loolh could be coi-  jeclc-ii while Ihe child still htib mosl nl  his ba-v Icclh Mosl MuiHhu��nmfi lakes  about Iwo vi'uis and is bet-m, when  ilnld  is between thi'" alios ni  |i  Sonu-lmu-h the lost ,.������ |u, iu,|vt.ct  en moio il work rs\uncd when the child  is.ynuntsei Hv fctiaighlertmu, tr lew ol  thu baby.lopth Ihe specul-sl (oiilindont-  rst) may be ttbli�� to guide peinmnenl teeth  into nnim.il positions /The toe lor fins  hBivice could OtiMly l.e/undei $10t)  Compare thus witliSfrre ot -j,HQ0 or  .lii, (I0O Im ma mi t nn oil ion, winch is ijon-  or.illy ehargud when Iho i hild is oldei  Tho issue o| enrbaiiassinent, especially  tn u teenage ��ul, is real Although theie  it. no physical pain with oithodontics,  don't belittle the menial anguish ol youi  daughter who must Hash a hand-filled  bflulo   in  bci   dating  yeais  Tiy In haw t'onulne wor k lipislied  before this sensitive age.  There may ho .some discomfort during  the first day or so nl treatment, bul no  real pain. Taking care of smaller jobs  early can also prevent larger troubles  and  costs  from shaping up.  For example, one crooked lopth could  1-oep   others   from   developing   properly.  Straightening il  might  take one or Iwo  months and cost  less than $100.  ��� \ "Canadian   Dental  Assn.  Paul St. Pierre  Wednesday,'March 10, 1971 Thp foqinsutg. Times 0 Page M  Pender. High-Lights  Caterers  Sechelt Elementary School grj-.de 7 catering for d teacher's lranc]]eD-i at IVJelody Farewell, G^yle Ot)o, Darla  Guidance class enjqyed last week's npon on, Timrs^ay. JBusy preparing . ^alarge, Susan Dixon, Cindy Grale  proiect which entailed budgetting and    desert1 are from left- Laura Honker,    and T ori Roriwav  -  ^1  -��� t ������  ��� >������*!  lsta__te  H'  A��  a?* ���  ,J    So.     ��� J  ��� ^ <  'mi k'iIf,.'),)' .1^-  t* iS  ���-Letter from Parliament Hill  Diary of a Dull Day in Ottawa:  '1:00  a.m.   Look   nut  window.   Driving  snow,   adding lo   the   HI   inches  so ||'ar"  dropped   this   winter.  Traffic   stalled   on  Prince uf Wales Drive.  Say. to hell with  il. do back to bed.  8:05 a.m. Gel out of bed. Phone secretary-at-her-home,-asking her to relay  to. the French language class that won't  make the Il:,'*0 appointment. Phone hisses,"  crackles, snails and pops. No rings.. No  dialogue. No meeting of ideas. Say to  hell  with, it and go back  to bed.  C:'t0 a.m. Apartment building car healer- plug nol working. Snow surrounding" ''  car. -Car wonft start.  10:00 a.m. walk to garage. Mechanic  says car always starts for him! Inform  mechanic il doesn't always start for me.  Mechanic suggests, failure lo pull out  choke" far enough.' Suggest mechanic "at-"  lention for his head. Leave mechanic and .  phone, taxi from neighborhood grocery'.** .  10:30  a.m.  Summon  taxi.  cv.  SrvS  S  *t*  1  t \  -v 1  ���I I  IV"  i  .      41   t  1 -  PA  11:15 a.m. Get taxi.  11:4ft a.m'. Arrive 45 minutes late at  meeting of Commons Standing Committee  on Finance; Trade and Economic Affairs,  Subjecl under discussion, Textiles and  Clothing legislation. Witnesses two ladies  from Consumer Association of Canada.  Chairman suggests that voluntary import  ciiiota-i are raising no protest in Canada  ������yhateyer.    ., .���  Inform women witnesses thaj nol all  i"f Canada is in eestacies aboul legislation  trj pmteel Eastern textile industry. Inform  *tfi)iaii'rnan that his .suggestion thai nobody  if! Canada opposes voluntary import  quotas piece of new-' since learning'that  y/e never fought in the War of I8I2>  j    Gulling lo be mean old man in this  low rr.  I IjM^.nr, Mesfjaged phoned lo ohair-  nainfRl);f>!) Informing, him 1 may iie lirle,  inally deliverod 1 V> cihairmiin. Heal it  li'io h"y lii) minutes, snow and all,  JiJi'iO p,m. Arrive 15 minutes lalo for  , meeting in private room of Pai-liamenl'aiy  ' Restaurant. Stale sandwiches, Cold coffee  ���"in silver urns.'Hliidy group difieiifislnn of  t (.'uniidian, ecoiiomy, Chairman explains  - Canadian |)ii||l(|ii|{ iraditlon, The economy  I may go lo hell, hut bunion always sound  j lie suggests Canadian bunks among mosl  > I'niifuirviiilve'mid iinprogre.sslvo hf Indu.s-  * 11 lulled world,  !       Giineriil agreement I hut hunkers might  r"hP"lmprnvprl1i-r|f1ricirrrnnryTrwiilr frozen  boot, All gelling In bo mean old men,  .��� U:00. ��� 11.111. Ilullii, ring for opening- 0  OnmmniiH.. Qiii'HiInn JWlnd; 1'olnin ol  Order, PolnlH of I'l'lvlliige. Argument as  lo who said wlial lo whom, why, when  and if, Like being nibbled lo deal)) by  dnekH, Leuvii ('oinii)onn lor office afler  ton mlniimn,' '   j'   '  ������ St 10 pni,"'Mall. ' ''   '  ;i:|f�� p 111 Inl'ornK.'d piehi.'iice neeileil on  rSllindl'ng ('iiiiiii)ll'lce mi Agrieiillui'e fur  'niiiorgmm.y, vuin,   '.',���.,''���  :ii!i(| p.m. liifornied no sueh einergeney  oxIhIh,  ,.:i:;|0 p.in, Meiiilug wilh TV i!imii.'rnini,!ii.  General agri-cnuum Ihal Gllawa wlnler  worn! (ilnni1 IDIIi. Minority miyi'/wornl  idlien luul (llanial Age,  1'1:00 |i,in,'llnuiiii of Conunnnii.,..,(/o,y-  nriimi'.'iil MpeakniH pralun /{overnmeiil, Op-  pOHllInn  tipeuloim  upeak   of  IiiIiiiiMIdN  of  PplvrDPTt Harhnur cqriie close tp \yipnm0  'he NaUrmal Tlmr'fterhml Baskethall  Tptivnt-tnept \iy teaching the finals to take  secoml piat'e to Pfooks". In -tho playoff  seiies Pender tioupeed I^akc 'Trail and  Inljnwpd up wilh a wm agfrini-t Cntntenay!  Alter nnnlh(jr',wmninH gaipe againf-t l^kp  Trad, the pendpr Teupr tackled Brnpks,  from^Povvell River hnt.Pendcr had al-  ieady played thrcp playot'l galpes tn  Broriks" single game and went down to  "defeat witlr a final score of Biopks 50-  Pepder ^fi.  Opi team played really well, fight-  ���iiig hard to reach the finals apd putting  every effort into the I mat ga|ne, Toiirno-  mept les'ilts: Biookfc first, Pender sec-  opdi Lake_JHrail thitd; Max Cameron  fouith; Onurtenay tilth and Texac|a sixth  LOPAL SCENE v  The junior- girls played,, volleyball  against Madeira Park Elementary Schqpl  with the elementary gpis *w|riiiing bpth  games. Previous to thjlt, Bender High.lreiit  Ma,deua Park at tjie games played at the  _ High SchorpV-sp it V|41i^eiirtferpst4rig-t9���  see who vvips the pe,<t g^a.ml2'?-  . 0n, Fpbrp-|ry 23rd", jhe. 11.^, gjrj�� *iaj  a papp-ilfe sale tfiP'ing lunch hour. Thp  cooks were: lyirs. Lee, tylr. Thompson apd  Mr. poinbroski anci, the sale raised $T!).5(i.  fl'irls are working "h-Trc} to raise the rer  quireii  five to six thousand dollars igy  tire trip to England and have now raised  -rpprpxiniateiy $4,500. ���'pipjeets *ii;e stili'hg.r'  Ing spld for the St. PairipH's. Ray Da.nce^''  scheduled for tins Saturday, March 13th in  tjie Comniunity Hall; the'eYening rncliides  dinner and ���'pally fh-ip entertathmpnt l>y  the travelling peoplp.        '��� ~A       '    ;  Raffle tickets  are also  available  fpr  , sale, the proceeds going towards the U.IC,  tup. Girls are extremely grateful tp the  Sechelt merchants vyho so jienerousiy  contributed towards lire project. Morgan  "V^fy Aprjr.Wqlk��?r p'ni Wendy Clayton'  Tpmpion 9f Mf'SJ-n'8 Me.n's Wear dppiited '���  tlie fine mnde-to-mea>i.'re at'it, O&S Salps'J  prqylded thp 18" Sqnyu colour fy" q\ >  po-Jt' t\pa Mr Pat MVJ'PHy dtmated' i\i��.  ycilitahle Bskirrio parvlnfi. ���  WII3HAP /'        'Z    Af      t  Op March  1st,  we lost one of mm  miichipci" wjiep the thickness planer "n'(  fhe workshop was burnt, we were l-icky'/  Unit was a|l that  gnl burnt. Noiy,"*^/  Qqmhros.ki is having the floor of the Jn-"*  dustvwl Edpcatiop Shop reyarnlshed and  thp vvp-i'k benches repaihtpd  qBAPUATlQl^  Grad '73 ��will be held at Garden Bay-  Qate on May 28\h, Tjie dinner is sched*i  pled to start at 6 p.m- and finis)) at 8  p.m Theie is po dance this year and  dress for iho dinner will be setnl-form'ai.  The mads will proceed to the after-grad,  immediately lqllqwing the dinner.'  ���0*00***J00q0t00000*00*0000*000*0*a**Mg**f0l0:).  \  ic &OQU FKIZE ft     j  ^00**0*0000000000000000**01000**0*010*0010)10^  mmm hall  Jeackpof  $73 TO GO  CONTINENTAL COIFFURES k- B0UTIQU  ***i**4+?*0*f*e%*i*4>**i^  SHAW3POO SET  With This Coupon  1*1750 OFF  ., BLEACH. COLOBt  With This Coupon   $5,00 OFF  TRAIL BAY CENTRE, SEC-HILT   . PHONE 885-2339  NOT VALID AFTIR. MARCH 31, 1971  /   Ccokff  Gosh, I hope Ihey er-joy it���say* ex- rna tS|ep]iapon. From left ^re :p��rj))ie  pressipr/s of uncertainty ori the fapes JSewmgti, Dorofhy Rice, P^fn-WfttSW.  of Sechelt grade 7 students who pre- Mrs. Stephanson, Norei2n (3or4on, Lyn  pared spaghetti and meat b^Us for Sjgouin and Darpy Stephanson.  the teacher's luncheon. Co-operaHng T��flPhers tlioroughly enjoyed the de-  ip the guidanpg project,w��r^ ?Wffttl-- ilghtfully served meal, s  ers, Mrs,-Put MurpJiy m^i/^^W--     ���.'.'��� .. 5  Ihiliif- Hom��l.l)lnB illltfuVeni in Miss   iny {���luff. linsy clenpipg 1h|)|��s af|.��r  Hrniidu Agnew'K 'gruflo V npiduiico  CIiihk in iSeu|)��ll. hib|. will) onlllilslnMIc  I'li-jponso from sltnlonls wi>o prep-tred  n lnnctionn R��rveti p|.. ft,. tnt>|o gny wHh  (lnl'fodll (IccornllonH, for 1l��o |opoh-  llio sil'r^esBl'nl    projeol. it|-p,' filiuilu  Hells, iBDho) MwUiwi, Rranflft Jef-,'  fiios, Lorrnine Nestnmn end ('hnr-  |ninp Hndoipi),,  '/  1CIF blue and pld  lines lIMwoodlall  for military ball  TAI-rl* map in -scarlet, elegant Iqdies'Jri  flowing evening jrowns,'men in navy  hlue and others wearing army blues fijl-  ed Italian Community Chili Hall in Wild-  wripd Thursday last for the Royal Canadian Counted Police Regimental Ball,  whjch is fas' becoming 'he social eyent  of: the year in Powell River.  Two lp��idrcfl and twenty members  and guests attended, but Hie gnps'l. of  hnpor'Superintendent J. K. Gibbon ItClVIP,  officer jn charge y.ancnitver siibrdjvision, ���  was nn��hlc ���" HL't here jiocanRe of "prior  commitment" i.. . ,.    "    ).  Jfead table guonlH inoliided; [.ientenant  and Mi'K. .llm iy|cGowan, .Air CudetH; l.ir,  eiiteyajrl and Mrs. .InhrrTreen, Sea'tSJadolfri;  Staff "3i!|geanl and MrK, Olio BigalUe  HCMP; Judge and Mr��. C. O,.. Mldd|-n  aluadl of Sechell; Mr, and IVJi'K, T. lyieVe'a,  nninidipal admi|iial.ralbri Aid. apd- IVfrs.  ,Io(.'iDii|loN, itprei-enling (lonnoili Sergeant  and Mi-k, S, II, (iiccn ROMP Marino.,  D'iviHiori, '   ,,, ���  ' Tlio hal) wiih decorated wil|i blue and  gold of-the MmmtieN, apr) on display was  mi,.1.87)1 North Wwl Mounted.|.|olii.'o uni-  lorm complnto, with pill-box hat, �����om-  plomuntwl by tlir; uniform of a uioldici-  of lliu wnne period, Thorns w��re oh.loan  Irom HCMP- Depot DIviHloii.  SmorgaMbord Hp|ipcr will) avl|baron of  fieuf, a po|yi|cn)ai| d��m;o d^noiiHlriiliun  under bhu.'i' light and dan'-imi wan Included in tho uvunlugK 'unlertaimmmt,  WiSfflSfflSMSiiWSSMSMSWSWSSBfflfflSMMWiMBiMSM;,  H.#i  EPQCSC UP YQIJg %kV% ILYi  '   AT ANY $M% OF OyR  . * THREE STbRES  CONSIDERATION    INTEGRITY  PERSONAL SERVICE  t  Gpwar Pf. Road  Phono 006-2726  y^^f  Executive  AI'TKIt deriding Hl'i ��i/,o of tlio, Regional   ,  DiHlrlc! rolled for an ai4i|^lai)l Mr |l|||l-  dlng liiniiiMilor I'V'sd H'oyburn, ivw do��l-  hIddh wani made by lliu |<!"U)mif|vo Com-'  liiiirwerabln  tu  l|m  tSuoi'Mtury- TroaHiinir  AdpihllHtratnr,'  ��� Ah  lo wlio|h<>r an  HwlHtanl  will,  <ii'  Will  nol, be employed or bow plnnnlun  I'l'i  jyyi!nini��ui,- W��ruHi����,l}.!:uL^JJ��Hw{����,.!J__niii.iHiuwi)i��H��J-HHj  ought lii'byiiugtm, wnln rioien, r��i��l rn  forego'math an ap|)ii|iitinoi|! apd, Inmload,  employ a full limn plitmi"!', "; ,\  In bin monllily report," read (lnl l<����t ���  nieellng of I lie Hoard Mr, |tiiylnu,lli��llnHlrt|'  '"Jl fn iiion! coiifuNjng ruid frn��ifpt|n|i to  learn Hint aflnr the millJraM of'l'1) ��h��IhI,��  nni bijlldlng Innpeeior had bnnn dooldad,  biidgiitiliuhpnivldeil for, apprnvud hy the  Hoard, lino of riMipoUHmillly MJMWHt��fl..  hy lhe Hei'i-elnry 7V��i����ih"��1''h mmt)\M'  Ih/ial i.'li'm I approviiii by tlm Hoard at ihu  November VI, W)' morMlng, after Inlor-  vluw hy lh" Heeroiary Ti'��!��tni|'<'>v )"-h'������r  lurn v/eiii and'W<ilviirimf..oi' a highly  ipiaillVl piim will-' four y��i��ni '))|iMh>l)>fd  rrXfipi leiice,  An  ifKc��i|l��nl  drallHinan wi<h  coinpleie |uiowledg<l of Jay-m4 I'ur w��l��r,  newer. Hii-md' llgldhiit MyHi��m��, nm Q iiMft  por!n, Hlop belihid mirlallit- lonmoku, Much  illiu'iiNhiuu of weather lieliipil cnrllljiiH.  DliuMiHHlon brllliiuil elilitiow.'uiD, idlppled  wJlb Hliorl and. coloil'ul word/I,  ftiOO ji.iii. IVIvaie Moiillo'r'n Hill d|/r  ciiHHiid, Hiibjeel, cruelly lo (ililldrmi, A/uee-  meid among iipealon'ti I Im* < on'olly luV|ill-  tlren nol dwlrnhl-!, Huy in. b��ll-wllh II..  (lo >;aci( lu ol'lli-e, T'd'-jdn'-nw- ����l|�� lo  ViUM'oufi(i,,(.'iilgaiy and Olluwn, iH��ive|a|  re/uill jn ronveiHalloiiH, OI|i,orn bring  buz/en, I'llchiyhimiH,  Wrllo pi'l'l  "f |I)Ih  ���'ulumii, ' '        .'.,    ",  il:i)ii imi).  M-'IflKll   ColmMbla  Mlmr/r  t'.intmtH,   Wo  pre-'loiei   few,  wo   liapd  of  lirolliarn, No more blood f<o'd'!ng Into lb����  niHllUN li-iiieiilll our table. Ilmo HHi'lliI,  11:110 p.m, Wild ��l��iiior of bollii, MIM    ���������,.,,,.., ,.,.���.��� .... .���.., .,.,,   Hloniibaclutu JIdiiuo MijUji) J��i. .niM����-ii��ff:_ vMKJtMMW.n.f'tUn^  Drlnl' coffin In lobby, Argu��, l)ti��l(l)u,-ln    have hoi'ii  Invahiirble in Modi \f]��mw  liweuty lobby lolcphonis booilm trying to    ���n,i Wuicr deniirtiii'.'iibi,  lelephoiir?   c'-oiMpelalc.l voMiilMm^lM,   iik- N    ^���i0|,|wj.t,���||y ���|||o!ipxifci|||V0'pom-'  ^emended   wJvmh   H��v��ii> V'jqH��   K    ^" ������',    m���m u�� pot employ m um-  where  II  poiv  fi") |��.m, '-�� '^ '     ;,   u���,   .,1,,,,,, ,l)y((c|f r.pder ir Hludanlrnlan-  Wmnr: n��imlwrffrH��"y-numuun��.-hm�����������"��������"��� �� ||()J-i^^-m p)tfi)Wpapini,,<1iW''tWPtir''''  ��i"�� .!'.'����� ,'"."A'!"\ ,,,!|l:.r:'.''.T''v,!'.!!.!!!   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SdUMA PARK  ''THURSDAY^ r^lAilC'H .11  OtOO p.m,  Epopjorcd   l?y   5,P,f:.C   nn��1"',|nft'~''1'l��n��"l  Bmiliodiood al Pulp, Solphlfn ond f-npr  /y-||| VV��rrV-��r��, Conatia, |jk<��| 297f'  '000000000Jt/l��0f0(r0ffi'0000000000000000000000  i___  Sunnycroo*  GIBSONS  Phono BBM726  Phono 005-2230  -^-  M  ML  >.  UNCLE MICK'S  TO OUR  O  EN'S ^t SEN SOU HOYS' SHOES  (^ MEN'S WEAR SHOP  ��� ������ ��� ��� In''the  ''��� ���'���l   ' ���������'     ��������� J  P*        &H!mwI  TBI  Is)  3^  flfl  L I     . ' I ' , I I  ��� Women's-jrCh Udrm'sShoes will reitiwInrcirt^  pmsimt ziCowrio' Street Store,  , ��nl  �����,��.! I i in I mi ,i inn. '<        '" '.    (  COmE IH TODAY ... ONLY OUH LOMTIQN HAS CMANe|EO? OUfl M>W  PlBIICKS ANP' T0��* QUAMTY FOOT" WEAit RFMAPN& THP SAWSI  ���|.'l~fWj!j,p'w^'j!-Mg?i  \J^Afri#*^^i*m,i$i&it*frLi*  *\/t"   *V*^S   UV  " f+V-rt        *������>     "-*   f �� fi     -\�� * -x ���>  J U       ��^* ~, -1*!        T     *   ~-���*  'f ;  to-s?_  .1 ^>:T*?r-o>rr^r^  .*��.-.   >   ��,   >  N  >  *+ -  �� -,->���>���> 1 V*  ,,,��   v *,��-.-���*"*������*���* *t>    ^>><i^>>,��rV^>y<K-*rV��V��>>  *   ��   ���   .   1   ���  '>,**    T   ��   *   I    -.   ^   *    i  ���**t>i'ffrG*$&l!!'^^ '  .^Y^^^v^^  V I,  A  f  1'  m '  Ri >  Upsets Board * . ��  wwn"i��^Wi im"i'-m-"��i�����' -i ^.....-ipm ��� v1    -. ^- *  Engineer's caustic letter  castigates Beg;  Page D-6  Wednesday, March 10, 1971  The Peninsula Times''  provements within a .vadjus of   ���'_nvHe  !i.���Lift  i�� 1 ��f the intersection of the Contra Ued> Access  March iii. iv/i      _     Wghway  w^h, any  pUw h'ghWay  FOLLOWING ia text of a letter to tlie  .Sunshine    Coast  Hegional Board  by  Regional Hi/ghway engineer D, D. Godfrey  ��� raising objections tfc many features of the  recently instituted Subdivision Bylaw and  Zoning Bylaw, nos 23 and 35, The eh-*  gineer -says bylaw 35 cannot be approved  but members of the Regional Board eon--  gider it to have been iapprbved by the  Minister and  Lieutenant  Governor  and  is therefore^ law, , *  -' Re: Sunsliine -Coast Regional District  ^bylaws ; . ,  We Understand that the Regional District' Subdivision Control |lylaw No, 28  and Zoning.Bylaw No. 35 have both now  been appro-zed. We would be glad to know  'Whether these bylaws have received final  reading and whether they are not actually  in effect, ,  It is' assumed that prior to presenting  these bylaws to the Department of Municipal Affairs that the usual meetings of  the Technical Planning Committee were  held, If this was the case we are at-a  loss to know why our Department was  not requested to have representation on  the Technical Planning Committeej. This  ��� is particular!-/ regrettajjle as our Department handles the .subdivision approval  from all unorganized areas, rjnd therefore  we are more vitally concerned with such  bylaws than any other Department of the  Provincial Government.  We have the, following comments  to  Bylaw'No.  28  -is not valid- Clause 3 refers to the examination, fee of $2.00, but does not indicate that' this cheque should be made  out payable to thenMinls^F- of Finance.  Clause 4 defines tlie plans that have tc.  be presented ands indicates that two blue  qr white paper prints are required which  Will be detained by the Regional Dis-'  tricti' however, this does not make allow:'  ancfe for the. prints that are "required - by  our Department, and such prints of course  make on these .bylaws',  Subdivision    Control  (1070):        J  Section 7(2)'states that the Approvv  rug officer shall examine the application  and ^dvrse the applicant in writing with-     -y--   ^ , quirfid until such time as the  m 30 days whether such application will ���: entire"ftinction of approval of  plans ul  or willncrXbeReived, 1 regret tha .we__ ^    *J   the Regional sDistvi,cU  cannot be bound by this clause. Our re-     .��^ ^^^e has been estab-  lished that the District highway official  will be the person to1 whojn application  should be made for approval pf subdivision, if thev Regional District wishes  to  filiations' do not make any reference to  the time by which a subdivision plan  has to be approved or rejected, and furthermore we consider - that 30 days in  many instances' is completely impractical.  These are cases where applications have  to go to the PUC, Department of Health,  and other outside bodies. There is, of  course,,Section-107 of the Land Registry  Act. Under this Section if the Approving  Officer has not approved a final subdivision application within 60 days the applicant may appeal to a Judge in the Su-  . pre"me Court of Chambers." '  We have no objection to the other-  clauses in this section.  Section 9: Our" Department in Victoria has notified us that both Section 7  and. Section 9 are not within the jurisdiction of the Regional District. The procedure that has been",established is that the  Department of Highways will continue to  function as heretofore, receiving the applications for subdivisions and notifying  the Regional District with copy of the  sketch plan. Clause 2 of Section 9 therefore  >_��  Peninsula Photographers  ir WEDDINGS  * PORTRAITS  ^PASSPORTS  ir COMMERCIAL  With   the   use   of   special   portable   backdrops  -and   lighting,   portraits,  family groups,  babies,  passports etc.. are done in the privacy of your  home,   if   so desired;   This   makes   possible   a  change of clothes and adjustments to hair and  make up; if heeded. Sittings arranged by. =ap-  ~poTntmenr. Samples of photographic wcn-tc^huwrr-"^  on request.  G. ABERNATHY       Phpne 88S-7374  handle this function, the Department of  Highways would have no objection, but  there should be a formal submission from  the Regional District, requesting that this  change be made. If this were done, then  the Regional District would be the clear-:  *'irrg house for obtaining all the various  approvals from various Departments and  would send copies of any such applications  to our Department for the purpose of  our approving construction of subdivi7  sion roads. Once all the various approvals  have been received by the Regional Dis"  trict the final subdivision plans would  still have to come ,to this office for approval.  You no doubt have copy of B.C. Regulation No. 202/70 outlining the Provincial Government subdivision regular  tions. We are bound to follow these regulations and in certain instances it is noted  that our subdivision regulations are of  a lower standard than, -the Provincial  Government's. Under these circumstances,  we will be bound to insist on compliance  with the Provincial Government regulations. ,,.r  Section 10: Clause No. 2 refers to the  sewage regulations in effect in the Regional District. We will have to abide by  the B.C.Jtegulation No. 202/70 Appendix  B. Regarding Clause No. 3 of this same  section, our requirements are that these  services have ,to be installed before we  will approve  the  plan.  "Section 11(3): We are not prepared  to approve subdivisions under ''Access by  Air" except for government or semi-  public bodies.  -������-.-���   Zoning Bylaw No. 35' (1970).  r=^==Seefer��=4<#)=ef^4to^^jonti't��i4i  Highways   Act"   reads   as   follows:   "No  zoning  bylaw of any   municipality   (and  this includes all regional'districts)  hereafter adopted shall apply to land or im-  less t,he bylaw h*V" been, before its. ^option, approved in writing by the Minister," ,-  The Regional District, did not comply  with this section of the Act, Jn this com  neotion I u,uote a povtian of a letter va-,  ceived recently from our Sonior Planning  Engineer, Victoria; '    ���   'r  "The zpnning bylaw appears, aatis"-  factory with one very large* exception a.nd  That is. the curious R3 zone at Pender  Harbour, I understand this catchall, any-*  thing'goes, zone is the result of political  campromjsq- because the local residents  do not want zoning. This R3 -zone is just,"  that-i-no zoning���as it allows most anything including most commercial and industrial uses. This zone extends* 9 miles  along Rte 101 and if allowed puts us in  a bad position. It is harder to deny access  ^permit where land vise.is a major factor  if the. application is -for use correcilyT'  ioned. We are in a better position to refu.se  an incompatible application het'e withpytt  any zoning af all than we are wiih this  ��� catchall zoning, A proper a.pproach|w'wl'l  be to zone existing uses appropriately, put  t,he undeveloped balance in a low intensity  such as A and include the comprehensive,  development provision so that proposals  could be reviewed on their, merits in the  light of partiular circumstances. This has  not been done and is presumably politics oally'unacceptable to the residents. The  R3 has apparently been introduced on the  basis that some zoning is better than no  zoning and will ultimately encourage acceptance of full zoning. This is not true  -#fqr the highway���some zoning is worse  than no zoning. The zoning bylaw is  therefore not approved under the Controlled Access Highways Act and the R.D.  should be so informed. If they want approval of the bylaw they should delete  the offending R3 zone and replace with  lhe approach outlined above or leave it  unzoned altogether."  It is suggested that the Regional District should introduce changes to this  Zoning Bylaw which would meet with  the approval both of the Department of  Municipal Affairs, and of the Highways  Department. In the meantime, we regret  that we will not be able to accept^the pro- -  visions of this byjaw When, dealing with  applications on the ���Controlled Access  Highway in your  Regional District.  ' . k L\  Half moon Bay Happenings  ~ ' r~~Z. "��� ���by Mary "fioitlev  HALFMOON Bay Recreation Commission  has been doing an excellent job in  providing healthy recreation for the chib-  clren and , teenagers of the area, "This is .  surely a most worthwhile project at a ,  time when our young people are exposed  tq many prolplema-iind difficulties,;  Everybody interested in the community  ,<md in the children is urged tp attend  the meeting at Rutherford's pn Wednesday, March 10th at 8 p.m. wh^ntbe chief  b'usiue|ss_will be the election of a new  recreation commission. Until a reppeatipn  commission is elected, there is a holdup  in planning film shows and other programmes.  flUM PflpGJRAMME,  -"' Film programme scheduled for the  .Welcome Beach Hall, Thursday; March  It at 7,30 p.m- will be by courtesy of'the  German  Consulate!  Those who saw the  ' film.-pf the Domspatzen Boys' Choir of  Regensburg' jjtj the Christmas film programme will welcome another film made  by this excellent choir, in tfhich they  sing folk songs.    '  The - feature film is a 70 minute film  /'Everyday world in Germany" which is  a comprehensive view of its history, folk  lore, landscape. There is a short film about  WurUemherg, or^wahia'as it.was former*-  ' ly called, with its capital of Stuttgart  Here the people are'l!riore of the Swiss  type, industrious clever and romantic;  The country is beautiful and the inhabitants have,the best of ;two worlds-  great industries (it is the home of Mercedes Benz) and unspoilt ftirmlands. Since  Hitler's day, many old German customs  have been revived and the,, program me  offers a film about harvest festivals in  many parts of Germany.  ST. PATRICK  /Talent Night  at  the  Welcome  Beach  Hall Qn Saturday, March  13th will also  be j-y honor-of, St- P^t.cic.k, so- ah who-torve  kissed ���% plarpey stone, first or'second  hand, are asked to Wear something green.  .Tire programme WtU start at- 7s30 p.m.  sharp, as the first item is a play by the  children of Halfrnppn Blay- Entertainment will,include plays; skits and/music .  by the young and the not quite Sp^ybung-  Have you given your namato Mrs. tcuch-  te^fqr the programme?        ' ���  Cm'on s"nd��Mrsv Greene braved trea- ,  cherous chiving conditions ' recently  to  travel tp North Vancouver to celebrate <  the  birthdays   of  Canon    Greene's  son,  Alan Jr. and. his .grand-daughter Erin "  which- coincide    on  February Ml ��� The  Greene's visited many Old friends in Vancouver the following day and managed  to  get   home  before  the   next   blizzard.  Frank   Ball  is  holding  his  own  in  St.'  Mary's hospital and h^s enjoyed receiving  visitors. :    ^        ..-'���'  Drivers who. weave , in .traffic often  wind-up in stitches. Drive with care. Life  has no spare.  jm&^^^mM^mm^"^'  ki  The fishing fleet in Hong Kong's spectacular harbor numbers 0800 boats/ small  by 'whole families who live as well as  -work aboard These Tanka, or boat people,  today number about 100,000, of whom  some 50,000 are engaged in fishing.  HEED A CARPENTER!  CALL COR 885-2135  COR ZUIDEMA  For all your Renovations,  paifs-and=Gabinet-Work=  at reasonable rales.  SECHELT THEATRE  PRESENTS    ���  MB*  TotJcBictbBes"  STARRING:   '���  Judy Huxtable and Esther Anderson  RESTRICTED  COLOR - CARTOON & 2 SINGLES  Starts 8 p.m.  Oui- 10 p ni  Friday, Saturday, Monday,  March 12�� 13 &  15  COMING SHOWS IN ORDER  ''The  Desperados"  "A Dwr^��^iger"������  plus     . ,   'Tarzan's Jungle  Rebellion"  !>'  ui ���  l\  .      f  > V  '  r * ,  r  r ''  "f ^  > 11  iji#, ft   0  A  *   M   >h ,��,����. *,0L ��*,.? ��*l ,*    4


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