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Array 1  Iw7  v'������ >'^j(iKti.vi 4*ffla��S"  PQ7*  ��� ..  uiget eKcess  mres down  , HOB ^Bt'  172  ENINSULA  OPERATING with a minimum staff to  maintain a reasonable pupil-teacher  ratio.-and-with other sections pared down,  "the school district's Operating Budget for  1972   is   still   $90,679   in   excess   of.:..the  ment insurance contributions for teachers,  which inflated the general administration  account.  Serving the Sunshine Coas^ (Hpwe Sound to Jervis Inlet), including Port Mellon, HopkinS-Landing, Granthams Landing, Gibsons, Roberts Creek,  Wilson Creek, Selma Pork, Sechelt, Halfmoon Bay, Secret Cove, Pender .Harbour, Madeira Park, Kleindale, Irvine's Landing, Earl Coye, Egmont  Registration No. 1' 42  4nd Class Mail  Label  LARGEST CIRCULATION OF ANY PAPER ON THE SOUTHERN SUNSHINE COAST.  Volume 9, No. 9  This Issue 14 Pages,����� 12c  WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 26, 197?  amount approved" by  the Department of  Education.  Reviewing the instruction section  which represents 70 per cent of the .Operating, Budget, District Superintendent R. '  ft. Hanna said that unless the pupil-teacher ratio" is "to be raised considerably it is  difficult to see how the district can operate with less that  105 teachers.  ���^JEhis���Ls   the   closest   yet, that���Sechelt. .  School  District: has  been  to the  amount  " "approved-by~Vtctoria. Last year the ex-  cess was $202,465 and the year before it  was, "even greater.  New legislation introduced last year,  gives the taxpayer the opportunity to ap-  , prove or reject this excess expenditure.  In the past,- it had only been necessary to  gain approval from the village councils  of Gibsons and sechelt. -      -������-  Budget By-laws No. 1 is published in  this week's issue of the Times and taxpayers'have until the end'fo February  to petition for a referendum.  CHALLENGE  The school' Board has been' working  for three years to whittle down the operating budget and still maintain a good  standard  of education  in' the  district  Complication arose this year when the  department of education set a ceiling of  6.5  per cent on  teacher salary  increases  recognized  as  shareable.  The  arbitration"  award  was  7.6  per cent  which  accounts  for an increase in instruction expenditure.  Also new this year is the unemploy-  APPROVAL ���"������.'���  _ " TherotaTbudget for 1972 of $2,204,1;42  received trustees' approval aL last weeks  special.budget meeting.  Discussing the over-expenditure," Secretary Treasurer Jim Metzler said that  next year it may be possible to operate  within the limit set by Victoria. Trustee  Agnes Labontd congratulated, the administrators for doing a fine job and commented that it ;would not be possible to __,.  reduce the budget any further without  cutting  down  in  the., ins true tiuii  section  If Budget By-lav/ No.  1  does not receive   approval   from   taxpayers,   further  ��� puts will have to be made and the standard of education would he lowered.  With the budgst as it sjgnds, Mr.  Hanna assured trustees that the School  District is not. suffering.  7BTTDGET V  The small percentage increase of the  , 1972  budget over���19-71��� estimates   is- at=~  tribuled   to   the   fact   that   the   teaching  staff was reduced by 5 teachers and the  two     elementary     school.   vice-principal  posts   were   eliminated   this   year.  Increase staff for Elphinstone has  been provided for as the school enrolment  is expected to increase with the number  of grade. 8 students far in excess pf those  leaving the school.  Budget figures'1 are  as  follows:  _Aeeou��tr- 4-$?-*��� i-��?1���-������-r9?2   Estimates Expenditure Estimates  Administration���  ions take rest  ay Day dropped  SUNSHINE Coast Lions Club last week,  at   its  regular   meeting   voted   almost  unanimously  to  take  a  well-earned  rest  and drop out from operation of Sechelt's  annual May0 Day event. .  The"~e1"ub~has"played aTrr active part-rrr  Branch 140  Approval in principle  for Legion club-house  110,920  ' Instruction���  .    1,342,035  Operation���  217,910  105,711.42  1,277,934.70  231,506.58  -Repairs and  Maintenance���  120)814  1,347,100  232,220  ROYAL Canadian Legion Branch 140  wrote Council of Sechelt last week  seeking approval for construction of a  new complex at Porpoise Bay. Plans are  to   purchase   property     presently zoned  PUBLIC MEETING  Sunshine Coast Recreation Committee  has scheduled a public meeting for  Thursday, February 3rd in the Roberts  Creek Elementary . School auditorium at  8 pm. All interested in this project are  urged to attend.  OBVIOUS ERROR  It' is unlikely that anyone would wish  to shop at the hospital gift shop at 2  -arrr-butr-sht>uld~any-early- birds have been���  misled, the time that the shop will be  open is 2 pm to 7 pm, Not from 2 am  as stated in last weeks Times.1  ���YTU^IQ-      110,438.63       122,370  Conveyance of Pupils���  91,730       87,040.31 95,596  Auxiliary.,, Services���-'.-  12,250 11,866.83 16,210  Total Operating���  1,885,455    1,824,498.47    1,934,310  Non Operating (self liquidating)  .56,96*0 56,960 60,400  Debt   Services���        , r   '  -" 188,765      '188,522.33       209,432  Total���  2,131,180    2,069,980.80    2,204,142  be upgraded. - .  Speaking on behalf of Branch 140,  President Wally Erickson said the members are keen to, get started with the  new' building which will include club  house and quarters together with a large  . ^^    Underway  No time has been lost since signing  the contract with Dick Gaines Construction of Gibsons snd work commenced last week on clearing the s.te  Ior^h��.���adcUlLOiial 14 single units a>t  Greene Court, Sechelt. When completed the complex will house a ToTaT  of 24 units. Operated by the Sunshine Coast Senior Citizens Housing  Association, the units overlook  grounds nicely landscaped with immaculately kept lawn and shrubbery.  the celebratibns since 1964 and wjtjj the  operation   of   its   musical   rides   for the  youngsters brought new  life  to  the popular festivities.  ��� ��  Early in 1967 when interest in organization of "May Day celebratibns showed  signs of waning, the club made representations to council indicating interest in  undertaking���the-project-���At -a���regular  cquncil meeting January 18th, council  unanimously voted approval and subsequently the-J967_May���Day���was-jsridely���  acclaimed as one of lihe best to-date.  Since that time the Club has continued to  organize the event and has maintained a.  very high "standard of entertainment for  all ages.  A club spokesman reports that while'  it   has   been  decided   to   hand   over "the  reins  to some  other  group  or  organization, the Lions are still prepared to pro-  vide their rides for the youngsters.  semi-industrial. *  ��� Mayor Ben Lang told council that, he  understands the existing bylaw would not  permit   such   a   commercial building   in  semi-industrial. However, as this type of  commercial building wi  grade the area it would seem the problem  could easily be overcome. This would  necessitate changing the bylaw to include  a commercial project.  Council 'agreed "that''this solution  would be much easier than re-zoning the  area, particularly as it would, in effect,.  New Sechelt Mayor.**  Iwrm  recreation  hall.  The  existing  small  hall,  will  be  retained  for  junior  eVents,   the  branch   is  presently  investigating  estab--  -..lishment .of  sewing  classes  for-- girls ��as  well   as   various   other   activities   of   a  worthwhile nature. .  New complex will be 7,600 sq. feet  and of attractive-but functional design.  The hall will hold 240 people and the  lounge 175 plus area for games etc. as  stipulated by the L.C.B.* A- second floor  to include office? had been considered  but Pacific  Command  had advised  that  'size of the area and membership does  not warrant such an expenditure at this  time.  Mr.  Erickson .explained    that once...  for local residents  HON. Isabel Dawson announces that following consultation with management  of B.C. Ferries she has been advised that  her previous request for single fare system for residents has now been made  possible. This, it is assumed, means that  permanent residents may take advantage  of reduced fares by being able to purchase single return tickets rather than  by the book as previously.  The  implementation    Of   this   system  will commence  aprpoximately April  1st,  7L9#2v�����&ea��se���-ifteotifiGaiion���essds���f-��*?-  Enthusiastic support was given at the  last meeting to proposals that the club  undertake, as a project, erection in suit-  -abl��-4Ge*tions���of���bus���sheliep  students. Other plans are for provision*  of more picnic tables along Boulevard  and rest benches throughout the 'village.  Feasibility   study   is  also   under   way  sets pattern for council  "���''.    ���   ���    ��"    ���������7 >  ' ^"i"^-,. "''-"'' ,;i,-v''^-75'fa^~-'.%"'P,^��.vr������.-����j  TICKETS AVAILABLE  Few tickets are still available for the  Sechelt^jand. District !QuunJbe,r,of  Com-   ���  mert#"*atinUal Grand  Banquet from  the  Times, office,  Campbells   Variety,   Coast    NEWLY elected Mayor^Ber^ Lang started, Vr$&%btial"labour oh ^ the: roadwbrk at_nfi::  =e^MeHfisrorir"Be^^ to the village'.'^o-date this is well  Barber Shop.' Entertainment will include    January 19th with ah aTFof efficiency and  _bi"oadcastihg_persbnality Rickey���Mann---^^terjmination^-making-clear-the-fact-that  and Vancouver's Dorothy Robin'son and    projects bandied around in the past will  her orchestra. be attended to this year.  over  a  thousand  dollars  saving  to  the  -taxpayer. -������ '������: :���"���~~���  Pacific Command gives" the go-ahead for  such  a project; the branch  has 30 days  ������'m "which ��� tu make -..a-" stdi'l; Therefore1;1 'lie1 ���  hoped   council  would  be  able  to make  a decision as soon as possible.  Mayor   Lang  replied   that  council   is  pro-ess-'-^vvjJt1' ^ob^ly^Hak^-a^mojithv at  least. However, he said the "��� matter would  permanent full-time residents are required, all members of the family using  tlie* ferries  independently  will "need: "to-  -by   a   eomffflti-ee���with���a���view- to   coh--  structing toilet facilities adjacent to the  Sechelt tourist information booth.  Annual Community Calendar project  is about to be' launched and further de-"  tails will be made known in the near  future. '  Nuisance fire calls  surpass emergencies  NUISANCE calls far outnumbered urgent  or important calls on the Gibsons fire  , department's   emergency    telephone   last  year, according to a report submitted by  ~ village" ".Tire chief  Richard  Ranniger.  He reported a total of 384 calls made  ... through .-the- emergency, number,-, but  of  these 301 were classed as nuisance calls.  be' dealt   with  in   the  shortest  possible  time. Meanwhile, he added, Mr. Erickson  -^would-be-at���liberty~to^fooiI_hisTTrem"  obtain these... therefore, the office previously established for the taking of oaths "Three of these were reported as fires  will be re-opened at the Tourist"lnforma- and apparatus responded," he wrote. Mr.  lion   Centre, in   Powell .River,. Madeira Ranpiger .saic* t he lipped.,there, wpjfid-..be  'Pari* "tod7Stehelt*Biis^Depotr"4*^ wellAas-- -a-greaft' "pjduetion in this type, of ealkW  the Terminals at Saltery Bay and Lang- the near future, Last year was the first  -���""��� year~iiiatmeatl5T?1act!d^o^h^emergeney~'  "ctHeT  These offices   will  open" on  January  -3-lst7-and^he-Ministi.r-Targemly~re"que_ts"  ���f"-^-  i  Outlining some of hi,s policies for the  future, Mayor Lang informed clerk Ted  Rayner" that he will be requested" to.'attend such functions as seminars, UBCM  JXinSniBn danCe reOUeSI    council. Recent acquisition of almost 300  GIBSONB^Kihsmen^'ave'-been-invi'tedV^^  volunteer their  services  to  supervise  school .4ances,���Thp.,:sujgesWon.-.fpllowed...the,,,.  School' ''Bbard's'^'rejectibhi"' of a Kinsmen  Teen Dance on school premises.  ,.., ,The... matter was,��disqussed in . commit-;  tee following last week's- Budget meeting,  with  tlie  following" motion  recorded in  the School Board's minutes:  : Proposed  by   Bernard  Mulligan  and  ���sccondedrby-Bill��Nimmo the.motion-which-  -W��a-carrled-reads*-"That the BpardTpollcy  will not be shelved. He asked Alderman  Bui'nel Gordon  to draw up  a  proposed  pjan.'for future development'as1 a' recresi--  tional area "We don't wish to lose it and  Victoria   did   .stipulate   that   we  .submit  a plan'', he'explained. "-'    - ��� .        *<���.:..--���  Regarding road work in the village,  Mayor Lang pointed out that while a  considerable.amount of work is presently  Underway oh th^ West P6rpoi.se Bay  ���roadrother-roads"withln"'the*'-sbppping  "and" residential area are not going to be,  oyerJiooHed. He^also,-riade, cleats  The Mayor made clear the fact that  any correspondence rea'd~oxf t~at' "arT open  meeting becomes public knowledge and,  therefore, copies will be available to the  press on request. He added that the press  has always co-operated in tlie.past when  any item of business has been considered  confidential. '   Presenting each member with a file ������  folder  and  copy  paper,   the  Mayor  explained   that   minutes   of   meetings   are  iVhaturally':-'.ver^  men would be advised^ to keep notes so  that they keep aware of what has trans-  pired' frommeeting to' 7meeting7 Further,-  he warned that aldermen are not expected to write letters on behalf of council unless apprpv-ecLby-council,'as, eC\vfr6lo.'  "It is fine for a committee chairman ��� to  * Write'"'sbGMh1&^  but wo cannot have members taking it  pei'ship   that  council  does, approve���the fhat..all .qualiiying.a-.esM  number ha"d been recorded, consequently  -nx)~compari^on" to  previous  years  could  "jsroppsals" inTprinciple.  "^Tideft-Ulieation ��� cai=d8-as��� -oariy���as-poss-iblG Ho���noted��a reduction, in tho number  MANPOWER CENTRE  . Two letters .were discussed, both seeking establishment of a'branch of Canada  Manpower in the area. Sechelt and District 'Chamber of Commerce forwarded  a copy of a letter written to the Department pointing toI the'"'hardship"caused' by  Sunshine Coast residents having to travel  to^Vancouver, for .assistance., It,, was, suggested a Branch fee established centrally  -in-S.echelfc ��--- ,   ,Second'.:.letter "was .from, the Family  Division Committee, also seeking extension of the Canada Manpower service  to,tl\o area.  Mayor Lang expressed the view that  counpiWshould- support^, tho-"requests.*  Council agreed and moved accordingly,  so' as  to  avoid  delays  or miss  the  opportunity to obtain the reduced fare.  British Columbia Ferries is rushing  the purchase of photo identification  equipment and scanners and developing  the system to: employ this equipment so  that all will, be,in-readiness.lor as,near,  to April 1st as possible.  of building fires in 1971 and suggested it  could have been attributed to the increased effort by the''department in bot,h  public building inspections and fire prevention awareness.  There was, at year's end, a total of  26,-personnel on the roster-of the Gibsons  fire department.  SunsEwle School  for Pen^  banning use of facilities for otl^er than ���,r.���r_T���r_... ������, ^._, ,���f���t .���_,...,,.._,..������...,������.._, ���., ,W,.WB ���u��� Y���,v >mi��� ������  strictly school functions bo uphold and    tfoU unCoHMnato remarks have been made    implying  they  spook    for  council",  ho  the" Kinsmen ' Club - bo  ad vised  accord*    to tho - of f qct that -Aid, Ted ���'OsborneT has "' W7T"" '~~"? ' " "'   ingly," been   fcsppnsiblo  for  getting   roadwork Finally,   muking   clear   hi��   intentioit   Tho School Board which had previous-    done for his own benefit. "That road has    of taking  his position  ficriously;  Mayor  lybeon  very  generous With permission    been ftadly ingglecled for .years and that    "  to^spElphiiistone's.gym'nashim..for;youhg~i,si^hy-.^0'jmwch''w'or]�� Is -roqulrcd at,this  i people's  dances   brought ������������In  this   policy    time", ho added.     , ' >      N.1  after a succession of flagrant abuHQ of    ,   It was also pointed out, that Mr, Qh-  sehool facilities by young people boyrio has donated usp of his Cat and  IS,  NO RESPONSE  SUNSHINE School how has a classroom   teacher Mrs, Gladys Logh and the parents  operating ���on,.an   experimental, basis .who have assisted by;giving this,-little  Earlier 16tt,or to tho Regional Board    al Madeira Park, which iH being financed    girl Individual attention and a heud-.start  frb'm W, G. ilbhliiioh' of thd~Indiah"'"AT-���hy-tho genorpus donation made recently    bofori6 sho transforu to Jericho"Hill School  fairs Department had suggested the Board    by Ponder Hurboiu Hl��h School students    in Soptcmbor. t    .  co-operate  with his  dopar't'menfc, pn  In-    lo Secholt and District Retarded Child  Lung said ho. intends spending consider-    stj-Uatlon   of  a, sower 'system   for ,thp   J'on'a Association.,  ablo'tjmo:inrUic"'municlpal ol'fico whBro    IhdUuv Rcspi'yo niid��� VilJnJsd'qr'iSouhfjilJL.'' ���'���'  , ftppi'oval w,(i"fiivon  ho will bo only too' pleusod tp assist tho  public or discuss problems with committee chairmen;' ���       . ,     '  imunWiously by  1 LoUer' Trom  tho Board advised that    niombors  of 'tho' local  AHso^iAllon  who  It had no plans at this time for embark-    attonclocl   Iho   Annual   Mooting hold   on  lngjwmJhPifmietloiu'lVWprHjx^ HHI�� ,1'n. Sunshine,  goslodoRoblnson-fContactrSecholt"Village ;-,Scl\opl|haibHoi)H,  Council,  Clprk Tccl Ray nor li)f oriiiecl couhcli  that ro far ho has not, been approached  by Robinfion, Aid. Norm^WatHoiv commented that tho Iiopartmont (if Indian  Afl'a|r.s works very, slowly, Howovbr, ��s  hot wm.,bo,,jiiyphUiui!Ing ;poHHlblllty ��� nfr.iv.;  vlllano sower (jystpm, ho will attempt,  to moot'with Mr, Robinson, next, tltho  ho��oomos4��to����Sooholtr��*-��^i^^^'"'��^i��<*~f��^^  Chairman of the Kducullon Committee,  Mrs,"Loo Macoy told mombors that thoro  aro nlroady four children attondlng tho  CONTINUED  SUPPORT  pus will, financial baclUng for thcuchool  which was built In 1070 and Is now debt  l'rpo and has cash in hand for oxpansloiv  ���aiidopcratlnR cxppnsos; Rcypni-e forifl7l ;  which*Included fodr  School .Board, .donations, -mclnbe^hlp's,  fund raising procoods, transfer frorii tho  special class ��>)d an incrqasod^^  Is anticipated.'Tho experimental project    u! 1P,Z*   ,' .���.���'..     *:'   ,  Sechelt Indian Band  Mrs. Macoy also spoko.of.tho cpt^oppv  a|Ion l^olwoon tho School Board and tho  Association"which rondo the project pos-  ��HlblprtTho-PjnssToporntcsn)n,*n*,li��,lfi'rtntly  basis and ofiors tho special in'structlon  whlcl> IIh HtudoiU's rpquiror-Tho tQHohqr,'  Mrs, Kiuitfion iH,.��mplw<vd<.by���Sccl.oU and  ���i) l^iTi��f-it(Tt"nHtrrrt~*ch tr(trtnT*flnvHffocrfirion  and ' I|Mr*.blhvHH,wlt^f>olU'"lir''I(li4(lbiilu Park  Kloinontury Sc|��A)l.  .!iiB_jicJ],��Qljv���,balni)uu_oL$3,727,0U.^Thls,  hi^ made It possible to finance- tho extra  class at Madeira Park,  iMiP>iLd��nfttlQnsJnglwdcd*!ii2[i*.��l'onuu4,  senior cltlzon who wishes to remain ano-  nyihous; .141 from tho,C.W.I-. Souholt.and ,  by the tlrnu this ls published tho students  ,wlJLhavjQ..vJ&lUiu^U.o��<'|.r��uHrli^V|int!Ot'VtM'r  IN NOVlflMHiail of this year, llio Huohuli  Inrllaiv Band'Council sol liilo .motloh'  tho-'oporatloiv'or their"'iVo\v���IiibVai'y^6T\t  SUCCJGS9., ���,.,  ,���,���,,;���   u, , ,   ,.      ,,, 7'"''uliliw School and Iho local'���fiuhooJ Board  f-uoccisl'iil Hplh tho fOlsti'lct J5i'P9,i'inton-  dont Mr, Hanna and' Blomomai'v School ���',"  Ad-Briefs  H^ftfeiH^Mto^mminOSa^MtlB* w  CnllurpH,  A.nrant froin tho Depti of Indian Af*  on S( ;^  Socheit B    I Z\   iw! mi, ll   hn nnrtS- "H   ��(1V1��l",��   ��,��nd, aibsons   Wlomb.Hary  on tr ndffiN-U  S o K  Xnrllnn Mallons of North Amorlciv;  Also, fho band subsorlbes lo nowHpapprn  puWllnhorl���hy���numcrnii.t���Jnrllfiii���Kmitprr  pal Mr. V, WlAhlovo aro lakliif- an Inlor-  .UHU.li1-.thQUpcclftl*ulu��Hon,j;  M&.pr*4&-<t&t>t< *Jti��*^iifi(l*  lo action!  ' i 'tt'  At (JlbtiOiiH'tho ��SuiiNhlno Bohuol In a,   ���W^W"����MW��^^  ��� across' Canada  and. .ilm   \lnUcd   Slates,    ;,  fl ,U1'"! 'Hu wip Jiumn.....,, ,..,..,.,, ����� ,- , ll4,iii). fll0i  ,���,.,.,.  |, unu  ���������   ��.,,,.,,��;,,,..,  tluwr an* Included In llio Llhrnrv'n -fowl      P����'t��olo bullUUif' Joi'Hled hi (he f-^umls    UWI^J  luol   lanki,  luuo  ijal..  *,UUll  fial,  Mm1 ina'lV lilt���*^^  rttwar^OtH-Hir^imnl-wiidtHtmr^ond:  .    Tho  Band  would  lllta  to  thank  Mr,  li'rcd Vavfili editor ot I ho "Fl put BHl/.on"  (^hTfirTflir\v1iTrmTUioRo"-*tiooTiiTwoi-u  piuv  ^^.t.h��rtcdrnnd*MrrJnhirI)nlyrl'nrhti,h'TTinnv  i��W��   donallom,   lo, iho  Stwliqll. Indian   Band  library, . ��� '  prices.  .TIioho aro'(Ufflcvtlt days' foW,ttutombhlJio\  hrml7ifnr-��i)~<i>nrnt*  input of iicyon, ,M'.udciiln who have all  inntln  IrcnnnniluiiH proHi-PHH. Ono of  tho    *"������~�����>'���*�����^^ ***  rninr"wRTimonTr~i\ttoiftifr^^pinrffiiuwr^*  'So����iHlttry���Htfhwi("-*for-*-lnd\ii,trln|-"Ar1ii�����"(IO,O00'rcader��),;  classes,ai>d two hUuIoiiIh hayo pnim-owiod    ��� ,T)mos c|os��lfl��U Oo INTO tho homo* ,<.  lo Iho nluita lhat  Ihoy now t��ko Rioup ,    pot on lawns, uroott or In culverts.   ,.;  roudInK   at "Qlbnonn- Klomcnlary  School,-    v> T..,\-."ri��.'.iii- u'-,,- u;..','J,.;'"Wi��k'iiX-X*;."'  An   Qvon.ffn-ator   Indication   of,  tho. * Jio" Clg fW�� ��" low<ort# htoh-^tweji  , iomo��  v.   mamifncturci-JSi they'rothlnklnn up wnytt 7 Rchool'tf ruccow, iri.Uiri rocont, ttndlng that .������... ,. ,, ..,.;,.,*,. ,   ,   , "',"",'��� ^77;,,  JL ���'.<* ,,\ stut,  n,,to" m(d{��';ihclr products safer an(> ,uqw. ��� ono.oC Ih'p younRetr'Mudcnt.nil.v^  H' (nanfOH,,lo ^lako.thoih 'tHtuud ,moro'..'dan-    ly,,doaf and yot.'sho has learned lo. voc��   . ,    7 Phono 8Q)5-9654 ' '!777 ."--.��,'��� -�����, k7  Ucrous, ' ,;,    ','���''   -. . .'    alisu.'Thln''lH n.wnndurful  tflbUtu to thu \ pipttoB^t^i^ay^ '     ,        >������.*,  y     >    t j *   i\ , i       i -.:������������ n ������ i--tt .....,.1.,...._, ���.   i "  If-  ^*PWWM><H��TiwfHKf>B  ��*WM9*>'t��Ml  '..in  M*i��i^t<��i**t 'MHi-t fi Ut 'j*li*if,HtW*v*i*tr**,'*i'^*t*i* >">|,, ,u  |.Wf*1 t^ti#l>l��^M'<P4'Mtrfi (tftitit. 4 41��il��t n-y^<flM  ���'.''. '' ;<nf} ,'��� II  ^\>tj"m'*ymi0t0tt4i^i  * .' T      .....   1.   ,.  \ n  *7t H   V  ....-x  JL  ���yiT  ��-'t���- 7...   A.--'     -��� 1        ������    '     . -^-- V   ������ '  , 4 ,  Page A-2   *���       The Peninsula Times      Wednesday. January 26r \��972  ^Mu^iuMMiiiuyiiyiMiiMMwyi'^^  ���fUWWWWUtfWMttMMUSiJIiWMWMMWS^^  The PEi��NSULA^��e^  DITORIAL  ��� ���i  "/ may be wrong, but 1 shall not he so-wrong hs'-to jail to say what / believe To be right."  ���John Atkins  Stf.wa-rt B. Alsoard. Publisher    . -,,��..      -'.    -Douguas G. Wiii-ui.ivR, Editor  ���wiwwiwMMifWwiniwwwwwwwinw  Future is   good  WITH" a whole new year .ahead of us  and, .based on general growth during  the past two or three years, it, is a  reasonably, safe assumption to anticipate a bright and prosperous 1972. Wc  would hazard a guess that 1973 will  prove  even  better,.  To "large extent, there remains little  doubt that establishment of a regional  district hag played a'"major .role in "the  "accelerating  development���of the   Sun=-  Bui?  shine Coast,"regardless of..the high cost  of its badly needed functions.  In providing water systems to the  unorganized districts, garbage collection  and some semblance of zoning together^  with a reasonably stringen| buil  code, very many retired and semi-iTetir-  ~ eri people are moving into "the arc a-tind  constructing good quality homes. More  businesses have been established and  others have relocated from the lowcrv  mainland. In short���the fifty mile stretch  of highway taking in Gibsons, Sechelt  and Pender Harbour is steadily becoming unified. Within less than a. decade  it is highly probable the whole' area will  ~be one integral community. . -.  When that time comes it would  seem logical to have one controlling body  ���fer-i4g-H-'new-4he^ll-'Spars64y^efiHlai  Sunshine Coast is vastly over-governed.  We have Regional Board and two municipal offices. All have their own board  rooms, offices, secretary treasurers,  staffs, office furnishings, highly priced  equipment, plus a total of eightee  ected representatives  This���sTtua-tforr-rs:  in general-staff and certainly the taxpayer  wpuld be saved a large *and, unnecessary  tax burden.  ���Municipal Affairs Minister Pan  Campbell has stated that in no way .will  Regional Boards take Over existing  municipalities, Jn^rnan\^ cases this might  prove to. be so but-it seems a logical  exception in our specific situation.   7Not that we welcome such autonomy  -by-4b4s-^parricuta^^ But,���  a  Board\comprising the more capable- ���  members \f existing ^councils  and  Regional  Much Wis to be accomplished before  ���novation could possibly take  asicaWy it will call for removal  of existing barriers of parochialism. Far  Too many remain who are tfiah|e to-get  out of their Own", little cocoohs^^c petty attitude has to go and( indeed, will  go as" more and"lhore people from larger  communities move  in.  There is no longer room for the  idiotic attitude of two or three who, as  an example, were more concerned with  how much revenue a" liquor store  Pender Harbour would take from Sechelt  rather than the fact the  providing a long sought  "\7 Then  again  reject each and  unless it happens to be in their own  particujarterrain. Or, again, the clown  whcK^creams his head off each time  libsons is referred to as the Sechelt  Peninsula. So what? The time has come  for broadeSMhSng^Hve^eayes-i-f-seme-  fi*  *"&  \   <*  *5#*f  ^  **'  *?*aC  j  i  *$*..* ,*ir^'*T  **��*%���< ��a  ><*!��  i a  '**t*sJT* &,'  u]  ��n"  If   bi'  w *��4r**  *.+��!%,  -   ��� - -&-> &i ���*-������   .      ���   '-~��~f��M���i* *���  1936 Vintage ^ .    .    . .,~  One of the most feimous'homes of    Modernized by John    Ferguson   in  Welcome    Beach/ "Original    house  , 1963 it is now the gracious home of  built by Alfred Alexander Young ih\'Mr. and Mrs. Jack Hall.  1936 wl!th_an extension added in 1945.     "  ',��  &r  %*Agfrtfy.j  Mi  If  i *  M  at  i.\  fcr  ���y  y  *****  *$*���&&% A  History of Hcdfm.oon Bay  B*4*    1*J*  4. ��'*]  1"  *s Jh(V  tt  V  i*\3  &  -by Mary Tinkley  MR. AND Mrs. W, H. Clarke o* Cypress^  Park, who had been' visiting Redrqoffjf  sines'" 1915 were, the owners of the.'Vtf'hole  _ei^Welcome Beach by the 1930^-lind built  TKernselves what was prpMoty the first V  htrase 4n-Weleome^eae^7The-y-4ater-sold-^  it to Robert M^Fhompson and it is now  the property^cffW. D.Jaulafer. .     " .  Alfped^Alexander   Young   moved   to  Welcome  Beach  to  enter^ their  employment in 1934 and built the house which,  is  the  property   of  Mr.   and  MrsTT^ohn1  ^^lr-^^e-^ifi-^oimcn^s-^me-ivas-i^J  **"!  �����*  ft"  -in-  One might well iniiujirre " the fantastic  cost to --.the.taxpa^eipof' such duplication.  "Naturally it wjorJkl be absurd to suggest  that any one of the "present administrations could take care of the whole lot.  What could be eliminated would .be  two of the existing three offices and  board rooms, countless thousands of dollars worth of duplicated pffiqg equip-  ment, furnishings and four adrninistra-  tors. The remaining head man would, no  doubt, expect a somewhat higher salary  and would require a couple of assistant  administrators. On the overall 'picture,  re"should be a~considerabie reduction  i-udiereus-r���^we���muk^iv^oui^ffvial error?  unit.  f^ertity   was    around  1937 and: the house now owned  rvice to that     by Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Lynds was built  se-atho^-jumiinri- 1940 bv Major Ben Harrison' and  ry worthwhile facility     sold to Archie Rutherford in 1944. It was  for many years the^hpme of May  and  Andy  Menzies. "��� - - ��  Up till this time the road went only  as far as the Alf Young property and the  rest of Welcome Beach was sold, by the  Clarkes to the late Harry Fullertot^He  :had:to-Jixtend the road in order'to ��� subv  divide" so in' 1945 he^gave a contract to  Mr. Kissock of West Vancouver , who  brought his family .and a crew of four  and they all lived in tents .while they  extended the road for 1V2 miles as- far  as the McCaul property. He had some  heavy equipment and received the sum'  of $1,700 for the contract.  The late Frank Lyons worked with  Mr. Fullerton's . surveyor on the subdivision and sale of Welcome Beach. The  "first people to~buy on the extended property were Mr. and Mrs. Fritz Leuchte  and they built their home in 1946. They  recall that the lumber was shipped to  Gibsons and brought from there by Wilf  See��r-^ansfel^--���The-Toad was still-|mrgh7  Ufpar-i  Early Veterans  iw  This plaque was removed from tlie  ���w^ll-of^he-or4g4*iai^e4i"0of^^  when it was pulled down in 1964. Tt  bears the names of the men of the  ^--^^��^*Ao4ef44e-4ak^^ajjt^^  in 1915. It is so worn that it is impossible  to  decipher some    of the  names. Jim Cooper .would like to  4��ve^iie^iao^e-r-edon���-if-Hie-eould-  get the list of names. Can anybody  help. If you know only.one of the-  r..qr"ps that appeared on this Itsfr  please ^dvise Mr. Cooper or the  PeniMular Times.  The Sunshine Coast, as most of us  now know it, faces a tremendous future.  Let ys npt.retard. its. progress _ with an  outlook that should have gone out with  the last century. There will always be  those who seek questionable acclaim by  immature needling and rabble raising,  but most of us, are only too well aware  .that the old maxim still holds good  ^'uhite(i"we"stand--���divided we fall"/  In other words, we should all be  working with one object in mind, responsible and progressive development  of  the   Sunshine   Coast  as   onesingJe_  Old Timer  OnP of the earliest houses to be built  in Welcortire~Beach7-Built-by-W7"Hti_  Clarke of Cypress Park, probably  around 1930, Mr. Clarke ^--that time  owned the whole of Welcome Beach,  This house has been owned by' Bob  Thompson and is now in the posses;  sion of W. D. Faulafer.  CUABLE COUPON���CLIP THIS COUPON  COUPON.ANP SAVE $2.00  the. wharf as long as thf-ee hours f6r  the boat to Vancouver, but these were  the grandest times for visiting and one  hardly   needed   a  community   club.  Another   point  of   view   is  expressed  by Mrs. Helen Moffat who came to the.  Bay in 1947 as a Scottish war bride. They  lived in- a cabin un the-"Redrooffs Resort  iv-Sial  ON YOUR NEXT SHAMPOO AND SET  *   DID YOU  KNOW?  ������r-We charge less for colorfng^YOur-hairi-.than what it, cost., to 4 buy ..the i..  material   in  the  store.   Now we  use   Professional   Hair  Coloring   by  ClJArRObCOLQR E5SANCE-TKE5EMME,RQU.Ki^REAL-  " '     VlTACOLOR-WELLA  OUR NEW CAPLESS WIGS HAVE ARRIVED  CONTINENTAL COIFFURES & BOUTIQUE  Trail- Bay Centre, Sechelt  For apopiritment ph. 885-2339 - Valid Tuesday and Wednesday only  The   Glamoiig-Jfaa^JEadedL  "and the truck turned over. They had to while husband Stan worked for Osborne  pack the lumber piece by piece down . Logging, Logco and Rotter Logging. Mrs.  from the road to the site of their-home. Moffat recalls that when the Union boats  In. 1017,   Mro. ,Roy   Holgate   (then   Mrs7  ~had   stopped .seryicmg7this  part ;of  the  _' ���....-.          ,'���,',     j. j Klusendorf)   built    lier   big   prairie-type  RECRUITMENT into  the RCMP has of law administration today that he did h0me which .g now the pr0perty 0f the  posed something of a problem dur- .not dare touch his revolver for had he in- Henry Aussen family.  ing  recent  years  for,  despite  increased jured one of his assailants, all hejl would         In 1947 Mr; Fullerton bequeathed to  the   force- attractive^ to. the- B^-kini ^gine the  hcadlines-trf-lhepw^aHe^^ occasions, she had to get Bill Mervyn to.  0 ���.raS_J^^ Wekome Beac^[ WateSrd and the     take her'and her taojdiing children^ lo  of expectations.      ��� - shoots   innocent   ybuth".   The   TV   eler Weicome  Beach Community Association    Sechelt or Pender Harbour in his taxi to  coast, Gulf Lines operated a service be-  tween Vancouver and Powell River with  the Gulf Wing and the Gulf Mariner. Halfmoon Bay was a whistle stop and, therp  .was   a minimum number of passengers  \  -  There was ~a time -when-it^was :eon-  ,��,idgr,e,d,..a,privilege7t9,he accepted as a  member of the Royal Canadian Mount  ed Police. It's great and proud history  held a certain amount of glajnour, the  spirit of adventure'which linked it with  the great north-west, it's ever important  role in maintaining law and order, all  helped attract responsible men with a  desire lo serve.  ,.,.,.., Even, today,,, regardless of; difficulty.  in obtaining applicants, entrance is not  easy. Good standard of education,, intcl-  .-ligcnce-and-phyfiical-filnessr-are-ftll-pre-  requisitics for acceptance. Rigorous  training eliminates even more. Howovcr,  the .sorry situation is that while many of  ment-would  have���had���a���hey-day���and  , the ...hapless..  mely lucky to avoid criminal proceeding's.  Thus the subversives are accomplish-*  ing the aims 'of their taskmasters who  long ago said "we will conquer the  western 4 world without firing a shot".  They have successfully established a  break-down of law and orderi Introduced  a massive, drug cultwhich in .turn -led to,,  increased crime, hrainwasjicd the.particU  pants into firmly believing they commit  D~Trinrtr^nd^^  pawns in our society that it is the law  administration which is al fault.  What an incrediblQvsituation,but-lct  were formed to administer these bequesTsT  -built���in  1958 on the lot donated by Mr. Fuller-  ton and was extended in 1971. Centennial projects in bo Ureases with almost all  the work by volunteer labour. Many of  the men who gave so many hours^of their  time and efforts in building the,original  hall are not longer with us. There were  Alfred A. Young, Albert.-'Henney, Andy  Menzies, Harold P. Allen, David McCaul  .and,.Rob^M.,.Stewart,,Andy Menzies died  only klrnonth agp in "Mapi'e Ridge at the  age of 80.   __JJlJUH!LjyJ!J^^  coming into the area, and all wanting  waterfront, Jim Cooper proceeded with  the subdivision of Seacrest as far as the  Reg. Evans property, with the late Ron.  board the boatrOn- the-occaston-she���had-  .J)Mr.young.peppfejypuldjiiiali^  as.,prorno|er,^hq,ilrst3uyers,ja.,  vice, applicants arc in short supply,  The  answer should  bo abundantly  clear to all who take the trouble to fol-  1   low the popular news media. Name of;  the game is "open season on law ��� on-  . I'orcomenl     officers"    particularly   the  RCMP, So brain-washed bus.society be-  "r" conic tlirbiigh llio nqtivilics of Iho "Royal"'  Order of Sob-sisters t|iat, the moment  any semblance of force is used to make  an,.ai*re.sUout,,goes tlie,cry of "police  ���brutality*1.rThovfact  that    the  officer  ,   might have, been shot at, attacked , bv  thugs and perhaps been brutally kicked,  .,.,   hat) no bparlng what-so-ever, He Is lab-  oiled the villain of the piece, Should tho  trouble makers ol ihc media hoar of, or  wlincHN? tho arrest of a colored, poison,  they  rant and rave  of discrimination.  What, these same sob-sislors would do  �����-^hOtil'iinhcy^hcniRCIvd(r^All^lctlhi^oM>a-  tho  rabble they seek  to champion is,  of course,  another story. Than  Hhoy  ��� would scream the blues "where are\ the  , "cops", t'hey arc never about when ihoy  are wanted".  Just a short whilo bnck un RC1V1P  .,  officer  stopped .to  Investigate  an  aulo   pulled��partH>ff-tho��hlghwayr The-occupants,three jninks,, waited, until  flic ,  highway was clear then viciously nI��  i-IZ'^SS'SSl"1%'"hrt'<15ij21ijncU"HorJi)iiH injiiry.  T)uring"Tliolilrl'igglcJ7lhc HlWriird nor  impmpt to pull' bV�� gun on tho hoods,  ' He would have been JustlfM in using  .  Jt on all of aliom. Such |s Iho timidity  affect is being felt throughout the wpst- tW,s subdlvlpion were Mr. andIMw, Harold  ern worlcl. It is little,wondpr the RCMP ffi;.,^ ]���Ll? n^TLSn^  hnvo difficultv in nitrnctlnc suitable re-" bou8hl  ^   a  man  named  Ford'in  an  hive iniucuity in aurucunt, suuaoic re uUompt l0 devQiop n r08orti Ho put a  inlorccments,       _ . groat i^eal of hard work into his project  Our society is not sufficiently Hick wh|ch wos handicapped for  lack of n  that it will join the fallen nations or the roud. Ho agitated for tho extcntlpn of  world. We have no doubt, that,, once, a ,Ui��..Re4cDQffo'Jtoftd..^^  certain lovfil ;of degencratiom has been way at ,the east end,\^hteh would service  reached, the voice of tho  people will his resort, visiting Victoria and ajtendlhft'  demand, a remedy. That will come only mc��tlnK nt, Cooper's .stpro which^moant'  whcn~thq��fnbinnB have bcpn-wcll- and' �� ^qo.nillos wolk ouch way^or^hlm.  irn'lv'"tiiWicil Hiil' froiii nil  nositlons of Ho died'soon,aftor the .rpt^d,actually,wont  tiny boolu  out ironi  ill positions 01 {   nnc,      M     t    t bo   f|l f  for   the   boat   to  arrive,   with   Lorraine  and Ken who was only a baby.  Note: With this, the conclusion of my  History of Halfmoon Bay, I should like  to express my grateful thanks to all  those who have given me such generous  help. Mrs. Harry Sawyer, Mrs. Lena  Hebert.-Mrs. Eva Lyons, Mrs. Pat Ness  have given continual help and encouragement and I.nm grateful to the following  fort the loan of;'���pldturWai-'>,aW',-dbcumenJtsiv  Canon Alan Greene, Mi's. Jack Burrows,  Chris   Dnlton,   Mrs.   Richard   Laird   and  -Tohy-Tschaikowskjr '���'���-"~-^i--���*  While I havo checked and recheck'ed  most of the dates as carefully as possible,  there may still be" some Inaccuracies and  I should bo grateful for any information  ^bf'wthls*n"a^uro���sov'that^I"*'cnn'",brlnfi',"'my'"^  , own records up to date.  PENDER HARBOUR  TO EARL COVE & EGMONf  For  your   Real   Estate  and Insurance require-  rherits contact  HAVE YOU HEARD OF THE  BAHAI FAITH?  MR. JOHN BREEN  at 883-2794.  Mr. Breen has had extensive experience in  Real    Estate   and   In-  rsurance-qnd;' oowj-re-;;!  \sides ia. the* Pender  "~w~ H a r bou r~Area nr-r-*���  w.M*H.li>ii'[ ^.g�� *. .-i^h^Hf? .r t  /'  ��*��4 ficntf -,r,<i[- l>m: Wfe w'iif  Box 128, Sechelt  AGENCIES LTD.  7  Phono 885-2235  authority.. Right now they have infil-  traled all levels of government from tho  bottom-.tp tho top, "v'j ;������:���"    ,  Xhe MhymingPhilosopher  , ,  u_���,  Harry W. Fletcher  Thero aro ilnicN such an Now when I  contemplate how I.K> woihl itml Us  people urc clinnRlniii'  ThmiRh we're Mill ttomc,vhiU net In our ���  wuyH wo forgot tluil Time biiaijt, 1, new  jeiurnnglnu.  _Yct  we  grcel ^cneli^Ncw^Yciir  wllliout  liouhilna' or fenr; f*>v"lU>pc is' iho Rock"  ', we iiuisi hullil on;      '    "7 ���    ,    ,  ,' ',  If y��Mihlivon'i nyi hope-you're powoilcHH.    '..   taxopa���wlilubuiaeiuvlien^��iiiJbe.'i^j|ilaiiii.  Published Wcdncs(l(\yn nt fJcclielt  on Ji.C/fi Suniililnd CohhI  -trr  V.  ,,.A  ��wpowe!l Rlwr��,N��wt Town Crl��r  f>cc|icll Tlriicft Ltd,  Dox 310 x'Sechell, (1,0,  Subscription Rates; (In wivuncc)  I^xjftl; $fi per year, Beyond 35 miles, $7.  HOt    H|llllC(,|    Oil.  And |i I'nilcnce wipporU Iho recalls lioplnR  -.-,-   eoailfi, yuu'io oiv ill*1 liuiu loiul  lo Alliilnliu'i  ��)��lako-��oa('��y��^Y��)iVhB��^oi|l^  iio your goiil by IniluMry mlnui ^  Too miiny iiro, Drojvont or, Jam m bud,  Cop'OiiiN who nlmlcsiily drift down  cnnnoi  Inst,  It li'U'i WoiK.lo jjet  buck  ,  on tlio lllj-liwuy."     '     ", ''  �����  w7    7 , ' '    "  l.ol Us hope yot�� nnd'yours hnvo iwoldcd  it, The resort wor sold to Art Angoll who  alHO l*ought    and subdivided <- VYolpomo  WOOdS,;       ������'���;���-; -' .-���/;;' ������'"''-->��� ���'���  ���:; y '  Tho Into .Too Snllls. bought J2H ncroi,  on tho west sldo of Not'Wont Bay whioli  ho nUbdlvldod aroun^ lOfifl. and namqd  Eureka. MennwhUo ���'"with tho death of  ItufifloH Hawoa Brookn in 1003 and tho  ���<H,\lo*nnd��flubdlvlBlon��of~hla��lQQ-acro-*pro  porty near Wolcomo PnHH, dovolopmonl  .Hhu'tcd In curnoHt nlong that sldo of tho  lHay. Larry McIIono nubdlvlded tho Brookn  Cove properly and thin waa followed by  a further development by I-.cn Van K(i-  mondi  At Socrot Cove, which la#a favorito  . overnight placo for boat.i.to tlo up, there  ^hnH,.,hben,.��.���ptorc,J,for.���.many.���yenr/.i_Tho  'lido Ed, Groono' ntnrted a nmall ntoro  around/1047 and T^r) and Mra, Norman  l^)ffar,.bnHt the, pro'uon't..Htot'o Ju.ll)4l).,nnd  ��� carried o\��t,'many improvdmontn including  nrniownirTSoTwnFn^oTr-py now-i-iwyragTr"  oflSQcholl, P1or tWo'yoarfl thoy lfi��'| a poat  offko, Tho Ht9ro tjhanKed hand'c a ,fow-  , yonm nub and In now (>wned by a nywll:  ealo known aH B.C. Coantal Ito��orln,  , Tho coming.^of o'octrlo power to tho  iu^^iT^lOfjfl"HUi:iicV(rri^  -n��tllorii-nnd'--CTont^"T\n~,SvlTii"3'uwVnii"  demand 'fori property. 7   ...  Many of tho "proporty  ownorn' who  travelled to And from Vnncouvor 'hoforo  ^4hoalfty��..<if-,Uio4owk>��r-laU^nosit��)��lc��4H,v**-  ���.'d>oji) j ho hon|, irlpn, Jfcoplo., JiVjaqlated^  ��� hpoIh, Much ��h tho Norm .lloffaro, found  thoy  offered, an. opportunity  for nodal'  enntnotn 0,0(1 .fiatUhK lo Ui^ow tho people1  fron*, ,pt,h,or, pnrtH of tho coast, ,If wna'ri  leMholy .way to travol and> ftlt,ofiothcr.  I  <    IllAI    'I I 1(H    >l     I I'  our Recreation Centre  ��4��M^W  ���W^BWMt^iitW^^^  ��W��Mttm*MWMW��^  .        %%&S nV?l,,*r"1lfnClLf!.,!??h'lo,-',,.1^lfJV!V0..Brt1,  \)m trlp.woHlfljnlw.between 3, and 4  mfwwixmwwwwww  ^��<ww��y����w��i������Mwy��wMM��tiwiri��i||��w��wi����iy��WM�� ��,  llic sniff 10 Fulfill "yt'iir l.lfc'n ObllBnilon, ��� hotiri, and they mlnht havo to Walt, on  III - WORK DONE TO  Approximately 2850 man hours of volunteer work have gone Into this project.  Community wide surveys have hoen taken to determine;. , ���  ��,._. 11).WHATitYPE OF,RECREATIONCENTM IS WANTED.^���-~..J.;__-j:.���  II) WHERE IT SHOULD BE BUILT.  ' 7 ' . ' ���    '  "'  ;''The"moral support of "moist cli(bs Wd organizations in tho entire area has boon "  ~~offia7w>iir ���*���,-,^^r*T,~^-: i~*i-*���l-r���-"' : ^  A promotion campaign has begun to Inform everyone of the scope and details of the '  prefect. Many meetings are taking place, ���     *������.���  Year's Eve Party In tho Recreation Contro Auditorium. ,��**_��*���������  :NfXT7WfflCXIV7ZXlCC0MPflS^  -..���  --   -    >*��� - ��� ,t -     ,,,....,",. ii        i, ..'   .  .. I ,f *-*,.i:,   .'J, .......       \   .     .,    . . U    I. .. ,.    '    ,  Public Meeting Februqry 3rd, 8 p.m. Roberts Creek School-  ('  ���i  *m#fmw  #-  ^m��m��^��^mv^^y^^  KWMmWKtff��..-��*.w^iii  ��*&|^*.  *J*<^mM^^MMm  ' I  ,4 ' f  f> ^ ^^^^^iVi^/f # sel
, January 26,
Page A-3,
Leading question . . «
 »rr ;—r-r—; :—=*— .,,.,_■■_
rm commital awaited
egdrding "Centre" vote
ESTABLISHMENT of a recreation centre
at Roberts Creek appears to "be gaining widespre^fa 'acceptance throughout the S.urishine Coast. Publicity chairman, Dr. Eric Paetkau reports that up
to last weekend ^orne eighteen organizations have so far- requested that committee members attend meetings in order t_0j
outline proposals and give details of the
project. , .      .  .   ■
Predominant question in many peoples' minds was put lo the Times last
-week by Mike Blaney,. president »of the
Sechelt and District Chamber of Commerce, and reflects the views of many
who actually support the concept of the
Centre. Mr. Blaney said that his Char
ber has yet to receive a decisive*^ answerf]
from either the Committee or Regional
Board as to precisely pinpoint what will
be the  situation  should  one  or more of
the   .electoral'-  areas   vote   "No"   in   the
event  of a Referendum.
From Charles 'Gooding, .secretary
treasurer..of- the\Regional>.Board, it is
learned that no firm Committal has been
made as-yet for suph an eventualitya-14_
will depend Targely upon which area, if
any, opts out. Mr. Gooding explained
that if,, as an example, Pender Hafbour
rejects the "Centre" it is still feasible to
go ahead. It would mean the participating areas would then have to shoulder,
a greater load but it would not be too.
great an increase. If, on the other hand,
two of the larger areas vote "No" then
.the project would almost certainly be
dropped. . -'
Another aspectr-explained Mr. Gooding, is the fact that the area to benefit
most is naturally Roberts Creek. Should
it reject the schgme it will be |n-a position whereby it would  avoid, rj&ying for
a Cbnlre^in'its midlsl yet .residents, could-'
hardly  be refused admittance.
Further, vit is likely areas such as ■
Pender--Harbour will haye at least'three,
polling booths. While'the vote could fail
- in'two'-legations-and pa's's in orieTor* visa-
versa, the^overall count from the three
booths would still be the deciding factor.
The committee had hoped to hold a
^Referendum in February and a number
of erroneous dates have been stated but
a definite dale has. yet .to be announced.
There is a meeting of the Regional Board
this Thursday and it is possible a date
will  be arrived at.
Tn "order to keep the piublic aware of
latest developments,'the Recreation Com
mittee will hold another public, jneeting
Thursday,  Februarys 3rd  at  the  Roberts
Creek Elementary  School at  8 phi.- i
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iSi X 'Si
1    GIBSONS    i
^ . .-'■ .   \- ; '^
^ MacGregor Real Estate Building-^
^ * • . .^
^ ? Phone 886-7244 &
umhine Coast Business
Thumbnail Sketehfis^^
District 46 Teachers
ELPHINSTONE'S      vice-principal,      Mr.
Larry-Grant  is  introduced  this  week
in  the School Board's  "Thumbnail  Ske-,
tches":   7~W* """"
A   native   of   the 'Fraser  Valley,  Mr.
Grant spent his elementary and secondary*
school days in Langley, then on to. U.B.C.
—where. he graduated with a Baehe-k
Telephone;: 885-9515 - Telephone: 886-2912
Physical  Education  degree,  majoring   in
niatheinatirsy^T ;       '-'~~~-
Appointed senior Physical Education
teacher at Penticton Secondary School,,
•Mr. Grant taught there "for nine years
;fpre coming to- the Sunshine Coast. At
W.  Philip Gordon
Harris Block, Gibsons, B.C.
Penticton he was head of the physical
education department and for two years
was the district P.E. co-ordinator.
 In  1969, Mr,  Grant received
"scholarship and a rese^rchniflarvt to study
■at the University of Alberta where he
received a Master of Arts degree with
major fields of study in administration
and- computer programming. While 'at
"EdmoTitorT~he"""also-1UuglTt golfTand-was"
coach of the junior varsity basketball
Concerned with improving community
recreation facilities, while at Penticton,
Mr.- Grant—was an active worker. in the
Recreation Commission and was involved
as a participant and coach in many activities .including baseball, basketball, golf
and curling.
Mr. Grant's wife Maureen has also
been a teacher in Surrey and the Okan-
agan: They have three children, Cheryl,
Brad and Sharon.
Before coming here permanently, the
Grants had already enjoyed several holidays in the area, and look forward to
working in the community. Mr. Grant's
immediate   goal  is  to  increase   the   po-
in a "wider range of student activities.
Telephone 886-2069
Free Estimates - Fast Service
Drywall acoustic and textured ceilings.
Now servings Gibsons area and the Peninsula
Phone 884-5315  ,
■--      Box-J66, Port Mellon, B.C.
Our Cabinet Units Are All  Prefiinshed Before
Pottery, Supplies, classes & firing
deo'er for Duncan's Ceramic products
Pine Rd. & Grandview Ave.
P.O. Box 62, Gibsons, B.C.
R. BIRKIN — Beach Ave.,. Roberts Creek, B,C
Phone 886-2551
All Work Guaranteed
Phone 885-2021
Box 798 Sechelt, B.C.
~^~        No down payment - Bank interest
For free estimate—Coll 886-2728
Complete line of appliances
"H-AI-R-DRfc-SSERS • • : —-
Bal  Block- Gibsons
Every Wednesday
Located behind
MacGregor Pacific  Realty Ltd.
Atlas Parts 7 Good *Vegr fires
24 Hour Towing
885-2812 or 885-9979
Esslemont Equipment Services
"Phone 886-2784
Bc#< 436, Gibsons, B.C-
BANKS        , ' '
_: -SECHEUT-BRANCH~Phone-885.i2201-:—t|
GIBSONS BRANCH—Phone 886-2201
Sechelt Jue^Jhurs. 10 o.m.-3 fr.m. ,, ^
Fri  10 " rn-'^-fM;n ■ Snf -in ■■ »' -i p '"   "
No Mess Vacuum Cleaning
-.- - --CLEANED-ANP-REPAIREBT     ~^~~~
All Work Guaranteed
Complete Home Renovations and" Repairs
Phone 885-2021
Box 798 . Sechelt, B.C.
Fill, Cement-Gravel, Drain Rock, etc
Box 89, Madeira  Park
Phone 883-2274
All Work Guaranteed'
Box 798
Sechelt, B.C.
-in the Bal Block
Next to the Co-op Store
Gibsons 886-2322
Dianne Allen,  Proprietor
Expert Hair Styling
Cowrie St., •      Phone
Sechelt, B.C. 885-2818
All makes Vacuumed, Cleaned and Repaired
>r^7: .AlJ-Wock-GuafQnteed—	
tijon from Premier Bennett to attend a
reception following the opening of Parliament in Victoria January 20th. They also
attended a private reception, given by
Honourable Isabel Duw'sori who arranged
for them to attend some sessions of the
House as . well. Before returning home
Sunday 4hcy Visited relatives and friends
* in the Capital City;'	
A baby girl 7 pounds 5 otf. was 'born
,.....Sul,., Jan.,, 8th at,,wR()yul,.i.C|plun\bian,1.1,Hq.s-...
' % 1,' NoytYfMt'irii.niiicrI' mr paront a,.Rob-..'
crt  and   Linda   Honeyman    named   hor
.Nicole .Danotto.  Linda   is   the  daughter
oT™'KTi^Huriel^rvlhe ' o'f  SecRell,   tlie	
Honoyman's aro living in Gibsons now,
Mr. and Mrs. Howard and Muxinq
Pratt with son Harold are chappy to bo
moving into, their new home on Dolphin,,,,,
Street, Secholt this weekend. Their former residence was Gowcr Point, Gib-
sops, Mr. - It/ Pi;at"t is -Sunshlno CoaatT"
Credit Union manager, and as the Office
Is In Secholt this will moiin less travelling for him.
'Minn Chgrry "Whllnkor fi-oni Viiiicouvur
,., In hero ..for, a ,fow days, visit wllh Mrs.
 ]31lllo StBle7'7"; \" :"'",     • '
"YbtV'InivtiI'lioiirilYif the "Iruvolllng llbn*
rury but liavo you heard about tlie Ira-'
-Gibsonsr-Monr-Thursr"10-ia.m.-3-p;m. —
,Fri. 10 a.m.-6 p.m;
Pender Harbour - 883-2403
For Expert Blasting
Phone 885-2304 L. C. Emerson
 lf.MQ.Answer.l,eQva.MessaoeQt_  ,^.
883-2763 or 886-7377
R.R, 1, Sechelt, B.C.
. Sand and Gravel - Backhoes
Ditching - Excavations
_885^66, Boit J72,_,Sechelt,J^X.
i '"       '    ■■■  ■■■ ■ ' ■■■■■"       '■       i        ^"'r1 i.    f       ■■..■■Jul     H  i—■ — wy  _     _    —
PHONE 885-9550
Phone 885-2021
Box 798 Sechelt, B.C.
 —-HAU, SHEET METAL       t
Plumbing - Pipefitting - Steamfitting
Hot Water Heating - Pipe Lagging
Phone 886-7017 oi 886-2848
Repairs - Alterations - New InsIaHanons
Govt. Certifjed^Plumber • —   24 Hour Service*
"    Phone 886-2406
Sales anrf Service — 885-9533
-Bern'ina & Omegw-
ERVICE        Sales, Parts, Service
Mrs. Mono Havies - 885-9749
FisWfTg Supplies - Boats new and
JJsed-.- , La rge-&-Srn all——
■>■■  ^ •        ■■'	
Box 517 - Sechelt, B.C.
Phono 885-2132
veiling library book?        , , ,        ,    . ^~. , 7	
Motaloral't" was IhhucU to someone who
'   rtuvo tholr uddroHf, !hh ' Halfmoon Buy. It
was found lyings loose in the post, ofJJIee
«■    7 < liv-Saiv R«fn.ol,> California' anrt In  tyrri i7 for All Your' Renovations,' Repairs
whs sent, to,their library, Thoy wont It to ?, r>^ui^«t,'\A/^L.
Hnlfmoon Bny, Cnllf, but no one by tho                  Qnd Cabinet \VorK.
...   ,,,nmno in tho boolt 1h jiving tlioro. So buck     ~        , •phAn'o''"B85"2135*''"""■'"''"""""'"
to Sun BHfnol. Than H„whh hoiU to Booholt      rnonw ""^^	
libriu'y  poHtmurkod  Plotwunt  Hill,  p»li-    '    pi v CONE DEVELOPMENTS &
other book thoy Imvo, In tho Sun HufliQl
 , ,,i  LJbr»u\v 'or powt,.pfflco It too mlnlU find
lln way homo I
  Mi'fi,"liml)ol    Diiwlton "MliA'" for Our
(Hi-trlet hold ol'lncndlnj-' hor iiHtmlChrlt-l"'
nii'iN boiiMiiot of rjowol-H to tho tOniinlH
of Iho Honloi' Clllwn Houkui. un tiullo a
low,,of, (l»«m1.woi'« «w«y..ov«,'l.ciu'J«ini«H.,
I ifwsPiwMmffes"*
mra, Adu Duwo.'loIIvoml Iho flowm-H lo
■CHclroMho. rcHldcnlH frpmMi'H, Duwson.
 Clearing - Excavations—Road Building -+-■-.-
Grading -|fill - Road Gravel - Crushed Rock   .
Phone: Sechelt 885-9550
*  Lgnd Clearing - Road Bunding
.Tree Topping - Selective Logging
Telephone 883-2417
R.R.^1, Madeira Park; B.C.
SERVICES LTD.        mi   .
Tel; 886-2938 or 885-9973       >
,»„,«.,, ...Call, Us, lEprrtYpw^RlsppspLNe^s,^^,^,^.
When Renovating Or SpHng C(eanlng.
>      Containers Available,
' '   . >       i      '.       . ''  '
■  Residential T Industdalpancl Marino Wlrlna
Electric Heat"LlhoWoi'k   ———-,;■
Phono 886-7244
Residential - Commercial -Industrial
Gov't; Certified, ^Ie6trl(clqns       *
Phono Day or Evo. 885-2062
Domestic - Commercial - Industrial
Telephone 885-9606
Box 164, SecheUVB.C.
     'ii. - 	
SunshlnoCobst and Islands 7,
Wo Have A Thou»orid Ideas
,   Our Prices Arfl Competitive <
Coit Nothing To Call 805-9767 - 083-9613
Wrlto Oox 670 - Sotholt, D.C,
7     ,       owr professional holp.
GARDEN PAY, B.C, - Phono Eves, 883-27*3
'Your Ono Stop Building Store
For All Your Building Newlt.«,       „
Gibsoni 886-2291 - $echelt 805-2288
   JIM McKENZIE    7	
,,,  ^pp!lonc«, ReRqir-?.	
PHONE 885-9978    M
Box 387, .SoGhoIr, B.C.
-H'l p nln*Jtn<W.N*t.«t>l. rntm**-«*.^| ■■wiW'''* '
<,'',,'  GIVERS A:GALL           '
anadian   Propane
ocpnomlcal Cookl|io<f l;|eatlno and Hpt VJa,W,
.FREE ESTIMATES     ,     .,,
Phono 805-2360    7
Wharf, and Dolphin - Socholt, B,p,
* t
for all your
Phona~ 883*2663
'   T.
■■,7 7' •
1,;   1
,,   Fpr Your Fuel Supplies
; DANNY, WHEELER      ,i   ,
.   •   ii • 1    1   ««,!     •    »> 11     1 r „ ■ '1
1   , (       .     1  .\your     ,i7 „ ,' ••• h    ,
.'■•r".",;1MPERIAl;'»eSS0'»AGiaNT •:'!'
1* ■ViDt'-yfl w*w *■?*■&• t-"*^*^ n * «  jtfu*- - Kjitoi *Ai)»i4i*'»» tn<mjf    1 t l«nt       >   ,>i»^-*  i
t 886n9663 -. Hopklhi Londlnfl ^ .
7   * Nothing Doyvn — 10 Years To Pay
-Light Plumbing
Roy Blanche Madeira Park
883-2401 ; 883-2778
■■'/;■■:>,■■■,■  .. .    .' . y  ,-- ■    , v.--
Phono 886-7029 - 886-7056 - 886-7220
Everything   for  the   Do-It-Yourselfer!
Also Paints and Heating Supplies
Free Estimates,
Port Mellon to Pender
Jack Macleod
B.C- Land Surveyors
Marine Building - Porpoise Bay
Sechelt, B.C.
885-2332 or ZEnith 6430
Jack Marshall
■.ol    nMj>U>
 Welcome to-The-RJooTshlne*Coast™*
Specialists In Cleaning - Floor Waxing
Spray Buffing - Window Cieanlng
PKohe ,886-7131 *■ Gibsons; B.C.j
, .< 7 . .^^^Sppcjalizlng In:
Paper Hpnalhq, Interior & Exterior decorating,
Rug Cleaning, All types of Building
, Maintenance, Floor Installation.
.„,. .,., Window Cleanlno.    .,«,:,,.
PHONE 88S-9715 AFTER 4 P.M7
'  Pok 642- Sechelt, B.C.
At thaSlgnof the Chevron^
*    Machirio Shop --^« Arc oh<?l Acty^Woldln>o
•Stool fobrlcatlnpk—Mprlne Woy»      /
Automotive and Marine Repair*
Standard Marina Station
Phoni"886.7721    * Rii. 886.V956, 886.932«
twit1,!1. *. f rt'^M**^i^w«J(p«i^w^l»Wffl»**t^ *"»
Marinas       ■-."■- •.•:   ~,^,
TooFs and EquTpmenT  "
Garden Bay, B.C.       Phone 883-2585
"RENT If AT"     %" :-
at Davis Bay
»■ ^
"Wc Rent or Sell Almost Everything" •
Typewriters - Lighting Plants - Televisions
Roto Tillers - Cement Mixers - Lawn RakeS
, Mechanic's Tools ■      ■■   ;>•'■
PHONE 885-2848 — 24 HOUR SERVICE
AFTER HOURS 885-2151
~ ■ c *r$" hXrdware?	
Phone 885-9713
Ladies' driof Children's Wear   '
Qpon six days a week
Phone, 885-2063*
Cowrie Street, Sechelt   ■
Sunshine Coast Highway
Box 13, Gibsons, B.C. • Phone 886-2700
All Brands Available
Monday to Saturday 8:3P a.m. to 5:30 p.m.
Friday evening by appointment only.
-  Scows
Heavy Equipment Moving & Log Towing
■;v*    Phone 885-9425	
Household joying, Packing, Storago
n "■'* "'' 'Packirifl1 'Materials'For Sale
Member of Allied Van Lines,
Canada's No. 1 Movers ,
Phone 886-2664, R.R. 1, Gibsons, B.C
 1 '  '  1—1—'."   '.   1
Gibsons 886-2172
FuVnlture to anyvvhore In Canada,
GeneralJfrfliaht.lUnY-bcd and hpavy haullno
TiV; and RADIO
'  '        Gas - Dleiel Repairs - Woldlng"     <
Evlnrudo Sales, - OMC Part* /V Servlc*
' Doat Haullnp
MACK'S, NURSERY « Rpborti Crook
,   Fmlly Licensed Penllcldo Spraying <or
» "   Londicaplno ond Troo's1   ,
SMmhirio Coast Hwy. - Ph. 886-26B4
Ponder Harboar -883-2513
.Electrical, j, RlMmblng.^.jAppllQncps.
TVs - Furniture qnd Carpets
at Francis-Peninsula
 . J, , . u_
AH Work, Gnatanlood ',
.-^- Complolo t lomo Rohoyaiibna ond Repair* *■
Phono 885-2021
,    '.      '■   All Work Guaranteed   . ■•   7
Phono 885-2021,
:Pox"798-7"s'"-':7 ■'.^.'■•■■■'■■■■•-■'•■'-■■■'■'Secholt/.B.C,'
"~- •      o\ SERVICE LTD. - — -
about your
Gowcr Point R^acJ
TO REACH,     "
''I: if
In The Heart (j)f Downtovyn Sechelt
'Bo^'''799^Soi?'rioit''''"" """"!  885-9816
'"    J   'CLOSED ON MONDAYS ~ ! '"
Agent lor Hermes Typewriters
ri; P.HQNr; ,686:?>728      -      ^^
s    R7*P7"Thomas 8V tto,-     "^
.......,.,(.. ,...,:. ..,-,,,t, if, „,, f. '/, 4 «'....   |V ( ■..!»■..«y ...I ,,','., 4'-r ■-■,'.., 4.  ,,.,.„. I-,
•n,   K4,4.«4.^tt'
'       I       I I &M
, RciiphoU'erlng • F,<r»ryllnoTCompleto Drop«>
Servlco«Samples jhpwn In rbo homo' ,7'"'
Phono 886-2Q50 a Hor 6 p.m.
■   K   -A-      H«(     -   I,ii'
Low, coat » High power ,
Your Ruslnos3,:VCard
In this ?ppce will,  ,
* ,.. „.„
M f »   1
f   I
>V' ""
fl ..,.".'.
1      ',>'
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1,1 , .   \ I     I ,
'"'*>"l,'Ji'rfl!i'tl'V,4'V'"   'Mt'l
.   , ,|. 1 , , 1  ,   ,,w,,IV,nv tut  ' '(   *,      '  " 1 ' ' ,J»*w r  1   I Po9eA.4Peninsalg Times, Wednesday, January 26^972^; pFA,   ESTATE (conh)*     '    REAL  ESTATE (Continued)    FOR RENT
Ti     T5 - xrr.        Sechelt
HE fENIN^ULA Jdtftei, J.^   ns
Phone 885-9654
Phone 886-7244
^Published Wednesdays bv
Powell River"News Town Crier
Sechelt Times Ltd.
at Sechelt, B.C.
Established 1963      •
I WOULD like to takp this opportunity     to     thank     the
nurses,  staff  and   orderlies ..(I
inrewrNT~coUTd~3o"it Chris), of
St. Mary's Hospital. A special
Member, Audit Buread
 of Circulations
Sept. 30, 1971 «
Gross Circulation 2915
Paid Circulation 2478
As filed-WthJtbe-Audii-Bureau.
pf Cirmlarion. subject to audit.
.thanks to nurses, Curtis, How-
§e, StorMcken, Foster, Weber,-
Totrr, Gerfing, Hoc-kings* Hernando, B. Bond, McKenzie and
Morris for their very capable
care that helped me through
my speedy recovery. An extra
- ^special—thahfe—to—Dr_—Eric_
Real Estate Ik Insurance     s
Notary   Public   &,   Appraisals
Gibsons, B.C.
NORTH  ROAD: acreage, with
400' RR, and road all'nce on
one  side-.  $9,000   for  4.6   acres.
LANGDALE LOT: cleared and
basement excavated, approved   for .house  $.3,800   FP.
"HOPKINS:   well   built   small
house on big view lot. Worth
updating  at   $10,000   FP.      .
■   -■•■».'     LTD*
Gibsons, B.C.
Phone 886-2000
MEMBER  - a;
MOBILE Home/ 12x65. 2 bedrooms,  complete with skirting  and    aluminum    awnings
Only' 2 years  old. Phone 886-
7187.- 7066-tfn
$95 TWO bedroom  waterfront
cottage,       Halfmoon      Ba"y.
Available Feb. 1 - June 15. Ph.
1! 2-433-.%' 10. ,va>7&'i-a-a-
TWO    bedroom ' house,
rorfffs   R<i.   Immediate
Ph,   88,r.-9387.
• .poss.
WINTER accommodation available from September, "Separ-
4ite living rm. ahcl'bdrm. Bathroom with shower. Reasonable
rales. At Lovve's, Madeira
Park Motel. Phone «83^4.r"6.
Under  new management.
.    .' , 75.34-tfn
 / •    ,.     	
WILSON Cre'ek—level grounds^
1   bedioom  cbttage,  suits-retired   couple.   Phone   885-2153
after 6 p.m.  » '    7905-tfn
MOTHER   and    tyvo   children
r-Qfluire 2 bedroom home in
Sechelt  area/ Ph. 885-9550.
-7,    ..7     l''7 v      7783-9
RURNISHED   hontes   required
to rent Gibsons area. Phone
Rnh    Gray    112-684-0246    local
35.5.  '. , 78R6-1D
FRANKLIN ROAD: is the best
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Box Numbers —, 10c extra
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for Ad-Briefs not paid by
. '       "publication; date.
-   fcegol—or—Reader -advertising—35c~
per count line.
Subscription Rates—
By Mail:
Local Area —— $6.00 yf-
that assisted him. And finally,
I   would    like   to   thank > my -
friend, "The Alcoholic Bird"—
Boh' Sommerfield.- 7915-9
BIRTHS "    '     •»
...  is  pleased  to sponsor  this
Birth   Announcement  space,   and
extends Best Wishes to the happy
parents. "^
part of Gibsons and handy
to all amenities including the
beach. For only $6,500 cash
you can buy a 5 year old
house here, built tq NHA standards. Well planned interior
includes fireplace in living
room, loomy kitchen and
THREfc Led rooms. $24,000 FV.
Ask us about fjnuneing.
BAYSIDE     Developers     Ltd.
Summe*--Aiorries,  framing' or'"
remodelling—your-  plans    are
ours.  Write 2932 "West Broadway,    Vancouver,    or    phdne
885-2867. * 7897-9
■FINISHING Carpenler — AH
- kinds of carpentry work.
Phone Normanri Belanger 885-
9342. -. 7890-11
 \ .	
STORE   for   rent   in
Available  February
^TnTToapt T. V':VTT
1.  Sun-
BOAT Trailer * wanted   Tor . 16
ft, boat, 1,000 pounds capacity.   Ph    883-2622,   T. ■ Scales,
Garden  Bay. 7789-9
. - i
PRIVATE collector hobbyist
will purchase for cash,
swords, daggers, other weapons, snip's and other models,
oddities, gold and silver items.
Pursuant to-Section.'42-of'the
Mechanics- Lafen. Act, I have
seized' and' will sell" a 1963
Falcon Convertible, Serial No.
776Bfi3L53447^* Licence , No.
EAF-53lv belonging to AdVian
Ebe-rle, of -R.R. 1. Halfmoon
Bay. B.C.,, in recover,charges
against il plus the c"o<it of selling, owing to Art Armstrong
-Motors   Ltd.   This  -unit   lo   be
sold    two weeks    after    this
notice  has been   published.
Art Armstrong Motors. Ltd.,
■" Halfmoon Bay, B.C.
7914-pub. January 26,  1972.
FOR    SALE—1962    Buick,    2
door   hardtop,   7   wheels' (2
snow)  Ph. 885-2368.        7907-9
1966  G.M.C.  pick-up  for sale.
.    Ph. 886-2664 after 5 p.m.
• *       '    ,     " 7911-9
1966 CHEVELLE Malibu,  V-&
auUi  trails.   2   door," beautiful   condition,   $1200   sacrifice.
Ph 885-9654. 7676-tfn
WHITE      Corona      automatic
L2w0xsedan, -1971,  14,000  mi.
; Best offer.  Ph.  886-2580.   s
1967 FORD   Mercury   y2   ton
pick-up with canopy - automatic transmission, new snow
tires. Good condition, $1400 or
- • frest"offer. Phone -886=7244 or
886-2353. " 7853-10
2    BEDROOM   home,    waterfront,  unfurnished,   auto   oil
beat.  Davis  Bay.  $150  month,"
Phone '885-9469. .' 7909-11
SELMA    Park
meeting.   Ph.
Hall.    $5    per
TTeTital   IrvairaTSTe    cm    BeacTT
Road, Gower Point.  2 BR's.
$140 month.
JOiitSJJeLi^ocqLAreq J§T3ib yjr._
U.S.A.    _$9.00 yr.
■ AT.GOHOi.ICR Anonymous —    Our  sales  topped   one  million
OFFERS requested for dis-
" mantling small cabin 16' x
16*.' Ph.. 885-2023. 7900-9
$10.00  yr.
Special Citizens,
Local  Area  —
By Carrier	
_60c mo..
—Meetings 8:30 p.m., Thursdays, Wilson Creek Community Hall. Ph. 885-9327, 886-
2343.   . 4979-tfh
dollars in JATi.J-'AI-L Q5T
Jack White 886-2935
Copyright  and/or   property  rights
WISH"to contact
Latter Day
.Ken Crosby ..
Jay  Visser
Jock  Hermon
SDBsIsrrTrr-oiT-o.spray oAs^m^^^^^^6^^' 6^S-tlo_^
and  other  material  appearing   in
this edition of the Sechelt Penin-
teacher wanted immediately.
Jack and Jill Nursery School,
Gibsons.  Write Box 584,  Gibsons. 7824-8
4 BDRI.T., 2 bathroom, post &
beam Home, 1 block from
school, stores and beach. NR.,
Sechelt, $250. Wrirte Box 7908,
The Times, Boj/310, Sechelt,
7BJCL, . 1    7908-9
Condition  unimportant. Phone
88^-9390. . "   "  7892-9
3 CU. FT. used cement mixer,
wanted   in   good  shape.** Ph.
883-2452. 7894-9
SMALL   or    large   blocks   of
timber  on  the Sechelt Peninsula.  Old  or  second  growth
timber    Write J.  Howse,   Box
Sechelt,  B.C.        .7880-10
16 FT. Ski boat for sale witn
Chev engine.  Offers. Ph.  112-        astronaut canopy^^nowtires.
485-5856 •■      7811-10     Ph.   885-9784.     '     ^^8tr§H«—
If you are browned off,
HALL for rent—Wilson Creek
Community    Hall.     Contact
Mrs. Diane Anderson 885-2385.
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
unauthorized reproduction will be
subject     to     recourse     in     law.
"in the event of a typographical
error advertising goods or services,
at a wrong price, goods or services
may not be sold and the difference
charged to the newspaper. Advertising is merely an offer 'to sell,
and "may be withdrawn at any
time."—(Supreme Court decision).
Advertising is accepted on. the
condition that, in the event of
typographical error, that portion
"Th^advBTtrsing^space occupied
by the erroneous item, together
with reasonable allowance for signature, will not be charged for,
but the balance of the advertisement will be paid for at the applicable rate.
BY    OWNER—General    store.
Will   consider   trade,   house
or   property.   Phone   886-2467
pyp*    - 7791-9
VIEW lot—Selma Park. Nice
location, all services, cleared
asking $5,200 cash. Phone 885-
9.339.        ' 7818-10
GOLDEN   brown,   and   black
pupp'es.   Medium   size,   free
to   good   homes.   Phone   885-
2080. 7881-8
Ready   now—Registered.
1   male   and   1   female,   $50.
Phone   ~885^16ar""Brnshww5Q-
Farm,   Gibsons. 7902-9
__AAgmber of the_Muftiple Listing Service
Multiple Liistmg~Service
Box 238,  Gibsons,.B.C.
Waterfrontage, 1.63 acres of
nice flat land with terrific
potential for development. F.P.
$18,500. Terms.
GIBSON'S    RURAL:    2    five... -
acre  blocks  on  the  Chaster
Road.  Flat  land  and  easy ' to
$8,750   F<P.   Terms.   Of-
A composition charge is made for
advertising accepted and put into
production, but cancelled before
publication. Change from original,
copy when proof is submitted to
customer is also ^hprgeqlplie'ipt on
+iburly rate for r ttnev additional
SHOW quality male Afgan, 6
months, at discount price if
neutered. 8V2 ft. fibreglass'life-
boat with life jackets. Phone
886-2737.     [ 7899-9
waterfront   behind   Harness
Island.   700'   waterfront   with
nice 2 .bed.' cottage. Bring your
SECLUDED but accessible hy
good  lane, -160  acres   beau-
well    elevated     unde-
of fers.
panoramic view lot with a_
near-new very attractive 3"
bed. home with full basement
$2£9Q0.  .  .
irolnppd   property,   yp.ar   rnnnd 7rQBFiRT-S    r'nTTirTf;—IJJL^ete&r
SECHELT AGENCIES LIMITED invite you to list your property
wjt)T one of our salesmen and thereby avail yourself of the
best possible service to Sell your property.-
Some of the benefits of a listing with Sechelt AgenciesLfd.:
 1,  Competent staff, of._] 2,  to give prorr\pt, capabje-^frention
to   all   details   of  your - property   regarding^dppraibal7~T3d—
, vertising, zoning and possible subdivi£i©ri7etc. with personal
attention and  supervision of thjs^back-up service by your
personal salesman.
2. Continuous advertising-of catalogue available in, two daily
Vancouver newspapers.
-3\   Regularly updated catalogue of properties available
4. Continuous advertising in two local  weekly newspapers.
5. Well equipped office located at the point of most traffic
 jn   Sechelt  with  adequate, parking.	
Always remember there is NO CHARGE if we DON'T SELL]
Call anyone of the following Salesmen at their homeTiufnber
or at our office, 885-2235 .. .
large horn^==^-4cauJa7be TO) bedrooms—an excellent start for
a fishing lodge and resort. Good beach, lots of floats. $70,000
full price, good terms. Or house can be purchased with  100 ft.
waterfront lot for $42,000.
In Land Recording District
of Vancouver and situated at
Agamemnon Channel.
Take, notice that British Co-
-iurrrbta- Forest—P^eduets^iimi-
ted   of   1.190   Melville   Street,
Vancouver 5, B^„ occupation
~8 acres witFr^pprox7^50Jff7_5f-choice' woreTfrorrrHnirge-
(could be more) well finished home—1 x/z bathrooms, large
rumpus room, 2 fireplaces, double carport. Furnished revenue
duplex also on property. Choice site for possible development into
"motel,   rhadn^oT^ubdivision. ^Full   price  $~T2T>;00"0  with -terms.'
DAVIS BAY No. 2311
Unsurpassed water view lot, nearly 180 degree view of Straits.
Lot cleared, nearly level, Hydro 8, Water. A NEW HOME AREA.
Excellent. Asking '$6,250, full price. Peter Smith, 885-9463 eves.
WEST SECHELT '•     7_.      No. 2"3tf6 & 2307
2  view  lots side  by side,  on  black topped  road,   nicely treed,
— -»^en.4e^opeM^^ej^toe.^XBecre^
MR', and Mrs. George New-
sham are pleased to announce the engagement of, their
eldest daughter Qeorgina to
Mr. Del Sager, youngest son
of Mr. and Mrs."Ernest Sager
of .North .Battleford, Saskatchewan. Wedding will take
place al Belhel Baptist. Church,
-.Sechelt;; -B,G~on-Fehruary .,26,"
1972. 7889-9
creek, some ocean view, near
Secret.    Cove.    $60,000.'    Will
accept  some terms.  Box  310
.Peninsula Times, Sechelt.
• BOUR: 59 acres with 2,000'
lakefrpnt find black top road.
For any purpose, ,(his is an
oulstunuijig buy at $1,000 per
acre on ve,ry easy terms,   , v
?. 3 bedroom Garden Bay view
homo — New oil furnace t-
Wlred for. washer & dryer-
all copper plumbing — Sale
forced  at  $11,600.
MESSNER—On January  10th
1072,   Hprirmn   Mcssner   of
Secholt,   B.C,   Aged   63  years. ,     ,.
ward ol  Secholt  and Knrl of
■ MoTHft, 'B.C. Two Hlflters, Mrs,
L, (Pauline) Benner of Sechelt,
and Mrs; P7(Alico)"Hallor of
Loduc, Alberta, SorvlcHJR were
held in tho Hurvey Funeral
Home, TliuTHday, January 20, ,
'7n{oriiVoiir'\S«Tiviow Comolary.
NALI—On January 19th, 1072,
ChviRllmi C„lSfnJl of Mo^oirn.
l^ark, l'.i.C„ uRcd 02 years. Sur-
'Vlvotl.hy her loving' huabnntl
Ifinwronco, ono .ion David of
Surrey wnd ono grandson; hor
nif)lhor Mi'h', Juno McFarlaho;
3 hrdllioi'fl mid I) NlrilorH, Rov.
..vD...I*op^Uu.«oniluot«d tho h<u>
vluo   In   Iho   linrvoy   Funeral
Homo on January 22nd, Cro-
clonntlonH may bo made lo tho
Multiple-. 3oIqi'qhIh..Boploty, ,...
home "at   Pender   Harbour.
Spacloufi interior,, IQ?(cepUonal-
ly   well   Insulated, 'Offers   to
-$14,900,  -	
Almost nc^r 3 bedroom post
&. boom 'homo overlooking
Malusplna Strait. Lovely act-
Unk on wooded ncro,"' This
one's a real surprise at $14,000.
Torms   available— .look   Hermon   8B3-»745,.
SulinycroHt   Plu/.a .   ,
..i.4. . ..,!,.,,,.. Gibsons !.:■■■■■.,"".■■'...
.RipUOO>S'' '.JXOAD tj UA~n\
by 2(111' with potontlul vlow
of SarRoant Bay. Quiet aroa
prime farm land with. &
beautiful view of the guff.
Very attractive 3 bed. home
and guest-, house; also space
for trailer rental. Ask for full
Vancouver Real Estate Board
PHONE 886-2248
Notary Public
Vince Prewer        886-9359
Wally Peterson     886-2877
Ron McSavaney , 886-9656
Box 238, Gibsons,, b'C
.. 7(U52:,)!
20 ACRES undeveloped, vlow
property, Village, ol Scchell,
lano accenfl, .$30,00^. Wild soil
In R acre-blocks-at $8,000 -eachr
Write Box 310, Peninsula
Times, Secholt. 7403-tfn
down,   good   terms, on   balance.   Peter   Smith,   885-.9463
TUWANEK No. 2301
Summer cottage viewing Sechelt  Inlet, walk to beach and • boat
launch. All cedar cottage is 4 yrs. old, water in, 8. Hydro." Located
on lot, to ensure Maximum privacy, Asking $7,000 wjth $2,500
down; Includes furnishings. Peter Smith, 885-9463 eves.
PENDER AREA ~ No. 2382
Four acres In broad valley, mountain view, trout stream, good
soil and large house. Total $1,4,000, half cqsh, ,Jpck Worn,
886-2681 eves.
.HOTEL LAKE,., ....,.., .      ,.   ,. No, ,2285
You don't have to be at tho end bTa logging road for seclusion,
On .6. of an acre, on 0.T. road we "have it; A three bedroom
cottage and workshop' largo enough for a business enterprise. Full
price $26,00Q. Terms available, Jack Warn, 886-2681 eves.
-SARGENT BAY ~~ No. 2359
Large view lot can bo bought on practically any down payment
and terms. $5,000. Jack Warn, 886-2681 oves.
IECHELT" ' * """" "    «•—t——^3^2-408-
4Ms  acres of view proporly  lor sub-dlvlslon In Sechelr* Village.
Jack Warn,, 886,268 loves*,     .   ,,.,. ,,.    ,,     ,    .,,, ,...,... ......
No, 2407
Box 799, - Gibsons -
Van Direct 685-3133
FlivU tlmo orforotl, cotrU'ortnblo
1Q   mliv  drlvsj "from  S«qholt,       on<^ 'Iwm,- hoino,   Qlhnonn
,WHj|lo,..1„ir3flOO. ,u«Hh^liPho    l '''   nr"    "'  "'"   n	
Want a nice qulot, soclucled, (water access only, unlous you'ra a
really good hiker) aroa to out away from II all? Wo have an
excellent silo about 4 mllos from Porpolso Bay Dpck on Wost slclo
of Secholt Inlet across from Sandy Hook and (Tuwanok', This
loaso proporly has over 200 foot on ^rofoclwl hoy, Want moro
details? Coll Bob Kdni; 885-9461 "ovosi or CQtdV him ol work?
883-2235 plaaso!
Forest Froducts Company,1 intends to apply for a License
of Occupation covering the
following  described  lands:
Commencing at the South-
-^Eab'l- Curlier uf -Lut- T288;-'New-
Westminister District, thence
N. 356 feet; thence S. 15° 30'
E. 520 feet; thence S. 15" 30'
E. 500 feet; thence N. 15° 30'
W. 740 feet to the South boundary pf Lot 72837 thence N,
-71~ 23--Ecr860....ieet;7Lheoce S.
30' W. 200 feet; thence
East along the South boundary
1 of Lot 7283 a distance of 450
feet more or less to the point
of .commencement; and containing fifteen (15) acres, more
•or less.'
-   The purpose for' wfiich the
disposition ' is required  is  log -
booming and storage.
British 7Columbia.", Fewest
»        Products Limited.
PPJ      ..
 ''"■ "F,"" A. ArstrohgV Property
Dated. January  ll,. 1972,
7813-pub. Jon, 10, 20, 1072,
D.L. 3678, with a considerable amount of merchantable timber,
has approx. 550 ft. of waterfront^^i^ixaT'CaTce, road & creek
through property and an old house which could be^ rebuilt. Full
price $50,000 with $25,000 down:     ~"    - -
-fcoT~Ti~ls alorge view lot, approx. 80x550: Look for -c-rrr-sigrr-on-
the property.  Reduced  from  $5,000 to  $4,000  for quick sale.
■ _ . \
1%   acres  of  semi-waterfront   parklike   view  property.
Located just above Madeira Park gov't wharf.
"'   -V"""— PENDERrHARBetrR— -—
New 2 bedroom 864 sq.  ft.  model  home.  Electric heat,  stone
fireplace, wall to wall shag carpets throughout. On choice semi-
waterfront lot overlooking Pender Harbour and close to store and
-   marina. Full price $25,900 with $5,000 down.
/  : 4-^-— . .
Lot 14—90 ft—$13,000.        trot 20— 100 ft.—-$14,500.
-b*4-6 125A^,$t3fSflO.     Tot D-f9.aJt —ii 10-ffflfte
Lot 19—75 ft. $ 12,500. LorT5=^-35-ft^$-lT$700ur
Lot M—80 ft.—$10,000..
85 ft. waterfront lot at Earl Cove—$13,000.
Approx. 275 ft. waterfront, Garden Bay—$26,000.
'     Sakinaw Lake—Approx. 330 ft.—$25,000.
Ruby Lake—Approx. 103 ft.—$14,000.
2 homes—onev3 BR, one 2 BR—on very large view lot approved
for 4 lot subdivision, Fu|l price($36,p00 with.terms,
• New/partially finished 2,BR; 1^
sundeck, on 85 ft. choice waterfront  lot'.  Full  price $2(5,500
with terms,
4^f y.^^^1 iM^innwWW**
-., —- 6550-E.4-.Hastings Stroet,-'K- Burnab'y,.,w—„
Loc, al Davlti Bay, my ,hoiqlibqifr *6TcC• a^iw^iiwiT^ aoo fBr-ov«r-
twlco  Iho price. 'This* Is fl  Rool  HOT PEAL 01  only  $2700.
ZIZZL 4„j,^.i.iMp.jQtLPPK;(N$?;.' ;,;,:.,j";"_
Then arnb thin 2 'bdrm. full' bwnl, horrici loc, In on. Itlwl loco
It's hard lo como |>yl Du| lioro'n a choice ploco of A ocroa wllh 0
beautiful vlnw'clow lo Sechelt for only $95p0 f ,P. Try your
vljji*9iT'*««SfKW i#4WWS(f *(
rtwfMI f<&milf*»Mf*>f*f«t*
Purchase |hl» 2/3rd* acre pdrcel, Lovoly vlow property ond only
)00' lo 0 nlco tionciy booch, Try yowr P,,PyrnU to P.P. of only
, !r7(00(). Trade* ol ony kind accoptpd, •
'-r   "
bonoh, P.O., hIiorh oto. Could
oniilly bo'• iidcjod 6nlo oiv Iclonl
.lor rsntliiK Hlluutlon, FP:
$l.*),00p, Only $0,1100 down,
Vnil, n't 7 pop conl. ,
In^l,,-nroo,, Two.. lovoly, .pnrcoln..
lotnlliif,'"fUl noroH, npproji,' Mi
vlottrod In ptiHlui'O. lip.', Q,nly,t
i**iflnTi'^\'j\f\"""""'   '   '"""^^f^i,J*^*^*^',"**w'ww*"'wM"|"w"''1'*'
'- {|1 l'!4'lIMM)-'~-«''--"«^-™»—•/»»-.- -^1.n...,.»„..1.„_,1„r^„
Roo "ih'lfi oUUii' typo ',\ bdrm,
fiuvilly "h'oino, hIIuhUkI on n
low frtr only .114,000. FP,
LOUEIIit a I RA\ID1 011(1-7244 or ,
«|lfl-77(10   (ovhb,)'
^(ii%lpw.wW T M^V'rtn.>^t4^l[;?Mlp)S8H
,WEST«SECHELT,~, -,,,,.^,..-,.4,   . .      -   ..        ..  ...   „No,,24l6
Rely a lot "on'Nor-Wost'Boy Road; In this subdivision with Irohtlng
pavod road, ot tho spoclpi-lor-cash' prlco pi $45001  * 00 faet by
' 2?5. Plpor) 'wotor/'anllclp'dlod this year,"' Is boUnclio Incroaso
valuos. Over Vis aero and zoned Ros, II. Got yours now whllo you
still havq a'cholco, Look for our sign, about 40Q foot past Nicker-
son Road on iho "high slclo". Hob Konl, 885-9461 ovos,
■■mi   i>i i.l» »■ ll  if III, mm >■ I     11 1 1  III I   1 1  !■» ■mm     '    » 1 '"  ■ ■" \* »«W|' "Jp'»» ' >"••»*»•*■  ,       , r * * '» , ' ?
1 ■ *   \ . I 1
dotynj ht'nnd now U « !1 bod-
room li'omon, lVi*..'bnU)fl| whll-
to'«.w«U ,carpet, fully., porvlcetl,
lovoly vlowj NlfA nppnrvocl;
to V qw 011II1 LOIUUM QUI*
AliDi"»(MU72l,'l or ll«(l.77(IO,,or
SI-Cl-jELT VILLAGE ' No, 2423
 3  batff'6ohi7vtilu0'-fb'r^
vantQQ« of vlow up Porpolao Ray ond low, lovol occaua to boatlno.
Colonial stylo front lo mako you on onvlod owner. An l/nrrtaculato
{lomQ contains many fqaturoa; Eq swltp plomblnn, two flroplocoa,
Ipanolod foat^iro, walls, wall to wall carpollng. auto', oil liaqbohd
hot water, undornround oarano and host of Oil, quality qonMruc-
■ tion, You will nocd ot least .$10,000' lo hanrllo, ppb Konl,
, 885-9461 ovos.    . ,   „  . ,     ,    ,'
. SECHULT VILLAGE ', .    No., 2422
Allractlvo oil oloctrlc throo bodroom homo, ovor 1,000 sq, ft,
- Stoqo flroplqqo, Largo lot wllh IrMlt troos, borrloa aqd ulirubs, Gar-
•dun^Bhod^oarago^patlo,and-,lovol.,lawiv,clo6o,.to.'SchoaLand --
Bhopplna controi Full prlco !j'.22.950, Try yo»,r down poymonl,
; Don Hoddonl 883-9504 oves," "',   7    '    ' 7
4 very good bulldlnas lots. Easy walking distance to school and
stores ot Modelro Pork. Can be bought with low down payment.
Appro*, 1% acres with water taxi, gas station, largo 3 BR homo,
wjth self contained rental suite, on' 3 adjoining waterfront lots.
2 BR homo on largo vlow lot, fronting on Hwy, 101, at a vpry
reasonable prlco, Please phono for further details,
■■•in {       ' 7 No.'2388  .
' OYorJpo|(jpa pcoon". "at  Dovl» Hay,
.„..Hdlf:..acra,.Vliliw.!Jot„ ,    .,,. _,,.,       ,.
Sltuatoo at/fond of qulat ntroni, Nearly Iqvol/nlco choice of froonj
(nil oo»y tn'clcjor, Only 1'6,20C), Pqn HarMon, 805-91504 avaay
PAYISBAY '      .No, 2414
latidscopotl lot, Short walk lo hooch' ot 'Dqyln Uoy, Try '0 bonk
mortgage on full prlco" of $19,950. Don Hadden, BB5-9304 ovos.
Acrnc.ES LTD
Phono 831^-2235
Bo* )%&. Secjiolt
> MH*I. *h t*H<>| *
  'LAND"'ACT'' ''7,
In Land Recording District,
of N6,W','5yoatn)lnllstor),B,C, nW{ \
Hlturtled A'ftwmemnon Chanriol.
Take   notice   thnt   Qeor/jS
. -Wftltor, ,nnd , SuRftn,, iHUbollw ...
Mridnop of 330 Y1U0 Bond HphI
CiillllwnoU,   B,C„   octrupntlon
iiorvlco   mnnngor   InloiidH   to
. npply Jov n JA, «cro, or,400',, x„(,
300'' wivi or front, «0 yaf\v luuno
'of   thci   following   rloficrlbcrl
''1(1*1(11: .   .
Commonalnft nt •* pool plctii"
ted npprox' 100' North of tho
S,W.-corner o« LqV R320 tbonco
- npprd?fr100*f l?**Nprth}'* thence.-
npnrox, 300 f l„ EuHt, Mionco np-
proxr 100  H.  So\tUr,"thonco -
approx 3(|Q l't.,lVy,0Ht, und coq-
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mmm^m*mmtmm jkpy - ���  7^""^^0��  AUTOS & TRJJCKS (cont.)   Keni"su!q Times, Wednescloy, Jonudry 26, 1972 Page A-5    J)eath p{ time  .i-   .-   &������  1S69 ONE & half ton H.D.*  int. flat deck. Duel wheels,  4. ..s.pd���irans., big V-8 motor,  $2,500 or best reasonable offer,,, Ph. 886-2291 or after 5  p.m.   886-2708. 7393-9  ^19.5.9 INTERNAJIONAL ��\  .. ton, 4 spd., good tires, fVw  brake, shoes, new wheel bearing. Ph. 885-2082,-can "he "seen"  at Ted. Chambers, Wharf Rd.  next to Hydro Jine, Sechelt,  $200. ^ 7.895-9  1968   VOLKSWAGEN   Beetle  4   new --tires?  excellent  running order, $1050. cash. Phone  885-9654. 7679-tf n  REAL ESTATE  Box 769  SECHELT,  B.C.  .ESTATES LTD**** 885-2241 >  ; Von.'--Direct 433-6546 ; '  '   PANORAMIC VIEW  2  exceptional   1   acre  lots.. Both  treed  and  only   ] 00Tfeet  from  good beach.  Located In- West SecHelt on  the--highway.   Lots are  80x500 ond fully serviced. S. Anderson, 885-2385.  FOR SALE  1968 OLDS F-85, 2 dr. coupe,  350 - 4 BBL.  dual exhaust^  air   bags ^:5f>-geaTS7^*r~ipd.,  -stantfsrer "  trahs~ " stereo tape.  33,000 .iailev :yery....clean,- sell  $2,100. Phone, P. Wayment,  885-2480. 7918.9  DINING room table, large  chesterfield chair, Chinese  hooked rugs, end tables, bric-  abrac, shotgun, fishing tackle.  Phone   886-9390. 7891-9  CASE   lubber, tired   tractor���  _ mp_del YAH...PJT.CUand4.43el4-  drive.    Like    new    condition.  What  offers'?  Ph.  885-9988  or  .885-2444. .  7896-11  SUMMER HOME SITES  We are offering, for sale 7  recreation  lotsi  V2  acre each  in the  Sargent  Bay area. AIT are nicely  treed  and have  beach  access.  From $3500 to $41 50. S. Anderson, 885-2385.  PRIME FARM LAND  ���5.,.acjes . witk~si3nal'-~m^ha^~-*'4���deW^  fenced. S. Anderson, 885-2385'.  -*    -    NEW HOME  7j60 sq. ft. ot.NEW.HOME located in Selma Park. This is located  on a Dominion Lease. 2 bedrooms. Auto Electric Furnace, paneled  throughout.   F.P.   $13,000.00,   try  YOUR terms.   Stan-Anderson,  '���..���'     885-2385.. '   -  SALE    AT    Mor-gan^s,-=st  January 27th. Morgan's 885-.  9330. -7816-9*  2 SNOW tires 7-17-5, cast iron  -haalejv���-4���tege=s-wr+dQwsr--  satellite    speaker,    2    electric  motors  *4  & J^r^S���galiT-ftier-  tank,   1   gal.  stone jugs,  fire-  pteee bench, etched__pla.t.e mir-.  ror. Various pieces silver and  china. Ph. 885-9048.       7913-10  CAULKS    and    work    boots,  new and used Sechelt Shoe  Renew.       v 7912-11  USED   T.V.'s   stock   clearance  sale.   Sunshine   Coast   T.V.  Sales' & Services Ltd. Box 799,  ^���Sechelt, B;C7Phr 885-9816^ ���-  7793-9  ' GIBSONS '    ���.  A  real  good   investment���5   acres  for  only   $7,500.   Act. NOW'  ���_. this won't last. Coll Suzanne Van Egmond, 885-2241.  '      ,       VIEW LOTS   A fine selection of.good view lots from $3,500 and up.-To-view  call Suznnnp Vnn Egmond, 885:2241.'   IT IS  not  astonishing that  so  . rnany of today's students re-  "gard    history    as'   irrelevant.  History    is    the    accumulated  ��� burden "of what men have,  done in past time..''Time has  always seemed the enemy, of '  man .-since each of us is oon-  sqious ef his own mortality.  ��� With industrialism, the ever-  accelerating, inhuman pace of  technology has invaded, every  domain of life. Efficiency,  speed, total use of available  resources have become the  values. Since television, there  is not oven the investment of  menial effort and of time  which a serious book or a  godd newspaper requires. Politics is seen Jas a demonstration, a dramatic, confrontation,  with no realization' of how  .much time and effort are  needetrto - alter a. large, com-'  READ  RUBBER  ^Letters to. the Editor are the opinions of readers, ancl not necessarily those of.  The  Times. A  nom-de-plume may be used for publication,  but all originals must be signed by the ^virter.  lex society.  One Way Street  Editor, The Times,    _,  Sir: One thing" that" continues "to bug"  me is the way in which "racism" is used  exclusively against the white man. As  soon as we hear of black militants entering a town, like inBatoru Rouge, to create  a confrontation with the police (invari^  ably resulting in black and white deaths)  the bleeding hearts of our news media  will blame the white racists despite the  black clenched fist of "revolution and the  rallying  cry  of  '-'kill white".       7    ���  Similarly, as the predominantly Hindu Indian army invaded East Pakistan-  to confront the Muslim Punjabis' of the  West Pakistan arrny^_nol_0ne. membet_ol  ' the" '"liTSS-aT"   press -^mentioned���the - long  been  changed.- These changes were supposed to lower the* cost and jmprovethe  .service to theTcar' operators'. Unfortunately,- in  most cases  this has not  been the .  -case. ; ���������'���'��� j  Anyone having problems related to  car insurance is requested to jXrite to  me^-as-���' car insuranefr-spokesman for the  New Democratic Party, in the British  Columbia Legislature. When" writing  please* state the name of the insurance  company involved, your policy number  and the details of your problern..  I will do" what I can to assist you, and  do my utmost tovsee that a-better system  of supplying���car insurance; is developed  in British Columbia.  .BILL' HARTLEY, ML A,  COMMERCIAL PANTING  see THE TIMES  wini��vu����vuwiiniv��v����Mywwywwu��ww��M��yvyww  SUNSHINE COAST  GOSPEL CHURCH  (Undenominational)  /Sunc"oy School ��� 10:00 a.m.  Church Service��� 11:15 a.m.  Evening Service 7:3,0 p.m.  -  PASTOR REV. S. CASSELLS  Davis Bay Road 'and Arbutus  (2 blocks up from Highway)  WEST SECHELT  2 large view-lots in nice residential area, overlooking Trail Islands.  Access>o a fihe beach-only a.few steps away.'Call ^uzcinne-V��r  ������.     ���-'���-���   ��� v   ������    Egme  WATERFRONT���DAVIS BAY  Davis   Ba'v-^level _beoch   access, . InnHsrqped   grounds,    large  cement patio, paved driveway, garage and over TOO feet of  waterfront, all make this 2-B.R. home__one of the best wafer-  front homes for sale in the area. Bedrooms and living room"  have wall-to-wall carpet, fireplace in living room. Gas heat and  cooking. F>.$34,600. Stan Anderson, 885-2385.  ^A^���E^ELEeTION-^rF-LeT-S-TO-eHOQSE   FRO/vV  FOR ADDITIONAL  INFORMATION,   DROP WAT OUR  NEW  r���:���^        ,.....'.   Disdain for history is symptomatic of the malaise of today's youth culture and of the  larger society whieh nurtured  it.-Resenting death, we murdered time. Almost too late  we see that what we have  slain is not time but our sense  of ourselves as humans. To  r>jeet Ihe past is to. deprive  today of its meaning tomorrow-. To evade the significance  of time is, to empty .life of its  significance. It is that mean-  inglessness   which       pervades  -this���age  of instant���gratif-tcat..-  ion   and   instant' results   and  permanent  dissatisfaction.  Icarea or scrcre<  KENNETH   L.   Wilson:    That  ���first   Christmas"," 'too,   Were-  was scheming as w&U as sing-  -tng;  fear-as  well as���faithTlt-  TlYe-Lillooet)  time  racism -whictHhas���existed���in-both >..- ^ ������'--���   "these countries.  Today,  millions  of Muslims living in  East  Pakistan  suffer  persecution at the  hands of the "Hindus. With the Red  Chinese backing West Pakistan and  Moscow backing India, 4 both are guilty  of racism. "But-���no one mentions it?v  Racism has become a weapon to be  used exclusively against the white' man  of   Rhodesia.  South  Africa,  Britain   and  North America;    (Mrs.)   SUE  SUNDERLAND,  Guilford,  Vancouver  Yes or No ^  MORE    ABOUJ   ...  ��� Special class  ���.���   "" ���from page A-l  courtesy  the  Gibsons  Kiwanis  who  provided the tickets.  EXE<2*��flVE '  Accepting the responsibility of office  for 1972, Mr." Albert Lynn was re-electe^'l  to serve as-President-for-4.he iliird ..con^  secutiveyear7 Also re-elected were vice-  president, Mts. Margart Lamb; recording  secretary Mrs, Roberta Cramer; corresponding  secretary Mrs.  Eleanor -Wolverton;  PENDER HARBOUR  TABERNACLE  .^ (Undenominational)  ���_  SUNDAY SCHOOL AND BIBLE CLASS  9:45 A.M.  ���   CHl/RCH SERVICE���11:00 A.M.  . -���Pastor'Rev.-Walter-S.^Ackjoyd-  Madeira Park ��� 883*2374  Editor^The Times,  ,  Sir: The word from Ottawa indicates  .treasurer Mrs^ Lee Macey. Directors are  Mr. Frank Y&tes, Mr. Ed Hauka, Mr. W.  Nygren, Mrs. F, Willis and Mrs. M. Wheel-  that an election is in the offing (1972)  3te-3tart"fenee-m3i._   ing.   They   have   already   mended 4 their  .       Executive members of the Sechelt and  own fences by increasing their pay and    District  Retarded  Children's   Association  -petretotrer-{A- pension Ihat���cau  grow  to�����n^he-Ser-ee^g-Gemfiiittee^ce^^  an  annual sum of $13,000.) Many have     Macey   and' Mr.  Albert  Lynn.   Also   on  already   qualified   for���4A4s���pension���the the Sere'enijigJl4omraittee--ar-e.-Coast Gari  ���J>  e United Church of Canada  SERVICES  _ St...John's"ifiijfel Church - Payb Bay  Sunday Services - 9:30 q.rn> _  Roberts Creek United  Sunday Services - 2:30 p.m.  Gibsons United Church  Sunday "services - I I: Ib a.m.     ~  Port Mellon United  Sunday Sen/ices - 7:30 p.in  (2nd and 4th Sundays)  Ministry  Rev. Jim Williamson - Gibsons i 886-2333  was a time of suspicion, tension, cold war. In-..fact, the  biggest wonder about that first  Christmas was that it could  happen at all. Maybe \ye have  to do now just what shepherds  and kings and innkeepers had  to do then: sort things out -for  ourselves    and    deoide,    in    a  -wordf^whethen.-to: spell  4afe'f  "scared"  or. "sagred."  others will try hard to keep in the ring  for another Session and hit the Life-  Time Gravey Train. (An MP pension).  Now is the time to ask every MP  if he will stand up, be counted and vote  for an increase in pensions for our sen-  USED   fuel  tanks   1,000   gal.,  2,000 gal. and 3,000 gal. Good  condition,  good  prices.  Phone  Bob - 883-3248.     __.__     .789.8-11  PRAWNS  as  available,   fresh  ; 8.0  rents  lh.   qf--$1���eeoked.   A phon&t;an be an office.  ior citizens. If the answer is YES���he may  have a chance to return to Ottawa after-  the next election. If the answer is NO  ���he may-have^yig opportunitysnf-,jflin--  ing the large army.of Canadian unemployed.^ x_ _ __  _. ��� ���  May I be the first to'publicly put this  question to our B.C. MPs. Is it Yes or is  it No? And I suggest that our MPs will,  make   their  replies   known   through  the  press.'         '     *   ������"���-��� ���. -"4 -' ''���    '  ~ ���GTf e-ltORBLiNG-  baldiTIealth Director Dr. D. L. Gemmijl;���|  School District Superintendent Mr. R. R.  Hanna;   District ^Supervisor . Mr.   Hart  Doerksen and the principal of the school  which the student attends.  Re-elected as Building  and  Maintenance  Chairman  is  Mr.   George   TuryirelT"  -who is-ser-ving-in-this important capacity  for the fourth consecutive^year.  ^^..j];6^accoBiodate--the^-inx3:eased.-..studeiit..  enrcrlment at Sunshine School, the builcU.  ing has been altered to provide two classrooms,  Forest cover delays and extends the  period during which snow melts in the  spring and in 'this way helps to regulate  water supply."~ ���  The Anglican Church  SERVICES  ST. HILDA, SECHELT  Every Sunday at 8:00 a.m. & 11:00 a.m.  CHURCH OF HIS PRESENCE, ttEDROOFfS  7���-^hdH8rr4th-Sundays-in-the-month-at-���-  , ���  ��� " 3:00 p.m.  PENDER HARBOUR AREA  1st & 3rd Sundays in the month at  EQMONT  1 st 8r 3rd Sundays in the month at  4:00 p.m^  Priest: Rev. D. Popple, 885-9793  Also frozen.  Ph.  883-2282.  7636-tfn  AAARIN& ACCESSORIES  Painf;���Fibreglass���Rope-  Canvas���Boa't Hardware  You're independent. You've'got your  own business or you're just on the  move a lot. You probably spend most  of your time between phones.  Give yourself an edge.  Don't miss that emergency call or that  crucial order because you're driving.  A radio telephone can make an office  ... anywhere.  Call our Marketing Department.  Some changes  Editor, The Times,  Sir: In recent years the British Columbia laws related to car insurance have  Wood rot is most common where wood  becomes alternately wet and dry. Wood  kept continuously dry, or completely submerged in water resists most decay.  Compressed air service  NYGREN SALES  (1971) LTD..    1  Phone 886-9'303, Gibsons, B.C.  A phone is what you make it   -  To succeed^  COAST     legal  ���available    at-  publicat-ions  -The"   Times-  Bookstore, Sechelt. AIsqTHoqIt 7  print On My Heart. Last, Spike  . Blackwater River. Land of  Maquinna. Children's Glassies.  ,A. A. Milne and Beatrix Potter Books. Amazing selection.  Phone 885-9654. 7917-9  , IP   IT'S   suits���it's- Mo%*USs.;  "*, 885-9330, Sechelti B.C.       *  -*������'��� u'""; -"*" "��� "������" 8893-tf n  UNBELIEVABLE But Truest The.. TJmes7!Bbokst0re;  Sechelt���See the new Olympic  Electric Adding Machine, Just  -$99;50r-Elmited-humber-avail,  able. Ph. 886-9654.  "UNBELIEVEABLE but true���  at   Tho   Times   Bookstore,  H-X-Sechelt���See* the-neW' Olympla  electric  adding machine, just  $99.50. Limited number avnll-  nbloi Phone 885-9054.     7794-0  RUBBER Htnmps of nil doa-  crlptlons   may   bo   obtained  flt Tho Tlmoa, Phono 885-9054.  .   Quick service,on all orders.,   COLEMAN floor furnace,' 50,-  000  B.T.U.  $50.  Phono 885-  2012, , 7010-11  LIVESTOCK  BEAUTIFUL Pinto mnroClior-  okco,' Cioorl nil,"fo\md plon-,  Huro horso, 15.2 H.JH., 8 yonrs  nlflo" Fnntfiji"4 yonv old dun '  (.���oiore'd mnro^H^'H.H. Phono'z  005-2008, 7004-9  ?..  for  T:tTi,'7 :  - , /-��� t '. ' ���    f ���������>  BaptisrCKiircli Seivicles  BETHEL BAPTIST CHURCH  Mermaid" and Trail, Sechelt  Sunday School 10:00 a.m.  Morning Worship 11:15 a.m.  CALVARY BAPTIST CHURCH.  Park Rd., Gibsons  ��ti   k.itU(iiiou.di'4  j4j<< - tfJH 'fr..tostn  Sunday School"V:4b am.  Evening Worship 7:0,0 p.m.  ^~PasFbr,^RoBert Ailqby  t8|f5s28.Q9),f?^,^:.;c-*"f,tri,s;  A WARM WELCOME AWAITS  *<%*  retirement-M plans than Royal Trust.  ,OurAFMnd(Amorlcan  Invostmonts) builds  , , .  ..jotlromontlncomotlirough,,   j.  common Btocka nnd  convortlblolssuqs.;   Our (auorontood Invostmont'  Receipts pay a high flxoclratq  of Intorost,  shores.,  *M��  Our C Fund, (6flnajgn^^  .orpwja.,CflnpdA,fliM?!  , ���, i  mM4Wjww44^WWfi^lwH*,  AcomblnRtlonbfenyorplI  oftho8o,And;wnha)lour4  come and see how our  *  OurB l;un^ (Bonds) puts  ,your monoy Into bonds,'  dgh^r^ums and proforrod  4.N^,4^SftHW��4^!4f444W*#Wrt4444ft4!^��.|  ���P444,��W��W��4��+J4.4a44rt4W��tt.4^4i  Vm^m%w*&&��m��p0%wm&��temto>m  t.H'   ., 4Sss^  i  *.��.,  1     "   i.  i i ' i i  \.J  t >.  Our M Fund'(Mortgages) puts,  4Y,p,Mwa^nflUol^it .r_^_.,  niortgagoa nogolRuod I)1/^  wlaebMs. ,7,        ,       , ' ���>   ,  IB Royalr&ust  frY6urftioneywork8'Qt*Royal-Tl"U8lr��-  plans add up foryouV  [ "., " Write or caVl'oow.lYANS1','' '*",'"  ��� " R0V9I TrMlt.ToWier,   533 Plirrard Stroflt�����.,,,.,4.������  V""r';:7 :   YANCOUV^^ B,C<�� ���'  ?.,  ' .I1 , i,r    . I     ,      '    1  ALTHOUGirihe--KwahtahmQS&_F:n m  'Society got * off to a reasonablestErr't' ���  with   forty   people 'immensely   enjoying  Charlie Chaplin in Circus, more people  .are needed if tlje society is to continue to  "' function. The present series of films will  be-continuing on Sundays, 2 p.m. at the  Twilight Theatre with' Persona scheduled  for January 23, Olhello for January 30  :       (the order of these two films is reversed  from the advertised dates due to a booking error) and The Important Man  for  ������ ' ' February 6,  Several more people have joined since  thq firsVshpwing with a few people tra-   " vellip'g^d'owh from Pender Harbour to see '  tl)ese outstanding films, and it should be   possible to make a small payment to Mr,  , Boothroyd for the rental of the theatre  and his services as a qualified and licens-  will" be" But a ' token,  and  the society  , wishes to jboablo to, reimburse him, ado-, (  quat,ply for Jii.s time and expenses, The  Cinema is, aftor all, his livelihood, and tho-  society does not want him to subsidise  'their showings,  /  -  Many of tho ^ilms in which people   havo^expressed"'interest*aro not available"  fi;om local distributors and would have' to  bo ordered from the East, Freight chaises  for   such   films  nro  conslclorably   more  ' ;;,'7 ^ha'rt'7thoy^ni'Q7f or7thotlIliln^7p Watnod,* |  lopally and,rental foes are oftcjn higher/  too,-IIP we' enn build up the membership ���  ���   to 100 or more, H will bo poasiblGrto  , ,obtah\, prncllqally ,nny film,.lew: showing  at Hlmllnrly 'roiiHonnblo prlcort to those  which   havo  pertained  for  tho  prc'HQnt'^i  ,, ..nerlofl,, ���,.,������,,��� ���, , .,>,���...���,,^, ,.,.���. ,, ���������.���,�����������,���;  Mr. Boothroyd Is, oxpootlng parts tok  his 10 mm, projector early in February.1  outstancllng nhcirt Xllnn n). no additional ,  ,.,,,. <(coflt,..Tho3Q,,,wo��ld,bQ,Qbt��lnccl,frpin,1W^ny'v^  different sourco's Inohidlng our own Na7  ���    tionnl Film Board which lp a- vorltnblo :  >   treaaure   houuo' of ��� f Ijno,, ��aword-wihn^ng U\  films, Many feature jfllmft are'only i\yoU<:<  able In 10 mm.'formal, bo prospects nro  "'ojccltlng flolong as tho. onihuninnllo ro-  rl,ponfld of our'-prdisdht"momborH sprends !  ���..    ^_^i- : " ���   4���t.._.  ,-.  (Q^fe   1911,  ���  J^lf                 YEAR'S  4 "^jjljp,..,,...,, ���.. _:MODELS .v..,  NEW and USED  Siinsliiiie Hondas  r_..   ���-   ..     DAVIS. BAY     ���,,, ;   885-2848           Evenings 885-2151  -iwM>  Q^ringlul  ALL USED FURNITURE  AND APPLIANCES  Discount Prices  "'^^"MAKE^N^OFFf^ ^���^������-  SUNSHINE RENTALS LTD.  DAVIS BAY  8852848          Evenings 885-2151  i  1 i  w.     .4  nr  ii��  -1.  1 %  ff^4*M*4  ELECTION  MEMBERSHIP MEETING  February '#,'"- r8'iptmZ*'-  H i'  i&mm*vwitt"ti��totw  WILSON-CREEK-  COMMUNITTHALC  I  SUNSHINE COAST REGIONAL  ..': DISTRICT���MTPP/\YERS,,__  ..'^/..'ASSQQlATlftN,.  M*)*h  ,���t,^.  SECHELT AGENCIES DATE PAD  ��� This free reminder of coming events Is a service of SECHELT AGENCIES^  1 LTD. Phono Penlnsula'Tlmw.dlroct��for\'iff��&llistings;;t5peclfy|hoi"Poto ,7,?|  Pad", Pleoso not* that space la limited arid some advance dotes may  havo to wait their turn; also that this Is a "reminder" listing only and  cannot always cqrry fM|| details. ��   ,'  Jan.'26���8 p.m, Socholt^Loalon Hall. Blnao.        ' ''  Jan, 27���8 p.m. Pender Harbour,Community, Hall, Bingo,  ,,    ,  Jan. 28���8 p.m. Socholt Indian Hall, Blnqo,'  Jan, ,2?���Socholt Loglon Hall. Chamber of Commorca Installation and .  SoiiBhlno Coast All Stora ys, Ronfrow.i  Jan, 30���2 p.m, Ponder Harbour Community*HollrCommunity Club  Annual Mooting. ��� ��  Fob,, 2���8 p.m. WllwnTCiwK'vC6mmMnlly,''''HdlirS.C. Regional Dint,'  1  RaVopayers/- election' of ^officers,' Members 'only,    <  Fob. 2���Ii45 p.m. Health Centre Gibsons, Gibsons Hospital Auxiliary  Mooting;        >    , '.    ,   "       ��� ���  Feb, 3���8 p.m. Roberts Crook School, Rocroallon Centre^, Public Mooting,  Fob;' 4���8 p,m��� St.* Hilda's* Church Hall;" S,C.'( Sr,1 Citizens ' Housing * ���  , Fob, ..8���from . 10 . a.m. QbsonaY'llaeo, Office, .Court .of,, Revision rro ,  assessment In School District Mo,��� ��� v('6 - <Sqcholt), -' '  ,, Feb, 9���1:30 p,m. Loglon Hall. Ma"do|ra Pork. Pender, Har.bour Hosp'.  ���^rr-^Atmr-Mectlngr^-^^-    '   '' 7 r���~^ ~~m-*~~: -���'���-  1 1  ASK FOR OUR FREE CATAtOQWOF REAL ESTATE  j->r~,��^, .., 1     ' '     ,�� 1       <    1       1   1  I Vmfti #W**t44j4*^4.ili4^WJ*(,  l4<>*,��4l.4i,Mt.*,l>,M*i*rrXAi  ,14, \ ^HsHral  MulUpU Listing Sarvlc*  I,,,Vancouver, Rial .Ktloti-^^w,  1     Boord   , .    7  REAL ESTATE  INSURANCES    v  ���Wfft  AGEi^SCBES LTO,  Phono 883-2235*  *Pmr129r$Mlif)|trP*G'r  'i nc  4 4>-.,.r.4.��v*. rf..n��Wrt4����.^4^^4^^^4.^|^ww44^���*f4*l44'fc^44A��'|^4^flA^44������.4t.l I  l��H  V   1  |~|M,��,t4-4  mtm*$mmM<mmmme^MW'.  IK^MtMtmnnrHWn  ���tomfaihidm  t  ��m&0  ��#**w*f*  11   > 1,  iiti��i.,.  ii.....  ..{  'M'  .'I  #liii.��. *i  af4Mf*tC����  . , nt,;. ... 1  ��Ww*aft��pw*w4W*.��<  m**m��im&��mtm**w  ���7- '���>  >\,*\  Mf��l^W^'��^M��'��'((rttM'W t*ftf��**^WttlMrtlft|  "���i, ,  n H  I I      I I '  .��r <ulwi^��jilalaii>,*wbiiiiiMt 1)) haMhrtt  1        "i   7       i  ��^MMM.^W<  .i.y  '. *��i  ',. .,�� ,ji,. 1'a,, nai.'l^y.i.!' '..| 1^71),^,^^,,.,4 ,��l y^i,',,^ .��,,tv(��.4?.��,i^ij|vf.tmrtnM��n^eKl4ni)ir iHftfJtVA*'t'!  ��� .' 7. 1.',...'..��.., 1",, 7 'V,7 '. .7' '7 ',.,' .,'..7.���*,.,...7���.',,., ,,,! ,7 ..,1. !..,iMfc.".,.ir"' Jf:  %���   . _y...  /  t.wvnS,m���m vtivwvatgvi'ii ���.a'^t.i.^ppjy��yi^*^.f4i��4.ti^��'?��y^4~-4>44��n.4^.t.. ���.**.,-��, .^ ���;-������  ���**,-*       *-V*����        ��'    (      '-^.r���-��  '   ^>*v*V  Th6 Peninsula Times  Wednesday, January 26, 1972  Af Welcome Beach . . .  PENINSULA TIMES  OFFICE  NOW OPEN  IN  GIBSONS  Phone 886-7244  plans early smargasbprd  HALFMOON Bay Hospital Auxiliary's  first meeting of the new year was held  on January 17th the home of Mrs. Ruby  Warne. Eight members were .present and  two new members welcomed were Mrs:  Jean Laird and Mrs. Marion Whitafter.  Mrs. Don Henderson ga^'e a report of  the. public meeting  she  had" attended  at  Notices have now been sent to all  members of the Sunshine Coast Sepfior  CHizens\ Housing Society-advising them  of the extraordinary general meeting to  be held in St. Hilda's Church Hall, Sechelt on Friday, February 4 at .8 p.m.  Members who xare urged to attend will be  asked to approve a loan of $54,500 from  Roberts  Creek  School   on  January   11th     Central Mortgage and  Housing Corpora  -Setfeg-the-fiaee for this year's-executive "of Branch 14fJr retiring president Wally Erickson announced May  23rd as completion deadline for the-  Ceg'oil's" "new '"quaiTers ^in^Seehettr  -Qf���-ieep^mstaUed-are-fxom"Mt frdnt:  Branch 140 ^  2nd   vice  president    Matt    Jaeger,    ers, John Resfcin, Sgt. at Arms Harry  treasurer Janet Duckworth, president-   Casey? directors   Herb.   Richter .and.  Bruce Redman,-secretary.Tom RTt-   "Juhn Btmyan. Missing from picture"  chiq and 1st vice president A If Brede-    are  directors  Ken Woods  and  Rod *  fetor B3cic-rmvT^tretrtoi'sL:Sid--Wat-- Pietee.-   --��� -.-.���-..���, ���^ -r��� ~K.r���  regarding the Recreation, Centre project.  A meeting was planned for the Welcome  Beach Hall some time in February when  a special speaker would explain the  project and answer questions.  There was discussion regarding the  Harry Mossfield, Gilbert an^l Sullivan  Concert to be held at the Pender Harbour  "High"SejrooT"gyTnjrasttmr on''Marctr Mth  at 8 p.m.'Students from both high schools/  ___WjOu4d���be---asgis-ting 7jwit-h -publicity- ana--  with the sale of tickets.  Preliminary plans were made for a  smorgasbord dinner to be held at the  Welcome Beach Hall some time in the  Spring. Mrs. Ed. Cook gave a report on  he Hospital Gift Shop which the Auxiliary services  on Thursdays.  Next meeting will be at the home of  Mrs. Henderson at 8 p.m. on February  21st. k ���' -  Gaines Construction Ltd. have lost no  time in getting started on the construction ol the extention to ureerie \Jbiirl"-"  Senior Citizens' Homes at Sechelt. No  sooner had the snow disappeared than the  first crew set to work preparing the site  -wh4el*r--d��sj��fce���a44���the���s��mv^-recerrHy������  thawing, was in remarkably good condition.  lion..Any members requiring transportation to the meeting can telephone the  secretary,'Mrs.   M.   Tinkley   at  885-9479.  HARVEY FUNERAt HOM|  LTD. v  Serving The Sunshinex Coast  A COMPLETE CHAPElTb'R CHURCH  SERVICE AT MODERATE COST  J. Roy Parkins,  Funeral  Director.  A MEMORIAL SERVICE IF DESIRED  Phone 886-9551  PENDER HARBQUR COMMUNITY CLUB  MMOM GENERAL MEETING  v.     \ ��� '  Madeira Park Hall  SUNDAY, JANUARY 30th, 1972  .   >   TIME  2:00  P.M.  ���Donations  During_the "past y^ar, Branch 140  RoyalTattadian Legion donated  $2,000 to charitable purposes in the  community: Before stepping down  after three years as president, Mr.  Wally Erickson, on left presented  Mrs. Faye Lewis, president of Sechelt Auxiliary to St. Mary's Hospital  with a cheque for $200. Mr. L. P.  Hansen, building committee chairman of the Sunshine Coast Senior  Citizens), Housing   Association   re-,,  Halfmoon Bay  Happenings  ceived a cheque for $500 and president of Sechelt arid District Retarded  Children's Association, Mr. Albert  Lynn was very happy to receive the  ���by Mary Tinkley  THERE will be a public meeting at the  Welcome     Beach   Hall     on   Monday,  February  14th at 8 p.m. when a speaker  from   the   Recreation * Centre   Committee  ^tti*-c��pJaw4foe~Roei:oation ���Contrfe-piTQJftct  1GHTY MITES  Classified Ad Briefs reach nearly  2,200 homes every week/  Use them - for- steady,- low-cost ���  advertising. /  THE TIMES x  885-9654 (Sechelt)        886-7244 (Gibsons)  ��%AI*��WVWWW%W*WWW*WiVWWWWWWWin*WfMWlWfW��WWW*W*WWWC  TOTEM CLUB  FRIDAYS, 8:00 p.m:  INDIAN HALL  Jackpot $300  $75 TO GO  * DOOR PRIZE *  Let's get together ...  cnrrairpay^ess4ii���ome:t��3^  this year . . .  "88  as yoTj'brjtld^ygvjrTetiTement-Tncorrrer  And, the pice thing is th^jG<?verr.ment doesn't  mind you taking a taxibre^k if you do it through  a Registered Retirement Savings Plan.  Let me^help you workout the plan that best  ���sujts^our���needs���for���toda,y���andtomorrow.  Life  is a Mutual Affair.  PAUL NEU FIELD   977-777 Hornby Street,   VANCOUVER. B.C.   Phone 278-8337 (collect)  Blako-er-AldeTSon-D.C.  CHIROPRACTOR  Post Office Building Sechelt  ~PlrerHr8fr5-2333-  Res. 886-2321  Tuesday to Friday 10:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.  Saturday 9:30 a.m. to 1 ;00 p.m.  EVENINGS BY APPOINTMENT  and, answer questions from ��� residents  of  the area. *"���  "Two former residents of the area have  been moved into the Extended Care Unit  of St. Mary's Hospital. They are Charlie  Reese, and Roy Marshall. Mr. Reese has  "bec'n  'transferred   from   a   rest   home   in  T*m^l~fth^r-tmd-iloy7^  ��� Mr. and Mrs.  Keith Cornyh, is transfer-  recl   from   tho   KxteTiclecl"-Care   Un'ii   of  HUNTER        :  TRAINING COURSE  COMMENCING FEBRUARY 7th  at the  SECHELT ROD AND GUN CLUB  10 evenings   TEE^SO  /  NOTE , . . ll It. manclalory "Idr parson! M-10  yoors and oclulli.  who wKh  lo obtain  Ihoir  llrM   huntlnu   Iicqiko   lo   havo   pat.i.��rl   Ibis.  coim.0.  Phono 885-9787 or 885-9429  for registration.  Powell River. Hospital. They arc both  looking "'forward lo seeing many old  .friends. ,.'  Guests of the Stan Moffat's last week-*  end   were   Ed.   and   Betty   Power   with  daughter-Kathleen, The Powers have jus  finalized  arrangements  for  the purchase  ,T,,,.oi'^he-Goi'd<m-Sn^^^ ���:  Lake   Houd.  Film    programmes    at   the   Welcome  Boaclf'Hair will 'reoommb^ice'oii' Tliu  ilay, February 3rd at 7:30 p.m. See next,  week's   column   for   details  of   tho   programme,"'" >������������������-��������������� ���.. -...  Next meeting of tho Ladies' Auxiliary  to tho Welcome Boach Community Association wll| bo hold at the homo of Mrs.  7:45 p,m. New mom bora will bo welcome.  Bob Cunningham's mother! Mrs, Inn  'Cunningham is on iv trip fovorlilg Suit  ,4i,kc City and CnlU'un.ln, Shu ��� llow to  Sail Luko for a ��� reunion with a sistor  she hiinn'1 fiuon Hlnco   11) lit,  'lMioro is lo bo another home built, in  Welcome  Bench   nonr  tho  Jlolgnlo  pro-   party i-iid ncTOriH JCronvth^Chut'ohllUu-inOf ���..  Tlio  prupiii'l.v   linn   hooii   houghi.   by  Mr,  Krnnk Burns of Welcome Bench,  WE ARE PLEASED  TO ANNOUNCE  THE APPOINTMENT OF  PENINSULA MOTOR PRODUCTS (1957) LTD.  SocHoit;B,'C. ��� Phono 885-2111  WMK^-W*|fWW������Ml^  CANADIAN LIQUID AIR  -;      DISTRIBUTOR  niil&*ncw*cll5lrlbutpr^  supply sorvico (or <CLA; prodi,cta'-;ln'~SeqhoM'-anU'.'S,,|r,rc)untlliig- clblrlcl,   ,  If you 'uso:      '   ��'    "  '  '���' ��   ''   !    '"'    '"'"   '"'  nsKy-gnrrpro  ��� medical qq$qs '    ���  ���y vyoldlnp and q illlna equipment ���������<  , ,        . ,  i^Mlilo^WoUJorspwokllhgiQlott'roVIOBUttncl^  Yoirrnif xoan rtil^tisrtff pond  titoclsb, yut<rnavy CU/\ D|i��iiibulur Is, lully bqcketl by Iho n��Ufinal |c��!ill��  lies' qnd' ihb Irjchnlcal r.arvicoir ol Cannclq':V larporit>,IHcIm;*!rial nfia  producer,",Thoy, ara Jgoklng. iorward, lu .aorvlpg -you 7. dayu n week  .rf1*  Tn?? reform logislntion has been psisscd by "Highlights for Individuals" and "Valuation Day'1.' ,1  Parliament and is now law. These should provide answers W"most" of your  "What docs tax jrcfofm.mean to you? How will ��� questions.                   >        ,�����   -  itnfTcctyou?!           .   '  ' ��,  ��� Some taxpayers will receive additional informal ���  To answer these (questions, tho Department is t'ion, according to their spcclfio nccdsk -  conducting a massive natioriitl 'mailing program, Read your booklets. Afterwords, if you hnvo  'Booklets arc iibWbojJigTriritcdWd"m'nllc'd to all tax- , questions, ask lis. Wo'll be glad to help.  ���  payers as ciuiokly as thoy cofflq oO the press.     ,    ��� You will find (hat your booklets will makp it  Tho coni^lcto niaUing will bo finished in about ' easier to' file your irtConlo tax return in l973fbccauso  '-' /   *W|-(MW����tf ��*H1W^*^^*N*i**tlT����%^*^^*  ^lllM..,W.9.9.Ki1iJ,  All taxpayers wflTrccclYo' at ieast tw615o^1cTS==r  thoy will Ijclp you, to prepare now.  >4*',*��4, ��,..,.,   .' 1  t      ','  t   .'(K.I.Iitl! (K4.|KP((��ii( ,|,|   ti,, I  _   CANADIAN LIQUID AtR fLTO.\  ''"' ',"   ,  .'     ,    |7',"'ii '���", JA$9m)Umm^mW\'' i"lTV. ���",'  7'"'V' ''"'fi1,' '.'r'"'"'.''""'';"^!',^ V'l.i T   ��I* T"1 "?">'"I* "'"'"*' '*"   >'"��"' ' '        ���   '       .   ,   ���   I. , .1     ., ,       ���  ��,''   ' ���   i     ��''   ���'������ ' "f,>* ��   ,,-. .,'���w..,,,. ��� ,  ,  ''''Hj1':'   "��,��� 7 ,',���'��� ,), r]��,,r\,<r,yn.l.,,<,,u.,,,Xw~iiny*-'i?<>*����.*.��'*\^J,....*^^^  �����   ,��.,. ��,��� ,��������, ���,,.,.,.'.,,,.,..  ���   '.,*'   . '  ' >��� ���'���".     **���''   ''-  ���'"������ ���' '     .s   .    ���   . ' ,.,v''.��. '- 4,'.,;"     '..,..4./'!....     .i...      "',...,     ..,.       ,.,     7<7    ,.,'...���.      .���,,.      .......       .,,','.'���. .''-"..,  '...'.���   .','.  .^......: ;���;..;..,, ;.'.;..���T~*���������,'u":..,i.:.  I'.l:;ir7,7���w\ 7 ���;��� ''y'>   ',   ;";���"���; ���><]> ���������*���, ���y^'y ( �����.i*   "���   I.,.,,;-     ,   ���,   7. j  7'   ',:.,.   .- L:-.r(l ....   ,,:;'    ,,   ...71, j, -'  .7 .,...', .   i    7. '.,-7..,   7   !\.: '\\. .  [fl " ;ti),  I   I       ' I ,1  ,i,f�� i'J'h^^rM^fxii'J-t'n'  \  1 * I  I  "t7 ^. ,1 ���*/?������ ...i^rff.  H��4-  The Peninsula Times Page  Wednesday, January 26, 1972  .... Ne.w_.President   y&^i?yt��fM'^;z:f$.  ���Retiring after serving three years as Branch's     twenty-sixth     pre^pey|: Mf: Comrades Erickson, Clarke and  president of Royal Canadian'Legion when he was installed on SMw*da||7 |$edman  have  each   devoted  many  Branch. 140   Mr.   Wally   Erickson by Sunshine Coast zone cofn#$nde]i7. yifears of service to-their respective  h_ajuLe__cLj)_ver the^position to Mr. Mr.  Gordon .Clarke.   Pictured ti&$,'   Ranches.  JBruce  Redman    who .became    the "      "                   ���.       -^7^:   " >  Isabel writes'...V  ���from the LegislatureTVTcforio  / .       ��� ���  AS USUAL, -through out  the legislative  sessions,  1  will be keeping you up. to  dp'" with in-enis taking yiace��� there7  ���   The 1972 legislative session opened  on Thursday, January���20,   Trad~rthez  Lieutenant   GoveT^  nor of British Columbia,.  John   Nicholson,    read    the  Speech    from    the  N Throne.  Among    items  mentioned--in7--the- ����  Throne Speech this T  year the highlights   ���*"  were: *  New 'family rela-   \  " tions legislation.    ~  A new Water Resources   Act   based  on a draft bill presented to'the. legislature for discussion last y-gar. It is expectgd  that the- new act will make claim to" pro-'  vincial control.of fresh  water resourcesT'  some of which fall under federal jurisdiction.  'Amendments to the PG.E .Railway Act  will change tlie name Of the PGE to the  British Columbia Railway Company and  to extend the capital ol this company by  $50 million.  A new Safety Engineering Services  Act will incorporate the safety provisions  of a number of pieces of existing legislation. . ��� :  ���      There will b^-flnu^pamflntyjtaJ.'ip.Tjitr   ter Act and it is expected that these will  close off some of the loopholes whereby  ���retailers  wliu hav-e--eyaded7ithe���j,eqttfeeg---;-  ment that they pay refunds 7011 ..#11'Soft  drink   and   beer   bottfes   and   cans   will  now be required to do s6... .. j ���.���;������_ .''���.'-  Also slated are amendments to^bjtfur  ., legislation  and  amendments' to the ifey^  gional ^arks Act.      ^~y- '~yy^yy:''.  The legislature will consider reports  by the B.C. L4w^.Reform Commission  concemfiTg-^xpropTlation���"sna���debtor^  creditor relationships.  .,   ,,_,_. _..  t. The  speech  also  contained reference  ��� -Ladies Auxiliary *.,-- ������ \ ? i >-?�����. V .���-to -a^ greatlyexpanded-program -of7new-**  Branch 140 L.A. will have a very office are from left, front: Secretary 2nd vice-president Kay Nickerson; government building construction i and  busy^ear-ahead-as-the-main branch Gail Redman, president Marion. Cookj directors, Jo Gibson, Mary Erick- building maintenance and mention was  moves-^in^^high-^eai^during_con-.   past president Gladys Ritchie,-!; treaiC son, Moira Richter and Nancy Jaeg-   made of new buildings presently under-  _t a^-    -j?   J.1--   --���   t^-:.._   tt.1i       _   ..-._   x���:-*  m. -   T._-i_.i"-~;--iiE . _... . . construction or being plannedy-including  the government building at Powell River.  New   school facilities    amounting   to  ~ $50  million" atid'"ne^  under consideration.  L-expect this to. Jje_a���very busy se  BY-LAW No.  A by-law to authorize the Board of School Trustees of  School District No; 46 (Sechelt) to provider in addition to  one hundred and fen per centum of the basic education  programme, the amount of $90,67* for tjie year 1972.  v WHEREAS the amount equal to one hundred and ten per centum  of the amount pf the cost of the basic education programme for  1972..as notified to the Board under Section  197(2) of the Public  a.  |j    Schools Act is $1,843,631; "~  AND WHEREAS the Board.deems it necessary pursuant to the  |__^ro^isiQn.J3i-Section-l97^4) .(a}-af-trierPublic Schools Act to provide  l"8    for the additional amount-of $90J!679^_for_operating^expenseS--in--the-  1972 Budget of the Board; * 7       .    ���  AND WHEREAS the grass total amount" for operating expense!?  ircIed7irrtrHLH972r&udgetj^^ ���   |-Hnd  NOW, THEREFORE, .the  Board of School Trustees of School  District No. 46 (Sechelt) enacts as follows:   "   '        v  ���s    1. That foT-the year 1972 the annual qperdting-budget-of the Board  *     .    shall includie, in addition to the.onei-bundr^d and ten per.centum  ., of the basic education programme at> ndtifted to the Board under  -   Section 197(2) of the Public Schools Apt, t|e amount of $90\679.  % Thfs By#1dw-'lrnidy be cited for/aII purposes;<3S/v"Schat>K District No.  46(Se6helf> Budget By-law Hlo. XP aneps ih^l)Ir��spects*in^e?otdariefe  with the provisions of the Public Schools Act. ������������;''  str^c1io':n-^>f^^ Back<.rav^5 *er.  Taking up-the challenge of executive ��� 1st vice-president ���Madge l^flanser^f^v  sion. If you are in Victoria while the  House is in Session, let ^me.know and  come in and attend the House. The House  sits from 2 p.m.. each,day. .  I  READ a first/second and third time the 20th dayrof Janjuary, 1972.  RECONSIDERED,   Finally  Passed  att* Adopted  the  20th  day of    ||  January, 1972.     ���   .  ; SHEILA- fclTSOW  ���lairmanofft'  r^TMffltlR ;  ' Secretd ^Treasurer  CORPORATE   SEAL  HOXJ0-  ^^ke notice that the above is 'Ftlu^cqpy of Budget By-law No. 1  ind^at-unless-before the first day of March 1972, not less than    85  one hundred or one-twentiethHn-number, whichever jsjthe-Jesser, of  the owner-electors petition the Elp||d for submission of the By-law  for the assent of the owner-elec+pfsphe Board will adapt the By-law.  --������������ ���" -- -y- ������������-���������������^^  ���  Secretary-Treasurer  ; School District No-46 (Sechelt)  SL  i /./���/// ////,  '///'J/////////���   /7//:/>\  d-&^^y $$&!$#&��,  HOM  MWMWWVMWWllWHIWtM>|��IW��|  jj*"'^'  NDYMAH PAINTING TIPS  ������'.. I ��� '1 *   I   ' ���' ���     > I   "     .   '   '    ���    i i V    .......     .. l.'Wl,>J      ,,        -.   :���        ���7    ��� '���.*.'   IL> J,"       '      ���!.  (1971)  LTD.  ^our-^BAPqO-PAlNTL  DEALER in GIBSONS  On tho Wharf - 886-9303  Quality  House and Marine.  VaH".  ���' ''ai'i.'.,?ji'"^- w-i'iv '4i,',,'fr -ri'ijivrjvfX.'w" ^���VuS.fciv.-' .j'iif77':V^-v'T'  MOISTURE'S  DANGER SIGNALS  mmmfmtttittmtuuuuiMiJtkiJ^itMknJ^  r Summers beginning is the best^time for cheeking your  J^lMminMW^��>*WWJnMiBi,.it��i.,il^-..J..ia��i��tlTt^,titiM<.|-,ii,ii.liii. ������'"' ' I ���'��� I������ .I.4U.4.,.���A.,,,     .,. I.I..I--II    IHl.ll.m-!-    ���-jn ,,....,. ..^ m-p,^..^4T1|fr !  'l    l~  hpipe^rnkely^ledks which could mean headache^-intthi3rfqll.;  ���UUVWWUWWWWUWUUMtlWWUMMWWUUWUUS  N  ,7% LAST CHANCE  ....Your. Credit.UnionJs,still., accepting;Terrn;Depos'ts'at 7c/o;rctf^XrX,  .Guaranteed for One Yec<r,  ',i    !  ACT NOW  Drive _ Run ��� Walk or Phone TOPAY. .Tomorrow, may be'too |a>e, ( ,  A..'  Rqte on New deposits will be lower on February First.  SUNSHINE COAST CREDIT UNION  . Of flee,hours Tuesday toSaturdayJ.OiOO.a.m.^^iOO.p.m.. i,'!'":,'7.'   CLOSED MONDAY' "'    ' ' v W'  Wharf Road P.O. Box 375 Pl^ono        , ���.,  Sechelt Sechelt ,r7 885^9551  ,'."���.   '���V-l-11 ���;:;^:^l'V'!r;v; :��� ���  $,.���.'��� -insrananon-   *  '.,:,���',' ,-7 .'��� 7;;7VJ!,'7/;I.:i:VBeh'ind .every    successful    Legion  ' .������7Vv7i':;v,,iBf^nc'h,.   tbiere    is a Rard-working"  ;7l7A." 'said pas"t president of Branch  7140...Mr...AVaily,^Erickson, at .Satur-  ,!'day's , installation.-   Retiring   after  '���ithree very Successful yea^s as president, Mrs. Gladys Ritchiei" 'wpts suc-  '; ceeded by Mrs. Marion Cook wlho  was installed president by zone representative Mrs. Ruth Beacon. Pic-  turedNfjrom left are; Mrs, Cook, M��'si  Beacon and Mrs, Ritchie.,  PENINSULA TIMES  i i *   . i i  I.  i', ,<  l  -< M,  ,, OFFICE  NOW OPEN  IN GIBSONS  WE'RE  -|l   ��4|   II     I, 1  GULF  BUILDING SUPPLIES  ���"'"THE"  IRLY YARD  TO SERVE  THE,SUNSri,INE  COAST  ,     . *" �� , . ,.4 .",,  ,   4 .     �� .   I  {CALL 7,i i ���<.���. i  065-2283  ' If you dbn'tTknoW^vbere" to begin; the ���dn^didmRaifl'  ! facturers,^sociation suggests this cheek-list,,of^pri^^mpj^:  ^twmieepageaspofst-Sta^t-ti^e^ |6p���and check chirnnSy;and.;-  dormer rdofs,;joints and rims; gutters and1 downspouts;;wir$oy:  frames and' s^rrbuncJihg" edges; :stepJ'anci',J;porohT^fcl^j^j  ,vvoody<ork; ntiarfthe;-ground;; and anyplace ?^r)^r^^e:^ui^^  meets another at an angle or on a plane. If olql sealants��� areJ  "dried,'crackedToV''loosened with wear, it's time for recaulking"  ,  "  :.������.; ��� .       ' ,.���.)'..     '  ... ��� -  and glazing,    ,  Men's Wear  &W;<k Wo^fc Gldthe*  Work Gloves  SECHELT# B.C.  WHf **.�� **. Ji-jlfim iKAi m* *i'W JW4**;* p ��(>��^ J ^rifo.iWtoCi'rt '*** WW* ^ii miiJT*ittt-ki.  SPRING  BRINGS SCREENS  Before putting tip all those window screen's that-haye'  Beert down all winter, the Conqdjqn Paint Manufacturers^^Association adylses you to be sure they are still in goodcoiidh'  tion. If they need repaihting br touc^up, they are easier to,  i paint If laid flat on supports. Wipe off all dust and dirt, before  ; applying theipaln't. Screen enamel .'is best1 applied.with an-  applicator qyaHable from your paint dealer;.: ,; '  '   n  TWIN CREEK  -BlIILPING  SUPPLIES  V  Your   ,    ���  Glfdden Paints  Dealer..  Two Location*  to serve  -you  Sunshine Coast    Hl9hway   .  GIBSONS  886-2291  885^2288  I a��iw��.miiw��n m* mi 0t^iH^4l9**^*aiiitmmtmi^''*i*^ tm^ww  7��V  .i .<���'���  I i^t)mmm*mMm&*m.��ttbmm  �� -  " ��� c     '���"   ��� '<<-*v,,,'7   -  ���     i ... i *      '    '  *       ,   4     4.  '     ,,^4fl4J,(4l��.4��,*��44WT��4��4   ��f*.H1",'.M   Mf��  ^IW   ��.^W4^��*4,4^M.*���^   ^nj���.  yirWMl.WI'��l'WWWfe4rtw4IW#W^��m4444��l4W^  ,   ,     '      '     t     i    ' '    '   '       '  ,        ," ' ', -   r      i'  I  JU'\*I *"','-,1 '^f'f^   * i -  "��< ,')'"  C    '���!  J 4.J  '     ii I      I i ' ' , , ( _^*I~K. '���  |i i        ' ', ', , i I      ''     ���' | i -���', I   I 'I    ' i   , 9 j, I  i * I ( ^ i ,       c *' \    \\ ��� *     i . 7     ' 'i i'        ' m        ' t '      i   . i' M ' t I ' .        '*' '' *    * * '''*   ��"��Kh*(\ ��p|J(n*lt lid* MMity Hi)  '    ! ( ' ' '      II ' . * * '    * '       ' ' I      !   '       I i      '       * ' 1      ' '     I lf  \       <   '  WtjB(wa^>WW(WtW  W0**y*ii^��*^^  n .,.'  mhmmmm>>immmmmmmmmi^fmmm  ��wmtoil*imi(*Jl*ai<^r^mrMm'w��m*'^^ f'*��i^ I WwH^��l��������^*��il^��i4��^'���� ^'W'''1(,l'��>*.11 t.!S-'.,.Y.J1v.7iW''^4��4V|'iiv'4����t!f P'iA*^WWrf,m*;1.,.'.v,.~MLl��^^U,J^ f.il',,��Vk;|l(,,, j'll,.'ji  Ii"    7' l '���,"'. ' '"   '       l f ',     ' ' '       ' ', '   ' " . '  J  I v vn    \  40  Well  Played  Mandatory course  commences Hunter Training  *.\ '.            '    ���  SECHELT  Rod  and  Gun   Club   start  its ���     .                            ^       -���       ���-'-    '-  Hunter Training Course Monday,_ Feb-       ��� ���__ _������   . . ��� ��� ���'   ,-���;  ruary 7th  and will include tea'evenings *             ~-       ~    ~                     7  held each Monday and-Wednesday at the C"7  Wilson   Creek   clubhouse.    Fee   for    the ^.JimeS  course will be' $7.50. .           ,  It is pointed out that any young person  between the age of 14 and  18 have, .                 .      : .  by law. to pass thb course and subsequent ���: ���   exam in order to obtain their first hunt-1   ���-������'   ���������   :      \       ; "*        '  ing   licence.  This   also  applies   to   adults .(firearms in vehicles. Others were posses-  seeking a licence for the first time. sion of game illegally and some pillamp-  Anyone  wishing to register may con- ing.   This   latter   offence,   however,   was  tact  Bill  Rankin  of  George  Flay  Phone curtailed  to considerable extent.  .  885-9787  or  885-9429.          - ,_.,���..,   ^���^���TI���  MEMORIAL TROPHY  CLUB RUES Nomination^   are -being   accepted   for  Membership dues are now payable and the   annual   winner  of  the   "Gus  Crucil  are   $7.50   single   or ,$,12.00   per   couple. Memorial    Trophy"    Nominees   will    be  Anyone l delinquent ..after  March ^31 . will judged   by  their  contribution  to conser-  no longer be considered in good-standing, ' vatiori"\and sportsmanship plus club acti-  This    will   mean   suspension   from   club vitie's during  the past year. Winner  will  ���privileges- incltttting "insurance- coverage, be'decided by the executive ancTTrophy  The.  club   insurance   coverage .gives will .be' presented ?t the Annual Presen-  $100,000 liability  while on club property, ration   Party.   Date   of   this   event  to   be  The  club will be  held  legally  liable for announced next  month.  Page A-8 the Peninsula Time?  Wednesday, January 26, 1972  ast  Seckelt Lanes  ~~\  ���by Eve Moscrip  HIGH scores  last  week  at  your  Sechelt  Lanes go to Vic Marteddu with a nice  766   for   the. men   and   Carol   McGivern  with 737 for the ladies. Both were bowl-  ..ing for the Sechelt Commercials'.'  4 *  Other .scores  include;  Mixed "10 pins: Pelle Poulson 343, Goi>  dy"MeCourt 303 Henry Christensen 303,  Diana Young 289, Helen Sinclaiij?2.61.'  Sechelt Commericals:. Sam McKenzie.  711, Vic Marteddu 766, Mabel 653, Carol  McGivern 737, Virginia Reynolds^ 260,  Freeman Reynolds 286, Frank Nevens 291.  B&C:" Freeman Smith 663, Eileen  Kohuch  267,  Lynne  Simpson  600.  Juniors: Jimmy Smith .273, "Perry Rod-  way 273, Elaine McTavish 254.  --v  Inter-elementary    school   volleyball    from left, back row-with Madeira's    Tanya Campbell and Elaine Ahtilla.    '"JbUc ^lsr/for damage1 to"property1^  v      tournament is keeping the girls busy    coach and school principal Mr. Vern    Front: K*elly Lawrence, Kim Filion,    others'during any club function or event  Garden Bay Shutilehoard  halt season's standings-  GARDEN  Bay  Shuffleboard  League  has  just completed  the  first  half of  season's play and standing to date are;..:  ,-,���  , .   .      . ,       .  ��� 1st Jane Reid and John Sanders. 2nd    o __         ..Employment   in    logging  is   changing     Ei!een Girard and George.lChapraan.   3rd  during lunch hour. Playing at Sechelt��� W-ishlove,   and   Sechelt's   coach   and, - Katie-Bildk,----G��nie,--7PaulP -Tammy    club   members  Engaged in���an   activity     rapidjy   from seasonal work for. unskilled-     (Tied) Eileen Alexander- andTNels Long-  last week, Madeira Park scored two     principal, Mr. Sam Reid are:  Donna     Brown,     Geraldine     Bilcik,     Deidre     directly  sponsored  by  the  club  are  also     labour  to year-round    employment  with     ager  with   Bernice   Quillette   and  Dutch  victories 21-13 and    21-17/ Pictured    Clay,  Linda  Dubois;  Sheila Harris,    Karri-merle .and Kristi'Larson, covered but 'this does not include season-   highly skilled woodsmen. * Hadden.  r~.fi . .    . , ��� mk*3 ��� . jmaamm. --- rwa    l��n��  prize  contests   such   as* the  Annual      ^���= ������: ���������  Fishing Derby.  .  1972  EXECUTIVE  New executive i'or the coming season  includes; President Harry._ Batcheldr, vice  president Bob Jannis, treasurer Bill Ran-   _  kin,   secretary   Uucld   Fearniey,   directors���-  HERE'S WHERE YOU CET  You are reminded that Ling Cod may  not be taken again until-March 1st. January and February are out while spawning is taking place.  Conservation officer Pat Mulligan reported  that  a  number  of  offences  were  detected   iir- the   inrea7" "predwrcrineirt   pf"  which  is  the offence of carrying  loaded  l-IIIIlfl-UilluiUIIHMIIHIIMIlim  Close Game  Maderia Hilites  ���by Sheila Harris  SPORTS  HOUSE III still, is way out. in the lead.,,^  'with a healthy margin over all the  other Houses. Come on all you other  teams, House III can be beaten. The Senior girls' vojleybal*. team with Mr. Wish-  love travelled to Sechelt on Thursday  to  pay  a two-game series  with  the  Se  anode���Go  Canada Choice  lb.  (Sweet Pickled). .Government  Inspected    T lb.  69  BACON  BY THE PIECE  (ends or halves) No. 2  lb.  C i  CI  ^  iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiHimijnimmniiuimiiiismiiiiiBiiiiiiiiiiiiii'tiiiiiuimiu:iiui'u-iiuiiu3iiiiiiiiiK-iiii  Playing at home last week, Sechelt's pictured from left back row: Kathy Carol.Bredefeid, Collen Casey, Luc- chelt girls' team- After a vei'y close  volleyballteam met Madeira Park Oike, Zena Gabriel, Denise Sparrow, inda Pelletier, Sheila Murphy and '-���ontest, Madeira came out winner in  4fl^M^sl.ngam��s-AMhi��h .,.���,,.,,.,., 7,.^.-.���,���,,..��� JaiAUv.&unes*., The, .giijs .wo^ayjJkgJaUtoiflk,-  go down to narrow defeat. Players    and  Lois  Paull.   Front:   Amy Joe,-  Mr.  Gray  and Mr.  Reid as  well  as the  Sechelt   team   for   the   kind   hospitality  hown them.  GUITAR CLUB   /  'Mr. 'Buhner  holds   guitar   classes   for  interested boys and girls every Wednesday n'lg'lrt~trt~M'ffd'elra Park school start-  Z.Tns^Ht=��zpnn  TEAM PRACTICES  The boys' floor-hockey team practices  every Monday and Wednesday after  scfiooir and the , girls'" volleyball team  practices everY. Tuesday and Thursday...  after school,. Please show' Up^,J��$.7 these  important practices. 's  SCHOOL  DANCE  =   The seniors will���:be holding a sock7hop;  this   Friday * to   raise   some .money' for  hockey sticks for the floor-hockey team.  Tlfe'-'danco'w^  hour, admission 10 cents. Students from  Grades six ond seven are invited.  Mrr liE3 Okanogan Fancy  or  Mix or Match. Local Grown No. 1  Bgplbs.    T^^ff  a=l  .��� Juvenile Soccer  '���) latest schedule -  "PO"01i'.'7'playlri'a  .coiKlilions   kept, Boecor  playors n6ff iho fiokls for the second ���  wookund   but   teams   will   hoop   to   the  ,c|ieclulo, extending the season to muko  up for lost Ramos.  CJumos nehodulnd lor Sunday, January  30, wolitlioi' ponnlltinfi as follows! ' '  .  Division 7���Gnmo time 1 p.m., Teemen  vs lies, WurrlorH i'l lhiukoU Purk. CiiesH?  men   vs   Kon  Mae  at,  Gibsons,  Douglas  Flyers "vs P,H7 Holspurs' at, Lungdnlo. ,7,,.  Division 0 mid 0���Gamo ilmo U pm'.'  PiH;  ItouKlirldorH vs Co-Op Cougars al  ^nnnnnninni PHPif"Sffl ^  FOR WINTER  nniiiiiiiflunsi  .Wlllch,Si do, Ot  Bravos nf Itoborls-CrooU, Caledonians vs  ;om, fecinrSpcheU's jolloyball loam  Ken's viki.ig.rat, Gibsons ,  ~i.rr tho-'game  with Madeira  Park        Division 4���Gnmo tlmo 2 pm. Timber-  ,���,WhlC'h ,kopt.,both,,toams on,their toes    men  vs Totems atHaoUott Park, Super.  and tho pall rarely grounded, Vulu v�� ltoiUoogeor at, Gibsons.  Mtvmpmmw  HIl-Stars hockey team  7     i ' __ I -.  takes on Renfrew Centre  T��*      W-Vltrh'^TM  THlS<"ooml'ng Sa1)ir<lay, January Ul) nt    for Uhjhu who would llko'lo wiuhmiuI, and  ' ,fl;30' 'p,ji.���"thd   nonfrow'.Con.mMnlty'  watch. 'Gnmo tlmo pj30'-"p","m., Saturday,  Conti-i/s Moiui^Kloor Hookey' Ioiym will    January 21)1 lj, lillphlnstoiiQtf,}y'rmnslum'.  h��Tn^nyfn?T^'K��M^^T>rtii)nHl a'group solijijr^**1       ,;���*-- r        p-?      ,, :    -y~rT~~i  loci  from our own WtaivV Floor Hoohoy    PRESENTJ LEAQUE STANDINGai  U'ag'uo,    ' ."��� 7'7"..',       ,.".','     TJiSAM ,    , OV W   h   Qh\ UK PTS  Tho, "Ah Star" team In, itn prqvloun   Qlbson-ScchoH     fl    a    1   63 ������ 31)    10  .oneountor,,off Iho Peninsula ,woj'o dol'oal-    Ponn.> Hotoj -.����. 0 ��� ��� 3     3   BO- ...i03   0  od  by  tho  Itlclimonri  Hoaclrunnor floor   ISIphlnntonu    fl     I     fi   B��    fl��      3  J)ockoy.J.anm,JjQfai:Q-ChulttUHaH,Uta  . oxpoolH  lo. ho aH .poworful a UiaiU,  tin   f&ffflWfffflf^^^  ~��hoy*,iji-vTnjoTnr*To7iJ.nmnwp^^  ���ypHrs; ^or'jjjo pafil 'flijrct*.''ym% noiiffow" g  "hai*  wmiMUo-'Viuu.ouvor'ii.Un^y "Com- , S  iinuulty  Klooi" lioi'koy Oliampkitishlp.    ,    S  -���Th(r"Aii^rnrHfiiuiri^  plnycrn���t ronv~t l^��~t I .n,o*��tiRaniit**"ln"*t htr  OVEN mm BREAD  4 for 1*00  *"*(*������'     *    .���Mt*!^*w'**<l��'>lllW!4*t#lfe��**fW3,f(>  *,**U*K,Bl*i*lK*W!-'fl��^(llfil'  -FLOUR  Fiyo Roses,  Hum BHR��ii��V��4Sft* *,#i^N WW rt*4n��J!i*i ftifl j(f*�� JftH Al�� fev'Wm krUit: fttjli*.**' U >?���* Wa^if"*'  All Purpose    peaches ?;::: s."cod or HQ,VM'  ���I  Nabob, No. 4,  14 px;;oach:''..^  ^���WMWt*****!"*^*^*^*.*.**^**^^  PENINSULA  ���vtyt mm * tnnwm*wt"  -'*'-**7-��r::-up.; ��ntt*Over;  iMadcIra .Pnrk's , Kristi Larson  JO' ana Over '^  ,*���<   ��� ,���>'���������, ���������-���   .������ ���    wv^ ��>univ. w��v^ ^.liui'ir���"i-.-cu tnmp<  ,,      ' turns:,thlf,,,lH*U'in fli^'*lyJo watchtitl . vl(IIn,�� Iri n.sporiotlohVfo^lmor-VLool'. aftA ffi  .....   '������,    .,  by minlort SochCir.tbflm in" gatno    rmmn^ lhvibU t\\kiv\M     '     '> ' ��n,^��U) August, uul, hwanson ��.Hl Jim,  MOV(��OPEN��IN  ImiHiin, Somo of,the player/,' oxpnutml Jo'   g   ' '   i ^ '      ">*��i'i'^ ��. mM '  bo playing aro: Hkk qamaoho, Jim Karl|    S   '   ��� ��m M RQOMQ  D����vc Klnna. pnvq' Koniuttt,- Hfuco Camp*    S '" 7''" ���' ** ^T^ "^^ ��� '���  I...1I       T*      iU\..,      . ....in    ,J ���L-    ,       ...     L��, !>,��-, ^ ,   '      ,'     ,    ,'   Ijl,    ,      ">"   '      ' ,    '     ,  MacGregor Real Eifato Diilldlng  *'*!Pr*f*  r       . ��� gnomes Ihv thd district,  "UDiph'ud by Jim Gray, Parents holb" ���' "  *     . '���          ";  1_     .������:....        "        ',,   '    '        . .  -.  I  I:  a''��.v, , ���... , . ..,...,. (1 ,,��",,;,;y Phoiio mr7Wmi, ,,;,,,��,,. i,:^^r,  \   .iho Kuft^tihould lHi-v��vy..wrt^^^  'i'"    4���. 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I        ,', .r      'I  lll'IM., I'll ..till      Ji       I I    I    '   > '     I     ���(     t ���  I    *4j*,4��l I4��,��"44��4*, ��iW<w����44fcW��"^|  '|n..,.l.|, >  1 :���;  ,1        4   I . >  EOTSSSiJl  Section B  Wednesday, January 26, 1972  Paqes  1-6  Formula in B.G, . . .  �� lp*  reason for money bylaw  CONFIDENCE in the School Board's  budgetting is the only alternative for  taxpayers who cannot understand the  formula used by the Provincial Government to determine basic education costs  in school districts. ,  Press release issued by the School  Board is published in this article which  explains why a budget money by-law is  being  presented ,to  taxpayers  this  year^  The number of instructional units in  ���the. SeclTellr-ST^^KJlndistTicri^gg-^!^ an  additiorial six* units for approved special  classes. Special elass'TTnits ~are~~6hly al:  lowed 75 per cent of the full instructional  unit which gives  103.5 full units.  Value of an instructional unit this_  year is $15,190 which gives the school  board_$l,572,165 for operating cdsts plus  $103,863 approved by the government for  transportation and auxiliary services. Allowed to exceed "this-, total- ijy- 10���percent, the Board has $1,843,631' which is  the theoretical stim allowed by the government   for   operating   costs.  To rhaintain educational standards the  School Board requires $1,934,310 which  is why taxpayers are being asked to approve the excess.   The  following  article  was  submitted.  by the Sehoo.1 Board:  program. The foundation program is a  sum of money which represents the cost  of- providing an education from kindergarten to grade. twelve for the children-  of an average school district. In the British Columbia finance formula, this is referred to as the BASIC EDUCATION  PROGRAM (BElP). It has no connection  with the programs which districts must  offer to provide a good basic education,  but isi simply a financial calculation, based-  .on J.he average, approved . operating costs,  of all school districts in the previous year.   Theideal that -alt-taxpayers should-pay^-  a fair share is reflated in the cost-sharing _  formula. All school districts must collect  from their property taxpayers, a basic  tax set by the provincial government. In  1972 this is 25.7 mills. The money which  is collected this way is then- subtracted  from the value of the BEP and the provincial  government   pays  the  difference  5TSI  To try to achieve equality of opportunity, the operating-eosts-f>f���tiw-sH-.  are shared according to> a formula which  uses  a device" "known as  the foundation  districf a�� ine�� *-o^  wealth,   can  provide  foundation  funds Branch  &9  for  1972  are ��� from  left  at a cost of no more than 25.7 mills to seated:   Secretary    Miss Adele   <%   Sawyer,  Mr.  J.   Derby,   Mr  the taxpayer.  Richer districts will re- Lange, president Mrs. Madge Han-  ceive small grants from the government sen,   1st   Vice   president     Mrs,.;,_,Jjily  and   poor   districts   will   receive   larger v ,  grants. Some districts, in fact, will re- Madge Hansen President ��� ��� ���  ceive no grants at all.     '  ���    :���3 '���   Every   district     in   British   Columbia  attche-    |  lor. Back row: Directors, Mr. Harry  Hugh  Duff and 2nd vice-president Mrs.  Esther Wagner.  aillllimilimiUlllllllllllHIHHIIIlliiimimimniinnm  B ERNIE'S  SUPERMARKET LTD.      I  Complete   Line  of   Gifts,  Groceries, Novelties  OPEN 7 DAYS # WEEK  9:00 a.m.��� 10:00 p.m.  Bernie and Pat Shalagan  KlTIVff  units' in a district, each school is divided  into groups of 30 elementary students or     Ella Wood and Mr. Harry Hansen.  |^^0^secondary^striderits: So, an elementary^  school   with   189   students   represents   7  units  and .a  secondary  school wiht  610  HywlOl Phone 885-9414  gmiiiiiiiiiiiiiii��niiiiiiiiimictniliiiHFiiiiiiiiiiiinm  the BEP in order to provide an aecept-  "jle   level  of  educatioa-J&r���theix^-com���  munity. All Expenditures above the BEP  are  paid  for  totally  out  of  local  funds  raised through property taxes.   '  CALCULATING THE BEP   \  The main element in the  calculation  of the BEP is the Instructional Unit. To  new executive installation  "at ."the   number   of   instructional  FIRST meeting of the new year of the  Senior   Citizens'   Association,' Branch  No. 69, took place on Thursday Jan. 20th  in   the   Sechelt   Legion   Hall. ������ After   "Q  back with us again after intensive hospital treatment. . "7  The. Sechelt''Elementary School Choir  entertained  with a number of beautiful  Canada" a minutes' silence was observed  i$ memory of  two  late members, Mrs.  a  students counts as 31 units.  The provincial government takes all  the approved school' board expenditure in  the previous year and divides it by the  number of instructional- units in the.  province to arrive at the provincial average cos*t or Instruction Unit value. Approved costs must include 95 per cent of  the total-operating costs of all school  districts.  as-before December 1. before the  \~ budgets are/finalized, each school'board  is   advised   by   the   government   of   the  ���iiiintru.jeiO'ii'ai1' Uh'lt' ��� value" ' fof" the "'c'SMnjr  year,   the  number  of  approved  instruc-  ; Dug to ill health the resignations "6f  Mr. Dave Hayward, newly elected president, and of Mr. Reg. Smears, director,  were accepted with regret. Nominations  for replacements. were called for. Mrs.  Madge Hansen was duly elected president and Mr. Hugh Duff as director.  Installation of the new executive was  carrted out by Mr. D. Hayward. The officers are: president Mrs.-Madge Hansen;  1st vice-pres. Mrs. Lily Dunlop; 2nd-vice-  pres. Mrs: Esther. Wagner; sect. Miss  Adele de Lange; treas. Mrs. A. Batchelor;  "directors MTr-JT^erbyT~Mr. Harry Saw-'  yer, Mr. Hugh Duff.  Convenors  of  the  ..differfinLcorn.rn.itte^.s w.e.re also ^BRQinted.*,  ~~musica"l-^electioTis ihclmiing���favorites  from The Sound of Music. The voices of  children are always a delight, and these  ^TMldren;-^ demonstrated;^ wh^lfe^oTideHul =  music can rejsult from excellent training. Their conductress, _Miss Robin Eri-  wata, is to be highly congratulated. We  hope they will return soon, and sing  again for us. >  The Sunday afternoon socials, held in  the Sechelt-Elementary"School'from-1 to  4 p.m. each week, are very popular.  Musical programs as well as an assort-'  * ment of games ar^J-in store for members.  If you have' not attended so far do so  next Sunday and  you will be  pleased.  .Refreshments are served and, of course,  Sunshine ^rreiant  -     -       r ���   . #  j   SUBDIVISION  WATERFRONT AND VIEW LOTS  iw��iy*-M��*as!  EFT  ���HURRY! WHILE THEY LAST^  BOAT HARBOUR - ACCESS TO WATER  TERMS AVAILABLE  mt*  OSBORN LOGGING CO. LTD.  885  Box 189/ Sechelt  >ii'  ��� f *** it, fi  14JMiAWNHBi����-t^H3llA.SS-GATCHiR-  Rcgu|or ,134.95  Special   ���. :���..,  -1=USED  CHAI^ SAW r-.---.--.  Gas Cans - Axes  \Nedges available  W/S^WASHERSOUVENf-  and ANTI-FREEZE, 16 ox ,   GAS LINE ANTI-FREEZE���  '4"ojt."7.������..������.���.���.���.���������.��� Special  BOOSTER <fc   AM.  CABI.ES  .^.^i;:;:--;-.  from A��^J  75c  toc;  there is no charge.  The next meeting will be on Feb. 17th,  c^mmericing 'at,'1.30 instggcl dt 1 d'dbfc'K'  as at present. See you then and bring'  Mrs.  M. Hansen donated  a  gavel to  tion units in the school district, and the     !-,he B^al?c1}-, *��"; A.- Batchelor accepted     .ilong your. 1972 membership fee.  value of its Basic Education Program ll 0I��-' beha^ Pf the members and thank*,.    ? r:;��.CJ;    77'^^"l; .>::-v7SX��r  ;. The-sehootboard,:'woi4ih^elosarWittt'' ^^^'i^^^^^^^r^'-'V7:y ���- v ^^^^-^^^.^&y^��^&  its(.p*rbfessiondi staff, carefully calculates      .'[The7SltbpvEeasy store will  donate' a  the sum,of money needed to provide the     haniper to the Branch when members ac  FOR YOUR UNFILED  INCOME TAX RETURN!  NATIONAL TAX BUYERS LTD.  ��� 335���Eastr Broadway, Vancouver, BtCt  r  3&��  PNone$: 'jpmX WV-MM;7tiVii^r|ts)^879^B701  teachers and facilities to operate the educ  -atlTJnal program of the district. However,  cumulated receipts trom the store total  $5,QQ0. A box will be provided at future  me$mg^-l%g^  the school board is not free-rto-esta-blisL  the  budget at  this  level  as  the  Public     in so lie sure lo save'them all. The sUg  Schools   Act   lays   down   a   number   of    gestion box will also be* in evidence at  ,. Regulations, - :. , fuiui,e7meetings,--so-do--send any-- sugges-  ��� The  board  may  add up  to  ten  per ""  ""'"    "     ""'"  ��� cent to the BEP value advised by the  provincial government    to arrive    at a  theoretical'   budget  level.  This    budget  f'gure .must ..then be.compared with the.  .^board'js. own. estlj^a^es_,q^-11ije���fund_s,need-.  ed to "run the scliool"dXstrfct."  ir Ouf-of-fown inquiries welcomed.  Wf:     . ..'������ :  .:'".'" y\���'77*������>������������ tti.'*S:-.,ri3.'S.i....'iVf..':;A.^;!T.,.  ��� ���  Phone collect! Pick+up service.  liUfOi'iMU'ii win. .|��viti  DiApNOSIS of learning difficulties jylTiclf  rnany. children. suffer _ is drawing at-  tehtion to the fact that  many students    S  tions,i comments or criticisms.  They  all  ,^ho do not progress well in school are    *-  heip,make for lively^ well-informed meet- - ^h nec^sarily.,,p( lower, intelligence,! ;  ihgs. ���^ '.  :'._. .._ _7.'.'.    '.liBy helping them overcome their dili-  -Have youiiny-good-ideas'-that7WO-ald---��i^ltiGS-^  benefit, all senior citizens?  If so'bring    c^n ^ecome productive citizens in adult  thern;.io;:tlie, ne^t meeting  whoi'e ; they , 'ite&M  oafn be'formed into resdlutidhs to ,be pre-  " nadian    ^PJ:^1���   foi^-Gluldren  with  sented' to the next convention   The nexU   Lcai'��in2   Difficulties^ which   has   many  At   this   stage   the   school   board   is        ------ - ���- ���   -.... ���w,..,,. .                              ��� .  f?.facedswithva��number of ehoices.-If'the;-'m^  board's own .estimates,, base^on educa- ���      A let'te/of aPPr>ciation will be sent ^JmCol tZTl^^ZXm-  tional-'needs, :as~equal to or lower than    <<** M"��- .i����h��i r.0,.,^��� 4k�����i,4���  ounsnine uoast is wonting towaidh lorm-  FREE WHILE STOCKS LAST   ^  CENTENNIAL POSTERS  Conturv Sam and Centennial Suo Decals  _JBut__aJlittle_apicBjln���yiJUJLJiffl_  COME HOWIE  SECHELT  HOME SERVICE  .r  Box 636,'- Sechelt,, B.C.  Phono 885-2812  the theoretical budget ��� level 'it can of  ficially establish the district budget with-  'oul any further formality. If,. however,  the district estimates are higher than  the; theoretical biidget,: the board must  *declde*whether'it*will'reduce -its"budget  to the i lovol prescribed by tho govern-  ont, or������ l'diae-Ute^r'd'^t^cedfrby^e^  ferring to the ow��ier-clcctora of tlie dis-'  U-lct.     ... .   Tlie procedure for nUslng thcBC ft-nds  la outlined  in  tho  Public Schools  Act.  Tho board passes a by-law, and places an  'advertisement���,���;in   the;7|ocpl;::newspaper  advising taxpayers. If. 100 or 5; per cent'  ot tho ownor-olcctora  (whlepvor ,1s thq  lessor), sign a petition asking for a vote,  the-board must place 4he question-in a-'  i*ofordndurt),' ���' If" sixty!' per, cont of tho' '-  ,yoters are Jn favouiy tho board may, sot  ,lho budgot nt the no\y lovol. If not, tho  budget must be rcduped, to tho theoretical  budget'lovol or U0 per cent1 of the BEP.  Zv T;���nnn^.ni<Z%      ��   fflB oer lov .aUo^ of a. branch .of .C.A.G.L.D. and will  he;,Support  of  Senior  Citizens every- require the Interest and support of the'  m, , - Public    .  i    ^e i War monthly raffle wus won Further information will be released  by Mrs  Olive Clear. A gift was., present- in the near future when a public meeting-  ed.. to Miss; Maude Patterson celebrating will bo,called to acquaint interested peon  'KA��*'lF��iA,��"A��1'4^*'liJ^Jl.u-1J^'t,i'^*^',A***'1^  no: iccont birthday. A very warm wol- pie of the aims of the association and  come was-extended to Mr. Bill Coffey, how it can serve children in this district.  ADULT  y  ORLON  WPOL  POLYPROPYLENE" m"��"' """���  4 ox, for  ,3 ox, for ....  ;:T-  ii .ii,  4"ox, tor,  12 bountiful colouri,  % ox, for   crushed velvet  Italian Mohair *;,,.,  ^4��,Vr^AB*^ K.i^I*., V#ll<*M<l*#nLICpV 3��*����for  :S"'''" ' "''  COTTONS- 2 Belli for  99c  ''99��"  99?  :99ir  op with no  ",wlna,'nfl,����o��n,J*  C  i,o:  '���'���"-"���-',- -    ���-"-���- --������ H,  IVCLLM special ;...;...; '.,;������....���:. y;....:y 3 SKEINS A^^  99?'  2.! '  INDIAN SWEATER WOOL  ^"i*t^^Cll^rt���,MifV��,r'|0-lbt.��for,.  BEAD LOOMS  ".YVhlto Buffalo",  fl ok, pkg, .; ,  '��.44......f.4,.^4,.4w.4��MW^*;��W,WM��w��WMr��14��.����f4.i  ..,.,.���,,,.  ���t ���',"ttfTSnVimt twrin��i  -S^��EEP^WEAVES^.M.7,:..:I...^;L1:.;:^��  '. f J. ��� SPEEP.O-YVEAVE TWINS (with froo Imtrmtlon)  ,G00d SECECTIObJ OF PEADS, MACRAME SUPPLIES, MOBILES,  '*'     ' INSENCE; CANDLE MAKING SUPPLIES/ETC. '. .   7-Fiantia5ctjc*co|pur*-saloctlon*anchpatt^rn?tvVMfravory^da/^  ��w4��m*>I!*u,%^��Jm4*Us����  al.  1 Ji  II,   .1  ,!(,���,  CAN'T ,GET PUT? .WR..WI^..^A1U OR DELAYER. YOUR ORPER,  ',*���.''. ���,'., '". ./'Vphonb ^as-^os" t "' " ;.f.���,'"."���;.iv  y< \ ry    ,1 ,,      i '" i*"i    >���    ��' ��� ,     7  ',;7 '    ' i    '  ,  ,.      ,'     ' ,      .,.. ., ,, .,-     ,,,','4,.,      ',,   ,!',,�����     .,      7,1    I.     ..,4,      4, ,,    .     ,   ��� I, ,   ',. .��� ���i  School District ;Ndi 46 (Sechelt)  _Jlhe^eJthj:e^wi��rds_m��k(^4^^  introduced to tho Sunshine Coast area for tho first time  "FAMILY LIFE EPUCAflON" programmes have been conducted  with great success in several areas of B,C^r"'  Tho courso will take place in the ElphinstonoSr. Secondary School S  for four nifos only starting on'Tuosday, February 8; The course will ^  take tho form of a talk and discussion and wjlll cover tho following 8  areas:.                            ,   ,                                  . S  i i  February 8���Man and Woman  SpeakQr^Dr-,-John-Frlesen~l;:laculvy 9f-Educallpn-Unlver5lty.of-B.C,i  Deqllhg with 'the power str'ngglo botwocn husband and wife', family  fights,'fights between the sexes,       ' ' '..'  February 16���The tasks of tho family to*day and signs   ��  of troublo m families. B  v   ��� Spoakori Dr.John Stowart; Director of Wost Van, Institute ol Living^  ,���.      and Learning..     :-   ������'..'     ��� ' ' .      .  February ZZ���Finances. ��,  ,',.',��� The Psycholooyof Flnancos In Ih5 Famlly-riTha, Practical, Aspects., .^ . ,;.,..',  |{ | I ���     i '1 Ml *" ���        1 'I I ' t ,  *S  ',   ,,. Speaker: Mr. Norman Alban. Accountant Consultant, . ���   ��� ���-, . -������ ��� -���-'���.'&-�� "  "   ' r ������   i      ���    -f   ,/��� ' SS ��.,��������..i,..-,-  ,, 'ii m   ,      , i*        ,   ,    <   i>   ,     '. I,    , ,        '   i     ���    iv 'i       i I . 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', 'i  iii'  i   . -#&_  T'~T-  <*' ������  \ '  >   V  -i~       ��� -l.��*iA.-"<i  V  ^wwBy^BWMM^MBMww^wwuMu^ Page ft-2 \ The Peninsula Times Wednesday  January 26/ 1972  MacGregor Pacific  R^T::��s^erBuiii&lngr  Box 739  Gibsons ,  Phone 886-7244  M*'''w��wwii����M������wwvwwiniMMMM��Miiiniyii��M��w<vwwyyiiiiMtf^  JACK MILLS  Licence levy  is lowered  A GIBSONS businessman who ap-.  proached members of village council  With the hopes of having the rate of his  business licence reduced, apparently succeeded:     :      ' 7 :'"~i         uuuuuiwawiuuuijwjuwui^  Twin (reek Building Supplies Od  NOW TWO  CONVENIENT LOCATIONS  TO  SERVE  YOU  David P^rry, manager of a local'mailorder outlet, told council members last  week that $50.for a six-month licence for.  an operation suqh as his was, "out ^>f_line_  with comparable outlets���iir~offieF~ British  Columbia municipalities." He said a similar store, in Sechelt was assessed $10  for the same licence, while Osoyoos and  Aldergrove levy a $25 tax for the six-  month period.  Alderman Gerry Dixon said he didn't  -thtrtk^-a���business- - such - as - Mr. Parry's  should have to pay such a business tax  at all. "I think it's a bunch of nonsense,"  he added. ��� ���  Mr. Parry's business licence levy was  raised recently from $10 for the six-month  period..       ...'���.  -Readers' Right  Cheers, Bee. Committee.  \b 3vj  7 ContractorS\Kept; Busy  From_West Sechelt to Half moon "Bay    Trucks^ Rbri\Contraotirig are seen Peifder^^^otlr-: r o^^^^g^"  heavy equipment and trucks present    standing  by  to" refnov'e* earth, and Gaylocfl/j^rfcte,   in  ch^rge^nrf^ife-  b scene of aTrtivity~^s_Teconstractron���rock dug up by^b'eidB:r-Bt*os~t)lack^ -project^   :.*-..  ��� ��� ^   -  of Highway 101 gets into full swings���4ioe. Keeping an eye on operations is 7  Sir: r-would likj^to^take-tlTis^oppor-  tunity to express my gratitude to the-  recreation centre committee for' all that  they are doings I am sure it was quite, apparent to those present at the meeting on'  January 11  at Roberts Creek .that, this  "committee has done a tremendous amount  of work planning and studying all aspects pf this ^Ojaesed recreation facility.  The members of the committee are some  of the. busiest individuaJ.s_.iR--eur- area  and yet they somehow found the time to  put forth this fine effort on behalf of  us all on tKe'jSunshine Coast.  The era of the small community halls  Where, limited activities took place and  costs paid * by thefc local residents has  gone. In the interim communities and  organizations have joined forces to provide what recreation they could. Now we  have the ultimate in this proposed' centre  and   the   recreation   possibilities���are  nn-  limited. A project such as this, although  long overdue on the Sunshine Coast, can  only be feasible in the manner proposed.  att-  -^fere'*a,nd we' all benefit  ���pay-a-  in so many ways.  ., For those of you who are as yet undecided about your vote, consider this  question���Will the recreation centre help  to make the Sunshine Coast a better community in which to. live? My answer-  Yes, how could it do otherwise!  Your one-stop building  supply centre. Everything  for the contractor and  home handyman alike.  DEALERS FOR-  Jt FINE HOOD FIREPLACES  AND ACCESSORIES  jr G LID DEN PAINTS  it DOMTAR BUILDING  MATERIALS  it REMINGTON  CHAIN  SAWS  ECHOfeUifc  ir PANELING  * HARDWARE AND ~  TOOLS       l  ^^ABINET~H^RD\NAM^  ir DIMENSIONAL AND  FINISHING LUMBER  jf==P1=��WO@& ^  ir ALUMINUM WINDOWS  -AND DOORS  ie~CEMENT PRODUCTS  TWIN  UILDIN  GIBSONS  Phone 886-2291-2  SECHELT  Phone 885-2288-9  i^Hiii-rau n ,��ww��iii i inw. ���Jtlihiw  wiwuwuwiwiiiwwiwwntui^^  zPbes Your Club or Group report its f-J  ���,      Activities Regultirly to the Times?  m  CHESS ENTERPRISES LTD  PHONE  886-7114  GIBSONS, B.C.  Where Finance Terms Are Quickly Arranged. Low Down Payment. Low Monthly Payment.  ALL THAT  WE ASK ^ OWN A  HOME.  First 9 miles * . .  Highway 101 reconstruction  helps 16 local contractors  REGARDLESS ot screnms to the contrary  dopnulnionl ol' hlgliwnyH construction  croW,iwh 1hted by a lnrjj'0 number of-'loci'1  contractor!*, la irmklng n Icirge onslaught  on rusconnlruotlon of tho Sunshine Count  HlRhwny.  PI i'H t 7h Cn^o^fXtlio Tpro J out to tho nlno  milo Htroloh botweon Secholt, nnd Halfmoon Buy, Second phftRO'will bo from  Halfmoon Buy  to Madeira Park  and  a  clown gravel sometime in February by'  which time work should be In full swing  with approximately 50 local men employed. ���    ������������  Presently tho highway crew consists  of. 20^,mqn^togqtho^.wjth^theJ^l^tce^w  private,contrnotors, In clinrgp'iof.operation<��  Is Penclor Harbour roads foreman Gaylord  Morkol who assumocl lils duties' la Uiot  ...... area almost, two years ago, In short1 time  stai1,,.,wlll:..bQ,::mndo;, cmr:t|lH  'soon as tho fin-ahead comes from Vic-    the loci-JTncono.  "        "" ""  1-"vJn, '    ,      ,It is planned to construct a. firnt class   ItwconHtruotlon throufilv, WohI..Sooholt    24'.....highway   with .stratoKlcally   located-  ls  Honiowh.it   llmltud   in.  scope   duo   to    passlnK-lanoH and (1 foot shoulders. Com-  hpmoH along the highway, However, largo    pletlon of tho entire project Is (tytpcqWd  ��N.carH.��iU'o,u,lraiucly�����uuw^  bonds' lh'dlcatlhfi! extent of 'impVovoh^ontH areatest contribution to iho area has  tohQcarrlod out.    ,,....., ,.,���. undoubtedly  boon ther; substantial work,  1969 PLYMOUTH  Rei����stn��^on76(.HighTO^101;-calls . I    "   '~ FURY  I?1 . ^ SfSW? ?. ��Pera!!0nS; rr   1 f 4 dr Sedan. y8. Automatic. J. _.. _  tln6 offr&7s;:^ near Trout lake   |<Steering, New tires. Fully recon  ^aHM;fop;ia^.1 ___ditipned.  <jot andf^S'iinight be seen, a variety"  of light antijieavy trucks have been  put into service.  i      .. , , , i  Sechelt; R. Johnson, Gibsons; Sicotto  Bulldozing, ' .QibsOns; Borry Procknow,  Gibsons;, Rote's- Trucking, Scoholt; L & II  riS^nson.-Secnelt; X.ylO' Sumrh^rfQlCy/iosC!  Secholt; Cdast' Paving, Secholt, and Powell' River;'P & K Rentals,-Madeira Park;  Rod ytebbf Madeira Park; Const Back-  hoo a"nd.Tracking, Madolra Park^'EmpeA:,  Construction;,, Secholt; Ron" JN6i*thrup,  Madeira, Park,'  , , >  $65.00 down & $65 00 per month  1968 PLYMOUTH  FURY  2  dr  Hardtop. - V-8.  Automatic  transmission. Radio. Fully reconditioned and new tires,   :  pwci H695'-  : $65.00 down & $65.00 per month7  1969 IHC  TRAyi'-ALL:WGN����  V8. Automatic, Power steering.  Power disc brakes, Radio, Immaculate condition.  FULL  PRICE  $27W  |li6 down a $110 per'month"  .mmuwwMMMW  Groatost dovolopmont Is taking place  ��� nilm,,nrt Trout Lnko whoro largd cuts havo  , boon pushed; ihroMglvhiv'/'.urdoUHbond''.  Vast quantities of rook havo boon ro.  moved and In other places It will bo  nocoHsary lp, fill In doop ravines, MoHt of,  the work so far has Involved cleadng  of�� now routes, bulldozing, drilling and  contracted   out   to   local   operators.   All  nlonJT 1lvo' routo"largo "cats orq pushing''  tholr way! through mountninons  banks'  of rook and earth, giant drills, baokhoos  and a variety of trucks and other equip-.  n]ont all present w scono.of,great,activity.,  ���J'rlvnlQ c()ntractprfl^/-fi��|wvemployed,-  Inoludo:   Shoal   Dovelopmonts,   Gibsons;  rock removal, It Is hnped' to start putting   Feldlcr Bros., Gibsons;; Ron's,Contracting,  k��tHmiHrtmi.Hmini-iitiiiiinniiHiiiiuHm  are  t  Dancing 9:30 1:30 a.m.  Dance to tho  Sparkling Apple  Saturday, January 29  PENINSULA HOTEL  <WMMMUM**WWJM��WJMUMWMWWWMWWW*Annf  Highway 101  t,M tllM|^|>|  .'ll.  ���'!>   ['iVll-'.l't   I,   ,     I    ��� ,    ,   I   ���'  t��Sfm^mm,v:  >.,(!  141,1 I    If I  H^ifflWNmwHmwMflMinmii  Wiorib066I^a  mmmmAniAmiimm  1965-CHEVRC>LET":  SLIPER SPORT  2 dr  Hardtop. VS.  Automatic^  Power steering, Radio, Buckets,   "^ $J95   PRICE  ^mmkmmimmmmmuiim  ���:�� ''Cit  ^N*4.t ( j  Ml|*��(-t'HWItl��t��H,i^��*tl1'  iMiMimmmwiMt  jj'<i I   A  m^^^m>mjmfWyMf&��*mSi  Cf' ;.'t '#'  " *  , .ir* fi.Hnlt! iJf-'���'i'" -i ' ���  Morlno, Gibsons   ',,7,,',... '886-^941  op  $42.00 down A $42.00 per month  ;;::n::i9667pONTI��G'  Grand Parisienne  34Zdr:7Hardt6^iY0^ut^  Povrqr steering 6V brakes. Radio,  Now tiros & fully reconditioned.   .���:'2S". Hits   4  $55.00 down & $55.00 per month  y  1  1967 CHEVROLET  ST. WAGON  327   rY8t    Automatic;  . iWer  brakes, Electric rear window. No  spin differential; Radio, Fully r<^  conditioned;  FULL  "���"���������PRICE*"  ^55.00 dowfi 8, $55.00 por mon^th  '  *i \ft  1969 PLYMOUTH  ROAD RUNNER  2 di*J Hardtop.: 303"V8, 4 speed,  Rodlo, Posltractlon. Radial tires.  Ram air, 32.000 miles.   ;  Qne owner, l-actory warranty.,  $95;0Q down & $95fOO per month  1968  PONTIAC  4 dr Sedan. V8 engine. Aufoma-  tlc trans, Radio. 1st lino flmi ;  -7������PRieiE���^^^���#^#i~r~~-  $55.00 down t\ $55.00 per month  .���i  1966 FORD  GALAXIE 500    ,  -2* Aw HardtoprVS- cnglnerAuto-.*4*  7 matic transmission. Rqdlo,";;  ,,.,.,,;,   ^4,000 :!"!!|?!!��,.,.7..__1L ,.'   ���Roquirea-Some-JfYork. 1-~���  :  $59% ..'.'���'..:.:���  L  7  <m��mm^m$mlimAmimm#m  ,4-w^JU  > ���  Unit I ������  rWHIL^THESE^Atf-^RICESX/Kt"  TO CHESS ENTERPRISES LTD ~ filRqnMQ  ittfajWiw^w^Mwai^  ^B^tt^Wl^lW^W^^^  m'    w^\*mmn*irtty^ 5  .  '7>7 'I'^l"1 ' ' '  n ;;  ' . 7    , -  WE ARE CLOSED WEDNESDAYS AND SUNDAYS  ALL OTHER DAYS OPEN 9:00 3^^. TOI^30 P(Mr��  {'I'l'M' ,   ''^��"'|���nft;,    j',,.'   ,,(7    ,'n'';' 4 .. ,l.��. ii;.m*,��,f ,i I      ' , ,V   ,.,,,, ,���7V ���������f,y,n ,7,1.���7�� M  T ' ""*"t >IIIMj'lll'lltl'    Ill Hl^a.). 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I   ,    I     .   ^ I                        I,'            '                                                  ,'    f    I,,I.,A|    4,, ��.,�����,,,    (���,,,,      I                                                             ,                                                    ,                  .      4 .                               j  ,.,     ,    ,4...   -.),,,���,.,...(,,.,. a ,,f, i,,n,, j  ....     ,    , i h ,,ft't i,1*. 4<',,<v!, '("i '-rii  .Hi 7  '"-HA* �����. t��..��HJ.|(wli *,t ,��.��-,''-,, , i. ii    .-    ��iS.>m    I '���   ���   ���'    ���',       I'/ \       ',��      '       ���,, '  .' ��� ,1  n, ,t "���(��� I '  I '-'i'l  ,,. (' ���H>  Gibsons Editorial comment. ��� t  4   4*  for Gibsons .Chamber  WHILE nothing concrete could possibly  result from' one meeting, it appears  that- members of Gibsons and District  Chamber of Commerce at least took one,  big step in the right direction" at their  first meeting of the year held last week.  For a municipality the size, of Gibsons, 35 members in its Chamber of Commerce isn't much to boast about, especially when, yoif consider membership totalled 85 two years_ ago. But fortunateiy-in--  coming president Mike Blaney and the  rest of the members in attendance last  week are well aware of the situation, and  hopefully will do'sonjething about it.  ��� Lack   of   members   is   not   the   only  olighl facing aruorganization such-as the  Chamber of Commerce, although without  them there would be nq Chamber.  Ideas, initiative, and good old-fashion- ?  ed hard Work are a must.  Arid, from .what we could glftlier  at our.first meeting of the local group,  all members were aware of all this^too.  The formation of committees and the  delegation of responsibilities was deemed  ���a necessity for the- local Chamber.  And  ���right-ly^sbr   '������   -  ��� Discussion is good but action paints  a much prettier picture. Let's hope members, of the Gibsons and District Chamber  of TPommerce. take the proverbial bull  by the horns' and at least get' started on  ,4hat--picture.^ We- think they  will.  To hash over training program:> . V  \'  Th%~?eirinsTila Times . Page P;3  *  Wednesday, January 26, 197%   "'        ' '       ' ���"        ��� I"       ������ "I >���'      ���^���������.,11- ���      ���!��!        "ll      ''    '  Anxfond-Gihsohs  -by Marion Charman. 886-9862  BOUQUETS to the Department of Highways   crews   who   worked   long   and  hard to keep the roads safe..  Bouquets too to the rural mail cour-  iers-for their good-service .through rough  weather and hard going."*  -   Mrs. Wiljo Wiren was hostess a$ a,  jolly children's party on Friday when  .the eleventh, birthday of Michael Geier  was celebrated.,, Champions of the after-_  noon at model aeroplane assembling were  Dean Jackson, Callum Robertson,.Stephen  Jackson and the guest of honor. Following  the party all attended the movies.-  . , ii  BUSY HANDS CHANGE NAMES  The ladies who meet at the United  Church hall nn Tuesday afternoons from  1 to 4 p.m. have resumed their sessions to  which all wom&n are welcomed. This  group, formerly called Busy Hands, will  now be known as the Sew and So's.  Roy and Mabel Johnson from Okan-  agan Falls, who we^e^guests.-af-Miv-and  Mrs. F. J. -Holland.-found-travelling conditions very poor.. It took them eight hours  to make a 250-mile journey. -  . Gill and Cathy Yocklowitz and family are happy and well at Sparwood in  spite of the weather.  Guests of John and Ruth Harrison  last week were Mr. and Mrs. Muzeiroll  from Vancouver.  Karl Schroer's sister has returned to  her home in Edmonton after a visit here.  Mrs. Eileen Glassford was in Quesnel_  ^w4^er!e--she-attenaeara wedding and enjoy-  OZITE with rubber back  6 lovely colors. A   Atffc  12 ft. wide. .... sq. yd. 3��5U  OZIItCARPlT  6";oird:re wide.  5 colorsr.:..:::'.-��� sq. yd;  -12x14.2  HEAVY QUALITY  Color: -gold -heavy deep pile  CARPET WAS 19Q.QQ_^���  REMNi  lix and Match  CARPET  "tltlS  SiCOLORS  12x12  WITH CANVAS BACK  Jaspe���Brown/Beige���Granite-  Grey. 6.6 ft. wide.������/ __j||||jj  *y���peMinHfc  100% DUPONT NYLON  l,*777777  ���WHrieii-heli���lay;  THE  GIBSONS  Wildlife    Club-   held a  meeting Friday evening with the Sechelt  Rod  and  Gun Club  and  Richard  Cole, ..director ;of  B.& jj  tion to discuss the.; British   ter Training ;pEogram.. There has been  a great deal of controversy with regard to  the   course   and   its  content.   Discussion  pulsory program as it has been laid out'.  The organized, member clubs  of the  ^federation*have long reques^ted'arfeffec-  PENJNSULA TIMES~  OFFICE  wow .:pMUmj^b]sjoi��.S-  Phone 886-7244  tive and efficient means of testing those*  who hunt, in the proficient handling of  firearrns; Recognition and respect of Wildlife;   knowlprlgp   nf, thp   gamp   Ipw^'   nr\r\  the -et|iics t>f spoi'tsmanlike behaviour.  : Hunters, have of ten. legislated against  themselves in order to protect their sport.  ,The gi-bup feels that the institution, of a  ary"7program���-as���tratiiriea^BWe^  will help to demonstrate that the organized hunter is indeed concerned with the  eUmtnatioh��Qf the irresponsible element  that;,is sgiving hunting so much adverse  publicity. Hunting is a serious sport and  those ~#ho> hunt should" be" weir~vefse3~ ~  in its requirements and their responsibilities J.  Miss   Mary   Wray   spent  a   few  days  with friends at, Williams Lake. '  v and Mrs Ted Petsi^4'a4r4he-4a&-  ter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. EHason from  Caronport7Sask., visiting with them.   '.  More eagles are seen at Keats Island  than were previously noted there.  Fr^nk^^qigaer��_is_iri_&t^iTary's Hos  pital receiving therapy.'  HOLD  SURPRISE  SHOWER -     S  Mrs. Eddy Jonas was surprised lather  -fogm^^���,twt���^B^fffyt0f>^t-"R-Qftd���when���af~~ba~by  --'Lbbks "lake those who live^1 within  their incomes are trying to louse up the  prosperity? ..  shower for David John Jonas was held.  Many beautiful gifts were presented.  Those, attending were.Mesdames ���Aline,.  Hollowink, Bonnie Bennett, Elsie" Loitz,  Juanita Camposano, Doris "Dempster,  Elana--Anderson.-Eleanot.Wplvertori, Kay-  Owen, Joan Rigby, Sylvia Spain7skl4fiy=  Horner, Arlys Peters, Mrs. Eliason and  Mrs.  Brew.  . Delicious refreshments were, enjoyed,  including a special shower cake m the  form of a stork,- the. artistic culinary-  creation of Sylvia Spain. ��-  __J!OJmR-^��MN^E--GEpRGE COXTPCE"^  Fred and Pearl JFeeney from Prince  George were down to the coast when Mr.  Feeney attended B.C, Tel meetings in  Vancouver.   ���������������.���������:��� ���[  While ^gue^-ofei-Fred and' Maiybel'le'  Hollajjd 'here fpr^six days, the Feeneys  were happy to see many .friends in the  area. ���..._..-.  Twenty*one   peoRle   were  present   at.  a . most   enjoyable r-  pot-luck( supper   in  honor of- the Feeneys-at' tKe'tlolland home'  on Sunday evening.  Fre~a   and   Pearl : went   on! to   North  ���"see page7 B-4  f  IYOUR  COMMUNITY  OWNED  Food Service Centre: Serving  The SuhStiihto^iGoWat  54- Years and Growing With  The Community Every Year'y,:,  'JfiW^^ite^^^MtOTtt^wl^lfr^ i*  <M-  TOP QUALITY MEATS  THE BEST SELECTION AND QUALITY  100%  feJWww * W     ��   (tii^l ,�� .w��*W  BREAKFAST  yPJoa'iyP imWm%$m Us  >     'i  ���I        ,   , I       -I  COTTAGE  ROLLS  Ready to Eat Ka's,  '.J^Ll J-jii,'  89  ,U * ,w'��4-4��,..��-U.��  j, J-^r* "H " '  ii   t ��f^ ��    At iu i   ni'in  aAi  t\ �� t ^,un - .   *m\U 4* *i A*t i >*p��U��  'mi&mtm&mam/mm&t  COIL GARLIC  SAUSAGE  c  Really Fresh .,  f��.  ,4l,,l  I      I. '  w   "^"PRIIKII RIB  ROASTS of BEEF  'The King of Roasts  Trimmed Just Right.  J-;S  CYCLONE - 12x100  THEYTMUST GO!  iggesled"  Colpr: gold tweed nylon shag.;with  built-in rubber 99 AC?  underlay. .���..._-._ sq. yd.   f e^3  CARPET REMNANTS AND  ROLL ENDS PRICED SO  LOW  YOU CANT  REFUSE  TO BUY THEM.  i      Color: moss-green, high-low swirling  I0sigii7~r_  Was 6.95  sqj yd.;  4^25  MATS - WW''  Bound edges,,  Each  ..__.___.  mm  Color: gold finch. High low swirling  design. 100% Dupont Nylon.  Was  "208.00   AS LONG AS  THEY LAST.  =WbOtE1J1VI-ROtlrENUS~  SO LOW WE WILL NOT  EVEN MENTION THE *  PRICES HERE.  SHAG CARPET TILES  ilxlT  5-xvhn-srSuggeSted retail price 1.29.  89  .At CLEARAWAY  f^cMN^AXjF^lXA^^  ��U.RRYyALEJJ2x6.iis.  ���Wosireduc^d_a  ;"-i;.V��'-s-1V..>^V~,'- ���^;;W'i^:^'%'.H,^>Q7&i.f  79i50^..NOW  HARVEST 11.9x10.3.  98^54-... NOW, 49*5(1:  WESTWOOD 12xll;6 ;  183.6o   .NOW  99��llll  ERIN TWIST112x11.8  ' Was reduced       MLSk B?��h  123.95    NOW   OyojU  " y^M$Z&*n$f[e!k*i; ���'"''  ALL;,RROr^LON^  5^^reen*on -greeniytones".' -'..,.','  :J.wiVV.-(~t.'fj:Vr>t_W^J,f.r.:    ���':''���,,:,,-v;;r:",'V" �� ; '''. '^'i'\  ������'���;12x57^777:7, '���*  gre6n oh gold ,'' .���,'>,*  ^2x1:9^^'^-^^  BY THE  BARRELF  THIS HARD WEARING  CARPET FOR ONLY  , ; WSr, :  |ER SQ. Yb/ INSTALLED  [(This includes carpet underpad  ���metal door trim-���  installation).   ,;;  II '        I   l , (    I   ���!      )  'ft4)4miaW.H.I.4^4M   ^.IW^t    fr,|4  ll  '     7)7.'/;   ]<   '7' ���  BEEF SHORT c  iPnl   Loan and Meaty ,.r.llb; W  J.7,.���A7..         77,    1'  ,"     '- ".'","�����,, 1   .<''",  I  ���-i,,'���.i�� l,,r , 1,  ���n.���44W, ,������.������ 1 ���,,.,���.��� ,n    1    .,.,, i,,1 1,1 1    1   , Imhi;   ,   .',..,   n|M��� ���,,���  ���\ '   '���    !;���,' Annual  /    ���'7,J),:'/,;'' ,>;,.,  GENERAL MEMBERSHIP MEETING  FobmnyO  ���Plan-Nov^'to-Attond^"^^"  iqnmmHr**"**********^^  irsrHc  IxMtrWg^f SVitunlrt-ill**!!"*!^  Open Six Days A Week  To Serve, Yoii * Betfor*^-  (Im  f  1     ,     " ,,,,!*'-,",,' ��� ' , " 1    7  *"'G^M&  '���  fit1',' ' > S , (*'[*   ft  <���    "    '   ' ( , ' ( ' I  *" A;~sfurdy,^hard:wearing dbubTo Jute"  back carpefr-vl00% Dupont Nylon,  high-low swirling design..Two co-  ._ lors:, solar gold, fern groori. (This  includes carpet/ underpad, metal  door trim, installation). ,    )  Installed ft-mfkE?  Square Yard ���:..:������.:���.���: �� qj?^  CAPTIVATION;  A BEAUTIFUL  SHAG CARPET  mam mm mm  ThU is carefree Hying whon in-  �� stalled in your llvingroom, etc. 3  colors'only gold fweod, ayocadof  blttcr3\ycet (rust-. Wo -yill not bo  able^to repeat this        rg��L gkg*  prico' * ��<!��� y^ w*wj��  OZITE, STYLE TREND  11. A11  Color: Venetian gold. Rubber back"  1 ed. Suggested retail. -'-jKf ���  7.95 :...: sq. yd. 3��  ozi; FUTURISTIC 7,  12x40.0  Color: Madoira gold.: Rubber back-  ed,, Suggested rota"       ^ ��[jf|i  ���iiiaiivlfi!*'*'''!****'*^  OZITE, CAROL COURT  HWWWfi4t,taHiirfiWyrpli^lfifil^l,tlf,iiiil  1     1  Colors honey.  __.  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I                  I                                   I                                                  I'                      I          '                         '          f  1   ���   1     'i"   1 1       '      /     '   "                        ii, '  ; .               ,                ���         :  l\n*'*��,��f   %l"',-*>.*nl  *l   II,... 111   t  1 nt-, '1  st-��,, , V! V  -AV -  fi<  "i -        4 V '      ��� > \        ' ...  " And membership needs an uplift . . . *   .  "*" ���     ' V ~.    . - ...�� - - \  Chamber president advocates  MORE    Ai^OUT..,.       s  �� Around Gibsons*  IINJ HIS inaugural spfech -to .members of  the Gibsons and District Chamber of  Commerce la.^t week, 'incoming president  "Vfi'-ce ���tfl.aney stressed "Hie heed irrtprpve  upon  tourism   in the area. ���  "  ...  Included' in his outline tor 197*2 objectives, Mr. Blane'y referred to ���the Sea  Ca^alcajfle, recreation centre, employment  opportunities, marine and a tourist bureau as issues in the important role the  Chamber   should   play    in   the   district.  He commended previous president  Larry Labonte for doing, "a fantastic  job."  Membership   in   the-������.-loeSfl -grou-p's  oor-  THE BIBLE  CAN BE UNDERSTOOD.  For All Its Difficulties,  The Book Is A Gold-mine  Worth Working At.  A Free Correspondence Course To Meet  Your Personal Needs Is Available. Send  Your Request To Box 468, Gibsons, B.C.  'gas^ization was stressed. "Two years ago  we* had" 80 paid-up 'members in this  Chamber of Commerce," he said, "and today we have something like 35 members.  Included in ideas and suggestions  from other members, prompted, by questioning from Fred Cruice, were boat  launching  facilities,"  the   need  to  revamp  ^oU'tdated-Chamber bylaws, the=pos��iM4i4y-  of alleviating  dinner meetings  and,  "not  letting   the  Sea  Cavalcade   become   stagnant." -  First vice-president Barry Anderson  said that most members of the present  Sea Cavalcade committee would like to  stay on in that capacity, "but they would  certainly   like   to   see   new   blood   associated with the annual event."  - In addition to Mr. Blaney and Mr. Anderson, other officers sworn in by Ewart  McMynn for the year 1972 were: Audrey  llinz, second* vice-president; Phillip  Gordon, treasurer; and Shirlee Janowsky,  secretary.. __-.-.������  _ ��� - ������ -   -���   Directors are Mickey Parsey, Ruth  Baker, Otto Odermatt^ Marilyn Robinson, Winston Robinson, Lorraine, Goddard,  Larry  Boyd  and Jack White. i  Twenty members -attended the business portion of the meeting; 14 sat down  for   dinner.  -7- ���4 r om ~page~B^*J  Vancouver lo spend the remainder} of  their holidays, meanwhile wondering  about transportation and travelling conditions for getting back up to Prince  George where their ' family is \yell and,  happy. ���"'*  82nd BIRTHDAY  Mis. Durant Irgens, who observed her  ��2nd birthday al her home on January  21, received* cards, gifts, and many good  .wishes" when .friends called to-help her  celebrate the occasion. Tea was served.  Miss Esther Olsen from Vancouver (was  among those present.  Mrs. Helen Schroers visited her young-;  erlslster in Alberta.   '     ��� .   7  Len   Wray   attended" the' wedding   of  a cousin at Quesnel recently.  SMOKEY   BEAR  .,.. Sniokey Bear is an. international forest,  lire prevention symbol and is well-known  in Mexico, the United States and Canada.  In this country it is the- responsibility of  the Canadian "Forestry Association and  its inember-Provineial Forestry Associa^"  tionsv  ���   --        -   ---- -  LIGHTNING FIRES       .  Numerous cases are known when old.  trees struck by lightning burned in  hol-v  low trunks for many days during heavy  rain, then started fires in the forest when  isurrounding fuels dried out.  Council gives them a price  Vending machines? Nuts!  ^ottiDieliectder s donrt^c*  BUBBLEGUM, candy bars, and nuts���at   least ...those sold through vending-  machines within the municipality���were  put in their place by village fathers last  week during the regular mleting of the  Village of Gibsons council meeting.  It���was���another���phase���in���revamping-  machines operating in one location, with-  -in-the-viHage-is-assessed'a^lat- business"  rate of $25 -for a six-month* period).      v  Machines   such   as   one   or   two   pop  vending   devices   owned   by   local   merchants are not affected by the tax. (This  -includes-a^w-o=l^aded_jxut-jamdome  the village's business, license' bylaws  when council members hashed over  the  -~-���4ieensing of every type of vending machine   from   those   dispensing   one   cent  ___bubbjj2j_uni_tg the more elaboi'ate-dev-ices-  ed by councillor Charles Mandelkau, of  which" mention of the device naturally  brought chuckles forth .from his fellow  councillors).  clothing, and medical supplies costing  P~6T"more, as well as machines or devices  for that provide music, would cost their  pwners $5 each.  As a final note in the proceedings,  councillor Winston Robinson quipped,  "and wp mustnlt for^ei-lhe-stamp vend^  -jull  N EVEN'S  RADIO & TELEVISION   dtfflfer for:^   ZENITH  FLEETWOOD  ADimAL -. .PHIUESL  EVERYTHING FOR  HOME ENTERTAINMENT  ��� ��� ���,���   "He-;      *; *.  Ph. 886-2280  providing food, clothing, or medical sup-  plies costing-"I* 1 or .'"more.- o    -  The outcome was fixed rates for all  types of the mechanical servants owned  by non-resident businesses of Gibsons,  beginning with a $10 basic rate. (A resident business  with five  or more  vending   Rates suggested for vending machines  _fiispensing__items  up_lo_a.-value���of�����ute_  ing machine at the post office."  Mother     discussing     juvenile     delin-  .Aueacy;_-"A���-swlteh4n--UHie-saved--mme1V  cents were 50 cents for each machine;,  thus dispensing soft drinks, hobby rides,  etc., up to a value of 25 cents, $2 per^  machine. Machines dispensing articles  from 26 cents to 99 cents would cost the  owner   $4   each   anri   Ihose   .spiiirLg-_��aadT-_  PENINSULA TIMES  -    OFFICE  NOW  OPEN  IN  GIBSONS  Phone 886-7244   Reg. $20.00  TO-CL-iA-Rrr;  Lined Nylon (oats        $iq.?^  Regular $22.95 1   JbV  SKI  Reg.-$24^95  17  Bb  I   mygren sales   11 Lined Canvas Coats  ^ (1971)   Ltd. ,,    ^ Regular $29.95        AT  $1Q-95  gBllBIUl4MJIIUUUU����JUUUUUUUUUUUUUH  THIS IS THE  FINAL WEEK  OF OUR  JANUARY  CLEARANCE SALE  MODESTY isn't one' of my better traits,     tables be re-arranged for future' meetings,  rr  rH.0,1- just have't��vpasg-along arcompli-  -.eertainlly TuT"the  nail  on  the head.  It's  Uient a gal gave after r'eadlTig--last-WGek's.���r^tJbi^_LLuneasy feeling to go to a .group's  PSSST  column.  Quoth  she,   "One   thing    dinner   meeting   such   as   the   Chamhexls-  -ia^-foi'���su<��e--yoij���are   elciihitcly irot-^^ori    unci-'see-clieky" little-gicw-pa���ef���f-eur���stt>-  mind-expanding drugs." ,     ting around small tables with-their backs  And you had better believe  our vil-    to   otlie��'   members.  And   sincere   cheers  lage  daddies  do  have senses  of  humor.     lo Fl'ed Cruice who, knowing darn well  To wit���At last week's council meeting,     wll<J llie new  man was at the meeting,  I  COST  I  I  "Quipped "Mr;   Dixon7,~"the '"only 'special And the following" is part of a press  privileges  you  get   when y"ou   pay  such    release-from the Cui.ucU1 Department of  s    S:  Good news for hand  loaders-��� ,  Loading Equipment  ��   WADS  M   SHOT  ��   BULLETS  ��   POWDER  ��s-a  quip  To llio 'lady who "thought wo were bo-  the  boob  lube.  It "roods,   "The  common S"  rat reaches sexual maturity  in three to    ^  Also:  RADIOS-SHAVEtiS  WATCHES  Electrical Appliances  to fool     wfciuiHu  mere u/c a  lot  ol   people  who S  -Horry, for lhaUp<>()i^��l-,fiH)iiv-.sWihol.Uwho���..,J.LtiI?, I2il9JQ��OiljLgf^  went -rfvor- to V-wkwivoi- aiul whs trap-    ^mmon. rut reaelicn sexual muturlty, Oh, T^1  pod In Woodw-urtf'H Department Store for    ,,or.0'*"   ��nolhor   for   mice   lovers,   "Mice fc  Ihroo  duyi,,   SeoniH   tho   awn In lor   broke    ''0<K;|1  noxuul  muturlty  at  six   weeks  of ��  down,                                                             ���������   'flioHo sexy lltllo mleel And would S  ���  you   believe   your  tux   money   Is   going &  I  19  Alt-Wool Dress Coats  Regular $29.95 . ���.^_   Soayiow Plaxa 686-7598  m  It would be a nice Hunlui'u If someone    f",,,",0' ,,vomy��"r,. "X, .ml'"��.y   '"   ti��Um    S  ^jM!a.n/Jpr;t|rwC,aW "0^8?    '���niH!,lin8 thls' kW  ot ���u'ttHh  out    S  , '.are responwlble for putting out those, tele-     7n,;7|. ,,,,,7, 7,, ���.���:��� i>-.--w~--yi;y-<-~i    - S  plmno  cllrwlorloH   that    our  vlllugo    Is    os J}\ln    ' 'J"J HI U Hhoukln'l bo aue-    ��  known  uh  CIIIjhoiih  and    NOT  a'UwonH. , Tai m��  ���,     ^  ","    U,��  (,,hor  1,u,'HonH    f   twoycHi'sibul when "ono' wants to* pbono' ' I  ad in I ii In ti;a tor Dave .lohnHojnipyof .at the,.....[  Villagei "hull,  unci  oho "dowiYl know \W |  phono JHimboi',jjno(i,haH lo look In,,Ihe  dlroblory for QlbHoiiH,Landing,   "   '"' '.  And whoovor HuggoHtod at-ImhI wooU'h  JBwnnBHHnHmwHHM>iiMiwnwmwwiH,,.  NYGREN  SALES  . (..1971L.LTD..   j7,^,7-,,.(On-tho^:Wharf)ir, ..  [886-9303 GIBSONS ��  S//////S//U//U/////////S//////S//f/f/B  BARGAINSWTJmTS^  (Wtiisf sizes -from 30" to"42"r ~  FULL CUT ��� EXECUTIVE CUT -^ SLIM CUT  Alterations if required, extra   This sale price does not include, double-knits or wools.  MEN'S CASUALS (Never Press) ���, 30%  DISCOUNT  ALL SPORT SHIRTS    *%i%0/   ^EEC  AMD  DRESS SHIRTS   AW/0,Vrr  1585 Marine Drive, Gibsons'  Phone 886-2116  Gibsons TWILIGHT THEATRE 886-2827  IW��W i" *�������� t.Mm>-i^i n^ra.V l.  fefckto  ,y  (  I- BQYSIQXFQ^PS    .   .   3?:99 and 4.SS  GIRLS' SHOfS.  I COW'BbY BOOTS  Svl ��..l|��^ w��~..,Jj.i-..,...ir_��^4.^-n',r!a��.4'�����^��"'1  y SNO-BObTS  3,99 to 5.99  10.00 Off  ��� <  n .��,.��(r**Tt W1 ���W*"*T* H�� dm 4M*1** l"**1**(  [TlSOOD SAVINGS  GOLF SHOIES,,.. .;'.; 7.,  ���   ., . . V%, Pric^.  MEN'S AND WOMEN'S DRESS' SHOES  ���Mi  ������1(1  ISES  ~  DON'S SHOE STORE  "1 /,7  l,; 'i- 1     7 ..' ^il^^^h'ijl'il-'h,  mw*&*��**^w*f*��*>  h  pf^Sfa^  M1 ,11       'nil  ',' ill'iVflb'.i   tl>��|  rh() /Mi/. ���; / h * < ,���?/,'! y //i.'i/ nffinxi  ' ��� f:t,f:'^\rH^Mm/iWMr T4ft'  111  r ,,^',77 . .���,' ^T::t w\�� vv  >|jbi,,UtfM 4l*��irti  I" I .1  H  I    I''!!1'!! 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(  Admissions Adults $1.75  |��U        , I _ r.,^ju ,r,ri-UJl.MH|l��limr"T'-T1-tT^���*'"���"^*"> J-�����.IW*��<i��'M  P4#��W�����!W*^����tM* f*��IM*f Jf*1 *H 1  WEDNESDAY , AND THUflSDAY     i  .'*   i,,i   ,',;,.'-,       I.   '    'i        I.,,   ''i      if,       1  ��� "' Y" ^-0Nty l77,"'7,i7:,,,r  'V'n-i ���  [**0J|4 (^Wj^C��^W W/^l%^i*l4S* Mfe-^-^i*^  I    II ' J  a^irt^^etMM^^  , \ I     . I '  1    t ' l�� I I    ' I I   I  FEBRUARY. %, and" 3 '.*'1V'i* ���  '"' k  ,������l, . 4, it 1.1,^ ,1  �� , I'  I      ��      '  I.'.  I ,1.1, .,.  * '-.V  B.VI44  '���' ',,'|'f  ii ' .' 'V'fis.  i     ,    ,,     ,       , . i > 'i  ,    i     '     i�� i<    i ,ii��    ,i   i ���'  . ��� ., . ., i . j ,   ,,,,,,*       |  i  ' i-Vijin,.''''' r*��� ���*! iiv r1-1'*'''.  I   . II .A. '. 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I I',',. i  ,, ,'14  ���>f *l ���|'fMl   !'*/,��   (V1  1    I'     ����� I  .     < II  * ',i"7"��ii',..fJ'i,it}ii>,v,t.i*H,. .'. !'>4��^VlH��*=W**_?  - ���������   ���,���'������  �������������� : ~ ������.SV-*-  *7  _   i Witt, ���   **    �� '--^-'ftfJl 1   * ��� A ** '        '    '^^    JS***"1^���~���"'���" ��� ��� ��� ������   Wednesday, January 26, '1972<fi;��m'^^'MUW Tiflffes .^j-^r^Fage ���:?  .,4.. ..4::.njf..���;��>:..*.,*.���  v'^i   ?7     f     *"  <r-  '' *    v. /  fi ,4-/*     *-"> *- ���  "��nil  i#-��fewh^^  good. There are some^e^ei^^v^o j^  time that counts. It's important. Why not? Today is important. And there are a  whole lot of people who are only interested in tomorrow. The future. Again, why  not-?- Tomorrow is the next step to being bigger, fagftgY-^ff^^ Ttfjpig��lr-ill^  compatible points of view? Not a bit^A^AwLJa Jimng^^ti^L^^^  vitality to Gibsons. *     '        ..      . .������'".  Look at it this way. When you want to stimulate really constructive thinking,  you've got to have a couple of different opinions. And after things get talked  out you usually come up with the best plan. That's what happened here in  Gibsons. Time after time; That's why the test of the past ahcl the present have  made this community such a wonderful place tolive. We've preserved parts nf  pur cherished heritage. We've moved ahead into excitingly new concepts of  business and  industry. Gibsons?   I$'s  the greatest!^ w  ��� ��� , ���4���i. 7���a���i-m n~x *    4   .    . . , ,��� ��� ^ .��,*,��(��� *.,.^.���t��� ��� -   ,~^ t,<       **, 4f ^ '     re7"      'cc '      57^' .     ~-n'     ,  .   *      ^    i7.  ANirmi  'hi'T" i  j -j>  I^^^l,.'     4<l>. ' JI^^* *    ' *   ' <4        J     < I 4     (4  70  ^i*.��i.,-.i-,'1i'i-j��fi^WW.^i**����t^wi,^   a*.,}*���*. Ii  rt"^i��r .Attn* ^"^f rif*-*m9.  **** i*? iMB* **W* WW f*t  I .EASED  . .    I I.   , ,        ,      .   1        ,      I      il*.     .   �������.! ,.a>Li l u  ,^lj���i��ilj ,1 ai ,1 L ti..il l 1     I [.,. 7. [!..   In i    .   i. j    L   ,    .,,,..(  if ">F"['Jkmmsm^m .i^^ppr  OANNOUNCE  .m.iit'JUWi'1'M" Hi1, '   i-i I ,1 Ui'i(.ii"4*>>t�� w�� I Ak*i< Wtfiiiif** ViV'��" i '       '���"'fiB1,'ui<  i|  ','-   ',    i1',   i^i    I >���  i   '       >'i  li      *    i'i   ' '    i 7 . ,,     I    ',   7_> M .'    '   ,   .   11.      U    i      '      ._ '    ,    '  he m^Mm^mkmmm  I , ' ' I   I III I I  I        I I    I    I I     I ,    . fl,    I    I      A      i 4     ���. I,    . ,       I   ,'     I . ,     I     I  ,   U    I, , I . I   , , , . '  I  ' III I II       i 1,1        II >    > fl i   I    I     /.      , 4    ���. k    . >      '   ii    I    t    '        i     ��      , .' , I  , I   , I  HERE IN GIBSONS  , .   . i ' i        U  . 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Advertising  -  - . i* Ml    i  ra!j|f����a*w��������iw^  \'7  "''���"V1   '.-' ������ i.f' -tv '"iML  '    '    ,'   ,   \  I lfW��W��ijMl��WWlllMW'PBW  ���, id ',i '..,'i,.M  iiWWt|N��l||iNwti|i^^  >iwiimwmmmim>>>&^^  ������((��istwi��w#^��rv*  ^4(^ltlfll6|t*l^l4jlli)|l^^T��4B^��Jl^rt*^^ r^*4Ul-^*l9l"B>* ���tf��*VL*1*A!"1>  6M1^^^*|Hpt*M��W���*��  ^JMInJwtW^'iMttudHM MWiWWWWi gJ��i^Wrti'WHiH|l"M����K*i��lWl��1iilnil (%i>l^4*rrt*<tfliitHWri*ii^^U^^I<Mat^ iUVrtHHWUMlHH' I^PWi��r'IN*^��r<ll|rtp>��Wil��W��|i>llWt*ifry<Ci>)p  r  ,   " l"l ,'       Hi", "��� ;. I , ,    II ,      '�� ��� '  '���'".'I     i'.i' '��* "1''.,�� i     i ���ti""��t '   ' i     ,i ; I  1    I I.I. I *        , I       I  I /  V  ill ',  -'i'i/.  ���*i 'v>'1' r<      i    ' 7 ' ,,  V '7 ''*'"���'   '"'   * ' , ''', ,��� ���'' 7     ,,  I  li'l',* li�� ���      ��   '..llj',1'!**"     'I '   I   ,7   '�� '<!  'iwiU^'.- /*."���'''V-1,.v^vi,^*��i"\ /7;,'"7lrv.���..l^a..   ���.''-^"���;-*'��� 'v -,7    "' "   '   '     ' .'"���'������'��� .��  i,',t7;7,.VV"''r7"1  'm.'���,;..������__     ; *.,;*���'���   '.   . -.1 =a��*rr- ���"  ~Funds unavailable ."������ .  on office extension plan  EXTENSION of the Sechelt Village Hall  to include court rooms and other government offices has fallen, by; the way-,  side. Mayor.Ben.JLarig'reported last week  that during discussion with the~*provim^aT  department some weeks ago, indications,  were favorable. Now a letter from ihe  Attorney General's Department states ,no  funds will be available for a move to  new'and larger' quarters, further they  have been informed by the oWner of��� the  building, presently" occupied" by "Judge's  court and others, that more rqom will  be available in the near futun  Mayor Lang said this w<3uld appear  to rule out .previous plans; at the same  time there has been a^ieeling by council  that the present ap?a used as council  chamber is  too  small.  This, is  a  matter-  "fof later discussion.  SNOWTREMQ^AL   ���-=^_,      ,-,7^.-^.-,  Commenting on  the  recent snow and  ��� pi'oblem's'created within the .village, May-  -0i' LaTrg"said that-^tile ho haTrrereive_.  -a number of' complaints regarding inadequate clearing of sidewalks, he feels  it is the'obligation of tenants or property  owners   to  clear  their  own  fronatge.  He  ��� .said a number of elderly people had great  difficulty on Some parts of the street  and���if necessary^ council" should'Tpass  some  kind-of  bylaw  enforcing  clearing.  . Mr. Kayiier warned that enforcement  ol7such a bylaw would prove difficult.  He .suggested   purchase   of   a   salt   sub-.  ��� stwce^n-cjiiaritity^Iofr.hext-yearr:"  BUSINESS  LICENCES  . Issuance of two business licences last  " year without coundl's^fuU approval caug:_  j^_2d=--seme���errrteiTa^rrierit! "On theTufges-".  tion of. the Mayor council moved that in  future no licences be granted for permanent resident business' without approval first by council as a whole.  -REeREATIO'N1   PaW B-6 7^      Tl^T>pWinsuln Tii^cs  -^W^anesdoy, hnuaiy^26ZlSI2^  -New- Deputy- Minister  =eunr  WEDGES - AXES  ���A^E-^tAtmtEsr���  ~~~GAS~C^NS~  CHAIN SAWS   OTECtftt���  Amwmvmm  CASTROL 2 CYCLE OIL  ^��� - ~=*^and=������'-���  CASTROL MOTOR  OIL  ie^StEggt^^Jielt  I  Phone 885-9626  Regarding the proposed recreation  centre at Roberts Greek, Mayor Lang  said he feels council will shortly have to  ake a stand one~-^sy-~oif the otHer^S"  to-its views. He said there might be some  members who are opposed to the project  in which ciSse he hopes they will not  attempt to influence thinking of other  members for any person^  al reasons.  Aid. Watson said that at this time it  Former employee of Canadian Forest  Products at Port Mellon", Mr Leslie  Hempsall, has been named a new  Deputy Minister to Hon. Waldo Skil-  lings, Minister of Industrial Development, Trade and Commerce. While  at Port Mellon some years ago, Mr.  Hempsall held positions as project  engineer, resident engineer and.  production manager. He was* vice-  president of construction and engineering with Eurocan Pulp and  Paper Co. Ltd. at Kitimat prior to  bis prpsfinL_pQaiiloii--Lri-J^ic4tQKia,  l  ,.nn  . FIRST  regular  meeting  of  the  year,   of.  Branch  38,  OAPO Gibsons,   was  held  Monday, January 17 at the Health Cenfre.  Tlie meeting opened with #singing-of ^O  Canada", loUawed   .by   one   minutes   silence   in   memory  of  Mr.   Hurtzhaf,  who  al uue time served as treasurer for Branch.  38. The president extended a hearty*wel7  come   to ��� new   members   and "all   those  present:  "The  annual  reports  of  the  secretary  'and,  treasurer  were  received,   and  from  these   reports,   1971   was_.clearly   a   busy1  -^-iid���I'ewsrding. year.    >  A proposed bus touj^to, Reno in April,  ���..wheife the. desert  is  in  blooms was  discussed.   Any   jntember^ interested   should  make  their  wishes  known-tp���Mr.  Mac-  Laren.  Members   interested "in   jieafihg   aids,  the   address   of   the   Clinic is,   Western  Institute   for   the   IjgaL_ P.O.   Box   705.  -Station A,J^ecflaveTfpftorre -736=739Tr"~  It was decided to combine ways and  means, and entertainment into one com-,  mittee with Mr. Geo. Followes as chairman and Mr. Jim Holt together \#ith ''the  help of all members. Othef committees to  remain the same. x  The monthly raffle was won by Mrs.  Bernhof.   The   meeting   adjourned   with  the singing-of^".The Qtfeen*', followed" by  tea time.w . .  February   meetings   are   social,   Monday' February 7, and the regular, Monday  February 21, 2 pm at the Health Centre,  ���G+bs-wisr" ������    -   ���~* '  ���-n^  /^*~*^  44*_V,  ,i  SUNCOASt ESTATES  .".:._" "REALTY  LTD.  _        ^       ...  We/comes  STAN ANDERSON  to their Soles Staff.  &**" *'*'j^*   '   **-jk'-  STAN brings Youth and Experience with a proven sales  ability to serve your Realty needs.  CALL 885-2241 - Ask for STAN  Does Your Club or Group report its   _Aciivities-Reg-ularly^ta The times?  1 is nut really a matter ipr council. Mayor  Lang agreed but added that he thinks  council should show some interest, "We  will have to vote on It eventually",  saicL���  whiter  ~=RfiWATO  ^ost wlide^oving^fom^DavisPBay  lickerson Rd.. West Sechelt.  'fTO if i-ound7 Piron^ 885-9318i  TwiHght presenWTT. Black Beauty & Friends  ESPECIALLY   for .the   family,   Twilight: track.  Theatre in Gibsons will present "Black        . Coming up soon fqrja special two^da^  ^i4y^iQr-4ou^-<^ys^te^ on^F^bfualry7 2nd     and   3rd,  lay evening "atr8~"p:m. t'eatuftngTrie star ^'Toltlat'V^^Yesl   that"Is "the   one  you've  oK "Olivei'",  Mark  Lester,  as  the young recently seen advertised on your televi-  boy who raises Black Beauty from birth sion. The story of a giant grizzly bear in  "!,.h   strong  friendship  and   understand-���th������high Uintahr-Moufltawts���ir���U-tebr  ing that stays with the horse through the-  -mest-incredible- adventures -ever-tQ-^be-  experienced by a four-legged creature.  TFnenas'  starts  Sunday" eveningTtTrer  moving story of two teenagers, bov and  ".giiTTTyfib break���the-"fcies with���their���nrt-  - lowing his development from a cub to  ���o i ve--&f-=the-4aFgesfr���laRd-dwel'liQg---eai-rri^-  vores in the world. And Leon Ames, a  ang^_^j__^ftga=g��^teen^kis^i^t^fho -has  w i t nessed~liis" growth witTf-admiration  "arrel" ~sttetrtion; 7^-���- ���J="     :   ; :������=���-  caring  relativeT~~a7icr~rnove  into  an  unoccupied cottage  and set  up  housekeep-  _ing  for themselves;  first.'as  fripnrW  <h^n  lovers and finally parents." You may also  be interested in knowing that Elt&n John  -is_4^spansible-4ot���the-.,excellent  sound-  9.  Canadians spend more than $30,000,000  -'-annually   to maintain forest frre" conti-ol"  organizations. Extra costs of" fire figHtirig  -and fire damage excoed thiu amount. ��� ������.���  WMWMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMa  v/#/>  tK  "< "4;  4 4.*-j ?i ><   - ������'  :*��!  t*.  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