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 , JSU*u  ���___^_S3T1  erness proposa  _  REA,Y   in   the   form   of" an- ultimatum.  ":      was  issued  by  Sechelt  Teachers'  As-  ^-^OTialTOrrt-0-^the-SeheGl--Boar-d^-invitation  to wOrk together on an Education Week  Programme. :    ���   '  The   reply,   read   at   last   Thursday's  "="Board=meet-ing- -is.--as"-^otlows:~:cr: __:_:._.:....  "The Executive of the Sechelt Teach-  ��� era' Association met to""discuss' the" request by phone frqjm Mrs.- Labonte asking S.T.A. if it would work with the  Education Committee of .the Board to  discuss plans for Education Week.   Ihe.-S/r,A,-4i>  prepared���to���cc^aperaie-  with the  Board   if  the  Board   will  work .  toward   a   teaching   and   learning   conditions contract.  It  is  the intention of the  S.T.A.  to eYnphasize  the deterioration  in  -  lparningTm-iHilinng in  ilg pnhlirity Hnring  Education   Week."  The   School   Board   in   its   reply   ex-  -r-:p%sse3���regi^e:t=04.3^l���ihe���UroTZbodles "are  not able to co-operate  during  Education  Week. v  .CONTRACT   Commenting     on - the   teaching     and  Learning Conditions Contract, trustee  Bernard Mulligan said that it is -closer  to a working conditions contract, includ-  . ing sueh items -as reducing--the work  load to 20 hours teaching per week with  no routine supervision outside hours of  instruction etc. He said if the Board signed   such  an  agreement  it   may   as  well  Department-passes-^m  we^  hand over its authority  to S.T.A.  -Trustee   Bill   Malcolm   said <. that^.,. -  seem"to"rIav^m6re teachers intere;stedTn  othe politics of B.C.T.F. than in'..teaching.  SALARIES  Commenting ,on7he ceiling set by the  provincial   government- on   teachers'   sal-  _.. ai'y increases, trustee.Malcolm pointed out  that the line has to be drawn somewhere.  ���Trustee Mulligan commented that once  the Vancouver teachers' salary increase  had been settled at- 8.9 per cent, local  negotiations   virtually   ceased.   The . pro-  bofvrhg the Sunshine Coast,7Howe Sound to Jervis Inlet), including Port A^ellon, Hopkins Landing, Granthams Landing, Gibsons, Roberts Cr&e'k,    /  Wilson.Creek, Selma Park, Sechelt, Halfmoon Bay, Sec/et Cove, Pender Harbour, Madeira Park, K|eindale, Irvine's Landing, Earl Cove, Egmorit  LARGEST CIRCULATION OF ANY7PAPER ON tite SOUTHERN SUNSH<N�� COAST.  Union   <33>��   Label  This Issue 14 Pages ���>- T2c  Volume 9, No   12 ���WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 16, 1972  "vinciaT governnient placed" a 6i5~"p"eF7cerir  increase .ceiling on teachers salaries for  1972; after, going lo arbitration, local  teachers were given a 7.6 per cent increase.   Trustee   Agnes   Labonte   pointed  -out���that���teaehersl   salaries   range���from  over open ditch hazard  -DEPARTMENT oC Highways District  Engineer told the School. Board that  no funds are available*to eliminate the  bpeh-ditch riazarcT which forces pedestrians to use Highway 101 as a "footpath  on a-particularly narrow stretch:of road-  way   fronting    .Elphinstone   School,   ThP  $8,000' to $20,000, and that an across-the-board increase4s��iio. good. ,...   ... -__ .7;7  ---However���it-was felt-that the legislation proposed this year and Which has  received a first reading in the House, is  not workable. The proposed legislation  states that "any salary agreement awarded by' negotiation or by arbitration that  provides for an increase in salary and  bonus in excess of a-percentum amount  prescribed���by the regulations shall not  be final and binding upon the board. or  the teachers affected by the negotiation  or arbitration, unless the-board has ob-  obtained the assent of the owner-electors,  in the manner prescribed by the regulations, for the payment of the excess."  ^ustcc���M-u-Htgan���q^mmerrte^psfe"t   ,  everyone  should have  the  riglxtTto  qpl-T^  that  the" estimated  cost..  lective bargainTng^iJcrt' ;he*^agreeg7^that  in this case, the tax:payer-is the^eniployer  EHjd should have the right to^vote on the  excess^ expenditure. Trustee Agnes Lar  bonte stated that toeT-prop^Ked���iegisia  tion puts Hhe hoard in a bad position  because it c^n^ot budget until the referendum  i  ield7  .,   The-^feoai'd agreed to write the"'lnih-'    .._..      '������������_ __--_- t  isfef of education pointing out that the     FeW OppOSgU  engineer  states  St $7,000.    -;���-;  ....���.~Hn,fo^^ is ulTsatisfactory and  students   and   within   blocks   is   Qib^efts     not   workable.   The   Bo^roNjilsorecom-  Elementary School with an. enrollpient of    mends province^wide^bargaimrT  500 students which  makes  the  situation  extremely hazardous. ��� IMPAOi  In reply to a letter from  the School  Board, the Hon. Isabel Dawson said she  ...had..contacted-.Hon W..D.Black,   Minister of Highways. This was followed by  a second letter from-Mrs. Dawsnn stating  tnat   the   Dent,   of   Highways   does   not  in   front   of   private   or  Check electors list  PROPERTY   owners   are-reminded���that-  if their names are not on .the List of  - .Electors, they may apply to the secretary  - of the 'Sunshine Coast Regional  District  or   the   village   clerks   in   Gibsons   and  7]SeclTeIt7"~d^perrdin-g ^Sf��le��^their_Jar^d__i&-  situated, for a certificate whjch w'll en-  title them to "vote* in the forthcoming  reierendum.  Certificates  may   be  procured   at  any  time during office  hours,  up until  ppll-  ing day.  . ..���_.,.���...:7 7 __...   dollars  The half million dollars Recreation  "Centre Money" Ky^law"wTll"be"presented"  to the public on Saturday, February 26th,  but advance polls will be held at"Gibsons  Village Offipe and the Regional District  Office at Davis Bay on Thursday,' February 24th between the hours of 9 a.m.  and. 5 p.m.  Information is being released weekly  by the Recreation Committee and public  meetings have been held in Roberts  Creek, Halfmoon Bay, Sechelt and Pender  Harbour. Further meetings are, scheduled  for Gibsons and Pender Harbour.  Shooting insulators  FINES  of  $250   each   have" been   levied  on three men found guilty of shooting  insulators on a B.C^Hydm powerline-neaiT-  Prince Rupert    '"���"" In addition. "tfte^meh"," all  residenf^^if,"  the   Dept,  install . culverts  commercial properties. However the Dept.  has noted the Board's concern and will  look into the problem, but perhaps the  Board should contact the Village of Gibsons.  tKe~T5cTISo1,''Boa'rd; "MrsT  Shiela. Kitson observed that this open  ditch"is not in front, of private or com-  rhercial properly and it is not the responsibility of the village. Also the "road is  very narrow at that point and there is  no-shoulder.  The impact of any salary increases  the school board's operating budget was-  made evident in figures presented which  ' shbweoV that  salaries    including     fringe  benefits amount to-81.89 per cent of the 7  operating   budget7 leaving  a  mere   18.11  per   cent   for   all   other   operating   expenses.  .   The breakdown in salaries  is  as fol-'  lows: Administration staff $46,556; Teachers  $1,225,280;    School    clerical  $44,500;.  Janitors   $147,500;   ground   crew  $16,465;  tH4eflafiee^fli^eiwisoi,"'$^^Q7-^'am1;i  nance crew $46,210.  Fringe benefits: Medical insurance  $7,500; superannuation . $26,000;. Unemployment insurance $6,300; Group' life  $2,200; Teachers' Disability Continuance  Pian.$3,500.,  -.i-ffth.^p-yi..---^  ri^>erai.iing:  L^l^rMiiifHk^^^^  ^naw^Honored ..Queen-Donna. Mandela  ^e^bgen-ordei^ed-JaoL-to-  carry  firearms  tor  a  period  of  own  or  -two- years^and. to,,rmake,restitution, of,  kau,   Bethel No.  28 Job's  Daughters     $475 to cover "cost of repairs to the line,  invited  the  public  to  attend a very Three   insulators   were  damaged  and  ~ -        - ....      -jrwl    Jnl.TT-  revealed  support  lovely ceremony at Roberts Greek on    a number,  Bfling. Picture3^m4eft7^ggg  are Junior Princess Beverly Roberts; "Power  phouse and a nearby trailer.  interruptions   can   have���seri-  TTnnarpd Ouppn Dnnna- RpfirinP Hon-     ous-xpnsequencesA-said D. J. McLennan,  inn    "Luckily   we   were   able   to... make..  ored Queen Lynn Bredy and Senior  REAL^NG that it will be a long time  before ^Pender Harbour can support  a recreatiorNi^entre, with ice-rink, many  people express&isupport for the proposed  ar6a project at the^public meeting held  in Madeira Park School last week. -  -Roughly: forty   peopuK: attended   the  Chairman Dr. ^Eric Paetkau canned ^de--.  tails of the. centre. His presentation" was  that for $1.25 per month paid by property  owners, the community  would  have  an^.  intinuance     added   feature,   somewhere   to   go   with  ...,,, - 4K,.:;,v.?^-the Ijami^y^ He  explained   that  the   115  the students' council in the high school  had agreed that the recreation centre is  a good thing even before the committee  talked to them. He said that the children  will benefit and someone had to pay for  us and now. it is our turn to help others.  On.. the  subjeeL ..of���transportation,   it  .never stuck for transportation to games,  in fact there were usually too many cars  available-and-'it was felt that it would-be  the same with, the recreation centre.  Princess Cheryl McEwan."  MAY DAY  All interested��in continuance of the  Sechelt May Day celebrations are urged  to attend a public meeting scheduled for  2 p.m. Thursday7February 17th in Trail'  iay-^Sehoel7^Sechelt..��A4; the-^reseirt ^ti'me  there is a possibility that the.event could  be dropped.   ' **"'���.  repairs to these lines before: any customers suffered a loss of power. But I  often wonder if these vandals ever stop  to think.of the people who are inconvenienced when' a power line is shot out."  B.C. Hydro has a standing reward of  up to $250 for information leading to���the _-.  positive identifipaJui,9n,rQ^lRe^sQps.wM��*jliyT^^^���-,  damaging insulators, powerlines , and  other  equipment.   '     ���"'���   " ���  -^&M^fi��r_^as_^^      over  to "the ^'^dj&flpg-   Expenses:    Xdrnmisti-a-tio"!!     ac>e;'site>t. Roberts'Creek is the- popula  Planning  Committer^dropTe^of  the    $28,758; Instruction    $77^2uT���Operating     ^��^HU!^^a?c^7^f?g-^^. were oimigni up oy mi  three-letters will be sent to the Village    $84,720; Maintenance $47,695; Transporta-    -with the^aid of Ifce $18,000 federal gov- JL1C ^Sfcupp'oi^^f-Aeu^fci^lub-  ofrGibsonsTr^--^������-,,' * ��� ��� ���   ���           b      hon-*-$95'59C���A"ii^ilTrrV-^YVlL'e^~$lfr210 emmtml^rtmt-aAdrwainiiclt^e^^ 'p�� '^\\l"  ��� '   7'   ��� ':      v ���'������-'-'���  . ���'���         ���         r   llon  *J��>5Jb' ���Aw^nary-^VlTOSn.ib.^o.       .           k        .bridges   ovei.   the "creSk, whiclt operatqs in close proxuruty to the  t, b ... ,...���   ,.���.ii..���   slle    j.je   p0int,ed -out  -OPERATION  ^h'e^ tiuest'ibh' pf loll telephone charges  between Pender Harbour -.and Sechelt  were brbugh/. up by Mi. JWm~I>irly., whu  io    n    -*ii,<i\rttt ciinnni'lnc nf '.hn��_S!lrUA:(iMiih-  Open season ���-  �����-.�����  .' .   ..."  . ���!������     �� ���:'>:,�� ���-  Sechelt  ��,".l, v,.. ,. -j,  r (executive  ':h7C  WALKATHON  ing of- scenic uridge  trails and picnic sites. So'that people can  become acquainted, with their newly acquired property which , was obtained - at  no cost, a giant community picnic is  planned for February 20th.  , .���  The centre will include a-skating rink,  .Donald Krook of West Sechelt was found ��� auditorium^ concession booth and, will.bo  guilty of two charges involving common for the use and* enjoyment of people of  assault ugainst t\yo West Sechelt resid- all ages. People, especially young people  ents, 'Andrew 7 MacKinnon ���'. and ;Clint'7"have'7a":lbt4'of,ftin^^  Bootl),  Commont assault charges  followed Gonfroniafidri  APPEARING before Judge Charles Mit-  telsteadt last Wedne7sday February 9th,  recreation   cehtre  .tha't toll charges have cost, him as much  ,as ,,$2.50 to ,$4 , pej7.^nonth. just, to irnalie  arrangeihehts for" skiing,: '' ���    .   ���;."!:;' . .'  He feel�� that Penderxjlarbour should  get some' support in the forftvof resolu-  tibns?  and  meetings  to .get'.one  calling     ^ good fultu-efoiv the coming "term.  jjrotests  FIRST executive meeting of the Sechelt  and  Districts Chamber, of Commerce  was held last Wednesday, February "9/lh7  Two members were missing but an efficient and constructive meeting indicated  etion  pr  Openi House, Day at the site of the     ���   ^barges arose as the result of a light  roposea " recreation'." centre"' at' Roberts    W%*' home of MacKinnon during which  McKinnon and Booth-Were struck by  Krook,. He was given, a ��� six, month suspended sentence on eaclv count,  '������" TMoariwliile, MacKinnon" is held in  "custody awaiting trlarfollowihgiiis'm'rost  about   two   weeks   ago,   when  he, was  Creek will start with a Walka,thon from  Sechelt and Gibsons, fender Harbour  participants will' also start, from "Sechelt.  7AU7agcs7are ;welcofiT[Q. Complete details  of the event aro publicised inside this  peek's Times.'    '       ;        '*'���.'  ACCIMnTS"'"''''' "" ���""" "W?'B",W-'"  ..An.:au|.o_ driven .by-.i'JDQnnls.'Ruymond  ' area W  pbono   say   that   $150,000   is   too   much  (,,money,l,said���,Mr,,.,Daly.. w,ho., added, that,  could "also be used for Scout jamborees    one *���n   heren|ie .soy ,  an^^such''l"functtonsrwAiTangemerits':''vrIll*-^��'^'',M��v Daly .also ,asked"^if :4hc��� Recrea-,.,  be made with the schools for usq of the     tion Committee had approached the Ski  facilities. " ^^ ^�� take-it-Qyer., The ski club has  ���     ��� approached   'the  government, tov-t help-  QUERIES    "- --'s with t}te access road but has"'"r��cerved:  It����was--oxplalned-��that��,the4f ta.\,Klovy.^  would be a" maximum'of ,3 .mills  and/      pr,  puetkau  repjied    that  anything  An   important  issue  brought   up   for  consideration  was  the  proposal by  the  ��� Department'-op. Fisheriesvtohpermit :cpm-  ipercial fishing In the ^ulf for herring  out that many immature salmon will be  taken ,witha. the ...hen,mg,._^J*.hJ^Copy^-of.^  ''t'he'^et't'e^t"6"*bT,'^ent to IocJJil"vSlP Paul  St. Pierre. Also to otber Chambers seek-  4ng support. ,            ,,.... ,_'.,  PARKING ,,,      ., ',,������,.-,., ' v^,ir^ ���:���,,,  Matter of the growing auto  parking  problem within the, village was also dis-  ;Cussed,;('It7was!:pointed'out7that7alre^dy:..  a problem is developing and-council lias,  This, will be the first major onslaught    so faVf failed to take any7decislve action  _:���>.��� mfio ...u���- -"i4*:���u! .'.������ ���^_a    toremedy the situation^ with a vie^v, to;  the future, ,   ,:t,  Mr. Bill Swain,, former village ;Tnayoiy~  said it has Jpng-been planned to provide  J,-"f)fti,ldhg down the one side* ofjlnloti.  -���toyimio&fmtiw,  charged with indecent assault against-a--- possibly much; jess if the whole dlstrk/^. which splits the community Is. bad and  malo person. ' i"'    ' "   ' app^byos1 tho mon^ through.  since* 1968 when*such ,fishing, was closed  ,f6r conservation measures.  Vice president George Flay explained'  that while some of the, companies will  ibehofit ii'om the herring haul; sport and  ��commcrcial*4ishing��'Of����8alm  seriously affected due to depletion of tho  herring! Many commercial salmon fisher  ^MBii-^^.^i*alj,Mv,.*  , per  - .John.-.  entered ah unsuccessful plea of not guil  \y, to a charge of impaired driving, Of-    v*"-0-  fence ocqurrcd lasl, December 22pd, Bond        BMr, Archie Walker, who ls a very dev  John Gamble overturned near Halfmoon  Bay about 2 a.m. of last Sunday morning,  No Injuries and no charges laid. Another  ,.,,..  "HUto' ucclclent .near, Trout Lake, reported "was, checked by aii^RCM^, pHtror'whoii���}..  at lhe same hour, sant tho occupurits'rtor.secn.torbo driving in ah erratic-manner.".:  hospital for troHtment. Thpy wor6 Brian    Ho yiipoared in court lust FrlcU-y, Feb  ami Toddy Hlgglnson of (Secholt. ru.a.ry, lllh.  ,7 Marsiral|l;Ro^^aqkRori^opkin^;I' chtirgc   of failure' to  ing, was charged' Avitli hit' ond'ruii' attoF* liikQ tlih breul.halyi.'oi' lest was "dropped  Rtrlklng two-vehicles i at ,t,ho Wakefield ,. but  ho  was ,fined  $300  und  suspended  , Inn. He Jlatov drpvo, into'a.ditch at Selma    for, driving  for   30  da*/s  for  impaired  Anon Bond.of the 9echolt...aroa,~--WilL-Jje-~n-V��ilablfi���Qnce,..Jhe...pr.ojoct   fc_  m unsucgessful plea of not guil-    underwny.  This  is  based  on  a  20-year  -JIucilitloR.-adjoln-the-RecreatioivrCcnti'o lhont officers"!havo.^'icaici strong dis-  site which makes a nice complex with approval of tho new measures which, It is  golfing, skating and skiing in closo pvox- understood, will allow some, 1110,000 Urns  imity, ' i !7������ ......of herring to bo-taken, Most of it will  ! <  otc?ctcoini^unity7workor:in;:Madbii*a P whuro herring  i^fpU^thal-.^  -,   efll by cenlralislng Veoroalion in one big    Paetkau referred to'the questionnaire,,sent,        .Chamber n.cmbors"��iapprgvC(l a motion  Park.  77S |.  ,., drlylng.  eonlro,  Also  tho  travelling   time  would  be too great especially forchlMlren,  "Oho paront objociod'to  the 'Jtocroa-'  t|on   Comipltlco   going   Into, the, schools  to bribe-tlie students io gpt thejh' parents  to vote"'y,es,.!% Dr,:Paetkau.explained that  out by mull, The..returns favoured skating but equipment for'.'the.planned.future  curling rink will bo''1 installed whorMho'  first ph unci of lho centre is built,  that, u letter be forwarded to Fisheries'  Minister, Hun. .Jack Duvis roistering u  protest: al his cloclHlon ��� to 'permit the  herring fishing by solnurs. Also, pointing  Sechej[f Dist group  Teachers Assn. statement  fifes  1 j   K;  ���     '    '     'ii  ;  l'1        '*  1     '  I, (0.  Mt t|  *.  ���i*^il>��*��*)KWy^S  1  -h  '    ' 'i  ��.-.  ,i ,i.j.  , .....I,,..,  ��*  ...  t ptar.it.-mtifl k^4*��A  reaction  .^TATIOMISNT,Issiuid lasl, week.by.Sud*PlL...n'>Louter, Into co.\l.ruvursy  with.6.T.A.,,.  1' Toiuihei'H1 J/Vssoulatlon Iuih  boon, hotly    but, no tonchorH are allowed lo Inspect or  "dlspul6(l  by members^ of lho public, In   visit schools and thoy, cortulnly have nol,  lho lui'in of loUiphona'cnllii lo the Times    had permission froth Iho hounl to lnspool  ol'l'k'if und lit a lotU'i' to tho oillthr, Also  by Ponder Biilionl- 'IVhsteoMiv HIU- Mnl-  colm^Distiict-SuperldtendcnV Mr,'H.'Hnn-  na iuul .Principal, uf i*uinlor llurliour So-  coinlnry. (School Mr, Alan Thompson,  I'  Ponder IlurbcMU' Hohool, Ho said that, Iho  sliitenuml does rol'leci, on the principal  >��irt'd he doen-npl-think that.-Mi'rTluimpsoii  should be Mubjuut'ul, by hupllcallon to''  tho si'iiu'ostlnn 11ml ho Is nmnlug a poor  school, Tho Dlntrh.'l Suporliitondunl said  foi' ,. ��� .      .,���.,..,..,...  ��This-would��provide*an''area��'almost*'to  the waterfront tujd could cater to a sub-,  stantial number of vehicles, Uniortunately  was7hcvcr-cflri'led through. ��� . J. '  It was suggested that while such  parking, might ease, tho situation temporarily, council should long ago hayo ac-      c(L|lred land when still rda^Honubly'lJii'lccil  fpr f u tu re;,parking ��� use,, It was '��� thorefore  ..nioycd.a.4eltor.gO'toTCounoll,clrawh)gill��e"'   sluiutlon to lls.��llonlJion and .asking'that  tho urea (lowi'i Inlet 'Avenue bo complctvd ���  '  for, niolor.. vehicle parking,.' ,. ., .   , -.       ,-, ,��  'MAY DAY   '        ������'���������      ���      _������;  May-Day was another Issue up,for ells-,  cimslon and 11 was slated that, unless .an',  , nrganli-aUon or group can be found to  undertake the annual event, ll could fall'  1 through,.. Ono,.. meinbor    suggested- that' fft  porluii'H  tho  Chamlier "couUl-'-n'ndoRaku  ' lho project, possibly In co-opdnUlon with' '"  anolher body, However, 11 was oxpluhicd  thai some of tho Chamber memborsaro   also inomlioiisjof-Cho -Uoiffl iilub which  ��� haH"cVroppo(|  out  this  your,  Others  nru  away and unavailable- IbiOsweh work at '  -that.-llme i'ui'lhort,ll -U-ifijl-tho typo - of -... -:.,  undorlnl'lng a Cluupbur beuoines Involved .  wllh, , , i  At tl.c\tfT|'goMllon,of Mr. Swain, It  wiih moved a loiter go to Council asking  lhat ll continue the May Day cclobVullohs,  4.-.��..,. i  ,.,-.ou(t niuvlliti, Mi. Maktlm mild  hal the      ���, ,,,    , 1()| ,   0rf����livoly run,     ���  .uStalomeul which vohuh "too lew tonchorH       , ���������;,   -, ,-  i;ni  Pender llarbour Secondary School to  Hain-Mho--nchoo|*,'ofi1pctlVQl^,V'ifi'"'dlroct'-To��<--  ' flection   on   the   huIiooI'h' operation, > lie.  i:aamj'*ondoii,Hai,buuL,..HehooLhns1t,hoJowcHt��.  I'pUpll - leachor ratio In tho province;'lho  1 school Is run well And llio students who*  , [graduate are doing well In university. Mr;  77Maleolnivlold tho Tlinoli thai lho nIuUih.1  ntent Imiued by. llio Heche It, Toui'lioni Ah-  ^ifoeTHtion~'rni��^ir"poiiirenntnTtnio^iw  RESURRECTIOW  ���eofnmi?ntlnK~nn-*-1ho"rn(lvoi,tlT*tn'R'l'*l'n"!''���  sorted In last wieuk's Issue of the Tlmen  .by-lho-SouhqlLJroachQrsLAssoiJlatlon.JMi',-.  Hanna said he would like "to point, but  thai ho did nol moot an untimely demise''  Jn lDilli'and assured the hourd"thai" tho  Adnll, Kdueallon Progranmio, under hlii  dlradluh in also (|id|u honllhy,        ,  "Aii-sTiiuicHpnniunnirimrA^mrTid:  Ad-Briels  Ihewaiy  to action!  In Today's Classiliotl:-  HAI..U1UT, gear,   li-15  spool   gurdlcs,   1    '^jnntT^nmdniWor^^^  ��ll��vcn"thnt*nnn,n"t<,nchci^��nrr!^borc(hwhh���"^'?aUon,'Pro(]^Brnmo"lnfr  teiiohlng and are inoni interested In poll-    Pcnidor, Harbour und Mr. piim JJawllu-     ]  tics,, '''���.' helmor of Qlbnons, '  To ��� prove  liln ��� point' Mr," flaium ��� has  wUh SIcvIipIU'.IVbvIwi'h' AHmJulHUoiWhUAP.'\mv*��������.<'!����������>����' to;��ny l"aohw.<wer no-  that ll Is studyingidnadequacU in'edu-. !<> ��)l.1 his or .her athletic .ability nK��lust  pnllnnul fucllllIOH.'   " -��-���������-  . SmHh  TChasqd by       , DiHlrlot Super  P Tlmos CloMlllodi rooeh ovor, 2.1500 homos'* '  ���    (10,000 roci<lor��*(.>^ ' .i ,.',. 7.��� ,v,v,  .1  fl.,Tlma.Clas��lt'Jbd(�� ao^lNTp 'ha hom��'v ,���'������> ��-  not on, l<.wn��, BtroaU or In culvorts. .,.,-.  ��� Tlmp�� Classifieds aro low-cost, hloh-potoncy,   7  "salos'tonlcB.-"-"-*"-.'"' p������-,^���.������J**���r-f-.���-f����  communlcd*.tUut,tia���4),u^Luiiji>ttcU>r.,lvv4-��wl^,��r.tt^  6lb*brti'.",'JV'"M  '**����* *4t<M>W4MM^^tMI����M)iMli(4IL AttttWplMWiMi  m <^mnBi>n>��inf iw*w'*wt**m  ... r  ,'p,,ir/��i',,,i',7,. i",,i,   ���, ; i    ,"���,   '  'il.,',   ,'!>��;,   l"<.,ii��4,r*"un,,^*''inf1V  'i'i '   '." '���' 'M'V>Hry^'|.i;. j'Ai/nn  i,'*.., *,..,       .1. \,' I   ,   ir ^  w  J,.,l ���,.������, ll  ,i',i "'��.> ,.(iy�� p.,  i*w*!(.i''l*'.,.  iff  :f*0MJ**** vr  '7  . &*���*-  Page A-2 ...">    The Peninsula TirheB        Wednesday/February 16, 1972 ���     Nowptoiit gT.OUp  >lj�� immimj^t*  i i     1 liim   .ii'iii   Ji.   1   *~��i  * ���fj_^ftflf3tiftM'*h*k?k&ft��_fi__f_fi��ii\fifaXiWi^^  ^^^~^^r~ ���-��� ���"^���r~J 3���-~~���������*~ ~~" o���____WB���"' .^ ' ' ' ���' ���  The Peninsula TAfc^eA. <   __���������___������    a-  DITORlAL  '7 may be Wrong, but. I shall no) be so wrong as to fail to say what I believe to be right. '  ., " 4 . ' ���John Atkins  Stbwart B. Ai.soard, Publisher Douglas G. Wiiti llr, Editor  Fili^sQciety IduflcJies  top film series  ~I'llrtiittv��F"S��piwak-Tl*rotesi��-  SECOND   series   m   four   films   has   been  booked    for. Jlh.v   Kwahtahmoss   Film  Society. We endeavour to show only films  which ar<\ wor.li, seoiiig more than once.  "3*7        "  if  DO RING  the  past  lew yours the Sunshine   Coast   has   grown,  developed  and prospered, and indications are th'at  this will' be a continuing process.-In fact,  ~iF~wiTr TTndoubleaiy 7icceleTaTe~coirriilCT=���  ably within the next decade.  The desirability of the area is becom-.  ing known far and wide, consequently,  more and more_ people of varying age '  groups are -rtovin^mtb^th���--comniuhity7."  This, in turn, has resulted in new businesses becoming established and many  existing   concerns   expanding   with   the  ....district. ..... ...., _..,. ...__,...,^, !;;:._ ..,.,,.-..,.,,  It is therefore very clear that the opportunities exist for those prepared, to  accept the challenge iind grow with the  area. Most of our established merchants  are sufficiently progressive "to appreciate  . the fact that in a bustling society it is  essctial to branch out or get lost in the  shuffle. This basically is why some prosper, some remain unprofitably static and  others fold up.  It is now a little better than eight  years since existing conditions and increasing  demand   for   satisfactory  news  e-Penr-  ��� proved insurmountable.   Indeed,  despite  the crack-pots^ and perpetual squeakers, .  Qiir,continued expansion has kept up re-  ., markably well. Latest move, of,course,   -has-b^en establishment,of a two-man office in Gibsons. This too has been great- ���  ly appreciated by various organizations  which previously experienced little or no  coverage du^-to-��ui^4rnTrted���mafrpowerv-  7 .. .7��[4edless--to���say the���local���protestor  had to get in his two-bits worth but we  accept  such  ludicrous  comment  in  the  -v^in it -was-obviously intended, one great  ,joke^Ji-is,.difficult-to-comprehend the  petty and limited. outlook which condemns the expense of Two full time news-  men^lus office rental and other overheads in order to provide an improved  public service. It could be the person's  heart bled for the financial burden involved for he surely must be a most  progressive and bustling - businessman  himself with a sound knowledge of  economics. Then again, perhaps there  are ulteriqr motives involved? Certainly, he has not protested establishment of  ;i   publication���o��_ .sorts:   in   the   Pender  f>evprat'roT(jur' members had previously  seen   CIRCUS   (Charlie   Chaplin)   and  OTHKLLO, but wor" pleased to see them  again. $ome members paid $5.Oft.but were"  only ablet io see two or three of the"fttms.,  They, still   consider   that   they   got   their  money's worth7Tfnhey-saw_lhree-4ilms7  it cost them slightly more than $1.66 per  show,  if  two  ther  $2!50 -per  show,   still  not extraordinarily expensive. Most films  in Vancouver cost at least $2.25, and we ...      .        , .  ���lll��lEowihT-on��tendihg motto Juctiires-^^L8^  ^hinh   n   u-ynlihoiv-nnp   wn.MH   nther7    mance as _ loneiynDhHady-oirTrt^dafc  il comes.      ���  '��� " '     ���'"  The film may, however, have been  withdrawn I'roin circulation in which  case,   the   award-winning   German   short  TTTT7T, Die FTslole, will, be "shown. TraiT  de.-.pairing comment op-, man's inability  t(j   disarm   and   live   in   harmony   is   in  'animated, cartoon   form.  The second ������feature "to be shown March  5, is The Whisperers with DamelcSfh  Evans.' Previously seen in small parts in  Tom Jones and The JNun's~STbfy~"among  other films, Dams Edith Evans is seen  here as :the star of her own vehicle, not  just an excellent supporting actress. She  '���.-'".  W..  V-  STILL THE BEST PLACE TO INVEST   '  '.:i your savings:,  RM1IY1  \      4,^  SONSHINrtOAST  Owned and operated. by the members-residents  ,     of the Sunshine Coast!  ������    ..���     -,/���-   ���������-.  1  YEAR TERM DEPOSIT WILL RETURN YOU  ^^^PERrANNtJM ?���r^^   insula Times. Substantial outlay was ob--  viously involved but faith in the area  prevailed, support of the merchants and  other advertisers made possible publica-  j^froirrrnriTrble-  Tion of a newsy ps  beginnings the community has helped  produce an- extremely popular weekly  newspaper with a circulation probably  over double that of its nearest competi-  -Har-beur   area.   Or;   again,   possibly   he-  wise have the opportunity of seeing.  Most   of  our   fifty   members"  saw   all  four films--at a baigain price of $1,25 pec-  -showl2lIheLsecoJid_a'ile^..of���films will be  an   even   greater   bargain:   firstly,   films  will   be   screened   every   second   Sunday  (rather    than    every    Sunday)    enabling  more, of our members to attend'all films;  secondly,   outstanding   short    films  -will-  supplement feature^ at no extra cost; and  thirdly,   memhers   are   invited   to   bring  their  children  to  the" family   special  on  Easjer Sunday, April  2, A Night at the-  Opera   with   the   Marx   brothers,   at   no  extra charge.  '.'The first'" film in the series, a'll to be  shown at the Twilight Theatre commencing at 2:00 p.m., is the outstanding RuS-  "TiarTTTfiTiTTTon1 QtiiyofCTfarring'G. KoZlTP"  TnipwttTi-her illusions. ThlTTilmis produced by 'Brian Forbes whose- previous  Successes Seanjce On a Wet Afternoon ~  and Whistle Down-^he7"Wtnd7"but~ther--  maln credits go to the veteran actress who  proves to b,e equally as great a film star  as she is a stage star, which means truly  superb.  je third'film, to be shown March 19,  facbelTr with   Maurice    Evans    ancT"  HOURS 'BUSINESS OFFICE'���  Tuesday to^a2t��d^y______77i(Vxmr4-4ti%e^ ��� 7���-Phene-  .'"  Se^helF  9 a.m.-4 p.m.  Judith Anderson, and the final feature  will be the family special, A Night at  the Opera on April 2, Outstanding short  films will be "shown- with-all features.-  Membership will remain at $5.00 for the  series, but there will be a special rate  of $3.50 for students and old age pensioners. As the films Don Quixote and Macbeth are to be shown for High Schoo1  "EngTilir'classesT^^ may have  CANADIAN  RADIO-TELEVISION  COMMISSION  The Canadian Radio-Television Commission will, hold a Public Rearing at the  Empress Hotel, Victoria. B.C. commencing"on Tuesday. March 14.T972 at 9:30 a.m. to  consider.     ' ������#*..  -AMEN.DMENT7EO CATV UCEJSCF, APPL1EAT1QN ���  I _  SECHELT,   B.C. (7104284)  Northwest Communications Limited,  1230���56th St..  Delta.  Application for authority to amend it.s cable television broacasting undertaking licence  for Sechelt, B.C.   roaaarecepTioh Of KCTS^TV,"Seattle, Wash. CBUT Vancouver. BtC, CHQM-  FM, CBUF-FM, CBU-FM Vancouver, B.C;, CFMI-FM. New Westminster, B.C.  . and local origination on Channel 10;  to delete CBUT-1 Courtenay* B.C.: :'  to make cfismjieLcfinyfiraionsT-and-- ��� ��� *"*"      ~       T    ~~  ' '   to criange the locations of the three authorized antenna locations.  Examination  of the  appplication:   Office of Coast Cabfe Visiou,  Wharf  Ruad,  Sechelt, B.C.  PROCEDURE OF HEARING  Tjme Limit '..-,'���  Following the publication of this notice, application camnot be amended or additional  informah'eft^Hed--by-app4iGant4i'��� ^ '?  * __   Examination of Documents  Applications are available for perusal during regular office hours at the Office of the  Commission, 100 Metcalfe Street, Room 1607. Ottawa, Qnt. or in the area to fop wv<>H  V  t  . t....  feels we should have monopolies on the  Sunshine Coast with just one of every  type of" business, providing they all bend  to his^lype-pf^pftilosophy;  We can only point out once more;  The" Sunshine (Coast faces a great'future  and as long as the need exists, facilities  of  the  Peninsula  Times. will  continue  tsev   who   was  Hamlet   in   the   Russian  film of the play. This will be shown February 20. The EisiensJein^idassierThe^Ba^  -ileshipuTEoiemki^bTas^also been requested  a membership at $2.50 for the other two  films.   Cheques   should   he   marie  to  the  Kwahtahmoss   Film   Society   and  _ mailed..to General Delivery, Gibsons. Any  for  this  date frdrrT the -Soviet���Embassy���fm-ther4nformatiqiv-may-^fr-obtained by.  and will be shown with the other "feature   -telephoning 886-7156.  Sechelt group . . .  tor.  -Sucgess7ha^_nnt he.en pasy for along     its   faith   in~ 0S"~anrJ  the way there have been many and varied tribulations but none, thus far, have  to expand. The public has made-clear  e assure*  faith both in the public and the com'  munitxjis__a_who!k-  Opportunities For What?  TOGETHER   with   a  massive   pile   of    tional Defence. In this case, it was known  literature      outlining   the   Trudeau    precisely  where  the money  was  going  igpTTiTm-T-nTTrptti^^ Anyone who: has  headingJ "opportunities for .youth"  comes a letter from our representative  in Ottawa -Mr. Paulr St. Pierre adding  his commendation to this colossal outrage.  Pointing to the fact that some errors  active  with fund raising objects  '7 FEBRUARY meeting of Sechelt Auxiliary  visited  training centres  for cadets "and-  reservists will be aware that at least the  funds are well spent.  On the whole, however, we doubt  very much whether many gainfully employed taxpayers will jump for joy at the  to St. Mary's -Hospital opened with  Mrs. Fave Lewis, president in the.chair.  The  Auxiliary  prayer  was  followed  by  -the���mmtrtes���ef���the-4ast-4��ee4iiigT-Mo  for the extended care unit was well spent  on   games   and   goods  for   making   such  . things as baskets etc.  Mrs. Dorothy McCallum reported, the  bridge games were .going well and  turned in $66.  unteer meeting.  _ A delightful letter was-received-rrom  our latest bursary recipient, uMiss Angela Willis) in training to be a Physio-  apist.   Passed  her exams  and  is  well  at the address_giygnJii--tr44s-itoticer~Ret'erence must be made to the copy of the applica-  ^toator^hilt^  :���'���"""���:���" "������  -Njituut-of Interventions  Interventions in respect to applications, listed, in "this notice must beTftteci irr  with the Secretary, CRTC, 100 Metcalfe St., Ottawa, Ont. K1A 0N2 and served by  registered mail on die applicant on or before February 28, 1972. Copy of the postal  receipt must be attached to the notice filed with the Secretary.  The new CRTC Rules of Procedure govern parties to proceedings. Copies are  available from Information Canada or the Secretary of the Commission.  RTC-4-2-2-72   V"  ���"  : ������: s :   Monique Cpupal,  Acting Secretary  ������"^Trh7lTt''"TTavF^  ���Gsa,,M*  the course of the scheme, St. Pierre  states "Most of the O'FY programs in  Coast Chllcotin were excellent in my  opinion". "*'  The member for Coast Chilcotin en  then has a short memory, is a true Trudeau idealist, or has little respect for  -the^���msntati-ty���qf��� his���constituents.......PL  taxes are scattered like so much confetti.  Then, if that is not enough to turn  the stomach, we have another little dem-  -onstratiori of carefree extravagence; $1.2  million for youth hostels and we all know  of that exercise last year. These will provide low cost accommodation and infor-  lightecrryuclr gnmiy distributed to indf*-  viduals and groups on the Sunshine Coast  alone we know of none that went to  anyone other than hippies, draft dodgers  from across the line or other such types.  The Sunshine Coast'was by no means  alone, extensive protest from thq news  media as a. whole made abundantly clear  that fact. There might well have becjn  isolated instance's on the Sunshine Coast  ���"   whereby such grunts  while use, as indeed Iherc might be elsc-  ,  \yherc   in  the   province,   However, Sj.,  Pierre most ccrhiinly<,has his facts some-  ���'what  twisted  and  musl  surely  be extremely brash lo expect the public to  be sufficiently giillibic to Swallow tlie"  -������snme*treatment"tl.c* second-time" aroundr   -Some of the characters--who helped  tidministprvihis-Norryprtjjcctr last year  resembled hippies and had the astounding'gall to introduce themselves as representatives of., the State .Department.  The situation could he even worse this  time from what we hnyo ajready learn-  ��� ed, When an individual with a recent  -mat-ion���ser-wees���tor���travelling���ytmt-lh���^tltJrrattotis-a-  Mrs. Ada Dawe and Mrs. Peggy Connor  are preparing a new booklet to inform  new members of what the Auxiliaries  do. It is now ready to^go^6 press.  The donation jar thStr^Ks at the Liquor  Store in Sechelt gave up $10.05. This is  generally referred to as the Liquor Store  bottle resulting a little confusioh. Its  new name is the donation jar. Last year  on 'her next phase of training.  - President Mrs. Faye. Lewis represented us at the Sechelt Legion installation  where they presented her a cheque for  $200 for the Auxiliary. Very kind of  them. '     . " .  d~>bor��-eQna��.i-tt4e ,, ,,,, Dates���w-gEe-set. .for, the���^ear-^-A-nmKiJ-  Your Recreation Centre  Luncheon will be June 22nd, the smorgasbord Nov. 18th and there will be a bake  sale March 30th.  Tea was served ,at the end- of the  meeting, by Mrs. Margaret Humm and  committee in the absence of Mrs. Sheila  Zoltewho is undergoing surgery.  Which leads to yet another bonanza-  Si.7 million for youth travel? This brilliantly  contrived   project   is  to  enable  young people from different regions.  Should our young travellers be going from west to east, or visa-versa, then  they can avail themselves of yet another  golden egg. "Summer Language Training"!'Under the 1972 program this gov-  ernment will*provide up1'to'$2; 16Q;000r7"giff^^^  ���t3rr8r*Nit;e3awori!  for one small jar. Sunshine convenor Mrs.  Mary Redman sent out six cards to sick  members. " ���    .  Volunteer chairman, Mrs. Maureen  Hall was pleased to tell us that volunteers from our Auxiliary served the gift  shop every Wednesday plus substituting  for.others who. couldn't make it due. to .  the snow,  Council- provided $500 to start off the  ���      fN i   * ���������-\ti���A SFECTttr-PtEft"-"���*��~~-,.���������-~.  TO THOSE PLANNING TO VOTE "NO".  1) Those who say rhe faxes will be too much;        .  The average (tax increase will be about $15.00 per year. Most can  ��� afford it���that's four cents a day. b  Most retired people whose Homeowner Grants cover their entire  tax bill, will continue to pay only their one dollar per year. The new  > r  '   'i  for some 3,500 post-secondary students  to improve their knowledge of English  bud  vases which have gone very well,  Halfmoon" Bay   Auxiliary    rnernb&r.s  or French and become familiar with Jhc Mrs; Frahces'Cooke and Mrs.' Nora' M,c-  culturo associated with the language they   'Donald have made some excellent covers  arc studying    �� ' an" 0C,uPl "Sores; A cart has been or  dj^ed���but^9ljreqelved..asf yot.  Injured Teeth Need Immediate Treatment  ACCIDENTS in cars,.organised athletiqs  and-in playgrounds- are t}ie mdst common causes of injuries'to children's teeth.  Disfigurement and loss of teeth can  quickly shaiter a child's mental self-  image, because of the importance'of the  mouth  in personality development,   Accidental tooth injuries, among chih  rireiV*make lip�� one of thei 'most ''perplex-''���  ing problem.1? confronting the dentist.  Besides the visual diagnosing and .treat-,  '"merit"of the ''injury,''the dentist must also  relieve the shock, fears and apprehensions of both his young patient and the  parents.  Wc-arc si.rc-nTany-of-our-ftcniorci^- ~^eFpTTr^eod'fop" si^otai *iilB for        More than'half of the fractures of  izens-who put all'theirearly-capital-into  building up-the country would welcome  a free holiday once in a while.,,As it  stands,  tho .pittance  our1 elected  task*  masters chose  to hand-out  is scarcely  enough to keep them clothed and fed,  Many   ol" the   responsible   working  nive"extended*���cafe* rt1uh1C''eitKer**to "train"  , the patients.to-do things with their hands  or train volunteers so fthey |r. turn may  teach the RflUents.  The hairdressers have been kept busy  ��� lately which ls good for If thoy- are not  they may ,loso Interest, Members aro reminded to attend tho volunteers, annual  teeth in dhUcUiood accident's'do'not result hi exposure of the central pulp of  the {"ooilv" rBul where"'n:ie:*'pulp is exposed, lt.is vital that, the dentist protect  this sensitive organ from further damage  or Infection, 7    In all cases of Injury to tooth','parontfl  should, got their child to tho dentist as  jmeowner-GrQ nt-inereose-wi H-ms ke^ti-je^n-easier���fpr_the^^  citizens.  2) Those who say the distance is too great:  -'Most people-are-fio-fartheraway fhan^dither people-in-other conri-  . munities. Bussing will be tried) and'if economically feasible will  ���be continued. Improved roads shorten travel time; car pools work  ���elsewhere. If there's a will there's a way. What a pleasant weekly *  family outing! ���        ���*���      '  f,: i:3 )''TWbse;; w Ko ;leerit js" f or: the  Not so, it's for all ages. From rocking horse to rocking chair. This  ��� is a Recreatioh Centre*and Park for a|l-^-not* a hocke,y factory.   -  4) Those who move here to get away from this sort of thing:  That is not a good enough reason to K'eepjfo^j^ here  from having such a Centre, "~r  MMKWArftffrM   ���  n  \  J|^���i4*^1i''i,,lfai\,*,nJ����M.'SiJ*��|l|.l*��HliMrt��K^��4,(  police  record,   versed   in   the  smoking �� subsidi/.ed vacation once in a while.  of pot, Rmldcnly_��|>pci'r.s t��fi i\ "reprcsen- Unfortunately, name of the game is '|��p-  , .   ,tiilivo7oTT7T]ie4lState7Dcpn^ ,   ....,'    ,  Homethlnj* smells, Probably a priijie e*,- ,    Despite its costly yoto-buying enn>  ample of political patronage somewhere pnign, we' would strongly doubt lhat ab-  tilongll-e line---bill who aro wp to know? Illly.of this present federal, regime to re-  Thls year In the golden age of 1972, gain office, Should i,t, by,some strange  Mr, Trudeau will undoubtedly purchase chance, do so, then one can buUpondor  ..,_ for h,im,H.e|l7nnd, his,gang another4 batch ll��e type���p|',gOYurnmcnt.pui���in, by, some  of sure voles, for lilt, contribution tills of lllt-s groups It is presently cntoringjo^.  year has been  tipped  to  $34 Jlijllion, ^ ���'������: '"       "'"T"  lunltle   lor Yo   I  project. Ihe princely 1m(l,l(i)( tlK1 S(?vUn [mol flfi0     . ..Tpur���  sum of Tbrlfi million has been budgeted |nK the Soviet1 Union Is oaslor Su n nover  ptiblie who pay taxes into the -National'   geherai meoUn> aTrn^ Feb^  iq         oop hs'posS, Bu? �� tho pSj  Give-away^ wouid-probiibly; appreciate    St7Hllda's cAh Hall^Sectelt.    ^     W$sk thf paints iSSlS  '  Mrs.  Marg   Morgan,  member  of  tho    efforts to spood the child to tho dpMlsl.  Hospiial Board, reported the Auxiliaries Whon you phono your donllst for an  have agreed ,to fjlvo tho lvbspHal-$10,00077^ what hap-  to pay for equipment needed, pen'ed and what appears to lie tho dam-  Volunteer director Mrs--AmymBfyant ~a^o7Ho^    Is retiring for personal reasons as director    and  tell  you  how  to "keep  tho wound  so a now,ono^'will,bo picked'tit tho vol-    clean fpr the': time hblng7     'v '  sum  or what Is referred, to. as a ..."Multi-do-.  partmenl progrnni'7,tb -encourage crea-���;  live and useful student summer employment, and aeiivllk*;,.  Secretary of Statu Gerard .Pclletlcr,  it.dreamer of.the fhst.0rder,.gllbly4Hlatej'��.  "We \yaill Noting people to find' a personal satislaction In the project's they  Initiate im well- un real tmdcrstaiid|i)g of  ,vuiu��t-lJitt.^<��nviuiHihyitietuiii'^iivi"hrwihcy*-  ...uHn.TOniributc.tp.lt'V   It must be admitted that tlwre are,  ^BOOcNftpecirto^oine-o^lho-pehoiiittHrov^  en though few and far between. As on  -PJUUlipJeLJiei^LYes^Hnd^cHdcturulnlng-  .programs under tlie Doparlnicnt of Nn��  The PRNiNSULA^fie��,  Piibiy-cil WciIacsdnyH at Sccliclt  ~t:m n.crsiipsiiiaf const '���"*���  buforo.f  mxpMiFrtr  __W-_m_t~*.____m-.___.  by  fo^cirRtvcr NowslWnCr/cr  ���. �����   Secholt Times hu\.  Pox^lOi-fJcchelt, n,C.  A SPECIALTY  WITH^US^  n WftM  STONES  flNE-^IFTS  i  CHOCdt^TfS  ���    ,   '       Rnl)NcrlptlonPntPf��?(ln.-ndvftnc9)      ���   -  ^Miii��*iM��r*iMwii^  ''",',"/" .'' ' ,f tfwttm r�� WtyMm ron>titti1(mioMmoht *  >��^in��M^ #W^��w��i��ikw jb  NO-CORD*  CLOCKS  S"  TO  ��4m^mw��)rI><  PENDER HARBOUR  liiM^Mf't^^^fraW^  m#dm>  COVE & EGMONT  For your Rqal  Estate ���  and Insurance require"  ments contact  MR. JOHN BREEN  at Wb-fflk  ^hm^m^OiM  Mr, Broon has ha^l ox*  tensive  experience "In  Real   Estqto   and   In*  sides   In   tho   Pender  Hqrbour Arqo,  %  nuiwiSMuu-  atesjs  =35=  ana  AGENCIES LTD.  "M'4i>^Mi*m*tto?jfyt)jiyffiV  5) Those who are satisfied with themselves, their surroundings and the  %t?���jobHrhey*''have"d9rt^^^^^   .Brqvql-^rbut these:qre the samis,rpeop|e,.���.whQ,vQlso.dp,not���.serve',on,,7  Boards, CouncJJs/Xb.ambers,--'FIre- Brigades,- nor do they help With'  ~r soccer^servlce clubs or auxiliaries. These, are the people who Keep  a good comnounify from becoming a great|cornrriMnlty.    ,. ,���,  6) Those who are always finding foulf witlr''the yo^^  ���   today": \  ' (        1   v.- -���  ���-���' - ������ ��� -,��� - ���  Here Is your chance to do ���something lor t'hem, ���. " ��� ,  ,7) Thwe^who.,say^lt's,a luxury";^  1 ^ ^jj  y  h  i,i.i��i.��1 ,| i>'  ,.,-��'     ��� '.. . .1 " 7'",! -     ,       ., .       ���,��� y.    " �� .'"v1    '<['^r','>7   -   ,'   'V , '  .'    I,'   <(|l'.1   , ', ', ,   ���'��� ������.     ,  - ��,     -*���  , ;     . ,  ���'        '",',   ��� ;   ''    ,,   .-   1 ,m',.       .  '��� ' ! , nt ,. . '      .      ��� ">1 pi   .       7  ' ,'v.i", iv" ;���'"��  ;i 1.  f' 'M71 ���' ;, n''"'  I*.     I       ���~��41S,l����L��.^444nw.   .1        I   |.,4||}>H1,     ,,���,,,,,�����,,..",-" pA.^4^,.'   ...   ,     , I   I    l,4.l'l��,.-r....I,H       >l ,. .4 1*1        . *      \ ���       <      ,   I, , * 'I.   ,.,-��, 4��lrt      ,     ��    , ,       -     >���      ,      , | ft'       ffl ' ,|l I , ,1 Jj ', (' | ^ ,, |,  flni  At about four cents a day that's a luxury we should allow ourselves,  18).,Jlfeoso who say it is too soon;  We rm^^forr'Splrietlme, It will neyer��bb cheaper, The area hqs   '  qnough people to support It. . ,=   ,.^, ,      v. ,  ,...,..,.��,   9) Those who would only support It If 1$ wore going to bo built in  ^^.^GIbsons<(.or.3,echelt,.or��Halfmoon��Bay,76r,��Pondoiv-~but-not'in*anyv����.  other area: ' "  Those are the shortsighted onesrWQhqve centralized land at ho  .   ,cost to anyohorvalue $150,000,00.- It Is Impossible to satisfy every-  ���  onerArYe4mustaiHf'Comprorr-|se4aflltt|el*Hdra4|a'''Q''chQnce:''f(>r everyone to help everyone*else to recreation and enjoyrhent, At 29c a  week let's not pass It up,  J0)JThb>o>hb>^^  ,  All will.surelyylslt; lhe'.Centre'-T-and If pnly oncoa mqnth, look',:.,  at the bargain yoy gotl        ���   *    ���,-'     , ,    ,   '      >  rU)_TI*Q80~wlio^ay'M  That's for the, privileged few only, This Community Recreation  ,    Centre will be for the entire community supported by the entire  community, "  <��laijF^4��atf*ai W����H* | up  I  12) Thoso^that object to tho Regional Board controlling it:  Yo^Q|ecr(.hQ��Board^  vehicle for Implementing your wishes, A separate Recreation Commission will be responsible- for the operation of the" Centre, Yoji  may have bad qn unhappy e?cpor|ence with the Board in the past,  JPMfiS* QCLU^Uil q LS tqn d ��in.tho���woy of .this really wort hwhfleprolect."  13) Tho��owhoharo decided to TOti^-Ho WO��rlBam!nf*airfhTforctff  Please don t���yov may be doing,yourself qnd yoqr community a  real dlsservco. BE A COMMUNITY BUILDER ,,"�������  ''-  >''i  ���'  'y      ���  '.'    '*   '," i,1   "'i'i '���''��      A',"'1 i'i'"1 '  "i"''   i'1"1 i"vv.'i  NEXT WMK- ^RT^M -FIN AW.-THE BARGAIN OF  ,  .:������;,   "*   >w  "���  7 THE DECADE  '    ;,   ������ , ,-������        :}< ,.  te,jP^V��M<iW(^  i T*.w>ji��w,-'   '  ���,', -1"  ^SW  ��II  "!'.   I  l��*t*(>4wtW��*fi*H*#^  i  .'iV,!.!*  i lii ,  '��������� t' ' >  %l,,|,  ,.,' , ~^v_  .'Vg,-  \ Y      '���>    ,  ������.���;- ,i^f>%y<&.4tsa  Wednesaqy; February 1 fr, 1972 -     The Peniftsuld Times        * Pdge-Aa  Local artist exhibits, in Sechelp.Art ^aJJejy^���  * MRS.   Olive   Clear,' well-known. on  -the *As Jo WaYne i^ no longer doing woyk  _    itechelt Peninsula   has a show .of. her i+v-Wa^i^^wtrtiti.^^ pleased "  o77 paintings  to  be   in   the   Art   Gallery     lo-repei't ��� a ...special -sale-ef--seme'..."of-- her  Shop_in ^Firett for 3wo weekslaegirtnihg     children's pictures in this medium,  the   I6lhoof   February. ^They   are   land-      x   Tyrone  ��� Josepjx ' a   talented     carver.  scapes and seascapes pafntod in England     from   'the ������ Sfliiamish -band;-  now   Uvinff"  where   she   studied    -under     l/ly:  Owen     here  and  a   student   at -Elphinstone,. has  ,   HiiwVn, whose vwoi'ks are to ho  t'o^nrt in .  brought  in _hOf_�� uLhis work which was,  " inaiiy   Rritish "galleries.      ������ ���-'      ' So eagerly admired some time ago. This  Mrs.   Clear  has   twice   had. her work     young man  has talent   with a good idea  '    hung at  the  annual  show  of  the  Royal 7^.i]'_'J3t^YumiKw44* ^  Academy and has paintings of hers in the     work will he of interest to many.  galleries'of   Birmingham   and   Liverpool.  . ���.���j���   None  of.',, the  oils  are ��� for  sale, ^ but   the      *   The   Victoria .and   Esquima't     Tele-  -���gallery y -pleased- to^raA^i^wo-fcharmiTi-g- - phone-Company was formed in 1880, with  ���small w'atercolors of hers for sale. Robert Burns,, McMicking as manager.   .  .---���Participation-  ^t'may prove to-be premature but  one day.it will be required, and that  is a name for^ the proposed Recrea-   lion Ceulie. Elementary School stu-  derrts-ar-e^participating���in a eon  which will reslilt/in a $10 prize for  the student whose suggestion is selected by the Recreation Centre Committee. Helping to ''"promote/the corn  ^ test, Mrs. Joanne McNevin visited  schools last  week  and   is  pictured  ACCOUNTANTS  RALPH C. DUCKWORTH  here  with   Madeira  Park  students: CHARTERED"ACCOUNTANT  Dianna Iverson, Ricky Merkel, Kel-.   _ :   ,        ......4.  lyJ^omsoi^-Aptbtt^-Jansen, Andy -, -Te,ePhone: 885"9515.  Peters and Bobbi Reid. SECHELT, B.C.  Telephone: 886-2912  GIBSONS, B.C.  ' t  Legisnmve  Gommmrt  W.  Philip Gordon  "CHARTERED ACCOU NTANT  Tel:   Bus.  886-2714,  Res. 886-7567  Harris Block, Gibsons, B.C.  READY-MIX CONCRETE AND   BUIldJWG-SUPPLIES  Your One Stop Building Store  For All Your Building Needs  GIBSONS BUILDING SUPPLIES LTD.  1653 Seaview - Phone 886-2642  TWIN CREEK BUILDING SUPPLIES     DJAL_  Gibsons 886-2291 - Sechelt 885-2288  WHEN YOU NEED BUILDING SUPPLIES  ���4���bv Pot McGeer, MLA  ���MUMP  l   f  41  I  THE HEADLINE in one of the, metropolitan newspapers' quoted Attorney-  General Peterson as saying he was "helpless on sniff". This disturbed quite a  -f-ewMEA's, including myself, who wished  that the Attorney-General could have  developed the same kind of zeal that he  ART SUPPLIES  Telephone 886-2069  ROSE & ART ENTERPRISES  had previously displayed in going after  J.oj>,ifi.ssJan��er,3Jn7Kan��ouser.  Pottery, Supplies, classes & firing  dealer for Duncan's Ceramic product*  Pine Rd. & Grandview Ave.  P.O. Box 62, Gibson*, B.C.  Dudley Little (Social Sredit���Skeena)  "drew the. attention of .the Mouse to the  ardie"i, all.aiuuud,lite, ceifo  lative Building, which are held up by topless sculptured maidens. He wondered if  the Attorney-General was going to do  something about those. Like other Members, he wanted the Attorney-General to  take some definite1 actios- to discourage  the practice of solvent^sniffing.  The state produced by inhaling sqlv-  ife-arid-^c^lcme ��� is very  TOTO-SERVICF  ���m, MM��rj1..*i.i,^q��,  like drunkenness. The only trouble is  that the solvents cause damage* to the.  brain, liver, kidneys and blood.  ��� It seems tragically stupid that minors  are prevented by law from drinking alcohol but are legally free to inhale the  J��H,hj?j3^ t are, '  SECHELT HOME SERVICE  Atlas Parts - Good Year Tires  885-2812 or 885-9979  <UT6M6TiVE UNDERCOATING  ���SHEAM^CLEANING      .  GIVE US A GALL..   ��.  FREE ESTIMATES   '  Free Estimates :-��� Fast Service  G & W DRYWALL  Drywall acoustic,and textured ceilings.  Now servings Gibsons areg\and the'Peninsula.  ERNtre.WIDMAN   -.  " forSrihyoTir  SSO PRODlkTS  IMPERIAL ESSO DEALER  Phone 883-2663  Madeira Parley B.C.  For- Your Fuel Suppliei  DANNY WHEELER  your  IMPERIAL ESSO AGENT  886-9663 --Hopkins Landing  Phone 884,5315  Box 166, Port Mellon, B.C.  CABINET MAKERS  OCEANSIDE FURN ITU RE &  '<!.*'v ii  found in glue, nail palish' remover, paint  thinners, etc.  I suggested the .Attorney-General correct this by bringing in a- very simple  amendment to the Liquor Act which  would make it an offence for a minor  to-be drunk on solvents as well as liquor.  Much inore impdrtant, of course, is  to develop for our children a proper erln-  COMPLETE CAR GLEAN-UP  -   SIMONIZING  Esslemont Equipment1 Services  ���-   Phone 886,2784  ^u4>g0X, 43^-^Gtbs@n3;" B.C."'������;  CABINET SHOP *  HARDWOOD SPECIALISTS  FINE CUSTOM FURNITURE"  KITCHEN AND BATHROOM CABINETS  Our Cabinet Units Are All Prefiinshed Before  Installation.  R. BIRKIN ��� Beach Ave., Roberts Creek; B.C.  Phone 886-2551  FURNACES  OIL FURNACES, STOVES AND HEATERS  GIBSONS MARINE  SERVICES LYD-   Complete  automotive ond  marine repairs  ond  parts; welding; sales; boat hauling; OMC and  Chrysler Marine dealership.  886-7411   ���   Gibsons   ���   Box 397  CLAYTON WELDING & MARINE  Marine Ways to 42'  7    Bofiror?r~rtepati"s ~   ~      "  ~  ROOEIWG AMD-JPJLQORlBlfi_-  ALL TYPES OF ROOFING APPLIED  AND-REPAIREEr         ,        All Work Guaranteed  Complete Home Renovations and Repairs  J   GOASTLfNE-SERYIGES   Phone 885-2021  Box 798  Sechelt, B.C.  -��-���r-���-883^2535  Box 7 - Garden Bay/B.C.  NURSERY  ALL MAKES CLEANED AND REPAIRED  All Work Guaranteed  COASTLINE SERVICES  =^Pb:one-885-2021   Box-798-  Sectielr, B.C.  PARKINSON'S HEATING LTD.  GIBSONS  ^ESSQ OIL FURNACES "7 .'.  -   No down payment - Bank interest  Ten years to Day  For free estimate���Call 886-2728   mm  CHIMNEY CLEANING   CHIMNEY CLEANING     :.'  No Mess Vacuum Cleaning  OIL STOVES, FURNACES, AND HEATERS  CLEANED'AND REPAIRED 7  BANKS  71  eational program reparding  thP riAnganc-  ����� pf these solvents as well as better recreational programs so there will be fewer  temptations to use them. Restrictions on  the sale of solvents, in those circumstances  where it is obvious' that  they" will be"   used   for   sniffing   purposes   have   been  successfully   introduced   in   many   areas,    Guaranteed Repairs  and could be applied ,ytd, JB,C��� .  ROYAL BANK OF CANADA  SECHELT BRANCH���Phone 885-2201  GIBSONS BRANCH���Phone 886-2201  .HOURS:  "SetheltrT'aes^ThOTs~1^Trri7=9 p.m.  .   Fri. 10 a.m.-6 p.m.; Sat. IO a.m.-3 p.m.  Gibsons: Mon.-Thurs. 10 a.m.-3 p.m.  Fri. 10 d.m.-6��p.m.  APPLIANCE REPAIRS  I,!;  I."  ���..   .'  '1..V  . GLAD TIDINGS  JTABBRNAOIB  Sundays 10;00 a.m.; 7:00 p.m.  Wednesday Bible Study 7:30 p.m.  PASTOR NANCY DYKES  ' Govyer Point Road  .Fast Service  :���,,. ..WASHERS - DRYERS - RANGES   RADIO - TELEVISION - STEREO  TRAIL BAY ENTERPRISES  Nickorson Rbacl, Box 578, Sechelt-885-9318  Carry Jn/fcarry out service on small appliances,  "toasters, irons, 'frypans, portable heaters; hair'*  . ',  dryers, rpix masters, vacuums etc. ���  I  ''   I   11   I       I"! I   I 7      I        I '    'I  All Work Guaranteed  COASTLINE SERVICES  Complete Home Renovations and Repairs  Phone 885-2021  Box 798        ������ y_ t Sechelt, B.C.  CONTRACTORS  Complete lijrje of appliances  MACK'S NURSERY - Roberts Creek  Landscaping - ShVubs - Fruit Trees - Fertilizer  Berry Plants - Bedding Plants - Peat Moss  Fully LicensedPestjrJde-fiprav4ng-foi  ���^ng^cap^rig and Trees  -Sunshine-Coast-Hwy. - Ph, 886-2684  CALL STAN HILSTAD  7 " about-your' ;���  T?0~oTTRIT  Phone 886-2923  -Xjower.'PQJnt. Rood-  SEWING MACHINES  UNSHINE  -Berninq^St ^OrnegG  Sales/Parts, Service  FREE HOME DEMONSTRATION  FRANK E.^ DECKER, PPTOMETMST  Bal Block - Gibsons      _   Every Wednesday-  -HAf RDRESSERS   ���  ANN'S COIFFURES  in the Bal eJoqk  Next to the Co-op Store  Gibsons  886-2322  x&ssf=sm  ll    ���    ���     a.'��BI   n ���    ������. I  rRucKiNfci:  :    ITD. .  Fill; Cement-Gravel, Drain Rock, etc,  B6��''B9|''iModel(PC'RoAi-^'*;!i^:  Phono 883-2274  L & H SWANSON If D.  RBADY-M.IX-. CONCRETE-  Sand and-Gravel- Backhoe?  , Ditching |- Excavations  ' OFFICE 11N BENNER BLOCK    '  885-9666, Box 172, Sechelt, B.C.  MDnifWbvVi'Wiff  pBNDEiryimBooK  FULL GOSPEL  TABERNACLE      ;  SUNDAY SCHOOL AND BIBLE 'CLASS  9i45A.M.  CHURCH.SERT||Qejpl,|!pO A.^,  77.��Z.-Pfl>l'or...RoY.iiya1tori.:A  BLASTING  TaMtROLLED BPiSTING  ALL WORK INSURED  ��"F*'fc��iiTl7T'",i7~n;.T-'lT.Tl  FR"EE"~ESTIWATI:S  FRED poNtEY���  Pender, Harbour - 883-2403  WATER SURVEY SERVICES  For Expert  ''FRtrBTIMAT^  HI4-.I _ *-,_* tul i Im 11> if I ��� f I In -  SUNSHINE COAST  QOSPEL CHURCH  ���   , (Undenominational)  Sunday School ��� IOjOO a.m.  Church Sorvleo ��� 11)15 n.m,  Eyanina Sorylca 7i30 p.m.  '    PASTOR "RE^S^CASSELLS^-  Payli P<(ysRod��l and Arbutui  <w��w(2'Maiiki^up<|rom��Hlphw��y)*>H.  ~'TPh1one~885-2304~LTC;; Emerson  If No Answer Leave Message at  . .   883-2763 or 886,7377 ,'  R.R. 1, Sechelt, B.C.  BRICKLAYING  PHONE 885-9550  RON'S CONTRACTING  '" Clearing - Excavations'-' Road Building  Grading - Fill - Road Giavol-Crushed Rock  Phone: Sechelt 885-9550  886-2248  PLUIWBIWG AWD-HEATIWG  OIL FURNACES7 STOVES & HEATERS  -  '     CLEANED AND REPAIRED  ALL MAKES  ���        vAILWork Guciranteer) ���, ���,,, . ���  REPAIRS ANP-SERVtCE ON ALL MAKES~  Mrs. Mono Havies - 885^9740  SPORTING GOODS  a-IEFiSTBOATS^      ~  & ACCESSORIES LTD.  Fishing Supplies - Boats new and  \ Used 7. . Large & Small  885r9832   7   ^  Sechei!  ^BSSsmmmtm  SURVEYORS  SECHELT BEAUTY SALON  Dianne Allen, Proprietor  Expert Hair Styling  Cowrie St., ^    * Phone  "-SeeheltT-BrC,       7 885-2818-  HEATING & SHEET METAL  ���    -- | j', '    -   ' i  -y --���;���        ' ���"''    "  - ' ���'���  ^i^lJ^RN^S^STOM  All makes Vacuumed, Cleaned and Repaired  All Work Guaranteed  COASTLINE SERVICES  Box 798 Sechelt, BiC.  free fopjain^ - 'Selective Logging  PETE DUBOIS  Teleph,oiie'r'883-24l7:  ^���RfX'"'Mpduelra Park7"B.C.  HALL SHEET METAL      ���  Domestic - Commercial������- Industrial  Telephone 885-9606  Bbx"164f Secholt, BX.  COASTLINE. SERVICES  Phone 885-2021  Box 798  _^        Sechelt, |:C.  .'    '     '   ��� *     "     '  ���"��� .''"'''   ������  - 4   SEASIDE PLUMBING  Gibsons  Plumbing - Pipefittjjng - Steamfitting  _- HQt_WaterJdeating^JEipe.Laggino u__.  . ���..        FREE ESTIMATES      7^���-  Phone 886-7017 or 886-2848  ^.Repairs.- Alterdtibns---New'lnsta|latlonsi  >* w rf -fat.��>>!r-m**&W***<x!it  W^m,"��* ���W-i^Sf'*^"*  OIL FIRED WARM AIR HEATING  lED-WATER-HE  towh-^ 10 Yea i  Light Plumbing  0|k�����IRED V^ATER-HEATERS  "���^'"Rothlng Dowh-^ 10 Years To Pay'  Roy Blanche  883-2401   -  Madeira Park  883-2778  LAURIE'S PLUMBING &  HEATING  t>   LTD.,.   ���   .  Goyt, Certified P|umbe^;���--,,,. 24 HPMr Service.,  Phone 886-2406   ^  gei^ef^l;^  I   |MlM.lllil li.i^i.l..... II IIIIII1.   II I !.l Mil ���         |i.....M.' ,^  PENINSULA PLUMBING LTD.  Sales and Service ��� 885-9533     -  Everything", for the  Do-It-Yourselfer!  Also Palnj^and.:'Heating3upplies��� .   JFjjse_ Estimates.... ft.,..,tr 1.,..._ .  -Pont- Mellon to-Pender-    -  .,,, JacK.MarshQ'll,     Jack, Macleod  ROY & WAGENAAR  B.C- Land Surveyors  Marine Building - Porpoise Bay  Sechelt, B.C.  885-2332 or ZEnith 6430  TIRES -7  COASTAL TIRES  Sunshine Coast Highway  Box 13, Gibsons, B.C. - Phone 886-2700  .   SALES AND SERVICE  AU Brands Available  rMohdg>^to^SbturdayJ:3Q a.m. to5.30.Pjtv  ������l't*'l��*��f*|lS!l**lf*.SliWHj:|h,kiJ ..*^���flllj*t*j.,r I  Friday eveningby '6pp0intrrient only7  TOWINQ  ;'":" " ~s=^s  Scows ��� Logs  SECHELT TOWING & SALVAGE  LTD.'" ��� V  Heavy Equipment'Moving & Log Towing  ,,..,;���,���., ,,,,i���Li,HIGGS,*.,7.,;l! ..:.,, ,..7... ,  ..v       Phone 885-9425  TRANSFER  886-9628  .,,**-���" r ���;'''  ,A-~  885-2831  RENTALS  IRONWORKS  r.^r',t...n��i-  y  Tho United Church of Canada  9 im*nit*#n*tito *���* f  , St, John's Unltod Church * Pav|i Day  Sunday Services * ��|30 oim,  1   Roboitt Creek United1  ~" Sunday Sorvlces" 2:30' p.m.- -"  Glbions Unltod Church  Sunday Servltos-. 11115 a.m.  f.or��jM��llon UnM  iday Sery  lT^y3��TsT7!3rjrrrV  (2nd and 4th Sundays)  Ministry  Roy, Jim Williamson '��< Gibsons ,�� 886-2333  -       A. SIMPKiNS  Bwr5l7^n>o<liplt B.C.  Phono 885-2132  BUILDERS  COR ZUIDEMA  :*��� For- All Your r Renovations, Repairs  ii_*j  and Cabinet-Work.  Phono 803-2135  t-*r*q"'*f^*'''t'w<''  DISPOSAL SERVICES  sunshine coast disposal  services ltd;  ' 'PORT MELLON to OLE'S COVE *     ���  Tel; 806.2938 or 005-9973  Call Us For YoMr Disposal Needs.  '   When Rohoyatlna Or Spring' Cloanlno:   ������m        Contalriorfl'AVdllablo'r'" "' *;  tM4ul-,-��,.r^i-.i<*.ee.*..,i.i-<.->..t<.^ii^^w".^&,,i^  ELECTRICIANS  i i'ti  i    M t  jvwj'jiww  i*wij;, '<  rrrc  ****li��#^��i4iw*��i*Jf  PLY-CONE PEYELOPME^NTS 8,  HOUSING CORP. LTD.  iujM.,,,1 ...; i        -.,... SunshlnoCoast,and Islands .,,���, ���,  ^TT: " 'f^^^--C0NYENT1ONAb^QPUI^rVANPuPREfiAB^          _J���^^WQ.HQVfl.Ajr,hou8QndJdQps^^������^^  4 , Our Prices Aro Competitive  > Phono Vancouver 6B2-364X ,  Writs Poxta7ovSochrtf,P.01.M  TRICON DEVELOPMENTS LTD.  ^HNo^iwfityTT^^  Buy iq Pack'ooo ond ��rect It yourself,1 or (jot  ,uw��,.,..���4.'.��������6ur'professional,help., t.',-,,,(  GARDEN PAY, Bio.,. Phont Ey��V,' piwia  w Lovy co^-;HlQh powsr, ����'  if-Yot-KBuslrmss ��� (Eartl -'^ -'"i' ���.; ���'-'  Baptist Church Sorvlcos  BETHEL BAPTIST CHURCH  * Mermaid and, Trail. Secholt  Sunday School I0;00a.m.  Tv^orrungworMpTTTla aTftir^  CALVARY BAPTIST CHURCH  Park Rd., Gibsons     ,' ,  paitor, Robert Alloby ,    7.  A";vyAWW^OME AWAITS'  ACTON ELECTRIC LTD.  Residential - Industrial and Marine Wiring  Electric Heat - Lino WorK  Phono 886-7244  ��� - t i ����� i       >              ;,  ���  RcBidentlol 7 Commorclal - Industrial  SIM ELECTRIC LTD.   '���''"*' Gov't-^cftlf|ed,AE{oet;f|<3lons--4-U  Phona Day orEvo. 88Sr2062    -  JIM McKEN^IE i*  ���*-~Ro3ldentlalrVy'lrlngrar4?d*-(MaJpr  Appliance Ropalrs'  ' PHONB 885^9978 7  Box 387, Secholt, B.C.  ���     7 '  i ) ,i  .mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm  *9y %m RrlUt����#��4m����i#*ititow��w}����^*��*s��>^^  PENINSULA ORNAMENTAL  IRON WORKS  WROUGHT IRON RAILINGS',     -  ... . AND MISCELLANEOUS .ORNAMENTAL  ���    IRONWORK.:/,,,: 7'"1   7"  ' ' Phono 886-7029 A 886P7056v886-7220  FREE ESTIMATES  MNITOB SERVICE  ���iHi'i  P.  "We Iqomeno^hotPoorsh I rra-eoasr  HOWE SOUND  JANITOR SERVICE  . Speclallstsln Cloanlno - Floor Waxlna .,  Spray Bufflna - Window Cleaning  ���   RUG SHAMPOOING'  Phono 886-7131 - Gibsons, B.C. ���  JOHNSON'S  ���UlLDING MAINTENANCI  Sp05la||��;|no In! 1,        .  i  Tfa7��rTTW?mi^mrorloT^  , Rug (.leaning. Alltypes of Building   '  Maintenance, floor Installation,  Window Cleaning,  PHONE 005-971S AFTER -t P.M.  7^. C. Rentals  Tools and Equipment  Phone 883-2585  Garden Bay, B.C.  "* :t\T"RENT:IT7'AT"7,;, :y ��� v.;-,'   -;''tHE:'RENTAL;SHOP''''''   ���  at PavhDay  ^-:-"Wo"Rentor'SQlj|Alm9qt..fiYorythlng" '  TyptiwrTtors - Ulghtlng Plants - Toloylslona  Roto Tlllors -"Cement'Mlxera - Lawn Rakos  PHONE 805-2848 ~ 24 HbDR'SERYICE  AFTER HOURS 885-2151    '  RETAIL STORES  LEN WRAY'S TRANSFER  .Household Mdvlng, Packing, Storage  ,i,/|  Packing Materials For.Sale,, l��� j   Member of Allied Van Lines,   Canada's No. 1, Movers i -   Phone 886-2664, R.R, 1, Gibsons,; B.C   7    ,. ... 1 |   .1       i      ���.  HANlSEN'S TRANSFER LTD.    J  -,k '-'-��,"**��'WARE'H0USE9���"'   _. Gibsons ,886-2172  K|*j��AM4^VtVl*^1llr*K^HI^| t'  C 6V S HARDWARE  ,  SECHELT, D.C.  .    ^  APPU/SMCES J HARDV/ARE  "    HOMEFURNJSHIHGS',; ;   Phono-a05-9713  MACHINE SHOP  ��� At Hie Sign of Iho Chovrbn  HILL'S MACHINE SHOP  ,1^L4l.Hpi��IWH|l4.|.��.  ifM  .,  , ��     ���   In tUli space will        ',7  iANADIAN  ^PROPANF  gas:&,oil; ltd������:; .���     i,   Jhe Sunshln* Coast, wltlj; ri*llablo ond  economical Cooking, Heatipgoha Hot Wofeft  ::'7!,;;,',rFiREf5^STlMATB4:.;.7a;:\��,��i;,  Plioria 005-2360 ^  , Serylna,,  econ"  Machlpe Shop r-' Aro and Acty W��|d|ng  ��� 4���*l.Stool Fobrlcatlng.rr-,Mpr|nc��,Wa.y? ,    7,  ,,,.���. ,,,Au|Pmotlv�� ana Marino.Repaln7  7���,,  ';     Standard Marino Station       ... ,  Phono 886-77214.   Roil ���86-9��56l 086-9324  r111, w���""'"m,   'vi1 , ( ;���; 'yyvr,  THE TOGGERY  Ladles' ana* Children's V/ear    ,,...  Open six days a week  Phono 865*2063      ���    '  Corrrte Stfootj[Sechef��  Ponder Harbour - 883-2513  "���^^^"nrfAKBOU^UPPLIES"  Eloclrlcal 7  piurriping^^App]Iancu3  ti    iTVs.r Furniture and Carpo|s   P,0, Box 158 Madeira Park, Hwy 101  7 atf Frcincl4 'Peninsula "... r��� * "  DAILY SERVICE FROM VANCOUVER  A   SERVING THE SECHELT PENINSULA  77* 1 , 1 .Eurnlturo to anywhere In Canada,  General Frolght. Low-bed and heavy'hauling  ..in'    i mi .min 11   n7"    '. '. ', , ��  ,T.V.. awL..RAPIQl.,'.,,, ���..'.',,',..  ,  ^������-M�����������l���..l��� II.���I.ll..ll��.' ��� I   I  I. ..nii.ilii.il..  ���������... ..���������.���!. ,  .       T.V. ANTENNAS  7 All Work" Guaranteed  COASTLINE SERVICES  Phono 885-rJ|02f ;  Box 798 , '        Socholt, B.C,  SUNSHINE COAST TVV, SALES  & SERYICE LTD.  .- AD'M(RAL_���:;^.^EGTR0H0ME������,  , , ������     and. iZENITH' DEALERS   Gordon OUyor   %,., Ed ^Nicholson  -I n^htsH^leart'r 0^-Powhtown���-Sechel^--  Dox 799, SecholtA ���   ���,      885-9816  ���   ..   7    CLOSED'ON MONDAYS        '     '"  liaaaaMnaanniilBiH^a^liiiHaMaBlli' ���  TYPEWRITER REPAIRS     ,  1 ,,mm^>mm��ml9^m��m9mm,^mmm*fit.Jmmp+m In) i��p mil wmimff. tf 11 ii| |W PB||>Wj;)iifwlWI��Hp|iipl|ffWWMqlfWfw  TYPEWRITER REPAIRS & SERYICE  Agent for .Hermos ,fypewrlters "*' "'  PHON^ 386-2723  ,L D. Thomas & Co* __ ,  ��Ufi����WWMi��Mttfn^^  w<M*iWi'��,V**'  Vi'i    1'  ;iVv��i>...  ;,*.... 1.^^,10(1,11..   ���',���   .;       , " ifi1'**"*:"    .;      *    r   "*  ',   ,        .,,    1    ,1        .   ,    .��1     ,���   ,., .     ^    ,  ' ., ,       'if   hi ( .ir '.1 M'^n f'��iii'l||>ti'j J', ������i ,1 .(���     (|    ,im  \�� <  'f> in, m   v;,    1*   ,i> ,   ,'��� 7      ,      f     , ,'  ',    1    .,,.''���.>. 1.'., <��� >  > ,      '     I,    ,     '  ���' 1  If. 1,  IJse'lheSQ  7TS7^��CllCfT-��lDflBf^  '     I* (     tf' ll' 't  1   (       Ml ��        I  UPHOLSTERY  ���t  BELAIR CUSTQMnUUHQLSTIRT,    ^.^^  hoaeei to1',' '."    "     Reui>liMlna7.iT<e<tyllniiV''CompleW :}  '���'!'  .spaces to 1 ^ y, SftMcVrSamolej $hown In'rht homA r",  ,'"' ." ���  Seryfce - Somplw ��hown In rba horn��  ���(Pboriflf88<|-^0Sbt'M����f-i8Vp.rii*  .      ,ltH.        '..I,     f��'4j4f4i  .��*���.   I4I.��H*  ^^M^.WfMM^  I  ' ''   >'     '' '��� '', '"% ' " '  1 ��� f ",).��' i'i '�����'���'((' ��**��it>,'|ii^^i'1,l<^n,ri''',/'"ri"'  ' '   *    Jin.   1  ,      ,.  '��,..i ��� <   71 y  *>.,'   \    0   "    ' '7   ,", ,'  /  1  ,'*    1.  >.   1  1  a  \>7  1   'i  I 4 'H .  ,.,4  ,..i,  , .ill'  'i  ..   '. A��|jrOD'f'J '���"* "'"    '.<������> v-"j'i ���"���>'�� j v��.Hi. �����  qtm j ��m����ty��^wi��Bfiiiw^����.ii<iii;<w|NM^^  , '      'K   I '   ' 1    ��"> ' M    I ,     1'    , in     i'  Qvkmitmi^tMiMmmwm^^mtimfty^i^mnMimtdmMt*^^  .,.",'/  (.' ' '��! �����"'' vk<>��.V* p 1'' ,      ' 'v ��� 1 ,'���*  ���> \ ����/��.,���" <{,' .   ,,,;��r ���'    "   -1 '<".���. "���!' '<,:���,?���  I  |.       ,4i   1 I J  ��� 0   I   t ��� 4        '| 11.'  i'   ��.'r    4     (    >l *- ��� 'f,l,f>.-��**   "rnYi.llflpAii.'lVsiff  'i 1. - .�� ���  1 ���!.. ,  < . ., 4, it,   I..*'., . tf . |. (..^ * *.n*w'1>vKi��iiiV4((A'R^;K{ '  >;   1,    '1 .;    -I.,..,. ,    .- w ,w7;��,a..i. .*?....... .S^.iM,j,'i(fl(��Sivi44,r -^  .,__���' fcfs"  Page A-4 Peninsula Times,.Wednesday, February 16,1972     :,..   ,-_,_, ,-    ��� ��  REAL ESTATE (eohtx:  FOR RENT  WARPED  -BO^T5-oV-ENGIHES-��onfcl^inaS^JUQ^KSvlContK  The Peninsula ^fanei,  Sechelt -. Phone 885-9654  Gibsons^ Phone-886^7244  Classified  D-BRIEFS  5 ACRES WITH VIEW  SECLUDED b^t. accessible by.   COTTAGE   at  good   lane,   '607.ac.iTes   b^au     ''  V  East Porpoise Bay  Phone 487-9109  VWNWinwHinf��wwifMvuww��niuwwinfinfinwwvwvWH��iwif^^  Published Wednesdays by  Powell River News Town Crier  ___Sechelt Times Ltd.   ...-.>~=^Qt-SeGheltr BX,- -  Established 1963  14  TTTuI   'well''elevaled     unde,���  "veloped   property,  year .round"  creek, some Ocean  view, near  Secret     Cove.     $60,000.     Will  accept  some   terms*  Box.310  Peninsula  Times,  Sechelt.  Tillicum Pay  ���v-foT~l"5nt7~$H0 month! Phone  885-21-0I):- -,- 7971-11  QUANTITY   ot   .good   'garden  fiTanui'c  wanted.  Phone  BtfJF"  .34   FT.   Gillnet-ter.. A  -ptromr-883--2336.  licence.  T!9fi3-13"  I960   PONTIAC  Paresienne,  2'  "d?. ^lafdTop.^   t$t,zu\)   gootr  9635   or   885-2898.  8259-12  conc'kion.-.-Ph.   885-9747.  REAL ESTATE (Continued)  Member, Audit Bureok  ttt Circulations  Sept. 30, 1971  Gross Circulation 2915  Paid Circulation 2478  "As filed with the Audit Bureau  4   ot Circulation, sublet to -audit:   Classified Advertising Rqtes:  3-Line Ad-Briefs (12 words)  Ope   Insertion    -. 7$ 1.00  ��� Three-Insertions- ������_--������������$2.00  Extra lines (4 words) :���_���.20c-'  (This .rate does not apply to    commeigiol Ad-Briefs)  Box Numbers     10c extra  50c Book-keeping charge-is added  for Ad-Briefs hot paid by  publication~rdaTe.T-   Legal   or   Reader   advertising   35c  per count line.  w '  Subscription Rates���  By   Mail; '   Local Area __$6.00 yr.  Outside  Local  Area   . $7.00 yr.  ^_JL-S.A.,.._ $9.00  yr.  :$TtLnt)0���-yrt-  BELL-IRVING REALTY  ���--������"���- q-^ ��� - ���  $ $.$':CASH   "     ,  Wfi.lmvfi many  -eaquir.es   for  lots .and acreage also waterfront and semi - waterfront  homes���!?-you. have property  you wou^ld like to sell, we  would appreciate the opportunity -to- diseuss details with  you.  NR. -V-z   acre  lot on  Redrooffs  road,    10   min.   drive   from  ttdT.  Phone Larry Rcardon 683-8411  Mary     Fletcher     886-9567     or  886-7512  1199 West.Pender     -683-8411-  8257-12  Overseas       Special  Citizens,   Local���Area������  27   ACRES,   highway-. ..Powell.  River  semi waterfront, water powei-, light alder grove, 4  acres  cleared,   $20,000   or  best  " caslF "off eiv" Ph."8~r-^258t*7 ^���  7925-12  EWART McMYNN  REALTY &   INSURANCE  Multiple   Listings   Service  3fe��x��238,   Gibsons,  B.C.  Sechelt. Potential view of  "Sargearrl.'"Bkjr, "quiet area  close to good fishrq*. Elevated  sightly from the road with hydro, phone arid possible well  site. Will accept a good offer  on $3900. cash. Phone 885-9654'  to contact owner.   7979-13  ROBERTS     CREEK:     Nicely  wooded     ac._,     all    services '  available.     Close     to     beach.  Terms "on $5,000.    GIBSONS: A-l holding.property   or"'   4\_   ac.   block   offer  seclusion,   level   and   close,in.  -$7,500-o'T terms.-        WATERFRONT! A real little  ��� gem to retire in or haye_as  summer home. 2~ bdrms., living room with fireplace, convenient cab. kitchen, dining  i-foomv���Utility-in -part basment.  A-oil heat. Matching' garage.  Landscaped lot -fenced for  complete privacy. Terms on  asking price of $30,000. View  this one and make your offer.  K. BUTLER REALTY  LTD.  FURBISHED. 3  room  cottage;  >^cfuTet*"sea-view" location, Halfmoon Bay. Ph.  885-9698.        >  7923-42  2  BEDROOM   home,  all   year  -���round��� excluding-~Jxrlyv  and  August    5   acres   of   grounds,  CHARLES ENGLISH"   RealTEstatB-": Insurance  Notary-��� Public;-���fe-'^pralsa^  SUNNYCREST   SHOPPiNG -  7316'     .   v.'-      - 7839-12  .CENTRE  Gibsons, B.C.  LAND IS YOUR BEST  - INV-ESTMENTU^,^  'SAL'AL WANTED  If you  qre  browned of^f,  try me.  4    *"  ���     NAIDA WILSON  885-9746  ..-,,.-,.... *.. ______ ___ ^.....^^g;^  "CARS ..'A-TRXICKS-r^���^-  1967   PONTIAC   Parisienne   2  dr.,  HI,  P.S.,  P.B.,  custom  radio. One owner, 37,000 miles,  A-l.  Ph. 886-7751  or 886-2807.  n 8255-12  7999-12  1969 GMC V_ ton,pick-up wath  ape.JE?h.  8265-14  FOU-R-door-Valiant-sedan, V-8.  Top     condition,     automatic  radio,   stereo   tape   de��jk.   Ph.  885-9978. 8258-12  1965 V-8 automatic. Ford pickup   in   good   condition,   also  - t-.      n   7  __.-_  t>_     canopy top to frt.- 9 foot box.  tsmtjpy:-'Exeellentr.-shape:_t,nr._ 885-9333   886-9539.  7982-13"  STORE   for   rent   in   Sechelt.  Available  February  1. Sunshine Coast T. V. Ph. 885^9816.  7���~ 7882-tfn  PETS  CHAMPION   sired    registered  Beagle puppies for sale. Ph.  886-9892 eves. 7983-14  19,68  FORD  Ranch-wagon  for  sale,    $1,650    or    trade    for  smaller   car.   Ph.   885-9312.  -7     . 7968-13  WATERFRONT:  Georgia Bluff    SELMA    Park   Hall.    $5    per  with   its   magnificient"' view        meeting^ Ph.  885-9437.  of Howe -Sound; -This ,-3-Bed��� --:-^__--_�����- - -���   ���   7343-tfiT  BOATS & ENGINES  1 Canada  By  Carrier -  GIB.SONS   VILLAGE:    Newly  -$3^50 <4*K*n;ftted   TWO   BR:   homer  ..    $4.00  _60c- mo.  very   centrally. located,���Exeeh  len't~view..   Two  street   access,  pynglii  und/ui   piupeity  rights   ' FirFptacer ��� elecr   heat,    patio:  ALL   TYPES   INSURANCE  room near_ new home with a-  -^HaclrTopped court yard ap-  ���proach. Living room with  fierplace wall, opened through  window walls to sun deck.  Bedroom with en-suite "proirfrj^  ing opens to its own. sun deck,  large finished rec. room,.ever.y-=  thing wall to wall carpet, kitchen has eating- bar and dining room with feature walls.  F.P. $48,500 with good terms  and   mortgage   available.  TO   See   Sail   886-2481.    ...  1.68 acres on Hwy. 101 close  to .shopping centre 130' x 563'  on water line. $6600.  . 4       % ~  2V_    acres    on    Cemetary   Rd.  v    with a real view 167' x 660'  ~Iii4e��n��--r6~le'3rir*$4700!        ~"  .     .      .. -aab-.248-i-   ���      2 - 33" ^nearly completed cold  TWO bedroom~waterfront���^���-moulded���hullsr-SttitaHe-fcr-  1970'DATSUN   2   door   Sedan.  Uri'dercaci.ted,     radio,     9,000  miles,   A-l.   Ph.   88B-7751    or  886-2807.    '���������        '    ���    1-256-12-  1^55    G.-M.C.    pick-up,    $300.  Ph.  833-2336. 7985-12  1967 ACADIAN 2 dr. hard top  .327,  .4   sptf   pos.    traction,  good  tires.  Ph.. 885-2496  after  6 p.m. 7986-14  LIVESTOCK  $95  cottage, Halfmoon Bay.  Available until June 15. Ph.  112-433^3610. 7996-13  cataman. Must sell^ best offers.  4i��G,���   Appalunsen gelding,  Ph. 885-.2014.  8262-12  200.   Phone   886-7553   after  8252-12  HALL for rent���Wilson Creek  Community    Hall.    Contact  Mrs. Diane Anderson 885-2385.  7815-tfn  WANTED TO RENT  WANTED. .= J07or ;7L21-Alumin-  ium    or  .fiberglass    cai'top  boat.   Also   5   to   7   H.P.   outboard.  Ph.'886-7793.      7834-12  -IMS���-eH-EV-Y-���VJ^^-cciiiiUilE^  "automatic.     20,000      orignal .  miles, ladies car. Bucket seats, 5 p m  extra snow tires, A-l conditon,     ��� ������ ���r- ���   -$27*r-eteWn-end-payHaeiits  of CQQg^JjaiL: hc-rs^ for jsate.  $3?" per month.  Ph.  885^2848. Experienced rider only. $125.  '                                    7973-13 Ph.   885-9312.                   7967-13  FURNISHED house for reli-  ��� able young couple, arriving  from New Zealand, (electrician), Giosohs area. Reasonable  rent, as from 1st March. Ph.  886-2660. 7833-12  *S��CHI��UL44r^a==��^  ^2_j3ettrciom   liomeT^P^rrneri^-  ant  resident. .Ph.. 885-9816.  SED   tanks   1,000. gal.,   2,000  gal. and 3,000 gal. Good con-  "dition, "good- prices: Phone Bob  883-2248. 8266-14  WANTED FQR CASH  2 boats deep V, F.G. hulls-for  IB/OB or IB. One 17 - 19 ft.  and  one   22   -  28  ft.   with  Or  without motors.  Phone   885-9347    or   885-2116.  Phone 886-2000  subsists in ol) display advertising  and other material appearing in  this edition bt the.Sechelt Peninsula Times. Permission to reproduce  wholly  or   in  part and  in  -any-+orm���whe+seevefr���particularly.    by a phntngrnphir. or offset process    FR0NT7 WcToTfor 2V2  a"erei=  F.P. $16,300 with $5,0Q0 down.  Ornamental trees and shrubs.  Perfect retirement home. OFFERS.  GQWER     POINT      WATER-  in a publication, must be obtained     Qj-  MEMBER  MULTIPLE   LISTING   SERVICE  7837-12  TRANSFERRED,   Must   Sell���  lew   lttx-ttpy-  T2~1T~6*1  WATERFRONT:  Roberts Creek 2. two bed-  room Irouses���on ���68^���of level  beach. Lovely treed lot J*j*J0"  ft. long. One house rented; the  other for your summer home.  Or good revenue investment.  F.P. 37.500LMortgage available.  -on���low~_T7P7~~  7958-13  cleared    land yiih  nnoh-     mphile   home,   only   6   months       Thp  Ant inn -T4Lng-4s-88fiwa484���  4   Bedrooms   make   this���-1800~  Jaj!��d^i��oBHh^^                                                            300   ft.   of    old. 3 bedrooms, fully furnish  unauthorized  reproduction will do . ��� : : ; ���--.-   -- ���-.       ._..'......y  .   .  subject   ' to     recourse  in  law.  "In the event of a typographical _  error advertrising gOods or services,  at a wrong price, goods or services  may not be sold and the difference  . chnrgprl to thp newspnper Adver-  tising 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,   Th"cTT   portion  waterfront. Property has good    ed inqludirig full sized heavy  access    off-  paved    road.    An    dutjLautomatic_Jivasher-^&-<iry-  ...olden- but���entirely liveable  home is situated on one acre  of this property. Community  water.. Hydro, and telephone  are all available^���A- most-desirable property, less than one  mile Ibm Gibsons. F.P. $46,-  000.    -?   GIBSONS   HOMES":   Very   at-  _.  ��^-pj^gg- -^-^������eai'^farnily"  home. Large  living room  and  kitchen with.dining and family room, utility, double plumbing, all  on- 5  acres  of mostly  cleared jand on hwy. 101, close  to shopping centre. See this 'at  $25,000 with a  mortage avaii.7  able on low down payment.  To View - Call 886-2481  ,   .        , .    , tractive 2 bedroom home on  of the advertising space occupied { ,  t  Qn  Franklin  Road.  by   the   erroneous   item,   together      T,   ..       . .     4,.������n  with reasonable allowance for sig- -^U   Pnce-  only   $16,000.  nature,  will   not  be  charged  for,      ROBERTS  CREEK   lower  Rd.  but  the balance of the advertise- \n_���   l��u   j..'gt   nn   Ihp.mar-  meht will be paid  for at the ap  piicable rate. , 1  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 chargeable at an  hourly rate for the additional  work.  CARD OF THANKS  WE WISH to thank ��� our  , J'l'ieiicl.-! and neighbours for  flTolx^dndncss a'iid. sympathy-  during our recent loss of  husband, step-father & grand-  ' dUber; also exteiid grateful  IhaiikH to Dr. Crosby.���Mrs.  llichurd, CiU'lson, Mr, ,and Mrs.  Howard. Dean and Family.  7994-12  ket.   Some   bordering   on   two  nico streams. Just $4000.  GIBSONS RURAif ���Attractive  near new, 3 bedroom house  with full basement on 6 Panoramic View Acres. Try your  offers.  ROBERTS CREEK RURAL:   17  -ATCe���ftH*m���iiieely���developed-  er, all fixtures and windows  are full house size. This unit  was built in New Westminister  and construction personally  supervised by-the'oVner. Features include' double windows,  wall to wall quality Shag carpet   in   the   master   bedroom  and  living room. Kitchen fix-   tures are avacado, bathroom WATERFRONT: Don't read  fixtures, washer & dryers, this unless your prepared to  sunburst yellow with arborite buy 140 ft. of level, parkland,  bathtub enclosure. Why rent 0n the waterfront, including  when you can own for only stream and lily ponds. A 3  ffiffifMH'dmiim^^aKd'^^ ��� - bedroom" 'home'- inn thiswsettiftg"  Member of theTvAultiple  Listing Service  SEGHELTlGENCIES LID.  SECHELT~AGENCIES LIMITED invito you to list your property  with one of pur salesmen  and  thereby avail  yourself of the  ���besrpossTbie service to sell your property..  Some ofTffie"'Benefits~of a listing with Sechelt Agencies Ltd.:  1. Competent staff of  12, to give prompt, capable attention ,  to  all   details  of   your   prdperty   regarding   appraisal,   advertising, zoning and possible subdivision, etc. with personal .  attention _atid supervisioa._of this back-up service by your  personal salesman.,.  2. Continuous advertising of catalogue available in two daily  7.Vancouver newspapers.  3. Regularly updated catalogue of properties available.  ... Continuous advertising  in two local weekly newspapers.  5. Well equipped office located at the point of most traffic  "8260-12  and with stream through pro-,  perty. 3 bedroom home, guest  house, and trailcrr space. Don't  miss  this  one. '.  --.-Member  Vancouver  Real Estate Board  PHONE  880-2248  month. This unit is located gin  the Sunshine Coast Trailer  Court an^-ean be viewed any  time. Please call Dave or Gail  Dyer, 886-7233. 7875-11  RENDER HARBOUR  ACREAGE  2,0u0  feot of beautiful water- ,.���,_,-,���.*���,..���,    T.           ..���*    .  front  on  Mixal  Lake.  1,200 INVESTMENT:   Is   your, bes  feet   on   Garden   Bay   Lake. \>et   0<��ay. Here is a one and  Good   roads. Here's  an  excel- ���ti **** ^"P1^ cornplex, sit-,  lent  investment at -.^l.OOO-per���U^^an-the-Bay in Gibsons  acre.   Attractive   terms   avail- overlooking the harbour, 2 two  ablo.  with window walls to patio,  beach-sione fireplace, wall to  wall carpet. Breakfast bar and  many other features, all facing Howe Sound with a breath'  tailing view. Make an appointment to see at $52,01)0; '  Mortgage   available.  886-2481 '   .  ALMOST    NEW!    Post    and  beam   home   with   magnificent view over miled of water  bedroom units and 2 one bedroom units, fireplaces, electric  heat,,,,,car' ports, beautifully  landscaped bringing in a very  profitable investment, Make un  in  Sechelt  with  adequate  parking  THINKING REAL ESTATE?  THINK SECHELT AGENCIES LIMITED!  Always remember there is NO CHARGE if we DON'T SELL,!  "���al'li'onfyoneL1ofHhe (&Umving^SQlestwen-^H^eir-home<"^wjRbe��'"  or at our off'ce. 885-2235  : Just>4isfed���2�� BR��home-with baseme^^  (over 1 acre) and overlooking Pender Harbour. Fireplace, oil heat.  Immediate possession.   Full  price  $35,000 with  $20^000  down.  PEN PER HARBOUR  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..ond  marina. Full price $26,900 with $5,000 down.  .  IRVINE'S LANDING  -lomes���one 3 BR, one 2 BR���on very large view lot approved  fnH ln> siihdlv'T'rt���w'*-p"*^^  APPROXIMATELY 33 ACRES���PENDER HARBOUR  On Hwy. 101, fronting on 3 sides of P.H. Secondary School. Approx".  in ncrfls pprrially cleared and in grass. Would make exQellen':  subdivision or mobile home park. Full price $32,0.01) with $10,0b0  WILSON CREEK WATERFRONT ^ No. 2314  Quiet and secluded waterfront, approx; 1 acre, 158' on water,  facing south, the best exposure, with charming 2 bedroom all  electric ho/ne, fireplace.. Separate workshop, and woodshed, excellent garden. Asking $42,06'0' full price with $1'8,000 down, cash  offers.will be considered by owner. Peter Smithy 885-9463 eves.  DAVIS BAY  rJo. 2Q-4.3-  BIRTHS  GIBSONS AND SECHELT    _  ,.   WESTERN PRUGS  .,���^,ls--plea��ed-to~sponsor--fhlr~'��- ��^r|^g1;i-"^^ia-^H3|^  , Piith .Announcement spaco,   and    Q^ ,() >QV [n Sct:holt   Agre��.  Notary Public  LISTINGS  WANTED  ... n -    ' ,ooz ooco; ���'2^bcdr00mS:.Up.ian'd:;,2;:d9WP  Vince Prewer B��6-ydiV    close l0 p^dcr Harbour and    get the facts;  Wally Peterson      886-287/    on a lovoly wooded ucro, Terms  Ron McSavaney    886-9656    are available on this $14,000.  Box 238, Gibsons, B.C.  7838-12  HAVE   .sni,all   down   payment  oxtonds Best Wishes to tho happy  ":"'"paront8." ���'���  ���"���;"���-���-������"  ULANKV-MIko und Slwiron  IJimioy   nroi luippy   U).��� lUl-  iVouiirii lho"Tilri'li" ul' n dmighlor,  Ti'^uy Eili��iil)ulh, (7 Ibn,  I w���)  ^m^-brunry 'M\(\, 11)72 ill SI,  '   Mury'iT-lIoHpiliil,   Sooliolt.   A  hIhIi rr)i���CJIiriHt(ipliurv���7����0wl*a-  ��� ��� pERs6NAt'i'^^,''TW'l^rtw^  incut fur. fiulo if possible, No  ll/feill^ Bo* 7928 c/o Box 310,     tjMAKLt^ t  PonlnHulil   Tlmori.       TUZBHTT "-t ?  beauty.  WE  have some  ideal  Pender  Harbour waterfront building  lots,*CalUfoj;^par,Uoular9,^^^������  JOCK  HERMOk  ��� 083-2745  "CHARLES ENGLISH LTD.  7I)��IM2-  886-2481   LISTINGS���WANTED  Lot us sell your property, w��  get results, our sales exceeded one million clollars in 1971..  ���"Jack^Whito-*"  Ken Crosby  , Jay, VIsHcr,.,..,..  Jock Hermon  886-2935-  886-201)8  885-2300  883-2745  ���7830-ia-  2 excellent water view lotSjJevsLaccess-from road at rear, vievy  can't be spoiled.,Zoned Rl, so no downgrading of the area permitted. Hydro'& water. Asking $5,000 each, look & be convinced.  Peter Smith,, 885-9463.  SELMA PARK ~~~~' ": ���^"^ '" No.'2158  Fully Insulated 2-bedroom home, now kitchen & bathroom, propane heating, view of water, iCIosc to store, on freehold lot. Low  Investment, fully price $14,000, terms,'your cash offer might  talk loudly. Peter Smith, 885-9463.      SANDY HOOK WATERFRONT No. 2447  69'TeeY':6f'''Wa^  . sulatcd, stone fireplace, pgrt basement, sundeck, concroto drive-  way, several Arbutus trees, Hydro, phono and piped wator, just  ��5 miles frorn Sechelt.. Don .Hadden/ 885^9504 ovos,. '   v    .. v,  AUJ&HCfUCS Airanymo'u�� ���  .��� T ���   M��H:Uo��OlM.J?,in..,,Tliurar,.I  .,,     ,   '       illiyH, Wilson Crook Commun-  >!.Y..���11��U.- Ph.   880-1)327,   8Q��-  ���        "2341     ��� 4��7P-tfn '  WIHJI  lo c(ii)liicl. Lallor JJIiy4  SiiIiiIh inoinboi'H. Phono 81(5.  .|Jl>70��<ni����IKUar)4(lr����-*-��7��0-'lfn-��"  PROPERTY WANTED  'Sivi^LL TuTwiinl^r^v"oldoriy'  (Miii|J|i*Cf��i','ni'ol)ll(i"liiini�� nIIo,  liuiid   ilruli.iiK'V' nil   mirvk'UH,  linn.ly   lo   bun   und - nhoppln/t,  Hi'iuiuinilily   prlatcli   Box   7:111,  H4B^ll'flw*��*!lWwWllM4*l����^^  REAL ESTATE  ^AMDAlM-RlviANl-blT,  ���     TRUST    ���  Uo'lic of llio CJnunuiUunl Hnlo  Plan  !^SOTfflW��3ilW*��8<W  f4i^)Jw&M4\.U^^^^,'^^^MiU',mtYy41.11^   REAL ESTATE  .Box 769 (   ..'."..   SEfflMr M_   _��� ,885-2241  Van, Direct'  ESTATES LTD^���**,"      '' MU  5-5544  ..._��� il(,,SqR^sj'}.,��|rtr,0((l<*Q,acro58.froiTiJ  SECHELT VILLAGE  ,Coxy   ...Dtlrm homo close,,lo t,hop��,,-oil.services,.W/fW-carpots.,-*  now plumbing, flood foundation, llroplaca and'an excellent cloarod  loi, F.P, $18,500, Slan Anderson, 685-2385.  ���Smnir''cbua,oo,on,'laroo'1plrClo80'MO'''boach.''''l;oi''ilB��,8tfx300"'anc|'''   hilly borvlcotl, Complololy  ro��modal|od. .Room  for anolhor. now   ,  liousio. Could ho sul).(||y|c|qc|, P,P, $15,5D0.   '    '  ���' .     Stan Ander3onr885.;>385.  , SELMA PARK  ���',?.'limlroonv'ltomo7oiV''o"Cloar'(!i(.l'1oti"Spm'o''trcos'"'ldft;'*'Houso"li' on  a- concrorc'io(inrtotlonivpane|cd"throuohbui*,ond*,has-<a* Sundeck.1 --  Qnly,.a7uqrii.��ltlvF.P,',>l.3<0001,,SlQp1Aii��J��rJwn,,BQ5.2^B.ft11  WORK WANTED  ��<4��Kti��M,Mii  \  ���3E.4MS PARK  View lots In Solmo Pork, Trooc) and IvilFsoTvlqotrWtWT^Otn^  lo $5,150, Slon Anderson; 885-2385,  Treed MrvlCQij. lot. In WoM Socholt; This lot. It. 00x167; wllh a  iiitkiII crook ninnlnq along; tho roar of Iho land. F.P,  $3,950,  ""'& I (090'down; Stan AndorsonV 085.23857'    '  PART Umo',JippkHupphi��,,��utlt���  iiccounUpg   nprvicon.   Phono  ,'ll8fi:7il77:"4^"*'"-*"-",',w-''*"70(14-13-''  ' /jUSiNESS^niiicliliio ropi'dr. &'"  Borvicp.  Phono 8IKI-5J75JII,  7003-irii  AKBOHITJgu��r7FonnlcH; coMi)l--  or  lopo.  ProConHloimlly  i\\.  pllod' and   fiuurnntogcl;   Will "   bi'ln-Ji4,.eo|o,uj;,nuniplc'��fctoi you;:"!'  J3IU~fl��3.a4()��, 703��-tin  FIRE INSURANCE  FIRE INSURANCE  "HELP WANTED"  mfmurm  wttmf*  l��'oi'   Jloiiroitlliiii   I'nipiirly   'On  Tho Siiui.liii|(i Coii'hI.  r! '  To Mull Your UiilliiHii, J-<ijI ol'   *-���'"' AwrcnRo ^oriltiuli ���������,,  pctidei'^lir'rhoiii^HHil-HiltM���nr,"-  44(111 Mniii fltreot,1 Vninxiuvor,  H,C./IIYO-Vlll,    '  ' *'",   ' ���    < ���     i\m-\r  i!l) AdHMS' undovu'oiKd, ��� vlow  ���, properly! VI1)��ko of Sccl'9ll,  'lu-io1 iiI-cchh, $30,0'00, WiJ.1 flujl  'In 5 Hcro-l'ilt'ckHftt $8,000 ouch.  ,Wril(3!-.nox.7.1lO,������.Pi*nln��uIn.,���  ^I^Tr^rrtpfVATERf-RONT  11 I  1 hlk 2  Iwdioom homo;boY a bowmen I. and hoi boon ro-  mutlollad, A itoawall wllh hoof Iminctt, o aondy fovcl booth, nlco  |iiup|iK,�� unil o win room, Now wirinn ond plumbing.  I'.f'. W7fOOO,,'J|nn/Snrlijrb9!i,.aHS:Xa05.i  H13LlA13Lil'',rt  nuUurti    fuinulu ;  cook, IRxporloiVcod In rontuu-  i'niit worli iirufoiTocf,' Box (IIII,'  ScchoU,' ' ��� '"       ' 7020-1 _ !  AaKNT-4o noil ����� cmullty"lino >���  ol' udvorllHln/; ' HpotsiuliUin, ,  Lino Inclii'doii ciiiisiidam nixi (  Inir-lncH'.i Hlu'liohory.' Exuollon)'  commlHs-UmH, Apply "aivlm? u i  Hho'rt roiuinio to: I), V/. Prlomin  . ad Sons Ltd,, Hox-.TW), Allonn, ���,  ���^MmiiiimnTTon^Dnor^iinTrrr^'  SWIMIviiNq liiHtructor for lho ;  Davit-   Hay, ���Secholt,   Half-  mofirf nny arcii, Wrlto Klvlnif j  qiialll'IOatloD/i to Llonu. Swim-.  uil'W,' Pi'uji-'L'i, ParaTftr^wfi'  "Aro you'stlll'carrylngtheoutdatedklnd?" If your homo burns,*  will you literally bo left out In tho cold? Our most modorn-  pockago of quality InsurancO protection Is designed with you   ln���n^lJ3^..,..9i*!.T9,L.,i?^l���.JS���Jt?.0.9JD.t...Sr Es ,'10 h'omcowner. Lot us .  .. sIlQW. y��H ,h9W IIttlo It will cost yow tp,,be protected for flra .  and othor Insured porlls. Our special packago covers; Flro,-  IJolitnlno, explosion, fali'fng' obiccts,. Impact by aircraft or  "���"lany yoh'icio," srnok9;,'vdndallsm'"affd'l''r,aliclous acts. Also'  ������"���|hdlWdod"is*"Wlth''50%''d0ClciCtlblo;''-gla3S'l*roakagQrTU|Mu  ��� and water escape, windstorm ancl hall as well as tho removal  of debris, Policy omoMntl* govorn, bo sure to Insure tho valuo.  Wo can  Insure your homo  for Its  replacement  valuo-3-  -f*s���  ���> '    no.deduction for,depreciation! ��� , .  -^!ALL: 130U JiENT.OR-KEN'V^"BTOrn>"ETAILS805i2235  ~",       ' FOR PENDtR HARUOUR^RWIP.IsNTS/CAUUi    ���  JOHN BREEN 883-2794  down.  , MADEIRA. PARK WATERFRONT  8 acres with approx. 450 ft. of choice waterfront. Large 3 BR  (could   b.   more)   well   finished   home���1 Vz    bathrooms,    large  rumpus  room,' 2   f irep)laces7 doable' carfaprf. - Furnished -revenue..'  duplex also on properly. Choice site for possible development into  nptel, maTina. or  subdivision.  Full  price  $120,000 with terms.  __15Z-ACRESVWITH TL/SiBEEL  D.L, 3678, with a considerable amount, of merchantable-4imber,  has approx, 550 ft|fef waterfront on Mixall Lake, road & creek  through property and-art old house Milch coulef be rebuilt.'Full  '. ; ' ���7-y;^ price $50;000 with$25;000 dOwrj^ ������ ;   :  /������  JyAAPMA,PARK  Approx,   ]_.   acr,os of semi-waterfront  parkliko  Vlow  property.   Located just above Madeira Park gov't wharfs ,.,...-���...v-.   EGMONT WATERFRONT  f 200::''f^''WaVaVfront!;;'--: Has "2.vW'HfInlshed .buildings. On paved road,  Vory nlcq  property  for development.   Priced  at   $22,500, with  .   $ 12,000 down  V-rr.i..-. ��������,,.,*.,.^^ ,��.,*,,.,-,,^_: '_      . ,'  ���  EARL COVE ,  A few lots still availablo on this 30 lot subdivision. Priced from  , 'H590> ,  '. A vWM* IW*. fe4('n" W'l  -J^VIDACLOT-S  Sldo hy lildQ, 'llio!.o kits coukl ho a duploA blip, Nlco|y (rood ond  eorvlcod, WW 'M.7B0 each, Stan Andcmon, ()flb-238!i,  ^^,-Acii)��^Walorlron^lolV'.CIoar<id'|olrri.S.4ftt--'0|'.-'Wat��r(roiH;<'|)(iO(i  nccoft* lo, boach In host rocroatlon oroq on Iho coatit, Roar^y for  -your Mimmor homo, Hydro ond wolor availablo. F.P,   $M.500.  Stop Anderson, 0.05-2305,     ; '  . ���   .*  mr  FOR' A'DtfrY'lONAL INF6RMATION,  6w\) ,\\. AT OUR'NEW,,'  ..!.*;.::....',   .  OFFICE.ACROSS FROM..pui.niEpOT..,,  ������fmrnm MWnillinmit���tOfcM���miMn un  7|M)B.lii !  yoiaiNTIIKH TonchnrH* Aldw "  .   (iiocduJ -.- Ap-ilk-nllon'i uro,  Invltod  for  voliintoor tonvlior'  *^W(nrm^iriflnfii(mirriBpwTri^  t-  luIkhI*.* t-Hfi*.  r .    ^i\n,t^'i\, ��� '.0;./   ��� .���, (ii \%  ���   ','..,'  .''.   .'   '". ; i" ��� '  ��� /   '  ������������''������I' >'7'  Hohool r��(or��pno*,or*t.wo'1" hourn'^*  <w*h  day,   UuiIoh   would  lit-'  uludo    NvorkliiH    with ; (.mull;  - HroupH; on -drill ��� oxIorwlMOH  liti  JfliiHllMh, ApplluiH).o)ii|,m,,wpl��d \  ttn|ll Pobrunry 10, lt)7��, D, ii,  ,MPlttwomc*-/!,, P-rlnplpul,'',Mft)..\  .lilnstonq ,.Sccoi>clary.   School, ���  ���,^_.._*���   ���    ���-."������     ."'.Pox'.770, Qibponn,-a-olppjiong  IUS.DEPOT..;   ,,.7..^.. 7.. ..;flA0-77aa-for furlhcV ���<lol��lln.. v  f  r"n.'.if  1    l i.i7."   'i  '   "��� Ti     -\'^<i^��^^Q^^'A^fcl^,S<W^  DAVIS BAY No, 2418  Nearly Jpvol lot 1! block,from*'lbQ'li^  '||no, hydro and phpno on road, Pdcod qt, H25Q CQt.h,|or t|u|qk .  .salo, Don Hodclon. 0Q5-9504 oyos,  ���'���"''       ',���      - ,  r-7'77-    DAVIS I3AY No, 2414  2 bedroom���rotIromonl, homo )u��t 3 y.oora old,' Largo wIikIowh 1o  vlow tho ocoqn, Concroto walks aroujid huimo on cloarod ond  'landscaped lot,* Short-walk' to^^ bbach arDdvl.^,DayrTry a bdnir*  ^mortoooP'on*fHllr'prtco*of*|iy;?59rDon*Hadclflnr883'"^S04*o9os(rft'  ' WE^TsECHEtt���'���''' ������������������������������/������������:,:���:������:> :������'���- "T. 77'':^j^,'6:  2 vory largo lois on pavod Nor' VYosl Day Rqad, 100 |t, tronlaooj   . fnw hundred foot |o boach aroa, Good polbntiql^lpwrtoirflrq  n^y^teocinrwnm^^  good roalUallon, DIsciisii wllh'BphJKfn*!, 885-9461 ovos,   ' '  GIDSONS ' ' '   " '      No. 2430  AttracllvQ'2''bo:droom homo," Flhlshocl hasomonl' bedroom, Auto.  oil furnaco, Conlrally locatoil .wllh unobstructed vlow of  |-|ayyu ���  -l&ilndrfwII-Prte^WTQQOr^  GRANTHAMS       ~,        ! '., No.. 2437.......  Family homo, YYa htoroy, 4 bodmvm', liiill-cnncrala lia��o|nont with  garden onlronco, , Npnr, i.hiipplnij, tiplopilul view, Full Piko  .���f|6,b00,Q0, C'R, Gathorcolo. 1106-701 a.  MK,FOR,0UliFREE4CATAt,OGUB,OF��aEAIUiaTATfi  _ AGENCIES tTD;-'*;; s^ \  Pox Viepoch^Trr^rrJ,"'"'1' Zr''?Km?Bfi5^2^  ^ #i.l,*i.r -���*-" ��� "  * MADEIRA"PARK"      "   -  Choice ylow lots, on 64 -lot subdivision. Prlcos from $4,000 to  ._ ���.t  ���_       S^RDEN BAY       '"'"^:'<       '  316 ft, walorfrontrovor '3""acros"6"h"2 sopqrdtQ'*'pdrcdlkrvVorf  largo,homo���6..(could,bfi..'J0) bedrooms���ah qxcollbnt start for  a liahlng lodge and rosort. Good hoa'chV'Ibtsof-flaota.- $70,000  full prlco, good terms.,Or houso, cap;,bo,purchased .with l'OO ft.  ��� ��� ���        waterfront lot for $42,000, ��� ������-.��,���   -���' WAII&F.RONT LOTS "] _  '���   '     ,      -.     Lot D���98 ft,���$10,500.       ���       " '     "'  .    "    ���    ���     "    '    Lot 15���135 ft.���$ 16,000,   ��� '  Lot M���80.ft.���$10,000.  '85 ft, waiorfront lot at Earl Cdvo���$13,000.  Approx. 275 ft, waiorfront. Garden Day���$26,000.  Saldnaw,Lakd-^App��fc3.30 ft,���$25,000. -       ���      '  Ruby Lako-^Approx, 103 ft;���$14,000,    pm^ M���f Ml I'll ���H��* Wl��������,- *. t>���|��f ">W   ������ -v��- -^-..^-UAGOQN-ROAP;" - ��� ���-: -  4 vory guuc) building lots. Easy walking' distance*, tQ.frcl.ool and  titorot, a| Modolra. Park. Watch, fpr pur.slgns.pn, Ihoso loto.r,., ,  *$6j,000*oachi��wl|h��pnly4'?'000*��'c,wn����^"  mm&mtmvmm*  :THE-BEST" COMMERCIAL-CORNER^EGMOI>ITr,:f  Approx.. .Vfy acres \y|tli walof, tqx,l, passlailon, largo 3 BR hpnrTo,  'wllh'wit conlalriod ronlpl ssmIIo oh 3 od|6lrilnu waiorfront lots.  1 ' l '''I��i��f.iii;iinil.!jiiii.vri'iriW.M..ll'"iimlrii '��� '  MADEIRA PARK  2 IM homo im largo vlow lot, fronting on Hwy. 101. al a very  ���,���.,..��.���,,..,,,, rwabongblp prlco, Ploasa phono lor further dalallu, .....   , . ,  S..-J n-^^^rti^j^M���t-ncati   MARINA,S|TE    ,    7   Enrl Chyo���morln'o,' mpiol ,or subdlYlhlori' tsllo  od|o|nlng  farry  iHrolnpJi Approx,  Bl 'acres with  approx, 850  ft.  WQlorfmnV  1,500 TtronlTw^  ���  '.      ,," '   'IRVINE'S LANDING    ,, ; t,'  ,;',',  3 13R fiirnlshod homo on largo ylow lohapproycd for 3  lot*  . .. .subdivision, $2Q,000 full prlco'wlth'terms.- ��� v'!"' ��u"  ..NEAR-MADiTl^ifARIC  "3"nR'homuan larfl^Ylavrlot^Hj0^0^Mfi,.i��rmaia������  "y *"������" ���" 111 mi 11111111'rum ���*.*<����<. immwmi niwm niiiwrniiimifn ,     f'  MOBILE HOME SITES "",.;*"  Sovoral lots availablo.     1       . '   .  mmiwf,  ��ry\cirrftither^tmrt)nd^t��5rfr^t*  '.���' __T^__, ���- M'.'.'v ������ /",v. M ', 'H ���",':.    __T^w    IH >.''":',,>'"':> Mft i\i __M_i'^ MMMM m��"mf':  ��� D ii. H  B {'f: H ''':'' H ^5^  B ':7; ___,   fl B ; Bm     ^T  l^y nM B�� fl      ^^ En Jnl ���*# Iim  ���  ���>_,<  1 1  ��� 'lit 11 tinff |"p> W^ll^*i��� 1 fl       *���* Ii P*(l'  ',��>.'";'Madeira��Park, D.C:  * Phbrio Pondpr Harbour 1,883-2233|W "'  . ,t ,,!,,  ���k.*^,tr*..f.^.  'mWsMt*.  .^"   ,."/.u<'ii t.v'.v'i i .*����� i��.   . i�� .,"��,"�� *��.i,. i   .   ,,    I ��'n i���,�� wj��',!t*rStnFt,,4rnil.X.tl,,it),.1 ,7,*,j*?T *   -mn    ���'14..,,.-,��,|���i.,.��,!-���,��.., (i|.��,����i'tfii4^,ii��(ji4��������44  ii^v'. 14.'. ^.4v^w**w��*4*.��wnW4 _** mw*��- 4,'s s 4-u'v^ i*f*4��fi��)w.'**w*��% %mk ^**.&<*^*��Tw*��*^*w***��***i*^����*m^Mt&m^  I     .1111,1     4 p.     ��� I..., III. | 1. i 111.11,7, ' ��� '"���- W f|  ..--       , I. '... ' ,.       i  |; 111"      7*7.  ��*.,,  h  i-i�� ��� V'  _>l  ,'��� ��� 1*1,  I .'���It  "'"���'IJ,,  i l,V  ���,  ��� i i iy  ���ty    ���*  ii,i f��'i'|f|��f''*"   'ii i\  '{'���;'' 7^||^;[7V^71";'>;'''/'^ ^;;r(i ;���.,,>-.���. J;y:y^  7* $7 ''..  r?  'ty*  ,.tfl  Mp  #WW-4tfWBM^*lflW.  ,, nt  ,4.4,..L����,^  f    ''  ���  ill,'  I      /      .  \ji      '"  p^^^lWifH) .4, 44.w*)44��M.^Uft'i,| ���l, --^���������Sfi*���  V  LOST  FOR SALE  '9   MONTH   black   Lab.   Lost  -. around. -Half moon-Bay r-ttmffe"  Bosco�� Call 885-28(j9.      8251-12  JjADIJJ'S  Bau^r figure skates,  size  6. $15.00.   Ph.  88ff3HJB9T'  '   7947-12  REGOR PACIFIC- REALTY LTD.  BOX 799' ���-GIBSONS' ��� 88.6-7244  'Developing  with  the Sunshine Coast"  SATURDAY/FEBRUARY' 19���1 .p.m. to"5 p.m.  SELMA PARK���TOP OF SNODGRASS RD.  FOMALE-(Gontfnued)  ���MARI Ni^CCESSORI^S--  Paint���Fibreglass���pope-^  , _  gfanyas���Boat Hardware  FOR SALE (Continued)  ONE   new.   white    aluminum  ~^~window 9~x75- G.E, electric���  polisher,   carpet   sweeper.   Ph-  885-9070    ��� 8253-12  .Compressed  air service  NYGREN SALES  (1971) LTD.  "Phone 886-9303,  Gibsons.  B.C.  8 FT. skiff with 2 flotalfon  upits, paddle and sail. 2 gear  R <Sr R Imhd-Avint-h-with 60 ft.  of. ..1-2'I galvanized Jlexible  steel cable. TravellaU, ~ golf  clubs,   baggage,   vanity,   steel  SQUIRP.EL Jacket, ex. condition, size 12 - 14, dark brpwn.  Value  $500.  sell   for $175.  Ph,  883-*2.r>54."'' "   ' 7091-12  IF   IT'S'  suits���it's    Morgans.  '885-9330, SecheJt, B.C.  8893-tfn  the Penir-sulo Tirnes Page A-5  Wednesday, februory 1671^72    "  ThlmBlMl^MtcIte^  District 4H  ���  ���      JK. -        .   .   .  Secketi Notes  -SB-  **=  =b.yL_Eeggy_ConnM_  LEO and Elsie Johnson were back on the  ' Peninsula'.tor a visit with Mends,.they-  xhave  settled   happily   in* Haney ��� but  we  ACCENT is on vouth this week asSchool   '-are .pleasc-d  thpy still  like to visit  here.  District   No.  4(1  continues  its'-thumb, ���������- ��� ;Forffter>i^ssidents   Mr.   and   Mrs.   Sid  nail skdches on -new teachers.        '"������������������     '    "and' Eil.ppn \PatnNi  are  now  established  ��� t in .pquamish.  Sid ���is*s��seneral maijager of  j \ v ...7 V���   " ihe R.C,  Hydro there and was in charge  (fT.all the re pairs 1o tlw Hydro lines that  -"tt-ffe-red ' ovtenniw clarriago  from ice and  12    FT,    Sea-dozer  Olympic  353  ��LM.    _.  "l#0  200 . drive  ,      ,.             ...      _..   ___,. John Deere 440 A power shift  cots,   loggmg  blocks,  750   IEL skidder. 2i  ft. tug ySrder Ma-  power   saw  with  new  chains. dill 671  GM   motor 3 .  x re.  Double-  bed   ?tc.   Ofter   bed- duction.  Phone  886-9946.  couch,. classical records, colored^ prints and various pictures,  oils and old army'photo's etc.,-- FENDER  deluxe  reverb amfr  some  stamps  etc.,   etc.   Phone        excellent     condition,     $135.  886-7731. . 8000-12 Vox built Wah Wah. new. $30.  .7962-13"  (with  B.C.  Government Second Mortgage)  Your choice of 3 sparkling  new homes;  2, 3,  or 4  -Jaedrooms-wiih. unique .MacGregor Pacific living space  features.  Lush shag  carpeting, en suite bathrooms,  heal   et-ld^tfelnsr  This and more atvOur low, low prices from $/-0/BU'0T  .SECOND - hand     lumber     for  <sale  Ph7886^77SD."~7984-04-  HAGSTROM elec7~guitair with  2 humbucking pickups, case  & -accessories,, new^ J150. Fender Deluze Reverb amp., excellent'condition, .$135. Canadian built amp w/ reverb $15.  VOX built Wah Wah & Com-  pan1tm"TuziCboilrTiew'&"l5r)i:h  for $45. Ph. 8,85-9654.    7978-13  ENTERPRISE   oil  range,   $35;  Coleman  space  heater,   $20;  * twin   barrels   and   stand,   $20;  antique oak buffet, $75; wood-  en-4dte4ien���suite^ZO^Tdouble-  Comparion Fuzz box, new $18.  Ph. 885-9654. 8264-14  UNBELIEVABLE But True���  at The- . Times Bookstore,  Sechelt���See the new Olympic  Electric Adding Machine." Just  fSF.^07"LiTTTit.ecl "number available. Ph. 88~5-9654.  FANTISTIC camera buy - 35  m.m. Asani' Pentax, long  standard, -and short lens, electric flash, tripod, case,, all accessories. Excellent buy for  amature or professional photo-,  grapher, $400 or best offer. Ph.  885-2014. 8261-12  WARVEY FUNfRAL~HOAAE  LTD. \  --'Sewincr^fkerSunshi'ne Cppsf""  ^^^MPk^^-G+4AP���L^R-���HUReH--  SERVJCE AT MODERATE COST " r  J. Roy Parkins,  Funeral Director  A MEMORIAL SERVICE IF DESIRED  ^   "Phone 886-9551  j3��d_and~ii^tti��ss^2fl4U3ddJuls--_4_4^  ��g-  MR.  RUSSELL   WrfEELER  Egmont's  two-room school' is  located  chen  chairs .and  2   crocks,   $5     9,3    ftivprs   Tnlet,   $175    Phnnp  each. Ph.  886-2794.        8254-12     485-2282.  13  ^V^ENmNtS^PEehAt-  COVE���One lot  remaining at scenic Sans Souci. 90 ft, totally protected  Waterfront. Level bulling "site. This weekend only at  $8,900.  ISLAND PARADISE���-Magnificent Shewell Island in  Knight rnleT7~1"64 oor-er^ffFT over I /,UUU tt. ofwoter^  j front. Lots of sandy coves and protected beaches. This  ' is in i-he-heart-of^BT���7s^amous-fishing^and-hunting-  haven. A bargain at $135,000 with $35,000 down.  - (Try your offer) and 10-yedr 8% terms.  Photos available;  RESTFUL, PEACEFUL, QUIET ��� Lovely 2 bed room"  home, just steps to nice beach. Paneled' living room  and-bedrooms, convenient galley-type kitchen. Very  well insulated. Must be sold as owner leaving country.  Terrific buy for only $16,800. A/S���$100 month at  _m__ THIS, WONT LAST���PHONE FOR APPOINT-  gurdies     1.  Jana ,23    band b,,d    .,   ��� chairs    phon-  phone,   splrt^s^oned   Alder-' 885.9669.                           7997-12  delivered. Ph. 883-24177     ' " *  7f-   ^7";  7988-12  on the outer fringe of the School District  "in the small village, wfiich plays an lm-  poftanVrple_._as'7 distribution   centre   for  Jervis  Inlet area.  tho  wight of the snow and  ice,  cherry ��� ��� ... ���   .���.; _  : .  .  trees bore up \he best."Young birch trees  planted to beautify tlie town in-summer,  did themselves up well as they became  encased in a block of ice and the lights  at night shone through them making a  beautiful display. ������*.- ���  The "Patricks   visited-1 with'  Haddocks at Pender Harbour and stopped  in on Mrs. Ada Da we, Sechelt.  �����" The  soccer  game,scheduled���for-Feb..  12 at .Sapperton park against New Westminster   Liickies.  was   cancelled   due   tcf  the condition' of the grounds,    * ���   ��� -  _ The   Sechelt "Chiefs" will   go7to "New.'.  Westminster's   Ry.ajl  Park   this  Saturday  to play the Queens Hotel Spurs.  The Harr.v Mossfield Concert planned  for this, area has had the date mlived up"'  to March 4th, this" will be held~a! Pender"  Harbour   High.   A   bus   will   leave   from  Sechelt  picking up passengers along the  way. The program is being sponsored by  the Halfmoon Bay Hospital Auxiliary and  promises to be a memorable night of_en-  " tertainment.   Give    your   ears     a   treat-  come and hear this world famous baritone.   The   date -was   changed   so   tenor  comedy 'singer Edward Greenhalgh could  be on the program.  -loa^T?  Mr. and Mrs. H. S|adg ejijoygd a visit  Trom their son and family from West Van-  -aouAier,JBiicLan(LEle.anoiLS.lade and. grands.  sons Bradley 8, Allan 5.  Checking on the government Mrs. Lily  RUBBER '-stam^.bf ial\  des-  FOR SALE or TRADE  eripUi>nS'---'-iiTOJ)5i--^bi'e- ^Obtained _16_FT.^ Travel', trailer.. $600 or  ^..4_,_  iGfi>or fl" '--j���-  itasi* for boat nf fiqnal value.  As the-school's only teacher,.Mr. Rus  sell Wheeler also plays an important role Punlop spent some time in Victoria visit-  in the^'cbhimufiit^ .and' has .'already or- ing 'friends and .was .guest.of her friehid  ganizeff many^^.mtirestirig activities for his Mrs.TIsaFel Dawson, MLAfbr this 'area  young charges, rhany of whon) Hravel by for a day" at the Legislature,- dining, in  boat fi*prh remote homes apfbisi-the Inlet. tJie   Legislature   Building.   This   was   a  Mr. Wheeler is a graduate of Simon ~^^^M^'JtonlQP-^^o:^����'^t-^Pst    1    IFHAf  DONT FORGET!  77771 Springils  Just Around The  Corner  GET THOSE LAWN MOWERS  AND OUTBOARDS CHECKED  " ' -'      'OV.ER  JU*.  .CLEAFUMG  _ Gas Caiis-^  ^������������������������^������������������ii'i  Quick servi^oiillf orders. etc.   Ph.   883-24171 7989-12   f^^^^ how  things   are   run  ��� ''"   '-��� logy. He comes here from Prince Rupert       ���   ine   s?s?ions.  MENT TO VIEW.  JSQON^^OM^ZAP!���Rgntosl-icvjew,. \ai���6Qx2Q��x.  60x150��� on  paved   road  with   lane  at  rear.   All  services, easy walking to beach, shops/ etc. -Unsurpassed value for only $4,400.  Beach ���cottage-  -1 bedroom-���for rent, furnished, $70  month.  Contact Lorrie Girard, 866-7244,or 886-7760;  Phil Strut, 886-7244 or  John Black,' 886-7244 or 886-7316/  Z.JM;.,  Wtm  *.  ond build  RETIREMENT SECURITY  with  Trans-Canada Shares  Retgremerif Plan  if Shares.'- purchased on or before Feb. 29, 1972  qualify as ��� deductions\ against Taxable Income for  1971. Write,,no>y,;wJre or telfphon^ for full details.-;  --^^i^^CAW^O^IWVEST^  -w-here^e^ugl*t^grad  tions during his university - years were  spent in the construction jndustry. Both  Mr. Wheeler and his students are enjoy- *  ing his _ appointment to Egmont School,  especially the nature ,walks in the very  scenic district. With the temperatures hitting a-record low1'this-year;1: Mr7 Whe'eter's  winter hobby has been chopping wood for  his airtight!        . "  As I understand it, the city's going to  deal with pollution as soon as it can  see its way clear.  Cowjrie Street, Sechelt  Phone 885-9626  Serving  Investors  since  1933:  CORPORATION LIMITED  '74* W. HosHngs Sf; VaiicouVer^���: 681 -2385  ..Mutual Fund /yjanagerpeot Cornpany. .,  ,.t ��i_tin.      U_  .Hi  '4,  lit  'i  . 'i  YOU MUSI StE THESE!  HERE'S THE OFFER OF' THE '"^ear  >      i <,'  PUT COLOR IN YOUR  I   H0MELHQWL  ;.,  ..     '���    I  2 only  ADMIRAL 19" COLOR ,  379.95  *#im��i*m*h��i**4,M***#mmi>m*Mmm*i*m*  Only from Admiral  3 Year Warranty on Picture Tube and Tuner  NEW from ADMIRAL  ; . ���  MISS COLIiEEN McKNUGHT; F   "  Teaching grades 5 and 0 in Roborls  Creek School, Miss Colleen MoKnight was  'born��in*VancouverMnndwgraduated,iirorn*  Burnaby Central High School. She, spent  one year working witli the Rwai Bi\nk  In'Vancouver before entering llio Education ���Faculty at tho University of British  Columbia In the fall of  SECHELT AGENCIES DATE PAD  ��� This free reminder of coming eyehts is a service of SEGHELT AGENCIES  LTD. Phone Peninsulo Times direct for free listings; specifying "Date  Pod". Please note that SDace is limited and some, advance dates may  have to wait flieii luiMr-oko^hatHbis-ts-q^r^tndef^istmg^  ftb7T6���2 p.m. St. Hilda's Hall, Sechelt^t^ Mary's Hosp.Aux. Volunteers Meetinq. giB"  Fr/i>. 16���-8 p.m. Sechelt Legion Hall. Bingo.  Peb. 16���8 p.m. Gibsons Urlited Gh-urch Hall. Recreation Centre Meet.  Feb. 17���1:30 p.m. Sechelt. Legjon Hall, Senior Citizens"'Branch- 69  Regular Meeting.  Feb.-J7^rr-2_pjn. Trail Ejfly^jAnLnext^Sgchelt.Schoo.l,, Meetinq^for all those '  -���:��� interested in -helping  retain 'Moy.>Dpy(; . ���        -., ���'������    7    -     ���  1:30 p.m. Sechelt Legion Halj, Sr. Citizens' Brajich 69 RRegular Meet.  Ffi^" ^���8 p.m. Pfender Hdrbdur'Community Hb|L-Blnao^-  r^bTl/-���A30 p.m. Welcome Beach Hall. Film:ShoW. PSCTrips & B.C.  wild life.. ���������'   7 V v   '���'���.*���  Feb.   18���1:30-3:30- p,m.   St.  Aldan's  Hall   Roberts Greek., ("arerits  Auxiliary Bake and Rummage Sale, ''  Feb/ 18���fiI p.m; Sechelt Indian Hall. Birigor ������''������  Feb,: 19���9 p.m.'-j ���a.m.iSechelt;l.egton:Hg.!!.-vBrqheh.f:'l'40:.bance;-:';,  -���Fefb.-ZO���1-4 p;m. Recreatiofi Centre site'Roberts'Greek, Comrriunity  ���   ��� Picnic, - "   '.         ..'.'..,.'  Feb, 214���2 p.m. .Heqlth Centre'.Gibsons. t).A.P.O, Branch 38. Regular  .  .    Meeting, ,  Feb,' 2,1���8 p.m. .Comrnunlty"Hall/v Madeira' Pprk.^^ Recreation Centre  Meeting. .  ?      ASK FOR OUR FREE CATALOGUE OF REAL ESTATE :  [Multiple :Listing   Service.  " ''VoncouYier Real Estate "  "���"'���"���f" "Tgoorj'4-i-....i.r ���   REAL ESTATE  INSURANCES  t��AP1t1v_.   i.   ^>, t. _ U^i.     # M Im^*'** *  ^i**'(**�����ijj^Ctffii'i*fW**f**^4?*i(i'i**[ j     ^  1  Phone 885-2235  '' Bwl'i8#''Sechelt7BlC.  ���w"tnl������rph^ ���wrtff^ri  SOI.ARCOJR5R  ,,:��� �� , , ,  I.. ..,-.., '..,..     .'���...,  "S0L*ID*W00p^GAPINET*^wNew*Solor^<38lbr*Pic-  fure f ubb^ More Than 100% Brighier w With  Admiral 3 Year Warranty, PLUS New Color Monitor For Life Uke Flesh Tones. SuperScope Tuner  .Systemv Solid^StdtewAutomatic^Fi  Precision-Crafted Color Chassis.  ���wi^mi^'HAyj^^  During her university years, Miss Mc-���  Knight spont summer vacations fts-pJuy"'  Rrduncl /lender".������worRirig    witli ,Bu,i'imby  .Porks.,and. Rocrontiori Dept,, ond winter  work ns n toon program supervisor,  HOME HANDYMAN PAINTING TIPS  WWWMWMMWMt'^��M^^��MMMMWMMM>tM>  NYGREN SALES  (1971)  LTD,  *TourPAfCO*PAINT"  DEALER In GIBSONS  On tho Wharf * 886.9303  Quality^ Houbo and Marino  Paint,  wwwniwnwiiiwnnnwwwwiiwiWBW.  ��uuuuMMUuwuuiwwwimMiMmvw  ���........ .. .     . _*,-i.t"  "- ��� �� ^THl^ ENAMEL- I^INT ��E��i^AL^"���"^��  )qzz up old'iumlture^lth':''fl''''"<5olorlHJl'-vcocjti--of enamol;  sugpsts the Canadian Paint ManMfa��fturQrsAsso^IaTion. YoTir  most battered[pieces���<rchair; cabinet or desk���can become  worthy pf yoqr living room display when scars-and scratches  are coyorad with ehampl. rBo bolc|���try daring shades HKo  m'ustard yellow, bright turquoise blue, Chinese red or emerald  $������M��***����w��~wwMuwMMM��*����������Mj green. Tho bright splash of color will delight you.  WtfRE  SHARPSHOOTER WITH A SPRAY GUN  ._."-���",  *ivi��n'''S,��ifw��cii*"  G,W.G, Work Ckotho*  Work Gloyet  SECHELT,P.C.  MW>wwywwwwiniyiniin��wnniiniJ|  J.,.,  ^^^^^^ , ,., ^^w*^^ n ^W|  BUILDING SUPPLIES  S^^ww^^.fc^pB^flarowi^pUwewwT^ 9um*. GA&*>>*m-*m'Qw^^ fl^r*"f*WH*'^p��iiw��^iw��j^iiw��^��fmm>i!iwmmm*mfrB<*****!. U<mm  unsnine loaxt IV iaies & iervices Ua.  COWRIE STREET, SECHELT  _THE��NEW��  IRIXJCARB  ' TJ SERVE     ,  -~-----^py-gun9ta��re'^har^  showc|ownsj but don't.fofgQt<to t,hlo t\\o paint before using,  these applicators,' Chock, with your-dealer, and follow label'  | directions for, proper'mixing procedures, reminds fhfiJPw-  dlpn,Paint Mah^faoiurors Association,       ,   ,  (ii,i i  .       4*. .���\>  '       '    ,' I   ,1  PHONE 885*9816  .' ���' 7 i f 1 vn  I   In '���   I tg.H i  watch our Display i \  > ii... i 'it'iiifs t  >^__^^___m^_______mm  i.t.i. n,i \i  COAST  CALL  '"Birlori"1 pn rHb^q  .     |l 1  686-2283  .i>.i  COLORS FOR CHILDREN  children s room Is a refuge during tho |6ng winter  f__U_w*2__&,WH^*^^ ���"��� '���'*.. 7.,''' ,a "������-, h   i ^ .fr'f'F^Tr^'ii-l^ri-^"^r^i^v-m-mmr*  M^l^lnyf44ii|WwwwiW����W��^��>y��|l����^����T����^^  . 1    ^_m    *   -            *                 i  '  ���           il                                 i         _m                i      X__ l'*i.i        .ft ^                                 i.          ***       kttl     *i           _. *      ll                             m     '          _                   '                      IU                              '                                                                  T     i  I?*', *pi?   '' .''   , ! %\    V*' '' , ���   ��� 7'  ������. .',    '7:; '> ' ,              ,'.,'{ '��� ���    ��� , .':   ''��� ���.     '  ������'(Mwf**  mmmm'taHH'H**"**��*^*'  ���������ii ���"�������������� t<��  ��m^i^k��.*m��*i  ii^Mmmim^  .months, and should bo decdrated as'sucfi Use bright colors  ! that r reflect .'the light and .cheer, up the. ypurig personal itlei.  Try painting tho1 walls, a flat off��whlto�� pnd use red/gnecp,  il.   . 'Imti'i i/.i.i. !>., .' ��� .,,  X. "'];<.      .,  'V* >','ii>,','W'-l7,,(l��.,Jli<-l/^l'll��iVlllll ,i'      "'.    ','!  blue or yolldw,on acC(5iit;pieces, Enamels are,recommended' , ,       , ..,.,  for maximum protection against youthfull waU*aftlstry;'-   ' */", 8.P5-M88  �� ^ J     v,./;,,'  a ��_v\_i.k___Sl i�� ��_>'#"���'-���  '���i_m^'.i*,Uii MMm��mmmtm*kmmmgfmmmif��_nAv Ii '  1   I    '     " J '    1      ''     'A      ,     4-��   II-   ���� ">       " '  ,144. ,(.i    U��'4l4^fi#^H4��.^W!R4'w��4^4����^,.t4^,^J(|^44l'.4'^)W4fU.U*i  TWIN CREEK  BUILDING      '  /      Your  Gllddon Paints ,,.,,  Dealer   Two Location*   ,,  i. to sory*_������ ���������  1. 'you,     ���  W^n��m4��)iMf-4��MB<)li>y ^y^^<|l^^ft**^W9W' JmftxMtwtiwbt \fff_<-^it_n  Highway  , 886-2291  -r7$ECHELT  11  *H  \4;ii\*"\*i.>\  I' -<��� 7-  1 :.���  ���\  44^**44*  ,' ��!.',���  4Mi'|.i����'i.iwmi����y miwwwwwi*  '>���    fnl,V   II'���  I ,i,4     ���    tt (I'l'lll'l'll*  f,  tf *����H y.i ' i vi'1<i f|,i'iM'*i'>''  "$_''  ��7'�� '  V'li   'I *l 1I4   I l��,l   'i',   ��' 'M ' '���'  ����'i"> "7    ����� i 'ij .    t '  '."  L, d  'IV  i-Wi.  ,1' '  ���\ 7 1,  ���h',i  ij,'<7 fi',.���>iii'. "i>i'J'fl||| ���fU^)'ti��i-.,,7f7'f"' I,-,-  ,     L. .   I I I ^ . I I I       . I I    )        I      .  '���WiX'  ,. I 7" "  7 ,/���    ���    !���    '   *   ���     ; ",'.'     7 '^v<'';'^  ,H.���.~f,    7,    .,,   ,4'�����*.i|��4.4,*��,,|l4*(~44��lw|.,,,#..;!..nl....4|.,��,��lV-..-,.|,v<i   n.l��,  y   f   rf ^    ^ ^ >.   ��� f 9, ���  f    \< m If l^.l ^  '        | HI    . . ' -,.,   Ml     ,.'.,,     ,      ��� ,, | 1 7     .',        .',. _ ���->. 1^.*"  *���������  .  :   . -  . vi; ��� -          The Peninsula Times   7   Wtedpescloy,JFebruary 16, 1972  ��1 . , 7 ���  ���  -��� ^���^-^ ____ *7 Jfe  Jobies ..   -  Besides being active in their Order,    for the ensuing six months are from    gina McConnell. Front:. Candy Har-  Job's Daughters are very community    left back row: Valerie Roberts, Kar-    rison, Gail Roberts, Cathy Morrison,  minded  young  people    who^f&>��--^^  -j^oTllfTTum^^ ���fiiierjd-Ei      " "*w1 C^A" ^--"^oo  Accepting the responsibility of office .       ,       ' ���'-.._.'- *.._  t  j CHUCK STEAKSi:  | COD FILLETS  :B'^iim��^��ra��it��H^Ea   i  wiiiitifj/Hfnjiiiiii/fftiJiiiJUtifiifiiiiitifiiiiiiiJiiifM^^  i'TAMJI-TACD '���������'^flftri  S    IlllHill   1  1 IP %      MEXICAN. ������*   M������    S  S   ������ ���        "' ������������."������".���.'        ���"��� :77.-.l77    :������----"--:-.----:.;-  .77   : yy   - ,������^,.c ,.-  "      7^"*.   |  yrfmMitf/fititfftnifftMttiiiimmttf&MM^  ."Mexican. Imported No. 1 '_���:..f���  1 CHERRY   TOJ|ft^IQES Mexican. Imported No, 1  ..44.444',   4A'444-.;  carnations   ���was   presented   to   the   now  _.             4.1                 i                 rroTICiency .,������4���*:���.,   ,4,.,..   i3���4i,ni carnations   was   presented   10   me   new  For    outstanding    pcrtormance    in Saturday s presentation arc:  Bethel Qucon  b    lho Robinson   brothers, Mr,  special and regular ceremonies, .Guardian Mrs. Jean Roberts, Valerie John Robinson making the presentation  Job's  Daughters   may - now  qualify Roberts present holder ot the award;        >     M,-,_^   for  the  ritual  award" presented "by Mrs. ��Hauka and Shelly Benson, first awards             ,,.,,���,  .'   llauka. Pictured irom lett during, last t|UI.inB lhc puHl six monlhs and apceplci  At Roberts Creek ....,..,���   -nv."��>��;   Chosen by secret ballot, Barbara Roh-  )io  ng the past six months and accepted  the Merit Pin i'rom previous holder Linda  'CMTOPPftlli''''!"'''''''|,i''77^  A new honor has'been awarded Job's  Daughters, bestowed by Past Guardian of  tlio'JBetliQl, Mrs. Margaret, Hauka.  It Ih  'ii "beautiful"burnished scroll which .bourn  !'t:hQ,-numes��of-,l,liORO'"quallfylngi**lorfHho  Ritual' Award    for  outstanding   porl'or-  inunw) in .spQclul,j\i*(;lri,'egular coremoniua.  yii's'l lioldcr-uf 4,ho-nwth:drSTiolly Bon-  NOW  In  its  rilx.tuiiUi  yemr,  Bothol  No,    rluil-iv-v\4vito^BH��ltt-twiTTOn^-wftli''pxu,plQ''    son "promiiildrl tho soroll'lo Valdrio Hob-  Bethel 28 Jobs Daughters  installation of officers  151), lntoi'iuitloniihOi'ilur ol7h'ib'H"rJii,iigh* ribbon   ami   a   tiny   wlillu   and   purple or In  lor hor profldoncy in  two uluirguH  tci's i'Iiuiiu tho 'J'wonly-tl'iird Psalm hh tl'to posy,   ��� during (ho past  torni,  ilu-mc I'pr  lanl  Salurday'i* iiri'tallatioii of          Kololat   was     Minn   (,'andy     Harrison Slhiplidty  ��� and     ulucorlty,     ovUlt-'iil  '     '"ofl'ieiuri'i iioklliithij'Matic)ine'']iai|, H'oboi'lH^ brouglil  ���    -Crook.,     '   7���''������'       ' '   ���'���''������������'--���������>>������"' many lm'lallatlowi.  ' : ",  .       ���,       . ��� ,���.. hl/ili commendation in llio,form.of many  Inlwluwl  bv  IJiMhol Guardian Mrs. officers " " eoiiuralulalFonH^NloiHU'd to tho lnstalllnn  Joan Hoboi'tn. and AHlui! Amioolalo.aii.ir- omwrH   Ini'talied   fur   tho   next,   six !����'��'����u 'ho a��wj)l.rit'Hpu Ml^J'Wllrlim    |    W  .    friiiirMinnrr'FC^Mv'lrnl^Iiinti^   Mliiu J,,v,u,,i   Ja:dy mxtarm^  l"ipor..nt.-Johlo tuiH-tion with grm-o and Junhtf Wom^U^^^ 1  youtlilul I'liiirin. , . janclu   Campbell   and    Marshall,   Karon iml,iiW ��"��� "���� "Vionaici uiq coiomuny.    |,  ' AnHlHlIng tin) rotlrlugllunoi'bcl Quooii' Vauglian,         ' ;   , ;.fi ^.w,, ., quardIAN - GOUKf(gJtL '    '  Vvoru  punt   Hoiuirod  QiKJOiiK:   Miu   Piun Appolnhid ufficorn7 Chaplain, Sholly Kxcoutlyo ���pbUiol' Cliiai'dlan' Council  .Mamihallt   Mrs,.^arilyii INhiiin  C iii|i-, TimHHi'orr-Houthor-Moffia^MwHoiiKoi'ri.-'^AHwiolrlra^W Frank Bulloy;  lallr, Mi'M, Carol  llori-us, Hr.  CuHtodiuni     (Sluu|y  vwmm   ciioryl  Kiuiuuw, Martha    Suorolury, Mrs. i'OHunii^y Lawspni Dlruii.   -MriirUlwn^  Jlrakniiul '(ait"Proxy);' Caiuly 'lliu'rlson,    tor  rtf  Muslq, ' MrH,  Dprothy   ParsonHj  w^luluo��J\Aaolvp|WlOi��HM��oixloiw��iuiu��aUag��^(-  Boaror,   Inula ling   Narrator    was   Mrs. (���.|u  Huhortt*;  .Ir,  Custodian,  Gail   R��b' Awoulnto  BqIIioI  .'OyiircUnn  Council  , Mari'arot.limiki; aiallnslalliiig-MuHiulan orln; Inner Cluai'drlloatliorDunoani Onto ..MrH,,Iil,FlHhor1-.MrHr Q, <ty\y\ov and Mr��r  wan Mm, Mao l��'roor. . tluai'd, Barbara  Uoborts,      , '        Clurry Qtiwh., ��� ��� \  ..Pyinlii'flliilnH Ihii iliuiuo. wlil��h'"lii<H hoiui       dliiillanl ��� wit fn" happlnonn    thVuiinlunir*'"'"' "Following 1 luT"l wo 10 >\ 1 i ��� tr b i*o i VV<��ii y, i I uji  '���"iiuo iilvtli(r iniifil'fiivorllo I'm  ,Hidn1^il.H,|)ttf{li-^r',tlw^MiVHt.lUli'th)nr,'lloi��)i,<��d QuMOirDjmnn^Woihori.^Clrclo'-HorvrifhrQrroflljmbntH mul  out lho I'luilui'lim, wan a vory iilmplo brlngn troinoiuli'iuii unlhuiiiiiHin lo hor now llunorud Quoon D0111111 and lior two print  wlillo iimill lllunlrulod In jaild lollorlnit offloo, HI10 In tho luiifiind 'ilaugiitui' of Mr, .msnos pnmklod ovor lho dutllng of tlui  \vni,,,.Uiu.���up(inhi|.i7wuriii'7r,niu~..Loril 1h���,tihuI Mm. Cliarloii.Mamlolkau lo.bu olocloil    lu:aul1l'tiliy,'<teu'oi'ali)d liako.   . "      ,  ,41,'' ' 4**A^.U'4l'.p.W'.M.��^,|'...l^.4440'#ai..',ll|!*4Sifl44i(  ���;���_  oil 'Willi purplo lliji-jii, -(mo tor oitoli .loiilti, Knilowlng lit lho Irailillon unlalili)Mhorl ��� In 1111)0, lho I'lrnl'mull irahi hitIvimI  minidai'd'ti oi';'iiui*|ilo 'lin(r.,\viilt��,',l'luw'*rtf ovor lho nowly, complutod Olluwa-Prui  I'lnnluul 1.110 nymliol and oai'h .loblvt-vai'"- a l)iMudlfiii:'hnuviui*t'"nif"phi|<r"-*ind*',wiillo ��� noolt-rallrondi " -(~~y ������-������������'- ���  :  "V" ''*  M,��4I��1I4*��    ,..,.���. , r.n   ,.  ^,,f���l,,..%,.,f.,<(���(Jl,,��,���,  M1  .l>l,l  TILLICUM BAY  la-fl Vo  French Fries �����^  1 , 1 ,  Tomato Catsup  Orange Crystals  Aluminum FolJtyrM'[  Apple Juice  2,ib7i;::.;-qr v-rv^5c-- Weiners & Peans  Hun..,   :,, j^; 89��    Green Beans ^c,,r- ^a  10 ox   Tang,. .  /��/3��/l��,D�����  City Fancy, 14 ok,  .89��    Cornbil^'oac     '  1 1 (I t  . 37c    PM��^?!?* Powder  , TMo,  5 II), each  lSabol>tf  11 ft "jftlw.h.^4^��.,h.l  % for &9C     Bathroom Tissue  Faijllly, Zoo,   . roll faf*  Beef Stew f'mt>  A ox,  * (or 79      Aspirin 1001 'ouch  Thanks The Times and all Businesses  , ' \ i \ �� ' 1    i ( ,  (ii>i.Hm^t)fii��iifltwi<'*f����>��,iii.wM��i>i<'>'i  For Tho Fine Response On Our Expansion  "T"  WE THANK YOU  -   ,. L-"1  ���",  'k*  1 n  .#���.V ,u ....    1.   ."7   i>,,.*,l,A>n,i���.7\��,>.h,i,ih.,,..<^   ,. I   ,^,  . ,',..,*��  lin')!  EFFECTIVENBRUARYi7*h-THR��iOGH23����  l^fy^maiNiwiiww^tmiiwiv^g^auainwu^^tf T^riru fj-f'f'^j'M'j;! k'J ii'iiv.i'f itiw r.>i iimff'ii"*'!^.'.^! jmu^raaM m^'^'  MUSJUWl,^  WtaWfaWrfll^i^^SWII^lllllllMBH^^  Sechelt Super Markpt  rCowrlwrStroot; Socholt  '���Ml'fMftfMii^lMJfliti/J^ 4*h*m* rttf*,f pWI fH-*!^*-**^ Vp��****T**'^^ .���itVBif.^^fc^Wt^^B*^^*!**^^**^'^^f^Mt^^H #'*ll'i*'lf1't^��A*p#i.  wiwiiiwbi*^^ Wmm*H^  Phono, 885-9416  4       "' :  i*_m^*m_^/mH&Hmfa 1 Hl4��l��4��y^i||l|i*4ii4..  ,  '        <��� ��������  ���,,! '        I      I     *.        ������  I1 I1 I I  ,''1     ,'t   ' l'        II,   '        I'        '  K-'     -'-'     '''���   - '-   "' -P  ���  ���   - " ���'- ���   '.N'^**-!*  ../'.  'li. I    ,     M.|^,;.' '/   ���""   ;,     '[,",     >"r��ny��'_i*~'tl  ,{<<!  ��-Hl*  , ',   i, >       7 .      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West   Canarii.ir}.. './rap hie ^industries'
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'Madeira:.;Park Happenings
INTER-SC^HOOL Games: On-February 8 .'
...... Sechelt  Girl'*'  volleyball  team~lr.ayel-
Jusf. Waiting
With the lake frozen-over there's riot   Tmi: wait aroun(05r  spring,  along
much for a eouple of wing-cropped    with -the—Ganada—geese—and ducks-
swans to do in the Ruby Lake area    who. have found a  sanctuary  with
the Gerick family at Ruby Lake He^
sort;     .
led to Maderia' to play pur girls. Two
games were played with Sechelt winning
-bo h' games after a hard fought-series?"Mr.
Reid brought- the girls to Madeira and
•helped to referee one of the games. The
"tournament coming "up on7JE.ebruary "17
:should- prove-to be very interesting- one
vWith all schools enteritog-top-teams..
——POSTER CONTEST:  The Giade..-Se^
7ens taught -by Mr. Wislilove-entered the
, i's Hostels Program to assist^community
groups in setting up lodging a"nd information centres in communities "across" Can-
ida. '
Last year, approximately 80,000 young
people—were lodged-in^96 hosIe3|7sM"up7::
liom  eoast to coast tinder the  program.
The first hostels are expected to open
m the first week of June, and each hostel
—will also serve as an information centre, -
.integrating the services offe'fe'dlast year
—by David  Hyatt,
Canadian  Cancer  Society   poster  contest.
, 'lhe" bfest poster in the room was selected
and sent to VancouveinW'"iutt"gm:g7~M^;T—
tin Knutsoh's poster was the one-seleeted-
to be sent in to Vancouver.      - -
February 8, a meeting was held at our
school to discuss the proposed recreation-
■■centre.  Many  of the  parents showed  up
IptJJie evening meeting.
HOUSE STANDINGS: Team 3 is-sttH-
$34 million . .
"by^theTj^ormatioii kiosks.
Additional services at the hostels this
year will probably require larger staffs.
jln   1971. around  400  youths  were .hired
;by the hostels in operation.
:     Hostel staffs will offer- travelling youth
""Trfl'orTrTgtiTffr-T^^ nii  toc?l. Rm-
ployment   opportunities,   recreation   and
in 1 he lead wiih 31 points. Next is team
2' with 18 points, third is team 1 with 10
points;  arid team  4 has 8  points.
VALENTINE'S DAY: Many of " the
lower ..grades will be haying Valentine's
Day parties on Monday afternoon.
CHESS CLUB:.The Chess Club3oacii=-
iTiga touTriaTneTttr to select the three Jaest
players in the school Prizes will "be awarded- with a chess board and set going to
the first-place winner. We have some
very good players competing such as Arthur J^ns^tTfioddy-T^Hr^-reddy^^^nTioc
. and Mark Sladey.
FRIDAYS^8:C>0 p,m.
Jackpot $300
$75 TO GO
cultural  activities,   and   will  be   able  to
make medical and legal referrals for those
-Asjho-reqttire this type of service^-
OTTAWA—The federal government's Op-     training program which emphasizes com-
portunities for Youth prbgVam is to
be continued and expanded in 1972, with
a .budget of $33,978,000/4 It is expected to
provide   summer   employment  for—more_
munity assistance projects and additional
training positions at cadet summer camps
will be provided by the .Defence Department  this  year  §s—past—oi—the  federal.
regional office of the; Department, of _thefl_
Secretary   of  State.   (See  attached   list). -
Groups   planning   io .apply    for   grants
should bear in mind that completed application \forms   must be—submitted—nn
The federal* government grants will
be madejl o local organizations which can
demonstrate that they are receiving local
support. The organizations are asked to'
'submit their proposals for hostels before,
April 15th 1972 t6:: *   '  ''•
Hostels Program—Department  of  the
Secretary of-State, 130 Slater Streetr
than 29,000 young people and to involve     summer   youth    employment    program.   . ..lat^thsn^hree jnonths. before .avpriu§qL__   Ottawa, .Ontario
another1;860   young   people   as
"These programs, which include the nor-
Inaraepartmental suiiuttef-^feg^amsf^wTB-
In 1971   Opportunities for Youth ere-     provice summer activities for some 40,000
'd^ummerlobTlor' 27;^
is due to begin.
ituiw^^rimrTH^ LAST.
■  .       "V
¥oung people who wish to'*wbrk~irr~~
hostels- shouM^apply„at local or studenta.
jTcost of $24,712,001).
The average salary for post^secondary
students is up to $1,100 from $920 -in
1971. The salary level for high school
students remains at about $600.
... Opportunities for, lYouth offers young
people a chance to serve their communi:
ties and. to benefit personally from the
experience. It ^challenges youth to focus
on commuitity rather" than" Individual'
needs, and on social rather than personal
went to a wide range of community, edu-
.r,atJiQna,LJAud,/reCTeatifto.,'l , spjvitres, jx__\.
In addition, civilian employment-will
be provided for a number of students at
defence establishments across the country. Funding for this employment will
come from a supplementaryTbudget: covering, ^allgpyernme^
Defence Department's share^of this project has not yet been announced but last
year 2,722 students were employed in a
"similar""program "Which: provided woik
for up to 12-weeks at locally prevailing
wage  rates. 7
mat.summer  Reserve training progiams
for   approximately    6,700,   an   additional
_ Canada Manpower Centres or get directly
Secretary^bf State-'Departmentwillmake'ln   touch" "witii ""local"' bFiani^tianTii;re^"
$1.2   million   available   this   year   under    ceiving funds under the program.
885-9767 - Box 1897 Sechelt
to envii-onment, information and cultural .7^^.' Rents' Mil be .feh^UeTO-On?
projects. -   - 'training.  It  is  also expected  that some
_.    '      ,      '   '     .7     7L     .,,• 1.      "IVOOO cadets will be added to the noimal
.  The kinds of-projects which will .be■ v^^^gtimtnef 'camp erirolment7bringing
considered are similar to   ast vear^ wg| ;!:r^,b,.,« to .approximately 20,500
the emphasis on community benefit and y*y■■^\^p^i \ne^fiscrves and cadet I'p'ia
youth   m^ increase'
given, whenever possible ^those,:wi^ '%, t^if -faMii over' the formal Depart
Jln^greatPst. nnpd ..Spprial efforts will..hP   ,„jnonr^ggt^r^t^Tainr^ ^~
made   to-encourage  increased  participa- ^he funds beipg provided for the civi-
^ion. .by ivomen;students. Cnteria^^id:   aiah^^ "to   $1.4
admimstra ion  -procedures    are,   being    ^iUi6h  approxMeiy7the same as last
worked out m close cooperation with the   • y-^   s0^ 2,30fltudents  will  be  en-
provinces. .   ,...,....  ,   7     roll^diM ^ig. ^rograrn7v
acceptable, aimorig them,projects' submit-    L'ANGUAGE TRAINWQ'" '
ted  by  government  or  business,  profit
making ventures and pure, ldisure projr
 £cte/.vv,:7,;;;,^  .;;;;,.:7
Criteria  for assessing  proposals  will
be youth involvement, community ben-
,.,efit, feasibility,.;and;,originality.       • .
".'" Priority will be given'to projects
—initiated by youth
-■-^involving 3post-secondary-rstudentsvr7-v
. —having tl*a most1 participants cooperat-
•"■•-ing in-the-planning~stages-—'~% -yyy.
—intending to pragtice democratic'
"-■••"■; management- -: '"■■"" v;';",i'v',i-,:',7-!''',-j-j"5"'1
(—creating new services insthe community,
—demonstrating    support   in   the   com-
' '" munlty
7;Tiic; typical   project, 'would.inv.olvo.
olgiit lo 12 people and havo 'a budget
of $10,000 to $16,000. Projects requiring
• more rcHourcos will also bo conaldqred.
1    Applicants will bo asked to. describe
, their project, outlining whut' tlioyjliopo
to act'onipllsli and what, stepn thoy plan
lp-■ lulwivto aclijovo tholr bbjoptivos, Thoy
and how miuiugomqnt dceisionH arc to
bo' made, Tliqy must identify groups in'
lho community, who will, bonoflt, describe    »»«■> pmylded training for 2,f)00'Hludonts,
lho'need for tlio project, und list volun-'' onot,p travpt1
Uu7--hoJp...«nd-roHQur(^p;'l|wy'"cnn--'COu,nt ' ■, ,nr
jqiLI---..—„»>^_-L-—I.I.U.... .' " '   '       !",,'!'"'"'
.   .     D,.;.:.:.,.mi»|^>gTnjibouy
fnroffi' vrtboUt ^,000 yloung people l'or nummov
_:_\\%lT.:r ti*uvol In 1072 under the continuing1 your-.     .. •
mil abudgot, Sului7..gMldoIlW-.«rw~.pvw--~1.-,-lvii;^ril, ,n,n„nj.B 4-K„ -    .,    ,    ,
**10 'J^Wof *tllQ*tntW l*budROt,l*Or'*20 %"w*™W^>"sw)w^Wr*'™
tlonal ci'isdrt'' >     ,7    OMIio total number travelling more
March 1   Onlv. In .nxronllm^ ii-    IP ilU»i IB Will visit, i\ provliieo or toiv
:n^'Si SSu'Kn thn'h llieir. pwo. under, tho
,.     For    the  third, -summer/,,  the  federal
l.gpVe'rnmont is sponsOrihg second-language training' TEpi" :ppst-;secpndary students"' NIn wvlew'; of'''Increased "demand on
the part of students, the program is be-
,ing expanded this^eai',;..^.,;,.,.,^
Uhder the 1972""prbgrarn7'i;^e government .will provide  up  to. $2,160,000  for
vsbm&;7,-,3,600.~.post«f599ondary,PJstudenls to
improve their knowledge of English oi
~Prench~aHd~*become""famili"ar" with   the—
culture associated .with the language iKby
'■arQ^-studying^,. ; 7 .■■-■■'■•'•• "■• '-■>-}■J ^■-«1 - ■--•.'-■ ■• ■■"-'•■■■-
^♦^•AirtJ^vpnii'iij wo«rw.^Miiw.^iu
by ,the  government,, "out  students, will
provide their "own traiisportatioh to and	
last Hbput six wdeks;,7                       .-
Discussions aro 'now in progress with
the Council of Ministers of Education of
Canada concerning administration of tho
program.    Interested ■   students    should
WntohTor'tho announcement of details "
of  tho  program  in  major  dally  newspapers, • ■ 	
.. ,ln the, 11)70, program,. 1,10Q students ,
■i'ooolvod-JnnKUHf?'o-trnfniiiR-'niHr'W}'il"*t6'  '
the federal government of $(100,000. Tho
1071 progvam had a • budget of $1,1)00,000  '
Tax rerorm is now law, To explain how it aljccts
you, wo recently conducted a hiassivc', (fidilib'ut of. r ,,,
includedi»ii»ihomuiUiig;Hst,: ::i'y:z.iz:::■::'., ..j.;'..,.:;,...:„i.'7^Z^'lv,'."j5.':".',"""^..^'^r:,,',/...^,,,,,,,,:,.., 7,,,,.,,,,,,
If so, there aro two basic booklets you need in    or pick thpm up at your, local post olTicc.
order to havd n goncral understanding oC how lux ' • ■■<   Rcrhombor/''iV)s in your own interest to rend
• ■„ "HifihHB^s Top'I ndi Yidual^
♦'YttluWlon Pay1'
"■  1'"'"1  Ml', 	
them. By propapng iiQW, it wllllbc pasicr to lllp your
income tax1 return in 1973.  *   	
->f    I   I  -.IH
' *l;frpm   Canada Manpower '■ Contros, ■ In-  " W",   ° '.,hT  wtlw ,",'° -fiooRniphlcully,
 fovn*uUon,.C'MHu.,t,..u*.U'.>/^^ w ,,uloil« ^ ,m"
llio fiJoorotary of Stale Department nn of    7V"L,.u1,l1"1unlH^^7r7:***—,'        7 '■
_____a_M__V___JM»CLAUiLlu^ LJ-iJ^!^^
Jnformutlon and1 usHiHliuico m planning projects Will too available this year
through local flojd. worJ-ers attached, to.,
jflvo   regional   Opportunltloi,   for   Youth
.ronio, wlnnliHig'iuHl Vancouvu-',    ,
REBEIWE FohcES     '••'   ,     :''    '   " ' ^ , r	
""■""Tnowm^^ a  civilian    Kn»iiin, amy ho.olilnlned.froin IImmichi'ohI
 „         ,    lhe_rI|,iiuiii_Mua4-Jli*Ki-'—fc^*-t-x-
change! prugnuhlH to help Canadians understand tho diversity of tholr country
and1 to encourage them to got lo know
people from "different rogions, and learn
about their. many, social and, cultural
r„,. ,.„.,.
Detailed Information on criteria and
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1 i/i»5,»»5.'w l��xejcuttv��? (3et,~T6cjeth��   _^  Hd   acquaintances   .were.., renewed Finlayson, John Btinyan, Walter Ny-  earli'er this'month when former ex- * gren, Al White..Middle row: Walter  ecutives and secretaries of tfre Gib- ��� Emerson, Morris Nygren, AL Boyes,  sons  Wildlife   attended  the   group's Mickey Jay, Andy Anderson,  John  regular meeting.  Shown-are  (back Matthews. Front: Sandra Jones, and  [���e^T^&ter Ann Knowles.  Gibsons editorial comment . . .  Why Shop locally?  EDITORIALS ' are    not   'uncommon  In  The local businessmen are among   the  Jmpnrtant   souEcaa���of ���tax^inc  plight of a lot of businessmen in  a .lot poured into the tov^n coffexs7l��L-pr_o.v.ide  Ot   small   10W11S,   GibsOllS   and   Sechelt .inc .���"- w'*h f'rn..prntprtinn  anH pnlirprflpp anr*_  eluded. ,.-..���...  ,..,... and  streets, and sidewalks-, and., .all., the  7 , , , . other material services  which make life  As you know   the merchants  in this ea4oyable    The   businessmen   pay   a   far  community use  the pages  of  this news- higher   total. of  taxation  than   do  home  fcaper to display their wares for your in- owners  ior   their   miU  rate   is   set. at  -  spection   and   invite  you  to   make   your hi her level   In  addition they all pay a  purchase m your home town. separate   levy   called   a   "business   tax."  A  great many people In - these f com- And  very  frequently  they  are  the  men"  munities do just that  On the other hand, who take  the  timo  and trouble -to lead  a  great "many  others  will  plan   on  o"he, in  civic  improvements  and  welfare prq-  two or three expeditions to a city in the jects. .      *  JfcA^KlF VOfiFI   AND TOM GODBER ARE PLEASED TO  ANNOUNCTTHEY HAVE NOW TAKE^TOV^RTGIBSONr  MARINE SERVICES LTD. AND GORDIAl^LY INVITE YOU  TO VISIT THEM M THtlfc NEW RREAAISES.  _____________________mBmo^^  ACROSS FROM TWIN CREEK  BUILDING SUPPtV"  SUIN|SH1NE  CQA^HIfiHWAY^ISIBSOWS  ELECTIVE  MONDAY, FEBRUARY 21  J_w__9__w_m_m  fl)inNW1l)Mb_____l__^  * MARBNE MECHANBCS  MRS.  MAUREEN  SLEEP  MRS., GAYt1  PEDNEAULT   -^-^MT^Maiirppn^Wp^^ e        Mrs. Gayl Pedneault, her husband Dig  and  three children, live on'Poirit*Road     and.ISuTdOTei^  ��� , ." ���    , ���      t     j.        __*'  ��� _.   7-      .   ���       Landing area. Gayl was born-iri Vancou-  ���* ��ai vHopkins Landme. Maureen Was born   ��� yer  ^ raised ^ -n Vancouver ah^  in Vancouver, raised at Roberts Creek, Kitimat, Prior to .their mbving to Gib-  and then moved to the Gibsons, area. sons seven years ago, the Pedneaults lived  ������^g?"' Maureen  took  part  in  sports  during     on Bowbn Island.   l|chool and enjoys playing golf when time"       Gaiil participated in sports during her  ilp'ermits,  A  very  active  member1 pf, the     school years,  but this is  her: first year  community   in   her   various < roles   as   a,   as a  soccer coach. She, enjoys working  .substitute teacher; and 'executive' member"' with children arid has just recently retir-  of ihe Boy Scout group committee; an ed after three years from the position  active, member, of ...the- ^  Association as a first year soccer "coach;' ada' Association, Active' concerned mem-  Maurqen has agreed to continue as a bers of this calibre are valued by the  coach for the ...girls. Hoc-Soc, program, , ,   Gibsons Athletic Association, , >t .,.  ,  _.^_____���^ .......j- iatter ���w-Wte-^izFWyou  wont be  category will make their costly trips out talked into shopping at-home merely be-  ���'of-town merely because of tne novelty cause we bave convinced you the poor  *of shopping in strange stores.           .     ' down-trodden    businessmen    need    your  ������������������                                      ' patronage.   Perhaps,   however,   we   may  Th^re  is  no law wnicn  dictates that convince you that it is in many'^dFybur"''  any person must shop ip his own town��� own best interest to support those people  *  but-JfS,MY����$ 4?omm9P. ,^se would in- who. support you and the town you live  I*���dicate  that���a-ll-t-he���dollars���earted--awajy-. tii.~'~r\7"~~rr~. ~ :r -g-~  '   ~  to some other .place constitutes-a'drain on ".",,-..,          ,    ,      .      ,   ..,  the economy of our communities, which At  least, take   a  look   at  what  they  seriously weakens the fibre of the town nave to offer before you go trucking off  or Village we-live in.   ".,'"    ' " '      to the city.  * AUTOMOTIVE MECHANICS  ; lti.cei.&&TWffi^  S��5m  MRS. PAT BRAITHWAITE  MISS KATHY WHITING  Frmil. niul two children, live in tho Bay    umujl.tor of Mr. nncl Mrs. Hay WhlUn.fi,  nrnirnf ������(JIIhoiih   Put wni Imrn and rnlHod ��� Will), Hvt(*v,0|*, ffrnnkllll  ftoiul in QUwnH,.  men ol C iDnnnn, l at wnn Mom and iiuhwi    K(U|,    W)(M b(JJ,n [n V(UK,duv01< lml h(y)  liwWlni*lpott,...M��n.,-..��na moved,.��lo���.Un,\, ���boon ���.,..r0nHlant of ������Qltoronn "for-the <pn��t~ -  coaHt l^.yearii.iiW^OHTXIlOrtB'ralU^altOH,*  have been mnnl-ponrmnont^ronldonln of Mlphtnntono flecondiwy School, Kathy oi>  CllbfuniH for t[\w pant novon yearn, with Joyn bnnkotball, volleyball, liklinfi, |.on,nli*,  lho (jueimlonnl lilllo ex I ended JapnlH to and alisn played on a noftbhll toaln'laHt  VnncouvornncV tho United stt\lo��,  :';��� >- -<��� ��� Hprlng, :"'    * " "'"     ' ''  buHkoilinll iiiKl."MV(��lloyb��ll).--.(lurlnH..Mhoiyy.ooniinunlty.'i'mlnd��d--lndlvld��inl who. not  Hchobr ycmrH, ThlH'Ih lior first, yoiu\ mh Only Ih ii volloyhull conch but nlno tv  " , V����W,!?.��I.!,, ��'"'V'ft-w��>ich Hhe,lH.:,,m)fe,--n{nombw.���pt. ilJquIIi ��� mm} toyolyod Jn  iiiil IminiMimily, Hor partlelpavion, onlhU"' Iryiliis to eombiil mime of lho probli  Hlumn and help In lho nrnnnlyiatloiVri Ion- that confront yomift people��� of todny, Tho  nlH pro/trnin laiii Miinimer mnkof.��� V.\, i\ ��� Gllwons Athlotlo AHHocln,tlon Ih very  vnliio of lho CilliHoi'm Athlotlo AhuooIh- '/u'litorul foi; lho youiifi people llko Kiithy;  Hon. ������  ' "���" -"-'r r ^    for holplnirbtillfin bottom bommuility,'  pyiiii  IT1  <> a:  wimnn  s  ���mm  S3  SOCCER COACHES CLINIC  GIBSONS EMSMENTARY SCHOOL GYM  ^;'t;V^.4,;''{!^Hv'i!ite!'i^^  ��� DOUBLE EAGLE BOATS FOR SALE   '������������������'���'������������'n./;i.-.-<^V;;^  ���  * DEALER FOR O.M.C. AND  CHRYSLER MARINE  m'V i ' 1       >7,>  Sati-rda^ February 19���-9:00 a.m. ro 3:00 p.m.  'UJNCH WILL 0E-PROVIDEDt  mi  *��fr "l (MB ����*fl ji mMMN       tit +( 4     j  (Sponsored: by Sunshine; Coast'.Juvpnl|Q Sooccir^AssoQ,. and Gibsons  , . '' " c".;Atl7!otlb;Asspc.)   ..,'���  muuj.lMIIijniil.n.rn.,mmMili1,iN..1ii.LimlmJ.N.lu1il,....ll.ii.nmlM.rmM.  ,. I     |*4 4   I (.   ��.   4    ,^,.       .     f*!.,  \,    4   .  wnnniwnnnMnnBnnnnnnniin^^  LICENSED WELDER  n,m*>^rti",��r**'W~<��ii wi��U��r  * ONLY BONDED CARRIER FOR  HAULING BOATS  ��'i h ^iiwiu^iyiiui'iii w  i i mm\\%%m .MMp. ,i'|i  .   I    ... I !.. I.'llll. ...lli..L....ll  i J     I iiliB.lilllllh.1.  ill   "i..l,l,   1,1......      1,11     jU||f, .-���I   .\l..__.:ll.11    hi.,  WESTERN D  WESTfiHW DRUGS WESTERN DRUGS  i' 'i    < f' f    t y *     i  , "    \  Tta\\ Pay Cunrro ��� Sochelt'  1      Pholno'feBS,.^^ ',  COMPLETE  MARINE AND  OF  MOTIVE  X  'i^,k,M^ninn'mn^0m^^^  4.4^)#W^f4*^*44B.-4^.44!.r^r4.4,^|4WTM^#W��m4.W^��4fl44449.W������44��leW4M 4^44M4��4 ^I.f.,4**^,\^4"4 4w&4"4lf** l(flS44*4,^,  '. j. 171  ,!��� ���;';,���'wppr'i^v  . ', v.,'��^'/i,v'i M y^i%i ��� i  <'>������'���tmmm__. 'II  --  ERV  tit ���  ,     ....j.'.a... I',.! ���'     ,',l      ���.'    , .','ji   .    u,,'r   ' lni.i..��� l   i.    M'��l'��'.> 7'|  I I     ���    ,   7 ,  'l f ,        I* ,     ' '   I     ' '     '  ���W��wwMw*4w..*i.4.wi^,WW.^..*��i4M>M����..4.,'Uw..���wAiM rf.w#WI.IB4.^MMW^wJ.^IMl4w..iiW��.lll��4WP^iW,'.^WWW.4>,'W4BW44*4*M  * I ' ,, 1 ��'   |    '     ' 'l    '       '     , .       ,  447f_mm��t<r*i\*-w*vf+ <w��i  *   * *L_  *t^i*!_.iKtir('m^��ti.\. <aSn.m iwiy_  ��� ��� 'i ��� * . " * 1 '..ii.-  upon �� ��.m. to q p.mr IVIonday ihru Saturday  Box 397       ' Sunnhlne ConatHighwoy        ,  886,741)  m'mm*^m^w��Hinmfavim*\ #Kb*mi^^mm!m.i*��*m\'<m.tm*m  <mi*nW"^i^W*l^^ t* '  ' v\'* % \\ \^\^��i^\��^  til l��l"l(ll -»
J^nsimembers, tog<. . .
Girls Rangers
need a leader
" '     AS~THE saying  gees,  nothing ventured,
■ '   nothing gained, and it seems that the
■ young teenage boys in the area-ventured
,j     and . came up  with  an  active  Venturers
group   under   the   leadership   of   Cpk  L.
' v  Biggeman.   * ■' .  "7    -    ,.  s ■■
NrrW,Ht^s_i_time Art- -give-the- teenager
Wednesday, February 16, 1972     The Peninsula times
Page B-
^iiiiiiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiriiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii iiiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiuiinii iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiri:^ niiiiJiiiiiiliiiiiiiiiiniiiiitniniiiiiniiininunhiuimmi
I-     @<r\._-_fi-      \»
Dancing 9:30-1:30 a.m.
Dance to the
—  .   ■■■■   ■■   , .*-_ ...II...        M,U fe»*TV V»>» S£_____&±Ll_
giVls a turn. A ' Ranger group for girls
ages 14 to 17 is needed. There are already
a few "teeners frorn Sechelt and .Gibsons
who are interested and as this group will
govern itself and plan its own activities,
it is felt that other girls will come forward when they 'know such a group is
'planned.   ..__._       _;:   '-,
The girls do. not need to have -been
a Guide in order to join: They must enjoy the company of other girlsV co-oper-"
ation with each other and be willing to
discuss and plan their owri activities in
a democratic manner. They must obey
only three laws, health and morality,
safety and the 'laws  of  the land;  other-
_ wise ■ they- are -on--their--own|P^ --
JEven "though this group will more or
^Jgss lpokaftgr itself jhgge still must be
» an   adult   in  The   background-!*)   whom
7 the  girls  can .turn . to for—ad-vice,--guad^-
,__.,    ' ance, and assurance. As yet such a per-
Jh^i .j—-^n-^asn-t^-Gom^^4er-ward^---T-his—would-
be a challenging and rewarding task for
-some  lady  to 'undertake  and would  not
entail   any   preparations,   planning,   etc.,
as the- girls themselves do this.
If you are at all interested or would
like more information in regards to joining the group or becoming its adult advisor,  please  phone Mrs:  E.  White, .886-
^ Saturday, February 19
Phone 886-2472
I     Highway 101   ^ ..  COVER CHARGE
■_ *3&
(Behind DeVries Carpet shop on Highway)
5:30 to 7:30 p.m. Wednesdays
-—^Q to 1 p»m. Saturday;
Bring your Unemployment Insurance problems
You can also register for available job*
If you have a job vacancy phone 886-2722
j .....
We might be able to help you
Girls^ Volleyball
Shown are the Super-Stars-entry in    by the Gibsons, AthM.ir* Assopiatinn     Mp\tP=TTWT1 PT^!   nt
Gibsons Marine
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1 wi«iinn«wwwwiw»w»i»wwMiw«iMitww««»wwwwinw»i«»^^
Good turnout at meeting ......
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GIBSONS Marine Services Ltd. has been
taken, over by new owners, and  will
also   move   intp   new   quarters   effective
Monday,  February 21;     - -"■■■' v"--^...-.
Formerly opera!edbyDouglas Tracer,
the new owners 7afe7,Wayne Vogel and
Tom  Godber
The company will move into its new
quaiteis on the Sunshine Coast Highway
acioss from Twin Cieek Building Supply
on Monday, aqd Wayne and Tom both
extend an invitation to all area residents
,THE* GIBSONS- Ladies'•' Auxiliary '■ to
• . ■• guides and brownies. had a 'tremendous
. tufnotit "at their February'-"•l''coffee-.meet-;
T^ingr..,.. :■■  ..   .,-l..r-i — .  .,.,i,.,;,„.^,w■..-.,:■■:.
■'<■•-■ Approximately 34' mothers threw c|ues:
Jipnsand answers around, joined in .the *'
y. 7'disciissionssand generally;'seemed tojclear«■ -a".SOCCER"coaqlV^'clinic7'sponsorcd join-
up many points about the guide move- tly by the Sunshine .Coast Juvenile
mienl. 7, Soccer Association and the,Gibsons Ath?
?l7"fhe* various companies and packs were    letic'"'Association,'will be held this1 week-
'.•    discussed  :and the-need* for .a* ranger. * endiat  the 'Gibsons 'Elementary 1 School
group for teenage girls was tackled ver-    gymnasium. 1    '
t bally by all present.J^^^^J^, ,, ./Che^iraWsewlon^eU^underw, 'Fri-,.
girlsi alter  guides but not all  01 tnem        v.. •", ,   .„     .,,  *    .   7\ ~'.
held the same view on how much free-    «jj   ?LT,1 hft'^_ L b°.     '? ?"*"
"    dom the girls should be1 allowed in the -^ayHorn a.a,m.,.to,,d, p,ni;,^, „.
new,  group, It was generally  felt7that       , All soccer coaches along the Sunshine
grangers" should be started'and then .see... Coast havo been invited to take part in
,„„._    how it pi ogresses, - ,     tho clinic.
~      ,    The ever present question oi lund rais" " v .,,,''
ing wa> discussed and 11 was decidod to
hold soniq money "to help sot up the ran- \ £> • /   I ■        'jT* ^ '':m^dm ^^J.
~,..>m»r~^~**i.-.f~^mr^~.v.tiw™myf-i*-i>'i'~,'-i™T*'r*W  |i«*|».|»ritwM<rw^ir^*"Tl'V''»'g^1'nK,*T'w''*''"'" mmmnwmj.ip-^i^i-|iii    I ifi.. y-f^nm.     in.w,.^^    ii.|HWHimiW ^.^
»; two quTCEompumoB.;. --— : ■ \-, -.  —-questions pnswercd
7 'Uor'o help is'lieeclbd' for the"'gulcJoH , '
in t,ho form, of _ cllstrlut commissioner,    QUESTION: What docs the Bible leach
Since last ycai; when Mi's.1 Wheeler to- .,.,„•,,  concerning the orcliance of conllrma-
' signed, Mi'H. Shadwoll and Mrs. Thompson;,' tlohV ' .  ' ,, '       ,
have lakon it over hut through various       ' A..nsw(..„ TllQ iihj1o K11VK nothln/' oi
 »«H"lirT- -&Za-Z'v'hilerS1     «» »S ■« o iSttu K. The'cfJsA
 ablo.lo carry, on. ThlsjH, a.,v.ory..mlcros,t-.. _wnM. .... POnfipmniinn is- found  in  Acts'
.|„B..y»lu,ito0P,jo»,,,mc|..«lHo.« .yo.y  ro-  »$«$ ^^^^1"i-.W totyst«^d
Included in the sei vices offered are
marine mechanics, automotive n-aechanics,
heavy duty mechanics, boat sales, licensed
weldei, and a complete stock of marine
and automotive parts.
^Gasoline  pumps  aie   expected   tq  be
installed pn the piemiscs in early M^rch.
Deaths from lespiratory  disease  will
cunent predictions.
Gibsons 886-2827
warding one. NoocIIoh.s lo^-iy, 11. Is also
you  must  lie  really  inter
I)  Ind 0.0     a l(l ^onim«,.HH(l AiUjool^^
H\Sr   ?' wh'"W«1^ thorn
know the ro 1b      li dy homowhora yfho A t   um .,Ant," JucrnH;ttnU SUhh ,,    ox.
-would woloow;' U10.^''"^ *.« ^f""1?. »; hortccl   lho. brethren  with, many  fords'
Yolvcd  In  «6   oiljln    wort while       vo        , ^tlmioA thorn". The words In Doth"
■l_kW? to"rK L \ZPZ.   ,i„ SL1! «ascs moan' "lo stran«thonfl or "to hupVv
{h.lUl° ii«   Sd o!    « V v7    H( 1^1 further",  which  from  tho  oontox),
gulclq parlies and ovonw, Givo   I nomo intiil.utOT.n„il0 (1|cm,iv that tho leuehlna
[i|U Hvtv
iv*   v    _
Thursday,, Friday, Saturday,
^_-_.?jiixtMaty_Xl.,J.Q_ 19	
[hor ■Inform.Ulon can bo obt«lnm[' from wKi)   h(u,   „,,.„,,            ,U(,   tho   ,     Q,
"SilfttS C""""1""11"101' M,'»" J3' Wlilto at ■ T|w con^^ui,!WV«rIn Homo &o:'
m-Aji'i, ,',',,.,,       ,,'..•   mliiatlons is no (|oub,t based ona Jewish
,,,, '    ])\)v all.liuliim.InluroH oil. Injlio w«llvl- .uufuiuuuy known uh |ho Bar MlUsvuli in
1   i)on-of llio ludloH' auxliiO-y, you ni f<ht, < vyhluh'iluwinh IiwIh upon roauhhiM "UioIp
murk your uilciniliir*. wllh llio ,Jollowlni<: \wm umM)ti lll0 ,.osponslhlllty fur Jholr
Kobruary  WK-UnlUnl    Chtu'uh    Hall, conduct at. adult, in Iho (lonuniJi.atlow, It
ThlnklnR n»y'Scrvico; lime1 lo bo-an-"Jh also lho natural' nlop followhifi'. lho
7  .  . ,||)|{rCanip.Olavo, g .p.m. llu'0UKhnu|3|*ur; ,  wliloh  logically  would  linvo  |o  bo  J'ol-,
March or April—«W»tch papo'r'for dato    lowod hy infant liapllHinlo'savo. Iho soulil
I ,    .    of'ladloH1 auxllliuw ,m«ol|nHi April—chll- , uf.lnl'antH dimmed .by tho cui'hg, ,Thln In'
l-r—'■•'—(tronlfl""oloH')inK'-nalc,-ilomriJ"r)Oa-,()i''-10RBr * wharhoppuii" whon n)i*n liinipor;' wltlr
HHio  and   plucQ"1o"i)o-Hnnou|i,cc(l;."iuHl--1ho~lnwn,o'f Ood, Tha^HlblO' V0(,oi<ii|-*.d(-'
jyiny—Girl Guide Cookie Halo,   • r 1  an uandlclaloH for bupllnm "only■ Ihotu. who
7„,,^.^__~ r i^xz--;^ ■  oun lu)ul, (U|U|(U.^a|u|) \\w j(ospol, ropont
(turn), and hchnpllnod C),llimoi'aocl) -.unlo.,^,
""•llW'TonUHHWirfif'HiVH,' 'To paraphrano a ',
,what i'1'iinoM iu'oci.iinn.ltl<!(l in thy naino,
"Men havo nii.do a nolmon iuockory of
hiily' llllil'(V linvfi," Man niiulo lawn nul>'
ntltuted l'oi1 iilhlg lawn'. auianiul. fur lho
1 f*t~*ton*r_Hii_**»i.f-
For Ail Its Difficulties,
A Froo Corroiponclonco Coiimo To Moot
Your Pornonol Noodi Ii Available, Sond
Your Roquoit To Pox 460, Gitaont, P.C,
pi'i'Hont■, frH'!inonl»^,..'.i,u)tUUon of lho^
"oliu'fohTliiml "air*llio o'ciuhdnioaPoouTrcIiri
noaiinplfhhcit'only whom thb.Jllblo Ih;(-u-
uopUid as lho.final aulhorlty in ''mi'ttoro
'spiritual. ■Juiiui' Hald, "lp-vain do thoy
worship' mo', .tahchinfl fov cloutulnon .the
commnndmonln'of-111911," (Matthew 1B:I>)7
in u < *" jH
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Cut-up Tray Pack.
2%-2%   lb, Ave.
B.C. Grown, each	
^T—Eresh—ground r-
70% lean.
Sliced, top quality,
rindlcss lb.*
■a    I        1    I
.Ready to servo.
String tiod„T  Ibt
Swiffv natural
1 lb. tray —,_.
Boneless Round Steak. ..
-Primo Rib or Sirloin.
Can, Choice—Can. Good.
''Yqur Choice ^:^Si.«S£'|bVs
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Sunday, ^Monday, ..Tuesday,
v  ,     W«?di|osday,
February 20, 21, 22,1,23    ■;
WARNING; Swearing, cparso lon-
augflo bnd . brutal It/.,' RESTRICTED
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1 1"! ''      *'   1' ".    i'i
Golden'*Rijpc^Tops with Coroals
s    X
B.C, Grown  Foncy Rod or,
Golden Varieties.",     i,
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Let's learn together .
Pointers for parents of
:N3ryN-E Const parents arc rei.Tiin.dod
lli.it T.rannii^'nisahilily Week will'be"
Kl ('fliinaiy **2H to Mart'li 4, and-in con-
iiini'iinii wiih Ibis a workshop lor all
tlio«c inli'iTSlod ;n the eclueation -and
^■neral- well-being of children will he
1.0Id. in Vancouver March 2. Time and
p !»«©■•&» the workshop titled. He Looks
Like Other Kids," will be announced*next
week. Those seeking, more information j on
the workshop and the possible organization of-a local group of interested parents
are asked to-contact -Mrs. E. Reid at 886-.
2.581  or Mrs. J..a Ripper at 886-2078.
Meanwhile, a few pointers for parents
with children who have learning disabilities are offered by the local group.
Don't put pressure on your child to
earn quickly,- as pressure disorganizes
rat Ti ir than l^elpr. him. If something
seems unusually hard  for him to do, put
Ti   aside "without "caTITng Tifs  at lent ion To
lhe fact  that work is being put.aside. Do
reward   his   e1Tofls""JwTTfi   approval.
Be   alert    for   j   catastrophic   reaction
; **Minki*n**mMiik«j»JwiM.P»iuudwwlw
Great West Np.2 from Gibsons  to Singapore
fl tug, a hflrge, and n Ellisons mail
pieces)   or  for  severe  stubborn
which   is   beyond   his   control.   Do
change-activities aTi—Koen as .you- see the
first  signs  of the  first signs of these reactions. 4
Don't try to make him study when he
is tired or overexcited. Do wait until
lie is ea-hn—aad—resix
premium time.
Don't get angry or impatient. Reassure him and.pra'se something that he
has done  right.         ,   ■	
Legion 109 grants
in excess 1)3,300'
A TOTAL of $3,351.33 was distributed to
community   we'fare   and   services   by
Branch 109 Gibsons-Royal Canadian Legion for the year endihg Deiember 31, 1971.
—    Of -the amount. $903.70 -was- -di&per-sed-
for welfare, while the remaining $2,'477.6S°
^vent  Lo-. community  services  as  follows:
Bursaries,       Elphinstone       Secondary
-School,-   $600;    hospH^l-  a u^-lia-ry^—$§(£•-
"Touth Achievemenr(spofts); $'809**4t; poppy   fund,   $518.17;   Old   Age   Pensioners,
equipment    for    carpet    bowling,    $200;
Shaughnessy bus fund, $100.
Qther   community*   services   receiving-
allotments were: O.E.S. Cancer Fund, $10;
Elphinstone  Secondary  School   activities,
$55;  CNI-JOiST Chahibel of-Coinmercer
promotion, $15; I.O.J.D., $30 and sundries,
Page B-4 The Peninsula Times
Wednesday, February 16, 1972
isons Chamber
o meet Feb. 2
ALL   members   are   reminded    that   the'
""regTi 1 aFrnon I h I y" dinner meeting of the
Gibsons and District Chamber of Com-
nieVce will be held at the Peninsula Hotel
7 p.m..-February .2-1, Guest--speaker -far
the meeting will be Mike Ovenell of
-Mainland Southwest. —       	
(1971)  Ltd.
A LOG carrying barge, Great West No. 2,
>    attracted the attention pf many ih the
!4jMood.,indus.tr,y,,,.vi,lie.ri il-U.aktadj.d.its.J'gfc.
200 to 1,0.00 hoppus. tons per vessel. He
said the barge was equivalent to a fast
ord load within a record time in Singapore recently.
And one of the—leaders on the-harge. .
' James—Lockhart.   of
' J'T^TwJL ■    Gibsons.   whose   fam-
_ . *    '^%,    !iy stiH lives here, ap-
M parently    enjoys' the.
whole deal.
He signed dn for his,
%   first three-month stint
in  November  of  last
—year~-afrd~"hgs~ already
agreed  to stay . over
there for at least another term.
"He really  likes it.
over there," claims his
■wife Ha, who is considering   ^taking    the
\im, a]oBg.7wtth.,chil-..
Self loading,, self discharging- barges
of this kind are at present common in
Canada and Scandinavia. There have
been instances when two ot tnese vessels
have been towed behind one tug boat.
The Canadians who used to float their
logs down rivers first as flat rafts, then
as bundle rafts and finally as Davis
rafts, found these methods relatively expensive.
-Furthermore, according to Jim Clarke,
operations manager of Asia, Barge, wnol
booms  of  logs  could  be  ruined  by  the
teredor, a sea organism, if they were
tied up because of bad 'weather. Irrthe
case   of   South-east  Asian   logs,   he   said
the problem is that the logs sink if too
much water is taken in..
And what does Mr. Lockhart tMnk
uf the Borneo jungle?. "It is 200 ycars-
behind times," he wrote. ."Men row boats*
up river eight miles to fish in the sea.
Women still wash their clothes in the
river and men are still working for 75
cents a day."
But  all  in  all,  Jim  Lockhart  admits
he  is   glad  he  has   been  given, the   op-
,'\n the Singapore  area.
Don't take your child's work out of
his hands without being sure that he
wants your help. He needs to feel your,
confidence—that-he-can. .learn. .-_—._ 	
Don't pressure your child to^read
quickly. Allow him to read at his own
speed. . *
Don't, force him to read an-entire les-
son   based   on   a   class   textbook  that  is
beyond   his   level  of   successful   reading.
Read  at least  three-fourths- of such les-
."""" to him -   -,—-,-^— _„_■
\J6ellamalh on wheels
Don't exmphasize spelling and writing at the expense of reading. Remember
that your goal is to improve his reading
as a means of getting information and
ideas from the printed page.
Don't emphasize pretty writing. Re-
member  that  the  goal for your child is
Jim Luckhazl
dren    Sfeot,   ;D-e-frr-a,-
Bruce* and Gary.
' Another district resident, Errol-Flum-
erfQlt. of    Wilson   Creek,   served   three
months   aboard . Great  West  No.   2,   but
is now back on the Sunshine Coast.
Jim lives aboard the" tugboat Sama-
rinda while working and stays in a'.hotel
when he i&. off-duty. .
to   be  able  to further  his  education  by
reading. • .....
Don't make your child feel inadequate
when he forgets work that you thought
he had learned. Remember that what is
learned by memory is not retained, as
long as when it is. learned as a result of
-warierstanding  —        • . *_™_
IF YOU have not already seen "Shaft"
'... doing his thing and cleaning up Harlem   down  at   the  Twilight   Theatre   in
-febsens; then-.tenigM-afr-8 p,m, wltUfee-
your last chance. -
If, however, you like carrying on, then
"Carry on Again Doctor" will keep you
8 p.m. for three days, British Comedy
at its most atrocious best with ward to
■ward laughter. And as you probably all
know by now, there's more to see in
every new "carry on" movie.      .  •
And if you-still haven't seen enough,
then you'd better come and catch Joe
Namath (the~WorlcPs~Greatest Every-
-thing ......) and. Ann-Margret loving, brawling, and in general bustin' it up in "C.C.
and Company". This is a restricted jnovie,
so you know what to expect, with motorcycle gangs and such characters as Captain Midnight, Suicide Sam, Zit Zit and
Kraut. Witness a spectacular motorcycle
see?lvioon  knoclj out  (JjO.  with  a
Good news for hand
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The Samarinda. took 52 days lo tow
the barge from Canada to Singapore.
Both have been tied up in the Gibsons'
The log carrying barge and "its crew
have .gained immeasurable recognition,
according to the Business Time.s, a publication printed in .English and, devoted
to business and commerce in that area,
. The cargo of 2,000 hoppu.s. tons of
timber .valued at $200,000; had been^ loaded in less than 30 hours at Telok Ayer,
Kalimantan,   Indonesia,   according   to   a
THE MATTER of deadheads  and other
floating  wooden  garUage  in  the  bay
was brought up at the last meeting of
the   Gibsons   Wildlife   Club,   when   one
member offered  a ^solution to be. put
idea of his resolution was. good, but unfortunately   it didn't  come  up  with  an
answer, and other members felt the. idea
of getting rid of the unwanted missiles
was excellent, but.could not see sending
it in without a suggested solution. This
■ is  what  is  needed—a  solution.  And  a
quick one! One only has to take a look
at Howe Sbuhd in the Gibsons area and
it isn't difficult to see what we mean,
Better, still,,jaunt,„1out,Soames,,Point„way,
and take the' time to walk down to the
beach. How boats manage to manoeuvre
front-page story In the Business Times.       lion  We can bftbble on a]i day ^ [{
. The Canadian officers and local crew
(Jim wrote that most of the loaders are
Indonesian)  took only 20 hours „.to-.dis«
but alas and alack, we too, have no answer,
And-glancing'through the RCMP'col-
only vessel oriirklndln'"Southeast"Aft'lfi;
The barge will take about, seven, days for
a return trip from Borneo to Singapore.
According to W..Ba^,.mnn»glng-eHr-
cctor of Asia fyn-go, pafltUmbor .loads lo
Singapore have been only ranged from
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Ph. 886-22B0 —~J.~ Qlb»on>y D,G,
mankind ..,"  .Toopora,  Const.    Ron,   we
don't want lo appear diunb, but what,
pray toll, Is tho first oldest hobby?
aUwdiiH andDlstrlot Chtimbor of Coih-
ltiorco—you'vo 'hoard It all hoforo—lhoy
need youi' support, Tho group moots thin
uomlng Monday at tho Penn Hotel, 7 p.m.
Dnn't-yoirlhlnk .this is _. good n; 1 inSo
of iho community,, especially as It's so
early In tho now yoarV It's alright for
some of ur to grumblo and mumblo hut
-lhn,t Ii
Clawkln/t   al   lho   idiot   box   not top
long ago, wo came upon an Edmonton-
Show, Aotuully, what we heard lun'l
.l'OMlly '(it .fol' paUlioatlon, hut wo'ro «o-.
Inn to publish it anyhow. This oharaotor
is Introducing Jullotto. Romomhor horV
So how r6«h 'the' it.troductlon?^Quotho
ho, "undoubtedly _\\. |H tho hlggoHl, star
that Canada \\i\. over produced," Sorl-
ouiily, Mr, Hankn, you (Wi,'| bo. Svon.Dpn
whal-a-nolHe-he-nial.cjs Messer Js opo up
"T)ii Mbin TIlnlirAiicI not* to montlnh thOHO
worth mentioning mtch i\_ Canatla'R own"
Glenn  Ford,"'Lome  Greene,  Yvonne  de
Carlo.   Monte  Hall,   Raymond  Burr—we-
could go. on and on. But Juliette the biggest star Canada has produced? She may'
be the biggest, Mister, but it isn't, star.	
* And what's the biggest conversation
piece around Gib.sonsville these days?
The rec centre or the bypass? Just ask-
' ing.
Around Gibsons
—by Marion Chat-man, 886-9862
FRITZ  Boss  has  returned  from   a   trip
vr^'to'.'"■* Alberta;:;7He7:claims7he;7didr!not •
like the winter weather in Calgary.
Bill and Inez Malyea observed their
'2fith wedding -anniversary February  ».
n Brad, and Patsy Boser are happy over
tho birth of their daughter Jennifer, »
Jbs. 9 oz, at St, Mary's Hospital February
jl, a sistoi; for Dalo,JProud ,'gvandp'ave'nl.R,
- afo" M i'711 nd* Mii!''''"G'eor ge '"B^osoF' a nd " M "r 7
and Mrs, R, Hughes,
Russell ■'nnd",-Donnat.<neo;>Abtn!l'nisi"'Bbj'(iV-'
horn celebrated their 4th wedding anni-
vorsary on February 10. Thoy aro spending tho winter at .Cache Crook,
Mr.  and Mrs. 'Don, Hood  and  family
had a very pleasant vacaltonin pavy-ili,
,;.;,. Ii waH,n\haupyJValohllnc.3rd wedding
aniilvortiary for Fred nncl Alice (new
Kinno) Inglis on''February 14,
Team can lose,
but not coaches
THE   FOLLOWING   is   a . letter_tb—thiB-
motorcycle chain; and if that isn't enough,
watch Moon, Libard and Crow kidnap
Ann Margaret. So,- there you have it—
want to see some good 18, and over en-,
tertainment—see "C.C. and Company"
with a special cameo appearance by
Wayne Cochran and the C.C. Riders.
..   "Zeppelin" is coming soon. :,„   -„>.,_
editor of The Whistler, a magazine
for soccer, coaches, managers, and referees, as submitted by the Gibsons Athletic
A team- can lose, any team can lose,
but in a sense, a very real sense, the
coach never loses, For the job of a coach
is over and finished once the starting
whistlepiiblows.,._,He knows he's won or
ips'i'before" the play starts—for a coach
has two tasks; the minor one is to teach
.skills;; to,, teach a boy, how to run faster,
check harder, block better, jump higher,
or kick better. The second task, the major
, lasl;,., is  to „, implant .character, and  not   ,
simply   to  implant  skills.   It's   to  teach
boys to play fair, This goes without say-   ,
ing, it is to teach them to be humble in:
-victory and proud in defeat. But more
lo .their potential, no matter what that
..potential^ is.. It i_ to toaCh them to do
'their 'ticat - arid*' nBvb'P',boJ*'i9lj'tlsficd'-;':wlili~'rr'
what they aro or whoro thoy play, but;
to strive lo be as good as -they can be
if thoy tried JuhI a little harder.
A coach can noVer make a groat
plqyprputof a! boy who Isn't potentially7
groat,hut ho can moko.a great competl-rv-i
' tor out, ol' any boy; and miraculously
make a man out of that boy, For a coach,
tho   final   score-doesn't, read   so   many-
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r<"7 _  &N  ���'������.  V  immsmmi  ^:  Letters to the Editor atf the opinions of reader^'arid, not necessarily those of  The* Times.  A     pull   up   st  juvn-de-pliu__Z^Mi_^bel.4i*vd~l\ir^  J" iilure tipr'tsnn-gs-HTe" quellecl berorenTiey  start. If the new system fails the* rich  flee to a rich'country and damn communism. TNoo bad they could hot take  their beautiful horaes , and oth'er possessions with them.  ' ' ���  -When - you - and your- friends-decide ��Q  takes   why   not   go- to -Mexico.  , strange since the school shows signs of  being run more effectively than ever  thanks to sthe efficient management of  the principal Mr. Th.oiripsoh and the dedicated teachers there. Surely it cahhot  be that Ihe memhers of the Teachers As-  Mrs. Douglas replies  Editor, The Times/  Sir: May I take this opportunity to  reply ��� lo the Idler by B. Birchenall,  "Rights Overlooked,"  ih which' my state-  fS   TM,MeSUS| -et!e!l   W?re   qUfu"    soeiaiion ar.e jealous, because the Pender  , Xrnent  T  J, Jl   ���<  P 'f9'6 ��n^ ^T'TeSc^VT "aTe   Roving   their   worlli:  statement  1  made,    we  all  pav-a  share    ���-. v ,   ------   .-       ^        b     ���     ���  ___ u,a ,11 v,0n���f:t -n       .1 ��,    '       Surely,  also,  it cannot  be that  they  are-  ana we all benefit in so many wavs? .    ���     7 -        * ���   ,, . ,     ��� -* ���_  y   ���   ���> trying   to   make   things   awkward   for   a  We  may  not  be  able  to  lure  Karen    teacher who has the guts to stand Up and  Magnu?sBft. up here 4o skate for us but t^^atoa^^  in  a  few-years  this  area. could  have a    No pun intended. So* what is at the back  -wJU-iinri- nc^oae���me  the first paragraph. Everyone is too busy  scratching for enough to eat. Half the  population of "-Mexico. City sleep on rooftops or any place they can lie down.  .- -People^ like you could live high off  the hog. No union, ihe very rich down  to the small free enterpriser liye pretty  welL Ev��xy.Qrie.has a bodyguard-of, from  one man up to a small army,' dependent  upon how high up the social ladder. I.  don't think any red-blooded Canadian  will^miss your type. '���  TiaPAIyMT-Secf  skater pf equal calibre... to represent  Canada. The Centre activities need not  be of a physical or strenuous nature. I  have observed senior citizens enjoying  themselves on an ice rink, and curling  or swimming, which is planned for the  future   need: not   be   too"  rigorous.   The  .auditorium which is included in this  initial centre may accommodate limitless activities. With a professional rec-  xeation-direc-tor--in office the needs of the   _cmruniinity-an d-1 he-dt fferent "age ^groups  can be met...Whether it be hoekey| -figure  skating,   arts, and   crafts,   yoga   lessons,   gyn2T.a_stics, chess, carpet bowling, group  picnics on the. grounds -or -whatever���t-hese  and   many   more   activities   are   possible  under-d-ire'etion and"facilities. ' ""  When   I   said   "all"   I   meant  it���yes,  of it? One wonders!7 "7   Now about the other news release by  the same association; I am fed up to the  eyeballs of. being "got at." through my  children. When the Teachers Association  cleans up its own house, then and only  then have they any hope of gaining the  respect of students, and taxpayers and  influencing public opinion. "^  In conclusion, may I_slate that I resent  the implication thatvmy children are deprived. We are fortunate tp be living in  s,uch beautiful surroundings, where skiing, golfing, fishing, boating, tennis, swimming.' scuba diving, skating, ' soccer TairuJ  many other sports are available for the  -ask-ingnt--guess-wero wc living in another-  - - Editorial comment- Perhaps the -writer-  would ca're to tell us next all about the  freedom enjoyed by Czechoslovakia and  Hungary?  Appreciated  Editor,\ The Times,  Sir: I should like at this time to say  how "much I and I am sure all other  pensioners appreciate the work the Hon.  Isabel Dawson does on our behalf.  It takes people like- Mrs. Dawson who  work quietly, and. accomplish so much  thju we need at this time. I want to wish  "Tier all the. very l.os&SS&f/.'i'Z.  entile here to Velhts. on small pensions'  and to enjoy peace and quie! and comparatively low taxes and^rents, now it-appears that an affluent few want all fans  and-'the henefits-^or ^ity'Ji'fe too. Ih this  case,   I   suggest  they   move   to  the   city.   Whg�� we aj-e living  in the midst  of  galloping Inflation Nand. 'When the" "basic-  agcessities���are���going���up���by���Ahe���mintrteT-  ttyis is no time for frills. _  ,     " (Miss) MARGARET McINTYRE  Vote No   ���'-��� \  Editor, The Times 7  Sir: This letter is to those residents,  of Hopkins Landing who Jind it more^  convenient to get.-their/mail at Gibsons.  Will ymr please vote "NO" to the  closing of |he Post Office at Hopkins to^  help those of us who have no car_ or, because of xage or informitjes^ would^ firid  Tlie proposed set-Tip "a "great hardship.  *ati��b5;->   MARY H. THOMSON  For young qnd old  Editor,  The Times  Sir: In a recent letter some doubt was  thrown, in quite a sarcastic manner, on  the possibilities of any but the very^young  enjoying the proposed recreation centre.  I'm sorry that he nas had such bad luck  _iil_Ah? ��� surely many experiences he has  had of such centres, f am happy to report  quite the opposite. Long before retiring  here I joined a community slowly but  steadily increasing its outlets for, many'  .forms, ot .commun;.t,y_ activities.. I   cauld  Wednesday/ February 1$, 1572^     Thje. PeBirisula, Times  Page B-5  the robes,of that "time. They seemd to be     rejoice  that ,we  Hive  an "opportunity to  having a very gay time. share iri  such  a ^worth  while  project,  a  As   to   the   strenuous   activities,   I   do .   credit to the Sunshiny Coast,  wish you could haveseen_tlie-fates^of--t-he ���: :   -yoxi.ngstTeTs-!!,^!^!^!!^ most graceful .skat-  .'���*>  E. ORMROD  -e-rs���proved-io-be-those���pooF-dea-p-m-  aged ^tjd  older- ores  who   had  not  for-  g'otton the skills tney had .brought west,  ^"he'young people I: saw were deli*ghted;;-  and set themselvesi projects fqr their new N  rink: ' v ....   .    "v    ' 77  O course the bazaar used up much of .  the space, but a member of the art group  had a fine exhibit.and had it been in a  warmer month-1 am sure- many of us���  would have enjoyed the fine landscaping  and even watched the game^ of bowls  which so many old people still'seem able  "to^ejjoj). Please do not De*~st>���bltteFj-bHt-^  PENINSULA TIMES  OFFICE  NOW OPEN  IN  GIBSONS  Phone 886-7244  I *���*���* * �� e �� * t ��������� ���'-*��� I': *''...*> I  area on the Sunshine Coast,'the only thing  my children might be DEPRIVED of  would be a lack of conscientious teachers  dedicated to the democratic way of life.  PATRICIA  MURPHY  even if you never set foot on the recreation centre grounds. Is At not better  for our tax dollar to be spent on recreation than on. prisons   drug treatment  centres and more law officersf~Is it not     jr i_      ��� ~  better that children's energy be expended     A H&W CtiariSma  on learning team sports and having good    Editor, The Times  fun   under   the   guidance   where   sports- -Sir: Don't look now but a-new char  No more trills  Editor,  The Timks,  Sir: After reading the letter written  bx_E1_��i��Jaei^ll-in���4ast~^wee4tV^Wft���  may I say that I couldn't agree more.  ...We have had a ridiculous increase  in water rates recently and w|th a prospective   sewage   system   in   the   offing,  Mrs.   M.   WALTER     Irll a long tale of :hem for they are very  ��� 4&H41*-V-af.eeu-Y-er-- Alwart-warmittg- - hi<_\. --^>ctob^'r^wriri���a~"  friend, the former Superintendent of  Nurses there, I returnepTior a visit and  found that the Hqs^jual Auxiliary was  haying its annua>hazzar. Almost all the  3meh's_orgariizat! ons have booths in  'thisTjoint*effoi*f7^rTa~it_wasi"the first time  we twa-lifad .seen the fine new center in  aetiprfTl am happv to >report that it was  re Kinette members who -served the tea  nranship,   faiuiess   and   rights   of   others���isma epideinic ha-: sprung up as a ttew    (and wait till you s.ee your tax  assesy"and washed tlie--dishes-^trnTO^old-^r^^  Sechelt  'S VARIETY SHOP  "���    885-9343  SPECIALS!  : -Of2DMEN-TST-W�����Ot: ���  CROCHET COTTON  And Other  Items Throughout  The Store    .  ,_.._  "��REEttN^  are taught than being let loOse to  play    Federal" election seems in the offering. So    ments  then),  the last  thing  we  neeoVis  in the streets and perhaps inadvertently    we find McLean's Magazine have a seven     an increase in the mill rate to pay for  or otherwise damaging property, maybe    page  promotion  of  Trudeau.   This time    entertainment of a few.  -yours or-your noighbors^We cannot ex^���ar-ottftd-weJiayeJjabies, skiing-and puppy   The majority ^iMhis population have  pect children and young, adults to lead    dogs; We are expected to suddenly forget  sedentary lives nor can we expect senior    the   Le  Dain Report,  the  Opportunities  citizens to sit idle and alone. for. Youth_ fiasco, the Benson Budget, the  "   Perhaps  y0U| ^e.   Birchenall',   should    legalising of  homosexuality and-sundry  -tSfee-^-waik over to the United Church    fuddles.   What kind   of  morohs  are  we  hall some  Thursday .afternoon  and  see    taken for?  or join the activity there. My 81-year-old  grandj^e^wouIdh't_jaiss^_his.; Thursday:  "^ternotJirTarpet   Bowlmgfor   anything.  It has given him and others like him a  new lease on life. But this is just a start,  there are-so many, niore things that can  be done in this community and the^ec-  reation  centre  is  one  of them;'"As  for  hands were pushed into service! I would  like also to report that a& it-was Genten-:  nial   year   we   were   welcomed   by   the  older ladies-of the GomBHHHtyr-dFessee   *���               -        -r*.    WE CARRY SEVERAL LINES    ���     4  ^RBJVINILJNO^  COME IN AND BROWSE IN/SECHELT'S-OrtlQINAU  ���dSSb-  MARY DUNLEIGH  Lack <5TS7mpi  Editor,, The Titnes,  I IWTOW(��WW"��OtlfflWSS^^^^^^  Sir: I was very pleased to read your  editorial regarding the aged having pets,  or a pet. Unless one has lived alone, it  ... - ��� is very difficult to really know and un-  tne younger generation, it seems they .are derstand-the term "lonely"-/ if - a person  the ones serving the tea on those Thurs- alone has a pet, it can make the dif-  -tfay-afternoons.^ ~ = "lerence   between  a Tittle   enjoyment  in  1    MOyiNCC OF  BMtISM COtWMBtA  To suggest that those Trade Union  Aristocrats, Physicians and Constable (in  your words) pay for their "thing" is a  bit ludicrous and if they were so comfortable as you suggest then it would.be  ' more*to their credit that they are deVo.t-  iftg so miJ_cil- effori to_ fulfill this dream  life- and"~a"feeling of not being wanted:  Surely no one who considers hihiself  or herself a Christian would deny this  little happiness to a lonely person7  Thanking you on behalf of the* lonely  folks who are not allowed to have a pet  because^, nf   lack   of���understanding��� and-  LILLIAN  SMITH  ^whlcn Is" shared ^^_p^iicTbyi_^y ^ya^\^.  persons  in all walks of life throughout  this area. To deny the use of these facil- n   .     B  . ~        .  ities   to   persons   and  innocent   children PetS Bring Comfort  wliose  cireuitistance   is   such   that   thejif- Editor, The Times, 7    .  cannot afford a private club fee is not Sir; How very nice in this age of in-  what commuhity spirit and derhocrary is difference- and callousness to read your  ail about.  Ihe members of the commit- sensitiae_editor4al-on-behalf���of���elderly-  ���-tee-haw^lanned-thi^-^entre to the ut-:    folk i�� public h6mes and their need for.  most of .their ability with .every ^aspect companionship.   .-"..._,' ������,  ���bt the community taken' into considera- ��� did people are so often lonely and a  tion. Some of these iriclude location, rec-. little-living Creature can bring much  reation  needs  for  all   age   groups,   and    happiness and comfort to them,.  .   cos7*7 .��� ::.,.:,....:.;.:.;;;..7,,...M..7 ���":....-.,...��� :;..W^;:,We'stefnefs:,hiight,.learh,from ;the.:   . 1; will agree-<that those ���������wKQ-'rfM"''v''Bea6Bn*'rWhVlliiirerTiis. life with his  snouw b^ entitled to vote and I am'all animals���shares' respect, affeqtion and  tor the senior citizens receiving more sometimes an incredible mutual under-  considerat,ion, so'.they may enjoy  their    standing. Of times our. natiVe Indians have  .   golden year^without,hardship. I would edhsidei*ed:.'thrahifn^lsJ'^s"their'hfothers'  be most willing to give my support to    and part and pareei of living.  S.SSH.lS., XWJ, , ,,.,.,,,7....Centuries,,ago Job.Seems,to have had     ,  __    ���t . ?? to my Parents'^ Just'hap^''^ similar thought in mind, for he said  pens that they were given the opportuni-    "Asjc the yery boasts and they, will teach  ty to support a recreation .centre in their    you; ask the ^ild birds-^theywiH tell   ^ea :f;few7 years (ago' and haveused the 'you;craw^ihgcreatureVwill instruct you   Kk.fr tln,eB *V?n thoUgh ihQy -:-the fisl; ^ the sea wiu inform you; for  are within * few years of retirement age.t which of' them all knows riot that this  ���gf. m,m,r> I am,not an Amazon, I am,   is the Eternal's  wayj in whose control   :?ny..a concerned  parent  interested, 'In    lies every, living soul, and the whole life  --helpng^  munity a better place in whicli^jo. Uvel     ��������� Let the old folk have a little animal,  "       * ""Ot cotirso'irshould bo maivdat'ory"that  all anilnals bo spoyad or nutured as the  \  p^tfw-Mt^rtiti*^  ltHtM'.|.(im4-H-H-  /��<���������   *���- t*\  .^-l*iM+H���^���,���-*t-v���*^?*w"+K-���   S.M-....I'  Adds further support  Edltorj The Times,  Sir: This is ah open letter to all mom-  , hers, supporters and friends of the Gib-  sons Athletic'Association. ,,     ,    , ^_    _  or the promotion and pub Icily of lho        sir   Answering Mr   Q  h   Ynrehko.  TO���,r^^B!i,^tm  case may bo,  EVA M. WEBB  ;^eedoxn';of^eechl,7.77,,7  11RQPI F-  BIAS  cftut*   p'^tm    i   W" > *   *<  EMM.    MWPs**^ JF"!!! WT  -\/E->OI  Iff*',  I'hieon dollars a year is �� Rmall prieo    oryono communist, breaking it ddwninto  \_ &}_i&-^\^-i^-i ��VW$mHy.-�� ^fl��!?*��ilp��a>rolBi,.i;j^Yiilnl��t,....Fabian Soc*   ,, :,:,  [o..pnrUolpAtQ:-ond iGarn:hoekoy, lh> ijar ��� MH\-.tliOn-'lurtW Into bleeding-hearts,  ���--Mpnpi^Bport-Jn^  ~��� ~t- ~_���  ��nd give tho filrls a chance to learn to        Tho only ono that cpuld JinvofUtod  Presently vm do; not have a building   could havo iholuded   Mltlor, MuWollnl,  Sound m  JieaetasJp^xiiisI^^^  Record Annual Expondlluro  ,$1,46,1 t^QQ^Zu^r^mm_rmrrr^r^r~^���  .eo-ppe^tlon * which vmnd ^  powilng possible,and s.uch'a succohs.Jh order Jlitlor Btylo),  Romombor Genorrtl  heeded now on a larger scale,      ,       , McAHhur?  Ho  tried    to convinco    lho  Wo ask thoso that enjoy Ihoso jfnoll- ���AihoHorins, thiitlhoi'o Was n-commld un*'  ilicfl to reolprooato and vo|o yes "In an dor Qvory hod,  wlZi n\ul}k\ ,tt ,hi��m: tom���^ '*��    fc  ,^�� ^ond.Jhindod idioln must bo you   which ,tol vo.ttiid j'alse oUh chlidr0rt, r - ftnd*,yout<7frlondsr not;'knowlng tho dlf-' ���'  -rJho-.voto-bocauBo-of, a.tax hlke-ls -no- foroncosbetween Trotsky Communlfinr'ind'""  ,  lonHor valid, The, addition .lo'tho. homo- . Pwolflm, thinking...them ..nil the inme ���  ownbra grant lias,covered the cont, In    When, in ���,fnqt,'thoy nro  two dlfforont  ho pant our tax dollars .have boon spont' Idoologldij, lllte rtny.nnd night,   ��   .  m other areas rather Ihnn tho 3uhshlno        CommunlHih Ih a rtocUU Oi'dbr 'bnsed '  ponBtrltecrpAtloa,-te-np:loi)Her--��,-*luKui'y; r on (tho>om|so.:th'f-1'' ov'ory��� IntllvidiuU it~  -hut i\. healthy altornativo as lolsurotimo    oquaj|.-iRaoh conlrlbutoii'to the communnl  ihcrcanen nnd Jobs for our youngntera nro    to tho best of his ability1 for lho honofit    ���  _���mugh4.j,��r(iij^.to.,fhid.-Wo.h��yo-fiwi,.^ifl��n���of��n,ll*lafl^A��rwhnlar"M4ni1nn'ltirTnlanicn   jf0,J"fJ,l����� nnn(lleni>poa h,y second rnio    on tho ppalrles urn ujiood nxmnplti,.  Plonso, holp \\_ ohaimo this siluatlcm    footlvoly, on'n broad baso, in such couii;   ������  ' ^V(lte I���'                                               Wei h/bm, Chlrirt or even itmnll court-  m.   '    -ai,", 41'  A^ociuive,   tries likp dul)h, Tl��o altol'nntlvo Is social-  QlpflonH Athlotle Association* inm, In rill Its forms from tho bottom to  r\ue ' a_                                      *)"> top. ������..,.'���  UDjecuon������������������ ftwiinirintipBoinTifig^^        ���-  *,      To Incronso Employmont  pBW^����wS^Tho*Rp^  additional $266,300,000 Into tlie British Columbia  ������"'"��� ��� ��� -^ecpnomyr- -*'"���""i"" ��� *"���**"��� ���" m- -^   ���       Annual Homoownor Grant    "������"*-���-���  lnb^Q6edfrom$17dto$186:ihl97^7     '   '  For homeowners ,,6^year6 of age ond over ��� an  additional HomepWner. Grant of$50,to total of $23,5,  ....Homeracqulsltlon.FMndJnoreasoof^ae.OOdiOOO. ������  Education  , An Increase of $44,711,00>to atotalof $440,671,000.  * sfJl5,800,000 jnpreoae..|n..gmntaJp.,MnlVQr9ltlea_and_7...Gxpenaoa' are.cpmp|ete|yjp|*innQo.d���tr.om..QBtlmatQci   -HeaHh;ServIco8-'~"'������: "~~���: ��� :      ~  Aninorease.of.$48,788,000-to a total of $388,813,000,;  Groon Bolt Protection Fund  A��$25,000,Q0b.Jund*to^preser.ve��,green^belt��areaQ��  throughout the Province^  Poworllno Boaullf Icatloii Fund "7 " """���"T"r"  $1 o,ooo.qoo to encdurage* uhderground power lines  In'municipal areas;;,,,;.  Modlcal Sorvlcoa ,  $85,000,000 provldedifor the fourth full yedr of operation of the* Medical - Services Plan T"* $32,401,000  moro than was spent |n the first full year of operation.  These record expenditures which Include all capital,  JU**hL.  0mb*m#wtmmmwm  ..N*-,  r 4^4^^S4HTM44.,HW4.W44��44.^B4*444ftfl4*WMWu^��^.^4��**��44*4^W.(K4.^44��444^.4  .,q.  -,4.Jl��  '���bo||ego8rt6"a:tbtal-bf'$129|600,00Q,-��� -.   l*rti��.��.4rtmtMtai*iff��ir<r4.vlHMM*fl.f4*kl.ilJi��i.��,t��.in'..4.'i|i|||.�� H-Ml^t *  -; revenues, of $1,463,436,000,., ���..  THE GOVERNMENT OF  : BBITJSb_C.QLUMBIA  -KdltoTrTherTlmes1-*-  ^aftei^th^capltnHst-tiystem-collftpfiOft;  Sir:'Vbup February D lssuso has'been   }}w. ''��ud��l landlord, tho very rich n.nd  rend and dlgofltod, jholr, Jacltlos, got panicky'for fear of los��   So ��� tho flccholt Teachers Association,'   !n? 1th10,r' P^y^logod nt^tua quo and rally  . tWo^hll'ds'wny, through^thQ soliool year, / pfl!3��W ono Htrortg.nian tofquoll tho rush-  ihns decided to Jot' tho public know that    nB-.JWo. Pf' ��tr ke�� and demonstrations  thoro.nro "too fow^onchors ��t'Ponder,,, }V jlho..'^VO-notji and to maintain Jaw  sbhool , effectively,   I   And .that^r^her ,."J> �� PoHcofllato under their "dictator,and i  u*-&J>}}* t-Sb&Xr  Honr WrAr QrBennettr P.0.7  Premier and Minister1 of Finance  "Orav^rySbn,"'"'  .Deputy MlnlQtor.ofFlnanoo,  Porllamont Dulldlngn,     '  Victoria, British Columbia.  '',   1  Ploaoo pond mo o copy of tho107J? Brllloh Ooltimbftt BudrjQt  6poQoh.(P|oat*Q Indloato.lf you roqulro moro than ono oopy.)  NAME  m -wp W5t*ft�� w*��*b*i ��* -w  tT��Ai6*WW*��*H��*.��BpftV***'!*^*B;^!I��W'V*4W*'"?iyr;  '7  ADDRgSS  T-r  ��� 1 ... , r ", I  4��.4nM4MUn44H^M444kNm4.     j4ft4^^^lh4^��M4W4W^rf��W4��.U'W**^4t^4eW^^l^l4M^4^^*4^^4M4fc4^��^4^8^fc4P*..44^44i.Wft��w4^.W'f>,.^.,��  HI. ���J,.4IHL,   W.I.IIW WI^44��*T A <M,4.WWI���,4��W,��a.l ^^^^IW^IlM4*^4M���nWM4<w����^^^W^rtW^4^P4^W^I^4|^l,u.4.^4^,^lMW,,l^*44wnyw4HUlB.4MW%lM4^  *���. -1, ���'��� ���' if'*. ���'���''", >*���'��� '"'i,'',.'":','":; '^',p  '    ' '    ., .'.��� . i . .    It,.  ....*">���'��� f  ' ' ���'' ���>*���;���*��� ,[���  1   , V��� ' "'       .    '. ��. ' 1     . 11        lww>|i'|, r  ,i|   .    <���   1 i'l�� 'iii  i, mi. Mimm ii��.ii|ii '.r. ( .    i 7f",*"V"i"~.i����.~��<41m,���������������,������,^,4,..(,  iwia^i��i^*it^w��tB��wwfltfwte^Mi'ff*M*��^<9'^y  4^,4^  .I,''  M fMMf ^���i��rtn��>^|Ht  riUfvWilMwwMMmMw  '"    ll     '"                 ''Ik'1      I      .      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Page B-6 The Peninsula Times   Iff
Wednesday, February 16, J972
—by Don Radcliffe
'ANOTHER'1 %week•   with vvej-y    little'   fo
report as far as local fishing goes! Who
said no nev^s is good news?
The salmop jin' are not around and
one local fisherman reports that herring
in any quantity* are very scarce and hard
to' iind. "I tried some bluebaak fishing
this week, used a variety of lures and
techniques, but had no", luck. Let's hope'-
this poor fishing does not continue into
nihs?  _
Cedai*  root   baskets   oi'  all  desciip-
---t+onswoven wJth-g-i-ea-t-s-k-i-H-bjf-^-d-ies--
of the Sechelt Indian Band give Roberts Creek students an idea of. the
Indian Culture
"perfection' ivhfelrH^nrai^ "craftsmen
aeh+eved *in thek*- woi*k. Greatly admired was the baby's crib and the
sturdy  suit-case    with its^   ornately
decorated covei*r^heHja;sfcetS7-eai'ved-
totem poles and masks were part of
a very fine display .loaned to Roberts
Creek School last week.
- One good .spot of news; however, -is the-
new'licence fee for non-Canadian spprt
adian boat- owners even if they are property owners here or, indeed, even if they
have a boat registered in^ a Canadian
port. The fees are as follows; *'   '
'Boats under  15,'—$15 per year.
Boats 15' to 30'—$25 per year.
Boats 30'  to 40—$50 per year.
Boa_te over 40'—$75  per year.
Non-Canadians renting or chartering
boats from a Canadian port do not require to purchase a licence. In other
words it is the boat that requires the
licence   if   the   owner's   permanent   resi^
sunshine coast regional district
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A, By-law to authorize a submission to the owners of land within Electoral
Areas A, B, C, D, E, and F of the Sunshine Coast Region;.l 'District;xMvthe
question of participation in the function of "Construction, pperation and Maintenance'of the Recreation Centre, including an Ice Arena".. 	
WHEREA^-rh^-R^giorml-'Board" of- t^e-Sunshine Coast Regional District has7
been requested to undertake the "Construction, Operation and Maintenance
of a Recreation Centre, including an Ice Arena" as a function of the Regional
District for the member municipalities and Electoral Areas;
dence is outside Canada.
Maybe  -this   will   slow—up   the   many~
nori-Canadians    who   come    up   to    our
waters   and   operate  large  scale   canning
opperations while posing" as sport fisher-
nien. If they have.to pay for such activi-.
ties   maybe  they  will  find  the  cost  too
prohibitive.   Let's  hope  so  anyway.  This"
type  of  person,  and  there  are  many  of
'"    IhbUi/ls' nui'liei a spuilsinart-nui.. a fishm'-*;
man and we definately do not need this.
type in our watery — —	
AND WHEREAS the proposed function would provide for the constfuctton
of an Tc^^Hn-rirrd otherTfacilities of-a recreational nature on publicly owned:
land in the Roberts Creek area of the Regional District;
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AND WHEREAS the member municipalities of the Village of Gibsons and the
Village of Sechelt have agreed to submit to'the ownqrs of land within those
municipalities the question of participation in the proposed function concurrently with, and in similar form, to that submitted to the owners within
the Electoral Areas; * . . . .
NOW, THEREFORE, the Regional Board".of the Sunshine Coast Regional
District in open meeting assembled, enacts as follows: \
1.   A poll shall be taken of the owners of land qualified to vote within Electoral
 Areas A, B, C, D, E. and F. ——" ——'~—
2— The^oii "^^^
hours, of 8 o'clock in the forenoon and 8 o'clock in the afternoon..
3. An advanced poll shall be conducted at the Regional District Office, Davis
Bay,, between the hours of 9 o'clock in the forenoon and 5 o'cloek in the
. . afternoon on the 24th day of February, 1972, and those permitted to vote
at the advanced poll are those who, being qualified to vote, sign a statement
that rhejLjexpect to be absent from the area onvpolling day or they are for
tio .tar l vhave~~~hot been contacted"!^
any of the other marina operators in our
area and would like to remind them
again that any ideas or information they
_.. might have regarding catches, etc., Phone
them in for we can all benefit. So, let's
hear from you. .
A thought  .-  .      Approximately -seven
eights of the world is water; does this
mean that God intended man "to spend"
seven eights of his, time fishing?   -^— ;—
Sechelt Lanes
—by Eve Moscrip
HIGH scores this week were again from
the Sechelt Commercials with- a nice
high  of  774  by  Lionel  McQuaig  closely
followed by Al Strachan with 746. Other.
scores include: ~    "
Mixed   100   pins:   Alan  Ellington  333,
Andy   Henderson   328,   Lil  McCourt  283,
Diana Young 265.
Sechelt Commercials: Lionel McQuaig
774,  Al  Strachan 746,  Tony?. Bitting 282,
reasons of conscience prevented from voting on polling day.
"Are you in favour of the Regional Board undertaking the Construction,
Operation and Maintenance of the Recreation Centre, Including an Ice
Arena under the following terms and conditions:
(a) The capital cost of construction and development shall nbr^xeeecT
-fb)^F^>orfk>mncnt of—thc-4*ost_of^ the function—among—the participating
-member municipalities;.._and_. Electoral"Areas~~shall be onjhe _basis of
B&C: Freeman Smith 622, Glen Phillips 637, Tim Frizzell 611.
Seniors: Patty Wing 527, Dale Benner
480, LarryTRichter 530, Andy HeAderson
^    Juniors*'  Wayne   fhilli'tfjr ^My5*'Anne'
Cheighton 240, Garry Benner. i>"   7
Carved out i'o red cedar by Chief its-secrets by telling the story of the
Henry Paull,  this very fine Toterq, legendary figures. The display of In-
Pole commands the attention of Carol clian crafts in Roberts Creek School
Montgomery, Daniel Dan, Carmelja library was • thoroughly appreciated1
Dan, Greig Jovick and Todd Machin, by students of all ages,
while Miss Thelma Thevarge unlocks
March 24th ". . .
Pender Harbour Auxiliary
-assessnrcnnrt~wKich may be taxed for school purposes for the current
year- in-the Electoral Areas and for general Municipal purposes ur
(c) The annual cost of the said function shall not exceed the product of a
levy of three mills on the* net taxable assessed "value of land and improvements referred to in clause (b). Yes or No?".
This By-law may be cited as the ^Cons^ructiofrOperation and Mamtenance of
a Recreation Centre By-law No. 6J, 1972". " """
READ A. FIRST time this 27th day 3f January, 1972.
READ A SECOND time* this 27th day of January, 1972.
READ A THIRD time this 27th day of January, 1972.
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For  Quick -Results- Use  Times  Adbriefs     Canada and Australia began in 1949.
THERE was an uxcul,lont turn-out for tho    tho-.founding of Pundtir, Harbour  Auxll-.,
first  regular  monthly  meeting of  th    iary. a ten will bo held on May 10, this
"I^cmFcVo F"*T I ii r iTotl i~7A iT^Ti 1 i u i-y" t Vi St. Miuy'S
Hospital, bud woiitlnir having forced post-
.poninoiU of tho January moolhiR.	
1'roniclonl Mm, J, Dcmojly rcttidud and
Yoporlis   woro   road   by   chairmen   of   tho
viiriouH vummlttooH, Moinbora woro nuked
lo help In  lli-kol  miIi'n and  publicity  lo
wi.Huro a Koud altondaiico al    llio forth-
; cunilhy conuurl of nuhjotluni'. from Clllbort
Ik Sullivan  by  Hurry  Munnl'lcld  unci liln
1'roup, wlilcli will ho hold'on Maroh' 'i\
which ulunilcl bu...unjuyablu to all,    .,  1 nuion Hi'ill
pfi'-c:o>T*»nvlI,t u«7""rii vflod, a
Voing  H6,spUal"W66k "and   e'loso  to Ilu!
birthday of Florence Nightingale on May
An invitation will bo (*ant lo MfS. D','n
Cumoron, Iho 1'lrnt ])i'enldont, and Canon
Groono will bo uhIck! to HpoaU about tho
diiyn whon moHt travol wuh by boat,
ptlioi' Inyiiatloni, will boHont as'wolU
1 Tho dnlu of tho umiual-'cariilval wan
not for Outobui' !J1, hIihio planH mu»l bo
Hindu in iiilvmiou
lurch II al 1:11(1 p.in, In lho
uu'luborH, who
on Fobruary li-l at  liilO p.m. at wbluli hIkj
jy.III ullin.'ulu muUiriulM [yr...inahhui....ai't.in.	
clou (or Ma|o,
I'luiiH woro tiv(i('« for unothur.twlmon
hiiih'ohh, llvo dalo In not for July I and ?„
Kii'Hl prlzo will Im '(il()() wllh ii numbor of
otlior prison In Ihrcici dlfl'orout uaUiKorion,
To (Hilobraio lhc< j'Uth imnlyorHiiry of'
™lA.a.'li)tr'.;,of.,:;.po()pli.v7nawiiduyK■•-h'lTvo 'a
M.fcJt1., M,A,, or, Pll!D,, but thoy don't
havo a .1,0,13,
^ Phono 886.7244    ,
I afWWs'W'W wi»»f i& #n
W»t«ji1i«*«**^ l**«M"**»*t f^f^ li
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, Sunshine Coast Liberals
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^For the information of residents in the Powell River Sunshine Goas*t Regional Area we would advise the following
changes: •
7 ,''..   , .,'.,.,, ....' .",'.....'     ';'" :,',;,;,,:',;;,,,. .; .....:  _„ y
resident fares will be obtainable to persons who are
-able to present their resident's identification card at
the ticket booth at time of travel,
2, Any member of a family travelling qlone will need an,
identification'..card if he/she; wished the resident's rate.'
. It therefore is necessary for each family member who
^^^^.e^pects. toJ.rave'l. without;the:head^of the family to
obtain   individual.. resident  identification, cards._ It
^^jKbuld^n^ed.thqt pqrents or.'guqrdiqnsjcan com-
cards will  bCayailqble at the following location
commencing FEBRUARY15,1972 at the times listed.
1:  Secholt Motor Transport, Sochelt, B.C.
t^trtWMWWIiWb^^W^WnaaW.aMtitfiaWiWIJW^ rb*m._i_i)*^«!i&mwK&*t^*wtit&ittit&w^
TAKE NOTICE that the above is a truecopy of By-law No, 63 authorizing
the submission of the question therein sctjprth for the assent, of the' owner-
electors of ^Regional District and upon which question the vote will be taken
at:—    ■ '        ■ ^-.
Tuesday to Saturday: 9:00 a.m,-5:30 p.m.
2.  Pfcndor Harbour Fishing Resort, Madeira   Park, BnCf
. • lh»* ^t*M» ••<»*• "9*^ It ."win *
tit 7;30 p,m>
i.>iii.wn»fii 4<iii)H>|
i ^i^li'll^f^liifi"
Thl? Assoclallon's'nomlnatlno ■commltlee'wlll nrosonl lis cancllclolo lo ■
contos   lho Ulpqra .inoralnallon (of /sAcickonzioRulinfi h tho noxl
I '.' '•       '» <" I      •.' .' "   '' ' ,'     •'■'I.I.I'lH' <   'K*   <>ll,i»l<l_. 'f,   |™      ,l|.,'
proylhclql   election, .PIoqsqm maker ovory' ottort   io   attend   this
"''' ''-1' ■''' '"    ' '   "    "•■ Important 'Ynooilna," v ' .-.''■•
i  Ht iMmwitfHMititniW**!. t
n.M\"7. + \;
Monday^to Friday: 9:00 a.m.-5;30 p.m.
3. Tourist Information Bureau; Powell   River, B.C.
Monday to Saturday: 9:00 a.m. 5:00 p.m.
Daily—Business Hours ,
Electoral Area
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Location vi Poll
.Egmont Elqinentary.,School.       , ......
Pender Harbour Motel, Garden Bay
Halfmoon'Biiy^Elcniiqntaty '•sc]l6o^,v*"-"""WT,"■"v"','■""
West Sochcljt Momentary School
Davis-Bay Elementary School
Roberts Crqok .Elementary School
Elphilistone Secondary School, tiibsons
Latigdalo Elementary ffcjiool
on the 261U day ((^Fcl)ruary, 1972, between the hours of eight (8) o'clock in titer -
forenoon and cij-lit (8) o'clock fn lhe atlcrnooit, and lhat O. Ll Ginirchhas
been appointed .Returning Ofl'lccr-for-tho purposo of taking and recording tho
„YOto.of the .electors,,,,_, .
An adyaneo poll will bo conducted at the Regional District Office, Davis Biiy;
between tho hours of nine (^ o'ciiick in the foronoon and fivo'(5) o'cldolk; III
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tho advanco poll aro only those who, being duly qualified owner-electors, sign
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by tho nppllcniU of satisfactory wrjtlen evidence of ownership, glvo n ccrr
.tifieato, under his, hand entitling him to voto, Tho appljoant shall bo required
to oxecuto tho apprbpriajo declaration under tho provisions of section 46A
Officer,,wljl also have llio power to Issue tho certificate in tho capacity,,of
Assistant Secretary, A certificate may be procured at any time during office
hours between tlie date of litis notice and' polling day, On polling day a certificate will l)o obtainable only between tho hours of JUU0 p.m. and 3:00 p.m.
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,M"/MI-»J|   L| S7T*'  . ������^���.^.-���{/^z^k. 7-,-y  ;���?  Around^heHarboar  The Peninsula Times       .______..  "~~   WednesdayTlfcftra  ���by  Diana  Bomford-���phone 883-2440  THFi   iU.��S-T���E��.Bd^i^_Hathou*���Bcewpies ,J~  under the leadership of Beverly Dival  is Brown' Owl; TFTelerT "ClvnsfianT Tawny   Owl: and Ruth Go.bUs as. Godmother and  Signer lor Badges, met Tuesday following  uHil.'Thpy have ;. full pack of eighteen.  icre are no further openings untit September.  Earning their path finder badges are:  Cheryl   Kobus",     C i n d y    Tate,     Wendy  Thompson,   Corinne   Brown   and   Denise  Hemmen.   Cindy   Tate   is   also   veceiving  ���her-etrtteeters-badge.  These badges are to be presented at a  special mother and daughter banquet to  be held at the legion hall in Sechelt,  February 22. This is also the birthday  celebration of the origination of the  outing and Guiding nTOverrrenirby^fcord~  and Lady ��Baden-Powell. -(  The brownies will be entertaining by  singing "Laurentia" and a- pack song.  Cindy Tate will propose a toasl to the  mothers. The girls are making personal  place cards for the occasion.  [��set^antrrr.Mr.. R. "AT^dVarJsoh-  as -president-. Secretary is Mrs. Gordon.  Edwardson atvd treasurer Mrs. "Wm. A.  Cameron.v On the bingo committee are  Mrs. Jim Tyner. Mr. Fred Whittle and  Mrs. Wm. Matti<7 Other members of the  eveculivp are Mrs. "Ron Pockrant, Mrs.  Archie Walker. Mr. John, Tully* Mr. Keith  Kunkwist, Mrs. Dave Scouler, and Mrs.  1*. A. Edwardson. ���  Two   executive   meetings   have   been  held   since   January   30   starting   off   an  active  season  for  the  club.  New,,wiring',  for   the  hall  will   be   done   immediately  by Mr. Nick Gerrick.  ,   The   club  plans   are   to   have  shows,  roller   skating,   carpet   bowling   and   to  install   two   pool   tables.   Cubs   use   the._  hall each- Monday and Brownies meet "at  the hall Tuesday. "Interested bingo players get  together on  Thursday  at  8  p.m.  $100   has   been   donated   to   the   soccer  team  byMhe  club.  The   annual   Spring .Bazaar   is   being  planned.   Anyone   wishing   to   contribute  USE  For Summer and residential homes.  Example 400 sq. fh Cedar Cabin/  supplied and installed on your lot  for, $2,600. Do-it-yourself kit with  plans $1,800. We also do framing  for economical houses. Phone after  6 p.m, 987-1893 collect.  Nine girls are now working on their     their time or  talents is  asked to, get jn  olden   hand   having     already   achieved     touch with any of the executive. ~  kteir gold bar" in Novernber. Seven others  e vworking on their gold bar. Two new  weenies are to be enrolled as brownies.  New- memberships . in the community  club are obtainable from the , executive  for a very nominal fee.  Bargain  Overflowing with milk and money, being installed by Coast Cable Vision  students \of Davis  Bay School  are, for an initial hook-up, fee but ito fur7  able to pay for their own cable tele- ther    rental   charge.    The hook-up  vision - hook-up  wmcn maKes lor"! charge being collectea here by Mr.  3vv�����SxOT~>  i���^��teasian=sfit-jwiais  stjgfe-trier  iiKtelH97Hlate"  EOW-LIJNG-LEAGUE-���   There were two high' scores Wednes-  ii��.^X��bxu a ry,. .9-jaJl���,iJu��^Beiid��ji_  Bowling ieague. Eric Airtilla topped the  evening high singles with a 348 followed  closely, by Larry' Spara with a 320. The-  team high single, =1140, was played by  the Drivers. Alleyeats stole the team's  high three games totalling 3145. Eric An-  tilla- was high also for player high three  games scoring 708.  l"**"'��"��'M������MWM��wwwiyiwuiMu..n(vinnniwUMiiuii  iUEBEE STAMPS  COMMERCIAL PRINTING  see 7Ht TIMES  MEETING  WHISPERING  PINES  Restaurant and  Take-out Service  re-opens this  Wednesday,  February 16  Dining room will open at  a later date on completion  of renovations.  .''Mwwwfvy^^wy^^w^��vwln^wnnnw^wwwwww^tw^HIwww^*>r��nH��v1  donated by Mr. Reg Thomas; ser- sale"~i)fTrrflk--fit^school and- #a$ or-  viced free of charge by Sunshine iginally *destined for purchased "a  Coast TV Sales and Service and is    TV set.  SUNSHINE  Rebekah l^odge  82  recently  .installed   the   following   officers   fdr  T972. '.'.'"       l '  .._��:..,''..'.:: ..:>-:..  Investigation^oughi-,r-r.  Pender  Harbour  residents   are  urged  tp attend a meeting concerning the new  Recreational Centre. The meeting will be  .'Noble   Grand,   Madge.    Hansen    Vice     h4elJ at th* community hall February 21  grand"Phyllis, Handford, Recording 7Sec-     at.8 Pf-Dr-Eric Paetkau and Mr  Mal-  Tcelary   AUpp   A    FYfrnrh,   secretary   May _      m MacTavish of the Recreation Centre  Walker,Treasurer   Nellie   Whaites.   Ap-   "�����i^e-^ir be-^^  pointed   officers:     Elle'en   Smith,   Right     c*uestions.Please  come  and  voice  your  -SrjppOTteH-J.G.; Evelyn Olsen, Lef trSTro=���npminn   Thjs )s the last meeting-befoEe-  -gorter  N.G.;  Jennie'Reiter,   Right   Sup       the_refefendunx vote rpn February 26.       mstone  -^perter���V-(  plorter    V.GT  \4iee-^herFyT-iefrt���Sup=_  "Glaolys"  INADEQUATE gymnasium facilities at  Elphinstone Secondary School came up  for discussion at last week's school board  meeting when trustee Bill Nimmo asked"  for an investigation into why students  were wandering around town when their  parents .expect- them-to- be- in school;  Trustee Agnes Labonte said that she  under stands that "some �� grade 11 and 12  students are given study periods in place  of P.E. because of the lack of gym  ities. If these periods are the last in  the morning or the last in the afternoon,,  then  the  senior- students  may   leave  if  ed that senior students' should be' able  to accept responsibility and if discipline  is. required a.t that age it should come  from the home, after all, he said,. these  students will soon be out in .the world.  7> Trustee Bill Nimmo argued that when  they should be in, school, they are the  school's responsibility. Mr. Harina'said  that Elphinstone  is  not running  a free  -1^no7��<^^^^peraUoav_4usL_^mng^  illustrated letterhead which will 'be used  for the communication "Hi-Lites 46"  which should be published this week.  MATCHING  GRANT  TBrown,   Warden;  73H&n7^"5iriitIC"^^  ��� roy, Musician; Olive Porte, Outside  Guardian; Charlotte Raines, Inside Guardian; Carrie Surtees, Chaplain. Mrs. Jennie  Reiter is  District  Deputy  President.  ^3RIBGE  CI��UB  ...... AL.Lloyji.,was4he���^mnerri,,of,,the,eyen-  hig Jairidge--cha llehge^  Wood, is   made -up. - of   collections   ot-  small'lft'dividual cells ...which are mostly  from   04 to .12 inches in length.  8 whjen the Pender Harbour Bridge Club  held *its weekly meeting at the Pender.  Harbour Hotel. The club now has five  tables.  COMMUNITY, CLUB  Pender Harbour Secondary School will  be granted $20 to cover registration fees  for   two   students   attending  the  annual  visit to the University of British Colum- %--���: ���  bia. Elphinstone has already bejen grant- Local historian! Anyone who can tell  ed���$2vH"or���its���two���representatives���w-ho���y^u-wlrat^s^d^o-^tand-o^ei^ihe_parlc=-  will be Kathy De Kleer and David Bulger, ing lot is now. '  .     *  ���  The Community Club' executive would  like to thank all those people who gave  so generously of their support in 1971.  January 30, 1972, the hew executive  LAST CHANCE TO SAVE TAX  DOLLARS ON YOUR 1971 INCOME  i. '. v '   f? ..." j '   ..'���.--."   To^help^6u^t6ke^dygntaqe^f7jj��s^op these sgyjngs on your  '71 tax, we will be at the Cor^jGoUrt Motel Friday, Februdry l8irofirT~p^irr-an��'-  ���Jfltwrday, February 19th .alL  Thete's a port of the Income TaK^Afct J^at_^____W^B^rftH^_utr up to'$2.500L  from your 1971-earnedtaxoble income.  IBut, you must haveregistered a plan by February 29th, 1972.  At Metropolitan Life, you'll find many plans that are eligible far registration.  Let tax-deductible dollars help you build a, retirement income. "    _  '������.���'������ ���.-   ' . '��� ���'..''��� '. .     "���  .  Visit or call us, Arthur Bollo or Clire D. Taylor at the Cozy" Court Motel  in Sechelt. Phone 885-9314.  ____^^_  'students some responsibility, and it would  seem that more corniriunicatipn is required.  ���    -Mrs, Labonte reminded trustees, th^t;-  the' Referendum  ^rhic'h  contained  addi^  tional  gymnasium    facilities  at  Elphinstone failed to get pulplic approval.. ,  -SUPERIOR '-   ��� ���������   The  merits  of "private    and    public  schoolsi.were discussied when trustee Bill  :?'!'Nimrnio'ricommenied<'o by  parents,  "if you want your children to  get a good education, send theni to pri-  ''"'''''���vritG,''',scho'dr\'"'Mr's7'^  stricter discipline is.observed in private  '   schools and this may have something to  'do, with7 it,.,777. '....'.. '     ,,,.   7. 7   ,    .,  district superintendent R, I-fonna snid  that the public school Is a rmlo nhond  of any private school in  this, province,.  ;::77No^coMPLAiNT^Ti77::7,7:.:77::;^7:.7::  Comrnontlng ori'a.letter rpceived Jrom  tho   gechql|   Tyeocherfl'   Assoqi^tloni   ro-  gnvdlng teabhing! conclitlpnfi nt Madeira  Park   and   Ponder   Harbour    Secondary  . 'Schools, Mr.'(Hanna said there have boon   ,., no cbiif*pU\iiitf.,^rom.tho.HeocliQiicbnciOHied,.  oi*'tho principals o,f ellhor' school. Tho  complaint had only como from S.T.A.  COUNSELOR; .' '  Tho Board has ngrocd to advert lso "for"  a qualified counsellor io worl": in hlfjh  schools,..noxt Poptomhor.  This  will ,Jn-  ;,.  elude.counsolling In educational and voca-  ..problems, ���     ' .      '   ,.   -COMMENDATION- - �����>��� ���- - ���  Commerce Department at KlphinRtona  under; Bup'oiU'Vfllon of Miss Pnt ISdwards  -^^wnn^onRrBtulntod^oiT^the^qu^  ��� ^  "7 71      '   "  ^V1  ��� ..���{*;_ WW#. *t*ffnf(BH��.*ifj* H'i &*���**>. wV* ***. -^4ti iV-j_i._^__i ��V*ii. j^^^u.W-SWi't *'���{," {j  WATCH FOR THE FLYER  SECHFLT BUILDING SUPPLIES  '��TDl    -'  Box 778  .���.l^f<��(i)^V|l'*rl��:  885-2283  Sechelt  FQRMERU GULF BUli-WNQ SUppMES  Sbmmmmmhummm^^  ^4Jfe1a-Wy*��Mi<f^Vl.W^^vfe^i*fl*f��***^^  V  ^4HWtf*��il*��^l-'��t.(frf    "  <>|*Mi��..H *.��* ��4h*itMWii>4-  Ut).     V'".'',  7  No trust  retirement  'OurAFuncl(Amorlcnn  ��� "��� * ���" In ws'trfftfff tay''builds^"  rptlroipont Incomo throMQh  common atocka nnU  convortlblo Issuos,  mo^..'       plans than Royal Trust.  Our Guaranteed Investment.    ; ' '  Receipts; pay eihlph fixed rate's?  of Interest;.    '  Our |3 Fund (Bonds) pyta  your rnonoy Into l?ondpr���1-  ^ dobopturos and proforrodl  ���"8horo8.'v,:: ���'/[".   ',/',  -U,i  . Our C Fund (Canadian  l"Ihl^t��18J|QtirfoW'd6IltQ  come and see how mi  i.��  1^ .4  "1il"|li' H.llr. n     �� ' ���>  i, i     '   '  i i      .    ',  ..���.,���.     '.   .���    .',1    ..,'-H.|'^r,l.i4J.l,���  . I ..... * '  .... ,..,.     ., -i   ,  . c,l 1 + . .,( ., I,  fAjMr ��!����*U ��i��*��>ft'P��Wi������*!l(Wt[��,����.*W'' Il3��>i����tm!^lt^*'^^f^>^t!^^*^^  Our JV| Fund  .YRuunvinfl!Llnto.f)reC  puts  >������  mortgoflos noflOtlatbd by  "-Bavfll'TraBtionii Canada��-  ^���'���- wlaobpslsr.?7"'" ���,���>   combination of nnyorall  ortMrorAirdrMMrouF  ^lansryou "nQiincomf tajr-j  ndvnntanoa.  ��feyalTfust-  oney.works at Royal Trust  ,.,,; ,writ��'or,coirDou"eiEVA^s y, i  .44( .-^.l l4��f-|.t(ft,lu ��f  I* < 1   .,  C,.4<i,  ��W#4W4��HWeW��ff*4����M#ft#MW^W*4  51'  Mt+mv��r*rmim  ���^K, _&���__&_.  WALK BEGINS 12:00 noon, from the Sunnycrest Plaza Gibsons  -aricl-frpni��� the Trail  Bay Cenfre; SethelW  IWMIHIiKR^^ 77���:  PRIZES . , . For first family to wcilk from Gibsons to the site  , qnd ��� ffroi^S^to^^  ALSO . ;yf For^yaurtgest-and 7oldestr-walkersMFrom starting  poinfs^"siter'' >y~~-y  ONSITE. ::Giaiit Weiiter Racist'-Free Cpffefe -Free Hbt  ��Pogs-^lte^repm^��-Marshmallc>ws*et^.u^^  1     ���       >.' .,    '        .,,'��,,,.,,,��-.      -(    ,., ,    ,       ..,..., . '7���,  , ,,,    .,       ,.'(     .,  ,7��, (.i  <,  .1 ,         <      '���;_!'���  SENIOR CITIZENS . . ��� Free buses.   Pick-up   along   route.  leaves Madeira Park Hall 12 ribbn; Halfmoon Bay 12:40 p.m.  Sechelt,! p.m'. Recreation Centre 1:15 p.m.       ���...���.U......JV .,.  From Gibsons: Bank of Wlontreall?3pp.m.f y(a Lower Roberts  Creek Road to the Centre Site. '"~~"   ���  AmNTION DRIVERS .. .  1        1 i       j w ' 1 , '   M t     ���    /!  Please wafcfrfor  * HINI* i��.|*K��t)��M'*WH^t*i*tt ���  walkathon along  ftJ cy h wo v ��� Fefor wor v~'20  ,,-��� ,,  Operating This Year      ,  -mmmm  Tr"  ������ ; r[r-i in���r���r----f--rrT'rTT~TTipiii-iraiii-fiiniiii. 71.hiijiil: ii.l_j..7.-) 7.J, n^^T^^T^fmntgllil4IIOmiiiiUililil>llllliliilfilliJliMwlllHiillJ*li.ili��ii^iiljl]Ji^jjl.yM.IHUJ<).L--ILMcm^l]i  V"^"1"T ��"    "'"���   WKftiUwM  ���4' k  *dmm  \ ;,'/'V.;7;  llH#��t��M*^'WIWM>WvMl*lp#W  to*Ww!iiS��^^  mmm&w$mi*m6vm&mum!Mmmi_i1*- i*mmh%^.i.  ��,   . -ii     ��� <   .��   <    ���   '   ','.    -;  . ,     < i.  ,     .. '   ,������   '...-',if ���  ������\^:W* '.irtfi,,'*,!*..'!  *?���(, ������*fpM&ff.,l*^f.<u\<Wfi,n*i\it*'r.  <_ Y"^*'"*|*-��B��^i^��+|rt|  U#��WlWtlWWMfW^  (l . ' I  If MftMWlRWJll. ���  I'I     J     it' i,' I")  V.  I      I  .���'il �� .*\*!-> '.i1' V* *���'<���" ��  "''. s  '.'...'ll !.'" 4',.1'h. "tt >���) 1.  f        '  1  '���Ml' ��.|,  I     '    I  I'll.  It,.  'K ���  '"I '  ,.hn.|i,  i_i: 1  ..*,..  ,���.  ,   t,,^4 4..    . _.  .i.V'i'i1.'1' ,'<;  .*,�����<.  i'  .'/v  1'.  'm'  .y*    > 1 "  ���,.r.kl,(l4l !.1'J,. ,, ��' )     ifWl     l,��W|'�� I-  '.*>  .4,     ���     44 /    ��s}      ��     *   *  ,)|  ��,    *,  14* ^ lW|f|*T���*f',  ''"    7'1    l"ttilU,��.1*,1      '       >     *!<*.) flU  ,1,1.1. ,7_l.!_ y  ^____t__'i.  ��� A i '  i.  rnoQn Bay Happenings  Page B-8  'The Peninsula Times  Wednesday, February 16, 1972^  AT A meeting of -the Halfmoon Bay- Centennial Committee held at the Alex  Ellis' home last weeF; TEe Committee  agreed to clill a public' meeting at the  Welcome' Beach Halt on Wednesday,  March 8 at 8 p.m. to give a final report  and accounting oi' its��� activities before  the committee is dissolved. All residents  of Area "B:" are cordially invited to  attend.      4    , v  And here's a reminder of two important 'dates coming up! Halfmoon Bay  lieu-cation, Commission "annual general  i,idling will be held at the Fraftk. Jorgenson home on Wednesday, February 23 at  8 p.m. for the election of a 1972 Commission ..to ui-ganize:^prugx-ammes lor the  children and teenagers. Next film show  will be on Thursday, with a programme  of two P. and O. line films and three  B.C. wild  life films. ,  VALENTINE  There were two Valentine parties at  the Welcome Beach HaiykrsA week, one  on  Friday   for the  younger set   and   one  -uii- SaXuxday^���tor���the���not-sos-young   -set.  Friday �� party attended by 19- children  was sponsored by the Halfmoon Bay  Recreation Commission and was an undoubted   success -.,    Two. oi the films shown kept -the c-hjl-  ... Motivator dren   wide'e5red  with   enthusiasm,   being .  ���_; __~    ,  * %  ,   ,     , 7.        j.^'.** mainly  about  animals.   There  were   pic-  TakerT completely-"by ���SUrpnse,   MT7 tu.-es of a chilaren>zoo where theyoung-  Vern Wishlove, Principal of Madeira . steps played with ' deer, goats and other  Park Elementary School receives animals; RCtyP dog training'in Nova  .7    .-,    .-��-     ,      r-A ���   _���       n Scotia;   coxysJ^rig^.i-Qugk'^^  the Certificate of Appreciation from^heirmrmT^ Mouse';,  -Boy-Seotrts-TJf-6-anada,  pi;eS6Tlted^5y     the story of a little white mouse wart  Mr. .Bob   Simmons, . Liason  Repre-    lascinatil*g  study  of  animal  behaviour.  -PE-N-DB-H-harbetH-- r^jeined-the--Scouaiig���special  .services   to  ScouVfng.   In   D^Mng ^^n^i:^..^ ?J��Jcct.10"lst. was Mr' Keith Comyn. The  Movement   officially "last 'week   with    the   presentation,   "*-    o: '-   "���'���-*  ^-=^By Mary Tinkley  .' \.    ��� .  winners. The refreshments which received  many comp.iments-were supplied by Mrs.  "X*'"HalirMT*r''''^  Dratsch. ���   . ..  IN BRIEF --      A .-�����-���  Canon and Mrs. Alan Greene spent a.,  few days in Powell River last week as the  guests of theif old friends, Mr. and Mrs.  Jack Slaniforth. Though^ the roa,ds were  ciear, they report that fh'ere Was still  quite a carpet of snow everywhere around  Powell River. They returned home last  Friday, when tlie sun was so warm and"  bright, that they were able to"1 sit up on  the   ferry   deck.  Mr. .and   Mrs.'"Stanley .Moffat, s...had  -Aheir daughter and son-in-law, Elaine and  KeMiard Robinson visiting last aveek.  They are leaving for Prince George, xvhere  Kqnhai'd has a new appointment with  his  company.-.  Art Council presents  Lorei Film Boari  lXST     present at ion, of   National     Film  m  1  Board"* "films by the Sunshine Coast  Arts Council was more than two years  ayo. Now, following many requests, pfans  have  been  prepared  for another display.  A number 'of short features and movies  are scheduled for Wednesday, February  2;id in the Wilson Cteek Community  Hall at 8 pm.  Following is the list of films to be  shown: In Search of Innocence���A French  Canadian artist, in B.C. Railroader���Across Canada, Blister* Keaton comedy.  .Wolfe and Montcalm. Angolee���story, .of  an   Eskimo   boy.  Art Council members recommend this,,  as  an   ev.^ningTipX.en:joyrnent   and   look'  forward to seeing everyone, present. Admission  charge will be 50c,        ���    ^  J  SHAMPOO  -  SET        with this  $2.00  OFF coupon  PERM  -   COLOR  BLEACH   $5.00  OFF  CONTINENTAL COIFFURES & BOUTIQUE  x TRAIL BAY PLAZA - SECHELT - 885-2339  This Coupon Valid Mondoy-Tuesdajr-Wednesday in February 1972  Pender Harbour Scouting  jojficial recogniti  All Airline Reservations, Tickets, Tours and Cruises, Fly Now-  FOR ALL YOUR TRAVEL NEEDS  Contact Your Local Travel Agent at  �����tfWRES~  Trail Bay Plaza, Sechelt or Phone 885-2339  -Pay Later  ^  formation of a Parents Group Committee.  Scouting which had been dormant in the  area for some years, has been re-activated just in time to celebrate Scout. -.  Guide Week from February- 20 to 27. '"  Meeting   on   Monday,--February   7   in  "Mad?ira~"Pi'Erk_Schooi,-pai-ents--were- joined  by   Mr.   Jack   Adair  from   Scout  House,  *v!ancouver; -Mrr Bob   Simmons   -who  Mr.   Simmons   thanked  ~Mr. Wishlove for the 'marvellous co-oyer-  District President Mr. Ivan Smith is-  "titms" foils wed-  "By"' .games   and   .ref resh-  ments, -Musical chairs"winders were Lou-  aiion in getting, the Pe4ider"Gi;oup started  "'vevy   happy- t(5   see   scouting   acib^fi_-ise cfVIurPh^7and Sherry  Jorgensen  ���"";" C       ~~~   ' again  in   Pender   Harbour. Saturdays Valentine nurtv w*R  is:  Liason  Representative  for  the" Sunshine  Coast District and Sunshine Coast District  again.  REBEKAHS  Troop  Colours  xtfere presented  to the  newly  formed  group  by Sunshine  Rebe-  kah Lodge  No.  82  and  making  the pre-  -ssejrtation -to- Cub���Master'-Mi's.  Mareelle .  Meilleur, were Mrs. Madge Hansen,TNoble-  Grarid" of Lodge 82 ane7:-MTrs7lvan Smith  President Mr. Ivan Smith. '  Two surprise presentations helped  welcome the newly formed committee  into the Sunshine Coast District. Madeira  Park's Elementary School -Principal, Mr.  Vern Wishlove received the framed award  presented *by  Boy Scquts of Canada far-  Chaplain   to   the   Rebekah   Assembly   of  -Bi-it-ish-^Golumbia,  ��������� -.  -  presentatiye Mr. Vern Wishlove.    ���  Cubs meet in the Community Hall  every Monday at 3 p.m. under the leader-  ship  of  Mr.  Meilleur  and  Mrs.  Marlene  Desbiens. ,   - The-Group Committee is-working���to���  wards formation of a Scout Troop.  day's Valentine party was mainly a go-as-you-please affair with games  oi darts, bridge,, cribbage and rummy.  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