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Array -V-  m  i !$mnM!m?u!*>_&*  '''������'"''.���''-'->&..-..-'S .  Some action taken  lecheli Council studies  '."���   - . v    ��� 7>  owing purkinf problems  SULA  AS   TRAFFIC-.increases \within   the   village, Sechelt Council is having to give  careful consideration to the parking situa-  to help. However, Mayor >��en Eang .said  council recently gave permission for a  sign  to  be  put  up   permitting  space  for  Serving the Sunshine Coast, (Howe Sound to Jervis Inlet), including PortMellon, Hopkins Landing, Granthams Landing, Gibsons, Roberts Creek,    /  Wilson Creek, Selma Park, Sechelt, Halfmoon Bay, Secret Cove, Pender Harbour," MadeTra Pork, Kleindale/lrvine's Landing) Earl Cove, Egmont  LARGEST CIRCULATION OF ANY PAPER ON THE SOUTHERN SUNSHINE COAST.  Registration No.  1142  2nd Clasif'Mall  Volume 9   No,   ; I   tion   which   has   already   brought  -forth   ^bne^cabr-^He   said   that   due- to   various  comment  from  the  Sechelt  and .District    .complaints he has already  discussed  the  Chamber  of  Commerce.  At" last regular meeting of council  March 1st, Alderman Harold Nelson reported that some clearing-up has started  down Iiilel Avenue from Cowrie Street  to   Boulevard.   This   will   provide   for   a  ���^abstaiTri^l^TnTrrrbcTrfrDi' 'vehicles-on   the-  one  side of the road.  It  is  also possible     bc  n}uvn  move  preferable   providing   the  _to provide soihe parallel parking on the '��� Joking   strip   commences   not   less   than  opposite   side  with  a  little   grading   out,     twenty  leet  from The  corner.  -ho  ututcd.' . ; ������ r-Mayor Lang also 'Suggested; U^4>4���v>Ahe.H.  matter with Ahe RCMP Sergeant who  informed him that such parking On a  provincial highway is not legal anyway.  It was suggested that a yellow line along  the curb would restrict parking except  for loading purposes. At the same time,  -i4-4^-i'frlt--that���parking--along Inlet would  Letter from a resident drew attention  to the hazardous condition created as the  result of two taxis parking between Inlet  ~anti "the-PosirOTiice. Tt"^as"pbThTed' out  that with cars leaving and entering the  area fronting the post office, drivers'  vision is often  obscured by  the taxis.  Aid. Ted Osborne agreed and suggested the RCMP be contacted and asked  *7tme4-  paving has been completed in front ot  the Post Office block - white arrows be  painted pointing to entrance and exit of  ���t he _a*ea. Ald^Osbor-ne -agreed���and-added-  t'hat exit should not ber_on Cowrie Street  for many, drivers do a left hand turn  Coming out which is quite dangerous during heavy traffic. He suggested exit be  on Wharf which would mean autOs going left would have to halt at the stop  sigh" first; "'" '.          "'"  l(, was agreed "to invite Sergeant  Saunders along to the next meeting for a  discussion on the general parking situation.  Union   ���S*��   Label N  This l5su��~12'Pogey^^7T2c"  WEDNESDAY, MARCH  8,  1972  _.7 :       _. *h ; ��� 7  Building figures show  prediction coming true  REGIONAL building inspector Fred Rey-  burn points out that -1971 figures and  those so-far for this year confirm a national prediction that building will double in 1972. In his report to the Board  for'the month of February he again refers to need of an assistant, stating "This  ^npositTdfT" has""defiiiTtely" "ceased to" be" a"  one-nian   building   and   plumbing   inspect  "���tion1 Bcrviec'7' , �� ��� ������������ ��� <������> =��� - _  ROAD    WORK  Commenting    on    the   West   Porpoise  ~Bay~RoarT which has r>ee'ii iri poor shape  during   the   heavy    rains,   Aid.   Osborne  , _._ explained  that  more  guavel  is required,  OPPORTUNITIES the contractor  is aware  of this  but  has  Proposal  by   a   Sechelt  youth  to   or-     failed   to  complete   the  job.   He  said   it  ganize a small group of students to con-     is possible he has had  trouble with his - =-��� y*      .-.-���-��� ���- -  struct, benches, tn he Watprf thrmighoii^P^ijp^Ttf f_r-hr~tn*tht>r straightening    Built as a harbor of refuge by* the    ment ���such as boat-launching facili-    Mom     1 f3V6l  COIllGSI  the   village,   was   approved   in  principle     out of the road, council has nowTruiTout���federal   gOVeiHlffleHt--4J*^7L9DX���SBlma tips, rpsidpnts_sfly it is iisprl hy sm'ajj-     *~**'r*��    * * ** T vrx .uumvui  Total values of permits for f'fteen  days of February 1972 amounted to  $279,000 as .compared to twenty days in  971^with a Total "vmurortl^TOO: Twelve house .permits rrave been taken out  so far over the fifteen day period as  compared to eight.for a twenty day.period   last   February.  Water   superintendent   Gordon   Dixon  . reported that the new pump house at  Langdale  has* been  wired  and   is  ready  - to go into service once the reservoir  is completed. A meeting was held with  the YMCA regarding a reservoir site and  this is now settled. Construction of an  access road and base was scheduled to  start by March.1st. ,_.   No school referendum  Backwater  by village council. Mayor Lang said the  group organized by Scott Henderson plans  to seek a grant under the Opportunities  Sees���not feel council should do hat  .._.,.  mi_._.w___                                              a 3��b "once we start a job it should be  NEW BUSINESS                                           completed", he  added.  ��� ���-���- .Coastline Services, a new business for  .....y,       of funds,-therefore���^fur4her���work���will-.- Park's breakwater makes���a���quiet-*���er���vessels���seeldng-shelter, With the  have to be abandoned for the time being, backwater for beachcombers to boom removal of the wharf, this is the  Mayor. Lang-expxe^sed_the_yiewjhat-���ft^. salvaged   logs,  although    fef   only place~oTtemporary moorage af  quarter million dollar breakwater did    SetrreTL" ~~ "  not activate any shore-line develop-  12=^��ieiifc  generai public happy  SECHELT Scb.ool_Dist.rict will not have  to go to the expense of an operating  referendum  this   year.  New   legislation   requires   that   in   a  district this-size7"a minimum oi 100 tax-  Sechelt, plans to open up for business  in the old Crucil building next door to  Dallis" Studios. Initially such items as-  plumbing "and heating supplies will be  stocked. Other items might be considered  later. ,  HIGH  HONORS  Eleven year old Susanne Sutherland  of Sechelt has successfully passed her  Grade Three -"Royal Conservatory piano  Exam. Susanne received high honors  mark of 78%. Examiner Harold Ross of  -l-T-Qi^ORto--s4ates--S-ie--plays-^wit-h���ease  an'd-  PARK   PLAN  Aid. Bernel Gordon said he has been  in touch" with Victoria regarding a plan  he is working on for lot 1472, recently  turned over to council for recreational  use, which has tb be submitted to the  Minister of Lands-beforeH-he-village-gets-  full title. He said that he and Mayor  Lang had been through the property and  both were surprised to discover what  a beautiful area  is involved.  Aid. Gordon also reported that he is  proceeding  with   his   plans  for  planting  -trees���-wi-thin���the���village:���&�����flow��ring-  Community hall . . .  Board votes thumbs down  to tax exemption request  REQUEST  for  exemption   of  water  tax     planner   came "over   to   meet   with   the  by Director Bert Slade on behalf of     Board it cost the village $290. He there-  -tiie^-S^lma���Park��� eomrrmnit-y--Asso&i&t-iofa���fere���suggested���feat-Mrr���GayHts��� drop���m-  contrql, her Bach has good full tone and     plum trees have been ordered and wiH���7^as~T��-ecYe"d"T3y -the"water committee of : on. Mr.  Buchan  next" time  he 'Js' on an  ._-. -.-w^fts���rhythmically   clear  -see  page A-5  Sechelt event . . ���  Moy^Day floundering  ,"'T"-  the  Sunshine- Coast Regional Board last  regular meeting.  ' Director Slade stated that the Community Association is an incorporated  non-profit making body which does a  great deal of good within the area. Fur-,  bhur,���Ire���undei stands,���under tire���^ct-  such an incorporated association is:, ex*  empt .from the tax. 7  Director   Lorne   Wolverton,   Wat er  Committee   Chairman,   pointed  out   that  official trip .to Vancouver, this would  cut down costs substantially. Mr. Cuylits  agreed that this was his intention.  Mayor Peterson again emphasized the  point that each delay stalls the matter,  another month for any decisions by the  ���HQftlV^W.   K.   Kicrnan  a'nnounced-^today^  that the Department of Travel Industry offers 30 prizes of $100 each to  Grade XII- students for essays that might  be used as travel stories.  Essays will be assessed ^pn originality  of ideas,, and should Jbe not .more.than.  1,000 words. The -project is open to all  Grade XII pupils in the province's public  and private schools. Entries should be  sent to Harry P. McKeever, Director-  Publicity, 1019 Wharf Street, Victoria,  post-marked May 31,  1972, at the latest.  Mr. Kiernan said the prizes will be  awarded the winners for new ideas and  approaches to the development of attracting tourists tn see British Cnlnrnhia  - Fi-e^hn^s-literary-abnity and"lcnowledge "the increased home-owner grant, will not  of the' province are further factors "that likely cause any increase in education  will be considered. tax  "We would also like to think that the If a referendum .had been held  and  prize  money  will  encourage  our  senior . failed, it would have resulted in.a $90,000  students to attend university next year," cut-back in the net cost of the operating  the Minister said. .���"',��������� budget  estimates.                              -  pavers wouIdl^Ve tbjelitionTtKe Board"  for an operating, referendum. Only forty-  three signatures were received on a peti-  tioh presented to the Board on February  29th. The petition originated in the Gibsons area: ��� "'" "���      " "*"" "'"" *"'"  This is the first time that local taxpayers have been given an opportunity  to petition .for ..asdiootrdistrict operate,  ing referendum. It is not ^expected that  there will be any increase in the educa-  tion tax in the Sechelt School District  this year despite the fact that the gross  operating estimates exceeded the Government Finance Formula by $90,679.  Explaining the situation last week, the  School  Board  pointed  out  that  the  net  cost of the operating budget after revenue  -and���s-urpltts���is���apprie  planners still have' to come befgre a re-  . gular. board  meeting.  DEVELOPMENT   . \  TianiVe'r' Riltrlbuckan appearedTbefore  Considerable support . .;.  MAY   Day   in   Sechelt,   like   many   old  -���.tr-aditionsris dying-for want of a dynamic 7 co^ordinator.   Many organization?  have offered to support May Day but no-  ono has stepped in to replace the Lions  Club which has been the co-ordinating  force sincp 1967.  Seven .organizations were represented,  at a  meeting  held in Trail Bay School  project with renewed faith  on ;ThurSdayr,March 2nd7and-feeling7was:"^^o^^nong  an(]  representatives  at  unanimous   that   May   Day   celebraUons     the mccling were: Village Council-May  the tax is a land tax rather than a watgr     ^^j30^^.0" i'^J1^ Dr-  ___^   Mrs-  taxr"it*Taw"lipplies   to   chui-ches   and    Bates who bwri two distnctn&ts at'Hjalf-  other  public bodiqs. "It  is  also   a  ques-     moon Bay. He explained that his ..clients  tion of cost to the. Board of servicing a   p^re both dedicated .to wildlife :and pre-.  property regardless of whoever it belongs     scrvation. of   the,   natural   environment.  to and what purpose ���it is used. There-    They hud intended rejecting any develop-  ,,..��, u..,OJUu w��0 w ��������� un,   ,��t-     tore,,to exempt any one organization or    pent ofthe^roperty but, due to increas- reterendum as defeat and  ditch!', attempt, setting, March -15th as the    individual   would simply be,,Setting a, ing, casts, have decide   following"Jnee SrSTpJlda^hwAet  deadline for or.anizin. the event for this     precedent.   "It   has  to  be  considered  as"    ^^��5^0^^ M^ cl^lont_T$ ^ ^  community,of about,40 bomes.,This would,   Ject witVhopes  of another vote ^before  In view of the success of past May  Days which attracted 'large crowds, it  was felt that it would be.better to have  no celebration than a half-hearted one  which  would, disappoint  people.  Filial decision was to make one "last  Lch'' attempt, setting, March 15th as.Uv  deadline for organizing the event for this  year  committee pursues  SUNSHINE    Coast"  Recreation    Centre  Committee   has   not   accepted  failure  of the recent referendum as defeat and  ah overall project and should we exempt  one It]'wifcmean-the:';other .users.!would  merely be forced to pay extra," he added.  DEL AX QUESTIONED^..,., , .,.���,.��� M,vi ,,H_  .Mayoii Wally Peterson of 'Gibsons, exr  Huouiu ��v wuu��u��u. mui,i p^yiu ����i��wi Ben L        and Aldei.man Harold Nel-  \{ it-took-;^ rest this yeav-it ^ould;^- ^^;  ^^^^                            Club- PreS:  the end ofthe annual^^ celebratiq^s which- ^ifent, .Mrsi "Stella Johnson; Mrs. Sai^ah  has been held in Sechelt smce 1949.          ��� Paul��and 'Ml,s. Llza AugtlsV Royal Ca���  Mayor  Ben   Lang,   who   chuircd   the .. nadian Legion L.A.���Mrs.. JMadgo Hansen    lage planner for discussions regarding re  .,.��,roH^oei^a!CJ}fia,,KPwM-M  go clown this way, merco���President. Morgan Thompson and    houh village, Ho suid arrangements woro  ��� ' Chamber  of  Comntcrco    Chalnunn," Mrs, Ann Martin, Socholt Hod and Gun  .    Morgun Thompson,- wondered how Inter- Club���President Harry Butcholor and Mr.  onted aro lho parents u.   none were pro- Bud Fonrnloy. Brownies.und Guides L.A.  H'ont, as such,  at thu mooting,  although --Mrn, Kay 'Nelson. Wilson CrcoU Group  ^...���^-g^^.^^.^ yjj'jjf���j_0  Qj"onl  iiu.0Uj,i-i Commlttoo���Mrs.   Dorothy   Goosoli.   Mrt,.  *tlf6* rioiiopi children. Ada Dawo was isocrotury for the moot-  ���7'^Myo.L,--LHng."fiald-;th��l'lhe;1,ehbhov,s aro ln^' ���,:��� i          -'      .    r  not too intorcstod, i\s muny ol!, them would. Anyone, winlilng > to -help, nhould conn  not. ho hero for May Day. tact Mrti, Dawo or Mayor Bon Lang,  riot be a subdivision as such but rather a    t-00 lonfi.  miniature community in which there will N��*xt on the agenda will be a special  .be.���no commercial properties of,any.,kind,.,,,,,meeUrig.with.the,,ReglQrial.Boai'd,iii,,ordpr.,  homes would be served by trails to the  pressed concern at, delays by the Board    beach and to tho nearest road, Brooks  planner.Ed Cuylits to meet with the .vil  supposed tp have boon made at tho last  meeting in January "these delays do not  holp_unyjono," ho added,,   , >,  Mr, Cuylits said that ho hud dlHCUHHpd  a liieotlng with tho ylllugo plunn��r, wlio  had been present earlier, nnd has arranged to moot with him shortly.  Road. Waterfront would be kept in Its  natural state with no anchorage or com-  ���morcial,.Htruotures.4WNo.���,hunting��oiv,,.trap-4��.  ping will bo permitted but some riding  trails will bo considered.  Plahhor^ Ed Cuylits advised tho Board  that HuoMTa project could bo considered  under a liivntT Use Contract. This, In  effect, would bo by way ol a convenunt  permitting   suoh  if   dovalopmont   undor  to   discuss   the  referendum  and   future  plans.  Numerous   rumors   and   considerable  a GO per cent acceptance.  Special appreciation for the excellent  co-dp.eration arid assistance to all tho-  menibers' of the Regional' Board and Mr.  C, Gooding, Secretary-Treasurer.  , In'eel obliged to mention the following  people who have, over the past few  weeks, contributed their efforts towiards  ~ther-uuccess-.pf��--this'v-'-Pr.9^ra!mni!e"''J?eyond'J  any expectation.  Mrs. Joanne McNivon, Gibsons, B.C.  and to all her many canvassers and as-  'conjecture appears to bo going tho rounds sislants   tlirought   tho   Sunshine   Coast  ��..a)4,,.,f)10,,p,.eSenl.,4tl]T,e^^  possibility that all areas which approved International "Brotherhood  Pulp, Sul-  the Centre  by rpfor,c,nclum ...will, .,nol,,���bor phato, & l^por MillTWorks, PortMollon, ,  required to vote next time, Thoro is ap- Free supply of promotion paniphlots,  purontly 'pome ,'lkoiyhpod  of this  liaing        Roy   Wagatuior,   Surveyors,   Secholt,  ho but iiothli.ii dul'lnito was know-! up to free surveys of on'tranco road.  tho wook-end.  Chalr.man   of  , the   commlUeo,,, )Mu  ranged to moot with him shortly.   ; certain conditions, If act!ppttcd,'��hd Hg^ood    llni^'  ���''" j ��� ," ���i," ; ,.^77"   ^V('|7.'^  7   Mayor;Pdto.#i^lsa,,drew:;uttontlon .-to   by   the   Board,   all   restrictions  and'. nIlou^cli,  Hubmjth  tlxo .fo^ow]n^;. xalous^v  to  tho fact  that lasl   time* lho "village    conditions   Imposed, would   have   to   h. 1" ���� who  ttivo supported   his pro-  '"**Amk___tr_m"(l*l . "Tm, .A Vtrwm    Hl,'lc'".V   ��w��horoc(   to,  Any  latqr' <rcc(uqHl    Knunmo ho much at the Poll, and in cash  WjPSHHHKftiW^S'^S^JT*'* ^r ��h��iiRCH��wonJcl*httvc,U)'l)o considered    aud klnd4.ovcr,,tlie,ptis   three and a hall  and appj'ovcd' ivy tltd '"Board.'  Chairman jlarry Almond and Director  years, mirsliic'ero llinnks*  Illvon. Ihoufrih   we   received,, majority  Los Chamberlain, rotlrod B,C. Forest  Hanger, Secholt, ndylNuryvln ground ,dcvo-  lopriiont. ''���"���   ' . ��������'.'     ,     7 ��� ,; , .'  '��� i'MoHHrs:"TpitIh Kwanoy,' Carl Koliuch,  W'. Kohuch and Norman NoIhoii, falling of  all Iiuoh nt no cluirgo.,  Mr. ,V. WallprHr���Swol'Joll, froo cat work,'  (driver, Mr, H, McDonald),  Mr.   T," ��� PlHlior,   Siipl,   Woldwood  or  West   ngrccd  that' the propunal  HOomod   'acceptance of our P!'0^" J1^^1' ^    Canada Ltd., Secholt "inlet Operation, free  oxtrpmoly,  InteroHtlng   but would , havu,, .referendum,  we 7^11, require, kyoui;���,nup:..,,   t,      , ���  !, ,,,,,��� , ..���.      ,        '.  to bo considered fh'Ht, by' tho' ulanning    port, now more than ever, to obtain the        Mlhj(. G(JW  n\mH[ pllvinu'lui   So-  ^'nmlttoft,        .- .fowmoro favouraiao votes necesHary for    olX^owoll ?��Jor  S, tm/SullUuu uJ!  ���, J4,.,..,,n, .i..i.,.ii., , ��� !��� in ...,���,��,i����,t.4^t.TOnt��J,��[,<4li4,,,..i.,,l.,,���|,-4'.4,>|.~f.|44��i���tj4i��.ri.iw��.��w.��nmr|.q.,...._....��� ���^.���^.~�������� ,���J..��^.,    1.. 1_U��MU,1M**������������,M��  juS-J. -���  W w   nknn    bpp"W"ww    ^^^^wr^���"^  m��*hm*>tmm  ""Treii vy"*"t"iTiTphio i ft -,-���������  Barry Pomw'ii, Secholt, (driver, Spencer   Wlgiird),  Hiipply of Hklddor at no  ����^��i<|) J| |'ftQ��teal^wip��!wi^tiww��^^  "'"Ml'T-JPIt   Gll)h, Clllwniini���HU|7|)Iy-"of   nklddur at no i"luirn<\  Mr, F. pouloy, I'umlor Harbour, rock  work al, eiml.  1 llowo (���mind Fnrinor'H1 luKllliito, GU)-  iioiih, rr'eo Hiipply of blunting 'powder,  Mr, Cluoi'Hu lAiiYilnicr, CUbsoiiH, {\r,V,   ...,....,.,,���..,,.,.,,,,���,,.,^B(>q,,pago' A*5 "  Councilmkea-\:t/^a^3^  s^eks neighlDQtirly meeting  WITH the nerd lor newer facllttjcti, l��   ��� ln�� ��!�������� '������� varimiH l,y|)en of treatment  '   the village ul' Secholt i\w\ tho pivpoMitl    dlnpuHnl and In aim) hiveHllgatlug poHHiblo  of a combined treutriienl dlHinmal plant,    /"riintHnnd flnahclitg,     '     ' ;.,'..' ;,..  Jnvoivlni-  both the Iiullnn  vlllnne mm        Drnwing attention to n propoHCU inoet-  "Soebolt;   AKIermnn; 'Norm  Wati'on   told- ��� in^iiolwcQii CUlwonk* itnd Se��holt,; conn- ���  council laid, week tliul  11 Ih time both' ' oIIm,   Ajd.  Watnei\   exproHHotl  thu  view  vUIukoh coroperuted for Joint bpttornuihl.    UuU riuch i\ m^othnt would bo liltlo more  ,.    Aid. WaUlon said he  hud met, witU .' l*iMii...iv..HOV.l��l^KnUlt.M^J)fl_)i>X_i!Vi.tjMUWrl'_��-  Mtu'tln , Dayton, eimlneerluH  cuuHtilliuil,    council have ih*.vthln�� lo;j|i\n h'om oivph;.,  . to > dlHCUNi- a Hewer Hyutem I'or, Secholt.    other. On ,tlio other liand, it Ih t,imo the ,..,      ,.  M \\ conHcquenco, Mr. Dayton IniUcaled ,  1ihU*��0, V,iUi*K�� ��>yaH *rocogiiiwd, mid.co.,, Ih A, UlaU.. ���  ,   \\\. would attempt to arrahne a meotlriil    operation between it and SquIiqU ohUOi-    ��"v "wI  d  , nnd iiuhHociuoiiUy a meet Ing between tlie    have made greater nmi'ionri, than iih in     |U ULIIUIIS  5*|    Indian Bund and Hechelt Council.     ���     ���������   iuany wa,yn and, In facl, thoy urn vlrluuU 7   ������     ��� .    .,  ^^.r.;Hiii'Ji;.aincuHalnn.'nri.wH-..Miin..ji.i'lfilieK '/ 1H;.l!u{l},V1l,!,Su;,1v7..\hV"'rV ,���: *'["-f--/n -Todayfs,.XTfassfflod;-"    V\   nonie weelui ago from un Indian Affair*.    Hclidly \Ve have mtle to (|a u lrl.in ineet-    ,nwwnwBW^BfWUWMU^Bwn^���B^MW<��ri  i'L.    Departmoilit  engineer    tu  tho   neglonal    '"G Willi um,.��iin , nn mmwrni,- '        OHIH ��nd muttios.-i, high clwdr, roll.nway  nn,^��t^Jit1n}n^t|Tf(t--prTrpntmCTr^tnnt M��jror��Mnjt-1��ld- hii|>-io-{orR*ti��*th0-���"^TWrt^"^!^^  Indian vlllnflo, Ho wondered If the Hoard    ruflriliiR 'a meeting with the IndlrtiNeuiiu.  ._    wii'fi eoniilileilfig.iiownge'for Sccholl and    ell, which In an entirely different mal-  '��(*.  ,U'fULperhu-iw both lindli'N could co-Dperalo,' terM,.lio. nald, Jlo agreed that it meeting  \ '  Ad-Briefs  pointy  w?r^(Sf^lf^WOT^^^���rfuJi^^^l^*^^^^���i^v^t^wr^S^  III  order  to' cut^fimtn, The  Hoard mil"  Honiedi ho co'itucl  Sechelt vllliigo counr  ���Times Closslllwlsi roach over 2,500 homo*  <��0,0QQ reoden".),'  Tl'p-W"loj),'' snyAncnUor-Bob .K6ptrNlProvlnclnl..*RocognHion.vDny >|n����� Ap- .y.lnh I^wson wuHno Gl'ni;e,.Tai^4U!  -      K * " , ���    1   _1 _ ^       _.  _t     ������__._      r% __ _.    .���.,.       ____.._"-____ Jl      u_ H   _+_____-_>   _*. __m_  _���     1    '____ __     tL* I .u.. m m__mt .   *_.,.  ft. __% __ i-mkt _^\i_____-m_m__r^m-___^__ _* __   ^Jm_m.% __.  . t__. ___\_ ___-,_> It    __ m  ,el!,  However, ,nothing  wan  forthcoming    dli.eut.nod lho'miillur with' Wma ot tho  �����*fnnd"Ald. WatMi ihok'tlfirliUirhllva ftltd    council-ine'nibornf ���".  "  doing aii njiprnljinl of Iflst Snturclny's.: rH. HnM rit workuror Lynn'SlnH)Son'i7holdtno,fT^^TIJnaRo*���snlo-in-tl]6,*LoR*-������, contacted "the enginei-r, -so-far witinitiio . u, Wim, ��iiieed; tlie, nimd Council bo'  . 'cnr-wnsti'pTOjcet Doforu'lio rolcnsos   fJlilrloy Fonrnloy, Irene Flfihor," Kl-��   Ion1, Hnll, Sochelt "this  "Wednesday , ar not Tof-ponM,, ���     , ' .      ���   ' �� ��� couiacted and an .invitation Rent out in-  '"             ������-���- ...i ��� -.   ��.���     i- ���  .,                                         7, ..V7.''Wonort1ng',6n'.:'ht�� i>rnavos'. \\\\\.  far. vlHnu.tl'e'm '1o a' dinner meeting ��(������ u  T^vvultioiv tola council no huu been eoinnil- convenloiU dwtu.  UilSLcar to TOPS members busy rnla*   ennor. Wntson, JJonnlo Wignrtl, Ueu-, fro1 in 11 a.m.,  iiii! lunuu-Tor uTlnP to Ponucton for ��        i l%  wwM|f* ������|^aWh# " " f\t*i^A^im9v^mm ft * ^^iwiJi^SWf <��ii^*iiiw^  mvm^iimmmvmnm  fftm!^<tF$imm*mm9<#mtim^r^  r,ll,n m !!!Kli.Tllii^LTlS ���"���"* Clofainodi oo INTO tho'hem.1 . ,  benollciul and ailded lhat he \m. ,aheady     _ ^ on ]m^, %^n 0f.|n cu,vortl;::.   ��� Times Classlflodn ord low-coajt, hloh��pot<lrtCy  nolqs,tonic* ' _���<���-���] "7*1",  "  * Phono linb�� opon Sunday; clarified  805-9654 Solicit, 886-2121 Gibsons.  .%^^-����<��4.^H^-��lM-.l^^t^PMMima^agjlW#JBI^jl  Tr  ���V  i' \  "  .4^,4.4, .,4,,^.*M"  ,4(M^,4,f^(H ���4-,4����4  ,����    l���(, j  W  U.  V  '.I'i  .   .,,        ,  1     /     <  f&t* -/-  ^THrPtNiNsijtft^we^  DITORIAL  "/ may be wrong, but ( shall not be so wrong as to fail to say what I believe to be right."  ��� ���John Atkins  Stfwart B. Alsgard. Publisher      * Douglas G. 'Wimhi.i it, Editor  l^___ww_r_t^^m^w_fv^v%n9%nt^w^/w%ni-nrw^^^ww��^  tivair  -The-Peninsula Timet-  <*-   *  Wednesday, March 8, 1972  an outstanding success Halfmoon Bay Happeniiigs  WESTERN  Savoyards  received   a  stand-     -���  S'TsrmiTrrr-'iTrc'r^ il    "~~  ���by Mary Tinkley  bender  Exorcise in  exploration  x' expected  from  Willi.F members .of~-thti���Rfxreation-  Centre committee must naturally feel  some disappointment at failure ol" the  recent referendum the whole thing should  ��� be louked upon as an explanatory exercise. As such it quhe clearly proved  an outstanding success for, discounting  Pender   HarlX,urr7ir-piroved   ve,'y   con"  .4- duiduxl-y   that  ..the---majority- of��� -people  I'axour' the  project/  Many   false   statements   were   circu-  lated  as. a''Inst  niinulc act  of sabotage  and7(>rcourse, siilficiently latej,hat they  eotild not be denied. Thus, it is logical  .to   assume   that. certain mimher   of  votes: were swayed the wrong way. It  is   therefore   feasible   that. but   for   the  \absurd rumcirs and misleading statements the Referendum could have passed with the required (���){)"'<���  yes.  ���Had the vote proved overwhelmingly against the proposelTccmtre tTVeh the  message would have been abundantly  clear. The fact il gained a majority  vole in all areas but the one. in which  failure was expected, is a good indicn-  4i on���th at���yvrrh- thc_TiglTt-tt^R)adlrlim-l-  I'rom lessons learned decisive victory  could be attained next time.   Perhaps one  of���the-rrtrat���tii  factors to bear in mind is that ofiioubt.  . Doubt born of uncertainly and jvagtfe-  ness! It has. to be admitted that certain  doubts did exist in the minds of many.  There was also some vagueness as to  ultimate cost to the taxpayer and while  "ThaT'���wCTe"_gefrd!Fe'"''reasons"as to why  rate increases axe Iol  school district, councils anil hospital, and  a closer analysis .of the actiij.il���cost to  taxpayers based on categories father than  an   overall   estimate.   ..Another  aspect., which   -worried   a  number of voters is the fact that the  regional���board will be involved. Thi".  is: xmfartuna te- -but --eef-fatnly-nmderstailRJ|-  able considering the empire developed  by the board during a few ,years. However- its participation will, in effect,  be  "minimal. We understand merely admin-  istration   of  finances.   This   too   should  be clarified rather more next time.  Estimated   deficit   of   approximately  High School af the close of a  show that had . everything���-excellent  voices, groat acting," picturesque and  culiuTuI costumes, gaiety, and a brilliant  piano a>ccunipanirnent. It was a sho^v that  moved with a smoothness and cohesion  which comes .only I'rom a group which  ���was -\vch-L< ed ,1 (.>geih w���"Jr. ...:-a - long���Um.  Tlic timing and precisioiV,- even in the  Wildest )uulesc|ue scenes was remarkable  Harry Mossfield's powerful baritone  voie'e was at its finest in "The Mikado's  Song" and "I am a Pirate King". It was  a delightful surprise, particularly for the  in  who paekeel  the  front  benches;  A   REMINDER     that   tonight   (Wednes- be.en adopted by the city people that the  day) at 8 p.m!'at the Welcome Beach average young'Japanese would  not  find  Hall, the Halfmoon Bay Centennial Com- any difficulty in adapting to life in west-  inittee   will   hold   a   public   meet-wig. to v em  countries.              ,                          x  i>i\>7its   final   report   before   dissolution. ,   Another   interpsting   fil^n   showed   the-  Uel'reslunents will be served. .Japanese  royal'family  living  in  the Ifh-  E-N-TrE-KAINMEN-T  On Saturday, March 11, at 7:30 p.m.  ;il the Welcome-Beach Half, there will be  a lalent night under the patronage of St.  Patrick himself. An interesting, programme has been arranged," with music,  recitations and surprise items. Anybody  wishing to offer their talents for the con-  pena] ' Palace m���.he__ centre* "of. Tokyo,  i >"i11 siu-roirniTect '"by "a" grVeTrT^efl:.,'iTf:^ie^^  ed their.simple family life and" hobbies  and the more formal ceremonies of entertaining distinguished visitors from  other lands.  The   next   film   show   dn   March   1G  vviH   be  on  Austria.  $20.0()() is another damning factor and  without' doubt led to the loss of a number  of votes. This too should be studied  closely with a view to seeking means of  revenue sources which would eliminate  part ttt al I such a - de licit~��� r   -  Discarding the inevitable regular protesters, a great many'people who voted  "No" were genuinely concerned and had  every right, to say-so.- Most 'of "them, had  -they-. beer*-.sidTicienlLY- reasMrreu���would  probably  have approved.  Considering the support, again with  43-pU-<  suggest that presentation at a later date,  with the aforenientioned loose-ends  cleared up. would not take too many  more "yes" votes to clear the gap between 58^  and 60%.  "With   150  prime  acres  of parklike  land, $ 18;560~Mer^-ffiui'tT^L^  firm   figures"were  nol   always   possible,     donatio^ of  tuQ4ieyT-Jubor  and  equig;  -when,-as the  Pirate   King,   he   jumped  the footlights and wandered among the  audience looking-for a captive to take  back to his ship for ransom. His chosen  victim was Mary Connor, the daughter  of Mr. and Mrs. Cliff Connor.  Edward  Greenhalgh did some delight  ful   clowning   in  songs  such  as   "I   am   _  rather Susceptible Chancellor" from Iol-  anthe.   Resplendent   in  scarlet tunic  and  plumed cockexl hat as the Modern Major  General from "Pirates  of Penzance",  he  handled   Gilbert's   tongue-twisting   patter  with   a   smooth   and   rapid   articulation  which   ^almost    left   the_hste*ner   breath���_  . less.   Christine     Anton,   in     picturesque  costumes  of  a  century   ago,   brought   to  the  show,   beauty,   charm   and   a   lovely  soprano voice with excellent control. The  whole   show  vvas   merged   into   unity   By  the outstanding' piano accompabI5aents...oi^  Allsa Zaenker whose timing was superb.  John  Haddock of  Madeira  Park was  master .of  ceremonies  and on  behalf  of  the Hospital Auxiliaries, Mrs. Jack Mor^  gan thanked the audience for their^sup-  port and expressed keen appreciation to  Mr. Mossfield and  his groupTfor coming  so far to help St. Mary'sTHospital.  cert can telephone Mrs. Fritz Leuchte at  885-9641. Admission' fee xOf 50 cents includes refreshments and everybody is  welcome. v  Also on Saturday, there will he hnw.l ���  ing  for  the  teenagers,  sponsored   by   the  Halfmoon   Bay   Recreation   Commission.  Transportation will be supplied and those  wishing to bowl should be a. the Halfmoon Bay Shell station at 7:30 p.m. After bowling they will be f&ken to Secret  Cove for -refreshments.  Last     Thursday's     film     programme,  courtesy  of  the Japanese  Consulate,   ira-  cluded an interesting fjjrn cm. the.gaj'dgllii  of Japan. Not only was there a wealth of  flowers,   but   with   the  Japanese   love   of  beauty, waterfalls, stone lanterns, bamboo  fences and  old  wells  all  contributed to-  ..wa-uds���the- creation  of  scenes  of  beauty  -wiier^yej7jth_e camera turned its eye.  "Akiko, th71Jfel>r.i7jal>ane^  foJWws the activities of a girl of a well-  kg  art  at university.  It   follows   her   on   a   visit   to   Tokyo,   a  SAFE   RETURN r   .  During the coffee intermission at the  filrm show last Thursday, Captain Jerry  Williams welcomed home Mr. and Mrs.  -Louchterand .expressed .gratitude for their  safe return in spite of the accident they  experienced on their way home from  California   when   their   car   turned   over  three times and was completely wrecked.  Mr. Leuchte considers that they probably owe their lives to the fact that they  had- their~seaT"belfs fastened. They were  certainly very fortunate that the only  injury they sustained was a cut, to Mks.   Lmch.lels_IifUKU He...j^  costs of hospitalization in the Slates and  said the cost of one night's hospitalization for Mrs. Leuchte was $241. Doctor's  qnd ambulance fees brought their total  "medical costs up to more than $400.  WATCH  FOR  OPENING  OF 7  '$  SHOE STORE  Welcome Beach residents have heard  with deep regret of the death of Mrs  Margaret-" Gough   following  it would seem the committee will be  in a much better position next time to  assess the whole cost structure and  come up with a few definite figures.  This would involve ascertaining exactly  what grants will be available should the  project   be   approved,   what  other   mill  ment already gone intothe Centre, too  much is now at stake to let the whole  thing drop. The committee deserves  tremendous credit for its endeavor*  thus far and with the majority suppfjrt-  ing them, they can only look ^Tsuccess  in the future.  r^o^WasJLiLAraateii^  ���by Cindy Harris  TRACK MEET  OUR annual interhouse indoor track  meet was _held on Wednesday afternoon March 1. After a series of well-  fought competitions, including broom  racing, rope climbing, wrist twisting,  piggy back races, ^and last but by no  mpa'nc lpagt, Hip senior^hoys cbeerleading  crowded city where the ojd and the new  intermingle. It pictures the hotels where  she can stay, some western style and  others in traditional Japanese design.  In homes where she visits friends, many  old customs still prevail and everywhere  freTe are beauty TjdircpheUy--and---alwas  a-Ft-ist-ie���arr-a-rtgementa��������f���-���4owers;���The -  drinking is still preserved as a traditional  ceremony, a necessary part of "the education of every Japanese girl. Kimono.s are  still generally worn in the homes, but  western ��� costumes are common on the  streets'.   So  many  western  customs  have  surgery in  Vancouver. Her husband Les Gough predeceased her a Tittle over a year ago.  The Gough's had a summer home at  Welcome Beach for several  years.  MUSIC    EXAMS  Sechelt and Pender Harbour students  iimmiPFFi'mm"i''"'|'m"nimnnm'mill'"ni>lll'g  CT   TTHkmnkp  wT"n~Viaw<a  i-prew^rl  ~the ~"Roya~l "Conservatory   of  Music,   Toronto,   that   they   have   passed���  their   January   piano   examinations   are: .  Grade 7: Karen Dombroski; Grade,.G,y  Denise   Dombroski   hons.   Grade   4,   Edrl  Anfilla,   hons.   and     Bonnie    Janiewick,  hons.  i  Cbmpiete-tJHe���of���dftei  competion,  Nootka  won over  Haida  54-  NERO "fiddled" and only Rome burnt     certain,  the  next  government  not  only    45   Congratulations Nootka,  LEGISLATURE VISIT  -Six-grade-twelve-students ..wffi~tFgveT  but   his   contemporary     counterpart    faces  a tough obstacle course but will  in   Ottawa   "fuddles"   and     the   whole    find  it has inherite'd a quagmire.  Gibsons group .  Hospital Auxiliary to view  BERNIE'S  SUPERMARKET LTD.  formerly E&M  r  *<���  i  Groceries, Novelties  OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK  9:00 a.m.��� 10:00 p.m.  ^Besnie-oncl Pat Sholagan  j^^unlry-Jaces danger of erupting into_  flames. Fortunately-we are still a sufficiently free country that Prime Minister Pierre Elliott Trudeau will not be  in office long enough to- establish the  type of dictatorship or republic he obviously desires. He is trying hard to create a French-Canada but time is run-  ning out there too.   ���^emoirstfatibn of equipment  | Hwy 1-01.       - Phone 885-9414  iiiiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiMiiimiiiiiiiiinnnil  writes.,...  ���from the legislature, Victoria  EQUALIZATION    GHAUTS: ^         ONE ol the reasons why the Province of     j^e Cummings, Billy'Refd,*Joey Rous-  to  Victoria j}n7Mar-ch_...f6_ and  17  to  sit  in en-a meeting of the LegisTaturerThey���MQN3*HL!Y7meeting of Gibsons Auxiliary  have been invited to have dinner at the  home of Hon. Isabel Dawson, Friday  evening. They also plan to tour a museum  and other sites of Victoria. Students going will be Cora Bealet Roxana Dubois,  fo^QuipIc:  Results  Use  Times  Adbriefs  As we suggested a few weeks ago,  the incredible squandering of public  firmls on such projects as Opportunities  for Youth, Local Initiative grants etc.,  rather than use the countless millions  of dollars involved for rather more positive purposes, is already leading to  nation-wide controversy.  Most  startling denunciation to-date  follows   granting  of   $25,000   allegedly  to a gang of so^elilleir satanists. In ���-Tor-"  onto a citizen's group is seeking closure  of an establishment operating as a student '"-co-operative;* This institution  has  been raided on many occasions by the  mti-drug   squail   but   groups   operating  "roTii'^it~linv5nroccij7ctl^lcv?c"to an.|Ti��r'ler~*  million dollars in grants under the Local  Initiative  Program. The  citizen's claim  "il  is the biggest sucker fund  in  Ca-  ���,.,nadiiin.dii,sU)ry.l7-4.~���..w���^  Only last week wc heard an unconfirmed , report of an..individual,, who  had been publishing a bi-annual anti-  establlshmoni publlciuion. This particular eharaeier obtained a grant in the  five figure bracket supposedly for the  purpose of compiling a history of his  district. Suddenly an- abusive ..publication becomes a weekly event and the  historical document appears lo have  ���;- rjuleci���i n i^i -ob^curit y';'- ,-'��� ' ���"-~~"7  One can Inn ponder lhe i.|ucslion. Just  "how far docs Tniilcau go with his 'extravagant  exercises  in stupidity? Ouile  nulurally there are/a ccriain number' of  British  Columbia- has strongly  advo-  cated   a   guaranteed annual income  to St. Mary's Hospital was" held ip"the~  Gibsons Health Centre March 1. Dooley .  Mason, president, was in the chair.  Mr. A. Wagemakers, Hospital administrator, extended an invitation to members and associate members of St. Mary's  explanatory  "7. Anaesthetic    Trolley���to   ho  merit   requirements     related  $  through a negative  income tax system  is  that such guar  anteed      income  would provide  tho  greatest   benefits to  people   residing   in  the      economically  depressed    regions  of Canada.  Some of the facts  concerning Equali-  ' zation Grants mak<  interesting reading"  ,. The, .Government \  of Canada" has paid  out over $5,500,-  000,000 in equali'/.a-  fion payments since  their introduction In 1957, and they continue to increase substantially each-year.  One province,-alone, Quebec, received 47  per cent of this amount,  ���. ��������� ,ThoViS*^''jf,s"*'"*'l'it"tlo "ivldHeF'"thar'*fHeRe"  unconditional Grants which have been  paid to certain-provincial ,governmonts,,  have increased the relative stundard of  llvinfi' of the cltlzo% in tho areas In  which they have boon received. Nor, indeed, have they reduced the regional  Bap  In   individual   Income.  Likewise, lhe National Welfare Pvo-  gramiYie 'In' deficient In "roellfylnti the  sltuntlon for many of our cltl/.enn ln-  cludluK io a number of Instances, Homo  , wim aro tliCthlrd-pnei^llon on welfare.  Rcnnomlcally sound province}* of Canada nro inost Important,' tn ��� themsblvcs,  the Canadian nation as ,a whole.  seau and Randy Tait. The students will    Hospital   Auxiliaries   to   attend ��� an   Ap-  bc accompanied-by teacher Mr. J. Tier preclattoTr^reanfonbwear^T"  tion of eguipment. The time for Gibsnng  nan.  SPORTS  Basketball season is almost over with  only two jnjore-games this season. ��� There  will be"a junior girls and junior hoys  game at Richmond on March 4 and the  senior girls will play in a tournament in  Mission the weekend of March 10 and  11th.   Cpl. de St. Remy, our local RCMP; is  interested   in   starting   a   boys'   softball  ���team. Any boy. 17 or under interested in  joining this team may contact Mr. de  St..Remy. . ��� , ._ _  See/ie/fNotes  -by Peggy Connor  SECHjfeLT ChlefX Soccer team are hold-  '''^tifiorJ"T^6^tier^nlur-'~  jmi(��^i)^^4i^,muib .WiUcJOUC  worlhv ol merit. There arc, however, an  amazing" nii'iiiboV    ol worllilcss    hippy  groups,  activists, con-artists and whtil"  iHiKsyiJtiJ1Bjiiiiiuu lly���vmlkl na-imuy^with  millions of taxpayer's dollars. Arc those  ln'g"'tii'olr"  day's homo game against G.VXC'r, scoro  ���was  2-2,   r .,-,.....,.��� ,.    Guesls,nt-the Paetkau homo this wcok-  ond ''woro Dr, Eric Paotkau's father unci  mollior Mr, and Ivli'fl. K, H. Paetkau from  Richmond,  Sorry t^ ��� say the snow goose \. a  gone goose,   ..,..'. * /  A ,'irqat, Rvirprlao was In Rtoro for the  follow who raised his erabtraps out uf  t|ie- water at- Secret Covp to l'jnd an-lvor  ottoi- ctirldd upV. Inside. 'The -trap had'  been In .70' of wntor so poor ot^or wuh  ana tu the Canadian nation as ,a wnoio. quite dead, evidently ho had been quite  We  as  Canadians  must d)o  .concerned    a'Problem aroCind tho cove, One day a  onoi.ish to hco that Ihoso n^3dm!MJaail��h--^^  Vu*%mflrOT^ people ^Vlr,   Otter  kept .him  at,  bay.   Powerful,  ed wllh I  ohHervii-  to  u��luh,  UOHH  we  nlro"pOTplo7-MsriHlonu"*iooks7"Ur��'ft"r^iip----  porl al lhe ncM election?  On iho. oilier side of the coin ,wc  'learn Ihiil' al'lor' one year of negotiation, an Indian scll'-hclp cannery project near Prince Rupert has been rejected  ' "Ivy. the federal 'wwefrimoiilT This $2,.<,  nullwn project would have provided As  ���   -    work for about,- 200 Indians1 of the fish*" ot  may, derive  Ininofll  from  Huehf,ClranU", } .IM*'.."1��� ��,JV�� n��1.. J!..{0 >��"!?..  have the moam. lo provide" an adequate wi,\s  wlllt  regrol  that  iho  e  Ineomo  level  for  thol,r residents. IS" nl! 1^^! w mnS"  tffnulnnnci of  of uovummont, and tho support of bunl-^WoM ��� �� Iwdn HiSOTSa hRnlo  i,���Juboiuw^d��ttlL.gan��dl��n eltlzons,.:.J��Py.��n��S>iV.��n.J��..����,��btpap. ,  can rimolvo our ppol)fQn^,^lTT"^oTffl",t^\^ho--WeNtoi>iV'Snvoyardi.^  Auxiliary is 2 p.m. on Sunday, March 12.  , Gladdie Davis reported a successful  bridge evening on Feb. 28. There were  9- tables playing. 1st _prize went to-Glad-  die Davis and Alameda Whiting, 2nd  prize to Ewart McMynn and Roy Taylor*  and the door priize w;as won by Maryke  Crosby. The next bridge will be held on  March 27 and for information call 886-  2009 or  886-2050.          7 Amy Blain reported on the Mini-  Thrift Shop and Ivy Richards advised that  7 Gibsons Volunteers worked at the Hos- ,  ','pitaf'''Glft''Slip'p*'''dfi:';f6'UrM6n'daW^n-Feb-':'':'''  ruary, The Gift Shop will now be open  ��� from 2-5 p.m, only.  '"''' The secretary, Verla Hobsbn, read 'the  following list of equipment which the  Ho.spttal Auxiliaries ' from Pender Harbour to Port Mellon have been able lo-  donate to the hospital through the Co-  ordinating Council (or 1972. Some of this  equipment has already been delivered  and the. balance, will' bo,dellveredas soon -���������������  as  possible.  1. Image   Intenslflor     $ 7,500,  2. Anaesthetic Machine   $ 2,(100.  ���   3. l3ronc,shoHcope���-enables tho physician  to Inspect patient's lungs j '..% 1,500,  "��� 4; Ultra Sound Nobullzor���-forces air into'  lungs of patient, Ufo-savlng propensity of this Instrument to bo appreel-  '���    ated wou|d hayo to bo scon whon ubocI *  on a critically ill pal lent        %    500. '  fi, Heal'l Monitor-���this typo has a1 remote,  panel whoro mu'po can road monitor  , ffrom, tho.,jl.cal^fil.vlnfi--pttllor>t-",-,*4-hout'7'  '   'oiu'c���"       .    .7,      '.. ., % 5,270.  (J. Portable  Operntlg  Room  Light���-Holt  equips  .to_-ad-  ,,  ministratibn  of  anaesthesia"    .$.   854.  8. Century Bath^to lift elderly patients  bodily by hydraulic power into whirlpool bath  $ 2,700. ',  ���9,-Elash���JSter-i-lizer���for  quick--stterfliza���  tion of O.R., etc., instruments required"   for immediate1 use .7:...: $    8777^  10. Plaster Trolley���to 'hold all materials" ���  required  for casts  $ .%:.<SS0._ ,  TQTAL $23,388.  Less Government Grant"  $--7,-796,--  $15,592.,  Next event planned by Gibsons Auxiliary will be a spring dance and snior-  gasbord   on   April   22   at   the   Canadian'  Legion Hall. Plan now to attend, this- very '  popular  event.  The next meeting will be on April 5 at  1:45 P.mrin, the'.Healtlv Centre? Goons'/1'  New members will be welcomed.  -^rvt^^^^r-r^inhag^i'yjins  Flying Club . . .'For1 Social- and  '- *-"*5firriulatin'g-'- Reldxation ���  -  : 886-2565 - B85-2153  .after-6:00 p.m.  "NON."FLYING- MEMBERS  "WELCOME  /  Elphinstone Flying Club  ���-,'   V ,\  m  DOGS RUNNIN6 BI6 GAME���  Owners of dogs tako noticev%h��Cf fbW March''8tKT  1972 to September 1str 1972 in the area of Sunshine  Coast from Port Mellon to Egmont District, any Conservation Officer or Constable without liability may  destroy any dog found running at large and harassing  big game (deer).  ���'"'J. HATTER  Director Fish & Wildlife Branch  if*** \  fii..j.i4.iii.jm.i ���.,.,,,-,.������..,        i    .,,   1 ,    !  Blaktf C. Aldoraon D.C.  CHIROPRACTOR  whloli lend lo t\ gronlor concept of what  It Ih to be n7Canadli\n,  Hy imlnH llio HyHlom of Wqunll/.aticm  ClrunlH wlnoly and with tho Kroateot ben-  el'Uii |o people lp, economically, doprennr  ed ' nunm, llio proylniHiH which aro nol  forluniuo in rcnour(*on and oc  other proYlncof, can viao tboflQ monlo^; to  economy ftii  Inn comiminlly bv providing u payroll    !]��'l) t,u' pooplo 'ulthln n botlor wrty of  of $u(rt),1()()'i)7 llf"'  porfornr-' -  rid 'nt Ponder High School -Saturday nlghti  wero(, a .treat,, to ,v. hoai',, Four tqp cnter-  Inlnorn, Ilnrry Mondflold, ChrltUlno Anion,  Kdwai'd Gi'eonhH)|{b, nlimori- and Kugono  jOott^lo on tho piano, If you noo Ukimo  nnnioi,' arid Know any of tbom i\rd'"p"or;v'w  will novpr roRrot It, ��.true dollKht,  " Tho Auxiliary aifl'l^hop In St. Mnry'n  ������,������,������., Honpltal ban had to cut hourn to 2-1, Mon��  A7n;^'r:;";':".T.r Tr���"*-"!'  ���1 - ..-,T.hu���aunrnntccd Annvt��l..,lnc<?ni<lJ?lflh    d'^y.H'i'oxHl1 l0 Snlurdny. 11 wan proyintf.  ^Any 8nveriiinonl^lHi^U>4i��co-.nt;ol>^^   iwi'muoli^  h iiclc CDiirNC un election, lo, 0 live, Oyer .jBQuullXMIon Qrantii and ll'.,would,Oniiuro 'involved, TfDwii thoru aro' a ��roat��r num-  the yours \{ UHlnllly Hticcecdti in Nliiooih- thnt our foljow CiuViuIIiuih would pnrjlel- bor o( workeri. tlie hrnu-n will bo extuncU  'Ing <^ll  lhe bumps  Ihtis enHinn lhlnt*fi ' pido tllroolly In the dlHli'lbulli)n"df monlon' ed, If ynu fool you luwo' lho tlmo nml  for  its  NUCcetiNors,   In   the  eime  ol'  the derived from IhoiioprovlncoH which aro tho   'nollnutlon   to. do   volunteer),   work  dniHiletilly  rcvcrscil  ilnd  one 'thlnu ,1k :r��'HL^    ,"*,0'M'nw^w,n,,,*,,*,,*,w,w**,*M*^*,*'^^ nil Guniidlluirt  Thero brift1 been muoh dlftcttfinlon con-  cerjduu���tt��0Ui��,faiUcc4JViniuttyiMcp��M*ttW  the provincial lovol nnd Ihoro" nro fiomo  ^iro'ftdvooftio"im^r^innitinfnir*  BrlUfih Columbln. n  Howflvor, for, nucii' n pro'jrrimmo' to  ���wrirlt futccoffflfujly', fromn 'fiindlpft point',  "of ylfny, it would,"bo nqt'Ofifiriry for If to,'  bo   Implomonlod   nt  thu  fedornl   lovol,  >'<���* "Any"one provlnco -which Implomonted ���>.  i   nuob  n  proHrwmmo* on������"Hr  oW��v" woidd  1rucMlvo.;,..un,i��lntlvi'K..,iQfl!.,'r��i'ld��ntfc-,f'��lmoHl'.  Immodlntely nnd the Intent of the fundi  V.HVuld:7bh���de,j;ehW;dr^  Port OffIco Bulldlnfl Sechelt  Phono OQS-2333   :,-;:77r'RW,,886ia3an"=:r:7:,::..7:.7  Tuoadoy to Friday 10|30 a.m. to 3|30p.m,  Saturday 9(30 a.m. to]|00 p.m.,  EVENlNGiS BY APPOINTMeHT  iTwE EENmSULA^bw^  "<1  TtibllfiWai/cclncsdiiypirSlcircir  on I'.C.'h Siuihlilno Count  Powell River Newt ToW Crlcr  ���- ~6cc|iclt<fNmcii-ht(tr~-~  nox3io��fsc��i^ii, n.c.  .JL..  fJubjcriptlon K^tc8j"(ln Mvrtnca)   ���  ^ocnl, .fi per yenr,1 Poyonit 33 miles, $^<' ���   '  ., >,     U.S./V,, $$>, Ov��r��cii����, $l(l!,  , ���v.'  Servln/t th�� dm fronyort Mellon tt>,flftnon(  ktift*,*  T*;1  THIS WEEK SPECIAt;  0 or, pkti. upoc ��� pkp, A��ir^F  Anyone ���Jnterostod^ln���  Macramo Classes  /"<  CJpriitflct1,^,.,,.,, i, -7 ,  tHE YARN BARN  805-9305  WWP^*W?4��^)W4A4,�� -.4,  I    1)1.  i',h iiii'V,' I1 'i '"i'1  Pender Harbour Chevron  SPRING 5PI ClAt  Lubrication 8. OH Change  Oil-filter Change  ^-^Cffr^Garoz-Storvlce���"--^  ",V  ��-i  'V' 7  Interior Vacumed  Windows Washed  IAND  Your Summor-tlrcs  installed  i > ��� i  FOR   VJO��]^jP  (Oil qnd' Filter "Inclusive)   .  . .       . '. ,   ,      - .  883-2392  MANY-TiRE-SPECIALS  For your  Real  Estate  and Insurance require-  -~~^��. ments -contact ~w.,^.  MR. JOHN PREEN  at 883-2794.  Residing In tho  PENDER HARBOUR  t  ,   Mortgage Funds  Availablo  ��� ..VI  LS^  *J"  Pox 128, Sechelt'  Ik^l  �����m^-n �����*>_��� tnrr &**+t_ *!*,,.*.���  AGENCIES LTD.  Phono 885-2235  .. .  "V I,  I ���.'!,  ft.'.  ' **>"  ���r;,\y< i 8%7 .-���I?  7��"  w  * &  jtfedngsdayr^Agrch 1, X912        The Peninsula Times Page A-f      Sechelt GarJdek.Chlb pkmslor Spiking zhow  1W^cfi~meetog 7.  LA Guides and Brownies  hear successful reports  ,_SF.CHELT Garden  Club .welcom,eya  three     tiru  glance  but  on  closer  inspection, re-  ~?~ti.\.  fitemtij^^ careful   planning   and   the   utmo��L^  rmM--m^^xlrwmy7march l.-wU.ii  Pre-    !'.^?r!|  fnr. dHnil ��� Spasonal-chaBgas-hav.  pental Jbpici  little.more.pat.ience.and a..llttlejndre caie-  'ful attention to their '^emotional needs  -44*an-uth4Fs,���s ^a-j -������������������������������  MAHCIT  meeting nf the Sechelt  LA.  to  Guides and Brownies was held at the-  home of.Mrs. Ronnie Paetkau. Mrs. liar- '  riet   l^ewtoii,   Commissioner   was   in   the  fliaii- with  11 jnem-hws  present.  Mrs. Donalda Sigouin is gelling ready  for  the   Guiders   Cofiference   to "be   held *  in Naramala, March 12th weekend.  Fairy godmother to Guides Mrs. Bonnie Paetkau reported the party held at  T 'Ord���Jim's   Lodge���was���a���real���success. ���  tln�� area to work in the Chilliwack's gain.  Our   best   wishes  go  with  yon  Barbara.  Provincial Guide Convention will be  held May 9, 10, 11 Ih at UBC Totem  Park.         _"     " ���  The iwxI meeting will EeTTeld ApTTl  f> rat -the home hi' Mrs. Charlotte Jackson, Wilson Creek.  sident Frank Read in the chair.  Dates were set  for the annual shows  which include the Spring Show on April,.  2-2. Summer Show,''June 24 and the Fall  Srfow on September !"0.  Guest speaker was Mr.. Willie Taka-  hashi who .hehi tne attention of his  audience with, a talk on Japanese Gar*-.  dens. Mr. Taknltaskii has spent the past  lew years -transforming7 his own garden  infer a pfare xrt heywTy-arlTntred by everyone. Me spoke of the simplicit^bf a Japanese  garden  which  is' almost  casual  at  little effect on the Japanese garden which  is a combination of stone, plants and  water in perfect h?rmony. Mr. Takahas-hi  , thinks"/of a Jananese garden, not as an  extension 'but an actual part of the house  itself, a place for outdoor living where  01.1i' -an enjoy the beauty of nature, a  place to ease the tired 'mind in tran-  quillily.. ..   .     ���    .  Following   Mr;   Takahashi's   talk,   the  raffle   was   held "with   Mr.   Frank   Read  ..'.heinji tbe   winner..-   _ : ...    ISTAY-A-WAKE^-GAS-^  In the early clays, the gas was thought  Next meeting -is at 8 p.m. on Wednesday, April 5 in St. Hilda's Hall, Sechelt.  MANY children who used towowy alDOut  going to the dentist have become model  patients throttg.h use of ^analgesia���gas  that makes tffe kids droopy but awake.  Some parents are still hesitant when  a dentist proposes the use of the' pain-<  killing gas on their children. ,They>. think  that lhe gas will knock the,'children unconscious, so confusing analgesia with a  general anesthetic that puts ft patient, to  sleep ag in a  hospital.  Research has shown that children -who  are TntToduced 10 "ctent istiy ~rfccolnpaivied  by analgesia lose their tension and cooperate  with   the  dentist.   Some  need  a  of purely as a'good pain, killer. However,  research.over the years has shown that  the mild gas used to keep the child' in  a drowsy state had a relaxing effect as .  well. The state of euphoria and the elimination of fear while the child was awake  has made analgesia popular with dentists,  children, anil   their   parents.  ���Canadian   Dental  Association  Stamp Falls on Vancouver Island was  named after Cr/ptain Edward Stamp, "a  British  sea"captain.  For  Quick  Results   Use  Times .Adbriefs,  Girls and leaders .both enjoyed swim-  - ming in the pool. The guides were most  helpful at the Brownie's Mother' and  Daughter Banquet. Proippig tn _mn.- V.v.���  pecung visits from the Local police and  firemen to give _them talks. They will  also be inviting the Brownies who will  fly up to Guides next year to a meeting.   h^^ee^H-Bi-crwnies-F-airy-'GTDdTriot-her -  Mrs. Lynne Jorgensen, reported that the s  v. f;irls are still "making stuffed aninials.  Tha valentine party for the girls was a  real fun time as they went bowling. For  many of tlie girls it was a first, time and  it sounds like this is just the beginning  even the low scoring ones are undaunted and eager to try this sport again.  Mrs. Dianne Benner gave the results  of the two girls who attended the Rangers  Conferenee-in -Powell River. -They-were  Vivica Watson and Pam Benner, and travelled with the Gibsons Rangers. Had a   marvellous time and  came  back  all en-  thused   to   start   another   Ranger   group  ���here.  Six  or seven' "girls  are* all that  is  is  yrashine Coast Business Directory   :���*���-^���-~��� H ; *" '���'''.�� "�����     . ' W*  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.  needed.   The   age   group   is   14-18;   it  not necessary to. have been a guide.  The   cookies   have   been   ordered   for  Cookie   Week,   Aprjl   28th..   Mrs,   Diane  Young convenor for the Brownie Mother   and Daughter Banquet and Mrs. Dianne  Benner,. convenor for the--Guides-Father  and Daughter banquet were- thanked for  the good-^los--d-on-e'"b'srilTeit' conuiritteesr���~  It jvas__suggested  that   the-same  be  ART SUPPLIES  Telephone 886-2069  ROSE & ART ENTERPRISES  Pottery, Supplies, classes & firing  dealer for Duncan's Ceramic products  Pine Rd. & Grand view Ave.  =1*^t^ox-627-6ibsoi��HB?(Bf=  BUILDING SUPPLIES  READY-MIX GONCRETE AND  BUILDING SUPPLIES /   Your One Stop Building Store  For All Your Building Needs  GIBSONS BUILDING SUPPLIES LTD.  1653 Seaview - Phone 886-2642  TWIN CREEK BUILDING SUPPLIES  DIAL  Gibsons 886-2291 - Sechelt 885-2288  WHEN YOU NEED BUILDING SUPPLIES  GIVE US A GALL '  ������FREE ESTIMATES���-  Free Estimates - Fast Service,  G & W DRYWALL  Drywall acoustic and textured ceilings.  Now servings Gibsons area and the Peninsula.  Phone 884-531.5_._  FUEL  (continued)  F  RNIE WIDMAN  for alf your  ,SSO PRODUCTS  ���   IMPERIAL ESSO DEALER  Phone 883-2663    -  Madeira Park, B.C.  For Your' Fuel Supplies  DANNY WHEELER'  your  IMPERIAL ESSO AGENT  886-9663 - Hopkins Landing  f  COAL  Drumheller Lump - Drumheller Egg  Heatglow Briquettes  MARINE  SERVICES  GIBSONS MARINE  SERVICES LTD.  Complete  automotive and marine repairs and  parts; welding; sales; boat hauling; OMC and  Chrysler Marine dealership.  486-7414- ���  Gibsons   ���   Box 397  CLAYTON WELDING & MARINE  Marine Ways to 42'  " Bottom-Repai rs r~"  883-2^35  ��Box 7 -Garden Bay, B.C.  Box 166, Port Mellon, B.C.  done next "year regards to the banquets,  lather and daughter for Guides,-and mother  and  daughter  for  Brownies.  The guides and brownies joined with  the scouts and .cubs for the Thinking  Day Service and parade. They marched  from the Trail Bay Mall to the Sechelt  Legion Hall with flags whipping^ around  in the strong wind. The service was  shared with Rev. Popple from St. Hilda's  Anglican Church and Father Dunlop  from Sechelt Residence. The silver col-  -4eetieft--wetrt-4e--the���Save  the  eMMmr  AUTO  SERVICE  Fund.  Members were reminded of the Division  meeting  ��0  be  held   March  4th  at  Camp Olave with Sechelt L.A. hosts for  ��� this year: ~~~-~   *   - -    - ~  A former leader Mrs. Loretta Copping  now living in Haney has not forgotten  her group,, she sent, some Nabob coupons.  Received with pleasure a cheque, for  $25 from the Canadian Legion members.  -    -J-t-was-v^th���regret-Hrhat-the-reBigna="  tion   of   Miss   Barbara-. Beck-, as ��� Guide  -CaplajrL.was read. Miss BfickJs-Iea.vin.g.  SECHELT HOME SERVICE  Atlas Parts - Good Year Tires  885-2812 or 885-9979  AUTOMOTIVE UNDERCOATING  STEAM CLEANING      '  ���eeMPL^TC-^AR-etEAH-UP---  SIMONrZING  Esslemonr Equipment Services  Box 436, Gibsons, B.C.  CABINET MAKERS  OCEANSIDE FURNITURE &  CABINET SHdP  HARDWOOD SPECIALISTS ,  FINE CUSTOM FURNITURE  KITCHEN AND BATHROOM CABINETS  Our Cabinet Units-Are All Prefiinshed Before  Installation.  R. B IRK IN -���Beach Ave., Roberts Creek, B.C.  Phone 886-2551  PRATT ROAD AUTO WRECKERS  Phone 886-9535  FURNACES  BANKS  ROYAL BANK OF CANADA  GLAD WINGS  TABERNACLE  --Sinidqys-iP;00>;m;;-7:0Q:p;mr-  Wednesday Bible Study 7:30 p.m.  ..." PASTOR^NANCY ,D,YKES  Jiower Point Road  SECHELT BRANCH-rPhone.885-2201  GIBSONS BRANCH���Phone 886-2201  HOURS:  Sechelt: Tues.-Thurs. 10 a.m.-3 p.m.  Fri. 10 a.m.-6 p.m.; Sat. 10 a.m.-3 p.m.  Gibsons: Mon.-Thurs. 10 a.m.-3 p.m.   Frir-10-a.mi-6-pjrr.r��� ������  GIBSONS PENTECOSTAL  <;->*f��.i!.���:,.��/Highway and Martin Road       ��>7  Sunday School: 9:45 a.m.  Sunday Services: 11 a,m,; 7 p.m,  Wednesday: Bible and Prayer"7:30 p.m."'  Friday;.. Yowth Servlce-r-7:30 p.m.     .  PASTOR: GERRY FOSTER  Phone; 886.7107  APPLIANCE REPAIRS  Guaranteed Repairs Fast Service  WASHERS - DRYERS - RANGES  RADIO - TELEVISION - STEREO  TRAIL BAY ENTERPRISES  Nlckerson Road, Box 578, Sechelt - 885-9318  Carry InAwry out service on small appliancos,  toasters, irons, frypans, portable heaters, hair  dryers, mix masters, vacuums etc.  ^ FHMNEY- CtiAMtNO ���  CHIMNEY CLEANING  No Mess Vacuum Cleaning  * OIL STOVEScFURNACES. .AND HEATERS  ������i *-CLEANED AND REPAIRED" ^���---  All Work Guaranteed  COASTLINE SERVICES  Complete Home Renovations and RepaPrs  Phone 885-2021  Box-798- Sechelt, B.C.  PARKINSON'S HEATING LTD.  GIBSONS  ESSO OIL FURNACES  No down payment - Bank interest  Ten years to Day  For free estimoto���Call 886-2728  Complete line of appliances ���  HAIRDRESSERS  ITRACTORS  BLASTING  PENDER HARBOUR 1  FULL GOSPEL  TABERNACLE     "  SUNDAY SCHOOL AND BIBLE CLASS  ;.., 9s45 A.M. ,,  c)iiyRCH���swyic^    Poster Rev, Walter S. Ackroyd  Madeira Park ��� 883-2374  CONTROLLED BLASTING  ,.,. ALL WORK,INSURED   ,  FREE ESTI^ATtS  FRED DONKEY  Ponder Harbour - 883-2403  SUNSHINE COAST  ���www.0^ Vw* K** <J JZJU-IU' h^ ii \+r t^M. KM-1\' Nw 1"!^  ''    (Undonomlnfltlonai)  Sunday School ��� 10:00 a.m.    Church Sorvlso ���'..11 tlB ��.m��  Evonlna Sorvlco 7)30 p.m.  PASTOR REV. S, CASSELLS  "^^PflVirBafRoortiBrid-Arbiitii^;  {% block, up from H'fl!w��y>  For Expert Blasting  FREEJEStlMATES  Phone 885-2304 L. C, Emerson  If No Answer Leave Message at  883-2763 or 886-7377-  ';"��� ���^���"4rt-i-R��^1vTSpoholfrjr^B��Crrr"  BRICKLAYING  .*  A. SIMPKINS  COAST BACKHOE & TRUCKING .  7 ���;:..4, LTD.  Fi 11, Cement-Grq^elr Drain Roek.-etc.,  Box 89, Madeira Petk  PhoneI883=22Z4 ���  L & H SWANSQN LTD.  READY-MIX' CONCRETE  Sand and Gravel'-' Backhoes'  ,,,,,, ,������,,��,��� Ditching ^.Ex^yotlons,. ,.���.,..   OFFICE IN BENlKlER BLOCK  885-9666, Box 172, Sechelt, B.C.  "������ ^1- ���; mi... v-..ii..'i...r,;, 7' i". ["������..���.'������^���-���.���m... .. ''.,'.''' ' '  '���v. ��� ��������'" ���    v>* ,mm  RHONE 885-9550  RON'S CONTRACTING  CJeprlng - ExcaVaflons - Road Building  "TGradlrig - Fl 11 - RpSd Gravel '-Crushed Rock"*  Phone: Sechelt- 885-9550  *           .    .  .  1       " . ��� - ��� 1   -   Land Clearing - Road Building  Tree Topping - Seleatlve Lagging  PETE DUBOIS  ,,,..7lm._^^  ������  R.R. 1, Madeira Park, B.C.  DISPOSAL SERVICES    "  SUNSHINE COAST DISPOSAL  ANN'S COIFFURES ,  ** ft .  in the Bal Block  : Next to tKf CoHpp Store  Gibson* .   886-23  SECHELT BEAUTY SALON  Dianne Alien, Proprietor  Expert Hair'"Sty I ing  Cowrie St.,       "*" Phone  Sechelt, B.C   ^ '     885-2818  MACK'S NURSERY - Roberts Creek  Landscaping - Shrubs - Fruit Trees - Fertilizer   Berry Plants^Beddmg-PlqntSs Peat Moss  Fully Licensed Pesticide Spraying for  Landscaping and Trees  iunshine Coast Hwy. -Ph. 886-2684  OPTOMETRIST  FRANK E.  DECKER, OPTOMETRIST  Bal Block - Gibsons  Every Wednesday  886-2248  ROOFING AMD  FLOORING  ALL TYPES OF RdOFING APPLIED  AND REPAIRED  All Work Guaranteed  Complete j-|ome Renovations and Repairs  COASTLINE SERVICES      Phone 885-2021  Box 798 Sechelt, B.C.  CALL STAN  HILSTAD  _���,___���.       dboutymrr ~  ROOFING AND FLOORING NEEDS  Phone 886-2923  Gower Point Road  SEWING MACHINES  zer       i^  S  UNSHINE  EWrNG���  Bernina & Omega  Sales, Parts, Service  ERYICE  FREE HOME DEMONSTRATION  REPAIRS AND SERVICE ON ALL MAKES -  rsr-Mona���Haries  SPORTING GOODS  CLIFF'S BOATS  & ACCESSORIES LTD.  Fishing Supplies-= Boatsr new and  .Large & Small  PLUMBING AND  HEATING  PLUMBING, HEATING & HOT  WATER HEATING  All Makes-All Work Guaranteed  J^QASTLINE SERVICES __  Phone 885.2021  .  Box 798  Sechelt, B.C.  HEATING & SHEET METAL  "OIL FURNACES/STOVES AND HEATERS" ���  _j!?^|jnalefcVqcuuffi^  All Work Guaranteed  COASTLINE SERVICES  Phone 885-2021  Box 798  Sechelt, B.C.  HALL SHEET METAL  Domestic-Commercial - Industrial  Telephone 885-9606  Box 164, Socholt, B.C.  prj Wiwwfl* .amy.  Tho United Church of Canada  SERVICES  . '  St, Mn't UnlM Church - P��vN Pay  Sunday Services �� 9|30 a.m.  ^..^y..,. Robartt Crook Unlte<i ... >.> ���.  Sunday Services^ 2|39jP.m, ,  ���      Glbiom Unltod C|mreh        ,   '  Sunday Sorvlcoa�� 11; 1B a.m.  Port Mollomi Unltad    ,  ""������;" Sura5y"SrrVI?��T7|30*pii """:"  (2nd ond Mh Sundays) .  Mlnlttnr,  Roy, Jim WIIHamBon r.Glb��on> - B06-2333  Box 517 - Sechelt, B.C.  "'phono'saS-XlW  T���y'"mm~t,^_^m_____..,,.���.���t   \yy    ���������rrT���,riniiniiiiiniiw.ininin.L un...i  BUILDERS  COR ZUIDEMA  "FdrAII Tour Reno^<atlonsrRepqirs~  and Cabinet Work.'  Phono 885-2139  i  SSSSwwwgBgsaagK.^^  Baptist Church Services  PETHEL BAPTIST CHURCH  Mermaid on4 Troll,,Soehplt  -*~ Sunday 4^SchooU10;QQ*a.m^rJ1  Mornlng*Worshlpw,U;.l 5*a,m.,  CALYARY_BAjTjSTjWJ^CH  ���    park Rood, Glbtoiw  Morning Worship 9:30 a.m,  Sunday School, 10;45 a,m,  EvqqIoq r-ollovyfihlp-7;pp p.m.,,  REV. ROBERT ALLADY, Pnrter ,  (005.2609).     ,  "A"WARM'VVO:COME/AWAITS'YOlJ  it^mmminmm  PLYrCONE DEVELOPMENTS '9.  HOUSING CpRP. LTP.  -     SwnshlnoCoqst and Inlands ���  CO|SYI;NTIONAL( MODULAR MP PREFAB  ""��������� WaMlqYtnVTlTcmsondideda '���" ":  0|ir Prices Aro Compfltltlvo  . Plwno YwnqouYor 6?J!-364?  Wrllo Rox 676 - Socholt, D-C.  JKlCO^PEXELPtMENXs LJJ),_  CUSTQM4.HQMES^PRE-FAD���H0MWW,,  High Quality , , , Raasonablo Prices /  ���"���"Buy-Q-PackaQo'cind oroct"lt*your��o|f#- or pet  1 ��� pvir profejslonal help,  GARDEN BAY, O.C * Phona Eve��, 803-27^3  PORT MELLON to CLE'S COVE "'  . Toll 886-2938 or 885-997.3  Cq|) Ua fo. Your Disposal NoodR, t  YVIipn RonoYatlno Or Sprlno Cloanlno.'  Contqlnera Available,  i0mmmmmmmmmmmmmmm^m^mmm^ml^mmmii9f  ELECTRICIAMS  -i~~_, ACTON .,.ELECTRIC-.LTD,._  7 RosliJcritlal'%"Iriduatrlpl qnd Marine YYJrlno  Eloctrlc Hoat - Linn Work  Phono 886-7244  f ������ .mh^i- ^���twm.tii.,.wl  V"1" ��� ������������������������������'������������������������������ �����     -m  Roaldontial - Commorcial �� Industrial  SIM ELECTRIC LTP.  ,�� .-.Qov't -Cortlf led. Electrician*   f PhoriQ Pay or Evo. 885-20635  JIM McKENZIE  ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR  Kcsiqehtldl V^Irlng^nd Major  Appliance Repairs  DoX 387, Scchclr, B.C.  OIL FIRED WARM AIR HEATING  ,'���.'. QIL FIRED"WATER HEATERS , ,  Nothing Down -* 10 Years To Pay  0 Light Plwmblng  Roy Blanche ���     Madeira Park  883-2401 883,2778  IRONWORKS  PENINSULA ORNAMENTAL  IRONWORKS  WROUGHT IRON RAILINGS    ���  AND "MISCELLANEOUS ORNAMENTAL  -IRON'-WOTCrv  OWWOI  ; ��mr7  Phono 886*7029 - B86r7056 - 886.725b  FREE ESTIMATES  JANITOR SERVICE  "WSIc^fiirfrTh^Re^hlite^Cfia'sr   .���,_..HpWE-SOWN'DT-; -,-'-:  JANITOR SEfiYICE  SEASIDE PLUMBING  ..........=_   - Gibsons  Plumbing - Pfpefltting - SteomfIttlhp  Hot Water Rearing - Pipe Lagging  Used  885-9832  Seche*8  SURVEYORS  ROY & WAGENAAR  B.C. Land Surveyors  Marine-Bui lding^-_PQrpoise Boy  Sechelt, B.C.  885-2332 or ZEnith 6430  FRE^ ESTIMATES  Phone 886-7X) 17 ot 886-2848  >��������������������   i' i ������"!"������������ I"   �����������! ��� ���'������ ���������^���  Repairs - Alteratlofts T New Installations  LAURIE'S-PLUMBING-8.-HEATING  Govt, Certified Plumber   ���   24 Hour Service  Phone 886-2406  GENERAL DELIVERY - SECHELT, B.C.  ���PENINSULAPLUMBING LTDr  Sales and Service - 886-9533  Everything  for" the  Do-It-Yourselfer!  Also Paints and Heating Supplies  Free Estimates,  Port Mellon to Pender  886-9628 885-2831  PENDER HARBOUR  PLUMBING 8. HEATING    **  PLUMBING - HYDRQNIC HEATING  NEW WORK and SERVICE WORI<;  '.   ',.     '�� Gov't. Certified Plumbor  '"'; ���",Trv"v    Plione 883-2720  Box 63 Madeira Park, B,C,  RENTAt5"���''"���-���,'   T-^AT~tJ.-,'Ronlalir'"'"'  . .... ���'      ,        i  Tools and Equipment  Garden Bay, B.C.      Phono 883-2585  TIRES  COASTAL TIRES  SlMfhine Coast Highway  Box 13, Gibsons, B.C. - Phono 886-2700  SALES AND SERVICE  A" Prqndsi AvpilaWo  ���MpndayJa^gJurdgy^S^Qja.m.-l^S^Ojp^  Friday evening by appoinfmenronly.  TOWING "  SECHELT TOWING 8. SALVAGE  (- ���   LTD;' '  Heavy Equipment Moving & Log Towing  'L HIGGS  Phone 885-9425  TRANSFER  4JRENT��IT-ATi  FUEIr  - Low cost,,-, High power    ��*_.,  Your Business Card  In this spqib will  ioclTTiiaTFTCOOOlJeopfir^'"^  ���       ..*  .     ���'-    ���'    ,,   ��� ���'���,.      ,   '   ���*'_  VrfANADIAN    TRQPANE  "   ,;������.   GAS& OIL LTD  Serving tho Sunihlpo Coa��t VrlHj reliable and  economical" Cooking, Heating and Hot Water'.  FREE ESTIMATES  ...      .      -  Phono 885-2360  i;cr  SpeclalUti In Clconllig-Floor Waxlna ���  Spray Buffing r W(ndpw Cloqnlng  RUG SriAMPPplNG     .  Phono 886-7131 - Qlbsona, B.C.  .," ~���     JOHNSON'S  BUILDING MAINTENANCE  'Specializing In; H i  taper Hanqii'igrlnterlorfli-C^ireriordecorqtlnflr  Ruq VleqnlPB, All 1YR���� of Building'  Maintenance^ ?|oor Instalwtlon.,  Window Cleaning,  rHONR 085-971B AFTRR 4 P.M^  Box 642 * SfiMt, P.O. i  MACHINE SHOP '^  ��� I' ".Min ���  ' I1 "  "��� '  ll  At the Sigh of fh* Clwron  lHILL,^MACHIN^sH9t~_J  &,MARINE.SERYICE^LTD,^   '     Machine Shop ���. Arc and Acty Welding  Steel Fabricating ��� Marine Way*-  Automotive and.Marino, Repair*'  Standard Marino Station  Phone 006-7721       R����; 006,9739, MW)M  w" w ���'' ��i-9nm ��� ��� ����������� -i��f������_<������ ������ *���'��������ym***m��p��� "i;y"*��>������������������>��� m- ��yfw���  '     THU RENTAL SHOP  *'-'": --'������'-���'���'��� a^ Do)Yl��'f>ay>  -m;;,~''We RenterSoll-AlmoarEYen-thlnfl'''-**^  ,,' Typewrltora - Lighting .Plants, . TelovUlontJ.  Rot6 Tlllora - Comorit Mlxflrs - Lawn Rakoa  Mechanic's, Tools  PHONB 805.2840 ��� 24 HOUR SHRVICE  AFTER HOURS 885-2151  R El AIIL -- STORKS  Use^(these spaces to    ��^ ������  reach nearly J Q^OO,'people  ,     ^ 1 S JiARDVy^RR  APPLIANCES-HARDWARE  .    HOMEFURNISHINGS  THE TOGGERY.  * 'Ladles',and Children's Wear  i i  Open ��lx daya t. weeK  Phone���885-2063  Cowrlo Street, Sochelt  Pender Harbour - 883-2513  -HARDOUR SUPPLIES  Electrical; -  Plumbing, - Appliancos  TVs - Furniture and Carpets  P.O, Box 158 Madeira Park, Hwy 101  rS"wQt,>Franc��S'*Penin&iilQ  "p'i ���    -  LEN WRAY'S TRANSFER  Household Moving, Packing, Storage ���-   -  Packing Materials For Sale.  Member of Allied Van Llne%  Canada's No, 1 Movera  Phone 886-2664, R.R. 1, Gibsons, B.C  SUNSHINE TRANSPORT  WAREHOUSES  Gibsons 886-2172  DAILY SERVICE FROM VANCOUVER  SERVING THE SECHELT PENINSULA  ���"fwmltMro-to-ahpyhcre-ln-Ganadar  General Frolaht. Low-bod and heavy hauling  .T.XrVandURADIO*... ���,   T.V. ANTENNAS  SALESrSERVICE��ANP.INSTALLATION.  All Work Guaranteed  COASTLINE SERVICES  Phono 885-2021  Box 798  Socholt! B.C.  ..,!�����  SUNSHINE COAST T.Y, SALES  6V SERYIGE LTP,  '" 'ADMIRAC ���: ��" ECECTROHOMB"  ' qnd "ZENITH   .DEALERS  Gordon Ojlyor   ���.,   Ed Nicholson  , ln,,TliQ:.HQart OL Downtown,.Socholt  00x799, Sochelt ,'  885-9816  ���     CLOSED ON'MbNPAYS  mm  XYPEWRITER^REeAlRS-  TYPEWRITER REPAIRS 8. SERVICE  Agent for. Hormos Typowrltors  PHONE, 886-2728  "������m-'i.*'?��(*��� J  P"^"*"���^^"y.t*?ll'*'lM��i'  W^iWW^^^iwwi>ijW^iiwwwp#  UPHOLSTERY  ���T",  BELAJR CUSTOM UPHOLSTERY  ���   '"and prairies' :���*:< "'"2*  ReuphoUterlng - Reityllrfti : Complet;o ^wnff)*.  > Service - Samplet shown Irt (he homo,  "' '  Phono 886-2050 after 6 p.m.  l~fm*~mm~**mm*mym.pt~ 896"9t#7 01  W4^,44,L44W.,44,...,.4.44lil^,.WW^l,��W��*i.4*yWW��44*W��fa4^*��rfM^A4W^^^4WH!WM,,^  ,��ff  ^  M'l  ,yi _&&&__  ~3��W- -   --.r;.-Jty.^i,,.    .;.,.%���..  **B_. K-J y, Penfasplq Times, Wednesday, Morgfr l,,!???    p ^, ;gqTATP ,Cnnt) REAL ESTATE  (Continued)    PERSONAL  i,nnnntuwftQgvuu__r_n_*tv^  WANTED TP_ BUY  ���    _���^e^e1t--"Phone^85^9654  Classified  AD-BRIEFS  ROBERTS CREEK: L. ac. with  -WA^EftFRONT-  str-ea'wi," nicely^ wdoded7~15rjutrr-  slope.  Terms  oh  $5,000.  Published Wednesdays by  Powell River News Town Crier  Sechelt Times Ltdv  at Sechelt, B.C.  Established 1963  REAL ESTATE  Member, Audit Bureaa  ot Circulations  Sept. 30,  1971  Gross Circulation 2$15  Paid Circulation 2478.  __As_liJed._)8uth. the Audit Bureau  of Circulation, subject to audit.  Classified Advertising Rate*:  3-Line Ad-Briefs (12 words)  One   Insertion   _ _ $1.00  Three Insertions   $2.00  Extra lines (4 words)  4.20c  (This rate does not apply to  commercial Ad-Briefs)  Box Numbers     I Oc extra  50c Book-k��eftfng charge is added  for Acrtriets not paid by  publication date.  Legal   or   Reader   advertising   35c  per^ount line.  Deaths, Card of Thanks, In Mem-  uriam, Marriage and Engagement  notices are $3.25 (up to 14 lines)  "and 20c per 'liritfaf'er that; 4  words per line.  Birth, Notices, Coming Events toke  regular classified rates.  Subscription Rates���  By   Mail:  _u$6:00-yT-"  Local Area  ;���  Outside Local Area  U.S.A.   _ T_  CHARLES ENGLISH LTD.  Real Estate & Insurance    \  Notary    Public _._&   Appraisals  SUNNYCREST   SHOPPING  CENTRE   ��� J  Gibsons,  B.C.  LAND IS YOUR BEST     -  INVESTMENT  MONEY IN THE BANK: is  not-asvgood as owning these  two duplexes���two, -2 bedroom  units > vvith carports, fireplace,  utility rooms, and two, 1 bedroom units, all. electric heat  on beautiful spacious landscaped grounds, with a view of  the Harbour. For appointment  to view and details call  /^86-2481  WATERFRONT: and a breath  "taking view of Howe Sound  are youis from this 3 bdrm  ���hflme on Georgia Bluff. Featuring, complete wall. F.P. en-  suite plumbing," bedroom sun  "deck, court yard with over  3000 sq. ft. of black top aud  ma:iy oiher extras. FP $48,500  on   terms.  To   view- call   886-2481  -4���bethtjwn-  GOWER POINT area: Charm-  ing^ little doll's house for  those who want to-live by the  sea. 2 bdrms., living room with  fireplace, dinjng room, all  electric kitchen. Part /bsmt.,  A-oil heat. Matching garage.  Quaint private garden. The  price   is   right���enquire   now!  GIBSONS:    Partially    cleared...  lot well situated near schools,  and  shops. Only $3,500.   -  Semi-Waterfront  family   home,,  j'ust steps to park and .gotrd-  and   REVENUE  NA��COHOJ-.lCS  Anorrymoufi -^r-  -^M^fi^"s-^^07:paH^:3*h��-r!  "ll^s^~Wrls&i^-Gi"eek-JI'Qmrniin.r  ity   Hall.   Ph,   885-93277 886-,  2343  4979-tfn  FjBREG 1,A.SS-Canogj. 10 quart  preasure cooker, steel wirTcrT  jars   ~  BOATS & ENGINES  5 H.P. Seagull outboard motor  __$440r-PhJ8^^ML__Mi9-15.  AUTOS & TRUCKS TCont.)  JIS63 WILLIS Jeep, g&d shape,  excellent tires, ggob* running     *7.  i  Ph. 886-2580. v  83%3-T7-  Open 2-4:30 Sat., March 1 1  _       i_\  At lovely Selma Park, V. mile  north of Royal Canadian Legion and S. P. Store, only minutes from Sechelt. See vour  signs on High'y No. ,101 and  view the Doll House rental  witn a panoramic view, then  inspect the..._ spotless... "Fable ���  Collage" at the water's edge.  Priced right (on lease land)..  Mrs. Fletcher in attendance "or  for .  preview     please     'phone 7  WISH   to  contact  Latter  Day  Saints members. Phone 885-  2175 or  886-2546. fiZ66-tfn  PETS  TOY    Poodles N: puppies,-'two  white, two blacks, 9 weeks.  I'll. .885:9797. 8297-15.  FOUND  beach. 4 bdrms. spacious living  dining room.. Stone fireplace,  corridor kitchen, large finished family or rec. room, double  -plumbing. Garage. Complete  privacy in rear courtyard,  ��� lovety view. Black top drive.  The easy terms and low pri  will surprise you. Try us an  see.  Side by side duplex on fine  level view lot. Each unit  has 1 bdrm., kitchen, comb,  living - dining room, bath.  Short walk-to shops etc. Terms  on   $19,000.  K. BUTLER REALTY  LTP.  ALL   TYPES   INSURANCE  Gibsons,  B.C.  Phone  886-2000  MEMBER  886-7512 or 683-8411.  o  BELL IRVING REALTY  ".*  md.     -____  - 1191) West  Pender  4iOY7S_  jsoitch,   found,-   near  power  line,  SecheW; approx-  weeks  ago.  Call   885,-9975.  ;    8359-15  T^roHTWEtGHJT--dTO^-^  one man can. carry. Ph. 885-  9765. ' $366-15'  LOG   barge   or  scow  with   or  without power. Ph. 886-7277.  ...'_. 8334-17  FOR RENT  "FOR rent in-Gibsons furnished  suite, light and heat included., Sunahle   for   clean   sirigle  working   gentleman.   Ph.   886-  7267.     ' 8013-1'5  FOR salp 23 Y2  ft. boat frame  ~afaonpSnsrPKo-He- 8��5-98f8v-  8344-15  ^^moiC~$8807-P4^-^6-m7^  .     v    ���      ,      '���       * 8007-15    I.  ��� i-  683-8411  8367-15  -Overseas  -$rflO-yrr  _.$9.00 yr.  .$10.00   yr.  Special Citizens,  Aoeo'-Areo   _*  Canada      6y Carrier :   ���_$3.50  __ $4.00  _60c mo.  Copyright   and/or   property   rights     $11nn0  Jni^  ir-ACRES:   and   a  hohrg-fTrrife ��� frbm���shop-pktg-  and schools, grounds partly  cleared with fruit trees, extra  large kitchen with range and  oven built in and" a family  room - Qt.ti.ched. See this one  for  a  family   at  $25,000  with  ���IttJfcTfPbE���fciiS'HNeh  ALMOST Va acre of good  buildi/if* lot on paved road  with polf^nffial sea view. Hydro, phonp and possible well  site. A? king $3900, cash. Ph.  885-9654. 8362-tfn  CANADA PERMANENT  TRUST    *  Sunshine     Coast / Waterfront  and]j_ Recreation  Properties  To Buy. or Sell  your ���CoU-age,-  Lol    or    Acreage,   Contact    A  Specialist.  Don Tait  Pender    Harbour   883-2284   or  44J-I1, Mam St.. Vancouver. B.C.  WORK WANTED  FRESHEN up for Spring���Mr.  Tom Grace of Grace ^Signs  (Vane.).wilhbe working in trie  Sechelt area, starting' Monday,  March 13th,' 1972.. Contact- by  phone 261-5717, V write to  1921. W. 45th Ave,, Vancouver  13, B.C. Get your -order in  early   for  Sign  Painting.^,  ,8277-15  ELECTRICIAN just arrived in  Gibsons,     requires    employment.   Consider  anything.  Ph.  ��ft(t-2ti60         t 8355-15-  ARBORITE or Formica counter- tops. Professionally applied and guaranteed. Will  hriivn colour samples io you.  Bill- 883-2406. 7936-tfn  HALL for rent" ���Wilson Creek  Community     Hall-.     Contact  -Mrs. Diane Anderson 885-2385.  7815-tfn  16'  BOAT with  55. h.p. Eviq.-X  rude   and   extras.   Must   be  ' seen,   very  reasonable.   Phone  886-7219. 8009-17 4  32 FT. GUltietter with or with-  -. out���A- licence.. JGktod ._condi^  tion. Ph. 883-2336.        8350-tfn  CARS & TRACKS  1955    G.M.C.    pick-up, ��� Good  condition. 883-2339.        8364-17.  1960-EORD-paxLel-in-good condition.  Asking   $375.   No.   3  -Duplex,' Sunshine. C'ffSSt'Trailer Park or Phone 886-2310.  t ^���^ W4e^fn-  IMF  2 door hardtop  CUNNINGHAMS .  88*5-9927        '  .  8336-15  COTTAGE at Tillicum Bay for  rent,   $60   month,   Ph.   885-  2100.. 8361-15  SELMA    Park   Hall.   $5   per  ' meeting.   Ph.  885-9437.  7343-tfn  COTTAGE for rent, winter  rates until J-une. At Halfmoon   Bay.   Ph.   885-9534.  8347-17  WANTED TO RENT  WANTED to rent or lease,  5 - 10 acres with 2 acres  cleared, small house. For  grazing horses and garden.  To Sepi. Good tenents with re-  ferenccc., Box   8357   c/d   Box  1970 VALIANT 4 door sedar^ I960, AUSTIN   Healey   Sprite,  V-8    automatic,    radio    and * dual  carbs,   headers,  ported  stereo   tapje-deck.   Good   tires, and polished head, new valves,  top  condition.  Ph.   885-9978. radio, snow tires, $250. Phone  N                                         8343-17 885-9530. -                         8365-15  -SEft��*e&-  .BZ&J-Ul  8016-15  8353-tfn  WANTED     small     waterfront  secluded  home^on the Peninsula   or   Powell   River   area  for   semi-retired     couple.   No  -subsists���i  sploy  advertising  dealers  or agents,  riave "casbr  SECLUDED but accessible by  good  lane,  160  acres   beautiful     well     elevated     undeveloped  property,o year  round  -greek, some ocean view, near  COAST CONTRACTING  O"  Building - AH types.  Roofing  -  Duaroid  shingles* -  shakes - aluminum.  Painting -��Int., Ext. - Res.  &'  Commercial  310  Peninsula Times,  Secnert."  ~ : ~ ���835?=15~  GARAGE    wanted   in    Snod-  grass Road fcrea. Phone 8.85-  ^ ^ "8335=15  PENDER HARBOUR and EGMONT  APPRROX. 450 FT. WATERFRONT  2837.  ^^L^Sl^pp^Ht^ m^WPm^^en Lino foi  iheT^W^Hepgrf^^  this edition ot the Sechelt Penin  sula Times. Permission to reproduce wholly or in part and in  any form whatsoever, particularly  by a photographic or offset process  in a publication, must be obtained  in writing from the publisher. Any  unauthorized reproduction will be  subject     to     recourse     in     law.  'Mn the event of a typographical  error advertising goods or services,  at a wrong price, gopds or services  BEAUTY     PARLOR:     Here's  your chance to go into business   w.lh   very   little   investment.  Call in  for details.  GIBSONS VILLAGE: On a  large 75 ft. lot, a near new  2 bdrm. home with full basement and finished rec room.  All hardwood--floors-,���fireplace-  feature walls make this home  to   Mrs.  Hammond,   1523-West  3rd Ave. Vancouver 9, B.C,,  7 ' 8295-17  SPECIAL  A large and lovely building  lot in Pender Harbour. Close  to Gov't dock and free moor-  -age- It's - serviced���and_a very  good  buy  at  $7,300.  accept  some  ten  Peninsula Times,  Sechelt.  tc~r:~T5asMi���rrts----r-si��re-  2 BEDR003%home in. or near  "'Sechelt wahtedrPhr-885-9I52_  walks - sea & retaining wattsr-  Floor   covering   -   insulation.  -8iJ33=-r7-  CHOICE  Phone 886-7320  JtOOM AND BOARD  JOAI  8276-16  BUSINESS  machine  repair  &  service.   Phone  886-2728.  7993-tfn  ROOM and board and care  . ��� avail.../f6r senior citizens at  We^t- 'Haven Rest'Home at  Powell Riiver, 7190 Huntingdon or Phone 485-4518.  8341-17  In Pender Harbour on 8 acres. 3 BR well'finished waterfront home  with basement.'Plus duplex with 2 one BR fully furnished electric  heated units. This would make an excellent site for a motel,  marina jar possibleusubdhrision _Pienty of room here to add several  -*����*==^CT?^OTrrt^ with terms-  7    7  aOO_FJLiLL_PRJCE  Near Madeira   Park���4_BR' home  on   large  view   lot.   Has  oil  furnace, balcony oft 2 sides. Immediateisossessionr"^-'-^^-  APPROX.   152 FT. WATERFRONT���EGMONT  Beside Govt,  wharf.   Property  in  2  lots, but  owner says sell  together for $26,500 with $13,000 down.  ISSTnotHbesda" arid the difference     slaTia    Otlt���n'  stana���crrt'^ti'onv  o-  $26,300.Bank   Mtge.  886-2481  thef  -FrPr  J/4LU\GE_QE_S��CHEL31  HELP WANTED  -MOBiLlL-HOMES-  FRANCIS PENINSULA  2 side by side view lots of approx.  1% acres each.70nly a few  hundred ft. from Marina. Each priced at $10,000���Terms.  ^  charged to the newspd^er. Advertising is merely an offer to sell,  and may be withdrawn at any  time."���(Supreme Court decision).  Advertising is accepted on the  condition that, in the event orf  typographical error, - thqj portion  of the advertising space occupied  by the e'Froneous~Tte'frr, together  with reasonable allowance for sig-  poturc, will not be charged for,  Kit the balance of tho advertisa-  ���ment���will-be���paid���tor���at���the-ap=-  piiiublc rate.  A composition charge is made for  advertising accepted and put Into  "ST  available.  WATERFRONT  Roberts. Creek���68 ft. of  level teach, 2 two bdrm.  houses on 1 one rented per-  manently. the other for yourself, nice long wooded lot. F.P.  $37,500.  MARINE     DRIVE:  _Hopk'ins  Xanding. A^welTThaihtaitlecl  PENDER HABOUR WATER-  Front- Here's an ideal lot  right in the harbour. It's serviced, has level access to  beach, and is reasonable priced  -lat $12,000 00...  PENDER HARBOUR HORtES  ���Two-i-eaUy-gnod' buys.! A_..2-_  bedroom very attractive ranch  type   ir   a   lovely   setting   for  $14,900.00.   _AbfD ,_    20 view acres. Undeveloped.  $32,000, will sell in 5 acre  lots. 8li|p654 or write Box  ISrTO,* Secret.  -    8346-tfn  PERSON   required To   act.  as  dog-catcher   for   the   village  of   Gibsons.   For   information  (jail  886-2543. 8351-17  WANTED  production, but" cancel led before  publication. Change'from original  copy when proof is submitted to  customer is also chargeable at an  hourly rate for the additional  work,  view windows in 13 x 18 living  home with  interesting feature  i'ooffli���bright���kitchen���witrb-  BIRTHS  GIBSONS ANP SECHELT  WESTERN  DRUGS  .   .   .   is   pleased   to  sponsor  this  1 Birth   Announcement  spaco,   and  extends Best Wishes to tho happy  parents.  BEEMAN���Bud and Rhonda  Buomnn are proud to ' announce lho birth or their  diu-f-htcr Mich/ello Laurccn, 6  4-��rj|ll.��.3,���i,rrn(,��st,r-Mary,a"Hospl-'"'  till, Fobnmry 27. Proud Kniiul-  pareiils iiro, Mr, nnd Mrs, Kon  WnlHoii' of Gibsons nnd Mr.  ami Min. Clil'f Buuiniiii, Rob-  ei'ls Creek. IIII'lO-lD  r'' ii    ��� ��� ii        .ii. ..I.III.IL ..i  ANNOUNCEMENTS  'TIII)]- fiii'tlu'omlng - mui'i'lui-o  belwt'i .i llrlUmi Cullior, only  nun uf Mr, uml  Mrn,  111, 1),  II,  Yuri-no, (il70:(^pi,c)!CSl^I^iUl-':  I'uuviii',  uml  I'll loon   Mli/.iibolh,  ���y��)unf-(wi--ilmiKhioi' of Mm: unci  -itm  pi'ONH",  KnooU^rouiioy, C'oroy,  Co. Wuxford, Irolnnd, will  tnko |)lni'(> April I, 11)72 nl 12  niiiiii nl. luuh.... I'iii'IhIi Clmiiil)  Co,   Woxloril,   li'oluml,  lll)il(i-ll)  plenty of cupboards, modern  bathroom,- two good sized  bedrooms (and one more in  basement) utility area. A-0  heat and EHW. Lot attractivc-  -ly���terraced to-provide_amplc..  parking at front. Close to  .store, beach and mooring  $20,000.  I7P.  886-2481  .-���LiANGUAIiE"Lots;- -Look these  over, all good .size, nice view,  Build your dream homo here,  nico   new  homes   all 'around.  Prices trum $3500 to _ $5000.  080-2481  GIBSONS VILLAGE;> Scholld ;  ��~Ro��cl.���AUr-0,Ti*-hou'se.on vail? x 450 ft.  lot, this is Good  holding   proporty,   Good   ton-  an!'"In nrw Only $12,000 wllh  $0,000   down   balanoo   at   tl'X.  ��80-2'lUl  HOUHIfl ON  ACHKAOJC:   pni-  ..,    I'orly cxtontlH from highway  ,. to.. LowDiv "Roiul,, qlpvon i ucrod,  In all, Uiiduloc'l i'l.i'iio' luHlmbih  huiiw.', will) biiHonuinl and huii-  .-deck b\\\ P 1,500 with $10,000  "down, ������ "  ���...'������ r' iiiio-a-uu  A completely remodelled post  and  beam  home with 4  bed-  robnis. 'lTils'oh'" lOokij out ovot-  Malaspina   Strait  a'nd  can  be  had for $14,700.00.  Many o'her homes and waterfront properties available.  CARD OF THANKS  I   WOULD' like   to   thank  the  ���DGe4oFfcT-Nui^es-^iid^aiJ--wliu  made my stay in  the hospital  so   pleasant;   also   my   friends  _a.nd neighbours for their gilts,  SALAL WANTED- -  If you are browned off,  try me.  24 "x 60 - -1440 sq. ft. of gracious living. 2 bedrooms, 2  baths, large family room, large  closets and cupboards. Built in  China .Cabinet. Furnish. to  your own personal tastes. This  is the best basic unit on the  Peninsula. ~We^ay.e__��aM^ihe  double ferry charges. Put this  fine homp on your own foundation and be eligible for Home  "Owners- Grant-.�����ur���lowest  157 ACRES WITH TIMBER  D.L. 3678, with a considerable amount of merchantable timber,  has approx. 550 ft. of waterfront on Mixall Lake, road & creek  through property and an old house which could be rebuilt. Full  price $50,009 with $25,00.0 down.  '    A    . RUBY LAKE MOTEL  10 Motel units (all electric)���-'8 with cooking facilities, office'with  "living qua rterrs^orTTianager^Ovei:~-4���acreSr-appixuc^SriQ._iL__9_n  small lake,   approx.   200   ft.   on   Ruby   Lake   with   floats   and  launching ramp. Full price $85,000 with $25,000 down.  A  JOCK HERMON - 883-2745  CHARLES ENGLISH LTD.  GIBSONS  ,.,...���        .,    ,   8358-15  cards and visits,���Olive Porte.  8354-15  A SINCERE thank you to all  my friends for their prayers,  cards ar.cl flowers during my  stay in hospita'iTTUso thlu'ilc  you to Dr. Inglis, Dr. Pakoe  and the nursing staff of St.  Mar-y's^Hospital.  '�����       ���Edith Kennelt  8004-15  NAIDA WILSON price,   $15,500   cash.   May   be  885-9746 financed.  No agents. Ph.  88^  ~���-~-,_-^Z563^^ 8280-tfn   >r"^sS*"ft:>  REAL ESTATE  Box 769  SECHELT, B.C.  "885-2241-������  Soo us at our Oflico across from tho Socholt Bus Depot  Lot im t;oll your proporly, wo  gut ruruillH, our hiiIoh oxoood-  uij ui^o iiill|lon dollm'H Ut\ 11)71,  Junk  While; 1111(1-.'.Dltr,  Kon Croi-by      11110-201)11  PRIME FARM LAND '    '  2 o��collont parcob ol farm land, City walor, pavatl road,*5 acroi.  with fruit troas, moMly cloarod, $10,500, Call Slan Andorbon   :.7.l a85-2385,or, Jack Andorhon, 885:2053.    ,  "lOoc'roii wllh 42x7-2 comonl blocK'bulldinn. Land mostly clocirod.  I:,P. $22,000. Call Slan Anderson, 885-2385 or Jack Andorwjn,  885-2053,  ,JV1H,   injil   fVll'H,   Jul   Wli'ini   nl'  ...... J.'rJiK'i)    Uuui'itu, I1.C,    aro  ���(UH)--|iliMii|()iL.4A��~.HiinoiiiH,ttr"ir)(i  (MilSiil'nincnl 'ill' 'tliolr (laiii-liloi'  Irtuvlo Mr, Harry tfylunil., nun  ol' Mr, and Miu WUivon ^.yUtr-  11k nl' Mdinuiitiin, Wiuldlnn will  Im mi I'.dmonliin April |, ID715,  lay  VIhhi*"'  wm-yw.  1101 [J-111,  WATWIWIIONT���propiM-ly wan-  toil, Approx, IMHHUMWlth ao-  I'undliUi bunch, Kcply L, IMilu/  1111111, 'I'lll'l Itiinklii V\wv, N,  Vmu'onvor. 82112-111  GIBSONS - PRATT ROAD  "1Nvcr^crQ5���atl~-GleaTrjdrTOT^  lioilroornb,   comonl   loundatlon,   220   w|rino,   pqyod   road   and  town walor supply, Out bulldlngf.';for livestock,,F,P', $,16,250,00,  ���    Call Slan Andorhon, 885-2385 or Jack Andarton, 885-2053.   ' "DAVIS'BAY - 'f-'i -  Vluw   homat,llo  72'��I50'   lot   on Arbutus St,   Pavud   road  and  .niiinlcli*al4��Wfllar,4Xw.o,Jalpc^  Good' accuM-,   F.P.   M.VOO.OO.  Call  Stan T^ntldrbon,' 085^305  or Jack Andorhon, 885-2053,   -,��-~-���-,,.-,........���,.,���..  1  '��� 'iimni, ...'^f.��..,..���.���. .,���...    .������,����� ,.,  WATERFRONT PROPERTIES  , : REin|PE:R H'AEBOgB -,.,,    .  acres wiWn 600' off prime vidw'waterfront. Has road  *    '      and water along top of property.  PORPOISE BAY  Over 1 Vi A. of flat, lightly treed, prime property with  easy access to the 170' of waterfront. Low D.P. will  *>.      :    GIBSONS- RURAL     4        >       -���  6 acres of Panoramic view proporty with a very attrac-  Vlvo 3 bod, homo with full basement, Only 3 yrs, old.  Make us an ofier.  ,  ���/MOBILE HOME;SITES���  Several lots available.  3 BEDROOM SPLIT LEVEL  with sauna, bath. OriTHigirW^^^  4 acres with approx. 150 ft. waterfront.' Full Price $35,000 ,with  ���'.>;���'������   / "$ .12,000 down.  ��� 7     ���;   -    WATERFRONT LOTS  -C5fq,.9='75S="$l"5;500.'..:  Ruby:takc���103'���$! 4,000.-  MADEIRA PARK'  2 DR homo bii'"large view lot,"fronting- oiiHwy7101; at a very  reasonable pi*ico. Please Rhone for further details.  "WILSON. "CREEK.  Hero is a now liomo that, you can mova into for only -  $8,900 full prlco, This Is an ideal rotlromont hc>mo  :anci~wo havo-nol' seoh7oh^K"b^QSt:<aClh  ������ ,   Act, now,   ������������ - * SECHELT VILLAGE- ������ -��� ���  Two ballroom!.;' 630 Kq, f t,' W/W cqrpots,* now plbrjr ond hot wot or  hoot, Coltarjo lb vory woll liiMilolod, Only ��l��,ipi. lo nloro and PuM  Olllco. Idonl rotlromont homo, no Maps. Ilroploco, I',P.  % 10,1)00,00, Call Stan Andorfion, 88u-23U!i  ,    '     7   or Jack AiidoruoiY,"885-2053,    7 7,REDROOFFS ROAD  Oyoi   lM  o.t.   lot   In now  hubdlYlMon,   Uooullliilly  woui|��i|  <im  vory   prlvota,   Good   bench   ocedss,   R-ll   zoning,   Trollers  .......olluwod. P.P. $.1,S00',00, Coll Stnn.Aiiflfl,rennrnna.23B5  * * p|"JflcKJ-Arid��ntortr005��Z053r    nro  ,.,....,..,,,.,,���,, ....,ROBERTS CREEK .;..,..:,..,..  Level lot; sl'zq tdO- Acrqs, Parllally cloarod, Road  frontage on Beach Avbriuo, Is 160 ft. Water, Hydro &  Tolbphono available,- F;P;   . 12/300. TormS' may bo  arranged.. ���  MfM^^WW^tl^f^TnJiiw^^l'n  SOA'MES POINT  ,Oh''''Mailno'"Ri;.lvef"a,,Throo-p.RrhomQi Interior |usf  roclacoralod, f'5piondlcl3(ow7!:imi^  Close to an axcollant boach pndLqngdalOvRorry. A/O  heat, A/E hot waforr'220 wiring. F.P. $15,b00. Owner  will conslclor offers,  WATER FRONT LOTS   ,.��,.,.,,.���., .,,:.,���.,.,  '���"WrTfnvalirriiKaoi^  *" biinshlncCo(7MrC'AhL*US-NOW��|'��r*|h9l-Rocrocit|iMvtJi^  u'l, Un oi Siummd Van r^iim'iul,'/'BB!i.S2>t I ur I1UI3-9683,  ���      MARINA:SITE"      ��� ���   ' ������ '  Earl Cove���marina, motel or subdivision site ad|olnlng ferry  terminal. Approx. 51 acres with approx. 850 ft, waterfront;  1,300 (t.oh Hwy. IO)..Full price $75,000 with $30,000 dq,wn.  IRVINE'S LANDING  3 PR furnished  homo on  largo  vlow  lot. approved  for  3   lot  ....^....^........���..^u'bdlylslon.i^B/OPigiu^^  APPROX. 275 FT. WATERFRONT  '���"���* Gordon Day-���ovor Oho 'aero.' Deep, slioltprcd maorarja, Full prlco  $26,000, with $13,000 down.  LAGOON ROAD  4 vory good building lots. Easy walking distance to school and  . Moron at Madeira Park, Watch forfour signs or) thosa lots   ,    ,    ,,',.$6,000 oacli,,with only,$l,000;do^n77^^  43 ACRES FARM TYPE LAND  . A|>|iiox,,S00-fI. .waterfront on.tidal,flats.Oldor^log.homo, .Fairly   now-cloublo 4iarago,1'-Fruit troosf,~��Full-'-prlcow4';l0j000   wllh  ' P $20,000 down.  f  1^  "'5"  ACRES"  1    .  '> ,7 ,  Fi^FsT^^  ,.,    "Guorala.Slrall, Vluw'.Homy", Sulmd, Park ,      ,  Appro��.,2400 m), fl.. on 2 flguis/ . btlinih, ,2 balhrms 2 lli��>^  ploi"oft, W.W. corpollng, loigo roc. room, AI1.0 24x30 autlnillding,  (  *c;l��or Tltlo; only $|0,500,dnj 'Ponk llnnnqlpo ovdlli To Ylow  "        ' '    ���' \ Phon'fl 0B5-963O.       .7',      '",:���.,.   : ���  clrornd with' nico 400'sq,  It,  dwolllnn on II  for only  -,$lO,000,OO^iC^luL!'uaoiinoor.Uo���Vaiv.l^moiid,���m^_wra..  ���     885-2241 01 885-9683.  FANTASTIC VIEW! SOUTHERN  EXPOSURE  KLDKOOFPS UOAKD  Lovoly modouiM hodioom |iomo, W/W Uing anpul, dihliwuhlior,  lnillt-in itiovp, bowlnq room, workuhoii, douhlo carport, Morngo  flaloro, Only -.horlwalk to Rodrooll boach,. tonnlR court, Morn,  poM offlcoAII Ihln.fdr only '$27,900, Soo Ihla NOWi Siaanno-.  ....... Van Egmond, 885-2241.   .    .,���  ... . ,;r,,������ G, usONS-VI LLAGE -���- ���   Noqrly'ono acre df vory desirable property, located In  Pay arqa, Land has booh cloarod and cultivated, and,  Is level. Sower Una nov/ bolng laid, Excellent doyolop-  TmehFiHoBlar  . ,,,/. ..7.7; 7'.:...,7,.af.ai^%.7.4...,  ���.,..,,...,,,-. .���.,.��.,., .,,.,,,.4.. ���...,.���r,..r .'.". .,' , ;,.... ,7,.-7.i..:,.4,-,,..,,,,.,.. :..,..'  ���~- ���^.-.��-qhj50N3-VILLAGE-- r4*   -Url'jihrri^wlV'dc?orqiocl-2^  luculccl, Good vlow. Two btrobt access, well llnislicol  -f|rc|Mqco,-|-locVrhcatr|jallp,  Ornainonlal  lioos and  ..hrub-i. A woll situated rotlromont homo, F.P. !|�� 1^,301]  with $S,000 dc*wiV,*Offors cons,lclorod,  JU  "71  rOTvTKlTd'lCvTOCOUVtlCR  .'    NOTARY PgpLIC '  '",     t   ''LISTINGS'WANTED.     .'....     '  *   ",'vincQ Prowo|w886��9359 ;       .  "    .V  Wfllly PQtor8on-^886v2Q77���-,;,"    ������/���.���'  ' Ron"McSavonv^-8'86.9656 '. ' 7'  I ' .   .'  1 . _1   IRVINE'S LANDING  2 librrio��^*onti 3 BR^onb ,2 BR--on vory largo vlow lot approved   >  tor H lo| subdivision, FmII prlco $36,000 with terms,  APPROXIMATELris ACRES-rPENDER HARBOUR ���  .On Hwy. 101, fronting on 3 sides of p,H. Secondary School, Approx,  10 acres parllally cfoafod and In grass, Would maka" oxcbllont  nali(|lvision^rmohllO'homo*parkrFull*prlco*$32jOOO*vr"lth*$1^  down.  ,.,        '   .EARL COVE \  ' A low lulu Mill uyulluhla on this 3~0'"lot'uTulJcJIvluIuii;" Prlc'oU"frorn m;  1    $4,500.    -' ' '   ;  MADEIRA PARK ,  Cliulca ylow Iota on 64 lot, subdivision, Prlcou fiom $4,000 to   -.���--.���. $8,000,,Sbmo cloarod roady 1or, building, ,^�����,.4������1���. ^,^  �� ..;, 1    GARDEN BAY .'\     ���      '  310 ft, wntoi Irani, oyor 3 acroa on 2 nopArato parcols, Voiy  Inrna homo-~6 (could ha 10) 'bodrooma���on oxcollont atari for  " 0 flbhlng lodge and rosortrGoodbooch;, lots of floats, $70,000 --  full price,.good torma. Or.housa.con bojjurchatipd..Willi 100 ft.  ���     ,     .      watorfrdnt |ot for $42,000.,, "',,.;'  '-t*^**fh��^*    V>V   V4  ���'��� PEKPER-HARBdUR '.  I A.. ..��  .NflWi2U)cdioomi064*sq.Jl.jTiodoL,ho,m  llioplaco, wall to woll uhouioorpotn llirpughoyt, On choica boinl'  vyriiorliorit lot ovorlooklng Ponder Hntbour, and cloun to utoiq and  nAiina, Full prlco $26,900 with $^000 down.. , ���    ,  :.f  \\  _Mtiny olhor vlow and watarfrorit lots Ih lho PdndorllarhOUi' aroa,  ���'���'''^,SfflB^''^,,--7;^^   "���"���'���';--; i'*.;7"-':"-7--">;."7,'},^,;v jgpJiJIJIhiisi.'" ''���"''O:^"-'"-;'-/-!:--;'-.;-'..''".-rl,0/'"       ":","!7"h:.'."^ '".v-7-'  ...  Jmm>9mmk   ������ __ ; .7  ^_  .....7 ^   :-'-,,-". :j;7 mUr^*Wr  ' Hg 777-:''7; ������� 7' ���' ^^^^[-'7' ^ra ua'.-'u I  ;Q:illIlSlA8|E^|  REALTY LTD.  , Madeira Park; 'B.C,   ''  ;;;Phbhp'! Foridor ^ H^UCBO^a^Jc^^jr;..;  ,  '.''.���        .   ','  ',  I   ���' '    I .''  M'i'i  i*(4��S��*IW��*|��^^  ^^���^^i^^^r  wwtjMWitMyWMf >wtMwwfriw>' a***, yia_ unuf*.  i��^M��mij����ait��WStt��  f**tH*J��>"����*��v��r�� f tm  i.*#>fW-*WVM#***  &*&M&_r.*ii< *ntt*��*_._.*_.,  IM; |'M    'i'  a ��� 11  ,-  1  r'n��  r-trr  jit_ifm,ii.k ^WB^t^twwifcwiilliMirtBa^lBwmHB���i^m'nii  '' '.      I ' f  1.-14 .I./-!..  ( ' III.,    '  _ ,      *   I  '  WW*��.hvmr*imtoiS- if _H*t*&_<l_ir#*tib\fr_tto&t*fre  N*��*W��>WWW#ll��f*��l 1  ( '   1 '  ' 9 '  <^W<Mw^rt��w����i��i'to��ii  1      v,  1  -,. 1V  '    -rf.'; ���;"->'  t !���      "  ,      1  ������7Vi,,-.i,.',%  '(i'*i';"',.'.'.Vini<"A"~",,i s/>  I" ,  ���v\  -y-  AUTOS & TRUCKS (Cont)    FOR SALE (Continued)  1955   G.M.��.   pick-up,   $225: or  b^sf offer.   Ph.   883-2336..     *  ���TOTOTfrT  PLACF your \ order now for  ��� April 1 delivery. Honeybees  package   or  iNucleus,  191.9   FORD   Xr,.   stpr'pn   tape-  886-2762.  Queens  8010-17  FOR SALE (Continued)  SACRIFICE    12'   x   64*. near  x   new \ 3-bedroom     1971   mo-  -bile  homer-Cattatl-ian  built by-  Cambridge'  Mfg.   New   ���West-sv  FOR SALE (Continued)  ELECTROLUX  .... .  . ' -. \ ,       -1*"  "    Boij~WalTKam  built . in,  small���car.,  sell   or   trade  -Ph^-aRti-flsoa.  "for  -MAR INF ACCESSORIES  E332-16  minster.    Will    gel]    furnished  ($10,200)   or   unfurnished   ($.87  -��0<*-)t���Rtrrniture- includes  color  -Phorre"K8>987  LIVESTOCK  WEANKi.   piys,   fi   weeks   Mel  . March   8,    Yorkshire   Lnnd-  raco  Cross.  One  Stallion   colt  2 years old, half Arabian, sire.  . One _ -Palomino    mare    ficVmfc  *Horr,e.   Ph.   H. ��� Jaeobson N 885-  9369. 8356-15  CHICKS���Paymaster R.-1. Red  ..Cross, white Leghorns, white  Rocks. Order early, send tor  -prices. Napier Hatchery 22470-.  64th -Ave.. R.R.. 7, Langl^',   V64U-lfn  B.C.   534-6268.  Paint���Fibreglass���Rope���  Canvas���Boat Hardware  Compressed  air service  NYGREN SALES"-,  O". (1971) LTD.,  Phope  886-9303,  Gibsons,  B.C.  CRIB �� and     mattress,     high  "    chair. roJ.lawaya.becl, wringe.r  washer and miscellaneous. All  ���re.asonr.ble.  Ph.  886-2877.  .. ���       8014-15  IF   IT'S   suits���it's   Morgans.  "88J5-9.?30, Sechelt, B.C.  J : 8893-tfn  TV. multiplex stereo, full  sitfed washer \and dryer, tiptoe orange carpet sin 1.R and  master BR. Located and RPt\y<p  in ihe Sunshine Coa'st Trailer  Park. Call D. J. Dyer, 886-7233*  anytime.  - 8012-15   : **   ��� .  8"   TABLE  saw  with   aM   h.p.  /,  motor stainless steel table*  \&p�� range, oval braided ru,g,  % men s suits, hardly worn  (small size). 3-light pole lamp,  23' Sangster craft boat with  Volvo J /0 motor (sell or trade  , for lot).      ' 8005; 15  ���UNUSED home-made Camper  tils   half-ton   pick-up.   Rea  sonahle.vPh.  885-2808.    85*74-15   1_ *��� ___  CHESTERFIELD    and    chair  $35.   I'h. 78,854.9552.      83JJS-15  LEGAL-NOTICES  FOR SALE  - WHiTE:bp.thtu.b7,-   toilet, - sink  ���.       cqmpfete with taps, in good  > condition,  $50,   1968   Plymouth  '4Fury    HI.   V-8,-   all-   powered.  "Every e.Xiia,  low Qjileage.  Ph..  886-7145. ' 8.338-15  1 ONLY jet pump and-at-  , .tachments, up to 100' lifting  capacity plus 600' of lW plastic -line Also ^ only 11,000  gal. wood reservoir tank, all  in'good ��� condition. 1 oil range  and carburator, cheap. See  Don Cruchshank foot of 5 hill  Gower  Point Rd. 8008-15  BLOCK BROS. REALTY LTD.  6550 E.  HASTINGS ST.,  BURNABY  GIBSONS '''".'  Loc. on the Bluff are 2  view lots.  Buy one for 3,850  Dn. Only  $2850  F.P. '       . ,  SECHELT INLET  OverM  ocs. -of  view  prdfrerty  real   nice  for  a   Homestead. 'Try  "your otterToh U>. Pymt. to i^SUU h:P.  ���" " ~~~~*���"~ : '  TTATJ  Take your choice of 2-6 acre parcels. Asking $12,000.  HEALTH. FOODS  GRANOLA Jb89c  Unprocessed Hdney lb 50c  Woodward's Old Fashioned  Peanut Butter 3 lb. for $1.60  GOOD FOOD STORE  Cowie Street - Sechelt  885-9063  8290-tfn  MAYTAG     wringer     washer,  good   condition,   $35.   Phone  886-7564 '  evenings     or     886-  9303 days. ... 8018-15  RUBBER   stamps   of   all  descriptions   may   be   obtained  at The Times. Phone 885-9654.  Quick service on all orders.  STOCK reducing sale���new  rr^��aHtS��" used sewmf  and tables. Sewing access. 40  ay~4(L���cQria.mfireia1    hlackhparrL  The Peninsula TJifies^         Page-w=^  Wednesday, Morgh 8, 1^72      ' ^ ��� -.  MOlE"A"BO;UT7r.  ^^echehrCpux^iLstudiBS^  ���from  page  A-l  EXCLUSIVE WATERFRONTAGE  275' W.F. in secluded bay with sandy beach & deep water mooN  age. A\excellent buy at $30,00Q. ���'������    .  ��  t IRfiFhrTPr^jfEPi^  Listings  of  Sunshine  Coast  properties -for CASH   BUYERS  from  Vnnrnnvpr   rg|| me Person to Person for Across the Notion rover-  age of your property. My sales volume exceeded   Yz  MilLLION  DOLLARS in 1971;  G. KNOWLES  298-0541  or 291-2881  with chalk tray and brush.  HoOver floor polisher. All reduced for quick sale. Phone  885-9740: 8360-15  Province���of British , Columbia  �� a    *  "Change of Name Act"  (Section 6)  "NOTICE   OF * APPLICATION  FOR CHANGE OF NAME  Notice-is hereby given fHaT  an application will be made  to ihe Director "of Vital "Statistics for a_ change of name,  pursuant to the provisions of  the "Change of. Name Act,"  by me:-Raymond Stuart Joe  of 1427 West 25th Avenue,  suite No. 3 in Vancouver 9,  B.C.  a;-, i'ollows:-  To change my -name from.  Raymoi d Stuart Joe to Raymond   Stuart   Dixon.  Dated this- 29th day of February,' A.D.   1972.  ^ 8352-pub./March  8,   1972.  Russians tqp  US. in steel*  THE Russians have achieved" a  -���-iang.=souglvt���i^dust'pia-l^goali.  Their mills outproduced Amer-  JU��a^_eatixe.���$teel indus-try last  year, -something no. other  country has ever done, says  the United Steelworkers of  Ameriea- (AFL-CIO).  The .production coup had  -J3Be^^rumored^ms;ggBse=M)Hae^=  -godown both sides of Stioal Avenue from  :grrWuv4*^he^erW)4^G'-t^wns-4ibt  ing���project, "Both the trees and everything involved will be purchased locally",  he added.This will be the first phage  of  Aid.   Gordon's   beautification   scheme.  REQUEST  . P>om a letter submitted by Mrs. Dorothy Grfene of- -Redrooffs,-it- was gathered \-tliat she sought a meeting with council at its next regular session. Clerk Ted  _Raynex said   he   thinks - it   is. in   regard  .._::.:._&,  to  the  recent  referendum.  M^iyor Lang agreed the letter was difficult to understand but suggested Mrs.  Greene be informed that -next council  meeting will- be March  15th.  -A3JMIX.  Mi.  and Mrs.  Nun Yildiz    ���photo by Peninsula5 Photographers  YihMz  Recreation Centre  K    ���from page  A-l  Service-Driver).  fr��e   log  hauling.  L & K  Lumber, Gibsons, Log Buyer,  provide free booming and sorting of logs.  MacMillan Bloedel  Ltd., Powell River,  free gravel.  Jacksons Chain Saw Centre, Sechelt,  free 7;aw rentals.  ���..-Mr* Y_ern. Maedel, Standard Oil Co. of_  B.C:  Ltd.,   Sechelt,   500   gallons   of   free  gasoline.  Mr.    Richard    Clayton,    Shop    Easy,'  wieners  and  food  items for  the walka-  thon. 1  Free Trucking for Gravel haul, Peter  (Trucking) Hempst.reet, Roberts Creek;  Ron Contracting, Sechelt (driver, Ken  Stewart);  L & K Swanson Ltd, Sechelt,  ,in-~Spen<��-  cer);  Slioal  Development,   Gibsons,   (dri-  yj?iS.J3jm-Afeam^  UNIVERSAL.   Religion   was   the   theme  chosen for. the. ceremony held recently  in  the  Fireside  Room, Canyon  Gardens,  :gney^��nd-  -4-UA.A rn.FV    e-EQAj^l���      liwamRnDf-Hie-Btunip  in   tire'    M���ri Yil(iiz exchanged marriage v6wTm  Member of the Multiple Listing Service  SECHELT AGENCIES LTD7  _.  Frienship imprpves hqppirtes.s.and gbcM^es misery.  By doubling our joy and dividing our grief.  .   . '    ' "Addison'  " ^^ ' ; * L���V* -*.,     " ���-���   DOUBLE YOUR JOY WITH ONE OF THESE  ���AH  Condition $350.00���  HILL TOP MOTORS  8017-15  $120 DELUXE B.R.C. girls  10  spoed    bike,   used    only    3  months,   $90.   Phone   8^3-2794.  8348-15  steel   industry   here  following  last���summer's    labor-contract  a fireside service.'  beli-sieeve%~Her ^'eil--vv'as7he4dJjbj_plaQe_.  with an ornamental- tiai-a-;pf-Seed7pearls._.  C* she, carried a cascading bouquet ol  te gladiolas and pink carnations. The  groom's gift to the bride was a gold  bracelet.      ;   ���  owned truck); Universal Timber, Twin  Creeks, (drivers, Norm Johnson); Double  R Trucking; Gibsons,  (driver, Dick Rirt-  a____\..   ._.___."_ _r.._._.7Z_.Jizi:  Peninsula Times,  Seehelt.  Coast News,'Gibsons.   ���JacksonTBros^I/Q gg i n g.7Srilson ___rs__u_  -summers"  -settlement. 4  "Latest figures,  according  -Iflffl,���11Sx4l_^b^^  Trailer. Situated in Sechelt.  Phone1 885-9816 before 6 p.m.  . 8279-15  BARGAIN    books    at   -News  Books   and  Stationary, -S6-  _ chelt. HJstory of Wells Fargo*  $1-4.95   now   $5.35,   one   only.  Romance   of   the   Patchwork  jQutiJ7.._$aj&.. _ Rug Weaving  The   bride  is   the.  daughter   of  .Mrs.  to     Marjorie   Leslie   of   Gibsons,   B.C.   and  Me7er�� Bernstein, "director6  of    the  groom  is  the  son  of  Mr.  and  Mrs.  Mehmet Yildiz of Istanbul, Turkey. Rev.  ���J. Kent officiated at the deremony held  on Sunday afternoon, February 20th.  -.The. theme  "Universal  Religion''  was  taken from the. Desiderata . and excerpts  on Love and Marriage taken from Kahlil  Gibran's  book  The  Prophet,   were  read  ���by Heather.  Christiansen Math   musical  Attendant Heat her  sen wore  the USWs International Affairs Office, shows the Russians poured 132.8 milliorFtons  of ste,el in 1971.  Prelminary   estimates   from  the American Iron & Steel In-  -stituteput--tiae-U^Sr-production  f ig���Tfes~TbT*T*9Tr^a1r4ustixiver  $5.35.   Quilting $2.69. Lord of  the Rings in~on"e* volume $4.50.  120   million   tons���the .lowest     accompaniment by Hal Joews.  level in the past eight years. Escorted by her uncle, the bride chose  The Russians use almost ex- a floor-length gown of French crepe  clusively open-hearth opeW with Empire lace bodice and full-length  -tjon#���- a method considtened  inferior' to . ,the basic .oxygen-furnace m'et'hod'' ufeed %$'  American steelmakers in more  than-5b-jper_cent of 197l's pro-  duction.  Yet the Russians still push-  a floor length gown of - floral silk with  a corsage of pink carnations. Best man  was David Leslie, brother of the bride.  A reception followed the ceremony,  with Mr. Bill Rankin proposing the toast  to the bride.'  For   going  away,   the  bride  chose  a  beige   and   brown   lamb-skin  suede  suit  designed   and, fashioned  by. .the   groom.  She wore maicMng_lc��fiSAQ*^^  ried  red  roses.  . After a short honeymoon, the couple  will be leaving for Istanbul, Turkey to  take   u_   permanent   residence.  free transportation  of heavy equipment?  Hansen's Transfer, Gibsons, free trans-  pbrtation'Qf  heavy   equipment;   CdriVerr  Ed Meldrum),  Ken    Fiedler,    Gibsons,    (driver,    H.  Wray), free loading of gravel onto trucks.  ,   Charles     McDermid,     Sechelt,     steel  stamp for log indentificatiori.  r Peninsula   Hote-V Roberta Greek, -Te���  freshments.  Wakefield Inr^ West Sechelt, refresh-  _ments���_- _ ���..- ������.   Around The Harbour  Also latest Caaadiaria." Child"���ed  their   1970   tonnage  figure  LIBRARY  hours  have  changed so  that  -bv I^no TBomftn"di==phoiie 883=2440  -.'������_������.     . ���'�����;. .- ' .      ���.,<���������.'  enjoy working with boys please contact  WMMillft/III/IiMIIIIIiMI/IMJJri  ^     HUGE PROFITS     ��  From froten drink and ice sales B  UP TO 90% PROFIT I  AN   EXCELLENT  .OPPORTUNITY  FOR ��  : INVESTORS AND BUSINESS S  -r-^i QPERATORS.    :-----^-^^��  POLAR CHIPS SALES LTD.  In','  FINE BUYS  WEST SECHELT No. 224.1  -jj^g~3-gggij0qf!1j--fQ89. Sqf ft, .home-is-2-years-olcir-*astefuJly_  finished & decorated throughout.. Utility & furnace, room is attached, so no furnace noise. Also separate workshop. Living  room has wall to wall carpet, large glass areas, Franklin fireplace,  bedrooms also carpeted]'Large airy kitchen has excellent .cupboards, tiled floor. This home is a pleasure- to show. Asking  ' $23,800, with $10,500 down, balance at $140 month, your offer  receives"serious consideration by owner. To view, 'call Peter Smith,  885-9463 eves. ^     __,,.,._.,  "_ __!, L_.  ren's and Adiilt Classics. Cook  books and Hobby books; People corne from Vancouver to  shop at News Books on Cowrie  YOUR LOG HOME? No. 2475  Just, imagine, it-���your, very,own Jog .hoiyie, In almost, 9 acres ot  woodlahd with 'wbrkshbp1 and studio, Good water supply.. Price  includes washer, dryer, fridge and stove, $25,500 with, % cash.   Jack Worn,,886-2681 eves,        GOWER POINT VIEW       .   ' ���,    ���     , No. .2474  2 bedroom homo on Ms acre handy to Gibsons. Large living room  with ceramic tllo* fireplace; bright kitchen, basement,  auto, oil  furnace,  Also a second cottdge with 2 bedrooms for revenue.  ���Full,Price-$35;000,00;-terms.X;.R,��Gathorco|o,,,886,7015.u,,,.-4���.,  St. Sechelt ('limes office)" J^h.  885-9654. 8342-16  . .io ..        . '        .      .  UNBELIEVABLE But True���  _ at The.   "Kmes   BobkstoVe,  Sechelt���See the new Olympic  Electric Adding-Machine. Just-  $99.50. Limited number avail-  "abie7J?lTB855D,664rJ r~ri:~  USED tanks,  1,000 gal, 2,000  ' ;iali'and]3i000gaU"pb^  dition, good prices. Phone Bob  883-2248. 8339-17  up   by   more .than   5   million  tons in the year.  U.S. production at the )same  time   dropped   by ,11   million  the library will no longer .be open on  Mondays. Tuesdav and Thursday the library will be open from 1:30 to 3:30 Pm;: T^pjdqe CLUB  Yerrie    Wishlove    or  Madeira Park School.  Ruth    Kobus , at  103-626 Clyde Avenue  " VANCOUVER, B.C.  Phone 926-6051  tons.' s  From the standpoints if production,1 profits,'- and employment, most American steelmen  consjder���l^ de  vastating  ' year    in    industry  history. -  '  _ At , one,  pclint   during   t,he,  year���October���ther were fewer men emploj-ed in U.S. mills  ' than* during' any5 nonstvike period since the depression, according to. union figures.  and Saturdays from 2 to 5 p.m  "are ava'illable" for  -$2^10-  FIRElNSURANCE         FIRE INSURANCE  DWELLINGS  t  When was tho lost tlmo you reviewed yotCr Flro. Insurance?  ' Aro amounts on building and contents adequate by'TODAY'S Standards? Has Inflation eaten away your "former  Qooa:qb1?eToB'f?ITprn%w? It may be too latel Why not  avail yourself, of a consultation TO-DAY wllh lho follows  CALCi DOB KENT OR KEN WOOD FOR DETAILS 885.2235      FpR PENDER HARPOUR RESIDENTS, CALL;   JOHN PREEN 803-2794  lN,*GIBSONS:"f-~-*-~w---^  21,,CONSULTCHAS, R,OATI1ERCOLE--886.7015  ACADIAN MORTGAGE CORP. LTD.  1st AND 2nd MORTGAGES  ���RESIDENTIAL*-' COMMERCIAL".-.RECREATIONAL-.,,  All types of real estate financing Including builders loans.  .,.,,.,., .���,.,,, .,,,., Fast appraisal se.rv.lco,,,,,.,,,,..,.,.,.., .,,...,,..,..7.  ACADIAN MORTGAGE CORP. LTD.  2438 MARINE, W. VANCOUVER  926-3256  week for the Pender "Harbour Bridge  Club when they held their regular Tuesday five table .-meeting.    ;  FIRE        7 ' '' '"'"   ���iPt5ficlw~H'����vbom'~ Volunteer���Pire-De-- -  partmenl...a"nswered a call-to the-hbme-of -  VCotiin Allen-Sinclair T/hurs'day afternoon  '���a't"]ffliddiep'6i'nV."'A'n^  the  cause of  the alarm but fortunately  ���MHn-muy ..*._.yyw.. mib, .n-wv^,     men' arrived 'and' there was no 'damage  done. '��������  -legion'-i>adieS"- ������ w,,.,..,, .,.,,,,,,,,,,;;,:���   I^adieat Auxiliary to the Legion are  sponsoring a St, Patrick's day smorgasbord ano^ dance March' 17 at the Legion  Hail." Music will lio provided by' George  'Pago' an'dhls'three piece" band:'Door,sfopen  at 7:30 p.rii, and dinner will'be served'at  8 p.m.TThero ,arq, afevv;' tickets left, which ,  can be purchased by contacting Dorothy  SHvey at 883-2272,    ���  In W��t^Sle^3 bedroom,homo on 1.77 acres wUh good View  onf^an^clTfan Islands, Han Wn*Q'w��\ ��^%f^JJ  bo roodlly wbcllvldablo a. road a each enc of proporiy^rull Igco  $22,000.00.- Mortnago   bvallablo   |o   suitable   pppllcam,   won  ' Had(ien^B85.9504 evoo, ._.r^,^,~-���_,.���,.~.r...r,n,���_._^,.r���_.,  ,���_. >,..:.       ��� ' .' "*'  RUDt: LAKE WATERFRONT " , 7 ' '     ' '   ,   ,    . , j  Loyaly   waiorfront   lot   ^0Qn.%^trS27Sr'  J 11^00,00, John Dropn In Ponder Harbour. Q��3-Z/^. ^  ^ffir^SSl^T^  over Iho Georgia Straits. C<W dropoco> piew*^ $ �����  ,Squar��,.fcot...hQmo.:nhOaraoo^i^  luit off Highway. 101  5n MtQltlo f h'.^���  ��- ii/flm^A-nlinnB-^A^rea v-au ot^-ro*ldentlQl-.ar0Q;���O'5TrorJr'clY���'ic'l,1���  on Full Prlw'on'40;000;00r  ASK FOIiOOR FREE CATAU06JJE Off REAL F^TATE ^  - Bojv-7"99r Gibsons,- 3.C,_J^-^an4.._DlrftC,tim6���85^I3^  "Developing with the Suhshine Coast"  -*���' '_���   ,     ,     .GIBSON? RURAl,,   8.21 Aqres for only $12,000. Alreqdy sMbdlvlded; with  9 nnrreU  Fantastic Investment. Apprx. 1/3 cleared  and leyel.  BURNS ROAD '  "Good'level  building   lot 65x130.   Easy walking  to  beach, shops etc, Only $3500, Try your offers and  terms,  Beautiful view on water. RrJco  to sell only $3100.00.   ���- - - - - -V~~-  M-H'H.'UH,.- H���  liWIWiWftW*<H^4(^^  H*Mrp(^r*��H4(��tii4  **t;\:  -WINN^O^D-  J  _\'J\-.  Largo building lot;Jcentral Gibsons, on payed road, all  services, easy walking distance to shop; beaches, etc.    - ~r r $4400;00;*;r" - -���������:   ���ft-  '     ���   ,     ' SEAVIEWi ESTATES  ' Excellent Building lot^airwrvfcos, Including cable-  vlslonC payed road,; close to schools. Spectacular view  WN��ttf*W"w^^  CALLf  AGENCIES ^.TP,  ;,Box, 1^, Sechelt  Phone 885*2235  "TorHrGlrard;8a6.7760 or. Phil Strut���8867M4 or  ' ."   '��� Qfflco 886-7244.'  LISTINGS .WANTED  "^"Memebr'ships  per year. There ar,e now 106 paid mem-  beys. There are over 1,500 references and.  books.  .4  Spring is, .the >TifI*s-_forL_reading and  forty-three new Books have been purchased with fundirlrom the flea market,  sale  of. u.sed  pocket books., and private  donations,  An  anonymous  gift, of $20.00  was given ��� to the fund, Any donations  -are'  chased,   books   include   Canadlana   and"  fiction. Some of tho titles are Shrug-  ��� Trudeau in. Power by-Walter Stuart, Nug-  agi by Duncan Prvde, The Last Spike by  Pierre Burton, Monsago from Malaga.by  Maclnnos and Wheals, by Arthur Hailoy,  ,���������.,,Tho.,Jlbrary,J)i*s-:a^'sofl^^^        .threq^  cartf-nn of books f''o*|ri Vancouver llbrai'y  and '.lomo from private citizens,  "wedding  , A wedding of interest to many in tho  flarbour took plnca February fl In Vic-  torla whon Dnvo Crowell married Mary  Kolpln of Victoria, Tito nowlywodn, will  reside In Noyv Woflmlnster. ���" '')���"���  MISHAP .  A slnglo car accidont^opcured. at tho   Madeira. Park turn off * Wednesday,".-March^l  1 about 0 p.m.'MnrirNortlirup was dilvlhg"  tho oar owned by' Bradley Godkln who ,,<���  ,��� totalled, ��� Godkln   wan Jiosp^tnUzod ,,w��Wv ,  1 HQv'oro fncial lacoratlons. Homvafi released  from hospital Frldiy. Chargon are pond-  ,. Jng ,.,!,..:��� .,. , '   SEARCH  Throo difforont dog mat-tors, two from  in tho arorC with their dogs from Satui^  day, Febnutry 20 to Wodnoaday Mhroh 1 '  again soarcjlilnfl tho area for four year old  , ltonVZVoKrArsdor.nniir'ilntf from horDijmo -  nlnco January 0, More dlyors will l)o In  tho area again shortly, HGMP corporal  Al do St, Remy sold,  :     , > . , ffl ', I  .-TEA-AND-DROP IN������ -��� ���,^..w.  ,,�� Madeira Park MlomonlaVy' pchool hi,  having a-'ITca and Drop In" for parents  Thursday March 1(1 at, a n,m, nn piu't of  .7tholcCunun\l.Q|)P()!:ttw!t.lofl Programmo,  Thoro will ���bo a nalo of mike,,..goodn and  parenln will ho able to vlow tho wrls  and .irnfto their children work at liiciad-  lnR-",Byrri|H'w.liOBr wenvlni?   pottery, ��folk  ..,-alnfdngf.,..eholr���...anil���clHWH>.jr.hoi,fl4..4,iwUL,)Ht.,,,  ���nn~oppovtjjnlty-for-parRntii-t,o-pni1tloilp��'lo-  ir* some of tho ru'tlvltloH, The primary  clans may also hn peen doing their art  programme,   ��� ���"    (      '  School   district   40> olomer-Uu-y > ��u*1h"  volleyball al tho Ponder Harbour Second-  ���n��iy-^oiflxppninwa  j{lrln took."tho florlon.   SCOUTING '  , ' '". .'  Cubfi and "Scouti* are looking for volunteers to, help out with any phnno1 of tho  "ov��i*nlzatloh. The euhn aro,In need of am  asnlntant, loader. No provlpun .Qxporlonco,, ,���,'.,��  in inccnnnnry. If ym< h��vri,,Bparo,{tlrpio,flnd,, ,.',.,.:���'C:,.,7  Irene McKenzie. .was high, scorer this    T/MWWWmWjimMfttmWmm  fat^^^MM^<mWium^mf^    TOTERftl CLUB - ^  .1    4,   ',11 .    '*.*(.'  V       4       .'       > I  FRIDAYS, 8:00 p.m.  n    ���    INDIAN HALL  Jackpot $300  $79 TO GO  "''''',''v^.'.POOR..,,P;WZE ir  - SECHELT AGENCIES DATE PAD  '* This free reminder of coming events Is a service ofSECHELT AGENCIES ���  ��TD, Phono Peninsula Tlmos direct for free'listings/specifying "Date  Rhci", Please, note that,soace fs llpnlted and somo advance clqtca may  (Wro, to wait tholr turn: also that this |s a 'Vcnrilnclor"'llsUhfla only and  ~~ r^r"^��� cannot qlways carry full details,  l k^ttWKfA  , ��� Mar.,6-���1,1 a.m. Secholt,,Lcalon Ha||��� TPPS RurnniQoo.Salo,        r, ,  Mar 8-rli30 p,m. Loglon Hall, Modolra Park. Hosp. Aux. Mooting.  ^Mar,*8��ss8.p.m,��VVto|como*l3eQchJ;lallMJInaUreR9Xt4jna^^^  C6ritonnlal <3dmmltteo.  r /ISTarch 8���8 r^mi Socholt Union'Hall, fllnoo,   ���      ...*!Atarfh7^8_p,^^  ���������   *    '    ���  March  15���7:30"*pH'iSni&  Ro|ardod Children's Mootlnfl.  Morch 15���7 p.m, Robortu Crook Hall. Special Cubs and Scouts Meeting. Parents of boys 7-16'years. Please attpnd,   " ���  1   March 10���from'.a,p.ri<^ocholt Uolon'HaH, St. Patrick's pay Dance.  March 20���2 p,m, lino It h Centre, Gibsons. Rrnnch-a'tf'O.A.P.O, Regular  Mooting ondPlrthday Party. ;   ���.;���.--,-������' ������-, ,-v.-,; ,-,-  ASK FOR OUR FREE CATALOGMB OF REAC ESTATE"*~  Phono 805-2235  |Muttty��t*; Mutnfl "Sorvlco ���  "Yanconyer Real I5itq����r-  i     '      Poard ,  REAL ESTATE  INSURANCES  UTDr  '__^#h*nmuk _m^^^^'m'^^^m'^__ifv^'__i'^9��'m*tmf.  Doxl28# Sechelt; B.C.  r . i  "**���::;;:  (fl  f$mm<w&Mmmmm#i#m  ��*W4k��W  <4<^^^w��*wM��"w��^Wf��i.iw  , >ti A\  imutdrTf  Wednesday, March 8, 1972  ��� ���     "     '        "T ��� ��� "���'������ '���    .1���    i   ... ...���.���������  h^f 2lanjes~  '      '' ���        ���   '���  - -  ..    . .-flbBO.     ^    ..        Fishing aroun   7 ���by  Don Radcliffe  REPORTS  from  quite  a  few  areas  indicate   that   springs  are   moving  in   and  ���bluebacks .aie._sJiiitkLg_^  numbers. Norwest, Bay, Lee Bay arid  Secret Cove all Report catches this week  of springs taken "on live herring at about  40 ft. to 60 ft. Fishing seems best, at daybreak and falls o'i around nine o'cloc  Warm clotlimg .and a thermos of hot  coffee   ail-   as- important   as   bait,   as   it  ���-ftcti; .-l-iil|y-4in.t-.1li.o'"t' fit this time of the  year, but cak/hing a winter spring makes  up for all 'the discomfort and cold:.One  fisherman caught a nice 9 lb. winter  spring while- trol.ing at 30 ft. outside  Secret Cove and h.& previously Lost a  fairly  good sized, one  inside the channel.  Wildlife  Branch  Officer  Pat  Mulligan  reports   some   ste.dlhcad   activity   in   local  creeks "and    also    mentions    that    there,  should be some sea run cutthroat in just  .'...now. HO-also ask^d me jLo remind  tho?e  interested >in.   sleolheadrv fishing   not   to  forget  to purchase a   licejtice.  ,     .7      ,7  Well,   the   great   clean-up   has  'begun.  , Two seiners in Sechelt InleLand.three big  ones  at  Lund, seem to be making sure that  all the herring get caught, and what do we  do? Just, sit and take it. Pm glad to hear  that our local Chamber of Commerce has"  clone  something  yrid_.aH   the   rest  of -the  -GIwnbera-ori* -t lie- PeninwjJa���l^aato���joined  Madeira ParkBappenings  j^bV-E rin_H udsoiu  ���by  Eve Moscrip  tournament held, at Sechelt Bowling  Alley when_-Sechelt's No. 2 team totalled  6371   pins"        * "* x       ~    -  \ Players were: Red Robinsons Jean  Robinson, Dennis Gamble, Kathryn Ross  and Gerry Neault. :7-..  Tournament highs and lows;- Ladies  ligh (J, Bonnie McConnelt 1273. Men'��,  high 6, Freeman Reynol_\_._lMi_. -Ladies'  ���hi#h sftigle,.... Ena���Armstrong 264. Men's  ligh single, Mell De'los Santos 341. Ladies  ow score, Espi Martedder 91. Men's low  score,  Ken  de Vries 98.  MIXED TEN PINS.  Joan Cunningham "333, Helen Sinclair  294, Pelle Paulson 346, Gordy ,McCourt  34  Ladies  Wednesday:   Pat   Porter  615  TT^f^^ Mrs. Wa7r  phansonv469  WOW, have' we had a  busy month!  We  are   happy   to   have- Martin   Knutsan  ���back again, after his stay -in the hospital.  SPORTS  ���,-First, our*girls' volleyball team won  the Volleyball Tournament at Pender  Harbour Secondary School. We have another tournament coming up at Gibsons  on Friday, March 3. Come on girls', let's  have another- victory! The boys' floor-  hockey team is also very busy practising  -������and Gompeting. ComeJon boys; let's have  . a lew more victories! \ "  GOSSIP    .  Marbles ' afc -becoming very popular  ���with the bopTngW, Some boys have reiil-  " Jy-gg.t-. cjurte a' cut lection. Wc have had  somo����rade Seven students going down  to ��� Mr. BulmerVi rOom to do odd jabs  -around tlie class, which is fun. Every  Thursday   afternoon   you   can   hear   the  notk)  Xlf-_  'so  come  on  House  pais them! . _ ���  TT-iefs���try���and-  Rare  Captive  Please, pretty please, says'John., the Canada John is quite an actor and  playful sea otter as he flops on his has proven* to be a great hit with  tack to be fed a fish morsel by Van- the visitors. When he first arrived  couver* Aquarium's ' Lynda Killick. at the aquarium he weighed 44  -The--only  sea- otter- in  captivity in    pounds, he now weighs 52 pounds.  In Tune With Sports  Juniors: Garry Benner 162, 161, BeV  Jackson 132, 117, Craig Rodway 166,, Wilf  Nestman  165, Curtis'Fischer 15877  Leagues���Sechelt   Commercial:   Lionel  McCuaig   290   (783),   Jack   Warwick   287 -  (721),   Hazel   Skytte  253   (654),   Bill  McGivern  331   (818).  Ball and Chain, Phyllis HandforcT 647,  Aubrey Hudson 275 (687), Walter Kohuch  277   (791).           ������   -  coming Open House sometime in March.  Let's see-a really  good crowd!  H O U $ E >S T A N D I N G S  House vTftrec received the pennant for  first place in our lunch hour games. They  seem to be up there again with top  points .again thisu-term.���Next is House  Two. House-One is in third position and  ,House. Four is in last place. House One  is only leading House Four by* one point,  weekend results  SOCCER games scheduled for* next Sun-  ��� day are as follows:  ~jf' *  DIV. 7. P.H. HotspifflPvs Tcemen at  Madeira Park, "12 noon.'lEmuglas Flyers vs  Ken Mac B6rrt'b'ers���EangcTale���at T pTnf.-  Nomads vs Warriors, Gibsons 'at 1 p.rri,  DIV. 5 and 6. Co-6p Cougars vs Cal-  edojiians at Gibsons 2 p.m. P.H. Rough-  riders vs Huberts (SreokW Madeira .Park  1 p.m. Braves vs Ken's Vikings at  Hackett'Park 1  p:m.  DIV.- 4. Game, time 2 p.m. R6alcogor  Riders vs Totems at Madeira Park. Tim-  ' her men  vs Super- Valu al Hackett  Park.  weekend Results  DIV  -Dolnads  0. Ken  7. Chessmen *6-  Mac 0���Tee-men 2,  DIV. 5 and 6. Ken's Viking's 0���Rough-  riders 0. ������'-.���  DIV. 4. Super Valu '5���Totena$ 1.  In    1765   there   was   a   weekly   mail  service   between   Montreal   and   Quebec.  Them  in  writing letters of protest to the  ~pow't'itT^hirt~btr^~-,~-~-' ;������.���-���������-"������������������  I'm afraid we were a little late this  year but lets nol make the same mistake twice. Writ<\ to your local MP,  write to tlieTeHeFaT Miiiist/Tr of TTsHenes7  make it soon, he may not be in office  for too much longer, it's a pity we can-  _not .say the same for the provincial Mini-  LAST weekend Elphie Cougars travelled  to  St.  Thomas   More   High   School   in  Burnaby: to participate  in the  provincial  semi-final' bas-kgtlaall-playdowfiSr-To-Maj^-  ���by Mike Shumsky- ���  with 22  points;, Lee   Wolvertwi   with   21  points   and   Brett   Cryderman    with    16  points.   The  juniors -play   next   weekend  ���ltL.,thp'.semi-finals   at   Richmond.  ���JUWQB-GIH1.S-  ter.  Anyone who hasn't pnough foresight  the  event  off  the   Cougars   were  pitted t  TgrnT^^rnrrrr-sr^rhmr^^ .......  The  Knights   who  were  privileged  with Also with the juniors were our junior  home court advantage, took a 20-12 lead     Cougar   girls    who   also   had   a   tourna-  at   quarter   time.   The   Cougars   weren't      ment  up  in  Pemberton.  The  girls   first  Hwatr-yet  'though and ...they  fought  to  a__fa���e was against  the junior girls  from  42-34   half-time   score.   The   Codiii-Tlir-^tsm^^  this point made some bad foul mistakes     m -whlch  the Junior girls  proved  them-  . and   the   Knights   at   three-quarter  time  had a 58-40 lead. The Cougars here de  selves suporior by defeating the Squamish  -squad���18-2.   Marilynee   Mjisgrnve   pacRcl^  to. see the damage-to the future.fisning  industry thai this fishing" of heffring during the spawning season will do; does  not in my opSnion^ deserve to hold the  job he is supposed to be doing. I said supposed. Evidently the- old adage that we  learn from past mistakes no longer holds  water. .' > ���  Of  course,   I'm   prejudiced,   I   love   to  fish,   'is rlo  countless, thousands of  other  _^4e4_4e_g0-deWB-4^^ winners with  eight  points.  Thi^-W  TMttsrrT^Joluinbian'. tioT~*u!5~me-t'i44  commercial fishermen, whose livelyhood  is in danger, and the tourists who come  here, after reading a brochure or seeing  a Cil'm extolling the wonders Of salmon  fishri'ig in ,beautiful *7B'.C7Must, we all  sa,v a sad farewell to good fishing just  to keep a.few happy, or make a few rich.  I   am   probably   putting   the   net   in   the  added initiative ^made a major comeback.  The .Knights,,, stunned at this show of  esprit de corps, were unable to score  anymore than 12 points in the final  quarter while the Cougars piled up 23  points. The Knights still managed to  edge the Cougars 70-65, but it was by  far the most exciting game of the tourney  as the Cougars showed how unpredictable they were. Elphie scorers were Brad  Norris with 18 points, Dave McDonald  wTtTTl"5"*-arndr"BtH^    moved the junior squad into the tourney  final against Pemberton Red Devils. The  Cougars found this team much more  competitive and the half-time score was  19-9 in Pemberton's favor; The Cougars  tried desperately to catch up but were  too far down and were defeated 39-23.  The Cougars were, again paced by Mari-  lynne Musgrove with 12 points.'The top  Cougarettes in the tourney - were Mari-  lynne Musgrove with 20 points; Betty  Topman witiL_s��Lygn and Pat Hogue and  ^vsnKiRfliP   H*a        a^_m_^    _m*m ���    -^��  _S_ HBHBlniffl W     iPBHHw     BHIfra _m K���' Jl      Government Inspected,  PRIME RIB ROAST  CcmsdarGoodr  $  Canada Choke  lb.  Government Inspected,  Wiltshire, Frozen  .Grade  ,  ,���^_  i  fi& -lb..wijpJP����4,  | COD FILLETS^n,!!n^p*":l.   ,���. ^5�� |  wtei ~rrtiin--rhT^%lriTa^-^o7re^m-nmr-^^ons^^ok-^^^  make   sure   that   wr  at   least  learn  from    Sl��uad   was   havine     P^ems     Piling  our mistake  and  kick-up enough fuss  to  ensure  that  this  will  not  happen *again  next year.  Cindy Ktirucz adding six each. The girls  .    This ��� loss   knocked   the _Cougars_ put_j>iay jtfejr iiext,games at home on March  of the finals but on Saturdayvt-hey. w^i^Tii^jjcj 12: Tlie:public, as always is wel-  "ta  meet   the   King' George  Dragons Hov    come. - -'  consolation   honors.  The Cougars were, determined to end  their season on a .winning note, but the  L  things   together   but   they   soon   gained  the���lead and   held   it   until   the   final  A THOUGHT;'  __���HJoHsort. is.  \\\c. Fishprman  He ariseth (before the break of day  Mighty  a re''.his  preparations  He   saMies  Jjprth,   filled ''with  ' deter mi nil lion  And r.clurns in Iho later evening  Smelling  of strong liquor  And the  truth  is not in  him  <������*  . j ���   '   "      '     ,  '���  MgN NEEDED  In this aroa to {train as.  LIVESTOCK  "BUYERS'"  L^ARN TO BUY CATTILE,  .-^^PJ!lis.Al|4PJ3ttEEP-M^  at onlo burnt, food lola nnd  rnnohoa, Wo pmlor |o train mart  21 lo 56 wllh llvonloch oxporlonoo.  .For loonl Inlorvlow. wrllo nao.,  phono, ncldraoa nnd bnckgrouna  NATIONAL MEAT PACKERS  TRAINING  IHO-mill Mlli'i'l, llrpl. (M'-AJIII  hiivniinvnlii, Cullf, II0HI'  buzzer,   when   they   won   by*, a  score   of  62-5'R.    The   top   point   getters   tin   tl^is  tournament finals  were Brad  Norris,  19;"  Dan  MacKajy,  15 and Art Dew,  14. This  "ga me w tiu 11 d* "^^7^ht^-��easp1rH!,<J^������filpl^iea���  and a very successful ono at that. The  team would especially like to show its  appreciation to the reason for such a  season, our coaeh. Larry Grant. He de- ,  serves a lot of the credit and certainly  all the gratitude "the team can offer.  Wo all hope to see him back nex'l.season.  JUNIORS   AT   PEMBERT&N  Also this past weekend the Junior  Cougars ' travelled'" to 7"a "junior ''tourha-'  ment in Pemberton, The juniors wore  first to, play Squamish. This was a eloso  gnmo: but my'ch of'the juniors patterned  offense began to pay off. Tho Cougars  slowly walked away from the SquamlKh  team, Thu final. HS-oro was 40-39 in ElphioH  favor, This triumph' move'd Elphie Into'  mllfc^*riira'l.fv'"of*llfp'tolio'wo,*'Soun<i",*to'i'imoy"  against tho Pomberlon Hod Devils, This  ,,wnii a good ganio and Elphlp,at one lime  hold a 21 -li load, Tho Devlin eamo back  and at final I lino II was 42-ai) In Nlphlu's  I'uvor, Tho Cougars woro quite happy  about this .as It moved Jfllphio to the  Junior varsity provincial finals, Tho  "Cuiigm'fv; l.o|r,Kcuroi\s. wore David Nowinan  SUNCOAST ESTATES  REALTY LTD.  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Chooso contrasting colors or a monoohomatlc look, tislng,  JI9b.toi!'.'Qn'd.rcl.P9P.pr:Br?c(cJos-of ��� tl^o sqmoxolor*,--!rir^MfMrnn^_-fi^lI;  the boxes with chrysanthomums, In winter/ qdd a touch ,oi  ' fdkrrgroofiory and next spring/* plant your fayorlto summer-  Diawarst  G,WiG.-��Work*Clothoa  .���,.���.������...'!!Y9.,rk....G!ovos  SECHEUTrBCry  AGECH  COFFEE  wm*lr  BImo ���  -Ribbon  ,   At T^M.I��ft *T"  wwwwvw��iyin(Mi)wwwwnww.��w^  .,4M*��Mf,H4*.W*4 ,  'mummitftZ  ,|���,",,4ff4,  aitswraTj-.ir.TBssi  ,4 it  <  nn*fmjniim��j_nmM*tmm*wmJwnnru*nnpmnm*ifmni^��m^  P��,UMRING - ^EATING - SHEET METAL  tLECTRICAUAND.ROOPING.  ----^pj^lPYoureBtf^^rfftWe'l.hDprlt^r^cypM'*^*^  ;;'���-��� '-''TSa^COAJTHNE  P;0, Boh 798, Sccholr, TJ.C,  ^H*W-*r-.����-.V*M.^  Somcos  ,,,    885-2621  '4,     �� I' ( . ,,        ,  TWIN CREEK  BUlOSlNG  SUPPLIES  Your t  Gllddon Paints  Dealer..      !  COOKIES  ���^  McCorpiicK's,  Paullits,  MIh 'f\ Matcjli' ,:,  wmt>  TEA BAGS  wti$lmil^i^*rtmi#t*MfyMlfity,  ' 1. ��,,cf ., .;   '  Two Location*  ytrmw  I,'  ,."���., ��� y*?M  Sunahina Coatr  ��.���~Hlghway~��.���.  -- Nabob. -140'if ^vW^wi-otW^* ^ r ^''  MACARONI & CHEESE v  Krnfr,  7'A ox, K..v...: i.y   DINNER  PEACHES  iONf '^ WtGHETtf W*  PANCAKE MIX  .'  J> for  Hynn Volley, Standard    " *%"'"  ���"Cl.ln'0'rl 4 '-oif.^tTr s** - W"*r*,*# * t<��r"  ..I.,', 1  for  __ K_f*  5^:  Rogulcir or Puttormllh, 3'/�� lb,  > 'Awrit 'Joriilmai  ...1 . '...v. 'i." "...AV  ,1,7. \  .!��'.  .8B6-229L  . piM*mj 1 m ��'jw, J j   i  SECHELT  085-2288  ftm*  '1" * f*wr*��*W����M"v r �����  KIDNEY BpANS f"""  ROASING FILM  WAFFtESYRUP SV,br..  ,   ' ' , t*     n      I M 1 1 t "  brORT COLA 1 ��� ?& ox,'   POTATO CHIPS S" ����"���  /Trl-pack  JjEffeCrlJve^  y^f^  WATCH^FQR OUR  ')' "ijS&lfjPIAILS  i*s��_xts_��r7S_  ���4(  !   I  mm  ',   1    I      *        ,1    ��� ', '        -   1 ,      , ���  \ 1 .     1      ���  SechelfSuperMarke  fl*     "      ���*"_���-,<       -4.1 -I      ���     'i        ��H ���     I' >'     HI       I   l��   .'���  I" t l��4����> "���'��>4��4afMaMMIM4MU4kt   ���.  Cowrio Stroot, Socholt  Plfono 885-9416  ��i 1  ��7i.,,,l\  mm^-m  1      .  ..Jm^  7 i'  .,'  X.  ms&&*f&ii<tom>  u  11  ��:  , 1,11 >,.  .7-  V  I,�� ^.E^^NINSULA  Section B  Wednesday, March 8, 1972  Pxaoes \-��  __ *  i * ���  ft*"*-        * iV**  *.       ,'     \-9*  L      V*  *  ******   *t~i  S',    ��    - *4      &    ��0 V'.���*- ' **"������***��� ^   -1 ca"  * ' - *��� v      -V>  ��� - ,* ** /:  ' -wrv �����*  fx^-f^-  '_.es*-.' ������:tna l i *��� n^jniuih 1 c   l-ndu'stx;jes...  2j-i    ft as t" ��� 0*4,::    '-��� / e . .    ���   *'  anco-uvei  Service  PEWtMSULA-nMES  7     OFFICE    . "  NOW  OPEN   IN  GIBSONS  Phone 886-7244  HAWEY-RJ NiRAL^HOAAE  J.TD.  Serving The Sunshine Coast  A COMPLETE CHAPEL OR CftURCH  SERVICE AT MODERATE COST "'  J. Roy Parkins,  Funeral, Director  -A-MEMORIAL SbRVILb II- DbblkbD  Phone 886-9551  District Com  Meeting at Camp Olave, Roberts  Cieek, on Saturday, District Com-  missioneis discuss the year's Guide  piogramme with leaders. Pictured  from left District Commissioner  Doris Moncneff from Texada; Elphinstone District Commissioner,  Ann Thompson; Mittlenatch District  missioners  Commissioner, Helen McNair from  Powell River; Hunechin District  Guider Dorialda Sigouin from Sechelt; Discovery Triangle Area Ck>rn-  missioner Muriel Craig from Campbell River-a*nd Sunshine Coast Division Commissioner, Eleanor White  from Gibsons. .  Surprise  For the past seventeen years. Mrs     Division secretary taking a-_msJt-ioJ-  Agnes Labonte has been a staunch  supporter and worker in Guiding on  TKe Sunshine Coast,- serving in avery-  capacity from Brown Owl to Division  Commissioner. Last Saturday she  retired from her latest position  of  a while. On left, Division Commis  sioner Eleanor White has just pre  -SBnterJ-a-i^k-etr-of'-ap  form of a cut crystal vase to Mrs  Labonte with tlie hope that her retire  ment will only.be temporary.  zRuberts^0reek=i  LA Guides & Brownies Div.  annual meet at Camp Olave  SUNSHINE Coast  Division  Annual L.A.  to-Guides and Brownies meeting was  held at, Camp Olave, Roberts Creek,  March 4th.  The meeting was chaired by Division  Commissioner Mfs7EIeanor  White,  Gib--  sons. SecreTary MrST"NrnTnar-eamesrlTC^-  asurer  Mrs.  Margaret  Wheeler.  Mrs. Agnes Labonte presented Mrs..  Betty Allen with the''Award-.of Merit.  Mrs.-Labonte said it was a privilege to  make this presentation. Mrs. Betty Allen  came into Gibsons as a Guide Captain,  then riiovcd to Roberts Creek. Her husband Len. Allen was. a great help as the  "twtTp'f TlieTrriook the ghis camping grid  taught them many "skills. Numerous "-girls'  oarned "their  badges   and  went  campings  Market,   also   realized   a   profit  of   $261  from sale of 500 pounds of rags.  Mrs. . Dqnalda   Sigouin   reported   foi  Mrs. Harriet  Newton for  Hunechin  Die  trict   (Sechelt,   Pender   Harbour,   Wilsoi  -Creek).  3 Brownie Packs,  1  guide  com  Mrs. Ann Thompson, Commissionei  irorrt Elphinstone, said they are plannin,  a Guide Get Together May -27th to 2  and Brownies June 9-11.  Mrs.   Eleanor   White     and   Margaret  Butler will be attending a Trainers' Con  fprence.  Miss. Mamie Butlpr! of Powell  Rivei  the-Sunshine Coast successful Gold Cor I  applicant,isui'ow' il.vr6ne^.c3dbt.rrffriu��r  the   Canada   Cord   will-JHfi'<wiMv-h*iphei.l  with- the Aliens. Mrs. Allen went, into  training for guidcrs, became a trainer  and was on the Provincial Training Corn-  ;te*e,,Ior,',tltl',e'6'7C'arg'.,''Betty Was',Hl'e*Tii,st"'''  one   to   have   a   Ranger   group   in   1969.  Division Commissioner for two years, she  is  a   very   w^rm, compassionate   person,  ..deciles-ted and .Jtull'; ojE/enthusiasm, High on  "tlie list'with a great sense' of humor. A  very  worthy recipient of the award of  --mci-it:'���-_7-^-.^:~.-.-.       . ���   .-  Minutes of the last meeting held al  St; David's Hall,-Powell River were'read;  Mrs. Eleanor "White presented a gift  to, .Mrs,,,Agnes JLabqnte, a cut-gUiss vase.  ��� Last ���"year" slier ������''received -lief' Award of  Merit, Mrs; Labonte has been a Captain  of the Guides, Commissioner, Tawny Owl,  'Brov/iv Owi; Division"Commissioiier Tri'd'"  ' secretary. All adding up to seventeen  years of guiding. Taking a well-earned  rest from guiding Mrs. Labonte says she  will return after some of her other aetlvl-  lion have  eased  off.-  Treasurer Margaret Wheeler gave her  , report, I'Qllowodiby reports, from the dia-  U'klH.  'Mrs. Ilolon MacNidr, Powell' River  District, ropoi-lucl thoy had a membership  of 3(50 guidon and browhl.cn unci a busy  rungor .group,        .,,..... ,,.,.  1101*0   from   Toxa'da  wan   Mrs, , Doris"  1 Moijci'lof'���' reporting,!" that Mhoy''receive  publicity   In   their   paper.   Hold   a   l��loa  award.  Resignation of ''Judy Baldwin as cam]  advisor was received. A new camp advi  ser-^will-^e^aeededr*as~well as a -pi;ograrn  advisor, ' and    an    international   advisor  and a music advisor.  Elphinstone has purchased a.,'cassette  tape and have on tape Guide and BroWnie  songs which- can' be used for-.teachin/gr  packs JLhat do not have a musical fairy.  Area Commissioner Mrs. Muriel Craig  from   Campbell   River"   spoke- of-the   changes., with... the. grouping.: of,., divisions,.  into areas. Things will be a lot quicker  once they get better established.  *^[Coffe.e7and::cakes;;served; .bysrthe Elphinstone District Corporal Lou Bigge-  manfrom the Gibsons RCMP Detachment  was'introduced 4 as the guest speaker, It  was a pleasure to see his wife and four  children with' him and especially to seq  tho interest the, family took In his talk  which was of great interest to ��� us"''nil."'"  .��w����Corporal*Biggeman'.,5����toplc*was*'the��  dangers of d>'ufis and he really has spent.  One parent families  have own organization  TEN percent of Canadians are one parent  families.   Parents   without   Partners  is  a non-profit ^organization to help parents  who are in this situation.  Parents without Partners is not just  a social organization. It is an organiza-  "tlOiV-[hat*"^wTSm^WTth   paVelUS"' ailtl' the"  problems of being the provider in a ohe  parent family. It provides social activities  JiMI.J.h&.^areD.ts,and,.it, also provides fam-^  ily activities to involve parents and c'rilP"  then.   It   also   helps  -wit-h' -ether- aspeet-s-  of  being  a  single  parent. .   Any  parent" who  is  in   a  one  parent  home is  urged  to  nnd  out  fitiw  suctpa"  group can be of help, to them and their  children. '. ~  I. ,.,^.M -y.9_\ _ Si'Si: -.Ani^gl^dj^l^ase.^pntact,,  "any   of   the   following"    people:   Gle'nda  Drane,   5-2830,   Mary   Kingston   885-2396,  Beryl' Sheridan   885-9568   or   Rev.   Jim  "Williamson,  886-2333.  -y��-  All Airline Reservations, Tickets, Tours and Cruises, Fly Now���Pay Later  a fqr -All your travel needs  Cbnract Your Local Travel Agent at  CONTINENTAL COIFFURES  Trail Bay Plaza, Secheli or Phone 885-2339  SHAMPOO  -  SET       with this  $1.50   OFF coupon  PERM  -  COLOR  BLEACH  $4.00  OFF  CONTINENTAL COIFFURES & BOUTIQUE  Hair color by Clairol - Roux ? Wei la - L'Oreal - Redken - Color Essence'  |^r^ECHEL^885^33��7^-7-- r^.^  4. Mcntonus  Service  I >i>Uijc tiring 11 oiii (juidinj, loi a S itunlav s Dm ion nicel n^ at ( m\\)  wnii���i7''i^-a^x.;/i>iyision'";>uoi^m.iss]iorier yjiave, Mrs. Alien assisted oy.ner,  and -retiring secretary of :the Sun- husband Len Alien, have', introduced  shineCoa'st;'Division, Agnes: Labonte jnany girls to the joysj and. fun. of  pre's.eritp';.tfie'-)iiie'rJi't',piri to Provincial camping, besides training headers in  Trainer and .Fast Division .ComrniSr   caimpcrafts. ��� --77 .        :7  sioner,'���Betty,'Allen' (right)  at last . . ���" ,  ^undhine ^rreiakt  $ ���  7   SUBDIVISION  .j......;....-.  you tlioro is no hurm In marijuuna, LSD ^,7 ,'i���ft\*_' Vnn..�����  Recreation Commission  ���    '��   ,   ' -.     *  ' i  ' I-  sought by Sechelt Mayor  REJ-AeTiVATtdN of !Seol'*oit's " Rccroa-    tion \Comi'nisHi6n' coin only fimotibn! if "it  ^"tibn'Comm  ^k'sTvTriv nriv meothiL' chaired bv Mav-    ...   Commenting on facilities, Mayor Lung  WATERFRONT AND VIEW LOTS  ONLY 11 LOTS LEFT  7   HURRY!^  BOAT HARBOUR - ACCESS TO WATER  r    .  TERMS AVAILABLE  A 1 1     OSBORN LOGGING CO. LTD:  LL   885-9767 - Box 189, Sechelt  wcqk'.s May Day meeting chaired by May-  GET YOURaAWNlirioWEliS  OUTBOARDS  IN  .  .   .  ,  -    ��� ���       '   before '  \  njua'na,  or any of tho mind fihattorlng drugn give  t.11,0, .Corporal a call and lot him toll you  how wrong you are, ho can- really give  you facts.  ���   ; Tho Uilkwai, to ,1*0,15 |,o 20 lninulpH  hut llio woihon kept him tlioro for one,,,  ���and  i-   half  l)ourn  unking, quo-ilium,,   it  'wa.s no liiloreiiting it Junl, -iccmcd'liko 20  . lIlillUlOH,  (-���  Tliq liiggommiH stayed for Hiippor  which wa.s..provldcd lriy tho Socholt L.A..  lho dollciuiiH cHKHurolo ovoryhody  raved  Checking tho Villago By-Law, Mayor  Lang .-Bald' that-; it, \p ��� hot iiccetisary for  Recreation , CdrnpilHsion members to bo  residents'' in-the villago'of S'cqholt, hut  the,. orgt)nliyHjion ���dooS/,, copio.��� und,or tha,  wlhgpr.thojiJi'igo'Coupcll.  .In'bthcr1 i-i'dasof tho Sunshine'Coiist,  Hqoroi'tipn .ConimlSfiJojiH liuvo been ro-  HpbnHlblo of hiiminor playground aetlvl-  lio^"pnii7iIiowf?r,.H  ma'py other ���uotivllloi" which hold tho Interest of yoiing, pooplq' especially during  pointed... out .that, when 7tlio |ioyal;-,Canar  dian ilogioii has built its now hall, the  old-Legion Hall will 'possibly;he-available  for-youthful-ReUvitioBrr^-"^1���; '   HAVE YOU HEARD OpITHt;  ;���';������ i -\:<..-> -, -, ,���,, ( :!v7��v77.,Vi,ii,,1:7,!,7;4��'^7^l':'.. ' !'  ,    BAHAI FAITm  \ 4 ' , - '        ' i'       I'  ,jabou.L.wua���Mji:u^J3onnlo���.PHiHkau"ii~rKttinc^-^^^ ���i*n~*T  ^mwu^mu^uihiiu NdSI.'.'.'���'''" ���Vh school  sTM^ents or t;vacMlionl  ��na(|o tip by' Mrs., Cay NoIhou,  ,T|1q  travollor^ froip    P9W0II , Hlvor,  Toxuda and Campbell Ulvor all Wont to  ''4Mrsf''Ch��lr lotto'Ji^el^on'H' to I'ulux"  wait for ;tho, bus homo,  m  ���DimeComment  -Dr  11 4,4  Hmitg^lxuMi  paTT'"fioWl  -���questions answered  QUESTION!   JtmT   ihu   lilhly   quotation,  "Tim; fool has said in Ills liimrt thoru  is no god" rathor harsh?  AnnworiTlio absurdity of (ho HjhoJHl'H    slpn --onM, work, ���wllh tho vllliifio parltH  poslllori   Ih  oVIilonl,  iipon  lis  face. <WoT comhiltleii bii, fAitiiro plans for llio urou'.  ' Rovon orgunizntlDns woro roprosoiUctl  collogo Htudehts ,havo done an exception,-  ally flno-^oh.'oi'gi'nMnn ��nd HuporvlHlng  HMoh4lHutlyHl9H��v.iuVd..,.'jil:Hnl1-'...,��i'6,,.UHUHll3f..  availablo fbr,,suoh projects.  ' CQi^monUng^'that' in no way .was this  .,to,i,bo7cbnHldo'i:(^��lus*,an^aUoi'niialvu��.[oi'���,  tho' proposed; rccruatlon   contro,  Mayor  .Liuig foil' thai', if i'iIX. Hecro,ut|on ���Com,pils��  sloiii is formed "it"could" work withHhu-  Jlodroullon Cpntro Coinmlltoo,  /  It wUh /uIho pointed out Uml Sechult  'Vfvillago has,30��,mird*. not nsldo for pttrkn  and recreation and a lUHiroation Cuipiuls-  -k, BOAT FENDERS  A 0OAT CUSHIONS  ir-MPlHfAGK.m  CHECK OUR STOCK OF  MARINE  HARDWARE  Aff"LACi?ESSpRIES  lulKht oxoruiso Homo pationco "wllh"tho  - inan ; who ���lH^hoi)CHllyp;nn ;aKnost|q,"1ho  \\\\\\\ who says," "I do not' lfiigw"| iml  tho hian wlio boldly claims lo know thut  Ch��l does not exist, lakes an absurd and  at* thoMni��otl|iR',and *rcpr(isontallves. \vl  sulinilt'rbpovts oi|' lho propositi al llmli'  rogular meetings',  ll was alsoisliggostod that'notleos bo  w#+ei��w��.i**a<    ^      j, a  CHAIN SAW CENTRE  Cowrio Street, Socholt1  ,phonQ,1.8q579,^,,,ll,1'���,' '���,.'  rldlcultms ponlllon, If Ihoro'ls ono'thing' 'clrdtlftted 'ItJ-'piihiks-hrnuisd n-Ilocfen  ��� Hull ho does nol know, lhat tliliut inlnlil.  bo lhat and' exists. If there Is ono place  In all Iho unlvorm.' whom he  has not  boon, Clod may bo In thai pluoo. Uoforo  a uuiii Krtii flrtiiiiliUonrryTl<iny\ iiuvrtKoil ox<  IhlM, hi) niiuil bo a guil hlmi'-?ir,lIo midit  ; havo all. knowludgo aud.all .|iuwor .and.  bo pnmont In ovory placn, uliui ho cannot  havo tho power to i-owtIvu, that. (Iml  ,wUocu^wUcxljjlLhi^thut,-vvhi��'luiiii-��boyoud^  Ills, own   linwor,  knowledge,  and   placo,  *aio^n\Brdifciirf(T^inn��H6irtKiifl  liuowlodge���lhat , ho knows , avorythlii||.  ���"'���Nn'inniV"t!niroo|Vilsiohlly?iiay*lli'oiiQ things.'"  Thoroforo no" niriiVcaifconslHtonUy my  .that, Clod doos nol oxlsl, Tho doclnha-of  atheism is preposterous and absurd, 11  is'bigoted,1 It Ih  Intolerant, Would you  OPENING MARCM 1    7  ' '��� ��� '���  " ''���' " i1 * 7"'', ���  Mobile Home Pcurk  '""""" Now Accepting ''/;-,���  Reservations.���,,,-,���'', ,(1  1 ,    ��� 1 ',>'��������� 1  SECLUDED LOCATION  ..  ���  ALU- SERVICES - GROWING  MASON ROAD - WEST SECHELT  noxt' to school  885-2375  MANY SPECIALS ADDED  linMwMtaMH^  SAHE ENDS MARCH  11  ,i������,  , i., ��� ,.'i 1, i  ��� pay 1 that  lho  IMhlo  qunlnllon  found-In  ' I'Buhh Ms'l and Mii'.WftilrnlW;., . '. . \\. ,'  .,'   '   '   ������    BRANCH'MO     /' "������"������  ��----ROY^LM:ANADlAN=tEGION--��  SL PATRICK'S DAY DANCE  SATURDAY, MARCH  18,  1972  SECHELT LEGION rJALl  Doors open 8 p.m. - Dancing 9 p.m,-I1 am*  "'  '���"���".".-Music" by'"��� '',      "SUNSHINE RAMBLERS" ^  ,1 1 ' 1 ,. ���  Admission $2,50  ���'* ' REFRESHMENTS''SERVED   ,���   t     ^  WITH  AIT  THE  ^ISf^^ ��>|H:^''WWm,"'*^_     1   ,#4^^(��-J'WSMfl��ls&l<*��f^  BIRD  �����i#&l*1^imiW*>��IWWpft*  VALUES  .'J_'y 'i'.'r'rp ��������������� ���'",���**���  DRAW FOR POOR PRIZES MARCH   11  '" Wfc*��. , ��.i���..44,r.t, .-.-.������ ���~^.���.��.,-����.,,�� �����,��,��.��,������..����������.  ���I J ���"*������"���"���"���""��������.<.,.,p��.,.���.._M^��.ull��,  Ulnder  If lew  I  (iiicuicnwn  '9  I  *��sMft*i*'"*.J*'l,S*,��*Wi  SECHELT BUILDING SUPPLIES  Box 778 '������> 885-2283  / ���   Socholt^  FORMERLY GULF BUILDING SUPPLIES     '^S'i  if��iSWf>t��^4l(HH#ft>�����i|����i  'r. *,..:.��� V  ��r  ,N-      ..._.. __*_    ���._^ . . .       .      ; , ,     , ,    ; 7 -4 ���>���-���������   ��� ;    1 :(-���r^ ^-^ \_       _..--���; ... N ���   -\   - - ���  "JACK- MILLS  MacGregor Pacific  Real  Estate Building  Box 739  Gibsons  ���   *  Phone 886-2121  IaM;iiLn^  -^^lrr>trr^Mhm^4a^wi5^��4^^���  would havo" liked'~n tapr .of it. to play at   .  World Day of Prayer  TnTCtrn^-^TTf-^^^  Muellei  The.  was  vocal  collection  soloist,  amounted  to   $54.34..  U_mW~m'mi^W^mmi_wmmi^'^hr-U_^ni0U_imWW^_fi  Page B-2 The Peninsula Times  Wednesday, March 8, 1972  VMMMWWM����M����IIIW��MI��MiyMMMIrtyiMWIIMM��yw��  PSSST...  (By Jack Mills)  HO I-tlJM. It's been arte ci-f 'llitlsu weeks.  Much to the disappointment ol' one  of our" fans at ���the. bdnk (we won't say  what bank���that's free, publicity���but we  don't Ihink her name, i-s Mary) no one  has insulted us: given us Haedes for anything, or I'vcn ' thrown a '"snide" remark  our way. Seems gal teller can't wail to  read the column to see who's been  chuckling little nasties our way each  week. Shucks, m'am, what's a guy to do?  _Sw4-y--about-4haW we'll try and stir it  up a little and promise to do better next  week.  Speaking of banks, one of the local  merchants was graciously thanked the  other day by a lady for whom he had  cashed a cheque. She was obligated to  him, she said, since he would cash the  cheque  and   the   bank   wouldn't,   Isn't   it  jJoic.B.lhal there are still some kind-,hpa,rlefL.;-!  -individuals  like  that  left?  And speaking of local merchants, a  big  tip  of the  PSSST  pot   (only   in  this  ... .c.ase.���.w.e���liapE-it^spills7alL.. nvpr, h4��r-)-4e���-  the   lady   who   left   that" red   and   white  -jalopy of hers running outside a Gibsons  ^upeirnarket   t'other   day_-_.Nat--Qn.ly 4id���  she take off and leave 'the monster run  ning but she  left two  youngsters sitting  in the  vehicle.  And. from  the  noise-the  the���exhaust   system  lA^Q^tg^S^TQ-^l^i-ic-t-^w^merr-toolc ��� part r  jn   the  World   Day  of   Prayer service  held    in   St.   Mary's   R o m a n    Catholic-  Church  here  last  Friday  afternoon.  Mrs. W. Nygren welcomed the ladies  from various churches/ in Gibsons and  district.   The   theme'was     All   Joy   Be  ''Yours.. The magnanimity of the christians  was manifest in, their participation in  the" program. ,, ���        '  ' \      .  Mrs. T. Peters was organist, and Mrs.  S.  Spain  and   Mrs.  Ii.  McQueen -sang, a  duet. .Mrs. A,   Wagemakers,   cellist,   pro-  yided  pleasing  instrumental  miisic.fc.Mrs.  M.   Rigby  led  in  prayer.  The   address   was   given   by   Mrs.   Tv  _Hume,   an   inspiring'message   ably  deji-  -EattfBTr-b-Fl^y^^  109, looking very smart "in their uniforms,  'helped 'at.the service.'7  ���" Offerings from these services across  Canada provide aid for a variety of projects around the world, including literacy,  relief  and   outreach.  ^llljij��njifwiiMiiMWy*iwvi<WWinn'i^'1*w',n^^ftfiifMww.<vai%iwti^  PJJBBEK STAMPS  .-_COAAAAEROAL--PWNXU^  see THE TIMES  ltutnIUMMWMWMVMMWWWWWI��WW������''��'��*WWWW>>WWWW<��WW��iWWW.  'It  *g  1  ���^iUlMllMMUMMMMMMMMMMMMIllMW*^^  D A N C E  .   (Sponsored by Jack and-Jill Nursery bchpoi;  8:30 p.m. to 1:00 a.m. ��� MUSIC BY PEN  KINGS  MARCH 18, 1972  WILSON CREEK COMMUNTY HALL  No Minors���Door Prizes���Tickets $2.50  each  886-2886. _ 886-2767  __  .S  car   made,,���part���of.  o��e���if;"indeed,  the  crate  had  any  exhaust  system   on  it   at  all.   Yei^tra^Hgringfe^V-eft.^  your kids,  madam?  Who are you trying "������ ' ?   Truck Clears Fence  The truck cleared the fencer^aeb^ygs-later broken by Gibsons RCMP to get the injuredoutr  FEMALE HELI  TED  FOR  DUTIES  IN  A  BEVERAGE ROOM  PART-  -J-HME-  DINING ROOM  FULL-TIME     "  KITCHEN  All Applicants Must Be  Over 19  JHENtmUtAHOfflr- 886-2472  to   kid"?  And speaking of kids, try this'one on  for size. A little item in our former  weekly caught our eye last week because  it showed a former acquaintance of ours   ro-marriedT-^Wha*'s   so   significant" about  that? Nothing, except Mrs. Jessie, Flood  of our former town has 16 children; Her  new husband has 13 children. And. man,  when you gel 2��Tcid��"running around un-   der-one-roofT-you���have to admit���that's  a lot of mouths to feed.. Come to think  of it, we had better explain. She wasn't  ���x, re&lly an acquaintance, but we knew her;  .And isn't it true���"-if ' you could" kick  "the person responsible for most of your*  troubles, you wouldn't'. be able , to sit  down for six months.  And speaking of troubles���this. Bee  Cee Tel has  to be. something else."Two  Four youths injured  in mofsiui^ mishcip  .-������ ���'���77-..   . ���....- '.:,:.7;w  ��� .���- ���Ja  "uPteeks ago we had our new phone instal  led at the office. The number is 886-  -���2-14*4v~So fqp wc--have-Tet:eiveu-n5l^lTt~C5lls"  for the RCMP (number at Sechelt is  885-2121); three for the medical clinic  (number is 886-2221) and two for unknowns. Perhaps ,we are being., too hard  oh BeeCee Tel. Could be finger trouble  T'other day we had a couple of calls  from a gentleman who can't understand  why we don't havo the teachers' salaries  in the paper. The more we1 think about  il the more we wonder what he is trying to prove. Actually the February issue  of The Times showed  teacher*,'  salaries     Aftp    c"nkinP  1h<*   tree    tho  vehiplP  .ranging from $8,000, to, $20,000., But said^,^ -       velll^le  gentlemen  feels this  isn't  good enough    ^nded on the Henry Hinz property.  and  for some  unknown  reason  feels  the     por   Quick   Results   Uae^Times -Adbriefs  loca,l   pi-ess is trying   to, suppress, these *.?'., "I?1    . ..     .". �� U        AdDnets  figures. Humbug and hogwashl We've as-     "~Zii  sured him that if he feels such informa-     411  tion is  vital to the  public then  he can  get tho figures;  write us a  letter; sign  FOUR Gibsons youths were hospitalized  . as a result of a single vehicle accident  at   the   corner   oi  Fletcher   and   School  Roads in��(jibsons early Saturday morning.  sThe driver.of his father's 1964 %  tori truck, &$_r\ Phare, VI, received lfice|-  atioh& to the head. Lome" Kevin * Jones,  16, suffered facial injuries-and had-both  to negotiate^ the turn on to Fletcher.  The truck cleaned a fence and ended  up. oh the Henry Hinz property.  . Several members of the Gibsons Fire  Department were, on the scene around  1:10 as the'inhalator truck and power  jack were used to free the passengers  from the vehicle! Rescue operations took  ft  �����  GIBSONS MARINE  SERVICES LTD.  SUNSHINE COAST HIGHWAY  ~Ber397 " Phone 886-7411  "COMPLETE-AUTOMOTIVE REPAIRS"  TOM  SHELDON,  LICENSED  MECHANIC  NOW ON DUTY FOR ALL AUTOMOTIVE SERVICES  OIL CHANGES, ETC. 7  HEAVY DUTY MECHANIC  ��� ENGINE REPAIRS  ������TUNE-UPS,-. ETC,  tegs-broken  in  two  places.  Kelvin Jay���ground 30 'minutes before the-'youths w6re  GIBSONS MARINESERV ICES L  Star, ,17, received head injuries and^lacet  ���ationy-to-^ihe^-fajcer-He was' first takerrto"  removed.  0,   ,.     ,   ���     ..,, ....   4.   ���   ... The truck apparently cleared a five-  St. Marys Hospital along with th? other foot fence and hit a tree-about 10 feet  three youths, but was later "transferred ^bove'.the ground before it landed. Both  to Vancouver for mediqal-attention. Wil-. |ront v/heels were sheared from the  ham Lloyd Vaughn, 16, suffered a-broken. j0ur.wheol drive Vehicle. The motor of  $'��� '���'... the  truck was  driven, back so far that  A Gibsoios-RCMP. spokesman said the .the;-carburetor was found later near the  Phare vehicle was-travelling 'irv-an-reast-- ���'gear -shift���Investigation- into 'the ac-  erly direction on School Road and failed ,,cident7continues.  Strikes   Tree  n   ��  ��  VILLAGE OF  GIBSONS  WARNING   DOG R  WHEN IT COMES  TO  CARPETS   LL��n?i.^JUtqulfLbo^mo>;Q.Uwn.pleas6JUo ,.,  publish it. So far no roBponsuTl^fcrhews-"  paper has no intention /if-^suppj-es.sing  anything. But what, pray toll, .would  listing Individual sulni-lcs in the paper  prove?  One render reports his wife Ih making progress with her driving Iohhohh,  "Right now .she can purl; the front of  the car,"  Or, as thoy nay, nothing V more con-  fimlng  unci  li'iislratlng  for  n  man  than  driving behind n woman who docs every.  f^7. vhhVK>lHhi,     , ��� . ,  Tho  flrRi  CongroBH 'of tho ynlvorfml  Postal   Union   to   tako  'plnco, in   North .  Amoricn during thin century look place  ^iS^iii^ilwM*^���*.*^*^*'*^***  NfEVJEN'S  RADIO & TELEVISION  dealer for:     ZENITH  FLEETWOOD  ADMlRAC- PHILIPS  *K * * .  ���^r^^YERYTHING^FOR-  "*"  "HOME ENTERTAINMENT  'Ph, 886-2280 Gibsons, B.C.  "Iilililtil!llllllllllll!llllllllltlllllllllllllllllltll!!llir  i .4^^7v����*! AllV��rfog ,.iiot,un!di0r���lQasl|AfQMnd^wjthi.nJ;lioJ/Jl.lj9igeA  of Gibsons is liable to be picked up and impounded in  accordance with the Dog Regulation By-law.  Complaints have been received that dogs are  again becoming a nuisance, and cases of children being  bitten have1 been reported, Unless parents and residents co-operate in keeping their dogs at home, or on  a leash, it can result in charges being laid against the  owners. ; ~~~"    T~"~T"''   .,,,,,.' .,  ,  ,"' ��� >:   ^  DAVID JOHNSTON  Municipal Clerk  10  KENDeVRIES  1659 Sunshine Coast.Highway at Wyngaert Rood7Gibsons   Phone 886-7112 ' .,'.;:  ��� CARPETS   ��� TILES   * LINOLEUMS  ���    HOURS;-1��� 7.v,-y77��..,;-; y^- = ���-.���  Closed Monday, Open 9 a.m, - 6 p,m, ��� Friday Night Til 9 p.m.  WESTFAIR PRODUCTS  ^R��AX\T^ll^ETriI"M   ������ VAWJB-..,-..������.��� ,-  Buy   Wcitfalr . and   ontorour. CCM  10 ipocd blko contotr, Enfor ni ofron  ai you"lika-r^ach" Wf rf formtiirtfiit:  havo  5  VYoirfalr product labels  at*  rachad.  Clonlnq dato Sat., April   1.  li'v.,  ���#mpmim>i>m*mh*  WESTFAIR*AsSOCIAfE--~ GIBSONS  HlS'MM��iiW!^*��WWW<w^ |i^#iWM����Mw^J��n��f^y<W^iMP*��((!i��^^  PRICES^EFFECTIVK^MARCH^^ TO* 11  .���#***-*^sWSW*����4J  ����*'������ ������ Wj��*H��*(iMll't  fli*%l>��������BIV*WI��(l&W��^(  YOUR  moM  BUYS  MORE.  AT  YOUR  LUCKY  DOLLAR  STORE*  LARGE EGGS  Grade  .A-^59*  ���WesHngliouse.lAMB_,  Jnsldo Jrostcd.,��� ���*%���;,,���, >j fffaj)  40-60-100 W. .,-... if for If 5^7  CORN BEEF Loaf  Boston,  12 ox.-tln ..  S9  ���^ax.)YfllL���H,a.Mfo* ^.^^IJQ.  ��� 10 ox. Jar ..v����,f'.��l4...,..j,��.> J^q m^r  ^JWAX  CutrltrRcflllr  100' Ml...:.  SCOPE  MOUTH WASH,  17 o*, ^ottlo ,.  TTTr r  uf 4 w # 19 . ����� tt* * * pi. iv  139  -**PauflnrCho<o|atc'Chlp7  ���   2 lb, baa "  'In^^iii ���'���" ii ,'m1 i.i1 ���)��� I'y'iii mrti'i i;  w  wiih PORK  !.;. .,777  ^biaH H^^^ijlB^J'^ '��^ H/paJr^H^k  CANADA.  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'       0& i ���,', W&0&M  Malklni, 14 ok, ::; JL for SJ1,  , p^^W ^^1^ 9K^^"  ��Ha^4WW��FW��W��w^��4WW4��4��*  .,4"*4fff,M��,4��.|,��w.�����,, ,   4^,,  MMMM.  itlMMMM  9<mm  yi..,.l  'II 't  ****** *  ;��*    .\yt*H*  mmmisi^mmm^9^<immm0m��fim^^  %��w$��m����t4'��i��f4*^^ . ���      " X  __**. .+ ,mpmr*m*mm_  OUC'S  Appliances  GIBSONS  See Us First  for  Gibsons -OAB^gxpiip- hos tin  Pensioners for Action Now  MEMBERS of 'Gibsons Branch 38 Old  Age Pensioners Organization have agreed to investigate the amis and objects  of the recently formed Pensioners for Action Now group in Vancouver and to this  fctid have set an open meeting with Tom  Alsbury, chairman of the PFAN, here  in Gibsons, March 18.  All pensioners are invited to attend  this meeting, which w*ll lake place in  lhe United. Churc-h, hall at 2 p.m. A silver  eolU-clion (optional1���������wilj l>t* taken in support of the group. ;,   .:  The Ac'tion Now group.plans to launch  a national drive to get comrfi it meats from  federal parties to a new pension policy.  T,he chairman from .Vancouver will discuss plans to raise the basic old age pension from $80 to $"150.  Local presideat L. D. MacLaren said  the group now has organizations set up  as far away* as Winnipeg.  Action Now hopes to enlist the services of influential-speakers and writers  such as Alan Morley and former mayor  of Ottawa, Cha,rlo.tte....WhittQn.   One spokesman for the group said his  --^r-gamjratTons-is-Trbt askirig~for handouts,  just a return for a lifetime of labor- ser-  cop volleyball journey  ' WITH   four   straight   wins   under   their  belts the girls from Gibsons Elemen��  tary School came out on top of the district elementary school volleyball tournament held at Elphinskm�� -Secondary  School last Friday.  Teams from Gibsons, Roberts Creek,  Madeira Park, Sechelt and Langdale took  part in the tournament that saw each  team play four 2Q, - minute games. Students from Elphinstone officiated at the  tournament.  Elementary school teacher D a v \\ d  Remple said a similar tournament for  the boys is in the planning stages.  Meanwhile, a boys' and girls' team  from Gibsons Elementary will travel to  -M. J. Shannon Elementary in Surrey this   Saturday to take part in a *20-team inter---  school   volleyball    tournament? Fourteen  Sjankist  Up for Bids  The sailboat Sunkist is up for bids  aftejr its skipper, George Beaton  Grey * of Vancouver, * is presumed  drowned when hev was knocked off  the vessel near Popham Island February 19. Beached at Gibsons, it has  been the recipient of many a won'  be buyer these past few days.  Gibsons court news ...  itfiiGHiilerest^^  Local hotel theft c^jQir^e  warranty six months jail  JAMES   Lyle   Wishart / (MeKinnon)   of     chael Edward vBetfgeft appeared in court  Tillicum Bay, .near Sechelt, appeared     on charges of wilful damage, JPrummond  schools, including Langdale, w^ -participate.  Scores are^ killed ...  Practising bicycle safety  in 44' sailing vessel  SUNKIST, the beached sailboat that saw  its owner knocked overbbarcT near  Popham Island, February 19, is drawing  a lot of interest in Gibsons from prospective hi  in court on a charge oi tfreft dye? $5U7He~   Was given a^s'xTfo^^s suspended sen-,  was sentenced to six monms;getiffitS''M""ience   and" cflde"ed   to ��� jjay��� ,,'datiiagte'"rtri"  12 months indeterminate. ��� This, theft oc-     the amount of $40.^4. Bergen was fineid  curred   at  the .Peninsula THotfel  on  the     $50   and   ortii3t"ed ���& jiay   damages ,bl  early morning.: pf;JaWu^y:-25^tMs^yeaf.     $40.84.   Th^^^^a^e   when   fy&\.  is responsibility of rider  THE   FOLLOWING     rules   on     bicycle  safety were submitted by a Peninsula  Times   reader.   We   have   to   agree   that  they do make sense.  BICYCLE SAFETY: Issued By the  Motor-Vehicle Branch in the interest of  safety.  Scores are killed and thousands are  injured through bicycle accidents in  Canada. A reassessment of responsibility  4s-~nei^ssaE5t--otL__the^ part���ef -both��� the.  motqr-vehicle   operator   aiftl   the   bicycle  rider.- Section  173  of  the  Motor-Vehicle"  Act states that a person operating a bicycle   upon   a   highway   has   the   same  duties and rights as a driver.._oJLa motor-  your size so that you can reach to the  ground comfortably from a seated  position.  Safe driving is a combination" of  knowledge, abilities, and attitude,This  applies to operators of motor-vehicles and  bicycles alike.-  Don't forget tonight  Sea Cavalcade meets  ALL interested are reminded that a very  important Sea Cavalcade meeting will  The 44' vessel was TbroiighLintb-  Gibsons -harbour "last   month   by   John  .Smith .of Smitty's Marina .here,.,and ..has   been sitting on its side going through tlie  tortures of incoming and outgoing tides,  the curious arid the serious intentional  buyers. One vessel owner suggested tliej  sailboat now could cost around' "SiriS,!  to $50,000.  George Beaton Grey; hisjon, Richard  Allan, Mitchell Douglas Stefanek and  Carl William Munger, all of Vancouver,  were sailing around Popham Island, outside of Gibsons, when they ran into  rough waters. The senior Mr. Grey ap-  parently   reached   for   the  sail and._..was.-  TSfocKecT overboarcTTXttempts by his son  "-"SKane7BQuglaS^Ste^^^^  was fined $5,06 ,ahd senlenWd' to\6tie7 the ^nitisyj*p-pe|^ana7a lumber-Truck  day in jail-on a'char,ge,of7public mis- ^ found'���'$?��*&$. ,Headlights, signal  chief. The charge arose when Stevenson [lghts 'and w*nash\eld. The third person  reported his_jzar_jBH.s stolen and caused has also ber^. cttarged and will be ap-  " ice-lQ,enter into a false invest* ga-    Paring in court.  tion. The accused had-rolled his vehicle Wendy Bfajriard. of Gibsons was fined  iiraiilicaM^^  ^    Perry   Douglas   Drummond   and   Mi-    ranee.  COLOUR TV  (OR BLACK AND WHITE)  it    Ranges  ir  Washers and Dryers  AGENT FOR TOP  QUALITY  HITACHI  PRODUCTS  -iry-R^M^prators-  ir Dishwashers  886-7244  886-7560  For  Quick  Results Use Times Adbriefs  'vehicle. In general terms, the following  ?sets out bicycle riders', responsibilities:  1.   The   MptQr-vehicle   Act    sets   out  Jse held at the Gibsons Athletic Association hall tonight (Wednesday) at 7:30 p.m.  Plans for this year's event, which will  to rescue him .were to no ayail.  A B.C. Standard tanker, captained by  Allan  Ross,  was   in  the  vicinity ��� of .the  sailing  vessel at  the  time  and  Captain  ~Ross~ s~ein7sdme"of HfiiTcrew'T^mb^reTIS-  the scene.  X  rules for-bicycle riders.* Sonne  oi  them     be held July  1 and 2,- are -getting well >lump matron, dining out/to friend  are: The bicycle operator      ??5-'  7        under\yay'-arid organizers are hoping fbr     "I love these French restaurants. I nevisr   :  (a) shall not ride on a sidewalRp .   ewtf~tirrrrb^^���kTroYr-Tf-^hat-IJnr^  (b) shall ride as near as possible to right     can be rnystered is required. or not" ���       '.   ,,  side of roadway;  ENTFARE  ,��.,,,���  For the infbrmdf(o^ the Powell .pjyer;Syn-  shine��oasi Regional Area we would a^^  ;jhgnges:.2ujj^ ,���...��� .,.',���,��� ,,,.,,,���.���,..,,.,,������..,.,,.,���.,. .^ v:.,,.1';i,7.���. ,���,���,.. ,,,. ,���,,' vt.,,.,,.iM,.^,  1. On April 1, 1972 single (passenger and/or vehicle)  resident fares will be obtainable to persons who are  -^dbletopresent" their re^idfrtf  the ticket booth at time of travel.  ���������rf1^.��.f*.**.y*^?..!fi  (c) shall not ridTabreast pf another bi-    ^WMIMmm'Mm��,UJU^^  cycle; ���   ''" -'"'������ -:}i:-���-- ������������"���'������"-- ^-- ���������>������������ --' ������ .......     ���,,    .....  (d) shall keep at least one hand on the  .. ...handle?bars,;.v, , r-.,���T..~:.-..:;r....--.., ^--.-.y  (e) shall" ride -only upon-the seat of the���  ._���bicycle-;-r- ���.-���- ----   (f) shall not permit a passenger on, the  .bicycle .unless tjhie bicycle,is specially  designed  and  equipped;  (g) shall not- ride a bicycle on a highway  .rj..��,.4.where signs prohibit its .use,,or-upon;,i,  a roadway if a usable bicycle path is  provided- adjacent to the roadway;  (h) shall not take hold of another, vehicle,,,  for the purpose of being drawn along  or "hitching a ride."  2, Bicycles  must  be  equipped  with  lights and reflectors, when operated uftev  ..dusk-an-before-dawnp-as follows.^ u--4�����4_-  At the front���a whlto light, visible from  500 feet.  At the rear���a"'rod light, oi' ah'''''apprbved"'"  rod reflector,   A 0-lnch section- of the -r.m mud-guord   must bo painted while.  Also l-ocommendod is plucinfi while reflective material ,on tho front forks,  .    and recU-Qfloctlvo material showing to ���,.,'  tho roar..      ,  3, Traffic rules, mndo for molor-vo-  hlclo   optM-utors-alHo^apply, -.to - bicycle  ' riders, and Include tho following:  (a) Mu.it mako a full mop at STOP signs.  (l))MuHt  yield   to "traffic'on   tho  ritfht  whicl]i enters Intersection, at naimotlmo  . '  as'blcyclp rider.       "���'"''"'       "'"' "���"* "������'���''.''  (a) Eight turns to bo mado from right  -"r,���'T?ldo",-*of- Tondwny7-nf tor- t,'l v in r- si gn ��1,   (d) Wl'l-'turns from' m closo to contro of-*���  roady/ny  t\n posslhla, but only  aftor  loft-turn sifinnl Is given.  WKffcT^t&^fl^  ���    oibor vohlqloH lo patis,  -  (0 Passing"on 'tho  right  in 'not  lofiaV  " "oxcc'pt'oh lahdd Vo'iidwayfi, or if olhoi   vehiclo Is" about tn make a loll turn,  A, Safoty demands that  (a) you equip your bicycle wltli a wood  1)0,11 or horn |  (b) your bicycle has brakes that will stop ���  ~* -��� Jt,-and-hole!-it*atopped)���^,*��~w|*,i��<w*^"  ,,(c),your hundio-bam Hbu, at right height,  nro tlRhUy ndju.st^l, .'iifnd fitted with  ".,,T"iJflnn��wY(H07'T>nr"aripffr*~~!���" ���*-":���  (d)othoi1  equlpinont,  such    an  fenders,  chain, poilaln, wheels and .liros need .  t,o ho proporly odjuntod und in good  condition;  (o) your bicycle pont In adjiifltod no that  your, log forms n ntralght lino when  -'you��-BliWwltlii-you��whooUon-.podftl4~at���  lowcnt polnti ,  (t) your bicyelp frame Is well suited to  2. Any member.oiqiaroilyi travelling alone will need an  identification card if he/she wishes the resident's rate.  It therefore is necessary for each family; member who  expects to! travel without the; head of the lamily to  obtain individual resident identification cards, It  shoujdibeinoted^  plete resident's affidavits for minors. Identification  cards will be available at the fpllowing locations  until March-15, 1972 at the times listed. Thereafter  ��� apJy-^vaiJabl��^t4ha4f^rry.4��rminalsr������*.���������<-   ��� *fj*��.f'-.4<\ -!j-Hi-.:i'-ii^  1,  Sechelt Motor Transport, Secholt, B.C.  Tuoadoy to Saturdoy: 9:00 a.m.-6:30 p;m.  4u^iffH,*awrJiiiiBWhiwnirtrwiiiiaM>��Mw*��'itwwi>iih  mttmrnMiAamMmmt'"  2, Ponder Harbour Fishing Resort, Mndoira   Park, B,C/  Monday to Friday: 9:00 a.m.-5:30 p.m.  To close March 10, 1972-  37 Tourist Information Bureau, Powell   Rivor, B,C,   Monday to Saturday: 9;00 a.m.-5:00 p.rri.,,  i' i, ,   i "  ���rDally��� Business Hours r~.,���:_7,���..,.,,,.  ...   1.  Langdale Terminal, Langdale, B.C.   2,  Saltory Bay Terminal, Saltory Bay, B.C.  .3,_RurchasQ-oLcommutor-books-wllUnot-bQ-nocostary-  .". .qftor April 1, 1972.  1971  TOYOTA DELUXE  2 door Sedan. Automatic transmission. 20,000 miles. ~--^  FULL  PRICE  $iSio  $75.00 down & $75.00 per month  1971 DATSUN  .- -si*oRtijeouifE-  4cyi:4:Jpeea^iil3;000  ^���r^~��<yyy\ jfii|leSf ^^i'^v^^'&s.  :t  2  door.  4 cyl.; 4 speed.  Radio.  7i7:77;77^2O,b60.;*miles. 7   .  FMLLJ  price"  850  $75.00 down &,$75.00 pef month.  FULL,  PRicE  r   .   .  50  i  1970 DATSUN  DELUXE 10OO  4 cyl.  4 speed,  Radio,  25.000 '  .miles.  ��� M f-JF^st'lil':* i t'l��t��l'tl*��'(*i,l4-4*��n^i"��i4i*ir (IffltWiW *i*i  ��� ,>Wi!<ll,*"'jl^>fS.*S*'*iM��*W��Wir44!  ,,,���., FULL,,  PRICE  $55.00 down & $55.00 per month  T"  $70.00 down & $70.00 per month  197a TOYOTA  CORONA. MARK II  , 4Kspeed, Radio. ,15,500 miles.  FULL  PRICE  $90.00 down & $90.00 per month  197�� CHEVROLET  CAPRICE  2 door Hardtop. V8., Auto. P.S.  MR��AwlUi(i|o.M,yiiiy|Mtop^17,Q0>0.  miles.  FULL  PRICE  $130 down & $130 per month  1971  CHEVELLE  4 door Sedan. V8. Automatic.  Radio.   Fpcrory warrianjy,   50,00'  miles,  TRicr^JlyiS"  i i  $^20 down & $120 per month  .a  1966  FAIRLANE 500  4 door Sedan. Va, 3 speed standard. 44,000 miles.;' 'Very '^clban i  throughout.      ;,'.   .  FULL  TRICE  '  I..77,,,  _____  _r  $37.00 down 8^ $37.00 per monlK  ���  1968 ACADIAN  Super; Sport COUPE  350 hp. V8. 4 speed. Z28 options..  P��w|traction. Mags. Stereo, ete^  ', I.  FULL  >2495  PRICE  $90.00 down o\,$90.00 per month  beautiful place  |tr f,    I .H   fV.  rt*-i\\    ft.     t<-t\ffU*tfir'.^*   il'   thf  I BH*^l)l-ifHt*iH.>W  4, pomm^ter tickets in circulation after April 1, 1972  f I ll^be^ honorocJr--T��---^^  ��\  mc^'wafi^iit0w4w��iiwwwwi't  l.'i. ',-.  i mtl��tstmmtwm  t mess jmIKI ll5H wtUMIBIA ffclilD  m. PBP ^m*m.m0 f   BI  i    |n(P^  ��� A'l'f",,ii'�� Jii"'i'wi'i#i/HifHH';>i'. ii-��i R��i'fM,|��iHf*.Ai,i  %%    UP        ���*������ -|'--TvT^.>��7-r;.;::,,y\ ,7,,.. .r\ L__^__  PfionoyLangdale J386-224^ ���  Saltory Bay 407-9333  1969 FORD  -ECONOLINE  E300 Super Van. l|6 hp 6 qyl,  Std, transmission, 35.000 miles,  ���,,,,���.,,���    A-l .condition ,   ,  mil$2495  $90.00 d^n^$?0;p^^  1968 G.M.C.  V ton 7 (Flat :Deck~  Pig 6- cyl, 4 ipcted,, Power brakes.  Poiitraction,  ��!W5kl��Wfi!9W!>*-1*  M$95  0 lf>,f.  r.ua;  PRICE , .,.  ^,Zhi^l7:,.%,':  tftfimmmmummmmmmtm.  'V"f'l '*  T7T777  1970 DATSON  ���1000 DELUXE  2 door Sedan, Radio, Only 9,000  miles. Four brand new Mres,  ���Hw/MtWpisSwaitwM^ itMWti _  ��--'"W*tit*W* .���^^!>#iHMm*'��#VwW"***^^ BM 4rfeTep��M��fi  -  S^1550;  I7$58;00llttw8r$58;OO-pw niontli^  ��� i-  -M,  OPEN EVERY DAY EXCEPT SUNDAY 9:00 A.M. TO 6:00 P.M.  FAST'EASY FINANCE  Mf��t��*^��#��riM��a.��^  HI^M^ftrml>^*^W��^IU^)^^  TRADES WELCOME  ,\\ ,....iW|itini*HI ���'  ^���IIIJIMWJMII^!  H-ISirarl"  GIBSONS  886^114  ,..,.v.  .' , ftw ,y<i ,,'u'\ \,  f���   ,,    ill*'.'..."!        i    i '/I  'TI  .iw.   . , >     I���w,l     �� t '     '\ I  4,$,*.*,     4,,14���  GIBSONS  886-7114 v��  t*^ v~  .''V  wmmfammm''��*tyv#>  iM$4q$*!^^  mtwmmmmmm  mim��m^m>ls>^mm  "i '  tttieMtaWpttMRI  ��^tmf^m^mmmm  mm I 'mMMmw&m  Hyy��!WilWy*i^^  ,',,.  .<y,.���* a,v "," ���'" l-7/ ''V1' ,"^)-'u'  ...  *��1  **L*m~  m*ty*it*4w*i*m\ ^***w^!(U%.i*��UUiif<^^  '      l "    k '  _    I  1    '    '    . '        '' i ���> �� ' i '  '', '   ,:   '7        '    ,   * ��� :  ^4 4t  :...��j'��� i,,  'i i  ���  44       'I      11   f * IH ,.,'4'    I ^ ,  *mm*vm��m*iimp_wm��b4t*i*i*siMe^  in    ,1       fl. ,n ��� 11 .*,. J ^. J,����.... Hi. n ...M j,, ���,, 1 ,��� 4 J ������ * ���"'-- ��� -- ��� * ....^-'' 1.11 If, tf iM,.[.^i 1 h.i M1IM1 ^, _*_.,.. ���,,..,hni...ifi,.l..,y*i^BiTMIMi,^,.MIM..MAi M^iB* tl_l l_l'_l  *m4*&m,tmmfwr**A,  m*ml/_w*^e*^wwim$HimWilW.k  i'  7 '     , 7S  HP.   ,<| 007 *'"--4��� ^M^wmMimitrtmtMiffl  ,00l sower i&R-u&nr ^ 7 ^^^^^^��   -^  / i -i __ __=ii -^    ��> ���., e 1 c ^\ %a r c .IKrnfcrc^c���1  awarded bf vjttage  ^A TOTAL   or   $83,387   in   son-tracts*- was  awarded   by   (jibsons   village   council  ,ist   week   in   the   second   phase   of   the  municipality's   sewage   system.   The   tend-  - 7rs coven-d the treatment plant'and necessary   adjoining   operations.  Cluiltcr. Hydraulics and Machinery  received the highest contract, $45,997 for  lhe treatment .plant. Tenders for the  pumping rWt ol' the system ,w..ent, to  Valid ConsUuc'.ion, Surrey lor $28,336.  \ ^Qther accepted, bids were tendered by   I7rj.ninal ^i^-I-i-onworksr-tr-ittings)- $3-28;  Canadian ^ohnh-Manville (cement as-  licstos pipe), $7,680 and - Lamron Ltd.,  (iron   pipe)   $11,045.   ,  In other council business-elementary  ��� cl'iool principal-Georgii Cooper referred  io lhe number of dogs in the qrea which  �� were becoming a nuisance. The village is  now looking for a dogcatchcr bul^so far  have   had   no luck.  I  S     1779 Wyngaert Road, Gibsons  Wholesale and retail��� glass anp mirrors cut to-size  Specializing  s   in  Aluminum  Windows  and  Doors  "OPEN TOR RETAIL5 SALESSATURDAYS ���-   ���  NOW OPEN AT  Phone 886-7359  '  I  ��� -     -     ���      :  ���  V  ?:  From the pulpit  ���by Pastor Gerry Foster,  Gibsons Pentecostal Church  Visitors from Vancouver Also from  Thailand  Shown with Dr. and Mrs. John Toop  (centre), who gave informative presentations   on  Thailand   to   Gibsons  Elementary School children last  week Times correspondent . Mrs.  Marion   Charman . (left)     and   Mrs.  George  Cooper,   wife  of  the   school  principal.  THE ASSISTANT dean of science at a  Canadian university was asked his  personal beliefs in orthodox religion. He  answered, "If there is a"God, L am not  too happy with him. Not when I see  slaughter and torture and the murder of  babies."  To many, this is a puzzling question.  Perhaps a salisractory answer eannot be  given in a rew words but I ask these  (jueslions: Who slaughters and tortures  human beings?���other humans; who mur-  -ders babies?- adults who should know  better. Suffering in the world is not easy  ���in understand. But most agree its source  VISIT  IBPS  PORT  MELLON  LOCAL 297  OFFICE  (Behind  DeVries Carpet shop on  Highway)  6:00 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. Wednesdays  10:00 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturdays  Bring your Unemployment Insurance problems  You can also register for available jobs   .  If you have a job vacancy phone 886-2722  We might be able to help you   _��_   -h,���c-rrk�����tjtt���may   ask,���"Why���dors���rrot-  (*<nd   destroy   the  evil, in  the  world?"   If  he did, sir, you, I nor anyone would be  left. ��� .-������' .  ..      .  . R. P. SEPTIC TANKS  . The .bible.. iiay.a,.?.'!^Sli3te��efc^*r=ffiattC  sows,   that   he   will   also   reap."  This,  professor   said   he   is   not   too  . happy with God, if there is one. I wonder  if  God  is  happy   with  him,   or  you  by  -tot-���tivat���matter.  Teachers'"Association  Support lettuce boycott  THE SECHELT Teachers' Association, an  affiliate of the British Columbia  Teachers' Federation, voted last week at  ils membership meeting to give full support  to  the  international   lettuce  boycott  of the United Farm Workers' Organizing  Committee���AFL-C'IO)     according     to   a  -ithrteirreTTtH-ssttecr-bT���Hie asSTKrratioTr        "  +r  MANUFACTURERS OF FIBERTRON PRODUCTS  Fibreglass septk tanks are light  ==7i(140^bs.)^Me^  4.  AVAILABLE  AT YOUR  LOCAL  Page B-4  The Peninsula Times  Wednesday, March 8, 1972  '.*MWMWUUMMUIWt<Wi  jUMUMMMHMUWMMMMIiyilWIIIi^^  HWIAWIWUIMIIIMV  Students   Learn  About  Thailand  Students at Gibsons Elementary  School- were   treated  to  slides, and   .Ip"llf,f'''" 'llf'"' "lca oxcopt lettuce; grown  The boycott is being carried out to  gain union recognition for more than  10,000 lettuce and vegetable workers in  California and Arizona. A similar five-  year boycott against -grape', growers rc-  ���cotrHy;���rcstrltcd���in���amon-ncontract for  20,000 grape workers.  The  teachers' association  resolution is  asking all  its members  to refuse to  buy  JU  Building and  Supply Companies or  Septsc Tank Coratrqctors  Gibsons  . j J '��� i  886-2953  :-<h  v.W;  -Box���7.39r-.Gibsons,^B.C.  886-2121  articles from Thailand last week as  Dr. and Mrs. John Toop made two  presentations to the youngsters.  Presentation on Thailand  given at elern. school  by  Marion  Charman  DR. John Toop''''arid-Mrs.- Toop were al. -"  Gibsons Elementary School on  Wednesday, March. 1 when they showed  colored-slides of Thailand, where' tho  couple have spent many years.  In addition, to being a medical doctor^  'aivcr:Kui'geciiii 'D'rv Toop'is also an ardent'  photographer,  In lho morning, 90 children were en-   thralled'" with the 'b'daulifUT''plcluresarid  .showed  a' keen  Interest  by  Ihoir  many  AN   IMPRESSIVE   Thinking   Day   cere-     collected   for   Thinking   Day   were   pre-     questions about the country and tho work  inonv   combined   with  an  enrollment     scnted. to   District    Comniissionor. Ann     which Iho.Toops love so much..     "~  was liuid February 215 by the IFlrpt Gib-    Thompson by Kerl Mnhlmwn. Sixty children enjoyed the afternoon  sons Cluide Co Thu following badges wore presented:     showing. Mrs. Toop spoke of learning Ihe  challenge and bakers, Bronchi Derby; difl'icull. language, and showed Items of  cooks, Kerl Mahlman;,. child euro and .clothing.... .from... Thailand; .demonstrating  hostess, Charlene While; hqsloss, Cathy     how Ihoy aro worn, as well as display -  by those six companies lhat have signed  ���cou'irarts with Ihe. .iini.nn.-and-jvhoge lettuce bear the black eagle union JaTieTr  Support Peninsula Industry'  Thinking Day   "��� ���iiwimi������������mini��� �����������^i���..^  '"'^  First Gibsons Guide Gd;  holds impressive derempny  YOUR,  COMMUNITY  OWNED  Food ^ryj^^jmtr<e^_Semjingy  The~Sup'SMW0~Cp^t~F9W^OV&r  54 years and. Growing With  The Community Every fear  A   V ���������.������  GRADE  A  Kori Mahlnuin gave an introduction  tit tho proceedings as 'ouch; girl In turn  lit. a candle pfl'rlulnlng, to TV certain conn-  D'y and placed II 011 a vory pretty trefoil shaped cuke which hud been mndo  by Urondu Derby. The enrollment now  look plui-o_whlch saw Maureen Korsythu,  K Im'bdrTuy1 nilTlojoirif'iilTcl'"'Roxiha Hnnl~  lugs welcomed Into the company. Pictures  wore taken and  then thu pennies  CROSSBOWS  NOW OPEN  IN  GIBSONS  White; keep fit, Carol Dmighorly and  Siman Voedoy; dancers, Melanlo Mahlnuin; I'ive-yoiU' Hlarn, Waul Uannlger,  Cull-y While and Churlono While,  ���T,rAf|,j,. . t lur final yrosontatlons the' c'ako  was served to tho gli'ltl1 and'tholr purenls  by Brcndii Derby and l3ot,b Lepage,  A reminder lo allBrownlo and Clulclo  ;.iutilh;QVH^h"09}it UidiQi." Auxji)��ry will  be'held on March 17 at 10 u.m, In 'the  Anglii-i-n Cluirclv Hall. Dbn't let your  pre-schoolers keep you at homo, Bring  Ihom along, wllh tlielr I'uyorltQ ��� toy and  ing numerous curios,  Looal yoiingslors hero woro delighted  to soo the charming momentos and valuable souvenirs, all pf \yhich helped them  picture life In that fan iiwuy country.  ��� :  ���Tho'HlidoH Included sconos, I'lowerk,  birds, lho pooplo, and showed progress  In hoMpltals, as woll as Impressive views  of, 1 rice rioWf!^]lUC,'W.tlWOwW,lll>  ��n��.l.  native workdrs.       '  LEGof LAMB  BREAKFAST  Teon-agur   on   phono    as   his   I'athei  stands   by.  "I'm  olennlng my  room.  A  el Ihom play with llio others while you   "Toi'mar WC'fmi^^  m-j*ryTn'rnvTn'ri'r,tiri,\'iTRiiir     ' ���'-' '"T-^nir^TnTTWjk P  ���ft* Kl��lffiWW��WTf*.f W*  Specializing in Economical  '"hut"'Durable Crossbows  ALL CUSTOM-MADE  CK0S3130WS_ ���     ,  .GUM STOCK    "T"*  REFINISHING, ETC.''  CROSSBOW STRINGS  MADE  TO  FIT ALL  CROSSBOWS  ���'W  -CROSS(30\?V-"l30l:TS-  _(|<4t<ju'_.uud,~huntli*'.p���  ��� CUSTOM HUNTING BOLTS  ctuam  t  ,~~<*M..m.1,.1..  9j30 p,m, to T?30 a.nii  "PTiza Availablo  IftftHP&l*  ^***S*W*0St��!tt^^  ,.  ALLEN-SINCLAIR  CROSSPOWS  BOX 137 .SECHELT .  *w���Phono ,885-2476  ��**ft'"i if"  <"���*  t ifi       .  r.4  ,..W(i^^  mmmmmmmmmfflmmiffl&i  m&Mttom-m,&wMi*&**y>m*<ifr  Join-Thor��Fun  PEHINSULA  Hlglivvjiy 101  Cover Chargo  4.,  JL_L  <HWf��  '.if  .,'t*4  . ,��,J  7 'i>.,,*i.  I"  ���it*.,t^h'^  Dunco to tho  ROAD  RUNNERS  *>(P%^( H ^0 n wtI %" W m  iWARCH TI ^v^^'^ffffirr  ���v.Y^yBVfirATMViWftVJ^^^  1   The Peninsula  "Wed  ���i r  Bojt 739,  Gibsons, B.C.  886-2121  rnnirTiiiaraiMnwiiiiiiiiiiwwHiiiiiiiiiiMBn n ��� i   irir._i_i_rwm_-n__r___f__i_n__T_rwr_r\f^^  in��Ji?_Iime4f ^ ^_j^ge jj: Giftsons* JVfffte Blaney nominatedvvt.  dnesday, March W,^W1      __ ~r������ >'���   ^ ,. r~���* r��� y��������   ,.  Gibsons editorial comment  I  has the right answer  WHILE we don't go along with .the  ���'���' Vancouver Sun's policies in toto, an  editorial in that daily newspaper last  week hit the proverbial nail on the head  insofar as the B.C. government ban on  liquor and  tobacco advertising goes. The  '._  %  Sun believes the���ban is childish and unworkable. And so do we. But it also  feels it remains the law and the paper has  a duty to abide by it until it is thrown,  out by the courts, or by some future  government. And rightly so. Here is the  rest   of   that   editorial:  Mr. Peterson's decision to withhold  government advertising from the Victoria  dailies, because they published a single  cigarette��advertisement, seems to us as  petty as it is punitive. His revealing  phrase was that the Times and Colonist  would not be "rewarded" for defying  the ad ban.  Newspapers do not consider themselves "rewarded", -when - they ^ print-advertising. They sell a service, guaranteeing an audited market to which advertisers  may   direct  their  message.   It   is   a  service offered to individuals, to .merchants, and to political parties of all  persuasions.       ' * ���    .  A few small dailies in British Columbia, outraged by the government's action  in ^withdrawing   from   Victoria    papers,  will  nkrourtcHGibson  ���by Morion Charman, 886-9862  PERSONALS ; ���"'"���',".'.-:.���  MISS   Chaddie_.Bre.mncr   has   returned \ \   fxcan_u*.-.v��j-1v......pleasaiit   ...vacation.-  ai    ���  Baker  in  the Mojave  Desert, "California.  Mr. and Mrs. M. Volen enjoyed a happy holiday 'When they were on a two-  week bus tour in California recently.  Mr. and Mrs. Thor Christenson'were*  in  Hawaii  eaVlier   this  winter.  "After being "away for four���mbnths  'M'rs. Billie Larsen is back to enjoy 4he  Sunshine Coast. Mrs. Larsen had ra\ very  pleasant time renewing ' acquaintances  with relatives while in California. She  also took a^Pp to Mexico. Mrs. Larsen  Visited at Los Angeles and upon ^return-  climate  they  Trot, publish  have   announced  Social Credit advertising. Their outrage  is understandable'. Yet they are resort'--  H%g_,.to the same pressure tactics thoy  deplore in the government.  Ifg��as we believe, the manufacturers  of legitimate liquor and tobacco products  have a right to publish their advertise-  ��� men's- in. British Columbia newspapers,  then certainly the government must  have the same right. The government has  reprehensibly used muscle to "discipline"  the Victoria papers; but it makes no  more sense for the newspapers to 'resort  to  these  same  bush-league  tactics.  Nor is it wise, in our opinion, for the  newspapers to take the -law into- their  own hands. Let the courts decide the  issue. We will all survive, and live to  laugh  at  this  Socred  lunacy. '  Parents urged, to attend  Learning disabilities meeting  wiH be held Sechelt March 13  ing  home  travelled  from  San  Diego  by  Western Airlines. '    ���   J*~  Vince Bothwell, Sr��� who was a patient  in St. Paul's. Hospital,, was visited by* his ,  son-in-law and daughter, Beverley, Dr.  and Mrs. H. Lee;~"whi>- wete down from  Williams Lake on their way to Hawaii.  Mr. Bothwell is now convalescing at his  home.     '       x  Guests of Mr. and Mrs. Geoff Legh  were Mr. and Mrsv Wheat ley and their  daughter, Miss Janice McLeod, from Halifax, N.S. Hosts and guests, had not seen  each other for 20 years so it wm indeed  a happy reunion. Mr. Wheatley is Mrs  Legh's brother.      ������--.���- ���.    ���  Returning from- a trip "South were Mi;,  and Mrs. J. Strayhorn, former Port'Mellon residents who visited in Gibsons with  Mrs. Strayhorn's brother-in-law and* Sister, Mr. and Mrs. G. Legh for five days.  The Strayhorns have now gone to their  home at Kitimat. ���     ���  Mr.  and  Mrs.  Colin  Do^bell  left  Friday   to  make  their  home  in  Richmond.  They were good neighbours and will be  ~pg^iy-^j;^^--tiT-thir-srea:�����-s___^-.���  Visiting at the-home of Mr. and Mrs.  George Owen for a few days were Dr.  John Toop and his wife, Edith-Dr. Toop  Was born in China and returned to that  country as a medical doctor after study-  jng in Great Britain. He practiced in  China  for"10  THE RECENTLY formed local association for parents of children with learn- ���  ing disabilities , is -bringing-- Mrs. -Nona:  Munro, an expert on teaching such children, to address a meeting to be held  in Sechelt on March 13 at 8 p.m. in the  ���elementary school open area.  Mrs. Munro, who is an experienced  teacher of children with learning dis-  abilities, also has worked with disadvantaged adults with inadequate reading and  communication skills. She is presently  the education chairman of the Richmond  branch of the Vancouver Association for  ^Children with Learning Disabilities (VA-  years.  The"Toopy are   al  presont on furlough-from-Thailand. Thev  (TIT K AT, c i .riceri f Tor "'flit ���" pTTliTicaT c"l imat'e  in Briiish 'Columbia wan"''stressed hy  i he recently nominated Liberal candidate  i��'lhe provincial riding of' MauKenzie,  Mii-luu'l  "Mike"  l^laney  of Gibsons.  Supptfrting his concern, Mr. Blaney  said,���the confrontatTOTrs���between tlie  Social Credit government and specific  elements of our society are promoted and  perpetuated by the Socreds for their own  political benefit."  The serious detriment to the people  of the province that these confrontations  cause,-" he added, "are hot considered  4mpertani in the overall scheme of Premier Bennett to win re-election at any  cost,"  The ^0-year-old Liberal candidate was  ..nnminntjad-Qn-SiinHay of 1as*t \^/eek at a  meeting of constituency members from  Powell River, Gibsons, Sechelt and other  areas.       "    ^  Shortly after accepting the nomination, Mr. Blaney said a government must  have the confidence of all segments of  society and'have the abilLt-y-iT) negotiate  ���^millions.  "The Social Credit government." he  eontiniuid, "does not .have this abilily or  prefer.^ not  to use it."  "Mutual respect is a criteria to successful negotiations," he s'aid. "The Socreds harbor nq respect and in. turn are  -not granted any. Thiis we have the chaotic condition of legislation by confrontation.",  The president of the Gibsons and  District . Chamber of Commerce, said he  does not agree with exorbitant wage'dq-  ds-^by-j::t:ege>ietiS7^el-eetm  labor. He did say, however, that rather  than suppressing what he termed, "factions by political. edict, which only7 creates larger problems," why not seek the  confidence of these . groups in negotiating long term solutions, as these_groups  -djxJ-iavp WJHimate cause foi'-^oncern and  CBmTriiTte5T~1ras- "been -g-rmeTttber and on  the executive of Gibsons Kinsmen and  is currently a member of Kiwanis" as  well as president of the Gibsons Chamber  of Commerce. <   ���  said, "but will never form a majority  .government. .The NDP is-normally a cqt��j.  sTsfent;* vote, varying; a few: percentage  points: up or down.- The NDP has ma^  united its popular vote and cannot Win  _.'i4 U       i.1     !-_*.*._.*>-      ___l_M_i      -~_~_      n      !i-  )e respected in any  dren can be recognized, the importance  of early recognition, ways in which they  can be helped by their -parents,, teachers  and community, What resources are  available and the, results to society in  general of leaving these children to grow  up with unnecessary feelings of inadequacy and in general of leaving these  children to grow up. with unnecessary  feelings of inadequacy^ and^failurer-She'  will bring with her slides as well as a  variety Of resource , materials, books,  games, etc., and reading kits prepared  by Dr. Dennis Stott of  CLD) and speaks regularly to teachers  and parents groups; organizers workshops, and does radio and television talks.  The local group has asked Mrs. Munro  to discuss the ways in which these chil-  for Children with Learning Disabilities,  who has been heard recently in a series  of important talks on CBC radio.  Everyone is welcorhe to attend this  meeting which, besides being of particu-  lar   interest "to .parents   and  those   with  V  h  DID y50 RNtW?  ^htelen A ^jru&h  len 5  CARRIES  ions  SPORTS WEAR  a professional concern for children, teachers, doctors and members of the school  board, should also be important for those  who work with young people in church  and. cOmmunityL_yauth_-groapts^.and���those-  work under Overseas Missionary Fellowship, formerly China Inland Mission.  On the last Sunday' in February, Mr.  and Mrs .Toop were guests at "Suhshine  Coast Gosep Church in Davis Bay.  Mrs. Toop spoke in Gibsons to a combined meeting of two local ladies' bible  study groups.  Dr.  and  Mrs.  Toop  showed   pictures  ,-Qnd--gaVe-a-t-a-*k-at-Pender Harbour Tabernacle  and Madeifa~Park   on   Tuesday  evening.  Mr.   and  Mrs.  Eddy  Jonas   of  Rosamund Road, Gibsons, entertained the vis-  ���itoTs  at - a  deKglTtftri-tMneseHnnclreor  Wednesday.  -������  When   the   Toops   again   go  overseas  they  will  visit  in  Edinburgh,   Scotland,  with Dr. Toop's twin brother, who is also  a doctor. Then they will go on to Singa-  -pore_athere they will.spend-a_year,_after.  Whose concern for the community has.  led them to stand for public office or  join a service club.  Further, information -may be obtained  from the pro-tem president of the local  group, Mrs. Joyce Ripper, telephone 886-  2078. . . ..-..      .     .  ��� Bride, telephoning from-church; ^You-  know very well Helen who!"  ��� ���-���>.  Village of Gibsons  Statement of the results of a poll taken of owner-  electors within the Village of Gibsons on February 24,  1972, advance poll, and on Saturday, February 26,  1972, on the question in "Village of Gibsons RecreationCentre Function Referendum By-law No,��� 229;  ��1972"r  ��$ 1��fiil:i*4.4jyii*i*fa:l.f/**.fWrl"  MilWrt W��t(w,li*^iBMril'fliiS i*******  ��� fc!JmWlW*HWt��M4W^.V-mi^9*te*i4*ij4i* lilW*��� 1. il*|��'.*!->,S'*i'.i'J. ^W'l��������  t*ii*iiJ*i.fjrt(;*+&t��  -v  IN FAVOUR 330 -AGAINST 296  Total Valid Ballots cast 626  60% required for passing 376  As a result the question was declared  NOT APPROVED.  Dcrmd at Gibsons, B.C.'this 26th clay of'February, 1972.      ���  *i^_t^^ri��i~m^_m^iJ*i&i���^  "T���"  Returning Officer  which they will return to Thailand. While  oh furlough five years ago Mrs. ToOp  visited Gibsons, when she held, a meeting  in the Anglican Parish hall.  ^onpiTMEsruoEEuy^������"   Mrs. William Davis was a charming  hostess when she entertained at a delightful afternoon tea- ih honor of Mrs,,Colin  -Bobeit-^-prioi'-to"-her"depaT'tUTe fr  community. Mrs. Dobell was presente<  with -a crystal vase, Those- attending lhe  farewell party were" ^Mrs^G'uy Winning,  Mrs.7'Kerj" Watson,'Mrs. Dill^^^ Jones, Mrs. ���  ... J. L. ..Myers,, Mrs,-William-JThomas; Mrs.   Harold  Lynum, .Mrs. McKay, Mrs; Paul  Ludwig, Mrs,-.L,- Mason, Mrs. F. Saunders," Mrs. G; A. "Whiting and Mrsr: Jdhn ' '  Crosby. Invited but unable to be present  were Mrs, W. Peterson and Mrs', J, Smilh, ,  77*, :";,Wheh" Mrs.; -Davis' '> entertaitieci ':iatv ''two" '���;;  ���. tables   of   bridge   recently   guests   were  . Mrs. J.  Strayhorn of. KUimat,- Mrs,  G,  X^egh; 'Mrs. -Jl' Macey; Mrs'. 'T/'Wlhrnm,*'  Mrs. ��� L,  Blafn,  Miss  E,  Blain  of  Vancouver   and  Miss   Janice   McLeod   from  , JNova. Scotia.  At the homo of Mr, and Mrs, W. Alan  '"'Nicholson on Saturday evening, members  of the Gib-sons Breakfast Group and their  ,.,��� wives, enjoyed �� dinner- party, ,Speaker  was Bill Clarke from West Vancouver,  whose mes*sago was appreciated.' There  was a discussion period and a happy  tlmo of Christian fellowship.  , When thei Women's Missionary Coun-  oil of tlio"Pento/costal Assembly mol at  ������"' the' ��� homo ' of Mrs, G. Foster for their  .March luncheon meotinR Thursday, thcro  was a good attendance Scripture versos  - wero-put'on-ovcr 400-cards-to bo non.li"  for uso by foreign missionaries In Konya,  Africa, %   ��������������������� '������  Pictures woro shown of tho work pf  ���^;hil^ua.Unar����jKhQw-iU,arf^,^  their opinions must   viable solution.     T~~  Asked if he feels he can win in the  MaeKenzie riding, Blaney replied, 'definitely."   :; '--������-  --'���������- --'���    ~> -; -    He said the Liberals are the only real  alternative to the Social Credit government in our free enterprise system. His  problem, he stated, is to convince the  electorate he can Win without assuring  victory for the NDP.  "The electorate have indicated they  don't want the NDP to ���assume power,"  Mr. Blaney continued. "To assure that  people vote Social Credit whether or not  2.y���believe-^ifl���theiF-^-polieies!���Premier  Bennett capitalizes on this "either-or"  situation by perpetualIng the socialist  scare."  , He said people are fed up with the  Socreds but must convince them that  vojmg_LiberaL_:W-ill not hand���the���pro���  vince to "the NDP. The Liberal candidate  contended that the��NDP cannot Win provincial power. j. ,.., . .. ^ ,...  ^ ���;   "They  may  gain \ t|ie  odd   seat,": he  with   it.  myth."  Bennett's  socialist   scare  is ,.a  NYGREN'S  HALF PRICE  SKI SALE  CONTINUES  POLES - BOOTS  M  NYGREN  Blaney  concluded   by  saymg^=He-is- -  seeking ^support   from  Liberals,  persons  who vote Socred in fear,of the NPP, ar$  ���'person's^'-who-   vote' 'NDP"to ^defeat "the"  Socreds. -  Married with two children, the Liberal  candidate has been a resident of Gibson^  for the past six years, having grown  up in Richmond. He started at Canadian  Forest -jproducts^ Port I^ellon, six ,-yearj^ ;  ago" and was vice-president of Local29l  of IBPS & PMW and graduated wit^  top honors from the Labour College oj  Canada  in Montreal.  He  has since  le:  ^Ajs^imrriu  866-9303 - Gibsons  retlon to  start nis  own business.  He has, chaired the Gibsons July 1st  IWJH0HUHEaTRE=  886-2837  Gibsons  PENINSULA TIMES  NOW OPEN  IN GIBSONS  >h*ne 886-2121;  ,-  mm*  Supplies Lid.  SALE CO  SPREO HOUSE PAINT  Hong Kong,  Bublnoss was takon caro of and work,,  dpnoi,tlmo.���wns���spent In prayer     ,   starting  gates are open  Manitoba Golden Sweepstakes  DerbyDtafe  i i  (bdhcd'on Ibo 1972  Mnnlloba Derby)  7.7 :  ���  .,   .  ���TnrrATi*PRi/.Rs���cirandpriw-  $355,000       $100,000  KnplyDlrai Aprils  , (nlo��ln8��l��floAprUJ9)  ���KnrlyimraKciT��r.TrI��noai  (flloslngdhyoMayao)  PorbyDrnw , July 0,4  (alortinfl (Into Juno  MaiilialHrlhii'liyUniw  It.   t(H  I'lflnni* Bond  I'lOOHII 'Hllld  lMmiiiu'H'iiiit   ^ M��iU thin nonpon rocjl^ots or liooltii.,  Offloiul ManUobu^oUqrlou'GommloBlon Ajjonoy'  ST. PAWS COLLEGE   P.O. Box 56. Station C   .,.  WINNIPRO, MANITOBA  ��;, *. v�� ��� - ttlokotn nt$2.R0��inr;h; '���  .........., l>��ok�� of j|a nl $an pur hook .,   ,  ,��� , \nw.n to mill. (No ilonoull r<t(-\ilrnd)  eys  ^a carrousel  Kmmtvsi/Mtmmm  R3M 3S3  ��._*.$.  ~Kn(il7>nntrn��15iiy (-1����(|����..... i^* ui��moy"ovHop. f * ��� �����f����?����������������������  Official Acknowledgment rocolpU will bo bonU  i ���    . "    ���,       '   1 i  NAMP ,./f ��� �������������� ��� ������.|��J ������������#����p^ m * 9*99 f_^_^ fl,,  mm.. __if_tt13'G_*#wm*m^*immi****mm^*Mw***i*����i*^  ATWIRKlin �� * �� �����?Ty�� (��������������� ������������*��*�������� ���TTTi 99.9.  CYtiY ..,'. ��'�����'��� �����������-������ PROVINCE .������������fn����.r*��.  I'OSTAr. CO PI'. _,,iiii������4��������i.������.i1_�� ����������������������#������;  Clonlnj" tlntnrt! $PTt5  J-Iarly lllrd I, April 13. Knrly H, M"y M.-Dor1ijrP^w, J��ma 31,,     . ���  ,, ,      , ,   ...      flomfitimen  into, people,, cowii  VVritn now for npcololpTQlIt jmnkfnH lnfoFm>tiow on. how you could b��U: llokala.     .   aren't-always on tlmo, In,tho  ... . ' i  y^-"      '  ���*  mi��'m ''n  ��� nm <mm*im.m ���>n' 1 I- ������.������>   V\  ' *f GUERNSEY' eoW^^IontilnTr  to .Turklock, Calif,, dalryman  Don Morolll .lake , twlcp-dally,  rldos on a meri'y-Ko-round, an  Innovation donlgnod to spood  milking.  ��� Tho carrowncl provides mllk��  ���"-eirs-*wlth'n"CC'ntlnut��usJflow*bf*w'  ,  cown, allowing two or,three,.lp  '   ��� milk IXScowfi per houv,'06m-  pnred with 70 per hour, In,  .  standard (lat barn,  ���;  Mr,  Morolll  and  a  Illlmaj'  ' contractor  donlgnod   thn   car��  ' roiiflol aftor Jnopoatlng Hlmllar  Kuroponn oporntlonRr ���'  Tho  hydraullcnlly  oporatqd  r.::r.4?:fppL:dlnmfiifiE^  Jowb attendant^ to mllk7l4  cown mmultancounly wHU: ono  animal steppingfori (\m ptt'"tho  _r-i.alowly-. .rotntlng,,.. oorroiuoU. At-r.  regular Iniorvqla,., .  ^^ Tho system flturaFMgT^  itr^^MwM^M^re^Jrwlio***cttiifrw*  ono problem ''the cow ele��  ment," ,     ��� , ,|  -. ."Tho -4.plntform   y*h��m   IVr  turplng is Hko a, clock, Yau'  con't.Bt'op tlmo," ho mild, "And  oilmen  llko. people,, c��  vt.always on tlmo, ,ln,  .GAULQJd  8.99  QUART  2  fid  GALLON  8.49  QUART  ml Qfwir  SPRED LUSTRE SEMI GLOSS  ���^l"^^l^yl'''^"  GALLON  8.99  -JWfc&L  'mmm.9l*mr-0*<r  **��  ���i "_m.' __���  rMPERBAL WHBTE  GALLON  OIL BASE  NON-CHALKING  QUART  1  i.i  3i��^  M*y,  ^v/0<^s-  y j,  S  ��Ul!*^ft'RlCHARD}liEONARD  ���Am  REDUCED PRICES ON  PAINTING ACCESSORIES  laceUiaj- flhoi-ld. be.", -  >W<^tHMi^n��HINM����^^  ��%Mk&__���___"__��� 'dP*W%IF IF1 M_4W  ���'m  ^M(NS#��f*i!��W#W��,i5tw^^  milm&mm  BUILDING SUPPLIES  WEDNESDAY, THURSDAY,  FRIDAY,  March 8, 9, 10  ^���^w"      '    i i I i      I mmmymmmmm  Drug abuse ana you fma out  where jit!s  at.  Bring your  'w*-"-^arenfs^tp7se<er"lfrn""  ���m..si  $_wHg^M:hM  m "''  M<__.i.m_WI_  icin!  SATURDAY, SUNDAY,  ./nONDAY*  ��aiww����*>iin��t|*t.wa��t  GIBSONS  Phono 806-2291-2  ������T. SECHELT  Phono 88Bw2288-9  ^.���ii>,.,  :*J,  i��v.�� r-  A  *-,:..v ���  -���"1- --'���'���  Tn-  ���r^"  ,        |��      i     ' , i   . i   i  mmmM*iwnm.w*w��mM_&>&mMm*i>$wp&*t^^  TI  ���m&i.  m^Mttifi-  March 11, 12, 13  .<���'.' ADULT���*   '  WARNING: Drwgs; course lapfluogo  and prostltMtlon: ,       ,   ;    ;  ,, ,,.. ������;;: ���;."��� ^rt^c^iriirn.ci^ftsi'fiei1'  mammmi^mmkmmmUmmmmmmmmmkimmmm  ���wfw"  \  #mi\mmim^mmeiiimmMm  tf,  7>  , h  i ,m i Ml  i I  *K.~  ~_ ���__. :   *\  Branch 80 Penuer'Hbr.  IsemoriniizeiiSTnBe  =pagv$=��:  T^^nin^^^r^Mrs,LeijdaHilL  Wednesday, March 8, 1972  MA��  ii.mvt.-7   Plan    to   guide   txhe    anticipated  PENDER   Harbour   Senior   Citizens   Ap-'  sociation    Branch   No.   HO   decided   to  form   an  educational   Committee   at   the  February   meejiri^   chaired   by   President  Mrs. Fred Olson.  Mr. John Donnelly will be chairman  of the -new committee antl it was pro-_  posed to contact Mrs. Jean Simpson, representative of Hir. Canada Pension Plan,  to be guest speaker at a future meeting,  tentative date April  17.  '_���_ ......  A letter from Mr., L. G. MacLaren,  President of O.A.P O. Branch 38 Gibsons,  invited any member of the Ponder-Association to book reservations for their  tour to Reno,cleaving April 21st, deadline for rcscrvatio.u; is March  15.       -  A pubile Whist Drive May IT) will  follow:-the regulan-Haectin'g and a charge  of 75 cents will  b" made.  Mn. 4C?aiu Lamonle will show films of  the B.C. Coast  and the Queen Charlottes  Letters to tjie Lilitor arc.he opinions oj ,reailei{s  nom-ite-plume may b'e  used jar publication,  b  Open letter  at', the.-March 1.   meeting.; ~7~      .  Following the business session, progressive whist was played, Mrs. A. Han-  kin  had   the   top score.  Refreshments- included a beautifully  dceorated Valentine Cuke in honor of the  February   birthdays.  Roberts Creek parents  urged to attend meeting  THIS   is  a   Plea   to  All   Parents  of  Boys  seven to sixteen years in the Roberts  Creek  area:  1   Editor,   The   Times -������  Sir: This is an open letter to the Recreation   Centre  Committee.  In a statemen' io the public printed  March 1, 1972, the Jlecreation Centre  Committee said, "The Recreation Centri  commiitt'e would like.to congratulate all  voters who voted .Yes on Saturday, February  2(i.  v M ty I be permitted to (joint out th'at  this i'uU-m'ent is :m insult to the people  who vo'etl No, ;.i-tl perhaps an even  greater insult to I host; wTio voted" Yes.  The "only peoele who deserve congratulations arc Ihoso who'voted according to their conv'ctioiis, whcllier yes or  no.   These   people   know   thai   "the. right  |M   v,;'i."    '.'jpiply   mi.ims    "Thir    \.   ynlir   op  ,   and  not  necessarily  those, of  The Times.   4  ut till  originals must  be signed  by  the  writer.  ver,  for yoiir very  fine .support throughout  the past year.  The kind consideratit^i-.-with which  you accepted the many press releases  from local groups, district council, personnel , and Vancouver-Coast Regional  Headquarters has been very much ap-  "preciatcth ' ...     _    .  - We sincerely hope that we may continue to receive your support in our work  a'ssisting the boys to become good ciliezns'  of our community. Thank you again for  vour continued interest and support.  "_ _. 7    M. A. THOMAS-  "Vanco'uve;r-Ct)ast   Region President  iwthijiave to be made before~it~i5-toc7^  The Regional Board is presently en-  ��� ;,jgc(l in this very exercise of studying  luuicls, looking, at developmen-t- -alterna--  lives and suggesting possible policies, to  -iiule development. As I agree with Mr.  Roy that as much public opinion involvement as possible should occur, I would  like-to suggest, that you urge your read-  i'i-s to submit letters and briefs lo the  Board  before  their  study of  this  matter  is completed...    ���    . v  -   < E." R.   CUYEItST  Planning Director  ^MIt7Stopivoinirteer&  honour retiring chairman  Heart Month  Manv thanks  Please attend an important meeting  in the Robert's Creek Community Hall  on Wednesday,  March  15th -at 7  p.m.  Mr. Jack Adair, Regional Field Executive for  Boy  Scouts -of  Canada  kr_-Van-  couvcr  will  address llTe" meeTTrig.  porlunity io .ay1 v'-ha' you believe is  right, wilhoul coercion, or fear of condemnation, or rep' isal'7 If you tb/ow  away your opportunity to Vote as you  believe, you  have thrown away your right.  That   right   can  h.  held and  preserved  only b.v  thosex people who vote aecWding--  tt>   their  convictions. \  Antl as the right, to vote is esseinial  to freedom, wher? v/ould you and I be  without the people who have the courage  lo  vote .their  convictions?  Next time yov-'re passing out bou-  ti.LU-.ts, pJeam remember them.  MARY CROSS  Sechelt.  Invitation  -Editor; The Timp&, '7777777.���_  This very dedicated gentleman has  already taken time out of his busy schedule to address a meeting here���only four  women   attended.  II   is   hoped   this  is  not   an   indication  of a  lack of interest in, and concern for  our   young   sons.   "Let's ~strow  them we care!  Take" time  -Sir:    May���I   through���yew���eo+wm rtsr  Editor,   Tlie   Tunes,   >  Sir:   We   would   like   to   take   this   op-  poi (unity  to thinflv  all  those people' who~  gave   so- freely   of   their   time,   tires   and  leg muscles to canvass for the recreation  centre.  Unfortunately, of the three areas  canvassed in our region, Gibsons Village  did not obtain the necessary percentage  tir-pass the referendum, but the' many  who want to see the centre built should  not be discouraged, we did get the majority of lhe votes cast, a good indica-  .. Uun of a job well done. Thanks again.  Nancy Douglas  and  Sandra  Jones  Gibsons  Long-range planning  ���Editor,  The  Times,  Sir:  Doug Roy's excellent article in a  recent edition of your .paper should hope-  1. fully   stimulate . s o m e    discussion    con-  -rornrng7ZU.it;���tuiuxe���of���U-tc. -de.yelc��p��wr-  Mil or,  The  Times,  Sir: Your newspaper's support in 'publicizing heart-saving information is much  appreciated, particularly since Heart Disease is reaching near epidemie-.-pre-pertions  in North America.  *     Once    again      our    February "Hea-rt-  LOVELY luncheon was held Wednesday,  March 1st at the Whimpering Pines'  Cafe for' the past representatives and  Committee of the Hospital Auxiliaries  Thrift Shop. Present were*i7 ladies and  one man. Included were Mrs. Elsie Willis,  first chairman and Mrs. Gladys Booth of  -Port���M-eHtmr-who -were the founders of  the Thrift Shop' which has proved sucli"  a'.successful venture for the Auxiliaries.  The lone man was Mr. Reg'Thomas auditor for four yca'rs of "ttaf-Thrift Shop  books.  A beautiful Crystal Bowl was' presented to Mrs. Leola Hill, retiring chairman,  from fellow members of the Thrift Shop.  " The Board of Trustees to St. Mary's  Hospital  are  very  much  aware  of-many,  since have worked, and are still working  long hours in this important pha.se of the  Auxiiia.rigs .w.pi k.  Mrs! Leola Hill said she wished to  ���give- thanks lu Iliail_.:s__\'"aling Council  and the"Board of Trustees for their lovely  gilts and cards. To all volunteers who  have worked so hard to make the Thrift  "Shop "what, it"is- today. A special, thanks-.  to Mr. John Watson for all his labor and  devotion   to  Thrift  Shop. ,   ,  Month-" campaign has been a busy and  rewarding lime. While exact figures are  not yet available it is likely wc will  reach this year's target of $480,000. Once  agaih; -of the heart dollar, Glc will be  allocated to research. Last year $439,208  was spent on research projects in the  province. 27c of the heart dollar is alloted  to public and professional education and  .foi-nmunity aid.  Thank you for your help, pot only in  giving    us   space   dur-kig- -our���February-  campaign, but also in carrying our heart  information throughout the. year.     KELLY   YOUNG  Publicity Director  Hours Mrs. L. Hill' has spent working for  the Thrift Shop, much of it unknown  except to close workers. To show their  appreciation board member Mrs. Marg.  Morgan had the pleasure oi' giving Mrs.  Hill a girt of a pen and pencil set with  a thermometer from the Board of  Trustees.  The   C6.-ordinaling     Council   awarded  Leola  an  Auxiliary   silver  spoon   in   recognition   of   her   valued   work   for   the  ._ Auxiliaries   ..  -��� ������  Two others who. have worked with  Mrs. Hill since January 1.967 when the  Thrift Shop" "first opened are Mrs. Ruby  Breese  and Mrs.  Rae  Fitzgerald.  Others  FOR  OPENING  OF  WIGARD'  ��  extend a warm welcome to members of  the public, to visit Pender Harbour Secondary. School on the afternoon of Wednesday, March 8th. We shall not be laying on, anything special but visitors will  bev able to go around the classrooms to  s!5trtlTCrrr~rn oneiatttffl. Rofxeshmm+la wilL  outttJ~atteiul this meeting.  TIME-CHANGE  Regular meeting of 1st Roberts .Creek-  Cub   Pack  will   be  cancelled Tor  March  15th. due to this special meeting.  Also the time of meeting has been  changed for the 1st Roberts Creek Cubs  from 6 p.m. to (i:30 p.m. Cubs , meet  every Wednesday in the Roberts Creek  Community  Hall.  be available.  on Che Sunshine Coast. I heartily agree  with Mr. Roy's appeal lo express ideas  now   as   the   area   is   definitely   "on   the  ������ - ��� .  USE  7Ar^T7~TH��MPSOrT^  Principal  Vute~ot1hank&  Editor, The Times,  Sir: On behalf of Vancouver-Coast  Region, Boy Scouts of Canada, I take  pleasure in putting in writing the hearty  vote of thanks accorded to you at our  annual meeting, recently held in Vancou-  Testdential homes.  Example 400 sq. ft. Cedar Cabin,  ..supplied and installed on your lot  for $2,600. Do-it-yourself kit with  plans $1,800. We also do framing  for economical houses. Phone offer  6 p.m. 987-1893 collect.  WMW&MWW&ff&MJFA  mummkN^m  SHORTENING fr  Parkay, 2 lb.  Snow Flake,  -^-for-jr^F���  PORK &  MANUT-BUIM Bo"cr Buy  PEACHES  14 oz.  Ardmona  ORANGE JUICE  Garden Gate  32 or. bottle  APPLE JUICE,.��%?_?__  Instant Maxwell House  4 for W   "JO*  57c  FACIAL TISSUE  V���48~oz7  -Kleenex, 150s  PANCAKE SYRUP3201  Lumberjack  0>-  PANCAKE MIX Au"'Jcmima  2 lb.  int  6 oz.  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