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 .^  By Mayor Wally Peterson. . . \.7..._,..������_.,,  Obstruction: appears motive  regardless of price factor  ., .J^,;'  ���* ���v  r -      .    �����        -  ENIN&U  WHEN Gibsons Council was told by the  "Department of. Public Health that it  must upgrade its antiquated sewage effluent luies that now flow into Gibsons  harbour a, technical engineering firm was  engaged. These enginers came lip with  our present sewage system plajas to conform to Pollution Control Board , standards. . .     i . ..  Due to obstruction by a minority from  outside the-Village -the project was delayed a'full year at a time of rapidly  rising costs'. The result was an increase  of around $200,000 to the local taxpayer.  Now the new highway plans have cpme  up where the. Department of Highways  Location ..Branch, along with the Regional  District  Planner   at   that   time,   have~~re--.  little concern for"~ the costf* or the coin-  munity-as.a whole. They seem' to feel the  Department of highways should locate  the route farther north, through the village water shed area, at an additional  cost of some. one million dollars, according to the estimate of tlie "Department* of  Highways  Location  Branch.  Any relocation "of the recommended  route, which ha's^ been" approved by the  village for its section, will mean a delay  of one year for survey and working drawings, according to the Highways location  engineer.  There,are   a   number   of-factors   that  haygTbeen brought out by the Highways  locatiom engineer.:   '    ' ��  -The   recommended   route   is   not   a  berving th& Sunshine Coast, (Howe Sound to Jervi^ rnleH/includirrg Port Mellon, HopkinS tending, Granthams Landing, Gibisons, Roberts Creek,    /  Wilson .Creek, Selma Park, Sechelt, Halfrndon Bay, Secret Cove, Pender Harbour, Madeira Park, Kleindale, Irvine's Landing, Earl Cove, Egmont  ��������''r *...-,���  . "���  7-7  1  Registration Nq. tM2  2r��d Cla�� Mall  ,....'  .'.'"  - 7  '.*'.',    i  '     ���   v     !  Union   ���33*   Label   This Issue 12 Pages ��� 12c  LARGEST CIRCULATION OF ANY PAPER ON THE SOUTHERN SUNSHINE'COAST.  VolurHl^/ rT67i8r^ WEDN^ESpAYTJANUARY 19^1972  t:ommenled a certain route to cut through     'rBy^pass". The concept is to have a cor-  the   North   West   corner   of' jthe   Village.  ,   After   considering   four   alternate   routes  they have recommended this route as best  land  use,     best working grade,  the best  service to the Village and the most ecoh-  -omiGal���r-oute-fop-the-pr-bvinciaL-taxpayer.���  The Vjl-lagp Council, along with their  consulting' planner,   have   accepted   this  proposal route and  have- used  this as  a  ,   divisional   boundary    in   their   planning  whereby    all    commercial    development-  would be confined South of the new highway route with the  northern side being  "Mfte^, for future  prime  residential  development.  We regret  that there -are alway*.one  or two private propeflxes^at become in-  -^-volved, but this-stjlj^shews-the best land,  use as an over-all picture for the .future  and  the best  service to our Village..  Once again, witn obstruction appearing  to be the only real, motive, primarily the  same elements,' using the whole of the  Regional Board as a shield, are showing-  ridor  that   will  separate   land   use   in   a  feasible way.                            , ���  ���The' recommended   route   is   a   two  lane highway initially, with paved shoul- ���  v ders, which can be widened to a four lane  -highway for the future���within... the _ same-  original road allowance . ���  ���Provision has been made for turn  offs at North Road, Park Road, within the  Village, and Payne and Henry Roads,  so that present arid future needs are served. ^  ���The tjgpartment , of Highways will  control development at intersections by  their zoning regulations. *  *    ���At present there is no real highway  route. The sharp bend, on  the  Langdale  First public meeting called last week  Supporters  ���hill  is   a  defimie^Jiazarji^t^^  project attracted over 100 supporters  from all parts of the Sunshine Coast  Regional District which will present  a money byrlaw in 'the near future  for "the first phase  of  the  project  LOCAL GRANT  Speaker of the Legislature and chairman1 of the' B.C. Cultural Fund Advisory  Committee,. Hon., W. H. Murray, announced last week that the sum of $950  has   been   granted" the   Sunshine_ Coast  summer  and  winter.  The present route to the ferry is inadequate and a hazard, to say' the least,  to the-residents and to the summer tourist  traffic that increases every year. Funds  now allocated by the Province can be  lost to this community and surrounding  area, for some time The highway location  as recommended by the . Department of  Highways and PJanner is suitable and  important to business development as-  well as present and future residential  development.  '"Delay is* costly and incorivenientT'lo  all'concerned. Constructions-can starKthis  spring. Funds now allocated could be lost  to this area. Now'is the time for the silent  majority to speak up. Urge your Provincial Member to get on with the "job;  Write to-your Minister, Mrs,* Isabel Dawson, Parliament Buildings, Victoria��� to-  ^3X,_^_ TL-T^j: ���__   which will include a skating rink  -with-mvilti-purposeHEloorT4��H!ge--audi-~  torium, outdoor trails and picnic  area. If the by-law receives the nec-  'essary 60 per cent majority assent,  it is expected that the centre will  be completed before next Decembex,-  Wheels in motion  Widespread support grows  or recreational complex  SUPPORT for the; proposed Recreation  Centre "on the Sunshine Coast was evident last week, when more than one  hundred people attended a public- meet-  ing held in -Roberts Creek School.  cost   and   centralization   will   make   this  possible.  Cost   of   the   project   was   given ��as  $500,000 (1972 cost) and -it- is anticipated  -.that a 3 mill levy will carry the' project,  indoor   pool   had  been   investigated   but  it is too  costly  at the present time,  an  ~"Olympic size  pool  would  cost  as  much  -as  the  whole project.  PUBLICITY  Promotion chair-man Dr. .Eric Paetkau  has an energetic publicity programme  planned to fully acquaint the area with  details of the project. This will include  ��� public meeting in all areas. Promotion  through the . schools, the press, distribution���of- leaflets, door- to dbor canvasses,  addressing clubs and questionnaires.  People of/all ages attended the meeting and ej^n the door to door campaign  f ecei vepr ehthusialtic   support.  Recreation   Centre    Committee  members include: Mr. Eric Hensch, Dr. John  ./Crosby,  Dr.  Eric  Paetkau,  Mr.  Malcolm  Mactavish, Mr. Larry Labonte, Mr. Cliff  Gilker and Mr. Eric Pritlie.  Informal discussion which followed the  meeting saw many younger members of  ijocal builder awarded  construction contract  THERE will  be  an  Extraordinary  General  Meeting  of  the  Sunshine   Coast  Senior  Citizens'��� Housing.'Society .^'t   St;,  Hilda's  Church Hall, Sechelt oh Friday,  February 4 at 8 p.m. All members gf the  Society   are   urgently   requested    to    be  present.  Members  will be  asked  to  ap-:  prove   a   loan   of   $54,50tT^rbm "Cerrtral"  Mortgage   and  Housing   Corporation   for  the building of 14 additional, single units  aL:Greene;,,Cpurt.v..r...l..,,..,.^,,..v.,���i^[,/,���.^_:,Jt>VJ^/o.  The building contract has been awarded to the Gaines Construction Company  of  Gibsons  and  work will start  in  the  near future. It is expected that the new  units   will   be  ready  for   occupation   by  June  15. ^    ���       Enquiries regarding .admission should  be  made  to  Mrs.  Mary  Walker  at  885-  Marty ' of   these���people    repTggentgoT-Projected- deficitr^--$30^00 per year  clubs and organizations  with substantiaj.    20 years.  However  Mr.  Henoch  pointed  jor    the  community -tak-mg  koon ^interest  in~   1(347 or MfST^S&mHBawe-atr-885~9537.  Community Arts Council.  COURT  OF   REVISION  Court  of  Revision  respecting  assessment rolls in School District 46 (Sechelt)  including villages of Gibsons and Sechel  will be held February 8th-.. at 10 am in  thP Gibsons  Village Qffke.    TO WHQM if MAY CONCERN���  7   flie HCMP delachmentv^i sepneii are  memberships, and solid pledges were: :re?  ceive^in the form of financial support  and volunteer help.  Outlining  progress  to date,"chairman  of the Recreation Centre Promotion Com-  ���niitteet'Dr.-Eric -Paetkau said that Up to  out that a good board of trustees and  manager should be able to clear the deficit. Besides the overall mill levy it is  expected that people using the facilities  Would hive to pay a family membership  fee which, .will,.be,..,d,eter.mine.d,. at,, ajfoter,  ways to promote the centre, while Roberts Greek Parents' Auxiliary "provided  .refreshments.  It looks like a lot of folks- these days  are under the influence of affluence.  from Pender High . . .  1971  LICENCES  Motor Vehicle licences issued by the  Gibsons-village office for 1971^-inGluded^  1291   Passenger   plates,   448   commercial  .truck   platesi   160   utility..JraUer.. .plates., ^V0lledv-ihe .Garden.  -18k-temporary operating, petSOtsy^mPm^^m^^^^  pre&ently investigating ihe^disappearance now the project hal ~noT cc^ffitpocl^  of Rene Van Arsdall from: the Mi'xal Lake taxpayer   a   nickeh- Assets   include ,115  a . ��� ���__ - ; _      ������_ _acres of Landt at_Rahexts7Creek on the  Il fe^qdes|ed ^anyone* *ho tra- ��� ���^&>���a?>^.a^,^e:^S  -date.   Tlie  3  mill   levy   was  interpreted  to represent a-cost,,pf $15-pe& year-to^the-  ayerage - taxpayer. 7 . ���_        ,_,  REFERENDUM  proposes  transfers, 48 motorcycle Plates, plys. various other plates and p^rjnits.  fAND-BANQU ET������ ~  Tickets for the Sechelt and -District  Chamber of Commerce Grand Banquet,  January 29th are available from most  members or at. the Times1 office;���Campbells ; Variety, Behner Bros. Furniture.  Event will include Jjye profession Variety  -followed- by dahcih?  1972, ae  4 pjniV report to the iRCMP at Sechelt as  .^obr^as^pssiblG*-~F^  thpsi? people who haye already been inv  lerviewed.i;Thisrreport may be made by  phoriingMhe Sechelt RCMP detachment  cqllect; at, 885-2266.^,..       , 7 , ,  W, M. Saundiersv'Cpl.  i-c  Sechelt < Detachment.       ���   .  government  grant of $l8i'720.  T^ie   federal   grarit  was   awarded  ir,wlia;t would happcrj if, one of t^|.'e;lecto-  Ui-^iW-rat'eas^uch-^s^^dei~Ha^  'on  Regional Board but It is believed that  '. connection with the ;local*imUaj��ves. pro- 6at. Dr. PaetkaU said it will depend o  .-gramme   and   already   five   persons   are tjie- Regional Board but^t is believed ths  employed clearing the site. It is expected lhe project would not be possible jf'mpre  that  about  twelve  people  will -be  em- than ono electoral area opted out:, '���'  '?!^:-^:^.?5?^?;^^^h-" "The question Of' U-ahsporttion to: the  ship students to Elphie  ���*    1.A- * ��� ���     ������        . ' *<-������     .        ,.. A  ���'���'   ��',������,���'' ,t ���[        j VwH'-J.   ..r-  SPENDING iiiore money to offer a big-    observed "thatVif more'coju'Ses; were intro-  ���^ei-^electioh-^f���senioi^i^^  courses   at-   Pender'  Harbour ' Secondary ��At (the 'present tinie there isr a total of  "jiiniiiiiniiiili:  includes the entrance road, site and de  velopment of picnic grounds  School would be throwing good money  aftei^ badft commented School Trustee  'Bernard Mulligan at last week's board  meetingr Questioned about "his choice; of  phrase, Mi'. Mulligan said it may not be  15 students in ..grades II .and 12 on the  Academic - Technical programme at Fender Harbour High School.  "Child still missing  a  TO^-iS'EA'RCH,,f'for'i*a*ilve",:ye��r''��old*'gli'l"miBa- ���  . >'" hiBC&^wrJlwmB. near Mixull.Lako   ,on���,Uio. IrvlnQS, Landing, road a wc6U last  Sunday has so 'far proved-unsuccoKsful.  but still continues.  Pretty fair* haired Reno Robsnn-leLt.  heriiousc at ubout 10 a.m. Sunday, January 0th for ��i short wa^.Slw.. h'\d ����t  arrived at ,l!30 p;m, ho : Jw', .'mother.' and  a male companion> commonqcd.looking  for her, At, & p.m. tho RCM,H;woro,alerted and, U\ short tlmo a full Hoalo Keareh  ��� ���    was' launchcd-"wl>lch'":contlnucd*~untll  1 111/.   'II <"������!:"���"���.,',ill<��,,i|,!,4ri;.8*rH).B��,.!lii.,|,il.|,,��il��i|.*��'(s��v>..S'*,-.l*1"��' '  niglUllUl. ' ,':.,,������,'  Early nuxt morning ��� more than 100  residents ol' tho area Joined 11CMP ol'-  flcorH who woro assisted by , two , local  skin divers''and a police. dog.'Mlxall take  and small adjacent lakes woro searched  ,to no avail, A, number of small piano  , "owners put'thoirTalrcrafl, Into service and  " ��� scoured 1ho aroa from tho .air, ,  ~"~^rtTr^hcwWtrck^^rmtTTr^ctl-,,TTrr^^  and an extra police dotf traced and ro-,,  traced thoir slops," local properties wero  Hcarclied imd very many woro questioned.'  Finally, possibilities . of tho youngster  being lost, woro, discount oil. in favour of  abduction, a|Kl Information ,i\vas. sought  as to any s'traniio motor, vehloUm bolnK  soon In llio aroa.  The lost child went nnd��i" (he name  MOST ECONOMICAL  '' Recreation Centre*"   Commitieo"chair- J  man,   Mi\   Eric   Hensch   eixplained   that"  every,,^venue had been explored;|(),J!ind,,  the' most   economical  facility   for   this  area, The. pi'bjcct has been well received  by  tlvb; village couflcijs ^of . .Seclielt, and ; facilities. iV1,  ' Gibsons' and' the Regional Boayd, If has  facility was .broXight up. and it was. sug , .     ,  ,.77._...gested;:that:,iUS,e.:i^  a pophiar statement but it- is the truth  school buses' which sit Idle "most days  and, could .be brgani*u<jd 'Into -a- shuttle  service.       ���  ,���,�� .Schools,,>will.,.mafc.ee us,o,(,of A.ithet.,,centro  which would elimihatc the heed for further expenditure on, school recreational  COUNSELLING  Mr. Hanifa stated lhat it may be fea-  and rather than   pond more-moneys ad-    vlng : the lvvo high schools'but' nol alf-r  ding   o.theschool i-would.be better   o    ^^ ^ ,tK. ^m^M this involves ��o   send the senior lngh schooj students to    much fpovomng and most of the time is  E1^he^tib^arbWw  school cur   !L  ,"^',.--^;,-,,. ,*.,., u.. ,.,,,1,.,,, ,.r.1....l���,,spent,,,on.��,the..,i:oad1.,.He,rS&id,f..thalv...-ono-.'.ot,"-��,-.v..,,-i^.-,��  question arose wheq,^"f^ig  ���  ^ ti;oubleS- lh 'the past hfe been noV -V'   '  ^^"r^l^^l.^ rS "     havna qualified guidance teachers. Counn i  .^..^^-^"^^y^FO^  ..selling and.guidanceprogrammes.ne^to-  ���principal Mr, Alan fhompson^of Pander    be 0VQrhau-��df and ^iphinstohe wiir re-  ',(.���.' i install  also received tremendous public support,    CENTRE '),....     i-    i    , Harbour with principal Don Montgomery    quire two full-time counsellors next voar  -'-The-feeling-is that-the-public -will  Dr.. Paetkau .ffild that original plans    and vice-principal Larry^rantof-Elphin- m^F1 ^M.^^^nseiioi,s,next year  demand move recreation .at a minimal,   had to be pared down to be economically    alorie,    '   Wl,     ,...,...,.���.,���.,...,,.,.,.,......'.,.  feasible at this time, Tho proposed centre         Mr Thompson said that the new cur-    DIFFICULTIES  7wUlHhc]udr*a^c^  llST"ciJr:  rink and, multi-pur'poso.;flo;oi\'''iwitlv;seat---^ offorod at Ponc^r Harbour unless tho    rioulum-cha'ngo will give'students'greater  turn/.  yx  ^y<m  "TKU:y}:y)^\yn  ^ytll'.'lh  1' ''   rt^i1*  77' '> i.Vj ' nV.vv fi  lJ,\Ulll|M\H|l'li.l7'-- Y  '    * > ,1 i 1,1,   i* |l.(|     ' '  .''m'1^ 77,'  i,pyMS Hjy^1 ,i\l  im '-"> ^  "'' ''^'Vuiii^lViitVtf''  WvWi'u K-'.'.n''!1"1  ���'   '   <��� \v\  v.t\ini^ vV',,1- ��� I"   '       i  i     "v i'  ^!^^-.v ���'���'.���. -  ,.i    X111!   HWi  .villiu   wuni   i��iivif;r   inv .iihuiw     ;M,tii,|.fK''lXt|!l'"!i'i,'|',''^*7',1'' ''    ,'    " ' ���'   '  Gf  of' Keno "ynh^Ai'.sdoH." Hcr'-parent.varc ~��t^\tfcjlf*^^#w~rv.*��**>.>>*'~+ .*.^��  noparalod, ami ,hor. father.Thomas Holmon,, iJ/iiuW'il/il'^,. ii 7 -���,' ., .t, ,lir',. ,;\;,f  is understood to resldo In Toronto, When   ^fte'Sr^v-  *   , \  , ;i v .'  ,i ing for.500 pcoploiauditoilum.whlchwill   , '.    . ., ^  "������l7(r--lpTgo-cnTOUKlT-to^ccommodat-c^3^ ^m" acklul01M(,   Blri'ff  nncl   equlp.    I'loultles where courses are'highly in do-  _ nooplo  seated   around  tahlea,  this  area    mont; lio ajH0 HUMgc^^d that tho Board   'mnml and could loijd to. qyorloadnfi iomO  will also bo used .for arts and- crafts, -ouU  ' side recreation will includes one mile of  ^walking   I rails, through   the   forofd   and  " "'plchle HitoH."-1' ""'v*'1" ""';t"v- ;-"-iu-,/'-;;:" ;,-: '������'���  '' Thcro will ho' room for expansion and  during I lie first ,plu��so of construction  all t|io oloutrfual and inoehanlcal equip-  ;' ;mcnv wiIi,MinHttdiQd;,to���handio^  rink widen Is planned for "ii"liUor 'dato.  Qucstloncc}1 about iv swimming  pr, Paotlum sid.d, lliali'result,of tlie  V ��.f   �� M 4/7'i | H'ik'.nliljUi  t *' �� ,7o iii  Im''i7<��  h'lro a qualified lull-time icounsollor to " ��ro���� -whldh may load to rostrlotons. A  servo tho district, saying that ho would number of prerequisite courses will bo  be-satisfied.with, having'.this service Just , 'W!C ."Hi-:,��".��!' ���� Sonowl maths, for  ,ono nftornoon eacii wook,, as'tU the pro-:^  sent tlnie ho has to act as principal; cIIh-""*"0 0IV lho eommfcrcQ programme,  I'lpllniirlan, mutlis teacher, ���scloneo. Iquo-        Discussing tho morlls pr post secojid-  hor4nd,counsollor,7UIL,^ 4,he,,Hame,.wUh��J>!'l,Hil!���!i��!]��,m*- Monlgomery said -thltl,  f���m.    llio inufJk!������'pi'Ofli'nmmo.-wllh' limited staff-'-cvon la^Bacholor ,of Arls dogroo guuran-  ilooi'    wo cannot offer, those, things" said Mr.   ���10(!��,.������''V'S, "l 'll0 PpbhoiH llmo. Going  (Oil ' ThohHWon, II was at tills point that trustea    ��<>" v����i. lonal school only glws llio stu-  survey, which  received  tremendous ro- "Wuli'laon HUggestod 'that: perhaps the son,    Hunt a head-starl   n rompoling for a Job  11 rinso rovon oc Uu t^��o m  oSy'w��nt-    lor l)lidv��cb��olHtMdenls, should attend' ' ' One of lhe most successful high school  ?d Biinu 7. uh'Jou^ w.iuit     jj3)p|llllHloll0i    ' programmes  Is   llio   eommorchd   courso  '     Dr John'Crosby said that Cost of ah        Dlntrlat Superintendent  H. It. Hanna    which   has   built-in   standards "sueli   as  r      i    "      j      ���*     :       �� '    " - I'lcloucy In handling iiiaehinefl.,;Thoso gi-a-  ���Jjon^l^el^teadr'ywi*'iei^r*''-^r'f ���������""���''���'" <^ir^<~<A?����*y,^ ��� ���- ����,������ ������^T---.-,��^"��-��"du.aiii>tt-^.'wwt<tv^f'^^''^^^^  ^hlgh^clioolM^caniiot^trnln^stitdcrtt^tor  Jobs In Industry,  Across I he province ��� survey sliowrt Hint,  apprtixlniiitcly (lj> per <:unl of^hlgh sohool  Hluddnls take the Aoadoinlo -; Technical  ('i)iirH07'ind"7i(iniW^coht" iAKo^otUo^- pro-'  Hr��nuu��rt.   ,  T^TT"   NDP Mciekenziie candidate  favouts ^as-lorS. Coast  ..rr.'jIMWil,, .  (in  ,1,,   IK/Ji  '')7>|!   7"!  /��"!W > i   h   < V i  }\j,U  'Hu1'"^' 'I \<yt   MM   UfckHluml,    NDP   candldalo    Un  ^**%mK\\tof    -   Mla'lu(nV.Ioriid(lrOHH��<iniHrroAVdar';Moiv  :"     ' ''tii'M  ,fl '''        "'     "* '    ,1   f I  U|tH     t      /til j   U '('\ ^  lit'; Wl'i ��'  notified of hlH daughlor.'s dlsappoarauco,  I ho mothor had gone wllh tho child after  tho|r separation,   ,  Toward  tho end of laiit.    week  tho  Hcnreh had been sculod'down but local  UCMl1  offloors, continued  wllh  tho  aid  ~~ofu*ou1.t|lde-<>ffh,orHrlwo-dogi;t-and-h��n  ,, dlorrt and oxporlunoed lnvontlgators, Opor  ntlojis will nfialn '>�� IntcnslflctLaH soon  as'siiuw dllmppMiir'n and ico cfrrihu'tuk  'iiiclts, '   ' .., 7  | Itoporl. of a fi^ilily dug hole In >lho  tnrRnt**lBiHt*"fJntuTdny��")Mit-^when'mlocntcdj����-' wifn��j*pMFf,,iw^/w  after author oxtciislvo , ��� search; it ."too  .UjM^te������fo*>' '��� -k v��*-�� ��� .TOawrfflp.^ > J.^s^ >,...��., yty,n  proved a false alarm,         ;  ,                               ,'   .. 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' ,'   *  ���������    ; Corporal Hill Saundoi-H-of tho-So- ', TnicklliK \\0\l   ,,SllJUi0Wu' With   Colt*,' fa��' U�� adult to trnvcl \\\ Ihtt SHOW fMul  chelt  potarhment  Iuih  co-ordinated ,th<i -    Iw'ouUvu for industry to louuUi In those  inr(;nH;.r ,,���.���,.,...,,-.,, ,,,,���,... ��...,-,...,��,.^.,,:,,,i ,,...,�� .,.���  MiT^Loclwlond^nlHp'^HrddTtlHit^Tvhllo^  many peoplo- are, not��� In. favour, ot more ,,, ftffl^OrivlS  toiuisls'and |M)plo coming into Iho uppor r  iinnnimnnjanniiini:  -w^iHto Wf��*i>JW^ ��W*?��t  '' fiH ��� City Council juii, January 11).��Mr,- Look  M,i,','ii   sload Knlcl lhat ii nnlural gas pipe lino     ,   '��' i I u. to l'owell Itlvorils a,niust and that Uioro ,'Coast areas, .that because ol spapo and, nAinf  Tu^i-oTil^uW  of Toxiuia Island and Towoll Hlver such going ;to como Inlo'lhls area anyway, and  ���������*  ..<>.., i    I. ,. i...i,v...j.ti. ...�� ���                ...  lo^cjion!   In Today's, Classified:-*  - , "���,--;-;, %    ,   ,    ,        -��� "w���, stnblo Hoy Danforth joined irt' IM   aeomH very unlikely that tVllltlo Kirl  ��  ��I?!!??1 fn'��Zti bwel.umJKiJ^hiHS! ��� ���- wareh lor ipbwlnB.nvd year old Ro>io   w\M h'aVoH^VoU^ jfm>'ffi W;01lb''  >.���<> w&A'^ Robsoninthe Irvine's landing aro^ MarchottVaj��, )>lcturod X>ri tho "path  \  ,   ,, mcctlnR misadventure remains,  , , is, .In part belrig considered as  ^'i>.        ," ,   ���.. 'Wi'  '''. -I- '    ���' '��� ������'"���i    ���,''        ,      ,      . ! , 1 1    '��� ���  ���',.������;    -f'n��* 7,',   ''      ' ";��� '�������� ��� ����� < i"1   7"     >yi<i.' 1    , ,.   M."  1 .    . ' J    ' S     1      . < ^ ' ,1       1 ,'      '    1   M 1 ,'', '      J     '' '    I  '        .     f     ' ",'��-..,.���  j Mw'job and other "opporlunllioH.'lIo n^i-;  that, wo should 'tako advantage -of- this  vocaled the sotting up of a pollullon.freo.    fast growing Industry and thoroforo pn> ���  1 aa-posslhlopoti'o-chcinloal Industry liilho' 'posod thai tho l'ollowng fitoprt ho lakoni '  1 Lowell ldvur area and Btdd lhat thoro was .      That .ferry servleo from Lund, jiiorlh,  nirv-oi-yToaiiTiWihi'iity^nrn-cohinnnttid^  Hour hurning ��� plant   holng   locatud   oil '.plomoutod In compldlo that elrolo lo Vaib  Toxada Island 7.   cuuvdr.Island;   ���. ./ ,       ,�����.���,,���.. ..���nll|liB<111.,  ..-a  ......  . iHo'wonl'oii to say 'Hull ho favourud   .     That, a..survey, lio done to dolonnluo   ">l\>   W{;}1    "l' ��� nf . 7, ,1uUJa  llio luehuslon  uf a  linlurnl  gas  lino to    the ' feasibility   nl   a   whole   n��w,  and    Vli2J,, "'ju,, ".Y'^iVJifii.���."1     ,,kk",nl  .^w;vlw,lhuJiuuwUMiti^CMUHUarcu^ijl7aiU;w.^trulghCJdHUway^cuiiuecUau^lviuigd  ioiiMlfct)ceho t.ant   l'Ondt'i" Harbour art'iiH. wllh haltory Hay.    Mr, hockslcad s��iM Hud ����n U10 basis        That a highway eonnnoUng Langdalo  (if information available to i(aUi',ilhat tho   wllh Hquamlsh bo built, ���    7,  , Njl^V,, ' favoured  ll.C. .Hydro   proposals',,     Later ferry   runs  from Laugdalo   lo  at this 11 mo hcoauso ilio,'Ihltlal costs of HorHnshoo jfluy lm,ln,sUtutod,       .  ���  Vonstfuctlon .arc'lcmi. than, lh.oHQ.up' for, ,    Free, ferry passgigtir tsprvjcp" fiif'-iv-,  proposal, by 'ot'hor  bidders,  }hat* dintri-  'nldonts  bo  Implcriiehtcd,  Mr,  Lock'ntead  bution costs ,'wOUId ,ba'lower, and  that   'felt that these'proposals would be-a good  &nr*wvywvvrvvwvvvvwvvwwwww����v��rwitw*vvir��rwv��^  iliiH-'ii ClouMllfila roach ovor -2,500 nutnot  '   110,000 fondots),    . \  ��� Times. C|a��lllcd�� 00 INTO tiia.hvmoi', 7  , 'not on lawn*/ Mroou or InculvorU,  ,  ��� ' timott'tiabalflbdBorb l��wco2t, blgh-potcncy  ���olca'ton'ici. ''" '   "''"'"��|        '���,  ;' ;,  Ihii   hilt   n<-   ivuiwmi ur uiu if vniw n  *��(!�����������{, hiv����     vw>��nvih ������ mu. (��v��m>vi��   v��i,   niy    mm     UMUOn   COSIH   wnuifl ,1)0' lower,   unu   uiiu    'Ji:u una ui��n�� jii-ii|{i^iun wuuitv iw u t}"1'      ,                ....     .���,.*   .. M '   i"     .,.   .  rlliofioarch" -Inst'WOek Whorq snOW lay" deep ���and"  loading tO'JRcne'S homo and Irvine's   tho profits realized  wduld' bo returned '��� atnrt' for people In tho Sunshine Const,' ���Phono Unci openi Sunday; clo����lfiod  i'V criminal1'   the three   lakes   In1 tho immediate    Landtof? Road Whi9h borders MiXall   <o tho pcoplo^of'tlio province. He said ton   rViwcll myer ,nrc��to rcnllKo ��omosbcnc ,,���       Phono 805-96547            ��� .* :i  ���vicinity were frozen,  Itts difficult    LakoJs In tho background, ,        > [ ,   that the cheaper rulca Would bo added   fits* from ti.u aburjst dolliir,                  , mwMV,m\wwmAmmwumfftimmi!m8Bli.,'.  '.',���'������'. .   ��� i   , lp  ,.��M.B,iJ.W.,W,<W.,.*M^.W^.W<.,...U|lli,MW,.W,i.,'h,..l.hwwf,^WWM^a.W^l^..^yWI.WJ,i^l,.lM.M...il.^ ^  I ���   .,k��  t��'       >i1t*   A.��ew.Ml����>l|, i *p>  -��.'"'  \ *.  . *4 '  e A-2  the Peninsula fiiftes^ Wednesday, January^ 19, 1972 / j      If i        0 l_l     �� r      *.  >����w����w<iwmwjwmm����<m>��^��m>aa��mw^^ ( I \JLL I11 L\J\JIL   tJ CX V ' I I \jLU LJ\* ILL I*L\J &  rATTTA*Zu��*��A. ', ���        ���-       ���������". -��� ��� ' I   - *":'' 7T" -"V ��� *���''-���-������������-���-������-���������, ��� ���.  The^PeninsulaT^^ ^  EDITORIAL  "/ may be wrong, bttj I shall not'be so wronjiM.a..to fail to say what t-belicve to be right."7  " --"/-7_~:7 " 7_~." ,        ���John Atkins  Stewart R. Ai.so/vrd, Publisher ' "' Douglas G. Wiiki'li.hr, Editor  <V-''7 '' ��� 7. " ...   7     .    ,     ,  ���Committee   Deserves   Credit  - PUF5LIC, meeting hold last week by  the Sunshine Coast Reereation Committee.-, finally ....gave...the general public  the", opportunity to seek a little more  information' regarding the proposed rec--  re'ation. centre than they have, had to  date. ''���.���'���  interest <in the project was obvious,  from the large and" widespread turn-out  which included supporters from Port  Mellon���lo Garden Bay. Of���partjctilar-  significance was the ^fact that, "for a  change.'a meeting representing all areas  generated considerable enthusiasm and  seemed -to- lack the parochial % attitude  which only too often has held "back-progress in the past. Largest representation  was  from  Gibsons-SecheU-Roberts  taxation, in so hie instances this is easily  understood: In others the" attitude is'"I  am not interested-so-why- should 1 have  to contribute." Perhaps the predominant ^Cunningham,  ���pr.ote.sl will result from, the limited outlook of parochialism "it is not on our  doorst.ep7so wedo not want it".  ffhe greatest distance anyone would  have to travel is less than 40 miles, and  this is' certainly no valid objection for'  opposition. On the lower mainland and  ,MR. ^nd Mrs.- Ernie White have returned,  home afterx a month's "holiday in "and  around .Vancouver... They spent Christmas  with their son Rob and' New Year's with  their son Eric, finishing up .wiWi two  Week's'al  the Capilano Hotel.  . With more 7now forecast last week,  .they dociili'il to hurry home and settle in  ���before the snow, but were just too.' late  and received tiieJuH- force of the Monday  night snowfall. The bus was diverted t.o  the highway route'but they were fortunate in getting a. ride home with Bob  Creek and it must have been extremely  gratifying to the Centre Committee to  encounter such solidarity in support of  the proposed complex.  Of .more than one hundred, people  who turned out under adverse weather  conditions, it. is .abundantly clear, concensus of opinion was that a recreation  centre is a necessary and desirable facility: Many pointed questions were asked  and answered but not one dissenting  voice was heard. Indeed very many  volunteered full support and offered to  participate *in door to 'door canvass.  Others pledged support in various ways.  It would therefore seem, a great deal  of support exists throughout vthe. Sunshine Coast, numerous organizations-and  individuals have donated substantial'  sums of money, 1 IS. "acres of land have  been provided free and a federal grant  of more than $18,000 is already being  utilized  in clearing of site .^and access.  With so much going for the project  and committee, it would appear its success is assured, its future bright and.  certain. Such, unfortunately, is by no  means the case. There are many who  presently are opposed to any" increase in  in most larger, chiefs people think nothing of driving many more miles to such  centres.  We have a scheme well in hand for  providing the Sunshine Coast with an  excellent recreational facility which will  prove of benefit to young and old alike.  ���"Large-'scafe^pxep'a'ratory work has been  carried out by a dedicated committee  and a cross ��� section of residents have'  indicated "approval. It might well prove  an entirely different situation when it  comes to a* referendum for invariably  opposing groups will turn out in force  whereas those who support such development tend to become apathetic.  Consequently many worthy projects in  the past have failed that would probably  have been approved had there been a  substantial turn-out at the polls. Certain individuals get elected to office under similar circumstances.  After attending this first public meet-'  ing on the proposed centre and ^viewing  the tremendous support existing, it be-  canie^ clear that the committee and its  aims merit due recognition and support.  During the coming weeks it is our intention to seek as many pertinent details  as possible and present them to the. ���  public prior to the upcoming referendum.  We would suggest that all who have a  vote, and are able to use it, give the  matter the consideration it deserves.  Failure to approve at this time could,  and will, mean long delays at vastly increased cost .to .everyone.  Lance' Parish was one of the entrants  Safe motoring  DIFFICULTY of determining how to get  to "where he  or she wants to go. ne-  mains  the  number, one  nemesis   of  the-  North, American  motorist.  But   at   least  the restroomS encountered along the way  are apparently  getting cleaner.  These insights into .vacation travel on  tfiis' continant last year are among findings just released by the B.C. Automo-  bile Association. They come' from the  American Automobile Association's  fourth biennal survey ���> of theatrayel habits  and problems of its members.  A majority of AAA members responding to the survey���60 per cent���listed  confusing or inadequate directional signs  among their chief travel annoyances.  ��� Highway signs have remained the most  frequently mentioned problem ever since  the first survey was undertakencux 1963.*  Although unclean restrooms rank sec-;  ond among complaints, as in previous sur-"  Veys, the percentage of AAA members'  who took-note of this nuisance in 1971  was 40 per cent, a drop from 53 per cent  in   1968. . v '  ; Most respondents tp4.he AAA ���member  survey listed more than one major grief  spoiling their vacation travel. Other  causes for uneasiness, and their frequency  of mention, were: traffic congestion in  urban areas (3'5 per cent); large trucks  and buses (32 per cent); billboards on  scenic highways. (26. per cent); yery_ large.  house trailers (22 per cent); and lack  -of any services on freeways (16 per cent).  who. reqoived   a -prize tr.  Talent   Night   Organized  Elementary  School.' Lartc  dervt of'Mrs. G. L. Broot  tar solo "GoWjyid Silve  It h-tiVbeen a qui,te m<  most people 'sticking clo  ih7lVw meetings Ihat'wc  lu'i'n cancelled. Difficult  iliiions have been, our"  kept in good condition and once one bird  overcomevthe problem of getting the' car  in an. out of the garage, it^was easy to  get around. ��� * y *  The story isn't always so good from  other parts of British Columbia. A recent  letter from Mrs. Edna Gladsone at Mer-  -ville reports lhat they had four feet of  snow and. it was taking them all their  time to keep trails cleared to the pens  where their animals were housed.  Mrs.  Olga Hynek  whn hag hppn   plan  ning a visit to the Bay since before Christmas,'hasn't yet managed to-get off Cortes  Island.  Ducks Unlimited  off er-lreer broehwe-  DUCKS  Unlimited   (Canada),   the   international conservation organization,\has  produced a new brochure entitled "Ducks  -Unlimited".. -  The full color brochure, folded road  map style, unfolds to form a wall chart  measuring.22V2x33 inches.  One side is composed of 24 water  color paintings of, duck species common  to Canada. The paintings, which' depict  both the" male and female of each species,  were done by Dv. cks Unlimited's artist, -  Angus  Shortt.  The reverse side of the chart contains  a detailed story of Ducks Unlimited, their  work in Canada, and the many benefits  which this worjt produces. Information  on waterfowl breeding areas, migration  routes, and waterfowl banding is also  given.  The brochure replaces the Ducks Unlimited publication entitled "Waterfowl  in Canaday. It is available free of .charge"  . Jby .contacting: Ducks Unlimited. (Canada)  1495 Pembina Highway, Winnipeg, Manitoba. R3T 2E2  P.O. BOX 375  I  Wharf Rd.f Sechelt, B.C.  Phone 885-9551  Does Tour Club or Group report its  Activities Beqularly to The Times2-  READERS' RIGHT  Truth Is SOtue���.Removed.  4   PENDER HARBOUR  TO EARL COVE & EGMONT  n  For  your   Real   Estate  and Insurance requirements contact  MR. JOHN BREEN  *    at 883-2794.  Mr. Breen has had ex-  tensive experience in  Real Estate and Insurance and now resides in the Pender  Harbour Area.  Box 128, Sechelt  AGENCIES  LTD.  Phone 885-2235  ~^~mm  rlwErfttor  ns-of^readers, and���not���neGessarily���tlu  I  -Xhe���Times.  <4_  THERE is an old saying, regarding the  news media, that you.only believe  half of what, you read or hear -and treat  the remainder with ^xtreme caution.  ��� Based on- some of; the ^lap-trap we are  fed today by the larger daily'newspapers  and broadcasts by radio and television,  we would suggest that far more than fifty  per cent should be discarded as so. much  garbage and the remainder treated as  highly questionable.  We are of course generalizing and  shoufd, perhaps, make clear the fact that  We can but wonder whether the  six hundred employees of Port Mellon  consider it an insulting sight. Or���how  do the many fishermen who land good  catches- of healthy salmon in the yicinity-  of the" mill manage if such filth exists.  We do not suggest that all is well  with the mill from an ecological ..point  of vieW, but, it is by. "no means' as bjfd  as this person has indicated. It is, in fact,  no worse than any other operation of  a similar nature and probably better  than many.        t     ''���..'-   nom-de-plume may be used j6r publication,  but all originals must, be signed by the wirter.  Social Do-QOOdetS ,, dential   battle   with   John   F.' Kennedy,  . . " we are likely to see the same technique  Editor, The Times,       _ _ tried again but j am. convinced that the  Sir:   Political .promises     are   3ust ��� so public. will not fall for it a seCond time.  much faalmley  when -t .candid-ales1 fail���trr  spell out who ultimately foots the bill���  as if government has a flourishing  "money tree" ..planted in the backyard of  his office! He' doesn't, Tired old Tommy  Taxpayer foots the bill as he "progresses"  all the way into the. poorhouse.  Don't get me wrong. I'm all for .the  kind of progress I want and can afford  to pay for.*I. just don't want  a caviar  ���  , PHILIPS. KERFIELD,  Vancouver," B.C.  Voice of Women?  Editor, The Times  Sir: Greetings in the new year. I wonder what causes the Voice of Women will  support this year. From their last bul-  letin/'November,   1971,  I note they pro-  thcrc are indeed exception in all media.  Unfortunately only too many prefer,, to  listen to the wild ravings of the sensationalist oriented.  cultural" environment at the" expense  of the br^ad^on my table. I want no"  "sports'*' palace, civic center or museum  at, the expense of a decent roof over my  headi I can do without a super-duper  rapid transit^-system - that is going to  take the shirt, oft my back  As an example in point,-we~$]uote  from a broadcast late last year by an  individual  who  was  obviously  cashing *�� t0�� mi*ny PeoPlc wno smuggiy.       I'm fed up with political. "c  ~ih~"oFlnFlhcnTcurrpnt amS-pojIuTion7���  -We do not suggesjt pollution no longer exists. It most certainly does and while  protests and outcrys no loriger predominate the scene they still continue, and  should continue, but .in a rather more  rational manner. .,..'.  Far too many people who smiiggly,  -pollution    "uilcr'their"llving���in~clean Industries;   snip"-thanipi^ bribe  bandwHCBon  Reuardinu a fishine cxncdi-    ttnd t0 losc track of the simple  facts   T6r' those voters" who pay no taxes or  lion u> Tron Son- areJJ^fiSd-    f '^^ Without industry there would have-   "SSJ^J^^J^^^  luturc and il slinfe ... If you have the c���c^ Every major Country has grown 6r   hfuldoyl,   f ros^nt    pSiuidiana   who  morbid fortitude to share my experience, u1ntl  prospered  around  the hub ol   in- promote social "progress" I dpn't, wont,  'take a visit   Yd" the Canadian    Forest dmW-   Some   clean,   some   filthy   a.nd didn't'ask 'for'and can't afford!  Products mill at Port Mellon. others  mediocre.   Most of .them,  from         In short, the sooner we learn''to cut  "By iniy standard of obscenity, Port lnc beginning, have been regarded,as eye- our suit according.to our cloth, the sooner  Mellon is the most obscene monument ��orcs and all wc can hope for is continued we will begin to progress as adults in-  ���to-mindlcss-grccd'-ln-jfll-or-beau  _130Ush-GolumW.-  ^     '   i"8 to eventual  improvements  both .in   W���?*$ " *��� ZaV'SS Sfi  appearance unci,cITIucnt:: ���       ,       iQi ,out ol  our   o\vn  piggy  bank!  This  The answer to the unreasonable radicals was given some time ago to such  a person-who makes a very nice Hying  hero in a clean indusrty, An official met  the1 demand for "Instant non-pQllulion!'  With "Fine, wc can bring this' about im-  mediat|cy simply by closing down the  mill". The radical who draws a largo  salary, pa|d in/ipart fronv high:;mill taxes,  rcn)aii][ipd silent thereafter.  mote , Rabbi Feinberg, on his latest  "peac"6" tour. Despite the Amchitka fiasco  they advise members to oppose all nii-  WE ARE PLEASED  TO ANNOUNCE  THE APPOINTMENT OF  PENtKSULA MOTOR PRODUCTS (1957) UD.  clear  testing   (we've  never  heard- them  protest against Peking or Moscow's testing, or India's invasion of East Pakistan).  I note that a  Toronto  group of the  I'm fed, up with political. "pne-upman-^_yWce_joOKP^lSaJ��T9 opposing Canadian.  tejcT books wli.ich.they, claim to be"racist,  not -to mention being printed in the U.S.A.  They  encouraged  members  to  commend  '������."������'���������T^-V.1V'.stiptions',".'who"',''sho.wed^''av.Tbice''v:'bf'';  Women T.V. documentary.  Between opposing the Alaska Pipeline  South' Vietnam, 'they cphtihue kriitthig  and seeking^ for "self determination" for  for North Vietnamese women and children. TThey "unequivocally support the  J,1 Sjjk �����!Jh<~ QH?b��c.. P.eoR'9.,.|o,.,self(,dcter,T,���,  .... "As,, wc. drove \\p to Port Mellon  from Langdale, the prospect faded before the oncoming filth of the air,  "Then wo saw the mill itself ancl,  ihc'sky above it rolling in tho flllh that  was vomiting from its'-various .outlets,  It iwas a depressing aild insulting sight.'  "And then wo saw the winter, thick  with oil and crud and ybsccnitles of  unimaginable' variety".,    .', '\  menps getting government back from tho  social "dp-goodors who havo tnkon pn  centralized dictatorial  powers using the  onv^-WHeh-a���group   of   radicals  dpeply promote' one P^'bvihco (Qucbe'c)"to  separate "to become a1 People'slRepubllc,"  It becornes pretty clear which way they  are heading. This vplqo Is certainly not  taxpayer as the gooso that lays golden ] 'ho voice of Canada's women,- simply  eggs!  ,   ,. PATRICIA yOUNQ  Dictatorship  Editor, The Tlnios,  Sir: ������ I  have  known your paper for  many years  and 'hi  this1  household  it  the squoalng of a very vocal and dangeri  <?us,minority,.of female radicals.  ;,;,; ,7 PETER A, WRIGHT,,  .New Westminister-;  Sechelt, B.C. ��� Phone 885-2111  AS  CANADIAN LIQUID  AIR   DISTRIBUTOR���   This new distributor has been established to provide personalized local  supply service for CLA products-in Sechelt and'surrounding district.  If yo,u use: ;.  ��� oxygen, acetylene, MAPP, nitrogen or..other industrial'gases  ��� medical gases -'  < welding and cutting equipment  ' ''"'    ��� Miller welders, welding electrodes and supplies -       A  You,.can .count on fast dependable deliveries from their large local  stocks. YournewCp\-DHrrTbTjtorrs:':fuTly"b"ac  ties and the techflical services of Canada's largest Industrial gas  ,,producer; They are looking forward to serving you 7 days a week  ���-���8 a,m. to 9 p.m. T., .   v       . ���  'in  L "I.  7 <U,iv J  'l"\\y,'\h >,',.>    7!7;,, ,7��'  ^\^ m\W,i> )m it^l'S  Vi<i \\"  7 !/ 'i��m'(  tfl\ >v  ([���W# I  *  The PENiNSUiJ^^weiJ.  !������   ' ".'- ���.' * ,m' ' /   MUahcd WptfgoBUnyB nt ^eahcllf  Mil H.C.'h .SiiHNhiiic Coast.  wc navo ai wuncsscu a great aoni genuine no\yf) coverage In most areas,  of oxagguratcd, t\ynted and biased, pub- , Yovuv editorial, ���"Tory popularity grows'1  llclty���'Icvbllcd at'thls'area by nic^pcnarics    was doad oh; Wb do not1 even' need tho  "'i>y ���   Powell Klycr Mown Town Crlor  J^iltdt'flitnsaJuU!,;  RiibNcilptlon Riyom (,ln iulvi\nc,o)  l.ocitl,Tpfipor yc'nr, lloyoad 3S mllcH, .$7.   ,,,���,y.*S,fAs^.$^,,0,y^rHc��^;..$U),,,,,., ..,,, ,...  'Nerving (lie w'u from,Port Mellon,to Rginont  (How* Soiuul to/crvh ln(t[t)  of tho media, It also happens with other  communities and does nothing other than  bring'the news media as a whole into,tils-  roputoi  'V  1  p (       '  -  W*"HI    '���i   i��**'  Wtwm*W��HM��t��'"MwW>^  .    ...w.-.r',,  , n     '  I (III* ����lt��l *.,t..,.l. ��t,,.h,l  rt^M^.(ltel Sivwsv.-^v^wwwww.ww'wv+^iw  CANADA PERMANENT TRUST CO  ,',"    -        '   .' 7l'  Welcomes.  ffallhR ,1^1)h, thq Southam News Soiwlco  or Choiioa l,ynoh to tell -us, that tho Tru- *  deau" trio > (TrudoaU;' Pollotlor" and Mrir-  chand) hnvo,1(cooked their koohq. liolwoon   !)Hfr^ln^i.lWy of ml,w9Q!LP�� Uollnrn  irmtit"'siirotv iic^^^^'w  iii     or    Icllon J   L        m in    c      Cominlssion,   Status   of  Women  fh.k-o,  ^k ��I;lLl<-vlMQn h atlon Hloops lo such    opportunities��for Youth, 'C;y,C,' nhd tho  , ,ni|uH-. ^nioroy.cn l��_ or switching oyer    idiotic p.cpponal. that, mo^ljuana WlJog��u  to ono ofr tho "rc'spoiwlblo stations. 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The Peninsula Times % Page A -3
Wednesday, January  19,  1972
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Recycling Awareness
Patrol'
with
SUNSHINE
COAST-RCMP
v,  .   Highway Patrol
1   --XJta^     *     ..
(QUESTIONS  pertaining to  traffic  laws
 and driving methods may be submit-•
ted to Const. Ron.Mangan, c/o The Penin-
• sola Times, Box 310, Secheh\B.C. or
phone   RCMP  at   885-2266).
Q- Is a car required txL,he^-eqnipped
with turn "signals'?
_ A. No. Hn-d/pypr if thoH1mH<r^Trrir<pM"
with turn signals they must be operational. A vehicle with right hand drive
is required to be equipped with mechanical or electrical signal- devices though.
The only exception to a left hand drive
vehicle would be where, the load would
obstruct a hand signal, then electrical or
mechanical  signals   are  required.
Q. Jt have "seen_ vehicles on the highway witT-fyah-"^"-plate"; What does this
mean?
A. An "X" proceeding the numbers on
the licence plate designates a vehicle
which only occasionally uses the highway and then only without load. Such
a vehicle might be a drilling rig that
does off-highway work and only period!1
cally uses the highway to get from one
_.:site to-another. This is a special conditional licence and violation of the condi-
tions would' make the licence 'invalid.
Q.   I've   just   finished   wrecking   my
- car for parts and it has this year's licence
plates on it. What am I required to do
with the plates? There isn't enough of
the year left for much of a rebate so
• I'm r*ot too interested in a refund so do
I *just throw' the plates away or what?
' A. Sectipn 45(2) states'... "Every person who dismantles or breaks up a motor-
vehicle,, or who has a motor-vehicle in
his possession for 'the purpose of breaking it up or dismantling it, shall, forthwith deliver up to the superintendent the
number-plates of the motor-yehicle." ' .
"" ~ '''"QrWHSTKasiJ'''th¥vngtt-b'f-way1virdnvesf
or a pedestrian?
A. In a crosswalk or at an intersection  a  pedestrian  has  the   right-of-way.   1
At any other place the pedestrian is to
yield  to  a vehicle.' Common sense  dictates.     -- ~ .
Q. Is "there-any regulation, concerning
the number of studs allowed in a tire?
A.   Yes—130  studs  for  a  vehicle up—
to 10,000_G.V.W. and 175 studs per tire
over that weight.
Skidding: Preventing a disastrous skid   '•
on ice is largely a matter of turning intp
the   direction   pf   the  skid.   If   the  rear
wheels   skid,    to   the   right,   "the  driver
IT'S difficult to re-cycle^ anything involved in our automobiles. But we
can conserve and cut down on pollution
by changing pur driving'habits. Cars are
responsible for about half of the country's ah- pollution, including'60% of the
'carbon monoxide, a colorless, odorless,
lei ha 1 fefas. We qeed cars in this area, but.
smaller  ones often, than we drive.
Besides considering a smaller car, here
,ar.e some .tips: _^_.. __     ..._    __.:■
1. Keep your engine tuned. Have the
positive cra.nkcase valve cleaned regularly. Keep. tUe carhnratar. adjusteoVClean
or replace the-air filter regularly. A grimy
filter can increase emission*^3y.N75%.^!Use
noti-lead   or. low-lead ...fuels,  when   pos-<
sible.   Keep   spark   rjlus   and   points   in"
good condition.    '.  "       •  #   - 7.
2r Don't let your giigine 7dle..need:
lessiyrldirng'.prbduces-ihe' highest, con-'
centrat-ion  of  pollutants,
■ * ■■ .
3. Double., up on trips. Form or join
a car.-pool for regular trips.
. .4. At the gas- station, don't let them
"top-otf your; tank.-. This causes waste
and. spillage. . '.'-,'
5. Drive smoothly. Fast acceleration
and deceleration causes'' higrr^oTIution.
emission. -
Canada Safety Council
CANADA Safety Council toda/armouhc-7
ed   that   it   is   launching  a  new   pro-'
gram to prevent accidents'caused by the
misuse* of  aicoliolic  beverages.
.The program takes a new approach
lo the problem of drinking and driving.
"Wc are not "advocating abstinence",
says Phjl Farmer, executive director of
the1' Council..
"Instead, the program. is designed to
re-establish the-Itbst/guest relationship hi
its proper perspective. -Emphasis is on
the   responsibility  of  the  social, drinker
--.... . and alcohol misuse
" WlKJ^dfives a' car."- ".'''"'.."   7      '.;" '
He explains that .traditionally a good
host is one who sees 'that his guest has
more "than,.enough-to. eat and drink. One
goal of ifchfi • new program is to try to
change ^^traditional outlook . from one
of beiQg^a^good provider to one of being
concerned for the safety and-well-being
. Pi'guests. Another is tn_mak£L-any^adult-
social .drinker aware of.his, responsibilities  to  himself,, to  his. passengers   and
others'"oh the road.
"To be a gotid- friend does «ipt- mean
that one must abstain from serving al-
qoholic, beverages when j pnfertarnfng. ft
does mean that'the.host will make every
effort to keep everyone below the critical
level where ability to drive is impaired.
"Recent  research   has   indicated .that
_ the^ social f drinker is a leading_-.icause of
" automobile s accidents,"   ne   says.   Theije
were- J5030 • traffic  deaths' in  Canada  in
. 1970 and 177,930 reported injuries. Ecoh-
ornic loss is "estimated at two billion ddL-
lars. "       j> ^
"Even   though   the   problem     of  .the
drinking   driver   is   enormous   and   very
.complex,   putting     the   'You * are »Your
-Brother's   KeepeF^nfteory"' into'- practice
is not so difficult," says Mr. Farmer. 7
R   "It; calis-fof^tl-r^-lTostTo realize that
a good time does not depend on him being an overly-good provider- of alcoholic
beverages.
ctory
ACCOUNTANTS
RALPH C. DUCKWORTH
CHARTERED ACCOUNTANT
Telephone: 885-9515 - Telephone: 886-2912
SECHELT, B.C. GIBSONS, B.C.
W.  Philip Gordon
CHARTERED ACCOUNTANT
Tel:   Bus.  886-2714,  Res. 886-7567
Harris, Block, Gibsons, B.C.   ■—7-
ART SUPPLIES
Telephone 886-2069
ROSE & ART ENTERPRISES
Pottery, Supplies, classes & firing
dealer for Duncan's Cerqmic products
Pine Rd. & Grandview Ave.
P.O. Box 62, Gibsons, B.C.
AUTO  SERVICE
SECHELT HOME SERVICE
Atlas Parts -. Good Year Tires
24 Hoi-r Towing
885-2812 or 885-9979
AutqMptiy'e under^qating
"v"~ STEAM CLEANING       ;
COMPLETE CAR CLEAN-UP
. _ JSIMQNIZI NG 1_	
5hoU4d steer to the right" if they skid to
the left, turn left. Of course, preventing a skid in the first place is a major
'safety practice of winter-wise motorists.
»purnpjng your brakes is the safest way -
to stop your car on snow and ice while
at the same time maintaining steering
control. Rapid pumping, three to five
times a, second, lf^eps your wheels roll-
-^ngrrrevepting^^aiigOTpns^kid: :	
Definition pf Defensive Driving: Driving te prevent accidents in spite pf the-   •
-incorrect- actions ~of -others, ~ or  adverse ~~
conditions.
Winter Driving Tip: Extra weight in
your trunk gains little, risks a lot in
more chance of side skids—-no more than
CO lbs if you are' set on doing it. Snpw
....often..is,.packed and .polished by sliding
and spinning wheels at approaches to
intersections, Lpok ahead and slow down
:.':.v'.in'.:vtirne, Ice is:"twice* asrslippery'at' 30'*'
degrees as it is at' zero degrees so wet
ice in sunny areas is more 1 'dangerous.
<, Avoid.a sliding CRASH-into1 the vehicle
-ahead-^STRETGH-your •' following - din* •■
. tance WAY out in winter.,
Esslemont Equipment Services
Phone 886-2784
Box 436, Gibsons, B.C.
BANKS
ROYAL BANK OF CANADA
SECHELT BRANCH—Phono 885-2201
GIBSONS BRANCH-—Phone (386-2201
HOU$S:
Sechelt: Tues.-Thurs. 10 pi(n.-3 pr.m.
Fri. 10 a.m.-6 p.m.; Sat. 10 a.m.-j3 p.m.
"Gibsons: Mon.-1 hurs. 10Tnrrn=3-pnnr
, Fri. 10 a.m,-d p.m.
BLASTING
CONTROLLED BLASTING
ALL WOf^K INSURED
FREE ESTIMATES
 ''FRfeD^bONUEY "-'
_ Pender,Ha rbpu f^ - J83-2403 r
•fnr"
PENDER^HWQOURT-"
 jftmuMeLi
(Undenprnlhatlonai)
SUNI^Y SCrlodt ANli) BIBLE CUSS
'   ?;45 /V.M.
CHURCH SERVlCE--]llspip A.M.
Paster Roy. Wajtor S. Ackroyd
MadpfpiP^^ 8^^-2374
WAT^R SURV^S|Ry!CES
For Expert FJIqsting
FREE ESTIMATES ■
Phone 885-2304 L. C. Emerson
1   If No Answer Leave Message at '   :..'.
c;««:.l883^763fk?8o77.3^!r"  '
R.R. 1, Sechelt, B.C.
|'«SiVi«l!**'J5'*rt*(*
BUILDING  SUPPLIES  (con.)
Free Estimates - Fast Service
^G & W ORlfWALL
Dryjvall acoustic and textured ceilings.
Now Servings"Gibsons area and the Peninsula,
Phone 884-5315
l7      . Box166, Pftti Mellon, B.C.
CABINET MAKERS
OCEANSIDE FURNITURE &       /
J?AMNET SHOP   0
HARDWOOD SPECIALISTS
.   FINE CUSTOM FURNITURE    .
KITCHEN AND BATHROOM CABINETS
Our Cabinet Units Are AirPrefiinshe?~Beforft
Installation.
R. BIRKIN —. Beach Ave., Roberts Creek, B.C.
Phone 886-2551        -
pljfB»;fOife
COAST BACKHOE & TRUCKING
■-" ""    ";" LTD.'      "■' """■
Fill, Cement-Grqyel, D|rain Rock, ejtc.
B©x 89, Madeira Petjt
'-          phone 833^274 "
L &,H SWANSON LTD.
READY-MIX CONCRETE J" '
Sand and Gravel - Backhoes      .    "
Ditphing - Excavations
    QmCE.M. BENhlER^BLpC^7* .
885-9666/ Box 172, Sechelt, B.C.
PHONE 885-9550
RON'S CONTRACTING
y$3j3%y
Clearing - Excavations - Road Building.
Grading - Fill - Road Grayel - Crushed Rock-
Phone: Sechelt 885-9550
Landudearing - Road Building
Tree Topping - Seleofiye Lpgging
'■   -pete Dubois); * -^y;*
T^lfepJipiifi 8J[i^!*17
R;R. 1, Madeira Park, B.C.
DISPOSAL SERVICES :
-    S^SHIr^lE^bAsf^DIS
PORT'iv\ELLON.!tobP^COVE
Tel: 886-2938 or 885-9973
CallJJsforY^MrpjsFrpsal Heeds.      '' *■
When, Renpyatin^ 'Or Sprin.g>Cle^nihg.;,.'.'
 '''''"''''''''Cohtalhe'rs'Avaijqblqi.'""'"'    " '"'•"';""'"
':ELEC1-|<ICIAM,S7^'^'-',^;^''m-'^1
,,.^'4^)^'4,!-^CTRf,C>^^    	
Reslderitlal - Industrial and Marine Wlrlno
Electric Heat - Line VYork
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BHICKLAYINlG
A. SIMPKINS
. B,ox 517 - Sechelt, B.C.
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^■wptwWffw"WW»W* •
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Sunday School —^ T 0100 a.m._.,—
Church Service —- 11 tlS a.m.
Evonlnq S<?ryl«9 7t^0 p,ni.
' PASTOR REV. S. CASSELLS
PoyI* Bay Road and Arbutu*
(2 block* up.from Hlahvy)
Phono 885-2132
BUILDERS
•W77t,.:..v»<  "■    ■ .    I        i
i     ' V     I
COR ZUfDEM^
i Tho United Church of Canada
SERVICES
< I-
St, John's Unlfod Church - Davit Bay
'   Sunday Services * ?j30 a.rrii
Roborts Crook United
Sunday Soi^lcos « 2j3^ p.jn.
Glbioni United Church
""T* Sunday'Servr&i ?]'\ i 15JQSrC
Port f^ellon Mnlted   	
Sunday.5orYfcefl7 yjaoV.m,
**i^ ^WsfstiWJ|«^WiftW)i«B'(
,„l^_1^2nU-arKHtlrSwndays)-'*-
' '        Mlnlitry   , ,   ,
Rov, Jim Williamson - Gibsons -:oa6-2333
por All Yoilir Renovations, Repairs
and Catjlhef Work,
Phono 88S-S35 "'"
1      '      II i'1 • 1 I1'.       .  "   :.m ,"
-PLY^ONE-P^VEtOP^^f?-^
__HOJUSl^G_CpRR.JLTD
;;Baptisf.'^wc|i '^ry^V
-^BETNErBAPTfJT^H.V?^
, Mermqld and Troll, Sechelt ,;
";; Sunday School 10:00 a.m. f
Morning Worship \\i 15 a.m.
-CAiyAR^BAPTlST-CHORCH'
" 'farlrRdrrGfbsbm-
,'   Sunday School 9'A5 dm.
..,,.. Evening }Yprsh|p 7:00, p.m.,, ^
Pastor, Roborl Allaby     i
';',. lr7.(ff85a8^V:,7:,,,',,,,|:::,;,:,1;;
,,.,. 7 ," '      YOU,
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VfilW   -^vhS >«m* if
Urn Hili    > fUM.jmW'n
'Sunshjnp Coast ar\d |s|ands"' *)*'' "
, CONVENTIONAL,.MbDWLAR'AND PREFAB
,,.,,.    „ Wo Havo ,A Thousgijd Idepi  M . $   «
'     Our Prices Are Compothlvb       *
Cost Nothing To Call BnS-^ - flifirffl*
Write Box 67£ - Secholt, n,C,'
' '  ' '—:'"'■'■ -; r-^'
TRICON DEVELOPMENTS"|,TP~
" ," ;'Ci|5TOM','HOME^ "n PRf-fA^V^MES"    •'
if-—""'. Hj^h^"olhyTr-H^J^ps^obio^rtcos- -H-	
"Buy a Packabq and orqct It yourself, or get
" f   '        -dur profopsl^iial help, '.'
GARDEN DAY, B.C. - phono Evo». 883-2723
BUILDING SJpiPtm
 I I ■	
IIIHA..I     III   I
READY-MIX CONCRETE AND
;^, BUILDING pUPPUES ,'77 ;,,.
Yomr Ono Stop EMIding Storo
", , For A» Your Building Noedi
^BSONS^UILTSINiTSOPI'PESrTrpT
T^I^CRPKBJJILDINQ SUPPLIES,
'   i    '    '     PIAL •'   ' '
Gibsons 886-2291 ^ Secholt ,885-2288
■in ' I-    .» i       <'     ' ■ ' "i     i  ,        7 ' i
t, WHEM Y0,U NEEOBMILDINQ SUPPLIES
"7,-    GIVE US A» GALL'.''7,,.,,',."'.
.   iu»** ft-* Mt*V*i(»% i«iJift'»\w
FREE ESTIMATES    , m\ •
""        .       i ii i hiii»— "in i       l*i   ■■    >il| „. |,,_,
'I'HIiSlfcaH^
Residential - Commercial -.. Industrial
■r ...I J, i'r.:.'("."'..vO',l-f ijWi'.,-, '«v.l...f(,..t, ;i'". •■  »i..(-'"V(li l.   'J'1 \-,".i ...I,
 Ll _,.,Sj^JlEL;E^TR;!C....Ltl>. 7	
Gov't- Certified Electricians
ii'    .-.       «   *.
Phono pay or Evo. 885-2062
1 JIM McKENZIE
, ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR
'  Residential Wirlriq .and Major,.-V..'
.   „ [ Appliance Repairs ,      (  , ,/.
PHONE 885-9978 »'
Boi 3^/; Sechelt, B.C. -        f
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FURMACES (continued)
PARKINSON'S HEATING LTD.
GIBSONS
■T        TESSOTOIL-RJRNACES	
OPTOMETRIST
No down payment - Bank interest
, Ten years to coy
For free estimate—Call 886-2728
Complete line of appliances
HAIRDRESSERS
Gibsons
ANN'S COIFFURES
in the Bal Block
Next to the Co-op Store
886^2322
SECHELT BEAUTY SALON
Dianne AJlen, Proprietor
Expert Hair Styling
^€owr1e^Sr~~-- PhoBr
Sechelt, B.C.
885-2818
HEATING & SHEET METAL
OIL FURNACES, STOVES'AND HEATERS
All makes Vacuumed, Cleaned and Repaired
All Work Guaranteed
COASTLINE SERVICES
Phone 885-2021
Box 798 "~    Sechelt, B.C.
HALL SHEET METAL
Domestic - Commercial - Industrial
Telephone 885-9606
Box 164, Sechelt, B.C.
OIL FIRED WARM AIR HEATING
QIJ. FIRED WATER HEATERS
Nothing Down — 10 Years; To Pay
' •"■. 7    7'7''"Light Plumbing
Roy Blanche Madeira Park
883-2401 883-2778
 L    .       •    *      ^—„•■••       	
IIXPM^RKSU-^ —1——
^Jhilfc^Ml^^NA^^11^-
IRON WORKS
7   J - WROUGHT IRONiRAll;lNGS'.
AND MISCELLANEOUS ORNAMENTAL
-IRONWORK
Phone 886-7029 - 886-7056 - 886-7220
.7,7,..,'':-. .r FREE^'ESTI MATES ■-•
JANITOR SERVICE
FRANK E.  DECKER, OPTpMETRIST
_     Bal Block - Gibsons	
Every Wednesday
886.2248
PLUMBING AND  HEATING
OIL .FURNACES, STOVES & HEATERS
CLEANED AND REPAIRED '
ALL MAKES
All Work Guarantegd
COASTLINE SERVICES
Bernina & Omega
Sa les,-Pa rt5-Servic«-
'*/  ■     Phone 885-2021
Box 798 * Sechelt, B.C.
SEASIDE PLUMBING
t Gibsons
Plumbing - Pipefitting - Steamfitting
Hp>W^ter Heating":- PipeLagging
FREE BTIMATES
Phone 886-7017 01 886-2848
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^54jl-Ju,1,;I,y ' reach-nearly J0f000 peoplol..,»]..,..^..,-..•([» -i- ....  ���^���-r  v_>3fe  Page A-4 Poninstila.TiHies, Wednesday, January 19,1972    ^AL KTATE (conf) REAL  ESTATE  (Continued!    FOR RENT (Cont.)  WANTED  AUTOS & TRUCKS (ContJ   -AUTOS 8ATRUCKS (cont.)  Published Wednesdays by  Powell River News Town Crier  Sechelt Times Ltd. s  "  ,   -at Sechelt, B.C.  Established" 1963  '���'-���: ^  Member, Audit Burea*  "ot Circulations ���  Sept. 30, 1971  Gross Circulation 2915  Poid Circulation 2478 v  As filed with the Audit Bureau  of Circulation, subject to audit.  Classified Advertising Rates:  3-Line Ad-Briefs (12 words)  One   Insertion ���._���$ l>00  Three Insertions J $2*.UU  Extra' lines Ol words) _v-_ 2Uc  i This rate does not apply to'  commercial Ad-Briefs)  ANNOUNCEMENTS  MR. and Mrs. Ronald McKean  0 of Sechelt, B.C. wish to announce tire marriage of- their  youngesl. A daughter Barbara  Jeairto Mr. Rick McCutehepn-,  son of Mr. Dave McCutcheon  of Sylvan Lake; Alberta arid  Mrs. Ton McCulcheon of .Calgary, Alberta. The marriage  ; look place in Sylvan Lake .on  December   29,    1971.        7825-8  BIRTHS  ROBKRTS CHEEK: Oye acre  featuring 113; frontage on  folk, top, walcr, hydro and  phone available. $1,500, down,  bal.   ea��;y   monthly   payments..  NEW7split'level home in attractive setting. Main fear  lures of this charming 3 bdrm.  home is open living, _ensuite  plumbing and lovely tiled  kitchen with colored appliances and matching break^ast-  set.-fieautifui'stone fireplace-  across":>ne end of liv. rm. Has  r^UART McMYNN  REALTY &  INSURANCE  Multiple Listing Service'  Box  238,   Gibsons,* B.C.  GIBSON'S RURAL: 2 five  - acre blocks on the-.Chaster  Road. Flat-land and' easy''to  clear. Sold together or just  5^,750.  each.  ���' (       .������    '  77  EAST   PORPOISE   BAY:   170"-*   Walerlrdntage, 1^$-acres of  potential for development. F.P.  .SELMA , Park  meeting.   Ph.  Hallj    $5   per  885-94377  7343-tfn  WATERFRONT ��� ���Sorheoncls.  dream, .modern 3 bedroom  home with fireplace, furnace,  sundeck, and patio. Complete  privacy in over an- acre of  trees and lawn. Stove, fridge,  washer and some furnishings.  $160 per month to right party.  Phone 'Mr. John Hall at 885-  2881.. * 7753-8  SMALL or large blocks of  timber on the Sedhelt Peninsula. -Old or second growth  timber Write J. Howse, Box  678.   Sechelt,   B.C. 7880-10  ���**    SALAL WANTED.  If you are browned  off,  try me.  ��   v  NAIDA WILSON     -  7.   _    ._ ����_5-?746-,  ���      ;' ."     " 75C3-52  to- be seen to appreeiate;'oniy-W?-5Q0--lwiJja"&ood tBrms--  $18,0*00.   down.  GIBSONS: A dandy little  starter \home. Conveniently  located and ...with a nice view  living room with, fireplace; 2  bdrms.,   kitchen,   utility,   part  PORPOISE   BAY:    Large,   lot  F20   x   l'W- all   cleared   and  p'anted   in' young   t'ryit   trees,  with a very attractive 650 sq.  It.   home   and   a.  smaW   guesi.-  cottage. Priced to sell.  sml: A-Qil  heat.  Easy  tgrpis    GIBSON'S    RURAL:    6    acre  Box Numbers  .,_ 10c extro  ilBSONS AND SECHELT  WESTERN  DRUGS  ...   is   pleased   to   sponsor   this  Birth    Announcement' space,    and  extends Best Wishes to the happy  parents. ,  PERSONAL  50c Book-keeping charge is added  for Ad-Briets not paid by  publication date.  Legal  or   Reader   advertising   35c  per count line.  Subscription Rates���  By   Mail:  Local Area  - $6.00 yr.  Outside Local Area    $7.00  yr-  U.SiA. : $9.00   yr.  Overseas   __, $10.00   yr.  Special Citizens,  Local   Areo $3-50         Canada : MJUL  ALCOHOLICS Anonymous ���  rvieetings 8:30 p.m., Thursdays, Wilson Creek Community Hall. Ph. 885-9327, 886-  2343 .,   4979-t.fn  WISH   to  contact  Latter  Day  Saints members. Phone 885-  2175 or  886-2546. 6766-tfn  BUSINESS   OPPORTUNITY  BY  on $13,500.  -'R5; BUTLER REALTY  LTD:  ALL TYPES INSURANCE  Gibsons, B.C.  Phone 886-2000  MEMBER   MrrLTTPtE-tTSTlNti---  jsarioramic   view Hot   with���a-  near-nc-w    very     attractive    3  bed., full basement home. This  price  has been  reduced for a  quick sale. Act NOW.  GIBSON'S BAY AREA; 3 bed.  home. ��on a. nice flat one acre  lot.   Enquire  for  full   particu-'  lars. . .  HALL for rent���^-Watson-Greek-  /  Community    Hall.  . Contact  Mrs. Ehane Anderson 885-2385.  7815-tfn  .,       . ���  WANTED TO RENT  MOTHER   and    two . children  ���-   require 2 bedroom home- -in  TRAILERS SCAMPERS  1970  KENSKILL 8 x/27  Travel Trailer for sale.  Private  bedroom   and   full' . bathroom.  Call 886-2664 after 6 p.m,  7795-tfn  1966  CHEVELLE Malibu, V-8  auto   trans.   2   door,   beautiful   condition,   $1200   sacrifice.  Ph 885-9654.' . 7676-t.fQN  WHITE      Corolla      automatic...  1200  sedan,  1971,  14,000, mi.'  Best  offer.  Ph..  8I36_-258Q, .__.._.  '���-  "'-'- .-' -._'*7788.--9.  19C7,  FORD   Mercury   Vis   ton -  ��� picK-up with canopy - automatic  transmission,  newj snow  tires���Gtjrjd^oTidttiDrfr^l'tOR^1'"  best  offer/"Phone  886-7244  or.  886-2353. ������-.        ���7853-i:0-  SELL or swap 1968 Oldsmo-  . btfc F-85, 2 fir., 350 V-8,  stand, trans*.'' 33,000 miles. Ex.  cond. sell $2,000 firm or swap  for % ton pick-up. Ph. 885-  2480. -7814-8  19.69   DATSUN   pick-up    with  "astronaut canopy,-snow tires.  Ph.V885.��9-784\      �� 7809-10  1357   CHEV" half-ton   pick-up  v/ith. ex,tras.. Gpdd   running  order,' $400. Ph. 886-7461 eves.  7765-8  WW  "VOLKSWAGEN   Beetle,  4   hew   tires   excellent   running order, $1050. cash. Phone  885-9654. 7679-tfn  BOATS & ENGINES  Sdclwlt area.  Ph.  885-9550.  .   7783-9  FOR    SALE    1955    two"   door  FURNISHED   homes   required  to rent Gibsons area. Phone  Bob   Gray   112-684-0246   local  355. .   7886-10  CARS & TRUCKS  1931   FORD  model "A", sedan  set   for   small   block.  Chev.  Also  1961  Austin  mini  Phone  485-5856 (Powell River);  7762-8  CHEV\ also 61 Falcon station-  wagon," $200 each. Ph. '885-  9054. 7829-8  16 FT. Ski boat- for sale will}  balanced,     blueprinted    ^83  Chev engine.  Offers.  Ph.^ 112-  485-5856. .     1811-10  FOUND     .....,".  FOUND in Sechelt laundromat  engagement ring, nurses pin.  college    "pin     (BCIT),  \,ladies  change purse., Ph. '885-9,578.  '     '    7884-8  SERVICE  7857.^8.  6y Comer:  ^Oe�����ncv  OV/NER  ~WT1T  consider  General    store  tradeT  house  REDROOFS ROAD ���Lot 78'  by 268' with potential- view  of Sargeant Bay. Quiet area,  10 min drive from Sechelt.  Hydro, telephone and possible  well site. $3900 cash. Phone  885-9654.    .   ' 7777-tfn  20  ACRES  undeveloped, view  -pi^7pei4Tr~V4t4trge-��ll--SedtteM-T  Member  Vancouver  Real   Estate   Board  PHONE   886-2248  ��   .Notary Public  LISTINGS   WANTED  Vince Prewer 886-9359  Wally Peterson      886-2877  Ron McSavaney    886-9656  Box" 238,  Gibsons,  B.C.  7855-8  Member-of���the-Mttlttpie���Ltetlrtg���Service-  SECHELT AGENCIES LTD.  Copyright and/or property rights  subsists in all display advertising  and other material appearing in  this edition ot the Sechelt Peninsula Times. Permission to reproduce wholly or in p���ort and in  any torm whatsoever, particularly  by a photographic or ottset process  in a publication, must be obtained  in writing from the publisher. Any  ��� unauthorized reproduction will tje  ���-. subject     to     recourse     in     law.  ,������ c '���; ' ���  "In the event of a typographical  error advertising goods or services,  at a wrong price, goods or services  may not be sold and the difference  charged to the newspaper. Advertising is merely an offer to self,  and may be withdrawn at any  time."���(Supreme Court decision).  Advertising is accepted on the  condition that, in the event of  rytopgrophicdl error, that portion-  of nhe advertising space occupied  -by   tl?3$���erroneous���Mwrv���togetbe*���  or   property.   Phone    886-24b"P  lanc^aecess,-430,000,   Will   sell    VIEW   i0t���Selma   Park.   Nice'  eves.  7791-9  PETS  PURE bred^ Great Dane bitch,  $150.00 and Pure bred Basset  bitch. $75.00. Both house-trained and affectionate. Four-O-  Eight Boarding Kennels, Tel.  885-9469. 7 7771-8  NEEDED ���Good home for  , beautiful registered Samoy-  ed female, 3 yrs.. Liska is an  excellent companion and well  trained, -owner moving. Phone  Julie  886-7277. 7823-8  GOLDEN  puppies,  to   good  2080.-  brown   arid   black  Medium   size,   free  homes.   Phone   885-  ��� 7881-8  with reasonable allowance for signature,   will   not   be  charged   for,  but the .balance of the advertise-  -mcnt-will  bo'paid 'for���at tho ap'  4 MALE kittens free  to good  homes.  Ph.  885-9747,  7883-8  in 5 acre blocks at $8,000 each.  Write Box . <310, Peninsula  Times, Sechelt. 7483-tfn  LAKEFRONT ACREAGE  PENDER HARBOUR: Two adjacent parcels of 59 acres  each. North Parcel has .2000  ft. frontage on Mixal Lake.  Sbutfi, Parcel has 1200 ft. {rojnt-  with"#laclr*Top Roads through  each. Perfecl .situation for subdivision - Resort^ type development or as holding investment. Approx $1,000 per acre-  25 per cent Cash on Terms.  Jock   Hermon   883:2745  BARGAIN!!   Like  to buy  a  3  bedroom view home in Garden   Bay   toy  $11,600.00?   I've  got. one to show you! '  Jock  Hermon  883-2745.  plicable rdte.  A compositio^p-^hnrge is made for  advertising accepted and put into  production, but cancelled before  publication"! Change from original  copy when proof is submitted to  ci^tomer is also chargeable at an  hourly rate for the additional  work.  REAL EST Alb  CHARLES ENGLISH LTQ.  Sunnycrest    Plaza  Gibsons  location, all services, cleared  asking $5,200,,cash. Phone 885-  9339. 7818-10  WEST SECHELT  WATER FRONT  L..8 acres with beautiful 3 bedroom,.. 2 bathroom home, superb-grounds. Level to beach,  directly^. hr_front of Trail ..Islands, 6 minutes to" Sechelt.  Village.  A FANTASTIC BUY  $25,00.0 Handles.  AND  3 'Othe:'   waterfront   properties  with VIEW. Full price range  $27,000 and up.  2 bedroom MODERNIZED Log  Home oh Hwy. 101 close to  Peninsula    Hotel,    RBaS-orrabier  Rent. References Required.  FOR  the   most  in  Waterfront  SECHELT AQENCIES LIMITED invite you to list your property  with one of our salesmen and thereby avail yourself of the  best possible service to sell ypur property.  Some of the benefits of a  listing with Secheit'Agencies -Ltd.:  1.  Competent staff of   12, to give prompt, capable attention  to   all   details  of   your   property   regarding   appraisal,   advertising, zoning and possible subdivision, etc. with personal  ������attention nnd supervision nf, this hnck-wp .serviCR by youc.  <s  personal salesman.  2. Continuous advertising of catalogue available in two daily  Vancouver newspapers.  3. Regularly updated catalogue of properties availoble.  4. Continuous advertising  in two local weekly newspapers.  5. Well equipped office located at the point of most traffic  in   Sechelt  with  adequate   parking.  THINKING REAL ESTATE?  THINK SECHELT AGENCIES LIMITED!  Always remember there is NO CHARGE  if we DON'T SELL!  Call anyone of the following Salesmen at their home number  or at our Office, 885-2235 .,-.      ���  SECLUDED but accessible by  good lane, 160 acres beautiful well . elevated uncje-  veloped property, year round  creek, some ocean view, near  Secret Cqve. $60,000. Will  accept, some terms. Box 310  -P-eninsula���T4mesr-3eehe-lt  7799-7  MOVING to Coastal Area ���  Interested in. secluded, fully  modern, 2 b.r. waterfront residence, Log construction preferred. Fishing and boating.  What offers. Reply giving d'e-  ESTATES LTD.,*���*  Van.  Direct 433-6546  REAL ESTATE-.  Box 769  SECHELT,  B.C.' ,  885-2241  10 LEVEL ACRES,       ���  ���Plus 42x72 Cement  Block Building,. Aluminum  hip roof, pdved  road, city w'qtcr, Idea,! for business site, Real YalUq,";.;";-;  $22,000.00 Terms.'      A  tails and price. No agents.  Write Box 7752, c/o Peninsula  Times, Box 310, Sechelt; B.C.  - _���-  - 7752^8.  Property call JOHN BLACK  local 886-7244 (evenings 886-  7316)  MacGREGOR. PACIFIC  REALTY LTD.  Box ?99, Gibbons, B.C.  Van Direct:'685-3133 ,  ^ _. ,���,__> .7Rfi��-l'  SELMA PARK No. 2360  Delightfully finished 3 bedroom post & beam, fully insulated home,  1440 square feet, 8 years old. A/Oil heat plus fireplace. Dining  room, could be 4th bedroom. Carport. View ot water, steps to  beach. Level lease lot, rental $70.00 year. Asking $19,300 with  $10,000 down, balance at . $125.00 month. Peter Smith,  885-9463 eves.  WILSON CREEK WATERFRONT No. 2314  158   feet   secluded   waterfront.,- facing   south,   with   all   electric,  well  finished 2 bedroom home.  Fireplace,  insulated, This is real  privacy   of   approx.    1    acre   of  beauty.   Good   garden.  ��Asking  $42,000,   wlth$T8,000   down.   View   this   &   try   YOUR   otter."  Peter Smith,  885-9463  eves.  310 ft waterfront, over 3 acres on 2 separate parcels. Very  large home���6 (could be 10) bedrooms���-an excellent start for  a fishing lodge and resort. Good beach, lots of floats. $70,000  full price, good terms. Or house can be purchased with 100 ft.  waterfront lot for $42,000.  /**  DAVIS RAY  No. 2043  WATERFROJ^X  *J.,beclrwni-cabin.Jocalod^,on��larno,.Domlnion-lflQ!>��>��loL.Q|���/Y)iMloiu���  Pumt, Secluded, all services available. fi��collon( Hat iandy buacli.  F.P, $7,500, Slan Anderson, 885-2385   WEST SECJ-fELT  Loryo view  lul  on hlijhway,   fully  iiorvicocl,  could  bu  '..ulxllvklad  inlu J  lull.   121^420,  l-.l1,   $8/800,  Slan Andoiwn,   085-2305,  ������ ��� ' SERGEANT BAY  2  loryo rocir-cillon  loiii,  both   Irocd,  only  '?i   inllo  to  bwlminlnfj  and libhlnrj. oosy iiccobs,  mobile homo  zoninrj.  $3,950 uach or  both lor $7,500, Slan Andorbon, 085-2385,  rr���^"r? 7   ,    '  "     ���     PENINSULA PLUMBING .  Thlii lu,.a fjuing concern, Jprgo More, modon-i''equipment, uwnor'u  t,uila on i)rumls>ut> and,room lor expansion malsa this one of lha  boil buys In l,ho arop, $60,000 F.P.i thl&'lnclucjos a'slock Irir  vonlory ul over $10,000, Call Slan Anderson, 805-23Q5,  Dcivli,   WATERFRONT���DAVIS BAY  |Joy--r|pvol  booch  qccoh,   lanclscapod  rjroijnds,   l6rao  conioi)l��|)utlo,��pQvod��tlrivoway,K.rjciraoQ��and���pvQr~10Q*.loot*of��i  wcitorlront, all make this 2 B.R, homo ono of the boat water-  froi\| huinoit, |gr iioloJn,iho. qmo, Pcdroorns. qihI llvlnp rooni.  JaoYqiiYfllUl  -too  kt^^oa��u&l^^  .o.Ql5J,|.M..���.  5 LEVEL ACRES  Vlllurju of Glbitunii, gmnl dull lieva, loncml on Vllluuu wulur i.upply  .   ,     ,���,,,,        uiul puvoil road. P.P.JM.O.bOG, fl  ���'7 ""^      WATtRFRONT' LOTS^     7*,"^   ��� On Inlu" In!  In WoM  Secholl. Suulliom oWpcihuro,  iiicoly'  lurml  24yJMi��alaia^'lu^I��M^  Vlow cull Sii/,onno Von Lgmoiul ol flub.22  \W,  CHARLES ENGLISH LTD.  Rfoa^Estalc &��� Insurance  Notary.   Public " &   Appraisals  suti'N'SreRES'f' shopping'>  CENTRE v,  v'rv7:..'^V.',,;''Gibs^niS,';B,C.'1,,'';''''r^'';v:'-'.��'',  "COHNEltSTONB": Gib.sons  ...'....must... clQsirccl... .conici'...', com-....  lilclc with two DUPLEXES,  overlooking \pc- Hafboifr,' with  . Immaculately kept grounds,'  with frull trees & patios, and  ���.ou.tHlUo����-Hlor��t*o-~w8hodH1i,-vfor-.  every unit. Two uiills % bedroom unci fli'uijjlucuH, and 2  Units with'1 beclroohV, electric1  heat, all very mydorn. This  Is a rbvc-iuu! property and  nound Investment, Details on  riMiuosl. and viewing by up-  p()l,i)lni<)ni; (inly. ' ���    ���.- ���  i IHUI-a-iai Thq Action Line   ,  UQWEK .POINT HOADrXuv-  ,.r.,uly.weJUMHHJ.,b��^i:i)��liV^C^  , ��� btiHomont   homo v\(n\���siiaolouH'  7,0 I'l,  kit, fli'oplt^ri, hardwood  floors, ' Mhliy" bit'thrboin',   1^,P,'  $��{J,30q  with  lormH,  ���' >--]-'���������''<'������[ ijflq^iJi , ���"."������������������'"v'.-.-,"  U i'lOUilQQM llOMI*] on oloar-  m! f��;, ael'iis, .Jillj'hwuy ,1,01,  cIoho to CllbsonHj Has 11)00 Hi),  If, Clai'ni'o, nhucl, family room,  ����.l'li:oi).l��itu.���l'oal-..l'iin\.ll,v.u,humola,  Full   prleu   .'ll'ifi.OOO,   on   good  ...... l'UI!UlH,   .,���.,.���;,,..,.....,., ,   MOBILE HOMES  'M6MLE~Hom^7il^57F^ed-"  rooms, complete with skirting  and    aluminum    awning.  Only 2 years, old. Phone 886-  7187. 70tt(Ml'n  WANTED TO BUY  ������������-         "  ��� '-- i"   ���t- -   'l,DO'-''LBVrpi,bpa^ri'e';'',b'dlllo,''v;willv'''i  regulator, Must, bo good  condition, reasonable, price. Ph.  885-2353: :- "1  : :*    :.7,787,9:  POAT Trailer wanted  for  l(i ���  ;    ft, boat,  1,000 pounds capacity.   Ph    883-2022,   T.   Scales,  *GarcitfirBayrr*���*~w-~*--7780-0'-<  I   .       I *||  HELP WANTED*    7  ������I,.-...I*'.   ,-     .~l.!'���1 ��� |-..'^.l *^.-,- ���.-������,..,-.,!,-.  qUALlKlLiiP    nursery    school  Unichu'r wanted Immediately,  .Juuk and Jill Nursery School,  OlbHom.; Wrltu Box 084, CUb-,  Hons,;,' ,,   ,   J,    7824-11  STENOaUAPHEll wanted, ap-  ,_ply In writing/WiJJox 7022  "3?o*.J?��i\lnHulH,i TimioH^Box" 310,"  Sooholi,  B.C. 71122-11  MUSIC teachers and hhuIhUuH  : |.oucliqrH with keyboard ex-  1 porlonco wuntod, Good opportunity,   training 'provided,  .. li'ull or. piu't-timo,,,W''Uo. Box  ���7707, u/o Peninsula Times,  Box illU,  Sooholt,  B.C.  2 view lots side by side, each is 66'xl 87';x zone Rl. Lots are  high, view can't be obscured. Reg. Brd. water. Level access from  street at rear. Asking $5,000.00 each. Peter Smith, 885-9463  eves.  GIBSONS ~'     ~     ' No. 2361  New, well planned, two bdrm bungalow with  lots of closets and  .cupboards.   Storage   area   behind  carport,   Dining   rm.,   fireplace,  util/ity.  All  the view Gibsons can offer   Financing arranged  on  $20,800:. ,lack Warn, 886-2681 eves.  MADEIRA PARK WATERFRONT-  8 acres with approx. 450 ft. of choice waterfront. Large 3 BR  (could be more) well finished home-���1 Yz bathrooms, large  rumpus room, "2 fireplaces, double carport. Furnished revenue  duplex also on property. Choice'site--for possible development into  motel,   marina-or  subdivision.   Full   price   $120,000  with  terms.  157 ACRES WITH TIMBER  D.L. 3678, wiih a considerable amount of merchantable timber,  has approx.  b .0 fl   <if waterfront on Mixall Lake, road & creek  through propc. / a...i an old  house which could be rebuilt.  Full  price $50,000 with $25,000 down.  -     REDROOFF ROAD  Lot 11   is a large view lot, approx. 80x550. Look for our sign on.  the property.  Reduced  from  $5,000 to  $4,000  for quick  sale.  ���  MADEIRA PARK      ���:���~   Approx.   1%   acres* of  semi-waterfrdnt   parkjike   view   property.  -���Located just above-Madeira-Park-gov-'t Wharf, ���     -  -'  PENDER AREA No. 2382  A good investment property with lots of use potential. House is  large, sound ancT leased. Large stream, orchard ajTa^good_grow[nci_  rs6i("7$7,~500 dn. "toVhandle" this'"'four acre holding. Jack Warn/  886-2681 eves.  SECHELT  No. 2408  Possible sub-div. of  10 largc^  125' wide, viow lots for $25,000.  . SARGEANT BAY ,      ,' No- 2357  Any dn, pmt, $5,000 total for spacious view lot. Jack Warn,  886-2681 eves. '  ?WEST'SECHELT,:t'r^KW'.r>''.'   . ���'   ''   "���  ' .'    ' No,:'2045  Log houso on 8,9 acres level land, Good water supply, 3 bdrms,  Appliances .with. Largo, workshop, Enough room for self sufficiency.  -j9row.lt..o.l.)/:J.ackWp.rn-:;886,-268.1. dves.:,^ ,0,^^--*-.  1  ., PENDER HARBOUR  New 2  bedroom 864 sq.  ft.  model  home.  Electric  heat,  stone  j fireplace, wall to wdll shag carpets througho^jgl^n choice semi-  i waterfront lot overlooking,Render.HarbourjHgKlSse to store and  mariria. Full price|$25,900 witb^^P^O down.  ..- 'WATERFRONT  Lot 14���90 ft.���$13,000.        Lot 20���100 ft���$14,500.  -tajt-|-6==t25-f r=$T37500r���LdtD���98 fr^=$~l 0,500.  Lot 19���75 ft. $12,500. Lot 15���135 ft���$16,000.  Lot M���80 ft.���$10,000.  J5_iLjtaterfxQntJaLat_EarJ^Gov^==$ja,000.-  Approx, 275 ft. waterfront, Garden Bay���$26,000.  Sakinaw Lake���Approx. 330 ft.���$25,000. ���  Ruby Lake���ApprOx. 103 ft.���$ 14,000.  IRVINE'S LANDING  2 homes���one 3 BR, one 2 BR���on very large view lot approved  for 4 lot subdivision. Fult-Rfice $36,000 with terms. ���  mmmmmmm��im��immt  **MH"  BOOKKEEPER  DAVIS BAY ���         No, 2388  Half aero view  lot   10'0'x22O' overlooking ocean at Davis Bay.  Situated at end of quiet street, Nearly level, nice choice of trees,  ,���.bM.L,oasy,,^  DAVIS BAY No, 2414  72,bodrooin retirement,'homo just 3���year's" o|d,-;Lq'roe windows to  vlow tho, ocean, Concrete walks' around house pn elbarod and  .landscaped lot. Short. walk to. boach-at Davis... Day._Try-_Q._banK.-   mortgage on full prlco of $I9>950, Don Haddgn, 885-9504 ovos.  POTENTIAL HOBBY FARM No, 2305  23 level acres In qulat locat|qn near Gibsons. 3 bedrooms family  , homo and 2 bedroom homo;, also pul-bulldlngs, ,Godcl woior supply.  'Practically all cleared, Down paymont only $15,000; good'terms  on balance C, R, Gathorcolo, 886-7015.  Spacious, fenced and noaly landscOpod lot. Family rooms, utility  and carport oltachod; .all onconcroto, Easy and economical'maintenance, Pull Prlco $23,300, offers. C���R. Galhorcolo, 886-7015.  ',-SEhHELT'INI,ETv'7''���,''' :.���,���;���������'������-"' ���������������        ������.   ,   '    No. 2407'  Wan| p.nlca qwlot, secluded (walor access only, unless you/re a  really flQ,od hiker) arog lo got away from II all? Wo nave an  oxco(ler|t site abffut) 4 miles from Porpoise Bay dock on West slda 1  of  Secholt   Inlof across from Sandy  Hook and Tuwanok,  This  loqso property has aver 200 feat on protected tyoy, Want mora  u^tlot a I U?��Cal I J3ob��K��nlwaQ 5a9464^  885-2235 plaaso.  . Mdlp or l-omgia     .  '  ,,.J,ANg|,|A|^l!!iX|f,n��LJolH,.,l',v(j|Jl|- ,,               "         .   ,  '   mi(, one 100"x IHO1 with h" A|>|>ly'AilinliilHtnil(il',��SI, Mury'H  vlow.of llio K011111I, I'rull trooit Honpllal,    Uox    (I7I|,    HiHihnll,  on and I'l-Wcd i-oiuly In liullU, 1 -VC  $7,a!}0;   uiIjoi'H, at   ^1,1)00    to 1                        :             7mm.11  '"."jifl/H/W,'' ' "7��� *'""' 7'���-"������"-'"->-���'���'���  ' r      . ,   m-MM '��� FOR RENT  WATKUKUONTi Oil fl, of luvul  ��.���i  1    !'  I-*   ^��r^��-�� ��t��-^  YACHTSMEN  , Suciol .CovuT-unly unu   largo  lul   loll   wllh  pruluclqd, n^uoioao*.,.  clonih hm.1 uyntiiri* til yuur door fur only !|ifl, I0(), l;auy, Tmniti. Calf*  oil  thlsi  right   nuw  l��w|uro< ll   In  gwno,   bu/anno   Van ,K��mund,  ^^*^M~^^��~��^U^  -��^�� ,.,. L-  ,   FANTASTIC VILW! SOUTHERN EXPOSURl:!  |',ovoly motlorn'4 bodiwi'jm homrj,W/W shngcqrpol) dlblovn-iher, '  uuluro, Only t,hoil wulk |u Kudiuull liuui.li, Iciiiilh .c'uttfl, hluio,  ���>po5t'nfiico;T��iniiirtonrnirli27;?por5orihir|NOW^^^  VanlWiui/ 085-2241,        , '"'  V ii1 *n *i  11' *n W.  1      t  t^RGE' SELECTIOJS OF XOTS, TO' CHOOSE  FROM  Joint jo!, with ),\yu-a, hoUroom.���....A ����iV��\H��, n, U��ifp)ooiv    niiy,  .hotiHiw  on,  llvqublu  all  yuur    AViMiM->!?,lnQ,)*' ^-"-JlMlM --L1!:,1'1!:  roundi 0110 ronlod now, Your   11^4.1^3010,  ���.���������,,������ 71UH-P  , UOSAMUNIJ HI), NU:u II, li��il�� rooi��i with itlutwor, ItoiiNuimlilg  ruviii family diomuuu'lurito raUm,,- At    Lowo'i'i ���, Mmlolra  'hit,  JNiuj IvltolMHi una. utility 1'iu'h  Mwlnl, ,1'lnmn  misi.^iaii,  room ivitli Ifrvlml room o|��)ii- ' Lrmlop now" iwuiHHomimt,  WEST SECHELT  No. 2416,  Only'OTirialT^^  ayod road,,al tho ��poclal-for,.qash.price 01,14500,00,, 100 loot  ..uy 295 fool, Piped water "anticipated this ybiir; Is bound lb In-  cr'*9So vtiluo, Over lfy aero and zonocl |^ II, Gol yours now while  you sllll have a choice, Look for bur slan about 400 foot past  ', Nlckorson.Road on Iho.."hlqh''/,-UlQ. Bob Kent,' 0Q5-946I tivou. , ,  "���'SECHELT^""���""': "' *"'   ^"^    r*-rr-^���- ^:^,57,  ���In ylllaaoop two pavotbroads, Water, phono, hydra, Flat level lot ���  of approx, 1/3 aero., Nice wsldohllal area, Walklny dIMqtico to '  Porpolho |3py, wharl about 2 blocks. 1 ormn on lull, pilce' ^5500,00,  ~|30tJ��'|^nrrfl85i'94(i"lT-T'���J~*J���.-^-^^'.���s^^~--^--��i'----�������  HOTEL LAKR LOT..     -���.....,   '." 70' of waiorlront, naturally trood, park-liko properly,,Lltllo undor-  . orowlbJLQoadiroad, hydro,available* Priced right a,l $3600,00.1'ull ,  ' Prlcp, >p|ir�� llroon, 883-2794. ^  ,���NEyy yyAJERFRONT home  Now, partially finished 2 BR'1,200 sq. ft. homo'with 600 sq, ft.  sundeck, on 85 ft. choice waterfront  lot.  Full  prlco  $28,500  with terms.  CdWMtRClTkL LOT   '    '     ' ���     ��� ��� .Nu. 223S  ,On l-llfllwny 101 and Mu��l��liu- I'mk ItjwiJ, Lqiuu 22U' by 200',  ,   Pull Pilco $1 LliOO.OO; luiiuu, John1 UiJlon, 003.2/94,  ���nM-i^iTCrnwamiwilM  -!iD34��Un.  '������(     fl-fl'    I ..Jf    .  '���ilii^4i**4iwH*iwth3ir*,HI*rfl8|W'>l  u ,.7'    ";",       i         i LAuCUi!  H lirin,  homo  uu  8  Our nulfft tuppi'il' imti million ihh-oh, .Invol'' wiilorfriiuti pro*  (tullm-H,In 11)71. CALL UHI    ��� purty,  Call   Rot-holt' AHonuit'r.  '"'*',     ' i tri  nnn wk   '             .    n"  MavK'Whito" '   ��� ' iiiKiiiioan l^H                      ������  ';,V';"777 |V i,,;,,..,',,,",' , ������.���',: f, .:"' ', ,''     '';'     *', :     '.Koiv.Croi-hjf   ,',,,,; IU itl��K0i)(I' ��� v STORE" for  rent  In 'siiiihifh  >0fc, ADDITIONAL WF6hMATlQIS:.^^Jh'AT OCIR'-MeW.'     '. 'SjW/VI'.^ L^lirwuiy. it't  ..V.V^,....���J:,0i*ICE-ACR65S FROM.BUb DtiPOt:;,, >    - -'..',���.���,'.     . . Joc^JlcrmmV., �� , UOS-aTHQ... nhtnaiCoAnt fl\ .V," Ph, lllir��-l)nili;  i   ����� ��� ��� i  .<M������M4  1  ����� ,   7mi2;tl|)  ASK FOR OUR FULL CATALOGUE OF RLAL ESTATE  aa��wiwm*>\!)i��**st frwwiiwmiiMi  (a����*0PW*��W��W��t*��<M>',l*T*T*J* 4 WWlJr.Wr��c��^lMfl(B1fci  AGENCIES LTD.  Ppx1128/ Secholt  7 r     ,' Phono QQ5-2235 ,  LAGOON road  A very good buildings lots. Easy walking distance to school and  stores at Madeira, Park. Can bo bought with low down payment,'  "'"THE^'BESTT^  Approx. 2Va acres with water taxi, gas station, largo 3 BR homo  (wlth"se|f-contQlncd-renlal~sultQ-on'-3''-ad|olnlng-iwatorfront lolsi     "madeira park        "   2 BR home on large vlow lot, fronting on Hwy,  101, at a very  ,    . reasonable price. Pleqso phono for' further details,  , EG/MONTr-BATH^  General storo and marina with 2 older 2 bedroom homos and ono  col|ago on approx.   1 Va, acim jydth approx,'350  fl,  of cholca  ,,wbtorf.rpnt,,l.marl'h,o, gas���std||pn;,Jots.o(   floats, ,6. rental, boats,  .wlihsmorors, iiThls,'business dfi.growlno''last, and shows 'an "excellent   profit ion ��� lb/*, lull  prlco  of  $160,000.,' Prjca' Includes  business,   land,  buildings,   equlpmont  and   $30,000   Ini stock.  Requires $95,000 down.  ' EGMONT WATERFRONT  200 ft, watorfto. . Has 2 unfinished buildings,'On pavad road.  Vory nlco,,property ,for,,development. ..Priced.,,at.,$22,500, with,  $12,000 down  tt#  f  A low'lots still avallabla on this 30 lot subdivision, Priced from  . ,,... , ,.,...��� ,.$4,5Q0,��������� ,..,v ,.,.,. >IT,7,,������.,,..V ;,..,,  "�����""'"''"""'"'*" "���"��� WADEIRA-'RARK;'"'' - ,,(l"," ;-,*7  ,, 'Cholco^Ylav��i'1ol8'"On^64*'W'tBMbdlvlM,on,*"-PVlc(ia''ifroni^$4,OO0'''-to  ,   $Q,000, Some cloatad roatjy for bulldlna,   MARINA.SIJE     ���..,Eoil..,tovo:'-moiln'a,..mqlol ,or���subdivision.jilla .qdlolnlna., fe>ry,^,���  iQimhial.  Apjunx,  Bl   acres with approx,   850 It,  watorfiont,  ' ��� |,ago (t,"un Mwy, lOI. Full price $7b,000 wlt|i $30,000' down,  .^yj.^.^.;^.  ,   .  .���,   vIRVlNE^LANPINp ������ ' 7,   -,     ���;���: 7  3 ��� IIR furnlnhocl homo on largo > view Ip] ' approvod for  ano���  "   '   ,  , BiJlxllyjBlon, $28,00;(y |ul| prloo wllh torrid.; "' ;',  ",    '"   .NEAR^APEIRA^ARKmn ,,.....  2 PR hoiiipon'larqa'vlow Iot-���$I4;000 wllh lorin's,  / -'i',,  >(���<(* ���' ,j ���������  Soyelal lol��favallablo7 '7  ;u     .'  I    I   .      i t , i       . ,,     ,   i ��� ,     |  I      ii   ,-' ��� Ji , ,,      i i' 4' '.      '    ii   ,,��,',     .,   ,  Many other vlow and.wntorfroril lots In the Pon<'��r Harbour aroa,  iOiillSlilii  _ (!,REALTY'.UTP.-  AAadolra Park, B.C.   '  ::'I 'L;,i: \:J��Pim*~foW*i'W<>^^  i'i>'-k  1  ftwij��mMiijmmm  \i ''I- <-.  Mi^l'yihiy,;  j..   <f    ... ut j,,.. ���..,., .*,.��� ,���.,,.,.,.        ;���>$,������    ,  "'.        '        ,   ,  1,1* .*     fcl',  l>!    IH      .     ,     ,       ,  |   #,  I  1 |       I  I ''1,1. v   I    f I,        �� ,       (  I'     I     f��   ,1   '���    '.l.l'l    ,1 '.ll I     if  *  ', .;  ���ii   i��i> ���  c   , i   i  V 7 .,  ��� i <'  '       7'      ,  ��l   '   ���<   ��� CM I', |  I    <  '��"., ' 7,i   7"   ' 7 ' i ���,  ��� i , i.' 11    # ���   ,' i,,        .,>  ��� ���' i    , I*  A^ww^y >��*ti^i *M'wliw< iw^��)iW*��rrtl*'*''��t>l|W'*  *W ��wmi.wfci^iiii>)wwwinm>wui  ���     <     ���    ��    #      if  *-  I    '    ���       'V " ' ��|        ��� ,.,','    I      k   .      ,     .,.,.,'  1   .,    ,  .1.,,   *    .   .   .1 LtlH .. . "    .'     .  "*������" '!-  :    .   .   \   7       '    .,    '  ,.   ;   ft        <   -.-i    it ���-'  ,l��rfViM,i,V,,l"',,M VJtn i*t.ifi\<. .V  ���;0fci'i.i,  7'IT:  7    -#!"  FOR SALE  FOR SALE.(Continued)  FOR SALE (Continued)  ��*.-*-������- ���*��  Uhwlv2 L12 Pl^'iC    basinS' ' GUITAR-case.' new   $10.  Ph. JF   IT'S   suits-it's   Morgans. ��� ^  ci7,'J   .fiardpn.    work-    8-86-7735.   ,                        7821-8 885-93307SecheTl, KC.   -"'^;  shops or.  35c each in quantity4   ������_,_, ',- -      RSQ-4 tfn     *   ���  Qf.-lO,^  885-g^_-7812-8    PRAWNS   as   available,   fresh rAmvo           '    ,                   "     ^  oATS    at "I;        ~ *���        80   cents   lb.'or  $1   cooked. ��CAULKS and work boots, new  bALh    AT    Morgans,    starts    Also   fr0/en    ph    883;2282: and. i\sed. Ph. 885-9048.    .  LEGAL  NOTICES (cont'd)  :!<fe.-,,:..->(a3i*:.-'Ssii. ������  Januaiy 27th. Mitf-gan's 885  9330. 7846-9  7636Vifn  28.79-10    NOTICE C^INTENTIOIJL'.i^..  DRESSMAKER'S'    form     size  14 *- .20   Tor   sale.   Also' 4  golf cluPis.  Phone 8t!.r.-9840.  -r?876-8  G.EDTtYKET and Bellinger 30  ���.-..inc4v7..i:awg.ej-.Hk-fr-novv. 1965  .....Faf-d���p-iek-up- V-8   automatic  good   condition.   Ph.   885-9333.  7887-8  MARINE ACCESSORIES  LIVESTOCK   =���~ - APPLY TTCiR A- DIv^POSlTlON  '���       OF CROWN LAND.  .  Paint-Fibregfctfs-Rope-        CJ���>fi  f^ h.or*e   for  sale   '     Tn   Land   Recording'District  Canvas���Boat Hardware -Su''    &��*L or. adult     |1Q0    .^^fc^-w^ttr^  ��� Compressed -aiT-seT\Tire   7    I-IL-BMj^w^- r^-7877^v U7)tp XjfwksTc. 7; 8, Lot 4023,  .    v    ....������.   _.. ���       "���"'������= r- ������ r-t������.   Group    l.NWD    Plan   .71.2,5  ;    NYGREN  SALES LEGAL   NOTICES ���      Madeira "Park;   Pender..-. Ha*~  tl97it-LTD7 "        ��� ��� . r "'   -  ' ' -    boui-^Gy��� ^ -���'+  Phone  886-9303, Gibsons, B.C.      .  USED   T.V.'s   stock   clearance 2  SNOW tires  7"17-5-. TMcCul-  sale/  Sunshine   Coast    TV lock   power   saw,   cast   iron  Sales & Services Ltd. Box 799 heater.   4  large  windows,  24"  -Sechelt,. B.C.  Ph. 885-9816.   -' sPeaker,    brass,   bedsteads,    2  7793-9 eleQtrlc   motors   Va   h.p.   & . %   , h.p., 2-5. gal. stone jugs, alumi-  rAUTeMATte-washer, correrte���liuin   Unck���canupy   I'of-^Styte-  FORM No.  1.  LAND 'ACT'  Take notice that Gilbert  Norman Gooldrup and ,Ion��  Isabel Gooldnip of Madeira  Park, B.C., ocupation, Fisher-  man, intends to apply for &  foreshore lea^e of the following described lands: . ���!.-  ^ing-at-a^po&t-plattfa=  stereo,     fridge     and     stove    side   ya  ton, 26  gal fuel tank    APPLY FOR. A DISPOSITION.   ed   Northeast'  corner   of   said  new,   misc,   household'items,    for boats, etc. Ph. 885-9048. ,        OF CRO\^NiKAlJTD block 6,kthence Northwest 100  Ph.   885-9392.  7810-8  7878-10  Enjoy jour  feet   more   or   less;   thence  In  LaricT Recording  District     Southwest  direction  240  feet;  pf  Vancouver andr*ituated  at     thence South_100-feet' more or  Agamemnon Channel, j       ��� less   to -Northwest   corner   of  block 8; thence Northeast fol-  Campaiqners  Forest Froducfc.-Company, in-        The purpose for which the leational Cenlie at Roberts Cieek 'is    Crosby  Dr  Eric Paetkau, Ml   Mai-    .\_x._ _ kh f u "   rate the ^a  tends to appijr for- ar-i&iser dispos.ition-4s^^-q-ia4--e-d--is: -welLundet way ancLmeetingsJwalLbe cfllirUVIartavislv-ME.,BernauL-Muk_ >I��re.'s-r^ m*n ^uwre ���.ine ��3?8?  of' Occupation'   covering   the existing, boat moorage, haul- held throughout the district* to give    Ugan and Mi   Eric Hensph  following *described: lands: UP> '��nti. fishing facilities.  t-J ��� ���   Commencing at  the  South- Gilbert Ndrinan Gooldrup,  ���East Corner of Lot 7283   New Ione  Isabel;'Gooldrup;  Westminister   District,   yience Dated December-24, 1971.  N. 356 feet; thence S. 15�� 30V 778-     ,     faVi   12   1Q   1972  E, 520 feet; thence S. 15�� 30' ���5-pub. J?n.  12,  19,   1972  E. 500 feet; tjiehce N. 15�� 30'  W. 740 feet to the South boundary  of Lot  7283|~lhence  N  Trustee claims . . ���  High school curriculum  revertj^g^t��-oM-  Iook5~t<rtbe7school aM^ts'leacheFsT^WEen  the ��"<fhool 4oes its own testing, he,feels  that it will not be posible to gauge its  effic^pcy      J -  Mr   Banna assured trustees th#t. t&e  department   of^ education   will   ecy|cftict  more survey testing and gieater re^pohsi-  b'lliiy'will fbe placed on the school attii H  j"ts "teachers* v ���   -  FORM No.  1  LAND ACT  CHANGES   in   senor   high   school ; our-    nothing is factual as jr-et  (1) Accept .grad-  nculum which will be .introduced next    uates vwho satisfy standards-1, set by the  September will give students gi eater free-    school   (2) demand completion of J certain  couises    (3)   -set ^ theiT^_ ownJUioUni^iQn).  /  l  &ve on  mh trie  union  SAWGS P1AN  71�� 22' E.'8607feet;, thence S:  74�� 30' W. 120$ feet; thence S.  74�� 30' W. 2|0 feet;, therice  East along the South boundary  of Lot 7283 a7dist^nce Qf 450 * dom in touise selection  feet more or less to the point LAND ACT ^    Discussing this change  in curriculum    exams  ?��in^f?ftppn"!i??-��^lS 2 NOTICE OF INTENTION 'TO structures foi  grades eleven and twelve,          Elphinstone   Principal   Don   Montgo,  nr 1p��              tio-.acres, more AppLY FQR ^ DISPOSITION at last Thmsday's school board meeting,     meiy   stiessed  that  counselling   will  be  ;.:, ;   '.,::,. OF CROWN LAND   . tiustee Bill Nimmo said that it actually    imp0rtant and the counsellor will ha^e  The purpose "for which the v.        . reveited back to the old  academic and    to be aware of university requirements  disposition., is required is log ..^";.il?-P?:^^?5?l"^���^?F4?: general progiammes                                            t  booming: arid "storage.^ "'"."'. ��* NeVf."westnuiuste:��� B.Cr and         The hlgh school clirnCUium was"chang-    DOUBTFUL                                     "      "  British  ColumbiaX Fbrest lltuated Agamemnon -Channel. ed in 1962 when a rigid streaming system          Tiustee    Bernard    Mulligan    believes  Products Limited. Take    notice    that    Georges was introduced which forced students to    that     departmental     examinations  '" Walter    and    Susan    Isabella choose a particular area of study when   Per liiadsen of 330 Yale Road East entering grade  eleven and stay with it  F.   A.  Arstrong,  Property Chilliwack,    b!c,    occupation exclusively during the last two years of  ������-   -. ���    -     -   Manager...;.,,housewife,--wdterir-sales^andv.- h  Dated January  11   1972. service   manager   intends    to -    District  Superintendent R.  R; Hanna  '7��iv    vs   t       iq' 9ft   1*079 apply for a .V4 acre or 100' x agreed that the wheels are half turning  1016-puo. jan.,xt>, to, iTfti. 3qq, waterfront, 20 year lease backTyith sqnie streaming and combined?  of    the    following    described studies,   However   he   stressed   that   the!  FORM "B" v    ,    are  This is a $3 SPOT!  - v " * fl.$ss when on contrdct)  Your advertising in this, space, wills nsach.  "flgarly 2,5Q0-homes (over ~9,G00" p,eo|>le)'  ^qchvwee|c It's the most economical,way,to-  r^ach mote Sunshine Coast people because  Times ads go into more homes than ahy  other  newspqper   produced   in   this   ared..  Th�� Times " :^  885-9654 (Sechelt)        886-7244'(Gibsons)  !%s','MM'>i?iil-,t-i  COURT OF REVISION"  NOTICE    is   hereby   given  lands: "'~:   ���'""���' Combined   Studies "Programme  will riots]  '    Commencing SFfTp^Tplan, ���' -^ a-^ipiug gi-mmd-hnMrichjthe forn^jj  ted approx 100' North of the   "General Programme was considered to b$A  W^W^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^m^^f^ >"7?  f'Th'iifree'rlOTiriddrbf com  i^^Phc^r|^n^|ffi|^fa^c^r|^^ ''Deito 7;;  iu T tu     n    ^      * %    ��� ���     " ^W; comer of Lot 5329 thence    no . PUSH-OVER.  that   the   r.nurt.?s,.of ,R,ftV.lsiori    .i,..,,,^ ..* nn. n, Nrn-thi thence i^ZjJZ,^  apprux:1-100 ��� ft:1 North; thence-  respecting.the assessment rolls    -gg��� 300^^thence"ap-   7v. "ST**����;T ^^ "^ ���^ ^'  for the Vancouver Assessment    5??!T;^0 "'   bl^Cl^JL    *e Selected Studies Programme equiya-;:  iqrxne Vancouver ASs|5sm?nt p ip0 ft- Sputh; therice fent to tiie Academic - 1  -District and Vilage Munici- ^pprox 300 ft. West, and-c.on4 g"am^ aSd^SmbW  bahtes-therein, will; be held as    �������, %: acres> ^       less,    ^M J^Mm^  Technical Pro^  ined, Stuiiies <Pro^. -I  taiiiing �����: acres, more or less;   gramme "equivaleiit/i to the   old 'generklf  ���    ���     ivt    ac /o The purpose for which the    With some"streaming.  7  Sck0<$ P.^^Pt No. 46 (Sec-    disp0Siti0n is  required is Re-       . .Cp.mpienting   pn   gradMation-in^thei'  -helt-)-meludihg^lierJV^llag^^t-1-|R^ ,      Cpmbineo!~Studie'3   Programme,   Elphin^'  follows :���-  Poo". Please note. tRqt space  h|iyg"-to wait"their���..W^;,"a)s6;|,.f,^  cannot always carry full details.  1 Is limited_and_;sbm'e qdvdhce dates may       |  :fhjtvtWs> Is:;|i::^,rlemirK|er" ��� listing phly arid ; 7  0 Jan., 1 ?5=-'7:3^Rim*SyRshinej&hpo^Gifesbns. Anhuq|;meeting^SecH^lt''^'^ 1  ���)��Vf-/7tt>iid-6istri���t<-l^rtardi^ .7;'.'7..r. v'.7..   ,1v-,'J  -jAF'''  Gibsons  and Sechelt  at'Gib-  sans.., B.C.   on  Tuesday, : Feb-  _   ._^1.'    O       1 fV70  '���*���     in"   r\>n\nnir'  in.  Georee - Walter Madsem a^pne ?finciP^ Pon: Montgomery statedv^l  ruaryS  1972 at IQ" O'clock in- S  Isabella  Madsen! h^^bti^p^^^  ruajry o, lvi* at iu1 vj uu^ in  _^ 7 ._ ���  : . it-w!illrbe~a high-sehol-graduationT-Trustee  ^���theJ  forenoon   ��r-tlie- Y^lage    ���, Dated Japuary 6, 1972. gflj ' Nimmo * said "Those  are my' senti,  0t��ce:  ,: .7.  .     ,. 7807-pUb Jan. 19, 26, 1972, ro^s, .exactly.^Whp v/ill recogpize ^his't|  Dated at New Westminister .' (       ; . ,_. ,7,7,.'; ..'.',,.,...���. .,;... ��*.-^������a*9i. i  this 13th day of January,..1972. ' :     [  W. L. Umphrey, WPTE  S.pAGE- ATTRACTS  Provincial  Assessor,        7   ���  78i7^pub; January I9i 1972. ' ATTENT1QN��' ^ USE IT  \S>.  yem?  Union  ,'v,  Pori Mellon Industries Credit Union  Gibsons, 886-2833  Sunshine Coast Credit Union  Sechelt * " 885-^551  w^atwjMirmrtww'lww  HOME HANDYMAIJ P  NYGREN SALES  ��tM��"<��**tfw*C  V>'  V 1  II  TOY CHESTS FOR* TOTS  Tired bfhqvlng youpfofstoys strewn qll over th^'plqcc? Why,  t norpalnt'crspeclql ioy che8t-for hlmr sMggp^Vfh^'Canacliarv,,  On the Wharf �� 886.?3Q3 j bright colors, lliohcoyor in one 'of the glossy ynpm'pl palnfs  n  ,.fc..u       ��h MnriM \, A\abnrQ x>W*Y <�� cImm. Tp'.fop off yoHf-nw"creatfori;��� q'dcl  ,^,1,  immniriw  gfadU^ion?'.',.,,,,   ' !M;�� Hannsi saicl"'the standards -would  be se,t./by the school whjch cciuiji. make;<  r   the. prbgratnrne�� "yo push-over'', and,  it  ,. "vvoul^ s^tiil joe .possible for such a graduate' ]  ''to'','atte,nal,''^iiiyersity"v-f''i^ one  tliat will accept,his courses.  EX^MIN^TiONS' ' ���'."���' 7''"  The -bistrict Superintendent also said  that examinatons will be, conducted, in;  1972 and 1973. An anr^oun'ceinenf'is.ex--''  pected from the, -Department of Education J  regarding 1974 examinations,  ,At a recent press conference in Victoria, following, tljc, aiiqpupcbment^pf ^cqr,-,  riculum change, Assistant Pepyty Minis-'*  ter of Education J, R. Mwefllth is reported to have stated, "If weiabandprv;.i'exam*'1  inatlons allogether wo^wquj'^...bo. .worried  that aomo other institution ivouldbp ta|c-,-  Ing over control ot our "educational sys"  tern".        . ��� '     .   '  1 - Mr. Hanna told trustfjes-that therQ-E)re-  a number possibilities .'vyhlch,, universities ,"  may t adopt in accepting  gr'acTuatcs, , but ��  Jan.  19-���8. p.m. Seqhelt, Legion Hall. Bingo,       rf        "'. ��� ' ��� ��� >    "  Jan. 20���-1  p.m. Sechelt Region Hall.-Sr,! Giti^ens Branfclv 69: Regular'    ' I  '   Meetmg. ���_ .-,-���-���, 7'7. ."'������>������ ���   ���������  Jqn. 20, -1���3 p.rn. Pender - rjarbour Community: Hdll.i Bingo.  ^Jari. 21���8 D.m. Sechelt Indian .Hall, Bingo.. ���  Jan. 29���Sechelt Legion r|allf Charnbpr of Commercei lnsta||ationkand  Annual'Banquet' ��� ���;  Feb,  8-^-from  10 aljn.' Gibsons Village Office, Court of Revision re   '  assessment/in Schoor District 1^0746'(Sechelt).       "     " �� '" ''  Feb. 9���1:30 p.m.'Leglop-Hall. Madeira-Pork. Pender Harbour Hosp.  Aux. Meeting. '  .1 j  n, t ,1  ASK FOR OUR, ^RBE CATALO^^p 0��F REAL ESTATE  " 'i  '   '      "������ Ililllllliilllll Hill MuUlpilo Llitlqg Sorvle*  \j,���  '.'*  j .* ii*t%jKww \^j  VancouYer Real Estate.  ',��.    ir ���   Board'   i  ��  ..{REAL ESTATE  *i, *X ���  iht- ftl*lfl*lflti!|n��rt*jsvlk.  Phone 885-2235 _ ^ ^,^\,,^i!Box,128r^i��eliiBlf,rB.C��l-Z:  1   i     i   , > . r 1, ,   ��j, 'l I i i \  \\   ,.��,,     , ,   , 1    , _,   1     1  71     '       ���:  1    111111 '        '"���   '     '     "'���-  *ytff**iW t  V   ^  yjM  11   ',���   <ih'>  y>\\\<,  ?���"**.��� B>^.s"^lt*'4t'* ^.f*. r VS|*^**'t ^ ? * *   *V*t*��i M*n ^*4 \^ 4 ��*^)'*m "^-���^ ^^Am-i- n *��*-if�� <����� j*  ,1    11 H  V  ,1 >l  Winter Clothing Oddlines.      SKIRTS, JACKETS ETC.   !' ffQY:S?,V;'JACKETS  . /Ifo Lay-m^aysi Please. LADIES" PANT SUITS   ^'MEN'SrJACKETS  ,.^^hm:!:: T',���   '7,aJ��A  kliTHOm  ^8��tW��sW��<����Ww��***��*W*  \  .M.. ,i. ",l  ' , 1 '  11 ,1 , j__^_��  ��� \, . 1 ,��,   ,-| i,.���,, ,,.,.',��� , ,���__,   '_.   ,,,,  Morgan's  7 >   , 1 , '      (i ;     '  ��.WIG. 'Wojk Clptfioi  . ,,      ' ��� '     '        1  SECHELT, B.C.   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N  ��  '       - ��� ,.  0  _ .   .".  ~^Jime$  PORTS  Late rally  falls short  ���by Mike Shumsky  IN  SENIOR -Boys Basketball ^t4-ien-last-  Friday, Elphinstone Cougars rallied to  .scot�� t&n points-m-the last 3 minutes-of-  Ihe game against Max Cameron, but still"  lost to the Tartans 43-41,  With less^ than 4 minutes left in the  game, the Cougars finding themselves 12  points down went into high gear. With  some good shooting and helpful turnovers supplied' by the generous Tartans,  Elphinstone reduced the margin to 4JF-41.  With less than 1 minute to go, Max Ca'L  inexoxL-proceeded-down the flooji_wit.h the  % ���".-.-.. '   -   ��� >     .  Pmder Harbour jottings  SHUFFXEROfrRD       ^ ------  Madeira Park Legion Shuffleboard  standings at the end of the first series  are: 1st team���Peggy ' Pockrant and Joe  Hodgson. 2nd team���Irene Hodg'son and  Marg.  Donley. '-...���  ^ Garden Bay Hotel are playing their  last game on Saturday, January 15th Ho  decide the standings, at the end of the  first series.  BOWLING  AT" THE beginning of tlie third quarter,  the Pender Harbour Bowling League  standings are as follows: Sardines 21 pis,  Springs 14, Duds 13 Mi, Watusi 13, ' Road  Runnci;s 12, Drivers 12, Moocliers 12,  -Alley Cats 10 Vi. Mens' high three: Dennis Gamble 775. Mens' high singles:  Gay lord  Merkle  300,  Ron  Pockrant  293,  .   t .   ���       ���by Evans, Herman  'L.'Spa'ra 282. Team's, high ''single': Drivers  11 (!7,   Ladies'   high   Uiree:   'Jean -'Donley ,  (127, Katherine Ross 627, Marilyn Claytoii  >5i)i), Ladies' high singles: Katherine Ross  206, Jennie Merkle 252', Katherine .Ross  252! Mens' high average: Gay lord Merkle  199, John Cameron 195, Ron Pockrant  190. Ladies' high average: Katherine, Ross  174, Jean Donley 166, Jennie Merkle 160...  BRIDGE --���"'���  Mrs. John Tully was the high scorer  at bridge, on January 1.1th, at the Pen-.  dqr Harbour Hotel. Nice going, Lillian.  A  A big worry  drives out a small-one;  since there's" always a still bigger "worry  corrrrn^-ii4oi4gr^^u-haAie-H^thkig-4o-w<*iiry--  abo'ut. '       ���    .  -..       ���        ���' F.ast Play  .   .-7,7 7��� ��  .    . "   ''���-.  Inter-elementary school floor hockey    tured applying pressure while. Glen    school spirit, the inter-school games  league games commenced last week    Dubois of. Madeira Park gives goalie    give tearn���s from smaller schools an,  intent to run out the clock, but the Cougars hadn't given up and Wayne Smith  intentionally fouled John Belrose of Max  with 26 seconds leftw With the chance  to put the game, away, Belrose came to  the line but the pressure seemed to de  to too much for him. Elphinstone pulled  down the stray shot and immediatley  called time-out with but 23 seconds re^  maining to full time.  ---Throwing the ball in from tne side,  the team brought the ball over centre  and eventually set up Wayne Smith for  a shot �� le'et from the basket. The ball  went around once and fell off the rim.  Brad Norris.pulled down the rebound and  shot again. The ball hit "the back-rim and  fell off to the side, The buzzer rang and  a great sigh of relief jvas heard from the  Max Cameron bench.  With a definite height advantage the  Max Cameron team was in a very good  position and able to djtew Brad Norris,  Elphinstone's 6 it 5 posl to take "his  fourth  foul.  The  first  half  of  the  final  -quarter, Norris was benched for use but  with his return in the "last few minutes  of the game, the Elphinstone rally resulted.  .    Top   scorers   for     the   strong7jartan~  squad were Magnois; Duck and Harrison  with. 15, 12 and 10 respectively.  The Cougars were led by Brad Norris'  12 and Art Dew 11 points. High rebounding Dave. MacDonald again had a strong  defence game so did Wayne Smith and  Bill Sneddon who is going into the game  -with a sprained thumb still managed to  shoot 3 for 4 from the foul line.  The Cougars travel to Pemberton and  . Squamish January 21st and 22nd and the  ���then wrap up their: home 'season "against  and at Roberts Creek {he home team Randy Warnock strong support in a  scored" a76-4 victory over Madeira well-played game. Besides boosting  Park visitors.' Roberts Cre^ek is pic-  -Templeton on--Friday January 28.  Juvenile soccer  latest results  -P��0ft  *��  area   mre'T^bccei^games from commencing the  second half of tlie season last Sunday.  Weather   permitting   it  is   hoped  that  games   will   be   underway   next   Sunday'  as follows:  division 7. P. ll,'Hotspurs v Teemcn,  Madeira Park, 12 noon, Douglas Flyers v  Ken Mac Bombers, Langdule at 1 p.m.  Nomads v Warriors, GibsoUs at. 1 p.m.  Division 5 and (j. Co-op^Cougars v  Caledonians,   Gibsons     at   2   p.m.     P.H.  Kouglvrlclers,. v ���RobertaCreole'Madeira  Park al  1   p.m.  Braves v Ken's Vikings,  lhiukett Park at 1  p.m.'..'..   Division  4, -Game  tljrre .2  p.tn, Ronl-"  cogor   Riders   v  Totems,   Madoira   Park,  Timbermon v Super Valu, Hackett Park.  Madeira Park  typon. hour   inter-elementary school    Will Bulmer, Madeira1 Park; players ' Peters, Roddy   Tait, Glen   Dubois,  -ptayhrrT&ndltlBnTTir^^ ���flooiHloekey-gaiiietr^i^^���sHierirT-Snntiqais^^  a prevented Sunshine Coast" juve-    chance to seejall the schqql teaimJr-, kel, Darre'l Scoular, Martin Kiiutson,���I^pt^Kejfry=-Ward���Ra'ridy-Vv^trnpckr  actiojh.Fictuiecfwith theii copch Mi     Don Blown, Ricky   Johnson; Andy    and-Carey Paul.  \mMmM  ;jjy"fyQ Moscrip  LATEST fPRultn fro'ili  tho Soeho'll ,Liii'ioh  hIiiiw no pi'iiiiculiii'ly high hcui-oh, Mixed 10 plus: PHlo I'juiIkoii !MII, Gorily Mu-  Coui't Mil, Gladys. ,j!*l|lngson 2(13, Ml Mui  . 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' >  'IT .- , EFF^CTIXE:" '        "  THURSDAY THROUGH SATURDAY, JANUARY*20*32  i i  I * ' ' I ' * ��      ' '   '�� I  elt^ujieCllflafliW  m      .I,.., ,., ,. i,...   i  i>i|)^��Mwmfliiwwiw��,  l*tf*'**"V*,f"  II'  |'l   W  CowHo Street, Secholt  Phono 885^9416  ���it  ^ T���,���,.,���.r..ir,.T.���������.....,���._,^_  ���.���r r.     n. _ ^     ���_       ,., ,._..���-,,��� ,.,..,_���,     ^.���_r ,.���r.,.,.,..,..,., _.,-..,.,���....���...      ���_,, , ���������._.���.., -..���._ .������,. _.r _..���  ,- ���..,.. .., _,.���. ,-,,.. ,.-,..,  . ���   .*?'���   ..���   . i i  "i  '��� '      ��� ���'   -,      , ' '        ' '   .., .     ��'        ������ , "-7.   '<?'     7   -��  iMimt^mmm  umAmm<mi*iim^wwipiim*fi^^  Mm m  . ,.���t.   ,  I "  , i '  I    l  !��  '��:<r  TV.  lll.t  ,   I   ' ,��l II       I '  ' ll.l'jl'l ,11'  ll .  *J ��  j V>.'i 'i  t    ���  4.11  '   * I  l'\ I'  11 <l.  I   -    fil^"1 l'l'<  1" 11,        M      ���      . <r   ', *       '    '  t, i\  \Yi 7. ( ..if^  'n',7 J,;y,*,;.'i,...' itW1'.".'. ''��' 1 \ r;' v;i* vu. \ ���  ,'yl, ifi'fi ,.^,lj,l44i(! iJiMI,��"*lii��i,i,(.��.-i.,. (u'lJ.li^.. ��( |.<! ,n,     il���   1  ,',".'  1 'Ul 1"     '    * r.  .  '1    .��.  ����',  ���~^.*i*r-^-+-qB:S  -rf   J^  K'��) V1* r..-.  ���v   **"  r-' ���"*   r  Life   member    of  Pender  Harbour  Auxiliary to St. Mary's Hospital. Mrs.  Elsa Warden conducted the installation of officers at the "annual meeting  of the Auxiliary held at Lord Jim's  Installation  Hodge last week. Pictured from^ft  are president for 1972. Mrs. J7T)on-  %me&  Section B  Wednesday, January 19/1972  Pages  l-(5  W.e��s,t"..Canadian Graphiq' Industrie*  ;,.2U4   *esvt -bth   Ave. .       ������  Vancouver   17, ������:*.   C. 7  ���Service ���       '  Hazardous ditch . * w  rtment not intereste)  suggests concerned trustee  75��EEP ditch in ironfof Elphinstone Secondary Sqhol which forces pedestrians to ������  walk on Highway/10.1 as there is- no soft-  shoulder was, again discussed by School  District Trustees. Bringing the matter to  ��� the attenidn of tho board, .trustee Agnes  Labonte^   said   that,   the   Department   of  Highways   doesn't  seem   to   want   to   do  nything" about ~itr-and. suggesied_41ia��.4he-  board   should   approach   the   village   of  Gibsons.  ^  It was finally decided that the School  ' Board  will sent separate letters to Hon.  Isabel   Dawson   and   the   Department   of  Highways pointing ,6u�� the hazard which  the ditch represent?.  committee chairmen .are named first:  Education: also responsible, fpr Indian  "Integration 7and   Public Relations,   Mrs.  Agnes Labonte, Terry Booth.  r   Personnel: B. Mulligan, B. Nimmo, B.  Malcolm.  Planning:   B.   Nimmo,   J.   Hayes,   T.  Booth, B. Mulligan.  Repairing  nelly;  Mrs. Warden and past president  Mrs.   Isabel    Goorarup.���Mrs-  Warden has been a devoted member  of the  Auxiliary^for va number  of  years and her very pr  'iQspiration.xto new members1 of the  -��xe���ufe*er;-���:     ;-r'-���"��� ':j���~������-���  'FINE EFFORT  i&Uact^uper-mtend'enWJl^-Hanna-cojn--  gratulated   Elphinstone's   Vice   Principal  -Larry Grant-on- the r-eeent Senior���Boys'  Basketball   tournament   which   was   well  conducted and generated a lot of enthusi-  -QsiH^���=^=^ ���-+-. , +������������:- ;  Finance: J.  Hayes,  T.  Booth.  ��� Policy:   Mrs.   S.   Kitson,   Mrs.   A.   Labonte, B. Nimmo.  Union Board of Health delegate, Mrs.  A. Labonte, Mrs. S. Kitson, alternate.  Sechelt will be represented at South  Coast ranch meetings by trustees who are  available to attend and it^ is hoped that  more than one trustee will attend. <  A status symbol is an instrument we  strike when we want someone to know'  we  are  there. "    * '  STONES  and  FINE GIFTS  VOLTAIRE  30% off  -SKHEtT  j Sechelt, B.C.  OinfclMIJtelMNfMMmMMMMMI  FINE  SWISS  WATCHES  88534ZT  COMMITTEES  This year the School Board has cut  down on the nun-j'oer of committees by  eliminating those which no longer functioned and ^combining others; Chairman  Mrs. Sheila Kitson is an ex-officio member of all the following committees and  Commended for the wonderfuL serT  vice tjb.ey^haye given to PehderfHarbour Hbspit^ Auxiliai^  their ten year .spoons  which were;  .presented by retiring president Mrs,v  ����iIsabei;Go61dr^  hincheori, ��� are from left: Mrs. TPoiii  Scales and Mrs, Rod Webb. ���  Tarry on up the jungle'  this week at Twilight  YOUR   last   chance   tonight   to   witness  bizarre ritual in  "Witchcraft 70"  and  see a motorcycle gang in action in "Cycle  Savages". Good Luck.'  Then, for a welcome change of pace,  on...Thursday, evening,.. "Carry on.up���the���..  Jungle" starts, for three days of carrying on and slapstick British comedy routine in a tropical setting; with bawdy  assistance from such notable characters as  Frankie Howard, Sidney James, Charles  Hawtrey, Sylvia Sims and the rest of  the gang.       " ~^_.���-���-.  If it's action and suppnse you want  with George C. Scfbttjn "The Last Run."  "Tome.to lhe Twilight Theatre in Gibsons  on any one of three evenings starting  Sunday at 8 p.m. Scott portrays an aging,  world-weary ex-gangster who is about to  embark on his first job in nine years,  drivirvg an escaped convict, across Spain  ^o^Eeaaee.���Erorn then  on  just --ait- baejjcr  VAfcUABLfr-COUPON -7 Clip This Coupon .  ,      PRESENT THIS COUPON AND. ...  SAVE $2.00���save ^Qn   your  next  Shampoo  and' Set  DID YOU  KNOW?        ,  We charge lesS fof coloring your hair than what it cost to buy the material in the store.'  ��� '   "*   Now we use Professional Hair Coloring by  CLAIRQL.��� CO! OR ESSENCE TOES6MAAt-  -ROUX - 'tvOREAfc-  VITACOLOR ��� WELLA  CONTINENTAL COIFFURES & BOUTIQUE  Trail Bay Centre,  Sechelt 1  For Appointments phone 885-2339  VALID Mondays and Tuesdays Only  SUBDIVISION  and watch asc Scott disposes of people,  b'urns a car and outdrives everyone to a  climatic finish  WATERFRONT AND VIEW LOTS  ONLY 11 LOTS LEFT  HURRY! WHILE THEY LAST.  BOAT HARBOUR  TERMS AVAILABLE  OSBORN LOGGING GO. LTD.  9767 ��� Box JS9, Sechelt  322  ~~ ���^ri,,'vr;T  Pender Auxiliary  elects new slate  Rchdy to start worjc and with a.vory ,  challenging year   ahead, executive,  , officers of Pender, Harbour Auxiliary-,  "        ���*  "  s .' '   to St. Mary's Hospital are from' left;''  Rotlrlni'jM-oflldont Mm, Q.-QooUli-AiPjiWol- , publicity,  Mrs.  J!.  Tully;   2nd vico '   .w,CQmod,���ol(l ^l,'!^  cl0ltc|ouHmiw.-B��i8b��rdnmlwo.Uhon4olny-   prostdont, Mrs. F. Olson j president, :  Qln Sinv*hoMn�������S iSrt 'fe. J. Donnelly;   past   prpsldpn't, .  -*t~*J>ffl^^ 77.7 :.:: .��::::���Mri!"sK���Peterson. feaurbr is Mrs,  MIGHTY MITES  ' 'I' '    ���' ,    "     . ,    (,'",    'll, 'I" ���"���  , Classified AdBrlefs, reqch'.,nedriy   , 2,2^0 |^ornes.eye(y(!weeK,,(  , Use thoii^for steady, low-cost  THE, TIMES  "^rK^n"^^ Is Mrs.    ! TUG  TIMES !  .,,,..,, , Dl'UW  pi'MQ WllinC!l'l,lWCH,Ol.,'V,lS,   'WH5", rsr rrilAf^ ���'������ Pn'nHrtn -'HnphniiP" '���A"iivlHh'r��\>'  "' '*""   "*"'"'' "'''���"' ���'* ���*���"*' IlVlfc*** ' ...    nonu,  Miu  HodHHon    mid   Mi-b.  FrniiOP,    h ^7Vn \?a���\u���}���m ���WMTy      ti05���9654 (Soeho,^      086-7344 (Qlbton.)  Ltinch6Qn>wnBi"followR<l-'wlllr'Tcnd>nK"Qr":^'-��QW"an.Jts-l-^  ��,-.- '>^faia^^^  mltiooH.'A vory profllubla nncl HUccoBUful' ;i  >pafi), yonr wnn roportod nnclTuoiiiborrt woro '  Ui��nHod.f��r Iholr' ondouv.ovH whl.oh (uUltuf  ,  ' It) IllO HlU'l'I'MH, ',,     ���__.. 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Page B-2 The Peninsula Time*  A - Wednesday. January 19. .1972   1_  Peninsula Times  Dancing 9:30-1:30 a.m.  Dance to the  PENN KINGS  Saturday, Jan722, 1973  SULA HOTEL  IN i AN  effort   to   give   Peninsula   Tidies  readers in Gibsons better news coverage,  this  newspaper has nqw opened an  office  in   that' village.       ..������ . ���-  The office,  located  in the MacGregor  Pacific Real Estate building at the corner  -of���N-- Flefeher. _R��ad���and���the- Su-ns^lne^  Coast   Hhig'tway,   is   being   manned   by  -both-editorial and"advertrsiiTg staff. Jack-  Mills  looks after the writing, end. tyi the  Gibsons section._, of   the   newspaper   and  Jack   McCann   is   the   advertising   repre  sentative. Telephone number.is 886-7244.  ' * ' **��� 7"      '''  ".-.  Popular vegetable  has numerous use?  POTATOES  are  the  craziest  things.  Tliey'll remove bags from under the eyes.  --They'^e-^eed-^P:^ftl^atwt-g .oil  patn&ftgs-  Probe  They take the rust from  pots and pans.  And   they're  not  fattening.  About those "poches sous les yeux",  or .bags under the eyes, a slice of raw  potato applied to the swollen area for  15 minutes does the trick,, according to  Larry Jorgenson, secretary-manager _pf  the Alberta Potato Commission in Cal-  garv.  Oil-paintings? Rub raw sliced potato Constable Brian Hocking, Const. Roy ing Road. A thorough search by civil-  over the painting and then wipe off Danforth and Corporal Laurie Mar- ians and.RCMP personnel and two  with a damp rag. Mr. Jorgenson says, shall prepare to check a n'ewly found tracking dogs had failed to reyeal any  the oils glisten v^y new life after the two foot deep hole in the forest a . trace of the little girl who was re-  potato poultice, short distance off the Irvine's Land-    ported missing on Sunday, January 9.  Try the same thing on rusty sections  of the kitchen pots and pans to bring  them back to mint condition, says Mr.  Jorgenson. '      ,������  But potatoes fattening? Bunk, says  Mr. Jorgenson, and he sets out to prove  his point*.  He quotes such sources as the Federal  Department of Health, the Departments  of Agriculture of Canada and the United  States, that a medium size potato baked^  in its skin contains only 93 calories7one  boiled in its skin has r-76 calories,-and  one peeled, masned and \with�� milk���added  produces only 65 calori  iUUMMMMMWMUBAhlltC '  as cons  FLOORCOVERINGS LTD.  1659 Sunshine Coast Highway at Wyrtgaert Road, Gibsons  Phone 886-7112  ��� CARPETS    * TILES    * LINOLEUMS  ..,���;(_..���_7_. ������ ^^..^..^...HOLIRS; ,.. _.,���_ .._....,,: =���,t,....,^_,���....^7.  Closed Monday, Open 9 a.m. - 6 p.m. ��� Friday Might Til 9 p.m.  ANOTHER alternative' route in the controversial Grib^ons bypass was^brought  up at a meeting of the Sunshine- Coast���  Regional   District,   department   of ' high- -  ways,  and   Gibsons,     municipal   officials, .  held on Wednesday of last week at the  regional board office. "  -    Gibsons  Mayor Walter  Peterson- said  WELCOME to the* Gateway to The Sun-    Mr. and  Mrs. Tom Udall's Irwin Motel.     that Norman Zaff, a representative of the  shine   Coast .Thank   yew!   But   from     Also understand Tom had to dig her car     department'of highways, offered the al-   6'M'the next morning."Shucks, Torn we'd.   "terhatiVe'at'the Meeting hut, Mr! Peter--i  be glad to help if it ever happens again,     son  said,   "his   department didn't   really  Among  othrer " things  a  newcomer "to     recommend h but they felt it was feasi-  GIBSONS  last time Tonight  what I've seen here since my short few  days- in Gibsonville, I must have entered  the wrong gate. Seriously, living in a  village such as Gibsons, with all its hills,  Take   a   serving   of   rice   with  a  few  raisins   added     and   the   calorie   t o t a 1 lue   WIUI,K   Kate.   oenuusiy,   nvnm   m   a n-u \   u ,     u *       ,.���       ���     *u  reaches  146   he DOints out ��v' "Vi,,s <* Gibsons   cannot   help   but   notice   is   the  "Potatoes    have   been   maliened    for, Village S"Ch 3S Gibsons- with a11 its hills> distinct lack of pay telephones in the vil-  yeai^_f^^t__fattJ^^ curves,   turns,   and  crooked   roads,   does lage. And one cannot fault BC Tel on this     was satisnea tnat the highways  depart-  savs   "but  the" rii lnr'i't ���'�� n^t thp nlin .-' have its advantages. Take t'other day. for one.   There   are     two   locations   . where     ^-n^ hf? at least: decided to take a look  it   is   the   calorie rich     tnnninT thTln instance. A member of the Sechelt RCMP' phones have been removed as a result of     at  another  route,  which  would  run, be-  ***��**J��^^ ���*�� ai!!!!d ���f *J&&1 a^^^^JB^^}J^^l^    Ih-eady  suggested.^"  alternatlve, r��UteS  ble."  ��� Frank West told  The Times  that he  was satisfied that the highways  depart-  "Even    in most reducing diets, potatoes should -remain part of the dally fo'od  intake," he gays. ^Potatoes are "an excellent source of Vitamin C���a'rid their values  in  iron,   potassium,   niacin   and   thiamin  are high. When these factors'are all taken  into   consideration,   along   with   the  eco  nomy  of  potatoes,  it's obvious  that  po  tatoes  are- a   prime  part  of  every   per  son's diet, day in and day out."  stopped my car and asked me to get out     sheer vandalism. We weren't, aware of the  and walk a straight line. All I did' was     phone at. the post office until a cojuple  WITCHCRAFT  plus  CYCLE SAVAGES  of  days  ago' so settled  for   the   one  at The mayor did say that the consider-'  the end of the wharf. Did you ever make. ati'on of another road site  would delay  plans for the five-mile stretch of highway another year.  .At the present rate of decline;- even  tho year 2000 will not see TB wiped out.  Jn 1970, 3,920 new active cases of TB  were detected,  THE BIBLE  BEONdERSfOOB:  For All Its Difficulties,  The Book Is A Gold-mine  Worth Working At,  A Froo Correspondence Course To Meet  Your Personal Needs Is Available. Sand,  Your Rcqupsr To Box 468, Gibsons, B.C.  VILLAGE  OF GIBSONS  % WfiEST-CiDIT 0IM9HCURRENT  tell him I was from Gibsons���the under  standing   fellow   shook     his   head- "and  walked away. a long distance phone call outside, on a  This probably shouldn't be. brought could, winter's night without your snug-  out in the open so early in the game but Sles on? It sure saves money.  it's difficult to resist quoting a man we - In case you haven't "guessed by-now,  met on our second day here. Said fellow, The Peninsula Times has.opened aii of-  iri case you can't figure it out, is a Se- fice here in Gibsons, with the -hope ,o|_  chelter, Or is it a Secheltite? Anyhow, the giving you better coverage in all activi-  quote. "You will find the people of Gib- ties. We honestly believe you deserve it.  sons are a, lot .colder ,th��n those in ,Se-��� ���Ypui" .PSSST columnist;, is ..looking,, after  chell.'" ' ���.,.....���.- 'the''writing' end^  ahd'J^clj  McCarm'"is  "I  don't  know  what  it  is,"  he  con- idling  your advertising/ We  hope  to  tinued,7'but.the' villagers of Sea Shelled SGt,a*'PUnd .^  are much friendlier thun Glbsonites." zntion in the village before too long. But"  -Baldordash!   Humbug!   Your   mother.- . i^ij^S^^, mlT yW'' thlS' '?, ?1  ���wears long unclorv/our End all iluU Jam! E J? 1��� J^ ^ A ��f f  We have nov^ mot a nicer bunch than f.^Jrlt Mn?r^f \ *BP p "i^T'f  t hose - thatH Ive--In-Glbsonsviller-And-we-r  can say that with all sincerity. Perhaps ^'^ "ndQ *n��n�� ,coffef witf ����'" II  the  Sen  ShollcH  was  merolv   trvlnc  to    mny not be ^^-o-o-t-h and wo do^uso  k!ve his VmSb i St Wc^in ��o"whV!' frRnCJmi,'a T���� lo'In����a,!Hr0 !V ^Ut Shir>  After all, when you're only number two \Z, A"w'L <??ka?i U-,an-d by ^m��  you have to try harder, chum' ,l H a ml^hty fl?10 br0w'       And  did  you  know Gibsons was tho    .���"*Jn' ^T^? !l����� llve1dIbo,'��)��  temporary homo ,of singer Jpnl Mitchell     " J lR& RZJll n^��nd ld?nnt0  la��t Mofulay nlgW:? Soqms tlxp.celebrated l" J, ^ ;tt1!     mT1' Ul0,  vooallHt   (remember Carrie?)  has a  pad '      ^  Homewliero north of ho,ro and H|,e stop- "�� t )n fq0''.^ "n1cd?   Wo'ro     lftlkln��  .    about  the  scenery surroundlnfi yon,  If  ^w��you,hoveJi*ot-scon.-.thQ.-re8t-o��4ho��counlry/'-  ^|'-'iToat"'jnsfluroc|''you,*nr6,''llvin'j[,''iHw6h'o,-''6ni'"o ''  nionl boaullful locrtlos, In, Canada���if not  tho  world.  Exaggerating?    Not    a  bit,   friend,'You'd hotter bollovo wo, hero In  Glbaons aro tortanatb.And I thank' Qod  fpr. tho privilege of being able to in-  COMMERCIAL PRINTING  see THE TIMK  , ^^ll^^^'^'^^W^ " :'ff  7 ^ ^*i 7 >,  unitlo y\ *��� <{ y/7 ���>   i      ("ws  Thursday, Friday, Saturday, January 20, 21, 22  t  LAST RUN  ��� Starring: George���C. Scott.  Sunday, Monday, Tuesday, Jahuar^:23; 24/25 7w;  Next Week:"-4he all new BlJAdKBEAufVt  peel over during tho night of tho storm ,at  .+..,*,.   '"ii"*'.  e between January  1st and May fSth  liifwstyat tha rato of 5% par annum, will |bo credited to any prepayment deposit on current (1972) taxes mado betveen January.lit and  Mqy 15th, 1972. Intorost will bo calculated from tho date of paymont  .to Juno 30, 1972, Such-deposits, in any amount up to tho total of the ,  ���*1971*taxosrM'Hlebo,"accoptcdr""!"���* -***��*-�����**���  ii,.d^W*#V...,,W^^twl  ."*'' iViViV.ityivwrm ?,/tftiiViVi'tVtv.v.vtVtVi,i'ii;ii^('l':f^'''iyi'tViV,')ViV^^^^  iiiHiifill    '���  ^. u w V'., **\ .*  !^^OLE~reSH  wrxirv  elude )myRalfiIV-thnt"wo*,;'  ^iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimujii  ��*mh*i rtummwii i H. ������in ��� ������ m ti i v��imimi vm n-^a^ww^M-yy^  �����*! 1   ��� *��.��Ky*'.l ��-,'**1*v��v. 11v��v+!viF��*WftWW5'**-\��'"-+l-''"f-���*���*�����*  w^mim**i^m*mmm^mm  Any further Information required may.be obtained,from tho Muni-  :lpa|^fhqii7lT3lDphWRr88d^2343;���'���"��� r-; ' r~r   Docornbor 22,  1971.  DAVID JOHNSTON  Municipal Clerk  Nevems  RADIO & TELEVISION  ,,��,4,�� .,k 'a ..*r�� cleajer'*for!",*',w','i'*,"*t*"M*'~'i'  ZENITH  :���_, FLEETWOOD  ADMIRAL - PHILIPS   .!..!������ *",�� ..I.-... Wt i���... m_^.���^tH..���,_^���  EVERYTHIjjG (FOR  HOME ENTERTAINMENT  Ph. 806-2280  FRYING CHICKENS  UB7 "T- W  BOLOGNA  Top Quality. By the piece  \ I t <i   #- ���  . Jfl.tftrr...  PORK RIBLETS  fW'"".' it.ni*����  'Frosh-and-Economicnt-  ^wiiA*****  ~<;^\fWBf9MK~m^^  "". ,""  Wo hayo1 a fow loft from tho holaiays.  n  rProxonr"'"'"l"'''',''"''','"'''!''':"t''*;''*i'"-,,,,'���"''',v''*' ,��',',v'  While thay last '*���.....j��l���.;,pw4fi  A lb, ����"3  Gibsons, B.C. ^  IIBHItlWtUllHllIlltWir T  lOP^QUALITyJMEATS- AT YOim CO-OP FOOD SERVKf CENTRE  (��� **^'^��i^*W*i����***��af*i**i(fp'Atf|ilf ^��t��^*l��iM*">*J^^i|��|!**t''4��^?S|M^ WBm tp&tfy  itwmz.'&HH^ I  (wrawrfooirHRvicrtEHTRr^  i        ' ** i 11   ' i f      �� ' ��   i   \     , ���        lit |i t      1        '       '    ii    i    I  Gibaona  fHJ.,��^.l.|l.   ,..!!., IIII.     IL  ���J-.I.  t.|..H'.  Phono 886-3C22  SERVING THE SUNSHINE COAST FOR OVER 54 YEARSy  -   " 1  ",''   ,   , .    '        '    '      4     i   ,    ',' ;      ,7   ",    , ,   '    I '     ���   ; .,.���.,.  mm  COMPARE  PUR PRICES  AND SAVE  <y-  ifcfflfcuiiiiiiiiiiiim m  m*  W*WWW#rtaM��^WW^  ��^p I i c  * ^i ^Sfcw^*9^ fi��^Pi^#s'tww TBlk^^ii w^w-|3^^jg  DRUG STORES  i  ��.  ��� ii  ,|i.i  �� ". ... ,   .  896-2234  I.      , .'" ,.  ..  SUN^YCRRESTiflAZA^PRUGS'  /.  lift  ^�����*t^.��#*.^.M .  3lI5%��n fifm I f^"*^...^-"-*  885-2238  ��� ,     -I , ��� *i  mmmm  iwymmbmmmtMpm  **��. .��f  ...   i ��� i , ,,,,���   i    ,,,.,,      ",f T.* 7 V1*-',!'! H   km   r   H '   '        ''''     " 1 ,���....!   .fi   ���,   ��<.|��. i   .���     r   i i..i- ,   ,.7|'  i,       <i  ii,. -   0       i , l    '     '   "'!���(������   ���  1        I '       '  7 '  f *   i,, �� '  I      i  '"��� i ��!' I'    11  *    ��� , 11 \v  #f*��??f  9ttP  Around Gibsons-  ��' " ' '.   '������;    '��� " ���   ���'  -e ���  "  ���by Marion Charman, 886-9862  LA��RRiY' Lahfinte/".who fell at the mill  at Port Mellon en Monday night'of  last week, was kept therein first-aid all  night.'Road, conditions ai. that time were  hazardous. In the morning Mr. L'abdnte.  was taken-to hospital. His injury is in  llie k'ne.e area. He suffered a crack in the  bone just above the knee join, which is  - no doubt painful. Mr. Labonte is receiving  the best of gave a-nd with physiotherapj^  'etc. will be made more comfortable and  doubtless will feel better when' he can  move around on, crutches, after which  it will take a while before lie is back  in...the. swing.d things. .^  ...           While she is recuperating, Mrs. G.  Hope, who was a patient in St. Mary's  Hospital,   will   hp   at   thf>   home   of   her  daughter, Mrs.'D. Fylesv  Considerable consternation was caused  by 'smoking fused wires at a Hopkins  Landing home when snow sliding off a  steep roof ripped electrical wires. The  householder, who had the presence di  mind to quickly throw the main switch  was relieved that_ no person was hurt  as a result of the incident.  Gordon Monkman and his crew of the  Rural Well Drillers Ltd., water-well  specialist who go anywhere in B.C.,. ar.i  again busy for several weeks in this area,  presently up in the field on the north side  of the highway across from Pine Road:  They have had several other enquiries  for their services here.  Journeying to Edmonton to visit their  son-in-law and daughter Elaine were Mr.  and Mrs. R. Emerson,* who found Alberta  ��� weather rather cold.  Rocky and Grace Grey visited at Sur-  ���rpy with thpir daughter and,  her family.  Wednesdoyv January 19, .1972     ^he ^iftsula Timet r P��S* *-3  \  .\ ��� ���...  Box 739,  Gibsons, B.C. ^ 8$G-7244  LuuuuuuuuutjupuuljnnrimiiM^iwrii'ir rr-r ���...hn��**��*M^mmm*^uiii*Milt^  FamttyLife $&ucation  Fi^e year oidft^ moSl Rene Rob- Ainiual Gen. Meeting of Gibsons Auxiliary  son had been missing for seven days -.��*-. ,  When this picture was taken showing  the pathway which branches off Irvine's Landing Road about V4-- mile jailuaiy  into the bush before  reaching the   ^'sident, in the chair  '^n^lSn^SsdS^pStt- The   Annual   Treasurer's   report   by  ���thpr flrui-Jito-mri.ArsdeU. ine patn-   ^. Bteht^irformw3Htfa^^^  ANNUAL meeting of the Gibsons Auxiln;-    Gibsons, at a new time 1:45 p.m. All new " to date, registration should increase as the  'iary to St. Mary's Hospital was held    members warmly welcome: ,        first night "dr^y*^ neaix  in   the   Gibsons   Health   Centre   at   1:30 ��� : ^���  Registration fe^s  are .$10 for couples  pm,   Januarys  12, 1972.  Dooley   Mason,_T_For_QuiejE_BM^fe_Us-e_T4mes_Adbr4e|s      for the fOUr m$0# t>�� $3 per night and  ���p-eyfr7,4^^^ine7.gPRRinn;;    have   been'    $6  foi- singles  for  the_c6mptete_ course  .    lined up '^-iipljonth of February     or ��2 per night.  when School DistrMNo. 46 (Sechelt) will G uest   speakers   include   Dr..  John  offer its Farnly4#6 Education program     Friesen, .faculty of education, University   ,  for residents 61 "this area under the dis-     of .'B.C.;   Dr. John  Stewart,   director  of  triefs adult education activities, accord-     West Vancouver Institute of Living and  g to spokesman Glen Bawtinheimer. Learning;    Norman    Alban,    accountant  ��� 7 7;  ,       ,        .    ��,     -,       consultant; Mrs. John Birchall, president  The course will take place in the Ll-     q{ Singlfe pa,ent  Organization  and  Miss  phinstone ST.  SecondaryjSchpoL for  the ..;_Mai.ge^Martin", social worker.  fem>-mglvfe!-star4ing-Tuesday-, February. 8,  Topics-scheduled^treMan and-Womanf-  The Tasks of the Family Today and Signs  of Trouble in Families; Finances, and  Single Parent Families.  Those interested in pre-registration or  further information are asked to contact  Glen Bawtinheimer at 886-7711 or Jim  Williamson ^at  886-2333.  with  the  final  session  Tuesday,  Febru  ary 29"    "-.;"''"*'v    "."::" 7.  Mr. Bawtinheimer ^aid- that these programs have been conducted with great  success W several areas of British Columbia, and wh^e response has been light  You can always -tell,when you're on  the road to righteousness���it's all uphill.  ��MMWMMIII��l��MllMyt|MMMMtIMMW|i>iMMMWMUMMIIl��l��^^  Dr.  Terence   Webb -returned   on   the way   continues   on   past     two   other th/December 31   1971 balance was $2100.  weekend from a vacation in San Fran- Gouges before rejoining the Irvine S Gibsons Auxiliary voted to have $2,000  C1SC��"           '  "���       ��� ���     _        . ._ Landing  Road.   If  Rene  had been transferred to the Coordinating Council  .Guest at the home of Dr.  and. Mrs. visiting  the   nearest    neighbor     She 0f Hospital Auxiliaries to St. Mary's Hos-  Webb was an aunt, Miss Norwood, who uld&,n()t  have   been   on   the   main pital for distribution to Hospital:  r^ has now returned to her home in London,     ,,.?,.         . ���  u      ��� i���  n^^.in^  lurWoi'l -  * England after a most enjoyable holiday Wlgh^y which Winds around Mixail Qladdie Davis reported that the; next  here                                                               ' Lake  Which   was   frozen  last week, bridge wilLbe held on January 24,. 1972  With the weather still inclement the The  house  pictured  here belongs to at 7;30 p.m. in the Gibsons Health ~C.en-;  Sunshine Tops held their delayed Christ- Mr. and Mrs. Dick Tarnoff anrl is the tre. For information please call 886-2009  mas party January 13 when 16 were pre- 'only one on the paved  highway be- or &86-2050. The Mini-Thrift shop report  sent- to_ enjoy  a smorgasbord  salad  lun- fore7 reaching the village of Irvine's .was given by Amy Blain.     ,  cheori and "exchange '"of "gifts".'  Mr.   and   Mrs.   W.   Dockar   and   son,  William, enjoyed a holiday in California  and  Mexido. ��� While  driving,   sortie  roads  were not too good and they encountered  considerable   snow   in   the   passes.     The  Dockars found the weather pleasant, down  south and had a delightful vacation.  ������"Mr; and Mrs. Ifealph Grigg-4taeh-fe  son, Dave, from- Williams Lake to visit  them briefly. Also guest of  the Griggs .  were their spn Ray with his wife Marlene  and   family   from   Quadra   Island".   Ray  Grigg teaches at the John Young High .  School in Campbell River.  " Gene Yablortski has returned to Fra-  ���ser Lake after a visit here. 7. -." ���������  George and Margo St. Germaine and^  Garry   from   Riondelr  visited    Mrs.   M.  HolloAyink , and other relatives here.  ������<?   Barney  and    Bea    Finnerty,  former  Roberts Creek residents, now of Prince  ^George, visited relatives and friends here.  \'f  ,Mrs.   Morrison 7' of~^)^^Br^ndinft*^  'Store travelled, by plane tb England. Her  T^atherp Cyril TaylorV passed a^ay-Janu-:  -������dr-y-6--at-theAage^i)f77.1.^rs.L'.Mon;ison_is_  presently  visiting her  mother and brother in the old country, She is expected,  back in a week or so. ���  7 Mr. and Mrs, R. G* Chamberlin visited their daughter and her family at  , Duncan. Guests at the Chamberlin home  ���itfere their other daughter, Cathi, with  ��� husband Bruce Wallis and son, Darren, h  fi'om Holberg.  ''������ William McPhedran, who passed away  ^a'riuary*Ui;--'at'':r'tKe;i;-''age:"''of-'-'465sy;6ars;^'was  liorh and educated in, Vancouver. During  and after the..war he was. in the mer-  1 chanrnavy.THe' \tos bosun "when he was -  21 and he travelled around the world. Mr  Landing' some miles along this  Thumbnail sketches  DisLJfi Teachers,  Ivy   Richards^  in "charge   of"'"Hospftar  volunteers, reported that more volunteers  are needed to help in St. Mary's hospital  gift shop on Mondays.  The president gave her sincere thanks  to members for their cooperation, hard  work and enthusiasm. during the year  and stressed the importance of more com-  muuii,at>ion-ift-al*r--:the���hospital ai 1 xi 1 jary_  areas of volunteer service. ���  Oney DeCamp reported that she had  received $104 in donations for the Christmas Greetings Fund. The auxiliary offers  a very * sincere thank you to all.donor^  The next monthly meeting will be on  ���February 2, -1972-at-the ^-Health.. Centre,.  -K-  ms^^AJMiti snLUJMojfc,*  *��ii��i:wi>"nA^s^i  FEATURED .this   week    in the School  7*Boara'^   _     _       introduce,;r>ew teachers    in the School  McPhedran did not return to .ihe-tjeas    District is Elphinstone's Home Economics  after hi.r''marriage. /The family"resided    teapher;i(Mrs,^���^ijniei.Shum8l^,i;-^i  ih  P9well River for. two  years  before       "Bbriv';^ inr:"Winnipeg,''''ManlVdba:-' Mrs!  coming lno" Gibsons"'November*^ i;*1959r^  Iri Gibsons, Mr, McPhedran was an elec-    seeoijidar^ senior matriculation education   trical,,contractor, He, was,,friendly,,,and,.t.v,in^Wln^ipogv.-:A,.secretarialitvalnipg,coiArso ,,  "���'well llJtpd, Mr. McPhedran's popularity offered in the senior year at'high schol'  was evident 1'rorn the large number of. , qqujpped-'hfer for the busines^.'world  people paying their last respects at the   'where'she gained six years experience  funeral service held Jonuory 4 when, in hoford ntfr first son, Yale, was born in  ���;-~-add(tlon-to���many^looaUhusiness^eoBl(i_^^ - , (  .:���!. and' dthepvifriGnds,;,thero; wore those who .;,',.7wrs?SrSmskr'fe  had travelled ��� from'Towoll  River  and^'  Vancouver.   Mrs.  McPhedran's    nophow    wafl ln buf,ineBa [or tho next six yqars.,  chmo from Edmonton ...;,.���.     TvVo'moro sons,.Michael rind RuRsell Were  "    :.Suryiycd7bjr^i^],pvmg7wtfop  five daughters and one son; ono brother,    phfo&tonQ ��� ftlgh School,  Ron-   '    ^,75'C7,7i        ,   r , ^   , -, While^raising hbr family, Mrs, Shum-  Brian' Boser, who was in Barcelona,    h]     continued her studios by attending  ,, ''Spflin; has gono hy, ;boat. to tho Canary   0Y'enlng classes, ih��(Vancouvprfwhere f.sho  .   W���(lR<    '",','        ,"'.,���,    " obtainedfH-st yoar'Standh^jnUi^vorslty.  .�� Goorgq Borfor is holidaying-oV 'Palm   "Tho''"fjfmily-.'ilhtin hidved'1-to'California and  ���.r.:-,aprlngflr.CnlUornln.,;-.-.T.."   ;w, ,, .:, ,- .i.-::.ayiana4h'Q->iloxt^  Coming from Honoy to visit relatives    Rky obtained credit towards her Homo  rcnyert^<>^wW<>a��l  family ,��who��w6rQ-ftocomp��nlQd^by^AtaJ5U^Mnt^  Davidson Sr��� who was thrilled to mako        w|iilo residing in California she' ho-  ��� tho noqualntnncQ', of. hlfl7grQnt'gran^Honr,r, Cftm0, jnvolve  ClA.T, Pago, Soho"oltoaohlpg, and lator oil, ln.Rqmodial  , Mr. and Mrfl.'MoydrH;''PartrldgQ"'VWH-w^  v-    ed tholnttcr'n mc?tHor��when,nho was4n^l-tnwj(CTj|awr3hO'-,'WnB"*nWo��to^attQnd so-  hospital In Vancouver, Mrs, Roddon is    Vornl.(FMnUy* Psyqhothorapy Conforoncos  now a guest of tho Portrldgp homo. doallng with marital and family problems.   IM, .Molly,.JKonnott has nHurncd ��(������������....h6turning..loJJYlnnlaog���'o���1.0flO,. Mrm   ,,���Jei7ajiloa.sj\nt.vlHlt^ln���yictoriawwl1h ^  and Joan Usslman. tohri W (iomploto.wdrk towards her Homo"*  ' Mrs,, Ed GUI entertained at 0 luncheon    KOQn0rnlos Degree and obtain her Certift-   ��� >   party Saturday In honor of hop (ion Grant f cn$ jn  jBducotlon.  Bho  Is qutUlflcd  lo " '   -w)*o-ohflor-vod.JiloauUiJalrlhdj*y^n���M^T~ifl  day,' G��-osts woro Mlahaol Fylos, Mlcbaol    (,|lll(l dovolopmont, foodH, with a minor  Klnn'o, Stophor*3pnin, Dnvid 9chw ndt,    1|V ^uldniico,  Roger Hlnclta and Jamlq'Gill.: The boys ,        ,      .,���7.._....,>nj0y��)(l_4U��.Xl^^^  thii parly, '"'*��"'''"  Parlinmont ond isiiow law. These should provide answers to most of you*  What does tax jroform moan to you? How wiH    question      * ���  ��'   ; < >       ,      t   f <  'it affect you?  To answer tlioso questions, tho ,Dop��\rt^ont is  ^wndwtipBJMM^ program, '  ^Bdoklcts are,now��bcing printed and mailed to all,tax?_  payers 09 quickly as thoy.come off the press.      , ,   t  The complete mailing will be, finished in about  four weeks. ���������   ���.' ���,*" ,1 >'''��� ���''���*<*> 1   ��� 1        ��� '' ���  ���riH| ��A ���*, m I n*4r>l *** HrAr"     t"������|--r n---n i nnu-in ---ti iniiTiiirinc-'TiimniriiifniijTf mthi i -1 it" t*^ it mi ji - n 11      i nm i-��ninnn.^m  "k'' AU taxpayers will Ji'ccoiyo at least t^o booklets���  tloh, (acflprding to their specific needs.  Rend your booklets. Afterwards; if you hayo  questions, ask us. "W^'H bo glad to help. '   /  You will find thaf; your booklets; wiirmake 'if ���>���"  easier to file your income iax return in 1973| becauso  they will help you td prepare now*  ���a-^. *������. %n^l).   tf-ff   1  ^TI^lTlHh^^tT^M'iii'rieiit^htrndffid-^  over qbnlrolof tho .mail ndrvlooij to tho  "sFl^tertHir^ltWInT'^                                      mT~ 1 bero-woifo- pnly-flfl  cdon ��� poatmantor-fSflnorol  from  1H7H-7P,    mUon ,pt rnilwny track In Brltliih North  was a l^thor.orConfodoyaUon.,, ...>.;,7���...' ,Ampricn   CLOSING^# "���"'  EVMYTHING REPUCED  Electric Stovps - ,'dhestmifil3raWors �� Skis *  Tabic* nnd Chnlrs S Oil Hoators �� IEl#ctrlc Dryer  Good Motttessos 'M^O^^Sprlnaan fit*  hi 1  ^^ n��H4 ((rH^*   ifti^ 'frj^'1'  "^i*  > 1 ii y it//"  \\i  ��>   ,iii.  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(1 i|l I ��.id* 111 f 1    liU'l"     ��� i��|1������WVi.(|i f 1 r*   ,.u|| ,?��lV,^Til,,   ��.�� l,*'|;,    ",.      ,llk,      ,���  ��      , ill      ll-.H.      , '    1' '  .,���il��,i*��.*��i)..) i'i,,.H, .1 !���,'! ,1. if ,, ..i,!,. .jijj���,1.[��. ^.��if,.,k yn.m����.w���,tt ��*.*> ut,,1, ����<��,,(, ,, rt,       1 1   ..    1   '. ,   t ,i",  , k       1       ��� '��� ,k��.<    ,'i.l..  ,1 1   fr      ,'t  ,1"   , 1' 1, ' Ji  'I ,*tii   J     1  11 |"I    '  -������-' - i-'f r '-T*i|"*rrc^1.'.^ '*' 1 '"'" "HUlMP.rnT  ii ,     ^   7A'V  V<     '    v-1 ',W  .>-7  \  / r  Page B-��4  The Peninsula Timet     Wednesday/ January 19,  1972  N  A*      '  :���'-..  r"  t>  ���' ��� \' ��� -  To keep up with your community  activities,  redd  ��� ���.-.     t ���������     ., ,..^s  -,���..���,/-,. ����� '.    ��� ' *_ ; ��� _J_J.-���.   -Tfie���Tiiiiesr- AncfL for  shopping,  you'll stive steps  v  and fime  if you  look through The Times adver-  7 '.     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'i  ,   -     '   * ���      '  ���i'-    u<.��      ��     It-  iii.iiiiiii.nXiiini.i, ml, iinm^  ��t ltM'*'i1"* h*^��H"lMl  7 ���*',"*���  ���fpwrtum wmwmwaiwmioWwiM w  ^.'"'.':*'7  W8IWipi��IMIIw4rtWW^^  IwwWM  ^^w>wwwwiiii^iW*i|ii#w*��Wwi.����i  MiW4����pi*W  *W��W��|��^^B^��^^ -:*Jifta  ^���man^ffmy  ,\  itaVAuxilary  appoinb committees  FIRST meeting11' of the Roberts Creek  Hospital Auxiliary for 1972 was. held  January aoth in S���t, .Aidan's Hall. Fbl-  . J.ow4ng ��reading of reports -it- became  clear the group had a very favorable"past  yedr, both financially and in membership.    -  Insinuation of the 1972 executive was  carried out by first auxiliary president  Mrs. Lil Flumberfelt. 'New president, Mrs.  ��� Newman, was in,the chair for her first  meetijig and asked for volunteers to committees: Ottering fheii- ^services ~were:  Mrs,. LilliM^nomas'and-.Mrs. J. Butcher,  hospital .visiting;'.Mrs. M. Grose and Mrs.  Gordon; gift shop; Mrs. G. Ironside and  Mrs. E. Reece, thrift shop; Mrs. Bessie  Rowlands, catering; Mrs. H. Arbuqkle,  publicity  In I   , MfcujS*TWtl^Jlif/k,1  Ji-i 4iii  s-ftt*1-   i]a I  '.ii -*��� t;  I  A im For HeaMv Hearts  Ther Peninsula Times PageB'S;..  ; y/eHrieli4ay,JanijOry T9, 1972  "'���--���!'.'|f,l*l,".T-!'"i*^��?3".' ' ���  ��W��I -  mmm^  RSbuilt  I960. /  F&ptbridge at the head of Halfmoon    handrails. Mrs. Lyell's housejmd the  Mrs. Grose announced that gift shop    Blay rebuilt about 196& The^riginaL_-Post office were to the rigmof the  -^ow-sv at the hospital wnr-oera atn to ~bnulF~bu1ir^njnTrthe century Was    picture.  7 pm. Next regular meeting will be held    asimpl'e swinging bridge with no  as. usual ^t 1:304 pm February 14th^ usual -��� '     .   ..  H^pr vehicle licence   HlStory o/ Ha'/moofl **  29-  SALE of 1972 motor-vehicle licences commenced throughout British Columbia  on January 3rd. Forms for use in obtain-  , ing 1-972 licences were mailed to all British Columbia licensed motor-vehicle owners during December and the' owner  should use these, forms when applying to  renew their vehicle licences.  Passenger car owners will not receive  new licence plates. in  1972. The number  plates jssued in 1970 will be used again  ��� in 1972 but they.will need to display a yel- Th  -^ow^valMa#ftg--dgeai--^-n^^ ���m��IL__iJlg_-L'  REDROOFFS-and-Halfnioon-Bay^though-  next-door neighbour's, have ' always  been -separate communities, -each, with its  own characteristics. For many years, Redrooffs was little more than a resort, but  after Carl S. Bell subdivided.the property  in 1942, it developed into an area of summer homes and permanent retired residents,  Halfmoon Bay, "on the -other hand,  usually had a far bigger percentage of  younger people' and a rather more transient  population   of   loggers   and   fisher-  3K=_  ���by Mary Tfiikley  each of the-three-sistei-s4n-her-own-house,^-  Pete Tscha'ikowsky- recalls that it was  a pleasant calm day in April and she  was able to proceed with her cooking and  hon ehold chores just as if the house were  safely anchored on shore. When they  arrived at Halfmoon Bay, the tide was  low, so they tied up at the ��� Halfmoon  Bay whai'f until high tide when the  houses were run up on skids at the  Redrooffs beach. .,  They setvup camp just across the road  from what are now the Foster and Urqu-  hart properties at RedFOoffs. One house  THE   BACHELOR   who   can't   or   won't  ���  . cook, and the traveling' salesman, wfto  eats ,nio:��t of his  meals on..the, road.may  be   headed   for" heart ' trouble,   says   the '  B.��. Heart .Foundati -<7 '     _;      -   ���_  7" Eating   TTabits    lhat.kemphasi/.e   food's,  rich   in   saturated   fals   and   cholesterol���  .the ^ bacon ahd-eggs-      hamburger-and-  F'rench   fries,   meat-with-gravy, and   coffee- with- cream-route fallowed by so many '  who 'constantly  eat   out,   can   speed   the.  development of hardening of the arteries.  Usually! says .the B.C. Heart  Foundation, the items mentioned above are loaded   with  animal   (saturated) �� fats   and/or  cholesterol, -which     influence     coronary  artery   disease,   the   forerunner -of   heart  attack. Clearly, the bachelor or salesman  is on__a spot. However,' moderate changes.  in eating habits may get him off it.  The B.C. Heart Foundation therefore,  offers   this   heart-helping   advise,   which-  applies   to   anyone   who   eats  out   often:  l.Go easy.on the roll and biscuit basket.  Commercial types usually are made  ^UfPbutter, eggs, whole milk, cream or  other saturated fats.  2. Ask your waitress, foi- margarine instead  of butter^ Margarine and most vegetable oils contain polyunsaturated fats,  - wh-tch-can help lower cholesterol blood  levels.  3. Ask -your waitress to load up the appetizer tray. You'll relish nibbling all  you  want  on  celery,  carrots,  radishes,  . scallions,  pickles and the like.  4. You alsp can have your fill of salads,-  providing you use oil and vinegar dressing. It's tasty^and your salad will have  neither   saturated   fat   nor   cholesterol.  5. For the main course, concentrate on  lean' meats/fish and'poultry, baked,  broiler or roasted. If a sauce "is served  ned fruit without added sugar, gelatin  . fruit whip, puddings If made with low-  fat   milk,   iGe- fnilk���and     sherbet   in  . moderations - -     ���    . "'          , _ ...___ -w   777Good eating habits'-alone'"wont reduce  the risk of lu art attack, or of .stroke which  follows the fat-clogging df an artery  to the brain. Other important risk factors  lo ,coiitiol include... high blood pressure;  ���cigarette smoking, sedentary living, excess weight and other disease states such  as diabetes.  For more information on eating for  heart health, ask your local Heart Unit"  or the B.C. Heart Foundation, 1881 West  Broadway, Vancouver, for the pamphlet  "The Way to a Man's Heart". The Foundation also can provide information about;.  the other risk factors. ~ "  ���v  -.' -���-  There���are���seme days , when���the��� onljr; -  thing that comes off on schedule is yquf  .shirt button. .4.       ���.'���������:  OF  ��FF1CIRS  MEMBERSHIP MEETING  JANUARY 26s>  8^fm.  r "; Wilson Meek  Community hall  sunshine coast regional  district ratepayers  ASSOCIATION  licence has been renewed. The decal has  a serial number to identify it with the  vehicle registration. The yellow decal,  which is ' ref lectorized, must be placed  over the red decal which was attached  to the licence plates in 1971.  New licence plates will be issued for  commercial vehicles in 1972 and the plates  ever, always been served by one post  office. Mrs. Ciafa Lyell had the first  post office at her home at th'e'heacl of Jthe  bay, but around 1921, the post office was  transferred to Redrooffs to a room adjoining the Redrooffs store. In 1937 it returned to Halfmoon Bay to George Cormack  and  his   wife  Sadie  who . were   already  was left on a float in a little cove near  the Ken Argue house land was set up  as the kitchen. Two of the old Logco  houses can still be seen around. The  Tschaikowsky's house is the one .where  Owen and Lois Edmunds now live and  there is one on the waterfront ..of -the  Redrooffs resort. Among the well-known  ~~cm your iStss^T^SS7^1S-ir~bii. Remove  the skin from the turkey and chicken,  to avoid most of the fowl fat.        ,  6. If you like milk, try skim milk, Or  buttermilk and yogurt made from skim  milk. You can have cocoa made with  low-fat milk..  7. Naturally,   you   should     avoid   or   eat  ���sparlngiy���6f-r4&h-desser-te���Whafe-left?  background. For the first time, commercial vehicle plates will not have a letter  ���prefix. New licence plates will also be  issued - f or motorcycles-and^trailers^and"  they will be the same color as the commercial vehicle licence plates.  All   vehicle   owners   are   advised   to  obtain their 1972 licences as sopn as possible after the issuance period commences.  1971   licences   will   expire   on   February  29th.; 1972 and persons who; operate the  present post office.                    (' Stewart  and  his two  bothers.  In 1946, Richard Laird, returning home Halfmoon Bay  has  cradled the  birth  after  service   with  the   Royal  Canadian of at least one big business. "The late Wilf  -Ak -Forcer accompanied-by" his--Englis  war bride, Jean, took over the post office 1939 where he homesteaded and became  A large' variety of fresh fruit, or can-  and ran it for three years before selling  out  to  Ted  and Bessie  Roseboom.   The  post office burned down in 1950 and was  rebuilt by the Rosebobms. Arfchie-iRuther-  ford, who had been living at Welcome  Beach,   became  postmasters in������-'���1952" and  vehicles on the streets and" highways "in   *��e  and  Mrs"  Rutherford  have  operated  British Columbia after -that date  with-   J5e P��5t'~ office since that time,  out having the vehicle properly licensed   ~~^ Meanwhile,  in 1936,  Tommy Beasley  for 1972 will leave themselves liable to    had  huilt a  small store  which  is   now  prosecution. There will be no extension     Part of. the B.  & J.  Store.  During  the       ���              ���  of  the   1971   licence- period  beyond   the     twelve -years   he  owned   it   its   services     electric power and no black top, but it  February 29th deadline. included a beauty shop and a dress shop     did have one service which is not avail-  organized   by   his   sister-in-law,   Lillian     able to"- residents ta-day, namely  a taxi  distributor  for  the  Shell  Oil  Company.  With the small truck which he used for  delivering milk from his cows, he undertook some freighting jobs and that was  the beginning of the WiLfj Scott TTrans^  ���fer which -in less than: twenty years was  operating  four   big  freight  trucks   with  a.  franchise, between   .,Vancouver........and  Powell River. W'lf sold his business.to  Powell River Freight Lines.  Back  in  the  1930's the Bay had  no  ~Dental Topics  ROBOTS,   computers   and   laser   beams  may run routine chores in the dental  office of the year 2000, say some dental  ��� efficiency experts.  Patients  will benefit  from  improved  diagnosis and treatment planning by the  Tait. In '194S he sold the business to Ed  Pratt who added an extension and returned to- his home in Surrey, leavig Gordon  King to run the store for him. Jim arid.  "SeVvl'itier. '',T&Xtg;.;wer6,:,'b^'eratfe,d'ln:i;iliai,''JJ!y'  Hilton Tait, by his son-in-law, Bill Mer-  vyn, by Pat McSorley and Ernie Pem-  ble. One of the Bay's most-intrepid driv-  Billie Graves bought it in 1955 ancLthj^T; 4--ers, Mrs.t-Pat.i.N^ss?.;Nd.rgye;^x-^^.^-  and Reta'"   Sorley .'and'PerhDle and also drdve^Wilf  teen years Jater sold it to Bill  Clark,  the jjpresent  owners  ..The Halfmoon Bay  wharf was built  Bills, hills, biUs!-A^d''&m7&tt'^pyaiid:-li,s January blues.  Swt^m��&et^1^get:=Y��^^  around your basement, af|^^rsf#^room. N[aybe even  you no longer use ... turn thqmJiitc cash with classified  AdBriefs/��dsi'd0onl  Scott's pick-up truck, picking up freight  from the coastal steamers and^ delivering  ���denitisT^whTle skilled auxiliary rjersonnel  and machines carry out the technical  duties, Robots will shoulder much of the  routine work, such as sterilization of  Instruments, all paper work,' patient  scheduling: and processing.  Weather and climate control in cities  would affect office design. Patients would  benefit from Controlled and super-effective relaxation techniques and- sleep control and rapid transmission of patient  data from anywhere in the world, gpeed-  visual storage banks that would instantly  illustrate    the  patient's  dental-   history  through.: threbcaimensiorial" "illiastrStions-  and moving pictures.  LaSer beams would permit a library  of ��Q,000 volumes to be stored, on a tiny  piece of nicktel foil, The dentist of the  **^1 i'+t ��� *���*****''��-"i3 11 ���r'+'*'ifA'i^^4f^AW��.,i.,liii��.ii.(iT'W**''i| tl��i*'*ft��>*.iK'f.n.. .���fcL'tuvn.iW'fci'K HJ^iiiS'-   ,,��� = .! ��J'*  future will use more disposable supplies  and���'< instruments1 and super-performance  .materials,,including fabrics,  papers'���and  plastics,    ���Canadian Dental Association  around 1920 but had to be rebuilt inlsSO.' ' J? ^ ��?*, offite a.nd.* fores r-as'; far^a^  This is a $3 SPOTS  ��� i      (Less whori on contract)  Your adyjortlslng In this" space will reach  nearly 2,500 homos (oyer 9,000 -people)  each week. t It's the most economical way to  roach more' Sunshine Coast^ people because  Times ads go Into more homes than any  other newspaper   produced. In  this  area.  The Times  885,;9654,(S<K.hclt)        086-7244 (Gibsons)  Then*e^etrirr^^ ���Bender-Harbour.--  of the vbigg"est celebrations in the history  ofJHalfmoonJBay^ancLiS-^till recalled with  a .chuckle by many of those_��who participated. /^SSC*^  In 1948 the hall at Halfniboji" Bay was  built by the late Jim Sutherland jon /land  whicl? had been donated to the "Catholic  Church. It was used for badminton and  dances but its life as' a social, centre was  short because the Catholic Church closed  it up after receiving complaints about be-  ^hlvionrat^ It stood  idle until 1955 when it was bought by Mr,  and Mrs. Ted Surtees who now, breed  -'-'chinchillas"'thete^'t';"'*!r'"''',',*'";';",f''      ' '    '  As early as 1910 there was a big log:  glng operation in the Bay, with Gordon  ..Development,., managed, by A, -E. Munn  l,,aM��,i!l^ted>i,b^ 3am7phd  Tom Mui'pny who later became famous  upcoast loggers. The cpmpariy' logged hy  - railway and installed locomotives imported, from Holland, They dumped at what  is now. the. Kygard- pi'oporty.-   Around   1930,  Neirni    Logging    was  operating in tho Bay, followed by1 Osborne  Logging, which was active in ' the;:, area  for,move than, ten, years', Then followed  McKehzie andTFlavQll, with Barney Foley  11  \  ��� Past i Owners  rVTory Burrows "(now Kingston) and  as superintendent and"later tho"Rotter 'Gordon King'-'art tho IJalfmOon Bay  Lojjfilng,iCompany,,\vhhHarpld ,Willis as . store. Around ,1948.,,,,.,,   reRidont''''tiihekeeper,"*'-,''l''*i��,'';i,''i*t   ���       ,,n ���  Jlii'i()il2riRoy ,Doyle wont into partnership with the laio All1 Ness'to form tho  Ness  and  JDoylo' togging   Company,, a  partnership 'which' ended 'with  ono  of  Halfmoon Bay^s morit tragic oyonts, the  uloath of ,^lf Kcflflwhll<3 water-skiing in  thQfRnyrbntn;summer,:afternoon Jn lOBB,  Another tragedy which shook Halfmopn  Bay was tho dfcnth of Frank Kingston Jn  ,;^^JogHinfii^cctdcntr;tar.ijijjyriaciJj;:  ���m*  Over tho yoarsf most of tho loggors  came, logged, stayed a few, yenrfi n^nd  Uiorj moved on In search of bigger ,nnd  bolter logH, but some have settled and  made'permanent homes, nnd'particularly  flr'io homos at that, Ono of those is Tag  Nygard who arrlvcd'-hvllalfmooh Day Jn  1040 and.after two years Jogging around  . tho.Day, started.operating-on-Thormanby~.  Island with n contrnot which has kept  him busy,over slnco, Having the only  heavy equipment on tho island, l\o has, iiii  DON'T WAIT FOR SPRING  BUY IT NOW  19" LAWN DOY c/w GRASS CATCHER  ssar"**' ���  114.95  1���USED  CHAIN SAW   ' Gas Cans ~ Axes  1      Wedges available  W/S WASHER SOUVENT  and AtTTl-FREEZE, \6 0^  GAS LINE ANTI-FREEZE-  4 ox ,   _   ;._nddl|.ipn,r.^irJo��glngf^��^nloaw^ut--��)nn)lU-- -POOSTEft-  contracts for construction work, including  breakwaters  and  roads  for    now  suh��  division",  , The lata Pole Jorgenson. first hrbught  Point Logging, AflajKroturnlnKito Den.  mark whoro Ihoy-wortS' cnughU by  tho  second  world >:war,  the  Jor^enncn".  ro>  turned to IlnifniOtyn in ,1050 whoro Mrs,  ,  1  Jorfienson fltlll lives, licit ohllVtr6nt"'��Tbnn,  H*nwn~��nU-Friink^orRenwri*hi��ve*both,",~  bulltjfjho, pcrinnnont,i*omcaJn..Jficdroofjf����.�����.  Tony Tschalkowsky pamo to tho Day  to Ior In 1047. and ntlll'calls .RcdrOoffs  . liome. Ho.left OaJlano Island with Eftr,l���  LnnHhlln and Lloyd Braokolt and ,thoir   '  , wives who woro all sisters,, Earl ��augh.  ,llnV co,mpany, .orljdnally known; r��s Jilaglp  i-ri^jr lagging comr-Jiny, Jfltor changed Ihr-  nnmo to J^orco' by which" It Is gcneraUy,;'  * nSlmemtwrod,' They travelled from Gnllano"  Island  on  scowsvdrawn  by  tugs,  wllh.  CADLES �� 1 j(ro(n  FREE.WHILE STOCKS LAST  CENTENNIAL POSTERS  -^BBttCT.Sapt.flnd Ctfn��cnnlol Suo Decali  Put a  Ijulo  spjco in your life  1 ^ ,1  COME-HOME  SECHELT  HOME SERVICE  ,��� ;j, '.Box- 636'-." Secholt,, D,C.,  Special  HP��*��w^����h"ir*ii*^����li"Ml)W��WW����  *    1 J   '       ���  6OVER4NMENT Of BRITISH COUJ^BIA  PflW^|wi��wW^iiWfWWrp*i^��'"I���WWiW.��� P^WW^PBwWp w^WpWW^HWw ..  4.4H4uHflMW��4Lft^^m)w,  '.        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jtiy*tittleHh> Cottage       :=-
by DoSrqlhy   (Dallis)   Arnold
My little ol i-nttugc, .so, cozy and warm
The hiii^h't-tfi- that rang [niin"your beams,
u\v old can you get. .yet still stand
tall
Ami hold so many warm dreams".*' .
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The -mos.si&oi.  your  roof top, it. clings
ttieie   so   close
I ■ iievei: go up or remove, . .    ■
■ll':.- part of your make up, I hold very
dear -. '
Tlie weal-her marks trtay, so to-prove.'  -■
Tlir  slant  of your  beams,  that  held  you
so taut■    4 .
Now   sang   in   one   corner   it.seems,
Where  you  settled <rupt.s  firmly,   planted
tjiem   clown' ■ .>
Sechelt Hospital Auxiliary
welcomes "Centre" speakers
-And the doors coining luOs
I iook . through  your "window,   there's
one broken pane
1  love it  that way so it  stays.
Each   mark   has   a   memory,   that's   close
to my  heart
Little  cottage,   I'll   remeniber  always.
The   rose   that,   grows  wild,   by   your
sagging   ol   porch
'Your  steps  are  all  rotted  and  slant,
I   want, .to  do  something,  to   brighten
you up
Forgive* me,   ol   cottage,   I   can't.
The   memories   you   hold,   tire   too   many
.for   me -     .      ■
liyrning   tears  drop   from   my   eyes,
I ask God -to protect  you, enfold you
at  night
While   the   stars   twinkle   clown,
from the skys.      ,
I'M  miss vou o7cottace, wiUa your	
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-DR.  ERIC P-aetkau  and Mr. Eric Hensch
were invited to speak to members
of- the Sechelt Auxiliary - to' St. Mary's
Hospital before the opening-of the monthly meeting Jan. 13, 1972., v.
* : Topic was "Our Recreation Centre"..
Exj')ilosing thanks for support already
'given they ...proceeded to explain what has
been done' so far and what will happen
next.
The land, 117> acres, has been given
over to the Recreation '"'Centre'. 40 of which
fwill be worked on for the 1st phase of
the centre. Surveys have been taken and
the'plans were on view for all to see what
the  proposed  centre  will  look  like.
The   first   question   asked   was   what
fireplace   bright
The   warmth   from   your'walls   I   enfold,
I   know   how  you   feel, with  your
sagging   ol   roof
As my bones^ are too, growing old.
-  A highway cloverleaf is a device which,
makes- -il    possihlty-1-n   drive --snmi»-  pkirr-
Trbmjt iidiispoi tatibn "and we were sti—
pleased lo hear that bus service will be
arranged, There was concern expressed
lhat the rink wodld be taken over by
adults for curling. This will not-be-possible i.s ther will be a full schedule of
skating and hockey. The proposed referendum when passed, could have our children skating by the end of the year.
There are still public meetings to be
held where further information may be
obtained.
Guests were thanked and the meeting
opened with the Auxiliary prayer. Mrs.
Fay.e_Lewis, president welcomed a new
member Mrs. Eggins.
Twenty . members were present. Mrs.
Faye Lewis told of the visit of Mrs.
Donalin, he.ad nurse for the extended care
unit and- Mr. John Lewis, therapist, to
the? executive meeting held on Tuesday,
o Telling of the need for. games and
handicraft ^material for the patients to
work with now the new unit has patients
in it, Mr. A. Wagemaker, the administra^
tor was asked la let us know what else
was needed. There are a few smaller
items that can be provided; one very
important one is a table for the. recreation room made so that wheel chairs could
easily be run under it. The results were
quick on that one as a member present
volunteered  to  purchase it.
needed   handicraft   materials   and   games.
Turned into the co-ordinating council
was a cheque for $1,Q00 from funds raised
in  the  past\year.
Thank-yoif  letter   received   from, IVJr.
A.  Wagemaker for the Christmas  favors'
for the trays. Mrs. A. Dawe was in charge
ai-ui.Jiei-JieJp.crs who .made the ..attractive __
favors   were-   Mrs.   Sophie   Smith   and"
Mrs.   Myhoera  Jores.
Mrs. Amy.' Bryant, volunteer  director,
had the pleasure of presenting the silver -
spoon for-the first baby born in the New
Year, to baby Maria Singh.
More ladies arc needed for flower
arranging in the hospital, Mrs. Thomas
Roberts Creek Auxiliary in cjfoarfie
—by Peggy-Connor
■CjHl'RV  Wood' and  Stev6  McCourt  have
left   on   a   month's ■ holiday   to   Mexico ?
stopping at  Disneyland" and Lus' Angeles*
on  the way. , *
Mis1?; Rhyl Wood was not holidaying
when .slue, spent a few days in St. Mary's
■ Hospital  with an  infected knee.
'lY-ddy, lirackett, age 10, has joined the
ranks   of   perfect   cribbage   hands   when
playing crib" with Mrs. Ruby Osborne he
'..haiLii «9 hand.    I   '. y
Mrs. .Laura Potts Was in Victoria for
ti few days, her father, Mr. W. Doyle, age
9ii passed away peacefully in his sleep.
Miss Alice P,qtts living- in Vancouver ac- <*
coinpaivied her mother. They stayed with
Mrs.'-G. Smith, Mrs. Potts'"sister, another
sister from Red Deer was unable to attend. Mr. Doyle was a frequent visitor
lo the Gordon  Potts  in  Secholt.
Page B-6
The Peninsula Time*       Wednesday/ Jdrfqary  197 1972
Auxiliaries sponsor4
popular enleriammeni
MUSICAL treat is in store for residents"
' of.the area with the engagement of.
the distinguished Canadian-Australian''
baritone, Hairy Mossfield and his group
of singers for an evening of Gilbert and
SulHvar) at Klendalc. gymnasium on Fri-.
dtfyTMareh 24 at 8 p.m.
.   Wliy.n.ot mark up yoiir calcndar._now.7
Tickets will  be available later. ".Sponsors"
are the-Auxiliaries to St. Mary's Hospital."'
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HAVE YOU HEARD OF THE
BAHAI FAITH?
Phone 886-7355 or 885-9895
The  other  big   item  for  the  patients"
joy would  be a piano. There is a donor
willing to purchase a piano so if anyone
has one they wish to sell please contact
the administrator.
It was moved by the members to
change the memorial.fund^Jirom strictly
for pediatries to include, extensive care.
This passed and $100 was given over to
the  extended  care  unit  to  purchase  the
Hairdressers were needed/ Mrs. Mar'g.
Burley offered to look after '"this with
Mrs. Lily Diinlop and' Mrs. Kay Mittle-
steadt to assist her.,
"Standing committee chairmen are
bridge: Mrs. Dorothy McCallum, bursary:
Mrs. Eileen Bysted.t, membership: Mrs.
Marg. Burley, memorial fund: Mrs. Eileen
Smith, phoning: Mrs. Kay" "Mittiesteadt,
refreshments: Mrs. Sheila Zoltay, Sunshine: Mrs. Mary Redman, volunteer
chairman: Mrs. Maureen Hall, thrift shop:
Mrs. Leola Hill, gift shop: Mrs. Irma
LaycoCk.
Next meeting the theme for the fall
smorgasbord'will be decided so get thinking.
Crossed solid lines
faced three charges
"CROSSTtTG of a double solid line led to
a total of $375 in fines for Hubert
Arnold Joe of Sechelt. Stopped for the
misdemeanor by RCMP he was found to
have no auto insurance coverage and was
driving   while   prohibited.
He entered a plea of guilty before
Judge Charles Mittelsteadt last Wednesday, January .12^-and.^ms,iinM^lfl0.jfor_.-
"driving while prohibited, $25 for crossing
the solid lines, and $250 for driving without insurance. Incident occured December 23rd. 7 •..
Following a routine check, Leonard
Wallace of Sechelt appeared before the
judge and entered a guilty plea to a
charge of impaired driving. "He was fined
$300 and suspended from driving for one
month.
Judge   Charles   Millelstea'dl    and   Fus"
wife   Kay   -a-Hended   the   Regional   Con- ...
ference  for   the  Lower  Mainland  Judges
held at  the Airport  Inn( Vancouver, this
past week. ■«   .
Dr. Eric Paetkau has passed his exams
for specialising in general surgery and
is now a bona fide specialist. This has.
involved a lot of. hard studying and Dr.
Raetkau is to be highly commended for
his achievement.     \^/~~^
Miss Adele Delange took a delightful
trip to French Polynesia visiting the four
islands Maris, Bora Bora. Raiatia and
Tahiti. This was a B.C. Auto Club tour
with six' going from B.C., saving by
plane from Los Angeles. Travelling alone
on a lour you take your chances on who
your companion will. be. Miss Delange was
very fortunate hcj-.-v was a lady professor
from UBC who had the same interests
and had travelled some of ..the same places
giving them a lot in common. The trip
ended on <a sorry note as Miss Delange
picked up a virus while there, causing
her to spend quite some-time, recovering
from  the  flu. On  the  mend  now-	
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Wliaites have returned from a vacation in North Carolina
with their son Barry and his wife Don-
alda. They report weather was in the
70s.
Barry—is—assistant—eo-erdmaior—-and-
rtion of—the D4striGt^of-.~Pt
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to 4:00 p.m. on Thursday, February 3, 1972 at the Municipal Hall,
6910 Duncan Street, Powell Rive?, B.C.:
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T—1959 lnterndfibhdlB-170 single axle truck with a  12 cu>
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Pack-Mor garbage packer;
^_1968 Datsun  Pickup; ►
1—Brothers Wobble Wheel Trailer Roller
_—...-Xhis-equipment-jnaV hft vt£acfid.jalilh§^^ Yard, 4412_
Joyce Avenue, Powell River, B.C. and will be sold on an as is, where
is basis.
Bids are to be submitted in,a sealed envelope marked "Equipment Tender" and must be accompanied by a certified cheque or
money j&rder. •   ■
special educator of a new federal project.
Donalda is taking her Master of Eeduca-
tion. degree. She is involved-with a project which teaches reading and arithmetic -
to cducable  retarded children.
Forest fires • and ' litterbugging are
both due . mainly * to the same cause—'
human  carelessness. —
The lowest or any tender will not necessarily *be accepted.
R. M. SHARP
Deputy Municipal Clerk
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