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 v   'J'JP*.'^-.  ���i.'^^m��&^^~  j.-announces^.  v, J  active support lacking  ENIJsrSU  MAYOR Ben Lang told Sechelt alder-  xmen at last, week's council meeting  that the annual May Day celebrations  -~wtll-be���dropped ^byTffre���vrlla^e--for-this���  year at least. He aaid that a couple of  meetings had beenjrcalled with interested  members of the/public but, although  some were interested in Keeping the  event going, little or no active support  was forthcoming.  Aid. Bernel Gordon expressed the  view that the project would be just as  well dropped".   Mayor���Laim,���however,���commented  .that he still feels the recreation commission should be ireformed "some' people  seem to think w% already have enough  organizations operating in the area but  I feel we always had a recreation commission and it would simply be a question of reactivating the group."  Mayor Lang also asked for co-operation of the press in publicising his thanks  to all who were sufficiently interested in  turning up for the meetings to consider  ���the���May-Day situation.       discussion on matters of mutual interest.  SEWER SYSTEM  JAld^JMatsnxL is still investigating costs  berving the Sunshine Coast, (Howe Sound to Jervis Inlet), including Port Mellon, Hopkins Landing, (jranthams Landing, Gibsons, Roberts Creek,   y  Wilson Cree"k, Selma Park, Sechelt, Halfmoon Bay, Secret Cove, Pender Harbour,"Madeira Park, Kleindale, Irvine's Landing, Earl Cove, Egmont  LARGEST CIRCULATION OF ANY PAPER ON THE SOUTHERN SUNSHINE COAST.  Union    -��_*���   Label  This Issue 14 Pages ���  and feasibility of a sewer system. He said  that following a N study of bbth Gibsons  and Squamish systems each appears to  ���'work���out���to- about -$140 p&r-^touseriutd"  ���per<annum in order to retire capital cost.  Although he has a great deal , yet to  study, Indications are, thus far, that a  system could be provided for Sechelt at  a cost per household" per annum of $110,  and  would  include  secondary  treatment.  Volume 9, No.  \ . ^_ :  .17 ��� WEDNESDAY, MARCH 22, 1972  CLEAN-UP WEEK  Council discussed the possibility- of  launching a "Clean-up Week" in cooperation with the Sechelt and District  Chamber of Commerce. The Chamber at  an earlier meeting agreed to such a project on the lines of that carried out each  yeaii,in  Gibsons.  Mayor Lang told council that the Gibsons  council  plays   its   part   by   looking  4^ft��^��Jbg^ad.vjsrtis4fig--aai  local refuse collector helps out by provid  ing a pick-up service for items not normally collected. This would include such  things as old appliances, fridges etc. The  same   collector   also, looks  after   Sechelt.  and  it  might therefore  be  a   gooS  idea  _to_JiQld--it���-leari-up- Week"  at. the   same  period    as   Gibsons.   Both l communities  could then share in advertising and publicity- - arrangements^���It���was���agreed   to  make- necessary arrangements in accord  with  Gibsons. .     !  . A joint meeting between the two  councils was scheduled for March 20th  probaly in the Whispering Pines dining  room March 20th. General idea is that  both -groups���might���sit   down   and   hold  with the engineers will soon be possible  but there are a number of factors to be  - studied first.  Mayor Lang agreed that every detail,  * costs and types of system should be  thoroughly studied first "you have been  looking into the situation since the start  of the year and we,, have already had  previous surveys," he commented. He  asked Aid. Watson had he coffsldered the  possibility of including Selma Park in  ���thensystemr-A-ld���Watson���replied���that���he-  envisaged a system down to Wilson  Creek. Mayor Lang said he planned to  assertain views of the Regional Board  in regards to possible extension of the  service."  SWIM CLASSES  Sunshine Coast Lions .wrote pointing  out that the club plans on undertaking  operation of annual swim classes previously a project of the Kinsmen club  "wTTicTfTTsTToVv^e^  that the grant given by council for this  function be increased. At the suggestion  of Mayor Lang it was agreed to increase  the amount by  10%.  Tuwanek-Sandy  FOLLOWING requests by many  respon-  "      sibie '-residents   of   Sandy   Hook   and  wTuwanek for a garbage pick-up and disposal   service,   the   Sunshine   Coast   pro-  poses to establish in Electoral Area C a  specified area to be known as the "Sandy  Hook   and   Tawanek   Garbage   Collection  . and Disposal Specified Area?'  A bylaw is to-be presented to owner  electors, Saturday April 1 with voting  conducted at the Legion Hall Sechelt between the hours of 8 a.m. and. 8 p.m.  - Cost of* the seiwfce will be raised by  a levy imposed upon land owners in the  area, involved. A . very small number of  part time residents of the area have indicated disposal but it is believed the  what  amounts   lo a k>wr  Chamber of Commerce  New Roads  .Where in Seefeelt are Limpet Lane    park  JOINT MEETING  fcetterHrom���council  J*)_Jb��_  seeks parking remedy  OPEN   letter   mailed   out   to   merchants   _and business   people aloj$g.._.the_jnaiii_  streets   of. Sechelt   by   the =���Sechelt   and  District Chamber of Commerce seeks  to  laiM_^��cJielLJLto^el^fl��ate  -with���ks lovely moss  covered  majority-favor  cost but important service.  Description of the actual areas involved is found elsewhere in this week's  Times in an advertisement placed by the  Regional ^Board.  .   v  RCMP Sergeant helps  latest provincial government's  campsite at Porpoise Bay where 75  camping sites complete with picnic  _MMes_and braziers are...;iust_'.a'bout^  colored with spring flowers,TBoraers      ^^     -��� ^��������x  Porpoise Bay with acres  of beach,  ready for occupancy. The beautiful  available for the enjoyment of everyone and. good fishing righj; at the  campsite.  T^1^6-^1^^^150171^8 >ithiI\ th?   W&sl SechelTWaterworks  shopping  area.  The  situation  is  not yet  -serkai5~"but is deteriorating each���year���as  -Out~oi~���&ntext  blasted by Sechelt's Mayor  RIISLEADING statements and snide comment  in  a   Gibsons   publication, last  week'-regarding  a  letter  from Sechelt's  Mayor, Ben Lang, to the Regional Board,  Sechelt  Indian Band Council, suggesting ajoTnT  meeting,   brought   back     a   reply   from  diief-H"enTy-pauil~thanking members for  taking the initiative in seeking, such' a ' the- area grows and. tourism-increases.-> ., .-  meeting. He explained that a meeting of Signed by Chamber president Morgan  Indian Chiefs has been scheduled for the     Thompson, the letter states;       week of March 20-25th. After that time The   Secheit   Chamber   of   Commerce  a joint meeting would  be welcomed.  It _��� has wiUen to the Village of Sechelt sug-  was left to the Mayor to arrange a suit- ~  ^ting  land be purchased  now for fur-  -able date with- Chief Payill.-���-- ~ -ther parkiimr-iAfe ^ave-^lso-tffged-fche-  "��� Village to pave "Inlet Avenue" and have   ��� ___        _ _^_ :���.       it m^kBtrTjnflpr-parking.         7���  It is lip to all business and merchants  to rnajc'p 'fcuijtorrier Parking Spare" available^ to only "Customers" and not for  t%iriselves or employees. >  ���5--fhe majority of businesses have some  kind; of parking space in the rear of their  buildings or parking space on the side  streets. It may. be a little inconvenient fpr  some of us, but as a whole, the "Customer" does come first,; and shouid7-if we  want their patronage.  Turnover of water system  could become hot subject  PROSPECTS of the Regional Board tak-  ~ ing" over the West S^trtre^ltr-Walei'wer-ks-  could  develop into a controversial  issue  long delayed negotiations with Victoria,  fl���lms   -a^__���becm���paftited   nut,   to   the.  SERGEANT" Bill Saunders of the Sechelt  RCMP Detachment met with members of village, council last week to discussa number of problems-involving _._  parking within the community, he told  aldermen that he looks forward.- to con-.  tinued co-operation with council.���   Mayor Lang outlined council plans for  eliminating parking problems at the post  office and-,,adjacent,..j3uildin^  present time motor vehicles drive in and  out of three entries along Cowrie Street.  Some will park- in front, of the building smothers, along the sidewalk, and by so doing pose a -problem for those backing  out from . within. ^ Another hazard is  causedr>by?4axis.parking near the..corner   and   obscuring   vision   of   those   driving  out  from   the   post  office  parking  area.  ^-Pla'iis call for-resfc  not; appointed to the Regional Board's  Planning Committee. I understand that  you made, a statement to the effect that  it   was   Sechelt's   turn   this     time.   This  and by all accounts it would seem that  this, will be the proposition likely to face  users of the West Sechelt system in the  near future.  "��� Mr.-Cliff Thorold, Regional Board  director and also chairman of the West  Sechelt" Waterworks stated last, week  that a meeting will probably, be called  in the near future with a view to making a decision regarding the situation.  .Times that  many users  at West SPfhp.lt.     pn ^ mam strget -n ^-^-^^  WM^MlWr  appear to be under the impression that  long time trustees gain financial benefits  from the system, As a consequence they  get called at all hours of day and night  everytime someone or other has a prob-  lem with water supply. Trustees receive  no financial benefits in any way and  most of .them are getting very fed-up  with being expected to accept responsibility for. every disruption of service.  ���yfoerefore, , yt would, seem, the logical  one entry only at the barber shop with  angle parking fronting the buildings, and  an exit on Wharf Road near the stop  sign onto Cowrie Street.  Sergeant Saunders approved the proposals and added a few suggestions of his  own. He also- explained that some -communities limit parking periods and pay  a, man to keep '.check! of the 'situation. Of-  feiders veouid.>h?n/ tie charged and fined.  ''This would keep merchants and sleepers.  copy to, council 01 Gibsons  it he expressed surprise that Mayor Peterson had been.dropped/from the Regional  Planning Committee and, in effect, said  he could not go along with Hhe Excuse  that \Mayor. Peterson had been dropped  .-Jj.acause it ..was SejciieJt!s_(um.^R9MJ,  '!;lW1b''*Y'rJWl?i.1'i ;;Z  'read a report in theGibson.s paperwhich  hus been,, twisted out of context and I  have nqjjnteniion 7of 4orQr,aiting ^sucli a  thing," he continued v!!tliqj'oc,-,Vas alsp a  remark made elsewhere in the paper to  -thcTBffc'ctHh'a^  "woo" the Indians.' 1 will not stand for  that typo. of reporting," he said.  Mayor Wally Peterson who for sometime has been a victim of similar snide  attack, from the same source, was told  by  the Board Chairman Harry  Almond  at last meeting 6(^tfio^Regibh'ar'lBbard  ��<thut��dilH4-namo~had-4been''removed* deli- *- "^i.pM.^i.ovw-v-  berutcly  fron>,  the ..planning   committee.    llfViUli-f;^^!  This has given rise- to considerable critic-  ism  by'""a" "nurnbbi'; of  jpooplo'including  council of Gibsons which  pays  a sub-  otantlal  mun   toward  tho  Board's  function of planning, Therefore- tUo  Village  of   GlhsoiiH   Is   participating   financially  , y��t, iflVrofuspd roprcsci)tatlon.   ��� .'  ���777C^p7::bi;���May6TFnmg  Board Clialrman, road at last wcoIi'h moet-  Jng of ft'lbsonsi Council states:    '  ,.,^���,!Ut4,waa���w'ith��.lnlorost7ttn4.s,urprJBo.,thul  -'��� 1 lournccl Mayor��� PotorHon of Gibsons wan  ti-yihg. tq be ra functional unit,  but the'    come parking, in'your rbad space.  tW07:viiilages have, their 0W11 plans and We  would  urge  all to  make  a  real  pr&blems 'which' must be 'taken.'-into con-    effort to get'their "vehicles away from in  sideration-byr-the-RegionaUBpard.Trhere front of the building. We may have to  is; 5np,'i y^ay; inr\vluch?jI,;:as;.:representatiVe-^ walk, a  little  furthei^^oV -it^i'ay ; not.,be.  dh" iiliip " Planning Oo'mmittee idv '* Sechelt    as cbhVenient^ut "if wilrbe wort'lT it" for  s^Sn^'inWln^-fbr^' "-' step, might'be to turn thei/^brks' t)"v,er to     from pSfkihg::al6;ng�� 't^fr'm'ain street/'' He  #^W^aHpfikri^'    the .fBbafd'.''A'slied'''whal_|UaKant^e Iv6ttl*    saldV'H'e^'l^ielxpress'ed.iWieivviexM t^atjlte  and-lax'" 61 "$30 ' .or' Ijaffiffnt^as"    ' "      * "~    c'an"'tlke1"Jtlie place of^Glbsons'-Village  representative. For the "general welfare of  the ilegipnal Board  and  the Village of"  Gibsons;"t suggest the^Planning Commit-"  tee Chairman and yourself give serious  -thouglitr-tp-Gibsons-rcprcsentation-on-the_  Planning Committee."  the Customers'- benefit.  -DATE"-CHANGE"'--" '" " ;>" '"   Port Mellon Auxiliary tea will be held ���  -in���the���Health���Centre���from_2_pm_to.^ 4 .  fam March 29. NOT March 30th.      k     x���  imposed upon those already on the Sechelt water system by the Regional  Board. An attempt was ������ made by the  Board-to push through a bylaw permit-  tihg^inci'case in.the cost of. bulk,'.water  t'p^tlie^^  Trustees, however, stymied this by protesting to Victoria. Since that time meetings  have been held between the two bodies  with the "object of reaching some kind  of agreement.  , ���   Mr; Thorold .told' the-Tlmosdast -week-  turn around and greatly increase either  user fee or.land tax? Mr. Thorold admitted that such a guarantee would be unlikely. However, there is control to some  extent.  be parked-'on the main street* further,  the suggestion by council that the operator be allowed two spaces on Inlet down  from the corner should be. quite acceptable. -'"��� - ���       -;"-   "������'-,-��� - -i-":  At Pender Harbour  Golf Club schedules  apmual Spring Te^off:  ANNUAL Hprlng Toe-off Day of tho Sun-  Hhlno Couflt Golf and Country Club in  Rct^fbiWVpj'lHflth^  planned by lho how Match CommlMoe  chainnan BUI 'I'VaHor-aiKtihlH* committee.  Wedmwlay will ��K.aln ho ladloH clay  wllh I heir flrnt orMani/.od: day to ho on  April,"Bill with Toc-Off tlpio'Irbm f)-l):30  p.m,  GoirorH will havo an added lhtoroHl on  tho ..cinii'w, thts., your���a..,water, hnziiiid  ,U\\w_. la,.l)Olini,���ma(loJ,huiront.;.yf,���Mo. (7  lirooji,       _ ��� (;        >  MEDICAL CLINIC    \  llonornblo Inubol Dlnviion MLA, ro-,  porli, that lho"now' Mtmpcwor commit-  ,����f^n��ou��ced^iHBMivWy*'fey^ion'i��W��lp^  i.Qi4^n,a^ii^l;^..ijt^^iiife^i^#.nfri>ij,m  ntruoicfl lo -vliil! llio Ponder .llarhour aroa  and n.cel with tho public with a' view  toward CHtabllHhlng u..ellnioiln,ll��ajviu,e��, 7 |;  TREES PROJECT , --: ��� -     l''  Aid, B'crhcl Gordon Ififoilhed council  that it would now seem the most logical  course to; follow, would be to turn over  assets of the Waterworks to .the Regional  BonrrJ, He explained that it is neces,sary  for the West Sochelt system to expand  to the higher levels up Mason Road, This-  would double the number of users and  -by-so-doing^would^-moan-omploymonUof*.  permanent waterworks crew. It would  also mean an incrcuso In cost of water  to consumers jiihd"could 'ovoii put "overall  cost above" that of users on the Rqglonal  Board Waterworks system.  At llio present time lho West Secholt  users pay a land tax of .^�� 1 f> pqr'anf.um.  medical clinic studies  HEALTH Minister, Hon. Ralph Loffmark  has kept, ono of Ujp promises .ho made  to Ponder Harbour residents during his  'visit, to the area" last November  At that time ho said ' that. Ponder  Harbour would bo second on the list whon  ho approachccl the Medical Manpuwciv  Commlttoo rogarcllng a study of aroas  which have no eonllnuous medical services, The list reported In the Vancouver  Sun recently roads: Clearwater, Ponder  .Harbour. Fort. St, James lyitkl'-ort Frasoi1.  3*&��<ili*��A&W  possibility of establishing community  health centres.  There   Ls   also   some,, indication   that  certain   people    as.soclatcd   with   Simon  w�� I'")'*'* ��'i','*��**U*< 1.  ��*|K ,:..P~��i!M ^"..���i.t','^.U..ir.i.^M-iii'l.ir.^i i  f .lti��JiWfe,'W �� ",-4��# BuWa'4^��ti.l��� f   1 ��ijt*"'m��t�� Ut-V fl nf  Frasor University or tho UnlverHity, of  B.C. aro interested in establishing In a  designated, place, a, form, of, community  health -contra in which a wide range of  health care (Including medical sorvlco)  Is offered to tho public by a staff paid on  a salary or capitation system. Tho Committee has .been  asked, to examlno  this  nis=Kai^t��tilani&SM*jjt*pa;��iS,  -plus $(iO:cc,nfnniHloirlVo;:nnm ���possn>lllly and report on Us feasibility  on .iiioHiegioniU-systom-pa^      -.-...    .  lax plus $30 consumer l'co, In other  words, Just -I'I nioro per annum than  West 'Secholt usci;s.  "Wo need tw carry out Improvements  to our'symenrnf WoRi~Ht*chelt-riRht nuw  and once wo do this It Is moro than  likely an Increase In oUhqivlancl lax,,,or  user fees would result In a levelling out  of costs to equal  that* of  tho ilojdonal  flguru.'Uald.Mr. Thoi'old,,. ���.,,,   ; Another factor to consider Is the fact  that employmont of staff would simply  ����r tno'Commtttoo- o~moot;;witn -ropro- Whllo MHkIn/, ,llQ Committee to make  sonlallvos  ol   tlie  Ponder  Harbour  and    hU,<Uo[, unU recommondatlons, Mr, Loff-  A docuniouUU>blod,!liv,tho;J^ ,,0  by the I oallh Min stor dm; ng the dobatu    Holvec( |WOl.oly ,,y calUni4 on tho provincial  of..hls..doparUn.Q|ii:i^en^  Is reported as Indicating thatllie pi'ovine-    jnonoy ,,,"  1' lie makes clear however, 'that lie  would favor giving monetary Incentives  to  those "willing  to sot  up  practice  In  ��� outlying1" ai'Qa'Hr''"~'""* '"'""' ���""' ������""-"���' -   lul government Is prepared���' to consider  offering special subsidies to doctors willing to locate In romoto aroas.   '  "HEALTH 'CENTRES^"1'" ","i'"'"" l "*'   The, nowly-vappolnted    Medical Man-  �������������I***-_�������-_ i����i��t��*rt^Mw��tM��miM^m.4n:  Vopr Rouncf> Flahing  ,;  -<  -4biB-ih-Sh*^phft^~olwAW,-Gotdon>4.\>G��^^Undard.0LS^  uutlflcaUonrpiourani..^���w����^-^-^����^^BctlulaL^  ; ,'4 .   ;,'   ���.:., ������    ���.�� , .,, '7',, ..���      ...    !'.-Ar' .. ���    ..'.*...  !'   '���    "���',"*"",'    w'*' -y-v-,-      ^       ��� ,^J..^--. ,. ...._.  Mnyor,' Uoiv  20 lb, ling cod  15 lb 'test  bo dunlluatlon  for alroadv  IhoAilaalonal    powor Commllleo has houn asked lo In-  Hoard has a woek'H crow. Further, anyvoHt'lt"-" '*��d make recommendations wllh  oxtohlloiuof, the,,existing, service whUcL.J'^I1^^    he carried out by1 the Board without any    inimpowoi'  luul   laellltles,  lncludlnK   Uhi  m i_.,m.mm,i,,__mmimmm��im- w.i��ii�� '���<")"��� ��"�����������'���"���'P.iwiwww'ptTiyffw'���"�����";";' ','��� "���"������ | '     wr���""'"�����7-|.'-;jLI���'���';��� 7-'" "'.';' "��     ��� ��� i .;'���"������'"';'";���'."������ v"���"";;���"���;'; "**. ,,  By Diana Bdmtord ��� . \  ������   " ��T-.,4,  4. 4 1    ' |            '     '       '" ,  Pender Harbour ratepayers  slam executives proposals  ' APMtbXIMATKLY oifo.'li^iWa J^pioju^^  ���,il igiiaw'PeTicIorli.Wmu^ iiunC^IKiireas away J wijn  mating.'l\old.oiv Sunday, March 10th In    4he waiorfront. (o) That.limits bo placed,  tho CommimUv "Hull"'���'"'""   ' 'on the extent of wharves and marinas.  '"< MH'ni^lRR\ior,,woro-lho ro��mvi��eiidiji��^ 13m��'H-  tlonri Im, new 7wmln�� roinUaltoi)i,  from    alu Ilarhonr-areas'lntn-reiildonilal-and.  tho"cxeainivcrAll*reponimen<lidl(aiH��w��ro---;conuuorolal;..-aroaH. *-~-���:���'t-���-^-  dlscnfised ,at great loiigtl'i'and \\\ spite of 'rwo further motions, apart from lhe  ,nn obvious'SolllniiMnlrby MtylMl.Cuy; , ^m\^t ,��-i'hat noiiBlunpri.. M  oxompt,'  'Hl��, thu lloHlonal iilanm-r, only outf mo. f|.um ,h()0| ,HX0���n ���ih1 h,^( ��]t;o7Tol(i-"  bmmciulallon was umloruoil hy tho mom. v\vw> im roqiioutod lo luoludo lho Pomlor  horiih'lp,  T1��0' one ...    ,,���      .   .     ....    m   .    UMl, ,1U, ..... thbiiloiilyai r II11 l��r:"lVI F," "TylToV ro  jTlio };halrniau,,Mrv..W,, L   u"'1 ,,ul - ,i  J-   ���  .luj'Uee'UUnR vote, The Mist  Issue was tllsquallflod whon  ortrnu^'that' flovornl ;poop  qualified to vote. The  first ballot was, ,   ,      , l0(,  jho  c,|nlo  W(w  mmYoA ml[  Bl. for and 10 a��alnst. Tho rumilln of J ho_ woul(W ,avorfirnt priority,, ���  rcmalnli.R brUlolii" wore ;not fi yen |by tho ���    ��� '  ,������ "''������  ������     ���,  ��� ��� ,'o ilny. furlhor        Nonflnatiohnfor two directors,'oloct  ^OPPOI^TUNIT*IE'S"��^����-----^-����<��-^   1�� l'liphlnstone Htudunts havo formod  'thenisolvos Juto a Kroup'andhave applied  for a Kraut under the Opportunities for  "ToilIh program In order to Operate l)io  Bocholt and District Chamber of ^om-'  merco hairlst booth durh.H' sumnior sea-  son, Another Kmup has also applied lor  thu.Ulbsons booth.. .    Ad-Briefs  point  the way  to action!  pTnuT^TImrTni mffllTlflcn-;���.ou  f,���.  n,0 B,10holl,   I'oiiuThuIi?  weru  ^^viininRni'nUirbn'prolMbllcrtin'tho'arca^^jiviifiofi::  nqurckod throitfdi, 415 for and 'II a��aliiHl, ()  ,,  !    ;T\'9 .ElinlrniM'u.. Mrv..\y,, L, ..Wlillu .caut...      'J  'In'Today's C/asstfioaV-     f  UJ'PUT.cur.lop.pruui.dlniiy�����y4.1nch..Blucli  and Docker drill (now,cond,).  Pf.   ��... *m4<u>A*U.>4.4<,4^���. *WVir4h4.^b.'.^444.\qA4.A4 WW>,4U>4!,i^^P44.4 ^4��:  i4wH4^**A..nwiu4^.i  rwvvwvwvwwvv>��wvvvvvvwvwwwwww  "ii. -el   ::.   .-1  mlo "wtM'e   not '-im, house, auu  imu  no nnu uuiivu a        n0l.on towns, Btreou or n culvorts,      '\�� .<.���'.'����� .'  1    i. ii ,  .....    call from Hon, Isabel Dawson In which        _���..'..        . ��� ... >   ,        ,.,  chair,l prcsumnbly ��� to sav  ���cn\bai,rft&9m��nt��it0 '"  inn  * ri��M>MtVMI  tho cxccutlvo      "' ed by acclamation woro Mr, Bon  mutlona weroi (hi *t'fmt   TSumont and/Mr. Joint PuloiWJn,  Bon Qriffllh,  ��� Tlmoa' Claaslflods aro |owco��t,i hlah-potonfly  .,  ialcs ton)q��.,  .,. ,..i-(   ..,v  '.^',i  ... ���.,..*,���> *,7  005-9654 Sccholr, 806-2121 Glb.ont.  .   )f.-!,t   ,  4  t��|fV    ^t^iiH"  ��t��|iM��iwf ���ji    ,X,  "Page A-2 - the Peninsula Timet  -G-ood-reMponMe-~9 -o ���-��-  Pender Hi-lites  :���by Cindy Harris  BASKETBALL TOURNAMENT  ON   MAttCH   10  senior girls travelled   to  Mission   to play   in  St.  Mary7s  Invitational Uus'l&'iball TuiiKiianient. Participat-  inp,   teams   \veres Nanaimo,   Duncan,   Mission'. At'a.'-.'-.i;'. Alder.nrovt' and Vendor.'"'*"'-  ni(indvi\s~7irsrga7np was Friday "even-  inn  .'U'.ainsl   Nanaimo.  Pender  Retting  off  To'a slow- start li.)st_1o_Nanaim-o 17-22. Our  next    games  \vere   played   on   Saturday.  The first school played was Duncan, Pender defeated Duncan 43-22. The lasl game  our girls played" was against  St.  Mary's  from  Mission,  Pender  kept  the  lead  the  entire game winning with .a score of 61-16.  Nanaimo   came   first   in   the   tourna-  Special Sunshine School  success at Pender Haxbour  \ment with Fender placing second. PeTrdFT-  was   presented   with   a   plaque   for   the  year  which  is to  be  returned  next   year  for   further  competition."  Kim Lawrence w,as clfosen for the all-  start team while Joanne Kingston was  given  honorable  mention. v  Hoxana Dubois and Kim Lawrence  were presented with silver lockets from  fellow teammates as a token, of farewell.;  'Both   girls   will   bo   graduating   this   year  and   leaving  the  learn..   All levins of PHSS give sincere thanks  1o their  coach. Mr.   .lack  Tiernan   for  his  time and effort during the past season.  BADMINTON  . Badminton playoffs have gotten out  to a slow shirt this* year with only the  girls' singles and doubles having been  completed.  CABARET  We are sorry to say the Cabaret dance  formerly  planned  for April  14 has abeen  .��x^mccll��d_^Xiie_rxa^mJoeijJiLJJiej^^e��ms_  \  \  annuaj convention in Vancouver Mav 5th-  7th. ;  Ever optimistic,  the  local chapter will  present   a   resolution   al   the   convention.',  .which  states: x  "Whereas     the     operating     costs     of  school.*. ������ I'or   retarded   children   in   rural  "areas  are  higher  per capita  than  schools  in. urban, areas which   have laxger__eiirxjl=_  "inents,   be   it   resolved   that   the   Sechelt  and District  Retarded Children's Association  recommend that  the  B.C. Assn.  for  Mentally  Retarded approach the Depart-  -menWof Education requesting an- increase  in  the  provincial government's  share  of  the per capita grarft  for  retarded  child.-  ing   in   Sunshine���School,���Gibsons;���Mrs.     ven. in these aieas.'1 ���r- -  Knutson said that the children whose  ages range from 5 to 10 years, are responding weMf. They also have the use of  gymnasium^, facilities and both the Prirt-  cipal Mr. Vern Wishlove and Elementary  School Supervisor Mr..'Hart Doerksen  are giving valuable  assistance. ��� -  Three    members    of    the    Assocation  from Pender Harbour attended the meeting'  and   they  offered   many  suggestions  for raising funds to assist in the operation  -of a- school-Mrs. Phyllis Knutson agreed  SUNSHINE School  happiness has spread  to  Pender   Harbour ��� where   four  students are finding fulfillment  in the special .  class   which   operates   under   the   supervision of Mrs. Phyllis Knutson.  .        -. J  The class which presently operates on  an   pxperimrrplal -basis in- Madeira   Park-  School   is  so   NiiecessfujCpiat   it   is   hoped  .to  make  ai,raiigeto.cirfsTo .continue  it  in  TtR^Tattr���" "   Operating under the wing of Sechelt  and District Retarded Children's Association, special instruction is given in the  morning with the rhrldren returning to  regular classes in the afternoon.  Giving a report   al  last week's meet-  sx    ''*��� ���by Erin Hudson  7 OPEN liOUSE     '  Ourschopl held opea house on Thursday,  March Hi. Everybody1 felt that it was"  a great success. There were over ninety  people who signed the gue^t book and  took lime, to visit .the various rooms and  displays. .The" P.T.A. bake sale and tea  made a total of $80. A\ special thanks  goes out -to all the people who contributed home  baking and refreshments.  HOUSE GAMES1   T4+e -bwnse���games���sG4-iedu-le-4s--near4ng-  Howe Sound Division .  "**���'  Twenty-five years service  local men on honours list  an end with tlie Easter holidays around  the corner. Team three is still way out  in the lead with 53 points. The nearest  contender is Team II with 33 points. Softball is going to be the House activity after Easter.  to accept memberships in the Association*  Shortage of classroom space at Madeira Park School and the possibility of an  increased enrolment, in September will  necessitate looking" for other accommodation, in September.  CONVENTION  In the absence of Mr. Albert Lynn,  vice-president of the local chapter, Mrs.  Margaret Lamb chaired last week's meeting. Mrs^Lamb also,agreed to attend the  to be too many activities scheduled for  the month of April. It is hoped to plan  this event  in the fall.  GRADE   9  POETRY  Each week-1  Interesting displays  tr~print a poem  "written 7yy-TT~grade   nine  studuent.  This  week  we  have  some free  verse  written  by Warne Clay.  POLAR  BEAR  The great  white polar bear  Stands alone in his winter domain  Waiting  Waiting  Waiting for the cry of a  Sea lion.  ���He slowly and carefully saunters  al Sechelt arrtnHerp  PRESENTLY on display in the Art Gallery Shop in Sechelt is a very fine  selection of the work of. James Schwartz,  In addition to three small but distinctive  acrylics, there are over twenty in varied  media. * .    ,    �� ���  Possessing a real sense of beauty of  the woods and frees, he depicts them  with a charm that has much of the Chin-  ese influence  Mrs. Lamb will also tajte a scrapbook  illustrating the school's development, and  samples of the children's work for display  at. lb��_.conventiorc.-whicb_.is-.lo_be held  the Georgia Hotel.  PROJECTS  Sunshine School will soon be raffling  another beautiful all wool rug, the-second  one to be completed by one of the senior  students at  Gibsons.  1 The Gibsons Lo-C Group is hard at  work under the supervision of Mrs.  George Tory nek, packaging seeds for the  Annual Flowers of Hope Campaign, the  proceeds of which go directly -to the local  chapter for operating costs, equipment,  etc., required to keep the classrdom at  Gibsons and Pender Harbour in operation."  Importance. of fund raising is evidenced by the fact that one badly needed  piece of hearing equipment costs $600.  The   Retarded   Childi^rfs^^g&ociaiiou���:  meets  op'the frtirBPWednesday of every  month  in  the  Sunshine  School,  Gibsons  and   anyone   w-illing"-tb~'t"ake  an  interest  in the local chapter is welcome to attend.  ART ACTIVITIES  Grade  "The Grade seven students are, doing  posters advertising the Pender Harbour  Lions auction to be held on Saturday,"  April 8 at the Community Hall in Mad-  -Parfc-Th^vinnTiTng poster will receive  $5, with smaller prizes for the next two.  HELPERS ��� 4   -  Several of the Grade seven girls are  learning how to type at school during  their free time. Most of the typewriters  are busy during recess, noon and after  school.  PARENT VOLUNTEERS  Our newest parent volunteer at school  is Mr. Logan, who also drives school  bus. He is working with the students in  Grades   three   and   four.  TWO employees from Howe Sound Pulp  Division were among the 84 honored  March 11 at the Twenty-Five Years  Service Award Banquet put on by :Ca-  nadian Forest Products Ltd. and affiliated  companies "at  the  Hotel Vancouver.  Howe Smind Pulp's R. F... (Ernie)  lltune ancj J. L. (Jack) Johnston bring  the total membership in the PocU-MeflOrT  branch of the Club to 11. Both men  started at the Port Mellon mill in- 1945  for the Sorg Pulp Company, Ernie as a  pipefitter and Jack in the steam, plant  and  recovery  department.  Returning after the 1951 start-up, Ernie later became pipefitter foreman and  is now assistant mechanical superintend-  ent while Jack 'hired on as recover}  er operator/ the job he still holds.  Ernie and Pearl Hume have been  residents of the Port Mellon townsite  for many years and are both active in  community affairs. Their son Ted is presently employed as an instrument mechanic at Howe Sound Pulp Division.  Jack Johnston is an amateur beekeeper and also grows shrubs and ornamental  trees on  the Gibsons property where he  and his wife Margaret live.  485 people attended the Eighth Annual Banquet for Canfor longservice employees and wives. Company chair-man  J. G. Prentice and president L. L. G,  Bentley presented each ' of the 84 new  Club members with a watch and gold  service recognition pin.  The' CamWT^-Yeal- TThTb-roster now  stands at 389. Canfor operations represented in the Club are Eburne Saw Mills  Division, Plywood and Hardwood Division, Hunttin'g-Merritt Shingle Division.  Stave Lake Cedar Division, Howe Sound  Pulp Division, Harrison Mills Logging  Division, Spring Creek Logging Division, Englewood Logging Division, Howe  a-teria-  Division,* Head   Office  Division,   and   for  the first time this year. North Canadian  Forest   Industries   Limited,   an   affiliated  located in Grande ~Pra��4e^   company  Whenever I'm hitting them straight  pff the tee you can bet that it's not by  the book. The reason, indeed, is more  likely to be that I'm putting a slice in  my hook!  For   Quick  Results   Use Times  Adbriefs  PENINSULA TIMES  -OFFIGE-  NOW  OPEN  IN  GIBSONS  Phone 886-2121  ^5Z  to  where  the  cry   came  from.  Once he spies it,   iL_was_aj^lf___   '   crying for its mother.  He leaps  r~-*j He leaps on  the calf and soon  ^-^      nothing   is   left   but   the  white polished bones.  Young chap to friend: "He just does  not plan for the future at all. He's getting married next month and he-hasn't  even found her a job."   ���   Anne Baxter on leasing an apartment coif���using  Mr, Schwartz comes from Montreal  where he has had,a good deal of contact  with many fine gallaries and studios. His  ���MyT&AvttflJ^^  ly those who are interested in plants and  trees of the area.  The Gallery Shop is the show-case  for the works of artists who live in the  area and an open invitation is extended to  everyone interested in seeing all the fine  things . being created  here.  ��� Also on display this week is a selection of"Mrs. Jo Gibson's hand-made po1>"  tery. With almost no instruction and with-  t    yginp   a   wbeeV   she   produces   both  SUNSHINE COAST REGIONAL DISTRICT  BY-LAW No. 58  A By-law to establish a specified area within Electoral Area C of the Sunshine  "���0asF Regional District for the purpose of providing garbage collection sauT   -��� -disposal' service.            WHEREAS the RegionaUBoarri nf the Sunshine Coast "Regional 'District  "has been. reque^terj"lo~extend the service of Garbage Collection to^he com-  Tiiunities of Sandy Hook and Tuwanek;  . .._.  AND WHEREAS the Regional Board is empoweredTwith respect to that  part of the Regional District not within a city, district, town or village to  undertake any work or service under lhe provisions of Part ..XVI of the  "Municipal Act";  AND WHEREAS this service is presently being provided in adjacent  NOW, THEREFORE, the Regional Board of the Sunshine Coast Regional  ���Disb=J���t4i^��p��nr^e^ing^^ : _���  The Regional Board is hereby empowered and authorized:  1. To established in Electoral Area C a specified area defined as follows and  to be known as "the "Sandy Hook and Tuwanek Garbage Collection and  Disposal Specified Area" and such area shall be comprised of that tract of  Land hereinafter described:  Commencing at the southwest corner of Lot 1^58,,Group J, New Westminster District, -being-a-point, on the ihighwate^tBatk-tJof Porpoise-Bay in  in   one  of  Gotham's   new  all-glass  fish-  bowls:  "It's like living in aspic."  small  and  large   items, including   lamps,  jars.and some sculptures.  Sechelt News Notes  Sechelt Inlet, on the easterly shore thereof; thence in a general northerly  direction along said highwater mark to the northwest corner of Lot 3259;  -by Peggy Connor  OUTLOOK, Saskatchewan, is the home  of Mrs. Beda Stone, The last couple ot  weeks she has been visiting her daughter  Mrs. Cliff SaJahub-4at~-.Dav.is Bay, Mrs. .  Stone will also visit with her son. who  runs  the  now  Capilano  River hatcheries  7F"N6i'ilr'Yalicbuver,' aiid "their over7'to .  Victoria  to see another daughter.  When  you havo  11  children il luk<?s awhile to  ' pay a" visit ��� to-each ono, M r..- SI ono will  return  homo May   1st. ���  Mi', and Mrs, George Hopkins caino  hack from .Hawaii with the darkest tan,  it   took   them   two  weeks  of  hard  work  staying throo days, No sooner hack from  ...the land of sun whon (hoy, look, off for  Winnipeg,  Mr, and Mrs, Ilonipsworlh, now owners of Rod'U'll Motor Transporl, I ravelled  with Mr, and Mrs, Hopkins lo Winnipeg  whoro Iho annual convention .of Western  J&iuaillLJMuiuC^iiclv^AHHailliwllpn .withheld. Tho Iwo oniiploH toured Iho Motor  Coach Industries plants, ono In Korl  Garry, and  Ihon  flow  lo another  pliml  ��� in Ptiniliin, Nur(l.h . PaUotu, Tho wonihor  hail turned warmer In Winnipeg In lho  mld-nOs,  Start  of  Iho spring thaw nnd  -~orcryl-|TliiK'"TomiivR���u|)-Hnti(hiy-r^'-~-'��-~--.'���  "-������ Tho  UjC.w.  of, SI, John's U n I to d.  Church al Wilson Crook plan a runijpiagu, i  ' while elephant  and  bako salo  I'or April  '   IHIIi  Id  Im- hold  nl   Iho  Hwholt- Loglon  Hull,   II   a,in,   lo   I   pro,  Any   rummiign  you wish lo (Innate would hu upproolaled  "Hnsircn ii*Mifl��K()n7rw"i,w^^  Fll'leon dr- no friends of Mr.-and Mrs.  Paul Tlrmfloiv nathorod nt lho Paul Rkytlo '  homo for a lUilnij away parly. Tho Big  .. .Maplo .will hu under now ownorti ounui  first of April nnd llio UiumonV will bi>  movliiH hi Deep Covo, not slaying, too  long as Ihoy Intend to travel a fair bit,  .   Mr. and Mrs, Olo Hanson,���"Hanfinn'n  ""son "and - rlflUR|iior.in^n^*woreia*np,|,trom~  Vaiicniivni', A inarflul, sot was'lho lovoly  ' lloli.K away ull'l glvoir from Uiolr l'rlondit,  Hawaii ofdknl Mr, and Mrs, Hay and  Rliiuinon  HlouKwoll^wllli _Mr,  and Mrs,  loi'i\Y~iTff(lHlol'olTiy 'noTlwny'^or"'"Boerfo"ll.|  to look after the Rodway family. The  Stockwell's two" sons went to North  Vancouver to stay with Shannon's parents Mr. and Mrs. A, Cowan, Airilee  spent a week with the Jorgensen's at  Halfmoon Bay then returning of her  grandparents.  Mr.   and   Mrs.   Herb    Stock woll,   lho  grandparents, wont on a southern trip to  '"Arizona staying at Phoonix, Tucson, and   Yuma, Found tho facilities at lho trailer  courts just great. Thoy had recreation  centers at, the courts whoro there was.  dancing,  cord    playing,  swimming.  Tho  ���"wPiUiror Iva's" woncl'ciiTu 1 b*u rUiey-Yah*" into'���*"  a some ice and snow on tho way back,  Mrs.' Karen  Jonson   was  home   this    weekend to play at a danco at Roberts  Crook, slaying with hor parents tho  StoL'kwpllH. Karon and hor girls Janet  and Ingrld like II vory much over at.  Ladysmlth whoro s|io teaches at tho ln< ���  lGrm<HllatoHol.ool gritdo 0 and mun|o, .Tho  school Is 'busy getting roady I'or a spring  concert,  Interested  In  hnsllng olgh-  of Bridgo or ci'll),' in  their'  tholr  friends,  on  Saturday,  Please call tho following for  ;Tn7m'm7\11^  ��� 11110-20(10, Mrs, D,'Mi'Callum nflO-Sil-H  Mrs, Ada Dawo MIIVlllW, Mrs. Maxlno  McNeil lllin-iilini). Entry fee for all players Of 507 will jio" lo"llu'i" Biiohoir Huh-"  plti.il Auxiliary, frizes for high, low and  several hidden seonis, In llio Soohol  Merchandising and service businesses make  a $50-biUion c^  economy every year. They employ more  people and produce more-revenuethan. any  ���other industry group.-  ���Anyone  loon  hands  homo  with  April in.ii.v  illon  io hour  pITui AuxllIiu'y'HloiapTioi^jrldHu or  tourm'imenl,  SPORTS  Tho SiHiholl. fchlof'H H-nconr' Tamil In  lunong. lho top loams' In tho longuo with  latest wings, March I III. saw Ihom boat  lho "Aeadomleo's" 2-1 at Clln.on Park,  Last Saturday, at a homo a,amo Ihoy shut  .~ou..-<Now~AVoHlinln,.tui'lH. LuultUw-IM).-.���..  Siifurdiiy Mnreh ��r)lh II, Jh at Mouth  Momorlnl "Park, Vancoiivor., aKiilnsI - tho  KsporaiK'ii,  Now, in the final phase of the 1971 Census  of Canada, we're measuring the precise  share of that activity generated by each  business in these categories. The figures  .relating lo, your operation are vital to this  ^easuringjprocess.^:;���;^  If you are a wholesaler, retailer, or sup*"  plier of services, you will have received a  census questionnaire to complete, Please  fill it in and miail it baclcpromptly.  ~vWli^"therCeBi  Service Businesses has been tata, we will  be able to produce a clear picture of national  trends in these jQelds, so you can see exactly  wwhere.youfit;in��  nftm&Tm&rly along thTTicffthi^r$rl3oundafy of said Lot 3"2f59 to the nortri-  east corner thereof; thence southerly along the easterly boundaries of Lots  3259, 1410 and 6715 to the southeast corner of said Lot 6715; thence-  southerly in a straight line to the northeast corner of Lot 4683; thence  southerly along the easterly boundaries of Lots 4683 and 4687 to the  ^southeast corner of said Lot 4687; ���thence-casterly-and-southerly-along-the-  northerly and easterly boundaries of Lot 1557 to the southeast corner  thereof; thence easterly, southerly, and westerly along the northerly, easterly,  and southerly boundaries of Lot 1558 to the aforesaid southwesterly corner  thereof being the point of commencement,   ^T. To undertake and carry out or cause to be carried out and provide the  1    service of garbage colle^  and do all things necessary in connection therewith.  3. The entire cost of providing the service of garbage collection and disposal  shall be borne by the owners of the land in the said specified area and a  *"^RQm sufficlc^t'therefore'shallbelevicd'ah  in the "Municipal Act" in each year commencing*with" tlie ye'��r'"i'972';"f6r'"'  such period of time as is necessary, on nlliands and improvements, on the  basis of assessment as fixed for taxation for school purposes, excluding  property that is taxable for school purposes only by Special Act, within tho  said specified area.  '      i *' i ������    '  4^^110 specified:urea established by this by-law iiifiy bo merged with any otjieir  '   '^   Specified' area "of ureas Tor lhe same purpose whether contiguous or not',  in the manner provided in section 619(3) of the "Municipal Act."  ".CThiB by-law may be cited ,ns the "Sandy Hook and TmviuTck Ourbngo  ,.���.��� Collection and Disposal Specified Area Ostablishmeni By-law No. 5B,.I97I".  JRKAD A SECOND'TIME this 21st day of October 1971  READ A THIRD TIME lhll��4th day of February 1972  MtWlMWlWlWfrMWWMffi^  ~m  for, a 1W(��"W('"k vacaUun, 'I'liuy flow 1o  Honolulu' whoro Ihoy' ohiunjod pianos lo  l?o to'Maul, nn tho way tn Maul thoy  ^aT.TPATIUGKa-:  Kvoi-yunu  was  tho  oxtondotl  Irish  Friday  nlnht at  ���euro unit  nr  fit,  Mary's1  Hospital. Una olMho patlonis said ovory-  nm..lntu.,ii, ironkal idunn. iwJmu Uw nlnno    "ini Hhould havo a party now and Hum,  had hcon ra'thor    tbo hoart of tho party plu.vlnu; lim (tullaV  ^rlod-lo^ianu-anci-nnri  m\ llio nlr lo Hay ho  bufiy l^toly and now ho was roIiir 1o  "lobd'at1 Illlo".'on"llio IhIiuhI bf Hawaii;  Thoy Hliiyod thuro I'of an hour and thun  took'off and landed iiuoMvitifully al, Maul,  'frll-MlurlnR~1li1n"ntorm-",wl1b^1hn'*-,wBtt!r  ,c(jrtilnu,upJu1JlH-7,)ntmpoL.o|''.t,liolp .roijtod  l'!t'",,.Kour, (uvat^layn ,th��ro .then .loiiftnu-  luli^whuro thpy Hlaycdmt ll)o Outrl^Kor  for nlnn dayn, dolnn '^' tho luv.y cloll(jhll'ul  thlniit.' pfoplo do on hulldnyH, Hay did  a lot of body nurflnn and If thoy lu\d  tdnyi;il, inui'h lonuor would,, liavn boon;  b'oardn.  ' Whatever your salqs volume may bep the  ,���' poi'formance compares with others of similar"  siKe/nationally, provinwially/orinyourown.  county or census district. Sales, payrolls and.  ^number;o(^employees are among the^yari-_  n"ablQsy6^canmQasiu'o.,  ���*, '.   *   ,   \   ."  Your individual information will continue  to bo held in strictest confidence, as required,  -byiawrWe^vonU^publisMgurcs-i^casca���  ���where there arc fewer than three firms in a  given category, so no one wilt be able to  Approved by tho inspector of Municipallilcs iho 3rd day of March 1972,   ��� ,- ,.-..-��....���  ",-   l,4^.,^,4y..  and ��luf{lni(. 11cj1|��Iii|{ 7hlm woh MIhh  narlihrrt H(H'1f|inh toolinlrlnn t\\- lho hnH-  plti|l, lilvpryonojolivlniii In with Jho hIiw-  inn of tho old favorlUm. Tlui lounito wan  WT7w~^rtRll',wWtt!^^  Uono-hy tho.piUlonli.-lhomNulvuMr.A-.lono-  thlfltlohunK anionn lho' HlmmronHw, Thin  couldrpO'i'tlKrr'wnrk' nf JVlra ;"11 r nd crton ���������  w)i(i at'.MIlH^ aiid jfull  of Ufu, '���   '. -    y  i^  ' 'Tho JlobcrtR Crook Auxiliary woro  bostOHROH for tho, parly nnd provided do.  llljhtful, liandwU'ltoH, and ,oa.kon���,  and  Tlie Merchandising andScrvice Division  of Statistics Canada iaiafeing this census to  produce accurate, up-to-date information to  -help4n*you^bu8ines3-planning.*To"dorthiv  ���it needs your up-to-date resultstThe breadth-  :and::^  . pg^:j[|^,^-|j^^|^���-��,^*oo'jiSanypeople iii  i and government alike.  TAKE NOTICE Hint tho above Is, a true copy of the, By-law authorizing tho  submission of n question therein set forth I'or lho assent of tho electors of tho  Specified Area therein defined nnd upon which question tho vote of owner-  electors of tho Specified Aroa will bo token- at -the-fcegloir Hnllr Mcrmnld -  -StrcrtrSccheltrcmtbHst^  In iho.foronoonvBndjJ;00,o,c|ock-ln-lho^ftcrnoonrnnd.iiI)m"'Mrr.arBrO|rara"  has been appointed Returning Officer for lhe purpose of taking nnd recording  the vole of lho electors,  Dated Sechcjl, ll|ls 1 Sill day or Mnrcli,  .......f,.    , ,... .....,..,..., 7a, A.. CHARLES F., OOODINQ  : t  -nr  ���Wc^OTTjr  NOTK  ,7  \   up on |no mw.mv.,1.     , (          .r ,,,���t .. ....f        , ���  ,.�� Mri mid,Mrs, C.'fA, Bortwny.luul'Mrfl. 7 pM<lbh(H'nfo' loolUnft' fni'W'anl lo *Tho next  i,,,' p,������tt;y*���  -"������������I#.-��^  "I*.   7"  )  ii   ft  i  ���;iiiVi'i  m*mf***mm��*#mm  -rrnjj-  V  "T^  rtwr  i,in ,��..ff,��i>(,f (  ^1,'UkWi^'-,  1 ",1f<,, /  '.I  , ,, I   .III  ,1 1,1  I t   '  I t f,,ll>"1 ���  ln��>lll  411, il,JllU.I��U-^4liliiLLll _.    4  " t  1    ^1  SANDY JIOOK/TUWANEK AND ADJOlNJNa AimA^'u/MnQn pro^  }    /\Ivli/\|   ' 111  7"',', ' ���    .i  ..     ,     H   4I��^,4���     I,  ' .,"(''������ ' , IM.. '!'��, -_������ .1'," ,|'    ",'   '   '"   \ l'|". I  I  .,  I. , j, I ,,   ,.(.   .  -'    ���   ��� 1" II'   '���  I  >  K  \  I'I..,,  ;.f��,'|";,i.     ,    i ��� l        H  I,  I.. .    >44>4*,,.  'i'^: c  9JlARUis^?rrobby>iNa  ���','        Sccrobiry  4^y4���4,f!|4��f^.W.wy4,  ��.4-��L.  1 '  ',).'.    I  ,i.i , rtii,'Hn)����Mi*i*fw'l(U��4j,,��i,��.��. .��� ���.,,  It. ,14,'   ^(.^...il,  ill1   ���il|..,it'��i���    ,  ��� 1  ��',  . - i  ', i'i.  ',,,��,     i   i���  I !��.<  I     i        , ,  tf.'l  .,.7'(,.,p.  ,*ii  , 7,..t ,,,.7,1,, 'i  March meeting . . .  Local Power Squadron  views  LOL Killani's 7I7foot ketch . "Greybeard"  ocean racing craft of world, renown  provided a delightful package of film  adventure lhat left members perched on  lhe edges of their chairs.  These excellent   films were  presented  _tD_.jm��iuhers_>if -SrmHh'me- ftvant    Power  Squadron at their regular March meeting..  at the homo of Commander Werner Hk-bt-'  er. Thirty-five members and  lqjdy  associates were there to hear Mr. Kurt Leslie  who crewed on the Graybeard from Capetown to Rio^and again^ on the, Trans-Pac '  leg of the near  globe  girdling' trip  and  see his excellent films.  The Graybeard, truly a sparkling ex-  ���^wm-ple of skill -ip hmh' design and local  boatbuilding enterprise, has had some  interesting times since her departure from  Vancouver in mid-1970. Entering the Vic-  toria Ma-ui race as her first major-ocean*  adventure  Egan,   Tom   Fraser,   David   Gerring,   Reg7  Harris,   Oscar   Hogue,   John   Kelly,   Ben  Lang,  .Jack   Mercer,   Tom   Myslicki,   Don  Radcliffe, Alex  Simpkins,  Bill  Simpkins,  Ted  Winpgardeti. v  TiHT^s^rmnhshTp   exams   -rKtve- boerr-  w^TfTen but results are not in yet. Instructor Dave1 Richardson had 10 writing.  Instructor Rob Waltham had 11 taking  the   weather .*   course, not. .yet.....finished.  Quite a complicated coi^rse and this group ���  \. tht^oniy one in Pacific Command tak-^  ing it. 7"  Marine Electronics  is being taken as  a  study   group   by Jhwo_JE>fljLi^HWi~-mem���  "beT^WllTeTin^     and Dr.,David Gerring.  Next season there will be a new course  ..available- with .mure.emphasis, placed ..OJ\ .  small   boal   handling     from   a   book '   by  Gordon    Lee,   ol   Vancouver.    The. Jiext  meeting \viil  be- held April 14th.  When children are small they run up  stairs, Ihey run up" vvaTTfsTThey race in  pairs. They run up ramps, they run up  hills; Ihen a few years later they run  up bills.  Workmen's Compensation major changes reported  Board tu'-ent-e-Ytain a claim for ah-industrial disease that was contracted more  than a year from the date of claim.  In  cases where a workman  has lived  HONOUR ABLE  JaYnes-R., Chabot,   Min-  isjer of Labour," has announced major  changes irTthe Workmen's Compensation  Act;-  The Peninsula Times v  Wednesday, March 22, _HZ2  Page A-3  Under the amended Act, widows' pensions will be increased $10 per month  from $145.85 to $155.85 per month. Also,  l'imi\raljin.cLbui:ial expenses are...i.auueased--  fi'om $350 to $500 and the lump sum payment" at the timt! ol death rises from $250  to  $501).  One of the most significant changes  is the elimination of tlie.lbxeeiday wait-,  ing^ period so thnr bPtiefits are paid commencing tlie day following the disability.  Also, provision hag been, made to  allow   the   Workmen's     Compensation  with and contributed to the support trrrd~  maintenance  of  a  common-law   wife  for  a period  of six  years and  there  are  n(\N  - children   tliirrBoaTCl- may  pay "crmtpens^F"  lion   lo   the   i;ominon-law     wife. ..Where  there' are children For a period of at "least  two   years   immediately     preceding-    the  workman's   dea#B}   the  Board   may 2pay  c',u'.r\D^lL7?_ti.oiK  In. cases where persons carry on ��� an  undertaking which, in the opinion of the  Wo/kmeh's Compensation Board, is in the  public  iruerest, such as ski patrols,  they  may   now     be   covered     by   Workmen's  Compensation  benefits.  Provision  is Nalso. made  whereby  the  %  .Workmen's Compensation Beard/ may  provide counselling and placement services  to dependents.  Another   important'   change   increases"  ..minimum permanent-total-disability��� pen=  sions from $175 75 to $250 per month.  "These   are  significant   improvements  to   workmen's     compensation     benefits,"  said Mr. C-htrbot.- ''T-hf^v-are an other sttrp7  forward in tlie government's plan to  keep Brit isliColurubia workmen's compensation benefits to workmen and their  dependents the best ���'_.' Canada."  ACCOUNTANTS  spanning venture, Killam's pet cleaned up  handily and left no doubt she was ready  to match sailing, speed with almost any  thing short of an out and out racing  machine.  After a bit of wandering in far seas  after her initial success, Graybeard's owner entered the spe^ly craft in the Capetown-Rio race, against a fleet of some  CO craft including the cla^s of top-notch  ocean i^cers. In this illustrious company  Graybeard placed seeped!  Still carrying >he comforts of home"  that had earned \er the 'Hilton' appendage, (Grey Hilton) the next major event  She tooji bart in was the Los Angeles 'to  Honolulu   race,   just   over   a   year   since  RALPH C. DUCKWORTH  CHARTERED ACCOUNTANT      s  Telephone: 885-9515 ��� Telephone: 8t>6-2912  SECHELT, B.C. GIBSONS, B.C.  W,  Philip Gordon  CHARTERED ACCOUNTANT  Tel:   Bus.   886-2714,   Res, 886-7567  Harris Block, Gibsons, B.C.  .  .       ���        ��� , ���   . X  ART  SUPPLIES  BUILDING SUPPLIES  jntTf  first pointed her nose at the Hawaiian  -TfelaMs. At- last-hey-^-iwff-oisnpresses hit:  a  snag when heavy  going  smashed her  ��� rudder and a jury-rigged steering repair .  led to a serious leak from further damage  to skeg and rudder.  Urily'a maito'u^  ishing and battling, for second place,  Graybeard's crew had to call for help.  Prompt and much appreciated assistance  from the U.S. Coast Goard saw portable  pumps and other necessities ..air-lifted to  "' the game' contestant,' which had to go on  auxiliary engine and withdraw from the  competition, but lived to sail another  day.  A few of the pictures were taken 95  feet  up  the  mast  almost  making   these  ---.. bardy-.sailocs-se4as-icI^-tQ-^wa4eh-the pictures  DALLiS STUDIOS  -Gondtes-MsCfome, Beads, Arts & CrafT"  Supplies  CUSTOM MADE LAMPS  Classes In Resin Daily, Tue. through Sat.  " :^5sTn-^t^.-er98-galT  Cowrie Street - Sechelt -  885-9817  Telephone 886-2069  ROSE & ART ENTERPRISES  Pottery, Supplies, classesi & firing  deafer for Duncan's Ceramic products  Pine Rd\ & Grandview Ave.  P.O. Box 62, Gibsons, B.C.  A.UTO  SERVICE  READY-MIX CONCRETE AND  BUILDING SUPPLIES  Your One Stop Building Store  For All Your Building Needs  GIBSONS BUILDING SUPPLIES LTD.  1653. Seaview , Phone 8��6-2642  TWIN CREEK BUILDING SUPPLIES  DIAL  Gibsons 886-2291 - Sechelt 885-2288  WHEN YOU  NEED BUILDING SUPPLIES  GIVE US A CALL  FREE ESTIMATES   -   Free 'Estimates ������ Fast-Semce���_  FUEL  (continued)  G & W DRYWALL  Drywall acoustic and textured ceilings.  Now servings Gibsons area and the Peninsula.  Phone 884-5315  Hom^.C.__ ~  CABINET MAKERS  OCEANSIDE FURNITURE &  CABINET SHOP  ERNIE WI DM AIM  for all your  SSO PRODUCTS  IMPERIAL ESSO DjEALER  Phone 883-2643  Madeira  Park, BX.  For Your Fuel Supplies  DANNY WHEELER  your  IMPERIAL ESSO AGENT  886-9663. - Hopkins Landing  COAL  -L^umheller���Lump^-���CkumbeWef���Egg-  Heatglow Briquettes^,  PRATT JIOAD A/UT0 WRTCKERS  MARIMELJSERVICES  GIBSONS MARINE  AND INDUSTRIAL (1972) LTD.  Complete automotive and  marine repairs and  parts;  welding; sqjes; boat hauling;  OMC and  Chrysler Marine dealership.  886-7411   -~   Gibsons   ���   Box 397  CLAYTON WELDING & MARINE  Marine Ways to 42'  Bottom  Repairs  883-2535  Box*7 - Garden Bay, B.C.  NURSERY  MACK'S NURSERY - Roberts Creek  FURNACES  of the movement below.  Training officer Don Haddon reported  the training sessions were coming to a  lose-r^fr-p^etie^-^teyng^eeviFse--held���  at Gibsons concluded their exams?with  18 participating and 18 passing. This ���  speaks well for their teacher Mr. Gordon  Hall. Mr. Hall does this freely and his  reward is in satisfaction of knowing he  gets his information to his pupils. Having  all pass must be most gratifying?  Three juniors passing were John Goodwin, Roland Goodwin, Roland, Ryll, Bill  Hobson.'Two ladife'sV Mr��|SaralV Gerring',-  SECHELT HOME SERVICE  Atlas Parts - Good Year Tires  885-2812 or 885-9979  AUTOMOTIVE UNDERCOATING  STEAM CLEANING  COMPLETE CAR CLEAN-UP  ^ SIMONIZING  Esslemont Equipment Services  \i^?hQf^^86_27M'.i  Box'436, Gibsons; B.C.  jOLA^TmNSS-  TABERNACLE  Sundays 10:00 a.m.; 7:00 p.m.  Wednesday Bible* Study 7:30 p.m.  PASTOR.NANCY DYKES" '  7       Gower PQinf Road  BANKS  GIBSONS PENTECOSTAL  Highway and Martin Road  -���������-Sunday-^h^  Sunday Services: 11 a.m.; 7 p.m.  Wednesday: Bible qnd Prayer 7:30 p.m.  Friday:' Youth Service���7:30 p.m1",""'"  PASTOR: GERRY FOSTER  ' Phone: -886-7107  ROYAL BANK OF CANAPA  SECHELT. BRANCH���Phone 885-2201  GIBSONS BRANCH���Phone 886-2201  HOURS:  Sechelt: Tues.-Thurs. 10 a.m.-3 p.m.  Fri. 10 a.m.-6 p.m.; Sat. 10 a,m.-3 p.m.  . Gibsons:.Mon.-Thurs. 10 a.m.-3 p.m.  Fri. 10 a.m.-6 p.m.  H���-COAST BACKHOE & TRUCKING  ���'B;7*Pn  Fill, Cement-Gravel, Drain Rock, etc,  -APPKIftNCE^REPAIRS-  PENDBR HARBOUR  ..,,,,     FULI,GOSPEl,���,���.������..  TABERNACLE  SUNDAY SCHOOL AND BIBLE CLASS  9,45 A.M.  CHURCH SERVICE���11 sOQ A.M.  '   Pasbr Roy; WaltorSrAckroyd���������  Madeira park ��� 803*2374  Guaranteed Repairs Fast Sorvlco          "I WAShl E RS'" - "DRYERS* -'" R A NG ES""  RADIO - TELEVISION - STEREO  TRAIL BAY ENTERPRISES.  Nfckorson Rood, Box 578, Secholt - 885-9318  iljMlai U|wK*fcl*'*i��'iWf*'������* ...\  m  Carry |n/fcarry out service on.small appliances,  toasters'  Irons, trypans, portable heaters, hair  ,....,.,_,,,,..:. dryers, mix masters, vacuums era,>      -���>������  BLASTING  CONTROLLED BLASTING  ; '������AUL;WORK':INSUREp���  ��� FREE-ESTIAAATES^-  fcRED PONLEY  SUMSH/A/f COAST  GOSPELCHURCH  .,������(Und6namlnatlonal)Uu��--l  Sunday School ��� 10|00 a.m.  Church Sorvlco ������' 111!5 n.m,  Evflnlng Scryljjo 7s30 p.ir��f  PASTOR REV. S. CASSELLS  Qqvln Boy Roq��|i and A'hutui  ~(2 block* up from Hlphw^y)  ^FQWde^Hatlb'<|>tfic^:.a83-2403"--  WATER SURYEY SERVICES  Fpr Expert Blasting  ""*     'Tl^rESTITyWfES-:   Phono 885-2304 L, C, Emerson  1 ���" If No Answer LQava'MaSsaacfat '  083-2763 or 886-7377  R.R, 1, Sechelt, B.C.  Tho United Church of Canada  SERVICES  St, John'* United Church �� Dnvli Bay  Sunday Services�� 9:30 o.m.  Robert* Crook UnlM  ���.���^. Sunday S��rvlccs�� 2t3Q pim,-*-*.'-..  Glhioni United Church      ,   lt,  Sunday Services - 11115 a.m.  Port Mellon United  SMndoy SorvMs - 7i30 p,n>  .���,,�������������� (ao^Qstdtl^v.p^qy^ , ���  TMInlitiv  Rov.^lm Wllllomson'- G'Mn�� ��� ^6-2333  BRICKLAYING  A, SIMPKINS  Box 517 Socholt, \.,C  Pjiono 985-2132  in^fl. ._.9t*_tri_z*n..i.*n-*  mm^^Mf^imm f����iw*r��s*T**^' *���* W*wwftsw��w*��iV*^t  HARDWOOD SPECIALISTS  FINE CUSTOM FURNITURE  KITCHEN AND BATHROOM CABINETS  Our Cabinet Units Are All Prefiinshed Befons  Installation.  R. BIRKIN ��� Beach Ave., Roberts Creek, BLC.  Phone 886-2551  CHIMNEY CLEANING  ^WMNE��-���fcEANI-N���  No Mess Vacuum Cleaning  OIL STOVES, FURNACES, AND HEATERS  CLEANED AND'REPAIRED   .  All Work Guaranteed  COASTLINE SERVICES  Complete Home Renovations and Repairs  Phone 1T81T202T-      7  Box 798   ���   7��y :77_  PARKINSON'S HEATING LTD.  GIBSONS <��  ESSO OIL FURNACES  No down payment - Bank interest  Ten years to Day  For free estimate���Call 886-2728 '  ���^���^Complete -1 i ne - of-apptianees3 r���  Landscaping - Shrybs - Fruit Trees - Fertilizer  Berry Plants - Bedding Plants - Peat Moss  Fully Licensed Pesticide Spraying for   ��� ^���Landscaping and Trees���~_^_=^^  Sunshine^G^ast-Hwy^- Ph. 886-2684  OPTOMETRIST  FRANK E.  DECKER, OPTOMETRIST  Bal Block - Gibsons  Every Wednesday  ROOFING AND  FLOORING  ALL TYPES OF ROOFING APPLIED  '   AND REPAIRED  All Work Guaranteed  Complete Home Renovations and Repairs  CQASTLINE SERVICES  Phone 885-2021  Box 798 Sechelt, B.C.  CALL STAN  HILSTAD  ^        about your  ROOFING AND FLOORING NEEDS  Phone 886-2923  Gower Point Road  SEWING MACHINES  S  UNSHINE  EWING  Bernina & Omega  Salesf- Pnrts, Service  ERViCT    -886-2248  HAIRDRESSERS  CONTRACTO  $��MMMmM^^  m.  Box 89, Madeira Petfc  Phoiie 883-2274  L & H SWANSONLTD.   7  READY-MIX CONCRETE  Sand arid Gravel �� BdckHbes  Ditching ���*. Excavations  ^^OpiCE^IN-BENNE^BLOGK^^  885-9666, Box \7% Sechelt, B.C.  PHONE 885-9550  RON'S CONTRACTING  Clearing - Excavtitlons-Ropd Building  Grading - Fill - Road Gravel - Crushed Rock  Land Gleqrlng - Road' Bglldlng ��� ~  Tree Topping - Selective Logging  PETE DUBOIS.  Tolephone 883-2417  R.R.-l^Madeira- Park, B.C.  H|"l"M'i  DISPOSAL SERVICES  SUNSHINE COAST DISPOSAL  SERVICES LTD7  1M   PORT MELLON to,OLE'SCOV^1   ,  Te|t-886-2938-or-80S-9Wa-  Call ,Ua Fgr Your Dlspoaal Needs,  When Renovating Or Spring Cleaning.  ''  Containers Available.'  .ELECTRICIANS.  BUILDERS  nWitt1*l*'*'#  B^ptfst^ChurefrS^iGes  BETHEL BAPTIST CHURCH  Mermaid alia Tr��H/ SMholt"'1"  Sunday'ScHbol10;00 a.mr  "Mornlng^orshlp^MH &-a*m  cXiYArW^  fll(fl|��f||H|,*4l^MV"  *2&ssaA��SlteiB  ���  Morning Worship 9:30 q.m.  ,*SundqySchcx>MQ';45a,in.  "   EYonfriq p^M6vvshlp7iOO p,m  *   ''iiteV, hOBERTAUABY, P;attor  ;;���'-..'    ���'   " '^85.280��),^;    - -  ,.;.-; A WARM vyHLCOMR AWAITS YOU, -  ..iimiiniumiTI.- tt��� TTT   " "'"���" .wlmuMtf"  n  For All Yotir Renovation,  .AIIoratldna-orr-;RlnlBhlng-.Work-  I"   '", ' call    ���_   ,  , ���,.,,   ���   ,Cor ZMidomq n  PHONE 885-2135  piY;6bNE^EVELOPMENTS 8,  HOUSING CQRP,: LTD.  .   , Sunshlno Coqsf qnd Islands  CONVENTIONAL-MODULAR AND PREFAB  W�� Hov�� A Thoutond ldeo�� -*������*������-��  .Pi.U!llco?^C!LCompo||.|lvo���  Phono Vancouver 602-3642  Wrlto Pox 671. n Socholt, B.C.  THICON PEVELOPMENTS LTD,  ,        CUSTOM H0MBS> PRE-FAB HOMES  < H'HIflhQwallty M.Rooa^nablo Prices  ���"Puy a Packado Qnd'orflCt'lt'*VduVsol1F# or aot  ' "' , ���"- u-   our proMsional ho|p,  ACTON ELECTRIC LTD.  Residential - Industrial ancl Marino Wiring  Elocrrlc Hoot - Llna Wprk  Phono 886-7244  , ���       i  Residential -. Commercial - - Industrial  SIM ELJJCfTRIC LTP�� ���  Gov't Certified"Electricians  i' ",'    JiM Mckenzie  ELECTRICAL CQNTRACTOR   R^ldentlalJYJdog^Ond. Major   .,...��..,.m..,*.i..Appliance-Itopalrs '" '- ������'.    PHONE 8^85-9978  Box 387, Secholt, B.C.  FUEL  ANADiAN^pRbpANH��=  1 GAS' & OIL' LTT)  Strvlrvo' tho Swnshlns Coci�� with rolloblo una  economical Cooklna, Hoatlnp and Hot Wotof'.  7   'fm EStlMATES  Phono 885-2360  , ! '  >77- \  *; '  m*1 ''  i i * ��� i'  ' I'D "I1 l"l' .  n ,i ii4.  "V���t"  l��  i     l'  In the Bal Block  Next to the Co-op: Store  Gibsons 886-2322  SECHELT BEAUTY SALON  Dianne Alle^i|7.Proprietor  Expert HiSIF.-Sryling  Cowrie St.,  Sechelt. B.C.  p|yM.t,f4?r."  ' Phone  885-2818  HEATING & SHEET METAL  PIL FURH^GES.-StOYESAND HESTERS  All makes Vacuumed, Cleaned and Repaired  j All Work-Guaranteed  f COASTLINE SERVICES  Phone 885-2021  Box 798 Sechelr, B.C.  HALL SHEET METAL  Dprnesl-ic - Cornmerciql - Industrial  Telephone 885-9606  Box 164, Sechelt, B.C.  -���OIL-FIRED-WARM^AIR-HBATING  OIL FIRED WATER HEATERS  , , ,   Nothing Down ���10 Year? To Pay  Light Plumbing  Roy Blanche Madeira Park  883-2401 883-2778  IRONWORKS  PENINSULA ORNAMENTAL  : -���  -' ,IRON-WPRK$:'7:7'77  WROUGHT IRON RAIMNGS  AND MISCELLANEOUS ORNAMENTAL  IRONWORK  Phono 886-7P29 - 886-70JJ6 - 886-7220  FREE  ���T-  I I��  JANITOR SERVICE  HOWE SOMNP  JANITOR SERVICE  Specialists In Cleaning - Floor" Waxlna  Spray Buffing .. Window Cleaning  RUG SHAMPOOING ,  Phono 806-7131 - Gibsons, B.C.  J ^#'(|i9M(a*wwt^^[wH^^   ���JOHNSON'S'  HUILDINQ MAINTBNANCB  SpoclalUIng Ini  Paper Honfllng,'Interior & Exterior decorating,  R'jfc -|0S!Q,nfliA" 'YE08 Q' Qulldlnji  ^MaTnfondnco7?|6br Inslqllallonj '    "  Window Cleaning.       ,    .  PHONB 085-9718 AFTER 4 P,M,  Box 6.X m Socholr, D.O.  -m  MACHINE SHOP  At tho Slpn of tho Cheyron  H|LL'S MACHINE SHOP  ���6VMAR IN^SERVIC^LTDj  '  ,,..Stool Fabricating ���> Marino Wayi  ,: .7 AMtombt|ye-an9 Marino Ropolm-  fhono 006-7731,     flci, P06.9936, 0(>6.932o  ,. ��� ..  Use those, spaces to <.. .   ' reach nearly, 10,000 people  PLUMBIIMG AMD HEATING  'LUMBiMGu-riEATING & HOT  WATER HEATING  All Makes - All \Vork Guaranteed  COASTLINE SERVICES  Phone 885-2021  Box 798       . Sechelt, B.C.  SEASIDE PLUMBINQ  -���.  ������ v^-.Gibson.����� r���-, :������  " Plumbings Pipfefitting^'Steamfittlns>'  Hot Water Hed'rlhg-��-Plpe Lagging  FREE ESTIMATES^.  Phone 886-7017 pt 886-2848  Repairs - Alterations --New Installations  LAURIE'S PLUMBING &  HEATING  LTDf  Govt. Certified Plumber   ���   24 Hour Service  Phone 886-2406  GENERAL DEI-IVERY:'-' SECHELT7f3.C.''   P-ENINSUUuRLUMBING-LTD.   Sales and Service - 886-9533  Everything  for the ^o.lKfaurselferl  Also Paints and Heating Supplies  Free Estimates,  Port Mellon to Pender  �� Jack* Ma rshal I -***~*Jack -Macleod ���  886*9628   . 885-283])  PENDER HARBOUR  PLUMBING & HEATING  PLUMBING-HYDRONIC HEATING  NEW WORK and SERVICE WORK  ���   Gov't, Certified Plumber  ...:.._���.r_^.p���one-883-2720~-   Box 63 Madeira Park, I3.C.  RENTALS  ..,   A. C. Rentals      ,  "'������''""Tools~'ancl"Ec|iilpmenh  Q^^n -p-j��-���^     pjono 883-2585  ^RBNT^IT-Atl  THE RENTAL SHOP  at Pqyl�� Bay  w^wswfwttijwjtw I \itmmi*  i"Wo Rent or Soli Almost EYorythlnn'(  Typowrllora - Ulflhijng Planls - Tolavlsions  ��� RotoTlllar'a - Comonl MI��ors - Lawn Rakos  Mechanic's Tools  PHONG 885,2848 ��� 24 H6UR SERVICE   " "  " AFTER HOURS 8B5-2151  BETA^ STORES      ~  C 8. S HARPWARB,  ������-4-r- , ~^RCHIELTrBiflf-r'u��--r-ir---,"-A'  APPLIANCES- HARDWARE,  -     HG/y\E FURNISHINGS-  ���,���^_^^������Phono��� 885^97.13.  "T"" T'ffjlt "TOGGERY ���r  Ladles' > and C:fiiidron's Wear  , Opart ��lx day�� a weak  lbP!l<iJ8&��Q63<,  *j**��^��W*��WWJ*WB^  REPAIRS AND SERVICE ON ALL MAKES  Mrs. Mona Havies - 885-9740  SPORTING GOODS " ^"*  CLIFF'S 66ATS  & ACCESSORIES LTD.  Fishing Supplies - Boats new and  -tlsetF  885-9832  -Large & Small  Sech��ty  SURVEYORS  ROY & WAGENAAR  B.C* Land Surveyors  Marine Building - Porpoise Bay  Sechelt, B.C.  885-2332 or ZEnirh 6430  TIRES  .      COASTAL TIRES  Sunshine (?oasr Highway  SAI-E�� AND SERVICE  AH Brands Available  Mondav to Saturday 8:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.itt>  Friday ^vehinp' by.appoihtmieht only.  ������erf1  TOWING  ''.'"'''''Scows''���' Logs  SECHELT TOWING & SALVAGE  -..71V.7W ^...���.���.'.i..CTD:��''-���'���'���'������''������ ���''"'���"���'���'!��� ������  Heavy Equipment Moving & Log Towlna   ,���., ��� .., .^....^M^L^HKBGS.-^ .,-,,- ,�� ...*,��  Phone 885-9425  .TRANSFER ic--:^-^-^-^--^^'^'-  LEH WRAY'S, TRANSFER  ..,.:���.,,,.,:Household Moving, Packing, Storage  Packing Materials Fqr Sale  Member of Allied Van tlnev     '  Cdnddd's No. I'MoYera  f hone 886-2664, R.R. 1, Gibsons, B.C,  ���7   ���j-  ��������� SUNSHINE TRANSPORT      l  WAREHOUSES  Gibsons 886-2172      y   DAILY SERVICE FROM VANCOUVER    .  SERVING THE SECHELt PENINSULA   ���  Furniture to anywhere In Canadq.  General Freight. Low-bod arid hoaVy haMtlna  '"tSimimi^^      ! (.  ,.T.V..,..-..nncl.,. RADIO,,,,,,.,,,.,,...,,....  ���T ���  T(,V, ANTENNAS      ,  ���^SALEs/xSlmcCASiUbi^u^ioN.  iAIL.,Work..(quarantaad   COASTLINE SERVICES  Phono 885-2021  Box 798 Sccliolr, B.C.  ,p"       i  ' "i.  SUNSHINE COAST T.Y. SALES  ,       & SERVICE LTD.  ADMIRAL   ���   ELECTROHOME  " ' -  ���  and   ZENITH,   DEALERS '  Gordon Oliver   ��    Ed Nicholson  In Thq Heart ,Of Downtown Secholt   ���"���BpF/^rSQclioirT7"1" ^-g;^-^������  CLOSED ON MONDAYS    ���  TYPEWRITER REPAIRS   V^ ���  ������ i      '   ' ' ���ii"  ���*   i��� ' ��� ���  ���          ii ������ i il~_-._._.____1-*_-_-  Agont for Hormos Typewrltors   f ���  PHONE.886-2728  Cowrla Street, Sochelt  XT  --^Pondor-HarbQ��lri.��,.:ft6l3-2[S13i  HARBOUR SUPPLIES.  , nioctrlcQl,..��.%PlMrnbing -..4Applfancoii"  (       TVa - r^MrnHMr�� and Carpets    > '  P.C-; Box 158 Madeira Pork, Hwy 101  i    i' p i    ��� i    i  m^mmm^mmimmmmips^^i  ��."*4��*ft^*4����.i #*VJ"*��*vt4s$swlrfr  UPHOLSTERY  ,;;iteL^IH7CMlT<��M,,:<JlPrj|>0lSTIRY  '( ,ANP DRAPERIES   , (   ^ ^    '  Rwhol^rlrio ��" Rostyllna * Complete"Dr'oprr��!',l *",'.' I  <!, Sorvlco n Sampler* shown In rhe haniQ       ,77,.7  Phone 886-2030 after 6 p.m.     '     ,    !  *   ������ 9^m<w&->^^^  ,. , I It,,   4    ' f ...   '.   ��Y��^.44.. 'VW       J      ,,    I 1  U,|l|ll'l   III VII. P ���     l|tn|i,/*,    IMI,      'l   Villi,   I        I  II '    I  1 I I , '"I    '* I < , >    I    I   ' 1 >    >    |i     I  ,      1    ...      I      "'  ,,,    ,,(  1,17  I m.t    *" 1 ,  r i,'.i*i f t i'.i,!1. W4����n4*p,* ^;y*'.  ,'V'i"  I  <i  �� .j, .  A. '���'  #(  M\,.���.  ���    I., i'M  ,,,.. .|,mi, ,   .   t ��y ;;>7, Poge A-4     Peninsula Times, Wednesday, March 22;T972~    pergonal  REAL  ESTATE (Cont.)  WORK WANTED  WANTED TO BJJY (CoriU    MOBILE* HOMES  CARS & TRUCKS  ��WWMWWWWtMM��WWWWWUUUVt��WIJUPI��WIMMJWWWUtn��UWWWUIJ'  -^^v-      Sechelt ��� Phone 885-9654  insula jwuX. Gj(,sons . phone 886.7244  Classified  :ftfr$RIEFSl  ������������_9_9__ nniwiiwiiiiWMiwftaniiniiiyiiiiWiiiiWMiiiiiiiflfifiii��twiHrt����itiinh"'  ALL^poop4e���w-ishin g~iiilur.ni u t -  ion  ro  ai'til'ica'l   insemination  of ������cattle-(only,), contact  Howe  Sound ^Farmers' Institute.   Ph,  J���%W*Vfi&S-4r-%W-2AU. 802S-AX-  PEN,QER_HAR-B0UR���;  SHOPPING   CENTRE:    Three  properties  "frontager^���Priced-  ,^W^tW>WWWWW��fWMWIfWWWWWVWl*WWVWVWlA��WWllVWWIW*WWWW1#WWWWSfl��VVWWV.��firi^W#|gtHll^  Published Wednesdays by  PoweirRiVer News Town Crier  Sechelt Times Ltd.  at Sechelt, B.C.  ~ Estabiisbedyl963-      \  BIRTHS  GIBSONS AND SECHELT  WESTERN  DRUGS  .   .   .is   pleased   J-o   sponsor   this  Birth    Announcement   space,    and  extends Best Wishes to the happy  parents. ~  ALCOHOUCS Anonymous  ���  ���Meetings"8:39   p.m.;~Thursdays,  Wilson Creek  Community   Hail,   Ptu   885l-.9327,__886-  2343! 4979-tfn  WISH   to   contact   Latter  Day   .SainJLs members. Phone. 885-  2175  or   886-2546". 6766-tfif  Member, Audit Bureaa  - -----of-Girculations -���  Sept. 30, 1971  Gross Circulation 2915  Poid Circulation 2478  As filed with the Audit Bureau  ot Circulation, subject to audit.  Classified Advertising Rotes:  3-Line Ad-Briefs (12 words)  One   Insertion   - - $1.00  Three Insertions'  $2.00  Extra lines 14 words) 20c  (This rate does not apply to  commercial Ad-Bnets)  Box Numbers   10c extra  50c Book-keeping charge is added  for Ad-Bnets not paid by  ,  publication date.  Legal   or   Reader   advertising   35c  per count line.  Deaths, Card of Thanks,, In Mem-  oriam, Marriage and Engagement  notices are $3.25 (up to 14 lines)  and 20c. per line after that. 4  words per line.  Birth, Notices, Coming Events take  regular classified rates,  BISSETT���George and Eloi.sc  (nee Delong), are proud to  announce the birth -of*, their  daughter, Lynette "Marie, 6 lbs.  8 oz., vat Churchill FalLs Hospital, Labrador, on March 12,  1972. Proud grandparents_are  Mr. and Mrs. Mel Bissett,  "SasfaT,'antl'~Mi".   and-Mrs;   Ray  REAL ESTATE  ALMOST '-. acre of ��ood  building lot on paved road  with .poI'Mifial sea view. Hydro, phone and possible well  si I e. A-li>H:H^3aau^^as��L___PiL_  88.r)-!)��f)4. -   ��� -   ������8362-lf-n.-  fine    coinmercia  witlr-' yopd"  from   $7,900.00  4-WATERFRONT: .Serviced  on    Francis   Peninsula   with  level   beach  access,   $12,000:00,  SPECIAL:   Semi   -   waterfront  view lot bo\inded by 3 roads  on Francis Peninsula. Serviced,  -���������^M0^Q^-~~-^_-^=77____:__Z: .7  INVESTMENT PROPERTY:  ��� &9 acres on Mixal.slake. On  paved road and. a good buy at  $1,000  per acre.  RETIREMENT     HOMES:      A  few  in  the   Pender  Harbour  area   for   under  $15,0000.00  ARBOUITE or_ Formica count-  ST" tops. 'Professionally;. applied and guaranteed. Will  bring colour'samples. to you.  Bill���883-2406. 7936-tfn  OLD    used  roilecT^ecrge  cast     iron    legs.  2349.  bricks,   'cast   iron  Wtimuir=<  Phone   885-  8420-19  1Y YOU need a pre-fab crect-  Ipt ed or a conventiona,! home  "built,.'"call"John', he' "is ��� fast,  efficient and precise. Phone  885-2315 or 885-9025,"leave a  message  or phone  number.  8387-19  FOR RENT  FURNISHED.. 1 .bedroom .modern, al) electric house. Available to_May 31. Ph. 885;.9740.  3  BEDROOM  home  for  rent,    Hopkins area. Phone ^86-2880.  BUSI^^HS:::J^^^e7rfggiE^F^^ 8434-17  24 x 60 - 1440 sq. ft. of grac-  iotts living. 2 bedrooms, .2  baths, large family room, large  closets and cupboards. Built in  China Cabinet. Furnish to  your own personal tastes. This  is Yhe best basic-unit onx the  Peninsula. We have paid -the  double ferry charged. Put this  fine home on your own foundation and- be eligible for Home  Owners Grant. Our lowest  price, $15,500 cash. May be  financed.  No agents. Ph.  885-  U964  MERCURY   >/2  ���a  . HP-  latld"  service..  Phone  886-2728.  7-993-tfn  DECORATING,  drafting,  sign  painting.  Dune Roberts,  ph.  886-2.862. 8416-19  HELP WANTED  TTOCKniERMON - MADEIRA  :" PARK  -" ��83-2745    .  Delong,    Gibsons  grandchild   to  Mn  long.  First    great  -Wr-Mr-De-  8424-17  ANNOUNCEMENTS  FOR membership or explosive  requirements contact C. Day,  886-2051. Lockyer -Rd., Howe  sound Farmers Institute. Stumping or ditching powder, dynamite, electric or regular caps,  primacord   etc. 8027-17  OOITUARY  SOBscripTiSn~RBteF= "  By   Mail:  ������Locot-Areo _____ 46.00 yr.  AHLIN-   Passed away on March  18th,  1972. Gerda M. Ah-  lin   of   Sechelt   B.C.,   aged   70  years. Survived by  her  loving  Outside Local Area  U.S.A.   :   Overseas   Special Citizens/  Local   Area   _  Canada   Zattit  husband Eiiiar, '2 oi others ahcT~  2 sisters in Sweden. Rev. Dennis Popple conducted  the ser-   vice   in   the   Harvey   Funeral  - 4-loirre; Gibsons, KCrxm-Mai^err  _$3.~50 -21st, ..1932-at-!L4wrw-CremaUoai^_  . .7.00 yr.  _ $9.00 yr.  $10.00   yr.  IDEAL  location   lor"Ui'c'a'ctiVC"  * family. Over 1 ac. level, con-'  venient to scrnKrrsrfocaeh, store  and P.O. Priced to sell at only  $7,000.  ROBERTS CREEK! Summer  camp now, permanent home  later. 1 level acre with stream.  Close to beach. Hydro, phone  and water in cottage. Only  $4,000   down..  GIBSONS: A dandy little star- (  ter house. 4 rooms plus sun  room and large storage area.  Lot fenced and in garden. Nice  view. Short walk to P.O.,  shops. Needs some work but.  for $9,000. F.P. you can't lose.  HOPKINS: ServicecrcO' x  172'  lot with a WOW view. Well  -TjrtrcaTMTTtsltTng" only   $6,000.  IZHARLES' ENGLISH-  . CAPABLE person  required   to  make   slip   covers.   Ph   885-  2214 or 885-9395.  MZ5T7     B7C7  HALL for rent ���Wilson Creek  Community     Hall.     Contact  Mrs. Diane Anderson 885-2385.  7815-tin  COMFORTABLE and reason-"  able accommodation lor  business person, within easy  distance of Langdale ferry.  "Write. Box- 8.41-2, c/o Peninsula  Times,  Box *310  Sechelt,  2153 aftcrHB p.m7  8280-tin:-  ton l��ick-  43,000 miles with insu-  canopy,   $1095,   without  canopy   $850.   Phone   885-2315.   4 8422-17  1957 STUDEBAKER Hawk  sport ccipe. Ideal" for restoration, i i 'v tires. Red hot  motor. Full price $75 or swap.  Ph. 112-883-2502. 8440-17   __, 1 . .   1961    INTERNATIONAL     1%  ton    flat-deck    truck.    Dual  wrreijlsT���Good���itmning���or-derv  BOATS & ENGINES  16'  BOAT with 55 h.p.  Eviir-  rti.de   and   extras.   Must   be  seen,   very   reasonable.   PI\one  886-7219. 8009-1,7  deep  8412-17  LIMITED  USTTT  \\7\NTED to buy for cash,  Waterfront Vz-3^ acre. Send  details to Sgt. W. N. Dornan,  1255, Duthie Ave. Burnaby 2,  B.C. 8426-17  GENERAL   Contracting.    Reasonable rates, will  design or  quote   on   your   drawings.   Ph.  886-7125. 8021-18  Beautiful  Recreational    \  park-like   160 acres    near  -PERSON   required  dog-catcher  for  of    Gib.Mms.   For  call  886-2543.  to   act   as  the- village  information  8351-17  GIBSONS--area    2    bedroom  duplex. Acraite-onlyr'nu pets.-  All  electricty.  Phone   112-738-  8542 eves. 5 - 8 p.m.      8404-17  16 ft. K&e  Evinrude.   Both  12 ft. aluminum  885-2385.  "mtriTTpe  very   clean,  boat'.  Phone'  8415-17  Cash offer* or" will trade- for  good pick-up or station wagon.  Phone 886-7734. 8433-17"  J970 VALIANT 4 door sedan,  V-8    automatic,    radio    and  stereo   tape-deck.   Good   tires,  top  condition.  Ph.   885^9978.  8343-17  WANTED   part-time   bqok-  .keeper   and   accountant. Box  SELMA    Park  meeting.  Ph.  189, Sechelt, B.C.  8414-17  Hall.   $5   per  885-9437.  7343-tfn  FLEETWOOD  LOGGING CO.  LTD.  COTTAGE    for    rent,    winter  rates   until   June.   At, Halfmoon   Bay.   Ph.   885-9534.  -24i-���-ABiN eruiserr-ceda4^-h��ll,  grey marine, 70 H.P., Stove,  sink,   bathroom,   complete   and  ready   to   go.   Some   painting  req.,  must sell.  485-6396.  18  32 FT. Gil Inciter with or without A  licence.  Good  condition. Ph.  883-2336.        8350-tfn  1966 GALAXIE 500, one own-  ���er,' 2'  dr."H.T.,   tan.   colored'  with,black vinyl roof. Very  good "condition, first $950 takes.  Phone 886-7250. 8439-49-  1955   G.M.C.   pick-up,   $225   or  best  offer.  Phi 883-2336.  8349-tfn  1959 PLYMOUTH station wagon in running order. Needs  body  work. Best offer.  P,hone  886-2551. 8439-17  8347-17  Secret Cove  Heavy  Duly   mechanics,  union        1   wages and benefits. Transport-     WANTED TO RENT  alion  daily   from   Port  Mellon      , B   lo camp and return. Interested     QUIET family of three require  f)aTties"'caIl   Vancouver   Radio ���, ��ufht house,- cottage'-or apart-  -Tclcphone for McNab Creek or���mpnl.,  nihsnns area  for mpnt.h  write   Box   110,   Port   Mellon,     of   July.   Box   8412, >c/o. Box  K. BUTLER REALTY  LTD.  -,$4,00  8438-17  ALL   TYPES   INSURANCE"  Gibsons, B.C.  Phone-886^000   ,     ._.  Well elevated properly, some  ocean views, trails and light-  timber. Lane access from high-  rfivay at���only.. $.61,500.. Some  terms. C/O Box 310 Peilinsula  Times, Sechelt, B.C.      8441-1?  B.C.    All    enquires    attention  Keith Suran.  8397-17  3lXTTK^Tnnes,  Sechelt:  8412-18  2 BEDROOM home in or near  _ SejChelt waj^lMJ>h.J85^752_  8333-17  Copyright and/or property rights  subsists in oil display ^advertising  ond other material appearing in  this edition ot the Sechelt Peninsula Times. Permission to reproduce wholly or in part and in  any torm whatsoever, particularly  by o photogrophiC-or-Ottset-pfGcess-  In a publication, must be obtained  In writing trom the publisher/Any  unauthorized reproduction wtll be  subject     to     recourse     in     law.  "In the event of a typographical  error advertising goods or services,  at a wrong price, goods or services  -TfTa71WrbWV3t&T_n&.h^^iHerenc^  charged to the newspaper. Advertising is merely an offer to sell,  and may be withdrawn at any  time."���(Supreme Court decision).  Advertising is accepted on the  sondition that, in the event of  tyiographical error, that portion  of the advertising space.���bcc'upte<��  -try���the erroneous���rtemyrrtegetheF  wllh reasonable allowance for signature, will not be changed ..for,  t~Jt the balance of. fh97gdve.rt.lse?  BLANK���On March .18, 1972,  William Blank of Sechelt,  B.C., aged 83 years. Survived  by one son Roger of Squamish,  and 2 daughters, Marjorie  August of Sechelt, ancl Martha  Gareau of Powell River. Fourteen grandchildren and. eighteen great grandchildren. Three  sisters, Mrs. S. (Sadie) Baker  Of Squamish;; Mrs. A. (Florence) Thomas of Nanaimo, and  Mrs. W. (Ellen) Tatoosh of  Seattle. Numerous nieces and  nephews. Prayers will be said  on Wednesa^y7TvTarcTTT^iTct~^rr"  7 p.m. at 101 Beach Road,  Sechelt I.R, followed by Requiem. Mass on Thursday,  March 23 al 2 p.m. .in the  Holy. Family Catholic. Church,  Sechelt, B.C. Rev. E.TLehner  celebrant.    Int^rmeiitX^Sechjelt;.  "Cemetai'y. Harvey:���~P.UTicrai   Home  Directors. 8436-17  MEMBER  MULTIPLE   LISTING  SERVICE  8023-17  -JWAfMTEB-���siwatt=i:-WaterfF0nt-  SALAL WANTED  PENDER HARBOUR and EGMONT  BEDROOM SPLIT- LEVEL-  ROOM AND BOARD  by   owner,  "Tbedxnijnisx:  HOUSE    for   sale  ���GrarrrrraTTTs;      3~  lge. kitchen, fireplace, auto oil  h^nt,   frirpT*   gunrWlf,   fenced  backyard,. beautiful   view   of  Howe Sound. F.P. $15,000.. Ph.  886-2134. 8388-18  secluaed home on the Peninsula or Powell River area  for semi-retired couple. No  dealers or agents. Have cash  for the right property. Replies  to Mrs. Hammond, 1523-West  rjird^Ave^-y^neou'ver 9, B.C.   If you are  brpwned  off,  try me.  NAIDA WILSON  885-9746    756S  ROOM t,nd board and care  avail, for senior citizens at  West Haven Rest Home at"  Powell Riiver, 7190 Huntingdon or Phone 485-4518.  8341-17  8ZS&TT  WANTED TO BUY  LOST  ��  FOR  SALE���Egmont.   2   bed"  room home on 85 ft. waterfront. V2 down on F.P. $24,700.  Mrs.   Lance   Larson,   Egmont,  B.C. Ph. 112-883-2770.    8384-18  SEMI-waterfront lot or view  acreage in R oberts Creek  area. Cash sale." Send location  and telephone number to Box  739  Peninsula  Times.    8025-17*  vMlULASE *0!= SECHELT  uJ^V4,jy'V..444ii-'i  20 view acres. Undeveloped.*"  $32,000, will sell in 5 acre  CANADAPERMAiNENT"  TRUST  Sunshine     Coast     Waterfront  and  Recreation Piopei-ties  To Buy  or Sell your Cottage,  Lot.' or 'Acreagej   Contact   A'  FIBREGLASS canoe, 16 quart  preasure codker, steel winches, canning jars. Ph. 886-2580.  8363-17  "^WHTTE   Samuyed   dog,   name-  "Baby" on collar. Very gentle.   Call   collect   112-483-3047.  8428-17  JLRAlklRS & CAMPERS  FOR SAliE -  13' Esta trailer,  wired, 'propane,   first   class  condition,   $675.   Ph.   886-9301.  8405-18  -r.  ���"- -Specialist; -  Dan l^ait  DOUBLE     size     mattress   &  dresser     wanted.    For  sale  crib  and   mattress,   play - pen, _..  "TSi-a/td new.-Phone b85"-90$$ryr-  8417-17  men! will be paid for at- the applicable rate. - - ���   ---������  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 on  hourly rate for tho additional  work,  -COMING_E.YENT.S_  SHOWING    til    lhe    Twilight  Theatre March 23 - U4 - 25,  Star  Spangled   Girl General.  Murch 26 - 27 - 28 I Never Sang  for my Father, {1029-17  JONES���On March 14, 1972,  ��� Felix' "A. (Dill) Joiies7 ol"  Waratah, Skyline Drive, Gibsons, B.C., aged 72 years. Survived by his. loving wife Margaret, 1 son Dr. Ian McLeod  of Durban, South Africa, and  1 daughter, Mrs. A. (Ruth)  Fuller, of Capo Town, South  Africa/ 9 grandchildren. A  memorial service was conducted in St. Bartholomew's Ang-  lican^^ClItnrclr^��~TSatqvday7-  March 18 at' 2 p.m. Donations  may bo mudo lo llio. Slirlno  Cripplo'd' Children's Fund;'  Hurvoy Funeral Homo, directors, 15435-17  lots. 88579654 or_write Box  310,  Sechelt.  8346-tfn  FOR sale by owner 4.7 acres,  2' bedroom house, oil furnace, Spring and well water.  Near Halfmoon Bay School,  $15,000. Phone 886-2961 after  4 p.m. 8396-21  Pender   Harbour   883-228-1   or  4488 Main St., Vancouver, B.C.  876-7111  8353-tln  ON RUBY Lake, Vfe acre���105  ft. waterfront, Close to highway. Lot 3, $14,000. Phone  883-2346. Write Box; 66, Garden  Bay. * 8410-17  LOG   barge   or  scow  with  or   without"power. Ph. 886-7277.  8334-17  __  33'x8'  FURNISHED  ^fWLiR (Schulrz) 'r  ....conditioned..'   in   nice  Approx.   4  acres  with   150  ft.   waterfront.  On   Hwy.   101   hear  Madeira Park. Full price $35,000 with $12,000 down.    .  .   . WAXERFRONT-LOTS >      ���  Francis  Peninsula���80'���$10,000 cash.   Lot  19 75'���-$15,500.  -RtrBY-tAH^E-MeTEt-  10 Motel units (all electric)���8 with cooking facilities, office with  living  quarters for  manager. Over 4  acres,  approx.   800  ft.  on  small   lake,   approx.   200   ft.   on   Ruby   Loke   with   floats  launching ramp. Full price $85,000 with $25,000 down.  ond  -GAR&EN-~��A-,��-  315 ft. waterfront, over 3 acres bn 2 separate parcels. Very  large home���-6 (could be 10) bedrooms^���an excellent start for  a fishing lodge and resort. Good beach, lots of floats. $70,000  full price, good terms. Or house can be purchased with 100 ft.  waterfront lot for $42,000.  shape.  883-2240.  8432-17  k  Pincoast  WS1!re��i*��'|rffi)*WtaJ��E!,SS5:-T|:^^viR)!l^i;w^-*i.  fi.'.'i^Ja.Ki&inet!..-,;*.  laiAi'iiSua*  REAL ESTATE  Box 769  SECHELT, B.C.  885-2241  ��� Sco uyal our Olllca acroba Ironi lliu Sachpli.uuu.DopoL  ?. oacuIIumI  wllh trull  PRIME FARM LAND'  pcirculii ol (arm land, City walar, paved load, 5 cicrui.  trccs,��moj.||y" cleared)-$ 10,500, Call. Slan .Andurton  885.2383 or Jack Andqrson; 88!>2Q!33.  NEW 1076 SQ, FT. SELMA PARK VIEW  Rii'llromcni homo iinclor construction,' Larao 20 ft,.livina room,,  wiih flroplaco, picture windows, 2 bodrooms, Miction, (lining1  mnm  plus  handy   utility   room,   112x100   Soq   Vlow   proporly,  $22,/0b,00. Tornu.,flrranoo(i, Coll j, or 5, AnddrLdn,    885-2053 - BBa-2305,  "sTKOT'T^Tr^  *y.imf!ttimim  ���lot'  IZtlHCU:  ���\.v.mnUfclStl.^I.mit^jicirlj11kq.pruputlyiiGlyw.J.o Hut rii,hliiu  .ii_Z7l��u\Md,..,lo'.YJounu^UlU^  ���fl'iYi  883.2053,  WATER FRONT LOTS  Wo linvn tho luuii'til iioloclloi, ul Wtiloilniiit Vlow Loin on llio  iuniililiH) CnnM CAUU US NOW lor thai Kccrcotiwi, or Italiiomunl  *' lot; Lrn or >u?ann(i Van liqmondr88!i-2241 or 88!i.9603....���.���...���.���:  ^~lv\ember oflhe MulTiple LTstlrTg^Service-  SEGHELTAGENCIESLTD?  WHAT IS THE SPINAL COLUMN?  ��� ��� ��� ���������-���>>.  ^��^��*..Jrha��thing4hg^runs3up,and��dQ!ryjn,  your bapk. Your head sits on ona      end ... You sit on tho other!  ���   ?_ >'. %  you won't sil slid when you sue  ~_  ���U.iQSft.sp|riO-! ingll.'ng ..yaluosl  E  REALTY AND    '���"   v..  VO -ACRESTWAT'EI^FRONY '" r       '    ' ^No. 2165  UiVipollod 90 acroi. ol waiorfront  |uM  20 mllos from Socholt  Ijy  boot,   No  roprlb,  no nolohbour!.,  2  ilreomb;  opprox,   3700'  ol  tiharallno, Try a aroup of 10���pr 1?. lo purchnsa thirrnrQ'recrootlon "  proporly.   $33,600  down,   full   prlco   $120,000. 'Don   Hadclpn,  885.9504 oyos, f , , ..   ,   ,  j SECLUSION AND VIEW         No, 2470  Rollromant whoro quiot buclu'slon la aithiirod, Coinforlahlo 2 hod-  room cotlano wllh vlow ol Islandij ond gulf, Nol lor from tiloroii,  -~lHKjoh���&~tnan*poUaUuaT^^ftQr^.u^7oJiiJ|^ JqcK   Worn,  806-2681 ovos; - ���"��-���' '-��������������� '������' '��������� '"'"7 : ...~f  *W#t��*+#(**rt*��iit��+(n  FANTASTIC' VIEW! SOUTHERN EXPOSgRE  " " "R'GDROOFFSrrcOARPT ���"-"  l.uvoly minloin A bedroom homo, W/W bhoo.cqrpol, dlhliwokhur,'"  ~bXl\UT\rr^tnvBr.t:nln_~rtm_r^a'M>QPrda^  Qnloro, Only short wolk |o Rcdroolt boach, tonnln court, tlioro,  pou olflco All Ihln for only $27,900, Soq' ihls NOW. Suiahna   ���-' -������+.-- -.���������-Von tifjmond,. 885f22/| I, -.-.,,,���.  ,,   ������SARGENT^BAY^WATERF^  Loruo Iruuil imwlYi \,,M ��mn PLUS hunimor aillojio, $22,000  ���~rt*ii��ii��*a*a��i..AHW,��.^,<Miij;,<ii ...j,,,.*,,,,,,,, ��,���^,������ ,���, ,,,,.;.���,.���,.t,,������v���,;  ipfeO^^Mlldf.^lMfe^lj^,!!,,  "tttXKA  ""' V.L:A,���WEST SECHELT' VIEW  n^iJr43r*SoTCfiv^^  ^���-������**-��� -���'  ���'���!  ���*        IM  SOLD ��� CREEK LOT���WEST SEGHELT ���' SOLD  OS' liuiiiuuo, iimi'i, (joo.l inuilcii mj|1, $5,750,00' r,P. "J," or S,'  .Your oVn  i,  WILSON CREEK. ���������'- ���< -��� v'i7  ,t��Hi ��n,( Sa\.  r/n S,C Hlohwoy, Ono ocVo 321' frohlnoo/ conirtr  proporly. R2 zoncJ, ?7f95^, Tonm J^ or S, AndorBon, 883*2093  1 BEDROOM VIEW , No. 2<UQ  *ecnrmlwlocqtlonnsr,l,jnflltl*vl��Wf-oaity4��.malnlonaiico����W,oll^  homo, (.iiliahlo lor rpllroiiiont or imiall Inmlly. Purclioiio prlco In-  cludoi. oluclrlcrofifjo) ooibooo humor A  ilduu,l'Ml|.lJrlco W 1,000,  SOAMES POINT  "ThrQe"BTR~homc 61TMQTiiTe^Dri^o7"Newly-decorated���  interior. Splendid view. Close to an excellent beach  and to"Cangclale ferry."A/0 heat, A/E hot water, 220  wiring. Immediate occupancy. F.P, $15,500. OFFERS.  GIBSONS VILLAGE  Bright7newly cfecoraTt^  located, Excellent view, Elec.  heat, A/E hot water,  lovely fireplace.  Pdtic*, drharn'ohfal trees '&. shrubs,  Good lawn, A vory well situated retirement homo close  lo all   facilities.   F.P.   $16,3Q0  with  $5,000  down.  Owner will consider reasonable offers.  $14,700 FULL PRICE .  -��4_r.r ,ty_ri.irn_.!?.atir. -<<, RP   hnmf��   on   Iprae- view  lot.   Has   oil  furnace, balcony on 2 sides. Immediate possession;  APPROX.  152 FT, WATERFRORI���EGMON I  Property in 2 lots, but owner says sell together for $26,500 with  $13,000 down.  FRANCIS PENINSULA  2 side by side view lots of approx.  1% acres each. Only a few  hundred ft. from Marina, Each priced at $10,000���Terms.  157 ACRES WITH TIMBER  D,L, 3678, with a considerable amount of merchantable timber,  has approx7 550' ft. of waterfront on Mixdh Lake, road & crook  through property and an old house wfrlch could be rebuilt. Full  price $50,000 with $25,000 down.  HOUSI; & BARN . ��� '���    No, 24VO  Noor iiawl   Eloclrlcnlly  lionlod   3  bodroom  lioino  wltli   inniihlvo  hoatnlotur flroplucu Quiilnl   I   lion-o horn qnd work lihop oroci  tuml'iMurl.  A,A ocro1, ol (jonllo wiwllutrii rJopo  for jk;.Vi||/Iu Mil/,  dlvlslpn,   A  lltllo  Imonlnallon  ond   nomo   woik   wiil  maku, tlm.  Iiorrio' n ^how-ploco-of -thoaroa.. An ��� oppulntmguu lu, nocouwiyl.^  (Job Konl, &M-9A6] avuu,  1 *��$W����&lwra#>^^  * or, 8(35-2305.  * 1����  mrmmmmwG^HmwiwtiTW'T*", '  ^WAXiilMll^NmCLUSiON Hh 231f1  Clinrmlnn X Inidroorn lioimfT)n"Tal)'|iro>r,"l nfcro, 113(1' of wnlorlmni  ond biilll In prlvocy, Eloc'lrlc boat loo A llroploco, Regional lionnl   WftlVyr^~h7rtrn~Ar,klrtq^4!?;000-vvlth^1i1'f��j-009-<l��\��fi^^oMr--c<ihh-  yffor  conkkluro��l   by   owner,   Excolloni   aordon,   Potor   Smith,  /    *'     , 085.9/16.') ovos, '   ���    "  GARDEN.0AY VIEW LOTS No, 2>|7?  ~lrltfa|^iow"iorc'nnr0;^  .Pnwor, nnd   wolnr  nn  povml  rood,   Hnniy  nccowi. Iu  woloiv-un-  obittvicml yI��w, Full Price HUGO cocb, John Dicon, 083-27^4,  ......     ,.... ASK lT0ll OUR.PHliU CATALOGUE OP REAL ESTATE   '���  AGENCIES LTD.  Or,9a|| Toll!Froo from iho Gr^ator'ydlrfcbUVdi(",,,Aro9'"  (E.&O.E.) .': :   , ..   ,      '.' .���    7  tmmmmm$*fm&mt\<**_1t  L  m ut i41,amjKN5��tt4ia(i,��J|Wt^��if^(i | ^  ���    GOWER POINT WATERFRONT      7  Two and ono half acres, consisting of throo-ono half  acre waterfront' lots and'ono��f:ulLacro.,Jot,Jaclpg,pn_  black top road. Al If I no vl e'w propo rty;"f u I ly c roared x>  Wa"lor, Hydro, and Phono aYallablo, There ds a nico  hpma on tho One aero lot, Please enquire for further  """'���'"'���pdrtlciiilQrs. ���"���"'���������-""������.','.'���������   ������"��� ,"-"���������,'.  MOBILE'" HO'ME^SITES  Several lots available.  EARLCQVE RESTAURANT BUSINESS  At Ear|7Cbvq Forty Terminal, tho best location on the Sunshine  Coast.  Equipment and business .with long loaso,  $22,000 wllh  $10,000 down,  ,_J,_r___f_.__..____     >     > ,  w ***#,��**�������� &Hk**.mi*l._*,ilwmhkk/!.w*r ,..i.,  ' THi.M��tHWl|^c��Hl# W ,."il*tW?��WfWf if.// i4*wi��wt^#��e*#tt��iiis��*  :t���7r-,Tr,:-:-7���r'r--R0BE'RTS... CREEK -^ZZ  Close to Boach Park wo offer, a cloarod Vi acre block  *^Lyl0Yt.llfORQIlyj B'ock' fronts on two payed roads,  , This block has suWIvision^ofbnnalT^II   fatfilltlor*"  ��������� ,.,��� ...7 . ^..^wJ^^BiwWiwiwwi^ww. ~m*m��*M��to  '      .WEST SECHELT     ;'  Llghlly I rood 5 ucra block. Just a fow feat from a  rjood road and closa lo lho walar, Full prlco $6,600,  w-w ht* i1-.Ai..ua,^*.*^��4  ������ PENDER��HARBOUR -��� - ~~  -  3 acres of Panoramic VlQVv;: property with,, appro*,  j,000. ft. on tllo highway and on dlsl, wator supply.  Nlcoly trood wllh Arbutus and Fir, Full prlco $16,500.  ~^_~.m,*~J**4r~-m����~-ur��mr,,,....,, , y    ���W'f'-^..^,'.-n,.,..^,i...^.,^,U..���...      GIIJSONS BAY AREA;  O/J 3 bod, homo on ono Qcrorofprlmo, flat land on  ...'.���, road, sowar, and Water. Ideal dparlmont slto,  MARINA SITE  Earl  Covo-^marlna,  moto'l- or,, subdivision  silo, ocljolnloa   forryr-.  ,,f��tgrmlnal.  Approx,   51   acroa wllh  approx,   850  ft,   waiorfront,  M,300 ft. on Hwy. 10V. Full prlco $75,000 with $30,000 down,  * I  . ,  IRVINE^ LANDING  __3__DK  furnishcdr.hamQ���pn  laroo vlow  |o|   approyod  for  3   lot  ,; *,"r"77"*    tuibdiYlslon, $28,000 ftill; prlco wllh lormf.���--^���������-  APPROX. 275 FT. WATERFRONT  ,k.Gardun, Day-���oyer ono aero, Doop, shollorcd mooraoo. Full prlco  ������"���-����� ^.*.,.*^,;.i,(.U426,00O;Pwi'tJi'^.13i00'O down.,,        ''  ���  'mafjimsMimm  LAGOON, RO^P, ...  A vofy good bulldlnp lots, Easy walking dlMartca lo bdiool and  stores gt Madeira Park, Watch, for^ur slans on thoso Iota , , ,  $6,000 oach^th only $1,000 down; .     '  ���       ^^  Appru��, bOO ft, waiorfront on tidal flats. Older log homo. Fairly  now   duwb|g���,flflrqQ9, JErMjt.��� Ijrpos.   Fifll   prlco   $40,000   wllh  GOWER POINT,  '"1'acVd'pfiniQ-vlnvy;'pfopdity wllli a vory qllractlvo ^������-"  bod. homo on, You Iipyo lo ace thin ono to approclato  ���thR,^5w^^'ec^M*''^,**l''*^  MEMBER OF VANCOUVER REAL ESTATE BOARD  ,(;>i ' NOTARY PUBLIC  ���   '.V    LISTINGS WANTED   ''���'   7  ;",  ^^VlrTcT'^/owor-rr886.9359','  ,,  .  '*' Wally Potorson~886.2877.       ', '   '  " Ron McSavony-^���886-9656  t.^"!,^^,.^.,^..,,^,,,,,,^.!  ',   it   '  f  >   ���  !>, |   .|i,4.  >,l".  IMi^^W#^^l'*fr**l)t��<'*l��iM+tl^i|'��l*'*1i*l''*'*'  t J t<+i,tr>n *  'jm;<  mmftmm  i*#mm  JWHU ���ilMiiiiiiVn  , ��*��iH   ��y. i  ,r,t'..,  - ���-, IRVINE'S.LANDING,,. , ,:.   2 human���ono 3 BR, ono'7"BR;==:aTT"'Yory,,l��rflovlow--|ol--��pprovod .  for 4 loi liubdlvlBloh, Fd|| prlco $36,000 with terms,  APPROXIMATELY 33 ACRES���PENDER HARBOUR  On Hwy. 101, fronting on 3 iildouof P,H, Secondary School, Approx.  10 atiroa pail lolly cloarod and In orasu. Would mako o��co|lonl  ,6ubdlvUlon oi,moblloj)omo paik. full prlco $32,000 w|lh $10,000  clown, "."      ' ."  '  '      " EARL COVE     '  A fow Ibis sill! ��v��lloblo on this'30'lof-Bul��ilvl6l��)n,~-Pric<tvl.from~~-  . .$4,000, ;  MADEIRA PARK "T.'",""  Choice vlow loin ..on 6-4. lor subdivision,' Pflcos from $4,000 to  $0,000, Somo cloarod rood/ fof building.  Now  "PENDEirHARBOOfr"  2 bedroom 864 sq, fl, model homo, lilcctrlc boat, Mono  4.4..,,(troplocfl^walLte.,^ja)J(1|bHp.^n.n?,n  walorliont lot ovoilooKlna I'ondor llaitinur ond clcrao tu i��tob And  (marina, Full prlaa 1-26^00 with |!i,00Q down,  "Many 0thrr^��^'t^^,1'ro^��'*"��n^'l<>t����tn-th��'P<rn<J��r. Harbour.ar*a,-  lOliliSiiiii  v REAUTY.;LTP.   ,''���'���. ''  ,.;,'..      Madeira'Parly B,C, .  Phone Pondor Harbour 883-2233.  u:,j.  ft.  hm^mm^kp��4i,��iff\\,  '*w=WB^*Jr^^ie^M^~itortoi--rm&��i.tM.   r^^tiltfit^niKf-Kit  ���H"  mmm^m*.  >\,<  l>.I    >i*i  ���h  f <  '   t  1  '   f  ��� _   *  ��  i * A   .   t, f _.\   1  AUTOS &_TRUCKS (Cc^t;|~-FOR SA1I (Contiriuei)-  Hlfi". ' G.U.t.    pick-up.    Good  condition,  883-23S9.        8364-17  LIVESTOCK  CHICKS���Paymaster R. 1. Rod  Cross, white Leghorns, white  Rocks. Order early. sencf Un  prices. Napier Matcherv 22470-  (14th Aw.. R.R. 7. Langlev,  534-62(18. 7840-tfn  B.C.  PETS  FOR  Wee  snip ���-  ks  up.  2 silver. Ph"^  Toy I'ooiMpk, P.  1 lii.ick'. 1 white.  8:%9797.    840(i-18  FOR SALE  PLACE   your . order   now   for  April   1  delivery. Honeybees  package   or   Nucleus,   Queens  886 27(12. ..    v     .    quin-17  -V  HOOVER 'Twintub' washer,  l-'only 6 months old. In new  condilion> $100 cash. 23" B/W  Console T.V.,. "new picture  lube, $75. cash Ph. 885-9338.   _.     ._:2   ,_-843l7p  7 HEALTH FOODS  .    GRANOLA .    :. lb 89c  .'Unprocessed  Honey  lb 50c  Woodward's Old Fashioned  Peanut Butter_3 lb. for $1.60  ^   GOOD FOOD -STORE-- -  Cow;e Street - Sechelt  885-9063  . 8290-tfn  DEEP  well  ppmp,  Simpsons-  Sears Homart, $130, Ph. 883-  2407. 8419-18  WRINGER    washer    in . good  PORSALE (Continued)  2:   N BEAUTIFUL      miniature  Poodles,   male,   silver   gr'av.  13   fhonths "ol"a7"TH7"88B-7TT27  8028-17  FOR SALE (Continued!  Educational T.V.  1 USED bathroom set (white).  ^Orre>--eabi-net - \\44-h- built-in  basin,  $85.   Ph.  883-2396.  8395-17  ' BARGAIN books at News  Books and. Stationary, Se^  chelt. H'story erf Wells Fargo,  $14.95 row $5.35, one only.  Romanes of the Patchwork  ^u+tt���$3^5r���R-u-g���-Weaving-  .���$5.35. Qjiilting $2.69. Lord of  the Rings in one volume $4.51).  Also latest Cana&iana. Children's and Adult Classics. Cook  books and Hobby books. People corne from Vancouver to  shop, at News Books on Cowrie  St. Sechelt (Times office) Ph.  885-9654. 8342-16  8 ,.FOOT   cartop   pram   dingy  V4   inch/ Black   and   Decker ���  '"d"nTl^iF\v~conorrrT,Hone   88fP  2177.    , '   8430-17  IF   IT'S    suits���it's   "Morgans."  \-885~-9330, Sechelt, 'B.C.      -    -  8893-tfn  ELECTRdLUX-  BobvWaltham - . '  Phone  885-9878  8299-tfn  ciiiiise  USED   ut-nks,   1,000  gal.,  2,000  gal. ancl 3.000 gal. Good condition, good prices. Phone Bob    8339-17  883-2248.  1966 YAMAHA 80. Good Tuning condition, $125. 10V2 foot  fibreglass  Hydroplane,  $150.00  GRADE, live   students     at  Sechelt   Ele-���  montary   School   have   been   watching  an   educational   TV. jirogram   on   Friday  -afternoons  called   'Places   in Tlie   News".  On. a   previous, occasion   some   of   the  shidents wrole-in their opinions on pris^  uHK-imd. prison ^icfurm, _a^j;����LV.LP^��cL..lW.  ���Ihe  sponsor,  but  the   loiters  arrived   ioo  late to be used on the program.  Recently, Jim Lewis called from New  York, asking that our students write, giving their opinions'on marijuana and drug  abuse. The" best letter from each class  was   sent   to   the   station   together   with  how   a   woman   could   do   that   to   her  child!  In lhe end of one movie, Ihese teenagers played a game with la gun, called  Russian Roulette. They put three bullets in a gun and turned the barrel so  they   wouldn't   know   where   the   bullets  'were.   Then   they   took   turns""putting lr~  up by  their heads  to shoot.  It   was  just  Ph   ��Rfi-7RRn  809,4-, 17  RUBBER, stamps   of   all   descriptions   may    be    obtained  ���at The Time.;. Phone 885---��&54r-  "���    condition,   automatic   pump.  Ph.   885-2378   eves.  v-v8421-17  FENDER  deluxe  Reveife Am  Quick service on all orders.  MARINE ACCESSORIES ...  Paint���Fibreglass���Rope���  Canvas���Boat  Hardwire  Compressed  air  service  NYGREN SALES  ���   (1971) LTD.  Phone 886-930.3,  Gibsons,  B.C.  FOR that very special present  ���Seasons- of the Eskimo,  a  vanishing"' way  of   life,  $16.95.  Birds  of  CaTiadaT'ii>l5.   Special-  plifer, excellent condition,  $135. Vox built Wah Wah  pedal as new, $25. Companion  Fuzz box as new, $15. Portable Cassette player, battery or  AC, as new, $25. Ph. 885-9654.  ' EVINRUDE  1971   CLEANOUT   .  50   hp  18 hp .  hp  hp  -hp-  72  1344.00  684.00  436.00  309.00  71 Clean Out   995.00   519.00   329.00  7. 229.00  ii.  192.00--.-^^.- .149^0���  "fBi"-Easter  -Bedtime   Bible  "Stones for Children, $2.00. At  News Books and Stationery,  Sechelt {Times office) where  only good books can be found.  Ph.' 885-9654. 8423-17   -84Q9J i  NEW 5-h.p. self propelled Toro  Snow   blower,   reg.   $525.00,  now   $376.00.  ' Ne3S��_JTowL_gel��_  "lawn    mower,    reg.  $169.00.    2-new  Toro     20     lbs.  driveway,  _LJ-sed���Motots-  90 hp Johnson 595.00  50 hp Viking   .?.....375.00  40 hp Merc C/W  Controls 315.00  ).76J^Ejdnnuie- 475.00  propelled  $206.00.    now  snowblowers,  ideal   for   roofs   or  reg. $169.00 now $131.00.  8427-17  --;6^tvp768Evlnrude  162.00  6 hp '63 Evinrude  120.00  MERC 800 as is/with  conlrols     225.00  Kiillflf^DfliifciiiVidrmBrii i���,H"*��� ���       *���        &  to' show   you   that   drug   taking   is   just  as bad as this stupid game.  I would like to ask you one question  if you had time to answer it. In what  part of the world are the most bad drugs   pictures ...of ...the,, students.   The  f ollowing^sgld? __,   -v two letters were sent to NeW-jyerlr: ^^Aaron   j^lleiier.   a,   student   in   Miss  v  Brenda Clarke a student in Miss Eri-     Simmons' class writes:  wata's  class  writes. Dear Mr.  Lewis,  Dear Mr.   Lewis. Our  teacher  asked  us  to  write what   In     my    opinion    T    llVink    people    that      '  ���   -      -i.  ,  ��� ��� ���  take drugs are stupid! I could see. them  being curious because I��anv too. But to  really and truly take them! We have been  watching niany movies on drugs but the  last one that we saw, I really enjoyed.  Ii expressed what really happens when  sumeoiie  took drugs. /  It  was mostly about  LSD. Some peo-  Trie Peninsula* Times       .     Page���A-5,  Wednesday, March 22, 1972  we thihk of marijuana.      *    '  ''If we don't stop,, it more people wi.1,1  die. Because the "on^7whi5^ta"k;e-it-might  go mental and start killing people. They  -might "vVaht-slrSfifer-^and stronger -stuff  until7hey end up dead themselves. So  that is why I think marijuana is bad and  alfthe other drugs too.    ��� '  And, while we are on the subject,  of other drugs, LSD is the worst one. It>  jnak��S .people, jump out of windows and  stand  ih  front  of speeding cars. "  So 'here are some questions on marijuana and LSD I want you to answer:   l7~i?rit~1rtreT-t4utt���)>eopie--,st-and ni.it  in  the   middie  of  the  road  when  speeding  cars are coming, just by taking LSD?  .2. Do some  people  really  think  that  they citvlly "just" W faTunjTTJSD?:*-  3.   Does   marijuana   get   rid   of   your  troubled feelings?  * 4.  What effects does  marijuana haye-  on your  5. Does LSD make.you play Russian  roulette?   '  (J. What does LSD stand for?  PRIVATE "SALE���IMMEDIATE POSSESSION  IGeorgin  Strnit ViPW Home", Selma Park  Approx.  2400 sq. ft. on  2 floors,  4  bdrmsr-2  bathrms,  2  fireplaces, W.W. carpeting, large rec. room. Also 24x30 Outbuilding.  Clear Title:  only  $10,500 dn;   Bank financing  avail.  To  View  Phone 885-9630.  pit- react lo. LSD by seeing different  colors before them. Otiters react by, bringing up things hi their minds that were  long forgotten.  One ounce of LSD can make "300  thousand doses! That's a waste of money  and a waste of lives for the people that  take the drugs the wrong way. Of cpurse  TTyou take" it The ngrTFway as~Tfte"'clo'ctor-  inwrrnVs ji, ()ipiH^--p��^"-��^ti-A^-'wt':��-y^  MADEJRA .MARINA  Maderia Park, B.C.  883-2266  8380-17  a��(14J^^  E  REAL ESTATE & INSURANCE  NOTARY PUBLIC AND   APPRAISALS  .Ma^M^  ���      'LTD. ���   -  Box 799, Gibsons,  B.C. ��� Wan.  Direct: 685-3133  "Developing with the Sunshine Coast"   ���..^HAMBERL-IN ROAD, ACREAGE  Many people not only are curious  but they might be sad or have problems  that they don't want to face, and they>-  think that drugs will make you feel  good, so they ..begin to take. them. When  the drug���f4nally-^weiua__off^ygubegin^Jp  get mad. again.7 Then y!ou7hayiiOLr7iEg6Er.  2  already  subdivided   parcels  totaling   8.21. acres.  Great investment, only $12,000.  S. FLETCHER ROAD���LOT 60x200x60x150  ���p^P^^^^^e-���^rj_e.^JV,.���.q;^���p-av'iecl���roa<d-:���Lt^f-p*.�����Qt���-r-ecax_���JCha..l^L.  $4,400.  BUlLD .IN1' LXNG0$L��'wnere W�� Have^a 'toirselecTion  Phone for particulars. 886-2481.  SCHOOL ROAD, Gibsons.'This large lot would make  a dandy apartment site. Meanwhile there's ~r��entaI  revenue firm OT'house in good condition,-$12,000  . ..��� -half cash. 886-2481. '7  SOAMES POINT: Large waterfront property with de-  lightful-redesigned house..Plenty,of.room for,qnather   house, several nice sites cleared. $42,500 on terms.  -MGN EY~I N,~TH E- BAN K: -1 s-not-as-good -as ��� own ing���  these two duplexes���two,-2-bedroom utility rooms,  and two, T bedroom units, all electric heat on beautiful spacious landscaped grounds, with a view of the  Harbour For appointment to'view and details call  1 -886,-2481.  WATERFRONT: and a breathtaking view of Howe  Sound��� are yours  from this:������.3.bedroom,home, on  Georgia Bluff. Featuring, complete wall F.P. en-suite  plumbing,  bedroom sundeck,  court yard  with over  3000 sq. ft, of black top and many other extras.  F,P, $48,500 on terms,  4 ACRES: and a 4 bedroom homo 1 mile from shop-  ' ping;and:schoo|s;:grounds partly cleared with-fruit  Iroos  extra large kltchon with range ancl oven built  In and family room "attached. Sco this ono fpr a family  , at $25,000 wl,t h $,11,000 down. 886-2481 Action Line,  r:rf5oRf jTroadi ^6licrH5rflaT^ftiv^?^^i^r~.  with a 2 bedrm. homo, vory valuable future In this    '��� Ipcotlon. P.P. $21,000.   Older-type  reduced price, only $13,500.  i...\  ,.       ...        BURNS ROAD-^LOT..65x130      ...7  Level, good building site, fully serviced. Only $3,500.  Try offers and terms.  ~_^-  J-liA-H  -U1+.  taking the" drugs. If somehow you could  not get the drug, you could get very sick  or even die!  "     some  people steal   lu  get  the  drugs.  Some even kill! ,....,          ;,..,���..  You must know about drugs since you  are a grown man, but I am just telling  you how I feel! I would feel horrified  if I knew anyone who took drugs.  I would really be frightened of <them!  I'm scared to walk in a big city alone  in case someone came along and injected.  SECHELT AGENCIES  DATE  PAD  ��� This free reminder of coming events'is a service of SECHELT AGENCIES  LTD.  Phone Peninsula Times direct for free  listings,  specifying  "Date  PckT.  Please note that space is limited and some advance dates may  have to wait their turn; also that this is a "reminder" listings only and;  cannot always carry full details.  March 22���8 p.m. Sechelt Legion Hall. Bingo.  March 23���8 p.m. Pender Harbour Community Hall. Bingo.  March 24���10:30 a.rrurl   p.m. Gibsons Legion  Hall. Branch   109 L.A.  Rummage and Bake.'Sale.  March 24���8 p.m. Sechelt Indian Hall. Bingo.  _Moreh.25���Sunshine Coast Credit Union Annual .Meeting.   Dinner 7  p.m. Meeting 8'^.m. Sechelt Legion Hall.  AaTch' 2b::^^SSE11eTfnS��I^rirTsin       " "     ""  Meeting.. Dinner 7 p.m: Meeting 8 p.m.  March 26���11 a.m. Clubhouse Wilson Creek. Rod & Gun Club Aggregate  Shoot.  March   26���2   p.m.   Madeira   Park   Community   Hall.   South   Pender  Harbour Waterworks Annual Meeting.   ���  March 26���2:3<yjzJhy&2_^^  Aeeti  a needle of drugs in my arm! n  On one movie I saw how doctors use_t j|  animals to experiment with. This is in  the case of a pregnant woman and what  could "happen to her child. The man on  the film injected a needle of drugs into  ���^TT3T^grrar!t-tetTister~aTrrl^  the baby hamster looked dn the X-rays.  One of them had its brains on the skull.  It was just to give' an idea of what would  happen'" to a~huffian. r^carVf uifders'larid  works^eenerai  .^.  MaTeH"29^87p^.-St7WTld^-HQl,|7^  Important General Meeting.  April  1���Render Harbour Community Hall. Flea Market. .  April 3���2 p.m. Twilight Gibsons; Dirk's Marionettes.  "April   8    7 ?0   y inr-Pfnder   Hn^nr ^rnmunity   Holt,   Lions   Club  -���������.  . Auction. , _ _^t^.-,r, ,..��,.������.���;<-..,   _.*..*. i.yr.^_^_. ^_���j^^.  ASK FOR OUR FREE CATALOGUE OF REAL ESTATE  i^P'^ ��^ i#^ jf-Jl jlfi�� &     ��  ��� 1W .j ��� ������'" !.__________&  [Multiple  Listing  Serried  Vancouver Real Estate  Board  REALtSTATE  INSURANCES  AGENCIES LTD.  Phone 885-2235 Box 1287Seehelt# B.C.  "Or���cctlt~_Tsoi1"���^ins���r^fyiix77i7hBy^soi&''~ ���Vone,otiv��r---Af���  '���2EhttWQll7 "r;77v77: ���������  'il. HLLICHM1: ~-':.  FRANKLIN ROAD  Lovely ^bedroom borne, MjJST be S.OLCX terrific buy  "" ; "f6ronly$-16;8Q0;7'.?   .  Jnqaire about our brand ;nevyJiomes.   Priced  from  ���$L(2(],C0l5^jncluding.'*y6ur lot,'.May be purchased for  7"as liTtle firWtf'dbWrrte'eh  Selma. Park.  Lorrle-Girard: 886-7244-Or-886-7l?60 or  ���: Phi kStrut;-886-7244;:or.- 886-7^144 ~  REED .ROAD; .5 acros with this 3 bedroom homo close  to shopping-centre,--schools etc. F.P. $17,500 forms.   -���-���������> '' ' nf^r  RR/^TT ROAD:  2Vi acros 'level  parK like woods.  .$8,500,  :._ __��� !7listogs^w^d: "" '"w"'   , Lei "JTaoH "your proporty/wo" gcTToslIltl^F'snles"  ' '   '   oxcooddtl ono million dollars m 1971.  Ij^iSidiS,!^ " "J^; vissER-y  886-2935 ���.���..,,   8B6.2098. 885-2300  BRITISH COLUIV||BIA FERRIES  EASTER HOLIDAY  Vi  ' !��� i  __,t~    .^n't'v'   a   y>U   '^'i i'!��� *rt>**f��   y��� i  ',*i\y 11* v H'  .i  t. , T>T  WB^^'.'.''?iK'ia!'iChis" -'-������ ...  ,W!_i\';'.ri!'.\<?, r.<K_K.;.r ��.��� ������';���.���  _m���  5g22EE35S3S  i  ' \ '    i  i     i  t.v^t&^����i_t)-. ''MfuVCiMS-Wf1,*"**WttJ^���i^'ii^iiKSt^'>>'!(. I'iWi-f,���*,'  SUNSHINE COAST  Effective March 30 to April 3  There will be iwM'1aalllri'gBri),6thwW9y8''tb''"  accommodate the Ea3ter holiday trafflorSched^-  uleslortlie*Ea8terseason"mayb0-o>3talneci^t;*"  ferry term^  jlQurl��t bureaus.  fflUHKHI^T^*������  For Information phono;  kanaclolo     ,   00C��2Mi?    Horooahoo 6ny 021-7411  Wgm BRITISH COLUMBIA  *** CCDDICC  rcKKtra^li  ������ "J=J!L--���fy  !.'l    >��       I I,   III.WM,  ,  |     II    |      ,. i |f  .  ,-,': ������ ;���.  \ t-\ i.\,", '���.'.<, i.;,.,,,,irj.,.:.:,,...'  Brerjda  Clarke  ���i,Waste''rof'money,,and,'a,;,wa^tej,.of'''Hyiesv  n-says Brenda Clarke,., grade .5 student at ��� Sechelt Elementary School,  in her essay on.dr.ug abuse.  fi  i* ��� *. ���.  r'r-.  .77 . ..:m'-r- '".-'.'i.\-      ���-���������'������'. y''\ , '.���-,���; i;:<, ��� i. '22'  HAVP TH5 WINTER SALT ���AND -DIRT  THOROUGHLY GLEAMED FROM YOUR VEHICLE  NCM BEFORE^!yOft^'tLfepi!#AGE        , / ,  ._ r^���'7^GURS:r''. ".r. '   ..   ..  ,    , j,   .    ,    ,,, , i  SPECIAl OFFER INCLUDES  COMPLETE STEAM  CLEAMING OF BODY  ,,r;':fVr,'^p UWDERCARRIAGE,  INTERIOR c^AMrllP  AND HEAVY COAT OF PASTE-WAX.  ,     ,,     ' ALL FOR ONE LOW PRICE.  ���-���-,...  COST IS BASED  ON  SIZE OF VEHICLE  .  .  .  RANGING FROM  $20-$35.  Effective to April 15,  1972  For Appointment phone '  ^x_i_, .'   Aflron ...Polletler :    fTwo'dWl slop it, moro people will  ;.(l|6_Rays Aarori7.:Pellotloi,,7firaciQ7a;  student, writing about drug abuse,  LdOlLUlflUll I  EQUIPMENT SERVIC  886-2784  ���4fetiWW*V*8'  WtftfiWHW 1T'*^^M ��liN*Ml��Wy  7   , ,  ���   i  ���        , ���      ,'  " PWKw H-Ah',^_k _WSM __w^'i��mmlm<#4^__\m'_M^^-mw_  I* '      (     I  ' ,  TAKEOUT SERVICE - FISH 'N CHIPS - CHICKEN - ETC  885-9010  i      *  r/(f(V*Jtil f|'  ri + i   H   **f.  - *���  fk& ff | * ?f   P t/tff' W*   *   P    0 m9ml_\ ^0 Wi  .  u * t i,^ i   K-1..,. |*,*���  *(  'I t       \  ���s.  I fl    , f  ������ .I".,'',.     ,,V     ������'?   7,���,        '        ..<-...���'�����'������.."    ��� ..  ,���,  ��r  11,  Ii    11  V> 'it  I tlHWI M   t*.\imth<hi l��t*  . Page A-6  The Peninsula Time*      ' Wednesday, March 22, 1972  Athletic Association  Local baseball season  -* ...("������  gets underway Saturday  ^^.ufcf *-x"���*���" ��� ��� ������' "*���'���*.'7yyc.'Y'f__t____^g^^!_<^_fi*^lM7w  .   -         Keeping  Check  Conservation officer Mr. Pat Mulli- the clogged waterway between Ruby  gan is keeping careful check ori the and  .Sakinaw  lakes,  controlling  the  spawning channel constructed about waterflow by channeling and prepaV-  two years ago at Ruby Lake by the ing   smooth    gravelled     beds.   The  Fish  and  Wildlife    Branch    of  the   'lakes have recently been re-stocked    SUNSHINE Coast Juvenile Soccer games  provincial    government, to improve and  it   is  hoped   that  the  channels        -scheduled lor next Sunday, March 26  spawning facilities for resident cut- will eventually result in natural re-  throat trout. Work entailed clearing plenishment on the trout population.  Juvenile Soccer  weekend results  are:  DIVISION 7  Nomads  vs Teenien at  Langdale,  1. p.m.  * P.H. Hotspurs vs Ken Mac Bombers at  Madeira  Park   1   p.m.  DIVISIONS  5 and  6  Co-Op   Cougars   vs  lies,   Braves,   Gibsons  1  p.m.  Ken's Vikings vs Roberts  Creek, Gib-  sniiyy. ,jmi  WHILE the hockey season isn't over yet,  Gnvs'piis". surd district boys~~anid"giris  will have the opportunity tb play baseball, as the Gibsons Athletic Association  announced the first baseball turnout for  boys will be held Saturday, March 25 and  Sunday, March 26 at the elementary  school  all-weather  field.  Time  lor .the  turnout   is  from  3? p.m.  to 0 p.in. All boytT wishing- lo 'play niino7  league baseball are urged to attend. Further details may be obtained by contacting   Eric  Schmidbauer  at   886-2918/  Mean while, coaches arjd umpires, are  needed for the minor league teams, and  if you can help in either of these important capacities, you are asked to call  Mr, Scjimidbauer.  The league will consist of the following teams: Colts, 15 and 16-year olds;  Pony, 13 and 14-year-olds; Bronco, 12-  ycar olds and under, plus those boys who  were still 12 January' 1, 1972 and have  since turned 13, and Pinto, 12 year olds  and under.  As in recent years, the importance of  helping these youngsters cannot be over  WEE BONNIE SYSTEM  Tor summer and residential homes.  Example 400 sq. ft. Cedar Cabin,  supplied and installed on your lot  for $2,600. Do-it-yourself kit' with  plans $1,800. We also do framing  for economicajjiouses..Phone after  v6 p.m. 987-1893 collect.  ^JimeS  For   Quick   Results   Use   Times   Adbriefs.  nnnnnniwwifflr"'^"*"*���""*1"1���11*"���***,WI  sti^cssed, and any asssistance you could  offer would certainly be appreciated.  ' The girls' softball teams will start  action....soon and here too coaches are  needed. This league will consist of 10 to  14-year old girls. Volunteers are asked  to contact Mrs. Joyce Suvegek at 886-  7264.  Please help give all the youngsters a  place on a team this spring.      s    *  i  TOTEM CLUB  Machines won't take over the world  entirely so long as we have the little  thrill that comes when we add a column  of figures and get the same total we did  the first time.  BINGO  FRIDAYS, 8:00 p.m.  INDIAN HALL  Jackpot $300  $75 TO GO  ��   *  DOOR  PRIZE *  Caledonians vs P.H. Roughriders, Gibsons 3  p.m.  DIVISION   4  Game time at 2 p.m.  Roa'cogor  Riders  vs  Timberrnen,  Madeira Park.  Totems  vs  Super-Valu,  Hackett  Park.  WEEKEND  RESULTS   Division���7,   Chessmen D   -   Ken Mar:  Bombers  2.  Division 5. &: (5, P.H. Roughriders 0--  Co-op Cougars & Roberts Creek 4 - Res.  Braves  8.  Seckelt Lanes  ON THESE FOOD VALUES  ���-by Eve Moscrip  ORV MOSCRIP,  bowling for the Sechelt  Commercials, hits  the high  this  week  3wtih  a  nice  755.  Fallow  up  was bowled  ���b^M34��*-P4H44-i|*s-wi^  Other scores include: -  ��� Mixed 10 pins, Pelle Poulson 333, Gor-  'dy McCourt ' 35.0; Lil McCourt 296, Joan  Cunningham  288.  Sechelt Commercials, Qrv Moscrip 75t>,  Sid Miles 293,^ylvia Jackson 286, Trish  Bitting 638, Johhny Bodnarek 288, Freeman Reynolds  281.  B&C, Glenn Phillips 691, Bruce Recf-  man   602,���Dianne���Anderson���2.51,; Eileen-  ] ...Kghjich. 615,  Juniors, -Graig   Raclway   304, 'Wayne  \    Phillips   302,   Terry   Rodway    371,; May  ~*~?��'%i    Pearson   258,   Mike   English   162,   Curl is  _mi^��_    Fisher 163, Garry Benner 157, Keith Rucl-  ,                                                          Poachers way. 171,  Someone_elsc besides the conseiva-    spawning channel   the ciatty swans  "liioiv oifnier is "keeping a cheek< .on "do-spot-checkb jusl outside and while  fthgerling   t r o u t at Ruby .Lake.;   Mr. Swan stands guard, Mom is busy  Thwarted in their attempt-to' pejie-   fishing,  irate the b a_r_ri e~f   protecting .the ���       ..-���--  Minister acjt. . . .  ��   H    SHORT   RIBS      FOR BRAISING. Canada Choice, Canada Good ���..J lb.  5P     1  I     WIENERS  Bulk, Government Inspected  lb.  mandatory, as of April 1st.  CITING growing public coneorn over tho    hunter.  .,.,.,,�����,uUo|j;ud-w  Hun, W, K, Kiornnn, MlnlHlor of Rocrou-     los.s   una  of   l'lroimii,",  mainly   by   young  Hon aijd CoiiHorvalion, foduy  announced     people  iiocokhIW.Ioh ii lleoncio  lo carry  a  Hint an of April I ll"will bo manclalory to     firo!'irnv(Unlveraily'of ViclqrKr Inclclont).   have a licence Iu cany I'lroarmfl. '   (;i)' P()1[l,0 rf)R,0H im(, wllHUM.v���,|un of.  The   Minister   niiirl   ho   cxiwctecl   that  '  i^eris nimble Iu lako action agaln.st ctiVo-  bonol'itH ol llio now procedure! would In-     iQHH  RU���  eurrlort,  unlony  thoy  aru  hunt-  clude gn-ater mildy  hocuiu,o thu k)(j.idu-     i���K< Court will nuNy hu nM,o to cancel a  .-���tl.QU-\y��ul<l-.o.nuh]U-mp.|u-Qr^ |ii'p�����  oducatlim. ami wnlnil  of- guil' liandllriH,: ,;Vbnt  t)ml7).K.rriuu  I ruin cfiriwlng .a  gini  The new  lli-onoo will ho refill ll'tid by    .until hlfi ,lK'un��o    In rolniili.U)    I'lilluwlnj',   anyone curry Ui|,'.(|���iimirm nut ol'.luVuwn lluulcr 'lYalnlnH -uxnmliMUoir '"   ���limni,; unlPfir,  Unit   porsnn, int iilrciuly  in; ,      00 Wc��|ii��nlod-by U.C. WlUUiru Kcduru-  |-)ui.i.ciii.i(iii of ji nim.nl  lumliiiK  1U,').u,ij,:;  ul,,, ,;n(| miinoi'inm cHI/,oiih,   K������l��lU.nii- an. pruvldud. fur. indtvldiuUn .��� .(|J) Wo will bo flral pWivJnco In Caiv-  carrying IH'oaniwi un lliolr own proporty.     ,���,���  vmxMlXtt ���  |llHm,(,  ���, carry*!.. fh-Q-  .���*,:ln lho pi,uoohH.,ul  uinvln/;li(Hii.al��old,,wl>������������.,,,,,,,,.',...,,.... '   .,.,....���. .,, , .,,..,��� .���,,;..!.;.��� ,:..  forth, and Cor iiuivroHldontH triivolHnK in ' "f     'tti',^:   .   ,"  t"'"'m���^,��i-r-r-i���'���������"���  _^Ui,,t,,u:,,,.,vWlvUM^.l.M.-|llM.ivhKltit-|Tjgh'\\W Hl"  Th.' Ivo lur lho 1Uhi|iV�� will bu IpT, portthu now Hronrnm   loonoo which aim.  - ���"�����;'���"-���������.���'.-; ���'-     ,   'T ������.���"���. f-���'.���"'   ,7"" -npplloH' lo llionv In oi'dor that ll can "hi!  Mr   K or...... ml.��d Urn   th�� H��un��.      ���   )1Ujd   ���n,rol.n,,y  ,������,   ,(mv���   ������,���,���������..  inn will ho nl InrllvlthialH ralhqr Uian ol     ^J,',^ ,.(���, ,,���,.���������'��� lu ���v���i(| \my\Uii ��� hrii-  ^p!  AXE  HAN^ES  tIBEERT  Imported No.  &MWUJAWMrjffJJfff^^^  mr^ ^__wm&LmM7i: ^^^^^_^^^^^:i^MM_f07 'J_wmB_v__fw_:i;jg  PON'T FORGET  To Got Your    mWNMOWERS^NE  ~"     " OUTBOARDS  OVERHAULED .  .  .  *. 1 |      r  i���   m, ���-. - f�� ^i  .  ���*>*����� 4 WU IM,-^e(,  lion tu ,.��H|���|W ��r��....irtHI-4nii nillmr tu    fm^��J^'r1olnlnrnniriirTl��ihr  {11,l(l ' .    ' urniH  n.glHlrallon wlilcli    Ih Inoii'ocllvo,  ������wrar/Wr- ' ! '���c0l'Ll.Y-^o-**lndildHl<ji^atHlr��'��)rnpki1ely-'tni~"''  JJACKCuiiOUNl)        ., ino<!OHHinr.vi I'or nporllnn rlNwi and hIioIjiiuhi.  (1) Old Kli'carihii Uccncu nbi/llidlcd In' ' PIhIuJh "lUul maclilim /Iuiih niiitil bo i'ouIhI-  lliil'l bncuiiiK! II wim In offocl a hunt I nft oi'dd now wlth'llm UCM1' Ihrouuh tlm  llci'iico   ($���!), which   p(Huu'lw)d   Iho'non-     locid pollco forcum.  CHAIN  SAWS  from the  CHAIN SAW CENTRE   CowrnTStSioVSocKolt   Phone 885-9620  LUNCHEON  TOM^IC��::JiJi<!E  "TISSUE  uppr Soft, 4 s  w4*W4$F��*��rt*^^  c  Cqmtiiidgo;  1 lb. packages  ��� ��''itifiSHSjmUSS*''**i*\ffin$7ti'R'it��� ii'��  COOKIES  "����Mi�����*fl!t��w��H����"��  ,J��yvvrpwrifVVW���>,wvw, Ti^f��>|i>KyfW1if1wriw��r  OTM����^��*��W��ft��*<*li>M*Wl)t  No Cents  wtA^^^  |����Mt��4<|p ,���)����,,��,���  In Waiting  "i���r  \l'.. ,!..  I* 't,l��iM<��  i)     , -v   i  mmmk^i  Clqssified  7. ��� ���   ',  Mako^Your^  Money 8  Ask for this booklet from pu|r representative,   MRrTv W. GRAHAM -~~  ���*���-���Hw\/hO'wlilli3Q"airJ";���  i      ,'    i  ,  , .1  .     Bella Beach Motel, Socholt  10 a,m.-l p.m. TlHiridoy, March 23  2 p.rn.��6 p,m, Thursday, March 83   ',  If you roqulro n torm lonn to start,  modOfnUQoroxpapUyourbuuln6aa������  wolnvitojpji\o^J|cu9Q.y,qMrj'oodo,  with our roproaontfltlva.  sNtsM^^wW' Bn !**��**>  FLOUR  ���"������"Flyo-Rososi-rsr  OIL  11*99}  ���^" 4Wyft^1Wi *���9r  "mm ^ ^.nlwWtm^fi.  ...��  I Itl  ion��  BMIINDUSTRIAL  DmOPmHTBANK  .TciiM rtriANciiiiQ ron ^nadiAN Bbsiitcssca  >mwiMi>nttN*<^'ii'  Mq^oIq, 32 ox,  SPORTCOtA  Unarms ,| UrH^.^>.  . ,  I  I" I     !'  "*"ICAnAI\IA**"r ""f"? '"7' ��� '������"-' 1 "i" ! '���, "'iii"  HVr^P-^^TklH*-*   . ��� . < ... . .. ... ��� . ��� .......... ..   i.,,,,,,,,,,,,, .in.ininlU,  ... i    ,-,  i . , . i ��� ���     r  EFFECTIVE MARCH 23l 24 and 25  ^<��^i#^WWBitf^^^  ". ',"t.y_i\'7y.tiy;i\;'";., ,t^,!,^,  -"��� ?;  ��,    ii'*H��l    W'^^'l   ���rv  mm.  ���'��^^^��44,^4.,I"l����4-4.������^��^^ W4��4Ww,,.,^^    ^^444^44.'    I   >*  J   I* '^^~l,  ,1,   l.t'l  4    t    '      .   ,'i ; ' f ' ^^       4j    ,     ,  , ,     j*.h "'    .4^  Sechelt Super Market  , ,..��� .._ ,_,   t  .. ... .1.,.,,, .......*��_!_....���_.^ ,��� W *tw 'J . .*   ���.     .i,.u,.j..i,' _"_ !7V!.'" .: ...��.'...!.,,..  ������v". ra����. ra.,.-U��  wiy��4��    TffV / ' ''  ^ 'iiCowrHo Stroot, Sochelt +*'"���>>���"}-  Phono 886-9416  ,*^*mm>m^_,mrii'<  ��H*w��M����.*|(W5t��i~**n I  I '  ��i?tft>^ wj^M^^p**^*--^  . V    *    4-   .-  i-V*(i~i.'y     .    y   ,4.4.   ..?,--!p<t^%l_$mL_  V  eninsula i*meb  Section B  Wednesday, March 2\ 1972  ���������tt'es'.   -inaii an jji'aphiCx Indus&r;'  2 u��t ire g t,   o t r? -.n v-e . ., . -  / Vanco'uver   i'^7 3,.. C. 4, '  .    .'   7      '    Service  Restrict tourism . . .  j Pages 1-8   guuiuiuuiiiiniiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiiiiiuiiiiiuiiiuiiui  B ERNIE'S  Move for stringent zoning  by Fender ratepayer group  PENDER Harbour which faces a great  future as "a "tourist mecca could, if  some ratepayers have their waji, face a  major setback with implimentation of  extremely  restrictive  zoning., regulations.  PppVlpv Harhnnr ratepayers previously  "made a  strong  stand  againsl7zomag_re-  gulalions and as a consequence that area  was   almost   completely   excluded   from  Regional zoning and planning when taken  _"ii as a function hy the Regional Board.  "this is a campaign by a small group  who would appear to be using the ratepayers to suit they' own purposes'. Some- B  of the most vociferous are opposed tot _  prQgr.ess__y��l. 7hav��j_done extremely well  from selling property at a high price to  people who seek progress".  ~frt-i6���understood���t-hat-  planner,   Ed   Cuylits,   has   been  asked   lo  attend   the   meeting   to  conduct   the  discussions on the zoniffg bylaw.  SUPERMARKET LTD.  formerly; E&M  Complete   Line   of   Gifts, f  Groceries, Novelties  OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK   , 9:00 a.m. ��� lO-.-00-prtifh-���  Pot Shqjqgqn,  Very  Latest  Keeping pace with advances in med-    their part in raising funds to ensure anaesthetic machine works from Dr.  ical science, equipment is becoming    that local hospitals are well equipped. Gerring during the recent day of ap-  more complex and expensive which    Hoping they may never have to use preciation held to honor local hospital  is where Hospital Auxiliaries   play    it, Auxiliary members learn how the auxiliaries.:_..       .  So ineffectual was zoning in Area A that  tho Highways Department strongly criticized the arrangement, pointing out that  ii(i  planning  at  all  is  better   than  some  planning.  Letter circulated to ratepayers of the  area last week, signed by J. H. Tyner as  secretary of the Pender Harbour and  District Ratepayer's Association, called a  meeting for last Sunday in order to discuss future zoning and planning.  Agenda called for discussion of the  matter, of changes in the zoning bylaw.  Because of the proposed construction of  an apartment block and marina complex  on the Francis Peninsula and the impact  of such a development upon the, environ-  -~j.B^trt--a'nd-->'otii-"-wayjof^���ilife*1nf*^rlmyed~to-  Hwy 101  iinmii  Phone 885-9414  imnmimnmiiimim?  is your Tamiiy living in  cramped quarters?  continue.   Also   the   fact   that   a   request  lias  been   made   for  certain   changes   in '  ���'llio zoning bylaw, the-AdviSory Committee ' offered .the  following  suggestion:  (A) That     all   high-rise     apartment  blocks and  condominiums  be  prohibited,  in the area.  ���   --  (B) That in the'area of .Bargain Har-  bour and Peftdey-JH-arkour, motpls, ti:ailpr  courts and campsites be.restricted to areas  removed from  the waterfront.  And  that  no   further -motelsi   trailer-   courts���and   campsites be permitted along the waterfront of Pender Harbour and Bargain  Harbour.  (C) That a limit be placed upon the  ���gfee-of- privately-operated- marinas.  move into your own family-sized  westwood home tliis^pring���  "Wgstwood homesju^JDuiJlJrLsections instead of by old-fashioned  cut-and-fTfmethods. Jhey reduce on-site7a6oT^rTtl~"5ave^weeks-  in_b.uilding.time, If...yq.u are putting.up,.withiSMM{?^-^-hP.|ul?-in9��.-  see us today, Chances are you can build a Westwood home  tailored to your needs at a cost comparable to your present rent.  And it will be a modern, skillfully-designed home, containing  every^ appointment you have-always wantec   (D) That the area-from Wood Bay to  Bargain Harbour  be designated residen  tial.  Prior  to   the  meeting  many  business  people in the area were expressing am  ���aienrenlrnsrTtIe--pr6^eHr^riurtaiiim  _ tailing  such commercial ..development in an area  which depends upon tourism.  One   resort   owner     told   the   Times  new low cost suburban homes  "The Sorrento", shown above, has 1172 sq. ft., three bedrooms  and room for expansion in the basement. It is one of 17 Subur-  ���������bart-lromes-ftesigned-ta-bri^  average family. For full details see' us today..No obligation.  u  Equipment demonstration  provided for Auxiliaries  Priceless  When a Daby's life is in the balance,  this portable Isolette is priceless  Mr Brian Young, R N explains to  Auxiliary members the importance  of "this :un.itwhen- transferring an a]\.  ing^antepj^^  This is a $3 SPOT!  (Less when on contract)  Your advertising  in  this  space will  reach  neorly   2,500   homes lover  9,000   people):  . ���._   _..__���   Vaiv*<Si^tv;'~��,'n'si'i.4ni:!i,:::.1<��  economical ,yyay to  FINANCING  AVAILABLE  You can have a Wes'wood home  built, or you can build it yourself  -toany stage of completion. Either  way, you can finance it through our  versatile mortgage program. Funds  .available for any area.  reach more Sunshine Coost pe0^le^ecqu|e  Times ads go into more homes than any  other  newspaper   produced   in   this" area.  . The Times  885-9654 (Sochelt)i~Tir886i2121i(Gib$6ns)i  \��_____i_i__l  (WSTIJVOOD HOOIES  V'  75!..  ..1,  .,  FROESE  BROS.  COINISTRMCTIOW  -GibsonVtMn^ing2-^^  BimeJOjm^i^ik  ^  ^questions answered  QlJESTlGNrln^  ing to date there has been no mention  ��ry  A3 A.token of appicoiaton ior the sup- coffee accompanied by very deUcious and  port  und  continued  assistance   given dainty refreshments prepared by the hos-  by tlie six auxiliariesItb'SU^ ,      " '  '. ���    , '  pltal,  the Board of Trustees  hosted an THANit you   ��� &ffib,A^ 1,,(i4Spealdng,on.behalf,,of1,the,lBoard of ^the, keeping ���of .the Ten  Command-  S3 ?S       J P 7' ��� Trustees, Chairman Don Douglas thanked    ments. Are we not obliged to keep"Mem? l"  ^ A      ''/'VV   �����"    1 ./    *   .1'      the members for purchase of equipment Answer: This^^ j�� ^gogd..questi0n,���one;,..   Mrs. 7Virginia  Douglas-, -wlto-oi���the- --^cruxe��� time spent" olTlUeiir'man'y Tuncf which   llio   apostle   Paul's -countrymen  cjudrman- pf; the .Board of Trustees, Mr i-ateing projeats  Without the help' of the--��slied���the same question which the ap-  '     '' ��� ���      ... -.-j   -.-..-  ..���- -'^jhj^jipt^  "'"nre'noi'"*  such a won equipped hospital. uncipr mo law, mu unaer grace1', (Rom, ���*���  '������" Mr,' Douglas' l^Todttecd Mrs;:'j:%; Be,> .Oil^^alnrhv thq^letterto^ tho^ebn^s  niq,   Regional    Representative    for   the    ��!l0! "For the law made n,othlng perfect,  Lower Mainland B.C.II,A, Division, Mrs,  .cnwrman-oivU��Q..floara..pi. uusices.mi raising, projeats: Without the help' of the��� asked-tho same question which t  w< Dpn^puglas, ^a^ 0 licla^hjw  afternoon  tmd  all board  members  pro-    ^j       u        w     t bQ po^Mli lo huve    have ...dominion over you: for ye t  sent, .partielpoted in the, afternoon's pro-   .B��ch B WQu equipped hospital under tho'law, but under grace",  m?  w����������������MM>��iw����iwi������iw��^i��n����iiitwwMy������i��MWi��i��^^  ceodlngs..  Eighty auxiliary members signed the  guest book, before being escorted to the  now wing on lho hospital where oquh>    ���.,,���.       ,,  ,. ��� .        ol  ment .was  domohHU'flVsd.. .QlbBgna,  Port    B<��Me '����ld u lB mosl ovldc,nt ll,lU Sl  but tho bringing In of a bettor hope  did: by tho which w.u draw nigh unto  Cod," The -failure to differentiate, between  Mellon;  ��n*,,Itopo^  lowd at j  p.m. by auxiliary  members    fflftH    f   �� ]   a d�����^  ?�� ' ^      nitide for the whole world to Include Gen--  ��WM��WNWUIIUWUUIIVHUUHHIIH��UVW��y��UWVH|iW��Uini^  ur  from' SocheU, Halfmoon Bay and Pender  Harbour,..  '   Mr, Brian Young  valuo and use of  for transporting  HUxI'llitrloM are not so fortunate, all boards  also nyo. nlit so fortunate,  tiles under lho now Is tho cause of much  rellgloua-confuslon.^QuQting -from. Galat-  wo'hoai" Paul ��� teaching1 his  "But before tho faith camo,   ���,.. under the law, shut up unto  .copblnod'auxiliaries donate bo-    lho mh w|llch H|��ould.afterwards bo ro-    , ,,,,,, ;|W*-l420,0p0xpoji-you>:.Iouahe^purr^,v^  iKmlon lt,N. .    - . 9N.9,,��'' medlcaUpqulpment. pastor (tutor) to' bring us unto Christ,,  i\',Pr. David Qarrlng U?ok  lima out, to  ; ��� lhat wo might bo justified by Iho'fallh,  ' bxliliiln the liilrlclulbs (ir.iir'a  fnllh'in 'come, wo are J  machine and a new typo of rosplramoter, v'ter'U K'raduallont, front high'school:, "My,   n�� longer under a school master", Tho  ..The ' Physiotherapy   room   had   been ^hufjbnhd wanted to give her, a Cadillac,    Jowh. wore aoouflocl by.Iholr,follow eoVnU  transformodninto  a dollgllliul loa-vooma ���bulii| told itlmlhal. .waTnTway to buDd   VyniitTTSlophpn; 'Wh(rhftvo^T6cOI^Qd*flliQ  tho'pprtable Isolette .HWd, *JuJi;M                                    l0 lho    follow Jews:, "I  Infant^ when thoy Uvo    *'*PP of vlnHois, wo woro kept u;  liospltal, Tho Cardiac A��'-,. X-M%_ ^]i[mAn ��uxl1llnrlo�� ,(lon��lp be-    lho mh w|llch  IqmoTftratod-'-by^Mrsr-I^'W^feF  to boru^hodU) hospital, Tho Cardiac 7^r-  "���liPH t'^ai't'^rwa^ ^domprnrtratod^-by-""  ,tw A whore' ,boi\rd  momlwrn, served : ton 'ahd ;^ohjlraetpr:!so wo gave hor a 'ChovmlP-��'.lr.��^w,,by the, disposition of angpls, and have  ^WfiMlifimWMl^ known to all what sin Is, "til., wo know  DIRK'S  MARIONETTES  Tho Sunshlno Coqst Arts Council, Is prosontlng'DIRK'S MARIONETTES  WJJ*.  H-  "CARWAirOtfTHB~ANimKS"m  "' '   *;"S6r:i6l music of il St.' Scions'   '" ,'  TWILIGHT THEATRE, G|BSONS  M,lb&i  ���*#kfl*y*ft4Hrfft^^Hj*Mw)to^ ^| %fKSW��  .Ihid,, what,, things soever, tho law 1���sallh,>  ,11, sallh to thorn who aro under lho lawi  Uin), ovury mouth may bo s.ldppcd, and  ,   a   all thu world may bocomo, guilty before  ' "' g aod," (,Rom, 3:10)" . V i-,'for by the works  I  s;    Adults $1,00  Students: under 12 years 50c  "or*,tho"law*'flhnil*no*'fle.sh*bo'rju.stified,"-  (C3al, iiilll), In rcnidlniMluj Ulblo.bo suru  to (llHllngu)iih botwoontho ago of tho  palrlarchsjlho' Mosaic ago,.and, tho final..  ,      '��^QloC.ihQr��oMnBUu?^aJiLPJir?p.t!lS^JL }Q  1^S"^llOyy"'tliysol^nppiHivndMuitt7-Ctndpanvoii?-���'-|  o, hiit'n .that' iwdo'th not to ho ashamod,  ' S" rightly dividing lho word of truth," ��  "-^   Timothy 2��mv   -  ommimi  Sponsored by fhe Sunshine Coast Lions Clubs to make a friendly community more  friendly. It's going to be better than ever. Know what's happening. School dates?  Who meets? The meetings of soda/ functions-Organizations yvi/f be printed on the  date>they^wilLbe^Meld.^W  IJ^tiiiAiiirt^He MifM'ii!-  ^MA*na(i��is*��i-:,!W!(����i *SW(WN  There will be advertisements of ouMocqI business,  firms on the cqlenclar-Many of tjjiem will be offering GIFTS and DISCOUNTS to people whoso  names appear on the Calendar. You'll get the  price of your, Calendar back many times oyer.  During the week of April  1 Oth, 1972 a Dpns  Memberor^^^ Helperwill, bQ,c'alllngiqt your, home;,,,,  please fill out information below and present to  Canvasser with cheque or money. The price is  only $2.00 and all profits go to your Community  , 1ProJect;si.Jl.by cjhance your homo Is missed or If  any questions H^IQ^^  885-2335 ,or 885-95447 '  ^i.iiffimfriii'p-m'wi.i. JVtfiifJ  iifi);  ���i-i* ^Jf^^wi.lA^'ilt'iftt-nlt^���* t|w|^itt��t^(i��'tii^H|i>t^"^-MiMiyAj^t>t<M>^Mt.M<��^f^MfwUi^*M  OPENING  S* ^fflwWBiM^' ^BWH ^^J________m_m_\ *'W__\ l'm^m^^^Mk^m'^*  Priiiie Rib Roast  and   Tossed Green Salad +���mmmmmJmm\  "mm>1^ lRBgm7m ^ ^  i . .  < ,,-4 .   *.,*,ll_,,    I,    >-. ,,   ,     ,    ,.,,r ���,t ., r,,,r      fM  ^  SunsbinoCoQsti highway,  Socholt  f   yh  cJLc  'Im  ^Cabaret Opening ,to be AnnouncQ(t  l*)^��f�������!*����   ilfi��  II       |l    >.  t* W t.\.   *^*.�� fiHj^Kii.*     .  ounff#:T  it^_mm'iM^'*m^tm��wm<m  |ll^)lt^B>^^<��w#a#l|B)fe��i| itntwa#ais��fi��|. w", nt tawfli^^nm )mw(i*i*-1;j''  rn,yi\  W  Hi,"11       ii      i     i   i     ��� ���   \i i' i    ��� "  ' 77 '7 v^r i  , *'ixr  J��-t    *jt��  HI iJllllf^J  .     i  .     ,'   ���    .',\'i'     is/      ���'  ���     .;. '.^'. .'''���   ��'. i.'i   ,. A- "�� * ���   ������!'"'     7'7, '>'���:������' '7 -Vt  ���i, i,, lyii'flfHortiy li>i*t,v *!��>.ij"H< ,.....*�����.���,���,.,,  ,.i .,      ^ ,_   ,, ,    ,,   ., ���,f',\ ,.,,,',.,,,, .4llUl�����, 7 s ,.1,4,(1,,,7,,i,. , ,������..  *.' .' t*�� N\  PageWl  ^Wednesday, Morch 22, 1972  TKTPenMisula-Tfmes   AtWi^ldliie^Httkr^  Around Gibsons  ���by Marion Chapman, 886-9862  AT TIfEx home' of "Mrs. Gail Smith  with  -.. ^.,:. ...p ^..i y.    Btr^tetrheirrrer    as    co-  (1vU'-s mi Wednesday evening last week  ii c-pcciully  lovely surprise showerxwas  cfil Im  Iiuby Michelle Laureen who was  present   ut   the* pari)'   with   her   mother  Mrs.MUumda  Beeman.  Gills were presented from a most  attractive container cleverly fashioned in  i lie form of a doll buggy and prettily  grimuied with crepe paper in shades of  pink, green and yello.w.'"The guest of  Imnm: was seated in a decorated chair.  Daffodils   graced,  the  rooms.  Attending were Mrs. Watson and Mrs.  Beeman. Miss Cianna Watson, Miss Vicki  Beeman, Mrs. Terri Delong, Mrs. Mai-jorie  Leslie, Mrs. Margaret Smith, Mrs. Betty  Holland,  Mrs. Verna Sim and Mrs.  Can-  will be hotctliere ��pri37&  FO^TTinrsecbnd" yea  of the Gibsons  instructors for  in  a "row, members-  as  Wildlife Club will act  he government hunter  men Dickson. n '  Unable  to  attend  but  sending a   gift*  was   Mrs.   Mapy   Solnik:   Delectable   refreshments were served.  George and Lil Hopkins of Roberts  Creek enjoyed a two-week vacation in  Hawaii.  Welcome to the community. Sid and  Margaret Campbell from Vancouver who  are  now, residents  of  Roberts  Creek.  ' Mr. artd Mrs. Steve Williams and five  young daughters, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Lane  and Mr. and Mrs. MacDonnell have moved  to the Nanaimo area.  Mr.-and Mrs. Bill Wright enjoyed a  week's vacation  in" Nevada.  Mrs. Frank Bailey and Mrs. Keith  Wright had perfect weather for their 17-  day holiday in Hawaii. They toured the  Island of Oahu, seeing many interesting^  kidiBg~^ea_Lif��7Panrkr"0aisy  ���frBd-Bot rea41y-eojoyid the magnificence,  training course,"which will take place at  the local clubrooms from April 3 to  April "8.    '        -.,...     .: __   Although official word has not yet  been received, it is expected that" mainland hunters between the ages .'of 14  and 18 will have to take a. compulsory  course such as that offered here, probably.,  after September 31, In addition,, hunters  of any age who have not had a B.C.  hunter's licence during the previous year  will probably have to take the same  course.  -Ihe-^dea is being-tried on Vancouver  Island effective April 1. A Voluntary1 program has already been set-up throughout the province but bnly hunters ^caught  breaking  wildlife and firearms  laws are  -nTrrenlly"TorrrpeHed���te���take it.   ' The program consists of written an<|  oral examinations and includes game  management rules and regulations, wildlife act, forest fire prevention, fit-st-aid.  und, according to a spokesman for the  local group, "a small amount on Thl7  handling and operations of firearms.'"'  Aid interested persons are invited; to  take in the-local course, and applications  should   be   in���before   March  31.   The  20  ...-hours' at ..-instruction   will._cost_.$7I5Ci.... If  the course is.taken now, it won't have to  betaken again once the program becomes  compulsory.  Members of the .Gibsons Wildlife Club  who are acting as instructors for the  training prog-ram are Austin and Mrs.  "Moorcroft: Bud  and  Mrsr Jones,   Gcovgt=  and  niay-  Ruggles'-Don Head, Morris Nygreh  Dennis Herie. Further information''  be obtained^by calMng 886-9836.  B.C. born Raymond Burr, TV star of  Ironside, the story of a handicapped  police chief, is also the star of a  new series of Workmen's Compensa-  -_v_.....i...^    "^Vaniciou!ver"'Celeb"ri'ty'    -->-^���.-���������  tion Board television and radio messages on hiring handicapped workers. In appreciation of his coopera  tion Cyril White, Q.C.  the WCB presents Mr.  set of cuff links.  Chairman of  Burr with a  On school financing  Government confusing public  claims Teachers Association  of   Haiwaii,   with   its   gorgeous    beaches'  and scenery.  Rlake and Dorothy Alderson, who  moved on March 18 to make their home  in Vancouver were honored at,the Coast  Inn when a dinner party was held on  the Saturday evening prior to their de^  part u re.  Present were Lome and Amy Blain,  Bill and Helen Weinhandl, Jill Hill, Dick  and Irene Rottluff, Lloyd and Maureen  "Partridge, Dave Farwcll, Art and Jean  Craze, and Gordy and Francie MacDoug-  all. Invited but unable to attend were  Gerry  and Joan Covey.  The guests were presented with to  large, beautiful brass plaques.  At the home of Mf. and Mrs. Stephen  _Holland there were five candles -on the  ius_  GIBSONS MARINE  AND INDUSTRIAL (1972) LTD.  SUNSHIN* COAST HIGHWAY  Box 397 '   Ptione 886-7411  "COMPLETE AUTOMOTIVE REPAIRS"  TOM  SHELDON, LICENSED  MECHANIC  MUOW^M-IHffY-^^ AUTOMOTIVE SERVICES  OIL\CHANGES, ETC  HEAVY DUTY MECHANIC  ENGINE-REPAIRS  TUNE-UPS, ETC.  WHOLESALE AND RETAILfe- GL^SS AND MIRRORS CUT TO SIZE  Specializing  cake   when   son   Jimmv   eelehratfTT  THE S0C1AL Credit government of B\C.  has been deliberately confusing the  public on school financing and is trying  to create _a_rifj betWPPn...:-the" public -an>eU  School system' claims the Sechelt Teachers'  Association in a statement issued Friday.'  '__.... The   following    is   the    text    of   the  release: "The government is foisting the  following   "sugggestions-"   on   the   public.  Educational   costs   will   bankrupt   the  government.jLn_10_years,  Schoolboaxds..  are running wild on administration costs.  There  is  a   "taxpayers'   revolt"   building  up against school-costs. A closer examina-  ,.UQn7ndicat,es,5there has-been .some distqr-,  tion of the facts by the government.  ��. A JSlementary and secondary education  'cpsts are, in fact, a declining proportion  of   th��   provincial   government   revenue.  "Tliey"1   I^ave "fallen from 23.2  1962-63  to  19.7  per cent  in  per cent  1971-72-.'  in  the public, so much for so little. Next  time' you hear Mr. Bennett or his ministers talking about the high costs of  e(l��uQaticinJ.j.psJg_s.in^.t.bis littje^ditty: P.rdy  a .penny-A day is all you ftayTL. ,   ,.   .%    ���: ��� %* :.   : ������ ���    ������   '   I  Our prayers are answered  not when  we are given what we ask but when we  ���TlTa'lrIenged"to':"bfe-'Whati we".,niah'.",be"."'  birthday   as   his   friends   joined   in   the  fun of a very happy party.  Mrs. George T. Smith from West Vancouver visited Mrs. George E. Webb and  other friends there. Mrs. W. Keen was  a luncheon hostess for Mrs. Smith on Friday.  Coast-Garibaldi Health  hdld meeting here today  THE  COAST-Garibaldi Union Board  of  v<. <   HealthV'WH^holdvsan-. important <?meet>  in   __  Aluminum  Vvmaows  7#nd  Moors  OPEN FOR RETAIL SALES SATURDAYS  ^OiMfcEHAT  1779 Wyngaert Road, Gibsons  Phone 886-7359  -ing-i  rarer  -at���the Hea  (Wednesday) at 11:15 a.m. 7 7  All   interested   persons  are  urged   to  attend,  as a  new  chairman will  be  ei-  TmetJT-tfirweir^ "  CASH  NEED FISHING  OR HUNTING  EQUIPMENT?  WE  AT  IT  SALES  (1971)  LTD.  886-9303 Gibsons  School board's administration costs are  ^ less-than..fiv.e_per cent of the total operating budget for the school system. One  can hardly, improve on such an insignificant figure. ---.  -���-""  Evidence indicates that a "taxpayers'  revolt" against the school system is a  myth created by the Socred Government.  ���'vFor-example,.^of4h^?5^schoQl^iaiilifi.t.a..:la.-  B.C. whose budgets exceeded the government limit, only nine received petitions  for. an operation referendum, .This 'hardly  suggests  a   "taxpayers'   revolt",  The fact is that out-of-pocket payments rbj>; hpmeowners for school costs  amount lo only pennies a day, and, per-  "hti psTlf "ni a"jo' r i t'y" pa y'li olicliod Ft nxlni' "a 117  Tho provincial homo-owner's grant h  first applied to school taxes with any ox-  tni going to municipal taxos, Lus.1 tho  Ki'iint covered almost all tho residential  school taxes paid In B,C, For cjcamplo,  opurallng expenses for B.C. school cUh-  -4trlolH-lolHlled-$332-milUonr-Aftci' deduct--!-  Ing the ainonrit ol' the-homo-ownerrgi'Unt-r  ncl the share paid by Industrial and  ummoi'clal proportion all that was loft to  conio.l'roinJhQ,,ppt,kela,pf,rosldcntlal pro"-,  porty-ownoi's was ,1>7,f) million, or two par  com of the cnHi,Q..Md��Ql..T��..bclim-llila-  o nn ovon finer point, tki $7,1) mlllloh  breaks down to only a penny  every resident of li.C,  The Socholt Teachers* Afiaoalallon  (BCTF)i feels that tho ratepayers rccog-  hlzo that no othor in vostmont* givenyou,'  F.R. P. SEPTIC TANKS  MANUFACTURERS OF FIBBITItOtl PIHHHiaS  Fibreglass septic tanks are light  (140 lbs.) - easy to handle.  AVAILABLE AT YOUR LOCAL  -j.  ly  Supply Companies qr  Septic Taeik Contractors  Gibsons  W0W714O.95  1-17" B.W. Port. Reg. 219.95 ,  NOW 1TO.B5  2-9" Pprtable B.W., AC - DC. Built in Battery. Great for  Camper or Boat. Reg   189.95   NOW 149.95  2 STEREO SETS Reg, 119t9iB.V.. ......,���  With 2x7 Speakers  DOUG'S APPLIANCES  fmmr  wwWi1"  WESTFAIR PRODUCTS  REALLYARE  BETTER  ... .VALUE   -  "&7iy"~Wwffa|r and 'enter our CCM"  10 speed biko contoit. Entor at of ton  at yoM like���oach entry form mn��t  havo  5   Woitfalr  product  labolt  at"  tached,   Cloilng date  Sat,, April   17  ^nm^mmifM-r..:;*^'^ ��9 ^;  Broad and Butter,  ������,.H.J5l.n*#.f.15..oK...jar.�����..  29  : Jolly~PovTdcrsr"  Asst. Ha yours .  3 for mSf  WESTFAIR ASSOqiATET, GIBSONS  :^KE��M!XES-  Duncan Hinc��,  ��^��w#Wtf<w^w#pi^^.iw��wtw.j��  \   How Lomonado Crystals,     ,Ma^n  v.-  MARGARINE""  "Bolfror'   r"  ""'  V.     T""'"'  Fronth Maid,  ROAST  i  99*  DOG or CAT FOOB  |    R^yer, a ���,, *||c  i  MMQN DETERGENT  Gontlo Giant, , .   Og|i(  I    T*.   "*t*    ,,.,,...,,i.',..ii,.h, J��.jl.��li.J' %tf 0TI "'  V  Gipyrlnfpecred  C<itiodtt*Cholccfr*"  ,     IM ,1  * t ' ' (  IWHlii^llWMI|IWlWII)l^Blwm��IMPW^^  Canada' Good,���. .,...,,  LB.  >    P       ,      . ,.,'.) >'..,, 4 4  ,mmifmmm  frp��H _�����&��  ground Tl;'/.^rzriK" PJF  COTTAGE ROLL  4-5' lb.' avo, '',\'<P;r',.'i.:v.P.J lb." WW'.  SECRETrSOPER^DRTT  ApH Porspirant,        ..      <i    figfe  MWfMHjfa*  i^^*W.ysmi  TAOTUDACTR  ' Crest,    ���         ���    ���  59a  -mm?   ^9ir f  ,;..r,  l��^BWWp%>.^>��lilwJ��i'ftlWW>'l��l>l��ll'*W��l'IW*  m^mmA.  , I j .... .1  44> '      I        i II  ���� ',   I  I Aili..*n i����w*W��*,ift1'J,W ' <|  Wl*4WWW4*44^l.��ft.4gf '444^. taWWWWWWH.  , (    ��1t,^^lMM���1���*��^^,������*^1���'       ... iM  ���^^_ , ��� >,. ' 7      * ,V-    . .,7������J  'i',*,      v ��� '       ,i i      ' .        "        'I, '  CRISCO OIL  38 oil " ��� - tM-.  * CABBAGE  ���"ONIONS-  I"  " ,   '        4      I,1  Mfld. Grado  .,  i  ^|H or Match ....^  lbs. &J)  GRAPEFRUIT  Florida, ^ Mghgt  ... |.,  FLOUR 5 Roses  ���I. ' I   ,  t  'I    'I   I'd'l  I  'm' > i"  J'7  lltu  �����),.M��� ��,(1|.| ,,1,  ,f  ,,,Jl.cjl|.  I I. " I'I,  Kt  ^ ,..,.���.��, .J.,,- l.'ii,ii ii,.'  .. 1(9,  f i   A.    '.Mil  l  (r,  .<^��*iii".i>i  t'l'^'W Cl'HI"'!)'.'/'"''i'n'tli,(l,'fS'i V,f,.ii,n��|'T" *' f'iri'J*yn��h ����i," (�� i i   .,.��n,.  ���^    44 4 4   4fl.  ���1-11 If,    I- Wednesday, Marck-22, X91Z_     The Peninsula Times  Page B-3  /^vl'V'Vv'''''^'^^^ '**v  Want representation . . .  oyer regional district move  GIBSONS village council, and particular-   _ omitting us."  ly Aldermen Ted Hume, made it quite " - - ���  clear at the last .regular meeting of the  group that they 'are totally unhappy with  regional board-chairman Harry Almond's  recommendations action to reinQve Mayor  Walter Peterson from the regional "plan-  Referring to a copy of a letter which  was sent to the regional district by Sechelt Mayor Ben Lang (details of the letter appear elsewhere in this issue), Mayr  or  Peterson   said,   "I   say   we've  had   the  most   experience   and   have   been   hiring  ning  committee. qualified   p:anners   to   work   along   with  Alderman  Hunrre���recommended���eotm������us-���When   told__w��_wercn't   co-operating  cil send a letter to the regional district, "       "       ~~~^    r^~~  "deploring the intentional omitting of  Gibsons council representation on the  regional   board."  "If I may interject," clerk . Dav'id  Johnston added, "it is the perrogative of  the chairman to make such decisions."  "However," Mr. .Johnston continued,  "this municipality is compelled to ��<be a  part of planning functions."  Mayor Peterson said that Gibsons is  presently participating in the regional  district right now without representation.  "We either have representation or we  don't participate/' he added.  Continued Aid. Hume, "I still feel we  should be upset with  their intentionally  it was a bit of a shock." Council agreed   -  to send  a   letter  to  the  regional  district.  Meanwhile, in other council business,  approval 'was given to move a 34-foot  house from North. Vancouver to a 47-  1'oot lot on Sargent Road in Gibsons.  Council was told tb,at building inspector  James Stewart had given his approval.  Council also decided to sponsor a  Queen candidate in conjunction with the  Sea Cavalcade. *  It was suggested that clean-up week  be held April 16 to 22, providing the proposal was accepted by Sechelt council, as  members felt it ���"'would be in the best  interests to co-ordinate the week along  with  Sechelt.  IGUR1NCS ON A LOAN TO BUY THAT NEW CAR?  ~mkme$e ^  BANK of MONTREAL OFFICERS  FRANK DAUGHERTY, Manager  GRAHAM MAYHEW, Asst. Manager  BOB AUDET, Accountant  HERE ARE THE FACTSi  TO THAT  lady,.|rpm ,Sea^Shelly, that.  : phoned us '��� no m'arn, Camelot -is���not-  a place where they park camels.  Elsewhere you, -will probably read a  story -of dogs running around on the  loose in both Gibsons and the outskirts.  The situation is what one (might call,  deplorable. We that live here ^.probably,  don't realize just how bad it is. But driv-  -mg-^4ett(fe--aj^mnri--Xi:nm ()n,arir> Siinrlay-  refnarks like "I have never seen, so many  dogs running around ia my life," certainly makes one think. And while we tend  to think of these stray eanines as ugly  beasts, let's not put the blame on the  poor dumb animals. Most of the-fault is  due the poor dumb, owners who don't  know enough to keep their pets in-tow.  You can be,t your boopies there are going  to be more stringent methods coming  up7 and we certainly hope'it is soon.  Running, down wildlife is bad enough but  'When it is becoming a hit and miss 4situa-  ed,,giye..u5 .a!..h.uzz at 886-212.1 and ..we...will.,*,  certainly find a place for you. Thev don't  know it yet, but ,Dick Blakeman is already considered an entry as a result of  his suggestions at the last meeting, and  Doug Cryderman has .been selected as  a result;of Dick Blakeman's offering his  name., So that makes three of us so far-,  and while we don't expect to upstage the  ___]&  in~thb  Queencuntest,   it  should���be���  7  THESE BANK OF MONTREAL LOANING Q����/JC��S  INVITE YOU TO SEE THE 7971 DATSUN SPORT  COUPE IN THE GIBSQNSrBRAN��H^LDBBY:ANDTO  4  1911 insofar as k-niQwiTO.wlMtjwr^ft^am;'  let your youngsCer^pj4l^a^l3? 8a#t��ide, T  then* that, friends, is something, efe  now about a King Neptune Contest?  That's what looms for the Sea Cavalcade",  and from reports gathered it looks like  P.s.sst Mills is responsible for gathering  up contestants. We don't expect all you  big hunks of masculine oddities toTstep  good for a few laughs. Or is that pities?  And council .is considering a clean-up  week for April 16 to 22. Drive up 7 the  North Road. There are a couple of messes  along there that we doubt if a week  would ever clean it up.  , .-And if you are wondering why some,  of those bad bumps in oiir roads haven't  been fixed properly, it is apparently because they are filled with cold mix and  until the ground is firm and settled"there  isn't much that  can  be done. Sometime  SIT DOWN WITH THEM TO DISCUSS A BANK OF  MONTREAL AUTO LOAN. "WE WANT YOU TO'GET  YOUR MOtm^&WORM^��� -  LOAN  TO REPAY  MONTHS  OF/LOAN  COST  Payments  MONTHLY  $_50Q  12  $32.31  $  44.00  $1,000  12  $ 65.62  $  88.80  flfPPO  18  $96.84  3&SK  ^bSOO^  4^  ���$44Sr26^  ^-94^44r  $1,500  24  $192.96  $  70.54  $2,000  30  $322.06  $  77.40  $2,500  36  $485.00  $  82:92  ���=*$3,000  -36-  =$#82v60=r  $90750  $3,500  36  $67900  $116.08  forward all at once but if you're interest-  in ApijiL. l^^a^em ^11 be along wjth'������  the pi^p^d9'6li|s'^a!n;d*".hppefuily the propv  lem will be ..re'etififid And-JijMAi��-rWayrr~  we do use the term doolies quite a bit  so if you arc, wondering what it means  ���while, actually, doolies are just complicated doohinkies.  And "the best thing' for water on the  linee' is   lo   give   the   lud   back   to   its  mother.  'HURRY' PONT MISS THESE SPRING SPECIALS  EASY,, EFFICIENT BANK FlNiANCING 'NOW!'  "For relief lurid  Church young people's slarve-m  sponsors to sign pledges  I .*4iy*Jli.>a#i>i-J4htfi&*J'it^'hiHf��V^  SlMJL^li^^ ,project, please phone:Miss-Barbara Val"7  ,Br��HP.s,,,.?i^!?iiL% anciuH at 88(5-2157.  Hopefully a substantial amount of  money will be raised for the Primates  World Rojlof Fund, ���.-���.������ -    ���       '���.  From the pulpit  April 1 In "order to raise money for the  ,   ^'rlmatoM World Relief Fund.  ' '"wliuUs'V^  out food? These nro some of the questions  lho young" people havo boon dotting slnco  Ihoy announced plans to hold this event.  Tho' purpose of tjointj without food Is, to  raise funds; hopefully each^student...will  obtain' sovora 1   sponsors'. >'���'��������� ���  A,s an example, If you would sponsor  someone nf 10c an hour for tho 24-hour     "I WISH I woro never born," This stato-  ,77 Iasl7your donnirwi^woWa,^  jjnfl  tho comlnfi weeks' pooplo will ho     tion, dlsappointmont and turmoil, in mo-'  sor sludunls for a specified amount per - uncommon lo say it or at least think It,  hour'.    ���               . ���            ,. . Today, I Twouldi llko to say to. yoU"-"  All those takliiK purl In this starve- '  Uiut, If bqinf? horn  lias not' Klvon' you  In  will  it�� t, h o r at SI,  Bartholomew's  '���'y-hy. Pastor Gerry Foster,  Gibsons Pentecostal Church  ..��� ��� M^MBUIjaij, ,,:   2 Door Sedan, 4 Cylinder, 4 Speed,  ���yy. . .7^��^r7^;0007Wi/es77,;717.,.,  $1750  ,'V  1970 CHEVROLET CAPRICE  2 Poor Hardtop. V-8 Aut. P.S. P.B,  Z.:,.. Radio,. _ l^iwKrTopr;^.7,iCF0^". ''mjj<)s.Z..   1.971 CHEVR01ET *um.  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In fael^'you can havo a now start In life  1 ean inako this rather odd slalumonl  on tho awthorlly ol! Clod's Won!, Jesus rfpt  only said you can ho horn hrwIu but you  must bo horn a^aln, The Apostle Paul ��� -  said; "If any ono Ih In Christ,1 ho ls a ^  ~Xi.K eroatlon, lho old has passed away,  bohold, the now Iuih ooino.  When  you  surrondiir  to ChrlHt  and  oxpprlonop a spiritual rebirth God lears  "up llVoold-ficrlpfofyotirlifo nnd'yoii'aro''"  KI veil a bi'iind now fllarU Wo niiillci' what   -  your prosonl olroumslanees you can and  must bo horn n^ahi,      ,    >��� , i  $  $93  w i  $  2495  1966 FAIRLANI500  ,...,. .:.,. ��� .i , .   ...,.,...  '^pport^odamV^^Standard:  "IMJJTACADIAHliiraW"  Coupe, 350 HP. V-8, 4 Speed, Z28  Options, Positraction,, Mags,  .���..���,: -~,.i, JStereoJ****?���*"^-'<-~rrvWwr  fcWWVWW"W*WSil1����W'  i����lsflWiet^jW(jen  i     ,  ',  i97rrapoHro  i4i*��ww��'��*��''��iww'*����>'l'li  f'-'t"'"^^)!^  OTJW��WW��S����'"����IM��WIWW��g  ,��.(,,. ,,.,,,,<..,.  ������i-fA  -'.Si-i;.-  os.  Deluxe 2 Poor, 9000 miles. Radio.    I    Flat Deck. Big 6 cyl. 4 Speed, Power  1       New tires. 1 Brakes. Positraction,  MWMiWMM^HWtaiW  |.|..ll4..^,.|l.���.rp.f^rV  I     I  1550  p*M#*te��^ W w**��j*^rt^>����jw; Wm 0ii^^my^��if<^^-iw^ifm<fm^>>>f-t  .   , |ii'IM(V|i  'lyil .im i    i  ARE YOU UNEMPLOYED!  ..A,  ���.;���.���,)! ,.f,���.,,: |  ������I n n|��M*    ,t��M��tmiil����i(PH��wf!i ..  ..., ,,   , , ^  ^*��H.ii����w��*Ml��W  ��*a��**w*^4**^,,*^'^*nJw  VISIT l0PS��PORT.N.MEUipN. LOCAL 297' OFFICE  .!.��.,,)  OPEN EVERY PAY P^CE^T SUNPAY 9:00 A.M. T.O 6;0p P.IVI.  TRADES WELCOME  FAST EASY FINANCE  M....J  I     l  I^'tiiki,!., ����!��..l..iW.in.A.j.'.il.rt..��>..^.<,��H.����l^��wi.��*.��ii<.^  7 i'   '  ''' i.      ', ',  I  ,    u   > ���  ���     ���.     I    ���    ' 7'  "M  I i^im^hi��pS^'A  "���r  (Behind DoVrlos Corpdt ihop on Highwoy)  i   ���'    ��� < ,���      ' 'i  ��� ,���   " ���   <       ���,'      ���       ���>     i .     '       >  w6:00l^��itirtow7x30-piinnir*Weclnesdciys^  10:00 a.m. to 1 p.m. S^urcfayiB  '_!,,7,,;    ���./.���,, ,,",::. ,.�� ',,,.,..'..'''���!)..��...��-,,...'. ..,*....'��44....  i'   You con also ^eglator for nvnllablo Joba  ...,..��� i������,\7,Mr,,'. ..,..,;��,..-��>' >.tt,  ' i     . ;        ',     . , ! ;-.--.%J , ��4+  .7. 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Anobier child was reported bilvfen ar  Gibsons Elementary ��� School while playing outside last Thursday afternoon. Although the. nature of the bite was not  reported serious, school principal George  Cooper said the danger*of a serious mishap is always there.  Meanwhile," tfie-"village" Q^GibsoTSS"-^  still looking for a dogcatcher. Clerk "David*  Johnston told last week's council meeting  that eight or 10 names had been received  as  a  result  of  advertisements  placed   in  local   newspapers  and, added,  "we   have  , v.-.-.-.-.������-.-. -���������'. ���.-.-.  the  Gibsons  RCMP detachment said  the  -gH-uJa-t-ioir-i^--"feri-i:Me.*' ' ��� "���  He cited cases from Gower Point,  Lower Road, Hopkins Landing,-Langdale  and the old B&rC Road (near Solnik's)  were reports of deer being harassed by  dogs  have  been   received.  In  some  cases  -the"namr^cfl'isrre"tonxm"fait"ofeTtitr^y���"U^er 'have been  were not successful."  Mayor Walter Petersons suggested the  answer may be in building a common dog-  nnrrd-  almost, on   the  verge  of  death  after  in���the   saltelmek-  e-  pound at a point such as Roberts Creek,  that would be feasible for both Sechelt  and Gibsons. Alderman Ted Hume asked  if there had been any more complaints,  as he had heard of a child being bitten  that day. Mayor Peterson said complainants-will just have to get in touch with  the RCMP, "they'll look after it."  An   advertisement   published   in   local  papers, recently by the village stated that  <, 7,any   dog  not,  under   leash  found   wtthir  ,,.vthe   village   of   Gibsons   iS"-4teferl,e'"Tobe  picked up and impounded in accordance  with- the dog regulation bylaw.  "Complaints have been received that  dogs are again becoming a nuisance, and  cases of children being bitten have been  reported," the ad read. "Unless parents  and residents co-operate in keeping their  dogs .at home, or on a leash, it Can result  in charges being laid against the owners."  ~   "   epl7"LoTT^Tggemafl1���ncoUn-^harge-of"  ing   chased   by  dogs.  Another notice in lhe paper, inserted  -by J. Hatter,-pteh" and WtitHife Branch  Directory, points out that from March 8  to September 1 iii the arpa of Sunshine,  Coast from Port Mellon- to Egmont district, any conservation officer or constable  without liability may destroy any dog  found running at large and harassing big  game (deer).  And the Sheep Protection Act, which  is the enforcing law in the RCMP jurist-  JigjLiQ]i._Qu4s4de--a..-'m u n ieipa-lity���adds-r���i&t-.  is lawful for any persons to kill any  dog in the .act of pursuing, worrying or  destroying sheep, goat, poultry or domestic'rabbits elsewhere than on the property of the owner of the dog."  Iri   addition,   the   same   act   specifies  -rtrart  /*".       Not a Stray  This dog . doesn't   happen   to be a  stray,  but owners    of his roaming  counterparts are warned about letting their canines loose *  -no person shall keep a dug "in ter-  ritory beyond its own domain unless the  animal is  licenced.  If  necessary,  members of the  RCMP  have the power under the act to visit all  houses   and   premises   where   they  reason to suspect any unlicensed dog  is  kept.      -'   *  Furthermore, the act states, "no dog  is to be at large any time between sun-  set  and  sunrise  unless   accompanied   by  IN A speech to J he Legislature during  Labour-Minister James Chabot's Estimates last week, 1 urt.ed a "Bill of Rights'^  for Canadian workers. I also called on the  Minister in change 'he Labour RekUions  Act so a worker has the "right to belong  to  the  union  of  his  choice".  If Canadian unions are to struggle to  their feet, it must ��� be possible for a Canadian worker to belong to a Canadian.  -tnrion,"oradvocate" belonging to a Canadian union, without any fear of harassment, economic repraisals, or loss of work.  The Government should change the  makeup of the Labour Relations Board to  include a representative from the Canad-  ian union movement.  International unions should have those  parts fI' 'fyejr ron<;)i)-'4fc*<*��*a r\^,-\^vr\~7^y'  and void that provide for disciplinary  action against Canadian workers belonging <o Canadian unions. This is necessary  _ rnCanadian unions are ever to gain certification  In Canadian  plants.  Take the case of the ten men from  the Aluminum Company of Canada's Kif-  imat smelter. These men were all sentenced by the United Steelworkers of America. A trial was held in Washington, D:C.  and the conviction of these men and their  expulsion from the United Steelworkers  of America -was confirmed.  It was a tragedy that Canadian work-  s'hould be-tried-tri"a"tST  and found guilty of the crime of belonging to, and adyocating belonging to a  Canadian union.  The present5certificat-ion--Fules-Fe(|uire  that more than 50 per cent, of an employee  PARENTS   availeg    themselves     ot   the  invitation to visit Gibsons Elementary  School when four of fhe divisions were  opened for observing the children al their  schoolwork on Thursday.  Eight of the divisions were visited on  Friday while- on Monday, March 20, five  divisions of pupils were observed in their  classes by parents. The students were  obviously pleased to see fathers ^and  mothers arriving; no less obvious was the  pleasure of j^ie parents upon viewing the  projects_done and work��accgmplish��ci_by  their sons and daughters.  Teachers are to' be commended for the  interesting manner in which studies are  presented.  The librarian was present to answer  questions for those who chose to look at  the  varied book  collection.  ^lllililfiiiiiiiinhiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiilllllllllllllllllllllllik  *  N EVEN'S  RADIO & TELEVISION  deale\for:  ZENITH  FLEETWOOD  ADMIRAL - PHILIPS  *     *     *     *  ��VERYTHING-FOR ������  HOME ENTERTAINMENT  #       *       *       *  Ph. 886-2280 Gibsons, B.C.  rililiiiUiiUfftfiilUfllUIUIIlUl/IItllfUtittttlifliM^^  or  within  reasonable  call  by   its  owner.    unit sign up and pay a months dues be-  or person in charge." .    fore  application  for  certification  can  be  Mrs; Austin Moorcroft of Gower Point     made.  Road,  a7d_irector_ nf the  Gibsons Wildlife   YOU  DON'T THINK TEACHERS NEED  BARGAINING RIGHTS?  HEAR  B.C.  TEACHERS'  FEDERATION  PRESIDENT  ADAM ROBERTSON  SPEAK  ON  BILL  No.  3  �����  Thursday, March 23  4:oo pjm:  SECHELT ELEMENTARY   7SCHOOL  Club, said she feels stray dogs are far  ��� worse than wolves are in tracking down  wildiife-...__.        _...._  .  "Dogs have no fear of man," she said,  "and animals such as wolves decrease in  numbers as. wild game does, but not so  with  dogs."  Mrs. Moorcroft__said-4tes--has~15ee"n-one  of the wjoj^^^winters for animals such  as deei>3nd the dog situation is certainly  INTfOfTAtrBOYS  A BASEBALL TURNOUT will be held SATURDAY, MARCH 25 and  SUNDAY, MARCH 26 from 3 to 6 p.m. both-dnys���   ���  at the  ^IBjONJ^LEMENTARY SCHOOL ALL WEATHER FIELD  All boys wishing to play Minor League Baseball are invited to attend.  " "Contact Mr. Eric Schmidbauer Mo^^lTo^fc^urtr^aetrnTsT-  T~had difficulty making my point under the Minister's Estimates however, because Deputy Speaker .Herb..-Bruch kept  trying76 cut off the debate, which he said  bordered   on   the  subject  of   the  Trade-     ,  _.  unions   Act   amendments   introduced   by    BM��SS8��^^  Labor   Minister   Chahnt  , : _  m  not helping wildlife.  As principal George Cooper added,  "the business of dogs roaming in numbers  never "decreases���it increases."  If Canadian workers wish to belong  to international unions I will support that  as a right. But nevertheless Canadian law  should require that the Canadian worker  be given a full and complete accounting  of union dues that are checked-off if that  money is going to the United States and  is controlled in-the United States.  Br ,1i0age"Mplby��es  The case of the Barbers Union is one  example.. Pension  fund . contributions   of  Canadian barbers Were under the control"  of the American officers of the union. The  president of the union was sent to jail  IF THE recommendations of a wage ne-     for   taking    kick-backs    on    investments  gotiating     committee,     composed     of     made from the pension funds and  there  Aldermen Jerry Dixon and Charles Man- . may be heavy losses to Canadian contri-  delkau,: are approved, most village em-     butors.  ployees will receive ^a seven7per-.cent-pay- Canadian   law   should   make   "certain  increase  retroactive  to  January  1,  1972.,    that this kind  of thing is  eliminated  in  The recommendations that the village    the future.  clerk and the \vorks superintendent re-     - ,���  ceived the seven per cepi hike were put },0.���   -$ 7     . . v,~r "��,, ^.j"*.  >_'>*'-\m<  before   courreH-'-at   the   regular���meeting���   COACHES AND UMPIRES NEEDED FOR  MINOR LEAGUE BASEBALL  The League will consists of:  - ���^tfFS=M-5-ond 16 yeerr~o1^s       ~   . .  PONY���13 and  14-year olds  BRONCO���12 year.olds, and under, plus"those "Boys who Were-stilH-2-  on January  1/ '-1972. and since turned  13,-    7    PINTO���12 year olds and under.  Contact: Stir. Eric Schmidbauer 886-2918 if you can help in-either of  7   these important.cqpaciities, ,  WHEN IT COMES  10-  TO  THIS WEEK'S  SPECIAL  CYCLONE  made by  CELANESE  Deep,  luxurious shag with built  'in   rubber  backing.   Four  lovely  colours,   orange,   limerick,   Blue  boll, maple Maize. ,,   =KEN DeVRIES  FLOORCOVERINGS LTD.  1659 Sunshine Coast Highway at Wyngaert Road, Gibsons  - - ��� ������� - - -    Thane 886-7112    .-4-, ^.,.,,-.���-.,���.......���.���..���  l��t,  ���nrCAKPETS~nrTltES~"-^rtlNOtEtrMS   ...,..,....,.,.,".'.....,.,.,.  .,,......,.HOURS:  .,...'.  Closed Monday, Open 9 a.m. - 6 p.m. ���* Friday Night Til 9 p,m.  last week.    ^iiTTiddrtion,- the steiiQgr^pHer^ at  the  Gibsons village office will receive a $50  month'increase; temporary office help,  the building inspector, janitors and outside help a seven per cent hike, while the  wharfinger will .carry on receiving 85%  Oi the gross, revenue. ...  The committee also recommended that  one and one-half days per month sick  pay be granted, except for the janitois  and building inspectors.  A further recommendation from the  alderman was that 10 days a year holi-  ,days witlvpay.be...granted,in lieu,,ol\: tho  present"'eight.' '"''"'     :!",;'" -��������������� 7  ' TMayor Walter Peterson added, "it's n  gqod idea, it sounds..,very fair, to me,".,   *  iPorl Mellon Auxiliary  ^change dale foriea-  PORT Mellon, Atixlliary  to  St,, Mnry'fr  Hospitnl hold its monthly meeting nt  tho home, of Mrs, I. Noilson wllh 10 members present,  It was decided to hold a ten of tho.  liealth Center, Glb.soiiH, Wodnofidny,  March, 29' from .'2 p,m, to 4, p,m, Thoro  will' bo homo cooking, novelties and ���  home-made Easter eggs. Admission is BOe  nnd thoro will bo �� rnfflo nnd door pHkoh.  ~ Provtouslyit-wns-announced" the ten  " wduld ''bo'Jiiold;",,oii"'TlViMdny7'''Mnroh 30  Uaui���becuu8a_.uf���.pm.vi.o.ua.^CiomiuUraKll!,a,.���  fllllMIIIII'l"'1''!!   ^ 1Y<I'"I '   .i'^K<''J'^>.< -i"11  wm$W t_'&  vytT"  iA*��i'M.t^,to,.$.i*MVA<&\+Witt'n^\'..s,^  *li<ii{iii;ii,^lfch^jiiftW.<4tt.iafa  '���M'UHIIM-mH'HMI-  ^6<iiH��MiM<1wl!iWif)tn* "  15 FACTS  yousrtouto  KNOW ABOUT THE  ,"*��� t  ���11  ��� \  <-\  1 ir in1,',  I  Ml  1  Ii  ||    j      It-     IIs11    11  11  11  t [ I���>  111111' 'i 1  V "ill,  7'1, 'jli',1"1'! ii . i7i'"iii  I I'Hiii'Viiii Miii V i'i     1 in  4    lllll    11    I  11    M   ,l| IIII    It , .  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A person can become an alcoholic  just as readily on beer as on wine or hard  liquor."'" "���'���' ���"���' ^������'������ ������<���* ���>���������������������������������������  3. Alcohol passes undigested into the  Iblb'tfdetreamrwhlcW  It impairs judgment, reflexes, ooordina"  "'tion7"speeclT"and-visionr-  8. A person who "needs" a drink is at  least psychologically dependent and can  become physically addicted.  9f A person, who' fiverages five* or; six  drinks a day is a "hazardous drinker".  . 10. British Columbia hasat least 80,000  liazardous7rdrinirer^ of these, "'approxi^"  mately 42,000 are confirmed alcoholics,  ��KOUl^pbrBonH��\v,oro*chnrHod*wlth��drlvin3-   '���"���"���'l":i)o  lnipiUFod"n',oF1iiwin,ji,"','M'' hi'Onlh  ^(P%^ H ^y W ^^^%^ w ^|  MARCH 25   iu,iilys,or rondlnii: of over ,00 ,in .Qlbsons   ..  mufilHtrnto's court onrllor. this month,  ' Nnrmnn Britpo Durf,'oyno, chnr.iqd.wUh.1 ^  lmpnlrod,'.v.wnfl;;:ii.ncdi^30n"tffi'd'"*-had' his  di'lvor'H  \\q(.\qq    suspondod    for   throo  ltnphnoi Qnbrl��l Qoor/jo revolved n  J $000^flno nnd his driver's liconco wan  " Huapontlod" for' five ,yom'H,  1 Shnron ���M.m'Knvo.'t Ourlock wnn fined  p.i) nnd hnd hor driver's lleonco suspend,  oil for six months, ,  Dinno  Mnrlon  UiUnohuk   wnn  fined  Ji3fl0 nnd ulvon n nlx-monUw nuHponnlon  ^"winn^RWTTramw���;���'������~r~  An HCMP spokosmnn snld ntno people   wur(r��hnniwl. foP'iwt".hnvlnR'tholr.".pmpn�� <  liconco plnloa umxea to their vehicles,  TlrOttlyTTBnwIriroifcsen^^  are'oja-Skid-'Roadr1'^"*"'''-'..'-' -77'17-7"A '  12, Industry and business lose millions  of dollars annually through absonteeisixii  accidents, damaged equipment and upset  PMliQji:elatilons,due-to��problem.drinker9.  oirtho'ipayroll; - ��� "   4. Alcohol lias no food value other than  calories; 05% of it,is burnt up by the liyer  at a constant rate. Coffee, exercise, or cold  showers cannot speed up%o pirocofls.  n painkiller, or -for escape should realize it  can be addictive and dangerous to their -n AYihnai. rcrw *_ _���_(r   __���'_.. ���      4 7 ! ,,;   . ..        ..x      ,,. 4 volvednnkmg drivers. If you drink, that's  6. Alcoholismis the one illness that re- your business. If you drink and drive,  *w'��annwnfun^'"business. , ' : I   holism, but most alcoholics have a reasonable chance for recoyojt'y/''''!  v-f^t**  approach to life's prob-  s*is*moreTealistic-tlian"*  UBing alcohol as aive^capo.   ,��� ;���:;-���  ,15, If you have a drinking problem you  can get expert confidential help by calling  -th^noarwt-offlcp of tho AlcotolisittFomP  iii*<f$fi.T};"  imm<f*mmnmimm  ^<iimiifl'w,wi<8tfa^4^tJ^Ar't"ttTr  ,,i f m;.  iWii*WfiWtiiil8^ii��i<iftW^^I^  m Mll.l^MiJi.tM#^J��t.l)l��E Iw  YW*Wp*M^Mi.  aB*^ft��81|9SSS?l#W^  PENINSULA HOTEL  *MM*^*MB*MMMMMMMllMMM^1,1,MM^^^J^TrTWwTMff*ff"'fl|T  ��*.,, J"4��.,������.,..,,.,���,.  , ���.�� m       ,, 1,  I    i  .    (1  ,  ��4fcW4^rf-fr-4WW��M444>444������>M4  ,'y. ,.*  ,.ift^(1.,    1--4  ���2472   .'.Highway 101mV;".:,\'*.   ���  Covorthnrao ���   . v<-oaar  mi  DID YOU KNOW?  nion&-  CARRIES  44^p����/^,^jt^|,��4��^js3M0f<J  ���n*wfwew��s4��fl��afl^ff��*ij^w��*  .., ....,; ,gTMoii��,-, 886^9j94l.  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And Aim. 01 Alcohol,"  i_ii.,,lti\i_tWfii,t,im_\it__ii_*itiiiit_rti\ii_if_rn\m__Hitj^,ru���,^fc"3"^��t.44j^jj.^..J4jM^- ~     ,     ,ti\,r [��i-��nii���T. .,i ���.h,,.,,,.������������ ���,n-rf,r. <\  <M*��#&m  N*mo..  A��liltf(|n,._  ,1 .  '.  . '  flll.,,.,~  ,  1      "I  ..^^4tH^.4..H��WWHR  ��^4WWf4^M4.��4W*,  -IT  T  *t*ifm��!m   .  '%  JuL  ti\>  f,i���� , - ^i^*r*|?^(a5p*  "*'W��tP,. -J���1JM..  -ti>72        lhe PenimulaJUmw-       ' l>gge gr~HPiJ?.g':^  Halfmoon Bay Happenings  \ ���by Mary Tinkley  The supper menu appropriately included  Irish stew.  HERE and THERE    "  vSpring   is   undoubtedly   on   the way.  Keith  Cornyn   was  the   first   resident. Unreport   seeing     geese     going     north   on  March J 6th. \ '  Another^sure sign of spring is lhe ar-  in many hctniesT  rival of victor:  "MrsTAlex Ellis has hjad her sister and  brother-in-law, Lilian and Dick Birk from  Seattle, her-son Bob Ellis and. Miss Anne  Bedard of Vancouver.  Guests of Mrs. Bill 'Clark have been  her two sisters, Mrs. Winnie Coffin and  Miss Lee Hawkins of Vancouver.  Mrs.  Ethel Burdett's  guest has been  Mrs, Ursula Foy of Langley. Chris Laird  ~ofr~Burnaby has been"vMtlng "his~irand-_  mother, Mi's. Eva Lyons.  CANON ancl Mrs. Alan Greene have re-  , turned from a visit to> Vancouver Is-'  land. They crossed to Nanaimo where  they visited' tho Rev. Barrio Jenks and  his family who send greetings to all their  old friends' in the Sechelt-Ponder Harbour area.  Running into five inches of snojv on  the highway, the Greenes stopped for  two nights at' Shawmgan Lake. It���was  very beautiful, says Mrs. Greene, but  hardly the weaiher to tackle the Malahat.  Continuing, they crossed on the Brentwood ferry and south to Victoria, where  Canon Greene spent five days in the  Synod office sorting out * old Columbia  Coast Mission files and films." He "was  assisted by John Mills who will be ordained next--month���and���will serve with- 4,he-  Columbia .Coast Mission. Mr. Mills who is  a pilot Awill become-a flying ' missionary-  with  his base  at Port  McNeiU.  Mrs. Lily Dunlop of Sechelt stayed at  Kilally during the Greene's absence and  took care of their pets.  FILMS  The films from the Austrian Embassy,  scheduled for last Thursday's show at the  Welcome Beach Hall, did not arrive from  Ottawa in time for the show, but the resourceful Fritz Leuchte telephoned the  German Consulate who stepped into the  hreach with three new films at a few  hours' notice. One of the most interesting  of the films .took viewers on a tour of  Wurtemburg in southern Germany, lying   between    Switzerland,���B^a^a���and---.^omroeadedTOpiii^  Baden. It is a scenic area of forests and .   mery and his staff on the students' pro-  mountains,  including  the  Swabian  Alps     gress   during   the   first   semester  of   the  _which_form part of the  South German     year.  jUra One advantage of the semester system   The-film pictured rugged peaks" crow iv���4s the oppertHfH^-wMehjit-efier-s-stydents-  ciff  NINETEEN attended x the special re-organizational meeting for 1st Roberts  Creek Cub and Scout Group Committee  on March 16 at Roberts Creek Community  Hall.  Sunshine Coast District President Ivan  Smith and Regional Field Executive Jack  Adair covered the plans for the future  and yjVroduced the new Executive who  are:- Chairman,- Mr. Dave Parry; secretary, Mrs. I. N. MacLean; treasurer, Mrs.  JeanJBiLtcheu;v resrmrce,_.Mrs. Betlf- Raw;  pubTicrelations. Mrs. Bella Dube; district  liaison, Miss E. E. Harrold and ladies'  auxiliary,  Mrs,.  Thalma  PrittHe.  Bob Hawken, former Cubmaster volunteered to come back as. cubmaster for  six.manths.7Dr. Pat Perry will assist Bob  along with Mi's. Beth Raw. _r~...   "Wayne Sacco and Dave Sacco will  continue to be the Troop Scouters.  Boyes 8 - 10 years wishing to join  Cubs should be a' the Community-Hall  Roberts Creek on Wednesday at 6:30 p.m.  January results . . . .     _  Government examinations  Elphinstone highly rated  '        Enthusiastic Speaker    :..> ~~ T       Scouts  meet   the   same   evening  at   7:30  How to recognize and help children    tion for Children_^|tli.���Learning Dis- *pAm. Socuts are boys u - 14 years of age.  Nona iVlunro.  it was  "with learning difficulties, was the  subject which, attracted so many  people to last week's talk given by  Education Chairman of the Richmond  Branch  of  the  Vancouver  Associa-  "abilitiSs, Mrs.  a return visi^ttf Sedielt Elementary  School for Mrs.'Mtinro (nee Thompson) who taught, here in 1958.  GOVERNMENT Examination results released following March 9th meeting of  the School Board, indicate that Elphinstone students have done exceptionally  well in the January examinations,.  District  superintendent   R.   R. Hanna  tion   is  still   only   held   once   a  year   in  June. *   7 ���  GEOGRAPHY   12 7  Geography 12 showed a 94.5 per cent  passing rate with thirty-six students taking the course. Only fourteen were recommended leaving_twenty-two to sit the  go^ei^rh��Trt--g3fanr^ind only two students"  failed,    ,  DRIFTWOOD PLAYERS  During years past, a travelling; theatre  New group forms . . . : 4 Jf7  Association for children  ���wi4iir4ed^  RC Hospital Auxiliary  reports healthy state  USUAL monthly meeting of the Roberts  Creek   Auxiliary   to   St.   Mary's "Hospital took place Monday, March 13th at  St. Aidan's Church Hall at 1:30 p.m. Air  activities appear to be in a very healthy  state and there are 27 paid-up members.  Members were reminded that the an--  nual Regional meeting will be held this  jyegr_at Lions Gate Hospital, North Vancouver,   Vv ectnesday; "?,May���9rtt-"eenM��e��6���-  ing   at' 11:00   a.m;   This   later   time   has  ed with castles such as one expects to   : find only in fairy tales. In_contrast were  .;...,:....the.,:valleys.;,of the Neckar .and Danube,  peaceful and fertile 'land's^'"'wliere market'  ������- gardening and- cattle breeding...form._lh.e  main industry. An ancient country this,  for i.t was first settled in. the 3rd century  by the Germanic Alemanm, a fusion of   Teutonic  tribes -constantly  at   war   With���  the Roman Empire. In the 9th century,  the area was incorporated into the duchy  - of-Swabia.- Augstiurg,., the --capital of  Swabia is its cultural centre and the  film showed many fine studies of its picturesque timbered. houses, its examples  of baroque architecture and its treasures  of sculpture and art.  Anpthpr  film  pictured  the  two-week  to repeat a course in the second semester,  7i��7they Hail-in January or feel"that-fhey  are not sufficiently prepared to. take the  examination. ��� - ���        ���     - ���  ������#I%|$%$��-12:-- -   Out of ihe 19 students taking Literature 12, ten were^ernmmendedj_jjx^ sat  the. g6yfijhmenfT~exam. and passecPand  three preferred not to take the exam at  this time. This gives a one hundred per  cent passing rate.  MATHiSI*JKTICS^l2  Maths has always been a tough course  and this,year twenty-seven students complete^ the first semester with ten students  recommended. Seventeen wrote the exam    and  twelve  passed,   giving, an 81.5  per  fustiVHl-'held'-'eacjTiall in"lK^i\rittL^^ Scholarship exarmna- meeting  parades,   music,   color   and   all  the   fun' ... 7'7 �� ''-*|:i','.'.'  of the fair. ,_ ���     u ,'.       At Roberts Creek���. . .  group has visited the school district introducing, live- ^theatre,-^Jxu^^efiieKtafy-  school students. Tfthf "'year the School  Board has agreed to finance a lpcal theater group���-Driftwood Players, to the  tune of $375 plusa-25e^admission-eharge.  They will also be allowed use of a  maintenance panel truck, providing they  use a maintenance driver and pay any  extra cost involved. The players will  present "The Red Shoes".  The regular meeting of the Board had  b��eii"scheclulecl'' to "accomhiodate" B.C7  Teacher Federation president, Mr. Adam  Robertson who had. to cancel the engagement due to- the Mass Rally held in Vancouver March 9th. It is understood that  he   will   attend   the   next   school   board  RWRESENTATION ' from   Pender* Har-     Munro stress^:7|M|^ed for  encourage-  b'ouf to Gibsons ���area'-^s-evMeRti4n^-ment,.praisev'|^W^. If there is one��� been-Mronletr-fw-nhg^enefit-of  -tne-fes-t-puhlac meeting helH  last  week     thing that th���.ch^an.dt) well give htm     kind y^en^^gf^T^���^  .o^diseuss   difficulties     encountered   by     an opportur^j^^s^^  children with - learning disabilities.  More than seventy people attended  the meeting held in the open area of  Sechelt Elementary School, which proves  the need "for aTocal chapter "To" affiliate  with the Vancouver Association for  ^Children with Learning Difficulties^,   Parents and teachers appeared to be  equally represented and after the meeting,   thirty   people   made=* application   to  form, alocal-chapter.^Chairman of the  Steering Committee Mrs. Joyce Ripper,  reports that a nominating committee has  been formed and another public meeting  will be held within the month.  Guest speaker at last week's meeting  was a former Sechelt Elementary School  Victoria by Canon and Mrs. Greene-con-  eluded the programme. It pictured The  Columbia Coast Mission ship John Antle  on patrol, kippered by a slim and youthful-looking Alan Greene. Its opening moments made the viewers feel immediately  at home, for it showed Merry Island and  the late Mr. Wm. Franklin and his wife  enior Citizens  support advisory farm deal  teacher, Mrs. Nona. Munro who gave an     and this usuall^|ccouri|s,for one third.of  enthusiastic and encouraging account of     the problem. |||f|7  methods which can help make school and Parents v|e|e7ralsb advised  to  notify  home  life .easier    for  youngsters    with     teachers  of  t^||||ld.'s disability,  espec-  iftollgMlp a new-school���   not feel a cqtt&t&gP:                                   ^ ^                     .g ^  To the parfents, M%_Munro gave, in-            ��� Patrick-S   Day  party  for   the  dividual list^hints^iGh-inchide: buy=       ^ _ the extended care unit in the  mg shoes wu^u|%ce|,ami clothes vnth-    �� Qn   Fdd        March   17th    K   ig  out-huttons^:h||p||^itoen1^:^^  will  be  arranged  by  the   various   auxi-  Hiaries~"for  these  patients   every   month'.  Everyone who had been  able  to attend the Appreciation Tea  given to the  auxiliaries by- the members of the Hos-  ...pital .Board,and���staH  had. thoroughly enjoyed themselves.  The auxiliary, voted to return to evening meetings now that the winter months  are .over and so the next meeting will  be held on Monday, April 10th at St.  Aidan's Hall at 8 p.m.    hand probleh^i^%>*..?. V.Gid frustration.  Structuring jli^lhiid^ht'e and not altering routine '^itKcail first preparing the  youngster,  ci^$.^ipV.^ confusion:  Playing g|nji9Si ;arid' reading together  also  helps   a^^  Encouragmg''^n*e^%^ng^ers ""to7* play"  with the child was :a|s'|i-'advised.  As a grim reminder of what happens  to children who are not helped, Mrs.  Munro pointed out .thfit seventy per cent  of juvenile (ielihqTierils are non-readers.  ^probtemsr  TEACHERS  MARCH general meeting of the Sechelt  Senior Citizens' Association was weil  fields will complete the trip.  /^.���-"QieK-.w^^^^ w? weii ' .Mrs' Stockwell reportng for the En-  Hospitaf a?"Pender Harbourr which was' attended.. Mrs. 'Madge Hansen welcomed tertainment Committee, suggests a small  built by the' Columbia CbaStsMiSSion'in:*--ba^seyeralrmembers who either through musical group* to perform-:at^meetings or  1930 and served the area for 34 :ycar3  ;.afa.sJ*'ngfi ,^'9^.   home  or  through illness, for their own amusement Rh.  wants any  PROBLEMS ____*_*_,���...  Mrs. Munro who  is education  chair-" ~ Teachers ^#e|fa|^ handed   lists   of  man   of   the   Richmond   Branch   of   the hints, mostly;^s| arreniihdfer. as much of  .Vancouver Association for Children with 4^'�� "f"'q" ��'**��* ^��s��i��>-' *��������*���������������  Learning  Disabilities,   said   that   we   all  have  learning problems but most  of  us  nmtil^he-^w. St, Mar-y's^^  Sechelt  in  1964.  According  to  Canon    for some months.  Greene, the Pender Harbour hospital was Mrs, .Edmunds,   Mrs.   Porte  and  Mr  this study is '"ffpH; ofui;fSehers'" training.  Two areasf^chicjj;- teachers.found uae-.......  ful were the^^ingjfoiptexts for children,  with reading |j|roblerrtl'i so-that they* caa  ���listen to the"||ipe .yHtl^vthe iid6k(' iri 'front' '  'Of] them. Also^hia^yaMe: of regular. rnee^ ���  ficulties,.mostiy boys. Tho ratio ^of.boyo >   \ng   with   the   volunteer   teacher   aides  have learned tP,cope with them. In every  class of. 40^ ,children \i can ,be expected  to find at least four' yyiih learning dif  Rugger7(on^behalf-of his wfe) expressed.:  appreciation of attehion, in the form of  cards, -flowers arid visits during their illness, ':.  -Miss Harrold reported that ��� Mrs, Swan-  sbn is at hon^e, at l^st after her long illness, and has asked her to thank members  for th;eir, kindness to her. New members  Lin^aitue"g.li:!lnPs^ ��x    and Mrs. McFie, and Mrs. Thomas, A let-  quiet services on board the John Antle    tey from Mrj3i Ella Hicks, who has  left  sant cprnpanidnship while she was a mem-,  per herd was read by Mrs. Hansen, Birth-  days7ihis" month:   Mr. ��� and Mrs, -Clear,��,  Mrs,; Hfansen, : ���     Mrs.  built and equipped f6r_$25;00p-whichrin  these inflationary. days, seems a mere  pittance, particularly when one considers  the cost of the recent extension to the  Sechelt Hospital..  ,  The film included' visits to Cortes Island which w'&s at that time the base of  operations for the Rev. Rollo M. Boas,  operating another CCM ship, the Rendez  vdus7"TKereJtwere   members who., can. Mng .music.aljnstru- Ts" roughly sk"."for every"one"' girl. Some     which are falfebedqiriirig, a. part of 7th6^,  ments, rhythm instruments or just their     of t^e probleins arTrT^edltarjrana~m^my-  school system.    :", '"'  voices, to come prepared for a try-out at     0^ the children have a very high I.Q.  .     ���      Mrs- Munro said there is more help  our next meetihg^We have   the  use of Nine-nf the learning disability prob-     in universities;4han i,ift .secondary schools  the hall on -meeting days until 5:00 p.m. -^^   listed   b    . Mrs    Munro   included fo^-"people^&ij^^  The draw for the Shop Easy hampers     visuai  0I which there  are  27  different     in these cases ;oral exams replace writ-  at Ballerias' Light, hear Nahoose, on Gerald Island and Quadra . Island,  , .The John .Antle, was, seen, at Tipton's  Store  on Reid  Island,'waiting for the  tide-td-navigate-Surge-Narrows-and wait- _  ing at Stewart Island for the Yucatah  Rapids, The patrol included Howe Sound  , and, Jer.vis. InlctTwher^  logging operations in Vancouver Bay, in- '  ^iX^Unrt lho -foinnft nf n YiUllR fir with 0  went to Mrs. Watson and Mr. Morrison  Mrs. Stockwell sang a favorite Irish  song for us, and Mr. Scott showed us  some of his beautiful slides from the  Yukon. A former Forest Ranger, Mr. Scott  tells us he has many slidegjlrom -various  parts of rB;C7arid-"the"lSrorth; and we all  look forwai'd to seeing them.  r Our, next  executive  meeting  ���yvill,,, be  ;held on Tuesday, 7/Vpril; 4f ahdTour n6xt  general meeting on Thursdfiy, April 20,  '  i1* ,   .    ��� '-" "7."  kinds:, auditory, co-ordination, space,  rhythm, timfe, concept formation, eye-  hand relationship.  Behavior can include hyperactive,  short-attention span, impulsiveness, disorganized, forgetful, 'lack' of self confidence, distractible, lack of friends, day-  dreamer and withdrawn.  iSNCOUHAGEMENt "'"'! ���   "  ..'_, To  both  teachers  and  parents, .Mrs.  ten exams.  Anyone wishing further information  should contact.Mrs.* Joyce Ripper,at 886-  2078.  y  -<v;  Public Meeting  Wilson Creek  Community Hall  Wed., March 22  8:00 p.m.  '������- EVERY0NE7WELC0ME   Elphinstone* Flying Club  Hansen read a communica,tion  frorrj Mr,.,Jeremy Young regarding the  Opportunities for Youth project nt Rob-  eluding tlie tolling of a huge fir with only    which o, group of young people proposes  nSces'arida cross-cut1 sawr- -������-���^���-������7lq*8et*up  Iuon, Our executlvo committee has ap-  W��w����  ��� ^t^^^V^^iAlliiMii UW*,-.* '.�����  BACK HOME  Mr. and Mrs. Rob Wilkinson are homo  after 'a'three .months' holiday in California. They stayed at Desert Hot Springs  and enjoyed glorious weather, The nights  were often cold, going down to 35 degrees  ��� nt times, but the days wore worm and  sunny nnd'thoy wqro able to swim every  ��� day., Tholr ono ".anxious .experience was  on earthquake which registered .6.3 on  the Richtor scale. Thoy spent tho last  two weeks of their holiday ir�� Los An  proved the group's application for n grant,  The membership sho\ved apparent agreement with tho executive's action,  ,., Mrs,, Evans, rporting, fojc; tho, Hospital  Committee, named' four members who ore y-  iti" hospital;1 Mrs. Mabel Livesny rind Mrs,'  Gordn Ahlln In St, Mary's; and Mr, Woodward and Mr, Tonic Saulnler in Vancouver,       '       > . ,'������,.. ' -  ���    ���     ,        �����-     ^  Mr. Hayward,' who is in charge of  tours, staled that a tour is slated for April  *��43MHa��L2UpM 1�� to Miracle Valley. Faro will, bo 1)14,00  sons who showed thorn all over the city    ���    'whlll wm ko served thoro A drive  n__  nm.u,.���w.v    ihn dovnuthtliin f ood    *\ei ^n.lQM w��'> ��o soi ved vnoro. a drive.  and particularly    tho devastating flood      damage.,Tho, Ryornon'fl, house, hnd fluftared when ajil the water from tholr swimming pool landed In tholr basement, hut  -w-^^thoy^cQuntadJI^rasetoM  ones compared with many who had lost  thQltlhqmos nnd nimx��ir,po(Hscf|Hlpn��,r'^o���  Wilkinsons founxl Xo�� Angeles vory hot,  with temperatures up to 07 dogreon.  . , Patrick Murphy arrived from-Ids Dow  fLlno Station in tlmo to cojobrato his  birthday "-on'-'St; JPatrlck's' Day 'With a  real Irish party, Qucsty from Ponrto^ Har-  Iw'ur to aibsorifl arrived to welcome him  plenty oH fine, singing' and Irlwh mMsio,  , < .LAST^CALL'.,,.,,,,"',,,,,,:,.. .���,..,'.  Saturday, March 25th - 8:00 p.m.  LEGION HALL, SECHELT  Pinner 7 p.rh. Tipkets Lilmited,     "       !   ;  'PHone now to order yoUrs---$3 per person, '  Dancing���After The Meeting  .\.( ;    ;  ���*   DOOI^RRilZES .,,;,, ���������,..������  USE YOUR VOTE���ATTEND YOUR ANNUAL MEETING  * ,l''"   ���.  ���  7   7:, latoj^^ (        it  ^.JciBiWWI^W*.*  iljh^C*   H'^W^ffi'T***!  %^  ylV ire 0.70 f 7; Wi n to r? JSSo.;:  :2tare we!: Tho'l's 1 why7wel  ?: could hardly waifro put  our fresh new sjjrlng arrivals on display for' you..  along' (lip roads by. tho Brodnor daffodil  ��� " ��� ' ..' L    i 1  . r    ���  STAMPS  \: 1  COMMERCIAL PRINTING  ;u  \ ' 1  ' )  1   1 ,i 1    A 1    1 ���  , I,  I ,1   ', .,������   ,  .       , ,    .,  ,,,,,,. . ..I   . 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'"  '"     "V ���*���<'��� <"' "*\J" 7 , 7'Av ��^��ytew< 1  ��MUUMMWUUWMM��Ml��IIM��MWMU����MUMl��lMfr��Wl��MWtJMlM����M��U,��WW  The PENiNSULA^Swe^  EDITOR  S  \  \  *'l may be wrong, but I'shall not be .a wrong as to Jail to say what I believe to be right."  ���...       ���  .���*.*"*"���-��� __         ���John Atkins  Stewart B. Also/mo,'Publisher 7 ^ ,   Douglas G. Whueler, Editor  Page B-6  the Peninsula Times Wednesday, Mardr22r; 1972  READERS'RIGHT  Letters to the Editor, are the opinions of readers,  and not necessarily those of The  Times.  A  rtom-de-plume may  be used for publication,  but all originals must be signed b% the  writer:  .WtfWMUUWWWWWVIAniHIAfWIAIWWWWW'inni.  ��^%n#w*��*��w***w����w��*��ww*��tfi*w*��w%*vij��fi#wt*iw*w  Activity   ait   Long   Last  U'RIi was a time when we frequently    lul   properly  which  one  commented -that regardless ol-cauncjL^oajr^ui��L^jiuahJi^_as.set.  day  will  prove  the Village of Sechelt would continue  to grow, expand, and develop progressively. This it has done but now there  is a difference���the 1972 council is  playing its part and for the first time in  some years matters are getting attended  lo rather than being swept under the  carpet.  We   do   not  carry   torches   but   do  ���give credit where due and therefore have  no licsittrnry-ffl-dfttw-ing atteh^4W-4a-4hc-  fact that  Ben Lang  high Tv  under leadership of Mayor  the present council is to be  commended?" ~"    Perhaps nol fully appreciated yet  by many residents is'the acquisition, at  no cost to taxpayers, of 300 acres of  Crown land. Considering that very little  land is available anywhere in the area  ���at less than $1,000 per acre it takes  little imagination to estimate the value  of 300 acres of some of Ihe best property  within the village. There probably is  not another community in the province  which during recent years has succeeded in landing such a prize.  Significantly, (he way for this acquis-  a  .visit   to   Victoria   by   the   counaPTvT  thai day. Since that time one alderman  after  another  has  attempted  |o   inspire  action in order that the land be officially  . transferred. Each eventually gave up in  disgust as he found "himself pounding a  .Jead balloon. It was not until Ben Lang,  as an alderman, last year forced theis-  ___\c   and   took   the   matter   up   with   the  In a few years tinicwc will fully ap-'  predate the" planting of flowering ti^ees  throughout the village. This is a long  sought innovation of Aid. Bcrncl Gordon  and, despite the inevitable petty criticism, is.an excellent project.  West Porpoise- Bay Road has for a  few years been the only village road sadly  lacking proper maintenance and- during  past  weeks a  major  improvement cam-  ��� ���pi,i(in ..hiis   hi^n   s7.irti'rl,   This   will   he;   ;|  Lands Minister with co-operation of  rlon. Isabel Dawson. Result was the  virtual donation to the village of bcauti-  nither longer proposition for considerable   expense   is   involved,   however,   a  ~g0ad~stTrrrtttn;-becn made. ���   ���- -  Another long time problem to be  taken care of shortly is the parking  chaos in front of the Post Office and  adjacent blocks. People have been  struck, cars have been damaged and  at times it is a, hazard to "walk or drive  in that area. Council has discussed the  situation with Sergeant Saunders^ of the  RCMP Detachment and a Satisfactory  remedy is now on the drawing board.  Instead of going along with the old  excuse that "we just cannot, afford sewers Aid.  Norm  Watson has  been  dcle-  ^d-G4LaQ^jja^s^^ an  efficient   system, . various���types���of-  ings indicate 4'easibility and wc have no  doubt an economical project will ultimately prove possible.  Our enthusiasm might prove premature but somehow it would seem that  year-end changes werg_ defimtely_��or_  the best and with a progressive community backed by a progressive council  the. future can only be a good one!  Slurry of activity .  Editor, The Tim&s,  Sir: In your issue of December 8 you  published an editorial which urged "Senior Citizens \jhile" and since then there  has been a.flurry of activity by and on  behalf of'that section of society to which  I belong, AJan^MoF-eyTeaTlyTit a fire  under the Unions when he fired his  devastating broadside at the pharasaical  attitude which all unions display towards  pensioners, especially those who do not  belong to their -particular "caste";  After that on March 1st I had some  difficulty in drying out my copy of the  Times in which appeared F. Allnut's  defence of his particular "protective"  society.  That.his Union is self-oriented^ supremely  caIlous"lo-the.''"Situations  of  others  and   hypnri-iiirnl   to   a, degree   is   well   ev-  idenced" by the following.  Some time before the Recreation Cen-  . Ire. issue went to the polls, the Q.A.P. of  Gibsons pleaded with Gibsons Council  that with the heavy load the sewer would  place on them, the addition of the three  mills the Centre pushers were demanding  would impose an impossible strain on  their already slender and fixed financial  resources. Their plea was ignored by  Council, the Union bosses and their  wives! P.R.O. Allnuts' "Pensioner concerned" voice also was not heard at that  time. In their "Quardian" Allnut stated,  that for the issue to be defeated would  be "A disaster... Criminal"! Fiery rhetoric but���in the same issue of this  "Guardian" there appeared an article  deloring. the financial plight of the Old  lsloner"rat^nf^TTImel "af  "No���he  this docs require a subsidy from the taxpayer. "~7 -���-     -;  So from this point, we have to justify  .ourselves���are we better off. to spend our  tax dollar on recreation or rehabilitation?  In Golden and District there are over 300 youngsters between the ages oi six  and sixteen piay+rrg organized hockey.  C. P. SADLER  Gdlden, B.C.  Sincere thanks  Editor,  -The Times,  Sir: May I take x this opportunity  through the newspaper to express on  behalf of the students and the "staff of  Sechelt Elementary School our appreciation to those parents who were able to  attend our Heritage Day Programme of  idaijt- Thursday, March 9th,  1972.  A   special   word     of.appreciation   to  those  pail'irtti; Homo Sohee  Mr.  Teddy  Joe,  and  the  Sechelt  Indian  Band   who   kindly   loaned   material   for  NOTICE  TO  /  roperfy  _ i  iwnen  "Vt���  OF  echeli Waferwor  MPORTANTM  ST.   HILDA'S  HALL,  SECHELT  MARCH  29th  AT  8  P.M.  mffilT qltote"  -d^l��y^-ha-^-c^i+ld-^e^���saiib6d-4fl-^h-AAery-  real  sense   as  being  of  priceless   and   of  irreplaceable value.  If I might conclude with a final  word, to Mrs. Wheeler, my sincere thanks  for her past and present coverage of our  various school activities.  W.   L.   REID,   Principal  One way to guit  Editor, The Times .  Sir: I would like to remind readers  of the dramatic television program "One  Way to Quit" on cigarette smoking to be  shown Wednesday, March 29 between 8  p.m. and 9 p.m.  ''^^Tflls^^olJulfle^raTy    wTTen   ^Fes^rvCecT  reads,          really  live,  A   Fair   Day's   Work  (Journal  of   Commerce)  BRITISH Columbia's construction unions   im--  w I i 11  bliishipg   fir Ihry should  be  Considering public reaction to an unprecedented move by the Construction  Labor' Relations Association of B.C. iri  going to the public with lull-details ot~  union wage demands in this year's con-  Tract  talks. ~> ��� ������   rate because construction work is largely  seasonal.  However, according to an as-yet-un-  "publishcd study  by the Prices and  In-  eomes   C o m miss i o n, �� boilermakers  throughout Canada work an average of  42.14 wee-k^-of���the-ycac���Ear- aTiS^hour  scrapes-Tj'y  three  mills  would  push  him  that  much  deeper.  Anyway, after reading that and reflecting on the manner in which they and  their wives brushed aside the. pensionersL..  plea, to say that th^uttwh^busses^prtntea"  "Thai first class tear jerker with their  united tongues in their fraternal cheeks  would be the understatement of the year.  Their fellow travellers also showed the  same brand of "concern" when at one of  the meetings a pensioner asked that his'  age group be exempted from, the increase .in the mill rate; he was "laughed  out of court" by the audience, which in-,,  eluded at least one union memers' wife,  and the Committee. One of them told us  from t-he platform that there were "mil-  he originally a few.,weeks ago bought more  their public response than any other CBC m-  formation program shown this season.  It has been re-scheduled at this time so  students will have an opportunity to view  it.  After-it-has been  seen  I  am  sure you  INCOMEJAX^iTURNI  NATIONAL TAX BUYERS LTD,  335  East Broadway, Vancouver, B.C.  --  Phones:   (Days)  879-4166;   (Nights)  879-6701  *^r Out-of-town inquiries welcomed.  Phone collect! Pick-up service.  wTil again be motivated to write your  MP as a reminder that the-Cigarette Products Act. has still not been passed, which  restricts cigarette advertising at the national level.  This Society is deeply committed to  health education in "the'"respir��tory*"3isea-'  se field and I would like to offer, without  charge, Kick the Habit, our fact sheet  with suggestions on how to stop cigarette  smoking for those so motivated after  watching "One Way to Quit.'"  D.  R.  Parker,  Executive Secretary.  With   44  contracts  expiring   March  ���3i, the unions, have asked tTbRA lor a  total  wage   package    that     would  cost  CLRAs K00 members $310 million���al-*  most   75   per   cent   more   than   today's  '������figure  ol"  $ IW) m'uHion.  11    At   a   time   when   unemployment   isi  still high, the iffiiupniy far/jr.oin hi'jil'liy,,-  inflation creeping around every corner,  and    individual    Canadians      generally  ���^-fgl^^^Yrg rtitrrr~1vcti'R"7"i1t(j"j;t:nlU'-ivl''' ulic^c '  demands seem .ludicrous.  Employers are perhaps accustomed  toTextTTrordinary-lnbor demands in the  construction industry. They've seen1  wage rates for different trades climb as  much as 137.5 per cent in lhe last 10  years, or 13.7 per cent a year.  Today, however, boilermakers are  asking for 61.5 per cent over two years,  and many other trades between 30 and  ...40_.por-.ccnt, Boilermakers.want, a top,  hourly rate of $ 13.44, including fringe  benefits, And they claim to justify that  WUWUIfHWHIflflflMMMIMHHUMfll^^  The PENiNSULA^fowe^  standard week���which is another one of  the union demands���the average boiler-  maker would be earning-$T9,822 -per  year, excluding any summer overtime  pay. And that's "with nine-weeks "holiday'" in the bargain! "���" -  .  What can they be thinking of? The  boilermakers "arc. probably recalling the.  words qf Samuel Johnson in 1781: "Wc.  arc not" here to sell a parcel of boilers  and. vats, but (for)' the - potentiality of  growing rich beyond the dreams Of ava-  -r4w7^���������4������i .���'������u~��� ,   lionaire pensioners" running around Gibsons!  The  Pulp  Mill  Unions'  schizophrenic      a ���       i  community altilTTd^WsTTreiTTr^  i^UrVlVOl gTOUp  union)   is   shown   when   we   learn   that,     Editor, The Times,  as neither you nor your competitor told Sir: Can we survive? This questioh#h?s  the   public;   a   petition     errdeavoting���to���-r^eTr-trtcreasmgly���asked���by���con  force a Referendum on the School Board  $90,000 deficit was widely circulated at  Port Mellon and was signed by 43 sig^  nators. This petition which I inspected at  the offices of the School Board was handed to a friend who is employed at the  pulp mill but he refused .to have anything to;clo with'it. Did the union bosses  have' it 'pushed under the rug fearing'  public reaction would damage their-  .chances .of  .siiccpss... with   t.hrv   Rftm-fthlinti  people, recently it has been answered.  Thie club of Rome asked Dennis Mead-  -owsT._a computer expert in System ^Ana-  lysis, to find out. He used all available  knowledge and expert opinion and fed  this into the M.I.T. Mega Computer-  thousands of .-hypotheses-were used^-all 7  ended   in   collapse.     Using.   the   present  OF GENERAL MEETING  The annual general meeting of the  Irvines Landing  Waterworks District will be held at 2:30 p.m. March  ;26/1'972rirvihes''OndihW '"*"'"'' T"  ���>.    C. FAIR,  Secretary  IRVINES LANDING  WATERWORKS DISTRICT  u���Wc,lncs<lnys.,��t,Sccliolt4,���,���  on H.C.'h Sunshine Const  by  Powell River Noyvs Town Crier  Sechelt Times Liu.  !)<>;. 310-Seel.oil, B.C.  (iulmurlptloi. Rules: (in advance)  Local, !fif) nor your. Beyond 35 mllcfi, $7.  U,S,A.,$i). OvcrNCKS, $10. ��� -  ���Serving'the-ar?a from Port Mellon to Egmont  (Howe Sound to .mis Intel)  The Rhyming Philosopher  Harry W. Fletcher  NECESSITY  Oh, l\l love to take nips on the ocean in ships,  Ami  lo fulhoni  Ihe  following  wave.  To shake oul a sail in the grip of a gale, ~"  But  I  never  wus  one -to  be  brave.  Ami I still have a yen lo be captain of men,  'And  encounter��� Ihe^lhreitlenins  foe;  To lead in the fight for the true and the light,-  If I ever had courage lo go.  Oh.  what  would  I  give lo he able  lo live  As a pilot  of high-flying planes;  lo coiu|iier the air wiih u devil-may-care,  Bui  I  never was n,o|ed for bruins,  To Mniddlo a  horse as a  cowboy of course  .   , ,Wiis nlwiiysa dreiun of niy youth;   I loved io fomd. words about rounding up herds,  And Hun's nil I did, linn's Ihe Inilh,.  Yes. iheie's many a mini stalls oul wiih a plan  lo emhelllfih  his, name with  renown;   Vef the world never lielli's  ihut ll wasn't his Tours 7       '    ���    '  But necessity's wind kepi him downl  ^niiiiiiiiiimiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiii  Sid and Margaret Campbell  ,'���     ; -��� '���'���      ...   il     ���,   .       '���     -.      .,������-'��� |   ������    .   ��� . >;-   i    .    ������:- ���     Wttt��'-   ���"���-��. 11   ,    ���      ,',       <7- .    :-      ,    ���; ���V,   ,'���<      ' ' 1 .7 :. ��� -j,    .       ..���'���> 1    '        1   ,,-��� ,  are pleased to announce.  por,cnase of fne  SEAVIEWMARKET  wwm^*immw��)&mMm#pM* I \ " M Sw I.. I P*��3^,I��M���.^#J��ii��.M>j,i^*i  llllllllIISS  a  u  M  :  ���  I'  E  Phono 886-2467  'A  TAKE OUT  SPECIALS __  FOR EASTER  grade a young  tuRkeys,:;::::::,:ii>:  LADIES AND CHILDREN'S  WEAR   CLEARANCES  3J!/3%"  LADIES'  DRESSES  50%  OFF  OFF  .NPyELTX-.  ITEMS  aroi^!  SID and A4ARG  -wooid-l/ko^fo  extend an Invitation  ���-fo-qW-tho-fosWents���  of tho area to  : :~dtoZ2and:::::  .sayJikGllc/LatidJakQ  advantage of oui1  i  JahQzoyM^ppcJah._  Centre issue? The signators pleaded that  they were protesting the prov. govt's  Formula" to which I can't think of a bettor angwej:, than "Tell it to the Marines"! ...  If I had been in sympathy with their ���  aims a slogan I could have offered would  have been, "Three Mills for the Muscles  Bui, Nothing for the Minds''!      '     -~.     .  ��� ATter these experiences nothing Mister  Allnut cap say. will alter my belief that  the unions en bloc are as previously stated self-oriented, callous of the needs and  prpdicamonts of, others and .ftct; strictly ';  in their own narrow interests.  fi.   BIRCHENALL  Drug abus:e  Editor, Tho,News  Sir: II, is uncomprohendablo that in  such a short spacq of tlmo lhat lho young  -people, ol' this.community -have been* dev-*'  ��h Wiled  by   thu  of foci,',  of  nn   intake  of  drills, Those young, people will bo, scarred for iho rest, of (holr livos and'others  cloud, IT HAS BEEN PROVEN,  How irui'iiy .nioi'Q avoids such us those  aro-going lo Wiko place before tho general  public nmllzus the effect of drugs legal  ""'und/o'r Hloga'l       '"���; " '"7i ; '- "������  Tho1 Lodaln commission sooms to loan  ralhur hard on lho' legalization of marl-  Juana which for most drug users scorns  7tCl*;CUiCn"'fiCRtonplhg ptono~ \t\' ft long  lino of clruijs avnllahlo lo bo tried. Por-  haps tho "lognllznton of mnrljunniv would  bo a good thing, It would doflnltoly loavo  moro room for oxploratlonnnd. |iopofully,  ovontunlly, caaHntlon of us'o and' availability of "hard drugs" such m horoino and  molliadi'lna .(spoud),, ,,..,.  Whoro Is I his golntK lo slop? How long  Ih It going lo bo boforq lho.public-roaIl/,(m-  ~lhld-th'Uij-alHiHo-haa^io��ooonorr)luulrH����hil��"  <)!��� Iiiiol,loclual lovol, Drug abuHQ lias |)o-  uoniio uh uuminon as a morning > oup , of  coffoo,  (Mrn.) CHERYLE-ANN K JAY  Disappointed  Bh". I wish lo congi'alidaW) both you  . -and ymu' HWU'f-on youra'ovorago of thu nl-  An nn oulnldot' wlio owni. prnporly ul  ��� Seolioli, I libpo, boforo many yoarw, lo  inalui my homo-tlioro, - - ~ <-..-,���   1 luivo flvci c'hllctron r'tnuHiH In ago  "IvTnw Hovomo",."HoV'��'nlu��n' yiiiu'H, Two ul'  ^rdw^rj_.ra.tes_for_ population and industrial  expansion, the computer predicted  total  stabilization of population and industrial  activity will give us the chance to survive.  - -Gan-we-ehange and abandon this concept of growth? Wo believe' that we ,can  if enough concerned people can see the  problem so lhat a powerful lobby (nonparty) can-bo..builL.up..tQ_asSiat_and7Mlp  the politicians pass the crucial but unpopularlegislation that, is required, To  this end we have formed a Survival  Group in Creston with these simple aims:  7; 17 7To",4'identify,:"1 and;" understand 7'thec  actions and attitudes which threaten our  survival^ both immediate and long term.  '7 Z, To promote understanding of. tho  effects of these actions and attitudes in  our community.  3,  To  counteract  these  by   whatever  moans possible.'  �������*,vyorthereforernppeal'��to'*all-concei,ned'  persons to join u.s in this endeavour, Write  tq.u^ fotw youi- own firoup^ or join tho  loca" 1 anti-pa Hut i o n ~ g r ofip*" aIicl * broad 6 n  its scope, to include population stabilisation. Wo need concerned people who wW"t"|  write  lettoi'H���-start  now,  by  writing  to  us,  r 'y: ������-Pi:esldont4-Dr,"7PETEftrJ7'NUI^N'.  HOME HANDYMAN PAINTING  ^IWWHMWiWWM^MMlnmiMUWMtnMfMWtnMJ  ���',.  NYGREN SALES  DEALER in GIBSONS  On tho Wharf...   886.9303  Quality Houso and Marino  .      . Paint,  WE'RE  ���fnri^rrtxfifsr.-sxiiiiisi'  .,'.../. ,   store H0'URS':~7"rTT : ,; '     ;���;  it , , '       '   7  h      Mon&qy to Saturday 9 a.lm. to 6 p.nv;���.Smtdqy 1 p,^i;;to 3"|>.m.  LaflwiBniiinniniiin^^  my, hIi'Im ii ro In tho llguio skalihg pro  griun and my.lwo boyn nro In lho minor  huckoy loaguoi 1 do not axpoot or parllo.  iilni'ly want a Karen Magnum-un or a  .Bobby444,Oiu'.-Uul^l4^diji-H<it-.both��|)loaHiii'a  unit imvI lufaul luu waUshlnn both '"my owii  1 svim illniip|)i)luti}il on jiooJuk Unit Hid  riH'ronliun coiitro proposal  wan dnfouttul,  ,^puslHl711!^1hc^n^n^v^S',1,'*^nnonfl*"wc^c,  o(|ually an juHllflotland 'mwolflnh im tluwn  Who promoted tl)l�� project,  ������--M*toMett-Mid^tlfltH^^   -nho,4n-~population and,,rU'PfV ��|h y,(H" ����'<V  ��� thoroforo'tho tf��x hilrdon lifimpl'nKlmatfflly ������  J    thu miiiio, This scnuon IP70-71, jnur Income  from lho arona. wuh. $12,700 whilo. tho.ov-,.-  i,i,po.nu,lluru ,was, ^2,1)00, .iSo you can sco, ,  GULF  -PUIUDINQ-SUPPMES  SUBTliE PEAUTY WITH EXflERIQR STAINS  Part I.   ,        ������ I' ��� ���  rmost-'beaMtIfMl^populg^gnd^mcncq^o^t^lor bulIcllng ma-  wt<3rldls7^There*are-q^nMmber^of-"p7o3I^^^  protcq"1 and beautify Q^torlor wqod, Ep/.J,h9..hete'9W^  wants a tpucH of subllo','cbr6rwhlc'K''stiir''dllitiWS(,,th*Q"hQturol '  grain and te^rMro' of the wood to show through"*���lho Cana-  dlan! Paint* Manufacturers* Association- aupgostSftsithat'^emi-  transparent stains are, lho answarl'  * Jhoroaro-two main varieties of oxtorlor stains available..  pcnGfratlngsralns penetrate and color tho wood, qccontuatlng*  lho gralnpatlarn while adding colpr. Thoy loavo II11 lo or no  surface film! OpaqUe stains contain plgmonls and cover tha  ^urfacTmorbnTiairi5o^^  |t��n*MMMMM��ntwi*MM����n��*m'MM��nf��n��f��*'i  Morgan's  Men's Wear  Work Gloyo��   ������  SECHELT, B.C.  -  THE NEW  IRLY-YARD  THE SUNSHINE  ll.  686-2283  ���"'"��� ��� '��� ���"    " ���   flat Imparling little II any sheen, Their uniform color partially  obscures tha wood grain pallorn, but dpos'not oblitoral'o tho  natural surfaca ta��luro of lhe wood, '  TaTr2~noxrwflolr  mnmmimTif*Pi.'.VttV?T"m?m'V!m***mmm'MM'%mn'l%'''^^  ELECTRICAL AND ROOFiNG  ^Do^lt-*Your6ol(--i--or---��VVo'll -Do Jt.*l:ok-You'^,*���.,  E  Services-  -- 805-2021  ; P,Q, Box 798, $cchoHy;D,Cr  i   -   < ���*.,. ,;,.,'...,. I,.*1. ;.���.'  in is' >i.. i' i  TWIN  Cf^pK  ^^BUItDINGi  SUPPLIES  .x~..,���.������^y01)^,,~,���,,���;.  "'"~GTIclcJ'oh Valnts  Dealer..  Two Locations  SMtajH*^Hliit(mBB(  .fy>,l  ���~*��-tO"fioirYO'  I  you  "SuniifilnQ "CflaSf  WWW'Umu.iu'Hi'ifWWr'*  886-2291  HWtww (|*tl ^^J...  miWnrtMfi,  005-2200  *j*nritwfy*>wvrm*w*^  *WJ*Krt<*#W*rtNMt>�� fl  -#%l|^8MrB��l��������(*Sf^  imw rn'mm^^'iimh A��*4��*Pf *  i| i " '  ,      '   <    .    "l^HlllH tM '*'*"'   '*^'Jfti '  V" "���   V"'j j; ��� '"/,.  *mm��m^mmimmm^m<i^<m  mm"  *4*4*4#w  m*nm*m<��*mm-l  ,n*\*fi i  TiHT  i;r���fi  ' :4r  smtmmm  mtfiff��pg��_i  ���fiitf *iiyHii'nmiiM��imiHiii|iiniim  TCIRf  7   '' *f>,  I  ���'  If  ...^MfVjKhf. ��,  '( V 4)4 ��ton)l't,"l   h   .1 ,  .'\\     ,. 1   '  *Wf(l^   1*  .   ���'���i'i*,',  K**^  **Vffi,  *��w*ft������M��(#e*��^^ Hospitality                  7  Homerbaked goodies tempt the palate    tracted about 120 parents. After visit-    a refreshing cup of tea or coffee and  and also help raise funds at Madeira    ing all the activities., parents/,,Vere    enjoy  the*trampoline    display, and  Park Sohoql7s__open..house_wh\ch at^.^i;bl^J:D.;.relax.ia.ih;e.,gyjnnasiuiii Avith���folk-singittgr '������-���--���'���-'������>-:------���'i~~  Good Boys  Be ng  especially  good for  Madeira supervision  oi'  their    teacher  Mrs.  Pgrk's  open house,   grade  one  stu- Talento, the youngsters demonstrated  dents Trpy Scoular and Brad  Hig- their ability with colored paper, glue  gins are7busy. making paper cut-outs and paint and it is surprising just  for their .pictures. Working. undeMhe what they were capable of producing.  Over MQa^mi . . '..���  Peninsula Times  Wednesday, March  Page B-7  22, 1972  M&<ieis<Oark Elementary  ..Blake C. Alderson D.C.  ClilROPRACtdR.  7   Phone 885-2333  Wednesdays and Saturdays  TO a.m. to 5:15 p.m.  _��  MADEIRA Pariv'feerttenta!i-y School held     illustrated; by   a   class   taking   arts   and  It's 0i>#: House 'Activities  qnd "Bake    crafts. -Speed-o-weave,a quick method.of  Sale7Thursday afternoon. A tremendous    cVeating.coJorful placemats, centerpieces,  turnout of over one hundred people visit-     bdffett or vanity sets by stretching yarn  ed   the school - to -observe -the   Cultural-- -ar^und_naLls._7which_ are _ attached_to_  Opportunities   Program  in   progress  nor-     specially    shaped    wooden    frames    was  ������.Eor-eCtuick-Results-4Jse :Times_Adbtiefs  mally, the last period Thursday afleruuun.     another  fascinating  art-displayed.  Parents and visitors saw primary students it  was  an   informative  afternoon   en-  doing egg shell art, making colored shell     joyed by all who "attended.  =. pictures, of_ animak  ar^ .obiects,7Further       The.,bafce...Sale. of .cakes, .cookies^coffee^  advanced primary students were cutfmg bread   and   bung   contributed   by'  and pasting flower pictures on styrofoam       ^   ��� $     g  trav  backgrounds or using empty  aersol y- ���   & ..  cans and dressing them up with colored Teachers, students and guests  all felt  paper to make attractive dolls. Students    the afternoon well worthwhile and a real  workbooks, some depicting creative writ-?  success. -   _ - ���  *_ing..and language.arts..were on. display;,.  Grades   two   and   three   classes   were  practicing different forms of art for making pictures.  Grades four to seven mingled in other  Harvey funeral home  ltd.  =:^^rWrvi^he"^arishine Goast  A COMPLETE CHAPEL OR CI JURCI1  ;t- SERVICE AT MODERATE COST  ,�� 7i.^Roy- Parkins,  Funeral Director  A MEMORIAL SERVICE IF DESIRED  Phone 886-9551  activities  offered for  their interest.  Stu-  ! dents  were   seen  playing  an   instrument  called the recorder under the instruction  of Mrs. Thompson. A chess tournament  took place in the library. While refreshments were served in the activity room, a  folk-singing., group accompanied onvlthe  guitar b,y, p Mr,. Bulmer., entertained gue^s,  Later jacdisplay, o:^ trampoline skills were  performed by. .many of the students. ,The  seniot choir,. Under the 'direction" of Miss���  McKee,   impressed ��� all   the   guests   who  ...��� .   ���  7' 7 7 ��� ���  Busy,People?    '. .  /,V .." ,.   .(���      ,. .. ,   heard them ..singingJtemaica ,,Ear.ew���eil, and...  yery. selective with  their  egg-shell    prefer eating the egg," and, Je^efltyv Shells  Result is plenty of variety in   other, selections  pictures,-7r-yrone-GampbeH-Me-lots���Thompson��� is���busy mining -brown7^rade"~one^art^aTtivities~at_Madeii a       r*_���,��� ���i��  of.'glue on his pictures j while Jeff   paint because he prefers browit eggr l Pqrk School  v>bk  is nol Mm   that lit   v'ouldn't ' '   '  Vf p,--irn��  * \t* I * * 4  '.  *: 9\xh   ��' *.v^v/ Mw A  ��  . *. y\ * /��� '��5p^? _w_wjlw _  Ceramic class, taugnT~biTTllna War-  nock, exhibited some of the hand made  trlicles. showing., the pinch, coil, slab and  mold,methq<Js;.,pf n^akjng,r<?ugh clay, into  finished'' pottery. 'Trie*"''articles���'mus't, 'be  iormed, then dried,, fired, glazed and. reared at. temperatures around 2000 degrees  fahrenheit to virrify the glaze"ahd give  the glass-like finish to the final product. -  Macrame,   the   ancient   art   of   tying  dring,, to.make^ecq^^^  cess,b'res : such as bqlts  or jewellry\;'was; ���;  Westminster  bell ringer  TEN"AnffHphmon; from' youths  ^ tO*oJ^M^^nML,94.nJ'.lv  In  n  circle in   the" hoi fry"  of  Westminster Abbey In London,  Ten'-n'opcR-hnng.above dhem^^  ".Harold Pltsiow, a sbort, lC~  yoar-bld man with plastic  bands holding up. his sleovos,  tuqs on his ropo and utters  the traditional starting phrase  to 'the boll rlri(?o��;s, hchas' led '  for 20 years; "Treble's going.  She's gone,"  -And   "Treble,"   lightest-of.,  tho Gothic chin-ell's IP "boHR, '  rings   out,   followed   by   the  others <o start ono of Mr. Pit-  alow'B long, intricate peals,  As honorary socrotary of tho  Todbv���Torvv *       * - ��� / ** ���   .������-���',_ ' Company of Ringers at this  ii was    tonsv���turvv  w o r l d for   Arts Council announces return otMqnonettes ,..,,.,,>,, famous church,, tho retiroa,  members-.of tho. Madeira l'ark Bio-    SUNSHINE Coast Arts Council h p>��iw<V,".'ttny to thrcojcot tall and ��ro cortaln to' browory oxocutiyo rom,en%QrH  MViUUyin   VI   u��i-   ��*��"'�� [ , .       �����������,,,,o���     H     ,,,111   ' hn    n.nihni Inrr      rlnllrdil.  nhlldwVii' nf   nU   n ,mn Kroat   PQalfl   Of   tllQ   paSt���aild  ���'.^rcoSna^  ./M^tKm^nrttVi^^ -  ��� , ~-      ��� =��� ' T"  ���1,..�����,,.J,,.,.^~.,^lu.J1.;,xJ.^ll,,,,.,��CTBgWr, , . Iti^   nol ;thnC' easy,   Thoro  nro 40,1120 possible "chnnnoH"  ^-or..jsoipblni\UoDlUJ)l ..HBl^'W.......  ~,forrrln��lnitrelahH>��>)��H��i-7?��M,"<i"'  ' aro tho key toiirout boU.ruiK-  lnfi, but Mr," PHntow doonn't  ".rapont uny^'chaniioH'' durinK a  po��l, oven if U lasts for bourn.  ���x'II'h- ftii-ln-y ouivJiwad/l-lhc-  bonpootuclod f{ranfatl\or nayn.  -S��rr^l^^^40-  BINCO  ,77,,,     .        ,       ,  .��  .1 II  |44,W.M^*���U^W*MI^W��JUm^R#iw,P��^.^^,^l4w.4,H4.4lin,,I,,.,,���.. 1,1  I ' , | \   I '       ' II'   |  nftf pB��l*.,*4<������,ilW,i^"4lSc^,r^^n��mJ9Umr|  I ll ,'* '"'' i<.'  ftHHUftt-i^EHiRALMIEIIHG  ,1 ' , .   ' 1  .' ,        fl     I    I "f i I 1 t  A.phorexaa:be.aJap^cl<Jpme.  I AtM^^Mi^MWWW^J  P W^ife^-^i^i&fttea^  I *wt,ur.'ft'iKHnwt^>���b><***')  JACKPOT $125  SUNDAYr-MARCflfafrth-fPiW^O-jP.M.  iimmt'*fmmmmf*^ig��v*.mjj?mis|0'*A',^"''M''A"I1 W^'l^'rtRHI\ll111M ITPV *"' U A' I* | <'��s'w*w��';'7,K*f**i,*"'**s' |  " t1'   ' '>   . .,' '''    "|( I'I i   '! ,.,RornQmboriholoottimoyouplacoda,,��,���RQmombQf.how,YOu,wQnt.tbr,buQntnQ���   ionaiii0tanco'pnynrcairnomQr^���-conyeirewmnwrby uit suwurmia it ror  hdiiralatar?  \':'f971UnAndlt''-&tfailahl&:t0t';lhkp&Gtl^  Boll ringing at* Westminster  ,flurroundln��(coronatlonn, wbiob  ,    havo bcon bold at tho churclv Romombor tho foollna of flntlcloallon       ���     ���        ^  I   Tor- nimoRt^nnr^m^wr, ,   ' and iho flash of Joy when yon hparcl,     n^fwmwi r���nr-  'PitBtQW*i��di\n��irinK��nR*��*��*iiwi*,**��''^ f^��rtrt^|r*�����***wi**,^*mw,w,,**��~'*,^^              flftmombBrtonriono*  10153 coronation of Queen Bl^-          ' ,                                     ' ���        ,,,',''  nbotb II,  wmwmtmtmmi.Mfymwv1'*'  WIWwml��^jMiilf��T.W  RHTB&  ,��fn*pwn ��np,t.����,*^�����ft* ��  $10 DOOR PRIZE  ,. M . i.     , y*.  wbhw**.*)^ inftyi f<n*f*>4,.  ,J**^U^-rtU4,  7  7!>"7,^lVj7  A. D. TURNER, .Seqrofqry  ���    '   '; ��� ���    i w .,,. ,.,,,�����,...I,., ',1        ,t, ,  '"-UJ5E kTiMEB'-ApBBlEr)3,"T1'*' - -  ,m����*��y>)&m'  I timliiW  t.   |'  ��^��A*WWPWWWWWH6^^^  JL  a^  m^tjfim^mtrm.  fat* y v ^-r* -ipl^f 1 f^)   r   ,  *. h ~  TT'  "���"���f  -r--;~^ ": ���.,,,,!,,;;,,,:;���I,,,' 7, ,  j 4 H14.    4 , ' , ' '     , *      ' | >,.,!,, j |*| " 7      , i  ',,       "'l''  l'    .   -    I      ."'    '       ^*  [,*m~U .1    I'   ���   I    '*!������*. i.lt&l;.. .   .,., .. ,,   ,  7> >,),'.   (if^1��H,4W��W,4����*4|��4��^,tt[^(jl*t^,, , ^ |, U.'.l (����'��*  �����> ������   -l    <1  l��l  '* ,' ' ' >    ��fl'4y'  ' ,,.  ��   , * , , ��;>     ,'  ..   ���!     ,  /   ���.,        ''7l,  I,,. 4ll��,/     l        ���        J      ..l.',-,   I,H      *,..!��� If,   ,..'),..     Jl.  ' ' ��� ' I .       , , I 4, I   '       I      ,       , ', 1 ' .       - .'>'..  _4mffmmmtimm^m  &mw$mmmmmmmm  I  -anti  1 '      .  WlWlNi4p4l',��4T^iiW,Wi^4, --���)<*��'���   ���  Around The Harbour  MRS. NANCY Schutte, residenUof Gunboat Qay and'an. avid novel writer is  intjaxBAted-m-^ai'tiiiu ah Advanced) Writer  Workshop'or would like anyone interested  in instruction for beginners in writing to  con^H'Tilir^iTTBT-W'r. "* '     '    '   ENTERTAINMENT  Totoy Talenlo look the over-all high  single score of 248 as well as the high  three of 639-at the bowling club Wednesday evenings Marilyn Clayton bowled-the  women's high single of 223, while Jean  .Robinson with a 547, took the women's  high three total. Road Runners ran away  with the team high single of. 1109 and the  team high  three of 2989.  The Tuesday evening bridge club (net  in the Pender Harbour Hotel; Mary Led-  4     ingham look the evenings high score.  There was a good turnout at the Community Cl'iriVs first move put on in the  ���Community Hall'in Madeira Park Saturday March 11. One hundred ten youngsters and thirty-six adults turned out to  see Rio Lobo. The club would like to  thank Bernard Gerick, who did an ex-  v ccllcnt job of running the projector, and  all those who contributed to make the  movie a success. March 25 will be the  date of the next movie 'Vila Rides'" starring Yul Brynner and Robert Mitchum  termed as an 'adventrue drama dealing  with a little known incident in the m-  _ famous career of Pancho�� Vila, the legendary Mexican revolutionary hero."  v.  The bingo committee" of the Community Club announces there will" be prize  increases i'or  the next  few  weeks  al the  _-_ .Thursday .evening bingo games held in the  community   hall.  _ Mrs.   Muriel   Cameron,   883-2609,   has   --roalewa-l-for sewing and���wool, for knitli-nff���.  if you can contribute your time and talents towards making any items for the  Spring Bazaar to be held May 6, please  contact Mrs.   Cameron.  BASEBALL  Pender-Harbour  Lions   are  sponsoring  ��� ������a-baseball team for boys 13 -and  14������-years-.   : Games will be_a4Tangcd with nthm- tp.-im-;  ���by  Diana  Bom ford���phone 883-2440  group.Practices  will   start  near  the  end  of March, scheduled games April 22 week--  end. " ���      *������  LIONS   CLUB  ..' ..LioBiL. International   Zone   19A's_   1972  Spring Conference hosted  by, the Mt. Sey  niouisa Lions  Club  will   take  place   March  24 and 25. Pender Harbour Club president  Gaylord' Merkle, vice president Bill Bom-  lord   and Yrank   Roosen,' secretary   Ray  lyra-l-t--and tail -tw-istcr. John Haddock jwiU.  attend    lhe   conference   representing    the  Pender Harbour Club. The weekend will  consist   of   a   banquet   and   dance   Friday'  evening   with   the   main -agenda'  starting  Saturday at 9 a.m. This will be. followed.  by the Governor's Banquet at 7 p.m.  Somewhere in your basement, there  are -goods and chattels you have been  saving for years knowing sometime you  would find a use for I hem. Drag them out  now and make use of the Lion's Club  'auction U> be held at the community hall  April 8 at 7 p.m. Proceeds from the auction will go into Hie club project fund for  youth sports. Phone Dan Bosch in Egmont. Nick Gerick at Ruby Lake or call  883-2513 to hayj^ilems picked up, or leave  them at  Lloyd's store in  Garden Bay.  SPORTS  Pender Harbour Hotshots resumed  their soccer playing Sunday March 12  when they played the Teemen at Madeira  Park School. They played .well on the  muddy field but  lost 5-0.  Keep trying  J&iJaws, ^,..^....,.,..������������- .���-   Nxiramata Centre .��. .  Sunshine Coast Guiders  attend Pro v. Conference  Page B-8 The Peninsula time*  Wednesday, March 2%, 1972  jyw|MMM��WWIW����.  EXPERT  jtfu*rtfwiru"HrfrPnff"*,"M^"MWrtHJ^ni,uM'  G1KL Chi ides  Conner ,  qf Canada, British Columbia    Tuesday  wi'lv a  session   in   human  rclat-  hosled    the    3rd... _Pxu_viinci a 1.  -ions..... The   afternoon   and   eveniug^_were._  Fishing is pickng up- in the Harbour  again with reports of several spring salmon being caught, in Bargain Harbour.  Live herring are available and if you  work at it, I am tpld, you could be lucky.  Two high school girls. Lor raj no _J3i lcifr-  and Janice Kingsfor7haiie--ttrfetn on the  job of coaching the Madeira Park elementary girls in basketball Wednesday  after school. The girls propose lo set up  a challenge soon between the elementary  girls and the grade eight high school  girls. r  Young  Author  The quality" of her writing has earned Miss Pamela Gross of Sechelt  an, invitation to the Sixth Anrfual  Humanities and Science Symposium  to be held in Victoria over Easter.  Elphinstone student  invited to Symposium  ELPHINSTONE'    student,   Miss     Pamela  Gross  has been  invited  to  attend  the  r Sixth   Annual   Humanities     and   Science  Symposium' in Victoria..  The  invitation  to  attend  the  Sympo-  ...-SJlim  ^  an  nbs^;.v.fir|.,was-jaxi^nHad-i^-thp-  young   author   following   her   submission  of a collection of poems entitled "Songs  of Solitude". The following poem is part  of his collection:  THE DREAM���THIEF  Sol Fly -you were slipping r  Guidors .Conference  at   Naramata   Centre  for Continuing Education  March   12 -  15.  Attending from the Sunshine Coast  wore, Division Trainer Mrs. Eleanor  White, .Mrs. Joyce Smethursl, Elphinstone  DisTftctand-Mtst Dqmilda-Si^eum.-Hbine--  chin   District.  The Provincial Training Commissioner. Mrs. J. M. Iluncie with he chairman  Mrs. D. K. Banncrman, were present  throughout the Conference. .^.   .  One hundred and fifty delegates from0  throughout the province participated in  sessions on a wide variety of topics including human relations, interesting child-,  ren in the out-of-doors, and the co-ordinating work done by Provincial Standing  Committees. Experienced Guiders conducted skill sessions in singing, games,'  ceremonies, international, handicrafts,  orienlerring, adventuring and back packing.  The Theme of the Conference was  "Challenge" Sunday, March 12 was the  settling-in evenirfg with a get-acquainted  campfire. The following morning greetings were extended to the delegates by  Mrs. C. E, C. Stewart, British Columbia's  Provincial Commissioner. Major J. A. E!  JdaselLJVR.S. AM7Q^M^yQhs��7^s^%J^^  ward Bound���SriTtSoT was the keynote  speaker for the morning. The Challenge  for the day was "Discovering Your  Space." v  In   the   afternoon,   as  s'ides   shown    bv    Miss  devoted  to skill sessions,  handicrafts and  presentatOns of Provincial Committees.  Wednesday's challenge was that of  "Caring". Mrs. A. M. James, Deputy Provincial Training Commissioner challenged  -us- to focus This concern on. "The Individual Girl". Mrs..A. F. G. Drake prominent  in Guiding activities in the Oganagan,  shared with us her "Joy of Giving Ser-  . vice.".  A gala luncheon, planned by the- Hostess Committee of Mrs. J. Ruhl and Mrs.  R. S. McLachlin, concluded a most rewarding and exciting conference.,  HAVE YOU HEARD OF THE  BAHAI FAITH?  Phone 886-7355 or 885-9895  A SPECIALTY  WITH  US  IVatc/i  Repairing  STONES  and  FINE  GIFTS  If't leap Yesh  '������.  WELCH'S  CHOCOLATES  ORDER YOUR  EASTER  BASKETS  *     NOW!  SECHELT JEWELLERS  Sechelt,  B.C. 885-2421  All Airline Reservations, Tickets, Tours and Cruises, Fly Now���-Pay Later  FOR ALL YOUR TRAVEL NEEDS  Contact Your LOCAL TRAVEL AGENT at  .,...,CONTINENTAL COIFFURES  TrairBay1Plaza7Se"chelt"or Phone 885-233*  a  follow  up -io-  .Enid Maynard,  from Sechelt and Gibsons. There will be  a registration fee of $3.00 to cover insurance. Boys interested are asked to  phone Mr. Gaylord Merkle, who will be  coaching, at 883-2777 or Corporal Alan  de SI. Remy 883-2528 for more informal-  ion. Corporal de St. Remy will be organizing the 9 ro 12 year Bronco team and a  Junior Bronco farm team of the same age  -A-NNUAL MEET ���   The South Pender Harbour Waterworks. District is holding its annual general meeting .at. the community hall Sunday March 26 al 2 p.m. The 1971 audit is  available for inspection at the District'  office.  A   man   doesn't   live   by   bpe'ad   alone.  He needs  buttering  up  once" in a  while.  Through my mind,  Expluring,all the treasures  Buried   there.  And then I felt you trip  And fall ��� y.  Over a thought:/'  Writhing  and/Screaming  '���'TilT'T"awo"3i���r  To  tho^ound  of you   Laughing sweetly.  Arra when I opened  Tlvly weary eyes - --  You crept out  In a  teardrop,  With  my dreams in  Your pocket;  And   my  soul  Inside yours.  Cuidcu:s enjoyed a nature ramble in  the'  vicinity.   Mr.   St"eve'~Cahn"rng,- NaluitrRsF  and photographer from the Experimental,  Station,   Summerland,   used   slides   to   illustrate his" talk on the Natural History of  the Okanagan. Mr. Wayne Campbell, Curator of the Vertebrate Museum, Dept. of  Zoology, -University of" British~"ColTiml3iar  gave an   interesting spssion  on  edible sea  life,   "When   the   tide   is   out   the   table  is set".  Evening  sessions, were--scheduled^for^  discussions    on    Program   and   Camping.  Many   new   approaches   to   badge   work  were investigated.  Following the Challenge of the day  "Getting to Know Each Other", Rev. I..  Cummings, Director of the Centre, opened  OPENING SOON  ushion  In the Old Shop-Easy Building  POOL TABLES ��� SKILL GAMES  'lOpejT'lWo^p22m  Saturday and Sunday  11     a.m.  BATH TISSUE  PAPERTOWEB  CRISCO OIL  APPLE SAUCE  SCOTT  Twin Pack  99  BERRYLAND CHOICE  14 ox   IS  4175"  %    tM!!5|      SUNFLOWER FANCY BARTLETT fl,    ��    ^T   11(1  PEANUTWflli  COFFEE  PORK PICNIC  WIENERS  Double Smoked,  Whole Fletchers lb  M . jv ^*JB*tSi^Ww*^,I|����ii^m.J^(I^MW:��';UW*��^"��  *_ it*, '���} W ** ������ jt^SWrtiMi^i j*,.���  M.|-'i*.s?fi^^iii3*W^-j��i>��iW^''^^**W*  Burns Skinless  1   lb,  pkg. .  SQUIRREL  16 ox.   BL,UE RIBBON  1 lb. pkg. ...  49  89  California,  ��v.  DuSKGi,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,  KETCHUP Hoi"  32 ox. keg  TOMATOE  LFTTliliF  Canada No.   1  ii i ( r  PI IP|JMr 1,014    M I I I M M I M I I I I I I I M I I M I I M M I I D I M I I II  ,,CaMf0ihnil.n No,  1  Head  ISO's ..4.  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