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 Lengthy record . . .  hffen years peni  a  lollows indecen  FOLLOWING   his  appearance   last  week  -ffl-^eehei-t-eotn-t.-befoFe-Judge CharJ.es-  emiury  assault  Mittelsteadt, a man with a long name and  an even longer criminal record was dispatched to the B.C. penitentiary for another three years imprisonment.  Roy Nickolas Peter Kenneth Mcintosh,  -afflMi-27,���Mdio-Jiad' been residing in thej  Egmont area was charged last February  20th after RCMP had received a complaint by the father of a ten year old boy.  The father told investigating officers that  he owned a week-end cabin at Egmont  and was up for a short holiday with his  wife and son. The boy had returned from  clam digging on the beach and subsequently indicated that a man had committed   an  indecent  offence   against  him.  In a statement to the police the youngster said he"lTad been accompanied by a  number of young friends who finally departed leaving him alone with Mcintosh.  The accused then took the boy behind  some rocks and attempted' to interfere  with him. Mcintosh discontinued his activities after the boy had struggled and  protested .and advised him not 'to report  what  had  taken  place.  Later it became apparent to the parents that all was not well and following  some" questioning the boy finally related  *7&H���4  the incident. Police were then called "and  -Mcintosh subsequently  arrested.    In court, Mcintosh entered a plea of  guilty and elected trial by Magistrate.  Asked by the judge if he had anything to  say" for' himse'f Mcintosh said he was the  product  of   two  broken' hordes;   he   had  _bean -interidevved .by _a_ psychiatrist and,  had been informed that his problem "lies  within". Further that jail would only  make matters worse. Therefore, he would  be prepared to take psychiatric treatment  possibly  once or twice  a month.  Constable John Simpson told the court  that Mcintosh has a previous record of  offences dating back to 1962. At that  time-he was sentenced at Coquitlam for  eighteen months for assault causing bod-,  ily .harm: In 1963, also a^ Coquitlam, he.,  was sentenced to two monthas-for theft  under $50. Later in 1963v"aT Cloverdale,  he returned to jail for 30 months for unlawfully committing buggery. In^ 1965 he  received a six month sentence at Merritt  for contributing to juvenile delinquency.  Also at. Merritt, the .same year, he was  sent down' for a further three months for  uttering a* forged document. In 1966 he  received a one year term when* he appeared in Kamloops to answer a charge  of theft under $50 committed at Merritt.  Again  at  Merritt,  he  faced  two  charges  "^TTrieft-snd  terms on each count. In 1970 at Kamloops  he received a jail term of two years less  one day for theft of an auto.  "In passing down sehTehce,~Judge"Mit:  telsteadt told Mcintosh, .this is an indict-  able  offence  which   carries   a  maximum  . pf. ten years  jail  and  whipping-^At  HErENINSULA  berving the Sunshine Coast, (Howe Sound to Jervis Inlet), including Port Mellon, Hopkins Landing, Granthams Landing, Gibsons, Roberts Creek,  Wilson Creek, Selma Park, Sechelt,; Halfmoon Bay, Secret Cove, Pendar Horbour, Madeira Park, Kleindaie, Irvine's Landing, Earl Cove,J:grhont  Label  This Issue 14 Pages ���  -H:ARGEST-aft���tfcA^teN^F-AN��^  Volume 9, No   18��� WEDNESDAY, MARCH 29, 1972  ���re  '. m nil it "am  ?T5��3"g  Gymkhana for AprOS  '''"TIMBERTTraJl' Riding   Club" is, planning"  a Gymkhana for Sunday, April 16 at  Barb Knudson's property on Orange Rd.  h^will   include  barrels,  poles^-key^  Liberal  Support  Coast Chilcotin MP Paul St. Pierre    Bill Sneddon, during a visit to the  purchases  the first raffle ticket in    school oh Thursday.��Mr. St. Pierre"  fund raising ��� drive to help send 15    acting  in  an  advisory  capacity  in  _Elphhistqne_ students to-Quebec, from    the students' project.  Elphinstone    Voyageurs    chairman   Chamber of^Commerce  membership increases  ���SEGHELT- and district Chamber of Com=   merco has  entered- into  the  new ses-. ������-  Pessimistic outlook  WORTHY PROJECT  Gibsons Rangers have undertaken the  project of packaging the Flowers of Hope  envelopes this year, not the Lo-C grQup,     _������.;.��� r��acr<:  week. The Lo-C's helped last year. Proc- Andeis   Liinden,  the..charges   yog3fifcws=46cg<r_previously  hole stakei SCuriy,--reining and- obstacle^  was one "of attempted rape of a sixteen Ribbons will be presented to 4th place  year old girl. You will therefore go to with junior and senior high points award,  the  penitentiary  for  three  years. .. Fees for members are 50c per day for  _-_t ;___ _^uniors,_$i-^er--day-ior-^eniors-Avith-a--$2--  of   Vancouver,   was    fee for non-members.  l:J7'ry-r'   *���"   <*��   Trim.���-.-   nf   Hope     fjjgd $300 and his driving licence suspen  Campaign  help the  local branch  of  the  ������Retarde^.children"s^Associ'ation.,--.-..,MTO-^--.  SEEK   EXEMPTION  Gibsons branch OAPO unanimously  supported a motion that a letter be .sent  Hon. Dan Campbell, Isabel Dawson and  Village Council, asking that senior citizens be exempted from any levy against  their  homes  resulting'"' from  a "mill  rate  ded for three months for driving while"  impaired. He; was checked by RCMP  March 11. Breathalyser reading was .29.  Robert Robson aged eighteen of Sechelt was fined $250 for driving without  auto insurance. He too was charged following  a  routine  check.  Members are reminded that 1972 fees  are due and iraveTieen revised io $t) per  family; $3 for seniors and $2 for juniors^  per annum." ������������������--?  A practice gymkhana is planned for  April 30th. Anyone interested in joining  the club may contact Mrs. M. Stanway  ar886-7123 or Mrs. J. Clarke at 886-7553.  Coast Chilcotin member  fields students queries  ^ion with loss of one mernber and "accept-  ance of nine new^memJaers^^Last regular���  meeting,. Wed.,    March    22nd  also    saw  a return to the ranks of a few long absent  members.  But for a  few  details left  to resolve  "the proposed boat launching ?amp~aFPbf-'"'  poise  Bay  is almost -ready for construction.  Mr.  Ted  Osborne agreed to  act as  committee  chairman  of  this^projet  untiL  increase,  in  the event that  a recreation  centre be approved.  PARjaN�����-������  Sechelt Village Council agreed at last  meeting to seek official approval from  owners of land between Cowrie Street  and Boulevard to clear fpr temporary use  as an auto parking area. It is hoped the  Chamber of Commerce might then assume responsibility for clearing and preparing, for such use.     v  Strike opposed  affiliation with labour  a shameful thought. Reminding teachers  .that if BCTF affiliated- with labor, they  T  to  DJFL' JAMES Hatter, Director, Fish and  Wildlife Branch, announced today that'  the 1972 Summary of British ColumBia  Noil-Tidal' Spoi;t Fishing Regulations 'fife  now" Being" "di'sVi1MtM'''tnf6u^ttDai?the''pro-v"  vince.  ,310,000 copies have been printed and  will Be availaBle from all .Fish', .and Wild-  rlife ��� Bra^  and public outlets in the next few days,  There are a few changes in the regulations and fisheVmeh-w  a copy fpr specific information covering  , the.7.ym^ ,  '''".7 ' ' ��� _���;  t ,���" 7   ','. .�����������������  "LET'S hit the bricks", was the comment  ,   echoed by Elphinstone teacher M. Bu-  6M illi '���_ Wi at.4a'sV Thuite'diiy.^ teachers'' 'r. al 1 y woukl have tdgo-ouVon sympathy-strikes,  '^'is_2_i_z"������'-��"' ���W^fe'n'-BrftiBtf Columbia Teachers*.Eedera- Mi. Ilbb'e'rtson' :said, ",if.. we are unwilling*  tibri P'resMent,Ada'm,/Robi3rtsbh:had but-' td 'pay'the fprifce," then  let's  forget 'it".  lined the significance of Bill 3. _,!_'_, r v>_- !" ;i   '  islatixm,,,wh^h-���-?'��������� BC.^^���has���noi^advoGaied-  . strike  was interpreted by Mr. Robertson as put-   . sfiike-aetiotyTgifp. M^,  Robertson;  it is  ting teachers', salary-   increases    in i'thfe :*^lso^ibtalto^etJilrhn^flVbr of holding a.  hands' .ol;, the, Minister' of Education.  It', strike   ballot. .The ' majority   would   be  also includes further restrictions on school siim and it would be suicide fight now.  Board's "operating budgets. . There will be no  precipitous action  he   "'"Repbrting-7jl6n':-;1i^''''Vancouver "'.m  where  at  the  end  of  two    hours,  Mr. '    Teachers are a conse.rva.tive group ancl  Robertson said, that seventeen organiza- the word "strike" does not have a nice  tions were united in support for BCTF in meaning, he said.  LIBERAL government's apparent resignation to Canada's high level of unemployment, was one of the .subjects aired  during last Thursday's talk session between Coast Chilcotin's Liberal MP Paul  St.   Pierre   and   Elphinstone   Secondary  School.senior students..,,..   Politician and author tit.  fierre  sale  that although he had not seen any paper  Lrfto"~wage"  cm-th  and price controls..Stating that-he-i& per*-.  sonally opposed to this, St.  Pierre said  there is no evidence to prove that measures adopted by the United States worked. . .     ._.  Asked .was   it  not  the   government's  duty to do something about the unem-.  (Payment siti^atipn^iSt. .Kerre said, ,that  -wjfeh money .is. pai't^-iM$pi;^^  plbyment it starts1 tlTeyinflatioluary :cycle"  going up again. He. referred, ip the W.set-  ern market which has a more sophisti-  t;atgd--TOonomy^gov^^  the  best  country  fortunate"  is  in  the  world.   Canada  as  most  ofThe  country  is"  completion,  he  will  be  assisted   by  Ben  Lang who has already^ done much of the  still unspoiled.  He predicted more activity in the  North and industrial growth but the  labour force will have to be prepared to  be more mobile. The future pattern will  be periods of working fallowed byperiods of ro training, whiehTwiH���ease���the '  strain on the labour market. Also earlier  retirement to make yvav for young-pa  pie. Automation will reduce the number  Jaf^ppoplia- pm ployed-on - production, but...  there Will be an increase irT people em- :  ployed in service industries. It will take  a delicate manipulation of the economy,  not to inflate or deflate out of all proportion.  " No doubt St. Pierre's observations will  trigger off lively debates among the students whose questions indicated that they  ~ are'iieti vfely' following parliarn^fitary deb-  ates. /  groundwork.  Welcomed as new members were��Cap-  tain Gordon Jones, Bill Rankin, Howard  Pratt, Charles Nicholson, Len Van Egmond, Dave Wilson, Jack Mercer, Colin  McKinnon and John Kelly.  . Dominion^Jlaj^jKill _eemain^B^miniQn_  far'asTChamber members are concerned. Letter from the Canadian Cham-  ^@.p^4.-.6w-at-t���4^on-to-a--*esoiu4ios  Hamilton, Ontario, Chamber of Com-  merce._��eeking .to. ha-V��_lhe_name -Changed;  -The������anadian"' Chamhpr sought opinions  of other Chambers with a questionaire.  Sechelt members unanimously supported  a motion tnat the name Dominion Day  be  retained.  The Chamber also agreed  to  support  letters from the Gibsons Chamber seeking toli free1 telephone service from Port  Mellon" to TEafls Cove. 'Also to 'BlC.. Terfi'eis_  "se6kihg7cdvered <walkways at "the Larigi-  dale terminal.' .  . . , .      ,,,.     ,,.���  its :fight'7 with the provinciaJ7government-  over the threatened^rempi/al of collective  bargaining  rights.  The  BCTF  president  POOR  SYSTEM  The   recently   introduced   practice  of  and where industrial unio'ite jVWi, very  little poWer and are' mostly cpnterned  with working conditions. Wet may Be obliged to follow this pattern and, thtyi people, wijl .screaiji that tlioy'are71osihg their  freedom, he said, it was when iSt. PierFe  was asked if the government had a plan  to move in this direction, that he replied,  he had not seen a white paper on it.  'labour1 market ''"'" '"'^ ���'"������������ ������" '-^.7; "���'   Stating that the unemployment prob-  Narcoticschatge  Landlord 4idn't object  to "anyone turning on'  -WHILE^FoTfduHirig'^^ a"'search''for stolen'    'discovered*0h''l6p"rof a''cabinet But'duririg  isaid   that  it  was-at  the' rally  that'1 He  -going to refrehdum'fof opei^tihg^^B  heard now terminology such as "let's hit  the  Bricks  tomorrow"  which ipeans  go  on strike.        --���-���^^..^���^^i .���-���, ....,.., , ,..-.,,.��  ONE'S CONSqiENCE  What  is one's conscience?  According  to an interpretation, known among Ari  amount? in excess oil that permitted by  the Pepartment-of ...Education, was also  criticized' by Mr. Robertson and teacheivs.  It was pointed out that in Vrctoriu  only 20 per cont of those eligible to voto  hud actually voted" on the recent operat-  property  in  a Gibsons home   RCMP  .,officers,,discoyered a number and assortment ��� of   smoking'  pipes   together   with  marijuana,  hashish and cannabis.  As  a  Pierre said that  the labour market  in  Canada is  increasing  at V.higher rate    reault a aibsona youth, nineteen yeai' old  Jhan7any-other countryrThtS,^he-attr^ "patr'ick'Brian Murphy! was charged both  buted to the post war .baby boom and  tho fact that an increasing number of  womon  ai'e  moving  Into  the  Canadian  SHAMEFUL   Mr,-Robertson, reported that, the labor...... .., ���.,,_��� -.. . - .������.-,-    ,     , ,. .-  zona IndiaiiH; "It's a little three-cornered    organizations  woro   not  concerned  with ing budget excess, In -this case (57 pur ^labour marko't. In tho past ho said, Can  tiling in my heart that stands still when    tlie quality .of education, only bargaining cent of the 20 por cent voted against llio *��*.*��.��  I amgoodi7but when-1 am bad, it turns    rights, Ho said tl>at affiliation with labor expenditure. Only property .owners can  arouiKl.rt"i(H.-if^L-kt'op-on> going r,.wron'gi-^:,h  soon  tlie corners wear off and it does    teachers aro thinking of affiliation just that about JJ por cent of tho people of  not, hurt anymore," '  to got, tho bucking of labor, then this is Victoria cdntrol the oducatloiv system.  i- '  acla"lvad"a"iow*lpercontago'*Qf"'WOm  tlie labour forco.  PESSIMISM ���'-"���'""' *w~*��.*'^.,.^>-=.  Pointing out that un tho tuujvl sceno,  young  peoplo  aro  pcM.slinlHfiu about  tho  future ancl now thOy aro told that unemployment   will   bo   u   problem   when    w|,om Murphy was reading at I  they havoj'oached tlie.ugo of-30rSl.-Plor,-'-. After .showinfi Builnsldo a fieareh  with theft ovor $50 and unlawful pojises-  sion of marijuana,  j. - * 4 - -   Appearing before Judge Charles Mit-  tol,steudt���.last7rue��duy,��,Murelu2lHt,,l:Mui,-.��  phy   entered  a  plea  of  guilty   to  both  offences, ' tL  Corporal'"'Umi ftlygem'i"u^T)T''"li'io~''^ll^',','  sous dotachmont told tlie court that on  March  3rd  ho accompanied  Murphy  to  the   homo  of' Mr.   John   Burnsido   with  lho time,'  warrant  ro was aHk9d,:wliat,.l)'oporhQ..cuuia,,.oi;for���hQ-oxplalnodthat'ho-wasrlooking for ti  Ho  said  that  we  aro  still   living  in     stolon Inpo dock valued at $09, This was  By7felerendum ������.*"���" ..:'������  School trustees tli.uk biU  seek S300.000 yyiunnsium  tttrucUon   In   thq  Socholt  DIM  thu* amount, of $^4^,01)0 wai-i iippv  triiRtoaK,'",lnBl:^w"oolrr'nnd���han-r-b<  warded to VIqIoi'U.,^or iipproval. lorla, will roHuilJivcorlalnijloaUvJo,thoHo  1 FhiuroH  quu'txi l'rom  triwtoo  (Uhcuh-    I'ol'oi'onda,  nlon, inuludoil.'ijKi()0,0,'l'  for oonstruutloi,. BC8TA t-lulud that tho oxooullvo In  of ft now KymnMHluni at WIphtnHtono. Ah    oloiioly  watohhiM l/mo voting 'pallorn un     IJ PmSaIc  nutomotivo nliop wi.H'also tohiio . AUrDllvI)  ,^. ^,(r,dftwnp.pVftrir^ .       .     ..  ,.,��aqulpplnH4hy^uutomoUvGvH"uiir^^ ���nnini' '''  an WIM),,    ;v'" ���'�����������-���'  - lo iHiHh throuhh Blil a, '       ' |*UHH  the way  the search the pipes and narcotics were  spotted in, a,,drawer. Murphy admitted  they ali belonged to him. " ' ���  Murphy later   made  a . statement  in.  .which  he,.,,,said ! he, had.,, been ��� walking  through a number of stores at the Sechelt  shopping  mall.   From   there  he   entered  a local hardware store...saw... lhe. tape-1, 7.  deck and as no one seemed to be about,  On   returning  to  the  home  of John  Burnsldo,  an  Elphinstono    High School   /  i;oa"cnoi7''M'uri)lir;*staCcd; "as "far as John'"]'  was concorncd the, tape-dock was inlno". ,  Ho said ho Idler sold the Instrument to  Dui'iisldo for $00, .  -, Whon united by a police officer how (  coniQ.howuH ablo-to have 'the pipes and / .,  .jyarijuana. |)rochlc's71n7th67hoiiKo?.,.Mui;'-j  phy r'opliocl,1 "John does not mind' anyone  turning on" so 1 look Ihom along iwhuu  1 moved hi.       ,. ,       ,        ,.   ,2',. .t ,  To a (iuomUoh by tho Jud^'o as to who ��� ,  Is John? Murphy replied ','Mr, HurnNido".  Ho also told Iho oourl that ho had llvod  In Iho house I'or four woolen or, so hut  is i\oV^ hack; with hi!? piirpnts.   ,   , ,  In handing down sontouco, Judgo Mlt-  lolHtoiult,  fined  Iho youth $100 'for un-  ��� luwl'iil iKmsostjInn.��|7 niarljuana,antl mi-  Hpondod huiHuihw on tho thoft ohargo  ponclhiH a pro-Hontoiu-o ropurt. Uo.warned  >-r  ;Trtmtoo  Hill- lyialcohn  roquonUHl; tho    __.���-.���  Hoard lp look into Iho need,for ah ad-��   n*iM.ufe��A  j^lUahnl^id��w��r��iQinu\,.��t-MuUdUui-au��VJi_.nH.:.^.^l.i}��^^  ����f    4����4-|..����  CQngrflfMlntlQinr  Must rotumcrt" from Powoll   Rivor tlrst plr^co in' Ihonnnunl event; Hub- Klwanls Music FestlvaJ|lw^vo'they  Music.Fostlvnl,1 .Yirginia and Russell   soil who \w w.��n ^ony ^wnrds.'for will tako iwt:ln;bo|,h wcqI, and gut-  Cunnlnghnm. brought with them lho   his toiHlonclng, also" wns , plncod tnrcompq1,ltlon. SlWlng In their hnp  __    , ..a*'1"' i i _ ' ,    *        _       _,   l        l      i _    i        _ t ii       i    I Ii * i nil    I II) I '      i 1 '   ' 1       ' '      A        _. m %    Tt A  tho flchool which���hui,1 an oi)rolmotU"0f;200'  HCioniM to b��' ovor-urowdod. DIhU'IuI mipor-  Ijitoiiddnl'.l't.'n; Hniinn'mUd ho will mako  i\ nurvoy and no.o lf.jlm onrnlnwnLDruJcc-!..  ^Iwtf^t'tfttrrfai-'iii i :ifumtiimr*~^-w'������  ' V'��Mitlliitirm  in  lluv opbii-aroa , oi' tho  , ,<Uivon.n!i'.)B!9mcntftry:. Se"n>oi.,.;igl.fliili1.n  piohloin and a lucal firm linn boon ankod  io niukd'H.Ktudy of lho nlUmtlou. Truntoo  ^^����!"^Mte^  !nUUI��W'i.t��.1'i.M.oik  ~if:on trlod with thu prcMontnynloin and  ^jt'lrhint'notnvqrkUiR'inur*���**���-������*-���'  ^L&T^QWN ���.��� .. v ���',... �� ..  "lllK build-up 'for a bin lot-down",  wan truslco Mulllftun'H' comment on a  lonKthy lottor from lho n.C. School Trim.  I cos AhhocIhUoii whloli mild thoro him'  boon  no, overwhelming  support    for  a  ��� ,������_      ���.,,..,,.. .,���.���.,.,,.;.,���!.- ,^.,.Ai4.JIUl"!"��.'.  ���wi 11 "invcnlTKnt ��~t 11 ��~i'itfMtflTrflVi- ^'^Tf-"J'iV'f lo w-7"  Inn tho tSouholt antl  Plulrlot  Roliwlod  ChlldroiVfl'"vino-of 1 ho annox at Madeira  ...Jl"!�� t'l-t^H^.H.jiwH4>^3Q^l;��fiijr In... Bo^ytomljoi'....  ^r"'TruliraQ* Tllf lTf^ M nTcToiTn^Kn I c l r lro -*i i n d or-���  niaildM Ihoro miiy hu an' onrolinont of lon  chi)dron:;hy:f3cintombor,.Mi;; nanna;,>v��nv-,  od lhat, tho uhlldroif woido! havo lo hu  carofully norocncd flriit and ho wlllohcuk  1��  lthJjidayl&JZlassitiedte  Mr, MiiU'ohu iilnn muiiuomIihI  that the  oard  inlnhi  like  lo  noiiMliler  , liuUllnH  ���eduiMillon .ii.uoUhkh In MadiMni' i^irk-oti-  occasion, TIiIh will bo roforrod to Educa-  tion  Con.iT.iUeo Chairman ' Mrn,  AtfnPfi  Lubonto wlio was absent from lant Thurs-  OayV mooting.'   ,"," 7   "   , ' \  Hoard iMiHlnoHii waH kopt to a mlnl-  raNDKH Dohixy Jto'vorB AinpllflOr, uxu��il<  . . lonl eondiUou, $135; Vox,.lmIll,.Wnh  Wah podal, ait1 now, $"''. Compauloii Fu/./,  liox, nti now, $18, ���   '���>  ���*7T/nioJj,Clo��kUletlt���(oach.40V��r���,2r500Tlionio����,.Pf,  (10,000 wTdorit),      '  ��� Tlmo* Classlfloda oo INTO \\)_ homoa . 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I'I"  r. i ,i71  iV*,yfV*'  f��^r>r^w^ff  <l.(,l,l,l 4  b1_\  \  I ,   |       ,  ���'    II  ''���"_ vt  _.A._  -Page A-2  The Peninsula Times Wftdnesdny/'Mnrfh ?0, 1972  *****t**m^*******+*******t*********************%***\***%*u*^^  The PENiNsuLA^we^  IT  "/ may be wrong, but I shall not be so wrong as t.o Jail to say whirr I beli.w to be right."  v " 7 ���John Atkins  Stewakt B. Ai.soard, Publisher Douglas CI. Whfki.I'.r, Mi tor  4gMIT..^��MrfW.nfWW.IwWaiMtf'WWWI*lf..*.W.i"tt'*T��^.Wre4��..M^ i  Takes   Two To Tango  NN 7  7* 7---* V  FOR THF. past low years under Ihe  guidance., of- sivretary-treaMirer .iini  Metzler the present school board has  successfully kept the annual budget down  to a minimum and drastically'cut, back  on what was blossoming forth as a massive empire. Memories soon grow dim  and many have already forgotten the  I'rivilous frills and expensive innovations  that at one time were costing taxpayers a  Sjiriall fortune. We were almost conned  into participating in a regional college  on the North Shore and very few of us  have any conception of what' a break  we had when the electorate in this area  rejected  the   proposal.  It would therefore seem the trustees  ancl secretary-treasurer are to be commended in their endeavor's on behalf ot"  the school district. However, of, late,  there appears to be some criticism directed at trustees from certain members  of the teaching fraternity and it is possible that some justification could exist.  _,The word is that thcBoardhas lost tauch-  with education a7i37~perriaps, reality due  to the. fact it has persisted in refusing  to "accept advice from trained members  of the teaching profession in regards to  educational   problems.  out consullaiion with educators.  __._.. ..Qn the other side of the coin there  is no reason why our elected representatives should have to sit back and suffer  the intolerably dictatorial attitude of a'  small group bent ort forcing its views  down their throats. This attitude leads  only to constant hostility. .  On the whole, both schooh trustees  and. teachers are reasonable people, each  attempting to carry out their duties to  the* best of their ability. Therris always  a bad apple in the keg and it would be  futile to suggest the teachers do not have  any. They have them, and although but  an extremely small group, as with any*  other organization, the trouble makers  and radicals never fail to bring discredit  upon the majority. The Board too is by  no means one hundred per cent perfect  and this will be a matter for the \oting  public in later elections.  The recent teacher's rally at Sechelt  revealed the few but vociferous radicals  -aftti���tt���lrcs--^tdy"\rrt"Ti t-hr���mm  majority to clean up house if they do not  appreciate what is going on. If.friendly  relations between teachers and trustees  is desired, it will not beaccomphshed-by  radicalism  and  arrogant  demands.   It   is  Ne^-one-trustee is hy .any stretch nf     n twn^w.uf__trrj_t ;in^ rally for tolerance  the imagination competent in such mat  ters and it is an absurd situation that  unqualified people should, in any way,  sit down and conjure up policies to be  adhered to by principals and staff with-  on both sides. Trustees have to appreciate the fact they Tare not educators and  Jhe :teachers_ need.. _to_ elect  mature"7iM  experienced spokesman to act  on  their  behalf.  VALUABLE COUPON���CLIP THIS COUPON  Trade in your old wig *���. New copies^ wigs in sto^k.  SHAMPOO & SET  $1.50 OFF  REGULAR PRICE  Srtfwwwi*vw*i  PERM-COUOR^BLEACH  $4.00 OFF  REGULAR PRICE  WITH THIS COUPON  CONTINENTAL COtFFURES & BOUTIQUE  ,    Trail Boy Ploio, Seckelt - Phgne 885-2339  This coupon yaliVrMoh., Tvtx^n.April 1972  TBBRSSr  opid Oil Stove or Heater  CLEAN I  Special 16.95 ends April 15, 1972  Check Oil Barrel for Water ��� Clean Sediment Bowl ��� Clean Oil Line  Clean Oil Filter ��� Clean .and Check Carburetor ��� Remove and Clean  Air Fan ��� Oil Fan Motor ��� Clean Chimney ��� Clean Stove or Heater  Pipes ��� Clean Stove or Heater ��� Check Combustion Air ��� Level Pot  and Adjust if Necessary���Adjust "Carburetor���Check and Adjust Draft  Fast - No Mess -  Vacuum Cleaning  Coastline Plumbing Heating  835,2021.  For Fairer^Representation  AMENDMENTS to the Municipal Act  proposed ��� to the Legislature in Bill  No. 77 by Hon. Dan Campbell could  give electors in electoral areas of the  Regional District, fairer representation  on the Regional Board.  At the present time, it would seem-  -that.in "some areas, a director only rec-  ognizes a Ratepayers' Association as the  voice of the people. This precludes the  electors who are not property owners,  and also ratepayers who may wish to  voice an opinion without being forced  to join a ratepayers association.  The   proposed���amendment���states:  Living. Sounds  Looking over their music in prepara- and instrumental group from Fourth  tion for the spring concert tour are Memorial' Church, Spokane, Wash-  members ot the "Living Sounds'', a���ington, under the direction of Elwood  high school young people's, singing.   Wi.dmer...     Gospel Church presents Annual Spring Concert  "LIVING   Sounds"   5th   annual     Spring  Concert, a 28 voice high school choir  and brass ensemble from the Fourth Memorial   Church,���SpekaHe,   -Washington,  ries, mental institutions and civic organizations. This year's itinerary from April  4-9. will take the young people to places  and Canada.���Contem-  mm  HAVE MOVED  Our new premises are  in the Glass Co. Building,  North Road,  Gibsons  886-7244 :P"  'The Minister may designate any electoral area as a developing community."  llL..aja_axea so designa.tj&d^-an-^-\4vi��ery  Council will be established which will  take the place" of, and have "the-powers"  and duties    of aiL_Advisory Planning-  ARE YOU  UNEMPLOYED?  'Visit IBPS Part Mellon  Local 297 office  Wed.  6 p.m.  to 7:30 p.m.  Bring your unemployment problems;  we may be able.tphelp, yog. You con  ,���������,��Q!s0�����:egist;e.|-1.���for.,ffjobs,������  Commission, and thereupon all appointments to the Advisory" Planning Commission  shall terminate.  Significant in the amendment is the  reference to electors which according to  the Municipal Act, could be owner-electors; tenant-electors. :or resident-electors. The amendment further states;  "The Advisory Council shall consist of five electors, elected*at the annual  will appear April 6th at 7:30jpjn.~m the  Sunshine Coast Gospgl Church, Davis  Bay Rd.. Da\iis-#a\7^  During spring vacations over the past  live. yearsx. the group has toured the  northwest presenting "inspirational programs for churches,  collcgos[  ponitentia-  -4-r���Waahirigtor  porary: music   and   traditionai._hymn   arrangements  will be featured.  Under  the  direction  of  Elwood  Wid-  rn'er,  a  high  school  teacher,   the  Living  Fourth Memorial. .Chancel  Choir.  Sounds musicians have recorded" twb~k>ng���  piny albums. Mr. Widmer also directs the  READERS' RIGHT  v. ,.:.n.;.K'i    ..a    son-:* "i.-Sti  SECHELT  PENDER  EGMONT  For  your   Real   Estate  and Insurance requirements contact  general rm^ct"ing; of8"ecTors of the area,  and they shall hold office, until their  successors are elected at the next annual  general meeting of electors, and they  shall serve without remuneration.  The annual general meeting of electors shall be held each year prior to the  end pf June, The first annual general  meeting of electors shall.,'be. at the call  of, and shall be chaired by, the director'  of  the  electoral   areas  concerned,   and  ' thereafter '".'.shall"' be 7it - t])^7 can : of -1 he r  chairman of the Advisory^ouncil,"  ,......,,,���Besides calling ...for..,, a  Public, Meeting of Electors, the amendment also requires that, a notice of the annual gericrul-  meeting he pufeUsl\c.U ia. not less than  two consecutive issues of a newspaper  ���pu bl i sh&d "'or"^! irc'u Intdcr-i iT"t lfcHrrc itT'T lie"  chairman of live Advisory Council shall  bo appointed by lho Aiivisory-Gotincil-  "rom among ils members,  The duty of Planning Commissions,  which in (hose newly designated aroas  will be replaced by a Advisory Council,  is,.to., net as advisors on matters of community planning,    '   "'     ' '  Piihllfilied WKlnoHdayr^  on H.C.'h Suhnhlao Count  by - .    ,  Powell Rlvor Nown Town Crier  Socholt TimcH.Md.   Box 310 -'Sceliolt, B.C.  ��� ,vSuhHorlpllon-Ralesi--(ln mIyiuico)   *ocal>Jfi4.por��yoaivJ}uyondJ,5unllos,J7,-������  U.S.A., $9. Ovariwrn, $10.  Serving the arttn from Port Mfellwt to Egmont,  - tltowcvoundJaJeMtxJnlaQi ,   Letters to the Editor are the opinions of readers,  and not necessarily thole of The Times.  A  nom-de-plume may be.  used for publication,  but all originals must be signed by the  writer.  Threats community's attitu.de to attempts by indi-  Editor,. The Times      <_     '     '     -.--'���  Sir; Glad to see they .are .going to get  tough with lawbreakers. I cannot imagine a more hellish form of slow torture  for a young convict, than-having, to, live  wfith an' old couple���and conversely. But  the scheme is handy as a threat.  "Now No. 12345, be good and eat your  spinach or we will send you to live with  an old couple."   ' 7  And   conversely,    "Stop   your   belly-  aching .about ,yciur, pensiuiuu    7seh'd 'yW"'(7'<!onvlct?':        '        ''   '  J.  S.  BROWNING  Scohqlt, ,.. ,..   Enthusiasm wanes . . ,  Editor, The.Times, "  'Sir:  Last  Sunday   the  Kwahtahmoss '>  ��Film��-Soc)ety*--prcaentod"���"'lhe--('-1900*'*rilm'���  ��� production of ShakoaRoaro's "YlacBeth,  1  was   RurprlHod   to   sue'" an   audion.i;e��rof:'^"  cSTT 1 y*"20"*bF'so7"' '"        "'"   '"''""'  Surely In a community of this hI/,o,  ono would oxpi'd Id find more people-  who apo lntoroHtod in a higher level of  cultural ontorlainmont than Is normwllv  found in a rural "area; Where wqro'tlVMif":  people"hiHt-SundayV-Who can.������complain ������   at $5" for four films?  I wonder If Ihln Im Indicative of our  "^Mualy  uu" groupS;H1,'q''inTproveiientertsdiT^-  xnent in this area.' At the beginning everyone is keen, but after a short while  enthusiasm wanes, and the project collapse.^. Recreational Centre enthusiasts  please take note. , ��������� ��� ������  (Mrs.) JOSEPHINE A. HAMMOND'  -Mitr^OHN-BftEEtt^  Residing in the  PENOER HARBOUR  AREA  Mortgage Funds  Available  OA3Tr,>OO.I  Box 128, Sechelt  AGENCIES LTD.  Xr^::,:,:;',,:^,phQiie''885-2235,  HAVE YOU HEARD OF THE  _ \^BAHAIJ:AITH?_.  Phone 886-7355 or 885-9895  KWW'$4*l'W4-Sf*W>����*.��**��*A'��4��,K^9*. ��^-iW*  FAITH WM BY  Sunday 2 p.m.  on Channel 6  PENTECOSTAL, CHURCH  Highway and Martin Road  '" ; "In' Gibsons  For the informqtionofresideiits-in the Powell River Sun-"  changes.:  SUNSHINE COAST REGIONAL DISTRICT  WATER AUTHORITY  s^tm^'W  ��  -^T^e~dQte--fQMhc-��tra^  I'ho p^^-j^p^^]^^pr^~(^'on' chlanoGcFfrom ��� March STROS1"  April 28th.       . .  ,,      All proporty owners are advised1 that If payment Is not mado*  arrpdr.1! nnd boar..lnt<?reist at.tho current rale applied to, SMch���ta��os,  -1- Sunshine Coast Renlonal District ' .,,.,,  (3px 800. Socholt, B.C. '       " '    ' '      '",, '.' ���    7" '   ���  : ���������������� - ' - ^ Charles F. Gooding  , ' ���" Secretary  .'  \\,   ' . .'," /Hid     ,'n��,    ~r\.t>��*'< ',   ', '    ,, f\ ' ,j      i X�� i' i , ,,,  ,i ',.   77,   it,      \ k r/  W4M'.fi'rti.?wirr rfaffaffL^A^^^i^ff  tUnri^I^^ii;,;^^^,^;;;;*;  I        ' i"'t'   ��� ,', t *     I ��,',(" i' , t i     1 *   ', , *' ftl*  ,,      'nHjf f     ^   ''  '   ,M 7        k .  fam _iMi,-_,,m,mm;_iii _.*_,\,_���_i__,\_\i,���___ii_ tmaitu .umi- iiirthnyin giinwanMninni irnnin n. nlirmtir i t,tn_eitai,i9itiium*k}in\n^t_iiM tiM-_ttnmmiWi_ri(MM_iit_��itm_iiwt<i__ ���iMmintr^iniiitiHiiiHrtiTiti^rhr^ ^Wiiaw^n.j-iitiiM^iiialrMitriiliWTrfiiti^rrirlimiiiriiliiiirifciTiiliii'^iriiTi'iTiri-il-Vrilri.iHi-iri tirrriji-li>iliiHirtT.TiiTiii'(va'<iLri>l����iim.TiinTiriil7i'i-��-if,��i  NOTECE OF MEETBNG  THE ANNUAL MEETING OF THE  ST.MARY'S HOSPITAkSOCIETY  WIPTBETIEUCrQN"  MONDAY, APRflL 24,1972  r.^.���...���.r ���������_���r���ALIl��JLfeA��.,il|!lH!l THE ^  ,__  SECHELT LEGION HAUL  'NOT|?jJ:ntltJo!f!^  -t"Tr^oTril^i^niell^r��dwlrv-  " '   (^2.00) for 1972, before the "commencement1 "of the* meeting. "   ', ��� ���  2, New members who Iioyo bopn registered and have paid Membership  7 cImqu���(^,0Q) for.|?72, NQT LATER THAN ONE MONTH PR! PR ..IP  THE MEETING.-  ��r~~r��iMmiw>ir  ^Hm^*rH"^iy  SsW'">i r'i>��'H.��..fi  l~*V**~vm.  ..'*"-  f*  Tho 1972 Flnanclal-StaTomont and Auditors Report Is now ayallablo aT   " Ir  ... tho Hospital for Inspection.  Any Society Mpmbor'wlshlno a copy of the Financial Report prior to the  |..,,.,m.eotJng,cqn obtain, samQ:from tho Hospital,, Copies v/lll be mailed out/,.  Upon request',  ���A tt^t.V.f J" ��*(f��*��^MM��^I*��)(()l  STr-/vi/\Rrs-Hesp/TAi-weeDS-youR^suppo^^^  4��^��bSB!ffl*^,WW4��al4W��4��W^e������4*)il    Nfr^^"f MTT*f��  O  C0*f*WB444��.VMMwA.^W4i.*4W 4 ^,. l-4ftf^,��l��WWMW,F)W44^to44Wrp^4^4ft^4q��4WWI4  . , NEW MmBERSmLLM'WtyCO^E   77 -. "7 "*,7    '  "" *'"���-;'';-"������"' ,\'St;,'Mary'a.Hospital''/.'  .,',���,, ,   , . MRS, E. MOSCRIP;'*; -  "MffN^  1. Resident fares pre now being sold at the Terrnlnals  and are ayailqble to p^  their resident identification cards at the Ticket Booth  at time of travel.  1 ' ' ' ,  -h.!..,.-".-    "        >  �� > *  2. Any member of a family travelling alone will need an  identification card if he/she wishesithe resident's rate,  It therefore is necessary for each family member who  expects to travel without the (lead of the fqmily to  obtain individual residenKidentificaitan^cards It  should be noted that parents or guardians cap complete resident's affidavits for minors. Identification  cards are how obtainable at the following locations:  A���-Tourist Information Bureou, Powell tflver, B��C,  _-.  Monctay.through Friday, 9 a.m. to 5 p.trtV    ",  Concluding Thursday, Mnrch 30.  B���Lanadnlo Terminal, Langdnlo, B.C.  ��� Pq8>Y bualnoas hour��. . '  \Jm~- ,.ttv MinnmiyV' ,��9<\ V rif'f'rf''Ml nmf'T"- full   pm   lin "i ��� 11 i.T tu ������ ���.-' ��� ���ari- ��wl i fW*!!1* w "I" wn>T*tr!"i -n ��� ,> ,i, .,.,,.���! .-,,.....- ,   i , i.   ,m^��>i*��w��vmw��  ^~r-Snltory B��y Tormlnnl, Snltery Buy; B.C.  . Purchase of comrnMter^ books will not be necessary  ...... any-longer, ���    ������ ( '���-'���77 ,-'  ,-v  r4^Commuter-tickot8-atilh|n-c|rcu|qtldnwW1irbirh15^^  v BR(TrSH7C0lUMfilA f^RRIES  -h,,.Y,.,Phono L'angdal6,aQ6��224^  \'Z '.Li. 7' 'V * '...rtf-   w*.' t ^^.W,',   ';',.''.    w  ��  7  htjvjjp^\1_^^^^^^__ ���QyM:\>.t____**} t* r^*.'r'^rJL'ft*tf.|t|lrttwi> ^'WM'tw" iVtMilji" <~<il lflt_*w}:  Umnh  -I Saltory Day 48^-9333  S^&^M* I  I* . '  if.      jfAVii1 ,1, |i(l *,l' ,i    �� i '   I  iiffian;yhi^iij?yAt'Uj;fr^yp^ tfW|' '*"'�� :M *t'^' H,f i ������ i  i i ,, ... ,,   -iri '     .        .   ., .       ��� i^ i, ,       ,.,... . 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I*!**1'  Outdates system  Mackenzie N.D.P. candidate  ation in B.C: '    ��� ,  Tke present government claims to have  a   pupil-teacher   ratio   of   25-17 however,  many of th^ge teachers are not classroom  ���Consultants,-���phsyek&lo^istsr-  Fishing around  teacl  X&1--  questions school financing  EVER since the turn of the ceuntry  when the British Columbia School system was created", our public schools have  bepn financed by a system of provincial  grants and property taxation. Is this system of school financing still relevant?  The New Democratic Party does not believe it is. The NDP policy is for the ,  gradual removal of property taxation for  ���educationrpu*f>eses7 ��� = :  There   was   a   period   in   our   history  "   when land indeed was the only source of   -  ���"'" wealth'"in o'ur province and  it was  necessary   to  raise  money  for  schools  from  land and  private property. However,  today",  our  provincial  revenues   (now   over  one billion dollars) include sales tax, personal  and^cor.poration  taxes,  natural  re-  . sources   taxes   and   royalties,   shared-cost  programs,   and     government   enterprises.  The   revenue  picture  in  our   province   is  vastly changed, yet  this  present  govern-  .    ment still imposes property  taxation   on  '   the citizens of B.C. for a myriad of services including education.  The pi;opepfy tax is basically^ regressive tax. It taxes larger proportion of  income from, those less able to pay, i.e.  people on fixed income and senior citizens. The results of the inequity of property taxation is most evident in school  taxation.  The needs of each school district or  board above those included in the basic  education program, are met in full  CnTougn 'local taxation subject to any  restrictions  imposed  by   legislation.  There is a great revolution in educa-  societyT^e^-^eW^aifcational scene will  tnd a great ��� diversity in the teaching environment and-teaching tools. The  present government, with its centralized,  bureaucratic -philosophy is- impeding development. Its finance formula is a "bookkeepers 'formula", 'hvhich calculates the  basic education -program on "provincial  averages"   rather   than   on   needed   pro  grams for each district. The imposition, of  local property taxation for school needs  is squeezing and limiting needed educational development in our public school  system; for yearly, school boar"ds are  faced with the problem of making* the  soectfic tax load, locally as light as possible.  _S.cliQQl_piopcr1y-_taxation-is���not-  nee-  speciaiists   and   administrative   staff   account  for many of these.  These people, while necessary^ make  the pupi,l-teacher ratio appear much  smaller than it actually is in the classrooms of B.C. ���   ��� 7  The one major influence on the quality  of  education in  B.C.  is  going" to  be  the pupil-teacher ratio, in the classrooms,  not the total staff and pupil enrollment.  ���"by-Don-Radcliffe  i��  essary   in   B.C.   today,   and   if   continued,  will cause furuther deterioration of educ-  -Bridal -^veils- -should���a-lways -ber-savech���  Later on they make wonderful mosquito  netting for junior's crib.  THE OI^LY good reports this week are  from Nor-West Bay. Springs are in  and seme of our' local fishermen have  "done very well. Johnny Irvine of Sechelt  landed, a 28 lb. Spring and got two smaller ones during the week.and last night  landed a 22 lb. arid, I believe, two smaller-  ones. Don Caldwell took*'3, 'the largest  18 lbs. Last night Larry Reardon got an  18 lb. and Mike Crammond,' sportwriter  for the Province -landed- a���15-lfeh--Spring,  All were evidently caught mooching with,  live herring,  at  various  depths  from   30  ft  to  80  ft.  and  as  far as  I  have" been "  able to learn, all were caught in the evening. , " ''      "   .  No^ one has contactea7_jne- regarding  "Tishmg~cbhdi!iohs in the Pender, Egmont  or Gibsons area. Secret Cove has no reported fish "this week, but of course weather conditions have not been too good.'  Let's hope" the weather and-the fishing  improve for the holiday weekend.  Another very good report is that the  commercial herring fishing has been  stopped in the 6uIf. I only hope that the ~  damagex has been minimal and that the  government now realizes how very un-,  popular its decision to renew the herring  -fishing���has���been^  ������^    7~  I would  like to thank all those  who  were interested enough to write and com-  The Peninsula Times  ���   .   vx .Page A-3  Wednesdcry, March 29, 1972  plai^r-tiTThe powers that be, whether in  a -personal or organizational capacity and  to tell them that their protests were not  in vain and that all of us who love fishing, owe them a debt .of1 gratitude. It is  ���nicexto know that if you shout loud enough they can sometimes hear it in Ottawa. I am not thanking the government  for stopping something that they should-  hever have started in ��� the first place.  Anyone who catches a salmon or other  fish of noteworthy size and who wishes  J^_.calL_me_and���tell-me about it, pteasE"  do. I will, be only too happy to listen and  publish the details71ri this Column. The  number is 885-9563. \ '  A-  oast Business Director  ACCOUNTANTS  W.  Philip Gordon  CHARTERED ACCOUNTANT  Tel:   Bus;  886-2714,   Res.  886-7567  Harris Block, Gibsons,  B.C. ���  ART  SUPPLIES  DALLIS STUDIOS  Candles, Macrame, Beads, Arts & Craft  * Supplies ,  ���GUSTOM-MASE-LAMPS   Classes In Resin Daily, Tue. through Sat.  Resin ONLY 10.98 gal.  Telephone 886-2069  ROSE & ART ENTERPRISES  ���Pottery, Supplies, classes & firing  dealer for Duncan's Ceramic product!  ->���      '  Pine Rd. & Grandview Ave.  P.O. Box 62, Gibsons, B.C.  AUTO  SERVICE  SECHELT HOME SERVICE  Atlas Parts - Good Year Tires  885-2812 or 885-9979  AUTOMOTIVE UNDERCOATING  BUILDING  SUPPLIES  (con.)  TWIN CREEK BUILDING SUPPLIES  DIAL  FUEL  (continued)  Gibsons 886-2291 - Sechelt 885-2288  OU NEED BUILDING :  GIVE US A CALL  FREE ESTIMATES  WHEN YOU NEED BUILDING SUPPLIES  GIVE US A CALL  CABINET MAKERS  OCEANSIDE FURNITURE &  CABINET SHOP  "*" HARDWOOD SPECTAtrfSTS-" ~  FINE CUSTOM FURNITURE  KITCHEN AND BATHROOM CABINETS  inet Units Are All Btefjiashed  Before.    Installation. __  R. BIRKIN ��� Beach Ave., Roberts Creek/B.C.  Phone 816-2551  CHARTER  BOATS-  CHINOOK CHARTERS LTD.  Box 77 -   Madeira Park, B.C.  Fishing, Cruising, Diving. 2 boats to.serve you  on the Sunshine Coast. 37' Twin Diesel Cruisei.  e:  RNIE WIDMAN  for all your  ,SSO PRODUCTS  IMPERIAL ESSO DEALER  Phone 883-2663  Madeira  Park, B.C.  For Your Fuel Supplies  DANNY WHEELER   , ���-r.���yotrr- "i~  IMPERIAL ESSO AGENT  886-9663 - Hopkins Landing  COAL  MARINE  SERVICES  GIBSONS MARINE  AND INDUSTRIAL (1972) LTD.  CoVnplete automotive and   marine repairs and  parts; Welding; sales; boat hauling; OMC and  Chrysler Marine dealership.  886-7411   ���   Gibsons   ���   Box 397   . : :���/ ,���:   CLAYTON WELDING & MARINE  Marine Ways to 42'  Bottom  Repairs   : 883-7535  ROOFING AND  FLOORING  ALL TYPES OF ROOF I NG APPLI ED  ^ AND REPAIRED  k    All Work Guaranteed  Complete Home Renovations and Repairs  COASTLINE SERVICES  Phone 885-2021  Bo* 798 Sechelt, B.C.  Box 7 - Garden Bay, B.C.  ^WRSERY^  Drumheller Lump --Drumheller Egg  Heatglow Briquettes  PRATT ROAD AUTO WRECKERS  Phone 886-9535  FURNACES "  STEAM CLEANING  COMPLETE CAR CLEAN-UP  SIMONIZING  Esslemonr Equipment Services  - Phone 886=2784  Box 436, Gibsons, B.Cr   BANKS  ROYAL BANK OF CANADA  DON LOCKSTEAU  m&^^ECHELT BRANCH���Phone 885-2201   , ft  GIBSONS-BRANCH���Phone-886-22P*    "?  r...  IAD���   H  i&  24' Catalina  Cruiser.   Guides available.   Local     - - ���- ���Experienced-Skippers:---  -      -'- ��� ~  Phone  Pender Harbour, Bob Nygtcn, 883-2242  Secret Cove, Cliff Conner, 885-9437  CHIMNEY CLEANING  CHIMNEY CLEANING'  No Mess Vacuum Cleaning  OIL STOVES, FURNACES,.AND HEATERS  CLEANED AND REPAIRED  All Work Guaranteed  COASTLINE SERVICES  Complete Home Renovations and Repairs  Phone 885-2021  Box 798  Sechelt, t~t.C.  CONTRACTORS  ~m��D~mtms2  TABERNACLE  Sundays 10:00 p.m.; 7:00 p.m.  Wednesday Bible Study 7:30 p.m.  "     PASTOR NANCY DYKES  ~"~r"''"*���' Gower Point'Road  -      HOURS:  Sechelt: Tues.-Thurs, 10 a.m;-3 p.m.  ..������������EcLJJljeuro.^4c.m.^J^!jJjaJjT).-3..j^m.J '.-....  7 Gibsons: Mon.-Thurs. 10 a.m.-3 p.m.  ���        Fri. 10 a.m.-6 p.m.  GIBSONS PENTECOSTAL  Highway and Martin Road  "7, ,,, v Sunday School: 9:45 a.m. .  Sunday Services: 11 a.m.; 7.p.m,  ' Wednesday: B|ble and Prayer 7:30 p.m,  'Frida^; Youth'Service���7i30'p;m. "'"  PASTOR: GERRY FOSTER  Phono: 886.7107  APPLIANCE  REPAIRS  Guaranteed Repairs Fast Service  WASHERS - DRYERS - RANGES      RADIO-..-TELEVISION"^ STEREO      -  TRAIL BAY ENTERPRISES  Nlckorson Road, Box 578, Sechelt -4 885-9318  PENDER HARBOUR    FULL GOSPEL   ,..  .MBEitNACLE  SUNDAY SCHOOL ANP BIBLE CLASS  9,45 A.M.  ...   CHURCH SERVICE���11,00 A.M.  Pastor Roy:,.Walter. S, Ackroyd..... .���  Madeira Park ~-. 883-2374  SUNSHIMCOAST  GOSPECCHURCH  .(UndonornlnQtloridl)   ,,,  Sunday School��� 10.00 a.m.  Church Sorvlco -���11.15 a.m.  Eyonlna Service 7 s30 p.m.  PAST OR'REV.TCA&EUL? j  Pavli Pay Road and Arbutus  ^(2> blocks up from Highway)"-  ThO United..Church of. Canada.-  SERVICES  Sf, ,lehn'�� Unlto'd Chwrcli - Dayli Bay  Sunday Services * ��i30 o.ml       '  Roberts Crook United  v .. -���'. .Sunday Services- 2;30 p,ro,i���. ������.���  Gibsons United Church  Sunday Services - 11:15 a.m.  part Mo'lorttUnlted   "{' - SMriday Services�� 7(30 o.m ���'   -_. iMsntiMxSiMlwl^,-^^.  .Ministry,     ...   '  Rev" 'J|m(Wllllam��9n.- .Gibson* - 806-2333  Carry In/tarry out seryicqon srriall, appliances,,  toasters, irons,, frypans,!:portable '''haatorij' hair  dryers, mix masters; vacuums etc.  BLASTING r"?  CONTROLLED BLASTING  WORK INSURED 7  -FREE-E5TIW^TI3**~^,^,,W'*  FRED DONLEY  Pender Harbour -883-2403  WATER SURVEY SERVICES  For Expert Blasting  FREE ESTIMATES     ,  "������;"'" Ph'6n'6���"885".2304"'" UTCr EmWson'""  If No Answor Loavo Mobsaoo at  883-2763 or 886-7377  R.R. 1, Sochelt, B.C.  -  BUILDERS  '        For All YourN RonovQtlon)  Alloratlons or Finishing Work  ������ ���-" ���������-�����- --" ������ "- cplh������ -"���'���'���'���-- -"-"-'���   Cor Zuldoma   PLY^CONE DEVELOPMENTS &  _^JiQUSIhl(��-CORP.~LTD���   Sunahlho Coast and lalanda  ri  BaptishChurch-Servkes-  BETHEL BAPTIST CHURCH  M��rmaM'and Trail, SocIibH  Sunrfay School' 10;00 d,m.  Mornlng^Wor&hlp<*14-fl-S-*a>'��i<  iw^mr wtisrxH urch;t  ,��,��<���.,�����,4���.����..-7.park Road, Olbion��<4M ����� ����� �������-  " Momlrio Worsh'lp^OQ'alrh, "4 fl  22'.' Sunday School 1,0:45 d.rri.    I v  Evening Fellowship 7:00 p.m. *  .   RRY.RyBfRT ALLAny, Pastor  TorATI To��r rTOIWIriVf Nowr-*-"**  GIBSONS PUILDING SUPPLIES LTp;  ....I'rjSa-Soavlow.- Phor'lo Q86-2642   ,���r^,.^���__-.���rr~rr.iTTi���i-7^r:rr"7:r'i' ������  ji r.  G 8, W DRYWALL  Drywall ncouMlo ond'toxturod colllnos,    . (1... ..        ,. , Now wrYlnas Gibsons aroa and tho Peninsula, '  [,     A WARM Wfl-COME AWAITS YOU     rf  ' CONVCNTipNAC;fMODUI^R "AND PRI-FAB  Wp llavo A Thousand IfJoaa.  Our Prlcoa Aro CompoililYo  Phono Vancouver 682-3642  "���^'""'WrifCToToTirr^hol^p.-cr 'T,���,"���  TRICOH DEVELbPMfeNTS LTD.  CMSTOM HOMRS w PRE,PA0 HOMES  ���. ��� MIoh.QHfllUy 7.Roowhablo,Prices:   Puy q Packapp and oroct It yoursolf, or got  our professional help.  ���OARDEN~0AYT-0.C^-4^Pr.on��_EveiH.B03^7^3.-  BUILDING SUPPLIES   �� READYrMIXCONCIlETE AND  0UILDING SUPPLIES,  Your Ono Slop nulldlna Storo  No  COAST BACKHOE & TRUCKING  ,LTD.k...    ,   -..,..,. ...  T�� IT  Fill, Cement-GrdveJ, Drdin Rock, etc.  Phone 883-2274  L & H SWANSON LTD.  READY-MIX CONCRETE :  Sand and Gravel - Bdckhoes ' ���  Ditching - Excavations  OFFICE IN BENNER BLOCK  885-9666, Box  172/ Sechelt*, B.C.  PHONE 885-9550  RON'S CONTRACTING  Clearing - Excavations - Road Building  t Grading * Fill : Road Grayel ; CrushedRock  Phone: Sechelt, 885-9550  Land .Clearing - Road, Building  Tree Topping - Selective Logging  PETE DUBOIS  Telephone 883-2417'  R.R. I, Modoira Park, B.C;  DISPOSAL SERVICES  .^SUNSHINE qOAST^DISPOSAL  SERVICES LTD.  PORT MEULON to OLE'S COVE  Tol; 886-2938 or 885-9973  Call Us F6r'V6Mr'Dlsr��sai''Nood��,  Wlion Ronovatlng.Or Spring C|oanlng.>  Containers Available,   ���,  ELECTRICIANS  ACTQN ELECTRIC LTD.  Rosldoi.tlal" Industrial and Marino Wiring  kE|octr|c*Hear^l;lno%Wor  \�� .Phono 886^7244,  Rpaidontial - Commercial ^ Industrial,  SIM ELECTRIC LTD.  Gov't Certified Electricians  m~r~ Phono. Dqy, or��� Evo., 885-2062.__���  ~~' JIM McKENZIE  ELECTRICAL CONTRACtOR  ;���R(esrldontlaLWirlng^nd-MaJpr���  !   Appliance, Ropalrs  PHONE 885-9978 ,  Box^"'387,: Scchojr70;cr���~  FUEL  c  ANADIAN     TROPANE  ���GAS"'8rO!lrt;TD-  p,  ' Serving" thif S��hsh1neTCbo��rMh"^labirflnd''  economical Cooking,'' Hooting and Hot Water.   :  *     PREG ��� ESTIMATES"1'���' 7  ". Phono 885-2360  * Wharf and Dolphin- Socholt, B.C,  Umm4M\  .- &fcx-166�� Pert MtUwr^, .B.C,�����.77  , Your Business Cara"  .''",'   ,." ,:ln this space will  wf^r/^^fioch^nobfly^tl^^OQ^pftopldt;"1;:)!^^  Lc^v/*coit-*^H(0hf,pow&ri  v.  iWWid'lvnfaM  i'i.i      *  banW.riK'f' i"t',7' *'<"Hi'_  " ,T �����      '*+,/,'  .:/���.  ���,"   fl M|   ���|.l|��.|.f|  "i,      ,     l  ti,',''Sin i' nil, i'h  PARKINSON'S HEATING LTD.  " GIBSONS  ESSO OIL FURNACES  No down payment - Bank interest  Ten years to Day  For free estimate���Call 886-2738  MACK'S NURSERY - Roberts Creek  Landscaping - Shrabs - FruitTre�� - Fertilizer"  Berry.Plants - Bedding Plants - Peat Moss   Fully Licensed Pesticide Spraying for  Landscaping and Trees  Sunshine Coast Hwy. -Ph. 886-2684  OPTOMETRIST  CALL STAN HILSTAD  about your  ROOFI NG _AhlD-FLOORI NG~ NEEDI  Phone 886-2923  Gower Point Road  DEWING MACHINES  f^ UNS  Oerv  UNSHINE  NG  Bern ing & Omega  ERVIGE       Sales, Parts, Service  FREE HOME DEMONSTRATION  REPAIRS AND SERVICE ON ALL MAKES  Mrs. Mono Havies - 885-9740  Complete line of appliances ���  HAIRDRESSERS "  ANN'S COIFFURES  Iri the Bal Block  ~ Next to the Co-op Store  Gibsons  886-2322  SECHELT BEAUTY SALON  XHarme .Allen"  Proprietor  Expert Hair ittylinc)       '  FRANK E. DECKER, OPTOMETRIST  Bal Block - Gibsons  Every Wednesday  886-2248  PLUMBING AND  HEATING���|  PLUMBING, HEATING & HOT  WATER HEATING  All-Mokes - All W&rk Guaranteed  Cowrie St.,  "SecHe1t;"B:C  Phone  HEATING & SHEET METAL  OIL FURNACES, STOVES'ANP HEATERS  All makes Vacuumed, Cleaned and Repaired  All Work Guaranteed  COASTLINE SERVICES  Phone 885-2021  Box 798 Secholt, B.C.  HALL SHEET METAL  Domestic - Commercial - Industrial  Telephone 885-9606  Box 164, Secholt, B.C.  OIL FIRED WARM'AIR HEATING  OIL FIRED WATER HEATERS  .���.      Nothing Down r���10Years To Pay   :     Light Plumbing  Roy Blanche Madeira Park  883-2401 883-2778  ���jromworks^^-^^^t; ,:,L2.-  PENINSULA ORNAMENTAL  "TTT" rTTTT * $9$��f(P ^K?  " WROUGHT IROhl RAILINGS,  AND MISCELLANEOUS ORNAMENTAL  IRONWORK  Phono 886-7029 U886--7056 - 886-7220  ' .'" '   FREE, ESTIMATES  . 1      u  JANITOR SERVICE  HOWE SOMND  JANITOR SERVICE  IS^TallitiT^Clqarilri  Spray Buffing - Window, Cleaning  RUG SHAMPOOING  Phono 886-7131 - Gibsons, B.C. '  "JOHNSON'S**"^"* ^  ���    PUILDINO MAINTENANCI  ' SpoclalliRlna Ini  Papor Hanging, Interior & Extorlor'rlQcoratlnp,  ^r,^.,.���,r.";;ijg.,ClcartlngrA|||ypo8-ofjBu||dlnfl   '    '    Malntondnco, Floor Installation,  ���" ���  .Window^ Cleaning.  PHONE 885-9713 AFTER 4 P.M.  ~~���:~-7^Pov642'vlSflchoirrB;Cr-���'*^~z.*~';:,  MACHINE SHOP  At tho Sign of tli* Ch��yron  HILL'S MACHINE SHOP  ^Marinb-seryicb-ltd;  ���^MactjlnQ'Shop-S^ATfrfatrAtiyWidl^*^  ��� Stool Fahrlcatlng -^ Morlgfl VYayn., ,, i>  AtJtomotlYoand Marino" Repalrsi '""':"  ;, Standard Marino Station        '  Phono 886-7721    *��� Re.. B06-V936, D06-9326  ',. ..... Use , thoso'. spaces to:,  ,v-h'./^n, rpap.hivnetat:l[y,.<i|i>1 Q^QQO.LpjBqplfi,.! &* iB*,.  HiiJ.lilWitU'lMli )Ai4ft.nvt!(!,>Mt^i^lJi(cl.,M*i��'V^WJ4.��*W,,..Vi4,wWi4.il.fi  COASTLINE SERVICES  Phone 885-2021  Box 798 ' Sechelt, B.C.  ,    SEASIDE PLUMBING h  -,���-.- ��� i "��� ���''. ���.-. ���.������.Gibson��'--j"1 ���������'{������"������-">���'������������?  SPORTING GOODS  CLIFF'S BOATS  & ACCESSORIES LTD.  Fishing Supplies���Boats new and  ".'"." 7 Large & Small  885-9832 Sech^  SURVEYORS  ROY & WAGENAAR  -Plumrjing7-^^'Pipefirflng'-'SVearnfiWin)!  Hot Water Heat-ina - Pirje' Logging  EETSTIWATES"-���~    ~  Phone 886-7017 oi 886-2848  Repairs - Alterations - New Installations  LAURIE'S PLUMBING &'HEATING  . LTD.  Govt. Certified Plumber   ���   24 Hour Service  Phone 885-9014  'P.O.' BOX 825 ��� SECHELT, B.iC.* '  PENINSULA PLUMBING LTD.  Sales and Service - 886-9533  Everything .for. the:,Do-ItrYourselfer!  Also Paints and Heating Supplies  Free Estimates,  ���       Port Mellon to Pender-  ��^ack^Marsha1h'w*w-Jackv!,Macleod=MW"  886-9628 885-2831  PENDER HARBOUR  n PLUMBING & HEATING  PLUMBING - HYDRONIC HEATING  NEW WORK and SERVICE WORK   "'" ���     !7'Gov't.",Cqrtlf|od Plumbar; ynyly,  -���2 !������   r ~- f hone 883-2720 2 ....������.:���.:������.��� ���  !3o��. 63 Madeira Park, B.C.  RENTALS  A. C, Rentals  Tools qnd Equlpmqnt  Garden B<��yri^C, ' '"phono" 883-2585  ^RENT*IT*ATi  THE RENTAL SHOP  "",!"ar PaVI��,Pa'y<",*"!,"'r  Typowrlloia-.Lighting plants?Tolovlt.lons  Ralo Tlllara - Comonl M|*bru��Lown Rakoa  Mocltanlc's Tpols  PHOblG 885.20/10 ��� 2. IIOUR SERVICE  "K i ' ' Al^tER IIQURS 805-2151  , IR! ETA I %.2 STOW ES:  C 8. S HARDWARE  APPLIANCES - HARDWARE  ...HOME FURNISHINGS  Phono 885-9713  THE TOGGERY  Ladlos' ancf Children's Wear  Open'sl* day* a week  W����lWl^������B��*M*M��ll��'tW^   "Ctf^rto^Street; Sochelt -*���  Pon<*er Harbour -883-2513     ��*���  7 HARBOUR SUPPLIES.,^   Eloqlrlcal'��. Plumbing  - Appliances  -"���^���r^:P/8--'*Furnlture.aqd Carpets,.;:,:;:  ~ B.C. Land Surveyors  Marine Building --Porpoise Bay  Sechelt, B.C.  885-2332 or ZEnith 6430  4]        ^J^WFru U ii.il ���  lflRE&:...,:._;....__.x4.r>.ht>i&  ���*-*  .'���  'ft*  ^���.^^feugi^OASTAL'^IRES-:  Sunsjiine Coast Highway  :'"���' Box 13, Q^sohs, B.C. - Phpno 886-2700  T       "-"     "SALES AND SERVICE  .;;;,' All Brands Available  Monday to Saturday 8:30 aim. to 5:30 p.m.  Friday evening by appointment only.  ���   ���    '   .. ..   ���..Al'     .   '       ,  TOWING         ;   . ' . ...,i  Sco>\rs ���i Logs  SECHELT TOWING & SALVAGE  LTD.  Heavy Equipment Moving 8< Log Towing  m.krfw*r  . Lv��HIGGS'Vi.,.v.,,.0...^..,.,..,..,..���,  Phone 885-9425  TRANSFER  ���  LEN WRAY'S TRANSFER    ,  Household MoYlno, Packing,' Storag*   Packing-Materials For Sale  Member of Allied Van Lines,  Canada's No, 1 Movers  Phone 886-2664, R.R. 1, Gibsons, B.C,  .. ������������r���-���; 1 '' '/ ' .' ,��� ..  ���-������7:"7":sy;r^HiNl'TSNsir^RT ' t   ���  WAREHOUSES          '   '  '   '. 7GlbsonK886-2172      ;  DAILY SERVICE FR'(DM VANCOUVER  SERVING THE SECHELT PRNINSULA  Furniture iq onywhoro In Canada.  General Freight, Low-bed and heavy hauling  T.V. and RADIO  CALEDONIAN ELECTRIC  -SECHELTt-D.Oj ���f-PHONE-885s9338  TELEVISION ��� APPLIANCES ���   A.. AUXHORt zed ,.;,.'..,.::.L'���;..7.,; ���,. ;���.;.,      SAUIS ���. SERVICE , '  ��*���      l"l l|LCO.F0^D7~, MOTOROLA  ��� '       ,    ^PEED-QUI'EN'' ('"  SUNSHINE COAST T.Y. SALES  6V SERVICE LTD.  i   ELECTROHOME  o'tul   ZENITH    DEALERS  Gordon Oliver   -    Ed Nicholson  JilJD3Q���Hodr.L.,Qfi���.DQwniown-Sgcho|t���  Box-799, 'Socholt ��� * ��� ' 885^9816  '"���"ClibSEP'ON MONDAYS   '"  '  TYPEWRITER  REPAIRS  TYPEWRITER REPAIRS 8. SERVICE  ���Aaont for Hormes, Typovyrltera  PHONE ..886'-2728' '  t^MmmfaswiM^^^ v&]mF7\Mmmffl9  \  m&mwi&iimwmmitiwat,'  trarr  tftT*K^^*����^l llOlllCi����B(0|��4|��Oii  IIIHMIIIHIIII..I  UPHOLSTERY  J������ul1��1,��Um,i1,  1 '        . _\     I ' '      ^ ' ��� ,' ' ' " 4    # fl||t|  I      I (11 I . i      t ' . . ' ' *  (  Bl?LA)|R CUSTOM UPHOLSTERY  ,AND bRAPERIES ,,.,;_  RoMphotstorlna.��. r\e*ty lino' -��Complete < Dronm ��- <  f1l  ii,;L...  *||f^"ftft/|S*J||7^t^,^*r**'^t  (_____V__9 ________*__  n.w_f'W BfK^fjPfWW^fll^lW  \ I 1.7..7  ''    ' iyv]''22iV'>2'\],��� ,.Vi _ , i*l  ���������: .7 1.,,  :'   .'..'A  1,1     , ���!,,  71   'i i  71 ' '  ' ."   ^   .   <   i' ' "  ,',���'''. '.I, i, " ,*7 mi ..,...���-*x  -0  Page A-4      Peninsulg Timds, Wednesday, March 29, 1972  9  REAL  ESTATE  (Continued)    REAL ESTATE (cont.)  HELP WANTED (Continued)    WANTED TO RENT (cont.)    AUTOS & TRUCKS (Cont.)    LIVESTOCK  8 X Sechelt7'Phone 885-9654  rp      Ti c-Tx_        aecneir - rnpne.ooa-yqjt  Classified  V  ALMOST V2 acre of good.  bni-rrh-n-g Hot-on -paved" Toa;t!  with pwi^ntial sea view, Hydro phone and possible' well  she. A-k^g $3900, cash.. "Ph.  8K5-9f>r)-!.    ���--' 8362-Hit:  Published Wednesdays by  Powell River News Town Crier  Sechelt Times Ltd.  ot Sechelt, B.C.  Established 1963  BIRTHS  , y  of  Member, Audit Bureau  ot Circulations  Sept. 30, 1971  Gross Circulation 2915  Paid Circulation 2478  As filed with the Audit Bureau  of Circulation, subject to audit.  Classified Advertising Rates:  3-Line Ad-Briefs (12 words)  One   Insertion    $1.00  .Three Insertions -...: $2.00  Extra lines' (4 words)  20c  (This rate does not apply to  commerciol Ad-Briefs)  Box Numbers _    10c extra  50c Book-keeping charge is added  for Ad-Briefs not paid by  �� publication date.  Legal   or   Reader   advertising   35c  per count line.  Deaths, Card of Thanks, In Mem-  oriam, Marriage ond Engagement  notices are $3.25 (up to 14 lines)  and 20c per line after .that. 4  words-pei���Iwe  Birth, Notices, Coming Events take  regular classified rates.        "   '       .  Subscription Rates���  By  Mail:���  GIBSONS AND SECHELT  I  Western dr'ugs  ...   is   pleased   to  sponsor   this  Birth   Announcement   space,   and  extends Best Wishes to the happy  parents.   (7.  . ���  Marriage Announcements  J    block v to   great   beach.  $5,700  cash   for  fast sale.  Phone  885-2000.  Write 'Box 8461 c/o Times,  Box 3.10, Sechelt.     \  8461-19  EXPERIENCED     typist     v^ith  ��� ���'knowledge' of   bookkeeping.   This person will receive traits-.  int. in advanced bpokkoeping-  Mccounting for "a particular  laisiiie^'sr." They, will also he ._-  pi'deil to aft on instruction  ivLitinc. to advertising. Reply  wiih full details to Box 847G,  IVmiisula Times, PO Box 310,  7-cheM, 'B.q. 8476-20  interested    in    pro-    19GG  BUICK Wildcat. Al  con-  ANX-ONE  " -vidtn g Tempof'ary7l^omrhcF7  dation for nuYsing personnel,  please .-caU-cui^write, Administrators Office, St. Mary7s Hospital, PO Box (i787 Sechelt.  Ptame   885-2224. '  8454-19  "cnnbnTTnOO" or  885-9846   evenings.  best   offer.  .8460-20  7VRTTIME gardener wanted.  Phone 886-2221 between 9  m. and "5" p"~m7  "   "'"* .8458-19  MR. AND MRS. James Lockhart wish to announce the  marriage of their daughter  Debra Joy to Victor Walter  Scott on March i8, 1972 at  Gibsons United Church.   v  8051-18  PERSONAL  WRITE today for your free  Canadian Tire catalogue.  Over 240 value packed pages  of hardware, sports and auto-  nioli\V needs, fl. J. Graham  Auto Ltd., Box 1300, Elmira,  -Out. 8481-21  NOW   SHOWING   AT.    THE  4treH;F-'mEA3"fi&.���  Gibsons  THE  RAILWAY  -    CHILDREN  Continues  to Saturday   HOUSE for sale by owner,  Granthams, 3" bedrooms,  lge. kitchen, fireplace, auto oil  heat, carport sundeck, fenced  backyard, beautiful view ... of  Howe Sound. F.P. $15,000. Ph.  886-2134. ,     8388-18  EXECUTIVE HOME ON WATERFRONT, offers the ultimate in gracious living. Spacious living room features ceiling to floor cut stone fireplace with raised hearth. Music and TV niche and delightful bay window overlooking  entrance garden. Large dining  room. breakl'Jsl room. Step-  saver kite fieri designed for  easy' accessibility to all corners. Full vanity washroom and  large bright utility room.  Specially selected W-W carpet  throughout.   Four    lai^ge   bed-  VILLAGE Of SEGHELT  2@^view acres. Undeveloped.  $32,000, will sell in 5 acre  lots. 885-9654. or wrjre Box  310,   Sechelt.  8346-tfn  WORK WANTED  REQUIRED immediately full  time or part_time secretarial  position. Call 886-7317 ask for  Janet.     ( 8441-18  ARBORITE or Formica counter tops. Professionally applied , and, .guaranteed Will  brii\t, colour samples to you.  Bill- 883-2406. 7936-tl'n  SHOUT order cook  or willing  to   1 earn.   Call   in   person,  Peninsula   Drive-In.       8465-20  WANTED  SCOUTS -and   Cubs   uniforms  needed    by    Roberts    Creek  Group.   Please  phone  886-9825 ^  il 'you   can   help.      .     8468-18 '  SALAL WANTED  If you  are''browned  off,  try me.  NAIDA WILSON  : 885=9746  7563-52  1 .OR   2  BEDROOM' house   or  suite  before June 30.' Phone  81S6-2810.' 8053-18  QUIKT family, qf three require  I'nrn. house, cottage or aparl-  -ffiMiI,- Gibsons area  for month  of   July.   Box   841*2,   c/o   Box  310,   The  Times,   Sechelt.  ^ 8412-18  ���    '   '���"<���     ������     '  ���'"���*"1     '        " ' ' "'" '  LOST  PAIR  men's glasses in brown  case.   Initialled   J.   885-9336.  8471-18  LOST or ?���tool box containing    plumbers    hand    tools.  1966 GALAXIE 500. one owner, 2 dr. H.T., tan colored  with black vinylx roof. Very  good condition, first $950 takes*  Phone 886-7250. 8T29-1B '  REGISTERED" Quart,er_horses_  for^aale.  Various   blood   lines.  Ph. 886-2373. 8'45.7-18  CHICKS���Paymaster R. 1. Red  Cross, white-Leghorns, white  Rocks." Order   early,   send   for  prices._ Napier Hatchery 22470-  1955   G.M.C.  best   offer.  pick-up,   $225   or  Ph.   883-2336.  64th   Ave,.   R.R.    7,  B.C.   534-6268.  Langley,  7840-tfn  BOATS & ENGINES  CROWN Chrysler,, 2'a-l reduction gear, For sale. Phone  883-2246. - 8449-18"'  32 FT. Glllnetter with or without  A  licence.  Good  condition.  Ph.  883-2336.        8350-tfn  FOR SALE  T-  ROUTE-R,    barbecue,    10    gal.  crock   and   new   Sanyo   TV,  B&W. Phone 885-2804.  .-._-'--���.��� 8479-20  PETS  Reward  offered.  Ph.  885-9014.  8443-18  TRAILERS & CAMPERS  GUINEA Pigs,  cheap  to  good  homes.    Phone    Mrs."    Jack  Nelson. 885-9558. 846.9-18  FOR   sale   -   Toy   Poodles,   8  weeks up,  1  black,  1 white,  2 silver. Ph. 885-9797.    8406-18  FENDER Deluxe Reverb Amplifier, excellent condition,  $135. Vox built Wah Wah pedal, as new, $25. Companion  Fuzz Box, as new, $15. Ph.  885-9654. i-   ^478-20  .22 MOSBERG target rifle  with micrometer peep sight,  $50. Also .22 registered snub  nosed revolver with holster,  $25.  885-9.535,  6  to 8  p.m.  8472-18  I'ASIl for good used all. channel antenna. Phone 885-9401.  8451-18  IF YOU need a pro-lab erected   or   a   conventional   home  built,   call   John,   he    is    fast,  ~T"crrjms~��md^^l--��a^ ���^eeKK^.pke^e  ���,  upper  level  with  sliding glass    885-2315   or   885-9025,   leave   a  doors to deck from the 2 bed-     message or.phone number.    rooms   facing   the   water   and .8387-19 OLD   used   bricks,   cast  island view.-A must to see at     ��� :���  roiled   edge   bath   tub  only   $48.000. BUSINESS  machine- repair  & cast      iron    legs.   Phone  WANTED TO BUY  Outside Local Area  U.S.A.   Overseas   . $7.00 yrfe  ���$9.00 yr,  .$10.00   yr.  Special Citizens,  Local   Area   ���  Canada      By Carrier ..       =  :_$3.50   $4.00  _60c mo���  kmfl^M^Werlriesday  "THE! WORLD   OF  HANS  ���    CHRISTIAN-A*NDERSEN  8057-18  ALCOHOLICS  Anonymous ���.  Meetings   8:30   p.m.,   Thurs-  days, Wilson Creek  Commun-  Copyright and/or property rights  subsists in all display advertising  and other material appearing in  this edition of the Sechelt Peninsula Times. Permission to reproduce wholly or in part and in  any form whatsoever, particularly  by a photographic or offset process  in a publication, must be obtained  in writing trom-tbe.publisher... Jtssst-,  ity   Hall.  2343.  Ph.   885-9327,.   886-  4979-tfn  -R��BER3S--���R��gfe-Sei3d��ed  view acre with small stream?  Nicely wooded. Easy terms on  $5,000.  A REAL FAMILY HOME featuring 4 bdrms. Spacious living  room  yyith  fireplace,  din-  in   groom,   rah,   kitchen,   12x20  servkv.   Phone  8$&_1___L  7993-tfn  i349r  FOR SALE  -   13'  Esta  trailer,  wired,\ propane,    first    class  condition,   $675.   Ph.   886-9301.  ���: __._��4M-4i!_.  MOBlLt HOMES'  24 x 60 ���- 1440 sq. ft. of gracious   living.   2   bedrooms,   2  baths, large family room, large  ronnrc���   ..Jlosets. HV,. ,r".pticta.cda~-Bui3t-in���  China     Cabinet.     Furnish    to       your own personal tastes. This  iron is the best basic unit on the  c/w Peninsula. We have paid the  -8te��.���denblo ferry charges, Put this  DECORATING,   drafting,   sign  painting.  Dune Roberts, ph.  .1W_____. 8416-19  FOR  RENT  HELP WANTED  SECHELT area���3  bdrm, den,   2  bathrooms, fireplace,  clos-  ed garage. $230. month. Phone  -&42&=-r9- --fine ��� 1 lumirr-mr-year-ewft-fotmd-  ' ation arid be eligible for Home  Owners Grant. Our lowest  price, $15,500 eash. May be  financed. No- agents. Ph. 885-  2153  after 6 p.m. 8280-tfn  BEDROOM SPLIT LEVEL  ���885-2050.  8463-18    CARS &. TRUCKS  COAST CONTRACTING  Building - All types.  Roofing   -  Duaroid   Shingles  Shakes - Aluminum  rec room, dble. plumbing. Lge. LADY to do housework every  utility. Garage." "Private rear o{h<?v week, 3-4 hours. Pay  courtyard and veg. garden. JS-.?-.. hour. Write Bqx 310,  Few steps to lovely beach: AT Peniusual Times, Sechelt, B.C.  must to see at only $33,500 * 8475-18  on   attractive   terms. -��� ���  HALL for rent ���Wilson Creek  Community    Hall.    Contact.  Mrs. Diane,Anderson 8S5r2385.  78i5-tfn  unauthorized   reproduction  will  be  subject     to     recourse     in     law.  "In.the event of a typographical  error advertising goods or services;"  at a wrong price, goods or services  may not be sold and the difference  charged to the newspqper. Advertising is merely an offer to sell,  ond may be withdrawn at any  time."���(Supreme Court decision).  Advertising is accepted on the  condition that, in the event of  ty|i6graphical error, that portion  of the advertising space occupied  by the erroneous item, together  with reasonable allowance for si��-  r"ature, will not be charged for,  t'-'t the balance of the advertise-  . rnenf wM| beJ. pgid_for_ gt.,the op  pVicuiileTareT  A composition cr.arge~!s~rhade for  advertising accepted and put into  production, but cancelled be/ore  publication, Change from original  copy when- proof Is submitted to  customer is also chargeable at an  hourly rate for the additional  work,  "'- '   "Painting - lot.,���ExL -  Res. &  Commercial  Concrete   -  basements  -  side-  -utalks - sea fr rptaining^MEalls-.  TRY YOUR OFFER on small  4 room  house in  good location. Close to beach and shops.  Flopr" covering" ~ ittsulatiorr;-  Phone 886-7320  8056-tfn  WISH  lo  contact  Latter  Day  ��� Saints" members. Phone 885-  2175 pr 886-2546. 6766-tfn  REAL ESTATE  Lot  nicely developed. ~  IN AREA  OF  NEW  HOMES.  60'xl72'   lot   with   unsurpas-  -seri-^e^r-ofnva't-er7-Istertds--aTid-  mountains. A bargain at $6,000  K. BUTLER REALTY  LTD.  ALL TYPES INSURANCE  Gibson's, B.C.  Phone  886-2000  MEMBER  MULTIPLE   Lte'TING  THE VILLAGE OF GIBSONS  Applications are invited  for  an    assistant    to���the���Clerk  SELMA    Park  meeting.   Ph.  Hall.    $5    per,  .885-9437.  7343.-f.fn  Treasurer for the Village of  Gibsons- Location: one hour  from West Vancouver by fer-  WANTED TO RENT  f.OO GALLON Water Tank  Ford truck. Fair condition.  View. 7:00 p.m. March 29,  1972. No. 2 Fire Hall, North  Road, Gibsons. Bids will be  received by the Secretary-  Treasurer, Sunshine Coast Regional District up to 12 midday, Friday, April 7, 1972.  -���    8452-18"  Approx.   4  acres  with   150  ft.   waterfront.  On   Hwy. .101   near   Mua%rraH3ark7-Full-price^357000-witn4J^,C^^-^wrJi:    WATbRhRON I -LOTS        ���'  Francis  Peninsula���80'���$10,000 cash.   Lot   19  75'���$15,500.  FISHING OR LAZING?  tTEWRONT^FiTjmES--  SERVICE  ry. ���-���  Applicants are asked���testate age, previous experience,  and when available, together  with any other pertinent information. Preference will be  given to those having municipal qffice experience, or who  are holders of a Certificate- in  Municipal Administration.  Starting salary will be com,-  In'ehsurate  SINGLE  man  requires   housekeeping    room    in    Sechelt  "^rTaTT,lT-BB5^t^o7-^�����46i^t8-  VOLKSWAGEN   Beetle.   Reliable transportation. $295. Ph.  -HQfr-Wft-. 8456-20-  ; RUBY LAKE MOTEL-.-  10 Motel units (all electric)���8 with cooking facilities, office with  living1 quarters for  manager.  Over 4  acres,  approx.   800  ft.  on  small   lake,   approx.   200   ft.   on   Ruby   Lake   with   floats   and  Idunching ramp. Full.price $85,000 with $25,000 down.  GARDEN BAY  8052-18  and"  with   qualifications  PO-3ox73407  GENERAL   Contracting. ,.Rga=_  OttlTUARY  ?FERR:iE--Mivsr'-Mai'inri," passed uwny quietly Mfll'di ..{.Q,  1072 in St, Mary's, Survived  by two (lniightei's, 'Mrs. Asljfin "  rii'lnnger of Victoria and Jean  I'Wrie of Sechelt, grandchild-  run ���and  great  granddaughter,  .   i!jJ^U}iL'j!i-J[iJ.'! 't^^SiPiL.ln^ yiBPP.^V..^���-.  ��� ��� v,.|."("jTifj��� "|'Qijn|voh" iii 'England.*"  I'livnto .services were held  Mtirch 22nd uf Forest I^awn-"  M.-ni.)i'ln| Chapel, wil'li" Rov.  ll.irinill offlclulliiK. Interment  in Hit' I'ainlly plol, In Forest  Liiwii (MBS-IB  Just tie your boat up and pass  the salmon over the fence���it's  so close and level. Both these  3 -bedi-m homes have extra  permanent rental facilities.  On ��� leased land close to Sechelt. Priced right at $13,500 and  ,.$2l,0.00rrFP.   each.    .  ALSO  breXtRtaking ; rr  VIEW LOTS  Approx, y.\ nci'c each ut Langdale. $4,200 each. See these  over Easter wjth Mrs, Fletcher  683-841 l-or-MrrLarry-Reardon  R^ING REALTY  ���-      L LTD.  (183-11411  100 WohI Ponder, Vun, 1  8054-18  sonable rates, will design or  quote on your drawings. Ph.  886-7125. 8021-18 .  CANADA PERMANENT  TRUST  , Sunsftine    Coast    Waterfront..  and  Recreation. Properties  , To, Buy ...or,. Se11 your. Cottqgo, ,  Lot   or" Acreage, ' Contact "A  Specialist.        -..^  Don Tait  Ponder   Harbour   883-2284   or  441)8 Mum St., Vancouver, B.C.  876-7111  experience.  Gibsons,  B.C.    ^BA^^r^J-^H-r^S^QWr  Clerk-Treasurer  March 20, 1972  8473-18  E  REAL ESTATE & INSURANCE  NOTARY PUBLIC AND APPRAISALS  ___  LANGDALE SUBDIVISION  An ideal location for your dream home, new homes all  nrnunrl      Rig    viPW-JQtSJa3flJ^$5D/q.O., .CfliL-US.. JflL,  REAL    ESTATE    Developer:  This    person    will    receive  specific training  for  this  job,  _but- they must have proven  themselves in a business and/  or administrative capacity.  This,position wouklsuit u person who is energetic, capable  of learning, able to receive instructions andexpedite sumo.,  using their ' own initiutive.  Reply with full details lo Box  11477, Peninsula Times Ltd,, PO  Box 310, Sechelt, B,C,  -----------------------------8477-20-  information. 886-2481.  SCHOOL ROAD  Big lot (97x450)" in an area due for development. OT  house  presently   rented,  for   revenue.   $12,000   F.P.  with $6000 down. 886-2481.  315  ft.  waterfront,  over  3  acres on  2  separate  parcels.  Very  large home���6 (could be   10)"bedrooms���an excellent start for  a fishing  lodge and resort. Good beach, .lots of floats. $70,000  _iulL_pricfiT-nQQd_terms. Or house can be purchased with   100 ft.  waterfront lot for $42^000.  $14,700 FULL PRICE  Near Madeira   Park���4   BR   home on   large  view   lot.   Has oil  furnace, balcony on 2 sides. Immediate possession.  APPROX.  152 FT. WATERFRONT���EGMONT  Property in 2 lots, but owner says sell together for $26,500 with  ,    .$13,000 down. ' "^"  ��� . -,..._ _ ^FRANCi^iii{^#y#y^A^''    ������-  2 side by side view lots of approx!  l^'acres "each. Only a^ew  hundred ft. from Marina. Each priced at $10,000"���Terms.  PRATT ROAD  More than 2 acres, half cleared with fruit trees etc.  Interesting "housey three; BR's-and  basement.-New.-  AO furnace, Seems well built, worth updating. Price  is.fi.rm...$. 1.6,800.^1^.^4,000^0^13. 8;86-248J_.   BELL-  CARD OF THANKS  ^".vI"D"R'','fiale jyy owner 4.7 "acrcfTr"  ���  > 2   bedroom   Iiouro,1 oil   lur-  nnco. Sprint, fvod" well winter,  1   WISH   Hlncorely   to   llinnk    Nenr   Hn If moon   J."��ny   School,  -^**-lhi^iioctorsrnnt^Btnff-nf "Str^.$lB*.000r47PU"hfto"*����H-ao��l^nft����r" ���   Miiryl; I'loHplii'i'l'r Soclioli:"*A'lSo"V'p.m.'" '*'" ' ""*'" ' M)Pil "  J'rlonilh ���  for   tholr  kind     ox-    ' ������ ���> :  pi'OHHiuii   or Hympnthy unci i'or   FQJi SALE���Egmont,  2   bod-  Uu�����..liuiiiiiirul,. I'lorul   olTorlnBH,     room,Dome,on,��n ft. vyutor- ,  Iu my r.vont  boronvomont'In    front.. V_ down oiv P.P. $24,700,  Kwlnn   inv   denr   wife,   Qorcln ���#!�����.   Lnnaa   Lhi-hoii,   Riimont,  ..Chilli,   l.umr Alillo. .. I>;l'10-H), B,C1.l'h,���ll^|ll):i-a770;   IIHIM-lli  ncoast  ESTATES LTD,  RHAL ESTATE  Box 769  SECHELT, B.C.  ���. 885;224f:':; ::  Soq us at our Office across from tho Socholl Bus Depot  HU^.,   Bo^ 7997Gibsons, B,G7^-Vanr Direct! 685-3133  "Developing with tho Sunshine Coast"   - WE' R \\~ MOV I NG ON - SATU RDAYV -APRIL-! st ...-  YOU WILL mo US AT'  THE GLASS BUILPING QN     ,  -MORT-H-RQ^P:  TO JSmfH YOU BETfER  ���"_-��� ������A-  EXTRA, SPECIAL  XftND.     '   -  .  ?. o^collonl parcels p( (arm land. Clly walor, paved rpad, 5 apros  rllh  hull   troos,  rriontly cleared,   $10,500, Call  Sinn AiNlon.011  985^365 or Jack Arjdoriion, 885,2053, ,  I. f ���������������������������.���niii.  ii. ���   NEW 1,076 SQ. FT. SELMA PARK' VIEW  .Rollromenl, homo undor.. construction Lqroo  20 (1,... living room  wllh   (Ironloco,   picture   windows,   2   bodrooms,   kitchen,   dining  *> ropm   plus   handy   Mtlllly   room,   112x100   Saa   View   pr6'port  Walking   distance . IQ   peach.'   Bld'ro and boat   linih'-Mr.  .f27.,700,00, Terms arrnnaaa, Call J, or S, Anderson,  885-2053 ��� 885-2385,  QIBSONS WATERFRONT  Sixty feet of prime waterfront with terrific view facing ,  :;\Sgi!Hon--Rock-."Nlce;3 bedroom home features beamed  sliding doors to wrap around Sundeck. V2 basement.  _ _��� -p;pv-$35-;000r '���88'6-248 Tr"~ r~^~  157 ACRES WITH TIMBER ~  D.L. 3678, with a considerable amount of merchantable timber,  has approx. 550 ft. of waterfront on Mixal Lake, road ?< creek  through property and an old house which could be rebuilt/Full  price $50,000 with $25?W"Q down.  MOBILE HOME SITES  Several lots available.  rty.  "HOPKINS LANDING WATERFRONT  A real gem is this landscaped acre with 145' of level  "���beaclT front --and;^natural pond,;. Also loyely,. 3, bedroom   home, overlooking, sea and Islands, Perfect to moore,  any kind of boat, Good fishing and swimming, Asking  prlco $52,000, 886-2481.   ,  , ' ��� ,, ,,       ' ��� ���l-H-l'l .,.>(��*\      '  Wo havo lots and lots of lots forsple. Xhoro is cor-,  taiiily ono that VOU would llko. 886-2481. '  8,3 Acro'i at S, Bond* Highway 101 size 180 ft,x2000  ft. Good holding proporly, Full prlco $12,000,  ��� ��� ��� 886-2481; -   EARL COVE RESTAURANT BUSINESS  At Eqrl. Cove ferry -TermlnaUthe best .location,, on,, the���S,unshine,  Coast.  Equipment and business with long  lease; $22,000 with  $10,000 down.    -   ' "MXRl'NvCSI'tE ; ' '"' "   Earl Cove���marina, motel or subdivision site adjoining ferry  terminal. Approx, 51 acres with approx. 850 ft. waterfront,  1,300 ft, on Hwy. 101. Full price $75,000 wltb, $30,0001 down,  IRVINE'S LANDING  ���3���PR fyiflNlod  homo, on  largo view  lojf, approved  for 3  subdivision. $287000 f ul fpr'lco'" wit h t pfrris.  lot  Lovoly brand now 4 backroom nomp plus ImH base-  merit {unfurnished) .wall to nyoII carpet. 1 and Ms  hnllirooms sli'uatacl on largo spo'clacujar vlow lot.  lionullful wood* cpblppr f^tchpn, A truly moclern-r'  -vrclHplan^ed^famMy^homo^-Terrlflc^bMy^fo  * S A7j5vQi ittfWIIWMWWI WwWwaw*^^H^i* W��{H*'WHML>nl^Wim UJ ���������HWH.  Vv;i '���". ^B"E.THI^lRST��:6hli;THIS..0NE ���, ���,',...  'LIST TODAY THE MacGREGOR W  1.V9     n '  Lorrlo Glrprd: 886-7^44 or 886->7760 or  :��7-P'hjf Stf||; - 8.96-7244;,,qr-886-7) 44 -'������ -  ���      -SARGENT-PAY-VIEW-"-  161' Rcdrooffi) Rd.Trood parkllk*? proporty', CloWTrt'Hnr Plshlnn  Spot, \. 2 Znnocl, Car.v lormn, P,P, $3,9150.00. J, or S, Andornon,  605-2385 - B85-SM>S3.  4.^,'.w _���WATER. FRONTu, LOTS.r ���__. I   W�� havo lho largost.iioloctlon of Watarlronl Vluw Lata on lho  Sunsblno C005I, CAI-L US NOW (or that Rocrnollon or Hailrrmonl  loi, Jucn or Suzannn Yon Pomond, 885.22^11 or 888-9683,  -TANTA'STIC-VIEWr-SOUTHERN'-EXPOSURE  RGDROOPPS ROAP  Lovnly modorn 4 bedroom homo, W/W blvap'c'ci'rpot, dlhlmnnlior,  built-in move,- sowlnq room, workdhon, dotibln carport, lilnrnrjft  galorn, Only short wnlk to Rcdroolf bunch, tonnlft court, iiloro,  jMW.jjUlCfl^UJj'JUtouJnly^  Von Efimopd, 885-22^11  ' ' SARGENT BAY���WATERPRbNT ACREAGE  ,'  Lnrflft trnod proporty, Y,2. ocron PLUS mimmor cntinnn, $2?,,000  VXiA.^WEST'.SECHELT VIEW   ���125x450 fitilcct'lvflly' cleared;1 Hnrtd/"|oea.'lon;"-<tloAo"irt hooch,  |fl,800 P.P. J* or S, Andown, 885.2305 - fl83��2053,  WILSON CREEK -  Your nvyp Pork on lllfihwoy, Ono ocro'321' frn'nloon, rornnr  properly, \\% zoned, $"',930, Trrmv ), nr 5, Anderson;1 885-2053  ;,,-,. ,.  or.^B^fl^,,,,     .;. ,_     ';'.     ,     \itl.  DAVIS BAY        .   .     -    ���   .   t  1-clea reclf-reoclyrl t.>,.bw |W,.oivRrGw$5500.^C9,.Rh,��8Q6^!248-1 **��-;  * ' ' ��� - " GIBSONS''; VILLAGE - - - "- ���  Tho only lbtl<?f f, claqrod ready for building, oii'Sowerr  1 DIK. from schools,.shopping,contra, transportation.  F.P. $4,000, 886-2481.  APPROX/ 275 FT. WATERFRONT  Garden Bay���over ono acfo. Doop, sheltered moorage, Full prlco   _ _ ; |26,O0q(^wlthJJ3,O00_dOwn.^_ ^_^ ._ ,   "lagoon road         '  4 vory"tjood bulldlna lots, Easy walking distance to school and  filoror, at Mqdolra,.Pai:k..,Walcli���for,,our,lislon8,on��thosQr.lols, ,v.���,,.    $6,000 oaclvwIlH only $1>000 down.-1   " 43���"ACRESTARM TYPE~CAND "  Apprgx,, 500 ft,, vyotarffon) on tidal flats,-Oldof, log homo. Fairly  now   double '(jara'ao.' Fruit   trobs,   Full  prlco ' $40,000   with  $20,000 down.  IRVINE'S LANDING  2 |iomos���one 3 BR, ono 2 BR���on yory largo vlow lot approved  2 Duplexes ono unit corvta Ins;' 2 -two bed room1 suites  ancl ono unit ,2 on^ fojrm. sulfas, qarporls, shods,  Eloolrlc hoat, flroplaco. vory modern qnd located 2  ho Ocean, Monoy In lho bank can't' oqual  13Iks from  "this'.'Investment  For .viewing  and  pprtlculars call  ,886.2481.  -4WATERERONT -  HWH*nMlpfir|t'i.i<rill|l|(��iH|r��,l|VK|^|IMM.<Mt|)|��  Frord beaut I ful Georgia 'Hola'htTwTtTfaTo^^^^  of,.Howe,Sound, spacious.with a command ylew of'  hlowo Sound, spacious 3 Hrlrm homo, woll llroploco,  Sundeck, W/W carpet, carport loading from a block  ���^sppaenrceinflort ^(^rynrtt;���Thir-rsr t rvtnn |-F;Pr  ���;'-j, 7" T ..���; ;,UIS^G^y^Tb7;-���---~^~  Lot us sell your propprly, wo got-results, our, sales  ���    oxcncclod ono-million dollqrs In  1971,  ����*VftB^>^��w*  ,+UVK*t>t*9*.d <$*!���>   -J*'   y.-**.4,**i_  MCK WHITE  <������'886,^935  ,���(���'���  KEN CROSBY   ;;JAY VISSER  " '8^6-209fe ',/,������.'���>..8S5.230a.4v  xnr  ,rARPRQrSIMATEL-Y:i-33:'Ae^EfeP  On Hwy, 101, fronting on 3 sldps of p,H, Socondary School, Apprpx,  10'acroB partially 'cloarod and In gross, Would mb|<Q' okco||oht  subdlYislan or mobllo homo park, Full prlco $32,000 with . 10,000 ���  down.  EARL, COVE ,,  ' A fow Iota Mill avo||nb|o on this 3b Jot-subdivision. Priced from  -"* ������""'" "* '   " " $4,0007'    ' \.'-1   '  '   MADEIRA PARK'  Choice vlow'tola on 64 lot'subdivision, Prices from $4,000 to  .-���,,..;.��� Jji?��P.S9*^Jitfw|pgr!KLraadyJflrJ>julWlnaw, -._*���.  PENDER HARBOUR   ',  Now 2 bodroom Q64 ��q, ft, modal homo. Eloctrlg hoot, slono  flroplaco, woll lo.vvnll'Blidg carpoln throughput. On chnlco soml-  ,walar(ronl lot overlooking Pondor Marbour ond c|oso to storo ond  nrrr^=rmnrlnarJr.u|l^rlOT$267900:^  Approx, 14 acros with approx, 350 ft, wotorfront������  v Asking H/>,000,    ,Many other,vlow-ond-wotarfrppt-lotfi'lnMhfl'PonrtprHartTOuroroq-  1 ���! ���  Hi,"*  M^.^   4 I.  1   , REALTY LTD,  "\i, .      Madeira'Park, B,C; '    ���._'      ,;"������   7  ..J,..,; Phono- -Pondor��, J Ha rbbu r- 8 83*223 3 ���* -'���:..,.,'::" 2..",  )ih>;"��  ��*  T  /> ,1  ���:���)  .A  ���*.('  i[A  "/"! k    I  FOR SALE (Continued)  FOR SALE (Continued)  '36" PROPANE range and bot-  Tle. T>lione  885-9043."   - 8480-18  MARINE ACCESSORIES��  Paint-^Fibreglass���Rope��� '   Canvas���Boat Hardware  Compressed  air  service  NYGREN SALES     .    >  (1971) LTD.  Phone 886-9303,  Gibsons,  B.C.  CANADIANA at News Books  and Stationery includes The  12th Mile, by Perrault; Place  of Quiet Water; Gibsons Landing.. Story- S.S. Beaver; Coastal Cruising; The Last Spike;  The National Dream and a  host of Other titles. Also hobby gardening and cook books.  Located in the Peninsula  Tfmes Block, Sechelt. 885-9654.  8470-18  DEEP  well   pump,   Simpsons-  Sears Homart, $130. Ph. 883-  2407. 81419-18  ���0FFEE - lb. 85c  .GU.ARANT.Ef  LESbL.  885-9063  Cowrie  Street - Sechelt  FOR that very special present  ���Seasons of the Eskimo, a  vanishing way of life, $16.95.  Bird's of Canada, $15. Special  for -Easter - Bedtime Bible  Stories for Children,, $2.00. At  News Books and Stationery,  Sechelt (Times office) where  only good bboks-can be.found.  Ph. 885-9654. 8423-17  8409-18  MAPLE dining table, 2 leaves,  36"x48"   -   687   $40.   Phone  886-9676. ' 8448-18  FOR SALE (Continued)  PAIR matching wool rugs 8x  4V2 ft,, dry cleaned $107  Casting rod with 2 tips and-  Bronson 2200 reel and line,  never used, $20. GE floor poi-  ���-she-p���ptQ-r���Wood���sieve, wiiite���  enamel,    enameled    oven.   _as___.  .. _.fl��.w...JM.. .Wright_Presion tan-.  nis     racket     with     press     $5.  Voigtlander 35 mm camera in  leather   case;    1:2.8    lens   $60.  Other    sundry    items.    Phone  8.%-7039.         * 846-1-18  8466-1-8���-   ���  IF   IT'S   suits���it's    Morgans.  885-9330, Sechelt, B.C.      >  _. ,_.     ... .       8893-tfn  FOR SAL6 (Continued)  -1-5--LB, -A-N-CHOR-^haiii, 30(1 JL <  line, new $25. 3 H.P. Johnson L/S mo'tor,_ as new $100.  Er@��. 15 ft. boat trailer and  winch to purchaser of above.  -P-h��uie_883-25fi1 8446-18  TEMPERS  LEGAL (continued)  Peninsula Times, Wednesday, March 29, 1972     Page A-5  T'AINTrNG .   CONTRACTORS-  Tenders, are invited on or  before April 12, 1972 for painting interior sections of the St.  ftlarv's    Hospital. 7 Direct    en-  . ELECTROLUX  ��� Bob VValtham  Phone 885-9878  "New" !TTi7p"s"Mr propelled -Torrr-  Snow   blower,   reg.   $525.00,  Now    ,.  $376.00  New Toro self propelled" lawn  mower,   reg.   $206.00  Now"      ,��� ���'������-.  -   ::$t69.00  2-new si^owhlow'ers, Toro 20-  lbs. ideal for roqfs or driveway, reg. $1(59.00 now $131.00  _^SL^iSHiNi-RE!^-ALSL���  Phone  885-2848  Davis Bay, B.C:  8447-18  qiiinos   lo:   Administrator," Si.  -M^^---4iH)^i44.J^_ii4��c���G3ili-  LEGAL (Continued)  Mountain retreat  in Himalayas  ���t1f)VER^MeNT--eprJH-  PROVINCE OF  A    handsome    new    hotel    is  goirigHip  ���  Hotel  Everest  View���  at    a ���..'placfe'  called  Sechelt,  8455=18  8299-tfn  if  RUBBER   stamps   of   all   descriptions   -may   be   obtained  at The Times. Phone 885-9654.  Quick service on all orders.  HOOVER    'Twintub'  only   6  months  old  ACADIAN MORTGAGE CORP.  LTD.  1st AND 2nd MORTGAGES  RESIDENTIAL - COMMERCIAL - RECREATIONAL  All types of real estate financing including builders loans.  ���   Fast appraisal service.  ACADIAN MORTGAGE CORP.  LTD.     ,  2438 MARINE, W. VANCOUVER   ^ 926-3256  BUTTERWORTH  TOURS     -  8 days Reno tour $68.00  April   1,   15  and  29  -  May  6.  Phone    876-4504'"of'  433-2267  1820  East  22nd  Ave.;  Vancouver,  B.C.    ���-   washer,  In  new  condition, $100 cash:  23" B/W  Console    T.V,     new     picture  tube, $75. cash Ph. 885-9338.  X 8431-19  HAND split cedar fence posts.  First   quality. ���01d    growth.  Delivered $1.75 per  piece.  Ph.  885-9561.  Ask  for  Hermon.  8462-18  FOK    LETTERHEAD^    envelopes,     statements,     invoices  and   all   commercial   printing,  . contact tbe Tim es...office at Sg:  VILLAGE  OF  GIBSONS  TENDERS  'Tenders  for   Painting.  Gibsons Fireball ~  Tenders will be received by  thrTiTrderstgriea^up" 'TO 12ttooti"  .Tuesday; April 11, 1972 for the  painting of the firehall (exterior), Gower Point Road,  Gibsons. Envelopes should be  marked "Firehal" Painting  Tender". *,  Information may be obtained from tlie Municipal Hall,  Gibsons,  B.C.   Phone 886-2543.  The lowest or any tender  will not necessarily be accepted.  D. JOHNSTON  Municipal  Clerk  TO Box 340, Gibsons, B.C.  March   24,   1972.  8474-18  >   BRITISH   COLUMBIA   MACKENZIE   ELECTORIAL  DISTRICT  PROJECT   NO,   2341   __  CRUSHED GRANULAR  SURFACING  TUWANEK .PIT.  SECHELT AREA  ���'  LEGAL NOTICES  8442-18     chelt or  phone 885-9654.  Member of the Multiple Listing  Service  VIEW ACRE AND OVER . ��� No. 2495  Largely  treed   Jo  enhance  country   living   on  one  point   one   acres,  PHONE-.  Office  885-2235  From Vancouver Toll Free - ZEnith 2012  APARTMENT:  A place where you give up good  dollars for poor quarters.  . sje    ' #      *      *  You'll give up little���and get a  lot���in the following choice properties . . .  ���zoned jui jjitjultisl lesidenliul us>e. Southern exposuie luuluies step-s-  ���iQ_eg.^p��C��Ss_ian JatHjehing TinTi_taeaTiTr''Fronjs on pdvedToad' jusl"  minutes  to  Sechelt  shopping.  Yqut choice  of  site anywhere  up  to  600 feet from Highway for hide-a-way location.  Services available:  ..���_ City water or���your-^wr^^upplv^-PheneT^Hydror^able-^TrVT-Reasenably--  priced at $6500.00. BobTkent, eves 885-9461.  WATERFRONT ACREAGE                          __ No. 2499  -^^pFQXr-8n0--fe&t���-flat���waterLrj_ni__jnc_'A2__ acres of privacy on  -"Powder "BayrTood from I lighwoy to beach. Enjoy swimming, fishing, -  boating in the clear water of Georgia $traits. Expensive but wonderful. Half cash required. Surveyed for two parcels, may be bought  separately or as a whole. Let me show you. Zoned.for development or.  private-userPeter-Smith, 885-9463 eves.,...-.,   $..-.....   .  ... ...7-...,.'.��...,..'  NOTICE TO  CONTRACTORS  .Sealed tenders, marked "Tender for Project No. '��� 2341:  Crushed Granular Surfaeing-  Tuwanek Pit", will be received by the Minister of Highways in his office at the Parliament Buildings, Victoria, British Columbia, up to 2:00 p.m.  (Pacific Standard Time) on  Thursday the 13th day of  April, 1972, . and ^opened in  public at that time and date.  Tertders. should be delivered  to Room "237, Douglas Building, Victoria,  British Columbia.  Plans, specifications, and conditions of tender may be obtained    from    the   ^Proyincial  -Form ��k>. ���!���- -  --  Plan Viewing Room, 108-501  West 12th Avenue, Vancouver 9. British Columbia, (telephone 879-7531), or from the  -undersigned���4eF-^the���sum   of-  Form   No.   1   .  LAND  ACT   -  >   NOTICE, OF INTENTION   -TtrAPPLY FOR A  DISPOSITION   OF  CROWN LAND  In Land Recording District  of * New Westminster^ and sit-  ualed-Earls. Cove, Agamemnon  Bay.  Take notice that, Alexander  and Marjorie Rankin, of RR 1,  Madeira Park, occupation rer  tired, intends to apply for a  lease of the following described lands:  Commencing at a post planted NE corner of Lot 13, Block  A, District Lot 5388, Group 1,  Plan 11485, New Westminster District; thence 100 feet to  the NW ' .corner of Lot 13.;  thence seaward at right angles  for 75 feet; and containing one  half acre more or less.  The purpose for which the  disposition is required is private  wharf.  ���. .ALEXAWD-E-R-BANKIEL  MARJORIE RANKIN  Dated March 22,  1972.  8459-pub. March 29, April 5, '72  LAND   ACT  'TTOTTCETOF INTENTION TO  APPLY FOR A DISPOSITION  OF CROWN LAND  -$��0:00"(cheque or moneyorder  made payable to the Minister  of  Finance)  which  is not  re-  " fundable.  Construction   of   this   contract  shall conform .to thereguire-  Iji-Land-J&ecQrdihg  District    ments  of  the applicable sect-  YOURLOGH0ME No. 2482  Log  cabin  retreat  with  almost  9  acres  of  woodland.   Guest cabin,  work  shop   and   good   water   supply.   Jack  Warn,   886-2681   eves.  FAMILY HOME���NEAR NEW No. 2241  -Asking only $23,800.00, -terms, for this- truly, delightful 3 bedroom  INVESTORS. ALERT! No. 2466  Watch your money grow as Sechelt grows. 3 acres on the outskirts of  home decorating and finish is beautifully done, cannot be replaced  now.for this price. You can't help liking thjs one, JO minute drive to  Village, Peter Smith, 885-9463 eves.  -No_��2SQ��-  _y/WKthhE>_eo.-ppA6E _ = .   "1,000 sq.ft. cottage on level landscaped,acre. Ideal place to get  away from it'all." Full price" $ 14,900700. Could "be' 'financed.. John  Breen, 883-2794.  the Village. Requires only $6000.00 down. Balance uf $23,500.00  at 7%!.Golden opportunity knocks for man with confidence in our  future. Name your own payment shedule within 15 year term. Some  cleared area. Mostly young growth on balance, of generally level  district lot. Government maintained road for access. Electric power  at site. Bob Kent, eveS. 885^9lfo'l.       . ~~      '           "' ~7777:  VIEW BUILDING LOT No.  2359  Spacious building site with sea view, low down payment on $5,000.00  full price. Jack Warn, 886-2681  eves.  DAVIS BAY , No. 2418  Nearly level lot 1 block from the highway, easy to clear, waterline,  hydro and phone on rqad Priced at $4,250.00 for quick sale. Doq  Hadden,  885-950^ey^.M|Mqq  >nMAm  i  RETIREMENT SPECIAL ' No. 2500  Modest two bedroom home on one point one acres of sunny slopes  at West Sechelt, enjoy boating, fishing, beaches and swimming practically at yqur door step. Few minutes drive to shopping and hospital  facilities. Zoning allows for construction of second dwelling for  rentgl purposes. Live, in one and supplement income from other, ,1-ive  harmoniously in country atmosphere while enjoying: city water.  Phone, Hydro and cable T.V. Surprisingly low cash price of only  i$ 12,900,00..Bob.Kent,.885,9461. exes.._ ...,.' _    ot Vancouver and situated ap-  proximately seven-tenths of a  mile southeast of .Four Mile  Point,  Porpoise: Bay,..Sechelt,  Take notice that Larry E.  Heagle and Patricia Walsh  Heagle of Seattle, Washington,  occupation Court Reporter  and housewife intend to ap-.  ply for a lease of the follow-  in'g described lands;     ""'���    ;~  Unsiirveyed   vacant   Crown  foreshore  fronting Block 2 of  Lot 4690, Group 1, NWD Plan  77327;-:������������������i��� L���.   ions���o*F The' TJcpartment-  Highways "General Specifications for Highway Construel-  ioji'',.. Jf ...JtheL..:bid4.er jdp.es__not  already have a copy of these  specifications, one may' be obtained from the Provincial  Government Plan Viewing  Room, Vancouver, British Columbia, or from the undersign-  ,ed   for..-4he^-sum_of_$10..0Q  Canada needs  more miners  A SHORTAGE of experienced  miners in Canada has forced  coal producers  in  Alberta  to  look elsewhere for miners, in-  Khumjung, at an altitude of  13.000- feet here in the Himalayas. It is an hour's Irek  north of Namehe Bazar, the  well-known Sherpa town and  the starting point of many an  Everest   expedition.  The hotel is being buit with  Japanese collaboration and the  managemnl will be' in their  hands. Although being, built  in a remote and inaccessible  region, the hotel plans to accommodate two dozen people  at a time, and will have every  modern facility. All rooms will  be air-conditioned and oxygen  will be- available���-not only "  portable, but also on hartd at  every bedside. ,,  The hotel"s restaurant plans  to serve Chinese, Japanese,  Continetal, and Western dishes. Most of the furniture and  the carpets have been brought v  from Japan and when one  considers that practically everything, .food included, , has  ko be brought in from Katmandu by air, one appreciates  how much care and trouble  this entails.    ,  Close to the highest  peaks  in the  would, the hotel looks  "~^uT^h���^VeT^s"t^a"ffn^ll'~tis--li  other notable peaks. Peak-  climbing expeditions are not  to   be   undertaken   from   the  ���hotel, but it will supply, guides.  Commencing at a post planted at the S.E. corner of Block  _.of Lot 4690, Group 1, NWD;  thence 160' feet West; t-hence,  160 feet Northeast; thence following sshoreline J.o point of  commencement; and - containing three-tenths acres, more or  less;      ' -.' ������     ��j     ��� '"���  (cheque or money-order made  payable to the Minister' of  Finance) which is not refundable. All copies purphaSed are  .-registered and amendments  "are^forwarded- vidTen jssviecET^  No tender will be accepted or  considered which contains an  escalator clause or any other  qualifying conditions and the  lowest or any tender will not  necessarily  be  accepted.  ,,. ,DEP.UT^7'.]^II!IISTER,.   , _JL.'.|3lf .M��ft''d. _���   eluding Japan.  Mclntyre Porcupine Mines,  Ltd., has conducted a recruiting   carhpaign in-Japan-and  has received 52 applicants for  work at its Grande Cache  mine, 20 miles west of here.  Shuji Shigihara, Japanese  consul in Edmonton, said experienced Japanese workers  are needed to bring the Graii-  de Cache mine's production up  to the level called for in a 15-  year' contract' with "Japanese  steel interests.  and, porters for those guests  interested in trekking up to a  certain-altitude, visiting-neighboring areas, and even a  beautiful, sleepy lake higher  up. Here the peaceful scene  includes grazing yaks and a  vakherd   singing   a  -Khamba  song.   .  There are few such pllaces  left where time is not measur-  "ed" by the- tickin'gsoi'a clockr  where space is - vast and wide,  where nature's aspect is. of a  rugged grandeur, and where  religion is close to the heart  of man.   Row to get here?  speak English already are  working at. the Mclnjyre Porcupine Mine. Another 40 are  expected to arrive*at Grande  Cache'ftarly nex,t year, if they  can obtain visas.  Plans   are"  uncler   way   to"  build"an airstrip close *to the  hptel   site   but   until   that   is  ready, the hotel- will bring its  clients in from Jfatinandu in-  ita-  "^isdom is knS^fhg^wAat-{o  place called Lukla. There arrangements will, be mgde to  take the passengers on to the  hotel, another day's trek from  there, with an overnight stop  on the way, or by helicopeter  sh^^,^;^^, hotel, Tb.e..:hoteL.itself is,almost  'do tiext. Skitf-is~knuwi"ng liow���eoiiBii|^'e,-l'iAt>d''tfeg.'"rojinQgement-  to do it. Virtue is getting it    hopes-to  open   it to  tourists  done. " from' mid-April;   .CARPENTER���|NVESTpR'$ SPECIAL .. ��� ��� ,   No., 2070  Central Village location. Close to everything. Full price $10,500.00.  Fully cleared lot worth $6,000.00. Has basic, 3 bedroom comfortable  WATERFRONT���EXCELLENT VIEW      '^^ '.     No. 2474"  On hqlf acre lot handy to Gipspns. C&rnforrable 2 bedroom home.  Lqrge  liyjng  room with  heqtqlqtor fireplace,  bright  kitchen,  base-  rnpM:iwtn.nt\..hirnrtrf>.*..AL_,Cl^  , The purpose, fpr. which the  disposition is required is oyster culture.        ..    . ,  -home,���good-revenue now, as  is._.Re.qiiiiBilj!Pv^r^ jti*rnRS"nA. *��� '���,^.,.^., 7n._  tRKnn hn-innron'm.nhi- ttfM month 7%! Bob Kent. eveS7-885.94647^*3^900.00; terms. C. R. Gathercole, 886-7015  $5,500, balance payable $50 month 7%\ Bob Kent, eves. 885-9464-;  BUSY FAMILY HOME :"    , No. 2360  Steps to beach and boat basin, maybe a mile" to Village, this 8 year  old 3-bedroom home tastefully decorated, fireplace,, separate living  and dining rooms. A/Oil beating. Uiqse |pt, good terms'. F.P.  $23,800.00 under % cash. Peter Smith, 885-9463 eyes,  SECRET COVE "2..2..22Z. .'"" J'.L...     _    7N��..2469 ���  A hideaway, with deep.waterwharf, Ppnqbode cottage, electric heater,,,  plus guest cqbin. $30,000.00 fwM price with furnishings. Jqck Warn,  886-2681, eves.  n  ���79^cRES.WAfERFRONf'^  Unspoiled- 90 acres of waterfront just 20 miles from Spchelt by boat.  No roads,  no neighbours, 2 streams; approx.  370Q'  pf .slpreljne,  Rare recreation property. $33,600.00vdown, full price $120,000.00,  Pon Hqdden, 885-9504 eyes.   2 BEDROOMS AND 2 LOTS- No. 2478  Snug retirement���bedroom cottage on 2 lots, w||th large dogwood, ,  fir arid "arbutus trees beside smqllorcftgrd, Glorious view Of sea Isles  *-ne^"TflounT^iTsr*$ l'^;000:00-fMjl^lc?rMJacir,WdrHr-Ba6*26d l*'oV��aFsr-  CENTRE OF VILLAGE No. 2488  Rented-ro-others accommodation at handy location. Situated on  double lot; consists of 2 homes rented year round. Good basis for  starting your own business or adding to it, Cash speaks; try $22,000.  ��ob Kent, 885-9461 eyes.  LARRY ELDOTSTHEAGL-E and"  PATRICIA WAfiSH HEAGLE  Dated March 21, 1972.  8450-pub. March 29, April 5 '7g  Department .pf Highways, .  Parliament Buildings,   Tlctoria,' British ColumBTaT  File No. .624-2341  March,  1972.  8444^pub. March 29, 1972.  LAR.C?E FAMILYrr=.4-BEDROOMS No, 2437  .One"i5h.4.mai"n and 3 upsrqirs, full high basement too. Auto, oil  furnace, 100 qmp. service. Lively view. Full price $16,500.00. C, R.  Gathercole, 886-7015.  ���^\%\$��3j^^ "'" y T"Uo. '2430  Cenlral Ipcgtjpn���'Splendid view. Attractive, woll kept '2 bbdroom  home'with odditional large finished basement room, Auto, oil furnace,  220   wiring.'   Full price   $2lyOOO.00;   term's;   C;   Ri   Gathercole;  886-7015.  THRIVING AREA """ No, 2486  Large 3 bedroom home. Adyqntqgepusjy located, view,.to..West..from  wC^yjS Bqy;^^roj  arid finest sapdy JJeqch.Cornor |pl'7Roacls*paved*'' All 'iocpr'services " *  available. $22,000,00 cash price, Bob Kent, eves, 885-9461.  SECHELT VILLAGE No. 2422 ^ ^_^  Atti-actlvd'-dll electric 3 bedroom homo dvqr  1,000 sq. ft, sf��nQ 7sKL"^ "'' " !' ;'!' '���'���'���'"���������������"������"'--"������-���'���'    n0   2458  fireplace, Lqrge lot with fruit trees,, berries   shrubs ^Garden shed,-- n 3       ^^^ Maturing real privacy while pwsonMng a  aaraao. pa tic.and lqrge lawn, close io K\ opl ond shopping centre,     command|ng vlew of, Georg|Q S)raltSi SltUfltod on  1|3 Qcros toward  Full price $22,950. Try your down payment. Don Hadden, 88i>95Q4     oce(?n on q��|flt s|dQ roodpyM00 square foot home with co*y fire-  oves'  ir^m^r^. ploce. Picture window. "City" water, phono, Hydro, Well suited for  CkOSE TO BREAKWATER'���-- ---��� -'-'��� -^-*-��-�����-^���.-.Nor������"i!467r----on|oypblo.rqtlre,me.nt.^FulLp.rlco���$40,00'f>,,As.;appolntmonls.necosspry,  Quiet location on Selrriq fqrk Rpad. HlQh-OUtlppH over Tro(l,^qy..or)fJ���Bpb;K"9|it; 885-946.1 .-fives.,;;; _ ;        , .      7       ;,   v   ;   , ,7  the Island Soafront, Goad boating'area. Close to country store-ond    breakwater. Short drive to shopping complex ancl modern hospital  . Lot, Slw,j 00x112. feet. An oxeollent buy at $5,250,00, |3ob |<ont<  885-9461.eyes, >, , . , ,>.    ..  ;���>���-r- ,�����   RETIREMENT.H0rrAE7-4-.4-.. T^, - , ,~ ,- ._..���,...���������_Jt_Q..toWt.  This 2 bdrm Homo oil Insulated, small lot, close to store and transportation, 1 mile to Vlllano, Ideal for, epuplp or; family 0WTQral  . price $14,000,00 Try to match this. House well molntoned, All|  services, Use Government 2nd mortgage, Potpr Smith, 885-9463 ovos.  2 SUMMER HOMES, L.OW COST, FLAT BEACH No, 2064 and 2065  1 Waterfront Duplex, rovonuo, or convert to single, Flat boacli,  furnished, all services,, Askfno $7,2Q0,Q0T?Al5O 3'room collage, "stops  id beach, furnished, all services, asking $4,900,00, Both good loose  ..|ot?rTerm^iPator-Smlthr.885-9463.40vos,.+..,���.,.....,..-. J....���;,.���,,l.. ..,������..���,  LAKE LOT   ,    . .. ���  ,  , . ,.'   " , ff,'      ,  The qUIet qmongst the pines Nicely treed. Little Ondorgrovvlh���-70.'  pf beach���only $5p00 full price, John Preen, 8fi>27?4;  (ACREAGE .       ' .       ,No�� 2501  Seven quiet acres, away from'the hustle and hustle, Ideal rocrealIon*  property���power and. water available. John Preen11083-2794.  ������ty | E'W'PU I LtDI NG* LOT����*��"��**��**<f^  1-fltPQ   yJ����. lot   with   water  laid  on 'overlooking   Saraoanl   Bayv^gANBY-HOOICWATJERERdNX. ��������,  No 2414  uARGE:yiEk,.M?Ts.,,���.,���,.,,,,,;,���,,r_ ���; :,.���.,.,...,,������ ���. _.,j*>.M6&  Build whoro you can woken t6 a vlow of lho Gulf ond VnncQf4Y(&r  Islands, Mile of public beaches to walk, Choice of lqrge Iota nl  $5250.00 each, wltli tog, walor. Jack Warn, 886-2681, eyes,  ��___��___w_t____m9_m<H__t^M^^  Box 238 Gibsons - PHbrie 886-2248  --���������*-  SOAMES "POINT  Thred B.R. home on Marine Drive, Newly decorated  ""ifnt-^oirtc>_r7r~Sp>Iorvcli<**^vri<3v��71��� CZ:Ic>sie^"ro or\ excel 1 errf^fc>ed<= h  wiring. Immediate occupancy, F.R. $15,500"? Offers.  r~-~~~.���r. .4:,        gy appointment onlY.         .,.,.,  ,bio.���MiAl.  " ./:���'  DAyiS BAY ��� n ���   ,, ��� i   ��� ��� ���   i     ���  i   i  2,:badroom,retirement homo jusl 3 yearn old, Largo view wlndpws.  Epsy lo care for. Concroto walks around tho house on cleared and*'  landscaped lot. Short walk to beach at Davlu Boy, Try a bonk mortgage on full price of $19,950,00. Don Hadden, 80S-?50'4 evo��,  NEAR WHARBBOATING                   l     '������'      ���   *   'No. W?3'  ~Do-UMQ^.QwerTbetitoomsrrngswwl��h onsulto-plumblno. Spacious-  living room foaturoa.warm,paneling,.v/|i|ja plclurosquo vlovy,of lnlot.,  Is prpsont, Pride 6f ownership Includes a kitchen with wp|s and wg)s -..  of high .quality cabinets,; Tho Culinary Artist wll  bo dollghtcd, Full  basement contains' economical ho|. water and healing by oil,. Bo  44uHyJn^moik��fl|IJfl|��Jto^  ^w..^.^^,   HOUSEANDPARN    , Noj JJ49Q  Now nowl Electrically healed, 3 bodrppm homo has masslvalioatalatbr  flroplaco, Qualht ope horse barn and work shop combined, Hafi��trong;  flaora for heavy duly work, Four p��lnl four acres pf gentle joMlhwrj  ���filapo���for..ovontuQLfiubdlvl5lon.profliab||(ty1���A:JlMl^.jrnaQ!|},9t!p^  ���Gomo'     '    '"       ������������  ���    $24,  evaa,  foot-off waterfront and delightful 2 bedroom hpmo, well Insulated,  stone flroplaco, pqrt bqsomont, sundeck, concnllo driveway, sovorol  Arbutus trcosi Hydro, phono and piped "water;" |ust 5 miles from  Secholt, Full price, j 19,950, Don Hgcfden,.885.9504 ovoa��� ,  ONLY $19,6001 "^ ~" No, 2455  Four bedrooms,  Low  prlco  requires cash or your own  morlgogo  arrangements, will) which wo will ba alad to aiulst, Only a dollar for  , Jond laxos, lost. yVqr..Largo, Iot^l35xl.40.,feet..,liocontly.. remodollod.^.  Homo has full basement, automatic furnace, Not for to Sandy public  ��� bcacharea, Bpb Kontr88l5"946| ovos,'     ���  7VARIEDLOTS No.,23,98, 2043, 2306, 2311,2399, 2409  PKfulront owners, local Ions'1 and prices, All excellent,, lots, asking  prlco9--frQm~$8rOQO-an<l'upi^  *  GIBSONS VILLAGE  Bright newly decorated two B.R.homo, very centrally  ,|ocated..,Excellent view. Elect... heqt,,. A/E.hot, water.  Attractive  fireplace.  Patio,  ornamental   trees  and,'  shrubs. Good lawn, A very woll situated retirement  homo close to all facilities, F.P. $16,300 with $5,000  down. Offers.       "        ���   * ',   ' 7  ���^-r-���r-: prfisipER-pj-ARppuR-^--   BARGAIN-HUNTERS!! .Quality everywhere-in��� this modern  1500  sq. ft. full basement home. Lovely furnishings-included. SITUATED  ON 12-y<ATERrVlEW.ACRES! Has two good cabins which could   ���  be rented-'PLUS^ a'"machinei shop"'���withT';a'*ldVge^-;lhVe,hf6i7--ol---firstt-"-;  class tools and equipment! Full price .only -$39,750.00-with-terms.  WATERFRONT:   Serviced   lots  in  Pender  Harbour  ...  2  for  $)'2;6;0*b and']'for $T3jOOO.-AII-have-|eve|-beach;access;������  FRANCIS 'PENINSULA:1 Serviced view lot close to the water and  free moorage, Perfect for building & septics. Full price $7,300,00.  '^OMMERaAL^  ���-   - y -���'-'Park'V.-vpriced frpm-$7,900,00. -,...������,.,,  JOGK' HERMON��*PENDER HARBOUR:  ..    ��� Phone 883-2745   I.    .          CHARLES ENGLISH LIMITED- ~:  c|pq,rpd, WalPr & Hydro to all.those, All-within 4 ,i|n|les of, Socholt,  Lot mo  help you; Bank Finance! Peter Smllh, 883-9463 oyos.  !'  "VIEW LOTS"'",*;'i*J "" "*r:~:"' *'" ���"r' "   ' ""��� * "No, 24 79"  High on n lovol cliff ovorlopklng Ponder Harbour, All fnolllllou nvalU  i^Mil! PrlC��' 'Cy ��� ^    m0,lt ��n,V: ��� "t\. P7- ^ ^ ,, ''   ���'-      *S�� ^ OUR FrTe^CATALOG^ Of? RPA  f REAL ESTATE  WltV" ���   ���_., ���..N9.,W90,  ONLY*4% mllos to Socholt, this 2 bedroom homo.only 2 years old,  QUIET COUNTRY AREA -  ONLY4Mi mllos to Socholt, this '/ pmiruwiu iiwnmMiiiy * toi�� ��i��i  elect rf<T norit; trldflRT rannff* nnrt tfeqrfrcere-wlth-wlorBrick-firTpioc^  'org��-fl<jrofl��,-Own��r,.m��M��mov/��,4.come.orH'J<i��P.ond���/nflk  T��rm��   P��t��r Smith. flfl5.94A3 evos. it' ���      i  Terms, Potor Smlthrflfl3-9463.ovo��,  vpwww*  LOTS IN SECHELT '., . -: ...,.-r .-....-...^..fe^P8.!^^  4% acres In 5 lots or divide to suit, In Secholt, $25,000,00 full prjeo.    .  Jack Warn, 0B6-26BI ovos,   ' '"' GOWER ^lNT"WATERFRONt  Two and Ope Half acres; con��lsting of Three-One half  aero waterfront lots and ONE full acre l<?t, facing  ori black top road, All fine vlow property, fully cloarod.  Wafer 'Hydro and Phono 'available."Thoro Is a com-  fort-a'bfe home on the One aero lot. Pleaso enquire  mm nt***** pn>frw��i��(-��"��iiiftwifwt*f�� ��*���������*  "ROBERTS'CREEK    ��� '  Ad)acent to BEACH PARK wo offer, a cloarod Vz  aero block of view property. Block fronts on.two paved  roads. This land hao subdivision potential. All facilities available. F.P, $13,500. OFFERS,  ��� #tiW��lW'*^^��^*'W����#S*��'��l'', WlMW^��^aW**B��fe����w��.'1t-'<al  " GOWER*POINT*  Vory attractive 2 bodrobm hpmo'on a cholco vlow aero  of land, Closo to everything yet vory secluded, Priced  to soli,  PRIVATE SALE���IMMEDIATE POSSESSION.  ''",'Geqrg|o'Stra)t1-,Vlew,'HdWQ^; Selma Park      .,J*  7.,      I)  ApprQjK. 2400,sg, ft, on 2 floors, A'Vdtvn^Z bathrms, 2 fire,  w"paj��sfW?Wrca^^ rc*cT7o^^Ali^2^X3"0^  ~'C:.oT"r"Hr|i;io^  Phono 805-9630.  ���nf-���*�����"�����"'  M"  Looking for a  photographei  teally clicks?  'inli <i'iTfi <H'||Mi il | wgf: (iimiiu'iii n Mm  m ^ \\ia\m\ 'nil   ^H^^.w^^^v..^)Uii^.^'i:^A%wi^��6H>MU  .ty-"  DAVIS PAY ,   ,.    ��� ;    N��. MM  ' Half  qcro view  lot   I00fx200'  overlooking-ocean  at  Davlu  Pay,,  SliuaterJ nt ��?nf) of ��1ul��' Mroet, Nearly Jovpl, nico choice of trees, bul  . oafcy to cloar,-On(y 46,200.00, Pon Hadden^ 0B5i95p4 oves,  AGENCIES LTD.  Box. 128, Sechelt      "",;. '       ���^Phoijo 685:2235  Or Call Toll Froo from tha Greater Vancouver Aroa  ZEnith, ?012          , (e.8��o;e,) .    ���     *  <*'-  /fl.  ���immmt wmfamtthmmtftimii  �� tf-  IILl^Vf    ii   ,  \,  n*  MfMMWfW  X  ����tNs��M��^��^W#a^^  a**jmium*tyi��fi  mmmmmtm  PENDER HARBOUR^ .  3 Vlow Acres aboyo the road and Acres.to the water .  wjth 700 feat walor frontaQQ.Wolorand road to (t>oth  *'-,*���TrrT^prop-0Tr:l0'C  ^a^^^UAj^U;^;,.-; ,:��� ;:,������,���;���;���;��� ,',, ^.,,,.J,,llJ,���..-,... ^.....'  ....   ...   . .-   ' GIBSONS   '  3 Bedroom homo on a largo vlow lot. This Is a very  jnlca J dmlly.J:>orriQJor.^  11,  MEMBER OF VANCOUVER REAL ESTATE, BOARD   NOTARY PUBLIC  ~w^p^ ���'��� '-'���" ���  '   Vlhco Prowor���806-9359  Wally/ Pqtorson-^886.2877 ;   ,  "I  K, l|l  mmimi."  ,7,,  f.Wii'^WHaM���CMH���MMti  ���^8��H.^~*.  ,t*  i'r ii.  ���..jrfL**ki\miMf*4iti,tttir_' "I'.J*1 >'_>i9't9\.\l>'A '(���MitMini,1! ,,i, ���i1a,���  i \ ��� ,.r f-^'-^iM\'22M,^,::m"yj"  r.vii  J'        ' >   "^^^^TZ; ,..     7,,'iri^K;   l4Jtt    ;  ./ '        ' ' I        I ' '      II   '��� , 11, ,     11 V   ,  25*  Page A-6  %  t  The< Peninsula Times Wednesday, Marc-H-2$^{93-%-  By Maxwell Hammersmyth . ..  ���    ���  Gibsons Scout troup visits  American scbut winter camp  Si-i in-1    ��� c  i j * I   I )'���-!. .< I   li\ic!)<M s  1,- i i i |,:   ||-  1'<i->]i|i Hi Adliin llolKMl-  ���4..M dm in   hi-,    i-l"  l.J-l v.i-i L lo pre  ,-,,��� tn-     ������ v    ul  I'.i  1 I- i-xi-i uln i- mi  I", !i "!   -m�� I.iii.  tin* ��� i''.'.- el tivcihT-  \h     |;, ��� >��� 11 miii   li.i     -. lMldl   .ill   bill  I ,> .i i I : ,i    I,- i lp r-    \>-i-i' .ilinn-. in  III,,   p  m II,. c     l'..ll   .".   i .ill-   Id''   IUiUK'I  Rail-,  i>-  i'i i dm- nn Si-hnu! hKii.rl opera l-  ,. ��� ii i I he -i'i-i!,iii im i'.ill .! which  , i !).:.     nr    in> ii-.i (    in   Ii achers  i- i - .ilm* i- ,i Inn i -'-I \ii the goy-  i  n -nl   null ���>    .ipp: 'i    Ii"  rate-  ��� i i . n j n'l.'ii n>In111 i.- i ausing  i n ii ��� di lur'iMinv .i:n! ������ c- passed  I..- 1 ji-l.ituM-  l.-i   l-i.il.i-.   27-15.  "Square Pegs"_. ._.  BCTF Presidentquesti  attitude of school board  IN CONTRAST to their tent and snow-  cave camp-on lop-of Mount* Elphinstone in February, Gibsons scout troop  spent a comfortable weekend in the warm  huts ���of Camp. .Sheppard���Boy S.couAs of  America's winter camp on Crystal mountain,   70  miles  south-east  of  Seattle.  The comfort was in being able to dry  out aftcrMiours of high-geared fun down  the steep sloping toboggan slides located  on the campsite. So stjpep "and fast ���,' intact, that toboggans are banned in favor  of inner tubes. And the boys were made  quickly aware of this danger"when, within aii Injur of arrival, two of the 200  U.S. scouts also -in camp were stretcher-  borne from the runways, and suicide  slide���the toughest of them all���was put  off  limits.  Not sure whether off .limits is a legal  Canadian term Gibsons scouts James Sal-  lis and Michael Hanson slunk over to  give suicide the Canadian' manpower test.  But after a couple of runs on the steep,  200 ft, 20-bump slide both boys had suddenly acquired an acute knowledge as  to the exact location of the body's 212  liones.   .'.���������  Two   of   the   other- slides���"Airborne"  inner tube lifted from a large bump near;  the base of the slide and soared four  feet into tlie air, the lucky ones lancjing  only   inches  away  from   a   nearby   pond.'  On  Big  Bend the trick  was'to turn  the-.-.   sharp corner at full speed but brake in  time to avoid a.ducking in the hidden  creek that cut across the run aNt'its base.  At night, with navigation of the slides  too dangerous, the Canadian contingent  ���in the tradition of Gibsons troop���attempted, with the aid of snowballs, to set  the stage for the War of 1812" revisited.  Putting the U.S. occupants of' Old Crow  hut to rout looked much- like.-. the surrender of the* old frontier post of Detroit.  But just as the Canadians were about  to -burn the public buildings in Washington, D.C., four U.S. scouters decided the  war had gone far enough. ' \  Nevertheless,- 'the boys and leaders  made friends with many of the U. _S.  campers, and all thoroughly enjoyed  their stay in the States. The underlying  purpose for Gibsons troop's annual winter visit to Camp Shephard, and its week  of summer camping atCamp Parsons on  the Olympic Peninsula, is to bring the  scouts into closer contact with Amercan  youth   so   that   a   deeper   understanding  and   "Big   Bend*'   were    more   hilarious  _ ^^T"l C5     l'ian   I'g��1*ous-   Airborne     would     bring     may   be  developed  and  nurtured  before  S O LJLVgr* JL J. fj���ga^es-~e��-4tH��-gW?^^  the unrehearsed aqroloatics as scout  and     adulthood.  "fi.  ,. j,,.,  i" nn,  V.i i.  i> i."i'  ' l.i i  i ��� ��� ��� ��� ��� I     i-ii.  ,'I.j!.        '.'.Ill CI.  ,     II' I I". >i-  I I I   nl"    V 11 ��� ��� 11  "'Ml   I     I...  .i      ii* "Ive per-  v mi 'i   be  pro-  Mi     1.  '    I'  Mm  I  I I ���  V  -.  ii i1  ���I ���   ���  i ��� in  ..   ...i  .11, v.'  .1   h  ..ii i  ll i !���'  :  . ;    mm��    I'  I...       'nil   ii i i  ������    .nu.'    11'.  Mill' >    '    HU i'i  ll     |" '  im      .ill'  '.'. ll      I'I     ..    ill-',1!  Senior citizens enjoy  Sunday musical  H   .1"U  S.  I,.  Mission  British" Columbia Teachers' Federa- .School District on Thursday, has  tion President Adam Robertson, pic- called for everyone interested in de-  tnred with SeclTelt. Teachers' Assoc-    mocracy to work towards the defeat  iation President Mrs. Virginia Douglas during his visit to the Sechelt  of the Socred Government in BTT.  .i| .-I.iii'.i, i" i .*.< ''ii  teachers and the Board, the BCTF President asked trustees if they knew why  they were sitting at the board table, and  had they consulted with teachers in an  -attempt to arrive at objectives in the  school district. If.not, then the Board is  playing with figures and has an .Accounting Budget rather than an Educational  Budget.  "I am not convinced that we in educ-  aroJ  11  'I'll  I  .ll  .   <l  I  delight-  by   Mr.  for the  Sechelt  alion���professionals'  ~bnards==kiiuw  where we are going. We have not been  given leadership from the Minister on  how to operate with limited funds and  we have less resource to measure up a  program which is the same".  i'  ���it     i ,.i i < '  II      I I1" Il    \ ��� "I !��� 1"  "- .|'i '       >"  | i'      ll''1'1    il  1" I      h    I   '.l    .       -v l|l��>!  Un, this occasion, two very special  guest stars John Gross and Carl Montgomery, pupils of Mr. Sidney Redman, expressed their masterly technique at the  key-board with warmth and enthusiasm.  The audience was amazed at' the dexterity  of young fingers which expressed the  thoughts of great masters such as Beethoven and  Rachmaninov.  Mrs. McCrady played several compositions on the guitar accompanied by  "TCfiT  FOR YOUR UNFILED  INCOME TAX RETURNS  ���; 335 East Broadway, Vancouver,  B.C. ���   Phones:   (Da^s) J|79-^  if Out-of-town inquiries welcomed.  Phone collect! Pick-up service.  fMW^m^-iii- ���fe5&  fe^Srii.^  To Nanaimo  Return  Sechelt 885-2214 ���.Nanaimo 753-2041  ^TYEE  Head of Government Wharf  Hatcher on the piano, wnich. were"  received with great ovation.  A  poem   in  seldom   heard   Yorkshire  dialect   presented   by   Mrs.. Olive   Clear  was thoroughly enjoyed.  , i.4,  New .member of the organization Mr.  Steps recommended to tlie Board.^.pl'nieiy^ ��goU   played   with   gusto   some  !._..,��� ,���:.....i'-'^.__���.:.... *��!���.._:.. .j:���4^-;���i. &ii���-*-7!mano.7Phcs  REOPENING  OF  sr.hnnl 7hnairdl%e&tin^  Sechelt, B.C.  ing that time, included: setting objectives,  programs to reach them, and art'analysis-  ~of"tasks"I'd be peTformeaT ' ; 1  OBJECTIVES  ��� Outlining what, has happened in tliis  school district, trustee Bill Malcolm said  we have had education conferences which  involved everyone. Objectives have been  lo try to giVe children a sense of dignity  and self-i;espect as. well as an education,  Ptagb.-^Clie-'Bra rich -is. also please'd to wel-  <~0ie Mi',"James' vocal talents, he used-  tofbpa great favorite/when he appeared  -asT-a^tenor ��� witli_7'Jr-h'eatre---i-Uiid^r" the*'  Stars". Also well received was popular  singer Mr. Dave Hayward accompanied  by;,Mrs. Eva Hayward.-   ,  Eor' Quick  H'csulls  Use  Times  Adbriefs  f-^atlo   Cfardend   cJJining,   cJLoan^e  GOOD FRIDAYr MARCH i31 sh, ]y ���  IN��M~-AND^QNDAY   ������"���;,  "PDe^D" closure-of" Highway'"^^   _7tbe_r?'JBLlC ���^^^Neske__dsJlTAdQy., Satujslay^ad7SundflyL_:   PRIVATE PARTIES TO 45 PERSONS Tuesday, Wednesday & Thursday  BY RESERVATION  Halfmoon Bay, B.C.  885-9927,  HOME HINDS  FREEZER SIDES  SPECIALS FRONTS  AND  SPECIALS  =:JACKSr   Lloyds Lucky Dollar Stolre  Garden Bay, B.C. Phono 883-2253  logothor but  loachors wliriuivo to listen  lo uh and  at least bollovo. a fraction of  what wo nay", Mr. -Mulligan a .Iho referred......  lo wllhclrawal ol' loaglior Hupport I'i'om tho  oducalion committee and HtutomontH  inatle in llio local prais and tholr uowh-  papoi'",  -���~^13(3iuxl'��tuthMiuui-Mi!��,-Sl��oUuJiltaon,ajx��_��  ,|)lalnod'.', oiijiiciltlun. uoiumHUiu'.'...itiln.'��lUi,q,.,.���:.  ono of which lnt'lucioH Hchool truHtoon and  Iho dlHlrlol- Huporlntondont  with oodhuII-  atlon iWlth .io8ouico��.pcoplo.,HUuh���uh-lho  'o|dni':'i'1'i.',1^  Eclucallon Commlttoo Ih uoinpii.socl of. ton-  ohoi-H, li:,imloi!H, dlHtrlet Huporlnfonclonl  and HtudonlH,, Thin, whh lnlllatod by tlui  boTlrtl itncl hun tho mtniu power uh any  olhor commlttoo,  QONSU STATION        ���������-  Mr, HoborlHon aiu'imd that IniHtuor,  muHt mal.o l.ho.diHili-lon bill It hIhiuIcI bo  (yni^orl^nrtntn l^nnsvi ltntlonr,,w"^^  TniHtoo MuIUhmi. po'lnUul out that thin  ITr*^cl< >��i o- '"* ti r "* if V'lT^'tfrniTryTm^niXf���rnro o 11 n jpih���on cl���-  drow attention  to .Socholt.School  which  tuachoi.M had helped (UihIhu, Ho hiiUI lho  , Hi'uii'd dooH Hpond I lino nn oducallon oh-  juetlvuH hut ro^ai'dlnn analynln of tanl<H  whal do you (lit whon you alroudy havo  va* n<i'utlr(V'i)0|'( lit ir round htiltii ho nucr-  if'(i?^,,w?r^dfflfiwnnrtTfl^n,nff  wllhout coiiHullInu Mr, Hanna and a4oam  of iirtvlriorH," 'nbnoi'vod MulllKan,      ' '    '  1   Whan H ���hofnnw ohvlnus that (Uhijuh-  HOME HANDYMAN MINTING  .<WUUUUHUU1MMMWUUUMUUIIUUUU>  NYGREN SALES  (1971)  LTD.  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Stain forms little  or .no film on the yvood, so you don't have to worry about  rsurfacFBI1^^ occuring.,      '    '    ' ' " .  ,   ,  It's easy to know whon It's tlmo to ro-stain, Through the  process of wealhoring, clyos graduolly fada and pigments aro  ;loqsancd qncl- washod away,,Whon the sghlighl gots ,to* tho'  bare wood qnd color bQfllrp to change, Time lo ro-staln|  Climato' and oxposuro"'toHfKo'"ffiTw"!Ii play, a part in  dotormlnjng liow, long, a;,s"dliT'will'IWJ^  stains on horizontal surfdeos, vyhorp the sun's rays really boat'  down���two yoars, On vortical surfaces, llko siding, stains aro'  genoraIly good for about three-to flvo yea"rs.       ���    PART 3 NEXT WEEK  Morgan's  Men's Wear  siswvtfrtiittSi # ^!i*J! !>���?(* ^n^,i��tes*fl'-S(yifri*t !*hWI��(itt<) ��i;M(i*#s!^i W*H j4iwi'^'**f  G.W.G, Work C?lothes  , Work Glovos  SECHELT, B.C.  i*;firWlA*���rt��l*H.^'^%f4h'**��tll^ I  -^T(��W��MW(��*tW(WP5,''**f'��f��*iii  PLUMBIHG - HEATING - SHEET METAL  ELECTRICAL ANP ROOFING  'Do, It YoMrsdf���-or���Wo'llDo'It For You'  Sales  COASTLINE  P,0, Box 798, Secholt, B.C,  ��HMMS*W��*"��1�� J5*���� ��B��HBWf��4��j��i�� W-WltlrtWVS^Mit^'M-  Sorv/cos  885-2021  . 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Wednesday, March 29, 1972        The Peninsula Times Page A-7
Sechelt News Notes
CHAIRMAN of the Coast Garibaldi Union
Rciard of Health is Mfs. Agni^ Labonte
who was elected to the one year le/ni.of
offite, at the Union Board of Health meeting held in Gibsons on Wednesday March
?.2nd.
■- Mrs. Labonte who represents Schriol
District No. 4C, was nominated by Mr.
T. B. M. Fougberg. who represents the
Village   of   Pemberton   and   seconded  by
7Dr.JL.jC.. Kindree.M)o mnnisenLa Squa-.
mish   municipality   on   the   Union   Board
of Health. ,        '
**" ^Maih item of business discussed was
the annual report which is expected to
be released this. week. Health Unit dir-.
ector Dr. D. L.\"GemmiTl '"said that 500
copies of the 1970 report had been distributed lasfyear and this is a good way of
letting the public know what is being
done in the Health Unit. ,       -
SECOND LOOK '7
Senior health inspector Peter Bell
commented on development throughout
the Health Unit which will lead to an
increase in work load which he described
as "staggering". A report and a brief
has been submitted to the provincial
government and there is reason to believe that the Department of Health is
taking a second look at the situation.
Gibsons Alderman Ted Hume cpm-
U^d--^lv-f«^g-p©ss-^>f^i»»ta4■l€^k>n-^^^e-
Gibsons   sewage   .system.   He   said   that
work,, has not yet commenced on the
treatment plant but it is hoped to-have
the system operating by next fall. Alderman Hume said that Gibsons Village
Council   is   also   concerned   withv getting
Iff additional- publie health inspec-tor   in
the area as tremendous expansion is
anticipated when the system is operating.
DENTAL HEALTH^       "
Dental hygienist Mrs. D„ Bland attended the meeting and repofted~on~tiTe_ctenta-l
hygiene programme int-r-odueed this year-
in the Sechelt and Squamish-Pemberton
School vDistricts. She said the ehildren
have been very (keen and co-operative
bur untoftun'ately there is~.no measuring.
..stick for the success of the programme.
The programme tries to instil a sense of
awareness in, children but . it is up to
the parents to help carry it through. Mrs.
Bland hoped it might be possible to do
a follow-up check, if there is enough
money   left   to   finance   it.
Chairman Agnes Labonte commented
on the fact that two school districts had
managed to obtain grants under the local
initiatives  program  for dental  education.
POLLUTED PROMISE
Next  meeting of the Union Board of
Health will be at Alta Lake where, Mr.
Fougberg suggested, representatives might
—like~4a-~sl.a.y.. ,,over_ao^^e&_jnQi^_XiL-thg-
pollution in that area.
Around-The Hhrhnur
"fylAYOR Ben and Mrs! Louise Lang along
(■   with Mr. and Mre._Harold Nelson attended   discussions   re k municipal   affairs,
held    at    Harrison    Hot    Springs    Hotel,
March  241 h  and  25th.
Vacationing in Puerto Vallarta were
Mr. and Mrs. Er-vin Benner from Selma
gttrk along with them were Mr. and Mrs.
-Dave Parr-ish,. llalfmoon Bay.   	
'   This was  the  first   air  trip fof  Ervin
■§'nd Dianne and both are now confirmed*
fjiers. Guess it will be hard to keep them
pome in future. The weather was delight-
_..fni_jw-armv—t-he--connt-ry— beautii'u 1.   They
.JjMk_asidelrlri.lQ..Guadalajara, saw a bull
fight and after the killing of two "bulls,
Daine and Judy had had enough—just not
theirv idea  of sport7 Rented  a safari  car
-for- a   bit   of   touring.  A   boat   cruise   to
"Jalapa then went- horseback riding when
they got there. Two weeks passed all too
last but it -was a wonderful two weeks.
SJPORTS
7 She Sechelt Chiefs broke their winning streak on Saturday when they lost
, tp Esperantos at South Memorial Park.
1-0. Easter weekend trtey are off to Victoria for an All Indian Soccer Tourna-
'■rjnont. Unfortunately Teddy Joe suffered
a'n injury to his leg which may keep him
out of the game for the rest of the season.
PASSING
Services held at Holy Family Catholic
Church   on   March   23rd   for   Mr.   Billy
"""BTaTTlC"8T~wTrT^^ „
friends. The rendition of "Nearer My God
to Thee" was most "beautifully done
Without accompaniment ,by'Mrs. Cecele
August, Mrs. Amelia Craigan, Mrs. Stella
—by  Peggy Connor
funeral.
MY. John Lewis, physiotherapist at St.,
"Mary's Hospital, and nurse Mrs. Donlon
took in the ci7sh course on extended care,
M'ousurpd by UBC, at G. F. Strong Reha-
biliiaiiiin -Hospital in Vancouver this past
week.
I'poning   address   \vtis   by   Dr.   Brock
F;'hrni_. of.UBC. Dr. G. H. Pinkerton, head
of ii. i'\ Strung gave ah address and also "
lectured. ' v v .
The course was very timely for our
hospital, giving much information on
rehab, of extended care, skin care, body
functions and transferring of such patients. Well organized and attended by 50
people with an equal number of thera- '
pists and nurses. The ^slalf from our
hospital were quick to get registered
luckily as there were more wanting to
takeMhe course than they had room for.
There was quite a bit on the volunteers as to how-they Gan»help,*Mrs7*Faye
Lewis while-not able to attend the courses .
was in Vancouver and did have an opportunity to talk with the director of
volunteers.
IN   BRIEF
Mrs. Betty Maitland-Twiggs from West
Vancouver visited with her cousin Mrs,
Alice French in Sechelt.
Mr. and Mrs.' Tom Scales having purchased the Adams home in Sechelt sometime ago  this  weekend  moved  in.  They
■ have lived  the  last   11  years  in  Garden
iv, we welcome them now to Sechelts
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Does^YovtfClub or Groupjepart its
Activities Regularly to The Times?
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FOR THE
Some, folks couldn't'even borrow trouble if they had to put up the collateral.
—by Diana  Bomford—phone 883-2440
.Johnson, Mrs. Mary Jackson, Sister Tru- According. to   a   nationwide     survey,
feau, Brother MacDonald. Chief^S. Baker . teenagers- buy 33% of all color film^JJ8%
PHONE 885-2444
PAUL__St^_Piei're,  federal representative
from  the~^onstituency~ of  Coast-Chrrc=
otin, paid_a_ jpfirs&rta 1-vtsit ft) 1 n e sludents
-""of" Pender   Harbour     Secondary     school
Thursday. Mr. St. Pierre explained what
the life of a member of parliament was^
like—and—then—left   the—floor—eperr'Tfor ,,
questions. Students asked when the next
election would be but could get no def-
"■' inite answer: Concern was-"expressed over
the transporting of oil down the Pacific
Coasfin tankers with the resultant spillage into B.C. waters. Mr. St. Pierre said
that he did not think that this would
continue as the method used for : transporting the oil. On equalization., pay-
' merits. "%J3t "P^™ H-nt^-n^r r^'l^rn1~
ism is  a  method - of  sharing  so that  all
. the. country   benefits  and   that   although
■Quebec   gets   the   largest   share    of  the
equalization  payments,  on  a  per -capita
'""basis' ft isTEouftn"iri rank "6f  payments.
„J^""j^£e&l£..,,JthisJ,,,,,pr.^
B.C.
.     It was an interesting morning for the
. students and for Mr. St. Pierre.
' CHAMBER OF COMMERCE
The Chamber of Commerce will be
: holding a general meeting April 17 at
| the Garden Bay Hotel CThisi ,iv_fc bi a,
j.dinner meeting ope.
community haU April 1. Anyone? wanting
-mid   contact  F/ina   War-
ffom   the   Fraser   Valley   spoke   at   the     of  all  cameras  and  50<J77)i7ill=reGOF4&—fvuvuuuwn,amMVVVVVV^^
nock 883-2394 or Doris Edwardson 883-
2308. A P.T.A. booth will be sponsoring
a white., elephant sale, proceeds going towards Bursaries—aiid extra school equips—
ment. Call Myrtle Fraser 883-2763 to have
items picked up. Someone has expressed
a desire to obtain an old type Aladin's
lamp is anyone has one to donate to the-
sale. '
SCHOOL BRIEFS
Easter holidays commence on Good.
Friday, March .31. School will 'resume
Monday Apri-1 10. ,
 Madeira Park elementary students-^yiHr-
receive their third report cards' Friday,
April 21. The fourth and final report
card will go out on June 28, 1972.
Group pictures of classes from kindergarten to Grade seven are on display un
._._cI^gpQomLJD3fi^l-MLJ-'.'' color pictures
are available for $1.50 payable in the office on Thursday, March 30. This is the.
last day for ordering these pictures.
Students'and parents are reminded of
the • Lost and Found in- the Custodian's
room  and are asked  to check there for
details  will  be  announce
lounced  later.
7 TO F S7
■Mrs,.Margaret Porter is interested in
Dental Topt.cs
14«iu.i^tww»M>Hi>
, getting a TOPS club going in  M"adeira
• fark.   Anyone    wishing     to   "take   off
pounds sensibly" is asked to contact Mrs.
Porter at. 883-2733.
D A N C E  - - .
One hundred people attended the St.
Patrick's day dance put on by the Ladies
Auxiliary .to the Legion, March 17 at the
.. Legion., Hall. Ladies Auxiliary president
; Mrs, Stan Si)vey rriade a presentation of
five hundred1 dollars to Legion president
V';r'-Mr.'^Bernard.xC|'orVe.^'Cli'arterrmember-:;'ofH
( the Ladies Auxiliary, Mrs, Andy Aitchi-
' son, repeived  her  iwenty-five-year  pin;
•""•chaTter^member—Mrs7~Gl lbeiM; '-Leef *was"
, absent  but  will  also , be  receiving  her
twenty-five-year pih;
The,, next, regular   .meeting    of  the
Ladies Auxiliary will be held Wednesday,
"Aprir5r'2~tfmrhT"W^
FLEA M,ARRET
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New "Ray Exposes "Tumors -Earlier - - ■ y
AN  EXPERIMENTAL  ray  has   exposed
jawbone tumors long before they can
be detected by conventional x-rays.'   ..'
Extensive bone loss must usually, oc-,,
cur before changes in bone density are
visible by x-ray examination.
But  a  neutroii beam  shows  changes
in the soft tissues around the bone be"«
fore' the cancer can eat into the bone;
The neutron ray interacts with the tjssue,
,lCG'U'mucleLto'.,,,.r^
'This  information 'at.  ah  early  stage
allows the dental surgeon to know how
■vmuch^bone1~to-rempY.er.rAnd-the.:r„earlier;
the tumor is found, the less damage will
...rjuault...
However, at tho present, the neutron
ray can't be used directly on patients be-
,cause,.!:t.he«radJation„,;leyel"iw,aroJ,Jtop»<„high.
Instead,"bono scrapings are taken from
tine patient and exposed to the;: r»uetrqh
"beattr7to"'prC)duce"the-f ilm" 'imagerr^r-
ifVe thank you for the support during our 9 years at the
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Local studenis compeie ~9t
in P.R. Music Festival
EIGHT music students from Sechelt,
Halfmoon Bay" and JPehder Harbour
..were in Powell4River last wNeek to compete in thes.28th Annual.^Festival organized by Pow^'Rivei' Locfge 48, Knights
,,f Pythias and''''White City Temple No. 11,
Pythian  Sisters. ,.
 The  following   students   all   received
marks" "between"- 82 and -85: Piano—fKarf
Neilsen (under 9 years), Audrey Pre-sces-
- ky (2nd in under 16 class). Guitar—Virginia Cunningham, Russell Cunningham
(3rd). Guitar Duet: Virginia and Russel
Cunningham were awarded 1st place and
received the Steve Mason Trophy.
Acordion—Leon Prescesky was placed
third out of eight entries.
Among the 37 -entries in the Voice
(age 7-14 class) were Gynthia Cunningham, Virginia Cunningham, Sandra Jorgensen, Louise Murphy and Russell Cunningham. The highest mark awarded in
this class was 87 and these five students
all received marks' of 83-84. Russell and
Virginia Cunningham also sang in the
Duet Class.
The Festival continuedv for the three
days of March 21, 22 and 23 with morn-
—iiig^afLernoon...and evening sessions^TThe-re
was a final concert on the evening Of
March 24 when the trophy winners repeated their performances.
Dwight Hall, which holds between 400
and  500  people,  was  packed  throughout..
the Festival. *     7
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Wednesday,_March.29, 1972
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Change in ownership of the Sechelt viously./employed, as butchers with
Super Market, formerly Redman's the /Meteor Meel Company. Since
Red and White, has been announced, their arrival they have been busy
Long-time friends and work assoc-./revamping the store and one big
' and Ron Joh.^-'—change as~been lo change the meat
Fendefltttiles-
■—by Cindy Harris
lates   Louis "Vignaf
■ &t.o.na hav.£-joined iQ?££s-~_m<_, ^0__m
over the Supermarket. Bojh come
from North Vancouver anpkwere pre-
CQU.nter_t.o_...a_.service counter. How-
ever, both will be on hand for cut
meat by request.	
Halfmo
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IT WAS* Parents' Day at. Ha if moon Bay
ihool—last. .Frid.ay-Tind- mothers and
furthers arriving certainly received a sui--
'prisei Some of them may have noticed
there was something fishy about the
subjects which had engrossed the attention of their children for the past month,
bill they were prubably quite' unprepared
—by Mary Tinkley
present season will be shown at the Wej-_
come Beach Hall at 7:30 p.m. Thursday,
April 6th. A special programme Will include films on the Malay Peninsula and
the Far East. The last social evening of
the winter season will be a Fun Night
at the Welcome Beach Hall on April 15th
at 7:30 .p.m.     — ——	
 ±o find themselves in something as strongly resembling an aquarium as the school
room on that afternoon. Above them seaweed floated gently, as if swayed by the
movement of-water. Fish, large and small,
„JILjasaUS-jdlMlfi&^ncL-£<> 1 oi-fv,   hung   fcom.
LEGISLATtmE-TBtP r
7Iit--R£SPeN&E--tc^^rl-tr^v^tot4Qn—by-ihe	
Hon. Isabel Dawson, a group of "Pender Harbour students left for Victoria on
Thursday March 16, These students were
Rokana Dubois, Cora Beale; - Janice Gurrr--
mings, Billy Reid, Randy Tait and Joey
Rousseau    Thpy were   accompanied hy_
teacher Mr. Jack Tiernan. 	
They enjoyed good weather for the
crossing to Swartz Bay and were fasc-
-inated to see wrestling personalities, Gene
Kiniski and. Bulldog Brown^in^the flesh:'-
It was remarked they did not look so
imposing without their TV image. Thursday evening was free' of commitments
and all went to a show.
On Friday at eleven they,were given
a conducted tour of the legislature build--
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the ceiling. They were made of paper and
had been cut-out, colored and stuffed by
the students. Around the room were
mural paintings of undersea subjects and
cunningly designed displays simulating
the windows of an undersea garden. Arranged on tables were displays of shells,
coral, barnacles and many other marine
objects.
 Eaeli-ehiid-read-an-artTiele-on-ra-mtirine-
..■subject., which, .he or she had,researched.
IN BRIEF
The dinner planned by the Halfmoon
Bay Auxiliary to St. Mary's Hospital is
set for Saturday, April 29th at 6:30 p.m.
at the Welcome Beach Hall. Tickets. $2.50.
each, will be available shortly from any
member of the Auxiliary.
Captain and Mrs. Jerry Williams, visiting friends on Vancouver ' Island last
week, paid a surprise visit to Mr. and
Mrs. Francis Stone who are building
themselves a new home at Nanoose Bay,
near Parksville.
Visiting Mrs. Ruby Warne are her son
Jimmy Weir arid his wife Florence.irom
, BuPriaby.  '  '"     ; *;
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Wendy were oh a. flying—v-isi-t-to-friends._
-in--Uie-ai!ea-last7wrjeK7-T-hey took a- nostalgic look at their "Welcome Beach cottage which has been leased to Mr. and
Mrs. Bill H'ulton for three years. Mr. Cook
w.as sent to England by his company last,
year on a special assignment of three
years' duration. The Cook .family is staying in Surrey, England.   "    '        I
Mrs. Fritz Leuehter having clocked up,
200 miles of walking over-the-past few
months,   has   now   received   her   Fitness
Medal.   While   tho  schema  started   as   a
'•T-TwoyEvister^l^
Iur the area lister weekend, The first of its being corftihucd permanently as a
will be on Saturday at U u.nv, at the
Welcome Beaclv-Hall and -will -bo sponsored by the Halfmoon Bay Recreation
Commission. On Easter Sunday, another
Eastor Egg Hunt will follow the 11 a,m.
service at the Church of His Prosaheo
,....nd.. will.»HUirU-froin-.tlio— AUin~Grecno
homo.
rihu.mom,. .,,,,„„...,.. __„_....„_„
Tho lnsl  iirugnimiiH) of I'llnin  for  Iho
written and illustrated. Subjects chosen
were eels, dolphins, whales, mussels, barnacles, snails, starfish, seaweed, seahorse,
coral, clams, crabs, octopi, squid, shrimp,
seals, oysters, jelly fish and coelenterata
(sea anemones). _
Students answered questions, from parents ancl other .children on the subjects
which they Jiiicl researched.
Refreshments, which the students helped to serve, included shrimp,-cru'b, snails,
baby clams aFicl^boalTslTaped snacks. " ' '
EASTER HUNT
ing which proved very informative as was'
the brief outline of the traditions governing procedures and customs in the as-
sembly;
4 After lunch with Mrs. Dawson, during
which-they .were..introduced to the Hon.
Phil Gaglardi, the group toured" 7the~
downtown vocational school, seeing the
commercial and electronics divisions. The
bu§y round continued with a tour of the
rpuseum before boing back to sit in on
the assembly proceedings. Things were
rather quiet with only one topic, drinking drivers, arousing any sort of heated
exchanges. Wearied by over two hours
of talk the -group returned to the hotel
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project of 'the B.C, Physical Fitness and
•Amateur Sports Fund and the'Community
Recreation Branch,  The medal can  ahso
bo obtained for cycling and swimming.
Local chapter aided
by annual TV Bingo"
I3UIT1SH Columbia AtimiolHlinn for tho
Mentally Retarded, liivltos everyone
who likoH bingo lo join In tholr mk'oiicI
annual, ToIovIhIoii IMnyo on Friday, night,
April ,Mlh at U:.'<" ,p,m,   '   . ... .:.
Complolo bingo Id tin with liiHtrwclloni.
will  bo arriving  In  the  mall  l|iln  week
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The official part of the visit was boni-
-pleted--wit-h—an—informal—supper—at—Mrs^-rr
Dawsohs71'dunded ~off_by -^--brief—chat
with their hostess. The rest of the even-"
ing was free. Tlie girls retired early but
the boys enjoyed another show.
The return trip-was .made,via.Cpmox,
Und Powell River arriving homo Saturday evening. All the students appreciated
the opportunity of seeing the' legislature
in action and th^nk all responsible.'...Jpr
(he c'liaiicc! to make the trip.
m  HOSPITAL
e'Qur7 principals M^^
into  St. ..Mary's  Hospital  this week  for
surgery, \vc wish you a vory .speedy recovery Mr, Thompson; During his1 absence
Mr, Hart Poerkson will act as principal,
HOUSE GAMES
Tho last two weeks noon hours havo
ball, in which Hid da has clone very woll,
GRADE  9  POETRT
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AXES  WEDQES-  ROPE  GAS CANS  AXE  HANDLES  Question  Period  Student interest was keen at Elphin-    tin country  spent  last fall  at  the  "stolie when local member of parlia-    United Nations conference-and is off  mont,  Paul St���Eierre gave~ seniot:  students a brief glimpseHirto7:afMifs  New association aids  problems with learning  to^ represent the CanadianL f v^^-^sai^,generally accented that 5-15%  ment at a meeting of the Organiza-^   ^^    L ���  of-stete-durin��-hi&^ ���ttdrr-oFTAmewea^^  of   all  children   hayjj.7 some .learning'  all too quickly. Mr. St. Pierre 'who    April.  TS~the7arrthornof~bt)oks on~the ��hilco*  disability the "small group~ofparents who-  organized the  visit  to  the  Peninsula  of  Mrs Nona Munro to  speak  on  Children  Section B  Wednesday, March 29, 1972  Pages 1-6  2 CYCLE  OILS  BOAT-CUSHtOWS���:  BOAT SEATS   BOAT FENDERS  OAR  LOCKS AND  SOCKETS  STEERING WHEELS  Paul St. Pierre  with Learning Disabilities were encouraged  by the response from both  parents  .and teachers ind iGa ting-a-concer n - for -the���j)  child both at home and. at school.  A Sunshine Coast Branch" of the As-~  sociation for Children with Learning Disabilities is in the process of being formed to continue the study of ways in  which' these children can be helped at  homo, 'at  school   and   in   the  community.  SECHELT AGENCIES  DAT!  ��� This free remindeLjpf-earffiriq"everits is a service of SECHELT AGENCIES  LTD. Phone Peninsula Times direct for free listings, specifying "Date  Pod''. 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 29���8-prnvSt. Hilda's HalL-Sechelt.rWest SecheltJ/Vater works   "��� ~I mportanf General "Meeting.      ��� "*J ���:   -March-2�����i8-p,m^-Sechelt~Legion-Holt_EJngQ.   ander-Hefbeu^-Cop  March 31���8 p.m. Sechelt Indian Hall. Bingo.    April   1���r-Pendaf  Harbour Community Hall.  Flea Market.  April 3-  Local M.P. interprets  s Fuddle-Ouddle  Ways   of   coping   with the   geographical  problems peculiar to this area which add  to the difficulties of all area organizations  are being discussed and can perhaps be  _morc-Gasi4y-i=ese4��ed-4f���these-p-te  LIFE JACKETS  CHAIN SAWS  \        from the  CoiaifflSfre^SsehBlr   'phoiie:J'885-9iM^   "fMtl^MlOLSf of the word "Fuddle-Dud-  ���" jdle" was given . Elphinstone students  byi!" Coast-Chilcotin's liberal MP Paul St.  Pierre when discussion reached a lighter  a hot issue, it does not go to the House,  he said.  CAUCUS  St. ��� Pierre  drew  attention  to  an7in?x  become members get in touch with the  steering committee as soon as possible.  Mis. J. Ripper 886-2078 and Mrs. V.  -Iieyrrcrld3~"886^9515 can-give anyone interested more information.   ���  It is important to recognize, children  who may have difficulties adjusting to  conventional classroom procedures at the  -2 p.m. Twilight Gibsons. Dirk's Marionettes.  -2 p.m._ Beoftrf Centre, * Obion's" @,X."pY6. * Bran'cn' 387*" Social;''  -8 p.m. St. Hilda's Hall, Sechelt. Garden Club Meeting.  -7:30 p.m. S.C. Gospel Church, Davis Bay. Spring Concert.  2 p.m. Health Centre, Gibsons. O.A.P.O. Branch 38. Spring  April  3-  April 5-  April .6-  April  7-        ...   _  Tea and Bake Sale.  -April-v-8���7:30-~p.m.   Pender-Harbour ^Community .Hall...iLions ..Gluhw  Auction.  ASK FOR OUR FREE CATALOGUE OF REAL ESTATE  fit--  to help parents become' rnoi/e aWare and  I'vTI'rWTJu^^  M5SUri"lhiS talk With Seni01' studentS     visible.feature of, the House-the caucu^earliest possible time and as many of the -J  last, lliuisctay. '     . ��� a   small  powerful    political . committee" , truiks shared by such children' are -notice- '"''���  -^^^i���:li{lCUddlMOddltJ^o^.���.:l^Ottte1^ng^^f,,    gb^p^of^iegiSlktibn^ ���being considered; It     brief articles 'under the general heading -j  St7Pife!i're who was m the House at the     jg siippb^ed tb be secret, but sometimes     of ''Is this your child" is in preparation  time, ...cdnfirmgd   susph;ioiyihal^rjiHgv^^  Vnmg^Jse" was said, insisting on eiabor-     through, .commented St. Pierre, possibly  ating,  St.  Pierre, said  "he  told   the  op-.    lo CXplain SQme of the "leaks",  -^ftibmto-go-xprth-ad-muHiplyL   _       _^_ ���7_Rfe^errill    tG_:tl;e . diif^ehce-between  |L #9f ?' VS.lrffiiS'nf %S ^n"r V    the Congrelional and the Parliamentary  dr'^outlinlnc brieflv  Darliamentarv nroc-     System, it.is the duty.ot the governing  Le LToU bv i auStriod Htf  " Par^ to-Bovepn-flfiaaheotipo-altioTi-to-crit^  Phone 885-2235  ���'if,- <���:      .-.. 4,.,..-:'--.  Free   from   the  ������",     ZErittp  Or'W-^fi'  jMultipIo  Listing  j!%n?ouver RealEstate  ^y ������'"������* ivBoati'-"'-^" ���������>������.-,  RlAL: ESTATE*  INSURANCES  Box JlCSeithellv '"ftCS  v. v ���u._^h-^777^yyi/i7!'^'i'��!ii?i  Greater ���Vancouver'' Area^lJ  raise  April 1st  ..;,v<,.,,../  ������m^-C-i  vvn.?.i  ^imiimuiimiiwiiiiiiiiiiimimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiH  ;��h?H6u^e^  in��� .^mmiihw w|inm   ,7.r,,-.niv  ihp  full     bill but it js their .duty to criticise and  ing .committee* wheie actually  the  full     ^ maRos for ft hcnUhy systemi,DespUo  HON,   PHIL   Gaglurdi   announces   this  ���.������������.u.��.jU��.UBl|B,,UB..,iB��BHii.��l��Ml.g,..H����.llltB^^  ������...���������...���������.���������.a................-..M.    often  a  different  story   inside   and   the    "Lea'se ln,blslc.  On Monday, March 20, 197a I announ-  laturc i\ (i '/a., per dent in-     :  PRESENT  ...);...  "Suddenly Last Summer  BY TENNESSEE WILLIAMS  With Poetry  ' 'at.';;,',:,-i.  GIBSONS ELEMENTARY GYM  '4"Hf*,h   -rf|.in"Wt^��-  Thursday; ^Mprcjh^mh'^ai.S^p;^;-  Admission $1.25  Social 'A.s.slstuncc, F6stcv  House has boon termed .the "biggest pri-    Homo and Supplementary Social Allow-  ,., ,va'te-elub'' dn .the.,world. ,.,,.,    ��"c.0..J.,.a.!:9'',K0,4^,..become..effpetiyo,,.this.,v.       ...'...     '.._. ,  '���  . _s _  April, 1st,     ��� '.     '  HIGHLIGHTS .       , ' Our Social AfiaSRia"iici,'"'cliequos"Hr6~i"r-  Questions touched on many points of    fli|od ,n odva       n|)(, a,,e alro d  , bd  ^HUpros, ingudjngsx fo^m election date   .proeeaBCd-.fw .Apr���. Thorofore   in-order  Sots a his Own absolve discretion. doJlvQry Q[ thesQ ohcqu0H> w0 J^ nQ{ hwU<i  In reply to a question on tho provincial    jnR lhelr production to. include the now,  ^government'H'bmv^n tobacco -p-nd- liquor- '-rutbisVAll ������p6i*6hB"'���|������ecolving'��� S'6clal!'A��BlHt";-  i!��dy^1l������ -\h�� MP was silent on  lho    ancQ ror.any,poriod.-Bftor.Aprll..lHt,..lww.,   lquor WBpoot but said, apoaking porsonnlly    QVQ    wm bo     ld Hcc.r)l.tUng lo lho now  ho lB,lnpUnpd U). favpy.. n bw^n.AU��WnJS ratos and this-additional amount for-April  obaeco us he considers smoking, a dirty    wl��� bo lncluUod ln tho noxl ,nonUl.H nl.  mmx'                                     ,     ,   ,, lowunoofi, ���  On negutlyu. income lux, St. Plorro mild Iniho.caSo of FosIlm- Homo payments  ho is moro antl thun pro and more In- Hnd Supplumontary Sovlnl Allowances to  ojlfiod.,Iq fayouiv u  syslotn  which- will ��� '      -'��� -..   .  unreel ,t,o fayour, u  sysiom  wiuciv- win    porsohs receiving Old Ago Security, Blind    ���  ^swfifite!*"!^^^ vor Disabled Persons'Allowances, tho now    5  wnh;Wolll��re(tinll'the'porHoneanbe'oase(l       (        m'b    inoluUot,  i��� thdir .chequu    !  s,.���  GENUINE FACTORY  W \m Kini  <l   rf|l| ��      |  kIWI vs\.r  . xv nw   ��uu  m   v  by,stages into-,the labour force.  Rofearding   tho    proposed   oll-lankor  outoi SV,^Pierre stdd ho favours tho pipe  ' llho^^v^'/iliQ^Mii'clvqiKla/Volloy. However  ., ho reminded ntudonlH that shipping slides  want to maintain maximum freedom of  '' 'the' ltd'1st W Ti'dd that Cnn'adn wl 11 'got  ��o i'inanclnl,()uneflt hut will bo tho country to suffer If a lanlior does conio lo  1 i lion for this under thu International Soa  ���   St.'Piorre told studonlH,that>in April  *   hu wlUjHttond.,�� meotliig ofi;tho Organiza-  > tion of-Aiherlean Stnlos in Washington,  no  Spuuklng In Powell Itlvor   prior lo  " 'vlslllhg tUo'Sunshlnq Consti Ho ,K' rolxirled  '^(tfpiroatiTinii'iTr'T^^  ��  luaii Stales oncoinpusHOH pretty .woll ovory  DDtldii in the Woslorn llemlsphero with  ,1ho(ON��uptloi) of Canada*and Cuba,. Can"  'Mr. Si, .Pleri'o does not think this ,Jh u.  prelude to Canada Joining OAS, "Wo aro ���  just going ti) take i\ oIoho look i\t it", l^o  naid,  received Ml. tho ond of April,  Laurie's Plumbing &  Heating ltd;  ^i^E-RE40CATED  PLEASE NOTE  OUR NEW PHONE  885-9014   -OUR-MAILING���ADt>RESS  P.O. 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I '   ' I' '   'til''' I        , II I I      I ' I ''I II . ,  I ' '     .   j 3*        if.,  >  Page B-2  The Peninsula Times      Wednesday, March 29, 1972  _**, i, 11! t.. 11 u, i, 11111 1111111 i.i ���.���.^^^���.l������.���.���������������������.^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^'.^^^^^^^^l���^���.l���������������l���|.'���l���'.'.|���l���l^'���^!^!���l^!���!���!���!^!���!���!^!^^!���!���!^!���!^! ���!-!!i-!7^":!v":!;!;!!  Wi^S^^mS^^M  ^7^_^__^__^__:_7\'7\v77y^  FOR ECONOMY  ��� SPECIAL SAVINGS ON POOL CAR SERVICE.  ��� OVERNIGHT FREIGHT FROM VANCOUVER TO ALL POINTS  ONTHI^NmSULA^- '��� ���'���;   7 7;:          '.-'���..  tE GE  FREIGHT AND HEAVY EQUIPMENT  Diana, Karl -and Kenneth Viitanen  of Pratt Road in Gibsons stand behind one of around 1,000 Orchid  Orchid-Growens  plants housed in their greenhouse, are presently able to produce and  The supply and demand of the flow- the family is already considering  ers greatly exceeds the quantity they    building another structure.  And you re welcome to visit  iMTOTWHSIG TOO LARGE OR TOO^mWEto  grown in Gibsons greenlioiise  EVEN the most ardent green thumber  will agree that growing orchids is no  easy task. But Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth  Viitanen and son Karl of Pratt Road  in Qibsons ship up to 10,000 of the flowers each year to wholesalers and from  all appearances it is far from a task���  more along the lines of a -profitable  ���"hobby."'"'        ���    "       ' ������������������  ial elements affect their growing, a maximum of 58 degrees must be maintained.  According to Mr. Viitanen, the flowers could easily grow outside in the Gibsons district, providing they were well  cared for, but would have to become an.  indoor plant during the cold winter  months.  average is around 14. \-  The biggest pests in growing orchids?  The common slug, even in the greenhouse, causes the greatest loss. While.  everything is done to keep t}ie pests  clear of the. plants, the insects sooner or  later wend their.way back to attack and  iww^rJawM iwww wwwupiimwfaiutii  The Viitanen family started growing  orchids eight years ago when they were  living on Nelson Island, a1 few miles  out from Pender Harbour. Today, their  100' by 3(5' greenhouse cannot keep up  with the demand for the highly prized  orchids; cymbidium orchids, to be precise.  While (ho biggest seller is white; the  flowers bloom in almost every color except blue and are shaded in the plastic  coveredi greenhouse .with netH 'to, prevent .  foully. Himburn..  Thoy  are shipped  hy bus in'vinls of  ���will or   nnd   while   shipment m- did   ro! to -  Ciduury. und Edmonton. Mr. Viitanen .sulci  he now -tins enough orders to* cover tho  Vuncouvor market  idono ,  . Qrchid-plants aro usunlly  bought  in  ���"CnlH'omUvor-EnRlnn(lrWhon*'Usket.l*-why~  seofls weren't used, It wus explained thut  ..,,' L tyi".'.! MJ ."Hs, J?jjl^iiV4.Li���'ii"i,,P||.KLiiLy.?H,'.H.,  ",*hof(rro"'"u'~l'jl.oonr"'*wn''s  Hid"  tlmo ihu-.Hood-.WHH-. plimlod.  The   flowers   bloom   between   Docom-  hor und Juno, bill  lhe euro of lho bulhs  nnil iji'eenhouso consliliilos u year-round  ' Job, . >    Anil  nrehlds don't  ijruw in dlrl, Tho  mlxlui'os used nro immdly bur.'., pout, or  muss, While ureenhouses nro nppnrontly  plentiful** liv-GulU'ornlu, orchids- \.vo \.  roiulily'In llio Illhinliiyns",'  U'lHhl ihiw llio HreonhouNo llio Villa-  nenti luivu Illumes around'1,000 plnnts but  lyii'., Vlllunen n,ni| IiIh son, who nhuro, ow>  iiorsliip uf'llie huslhess, tire nlroiidy cpii-  sldoriiH-i biilldlnii iiuolhor structure tl.nl  will ennble tboiv to Hlilp double Iho  nmount of Tlowor's lo' whoKiHidorH who'  will Hoomhifdy, purchum) wny .uiiount  Cllbsons I'loi'lsls enn supply,  1'nnnlnn from a7llo7JT'ooH iu III) cIoJjFoomT  howovor, (Inrlnffiho nlghlwlion lho crut!  The"Viitanen farnily are npj^rjroduc"  ing miniature orchids but not to the extent of the larger cymbidiums which, incidentally, can- bear anywhere from five  to 30 flowers on each spike, although the  create unavoidable losses.  If you^ are ever-over "Pratt Road way,  the congenial Viitanens have extended an  open invitation to anyone interested in  looking over what must be considered an  Unusual business on the Sunshine "Coast,  Seven lined $25  cases neavy  asminorsarec  CHARTER SERVICE  * Low Beds  * 16Foot Flats  ir 26 Foot Vans  * 40foot Vans  "*��__W    ''"Mn'ttHm  k *n#, _  *.. Retriaerated Vans  A HEAVY docket was presented ih mag- JamotTEdward Taylor of Gibsons was  Istrate's  court   in  Gibsons   Inst   woek     fined $300 on an impaired driving charge.  as sovon persons., .under tho_.nge���..oL19 He_wi��s.pcohlWt<tf.J'ipm_di^  .���w.oi:o���..ch��i:Kocl,JoivJ^ng7aB,,Ro^ ,  liquor, All woro fined $25. Pntriok Brian Murphy of Gibsons was  In other cases, James Dorok Solohl'lold    changed with possession of marijuana nnd  "was*'fined u$S0-"i'or ."being rjnln��>r"'ln--a"~'-was~flned^$100;���r~~r������^rs_~���^^  .llcg.ii[|.qd proinisos, ���*"" Also charged wllh possession of stolon  Blllio Loo McConnoir W'ns  fined $200     proporty, Murphy entered �� plon of guilty  for causing a dlslurbunco by  fighting In     lo this charge and  was remanded  until  4) II    if'"    I  ���*",l'    .'l!,-V    ,  lho Ponlnsuln Hold,  ; Howard..Murtin Blondoau rjLScchdlt  wns ohnvKod' with -Impaired"driving, Ho  was fined $300, In. default 10 days, and  wuh prohibited from driving in. Canada  - f,pr, six 'months,' A"'Tending; on"tho brent h-  nlyzo? of ,M wiis' reported! 3""'"~,"!"  April II for �� pro-senlonce report.  '   Archibald ,"Ln'mpmhn7'lho" Conndlnn  pool, wns I'or somo yours u elork 'In tho  Caniula,,PoHt.Ofl'lco*eurning-ttt���ono��,tlmC  HlK)lii'':$7i20'l)or'-'hnn,^m';������'', "M"v"7'"* ^'y-^"-'  mMmtommmmmtotmummmNUMWi^^  DOUG'S APPLIANCES  (yKtAJL  -'�����*-]������IT,  for  .,.-1,4,,;  vwSfii*^s* ii W'.(*m^^r BHi*| '*if>f**t ?&n<f- <t>w  K i. , t.^~^tfVte^WW%w*nYWM,vHi,Mi*ll  BUT  SERVICE IS OUR BUSINESS  TELL US WHERE YOU LIVE  *T^wnl|!ris5is,'  NEED  FISHING  OR HUWTINQ  EQUIPMENT?  HITACHI  DEMO  SALE  Warranty  mmm��^^$iw*m>  i 17 'i'    " u r i \  '/���    ,   ''    "7        .  .1  M^ ll,  'l' I  -WE-HAVE,  NYGREN  ' 7 '  ,3 A����ESij,.X1,r7 7 ')m�� I��X O n  1��19" COLOR Rog, B79.9B ��� WOW 439 95  ������.,^,.4-^4,�����.���^������TO������._^^^!L*.--��,���^����,.���,l..,,   ,   ��� - -. j , ���yn*  ZA7" B.W, PortR.Reg, 184.96 i;.,f.,..l.MH,NOW 149 95  2-9" Portable B.W., AC - PC. Built |n Bftttcry. Groat for  Compor or Boat. Rofl. 18$f$t?\i%^,WOW 149*96  mm^mm^-.  006-9303 Gibsons  i v   i    ,  rsTEREo^sETsitfsin i9;95-7^r^rrr:wow-got6a"  ___.___^___ _^_.^.___  _L_     _  -mtWwwwi       ����*W^Hl"^'��IK��Pi^'*flW*^^^  With 2x7 Spankers '  ��^i^��w^wuiiw^trt^>B^Ht��a  WiHBWI^miMHWWilll^^  pyiMwmw*4iwipwi^^  n-VI i. .ii.ii. ,ii in,   ��� |l ,u iium ,>n jw=wsag  Office Howrs6:00 A,M, *o 6:00 P.M.  TUESDAY to SATURDAY  Ijl,, ii.h ,.^uu  tixi^. >i..'.  =SK=  WATCHTHI^  I  "   'I    \  )       I      ��        I )...,,, ,1      - ,   . ,4 . .      ,,      ,      ,.|'(       t.]\\   ��,4|        ,,  FOR FURTHER DEVELOPMENTS  - 9��  ��w^����-  N,*,,,*.,,,,,!.,,;,,',, ,'.'������',,, .ii > i  URffiMflRhm>j__t_^**^_M___h*9__ _______.-^______**i*.*rmt*m'mmm��**_W_****_____t*'______!����� _W___���*:j___'i*"mm_k_ ' '  aw. '"'  nshme Iransoo  m*&*tmm*Hmv��*^^  ,.2i*w��y.i.l.l.��  ife*t<W��aii��Wj��MM^  i '   ', <  Sunshine Coast Highway  ��� ��� Gibsons  ��"' * ��!  , ,,) ��i 'fj>iiiiwiK14fli>'i',nii(i(i%ii'"'M,4ivi��H  ;',.?  U ,.! In  LTD  fWjW)lff��W<W��HMf*W  'I /  ^Aiiftifc^-g^w^^ B $m,$u  t#f*     wS  ie 886-2172  Emergency 886-9880  .. i'_"i.i"'r.'"rwiit_-"\',   "   "        ...'.I-.   ,   : ,,V.ri'!,'-i,;-��'v--ir^-..|'l   r    . ,,     ,     (  '     '   ' . ! ' ' <     f I  '  ,     I       I      If ]     '   '.  "   .      , 1    'l   I    �� ' '  i,.\ t ^um^h .  Y^  M ��,I1  1*1,  �� ii ,ii> ��'<(.' i"i*;��H, ji    i   ���,  "    i,    f   .Mlf.^l^ltl.lfl "'        i   ���  i .     ' i '���  'i '      i'��� '      .  ��*.**..  I' W n'fiYI ini 1^ !',*l'��'Hf H,l��illl'i,^|ifl'|i..l  '       '     Mil 'I-    '  ,',  ,1   H���fi\>\  I'   ' 1  ���.,..!-,    .  II,   .,  ,1   ,��4I��H,>1 l��*li��ll* ������,m^'  Av���  Wednesday, March 29, 1972        The Peninsula, Times  P��9��B-3 .lllllHllllilllllllllllllllillllllillll  mmmmmmmmsi  ��� ������ ��� ���  .'.'. .'.'������.���.���������v'.v.ViYPYi'.'i'Y.'.vri i _,\',^,'jz_^i��__t__i^S2*__-__izz2___'��_.  Youngsters entertain . . .       s  fige Pensioners  ons  _z_JL&_5.  y,~  The Young Enterfain  Carol Docker'ty and Christine Irving    .01jjL^ge���Pen.sipners.Organization at, at the-Health Centre last we.e  entertain-members    of. the. Gibsons .-tife .group's* 14th birthday party held ,   .. _.',.. ._.......   Interest ��� has been- shown in 5-pin  bowHrfg Tuesday'afternoons at the Bowla--  drome and Mr. and Mi's. Stevenson have  donated two trophies.  Branch 38 is holding a spring tea and  bake sale, with a  white elephant table.  Celebrate 14th Anniversary  THE  REGULAR  meeting  of ��� Branch  38,     the birthday card'-from the Health Unit.  Old Age Pensioners Organization was     The  monthly  raffle  of  a cushion,  made  held March 20  at  the "Health  Centre  in     and given by Mrs. Inga Bernhof, won by  Gibsons, with 71 members and numerous \   Mrs. Ellen Chamberlin.  guests in attendaneer Among those visit- ^_ft_g_tiHg_saj5_-_ga. w-th thp ..ng_  mg, were Mrs. B. Nelles, president of- ' ing of The Queen," when a social hour  Branch 29, Horseshoe Bay;.-Mr. and Mrs. wag enjoyed to ceiebrate the 14th birth-  L. Shepherd, Horseshoe Bay; Mrs. Sin- day of Branch 38, with a cake and special  gtehurst of the senior citizens. Sechelt, goodies Entertainment waj provided by  nnd six new members���Mrs. Louise Bar-, Jhe Giggle Gang of Cindy Beaudry. Carol  nos. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Blake A G. Daughe,.ty, MSrgaret Duncan, Christine  (.ration, Mrs. Jean Kelly and A. W. Rob- Irvine MicheUe Phillips and Melanie  orison., It was also a pleasure to have Mahlman, - who performed skits and"  Fred Kirkham at the meeting Mr. Kirk- danoes and Mafla S(.hneiderf act.0I.dian>  ham .is 98 years old, and a hearty wel- Cindy Kurucz, pifiiio ' and Carry Mahl-  iimiiL_SKas_4ai��rj_Jum., by______ -mafiTian nounesiy wUlv-M*s^-S h i-v 4-e v  N EVEN'S  RADIO & TELEVISION  dealer for:  ZENITH  FLEETWOOD  ADMIRAL - PHILIPS  \-  EVERYTHING >6R  HOME ENTERTAINMENT���  * *        *        *  Ph. 886-2280 Gibsons, B.C. |  ^llllllillllgilli[|l!!lllilllilil!ll![liSilIlllilJi[ll!!lir  JllliSllBOM^  Hearing  aids    will   be   supplied    for Daughej'ty-7 in   charge-   These   talented  OAP's on a" permanent loan basis. There youngsters gave the group a laugh, and  is a -small'charge for the ear mold and we thank -them for their performance and  those  in   need   are  asked   to   give   their the birthday; card.. , ..������  name and address to the secretary, Mrs. Th& ex^^g i&pleased with the con-  Silverlon, telephone 886-7049. tin gd ,g?od.- attendance at thee meetings,  oring a bus trip to Miracle Valley, Wed- April 3; regul^.fjStda^ April 17, both  nesday,   April'  19.   Members     interested at 1 p.m.--in t'hev'H&alih Centre,  should  contact  D.  Hayward at "885-9755 ��� '     "     v"  BLAIR'S  ELECTRICAL  CONTRACTING  NOW SERVING  THE  SECHELT AREA  r^^KyiTl'E-' - ?f iio^'/o1 I'd ���  �����/".y~'  door prize and raffle,. Friday -April 7,  2 p.m. at the Health Centre, Gibsons.  Convenor is Mrs^ Silverton, who asks support from all members and look for the  advertisement in both local newspapers.  Branch 38"'aclcn6wl^dges">'with"' thariksT  From the pulpit  -TT-by Pastor Gerry foster,  Gibsons Pentecostal Church  ���wmMm��mmmmjmmmmtmm��mmmummmmMmm��mmmmmw��mmmmmmmmmm��mmmm^mwfmmmm^  Branch &8yO*Ar.P.O:.���ry^  I  SPRING TEA AND BAKE SALE  ���V&fHf-- ELEPHANT^TABkE-���DOOR^PWZE  HEALTH CENTRE - GIBSONS  % ������_'_���������  FRIDAY    APRII    7th  -   2-00   PM  11  1   i^-���-i--<-&m������Admission 50 cents  _mtmrnmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmafmmakmrm*nmmmmmmm  fUJiiMJiMMMMgiMfffsssaiigigsiiifflgi  wmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmrmm  .JESUS  Christ  is   alive!' ThiS wonderful  fact   will  once   again   be   highlighted  this weekend, as we celebrate Easter. Lis-  ten to the words of Christ: "Fear not, I  vggiiggggifgggggggigggigjriigg/i/ggiiiijiggggggfgiggggggggggg/gggiggggiiggifggggggggggi  | c i c rtxr c .rs.i. 1a:.cc._I  ELSONS GLASS  ��*'^'..- *&. *v*^'"-'*>^ps*��KJ -  am the first and the last; and the Living  C\'->. ��-**���%.7-^ Si-a&M    One; I died, and behold I am alive: for  , the fact of Christ's resurrec-  be  experienced. To you He  seem alive at. all; in fact, Christ  persons is as 'dead as a door  nail'. Mental assent is not good enough.  You, can  even  read  your  Bible,   go' to  !  WHOLESALE AND RETAIL ��� GLASS AND MIRRORS CUT TO SIZE  Specializing   , in _____  Aluminum  Windows  and  Doors  OPEN FOR RETAIL SALES SATURDAYS  ..Maria Schneider of Elphinstone jDis-    on tbe^accordian in "helping the, Gib- ��&fe local organization's. 14th birthday,    church, sing the .hymn 'Christ Arose', and   g   '  J*      9< WTPll*^3l9_'___w__m_im_^^ ____^rV^__l W      * BaS8^tm8a8SJM^1 Yes, Christ is alive. But does He live    ^,.,.,,,���,  MQiXLmmjjL  Jnryourheaxt? Does He live in your home?  These are questions which all of us  should ask ourselves this Easter. The. Bible says: "If you' confess with, your' lips  ilthat Jesus is Lord and believe in your  heart that God raised Him from the dead,  you will be saved."  Many proofs could be cited regarding  the resurrection of Christ; But the great-'  est proof we can have is to let God reveal  the,, Living .Lord��� Jesus,to us.and,, bqeorne  "partakers^^   Wyngaert Road, Gibsons Phone 886-7359  VflglfgggJJfJgggggg/ggg/gggggggJggggggggggggggggfgggggggggggggggggggggggggggggggg/ggfR  MmWMMMNIMMMIMUUUMMWMMUUMIMMMWUUUWW^^  Isabel Dawson seeks  ���ijMuiiMMuituuMuiiwwronnnn��innnnnnn�����r-n"f'"""M*����w  I MMl^FW^^t  1,/l.t   ,1    ,4     ,.    W      f     .  ��� "-v!  J    (  PEN1NSUVA  ORNAMENTAL IRON  'fr<|-'i��r��"tf.^tH.I  J"T����wr-r"-"*  -*. I'l'i'it'l'iT''*. "'il I, '���  "'       .    J    i'i      '     . ,'   '     i    ���     i  v��W^i<:/ . '. ��� 7.  Specia I isiriiTWi^teim  -v,  ;"/���     ,7qiid;Fir41|^  ^ PATIOS ^h__*_�����*  DURING'"'thJstfSesBiQn*'iri,-Vlctorlar'ft'n"'Im^---  portant pleco of legislation ls tho "Accelerated ReforestatipnTFund Act", which  proyi^efi a fund of ton mllllbh clollnrH  to create employment opportunities, by  an accelerated program of reforestation,  Reforestation Is of prime importance to  all aroaH of the province, but In particular,  for the coaHtnl areas including Mackenzie  Constituency, My 'concern hno and' Is for  reforestation to bo carried out at a faster  pace In tho Bella Coola Valley.  ��� Thorofore  I havo requested, the���Min-��� ,  1st or of Lands,' Forpstfi, and Walbi;,"Ro-  BourcoH to commdnco a program for tho  area, ancl ho has agreed that ovory con-,  flldoratlpn wilt be given to set up a.pro-.������,���'  gram  to  bd atartcd this year  for  the  BoUo Coola 'aroa. Not only will a needed  reforestation bo under way, but employment will bo prpyldcd for Indians and  non-Ind'ann in the area,  ��w~An>*o5��tonBlvo��tprot(ram-6f��roCoi!Ostatlon��J  hafi boon qnrrlod out in lho Duan Rlvor '  ���'area.������!-' ��- .-v.���,.'7~���,���,.. ,..-,.,,,m,.-, -,  , -, ,  It^if,--inUro��tlnK--to,���nol,Q,,.���thut.L.flUiC9���.,.,  DANCING.  9:30 p.m. to 1:30 a.m.  Pizza Available  Dance to the  Bundarave  Saturday,  Join The Fun  W BiRSH* iSiiiUiV^Ma \h  ��i    .t.    i  HOTEL  Highway 101  Cover Charge  886-2472  jyWWMWWWMmWfMMWflWIWWlWWWW^  Mombors Tal<o Pott  Even some members ot the*Gibsons 'W04 a total of, 407,700 trpos'hnvp boon  OAPO 'took part as six students from piwt*rt;>"in^  Gibsons Elementary School and three S!ShSnm^���!" ?Snt,i!'WR,!"!  from Elphinstone Secondary offered 2?%��* F��p, and ^,qqo were Sitka  F.R. P. SEPTIC TANKS   '"TT7"1"1" y--y~m-rr>-~*rrn-r*!-i^if''*iv. ����. , ..,, ..,,...���. ��..�����,CTCTt��i.,.���',������i���.,,, ,,.j ^Jm.  <      i,  ���   mi i i��v, ���' I 'i��,H  i' iW >'' ' '   i '    'lii-*.'" "Y > <   ���, 4,'     '   '��� ,    ���    i'     i    ���!-   i   i f i'i <     ' |        ,  '. 4  lphlnstono Secondary uuuiw snruco  skits during birthday colebrallons.' ' '    T t'j   c ���_��� ninntPd Wero 107fi noroa   ������ hrokondown into yearn n. follows;  Only part or urt'enn loom by other        lfl(H ,(!()��� acres; 1007 H acres; 1O0I) 124"  people's (ixperlonces, Tho rest of us havo acres| 10(10 41 acros; 1070 lilil norosi 1071  lo \W(\\o othtM'.'peoplo." 003 noron,'";    ;  ���i-i���--;���! Ij���L���: '-, 1 i 1.-. ....���!    I'll  I *T9&__m_f *M*M^Jt^��*p(W^rt^'^^^      f*r|  rr  ��litfMWWlW��MW����i'MMI<WWVMMW����W��f��������|.l��>l ��>��i|����|. ��wi>>rMMW����in��WMMTW������W��WHN������MW����MMMMMM��IMW  4  ' ' M , I "   4    , I    j ' .  ��nj)^��|^��Mflto^i^<fa|^  i ii. 'ii us *,.>>,i.; i.,   'i .���if"; . a  If, I -1  I  ,.'. Freo;,Esiifaate:Mti&ty^  777'I  880.7029  hi i | ill nn np���� milium f"'l   ,Ay,t  886-7056  _^.m._^__mt_^ ,     ���   iL.i.4 . .       i      ,,.���i,4H' ,'.'*>'���>'. ���.�� .,il i"'. 'lAIDieAMC  i    i   .'        .7     .'2\?i.'Myl''Ji!.J \,  ,       .' '     ' .  vr***  .1   -l_ I,.  wjSijM iR>(iiH��)i"ai  iti^Aiw<W��!M^^  -   uvzwc  SEA CAVMCADE PARADE  Call John Wilson* nt 886-9304  M  TRODAN  Wn^j |^p Miwuw Biw * ^Jbm^^^^WmIBmf *"" __WL____mr A* A__Wr^^^B_W_,  _____ ^v^^Im  MANUFACTURERS OF FIBERTRON PRODUCTS  **lfl*#fii(t#*W)(��w*�� *##?!�� lpWMW,t*fe,w���� W  mmmimmttmmm  wmmmmmm/mm  mssm  55  Fibreglass septic tanks are light   "W  !,**  f   ,  ��   i  n       "��!',^    .'"."ta^.l'f/.i.iV.^T     'j ���������",'7 "  ��� '    ���,������. I,., , ,'i,i'. '�� ���   >< mi, ih.ii7*nf * * t n' f V i Vi< jl. v," *,"��< vrKhttitlitii',t'..  ,1 ."I,.. , , 111,11 i ,  -   2- or write box 45, Gibsons'     -   -,- ���   [  '.'    ... ..    ./ .-���"!���> i,���.���',. ',���'..,' ,,m ,^,'.^..,7,, ..:; ���" ^t-iT'r " 7      "r.'7 ,,       ��� [  4WM��^4WW����fl4ra#4*w4t��M4444      ,��WW4     I-4W4��44#��4|4WW��������Wi*��4^ JU^ *^4��4����*w4WSWl��iml^4*4(������*4^^ ������  mmmmmmmmm,!,TJtwiiwiMiwtMiwiMMMwwiyMWwwM^^  ��������i��-^��wi.����]��j^B.����ia����w^��������M������w��w|��*M  mpmmm^tmm^  AVAILABLE AT YOUR LOCAL  Building and Plumbing  $mf&**w��mmtowi>m��fi<M>>ittft'  ,li  m^mKKtim^  lii     4   ivlf)l|Htni��*tw-**t)i4��*ltn't  j^Wu i   4. t,v i.t   '>M1* ^ *��t��H"IW��"**��'  i 1-lM *>t#HWtf*  ies or  Septic Tank Contractors  i ' "���"        i', ,      ,��, i    '    ,  2$M&'Qm,  H.#���4iiaH<M*+4\ '^IrfMlf4^^�����|��l^l���^^H^l(���(*^Ml"|,*���,*''��w''*,h^,l,**,,'  1 l*��ftf iMWiSIr t *%*( Ml  r: Support Peninsula; Industry t  ;,:"��� "':^,y'-te8e-2$g3:':  ,.���,.,  ���in  ,����,!., *.i,-^��.,4.,.��,��l|4.  ���>t\fl'  , ,,,,^..,,��1 Wi," ���..., ���7��.v^����^V7*^ ^^: -f* ��� �����"V*"*'1  1 lWJi'lr|'li��'wl VliUI-m ^   ^r.',  t i.,  ��i, .  tm<i^��iitw*bmMtWif*��lt4*^  ipnsfriitr*  ,'mli',i |Iilu��it|��44,~,lftl#,��(,  i, 'ii��w*��f<**i Artwork in Good Hands .             . .  The artwork for the high school year    Most of tho work on the publication ArC_l\F\C\    GIH^OD'S  ibook is in the good hands, Jo SmaH,     is done by Art and Commerce stu- ^' ^n***���*     ^ WJVI'*��*  'Corinnt*  Parker  and   Chris   Gokool.    dents at Elphinstone.                   . __byMarion Charman,.886-9862  MH. and Mrs. David Fyles and family  returned -last week from an enjoyable  vacation, they visited San Francisco,  Monterey "and Laguna Beach, California.  Vic Anderson from Wilson Creek with  Mr. and Mrs. Mickey Parsey and Noni  went by plane to holiday in Mexico .for  two weeks. They visited the, Acapul'co  area.   The   party   rented   an   open *j��ep;  No  Small   Role  Playing no small role in the preparation of Elphinstone's yearbook are  the senior students from Commerce  classes who typed pages and pages.  of copy in preparation for the final  binding. The first run of the book  will produce around 500 copies.  ~mm  they were also shown arotl'ncT~tjy  two Mexican families.  They  saw  Taxco,  the'"silver city. In Mexico there are many  species of fruits which are greatly enjoyed by the tourists.  Mrs.   Betty  Twigger  from   Vancouver  was gu es-l- oi- her-sis Ie-r-inJ<tw,-Mrs^-E��fie���  Lawrence of Headlands.  Hallmark-Coutts' cards   and   wrappings.  Fine   English   china   cups ond   saucers.  ���Boutique   items,  local. artists  paintings.  wwwmiiHiwHiiHiiHiiHnnniMww  GIBSONS MARINE  AND pDUSTRiAL (1972) LTD.  Box 397 Sunshine Coast Highway 886-7411  COMPLETE  MARINE  REPAIRS  WEED YOUR  BX>AT~MGVEDi  Gibsons Mirihe and  CALL  -MS-.  (Wl) Ltd.  ,uiii��Biiiiifammi.i��iiuj��iimiii���w  a  4***+    tit** + >.      hv   *H"����    ...   I.. +  **����-W- ���  Layout ATTisfs1-  ,^/fng their.share in putting together' layout artists.-This is the first year  Elphinstone Secondary School's year the studeirt%have published their an-  book are Janet Strom, Colleen Me- -. nuat from start to finish.  iphedran and Ann inglis, who are the  fage B-4 The Peninsula Times Wednesday, March 29, 1972 -���  ,,<-��...��������� 111 v,i ^^^',^'X^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^|.^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^!^^|^|^!^^^^!^.^!v!^.'^^?v  Theirs all the way yyy ������   -< ��� ������  ProjecT^  by eager Elphinstone students  A   I'UO.INCT    I Iml   nil   hIiii'IuiI""wllh "a    i'i. 11)70, vulunW.'tM'B  hor jwrvicioH  to   Iho  wnlkulhuii  lw.1 Oduhur nnd will end ymipUHloi'H.  Ah Mlmi Kilwnnltt mild,  "mIiu  wllh u I'minhi'd piihllcullon eiimpnnihli! In ,  Idvoh mm-hlm-H mxl  wi'  otfrhilnly appro-  imy priil'uwluiml hooki Ih now MiidfirW um'v Imrjujlpliiji ground lioro."  id'Klphiiinloiio'Suj'UVl'i'TSfl'wJndiu'y School'. .vziAllh'OiiTlirililojTh'srpiww nur.wlll iji'oI)-  ln dUmmm. nhl.y loinh liOi), /t 1�� oxpoi'lV.'d Jliat  jick'll-  Thi! piDjucI Ih 'lliii hUkIuiiIh' ,Yi;ni:b,u,,>k. ��,U>ii*il  ��l.plo��. will   havo  Iu  bo  run  oft  ,,,��4,,w^ number. IiiwJhwii  "!,!""'!"���*""'" '"liVi'iTi("I'i'o"hT"aCiIh'H'o'iVH^'Ui^Sccho11*~I��hI.-'-,v��iu'."��-������"' hi��Ul'-1 n-��clvttnu(j-hmIom, whoii Lho hUkIoiiIh       r��lHuil...$.a,'"'i"M��inl. tmuuHh Ui.uuvur. thu , l>ul DOc down '��"�� l"��.v lho ronininhm $1  ciml ul' ihu ul'l'mil pi'lntliiH nuiohluu Hint whon llio book In'roady,  ������..V(    huw.iiIiuhIii In Iho, ui'mimiroo dopnrlmonl. Tl|��!'<" iu'imi ''<w .U'luHHi tyich nn hiill'*  "' "Til" thu' Hohouli' "���""    :  ���" ��� -��� ",''-"-'������ '���-"���' loiilnK - iuirti'ii.lviiH,;'lhnl. /ilurftmlN' of  llio  Kurlhur IuihIh wimi riiliuul In Fohniiii.y ywirhuok cluh nlllj Ijhvo lo hwikI out lo   llHiiU|.tli..n.niii!iiiii^ miIu, which wiih hul.J hnvo clono, Bui vory I'ow,  'ill  llio tu'lioiil Hy'liiiiiiiiluiir   ";���'* "���'"���'��� '" ���"7'''''';'''r'':r''7'-i���i^  Anil lho ond rnmill Ih Hid prlnlliiM of  ���**��������������**��i����ji^i l^  I'hno   Iho  I'li'Hl   rtiuuh   layout   Ih  dono  lo   ,.,.., , tho TlniU .loinpjolod.oopy wbli'h....will, .hnvo  oviT (IHO pli'luroH lii II, Tho Hliulonlfi' hnvo  ,.,.....,,w,*a|unu:,..,UiuVH^ "  -   .,    pi'olly wull MVorylliliiHilluil, iHril'Dfiull'iid Id  mind   ti   publication   lo   pn'MM    In   olhor  .Yonrn hul Ihiii lit Iho I'i rut llino limy hnvo  nlli'inpli'il, iilmin  wllh   lho  nimlnlniK'0  ol'  ���'   iiuii'ii'i'nr'miiiir'i'itr/F.iiwiri'diCHiii'iuiy' Mniu\  ,��������� Y^p-Jlf^^  J)iiy,^lD-"in,lii|t'-'i|h��li��7tivyriJr-JVIrHpDiiy, -who  w.hh ' huiul '(if lho ('('niinioi'do dopni'lniont  nl, Iho hvlin(,il until hor, roUronumt In .Iiino  MacGRffiOR-PACIFIC-  I  HAVE MOVED*  Our new premises are  In'tho Glass Cor Building,  "'     ' 886-7^44  ��   \.  ztSPECIM  GABARET  PANCING 9��30 l\M,  TO 1s30 A.M.  fmm*toiMnw<w  THURSDAY  MAR9H 30  ����**��t9e!#Mii(iw��^^  Join the Fi^i.  fcivo Music '  \vm*^'*>mm**_mm<4��  And all the wrecker could salvage,  n    i  '44W����..��,M��^  H(*.n��.wlimia4f��W4i��i^.^y.rl4-??ifti.'44  I'   ' , , ,    . i  ���H,4,4m.*���������4M^^4l4w����^,4^��4.^i���Vh����^��4l^4. ...41 jk, K, l.f fl^  -|  j"   F��"V   I.   *'JU(.      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Shown are: Randy  Kampman, John Hobson, F rank  Hanes, Leslie Dixon, Janice Mullen,  Tony Petula, Marilyn Hansen, Ken  Bennett with teachers Mr. Egan,  Mrs. Day and Miss Edwards, asjpST  *"**M*����MMWM*>***il*Wl*i*l*"miWi%JMWW��MM^^  (By Jack Mills)  <wwtwiwttn*wi��MMiiiiiiWM>iiiiw��w<wiftq��  ���^r��B1*tt' Ma-lyes.'  WE try to shy away from the federal  political ^'scene,but one, can-.jpnly. take  so much. Isn't it amazing the way our  Prime Minister gets it socked to him by  those who know darn well he will be  re-elected but still have sympathetic  feelings towards other parties? Regards  "less of what you say about our  when you go, down south iKjjsr'at. least  they know where Canada^s. And Mr.  Trudeau can be thanked for putting'us  on the map. And<say���just for laughs���  that the^people of this country were-  agains"Fiiim. Who could possibly win an  election? Not Robert Stanfield, surely.  A f'er instance: In a speech to a French  language club in Montreal earlier this  month, the opposition leader told., his audience in so many words, that he and. his  party back the government's policy on  bilingualism in Canada.  What  this meant-in  effect,- was  that.  Stanfield was���in political terminology, of  contest, although the entrants Weren't the  7one.s.Who w^  1 Campbell, MartinTHiggs and Barry"' Anderson . hayerall been, placed along with  DickJBlSkemarij Doug Cryderman and  yjotrfs  trooly.  By   the way,  if you  have  '"anyone you'd like to enter, just let us  know���you don't even need his permission.. -..V... ^'........    .:.=    .     _  And by the way, we've heard of salt  water, salt peter, salty and all those  other salts, but what on earth does SALT-  "CHHC-K���mean2_JE&eryone uses the term  and we know where the saltchuck is, but  what is the CHUCK part for? Can anyone really come up with an answer?  Thanks.  A DELIGHTFUL luncheon  was  held  at  Gibsons TOPS chapter B.C. 578 gave out  their annual awards and installed a new  Tslate of officers.���~~7__^.:  77���77"~-. .v-"'-'..-7.JT-'���'���'"���"  Twenty-four members were present  and they were very pleased and proud to  see awards go to the most outstanding  member; another member who had a  poem published in the international TOPS  news; to the division winners and to the  best loser of the year. Then the highlight  of the afternoon was to see the ��� retiring  queen crown the new. queen and present  her with a  gift and awards.   T^eH^der-therr4it-^e-eandle-ef--e0n-���  $1750  $70.00 down & $70.00 per month  $1850  $75.00 down & $75.00 per month  1968 DATSUN  ���i'MT ��Kii!  4cyLAspeeil. _32,0JQO-miIes.  FULL  PRICE  -$42i00-down-ar$43r00 per month  *mmm9m*m9m9mv+9  1967  21 doi^^OJ000jniles.4lfldioi New  tires.  FULL  PRICE  $37.00"down &~$37.00 per month  1969 FORD  EC0NOIBNE   ������  IODirap��i7>fanr^^  dard .transmission.  8 ply tires.  $90.00 down & $90.00 per month  While taking pTctures^over oh the adl-  weather field Sunday, a comment-plus  was thrown our way by one of the younger soccer players. Quothe he to.his coach,  "our parents aren't here today, can't we  7get Into Tiight afferine ga_Wl'v"' ' "r!,w  tinuity   to   begin   the   installation   ceremony. As each new officer came forth to  light her candle from  the  first  and  accepted   the   responsibility   of   her   office,  she  then pledgeS to the-club,  then The"  club responded* with a pledge of co-operation and tolerance. The new leader received her leader's, pin and gavel, --which ~  i-ip*?.3,M. _��l J*6 r?tiri^.S^u%e.,   ,��  A dQbr  prize was  won  by  the best  -course-slamming.. dTSSKleTflrT^embers: of The coach,-who. happened to be Deni loser,   which  'was  a  floral   table"centre  "  the Conservative, caucus. Certain members     nis Suveges, assured the'young tiger that donated'by John Harvey -     '"  have recently openly disagreed with the     there   wo.uld   be    no. fighting,   But the The Queen for'lfl7l    '     hpnntifni nnf,  ernS S ProbTemTtha? Z Sv"     ^^ JUSt ^^ ^ ^ > is ^^n'^1^" t^Tus Ho  ^^s^Ilf^^^^lZl    ���n���;��t;^1P!^��W   3USt    ��"d    UtU* -h;tnistrug^ing,Congra^Ia^  1966  FAIRLANE 500  4 door sedan. 289 V/8. Standard  transmission.  FULL  H9��  tfrtcf  $37.00 down & $37.00 per month  1971 TOYOTO  COROLLA  Sport Coupe. 10,000 miles. Automatic.   Radio.  Rear window defrost. Roof rack.  FULL  PRICE  *232i  $85.00 down & $85.00 per month  pflP"  1971 CHEVROLET  '/TTON PICKUP  y/0..AHfg~f"^  vehicle has 20 factory options.  FUL.L  PRICE  $135 down & $135 per month  ���MM  1966 CHEVELLE  STATION WAGON  .      1971  TOYOTA CROWN  4 door  Station  Wagon.   16000  miles. 6 cyl. Automatic. AM-FM ''  radio. Roof rack. Leather interior.  New price $5400.TrueJuxury.  ACADIAN  V/8. Standard transmission.  Radio.  4 door sedan. 6 cyl. Automatic.  Radio. 23,000 miles. Estate car.  of the Conservative party.  " One other conclusion~that must-there"  fore bo drawn from this incident "is. that,  the Conservatives are having some problems keeping members in line with .party ���  pplicy���certainly not a problem that any  ~P.?J'ty...,w!fihes ,to ..face when an .election in.  the near future is almost a certainty.  To enter an election with .a, spilt in".*"*  thepai'ty caii'ineah'o^ ''"  punch?" he pleaded.  FULL  PRICE  Gibsons April I..., .  Starve-in response  $1295  $42.00 down & $42100 per month  FULL  PRICE  $125 down &, $125 per month  $92.00 down & $92;007permonth-  7 FULL  PRICE  the  hn��/.i����,!!r {Z*Un~[n'ChC..   W�� Sive yoU -  THE THURSDAY night Young People's    mic,and social'development amounted to  le;caKC, qL. the. Conservative who, after,     group'will hold a storve-in- on April $2,930,709 in"1971 *  " '"""'.''-�����  flying what ho considered a stirring, fact.,...  1 to raise funds for the Primate's World      '  By   holding  n" starve-in  and   oblnin-  -' ^���^^^! looked out at, his    RclM. fundi In this way you' are K    ing pledges   people    pon "ring sludc 1  S'^v^sti^0"^   ^ar,^:3l^SSf^^fieefin"Africa, Tibet    at/cerffi aKoirt Kur S"J"fopod"  11101 �� ��"y questions?"     - ��� arid' th0 Middle East;,to feed tho'starving to" add a- substantial amount, to this Len-  ,,���,.��4,��, jtYcs,Lt> camera  "who else is running?" nlng; to teach modern rpethods of farm-    for sponsors  has been    encouraging to   :,.��� Three moror names, have,, been added,   inS and job skills; to assist victims, of tl^ese young people,, and anyone ..willing  to  tho   Sea   Cavalcade's   King   Neptune    disaster near and far and to help par-    to assist In this project is psked to call  =r!===rr^ , ;���������^,, k     tloularly      with    development    projects    Barharn Valanclus at tlOO-2157,  |     T       ~     ~t~~~     r"*'-"-���"^      among nntivo peoples In Canada. One of tho students tolls it this way,  "*'*      -*.���*.���"���-*"*.��.  -4 . _,9m,.m_. ��� ~A;campn}gn'for fluids for world roliof   -"wo-wlll-fcol tho pidps- of hunger for  nnd  development, is  now' uhderway  by    Mto 'flrsl tlmo during this fast, hut tho'  flvoiniajorieanadian 'churches7AnRhcan;:r:::m^ lirfintly!help;thoso,'..'..;  United, Presbyterian, LuthernmandRom-    who must dally face this world without  an Catholic churches have launched tho    food."  campaign as part of thQlr Ronton  ob-  seiynnceR7:I:inRt^yenr7the*::ilve'-churches  raised 'iji'l.'flOS.OOll. During this year's tori-  ten period It is hoped tho total1 amount  :  CHEVROLET  prookwopd^ Station TWogo^ V/8.  '''AutoT,'":Waa1o."''r'Very cieanr'Revr  tires.  FULL  PRICfe  '^nST't-W- *,-i?<$l'  2  titfm E^^ra^siMMiflUBJi'  REALTY LTD.  HAVE MOVED  Omr new premises are  in tfie Glass Co. Building,  vf^North'iftoadti Gibsons  ������������   ��8$-72.44'   Action now meet draws  will exceed $b million, Lasl. year's omor-    arminrl   Iflfl  riQ'ncinTiii'r'ci  gcncyj'oUef,inchidodv!i)n41lftOO for those,   pJ,U  who sufforod from floods,tamlnQS,' earth*   "AROUND  100 senior, citizens  from  the  quakes, fires and wars, .Funds spent, on Socholt PonlnRula aftondod nmQOtlrifi"'  ftgr|cu)turfd,, pducatlon��l,,; medical, ccono-    rocontly  when Tom. Alshury of Action--  $70.00jdoyf n & $70.00 per month  1967 FORD  COUNTRY SQUIRE  Station-wagon. V/8. Automatic  "P^ower  *^^rj^-*ip0^|r--y'rdkes^  Radio. Roofrack,    FULL  PRICE  'v. i I ^4.+sV^^w+ienv  12295  $70.00 down & $70.00 per month  1970 DATSUN 510  STN. WAGON  ���j* cyL^utomatic.^  condition.  FULL  PRICE.  $92.00 dovn & $92.00 per month  M <<vMi t^lVs^fJiiWM.i  1968DATSUN 1300  PICKUP TRUCK  .K  4 cyl. 4,speed. Radio. H.D. roar  '', bumper, Red.  nir H >If H'T* B9 "���'f "���*" ft**! "���*  vtetWmm  mmmtwmmmqm  .   Pn-��T��1***.) ,9V.  WHEN IT C0M��S  TO  .^w.,.���.^,r,,T-.��-nr���  'ZCK  THIS WEEK'S SPECIAL  .'",.- T0_  ii;.���.i. ��...��-��� ir*^7 i     - ���  ��33T"*��*i  CYCLONE  1 r   ' ' " ' made by  CELANESE  Deep, luxurious thag with JimHC  Iiii  rubber backing,  Four joyoly  colours,  orange,   limerick,  Blue  boll, maplo'Maixe.  Y-iT��4"��"'r��4���i  SQ.  YP,   nm,.���  ��MI.I*>M4M4 I*  '...,J.,  'V' n^?  KENDeVRIES  i ii'i"  ('  ',1W, SMfifhlfiq Cooft H��^W*��y ^^yh^^^t��!^A^l^:  ......-,��.v^^-i*-r-^*^--w^p||in^ 7:7.7,.':, 7 ' ,7'  ;-7'  * CARPETS   ��� TILES,   ��� LINOLEUMS  HOURSi  ntly  wnon Tom < Aislniry-  Now for Pensioners spoko hara on the  alms of the npw organization, The iheot-  4njfj,*Bp6nBorod��by��I3ran()h*��36,����01d��*Ag04f��.  Pensioners OrRanlzntion, was hold at lho  Unll��rt.,Chui.eh-JIitU-4on��-ISaUu,da}��--of��'l��M-'--  weok, ���    ������  Tlio Action Now group*"hnro'vor 3,000'  members and has been in <?jflstonco only  throe woeks. Its aim Is an Increase In tho  basic pension from the present $110 In  (jilBO, with Jncronncd federal and provincial suppjomonts,  Sonlor cilizonR nro now on lho mnroh  and represent 13% of'nil voters, nnd will'  uso lho ballot power to demand In writ-  Ins or on,tapo,frnm JviP'p of all panios  FULL  PRICE  $45.00 down & $45.00 per month  1970 CHEVROLET  CAPRICE  2 door H.T. V/8. Automatic P,S.  P.P7 Radio. Yinyl  top; ;t 17,000  mile?. 1 owner vehicle.  *M95  FULL  PRICE  $125 down & $125 per month  DATSUN 1000  2 door, 9000 miles. Radio. 4 cyl,  4 spcod��   . ������ ,-..-,,. ��j. m,���  1155��  FULL   -rfRICEr  $55.00 down 8. $55,00 per month  ���^iijfttr,'commn^<)hno��r,porai<i^fl; -���-  ,���������.Tho..on]l^fl-foivnll'ponsion(!rs't(fnin'1tq7  thoro is no fee, Id, Join, Send' nurno, ml.  droflH and tolopjjoho number lo Action  Mow for Ponslonor��, * 3302 Camjiio 3t���  Vancouvor, and a mornborphip curd will  f  mfmmmiMmmTnmMnmvmw  DID YOU KNOW?  ���mmpi*tftii^ r pi�� m v/miv M  ^^ow^a^Nf m* m*m* K m>��tkM t,'��r*mmr,<> mMtiJr m Irm %#�� fyQ  ^CARRIES, :  KAYSER  I     PANTIEHOSE  I Gibsons - 806-9941  '     Clofodfvk>ndavrOpon9a,mT^tip��m;^frdJX^ M \ .'���     :' 7. "\: ... 7  7    "' ' '.  4^,_ I . , ,.     .,   u �����"''-'  "i .'    '"7   *"<"'��U'V. .'"���" H'   5 <  i      ' ' ' 'SHttHl '      ���' T  >w^'l'M*^>^fc4^^4fa44.fc,lltwApfw^%44W4t4^fe��W.ny^.MI4W*.iP  lUl.llnl.l.H .4llil|H. tfl4^..l4^*il.l.l^.4W i |��.WB^i.l>)4IW4l4^^..wl..W*Jlft ll[Wja.WpW^^  ��������r  350 h.p. V8. 4 speed; Z28 "options. Positraction.  Mags, Stereo..  FULL  PRICE  Mff W. *H-P(*lil "CI  $90.00 down & $90100 por month  ���f-r  *^m^mmm*mmi  H968^CTWI^tOICK:~  Big 6 cyl, 4 speed, power brakes. Positraction. 18"  rubber.  v\���  FULL  PRICE  $80.00 down,& $80,00 pot month  ^T*m*m  wmm9m9mm^kmf999ffmimi9mim  i     .$      '','',  *T  II"  4-  I'lr^w viji'iam 'rsjt*^  ��mm  ****>  .OJREN^EVERY_DAY^EXCEPX^SMNDAY_9;00^,I^,J^^  __W I _W_\ "i' fiH KH^^hi %_&_______* \mkm,mmm ���"���'���-���"���' IJtffljfygyjytM'i  GIBSONS  006-7114  ' \  I " V'i,,, jl,!,. (',   ,i,���w.ft,.,,   , i  ���4l.,^.l..4,.4i��.tJU.��l,��i|<.r��i,P,.4t.^lfl.��ll*l,"'Jl)tl  tWttlP'-l   *  | ,        ..      44.     I.,,,  4W   '  4       ,     . I   'I        ,   ,  GIBSONS  l$"��<"d&^^ 4^^%"hw^iim0t  i(y^Vl^^l.l^t^^',  Ytfrrrxfayrrz^^   ?���"' ���^rm"4n^  &  \ . i  mw��fi'('i7f ,r'i ,n.��>\i;>'ii;i\i  ..     . v  H.. -4... tv  X.  \  Teachers' assignment . .  Overthrow Social Credit  advises BCTE President  WORK towards the overthrow \of the  Sqcial Credit governmenl was I he assignment given teachers by Britsh Columbia Teachers Federation .President Adam   Robertson,   at   last    Thursday's   rally  held  in ���Sechelt Kleuaeiilary. .SuLllioJ,   Stating lhat teachers' collective bargaining rights have been effectively destroyed by Bill 3 and "we will not- live  with it." Mr. Robertson said, "We aVe  fighting for the existence of BCTF and  democracy   in   the  Province".  ' Section-'of Bill -3 which has received  a second readine in the Legislature,- antl  which Mr. Robertson said, was introduced  in a moment of stealth, reads "An agreement made or modified either by negotiation or by-arbitration that .provides Tor  an.incTcusse in salary and bonus in excess of a poivcYi'tiim amount prescribed  by the regulations shall nol Ite final and  binding upon the Board or the teachers  affected by the negotiation or arbitration, unless tlie Board has obtained the  assent of the owner-electors, in the manner prescribed  bv  the regulations,  for the  payment of the.excess,"     -^ ^   The other area  of concern in "TfiTnr  is   further   restriction   on   School   Boards'  iVemier that drastic action, bad to be  taken lo cut down spiralling cos's i>i education. Little concern lor the teachers'  loss of democratic lights was indicated.  The   BCTF  President   said that   Educa-  ll-un  Miiiis1i'.i:_IlaiiMxLlimlk(jxs,jn deleiice  operating   budgets.   Commenting   on   the  Provincial'" Government's   Finance   Formula which wus.iijtVaductjd four years ago,  Mr.  Robertson  said,  "what   we   predicted     province".  4  years   ago   has   come   to   pass.   We   are ���  on the downhill run and will continue to  slide down"  DEMOCRACY        -        . '  Mr   Robertson   said   that   Gov^uwerrt WJJd-*J  of  Bill   3,  said   that  democracy   had   gone  too  far.  "This is a frightening thing to hear  limn a Minister," said Robertson, v/ha  asked Sechelt Teachers lo remember this  in the .months ahead and to remember it  when they- go to vote. This lecislalioii is  evidence that the Government believes  that democracy has gone too far, said  Robertson. _  NOT JELLY-FISH  Appealing lo Hie teachers, to become  involved as citizens, if not as teachers.  Mr. Robertson said, "if you can't measure  up as a citizen, you can't measure up as  a teacher". lie said that hi the past if  a teacher had an opinion it should never  be expressed, lhe teacher^was expected  to  be  a jelly-fish  with  no  point   of  view.  To_the. one-third teachers who, it ,is  estimated would probably vote Social  Credit, Mi'. Robertson said, "can you afford to follow your normal voting pattern.'" It was at this point that he added,  "we   are   fighting   for   democracy   in   the  ���bae-k-bonc-hGi-s   wlw���the���li  shad "wined and dined" had pledged support   to   somet|ling," they   did   not   understand,   but   had ��taken   the   word'   of   the  LEVY  The levy  of one day's  pay  which  the  BCTF   Executive   approved   unanimously  iWJi'd.s tho -etw^r-o-f-pttb4ki^T~srn^  political action.  Coast Chilcotin M.FJ  assists ^hooi raffle  COAST   Chilcotin   MP   Paul   St.   Pierre  bought   the  first  raffle   ticket   to  Help  raise    funds    for    Elphinstone   Secondary  School's   Voyageurs   to   travel   lo  Quebecv  next   year. .  Students will be selling tickets in the  community bet-ween now ancl May 12th  when the winning tickets will be drawn  'at the High School- Hand concert. School  -board chairman, Mrs. Shiela Kitson will  diaw the lucky tickets. Donations lor"  prizes have been received from merchants  in Sechelt, Gibsons ancl Huberts Creek,  Fifteen grade eleven students plan-to  visit- a high school in Quebec next year,  they ...hope: to. raise two thirds of the cost  through community activities and one  third through a federal government grant.  Offering advice and support in the  project arc the Gibsons Kiwanis and  Chamber of Commerce and the local  bianch of the Pulp and Sulphite Union.  Teacher advisor is Mr. FrankM'ullei- and '  community advisor is Mrs. John McNevin.  .Students involved in the project are  Elphinstone Voyageurs chairman Bill  Sneddon: secretary, Dejira" Baba; treasurer, Theresa Labonte. Other members are:  Valerie Simmons, Karen Dombroski,  Mike Egan, Peter English, feather Harrison, Cheryl Guelph, \yendy Allnutt,  Pompnnia Martinez, Ralph Johnston and  Susanne  Jorgensen.  Sechelt Lanes  ���by "Eve Moscrip  COMERCIALS come up again this week  -srOT-ter-^rueTn^atrTtej^  XT'  Isabel in action ��. . .  Colour-bar re    _ \  on ferry toilet seats  Page B-6        , x   The Peninsula Times  Wednesday, March 29, 1972  -h-rgh*  i;i im H!HABLE Isabel Dawson reports  (lining a recent meeting with Mi-.. .M.  /\Mi>us, general manager of British Columbia Ferries, that several points of eon-  ii m were discussed. She brought to,.the  ���1'ivntion of Mr. Aldous "the difficulty of  11,: ,iing on taps iTF~ wa'shrooms ~giy the _  Sun dune Coast Queen and also recom-  p-i.-nded that the black seat on toilets be  p-piaecd "with white ones as on other  ft rrics.  While the Langdale problem of cai-  p. in-; hand baggage has to some extent  ).i tn eliminated, ears being able to drive'  p.iscngers with baggage through' terra-'  ���jii.il, need for baggage service at Lang-  ���cla'c for those who have not "cars (need  to- be considered, both at Langdale and  Horseshoe Bay. .7 *  Mrs. Dawson again discussed lack of  r!cvalor in ferry.'Structure of ferry does  not allow for an elevator to be built and  .siie was informed that companies who  build escalators would not guarantee them  on such ferries due to motion of vessel  v7iich could put escalators out of commission. As a result, Mrs. Dawson recommended if nothing could be done in  tins regard, consideration be given for  the installation of washrooms on the car  deck.  Mrs. Dawson also .discussed the need  ol a later ferry to ancl from Horseshoe  Bay. She recommended that such- a  service be given consideration on a trial  basis on weekends. Such a service 'would  ei-mUlc, ...^ejJUla.Jlxmi-JJl��^.��JUIlgMn.c... Coast _  couver   the   same   evening.  Another point she requested was for  cups ancl saucers to be made available  for those wishing sy,me���as she said, while  one might drink coffee out of a plastic-  type cup, drinking tea was .certainly  anything but-enjoyable;    ���    ��� ���  Again, she brought to tho attention  of Mr. Aldous the requests of commuters  who had homes -on the Peninsula and  Savary Island, who although not permanent residents felt they should be included in the commuter program.  Mis. Dawson expects to have a report  of  these  problems   in   the   near  future.  Blake Gv Alderson  D.C.   7   CHIROPRACTOR  Post- Office Building Sechelt     ..  -A      Phone 885-2333  .Wednesdays and  Saturdays  v   10 .a.m. to 5:15  p.m.  To me the charm of an encyclopedia is  that  it   knows���and   I   needn't. .  USE  WEE BONNIE SYSTEM  For 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 economical houses. Phone after  6 p.m. 987-1893 collect,  All Airline Reservations, Tickets, Tours and Cruises, Fly Now���Pay Later  FOR ALL YOUR TRAVEL NEEDS  Contact Your LOCAL TRAVEL AGENT at  CONTINENTAL COIFFURES  Trail Bay Plaza, Sechelt or Phone 885-2339  j >w**iMM*ft*WW>W��MUtf��inAflJMMi��nil��iMMM��MMMU��MUMW����ftJ��M*flJlJW  nolds^ bowled a  nice 734 followed  up by  raaranDDBODBi  araBBBGDasn  HA��U4W  To Madeira  Park  Opposite  ~P end er~H arbour Hotel  Bricklaying by  A. SHMPKBNS  Mr.  Robertsomdescribed the  levy us"ir��  symbol of the determination'of the people  of   British   Columbia   Id   fight   for   their  basic rights.  Referring .to a previously used symbol  in the "apple" campaign, Mr. Robertson  said, "our mistake then, was that we be-  rkP  thc govei  -tterctl   wurt*o  on   a   non-partisan  basis".  "Our destiny is in our hands. If you  Want a good future for education in B.C.,  you cannot shirk 1 his responsibility," said  ���Robertson,' who urged teachers to know  what Bill 3 means and the history of education in the Province, so that they can  go forth and use their influence which  could make the difference between election and defeat of a Socred candidate in-  the   next   provincial  election.  7ST buaehan witnvuy. for ine ladies Rose  Rodway, also for the Commercials came  up with 674.  Other scores include:  Mixed 10 Pins���Pelle Poulson- 375\'  Gordy McCourt 373, Glady -Ellingsen 280,  Lil McCourt 278.  SecrTelT"Commereials  ��� Al    Strachan  _30il^__CJi��rlie   Ilumm   280,   Trueman   Rey-  to'   travel   to   Vancouver,   enjoy   hockey  uames,   the   theatre   and   sti.H   return , the  s.une evening. It would also allow those  travelling from Powell River to lake  the  7:30 p.m.  ferry  and  arrive  in  Van-  no Ids  734,   Ro^^FTTocrway-e^nlT���-"���  B&C���Walter Kohueh 695, Charlie  Humm 676, Aubrey Hudson 606, I3ruce  Redman" 658*  Seniors���Andy  Henderson  626, " Darcy"  Stephenson 4!)2.  Seniors March IH���Andy Henderson  682, Lorri Nestman 580.  Juniors- -Craig Rodway .������ 366, Debbie  Nestman 294, Terry Rodway 150, Garry  Benner 169,...Mike. English 162.  MacGREGOR PACIFIC  REALTY LTD.���  Our new premises are  in the Glass Co. 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