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 -fax equalization:  i"W~  He��� m  iteilooks main statistic  ULA  -   .*   r -i  j  .' -t. J   .-  ���!     <     '      ���    v-    .;-   (,   i    J    '.���--.'���y-V     .      .      if   /".!"4j  ���"'���.' 'j^,^'^o'iva't*^rtV  \  SN                         "       ->.  1  y-  .,.*, '.*" N..-              '  Registration No. 1142        2nd Class Mall  ��     fP ,  Jl  M���W      .flV *  mi___-_W- ~A____w7__rQk  ..\_1  COAST Chilcotin, MP Paul St. "Pierre  shows a somewhat deceptive \line of  attack in a report submitted by.'him of  a recent speech in the House in which  "h~e_Tnakes^vat'temprnT3~justify his government's policy of distribution of national" wealth. He states: "        ���  ��� "Sqm.e_British ���"CaLumbi&.j2Qiiikiian.s--are'"  conducting a campaign designed . to  show that federal aid to underdeveloped  regions of Canada is being given to  French-speaking Canadians at the expense of the English majority, Paul St..  Pierre, (MP Coast-Chilcotin)- told House  of Commons in Ottawa during the debate  on tax equalizations payments.   StHPierTe^-Paiiiartlentary Secretary to  External Affairs Minister,Mitchell Sharp,  did not name the B.C. politicians. "If the  cap fits, let them wear it." But he specifically exempted from his criticism the four  provincial MLAs whose riding coincide  with those of Coast Chilcotin���Hon. Isabel Dawson, Minister without Portfolio  in the Social Credit government; Allan  Williams, Liberal MLA for West Vancouver; Bill Hartley (NDP-Yale Lillooet(  and Alex Fraser (Social Credit MLA for  Cariboo.)      ���   "I'm personally^cqvjainted with these  four people and I know-that".the type of  campaign of which I am speaking would  be  beneath  their  dignity."  The Coast Chilcotin MP admitted he  has  "some  quarrels", with  Eastern  Canada. He criticized the Canadian banking  -systcnWSurely -one- of   the   most   con-  servative   and   unimaginative.... .of . any-  147,632 and British Columbia a mere  $2,719,263 ... any who wish to pursue  an anti-Frencli campaign in B^C; are  welcome to use'these figures. However,  these same people ��� should not read any  further in the Hansard report of this  speech ..."���'���  Using-the-same report- on���I^REE--expenditures, St. Pierre pointed out that if  spending was compared on a citizen-by-  citizen basis instead. of a province by  province basis, Nova Scotia goU the larg--  est share with; $32.60^ per capita'; NeW .  Brunswick next with '$29.70 per capita;  Alberta third with $16.40 per capita, and  Quebec fourth with $16.40 per capita. "A  little���less -than' half The per capita rate  for.Nova Scotia." He said_the charge of  favoritism for French speaking Canadians  didn't stand up. -  "To the extent that 1 can claim to  know something about my home province,- I want to tell the House that we  British Columbians have our disagreements with the East and I suppose' will  ...con tinue-. to do so until, as is -inevitable;���  the dumb-bell shaped economy develops  in Canada, as happened in the United  States with the relationship of California  and New York.  "But British Columbians in an overwhelming majority -lo not want to see  federalism damaged by the insinuation  that there is favoritism that is based  upon whether a Canadian speaks French  or  English. '  "As an editorial comment, The Times  draws attention to " the fact that ,s St.  Pierre   failed"1 to add  Serving the Sunshine Coast, (Howe Souqd to Jervis'lnlet), including Port Mellon, Hopkins Landing, Granthqms Landing, Gibsons, Roberts Creek,  Wilson Creek, Selma Park, Se"chelr,��. Halfmoon Bay, .Secret Cove, Pender Harbour, Madeira P.atk, Kleindale, Irvine's Landing, Earl CoVe-, Egmont  Union    ***��    Label  This Issue 16 Pages ���  12c  LARGEST CIRCULATION OF ANY PAPER ON THE SOUTHERN SUNSHINE COAST.  Volume 9,  No.   16 ��� WEDNESDAY, MARCH  15, 1972  -vporoupto^  ot  many  western  companies  by  "white-,  L,iq9(!, '  headed"   boards  of  directors   in  Eastern    ^''ia>'2D��5  Canada. But he agreed that redistribution  of national wealth  was  essential  to  the  T2xistence--of- ^Canadar -������������_=^���-^=----^���~-  He objected to efforts of some politicians "at home" to promote the redistri-  buLiort���of national wealth  as  favoritism  for  Quebec.  Using   the   Department  -and-  with a  Et���i%nepe2i  share calculated,, as - he suggests, our grant works put to.little more  than $1.20 per capita.'Which would suggest- -Pr^mier-TBennett. did���net���protest  without justification?  Local ranch owner-  takesshowrxLvitards  _  PENDER Harbour's Roalcogor Ranch did  very well in a recent international  calibre show in Tacoma, Washington  where two horses from the ranch gained  '8 placings..  Entered by Mr. Gordon McK.ee/ who  trained *he horses in Vancouver for some  months prior to the event, the t$vo horses  who did so welfare River Point Jo and  Radluck Navoiyak. The latter horse was  born in Alaska and the English equivalent of the name would be Thunder  C oud. .  Two hundred horses competed in the  Pierce County Sheriff's Mounted Posse  5th Annual Appaloosa Show. Most impressive was some of the transportation  used -by American owners and Mr. Mc-  TKee reports that one Kenworth unit with  all its refinemerats cost $50,000.  Roalcogor is getting into trim for  another busy, season and plans to hold its  rodeo again this year.  B.C. Telephone Co.  Sunday, March 26  Emhnmit*  of  Regional  Expansion as an^-exampi  Pierre offered some "balsa wood cannon  balls" to anti-Quebec critics  by  quoting  " figures.  "They show that Quebec got by far  .the largest share of these grants���  $86,299,232.   Ontario   received   only   $19,-  ' Fascination  Baskets of all shapes and sizes, used    skills and knowledge are only pos-  for a variety of utilitarian' purposes���sessed by a few jaeople and-lt. takes^  -in- days-of^d-^e-s^iTteingTnadB    time Wd" patience " to" gather���'"". arid  F^fc"  vm����v^w��    v  schedules aggregate shoot  SECHELT  Rod   and   Gun . Club   has   an     SAFETY TRAINING  7 ^active  session  ahead  with  a  number Examinations for the^ Jumar-Erearms  -of-^interesting-^reirts-^n-^^^  -wrth-jr-trap yshuot Tiextr SuntlayrrlVIarch.���fyin^mth���twelve pf a  tutar-enrofament-  of fifteen passing with high marks.  Sixteen_ entrants have completed their  hunter training-course and will be taking their examination March 20th.  by Mrs r'Mary 7facklol ancl Tvlrs7l2za  August pictured here giving a demonstration during Sechelt's Heritage, Day at Sechelt Elementary  School. The genuine Indian baskets  ai-e-^now- very "valuable^because the"  process the cedar roots which give  the baskets strength and., endurance,  cherry bark is used for the pattern.  Making the baskets is hard work and  inexperienced fingers soon get tired.  GRANT  So pleased was  the local director  the' IocIlI' Initiatives   Scli��fife:7WJ  -carried�����ut���by���the���Recreation   Centre  of  19 at the club-house, 1 pm. Practice and.  red bird shooting if requested.  Third annual grand aggregate shoot  is scheduled for March 26th from 11 am  at the clubhouse. This will include four  events: shotgun���one round Of trap, 25  birds. Large bore���hunting rifles calibre  or larger. .22 rifle and .22 pistol. Entry  fees are $5 for- all four event or $3- for"  ~each-4fit.ividttal���event, -^  _  There will be first, second and third '  fig- second  EfeHi'egate'  . CharlesMandelkau  B.C. TELEPHONE Company is continuing   its Crackdown on fraudulent users of      telephone credit cards. Such action is in  acco_rd__\jdth-J--hat-teken-by telephone com- _    panies   across  the  North  American  continent.  Bob McLuckie, B.C. Tel security sup-   .  ervisor stated last week "we wish we did  .aotJiaye^e-i^kg-peoplc to court but leni-  ency in_.the���pa^Jws_^iv^^  the idea that we are an'easf marE'li a';   consequence there has been a tremendous  increase  in  fraudulent  credit  card  use."  McLuckie   added   that   the   company  now has no choice but to get tough and  wlll7OTrrtiiT,ue~to~do so-until the- problem   -is-licked: From the - period September of  ,����  last year  to January  of this year, some  88   arrests''   were   made���^reeughout���BSL  work- rgaa -thira  CONVENTIONS  ,. Members are reminded that the Lower  Mainland Wildlife Association spring  convention is.to be held Saturday, March  1.8th.'. Delegates .from ^mejnber���clubs���will  convene at Mission. Discussions will cenr  a��4ct  Deputy Mayor speaks out  at Board cfarirmmvs ploy  Committee* that he wholeheartedly approved a supplementary grant of $3,500  bringirfg-total grant to the group up to  422,230^-M^noy i& ��� u^ed-~fer-x4eatmg*-^nd--  -x^.  �����!. ^ x^ov, ^wiiu au_ _mxji     , ..       ������ fiv'&���'.���'���&**���" ��tt'-,:'+v7   t     ^       ALDERMAN Charles Mandelkau,1 in the   -having low'-tide markers.   .7  dn..<jach, category; and^irstv-seeond-v.^*^^ .^,.V;cHair4iat;last,im!eelingSf ^Gibsons cQun.-.���: ,....Acting-.Mayor.-Maiiidelkati4 advised:- her   .y-ear  InrdloT^tiie "tdp^hreg^feegafe- ��� J.^^'^^^^"^ irf^udes^g  ^ ^dkrout ^ni}? "gt; aftiffiardTftfe;-  that  ihe 'wharf hal h^h^kcu^^^h     ^  arres'.s  Fines, have been as high as. J400ajLd jail  terms up to three months. In some cases  convicted offenders have been ordered  deported. Maximum penalty is two years  jail and already the courts are making  clear the fact that such offences will not  be tolerated:  ItJiasJaeen-estimated-that across North  America,   credit   card   frauds   cost   telephone companies a total of $30 million a  ���kulost revenue..���.,,...' '���,���.���,... ^.  shooters of all.- four events. These consist  of ; engraved' shields with eacli winiiiejf-'s  name placed on his shield.  Object of thi;  -^ynshinetTrGoas^ResioluHOT^^  Ui.vi..Jl^i.-  f__.__L_''-'_    _:__\-__ __���*..  hi-_^^~f_^._7.^'$_V^_^_^_yt; MA ii" rri     Regional--Boayd chairman,' Harry- Almond,'   (lie engineers and it is intention of cqutb  bi ought, fprwaid,for ,coriS1deration.fbefore    ��� wh J Had-seen fit to--rembve''Mayor Wally    cil to obtain a report with the objecfof  Peterson   from   the   Regional   Blanriihg    hav.ing  the ramp  ready for the  coming  Conuni^eer������*.���= \i ������ >-����� ������-"- >-������1~-:���^se'ason-.^ :���;-:~������������������r���:���-  access road work.  MAY   DAY   7   Future   of   the  annual   Sechelt- May  Day ceIeb~ratioits~will prpbably-be-decid-i  ed this week when council holds its regular meeting, Mayor Ben Lang has in-  ...dicated.that, if,0.no���.,acjliye..support.is4'pi'thr  coming the event will be dropped. ,At  lea.st for this year.  SUN   DERBY  .  pibsons council last' meeting gave its  blessing Ho the Gibsons TOPS group to'  operate-a   hot-dog  stand  at   the  wharf  during night, of the Sun Fishing Derby,  being passed albrig to the B.C. Wildlife  Federation. Ac,tibh',v where, necessary, is  ���4hew^#ten'.tip-:^  thorily. ' ,'   ������-������"������".      ' _  Anpther   cohyentioh   'is  planned   for  M.y,,4th  to 76th  by  tJv?  B.C.4 WildUfe  "Oil    checking    with    the    chairman,  Mayor Peterson was advised, that his re  hearted competition and to promote fellowship and sportsmanship among all  participants.  All aggregate entrants , jn the.'..four  events will receive' a pin" indicating -he  has  competed? -Everyone -is-welcome-to  enter. Registration will commence: at 10     rqso^Utidns,   prohlems    ew.,   orougm  up ,m ���  am  at  the  clubhouse-and  refreshments    from zone meetings'and individual clubs fleeted board member" he said  will be'-provided.-" "-- '"-:- -������" - .-,���.-��,. ^,i���p^*.,._���.*...,..;,,..;..,:,��i .^.,..,-..,���., .,���,.;,.���.,,*,., .."^t.iy^A.,.,  .Big   night   is   planned   for  Saturday  April  8"th. The awards party  at which  DUPLEX  .  ���        .,       .      . _   ...      1    , Mr.   Robert   Coates   sought   approval  moval from the fanning ^mrmtte^had    iQV a duplex [Q be constructcd on ^ward  etc.   brought  up y'.rnember of that committee is "not even an  I i'"! Aldernian" Mandelkatl' , also' drew'at-  Parents without partners  new organization meetii  SEPARATED, single, widowed !or divorced parents are invited to visit Sechelt  iElementary Schobl on Friday; March 17th  yed the applicatiqn-be:   atrfcp.nv:for-an Introduction to "^arents:  discussion at-a planQing���without���Partners^  Id" ther'following week. Guest speaker will be Mr. Earl Camp-  etualt',iirophles''-!'are'f'in,el3ent^  include:  Kingfish, Gus Crucil Memorial       '.���-.' -1   ���������ri'; T."r *��� '  T,rophy,   and  all  the  awards  from  the    n atl   l.a  PTlH^r  raniraCC  ''4aigreBate^'Bhd6tr''Memb'ew,"ahU^'frie^ ^l^U^.Uai.CUUai^b.ClljlYadd  who^ornpeted, in that shoot are requested  to! dlttend. Time 8 pm in tho club-house.  boil, 1st vice-president of the Vancouver  LIBRARY BUILDING Patents   without   Partners   organization.  "Howe Sound'Employees Socjpty added     ��� 'Theniee^  ;*tention to the fact that a 50,000 gallon    its name to the list of those seeking the    new building and for further information  reservoir is to be installed, al,,th0���,Y,^  ���grounds to'further improVo the' Langdale '! hew  quarters.  So   far  there   have  been    Mrs.'Glenda D/rane, 885-2830 after' 6 p.m.  about five such applications from various    Mrs, Mary Kingston, 885-23(36 after 6 p.m.  groups.,,,^,,,,,-,,,..,,.^.,,.,-..,.,,, ���.,�� 7.7.,��,,!,.���,,,-,.,,...,,...Mrs Beryl, Sheridan, ,885-9568,���,���,.,,,4,,.,.,,,, ,���  supply.  ��� =HH.��iV  *M*��t*'*ti*i ^ WtWEV-"'-"'. >i'-'ii.i >��� .w. 8.1  July..3,0,,.alsp_,foi,__thoaB,C, Derby August    Refreshments and eats will be available.  12. ~~      """ * Entry just i|>r) per couple.  BROCHURE" '���"-"'""���'���;���"'-; ��� --'-7-  Alderman Winston. Rop'inso.n rpporled  on   attending   a   meowing   of   Mainland  Missing child . . ,  it -r��� is ���r,��� "r:   " > "���"'���"-��-������'���"������     - �����-  Termination of search  SUNSHINE Coast Lipns Club are again 4  preparing to launch the, annual Com- ' ,  munity Birthday Calendar-canvess. This Southwest in Vancouver .with, a reprc-  furid raisina,Dro1cet has be'eh dqtabHshod"iRentative of the Gibsons Chnmbar'-of  locally for about four years and has prov- .Commerce, He said il is proposed to go  ed'.a popular, project'.   ''"'' 7',., uhotvd with " sixteen pi\ge color brodturo  ^i'p'rovided   by   Mainlancl,- Southwest, at < a ,  total   cost 'of  $2,400. 'Secholt   Chamber  '"would paiHiclpiilo and pUliis cal 1"for throe  pages for Gibsons ond three i'or Secholt.  Balance would bo taken,up by advortls  Sechelt theatre  iFpp-the sunvpf1 two' dollar^ contributory will bo Huppjicd a calciiidar,. upon  wliieii .family birthdayh^will bo printed,  Another benefit will bo by way'of special  bonuses by some of tl>o advertisers huy  <^euabei7o|Gqmmerefe  r^imtovciloilaiQOtliereyesore  SECHELT ancPDlstriet Chamber of Corii-  merco   agreed   at   its   last   executive  ing space on tlie..c}don1darj,^^^~~���-~ -v-^^ng;!                                                                                          in.conJunclion vyith ,yll  - ��� .This ycar,ahe^          ' """ "'"" "'"  scuba divers find body  ONK ol' llio most intensive searches car- I coroners enquiry will bo hold, . ���   ������.���.,,���.,;  -iw...,   i     w i<��" �� ""�� "��"' "���<���!-��� ��   ..i--.i  -w.*n.^o.^��ut^*r��*-'��^-��U"A^ - ^- -.. ���   *    .        ..      -   ���  "ii '  ���   i" der   Hurboutr,*down^io^Halimoon^Bay,*��lt,^TwWrmaor'wuv   Aid   Mand  allco Houba Proceeds (lorlvod- .from 'tho caiWn ' *      1 y  by tho newly plv"tered Ponder Harbour  Lions Clu|),which willcanyoHS from Pen   CJlolwltSlfBKSMh "  During previous dives by polk;  to   u^ra"^omriqrtOTHto1r��^  HIv Hloonvni'^rnr ' IVio   hnrlvhf.i   <l�����     ...,,i     ...., i_ i.._  March 8 with discover^-of the body ",0f  five year old Ro'no Itobson In Mixal Luko,  near Irvinofi tanding, -  'Jco.-.und..  muddy,  'snpw^-water- was   also-'very  WATER LINE  Lowf walled water line lo Hold Road  Mundollcnu ro-  ,cL,iliat_ji_  hydi'tmt  fmerco, Mrs. H, IIUya wppoared lo express hlfl Muonl|on oncQ mo,.Q was pointed  , .       bly be fjeoncern regarding need'lohavottho hum- , > lt, WIW m (hut wlth improvo|nontB Do- ���   ll,g :Mvocl��uro,  c��j:lyJ.^.APx!U��^offi9ua^^    annpuncod In later cditionn of lho Times.    Mrs,  Hln/,  also, ralsou,.(ho .(ji^OHtlon  oi! |H   still  a   dlHgraco,   However   ownor  iffinaM^jWiliyiBtaiBi^^ ' or tl-o ��� WhlspoilnH .-lMnoH-'.-.waH-.cuinpIl-  laisen by the clubs,,        ,,',,,,,      Road."Repair of tho walor Ijno at the hnr-  T     ,     ���        ,,   , Jt ��� V" Lions,nl8pv)nwqpt.'!)}olpi,yfHlvU>9i^ ���  ...       k       ���      ���     A    , .,   .. Local'police said that at tlmo of-tho    canvasrt from such organizations as sco^js, |(    7  AIho knowih as Reno Van Arsdeil, uu.. dlflapponfnnoo'no-foot ���tv��,ckn-.h��d been,  .guides,',.sport groups;,etc,,,ln'turn  thoy    LAUNCHING RAMP  y��H��KHtw went missing from her homo   foupd In tho area and, for a whllo, R was    will rocol.Yo �� donation from thp "'  ���nonr-nho;;lnkQ��nt--i^^^  KSd<��eb'^'iibV',l6rahwQlf'h,olp;     ��f���^.-   ��"   January 0, Police wore alortod at Hbout,   ducted; Her father Tom Robson lives In.   -' Date,of iho canvass, Will probably  fi p.m. after hor mother and a male, com-    Toronto1 and it was ho who ultimatolv  Ivaninirimci-fionrciM^^  HundrodH   of   local   psldontii   Joined"  wllh pollen 'In. thu"lu^nt7^^wllc^d'o^H,'-woria"'1  ���brougl)l^|,nr(ilUn��dlvorMJ.Hcoui,ed-4u-oan-x)f'  the lako and adjueunt lakes lo' 130 avail,  and privately owned umall aircraft scoured llio area, Unfortunately, heavy snow  made tho Monruh difficult and. finally was  left to two or iliroo locnl police whoki',pt,  "Up "iPdhlly^lnvofitlRnllon���for- iUo"*flr��t"  motitlii   Am- hIiow   bonan   lo   (llHnppoar, ���  police ilogH aiid liaiidlors wut'o brought  buck In prior to plan foiv another ox,len-  ,h1vd search of lhe terrain, ��� ff  Monnwhlln. police followed.up "various.  re)MUctj^w��ttesrby n ���������fcrryr-employoo'-TWho-  thoughl ho^lIa^ft'(T^^"'th1(VThlirtnlccTlmpr^Tr���'���,,'  led by'�� woman headed fdi' thb'm��Ii\lahd.  At   unolhor ,  Htngo,   a   clairvoyant. w��.h ��  T)'i;oTiim*l"Wonirr IlifrnhlW'Olol.lVflrT'Blirr  indicated   lhe ynun'^Hlnl1" might btriiV'/a'  ���    holo  In the  naUire of a . wollM yarloui,  holes  were  I hen  rccheukod,  also  lo  no  rivnll.  A'reward  of  ^11,000  was  pcwled  Last, WednoNday,  scuba  divers  were  hack In a last Noarch of) ho lake, One Of  1 llu.ni fiudtUinly Hpottod. lho body just n  lage council on a general clean-up.,week.-  Both'bodies 'have previously discussed  eyesores developing In the community  and llurjiood for spearheading a cleanup campaign. > ", , 1  ~<?��-Uim,2nJ waa miul? i'eg��rdJ_nK the old  theatre buficuTTg71^nrfilirndlng as'arrpye  sore   and" possible   hazard,   after- being  destroyed ; by: flro las^ fiunlmor, Village  Mayor Boh Lang said ho hatj mentioned  the mutter to the'owner onco alroady'"but  the  facility  when  coinploted.  This will  include  zone  bulldozing  out  of  gravel,  Increasing  tho_grade  and  paying  a lif-  "toen foot strip where necessary, -7  Mayor Lang added that ho has boon  Investigating possibilities of improving  parking In the area .of Ihe ramp; Ho has  a -couple' of plans In v|ow so far,  "fl-R'OO-H-U-R-E- ' "L     ..'��k_*.i^*>ti} j4i,^A��tsUiWMJ I -J*.  nwM#.**tratr  fow feet Crony shore }\Jid almost, obscijred, ,  1 by' bimbo's'whli)H' extended Inlo ,the'' water,-   ���An~-n��Umay. cnrrlod ��� out In Vnncouvor  monted i'or tho way In fvhlch ho Is re  "-nnvntln7rhlR"bul|dlng;  PARKING ',',,',  Anothor problem brought .to "the attention   nl'  council   by   the  Chamber   Is  hat of parking Rpnco Khnrtntfo. It had  "bech'-'HiiRRcsted ��� earlier"thnfcon.slflonibly'v  moru  npaco-,would   bocomo  ifVallablo  If  morehanlH  themselves  would' park  ol'f-  ��� Hi root,   ',  '      Chamber memburs agreed that a letter bo oiroulatodjo Ihc^merohmjl^ptiji]!,-..,,  1ii^'<)ur'llWTsriuaUon  iuuI" i^iifng  lhat  thoy consider'parking behind their pro-  "IWMloirwJwraTpom.lbllor  It was agreed to Join with Gibsons  Chamber on a combined tourist promo-..;.  tion brochure at a cost to Secholt of approximately 1)11.1400,' This was* at a lower  ..���,that ^obtained,,locally ,Jitt.llJi   1 out that the promoters 0.  , Mainland Southwest,, ob-  govornmen,t', .therefore 11. would bo cllf"  Tourism chairman John Thomas Hald  - he. has- alHo-H7ikci(1*'t,lia-I>endor-ehambci  ���~~~-  president If his Chamber would care to  parllelpalo "t\o far thero Iiiih been no>  response," ho" said,  "\  i��J��"if{fiW-���^ji, 4 Vfj    J Ji~t*-r       .+.1  Ad-Briefs  point  Mnyoi; Lang rtlatod lhat council Is pm  MiiliiH-tlH.-problem-and-hoiieh-to-provltle-  mlditionili parking areaH In one or two  locations,  - .--..-���-,   P A C I LI TIE 3 ,,,  Piint  President .Too Homier reported  lo action!  ���W**< -M**!* HBIWlUlWMMWtHlllHIM ��*imi  /n Today's Classifiad:~>  1 UHlOU'liullii'ooin not, (whlta), One cabinet with hbiillt��ln bntiln, .f��0n.  i>W��HH^i|M!M*W t+.1��k**"  tiiwt��tl)e-{junshliie��Ct7nnt',l>1on?i't'lnb,plfln3''^'*www'v*>w'"'w  .on* liruvldlnfuau^uddl^^^  lublen and benches,for use along^Uoule- ,      (10,000 roaclor*). ��� ' '  7f  ^MOP>W|W��*pS|l*��^fcB*��. +MK  Bonutiflcntlon in Progrosa  vard, It was hiikkuhIo(I that, Council be  asked l.o.'.provlde^exlra, rcUwu-jDluB to.  go along with thu tables, Mayor Lang re-  p!.lcd...tlu\L.lhlH..lH,. already,., undor-cent rob  Reporting on progress with the  I  An~-n����v��y.ciu-riod.out in vnncouvor ���������    ;>- ���, y~-z_ ���" -���:,���������' ��vv I------7--. rr    ";,",,��� r-.r' .    . .,, ... .        .1.       ' '    , "uporunH on progress with the .pro-  has since, rjwcaletl TlTo'' facdli'at'n'o 'foul" ^iiR timo-plnn; of -nMcrmmv^ornol-vtrooB;-within IJo ���vinngo.- First phnBO.^Jl|ghwny-,to -.tho- senior oliizonH rosr ��� posed' boat Samp at Porpoise Hay, Cliff, .*,  ���.Uy wati'Involved "and death war'the Gordon was on iho wiy' to ronllty lost- Involves fifty-five trees planted nlorif? 'JUqncos, Gportfo Fnwkus ,Js seen Olson said sorho chaijgeu In original plans 8  miiilt of drowning, it la undcratood-ri   Sunday with tlie planting of flowering   botb.sidos of Slioal Avenue from lijo- 'supervising tlie planting,  ' .'   h��v�� bcun nmuu vvliich should' improve: m  ' ,       - '     ,   . .,,..')...' '..',, '.('���. I ,''...,'      i , , ��� , , I ��� . : ,...'_ - *.      '���/���,*,', '  C I H ' , < , I L T ^ " I ,  ^<l>��)t*<WolfjyUvtolWwt^w:*!AiliMMlp���n.ttMni.. tel^imt^mtoMmiikhHkmiHMMto-itiipititmvMmWI^II'tlWil^wWwMMMlMMHIIW^ wyu|WMBi����HWiHwWmw<niiii>���>mi iiwil��wi��Miww^��iMiit<iiw��ifmwMWii��itoBynMMnnwiwiiwi*ii��^<taiiwnmwiilij^iHi|iiinmiiiiii>Mimi*A >^K>^ww^WMiWW����i|^HWi^^^lfi<^WKII��*^yj^ *��� iMuiWHM*��Wfm��*���'m>ii)ui!��iuM.��WiiwiHW>nf|��*����in��itooihmhwmhhwi^���i^iw^u^it��il*iwipi��ift��wwij��^HiPi*j<w>^  ��� Tlmo* ClaMlflods oo INTO tho homo* , , '  ���. not on lawns, *lrools or In culverts,*. ��.......,  ��� Times Closslfjocla oro (oyv-cojtt, hlgh-potoncy ,  ""tolos'tohlc*. '        ���      ���   ')x  Phono linios opon Sundqy; clpniified  005-9654 Secholt, a86-212TGlbf6n��;  !*nii#riMMMt<^l'*^^*"^ta|**��te��ta  r  ���\  I),    M.l.   4    .'If      I. Ul>4l )>��.*,, ..I,,  iw.rf.f|<��'l"  ��, lf>.  1   i. .: ,  nif'JE* *'*" " ",1" ^*** ( ��*'*#imii��iiiiinii *t\m*i *\.'t *  v '''  f"*,.''t   '^   "M"' IJ  '.'       ';    .u1'"*   ���*'     ���.,'���,!, >'V. I"      ....'   .uf.-   .'.'    /.   ''���.* Ll&  t    1��,4.   im*~UKl*Dto/. _. l._- .  THEpEmNSUIJl^WC^     ----- x  "/ mav^be wrong- but I shall not be so wrong as to fail to say what I believe \o be right.'"  .,'���'  " 7. ' ' \ ���JOHN  AI KINS  S��w.w��as6. Ai.sr.ARo. Pjrfrlislier       , Douguas G. Wmixi i r, Editor  *WW^^W^WM*WWWin^WWMMWWIWtfWM����WMWW��MlniWMWMIWWWtfMWIWniWWWWMM|WWMV^IW^  Soitieiliiiig   Mas To  Ciive  \  TOR AN area of.approximately  12.000  pcrnumcnl  population,  il   is difficult ^  to believe that  more  than  oni\. hundred  organizations   are   actually   in   existence  -bur���while- iititii^l^^r^lkl-e-^idv-ancl every-  oiuvthal, is the estimated figure.  In   ail   probabilities   the   incredible  desire io form a new group at the drop  of proverbial* hat" is not confined to the  Sunshine   Coast.   However,   we   cannot   speak foi other areas with 'ahy'luTttVortty  and can,only assume.  M;my of the organizations which, of  course, include forms of local government are naturally essential. Others  such as Chambers o\ Commerce are  semi-official and also serve a* purpose.  Then we have various service clubs,  ladies'     auxiliaries,     religious     groups,  ���senilis, cubs, guides, etc., all carrying  out worthwhile projects and serving .useful purpose. .  1 he whole thing is���where does it  all end? there surely nurst be a limit  lo just how much any person is able  to do for community betterment. -Already the average person who devotes  time and effort, to organizational work  is taxed to the limit, yet there seems to  be a continual attempt to establish even  more "bodies.  Latest,   proposal    comes  branches.   Legion   auxiliaries,   six   hospital auxiliaries, two roil anil gun clubs,  five   voluntary   fire  departments,   power  squadron, two Lions clubs, one"Kiwanis  -dulv--Uv�� -Kinsmen    -el-ubs,���-TMrrcontc  lodges, Oddfellows, and ladies affiliates,  three  senior citizens organizations,  senior citizens homes organization,  guides,  scouts,   brownies   and   cubs,   recreation  association',   flying  club,   a   number  o  v ratepayers   associations-,   community���associations,   retarded-childrens     associations,   a   number     of   sporting   activity  groups/Red Cross organization, politiea  ,groups, bowling leagues, and so it goes  , on  and on.  Quite obviously there is a limit  just how much a person can do however public spirited he, or she, might  be. When so many people become involved in one or more of these activities  which invariably become increasingly  time consuming, then, something, somewhere, has lo give.  This would appear evident with" the  demise of the Gibsons Fall Fair a few  ' years ago. This was followed with dropping of the July 1st Day celebrations  and although the three day Sea Cavalcade replaced it, each successive year  brings with it the growing ..problem of  A-2 The Peninsula Timet  Wednesday, March  IS,  1972  ���. ___ ^i_ jrm_  JO-TeLandTB^Hyd^o-  agree -io share poles  B.C.   LLYDRO  and  B.C.  Telephone   have  agreed   to   make   better   use   of   each  other's poles throughout   the province lo  avi>id duplication of polelines.  The two. utilities will jointly own poles  and share costs of construction and maintenance on the basis of pole use.   Tiie_v7.-also will Join.t.ly_���plan-future use-  Look mommy ��� a hockey game!"  from  Mayor '.Den-Lang of -%chgjtraM^  =��@s����*^gEe^x  Outside  gum-met  cooking  class:   "He-  o_f pole distribution  lines, to assure that  two   separate lines  are  not   built   where .  one  would  serve  the  needs  of  both  electricity and  telephone  customers.  B.C.   Tel   has   bought   an   interest-   in .  about   100,000   poles     previously   owned  wholly by B.C. Hydro! but used to carry,  both   telephone   and   electrical   distribution. Hydro in turn has bought^ari interest :"  in poles owned by  B.C,  Tel but jointly  -used. Meanwhile, the utilities are co-operating in  establishing a computerized  inventory   of   all   commonly-owned     poles  they   have   in   British   Columbia.  The new agreement covers all areas  of British Columbia served by ;both utilities and includes B.C. Hydro poles carrying only distribution facilities (-those  with voltage of 25,000 or lower). Pole-  sharing at higher voltages presents technical problems.  Both utilities will continue to cor-or-  dinate their underground installations  where  feasible.  Savings from joint use and ownership  of poles are expected to help control rising operating costs faced by the utilities.  B.C. Hydro and Okanagan Telephone  -Company now are negotiating to extend  the shared-pole agreement to areas serv-  .{  ;.'  /. .  LL  has suggested re-e^abltShTneTnof a recreation commission! Two", other groups  are also in process of formation at this  time. .    .      .        ,  It would be foolish to condemn any  one of these numerous organizations as  being unnecessary for they all appear  to serve a different but worthwhile function. However, although we cannot name  each   and   every   one  on   the   Sunshine  Const Chi  Coast, we mention some of the better  known bodies as an indication of the  activities taking place in this one dis-1  trict ...."���  Two village, councils, one school  district board, one regional board, one  hospital board, three chambers of commerce,   four   Royal     "Canadian   Legion  Now the Sechelt May Day is more  than likely to fall by the wayside for  the very same reasons. No one can be  blamed for when people are giving of  their time and effort 7throughout the  year to so many worthy eauses, they  certainly cannot be denied the right to  take a rest once in a while.  Mayor Lang has quite rightly let  the people decide and from twq_pubtie���SOME visitors arc treating Canada as a  patsy  memb'eT=:mTOTra"--wasnLL-bj.  ed     by   Okanagan     Telephone���Vernon,  .atooLjj.qn_and Revelstoke.  ���  m ;���        ' - ��� ��� i " "" ���������-���"_-  -------���-��� '..- 7'  7& -." ' -"  ��� --���Z  ���..-���---- -��� --: s  t   >  1.1  attacks immigration low  meetings the message should be abundantly clear���less than a .handful are interested in active participation. The answer then would seem to be���let the  whole thing drop, at least for this year,  then let public reaction determine necessity or desirability of future -re-activa-'  tion.  Action IVow For   Pensioners  in applying for Canadian, citi-  zenship, says Paul St. Pierre, MP for  Coast  Chilcotin.  St. Pierre, parliamentary secretary to  the Secretary of State for External Af-  airs, criticized the government alteration  of the immigration law in the Speech  from the Throrte. He said the law had  departed too far from the basic principle  _that   "nn   citizens   nf   a   foreign   stpt.fi   htis  TOWARD the end of last ye'ar a Gibsons senior citizen phoned the Times  office supporting our repeated editorials  condemning th^, present federal government for its callous attitude toward. _in-_  creased pension for senior citizens. However, he expressed the view that despite  press attacks and representation -to  MP's, nothing is ever forthcoming, from  our ballot power. We will live and be  a part of the promised just society,"  he said. s  Daily papers throughout the province  .together- with-'many weekly-, newspapers.-  and columnists have given support to  Action Now for Pensioners. 'I ne campaign will carry on from British Columbia  throughout the   nation.   Its   suc-  the right to demand Canadian citizenship  as an inherent right" Citizenship, he said,  was   a   privilege,   whether   acquired   by"  birth or naturalization.  The  Coast  Chilcotin  Liberal   directed  his criticism againrt provisias of the present immigration law which- pennit visi-  "tprs~ta-apply-^M  while in Canada on visitors permits. Except in rare cases, they should be obliged  to go back to the country of their origin  id.  of other countries. Our immigration laws  should not stray from, the .principle that  Canada is our home. It is a home which,  we hope, will always be friendly to visitors; we should not. like to be thought  of as an inhospitable nation any more  than the average householder wishes to  have the reputation of being inhospita:  ble. But let us not be-imposed upon."  ~Dental Topics  and   apply, in  the. ordinary  way   at   the���touth  decay .dm  Pregnancy   and   Dental - Health  THERE   are   still   far   too   many   people  who believe in "old wives tales" when  pregnancy  -is   discussed,   especially   ones  that pertain, to dental health.  ��� The,:, archaie���adage���jfehat���iifeF-*-eve-ryr  child a tooth." is cVarly refuted by experimental and clinical evidence. Statistics  show  that  there  is  no   increase: in  |  ROYAL BANK - Sechelt  There will be  I  |  On March 25th,  ^ _^. , ^___. _  & populaf^we6d" carver Mr.    ErnieSurnett^  ���..!,. .|:mu  Ottawa.   He  therefore  posed   the  ques-    cess is dependent upon  full  support ot^   country's" "front door", he said. any'thing^been^found in -pregnancy -that'  tion���"just what can be done to awaken     all   senior  citizens   and   their  organiza*        ��why|  Mr.   Speaker,  is   Canada  just    removes  calcium  salts  from  tooth  ena-  the messiahs in power to the tact that    tions, .     _. about the only nation which allows visi-    mel  .^OSOBaS&Q^^  "a'cTi'On is long" overdue?'  Il is one thing to condemn but another matter to provide a solution, Finally after some deliberation, it was suggested, by way _of #n editorial in the'  December 1st issue 'of thS "Times, 'that,  the answer lies in unity. We pointed to  the fact that the senior citizens of the  country control a substantial block of  voles. Should they unite and use lhat  vote block as a weapon they wonId indeed be wielding a powerful club.  Unknown to us, and obviously to  many others,"such, an alliance wns actually launched earlier ip.that year. Known  us "Action Now , for Pensioners" the  group is headed by Mr, Vincent Yalos-  .��and, -actively,, supported,. by...Torn.er7V.an-w  eouver Mayor, Tom Alsbury, Already  the organization ismaking its voice  heard but ihe road to success will be a  long one with nitiny obstacles to overcome, Many Mi's and ML As have given  pledges of support,  membership  is  nJVec.jiulitlio,iilni is 'a just return for ii,  "iifethiie of ,n lnbou^sei'vlce'1,' "Ohjecjjyc;'.  is u minimum $150 per monilil  Another active member, Otto Nocd-  , -ling���ol7Noril, Vancouver,sUdedrocenily..  ,~"TiKT'MI's arc  home    to  strtrl  fence���  ivIrr-NTJTdiiiig   wrote' tu "the' Times tors' to'apply tor landed' immigrant "status '  last   week   expressing   appreciation   for without first returning to their country  our support but draws attention to the of origin... This practice of permitting  fact that Active participation by senior .. appeals within Canada . . . have swamped  citizens of  the  Sunshine  Coast  would ��u'' immigration appeal board.  be greatly appreciated.  The. organization's office is located  at 3302 Ca'mbie and is manned by volunteers. Telephone 873-2471.  We have three active senior citizen  groups on the Sunshine,Coast and a  call to that number will bring a reply  and all information from "Action Now  for Pensioners"; it is the age old maxim  of "united wc stand���rdivided, wc fall".  ���Your contributions arc Invited  THE  DERELICT  by J. Boniham  Tho old man alls and watches tho hor  That ho sailed for many a year,  And his thoughts f?o back to his  "���"7 ciuh Ror~d ny '^y~-~^~^^--^-���i-~~ ���>���  And his gnarled hand wlpoa n Acm"  From bin woury oyos of fadad blue  Whllo tho wild wind rufflen hit. hair,  Hero on tho land ho Ih stranded,  Nn morp on tho pou can ho roam,  .... , mending,   They   have -already   repaired    f�� morpqn lho ��0H,cnn no roa  I,,   and pensions,.n pension thai\um grow    ��?.��>"����'�� ">��l ho mi��o called homo,  lo $13,000 anminlly, Many already uuiil-  il'y I'or this, others will try lujrcl lo keep   in lho ring for another session In order  lo (ill ihe life-long gravy irajjii.  "Now Is lhe tlmo lo ask every MP  nnwRtnnti^nd*bo^mffltminiitin^re^iw  an lneruiif.0 hi pensions for our senior  elll/.ens, If his answer 1�� "yet,",.' ho  might havo a chnneo to return lo Ottawa  .,., f    ^ mm-frm^mmt f^nhyming Philosopher  Is "no" then ho might  hnvo lho op-    ���. ., J. : Z-.-   poriunliy lo |oln lho ranks of Cimiullim  . unemployed,"  i>�����������-'Mrr-Alsbury-told-a -'Inrge-'VnncoiH  ���  ver audlonoe that junior elti/x'iis repre-  ���"'  sent   13'*  of nil  voters,  "Wo li|ivo n  , plllful .pcnnliMit ��� wt?. have been MWttmpetl  tiiKlor by n tidal wnvo of prlco and wago  ���'  incrpiific wjil'lo our Incoino )��"��slipiiik-  ins--- ���       ��� - ��� ���-��� -   ���'���������  "'i'hcio  are  two .....million  of. us  In  ���<- "urn iix t n "ri ii c t;**NVx*" - ^v 11 T'-'ms c?"Tr>i vnw~n {i; t> ��� p o sve? r ^  "Their nurriber-has-made t-he-situation  difficult for legitimate applicants ancl  it has begun to cause concern among  citizens .at. home, ..some, of who are. beginning to wonder whether Canadians arc  sufficiently masters of their own house."  '������v";'-St.'''"':Fiefi^  1971, the Immigration Appeal Board hud  a backlog of 6,771 cases, which would  require .^evcri ye^ir.s' of hearings by' tlie  Board, at a coat of $1,000 per case to lho  Cana'llan taxpayer  - ��� In tho first throe months pf 1971, moro  .than ���,��. third,. oL those ...who. applied, fur.,  landed immigrant status did so after  having entered Canada a. visitors. The  figures wore 11,1114 out of 27,899. About  a third of the U,r)14���4,432-rwero Americans.  Immigration law changes of 1907 were  gonorally nood, ho said. Ho approved lhe  removal. of..r��clni...blns, ,tho. hurnontnrlan  aspeqta of tho now law which ont^pkul  easier reuniting, of near relatives and the  control Hystom which Is designed to match  Job,sooting,immigrants to Job opportunities. (Immlfcrntlah to* Canada has dropped  by ono third slnco 1007,)   *,ButHotwth<r-ln;v*",foilow-,thtr-'prRctlt,p-  ' However, the pregnant woman should  give her mouth proper care. Early in  pregnancy, the expectant mother should  have a complete dental check-up and  areas of: infection eliminated. Then the  patient should Jollow usual preventive,  principles such as cutting down on excessive sweets and cleaning her teeth  regularly after meals, A rnin��rr\y of perg-  nantr women may develop swollen gum's  which become purplish-red to deep blue,  Pain;. ;is'.' usually ���not��^^severo^but ^jeeding;;;  may occur. However, thpse gum change  occur most  often  in  women  with  poor  ..oral,, hygiene.,.  K\���....,.,,... ..>..., ,...,���.,.,,���. ,,,.,,,...:..���. ,.m.��.  If dental work is necessary, long appointments should not be scheduled by  the expectant mother, Extensive fillings  or other tiring procedures are not rec-  ..ommendod.*during.-the .latter*months-of'.  pregnancy and painful stimuli should bo  avoided as much as possible. An early  chock-up and keeping good oral hygiene'  is the host posslblo protection against  gym problems and tooth decay, so forget about what "somebody told mo."  ���Canadian' Dental Association  BJtjpOD, DONORS' ���   In 1071 tho nurbor of volunteer blood  donors to thoiB,C,��yukon.Dlvl8ionrBloocl  ���Transfusion -Sorvlco-,numbered �� 00,000,  with 911,101 units "collected, Tho number  of,patients transfused in lho Division wnfl  --29,-aotv�����-��� r���r-  -^���.,.-  But |n dromns ho Is oi.oo moro sailing  O'er Iho ocoan wild and  free,  .And his spirit soars ati,tho ocean roars  And ho unco moro sails tho son.'  "Don't weep" ho noonm to bo saying  ^non'Fshod ono loar for mo",  "Qulohly, for lho light Is fading,  "Just. ipuKo my 'flrnvti' U>�� noiV.  Hurry W. Ploiclicr  ��� Bit OTHER HOOD  WlchlirolirinlJwnTrt^^lf'Wifiorctr'mlndr  YYo nonioiimc^ flmr nvvaBrunt-;.t|iouBl��  hrc'iiljti Ioond  With bi'iivo iiiiuinpls to Hharo our woulth,  hill flail1. ... .,...'  .::..,7     ���  ,-���   ,  lihulf Inupi. nniihlv lo prodiicu,  warn  SECHELT AGENCIES  PENDER-TO EGMONT  Ur,Jf with lii��K, wa inani.���� to conir'cdo  A-vninilt-ot1 "two-lo ���ni��miM��rii*hh��Ni'.|lvim-'W<����'  cHiitlctic��nilrt04iuiulci'.t^kfl��.a���itccit  To liuip it hirnni^r, iinobirinilvoly,  Publlnhcil Wodncmlnyii nt Secholt  'orf^^rrsnmiiinrooM  "byi*  -1MiM.^-iu>iit,o-how"conicnr-iuHl-nimipi'WO"-i��'B��.  llccmiHO wo ishvu^ i�� llltlc of oiiii,oIvu|J,  y.i Nllll i-uiiiliilnk' our ibnci-vu nt pur  WtintinnpTrtiTOmincfrTeT^  i*'U��  Po'vvoirUlv��r','NbwH Town 'Crier"  Scchcll TJmcs Ltd, 7  '  ��� -,   nOXr3J0.:��"^9��||ljHl-:JP.0.;;;.s.A44.��  Subscription Rnlcm' (In ndvnnco)  vbUIn  ��rW��>ll-tltlH.-..in��y��-lWr-l��H|."-l��*��p4-ll^��HHlvn)tOOil��".  "Wo.'n.Icl'Is, fiii umiIfi huyc failed oiirhlljihcsti'oJei.  ^IfHWO'ncBlucranHliiu'uipiiri-bii.il)^ .,  And let Ilia him hhlnoln our hunrl und hoiiI,  *       ,     i.   i   ,.''''   n   . i'A,i ! .   n       . ^y.��. wo iicclidni.llu; Ml'olhcWiooil of Mini}  .7^rrt��r^  {Ifow. SoHftfcfo .��ry(�� Inlw  pinpi!  Tn ho nd jiood n lirolhci' us you ciinl  i   ��� ��    i  .For -your--Raql-,E��tato*--  and Insuratico require^  monts contact  ��MRr��JOHN^BREEN-  I      at 883-3794,  ��� ..  Roildjng in tho -  PENP^R HARBOUR   , AREA,    '   ',  I    Mtb^hMUtt^r IHt|lMll<l>tilMlltl|tW"*n><*MHl  ��i i��"t*r*l>l�� i}9}_ ���Mfc^FttWlW  *M&rtga<j<ri^ifdr  Ayollablo  ���� ^(*#�� ^f*Wtl*.>M��il IMWIIW*.  ,.,\   \  7 i i,r,n<'<\n'?V?i.>tr)li'f//f0" ^"''  AGENCIES LTD.  '   '       phono ��8P-X��3{��  |Mi-4  >i  vr  t      ..H��,  ��WMfW*i^*^?WWt(W  ^��y>W^  'V'f!  ...  I   "' ii     U, ,j,tl  j,"*  liHll   !   |, ,     ,    |, ,   .    (j 17    I1 I       1 I  ,'\.'l I ���Vl'WHMli^H.I.Wt"  ' �� I 'I  ...   ..  1,"  lft'1  (������'ill'I   I'III'   I  '' '.i'1'  ' j'. I l'  7'V'n��Vi'.",l,,7   ,���|,iWImWi  i ..���� ., i i, ���  .ii, i t  ',7MV  r..���^i -.- -'��� -���; ���vr*r,.'\ . . -;: ���".��� .-^ip^fs^^t"  m^  2iJfe?&&fcgroup~~r.y  U- JL.  lleehelHt^  : iytarys  schedules series of events  PRESIDENT  Mrs.' Faye  Lewis  gave -her   \4ee-    president,   Mrs.   Ina    -Qrafe,   a  chance to find out how it was to be president at the March meeting held Thursday thejoint-h-ar-STT^Hiraa's"Church Halt.  Mrs. Grafe called the meeting to order  and introduced two new members Mrs.  Merle Mulligan-arrd-MTs: "EdtThTTHopper:  Mrs.  Margaret   Humm    was   thanked ,  for   looking   after   the   tea,   Mrs.   Sheila  Zoite being still on the. sick list.  Twenty-one   members   were     present. .  Business   of   the   meeting   included   the  ���Tune   luncheon   to   be   held   June   22nd. _  Mrs.   Elve  Must-rip  kindly  volunteered  to ~  convene   and   Mrs.   Lee   Redman   to   co- :  convf.nie.   of t^crjadies, one to v type ^nd , one to.  stuff" envelopes. ImmediatehA our two  new members volunteered "Mrs. Merle  Mulligan and Mrs. Edith Hopper.  ���- The__nex4r���meeting will "be held -as-  usual, the second Thursday in the month,  which wiH be April Jjth. New members  always Welcome in all phases of Auxiliary work but particularly^ those who  wish to work with "patients, more of  these will be needed.  -fcAlW^-TTf-+h^ -RouhpU   fl.'P3  xm��i   ���&;���������<*���>"  March 3rd�� to hold their annual World  Day   of   Piayer,   winch" was' n��iu vin   ��H.  Hilda's'Church. The theme was 'A117[6y .  -Be'Yours', ��nd derorati" the wil's w?re  several original and colorful posters depicting  joy.  Mrs.  Roberta  Foxall was  an  "a"ble~ - leader   witli.Li.he   following   giving  Tthe response: Mrs.  Grace~Bomn of Holy  Family  Church-; -M-r-s_ Stella  Johnson  of  Our Lady of Lourdes; Mrs. Frieda Nelson  of, Bethel Baptist Church, and J^riMtfriel  Eggins  of _St.  John's  United   Church.  Mrs.   Bonnie  Paetkau  gave  a  prayer  based on the chosen    u   .       rvft^r  several dictionary definitions of joy she  gave  a  shining  exampje   in   joy   a^iopus  TJi e_P e njjis ulo-Xinies-���  Wednesday,  March  15  Page A-3  1972  fiWMMMMIlMW^^  any group of women���a new b'aby. This  excerpt was* particularly pleasing. She  went ;on to say that the thing- that robs  the .world of much joy is fear-���fear of  those who differ frc/rn us in lifestyle,  dress, color and beliefs. Let us not forget  that all people are chiLdren of God, all  -good- in Uigir_.fashign^_Just as evil creeps  through our world so can~foy~cfeep- and "  spread. She wisely told us to like ourselves, as only thus can we, love others.  She spoke of depression and how we  hurt ourselves and our loved, ones if we  let ourselves become depressed, She read  a quotation from Gibran's 'The Prophet'  showing hpw closely sorrow and joy are  interwoven.   She   finished   by   telling   of  many little everyday things that can  bring  joy".  Special mention should be made of  Mrs. Hayward and her music and of the  hymns,  some   very   new  and  all  tuneful.  A most enjoyable hour followed in  the church hall where the ladies of" St.  Hilda's_sfirv��d_teaJ_      GLAD TIDINGS  TABERNACLE  Sundays 10:00 a.m.; 7:00 p.m.  Wednesday Bible Study 7:30 p.m.  "PASTOR NANCY DYKES  Gower Point Road  Pender Harbour PTA  White Elephant Sale  MADEIRA PARK HALL  SATURDAY ^JkPRII__Jl  All wishing to donate   please turn items in  to elementary school,  Madeira Park.  Mrs. Faye Lewis commented on the  bake sale and suggested that, instead, we  have a telephone bridge tournament.  Mrs. Dunlop suggest a cribbage tournament also for those ^vho do not play  bridge. This will be held after the wind-  up bridge party for the winter tournament lo he held at St. Hilda's Church  hall  Friday,  April  7th.  Mrs. Amy Bryant, former volunteer  director, reported on the first extended  ;care party held On Valentine's Day. The  patients helped made lhe decorations and  the Sechelt Auxiliary* provided the Valentine's . cake and  cookies.  Mr. John Lewis, physiotherapist showed films and there was music and singing. Patients really enjoyed themselves,  getting into a good party spirit.  7 Volunteer chairman Mrs. Maureen  Hall--reported 16 women worked at the  gift   shop 7in   February,���As   of   the  first  )oost  irector  ACCOUNTANTS  RALPH  C.  DUCKWORTH  CHARTERED ACCOUNTANT   "  Terephone:  885-9515 - Telephone: 886-2912  SECHELT, B.C. GIBSONS, B.C.  W.  Philip Gordon  CHARTERED ACCOUNTANT  Tel:   Bus.  886-2714,   Res. 886-7567  Harris Block, Gibsons, 8.C.  ART SUPPLIES  of March the hours at the -hospital -are  2-5 Tuesday and Friday. Ladies will look  alter the tlowers which were beingTullecT  by kindness  Sechelt-- Auxiliary's   invitation" to--the  appreciationj��a-being put -on-by-thfe  Marj^s-Hospital Board was read out. This "~ ~~~"~J*esin_QML  w.il.l.be held-Swdayy-Mareh- 12th vi4Km--~Xow-ri��r^Street-- !  there   will   be   a   display   of   pqiiipmpnt,.  .'.-DAkLIS STUDIOS  _._C_i_dip.^hAac__mef.Bsa(is. Arts & Craft  Supplies  -^CAJSTOM MADE LAMPS  sin Daily, Tup  through Sot.  __JSX793-^Qir  BUILDING SUPPLIES  READY-MIX CONCRETE AND  BUILDING SUPPLIES  Your One Stop Building Store  For All Your Building Needs  GIBSONS BUILDING SUPPLIES LTD.  1653-5eaview - Phone 886-2642- -  TWIN CREEK BUILDING SUPPLIES  DIAL  Gibsons 886-2291 - Sechelt 885-2288  WHEN YOU NEED BUILDING SUPPLIES  GIVE US A GALL  FUEL  (continued)  FREE ESTIMATES  ������N .  Froo  Estimates -  Fast Service-  Sechelt -  885-9817  -purchasecTByThe Auxiliaries from money  raised by various functions and the thrift  shop.  Mrs.   Grafe  read  the  report  from  the Cb-brdihatingr Council meeting held  February 29th.  3Bneflew-thi4f-t-shep-eha��^fflan--is7Mr��7  Telephone 886-2069  ROSE & ART ENTERPRISES  Pottery, Supplies, classes & firing  ^dealer for Duncan's Ceramic products  Rosa Swan  and  Mrs.  Eileen  Bystedt,  is  our other  representative.  The volunteer director is Mrs. Peggy  Connors. Mrs. Madeline Grose resigned"  as assistant 'director but will continue to  be in charge of the gift shop.   -  Mrs. Marg. Morgan was elected again  -as���the���Auxiliary J3_aard__J)JL_7Irustees  tdiitGiondview Are.  P.O. Box 62, Gibsons, B.C.  AUTO  SERVICE  SECHELT HOME SERVICE  Atlas Parts - Good Year Tires  member.  Pender Harbour will celebrate 35  years as a Hospital Auxiliary on May  10th with an.excellent record,>  Port Mellon Auxiliary will hold a tea  and variety sale of work at the Health  Center  in  Gibsons,  March 29th.  A fund has been set up. at the Hos-  jRti-H-o-pm-chks.e^raft-^  # helpful items.for the extended care unit.  *& -.. JBy^ciRU^y^^^QP^KPi\v^abob-.-  885-2812 or 885-9979  G & W DRYWALL  ,"'" Dry ^n^c^ittcW^'^e^Tcrrwrs^i ring?  NovrservingsGibsons area and the Peninsula.  Phone^84-5315 '���   ERNIE WIDMAN  for all  your  SSO  PRODUCTS  ���   IMPERIAL ESSO DEALER  Phone 883-2663  Madeira  Park,  B.C.  For Your Fuel Supplies  DANNY WHEELER  your  IMPERIAL ESSO AGENT  886-9663  -  Hopkins  Landing  tOAL  Box 166,. Port Mellmir-RiL-  CABINET MAKERS ^^  OCEANSIDE FURNITURE &  CABINET SHOP ,  HARDWOOD SPECIALISTS   PINE-GUSTOM_FU RN ITU RE  KITCHEN AND BATHROOM CABINETS i  Our Cabinet Units Are-All Prefiinshed Before  Installation.  R. BIRKIN ��� Beach Ave., Roberts Creek, B.C.  >Phohe 886-2551^  CHIMNEY CLEANING  Heatglow  Briquettes  ^RATTTIOAD-AUTO WRECKERS  --���   ������P4ione-88j6Ef5Jg:  MARINE  SERVICES  GIBSONS MARINE  AND  INDUSTRIAL (1972)  LTD.  Complete  automotive  and   marine repairs and  parts; wejding; ^ales;  boat hauling; OMC and  Chrysler Marine dealership.  886-7411   ���   Gibsons   ���   Box 397  CLAYTON WELDING & MARINE  Marine Ways to 42'  Bottom  Repairs  883-2535  Box 7 - Garden  Bay, B.C.  NURSERY  ROOFING ANP  FLOORING  ALL TYPES OF ROOFING APPLIED  AND REPAIRED  All Work Guaranteed  Complete. Home Renovotions and Repairs  COASTLINE SERVICES  Phone 885-2021  Box 798 Sechelt, B.C. ^  CALL STAN  HILSTAD  about your  ROOFING AND FLOORING NEEDS  iPhone 886-2923  Gower Point Road.  MACK'S NURSERY - Roberts Creek  FURNACES  PARKINSON'S HEATING LTD.  GIBSONS   JESSO 01LRJRNACES_  No down payment - Bank interest  Ten years to Day  For free estimate���Call 886-2728  Complete line of appliances  Landscaping - Shrubs -" FruiFTrees - Fertilizer  Berry Plants - Bedding Plants - Peat Moss  Fully Licensed PesticideSprgyjnq for    .  Landscaping and Trees  Sunshine Coast Hwy. - Ph. 886-26847  OPTOMETRIST  ^HtMhffiY-CtEAN+NC  AUTOMOTIVE UNDERCOATING  -STEAM' CLEANING  .  COMPLETE CAR -CLEAN-UP  SIMONIZING  Esslemont Equipment Services  ^7     ^Pfrohe -886-2784'   . .v.��� .*,  No Mess Vacuum Cleaning , ~  OIL STOVES, FURNACES/AN0 HEATERS  CLEANED AND REPAIRED: ^       ...^  All WorK,Guaranteed  COASTLINE SERVICES  Complete Home Renovations and R��pairs  Phone-885^024        ���^���  Box 798. Sechelt, B.C.  HAIRDRESSERS  -AHN'S-COfFfUfcES^  in the Bal Block  .     Nex? to Jhe Co-op Store  Gibsons    .- "���* :        886-2322  SECHELT BEAUTY SALON  Dianne . Allen, Proprietor  FRANK E. DECKER, OPTOMETRIST  Fal Block"^Gibs6n*  Every Wednesday  886-2248 '  PLUMBING AND  HEATING   PLUMBING. HEATING & HOT  WATER HEATING      .  AIT Makes - All Work Guaranteed  COASTLINE SERVICES  Phone 885-2021  Box 798      "  ' Sechelt, B.C.  SEWING MACHINES  SE  UN^tTnT  EWING  RVICE���  Bernina & Omega  Sales, Parts, Service  FREE HOME DEMONSTRATION  REPAH^V\ND-SERVIGE-ON-ALL-MAKE5  Mrs. Mona Havies - 885-9740  SPORTING GOODS       """  CLIFF'S BOATS  & ACCESSORIES LTD.  Fishing iSupplies - Boats new and  Large &7Small"  Used^  885-9832  SecheH  SURVEYORS  Expert .Hair Styling  SIASJDE7PLUMBINQ  ,..,.. 1���Gibsons .,-'...,.;,���.:  ROY & WAGENAAR  B.C- Land Surveyor* ���  Marine Building ���-.. Porpoise Bay  Sechelt, B.C.  885-2332 or ZEnith 6430  -<*-y-  TIRES  coupons  arrived from Saskatoon   Saskatchewan, !:ident^^^J^^a^^Ileen^B^  stetlt, who recd'gftized her molher',s writ-  -Bpx-*43i_,; Gi bsons, ...B, C.  CONTRACTORS  Hairdressing ih the Hospital for the  .month of February was very busy with  three volunteers Mrs. Muriel Eggans,  Mrs. Lily Dunlop and Mrs.. Kay Middle-  Tstcadtr��� working "207hours���irf 3-weelcs.���7  ,.   The Board of Trustees requested help  BANKS���  ROYAL BANK OF CANADA  SECHELT BRANCH���Phono 885-2201  GIBSONS BRANCH���Phone 886-2201  COAST BACKHOE & TRUCKING  LTD. "     r  Cowrie St.,  Sechelt, B.C_y  Phone  885-2818  HOURS:  Fill, Cement-Gravel, Drain Rock, etc  Box 89, Madeira Pork  Phone 883-2274  GIBSONS PENTECOSTAL  Highway and Martin Road  " Sunday-School;: 9:45;a,m.  Sunday Services; 1 1 a.m,; 7 p.m,  Wednesday: Bible and Prayer 7:30 p,m,  '"Friday:'YoutrVService���7:30 p,m7"   '  PASTOR: GERRY FOSTER  Phone:  886-7107 ,  PENDER HARBOUR  FUU GOSPEL  fmERNACLE  SMNPAY SCHOOIrAND BIBLE CtASS���  9,45 A.M.  CHURCH SERVICE���11 i00 A.M.  Pastor Rov. Walter S. Ackroyd  Madeira Park ��� 883-2374  Sechelt: Tues.-Thurs. 10 a.m.-3 p.m.  Fri. TO 'am-6' p.m.; Sat. 10 a;m;-3 p.m.  ,v     Gibsons; Mon.-rThUrs, ,10 a,m.-3 p.m,  Fri. 10 a.m.-6 p.m.  APPLIANCE  REPAIRS  Guaranteed' Repairs Fast Sorvico  *���": WAS'FlERS 7'DRYERS''7'-iV\KiGES"' !"r'^'  RADIO - TELEVISION - STEREO  TRAIL BAY ENTERPRISES  ^HkkoBorj\BM  Carry lnA:arry out sorvlco,on small appllancos,  tpdstors, Irons, trypans., portable heaters, hair  ���   ���dryars,���miX: masters, .ypcuums.eto, ;������:,^,,:,,:.  .BLASTING _.-__   L & H SWANSON LTD,  READY-MIX CONCRETE  Sand and Gravel - BackHoes  Ditching - Excavations  ��� ,. .QRF,ICE;ylN^BENNER;.BLOCK  885-9666,  Box  172, Sechelt, B.C.  PNONE -885-9550  RON'S CONTRACTING  -*    ^Clearing - Excavations - Road Building  QTqdlng - Fill - JRj?9.d:GrqyeU_Crush'od Rock"  *���     Phones Sochelt 885-9550  ��� Land Clearing - Ropd.BMilcling  Tree Topping - Selective Logging  HEATING & SHEET METAL  OIL FURNACES, STOVES AND HEATERS  All makes Vacuumed,.Cleaned and Repaired   ���--:��� ���All-Work-Guaranteed ,  Plumbing ��� Pipefirting - -Steamfitting  Hot Woter Heating - Pipe Lagging  FREE ESTIMATES  Phone -886-7017 01 886*2848"  COASTAL TIRES  Sunshine Coast Highway  Box 13, Gibsons, B.C. - Phone 886-2700  Repairs - Alterations - Nevy Installations  LAURIE'S  PLUMBING  &   HEATING  LTD.  ii#*��it**  SUNSHINrCOAST  GOSPEL CHURCH  ^y^donprniniatlonal)���.^*.^  Sunday School 1��� I0s00 a.m.  Church Sorvlco ��� 111 15 a.m.  Eyonlnq Sorvlco 7>30 p.m.  PASTOR REV. S. CASSELLS*'  Pavli Boy'R^a^aTia ArhulMI"  ;��"l>��ooklTMTfi:ffipiH!  CONTROLLED BLASTING  .  ALLTvYORKilNSyRED....  FREE ESflMATfcb  FRED DONLEY  Poridoirj^arbouir^  WATER SURVEY SERYICES  For Expert Blasting  "-"^TREE^ESTn/YWTES--^-^  Phono 885-2304 L. C. Emerson  If N�� AnaworLoaypMosBaaoat ���.-<������  883-2763 or 886-7377  ^'���RiRTrlT'^QfKolfrB-.Gr  '"Unf*",'"*^'''' ",v^ ^' "tihT * '!7'r"i 1V1''' 'f 'H -h-1 r fc !���*���������������*���*�������������������>���  5!i?.wJwUt4r''WVlltl|IM'lt^ltfw!'w  Tho United Church of Canada  SpRVfCBS,  51. Mrt'�� United Church �� Pavli Day  Sunday Sarvlcos ��?i 30 a,m,  ,   ,,    Roberts Crook United      .,    ,,   ���_������ Sunday. SorvJ.gos^j 30,p.m.._ _ _. ���  ' Gibsons United Church  '���' ' Sunday Servicer-11 s 19 a.m.  Port Mellon United  Sunday Sorvlco*" 7i30 p.m'   j_J2rjd^ancl 4|h Sunclayu)     -  "'" "' Ministry  Rov,. 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Sunslilna Coaht ond li.|ninli.  -��� CONVkNTIONAL,- MODULAR AND PREFAB  ^A.4^���^~;WblHovo,A.Thousand ldoa'�����  Our Pilco* Aro Compalltlvo  Phono YaiKouyor 602-3642  .'WJfft (Hi>WMrt��HUs*M��t'��^  Writ* Por 676 - Secholt, P.C,  TRICON PEYELOPMENTS LTD.  CUSTpM HOMES - rRE-FAD HOMES  , Hloh Quollty , ,, RoawnabloPrlcoi      <  Puy a PackoQo qnd eroct |t yours��|f# or oat  ��� -our professional holp*  ���^~*.f,.���  GARDEN DAY, 0,C. - Phon< Cyei, 883.2723  PETE DUBOIS  Telephone 883-2417  ,R.ijO'rM��l.o^  DISPOSAL SERVICES  SUNSHIN^^AS? DISPOSAL  SERYIPES LTD.  PORT MELLON to OLG'S COVE  ���:..L��-4^^|v,|,.a86^93a-5��ra85-9973r-  Call Us For Your Disposal Noqds,  Whon RonoYQlIno Or Spring Gleaning.  * ' ������ - ** Containers AYallabla;"'-''-     ,.;i-.  MafUnti^^#..l��iTll.*ir.l^Tk'lll j3Eihi...iiiii��., mn ^  ^nh.4wwN'V,^n'��i44i.  T_'ir''jirrv:_7_.  ACTON:r^CTRIC-LTP;-.--;   Rasldontlol - IndustrlplandMnrlrip Wlrlnti ,"  ���    Electric HeatV��L|no Work   Phono 886-7244  '���'���r7~jir*~7~T~���y���~~���~~ ~"  Roiidcntial -Commercial - lndi|��trlol,  SIM ELECTRIC LTD.  ^ .Goy't Cortlflcd Eloctrlclona  Phono Pqy,or EYO.885r2062 ;  JIM McKENZIE  ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR .  Residential Wiring and Major  , Appliance ��� Ropairs�� ,..,   PHONE .885-9978   Box 387, Sechelt, B.C.  fiwtmwB uiwupmi  TUEL7  :F��  ���ANADIAN-'-fT-ROPANlTr"^  7,GAS,,cVOHVLTD' '.'     ,'  i 7   i  ���        . ��� i  Serving the Sun&l.lno Coatt with rollablo'ond  oconomlcal Coaklno^ Hqatlno ond Hot Water*  ���     , FREB ESTIMATES    7  -*-: '"'������ Phono1 "885-2360':"i  >yjiorLo^aj)^^ijixi^Mfi^  COASTLINE SERVICES  Phone 885-2021  Box 798 Secholt, B.C.  HALL SHEET M^TAL  Pomestic - Commercial - Industrial  Telephone 885-9606  Box 164, Sechelt, B.C.  ������ug1;"1" .i���-,������������;���������.������-.. - ������ .^���������.  OIL FIRED -WARM-AIR-HEATING  OIL FIRED WATER HEATERS   "  ...,    ,   Nothlna Down r-. .10 Years To Pay  Light Plumblno j ;  Epy. Blanche,         Madqifa, Poffc  883-2401 883-2778  IRONWORKS ;,-  PENINSULA ORNAMENTAL  IRON WORKS  WROUGHT IRON RAILINGS  AND MISCELLANEOUS ORNAMENTAL  IRON WORK  Phono 886-7029,- 886.7056 - 886-7220  T : TRTnTESTIMATES-1 -  Govt. Certified Plumber   ~   24 Hour Service  Phone 886^2406  ^-GENERAL^DELIVERY^-SECHELTr-B.C.-���*--  PENINSULA PLUMBING LTD.  Sales and Service - 886-9533  Eyerything   for  the   Do-11-Youirsejfer;!_  Also Paints and Heating Supplies  Free Estimates,  Port Mellon to Pender  .....Jack. Marshall,f������..<Jack�� Macleod�����  886-9628  vl 885r2831   " PENDER HARBbUr        ^  PLUMBING & HEATING  SALES AND SERVICE*  All Brands Available  Monday to Saturday 8:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.irt. l'  Friday evening by appointment only;  SECHELT TOWING & SALVAGE  LTD.  Heavy Equipment Moving & Log Towing  L. HIGGS   ���""' '^^'t'|^na",''885^94i5"t,'i*"e^,":  TRANSFER  'jfi^mt^t^m* ��,*(t*^l*-J*v!'i,^!^�����,  OE^WRAY'StRANSFER  PLUMBING ��� HYDRONIC HEATING  NEW WORK and SERVICE WORK  Gov't,. CJorl If led Plumber,  Phono 883-2720  Uu* 63                             M��dolra Park, U.C.  _ ^   RENTALS  JANITOR SERVICE  Wolcpmo to The Floorshlne Coast  unrn nn   17*p-r"-iT~"'rrr"frr"i--n i rn-nn m ijiinr.l.ixcx ]" irr in---r-i--i-  HOWE SOUND  JANITOR SERYICE  'Spoclollsts In, Cleaning - Floor Wa��lng  ( , Spray Dulling - Window Cleaning  RUG SHAMPOOING  Phono 886-7131 - Gibsons, B.C.  JOHNSON'S  *i��ww^>w��^Bt��s!^i|W'i^^m��-*��mj��H**AA  IHJikDING MAINTENANC*  ,  Speclalixlng Ini ^  Paper llnnalng, lr\tqrior h Exterior dowraUng,  Rug Cleaning. All typoa of Building  ........... . Malnlonanco, floor lrv>ta||at|on. '  Window Cleqnlng.  PHONR 888-971S AFTER 4 P.M.  1 Pox 642 -Sechelt, B.C.  MACHINE SHOP  >���>4^KMtJ��'I��Wfl'(W��(t*l��l'y-fl>;(M����<"  ' At tho Slfjn ot tho Chtyron  HILL'S MACHINE SHOP  &*~M A Rl N f*m& ERYvl C E*JLTD<m-��  Moehfne,,t^op'--��ArearidiActy��Woldtnfl  Steal Fabricating ��� Morlno' Wnyi  Automoilvo and Morlno Repaid  ���;:-^"'^^tantfard~Ma'rth0-H5t��tiofli^^^  Phon. 006-7721    . Re. B06-99^, 886-932��  Use theso spaces to        '  "K   roach nearly 10,000 poop!��  A. C. Rentals  ���<- -Tools-qncl-Eciulpmont"  iiwfciWwi^.i>ii|W��rtlWWHiiytt  Gordon Bay, B.C.      Pjipho 883n2585   ."��� "RENT iOt1*^   ,.,,,,,.���.,,77.:,77::77;at'D(iivl��':Bdy *"       ,..,,,,,   "Wq Rent or Sell AlmoM Everything"    ,  Typowrltoru. Ughllng PlonU - Taloylhloiia  Roto TIHopv'i Cement Mixers - Lawn Rakes  Mochanlc'ji Tools  PHONE B85.?.84B ��� 24 HOUR SERVICE  <������.-^AFTEIV HOURS 080-2151   ���  RETAIL STORES  .-,-  C 6\ S HAR,DWARR  SeCHELT, B.C.  APPLIANCES - HARDWARE  HOME FURNISHINGS  Phono 885-9713  r*��  ��^q^i��f��*��wni^^j!ss��ii  !��t* ti��*     n, *    ,  y���;-fHE-TOQGERY�����;-��-���  Ladles' and Children's Woorr '  Open six days o yywk  ^ouiiohold Moving, Packing, Storage  Pocking Materials For Sale  Member of Allied Van Llne��>  -Canada's Nor-I-Movers-  Phonc 886-2664, R.R. 1, Gibsons, B.C  mm ��� mil f mi iWn���* |i "��� �����ni,���u ��� I nn ....I..I...H ��� I ���   .inw mf|  SUNSHINE TRANSPORT 7  WAREHOUSES        ���"   Gibsons .886-2172  1    DAILY SERVICE FROM'VANCOUVER  SERVING THESECHELT PENINSULA  Furniture to anywhere In Canada,  General Freight, Low-bod and heavy hauling  ���tummm  T.V. and RADIO  T.V. ANTENNAS  SALES, SERVICE AND INSTALLATION  ,.^������m���^ ���AII-WQrk-"Guaran|ooa~ ,. ,,.���,  COASTLINE SERVICES  Phono 885-2021    .��-..  Dok 790 ,   ,        ,,���,,, Socholt, B.C.     .  SUNSHINE COAST T,Y, SALES  & SERVICE LTD.  ..,.,-.--.Ar>MIRAb��-wM������F.LEGTROHOME- ���*���-"   , and,, ZENITH, DEALERS  Gordon Oliver   -    Ed Nicholson  ,,  Jn Tho Hoorl'Of Downtown Socholt  Box 799, Secholt   ^77, .885-9816  CLOSED, ON MONDAYS    -  TYPEWRITER REPAIRS  .TJJefiWMTK^^   AocnV for Hqifnos Typ^wrltars 7 '  'PHONE 886-2728  Cowrio Stroot, SochoH  Lpertdor Harbour "883-2513  -  ^HARBOU^ SUPPLIES  Eloctrlcal  ��  Plumbing "-��� Appliances,  , .,' .TYa.n.Furniture and Carpets ,������,  P.O. Box 158 /v|adolra>ark, Hwy 101  _____i___s at �����Fr'arKlarPo'nln3Ula;:,;-.;77-';,,;,,;  , u.  inortia& ih t-o,  s#feM��***^��W*W^  psp��#��wsasfc��^fi��^  r;4j^^i.u-.iuw.iniu���iuuniwiimnMpn��iiwnwiwi  UPHOLSTERY  < ft  m  V     I  *m tmm>*.mm/.mr*im  i ** i / ,^'i' Jl�� * i  ���nl��wt��fH1HHt��|w|.  "BEI^IR CUSTOMTUPHOI^TteRTM  "AND DRAPERIES" * "T '": '    ;  ReuphoiJterlna * Rostylirifl - C6mW*t�� Proptri 7,,' "  '���.���'   Sorvlco t Samples thovYh In rh�� homd " 7 "y '*  ''"'''' Phono * 886-2050' offer ft.Vp^pni'i  ���,��., . .4,' *.V.     I -i ,,.  IH    I,     If        I.     ,,  /  iwwmwiifti^^iiiw^ifejiiiwi^^  I.*.!  #'��� "l I  ���yyr  i    .*  ,   ��� ,;��.,i,  i' ' '  1    V  yf.,d ,4,1  ',   '<    f   ,  "I '_*_lm.,- *l ��� ***!  *,   1     ' t     1  ���;,1 -I   ����K4W4��i.��������.��  !���,,      . �� ( , f , .'-..ft iUff. \
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Sechelt Times Ltd. ^
ot Sechelt, B.C.
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WANTED-    small     Waterfront'
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"for   Rem i -retired   ■ couple." No
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for the 'riijhl  properly.  Replies
to   Mrs.   Hammond, Vir,2.t-W»'.st
"'nriT"A.v"c'."Va'iii-(iii\-ei-. !"i, B.C.
U2lir. 17.
HELP WANTED (Continued)    fOR RENT (Continued)
FOR SALflTtXonfmued)
...   is   pleased   to   sponsor   this
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extends Best Wishes to the happy
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of Circulations
Sept. .30, 1971   -
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 Loca4-Areo ______—$6.00 yc
WRAY—Peggy and John ane
pleased to announce the.birth...
of Rita May, 7 lbs.4 $ ozs.
March 4th. 1972, at SI. Mary's
Hospital, Sechelt. A sister for
Billy. "       838G-16
Ff>f. SALE--Egmnnt. 2' bedroom home nn Hf> ft. waterfront, -'.-j down on F.P $24,700.
Mrs. Lance Larson, Egmont,
B.C. Ph. II2-883-2770.    838-1-1!!
._.._._ ____TRUST
Sunshine     Coast     Waterfront
and" Recreation  Properties
To Buy  or Sell your Cottage,
Lot    or   Acreage,   Contact    A
* . Specialist." - .
ALCOHOLICS Anonymous —
Meetings 8:30 p.m., Thursdays, Wilson Creek Community Hall. Ph. 885-9327. 886-
2343N 4Q79-tffi
WISH   to   contact   Latter   Day
Saints members.  Phone 885-
2175  or   886-2MU. (»7fi'<i-'tfn
Don  Tait
Peiuier   Harbour   8fi3-22!M   or
4 488 Ma:.n .St., Vancouver. B.C.
AKBOiilTE or  Formica counl-
PARK   attendants for Porpoise.
Rn\" Park. April 1^ 10 Sept.
1.7 Must provide own, accnm-
morlat ions. For further information, phone or . wri'o O. N.
.Iohansen, Mount ' Seymour N
Paik,'  Nortel    V'aiic-oiiver,   B.C.
w :t>rn:—;-— ~—nr
SMALL   cat   driver,   part-time
wantnd.   Penrler   nr   Secliell
area    Ph. -385-2132. 8410-16
_ 0^        _  i^_     	
Heavy  Duty  mechanics, union
wages and benefits. Transport-
-ation daily  from  Port—Mel-km-
1o camp and return. Interested
parties   call   Vancouver   Radio
Telephone loP McNab Creek or
.write   Box    110,   Port   Mellon,
B.C.    All    enquires    attention
—_ .Koith  Suyaft, __
.SEMvTA    iVk
m^etmg. /Ph.
Hall.    $5 .per-.
88.5-9437". '
33   FT    Troll fV, ■R.Jir.ansa._F.or ,.
sale,   $2500.
Ph.   883-2322.'
■WUlNG-E-R--was-he-r-.■ like-i>ewn7
$50.   Ph.   886-7581.       8371-10
-PljA.Cl7 A-our-order   now   lor
AGE    for    rent,    wirfter
s   until   June.   AL -Halt-
Bay.    Ph.    885-9534.
 -   - : 8347 >?-
30 fi. ex fish-boat, new cabin.
Cheap   as   is7$89!\.  Ph.   883-
-    -    5-
CUB    uniform,   complete   and
as  new,  $12.  886-7055.
ApVil I delivery.' Honeybees
package or .. Nucleus, "Queens
886,2762.      ,    ' .   '    8010-17
"rnrtr MitrrTCrrrrr 0/B7 7^ if.-p.
with   lank.   Near   new   con
dition, -$275.   Ph.
QLII'IT family of three require
fiiri'1. house, cottage or apartment, Gibsons area for month
o. July. Box- -84I2. c/o Box
;tlii.   The  Times,  Sechelt.
•'     8412-18
2 BKDROOM home__in_ or_ near
" Sicheh wanted/ PhT 885-9752
YOUNG  touple with  2  infant
children urgently requires 2
'bedroom- reme, preferably fur-
rii.-ihe-cl,   by  end' of March.  Ph...
885 7)094.
22 FT. CLllnetter with nr with*
out   A   licence.   Good   condition.   Ph.  883-2336..      8350-tfn
14 FT.-clinker'built boat with
9    H.P.    B&S   ,and    clutch.
What   offers.   Ph.  883-2789.
CARS & TRUCKS   ■*■    *
1955 FARGD_^.._iori_ Eick-up,
good motor, body fair. Asking p.9._ Ph, 883-^680 Silver
Sands Resort, 3 miles South of
Madeira Park. 8375-16
ONE girrs.bikt7 one boy's hike
and 1 Iricvcle. Large Realty
ironer, git-down model. $85. 6-
double Chinchilla cages. 1,000
ft. 1 y. inch plastic water pipe
150   lb.   W.P.,   also   200   ft.   of
2   inch    100 -lb: W:P.   brand
new. Concrete wash-tub and
stand. Large oil space heater,
$15.   Ph.  886-2861.   ■      8383-16
WHAT is the secret of Jalna?
Did a house, called Jalna
really exist? Who .was Mazo ■
de la Roche and why did she
hide her origins'? Find out-by
reading "The Secret of. Jalna"
$L95 "al News Books"' &  Stat-""
ionery, SechelK (Times office)
Ph.  885-9654.       '        •"'B.M-Tir
Paint- Fibreglass—Rope—
Ca i-rv as-^Boa t  II ar d w a re
Compressed  air  service
(1971) LTD.
Phone 886-9303,  Gibsons.  B.C.
FENDER deluxe Reverb Am-
plifer," excellent -condition,
$135. Vox built Wah Wah
pedal as new, $25. Companion
Fuzz box as new, $15. ■ Portable Cassette player, battery or
AC, as new. $25. Ph. 885-9654.
~TF   IT'S   suits—H's    Morgans.
885-9330, Sechelt, B.C.
"       *     ~~ ~~8893T-ffn
hide-a-bed   required   in
condition.     Ph.     885-
Outside Local Area _ $7.00 yr.
U.S.A. $9.00 yr.
-Ovetsoat    ■ $10.00   yr~
ROBEP.TS CREEK: I ac. with
stream, nicely wooded. South
slope.  Terms  on  $5,000.
GOWER POINT area: Charming - little    doll's   house    for
those who want to live by the
sea: 2 bdrms---living room with
er   tops.   Professionally   ap^~
plied    and    guaranteed.     Will
bring   colour   samples   to   vou.
Bill—883-2406. 7936-tfn-
Building - All types.
Roofing  -  Duaroid  shingles  -
*   shakes - aluminum.
rtOOM   .'.nd    board    and    care
a7i!.   for   senior   citizens   at
Wi-.l    11.1 ven     Rest    Home    at
rowel!   Riiver,   7190   Hunting-:
(I, i-   Phone  485-4518.
__   8341 rl 7
If  you  are  browned  off,
try me.
WANTED TO ttUY        , -
Special Citizens,
Local   Area -
By Carrier
Copyright and/or pfdpertv "rights
-Ruhsidt-.; in all display advertising
and other material appearing -in
this edition of the Sechelt Peninsula Times. Permission to reproduce wholly or in part and in
any form whatsoever, particularly
by a photographic or offset process
In a publication, must be obtained
in writing from the publisher. Any
unauthorized reproduction wHI be
subject     to     recourse     in     law.
"In the event of a typographical
error advertising goods or services,
at a wrong price, goods or services
may not be sold and the difference
charged to the newspaper. Advertising is merely an offer to sell,
and may be withdrawn" at any
fireplace, dining room, all
electric kitchen. Part bsmt.,
A-oil heat. MaTclilng garage.
Quaint private garden. The
_prig£ is- right—enquire   now!"
GIBSONS;.. Pariially: cleared
lot well situated near schools
41"(1    "'"T*    <~>,ilv   .$^,500.
Res.  &
Painting -  Int., Ext.
"TToncTetc   -   basements   -   side-
walks - sea & retaining walls.
~Flaur~T co vering"""--insul atio n.
24 x 60 - 1440 sq. ft. of gracious living. 2 bedrooms, 2
baths, large family room, large
closets and cupboards. Built jn
China Cabinet." Furnish to
your own personal tastes. This
basic unit  on  frhe-
'is  the best
Peninsula.   '
1955    G.M.C7..-piek-up.    Good
cfm^Ut-irnf.  883-2339.        8364-17
1966 DODGE    Comet,     good
condition     and     ^ood    tires.
$400.    Alter   5:30   p.m.   phone
883-245:-!. 8381-16
1960 FORD panrrm "gnnd-rnn--
chtion.   Asking   $375!    No.   3
Duplex, Sunshine Coast Trailer Park'or Phone 886-2310.
p    7846-tfn
1967 CHEV 4  door,  off white,
$895   plus   tax.   Phone   886-'
9369  or  886-9984. 8402-1.6
SIX 926 tires on Dayton rims,     VENDING machine route. Ph.
like   new,   $300.   Phone   883-^     886-7411   or  886-9882.
2691. 8408-16 8020-16
FIBREGLASS canoe,* 16 quart    PbninsuLv.   We  have 'pai'd  the        4  "wheel  drive-   A4   condit-
preasure cooker, sleel winch-    h^,,kid (o.-.^ nhara.a   p^l.l^i4!^^^■-^-io!^--*PholTe-"8-83■a'2&24   or   ©8*=
Phone. 336.1320
es, can1.1ng~ jarsi." Pir~BF5^'25Su7"
'      8363^J_7...
COMBINATION electric stove
    and   garbage   burner.   Used
double I'grry chargeg^^Ea^HTrg"1*
bricks   or   fireplace   materials.
Ph.   886-2737. 8370-16
fine home on your own foundation and be eligible .for Home
■Owners—Grantr—Our    lowest_
price,   $15,500   cash.   May   be
.fuiancedL—Nji ..agents,. Ph^_885-
2321  alter 6 p.m.
2153 after 6 p.m.
^QIO^IAIAATNT 4 door sedan,
---"V^8    automatic,    radio    and
stereo   tape-deck.   Good   tires,
-top eond-it4anT-P4a„_885--99JZ&. _
 , - : 8343-17
Semi-waterfront family home,
just steps to park and good
beach. 4 bdrms. spacious living
dining room. Stone fireplace,
corridor kitchen, large finished family or rec. room, double
plumbing. Garage. Complete
privacy in rear courtyard,
lovely view. Black top drive.
The easy terms and low price
will surprise you. Try us an
see. '*
Side   by  side   duplex  on   fine
level   view • lot.   Each   unit
Advertising is accepted on the
condition that, in the event of
typographical error, that portion
, of the advertising space occupied
f by the erroneous item, together
with reasonable allowance for sig-
^ nature,  will not  be charge"H~fbr,
,    b'_.  the balance of the advertisement will  be paid for at the ap-
-w    pirccible rare.
A composition charge is made for
'    advertising accepted and put Into
production,   but   cancelled   befon
living -4 dining room, bath. •
Short walk to shops etc. Terms
on  $1'9,000: "  ' "'
IY YOU need a pre-fab erected or a conventional home
built, call John, he is fast,
efficient and precise. Phone
885-2315 or 885-9025, leave a
message or phone  number.
BUSINESS   machine  repair  &
servira. 'Phone'"886^2726T""—
PARK  attendant  for  Princess
—LouisEi—Eaclt,—A.pri.1 L5_-tQ~
LOG   barge   or  scow   with   or
without power. Ph. 886-7277.
1 8334-17
FOR SALE -  13'. Esta trailer,
wired,   propane,    first   clasT;
condition,   $675.   Ph.   886-9301.
J.955   G.M.C.   pick-up,   $225   or
best  offer.   Ph.   883-2336.
FOR   sale   -   Toy   Poodles,   8
weeks up, 1  black,  1 white,
^-siLfer. Ph. 005-9f9TFr--8406rI-8
T2   ft.   fibre-
10 WEEK old puppies, free to_
kind   homes.  Ph:  885-2080. v
Sept. 15. Accommodation provided. Prefer person ' with
own boat. For further infor-
"mation phone or write O. N.
Johansen, Mount Seymour
Park,   North  Vane,  B.C.   929-
-ssrr: ' .  Te
ABYSSINIAN    male    cat,,.   2
years  old,   Roberts   Creek
.vicinity Joe Rd. Very nervous
animal.   Reward.   Phone   886-
2377,   or   886-2737. 8378-16.
Gibsons, B.C.
Phone  886-2000
pur.iicaiion. 'change from original
j copy when proof is submitted to
customer is also chargeable at an
hourly rate for the additional
frEM-BER- ~
PARK   attendant  for   S-altfery
Bay" Camp site, April   15  to
Sept.    15.   Must . provide   own
flpcnmmnrlatinn., Eor further™
glass or aluminum car top
and small O.B., 4 - 9 H.P. in
good   condition.   Ph.   886-7793.
Iff  BOAT with 55  h.p.  Evin-
rude   arfcl   extras.   TVIusl   Be"
seen, .very   reasonable.   Phone
; 886-7219. ,      8009-17
24' CABIN cruiser, cedar hull,
grey marine, 70 H.P., Stove,
sink,  bathroom,  complete arid
ready   to   go.   Some   painting
. feq.,   must  sell.  485-6396.	
1969   AMC   Javelin   SST   343.
Coppertone with black vinyl
top.   24,000   miles.   886-9365.
1969   FORD   XL,   stereo   tape
built   in... sell "or   trade   for
small  car.   Ph.   886-9508.
In Pender Harbour approx. 8 acres. 3 BR well finishedwaterfront
home with basement.  Plus duplex with 2 one BR fully furnished .
-etecrricheated- units.  This-would   make an ---excel lent  site  for -a—
motel, marina or possible subdivision. Plenty ot room here to add-
several rental units quickly. Full price $120,000 with terms.
$14,700 FULL PRICE 7'
Near  Madeira   Park—4   BR   home  on   large   view   lot.   Has  oil
furnace, balcony on2 sides. Immediate possession.
Beside Govt,  wharf.   Property  in  2  lots,  but owner soys sell  together for $26,500 with $13,000 down.
FURNISHED 1  bedroom modern, all electric house, Avai-
lable to May 31/ Ph. 885-9740.
"GTJOD—frriTkr" goat—for—sa-te-
Ready  to  freshen.   886-9645.
- 8391-16
CHJCKS—Paymaster R. 1. Red
, t Cross, white Leghorn^whitfi
riocfts. Ofdef "' earlyf. seria for
prices. Napier Hatchery 22470-
64th Ave,, R.R, 7, Langley,
B.C.  534-6268." ~
information phone or write O.
N. Johansen,  Mount Seymour
Park,   North   Vane.,  B.C.   929-
8016-15    3911. 16
ALMOST    V2    acre    of    good
building lot. oii„pajifi.cL_x£iad_
with polential sea view. Hydro, pXohe and possible well
site, Arlting $3900, cash. ' Ph.
885-9054. 8362-tfn
MR, ancl Mrs. J, A, L, Wiren
of  Prince  George,   B,C,   are
are   plear-cd   to  announce   the
- engagementv.'ftf (heir daughter   HOUSE: for: sale
Lee lo Mr, Barry Zylaruk, son        Gmnthqiris,     3
' of Mr, f.iul Mrs, Steven Zytar-
" ukof Edmontnn7 Weddingwill
he in Edmonlon April 1, 1972,
PERSON   required   to   act   as
of   Gibsons.   For   information,
call  836-2543. 8351-17
HALL for rent —Wilson Creek
•Community    Hall.    Contact
Mrs. Diane Anderson 885-2385.
GIBSONS    area    2    bedrpom
duplex, Adults only, no pels.
AM  olectriety. Phono  112-738-
8542 oves, 5 - 8 p.m,     8404,-17
by   owner;
Ige, kitchon, fireplace, auto oil
heat, carport sundeck, fenced
backyard, bequUtul view of
Howe Sound, F.P. $15,000. Ph,
880-2134. 8388-11$
.... ...— fh-	
WE WISH to oxproas our .sin-
core ..thanks und appreciation
lo all fi'lciulH, neighbors, and
fellow workci-H for iholr ox-
l-rcmn k I nrl ness to'"OUT"' belo VM
'son    Jo.soph     Scolt     Duncan
whlli? hu wiih «>..UI._.«n<Lfar.
HiH'h tluniglitrullnoHM and enro
il'lvon lo'hlH wife and children
before   unci   ul'lor   Iho   loss   of
mi.-  Hon . A .|ovlnK.,.mi(L,f!n- $32,000.,vy
ileiivocl .luiiibmul mul lather lo '      '
IiIm family Mother, Dud limi
HlHloiv • 8022-1(1
Wlti,..w.lr4h,lo.thank klncll'i'londn
and nol/ihbol'H nnd rolullvoH,
n.Yi)ipnlh,v   dui'lna   our   rouont..
ohh   nl'   huHbmul,   fatliur   and
HI-iuhIIhIIkm', .limn Plen-e IJIhIh,
ho   biMiulll'i'il   llUmW   h-lbuUm
20 viow acreq. Undeveloped,
lots, 885-9654Ior wrild Box
3107 Socholt,
,   , (iiMd-tfn,
FOll milt) by owiuii- 4,7 iKiron,
nncoi Sprlny und well wntoiv
Near   lliill'moon   Hay   School,
$in.U»0.  Pl.one  1111(1-211(11   i\i\ov
/y^ember of. the Multiple ,Listing Service,
DAVIS BAY , No, 2388
Half--acro-vlow lot  l'00'x220'-ovoTlook'lon~'Oconn~"or"OavlS'"Boy;	
Situated at end of qulof stroot. Nearly lovol, nico cholco of troos,
but  easy  to clear,  Only  $6,200,  Don .Haddon,  885-9504  ovos,
DAVIS BAY ■    ■■ '■•■■... Nq^AlJ,'
Nearly lovol lot ono block above hlohwoy, oasy to clear, walorll.no,
hydro and phono on road, Prlcorj al ^4,?,50 cor.li for quick sqlo,
Don Haddon, 885.9504»ovos„
Box 7.69
iKTAi^HB'-'wrMi -885-2241
See us at our Office across from theSqchelt Bos'Depb'f
2 excellent parcels of farm land, City water, paved road, 5 acres
With  fruit  trees,  mostly cleared,   $10,500, Call  Stan Anderson
'"'"•'   i •  v      "' "'"885-2385 or JackAndorson' 88'5.2053r:r'-v'  ' ™ T""
2 side by side view lots of approx.   I Vz acres each. Only a few
hundred ft. from Marina. Each priced at $10,000—Terms.
D.L. 3678, with a considerable amount of merchantable timber,
has approx. 55TT fK  ot waterfront on fflixol  Lal^e/road  &. creeE"
through property and a(n old house which could be rebuilt; Full
price- $50,000 with $25,000 down.
10 Motel units (all "e1ecfr'ic);i^8-w1th cooking fdcilltfe^'office-wrth
living  quarters for  manager.  Over 4  acres,  approx.   800  ft.  on
small   lake,   approx.   200   ft.   on, Ruby   Lake   with   floats   and
 launching, romp), full price $85;00P'Wiith $25,000 down;———
Several lots available.
10 acres with ^2x72 cement blpek bulldlna, Uand mostly cleared,
F.P. $22,000, Call Stan ""Ancle/son,' 885-2385 or 'Jack'Anderson,
'   .      885-2053.
bedrooms,   cament   foundation,   220   wiring,   paved   road   and
town water supply, Out buildings for livestock, F.P, $16,250,00,
. Call Stan Anderson, .885-2385 or Jack Anderson, 885-2053,
Jorlo HIiiIh, Mr, nnd Mrn, 1', .1,       mmuhki rtiUm, will (liii^rnTr"
(.lenpotio) Wntlonr iiiicl Fnmlly    quoto on- your dniwIniiH,  Ph,
H370-IU -1)0(1-7121.. ,   • 11021-III
Box 799, Gibsons,  B.C.
LTD." ■'"•""' -
Van, Direct:
"Dovoloplncj with iho'Sunshlna. Coast"
«io bos| bpaah |nrqroa, qpsy yvqlklnQ cllstanco to shops,
try,  F.P.  $16,800.  Pay only $100 month at  8%.
ago, 80' waterfront, Sec this today! Only $0900.00.
us? -winssiiir
' "'■-. Larrle Girard: m-7^4 Vr fl&6^?^ror"   '
'     '" Phil Sljf!.B^?4f br;886.7144. ." '
RfDRdOFFS ROAP-EUREKA AVE.                                  . No, 2400-
HOME HUNTERS—LOOK: Noar now 2 bodroom homo, lOSOsq."
fool, Elcqlrlc hoot, Flroplaco, altochod namO". VIqw of Sarrjonts
Boy, Ranpo,  Frldoo, & Deep Froozo wllh salvV'Pwnor asking -
$22,000, must move, & will Union to offors on prlco.& torms, Lot
HOUSE ANDoARN  No, 2?6fl
Located on Nor'Wost Roy Road, 9 acrns ol flood land, Suitable
full  prlco  of   $10,500,00  cabh  of lor  roqulrod - for   flnaluallon   -
cipprox, April 1st,  1972, For Inupoctlon call Hob Konl, B85-9461
if mn"i<i w .■•"»K*.#(,fl!rtT i >r"<9t'
GOWER POINT          ^      - •   - yiyzm
Comfnrtoblo 2 bedroom homo on"V. ncra of vlow hnndy to Glbsoni,,"
Largo living  room  wllh coramlc  llio  flroplaco,  brlrihl   kflchon,'
hoftomonl and onto, oil lurnoco, AI''io wcond 2 bnrlroom coltoao
for   rovonuo,   Full  prlco   $35,000,00   |ormi,   C,   R,   Gathorcofo,
8867015, " • ■ ■      '
GARPEN PAY VIEW LOTS          No,2479
klo'ol vlow loin approx, 05'xl 30' nvorlnoklna Pondor Harbour.
Powor and walor, on povod rpod, Ensy.accovk-r—unobslruclod vlow.
Full Prlco $6500,00 ncicK. John Uroon. 803.2794,
GOWER POINT ' No, 2463
Gulf vlow lots with Southorly rtxpoMiro. rcrjlonol Wotor, minutes
. walk lo ..-.ml Ion of public bqach, Over .1800', loin, |or. $3250,00,,
Jack Worn, 886-2601 ovon,
Lorgo |o( wllh  101' tjoop >f<q(or fron,tngo;, prlyqlP wliorl  (ofony
plumbllVl,   $30,000,00 ennh,  lurnUhod, Jock Warn,   006-2681
,    OVfl», ;  .-.--- 1- -.- ■ ...„„.,,
>     U	
'ir»j«f*''Sii»'('iwif^i ^trt********.* t
..„  T DAYJ.S BAY	
Vlow   homoslto  72'x150'   lot   on  Arbutus  St,   Paved   road  and
municipal walor. Two blocks from beach and markets, All cloarod,
....,.   ,    '.   iv  , , .iprJack Andorsdn, 885-2053., , .„_ , ,„..,., .,
Two bedrooms,-850 sq,*!t. W/NV-carpets^new plbo, ancl hot water
hoot,'CoHacjti Is""Vo'ry woll'"Ih's'ulat'ocl;-'Qo,.!yIM.*?'ps"h.t° s|oro and Post
Office, Ideal rollromanl homo, no stops, flroplaco, F,P.
$18,500;00, Coll Slan Andorson, 885-2305
or Jack'Andorson, 885-2053.
,,'!':'' ' '» ■■iiii'wm'wi-iiininiMin ■ mm 9, >,■•■/,..■.   i ■.,.-.■...-, |    •■.. ,
'Vory   prlVQl'o,   Good   booch' accoss,   R-ll   zdnln'o,   Trollort.   oro
allowed, F.P. $3,500,00, Call Stan Anderson, 885-2305
or Jack Anderson, 885-2053,
with ^auna bath. On Highway 101 near Madeira Park, on approx,
4 acres with approx. 150 ft. waterfront. Full Price $35,000 with
■    $12,000 down.
Lot 19—75'—$15,500. Ruby Lake—103'—$14,000.
At Earl Cove Ferry Terminal, the best location on the Sunshine
Coast,--: Equipment raodrbuslness - With' long:-lease; $22i000"with--
$10,000 down,
- •• --MARINA-SITE-- -■-■ --	
Earl Cove—marina, motel or subdivision site adjoining forry
terminal. Approx. 51 acres with approx, 850 ft, waterfront,
1,300 ft. on Hwy. 101. Full price $75,000 with $30,000 down.
3   BR furnished  home on   largo  view  lot  approved  for  3   lot
 subdivision, $28,000 full price with terms,   	
-Gordon Boy—over -ono acrorDocpr sholtored moorafl07"Full"'prlco""
$26,000, with $13,000 down.
'""WriiaVo'lh'rlarciQsrtolccllon of Waiorfront Vlow Lots on tho
SunahlnoCoai.1, CALL US NOW for that Recreation or Rotlromont
|o|, Lon or Suzanne Van Egmond, 885-2241 or 085-9603,
Portly cleared with  nico 400 sq,   ft,   dwofllng on  It, for only
$10,000,00,'CALL*Suzanne or Lon Van Egmond,     ■
" ' —885^2241**or*885i9683.—,--:—•-^-t- —-
-. «im«wi»ee7(t«w»i)B»w»r
Loyoly modern 4 bodfoom li9.mo4 WW "hag carpet, dishwasher,
built-in Blovo, liowlno ro6m,YvorkRhon double carport, Morag'o'
galore. Only short walk 10 Rodrooff boach, tennis court, storo,
poM offlco All this far only $27,900, Soo this NOW. Si«arino
Van Romond, 885?2241,     ' '      ' ' *""i"
,,„.. _,„ ^^tAG00N7.R0AD._™....„^..„7,,.„.^..	
4 vory good bulldlna lots. Easy Walking -distance to school'and
storos at Madol/a" Park, Watch for our signs on llioso lots . . .
$6,000 each, with only $1,000 down.
A3 ACRES FARM'Type LAND.  " '    "
Approx. bOO It, waiorfront on lldal flats. Oldo'r log homo, Fairly
now   double   goraoo,   Fruit   troos,   Full   prlco   $40,000   wllh
.,. ,.-, .: -,,...-....,-.,■. -.-, ..,$20,000 down,-.-'.,'- .,,■     ■ -■•-..■'. .-I... ■
for 4 lot subdivision. Full prlco $36,000 wllh lorms.
On Hwy. 101, from Ing on 3 sides of P.H, Soconrbry 5ghoo|. Approx.
■ Box 128, Sechelt
. ■•,.
(E.&O.E.)     7   v   '
 , t.„.. ■',. < i,,»'. a.   i „'    j1.*'.' .
■Hfw»iii|» m^*6'9mifimmm'irif*'*m
Largo 1f»'wl pmiwiiy, 1,24 acrei PLUS summor coiiaao, $22,000
 F,P>J.,or-S«Aodorian.iia^23.a5Am&a013l  ,„...
frontoflo, trcei, good garden *alL $5,950,00 F,P, J,«ar*S,
, , „Andor$oiv.fl8^2305,.r 803-2053.   ,	
,7 WILSON CREEK, ■'    t     ;
•"YrMr awn Pork-on 5,C,' Highway,-Ono ncnV"321' frbnlbgp/coVnor'
, proporty, R2 lonnrl, $7,950, Torms.. J,.or S, Andori-on, 885.2053'
aubcllvlslon or mobile homo park, Full prlco $32,000 with $10,000
"""- -"■ - '-• "■■■-" "-':"" --down.        '■"-'- ■ •' ' """"•"-
A fow lots Mill availablo on this 30 lot subdlvlnlon, Priced from
Choice vlow lots on 64 lot subdivision,; Prices.'from7$4(Q0Q' to
.     P.OOO, Some cloarod ready for building.
GARDEN BAT"     -       ■
310 ft, wotorfront, oyor 3 acres on 2 separate parcels,1 Vory
,   lorgo hopio--6 (could bo   10) bodroomt—an 'oxcollont start  for
o Hulling lodge ami rouorl, Good boach. Iota of floats, $70,000
11,11 Pflco,1 good torms, Or house can bo purchased wllh 100 ft.'
,     waiorfront loi for $42,000...
—", \:     ll|„l,l,,,l,.it,a--^asr,.»^M»».^»^
&«- bfidr?J,m 8fi?, sfl-  H. model homo.n|oclrlc heat, Mono
",2&.fl^S,,ll,B cnrpotij-ihrouohouti'Pn'clHilc'o fioml-
VYQtorfront lo| oyorlooklng-Ponder hlarbour o'nrj'clos'p to store ond
mqrinQ- F"H Pdco $26,900 wllh $5,000 down.
N\m. a\\\w vlow(on(l watoVfronTlots In tho Pondor rWbPur area
,,   .,.,.(.
...,i'„ <. , rh°no,Ponder;Harlsour.883-2233. ^    t_ ;
t !»     »
I*   ,1 ���    ;.\  :l  V  FOR SALE (ConrirftiedT ~  ->'   HEALTHFOODS _ -  GRANOLA      7. lb 89c  Unprocessed Honey  lb 50c  -Woodward's QMJEashinnecL  FOR^Afct CContSniierjr-  JflJLSALE (Continued)  FOR SALE (Continued)  Wednesday,^Morch 15, 1972      The Peninsula Tirne3 _Tggge A-5  CHESTERFIELD    and1*   chair.  ""$35.   Ph." 885-9552. "   ^3.37-15  1  USED bathroom set (white).  One cabinet   with   built-in  _..^EVINRUDE    ���  19*7t   CLEANOUT  Peanut Buttei; 3 lb. for $1.60  GOOD FOOD STORE  Cowip Street' - Sechelr-  885-9063   v, '   8290-tfn  RUBBER   stamps   of   all   descriptions   may   be    obtained  at. The Timer,. Pljone 885-9654.  Quick service on all orders.  2 SINGLE beds complete. Ph.  886-2072. 8411-16  basin,  $85.   Ph.  883-2396.  8395-17  BEDROOM suite r-ontains large  bookcase, -bed,. ...jg_ drawer  dresser,Marge mirror, 4 drawer  chest. Items ih good condition,  n for , only $100. Excellent buy  Phone   886-9974.  -oO���hp-  18 hp.  C hp  5 hp  2  hp  72  4344.00  684.00  436.00  309.00  "192.00  71 Clean Out  .995.00  "\ ._. 519.00  329.00  229.00  149.00  UNBELIEVABLE   But   True���  L���at��� -F-h-e- -Times -Bookstore,^  Sechelt���See the new Olympic  Electric Adding Machine, \lust  $99.50. Limited number available. Ph. 885-9654.  LEGAL NOTICES  Used Motors  90 hp Johnson  50 hp Viking'  UNDERWOOD     typewriter-  standard   12"   carriage,   $40.  Webster   typewriter,   portable,  $40.   Ph.  685-2864. 8401-16  -��� 83.93-1 fi - 40:hp-Merc C/W  Controls        * .   .  40 hp '68 Evinrude  6 hp '68 Evinrude    6 hp '63 Evinrude  MERC 800 as is/with  controls    7  *  595.00  375.00  315.00  475.00  162.00  120.or  ,_-t___i  *>f*2****f   *    *'���'���>      7\'.'r'i''_.'J   ',��3  _&6*%3^..-_.~fii-ls*^A��Z&rJ&���.  PRIVATE SALE���IMMEDIATE POSSESSION!  "Georgia  Strait View Home", Selma Park  Approx.  2400 sq.  ft.  on 2 floors,  4 .bdrmjs,  2 bathrms,  2  fireplaces, W.W. carpeting, Igrge^rec. room. Also 24x30 outbuilding.  Clear Title: only   $10,500 dnjBwrk financing  avail. To View   Phone 885-9630.' e  225.00  MADEIRA MARINA  Maderia  Park,   R.C  883-2266  NAVTGABL-E  WATERS    -���  PROTECTION ACT   ���  R.S.C.  1952 - Chapter 193    ���  S.M. Lamont Towing, and Salvage Ltd. hereby gives, notice  that they have, under Section  7 of the said Act, deposited  with the Minister of Transport, at Ottawa and in the  office of the District .Registrar <���  of ihe Land Registration^ District of Vancouver-at Vancou-  -veiv���Pi^tnce���of--Britisrr" Ctr- -  lumbia,   a   descriptipn   of   the  0380"l-7 -   mooring, facilities and concrete  GOLF club outfit, right hand.  Walter Hagen Pro Flex  clubs. Woods 1, 3, 4 with leather covers. Irons 2 to 9 pitching wedge and putter. Dunlrjp  bag. Kaddy-Lac golf cart. Good  'buy for only $175. Phone 886-  9974. ' 8392-16  ELECTROLUX  Bob Waltham  Phone 885-9878  8299-tfn   n���  USED   tanks.   1,000..____, 2,000  J gal.- and 3,000^1. Good condition, good-prices. Phone Bob  883-2248.  8339-17  site and the plan of existing  retaining walls in Pender Harbour within and adjacent to  Lof 3131, Group 1. NejV Westminster District. Province of  British "Columbia.  And take notice that alter tho.  expiration of ono-month from  the date ol' the publication ol'  this .notice, S. M,_Lamcuol_Toiv_.=  ing and Salvage Ltd. will  under Section 7 of the said  Act, apply to the Minister of  Transport  for approval  of tho Worthwhile  said site and plan. Dr   John" Crosby demonstrates the  Dated this 3rd day of March,   Bennet respirator and respirometer  4972- ---     -  purchased for  St: Mary's  Hospital  J^cElhanney Associates, Agent    by Branch 140 'Roygjl'Canadian. Leg-  __JS25L^��ter-^t!n^h~4*rj*Q^"  -^BSGNSr^HIADLANOS-  Here is an ideal" building-site for .that hew^hom'e'on a  large, flat, dry lot close to lo.vely beach ar\d all utilities.'Lot is 65'x250' and with a full asking price of  only $4,995.  GOWER POINT  As new, 2 bed. home in a very secluded location overlooking the Gulf of Georgia. Auto. oiJ heqt, etc. This  house has everything. Cqntgct us for further  information.  -t3QM90tSE-8A��r  Very heaf log cabin on a 120'xl40' flat lot close to  good boat harbor and good fishing. This could be just  the holiday home you are looking for.      fl   '"! Ifinterested, call qsr  ROBERTS. CREEK     '  Well treed lot with all faciTities.Close to beach/ store,  P.O.. and school.  Lot sfrp   1 fif) nrrms   FP   $7,R0(L.  ROBERTS CREEK  We offer a cleared One Half acre block close to Beach  Park. This is view property. Block fronts or) two paved  roads, ApQtential.3 lot subdivision. Aljiac.jlities^djJU-;-  dble. F.P7$13;SCJ0r6ifers consideredr''  ��  REAL ESTATE & INSURANCE  NOTARY PUBLIC AND  APPRAISALS  HEADLANDS. AREA  Two B.R. house on very large (100x125) level lotrAI I  services qyqilqble. Will be on new sewer, line. Owner  ,   , ,      wishes immediqte'sqle. F.P, $V;|(6Q0.       - ���-, ,  ROEv|B,XS;~CREEK AREA ,  Well built 2 B.R. cabin and 2.60 acres of lightly treed  land.  Hydro and  phone available.  Good well.   F.P.  $10,500 with $5,000 down. Bal. at 8%,,,.    ���,,  ^^ii.r"-^^.'i-!'f,4-^'^f*r.f'ra^p^r''7fr  K  MEMBER OF VANCOUVER REAL ESTATE BOARD  , NOTARY, PUBLIC 1,..,..',.,,.:,,^.,;..,... ,,,   LISTINGS WANTED . :    >  Vihce Prewei^-886-9359  Wally Peterson���886728,77    -   - " Ron McSqveny��� 886*9656 ;"'   ���  Cook (centre) and 1st vice-presid  ent M^dge'.Hansen^fherL.A. donated  over. $Q00;to.wards cost 'of the valuable  ma^iffe-;'\ylHG^'"i's^ej^'aft>W of monitoring the rate, pressure, sensitivity  ^aBd^hiijriidity   of air entering 7 the  patient's lungs.  QitcLwakeport  irtni/ikir   i   AMrMkir.  HUrMINO     LAHLAI l-SVJ.  Ds^^J b.^>^4MM Urtr/4M4*/\��*4      \~.nw.r,  UCUIUUMI,      UUOCIIICIII       IIUIII&  with a view of Howe Sound. Very neat and attractive^,  ),;,.,-   close to s|tore,;;gric|-Post Office Transportation. ������  F.P. $20,000.  WATERFRONT: at Roberts Creek, yy'i'th 2 two bedroom  houses qn 68 feet qf level beach on long wooded lot,  one house rented year round, live in or rent this one  top...Ver^goodJji^trnent. F.P, ,��37f5Q0. 886,-?48,l.  ~GTB50FI WIEEAGErSeR^I=Rba"d^AUrorrr'ri5uM^r^  97x45Q-ft. - lot, -this  good .holding  property.  Good  teTTqrn^ln""now;   Only" $T2;000   with   $6,000  down  balance af,8%!.v856-42481, '777'7���  LANGDALE SUBDIVISION. There's still room for  your'new home in this, lpve|y;qreq; where we hqve good-  sized lots'from $3000-$5000. 886-2481.  This; is your chance to own whot very few people hove."  Nice flat beqch property, 145 ft, of it. This nicely  ' londscqped qcre hqs q s.mqll oreek/ nqturq.1 pond qnd  Iqyely 3 bedroom home with q mqgnlficent view. Ex-  "ra,rcel lenrbootihg*arid-good^f lsh,ing**in-thls,"arear,F!P.*-'  $52,000. Bring your offers, 886-2481.  ���; LISTINGS���WANTED    7 '  Let us sell your property, we'get results, our soles  exceeded one million dollors in 1971.  ���The Times Ottawa  Bureau  THE CANADIAN SOUND  OTTAWA���M o s t Canadians probably  have not noticed it, but in the past 14  . months there has been a big. change in-  the sound���coming out' of their radios.  The music is now 30 per cent Canadian.  And while it may not seem{ much different from the United States sound^���  which used to dominate Canadian radio,'  it has led to the development of a sub  stantial music industry in this country.  In fact, the Canadian. Radio-Television  Commission 'has been so successful, iri  regulating record content on radio, it is  convinced it can achieve similar success  in Canadianizing television.  -T-he-42RTC's Canadian content regula-  tions for radio went' into' effect on Janu-  aj-y la, last year. J.n l;ne, prionths prior :,jo  -  "JACK WH'ltT 1<EN"~-CR0SBY ^AY-VJSSfipL.,  "," 886^2935,��� 886-2098    \7,7.;8B5-23C^::~  ��f��WfcM�� 15fttMW*Ft*W*t   i"  i  i i' 'i" f'^'vfi    t;i   "'i ���"��'    "      ' v; *" "i "K"1'"1'1"   mi1       "i        ^   HOME HANDYMAN PAINTING TIPS  NYQREN SALES-  (1SI71)  LTP*��  ��YoffB^pqp*^n>it  PP^IJ^|rf.qiBS^H�����  On tho Wharf - 806.9303  Quality Hquf��> and, Marin,"  Paint,    > '7   ,  inmmi_*ivniu)tuuu%ivmrumnr%tu*nnm*u  >MHW��woirw>n��wm��MMMWMiwwjywp>twMnfi  -r~. PEAMUT PUTTER-^AR^^PAINT^^AVER^t^  Don't throw qwpy screwTtqp jars. Instqnt cqffeo or peqnut  bp^rjqrs mako wonc|orful,.sfprqae-contQlrToTs for'leftover  ~palntv��ccor?Hn9ut04he^^  soclatlon, Bo sura to, fill the Jars tothe brim. Thpn screw tho  l(d on tightly,' By soqllng out tho qlr, you cqn keep your paint  fresh for the next tlrtief you, use It���qnd In cloqr glqss jars,  Morgan's  .Q^W^i.,^fir!s,..ciothos_  Wpfk 6Iqyo��,  SEGHRL,Tf B.C  )ff>?*fi*i(lY*yW(YH9!mrmpn~^^  ir~M,*"w**r**T"^^ ho qblojo soQ'bxqctly what color if is,.  .WE'RE ..(   ...., . ,..,  GULF  BUILDING SMPPMES  .IRLY,, TARM,.  1  *>��� !?Wl*#*���*��������*tMfD9t JiHt*-i-��  -. t^niwif^im^iM,  TO SERVE  AIMTiqU��(V|e'S}THR ANSWER  |<oop'.(|ioso old plocos of'fumlturpl Wlthq bit.of help,  from an pntlqwlng kit) ovan tho. olf)e?'t and most ^attbro'c|  plocos can be salvaged���qdvlses the Canadian Paint Mqnu-  -'fqctHrpr��'-A^00iQt'on^9W"n,cksr6CraP0B-Qn^-scarB'*Wl^  under an antiquing troatment���and the cost la minimal!  TWIN CREEK  ...���SUPRllRS���m,���L,���  Your  'Gll'ddw paints  Dealer,,  ,  AH' i  ��i_*f��*m��b;MWtt>*m-.  COAST    . ,  . <��)i'i  ���.  i,    \  . .,'.,    ,  .   . ;686><2283 -'*' -: -  TCTMBiH<rn<fATiN<rw^ti^E,rMETAi;  *"w*we*-w^"^s^  **^��*��i<*��Wffln*(**����!^^  <Pq;lt Yoursolf-^or���W<?'ll Do It,For You'  Services  'si(': :;x*WrtyW  ,""''r':"''"ri',Sc|(��s (, ,iri T  -P,6,-''B��xJ>98f,'ioiahnti.r0,Cl  .4 ,     |,        ..       'I' , , . ' ���...  Two Location*  :'   tb'.jqvv9 ,   ���!  .^*^,.,l^..444.t*tf..��*^4f  :...  ***-SHiiihlno*C<wiirt''  Hlgtiwo  GIBSONS  886-2X91  '* Si'CHELI'  88SL22B8  'mm^rnmm  ltt ^*��*l(rJ*W>)|ti'wwi��  m#^fty>m*m^'��>��mmm����***  mm  mm   that^��teHma��j^^f4vate-broadcastersHaadr^  warned that Canadian content regulations for records played on the air could  not work. They contended that there  wasn't the pool of talent available in  Canada to provide enough records to the  stations.   The   inevitable   result   of   such  ���regulations,~..wou,ld be disaster, they warn-  .-, ed, ���* ������' "  _ Iniact, however, the regulations w.efe_.,  not a disaster but sparked^ boom in the_  rCaha^dianr.musi'c7inclusTfy.  The   original"..,"  regulation said that 30 per cent of all  music played on a radio station between  ;'6i a.m^ran^ midnight had to7meet',one-  of four criteria to be classed as Canadian.  Either  the  performer  or  the  writer  of  4he words or the writer of the music had*  to be Canadian, or the performance had  to have been recorded in Canada. As of  January  18 this year, to bp cKssed as  Canadian  records had  to meet two-ofr"  "ii,these,-fovir'-crl1,erinr~'���-"  At first it looked like the doomsayers  , rnlght havo booii-right.,Cioi,donHLightfoqt, ;  and Anno Murray records were played,  over and over again, lo th,o point where  Lightfpot Huld ho wan afraid ho might  suffer   from  oYfiroxposuro.   Qthors  HUg-   gosled  that  In  fact    Canadian  musjoal^  ^-taiont mlglitrho top thin lo - make ;the7  rpgulatlons workable.    ;   ���    >    ���  But after a fow month.1, things improved conHldorably, Now porformora ap-  "7pearod oh tho wono'to provldo Canadian ,  rccordd.  And  nroup.i  which    had  boon  '  around hut unheard, of woro g^lvon the  chuneo to mako rooordn and nook public  ,  approval, Othoi'fl bonoflltbd, in nddllion  to   tho  group!..   Now  rocorclliig' fltMcUoa.,.;  woro built, giving Canadian record prod- ';  :7WoTcwr:f^  an any othor hIucIIok oir-tho continent. "  In fact, the faeilllloH aro hp ��ood that  ^mony*Unlted-S.lft.tQMW.ul!aiuiT*iM~comuJ.o��.  ���Canada to reeord booauHO lho Htudton. are.,,  ., good and loan eoatly Jhan.thoao .iiouth of '.  "' "lho" boWlfli1,"      " ''" " :    Tho forced uno of Canndlnn Hound ha,a  nol hurt lho rn,hiK>i of tho Canadian  radio Hlallomi. trim ulnllon facing porhapn  tho moiu foreign oompotlllon Ih CKUW  Jn WindHor, It. munt battle the Detroit  w stations.,, Foiv.several _yourp.Jl. Ii��h uboen.���.  vatod higher Hunt the Detroit ntntlona,  ���  After tho Canadian content regulatlona  ('j]ino In, CKI.W'n ratlngH ollmhod accord"  'Ing  In 17".TC chairman Pierre .lunoau,"  7~~W. Jii'rioiur'irinil'fia iliejiU^oflir-of'-  , the radio regulatlont. to back hln argument   thai  all   . Canadian    brondcaritern  ttihoukl' promoto Canadlun content, In. tul����  Vlttlon an well a�� In radio, fllncu lho eom,-  *.mlBHionLboRnn,J.li\-,10(lO,-J/Ir.*J.unciuiJjft����  boon  punhlng lo redut-o Iho amount of  ,U.S.  proflronin    on  Canadian toluvlnton ,  .-,,|jt,ntlons. In.' fayor ��� of- Canadian -program*.���  lie him bopn mot with ntll'f opponltion and  hlfl.'HuceonH in thin effort hrwrbeon filow  ���^rrrrnntnRr,~~m������'���lw~~~���t -~-������-  ^...-IiV.tolovlslon, 4ho .Hnn-.o.aruumcnts, aro.���.,  URfid ngaliiRi  Increafilng mandatory Cn-  nodlan coiitont aa.woro luted, ugaliiHl, tho  . .radio regulatloni.. OpponoulH of.the CllirC   ,  Hay   Canada   lackt., Dm   talent   and- lho ���  monpy.'Uvf'lU'mPi'o.of.jilui broadl'UHt tlmo  Oh Canadian" Blntlonn,'Mr, iluncnu  ban  rejected thl��,.contending that',-tr broHdi's".  chiiteTfi  lined    tholr  lmagli.atlona    Ihoy  would*havo llttlo rtiff|ci(lty,', .fllltnfi ,tlmo,'  _    with fluccossful prbgroniHi      - 7,  777777"7PJnner:7;p,,Tric^  ...,���,.��� ���,   Meeting 8 p.m.���Open to all members and interested visitors ,,  _ .k^ ���-* ^ __ ir DOOR PRIZES   .    t_ ' ^ _ ^ ^ _;    _   Doncing from conclusion of meeting till 1 o.m. .  ::^._,_,. .,,,..,^^,.,.,,..,:,,,,,,SPCO:,.RR|ZPS ,__   -  -  'H^i#I^P^*iUlflHMi*.IW|.JH-,   .im.��S*'4rfi����#i>Ki-ltW�� ���������UaSAjV>*.Jt*M��v%^:.*.i^,^ilSSJ!*8^^^^  |**HiVf w*.**ttFl*r WwrfSHf^h hi. *> lS*tith*#i��..i>w! l-ff, .V *W__. . ����JU U.   . ���4��Si*.*i'H��*.*;**!.'����SiS <*.ttto.>/H  THIS  IS YOUR CREDIT UNION. YOU  HAVE A VOTE���USE  ITv  .?'  ;].-,-.,-.���-*fcpr,i?!rwf  ATTEND  YOUR ANNUAL MEETING  SECHELT AGENCIES PATE PAD        ....  ��� Thl'sfrco romlndorof comlna'events Is o seryico of SE)CHELT AGENCIES"  LTD, Phono Peninsula Times dlreqt for frco llstlnQS, specifying "Pato1  Pad", PIoqso nolo that space \.  limited and somo.adyonco dates m'ay  havo to waU', thqlr turn: a|so thot th's 1^ a "rornlndor" listings only and  copnot always carry full details.       ,  '��� ' ' i   '  -Marclr'-iS'^lO^O a,mr."T2 rtooh'LWdQ^  ���  March>�� 15���7i30. p,m,  Sunshine School  Gibsons,  Socholt  8* ���Plstrlct,.,.  Rotarded Children's Mootlnq/'"  March IS1-7 p,m, Roberts Creak Hall. Special Cubs ancl Scouts Moot-  u^lna��BarantUff.tmJbdi^^  March 15-r-fl p,m. Socholt Ueolon Hall. Blnoo,  "March "16���i1:30 p,m. ���Scchnll-Uoftlon...Hp|l,-Sr* CltUrons Branch 69,  _.'  ���._ R 9 p��I a r mco|lna,      !   ,,'�� , ���   .  March 16���2 p.m. Madeira Park School, Open Houso7"    ����� ;   March 16���0 p,m, Ponder Harbour Community Hall, Dlnao,  March'17n-8 p,m Socholt Elomontary School, Parents Without Partners, <���  Mootlnn and Guost Speaker.  March 17���-fi P.m. Socholt Indian Hqll. Blnqo.  March 10~from A p.rrl, Secholt Legion Hall, St. PatrlcK's Day Danca,  March ,18-���.6 p,m, Elphinstone. Men's'Floor Hockey, All Stars vs,  ��� Ronfrow.  March-19���1 p.m. Clubhouse Wilson Crook,, Rod and 640 Pracllco Trap .  Shoot! " ,    '  ���March 20���? p.m. Hoalth Contro, Gibsons, Branch 38 O.A.P.O, Rooular ,  '.,'.;, Mo��tlnq and Birthday Party, *  7MqfcK.'21-~").'l.'a,ri|, SocJio||;Lod(on'Hf,ll. Hrqnch. 140 Lcqlon L,A. Rum-  ,  1 ,. moon Solo.  March 21���8 p.m, Elphlnstono Library,'Grade 10 parent* mcollno lo  ,d|iicus9 student proqeamnilno,  ASK FPR OUR FREE CATALOGUE OF REAU ESTATE  >,_.,  Phono 885-2235  [Multiple  Llttlnp  Scrylco  '''YflnFOMyir'Roar^f^fT  ' Board  REAL ESTATE  ���INSURANCES������  AGENCIES LTD.  Box'128, Socholt, 0.C.  V  L jtf^4MM4i^w4>  i j.-.-'-.. -.n;.  ���,'�� .....    "  T" ,'"7  ��^*M��**4��4H4��4..4f 44��4S1��.^.��,^ wA^M4H4M44to41^.H  V.  "4        4.4. ,441 .��.. .4  ^,�����.���..���������,,���..������,  _., r^,,.l������.^,r.���,^l '���'*�����.,,.,��wt..,pd\Mm<H��*.,m'iirH^^ iwr.'U- v.*.   *'���' ".,.,'V  ,��..,l,.,#|.~J^44��r.����4.,,,��*|.Hfl��    , ., ( , >,����� 4 ,f 4f ��"���    ,l��.11.*<I,.' ������*���*,   ��  ��.��'    Il*           1^     "<                ����     I   I                             'I .,|,>,t,     '.    |4��      ''f       '  J.l,l .).'!'ir'IIWK"'���'' 'lf04"W"t'<��.WH  V<           1       '              '  ,   '    ,.     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I|',.|    ��l  <      '       ��      t      ��      .    I       I      ,       ,       .  I .   '.��'"  !'   I    "     ,1. .. J.,  ft  7 * ^ '��Jr*'*' t <*  _L  _��� jffiw=-^">''r���raE!iPwns^w,,Kf-?*  inted  JIhe_Peiiii|sula Times  Wednesfoy,  March   15,  1972  Men's Floor Hockey  pI^offTcrafiifiie  THREE goals have been the difference  in the men's floor hockey league, best  of .the seven play-offs. With the completion of the first three games, the Penn  holds a two games to one advantage. All  three games haag���been decided by one  goal- thevPenn losing tlie first 15-14, winning the second game 13-12, and winning  last week's very exciting game  11-10. *    ���  The run away league winners, Gib-  sons-Sechelt team has not shown the  power it showed in winning the league.  Key players added to the Pen Hotel gives  them an excellent chance in winning the  play-off, while the Gibsons-Sechelt team  _r~in~~an unfamiliar position, having lost  a few players and being a game behind.  However with only a goal separating each  victory, the play-offs are expected to  continue to be exciting and close.  This Saturday at 6 p.m., the Renfrew Jr. Floor Hockey team will be  visiting Elphinstone to plafy the Gibsons-  Sechelt All Stars, who are still looking  for their first victory in their "Off the  Peninsula" competition. It should prove  to^e��-^H-4?���ta4ef4a4fl-m'g---eveftiK.g- so���eome-  HONDA  RENTALS  ^jrun  (^Lt  Pool  Tables -.  Pinball Machines  Games of Skill  885^2848  ^COMPLETE~CINE-OF   -ftlNTAl EQUIPMINT  ROTO-TlLLERS __  JACK HAMMERS  ETC.  Sunshine Rentals Ltd.  Rear  Entrance '  x -   Below Regional  Board  Ddvi's~BdyrB.C.- ������885=2848  'i_rj_M___m__^^  FOR YOUR UNFILED  INCOME TAX RETURN!  NATIONAL TAX BUYERS LTD.  335  East Broadway, Vancouver^ B.C.  Phones:   (Days)  879-4166;   (Nights)  879-6701  ir Out-of-town inquiries welcomed.  Phone colled! Pick-up' service.  out���suid���sup  -r-team.,1  ,   ~~~. -,  ,- 1 , Tou^nameotTChamps  The Gibsons Elementary School girls are:   back  row,  Barbara    Johnson,  were winners of the five school vol- Lily Mandelkau, Cheryl Penfold, Col-  leyball tournament held  at Elphin- leen Kurucz and   Kelly Cryderman.  stone recently. Shown (left to right) . ' ..    -  Pender HUites  ���by Cindy Harris  SPORTS���Last week-end March 3 and 4  yj3U��~-irxxnior Girls and Boys learns Ua-  velled to Richmond for a series of- basketball games.  Results of Friday night games against  u'.-:,-- ������-��� . r_.u^_-_ nW(i..,"ci'_y" grade nine teams were: Jr. Girls-Rich-  Front! Georgia Rhodes Cathy Star mond 27 Pender 21 Jr Boys-Richmond  Path Star, Valma Scrugham, Loreto   50  Pender 36  Camposano and Susan Baker. ' The teams' were billeted Friday night  and   played  grade   ten   teams   Saturday,  results being; Jr. Girls - Pender 34, Richmond 19. JrrBi]rys^-~RidiTnmir5t7^)eTi(fer  37.  After an enjoyable shopping trip at  Park Royal the teams arrived home about  7 p.m.  Senior   Girls   travelled   to  Mission  on  the weekend of March 10 to play in a  basketball tournament. I will have the  results of these games next week. Good  luck_girls.    a  CABARET.  A   meeting   was   held   last   week   at  Pender   Harbour   Secondary   concerning  -raising money for the school travel fund.  It  is  hoped   to  raise money  for   future  ���~���Coast^cmhotinr   Federal Liberal Association  The nominating convention for the Liberal candidate for  ��� ���Hie-Coast Chilcotin riding will be held   I  SATURDAY, MARCH  25   ���   8  p.m  ST.   DAVID'S  SCHOOL,  SQUAMISH  ���   P. N.  Goode  President .  8:00 P.M.  COAST CHILCOTIN FEDERAL LIBERAL ASSOCIATION  PLEASE  RENEW YCUR  MEMBERSHIP  FOR  1972  -Memberskip-^titformatioiK  Mrs. P. Murphy, Halfmoon Bay or Box 70, Garibaldi Highlands.  1972 JOHNSON OUTBOARD   ��������� '-'������'- >���-.-'    '- '������������*  Volleyball  Cheerleaders    ',   7 777 " , , :'''"' :'''72  No doubt' llio enthusiasm' of those tournament,' Shown' (loft to right)r  young UhI'Iuh   boosted   the Gibsons    Wannl Runnlgor, Nancy HoneybUnn,  ��� elementary School volleyball girls to Hutb -Madison, Deanuio Sanderson,  victory in" tlie "r e'e e lit five-school    Loi'l Abrams ancl di'ioryl 'SlronKjuisl.  ���*m_  Wharf Street, Socholt  Phono 885-9551  '������P II (.W,.���, m Mi. ll i!^^,^m,,."^i,_,*,7,l,��^tw, M Wm^W _\ ,M,^PM M mM ,ff ^TtT "  ii-i/MSi^ - LIFE-l,NSUREd-v 1-ARN-DIVIRENDS-. - ~  2. DEPOSITS.  I."*1  TttS  CHEQUEI NG'���Low .Survlcu Churgu...  ���..-^���^���,...���,������Interest-paid quarterly on balances In okcousi o(4i00>-  . . Efluctivo April .1, 1972, rule l_% pur annum.  i'      . ���    " ���  TERM���One year. Minimum deposit !j.5QQ.       -    ���..   ���.lutflT.uaLpald���aL6.i|L.pQL,annum -,.. ..~T.41...'_ .,  May be withdrawn on demand, Interest rqto sllahlly  - 7,       7  reduced'If Iobs than 1 year,  LOANS  ��^r'-MH��*K({'Afi*'  -1, PERSONAL-rFur any piuvklont or product Ivo purposes,  2, REAL 'ESTATE���Morlrjafios up to 15 years,   '  Y*. tW"*-*MO>W*-ri��>h-  ASK US ABOUT LOANS AND  INTERESTrRATES  fleldtrips and teaTn~~trips~as77fuTids~c.re  always low! It was! decided to H6IcT a  Cabaret April 14 at the Community Hall  with live music. The next meeting will be  held April 10 at 1 p.m, at Pender Harbour  Secondary, 11 is hoped move mothers--will  turn out. Anyone willing J.Q help , but  u naBle~~ lo~"~Sttehd tlie7 meelftrig "please."  phone: Mrs. Joan Rae 883-2367; Mrs,''Bon-"  nie Dubois 883-2417; Mrs. .Marilyn Harris  883-2457.   '  Fishing aroun  ���by Don,Radcliffe  SPRING   are   mb'viiig in "most 'of tho  regular fishing areas; blue-backs still  not  too  plentiful  but there    should bo  , mere- of them within the week,  tw >m Jim^Morcpi^and J^^cd^our^.luc'l^lasj^  *" Sunday* "irior Ti i -~|;-"-'|**" socro C"*C q y q7'" j^-��-~--^~'-r  raining like Noah wus on his way'buck  "but^wo-sluck -Itout-with-tho-help.of.,four-  cups of hot coffee���.straight. Around 7:30  Jim UqU Into ono Just In tho ontranc6 ancl  aftor lotting hiin run four or five limes,  brought him nlcoly into tho not. Weight  around 10, lbs. Hq hooked,..but lost ono  ~td)()utrhallvan-hour~l��toriuHlroutsldc~thc-:'~  '.. COVQ,  '"'''''   '"   jV    "  "' "" '' "������''" ' '   "'   ''''' "r "  MAMAMJ   ZL.   iM..��M��.MM,MMi Wo ti'lod slow trolling outsido for an  second.in iournaniGni .��>�������:,^na^do^jMii.^  nnii.V-7irtve"'   i    i//'��� n' i'��� n '���;��� ��� "''  wuy l|1 WQ ��toppQcl,aiKl,driftocl jut),i,aVonh'' ,  rJllI3  BOYS ��md  kW volloyball   lomiiri   the North wall and I hooked into a'nothor.  ���.���..... Jr��m,UlbHonH;WJc|KunUu7..kchool"fm  woll  In a  80-tqum . tourfuimont hold In    ��hd  hard  to hIow up.  I finally netted  Surrey oyor..tho wookond as both, loan���   him artor 2(3 mlns,,-' weight 15 lba, Wo'  w,c/u��a���Jiomo...4wlth1--a-...Huoond-plac'Q fltilnh   werQ-hinhTK'-llve'iioiM'lTiB^aiTd-Tmly^dovm-^  In lho lournoy, whloh took placo Satur-    about 30'ft with 2 w,s, of weight.  day.     ,    , ..,'.      ���.  Whllo.oloanlng thorn.wo, noticed, thoy  Anil an It was both toaim lost, tholr   had  nothing  In  tholr fltomnolw ' and no  first I wo games; both won tho next two   I'm' wo haven't noon any sign of herring  Mgi,UttUH,*tlu,tf��puUMlhom,Jn^  both woro ousted In lho final round. Tho    or have no moann of carrying llvo hor*  .....Jocal,,.boys,.lo.sl.to M. J. Shannon In Su'r-,   I'infJ, ti'y, a bu/,/,. bomb, oHpoolally If you  roy,  while ilu)  girls  bowed  to Abholit.    ��>'b flrthlhg (loop,. ^   ...^Tr.lecU:,DMt::a.;aiow-��wol^thlH,zweoli:ri'.��..  Dalwa 204 fly reel, very light bv��tHtrong,i��  holdn about 200 yd�� of 2il lb tOHt, It Ih a  woll designed and nianufaotnrocl unit and  boaullful lo fish with, has a good ro|.rlovo  bill In ii Utile difficult lo drag adjust, but  ���"***''rai'k'eil"roil'nMI'f'nhliiliH'irTioin wliiilt*    Iri ro��II.Y"iilcn"~to piny a flnh and given It"  hloml givoji io 11 to Hi'd OronH Hlood 'rriinn-    a ehanco tb run oaiiy,'    I'iinIoi.  iSorvli'it bv 'volnnteor clonbrH imt        U\\oai report on thb"a)mihorolal hoi  uned'un an offoeUvo treatment lor annum',   'ring flHhlng \. from Powell .River whoro  -In,  ~j-u__- ��� 1 - ufd t~vlgr~m jn^i'iHi;i;iid'''"'commliIoii Ih"7  ���������-���������������       up In'armfl over, to quoto our owiv wordn  "tho (loulnudlon of tho .herring run"/, RQ",  poi'tH nay that tho fleol, of nolnorn ploked  up n.OOO tbiifl of herring In 'oho night.  Thoy had lodged proton!s wllh tho fedoral  WlnWlolV"MirJnfOirD��VIOiir(rilfQT:U)br��r  MP-for-Coiinl-'ClilleoUn, Mr;-Paul" fit,"  Plorro. ., ,,,  Am ,1 Mated hint week, I'm afraid wo  aro ton Into thin year and at, llio rink  .oCnoutuilnii���rcpcUUouu,_UtQ���unlym,thlu�������w  W0 (tan do,, In to write a nrolont mid  malio fiuro .that, lhln ���' Uioughllonn and  doHtruollvo form of flulling In not" repeated.   ,-^-J'ThoMoh��i"ClinnRo-y6ur,"Hno-'ovory"'  year, on your reel and  wltli tho glrlnl  ;WOV^O��BlSl*tAY=  "  ������#__/�����.'.   tl_  _7      '>_:���  S PkC I AL g ISGOU IMT S^Ulfiyfe^M^RCH^  10% OFF REGULAR LIST PRICE  .75  6 hp Reg. 436.00  SALE  2 hp Reg. 197.50  SALE   ^:hp7Reg7299;007:  SALE  ~io  9.5- Kp~Reg. 592.00  SALE7......'.....;.':;.:./'  1  \_WStB  .40  HOLIDAY II PIONEER CHAIN SAVSr~  '"RegularT54T95"���"A" ���*���^       i~w"   SALE  159,95  s SIMILAR PISC6UNTS ON OTHER OIMX, PRODUCTS  DURING ALL OF MARCH  Your Sechelt, 0;M.C. Service Centro  SECHELT  Box 636 - 885-2812  UtijjWifllw^w^lw >��.���  SERVICE  Socholt, B.C.  V ���,''s|H��m-r.!t;*'*l>fr'U*>  __m.  LAST  CA'H  Pi' '  "'_&' "'"'" '''  ALL for  l'oi,d,��-Noi!th^opla��!..:��ohool,.^;;:::;  A dlnlrlotiboyn' tournament,'will lie  hold herd at Klithlnntono Boeoiulary  School Miiroh H'l.  WATCH  : "'"FOR "���-  OPENING  OF  OFFICE HOURS:  1 i     ��  �����'Tuesday to Saturday  , i, ; ','|,0'a,4m.'��'v4"p.m'." /  h'HUfl i i>h" Ml ������  i i  mmmf��  mmmmm^m_��^.  f' /,'*  WIGARD'S  SHOE STORE  "i i .,   i  To iiflHuru the authenticity of'ftn.gflino  ' florlea, n Drltlnh, TV" company linn hired  ''a 'refornlod' rohli'jr" an "an "adVlnor, Thfl  tebloke-:ftoUUe.]o\vJ,.<;cttUBe���.Uc^���complalneOL  .,thuLaU.iidminulajiVj,,i,o.j)l��lm;udjiajaiota;.  - CARDSr^-RASKETS^^  NOVELTIES -HAY - ETC,  r.    JO  MAKE ���YOUR  BASKETS  m Makeour own  EASTER BASKETS AND  ^imo7nfoviBLTflE.s   ;  SEE OUR DISPLAY  AF  EVANGELINE WARE  4-^.   'viii-on��iiu*|S(!0^ f^V^��*S^^<^a,��^��WW����*'J*(��WW'M��'i*ii1'  ,Q��(i;.!9JliSL,l?i9S:.l?,^  Inscribed,"'Made;inXariaclq'(Quoboc) ahd"  very raqsonable In price���Direct Factory  " ������:���'  v> ��� '""Shlpr'nQnr.   SUPPLIES - PATTERNS - REMNANTS,  I'       * 'l   '. M  ,      *,il i'      l|t       -4,4. ETPO'     *'\     >  '   ��!,'    Iri.    I   "<.���.,   ,��� , ,^     .  ^T<i>p*bf*thd��Momlng^o^oM-ali*ori4-$t��^  Patrlckis��Day��March��,,l ^h��PM��u  ���PH AAqy"tlio road, rise wltli you  And tho wind'be always' at your back '  Anc|nho^l;OKD1io|��ll^^iTl1W15an^  ,7'��;,;i HIS hand, '  '"*'   ,*      ,.        *" ���.. .  i i  (iMQRE'S VARIETY SHOP  i^*9n/(*i��iW��'��iWf��n*J*  1 '  j     I1*     ��*     �����?.��'     ffl1*1  �� ��v. '    " fl',''' y$FW''Kr  The-Pen msu laTi mes-  P-agelA-7  Wednesday,  March  15,  1972  Juvenile  ���*��� , "*  week-end results  STILL  hampered  by miserable  weather,  Sunshine  Coast   Juvenile  Soccer  Lea-  ���-iii'  is  trying  valiantly  to  complete  the  alicaJv   badly   delayed   schedule.   Games  .:,-Iiedn'lfdfur .Sunday March 19th are as  ti^iiiwK: -. *>  IITV.   7.   riame   time   i   p.m.   Teemen *  .'*���     \s   lk>s.   Warriors,  Hackett   Park.   Chess-  iiH-n    vs    Ken    Mac   Bombers,    Gibsons.  Dou;:aTs~Tnyers  vs  P:H:-H-ot-sp-nrsT-bfmg-���'  cluk\ '    , -  DIV.  5  &  C. Ganie lime  2  p.m.  P.H.  Roughriders  vs  Co-op  Cougars,  Madeira-  Park. Roberts Creek vs Res. Braves, Robert's Creek. Caledonians vs Ken's'flfikings,.  Gjlis'onsl       7 "   ~.      :   ���   '"���������  ���DIV. 4. Game time 2 p.m. Timberrnen ,  vs Res., Totems, Hackett Park. Super Valu  \s Roalcogor Riders, Gibsons.   WEEKEND   RESULTS  DIV. 7. Douglas Flyers O-Ken Mac 2,  ;''     Nomads O-Res. Warriors 12.  DIV. 5 & (3, Caledohians O-Re's. graves  7-     (i   (March   5th).   Co-op   Cougars   3-Cale-  doniaris 0. Res. Braves 5-Ken's Vikings D,  DIV.   4.   Timberrnen   1-Super   Valu   3���  Elphi Basketball Stars    -^"^ ���" '    '���..-     .       ,       h-   thrill  Shown are the cream ol7the basket-    (Howe Sound Zone tourney);  Brad    JUniOT DaSKetDau  ball crop at Elphinstone Secondary    Norris (Tri-Zone A tourney);    Dan  Sphool. Left to right: Art Dew (Cout-    MacKay   (Tri-Zone A tourney)   and  gar  Invitational);   Dave   McDonald    BillSneddon (Titan Tournament).  Sechelt Residentials top  first place league winners  THIS year saw the emergence of aa-oc-     get more than 6 points away. Going into  '.'.'   ganized   basketball   league   for   ele-    .the  final  2. minutes,  the  I^ons  were   6  mentary and grade.8'boys on the Penin-     points   down-  with   the   teams    trading  iulaTwTuTTpe aHsibHgrre^;gt?f--eea6hes--gyad haskeds^oWever .with 1fi sftrnnds remain  SEND YOUR  CHEQUE TO THE LIONS  - EASTER SEAL APPEAL - ��� '. '  c/o BANK OF  MONTREAL,  SECHELT, B.C.  Norris,   Harry     Turner"   Bob     Bjornson, ing,  the  Lions  came  to within  a v single  Steve  Hill, and  Jim  Gray, ,a  five  team point  of  tieing  the  score;  with  several  league was set up. At the'completion of close   opportunities,  the   Lions  failed   to  the league it was decided to hold a zone score and the game .ended 44-43 with the  Sight tournament^ where,   all. 5. teams residential  team winning  the  very  suc-  woulcf compete."       . "" ��� cessful^iou^nament.-���^ "  This past Friday night saw the first At the conclusion of the game, ^Jim  PROCEEDS  USEDtSFTSQI^^  . ..'...7:.......M.7-..-a "���'"��� :.-������ ��� .':'' X-.] .777Cli-7ii7-i^Q-7'-77-'-.-:_ J_\ i. _ 1-,'V -'  ���ss   and second  rounds���completed���with���Gray   presented- awards   to   the   players^^^^  .feff     Sechelt "Lions" elementary team winning     voted to the second and first team "all     ==  'their two ganies^-bv-seeyes of 38-30 and star team chosen from tournament play      ra  __\  34-23, to advance to the Saturday  night First   All   Star   Team:   Centre   Dave-  final game.         "     --" :;; -������-         -���-.-.-... Lamb;- Guard -Kelly Bodnarek; -Forwards  7    In-probably  the biggest upset of the Allan   Edmonds;   Guard     Steve     Miles;  tournament,   "the     Sechelt      Residential Forward  Patrick  Wells.  School   defeated   the   first   place   league Second  All  Star  Team:  Centre  Den-     ��  winners Gibsons Elementary team 33-24, nis   Smith;   Guard   Tom   Stanway;   For-  to'earn a place in the finals. . ward Craig Norris; Guard Bryan Evans;  7. Saturday   saw     the' Elphi   "B"   team Forward  Harry  Pierfe7" ~"'ZZ  defeat . a   tired  Elphi   "T"   team   in   the The tournament's most valuable play-  donsolation  final,  but the most  exciting er  was   Allan  Edmonds    from    Sechelt  game of the tournament" 'turned-out���to Residential-School. ���'���---  be   the   final -between  the-.-two   Sechelt. 77_77~.. '���������._.-' ... ~ :���!���  teamsT^  ���t   The Residential team  took  an  early     HAVE   YOU   HEARD   OF   THE  lead, but the Sechelt Lions never let them  >.-.A-r^^'^i^.^^\J>'f^^tlf,iL!A"i^^v'.'i-^^^-  TUESDAY, MARCH 21st ��� 11 a.m.  ��� "'"         ",:" "*'  '    p^sketball Cheerleaders'  Shown are  Elphinstone    Secondary    Kathy CurrJe,  Joan. Blomgren, and  School basketball team's biggest fans   Ula Allnutt. The senior girls cheered  ���their cheerleaders.' Left ta right;    their senior counterparts'to many a  *(back*vrow) ��^Susanne-^Jorgenson-4*'*vlctory��throughout*thi8-past-*seaBoh  Wendy Allnutt, Janice Mullen. Front:, ,.   , ��� -,    ....    ,  .- ,.   '   -  BEAVER HOMES  77/717 I! y^ito'M't'vt  iw��wwJ��t��wM^M>i44wi  LEGION HAttrSeGMiCT^  RUMMAGE - BAKING - SANDWICHES - COFFEE       |  '//////J / /LL  m&t__  MMfln  WILL     A DE U     THURSDAY,  BE        " I���B W       MARCH16  HOURS  10:00._A,M._-JMIDNITE - 7 DAYS A WEEK.  n  .,;/���;.:., y,\yr:.  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Tlioro la  a  local" fopro'sonlallv'o" In'ybUr'aroa *wha '  knows- Iho  building  regulations ond  will  porsonall*o your' noods, , 7     ,  i_\  ���-T-  '���I  ?,li'!|iti;;iv/iffiaiKlJ',-'  1.. __:,,nw.w^Yfl  al 1  i^JS^^trii  Wrllo'us today, li'n on Invoslmonl In yow  famllv'!* fHtMro���and a happy.experience  4. �� M,*M * M. l*m_ !Mnw.4H��*4B^|����WMm*A#W��4��������M��W. !U*4^|����*4^��^4p4l4#rtta4#W*��(wn.  , Deavor Lumbar  Company Md,  P.O. PoxX48,  "' t Surrey "*"'  ,**.W 4,'ils..    w,i  BEAVER  Send for Your 1972 Homos Hrocliira' ,*���  * tMMH����fa * *>���!  Homo. rM.*..�����...r,.......i.  ""A'ddfOM' ,7"477.r��ir��-����*��*��^"^^ -  , , i i     i        * i.  Town ^'...;,~..���.y<)"*"��"'"v< i f y��*ly j*m**~~^m.*~-<m _  - ��� f n I plan lobMJld thl��yoar,i7 , / Ttl5r3  y..n,,~.7__...it��__.J*r_A ...III .......In. fl  H  "7 (p Itiwii'myowrtlof *, pi will r��jqMir�� flrjonclno  On the AlerL^ '_j       i��  Qoaltonaor. 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WILL BE OPEN, tHUIiSDAY, MARCH 23  Bt*>WlWW ��WllW��*W>*&>)*W|WI.#lHt����*!^^  ^'WW^1*M��^(WMM*1W**IWW*��M'��WB l��M��tU*l'k��'��H|��WilW***)'  l^��wS'��t(ifWWlit��Wrt��"- ftJ"W4*f***lM*|rtw���i��4��'*�� <#swhJ"*Bfii!��lW *vMfW��p W<*��** *.**^����rt��lp!��H^H!f*��WiHW  ,^Ww^^n��^��l^J^f^nnnnr��n^lonWlT���n^Tnfm^  THANK YOU ~Jq all our patrons and residents ot the Sunshine Coast tor yonr  patience and understanding.Ztiur^  . " ''" closure has caused. '���,,'',  ,m_^w*^<nmm9mHm��rrim^mmmH^m^^^  ^w������M����mw��w��w>��MVw>WTWMii>M<��w>w��>w��M������mw^  ZXZXZTZ^l^llMZ&i^^^iiwiHIi*^^  etzMAuia  ^mm'^imwymbti.tp.ii.***''  inina  w����m>wwww����*��HW?l(��f  ���^m^mm^mm^mmim.  m&9m*mmmwd<$Mmw#m  _m**mAmmimmimm*m  pun9e  x3 o^^^TicJ / /  I  ������i<f*��^��i��efc i*sw��#  ., }J ....  <*pkm<tmii*mtn*>m&mmf>>*  tv  <MMiw*wwi^iWa^.'iiiMW(Wiiw����^  '  M'     *.     M    I ,    .    (  ���rr  .i, I'."..,,  I ' '* '*  M'  'I      "'   J  "t    "<i\ih\  ,   it*  l|-��l|�� ,,i) ](,,..( I��K I'  i Hi  l"     I       ' <l I'  '   I  if  i  I I"1'!!  )  I Ii '(     ,    i!��f'  -.V."."'- tr,    ',  I       I     *>"><!,',  if   I'  ���7,  ; .,    ���' ,',  i"1 r^t"-'\^trtjjf^\4 Area B  Page"A-8  -"T-he^Pcninsu  Wednesday,  March   15,  1972  CentgjmarCommittee ~ sechelt Homemakers  concludes its affairs.    .     aid Easier sport day  AREA "B" Centennial Committee wound  up its affairs at a- public meeting at  the Welcome Beach Hall last Wednesday alter giving a report of its achievements.  Chairman. Alex Ellis reported that the  Centennial project, improvements to the  Welcome  Beach J~Iall and ^parking space',  to the members of the Centennial Committee, A. E. Ellis, E. F. Cook, -Mrs. M.  Ley land, Mrs. A. J. Rutherford, Wm."  Fraser, K. Comyn and Mrs. M. Tinkley,  and to the following who had made outstanding contributions to the project: Ed.  Edmunds A. L. Young, J. S. T. Williams,  Ralph   Lynds,  Ross    Conquest,.   Anton  had   been   successfully   completed. "$1,7711     Kadin, J.7M. Cooper, AndyHansen���Oliver  .    ,      _    '    .          i :i_i: .    4_...i_    i r.-.:. .N ^ _  had been spent on building materials and  the work had all been done by voluntary  labour, mostly by a small group of retired  men. Mr. Ellis patcl" partlcullIZtxiBuIi^ta  Keith Comyn, chairman" of" the works  committee, who had drawn up the plans  and "had striven to make a bunch of-old,  crocks, into  carpenters.  For   the    parking     development,  "ttrer  Deiightful to see and a joy to hear,  Mrs. G. L. Brooke's music students  entertained senior citizens in Sechelt  Elementary School's open area, during a recent weekend. Pictured from  - - ��� -- .----Entertainers    -���*        v_  left-back row: Russell Cunningham, sen, Bonnie Janiewick and vLouise  Audrey Prescesky,, Deirdre Murphy, Murphy. Front: Ginger Cunningham,  Leon Prescesky and John Branca. Sharon McKay, Kari Neilsen and.  Centre: Earl Antilla, Sandra Jorgen-    Lance Parish.  corjuiiiUec was lucky in having a generous neighbor" wTtrT-a lot of eguipment.  Andy Hansen, ' by making available to  the committee the use of his bulldozer,  loader and truck, had made it possible  to bring the project to a successful conclusion.  Government grant- for the project had  been augmented by the organization of a  Country Fair, two Bingos and the sale  of-Centennial items. A- barrquethad i>een -  arranged when ten pioneers1 and their  guests had been honored. Mr. Ellis paid  tribute to Ed. Cook and Wm. Fraser who  did considerable work as Pioneer Committee.    .  The Centennial Committee had also  co-operated in Centennial celebrations,  such as the visits of the SS. Beaver and  the mine sweepers Miramichi and Cha-  leur. A party had been arranged .for the  "crew ol tlie ��>��>. .beaver and many resid-  .ent��Jif^he_Ji]^^  tertaihing and supplying transportation to  the crews of all three ships.  Certificates   of  Merit  were   presented  Petit. ' . ���'  .      ' -M  Mrs. Wm. Fraser accepted a certificate  on behalf of the Ladies' Auxiliary to the  Welcome.- Beach Community Association  who had made such an outstanding success of the Centennial Country Faiiyand  vyhp had always so willingly taken\over  the catering at all Centennial functions.  In thanking his committee for a job wcllV  done, Mr. Ellis said he had neve/ worked with a better committee.  The meeting accepted the recommendation of the committee that when all  accounts were settled, the balance of  funds available (approximately $80)  would be divided equally between Halfmoon Bay Recreation Commission and  the Welcome Beach Community Association.  Captain J^iry Williams said the comremittee could now declare "Mission Accomplished" and that alio residents should  feel a debt of gratitude for the work  that had been done. A vote of thanks  was tendered to Mr. Ellis who had chaired the committee through a busy two  years of hard work with unfailing patience  and  good  humor.  Following dissolution of the Centennial Committee, when refreshments were  RAISING   funds  for  the  Easter  Monday  Children's Sports ��ay, Sechelt Home- '  makers are ^presently holding a raffle  with prize's of a buckskin vest, $30 fqod  hamper, ^beaded necklace and 50 consolation prizes donated by Lisa "arid Ben  Simen Falvy of Continental Coiffures.-  The- Homemakers who have been busy  selling tickets in Trail Bay Centre wish to  1 h-ink Mr. Dick Claylbn " for"~ a Up wifig  them space in the Shopping Centre; Lisa  and Ben Simen Falvy for their kind donation and all ..the people who have supported the project by purchasing raffle-  tickets. The draw will .be held after; the  sports on Easter Monday.  Legislative  Comment  ���by Pat McGeer, MLA  GEORGE   Mussallem    (Social   C.r ecl'/i t,  Dewdney)  begged  Education Minister  Donald Brothers to "slow down the reck-  less speed of education. Is childhood gone  forever"? He went on to decry the teaching of sex in schools, "Sex is not a complicated  thing  at  all",  he  said.  "���IVbussallem, although a courtly and  chaiming old gentleman, is not educa-'  tion's most vigorous exponent in the  province. A few years ago he asked  "What's wrong wiih shift teaching in  schools?" He pointed out his own autorho-  Wv-icl, the table centrepiece was a "cake "^ dealership operated orra swing shift  -dec^ted^ki-^^ coaJdjaoL^ee-whsL^BhooLs^Q^  Centennial   '71   emblem.   A   warm   vote  of thanks was given to .the te.a convenors,  Mrs. Alex Ellis and Mrs. Ed. Cook.  TrtudTemT-Park^appenings  do the same. ��� "Who is going to teach  graveyard, George", called out Ray Per-  raUlt.' ,   '      '��� '���  . I couldn't resist replying to Mussallem  by saying the "Brake's-we're "being" applied"  so hard on education by the government  -SPORTS  The   tour   sports   houses   at   Madeira  held a  house  rally  on "Wednesday afternoon  and  choose  new  captains  and new  house  names. House  I is now called  the  ......Globe Trotters. Sponsor is Mr.  Wishlove  . and  the captains are: Kelly Mair, Martin  Knutson, Violet   Bilcik, and Glen Brown.  "��� 7     ���by Erin Hudson  oh' Thursday afternoon, March 16, starting at 2:00 p.m. The P.T.A. will be  holding a bake sale during the afternoon  and tea and refreshments will be served  in the activity room. Mr. Wishlove's chess  club   will   be   holding   tournament   finals  that smoke was coming out of the wheels.  Social Credit  has  pared  education  costs  in   RC    tn   \_.     \r.ry   hr>r)P ___  during the afternoon for the school cham-  pionship. The Cultural Opportunities Program   will  be   in  full  swing  during   the  House  II,  C.he.e.t^lis^wiih--M^^.--Siivev--as���aftemetOT~"atrd-^  British Columbia spent, less, per _ cap-:  ita on post secondary education than any  province in Canada including Newfoundland, New Brunswick, Prince Edward  Island, Quebec and all the other provinces in  Canada.  Dave   Brousson   (Liberal,   North   Van-  -Tcraver-CapilanbrTeyeaiedv'to... the ; Hxm.se-:  that $26 rhillion had  been given.by the  federal government as a final cash settle-  Togetherness  Co-operation between the School  Board, Sechelt. Elemeritary School  principal Mr. W. L. Reid arid the  Senior Citizens Association has  r-e-  Itulted^^iTT"seniur���citizens- enjoying-  Sechelt school's open area just as  - jnuclL j__ the students, JEALei\yjHi��_is_  enjoying the Sunday afternoon concert  presented    recently    by.  Mrs.  "Brooke's music"students. The spaei-  pus area with -carpeted floor, ancl  bright lighting makes for a comfortable, almost drawing-room atmosphere, just right for a happy family  gathering where the older folks can  enjoy the children's very delightful  presentation.  Around The Harbour  ���by Diana Bomford���phone 881-2440  WEEKLY fowling results TisrBbh Pock-"  rant holding the high single with 298.  Ron also took the high three game with  . a   762.   Orbit   De   Santalos   bowled .the  women's high "single  242.  Marilyn  Clay-  ���tott^M^���topptid-tl-xe-Jwon-ian.'siiigh....t.hi:Re.  enjoy  musical enterlainrtient  MEMBEHS of' Branch-(19 Senior Citizen's  Association are being entertained each  Sunday afternoon with a variety of interesting programmes, On March 5, fourteen'muHic; students of Mrs. G, L. Brooke  montnry School, many carrying guitars'  mid accordions,, and nave thejunior .citizens a very ha|ipy afternoon filled wllh  music,  Accordion soloists wore Leon Pros-  eouky who played "Coquettes Chatter"  and "Moiw.whoro my l.ovu";.Sharon JVU:  The team high game goes to the -Alley-  cats at 1081 and so does the team high  throe with their 3224 total score.  Worked out on the Peterson system,  the third quarterly results show the Al-  leycats in the lead having 19 points. The  Drivers are in second place with 17  points, Mooohers - and Road Runners 'tie  i'or third place with 16 points each. Larry  Spara holds the' quarterly men's "high  single of 324, Larry und Gaylord Merkle  1<  TTpecial meeting will be held ��� Tuesday,  March 2-l,v at 8 p.m. in the Community  Hall, if you can spare some time to aid  these boys please contact Mr.. Verne  Wishlove 883-2373 during school .hours,  hffhrp   this   mppting    Riigiihir��� mib���___p.i_  _srjibnsor and captains: Kelly ��� Lawrence,  Arthur Jensen, Lhevine Talento and Billy  Peters. House III, Tiger Cats with Mr.  Bulmer as sponsor. Captains are Tammy  ..' Brown, Donald Brown.. Yvonne Campbell  and S'eve Crosby. House IV, Fighting  Falcons. Miss McKee is sponsor With the  following   captains:   Bobbie   Reid,   Henry  __Su-udq.uistr Kelly-Reid���and- Todd  Maiiv-  Softball  is  going  to  be  the  new  sports  activity   for   the   next   session   of   inter-   m uraLgames^-... ������  see andtake part in[ ._seyeralpf tl^ actiyi-L  ties.' The gymnastics club will be putting  on a display of trampoline skills in the  activity room. The primary classes will  be carrying on art activities during the  afternoon. All visitors to the school are  invited to srjfn-the guest book and enjoy  themselves during the aftei-noon ^Open  House.  POSTER CAMPAIGN  The  Grade  VI   students  in  Mrs.  Sil-  TEA AND  DROP  IN:  -MadeTl-a, Park   Elementary   is   havjpg  ings take place at 3:15 p.m. after school  Mondays  in  the Community  Hall.  OUTAGES  B.C. Telephone has been experiencing  unavoidable minor outages in the long  distance facilities serving the Pender  Harbour, urea..:due..-...to the present road  construction. Residents are reminded of  the emergency radio Jocalpd in. the Madeira Park Fire Hall which can be used to  place any emergency long distance calls,  an  Open House  for parents and  visitors     litter!  vey's room are conducting an anti-litter  poster campaign. Come on Kids; let's-keep  our school and grounds clean and free of  Halfmoon Bay Happenings     ���by Mary Tinkley  -m-errtr-to"~the province for capital construction of educational and vocational -  schools. It was money the province had  nob, previously applied for under a joint  federal provincial programme. Brousson  wanted to know where the cash had  gone. Had it gone to the B.C.' Hydro or"  to another one of .the Crown corporations?   -When���would-..4he-money���finally���be  spent  fpr  building   the   educational   and  vocational facilities that it was intended  to provide?.'askejd'Brousson.         7  tile "Educa fiolT^MinTster" dfdn7t 'answer  .He..._ merely   said ; that   the   money   was  under the care of the Finance Minister.  ���^t*t-4iiatr-i^t-h^^  Bennett  controls  everything,  niiniiiii����.iM���UL_,MMJL ���__  Fay  Girard ��� remains  the ���holder  of -tho     tmy member of the Pender Harbour Fire      u"d Vancouver '  women.s  high single  at, 272  while Joan      nm���,.!.-���.-,* ana vancouvc ,  ST. PATRICK'S Talent. Night, last Saturday proved to'be one of the most successful events of,the season ancl drew a  diversity   of   talent,   from   as   far   off   as  "   f'Creek'  igl. single  Donley and Kathryn Ross tie fpr women's  high 'three each with a score of 029. The  ���Alloycats arc tho overall learn winners  with high game being 1180 and high three  reaching 3154,   , ... ���.  /rhQJasl.,,.rogiUiH7.nightof,,bowling4.wilL-..��gNoOKER  Department  BRIDGE'" "CLUB"   ���The Pender Harbour Bridge Club met  Tuesday for tholr weekly game ancl Eric  Antilla was the winner lor the evening,  The packed Welcome Beach Hall was  decorated in a design of green and white.  Centrepiece of tho gaily- decorated shuf-  floboard whh a basket of white heather  and   liUics-or-the-valley     set, off with  greenery. The walls woro gay with cut-  high single and high game score, with  Pat Davie and Gary Henderson - close  behind him, The teenagers are being  taught to score as woll as to bowl'. After  bdwling7they^returned' to the'JaiclriMer-  cers at Secret Cove for refreshments after  which they finished off ,the -evening  with records'and "pool Sponsors are the  Halfmoon Bay Recreation Commission.  SICK LIST  A number of residents have recently-  bo- Apr! 112: Playoffs- start-ApriI -10.  FIRE DEPARTMENT,, v  Tho Pender Harbour Volunteer Fire  'Doparlmont, Ian! Wednesday, look dell-  very of their new Wink truck. The 1902  1902 CMC MOO gallon Wmker will be  housed ni  iho A-frame In Garden Bay,  Kay who accompanied 'community Hli)M;  The i'iow'iy'TH>i!��l>��H��fl''   vohTulb^wlll ho  lug and played a- nolo "Gypsy Air";"John '  Branca  whoiio   rupoi.tolro   Included   "lie-  pa/,",' "LlechtiMiHhilner Pullui" and "UoIk  ;err-11'."Lee','7 ' - 7 -7    '  l'iano   union   wore   "The   Itchy   Aid"  performed hy Karl Neilsen; "Throe antl  fully ' oporatlohah followliiK "rifUlltlon' oT  plimiilng equipment, Those additions are  uxpuclud t_o lake 11 few days,  Thu.jTi'o fighting'oqiiiiJinoul..iiinv'witK  hIhIh ol' a   197(1 International  I'lro truck  hniuuid  In  Madolrn  Plfii'1.,  a   1902 GMg  "TfioTWoudH iul Fmianirby I'Tiirl .Antilla     lhe new tanljer truck and ����� 1042 vlntrt��Q" ' Iho micllo  und "Hun, lluir" hy Audrey Prtmcosky,, Ford  I'lro  truck.  The   lallor    three  aro ^ mniii   Niol  Selma Park Legion Snooker plnyorn  jx^maln.champions.for aiiothpr, week.after,  th'oy won six of eight games when veiling tlie Pender Harbour Hotel players  last Thursday, Next Thursday lho players  meet In Ihe Selma l-|ark Legion,  .���.LIONS.,CLU0. *-. -. ,,  ,  .���,. .The .newly 1'ori.ned ' Pender ilai;hinu;  Lions have chosen I heir find, project  coverluii   youth   sporls   In   /{eueral.   An  ���,aucllon���Halu��wlU* ho .��hold^at*4he^Coin--  ^liunlly Hull Sitturduy7 April ir id Vii'lHO  funds for  the project,  Antleles may  bu  viewed  al   (1:110  p.m.;  auel.hu,  starts  at  work of Mrs, Guy'Clear,  ���,,.The,,flrs,t part of. the, programme was. ,  iaken up by music studbnls of Mi'H. G, L'.  Brooke. Karl  Nellson, Bonnie Janiewick,  ICurl Antilla, Unda Christian all displayed  tholr talents on tho piano. Lance Parish,  Ginger Cumih.gham, RuskcII Cunnlnghuin  ancl Murjorlo MacKay played mui-le on.  the Rultnr, ��� Accordionists woro Leon Pros-  eesky, Sharon MacKay nnd John Branca,  Voice Htudonts who offered an Interesting  :;;-proi^nnimo^  'una Chicly Cunningham, Sandra Jorgensen and Louise Murphy, 1  ^^h^^#0^7innr3'5,,ay,,. Coutj)��m  from', Vancouver, vwho  111 1 /.ni-,1 n/,<,   r>...4   n,,.,,.u    ..   1.1.. 1. ...... ....        ..   '.v..  Is home at Secret Cove after a slay In  St., Mary's Hospital, but expects to go  bad;' for surgery hi "a' fd^ Vvebks time;"  Cindy Cunningham Is home and almost  hack to normal after two [weeks in St.  Mary's,  Miss Bessie May bee was resting at hor  Reclroofl's.cottage.last week-following an  illnoHH"of five incinlliH1 cliirhtion, Sho \\i\n  still nol. been able to return to hor Job.  Jkirl, .lames ^of Welcoine Beach' has  .unclbrgonu, surgoryiln'Vuhcouvor, ,.  IN 'DRIEP.-.-- , '  , -,  -Miw^3ltmch^'"McCmdy'-te���lwminiTfolr  -TH IE-  PENINSULA TIMES  IM��tMMM>fM����WWMMMMMMMWWf��^  III  Three nullar solos were "Country  Daneo" by Lanco' .Parish, "Wallr, and  Variation" by ���Ginger Cunningham and  11 Into piece played on tho guitar hy Uuh-  ���.Bell"��CiinnlnHhamf*��������w����*����l~^  Ginger    Cunningham    wing  "Mother    should contact   J'llna AVarnock   i)H%'>'uV<i  ������k,,i ^'^'^^^nnlnijhnwnvR-  >\'iim every Inch a sailor" apd 1.|iq hmllmi'       '    '  lion,'contact: Daii Bosch.in  monl, INlck Gorlek at l!ub,V Lake, or call  fllW-aillfl. IldniH can also bo loft al. Lloyd's  Hioro- liv Gai'don Bay, - u ��� '     ��� "   How  familiar  a,ro  you  wllh  JUpapV.  If you are between tho ages of 10 to Jil  WW*WW��*��lB(����t*f^^  iukT iiiilll^TiTnTunn a votTitTttluwl I"Thn  Mrinn"; "NmicihbU" wnn'miiiK |iy Biiiidrn  Jorijeniien and "The Dream Man" by  JLoulno  Murphy,  |)eli'dre r Murpliy'ii  pro*  Jliramme .of. uungii .���l(H!l'uded,.,',,Shunber  .Sontt'A��J��4My��.i,,^v,urU��7rhlngiilJ��,MUU-..'.,,Cun'-  ierhury Kj|lr", ' ������  housed al, the A-frame In Gardon Buy,  "EVENTS"'   The Community Club will bo holding  a  flea  nuuiceMiilho CjHllUlUllUyjJ.lail.^-.  April 1, Aiiyonewan^ u table rental  "liMiJN-'Jrilai^  i.doph��nU hiiUv-w11M(i^^mmrinmMn-'t Itit���^^^^  P.T.A.   hoolli,   proeeeds     H<��lng .towards     ^,7.;  An -('MH,,-Y  ���(!,mUml   w111   he , hold   to  hui'Hiirlt'H and nxlra   ncliuol euuliiniont,  guvo  an  exhibition of   baton 'twirling;  Wendy who ls already the proud owner  spending,.two wooltH at, the hon>o of her  sori Frank Ijv Coqultlam, Sho took care  of hor grandson, David, whWo his mother  of 14 trophloH for bii,ton ^wJi'l^H, loft ,|'or,    was In lioHpUul, ,      .    ���  , ,  Viiucou'ver early Sunday morning to on-       ^ OuuhLh of Charles Coatham last week-  t<,i,r yet another competition,. onU,   were    hln    daughter-in-law,   Olga  tm ftLMHWai tott** Hhf��MIR* ��fl�� CT��rf*'  OPENIWQ  FOR EASTER  TTME  RED ROOSTER  DRIVE-IN and  MALT SHOP  toroniHi:hhi)l)leH, -TuiilifUnnrnwinl- notivl'-  lies, spprlii i)\.,  KHHayH nuiHl huye a 'hihllp'/l|rapliy l(1uj  at*  Hr tjw*��^'ii*��4��M��(*iWd*'*'n*  DAVIS RAY  -. 7, -,'.,      ,noxt. i,o ������'  2 ,^  ,t .,,  tfUN CITY & SUNSHINE RENTALS  ��� '   /       ' Lota of Pqrking    - , -  ,7 11  o.m, r 11  p.ni.  qulpmont,  Con.tact Myrllu I'Vaiier ��n!l.��7lia fur llemit  to bo ilonalcd and an arrauneniunl .will  he mucin m have them picked ,Ufi lriicc:  The I'lrtil of a iierlcit (if-|ihow�� WUH'l'tUV  ��l lhe Community Mail when Hid l.ubb  nlarrlng John Wayne was nlmwn Hat,ur-  day evening, Watch I'or more iiIkiwh lo  Inlie place  A  H|h   ..  ,    Adull Comii'iunlly Band Is to bo present  ml at lho High School, April 1>  nnd Drop In" ul a p,m, durlnu Ihu.CuU,  DWIim 1 Hope lo See'and Learn from a  lural Opportunltlen l'rogrammeVThurtt- ��'     ''''D Wi.tapan   .       '  day, Mnrch  III, at  Madeira Park ruiuml,   ���'���^'hipan, the Itidimtrlal Cjlnnt  An Invitation in oxIciuUul lo nee and to    !,)l��lfo hi .lapau  p.irllolpHlc  in  the   variety  of  arl.-i  and Thcinn 'ontiayn  Muhmitled  will  Im ,���i.  ���achuol..��A...buka���^Jo,���wlU���bo.Ji��ld..durhifi-,.JJ^  y()trcoti lc|-wln*Oirw��lrtTaifa1^  1" ^? 3*1?^*}- .**S.^��1?!?V����A; .Mx^>.UB.���Kojm. Ar.a ^.lfln A und;.)yirr]am^  riin'tia of mUHle for community HlnglnM.     '        <���'���'������   ���Mrnr~ boron- -������ Shu W'-ivnd -M vnr' li'dr^Goolvj  with' .Vt��jceH7(|oJlKhlfuIly���blended,5iHan�� ,5  two duels, "Gelling to know, you1"'and  "Wooden Shoes and Happy lleartH", Mm,  Guy Clear gave two reuilatlouH, "farmer  ,,������ I,,,,     ��� 1'  1       ,.        -.-  " ��      Giles" and unoinor Which'explained the  m��neweum��uwm,Hn<u^^  ^'!"'l:1,,l.^IW,"d ��^HU)Ul��uluiUnH.Jii. .WInnor��Jnv.Uio...luolty-��ljamn)ok.-nunil)OH  kiHo thin imihiiHHiuloi'.  Auyuiie liilurested  lp  compollni! for  ho trip fihoulil apply in wrlling to, tho  vl'eiulor: Jlarhuiir..l,loiiH  Cluh fdving his  donii, doligidod wltiriTiirprcjfJiresH WlHolr*���  i\ow-h��mo-r4boli)H*.bullU,,by^ii/lorHttn.Xon������  Hi ruction of West. Vancouver.,,,      ., ,���  . ,  OPENING  MARCH  1  Mobile Home Park   :2_^,Now,^Accopting'^  ,.......,,,,.,Reservations,,....,,,,,.,,,  SECLUDED LOCATION^ '  "  AUl: SERVICES -' GROWING   MASON-ROAD���WEST-SECHELT.  next to school  J85-2375  c K   ill rfuiino  ,l,,WH"' ^'^H'J^n bo tl��,Vb^.,,HpnVHHtV��Mi'll;: houc  U...UUI, in.ml lUlino, ,   ��� - ��� "i��",v. form,,iu��a,b����.��iU����iaivpo(UMiontlv  irhm  concert  Hpiiiihiu-i'd   by   iho     written, --Piu'llrlpniftn1 whould  hnnd  Ihol'r  cMsiiys In lo Hay Kraft, Hocrotary of Mho  l'ender Harbour Lions,  before April '10,  the "Te�� and Drop In", /  Tlui nocund of two H,1J, -III annual vol-  Icyhall   louruaineulii   hetwecn. the . oltt-  mentiiry /^Irls lopk pli|ce al lilbsous l''rl-.  day, March I] will). UIIihouh winning and  Madeira l'urk'  placliiK third,  CUDS - ,t  ''     ���      ,  t iTwenl^-fuur culm are looking for help  "In" Joadorsji'ijj' i'li'im   our  community. ,,A  item/to/.. ^�� wy tM^JtimtnawwayHw*' *&4^^iiMiHi&^in_tmx>iW��x>_^^  ltd Ul lo llio lljialM,  o��nny-��^vllt*  Jky  dv��w wore Mrn, Mary WiKlkei'',''MrH. J,  WllllahiM and Hill l'VnHer, UefrenlunonlH  were, nerved hy Mrn. Win, Krasor, Mrs,  Jim 'llhoadon and; Mrn, O, I'otil, Miu  Frllz Leuclito wiih JVUnlresH of Ceromonlpu,  FILM SHOW  -1.TO  hp l��y cnurloHy of lho Aiuilrlaii KmhaHsy,  Tlie proHrammo will Include "On Wln��H  of' Honfi" recordhin lho volnon of the  Vienna Hoys' Choir, "Auf Wlodornohou  in Salzhur/i", with Ihoinusie of Mo/ai  ���^AiiBtTlfrt'HtTrlTwn^^mrt^^flpiftTTtKlr^nTrtlnir  Looking for a  ^��^m^it^0f<p��i��,B^^i^  The next film Hj.mwn,,ijiu.:.|!hur.mluy,.al   :WQIc()mQ,JjQachJllv[|..aL7.::i()���p.m.^wUU  . A (lerinan flrpi jiinns if) nlop' IiIioiicm  rhtHlnH hu1 ��t.|o����,t an hour each day ^  Ihnt 'lie hofiM and his Hlaff'cau coiiccn.-  Jrale, 00 Iholl- work, The dooree will np-  ply tcr bulb interiKil^iiiid-fiuifniinK'Tnlln,  and even piu'lniuti. have tboon artked ' to  rcsjHicl 1'liu' sIVcjil jjcrJod."  ... f ���  ���atih-'kll"**'*** W������qM*��Mgh|W|)MMian|IR.^9B|ii  HOWUr^Q  , , Ilowlluu nlitht for tho leonuftera, last  yaiurduy wiih iwinln li'nroai .hucccmh with  M how lorn laklnn part. Three I cams nro  .already made up ami h. In hoped to nol,  n fow moro- bowjors nnd mnko up a  fourth1 loam,;     ,:; "   ''  , Thi'oo Mtirnrn were (JmwIoc)  on  Sntur-,  , duy and Jidbblo Walthani lfiildo'/hoIJi ihe  4-W&-l7**��S<*t��>,1rt*-*Wl*  yj��  9f*mmnt*^**K^m  XXU  ���h 1 ,  ������,'..  7 .'<���  ' \ ,  ��� 1 t.i-.' ��,^'''.;  '    i'i* _ * 1 * 1. ,*'���'. f   '_.i', 1,  , ���... ,z < .1 \ . ,., ,lMu�� -   ���      '  1     ,,      ,   7     ���'^"��|^���1������ ;.',,     T  .*������    iif ..(.��Vr vl ' #Hi.��.|��'"  'V  <  r -V  r  A  t   *   t   *\  ;  ��� (^.'*i^.*ti ��.i  '* fl *��� *. ^ ^ ��! ipl V i  n * tM I n M*|tijii <��  ;���.)  , fi'- '11, 'Wi'VWWrn*.. *<-f*,fii!*\w��inp,��!*'i. "VI"M;,',".' iV'" t ir"',''  cv> ������ <*.��� - ��� !  HE^ENINS^LA^^^  SectioTmB  WedrtesdayrMarch 15,-1972  y.-eg- \:'.inad-tin  Graphic  Ind?i*sCTlB8-  20't -Aes.t,  oV. Ave..   .    J7      ,;:  Vancouver   l���.   -i.   C ��� . v   ���   v-���--^ei?,v4r^e--������^7���  Pages "1^8  -v  ___.  by Helen Dawe  )1D   you   know  painter,  that B.C.'s magnificent  aujhor and eccentric, Emily  Can, once summered at Sechelt? In her  hook "'She Heart of a Peacock" she tells  t'he'slory of Uncle Tom, a vulture she  Trcq"uiiTecl_m"7iYe���iTidtaTT-village-of Sechelt,  and. which she later donated to the-rzoo  ih Stanley Park.  -  Another great painter of our native  TTEirp^,���Mi+dred"Valley Thornton, also  wrote a bpok "Indian Lives and Leg- <  ends", issued in Vancouver \in 1966. A  colored portrait of Chief George of Sechelt, together with stories of Chief. John  ;iml  Thief Tom  nf Sechelt are  included.  High above road "levelT road~crews  are busy with drill rigs, blasting hills  of rock to make 'way I6r~~Uie" new  Hill   Removal .  road, also to provide massive quantities of fill ..for use elsewhere along  ffie route. It has been estimated that  the  project  will   take  years to complete.  about  three  If you enjoy coming across shell  references* to the local scene in your  general reading, here are a few books  which may not yet have come to your  attention.  The most recently ..encountered is a  novel entitled "This Spring's Sowing",  by Marianne Brandis, published in Toronto by. McClelland and. .Stewart, in. .1970.  The heroine lives in a cabin described  tip���trrerTOast;-bertweerr-Gibsons-Land���  ing and Sechelt", about seven miles from  Sechelt,. apparently at Roberts Creek. The  story is told in the form of a journal  .written by a school teacher during the  last months of her life. Our Western environment is not particularly well observed and thq author's style is still immature, but 4 Peninsula residents might  like to read the tale, because of its set-  ting.  son, published in Gibsons in 1963. This  is a conjpilatidn of short ��� pieces about  court! ry life, many of them concerned  with people and places on the Peninsula.  "The Birds of Vancouver" by John Rogers, published in 1971, contains a section  on how_JVlr-Sr--Norman Watson attracts,  and cares for hummingbirds in her garden at Sechelt. .4  Titles marked with an asterisk are  avauaoie in the Times Bookstore, Cowrie  Sireet," SeclTeltT;/.'  _ ��� ������      ;   B.C. Lions Society .  iffidgrtako^^  BECAUSE there are over 25,000 disadvantaged children in British Columbia. And because the British Columbia  Lions Society for Crippled Children recognizes it cannot extend total individual  ore - requirements to every child in  B.C., to the. age of twenty-one.  .   This Society therefore undertakes to:  4, |  I  I  I  I  I  I  ���  I  I  ���r  DBNE & RELAX  The  WHSSPERBNG PIECES  OFFERS BOTH  ��.     Delectable Cuisine   4      Relaxing Atmosphere and      Waterfront View  Meals  Daily  Snacks - Luncheons  BANQUET FACILITIES"  by reservation  (closed Mondays)  885-9769  ���  ���  i  ���  ���  ���  ���  ���  A.  -wt$_jrnt_*inri_'m~'Hmi,mr'im**mmmMuma**ta*tmmmmmmmmmmmmr  1. Provide~noUs'"transportation to chip-  dren who cannot ride conventional transportation systems���38 units are currently  operating in 7 different cities in B.C.  2. Provide transportation to Vancouver  from all points within B.C., and the Yukon, to children who must come to Van--  couver,  B.C.  for  special service.   _3. Provide, shorlf tfijem accommodation  in Easter Seal House for the parent and  Back in 1903 Frances Herring publish-  tteTr4rct"ar��raTr^^  ada under the title "Among the People  of British Columbia, redt. white, yellow  and brown". One of her chapters is headed up "Great Passion Play produced in  L-ahteaa-uc���hy���-fiprheU.   tribe   nf   Indians".  ~~~Roanj* Work Progresses   Some indication of the massive job Haibour. Numeroub bends die being  facing highway work crewsas rer'^cut'bffTanJd vast, quantities of rock  construction of Highway 101 goes fill is being utilized to build up the  ahead between ^Sechelt and Perider    new road over deep ravines.  Greatly concerned  opular forestry exp  Action Canada can-1-  The ieal intciests of moie than. 2 million _  British  Columbians- have- -been- -witfrgnL  representation  in    the' national    Parlj.a'-  menti We-triilst- have-alternatives. ;    '��� 7 "  "I would like you to know I have always been a Liberal but the power group  in Ottawa are hot Liberals. lam, "therefore,.'a disenchanted Liberal, and ��� this  places me in the company of a great  "number- of good Canadians^   ._2.__.  I'I have.,3t.u^ie4.,ihe. proposals of At��  tipn uCa-hact B.��a:nt4y:f��pmimy4f.discu^ioi*..in  -Ottawa'Witli Paul Hollyof1, I'believe Can-  This event occurred  during  a  large  gathering of bands at Chilliwack, where "a  '"^^TT'r^tty nltnr .**__ h.r>.^n ih.  mpes,  approached by three steps. Thig had be'en  arranged  by'_the._Sechelts,  a  tribe  from  the  sea-coast. ' Father Cherouse   told  us  i__lhese _ were ....his   most intelligent   tribes,  __and -from -them-^were drawn-the perform���  ers of the Passion Play."  The  book  includes several good group photographs of.  participants in trie play. The publication  ^ats-Iprrg  been,, pji,t..J>f,,., print,   but ...it is,,,  possible   to   pick   up   copies   in   antique  book shops in places such as Vancouver  or Victoria. '. '  .  "Cross   in- the��� Wilderness",���.hy_7Kay  -.Cronin. niihlislied���m-TVancouvei^-jfl���1^60y  child who must stay in Vancouver, B.CT  -����i~-diagR��!��Sy��-assfissm6nlT-��<^^  treatment.  'L-Prqvide a summer camp experience  in one of 3 summer camps in three separate locations within B.C.   5.   Provide   assistance   to   indiy'du^-s'  Treat=  Vaie  ANYONE?  Interested in Joining Elphinstone  Flying Club . .7 For Social and  ������Stimulating Relaxation���������  PHONE  886-2 5j55_-' 885-2153  after 6:00 p.m.  and    groups���Surrey    Children's  ment   Centre;   Penticton     Happy  School;  Victoria  Swimming Program  for  -Handicapped" Children and~Adults, Vancouver Island Cleft Lip. Palate Clinic;  ancf Individual P^tiehT Care7    7 "  ^NON^tYiNG-MEMBERS-  WELCOME  Elphinstone t-iytng Clair  ....  ��� ^e^nfwwM\tv_w^Kngtt_wuvimnm_n^t_v_mMn^9m_--mm^_,  contains an excellent photograph of the  Sechelt Indian brass band in 1890, the  men dressed in splendid .uniforms. The  author says, that, in 1890 Bishop Durieu  was presiding, over a gigantic gathering  of Indian tribes at Sechelt to mark the  fQUnaL.jdedic^liDJi.^oi__Lbje iw-in-kmerei  church   just   completed   on   the   Sechelt  ���tleseijye. ,     ���,_.-.,-���      'l- ���'  '   '  "-  '  ���  ,''��Mi,:'L7H."RobeTts,"or the "family for  i;ji;fl��^V;;44t-it',.!.-i\va'?  yy-i  SPEAKING :^ 9arr not long  "     Vancouver,' .\veli-known   British   Col- ' survive, the impact of a tax burden on  urnbian forestry expert, Ian Mahood, an- its resource, industries that is unrealisti-  nounced his intentions of'seekiqg, a candi- ;%lly' highy simply becauserot badly ad-  dacy'. ift"'lHe" ne&^ederai"^ ���'���"'-  )n"o^^in>"f7AptVon^e^nadav7Qvi'tlimng-his-  :ada he'eds-Mlierefoi'e B-.C.  needs���Action  Canada's 7th~fuSt7  "In; the forthcoming federal  election,  l^dTpyJ^cTon^hi^  tee tor Action Canada in B.C.  "In .this I ani joined by a distinguished  group of, pi-itish. Columbicins from all  walks "of life' 'whcralso see' Action Canada  lacy _   .     _...  ;-"-''Saskatchewan7~which~-onee--had-un~.--,as.rtiie--only -yiablg-way-for-Br-itish-Golr���    .    .  reasons' "for entering^ the'' political-arena��� de'l'-deVeloped^^^^^ .umbiana~to-make~a---constru"Cti've^onTri~"' yearR-  ll  '��  ��  thoroughly  charming-ao  whom Ko,berts Creek is named, pubtistiCd'  "The Trail of- Chack Chack1'-in New  York in 19o"8; His reminiscences about  settlers on the Peninsula eai'ly in the century, pioneer buildings, -and--transportation on the lower coastline and Sechelt  Inlet, are contained in Volume one.  "The Curve of Time" by Mrs. M.  Wylie ,'Blanehel, was 'first published in  Britain in 19(11. but records much earlier  ho said: ' . , .   "I'' believe "'Prime^ TMHuster' TrudeaU "  dfnd his so>eulled backroom super group  arc leading our country on the path of  social, 'cultural and economic ruin.' I  have reached the conclusion Mr, Trudeau  Urom British Columbia.  '   ''."It is1 because of these deep concerns,  all of which involve the future of Can-  .^du,ulhnl I say most, of. .the. 15 .Liberal  MPs from British Columbia nnd all B.C.  '.'cabinet ministers have' failed to represent  'IBritlsh  Columbia* within   Confederation.,  grants to build a foundation for economic  '���'"-sejli-sit'fftciencyw ���������-������-" �����<������<���.���>���> ^."i- '���> ���-....  "British Columbians caif support that  kind ot national co-operation.  '"The Premier of British Columbia is  .,...- . absolutely  correct  when  he  speaks  out   has.,simply,.)o.st<,hJ4V.,grip,and>j,he ofU<fi,y^faaUffc: TradeaU'$ ,'mi.s.usQ and,.abui,e,  of Prime Minister of Canada Is simply too   'of, the' tax equalization dollars sucked out  big for his boots or should I say sandals? ��� - ���  "I  am  not  going  to stand  idly  by,  I intend to do what 1 ��� pan' to prevent  "I,, am .going.., to.... fight to .keep. British  Columbia a part of Canada, which, is to  ,    ,��� ..---',*iin,v>"go'lWfi^""fS"^figlit"f6*v "nttrviV'hl.  of Canada as a whole.  "I, want tho Confedoratlon of Canada  once 'again' to bo a piaoa whoro:  1,'Tpo   individual   haH   tho  broadest  freedom of choice wilhln his rights mi-)- ,   dei'illiu law. ^"'y'.     "     \ , /^  1 ^/Jl.'hci'O lii reduced tension nnd  i|v  o^eatjed.HluWllty for people ancl for 1>iim1"  -��wh��88VM6Uhat*^9u^    ilMo-CaiHvcllanH'tbfprpHpei^H*   ' 7"j;  n' slptWni onuhlo  , :',.8, TWo can bo free oI' the bui'densonie  Turoiuicl-acy that Is stifling all Initiative  , iukI .whqvo wo ,can rovorno, tho dangofoiis  'ebhcoritnutioh'of |)bwpi' In llio hands,;of   ''  'voinoyo, l'ncompotont lyciry, towor droan)-  ora In Qttawa.       !  '',J'���t������,'4.',"WhQ��,Q,l'���tl\'Q'''WlVfloJ''am��^1or���"drtn���"pupp.()l't, '  hlii family by putting food on his table    ,  at a rcasonalile' price with an' assurance   <,  n Wi.i"i W(_mwn\nin'~\\i\ Ir ^/M^liipvonfio-'ur^otf^hv*''"11  bution in Canadian affairs.  11',l'flh. ahiiourioihg'tha^'r'wiirseek'hbini-  hation  as  an  Action   Canada   candidate,  I have the honor to be tho first person,  in Canada  to make  such an  announcement,  4  .- ^ 7'The, significance, of; the fact ..that-this  first announcement, which will be followed by many others across Canada; is  made in Vancouver; It means tho impact  of Action Cunadiv wi)l start in' the West  ��� and i gather momentum us it, moves East,  with the ashuraiico that .the East will al  last gain a strong Western partner lo  build for' Canada's future."   ,  tlViTruvd"prlCQ"winitoirihcrcnRO"WQclr|)y  ,wook,  ���A Oi' Whoro- young .people,'.cun: i'cel ,'n  senile,of opportunity,and participation In  1hfl"'(|avalopinoiH' "of,,, I luilr - owiv cotmto," |)  i)llher"nM ninoinlior' of lha! buHlnosii com-,"i|!'  inunlty or iim omployues of a bimlnoss (hat,   '  Ih Canadian ownud and niiuiagcd,  ,"1   think   there   Miro many-   divisive ���  fovc��n*-ln- thQ.-natlon;.'iuul-ohO"<ol'-..-tlHi ���tvU.,  groaUmt Ih U)u,'i,mnln of allocating lho tax   , ���,  money ' taken - from  Hi'MIhIi ' Coliimlilu,   ���  Alberta and Ontario for use in other pro-   >  vlneoH.  7'Quoboc,'which golti '17%,,Ih noli a  reMHirco'pnor provlhco. Valuo oMln mlno-  rnl 'production  If?  nlmost   doul)lo   H.C.'fl  in alno moro than double B.C.'h, While  B.C,���;has^rQHOUrcQ���4manugQn.ent��.,aiKUva  HOtirco roplucomont pronrainnuiH lhat aro  unmlvpam'cU any whoro ,ln- thu^.W.o v l,d,.  Quohoc hait lho vvonit; Public" revenuus  jfi'onx retiuurco ,niai)agciuont provide for  a. major pari 'nf Jlriilnli Columbia's iinr��  "~TTlcfl'^nwHrrTttt^TtsrQnnlift^  vbuuoiii4,��r��1..��-.Uny��.pm'^<>(-i(ijVBm'vico*'(1Q  lliclr cIiIwuih, Tho prolilem jn QUnbcc lit  poor Hln\vanlnhlp, Jnwtead    of  luuidoutH  tfwfeci^fiwmwrwiFAw^flinwa mhh*  ^*ww��ii��i-Jmwii4������w^*��^  count of the many summers during which  .she and. her children liyed. and .explored  thp B.C. coast in a small boat, Her chapter entitled "A whale named Henry"  'describes-their'tripdown"Sechelt Inlet'to  Porpoise Bay. This book can be highly  recommended as a gift to distant friends  ���who would like to know something? ql�����  the atmosphere'of our coast,,  "Of Days and Driftwood", by Laura  Linton, an amateur naturalist, was published In Detroit in 1064. It describes  life ln-a-coltagei-atil-i,Robert,s-ereelcri-tho~  HiUTounding boach and sea and woods,  and lho talents and adventures of neigh-,  bors, " "'"''  "'""'."'"" ������-'���"��� -'  Will Dawson's "Ahoy There", issued  In Toronto In 1055, Includes a section  on Ponder Harbour and its modern pioneers,  ,     Miss Margiu'ot iMcIiily,i!C1^.H,,:..prcsldcnl,7.  of S(M!holl7.wr(Ho4ha'l-'li  IJghiful "Place of Quiet, Waters", published  In   10(10  by, Longmans Canada, Tho,  ocale Is an-unnamed island not loo far ��� -  i'ronr Ponclor Harbour,        ' '*'5 ''  Although   Lostor   Potorson   publlslied  ���^y*���^.Immal-iilatatty^^  Story" In 10(12,, tho aroa , up e'oiwt., frohi  Gibsons to.Ponder Harbour has hot boon  ho woll served, Groat crodll must bo glv- ,  on, however, to llio HtuclontH of ��� Klphln-  fitono KSocondnry'SclKVol'for lho 11)50 bdl-"'  tion of Iholr annual, titled "Milestone". .  TIiIn complliUlon Is, copiously llluHtrated  W11 lroav irtilWttWrTillWTTf 1 il^^iipfp^-f*  Ilow.o Sound to Joi-v.Ih lnlot and tho taxi  "~rQlnton-hlBliUKhiB*from*-tlio*ltlniory-bf','AU'i*J  ,..J.!itl���H,naJl._.lion,hiunltleH   aloiij)   lho   local  coiiHtlliiu.      y   '   _ "''"    "'7 "7  The foiWolhg 'bound ' bo'ol.H .aru but  a Holcciion (if Uiuhu which could bo llnlod,  in addlllon (hero,.aro many magazliui  -artielcH and pamphlotn,' Ono of 'lho Int-"  -.Usr:.j^-ii1e-currpnt��travel-fiuide-,,Sun.'ililno  Coasl Whereabouts". Another, pnporbound  Is "Autumn Mavcs" by Phyllis M. Hodg-  IMM����WWW����MMMMW��W��yWlilv*)����WW��yKWW������W��^  A'tcir.vaSs'bf'the7eritire7Sunshine-Coqst:willbe'Concluctecl shortly  fpr subscribers to this popular calendar.  ^���^Pehde'rHarbour'U-ipns-'wil|x'anvasa-dbwn.':-tO'-Halfmoon--payr-*~    ���--  Just $2,00 and your birthday will be printed on the calendar.'  Merchants to offer certain banuses. ;*  ~i'5r?Ta^ev^���S!VV^^V.rn?A^f-.;i'-S*j,iV4;-f;  Local groups invited to, participate.  I  i  DOGS R0HHIHGBIG 6M  Owners of do^s take notice ifiat from -March 8th,  1972 to September 1st, 1972 in the area of Sunshine  CoasMrarjiX^^  servation Officer or Gojristabie vyithout Mability may  destroy any dog found running at large and harassing  big game (deer)��   ' ,- -.-- ��� t.,...,*M,4..,,.,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,4, ,���...������., ,,,,.,.���..,,  '��f��H>l"l ��*M1t'��H'l"']^��l ���  ��^IWWWW)l<l|>W^J^BWflll|NWi  tte^!$#m&**����KMm f *,ftt*fJw  T����"JwWi��WfetiWWP'W.^^  Pircctor FJsfi a, Wildlife' Branch  ^tm..H t������h Jt������l)u 4**  .*M*M��*ftMMt��***4  TOTEM CLUB  BINGO  FRIDAYSr8:00-p;m  INd��AN"''��Ai:r7r~  JIM AND EVA SETCHFIELD  announce the' sale "of ","1"  -n*****  W*#Wtf^��#4iW*ll>WWWJ  winMWftt*  M��4��ff  4.4-  * do nov'Huy thin bocaumi I cilniikb   Jn'������(jovornmont:nnd.Industry,'. Inn S,'; ho wlU'-cbnlOBL  Lho pooplu of jj'l'ouch.' Cahadu,' but bu��r  Mahood. liap uunouncud Ills lutcntlqns  Jackpot $300  $75 TO GO  ^  DOOR PRIZE v.^'  ^l^l��^l��^)^l^>^V^OO^K��^^WWfl^^^^r��*V^'>,y|'''',''''l|',''*,*  $[A VIEW MARRET, Roberts Creek  1 ' '' \ ' i '  ������"i��''"��'ti>'����^TQ  \m&mmmim*#mm��*4mfi^**^i  't��.��i MH��n��i��tW��M HHMW ^ww"  We wish then) every success and the continued patron*  age.giMHmQnvlc^sl^      of past years, fowhom vve ,  , na�����..r">*"i(i i^^-i ^,,1   i    M'  ,"  i     < uU? \t*  ��� f,'iifl in'i  ''ii'"   ,ii'i'ri'iii.'iiiiiiii \'\\,t\ftm  i       ",   ." i.;       owe thanks.  I '��!',  . '.  i��Iim'.��     '*.  .,      J.��.       4,,  ''I  ,  -4 f.4.  ..,,.  I    <ii l',,H<  "#^+W-m*,iW*aW^>&9atfntT9ite&mirht&iW!^^ WiW^iiW>WftWi!*;Mti)iFW*<��  t  \  Wt*^*(*#)aw*W*^^  mmmmmmmm  V  ��  ,��*l  Jl�� J  I     '     '<  t��mtomm<to<aiimm<4m!*mw  Smmm  ~2,  fflJBgSgj ":"' )u'^(,,7j  fiHitiint v,',!iWI,i,\  i, * i, >    i * ',  , '���   t" *  ���Wi'-  i'i       i * '   Ci        H  tyt'fl*  i��W'  4     .   , aij>itwwminnniTnimnrriT'BTiTiTriTiT»iiji.ixu-u^ '
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Page4 B-2 Thfe Pepihsula Times      Wednesdoy, Morch 15,1972
Around Gibsons
—by Marion Charman, 886-9862
MRS..H. B. Metcalfe had as guest for.a
few ..days her niece, Miss Walton from
Vancouver. .Qn Monday last week Mrs
Metcalfe celebrated her 89th birthday
She received rhany lovely cards, flowers
and gifts and enjoyed a happy day when
friends visited to express their love and
good wishes to this gracious lady. Mrs
Metcalfe has been a well-liked and much
respected resident'of trus~~cormwtf.ity fnr
52 years. Mrs. Metcalfe maintains her
loyalty ' and interest in the Anglican
Church and she has been active in the
Women's Auxiliary of St. Bartholomews
Communion services are occasionally
htjil   al   her   home.
Mrs. Nora Haley, who is a. pationl in
St. Mary's Hospital, is remembered with
good wishes by  her many  friends.
Mrs. Doris Drummon and Mrs. Doris
Skeliett accompanied Mrs. Moliie "Ken-
nett to the airport, in Vancouver when
she  left  to make  her home  in  England.
Mrs. Kennelt has been a popular and
well-known resident of Gibsons since
1946. She worked in the old Elphinstone
Co-Op on the waterfront. Over the years
she had been employed in shops in Gibsons and up-the. hill. More recently she
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Cedars  Inn - 7 p,m. - MARCH  20
(8 p.m. if not attending dinner)
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(Manager—B.C. Chamber of Commerce)
_     Mr Daltori will talk in developing objectives for our chamber in relation
I    to the needs of-4he^community,-Please_calL85.6-22-31 to .reserve tickets
for the .meeting by Friday, March   17.-.
union Conditions
helped  at   the florists.
Mrs. Kenne^ who prior to coming
to Canada 'had, taken part in many operatic plays in the old country, gave of her
talent hepe when she was a member in
th^ che-if of the late Canon Oswald at
St. Bartholomew's Anglican Church for
many   years.   She   was     an   enthusiastic
member of the ladies' Scottish Country
Dancing group here: a former—Legion
member,   and    a   member     of   O.A.P.O.
""BraTruh   38r~Atw^ys~t5rtght-—eheery   and
friendly.she is greatly missed  here.
At. St. Mary's South Hill, Vancouver,
on Sunday, March 5 the young "son of
Mr. and Mrs. H. Walters (nee Patricia
Wood) received the names Christopher
Charles. Rev. Denis Morgan (formerly
of  St.  Bartholomews, ,Gibsons)   was   the
" "officiating  clergyman: ■ Among" "those   a I- —
tending the ceremony were the maternal
grandparents of the young principal, Mr.    __..
-and   MTST-Jxirnt "W66T~of" GlBsonsT The~^T"
baby's   aunt,  Miss  D.   Norfield   of  North
Vancouver; Rev. and Mrs. D. Harris from
Bart-oi-4he Gibsons Wharf (government floats')   sa^k^7^turclHy~--and
Only minimal support . . .
Chamber enjoys position of influence
Fibreglass septic tanks are light
>.) - easy to handle.
flVflll ARI E   AT  YOUR   LOCAL
THE   Gibsons   and   District  Chamber  of    the control of it."
.Maple: Ridge and Mr. and Mrs. D. Daws,
Recent visitors to their country home
on Metcalfe Road, Roberts Creek, were
Moe   and   Inga   Nissen,' son   Mark   and
Comrherce~""enjoys a position. of influence in the community it, doesn't deserve, according to local Chamber president Mike Blaney.  -■-'■■-
^.He cited such organizations .as village
friend Paul, all frorn Vancouver. , '. cpvmcil ,_pnd the government* in Victoria, -
1 Mrs. Norm Berd^hlttfid Pierre,,^Jsitea^rwhfei*^ognizeWi^i Crftentter, "when "^
'Bob and Jackie" Burnett and Dwayne at ^ isn't  truly representative". '    •
Ladner  recently. : y ..«grS,e_GjMrf^feejffc
' In determining the organization's long
range objectives, he suggested it consider
the-wishes* of the? pefjple of the area with
-resped. _tp industrial industry ,vs tourist
industry; or "a" compromise of- -both;
"which of course, is ideal."
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Among .projects ,.the\ Gibsons, and. DistrictChamber of' 'Cemrnerce  h&\te  been
...vities. . - --.  -	
"The Chamber in general should be
aware of the desires and needs of-the
people," he° concluded. "If it did then the
natural ,benefits we are seeking would
follow.'"' - -~-- .         "": --
Gamma   Globulin   made   from   blood
collected, by the Red Cross is. used Jnjhe-
Former Gibsons and Sechelt residents,
Mr.  and  Mrs.  Alf  Clarke,  now  of Win-
lield in the Okanagan,.ha,d their. d	
(Vi)," Mrs, Durnoriceau" from- Surrey- visit
them for 10 days. Alf Clarke returned
home from hospital in Kelowna where
he underwent surgery. He is now recuperating,
Mrs.  Norman Kruse and Miss Susan
Kruse,   along   with   Mrs.   R.   Kruse   and '
son John, are enjoying visiting relatives
in England this month, tt~
Relations''"fr'offi~Vancouver who came to
visit at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Fred
Kirkhanvto help celebrate,Mr..Kirkham's,
Oflth birthday were his brother and sister-
in-law, Mr, and Mrs. Kirkham, nephew
R, Kirkham and w.ifc, nieces Mrs, Joyce
Dunwoll and Miss Mac Kirkham, To make
up three tobies of bridge (a game which
Mr,  Kirkham greatly eirjoys)   the oul-o-
'fie. objections other than short range projects/'    Mr,  Blaney said,  "and these are
created by us."
More private members (those representing no organization or group) as well
as representatives of larger businesses
are needed^Jie-said the Chamber today
has only"""minirhal support from various
groups in the community. There were 28
members   at   the   last   meeting   and,   ac-
(creating and manning the tourist booth,
as  well  as brochures);  a yearly  salmon
stallation of a makeshift boat launching
facility in conjunction with village council. The facility has since been washed
"r~think-th'e-Chamber should seek to
develop the natural assets of the area
consistent With ..the_.realiUes. of ....our ..git-,
uation," he continued. "We have to tem-
preyention   or   modification   of   nieasles,
mumps, polio and infectious hepatitis.
Supply Companies of
Septic Tank
I jj.j
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Support Peninsula Industry
„cording...to.-Mr,31aney,_eyenJialLof„those„^.per..our„ideaiistic principies With economic
probably weren't paid up members."
"Other than tourism," he continued,
"which I feelf we &re handling in an excellent manner, we just act, we don't
He said' his group has got to ""begin" to
tackle problems that face the community,
"At  meetings,  tho  group  usually  re
town guests were joined hy,Miv and-Mrs—1^'"^
Hansen, Mrs. M, Fromager ancl Mr, and
Mrs, W, Davis, Thore was a special cake
■ for the happy occasion and a gift was
presented from local I'riondH, Many hove
called in lo bring tholr good wls'liot, to
this remarkable gentleman, in fact the
social   gatherings     have   continued    all
,   week,.Saturday afternoon folks were still
VtT"moi^1.i^s7'''"He referred to the proposed Gibsons bypass, Tho Chamber sup-
porlecl village - council's .stand ■■■■ on the
route, but lhat was before publlo outcry
"Wc have since loft lho issue abne,"
Mr, Blaney added, Ho also mentioned tho
"Intolerable parking situation and plan'
dropping - Iit •to--(rffer-follcltatloi)R;, about'   "lng in the lower part, of the, vlllaao.""""
100 people stopped by during the week.
Mrs, B, .1, Basey  from  Vancouver is
,    Guests, of Mr., .foul Mrs. Nelson- Moore
were Mr. and Mrs, Carl Wleklund from
Flllrnoro," Stiflk,   ..7   7
Mrs, Nolson Moore attended Vancouver Burrard U, G.- Presbytery mooting at Deep Covo United Church,
Vlslllng at lho home of Mr, and Mrs,
Kon Swallow -waH tho ■ laltor's mother,
Mrn, Johnson from Vancouver,
The United Church choir in enjoying
compositions In pi'oparallon for lho lilaslor
-HoaHoii,,.Mi'h, Han Vornon In assisting
Weokonc' '     	
„ ,,,...,,He, said thaU certain .executives. of, .last*
year's and previous year's Chambers have
given   an   all-out   effort   on   a   personal
,. basis ..but,yi.,, don't, feel, the ..effects  of.....
Individuals have ever been  co-ordinated
under  effective  Chamber  of   Commerce
'"I^v7Bj.'aiiey niso stressed the ''parochial
"'attitude of*the,upper"vsiower"'morchants1"-"'
as being a big problem for his group.
..,....,-, '.'The businessmen of our area surely
realize lhat tho steady development of
both shopping aroa.s would be to tho
overall benefit of tho whole community,"
ho said, "Both shopping areas should ho
developed  to compliment each, other.  I
—feel-thin attitude-of;pnrochiaHsm" ia dylnp
out but that an effective program of
rehabilitation bus not yet boon dlscusROd,"
„..„„Aiiiong,.»Uilng8,,.he.,iolt,mtho,,,Chamber .
should bo 'doing* wnH"maklng Itself- being
felt »L council lovol (and added that othov
organization!, should bo doing likewise);
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Tho   president,   stressing   that   these
wore only his personal feelings and not
-Routed- 'the • local   organization" develop"
some .,long-range.. objootlvoV for, tho area,
''Development is going to occur In the
ntlonsl attempt to hove some Interest In.   lions oh budgets and other council actI-
.weekend giiosts at tho homo of Mr,
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, .*,.. V   .  fel. . it.J,,  i'Yt. T7T. y Wffft^M:  mmmma_,mm*mmmmmm_mm_mm______________-________________ -tnnffinnrtonnnnirifinnnnnnnnrinnnnr.nnnnnnnnr  Box 739,  Gibsons, B.C.  886-2121  At Horseshoe Bay . ._.  Gibsons Chamber wants  terminal walkway covered  -THET GIBS&NS^and-District Chamber of  Commerce is apparently concerned  over the uncovered walkway at the  Horseshoe Bay terminal of. the B.C. Ferry Authority. ���  In a letter, sent last w,eek.7to the  general manager ' bf lhe Authority, the  Chaniber asked the intentions of the  Ferry    firm l p    lPfiarrling 1hp    pnndnir-tinn-  of a covered walkway at the terminal.  "The walkways of the other terminal  are appreciated by pedestrians," the letter read, "and we feel that the Horseshoe Bay terminal, being a central terminus,' should also have one."  In other business, *a letter, under the  signature of Chamber president Mike  Blaney, was forwarded to Sechelt Motor  Transport Ltd;, asking that the company's  ~T5uses STop^al some point close to Georgia  and  Granville streets  in  Vancouver.  "It. has been brought to our attention that the run to Vancouver is only  making one st^pp before terminating at  the terminal," wrote , the Chamber. "It  is felt this is causing an incovenience to  your passengers, particularly the elder  pa<;gp>ngpr<:���who must walk���a-^-e  able distance to the core of the shopping  area."  Another letter was sent to B.C. Telephone Company inquiring about the feasibility of creating a toll-free telephone  area from Port Mellon to Earl's Cove.  The local group feels the existence of  two toll, zones in the market area (Port  Mellon to Halfmoon Bay and�� Halfmoon  Bay to Egmont) 'is, .not-only expensive,  but also inhibitive to the district's growth  IF Jo-Ane Rottluff and the rest of the  Sea Cavalcade execs '< aFe ~sportin|~  toothy grins these days, they have every  reason" t07Last~we"el^s"standing roomonly'  crowd at the Athletic Hall in Gibson-  vihe provided.jenough-enthusiasm to keep  10 Sea Cavalcades going. And contrary  to what we thought (women being what  they are) Mrs. Rottluff did a super heavy  job. of chairing the meeting. It wasn't a    dragged���out��� affair���by- any- meahsr  And -   is -Port Albefni when wTyereTwith' one  isn!t it nice to -know "that ��� the-'Athletic- of ''vthose"'rdatiies7"''Sbm'e','of"tKe^clt"y^s'^re��-  pened  before  and  it's  bound  to  happen       .,.  "again7e\<ln'TF^^ * ^  crews come in. to shoot a series ofpro-  grarri arid sonie of the local"'natives"figure  it is the best' thing that ever happened  to their municipality. When the episode  is put on the; idiot box it comes out a lit--  tle different and it could step on a top  or two SQmeAyhece---alorTg^the line.. We  are saying this because_ja case in point  Wednesday, M��ch-T57~1972 v       The Peninsula-Tims*  *<-  "P��g^rB=3^  BGTE~presideni^o^peak=^on^teachers-difficulties  THEJPRESIDENT^ of the BritishJ^lum-   'nec_essi.ty._,briei,  "Bia Teachers' " ""    ertson,   will  be  "Feaeraribn.'Adam Rob- Full details of his visit will be avail-  visiting    the  Sunshine     able to the, press and publib next week.  Coast Jo speak on the-province "wide~dif^~ ~��  ficulties   being   encountered^   in   British  Columbia.  This  meeting will  take  place  March  23,  The Sechelt Teachers' Association, the  local branch of BCTF, in announcing Mr.  Robertson's visit, said that while arrangements have not been finalized it  hoped, that as large a' number of parents  as possible will be able to hear the president discuss the -edueationa4-situatTOn-4n-  the province.     ' . .  "The- demands, ot. MrTTfobertson's province-wide public appearance schedule  are very heavy and his stay will be of  ARE YQ0 IMPLGYFJ)!  VISIT  IBPS  PORT MELLON LOCAL 297  OFFICE  (Behind DeVries Carpet shop on Highway)  6:00 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. Wednesdays  10:00 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturdays  Bring your Unemployment Insurance problems  You can also register for available jobs  We might be able to help you  &ursmr_vir_vjMj^^^  *  I-  ELSON'S GL  a=ASS~AI4P MIRRORS^CUXJXXSIZE.  Specializing  in  Mrs:  Association hall is no longer big enough  to house the Cavalcade meetings? Branch  109 Legion has come through with an  offer of its hall, and that's where it's  at from now on.  And don't forget the first fund-raising bveirt-comes~tip a Week- frofti this  Saturday night at the Legion when the  wine (oops, sorry Mr. Bennett) and  cheese party rolls into action. And let's"'  fac,e it, there have been mumbles of the  price ($3.50 per) but it is .really .not a bad  deal when one considers one's wine (oops,  sorry Mr. Peterson) and cheese is included.. It should prove a good evening  for the connoissers and wine (oops, sorry  Mr. Biggeman) tasters..  .Jig. ,_.YYe don't want to appear''' pessimistic,  idents, including a few town daddies,  thought the action of cameras around the  high schools and area was just as good  as taking a full-page ad in Time magazine. The program ended up being titled  Young Punks or Youth in a Small Town  - di,���.-,^soifreWh^  community was up in arms.'.As' we said,  it probably woTftr~happeii here���but o'lir-  "Ti'a-tiOTrsi���broadcastei-r'Taon't   just���seTT  scenery when they sell a program.  Now let's get this straight on eating  seafood* during months that do or don't  have an R i$i them. We've heard it three  or four times since we've been in Gibsons���the old adage that you shouldn't  eat seafood in those R months. Strictly  garbage.   As   a   matter   of   fact,   North  Belated Greetings, Mrs. Bracewell  Stanley^rair^^lT-of-H^Mns    She"l^"slrowrr"witK~b^r^augMeMir  Landing (centre)celebrated her^  birthday on Wednesday ofjlast week,    her husband, who is 86.  Mrs. Stanley Bracewell . . .  and  OPEN FOR RETAIL SALES SATURDAYS  NOW OPEN AT  1779 Wyngcert Road, Gibsons  bmmmmm^^  Phone 886-7359  FHHIChTO=  AS   HER  daughter-in-law"��� put   it,   "if  it  weren't  for  a  slight  bit  of   arthritis  she encountered, Mrs." Stanley Bracewell  of Hopkins Landing would probably be  out playing football.".'  And if yoU had the pleasure of meet-  written words of a person half her age.  Arid her personality goes along with  the rest of her good traits. She obviously  enjoys life and perhaps even more���enjoys people. Belated:'��� happy birthday  greetings, Mrs. Stanley Bracewell.  |nd  we. hope  we're  all  wrong,  but  for     Pacific   oysters   are " pei'fe&tRT-��eff(He"  piose  who  ��re��all  enthused   about   the     any month of the vear (brovidinff a  are   per  enthused   about   the     any inonth of the year  ���. - ���   CBC's filmine of the Beachcomber serjos... tide isn:t evident)  but their fl&vor-aftd  here,   don't   get   too   excited.   It's   hap-  RUMMAGE  and  BAKE SAkE  jyj^giy-YiTTTO a.m.  Anglican Church Hall  7:,,   ,   Gibsons.  condition is much better at certain times  than others. :The, flavor; of the oyster, for  .,e^am.olg.....cb"lTPs   marked'y, as   h_.  ing'Mrs. Bracewell^ ypu .would have  to .      . .  f^.Vfe^P*F   IT  agree" 'that,. itatemerir(74sh't.  toorfar-put;    -Qi/Y'Ti^""Ay1^^^^^f^iJ>��'  (providinga red     'She" is-91 Tyears bfage; "a'spry^alert'and    i_J\JLI " ' /V \\JLwlIf LCI  a happy 91 y.eai's at- that.   .--,���������- ?���i-1-"���r-*1'���������: r^-r.   .^*  proaches spawning time (usually in early  August) and the meat is thin and watery  alter spawning. Because the water is cold  and the oysters are firm, the best time to  pick arid eat them is the winter months,  but provided you don't get them m polluted waters, there is nothing wrong  -with-them-in-Tluly' or August;       On   Wednesday   of--''last" week=    Mrs.  -Bracewell  was "henored   at" a  friftlfday  ^t^^tjie^Brflciewfiil^^jieat^wwelUkertl,,,  J ���by Sheila Harris  .:MQTJ'IIM.G-ma.k��S- one, more eager for a.  scenic spin in his. car than these  balmy days. What better way to. shake  loose from the long gray months of  ..wintcrV  Porot:hy.J3raeewell^saidU^  'it to a private"party thW;year. ''Slie gets gests that How is. the time to' start think-  toy   excited  and��� c'aiVl  sleep,"   she   said., .big   about  a  spring   chock-up   for. youi*  house in Hopkins Landing where they  have lived for the past 21 years: On her  90th birthday s,he .wa's,treated, to an open  house,    but .her .   daughtet.-jn-law,, :Mi;.s  Arid'hcr "husbandr Whp''ijS"'86);;aRpa-: -caii  T^6 ^R^.f?,!-. .BHF^Ss to rernembel;  i'cnUy^ slitlres the ....same, enthusiasm.  ���the Chamber' meets' March 20 at the  Cedars  and  the  Sea  Cavalcade  gathers  muster,again ,April 4. ...  CROSSBOWS  NOW OPEN  IN  GIBSONS  Specializing in Economical  but Durable Crossbows  ��� 'AUtCUSTOM-MADEn"  CROSSBOWS  -���~GUN^STO(=K���   '   REFINISHING^ ETC.   ,  saryf this--AuguKtjrcarneiioyer^frorn��Epgi-;  land in .1915. They spent four years at  niu_ n,_f ni..i   :    tvt    .    -j      ti Comox  and  another   15  years  in  West   vv3.J?J?JL9M:'l��  yancouver,vbofore.moving;to thiS.arca.���  n^H Jnil 1. tv "^ ln, a t.{XtXC nf? They havo ono son, Vincent of Hopkins  iSJs'f6 m��< de k Tlata' CSb Whdlhg, four grandchildren and six  members and gueiits can play on the great-grandchildren'  courae-all^day^xcept^unday.^  . "Sya^ns |ollW;tha' qyoiypne^wMUfi^9P^Auxlliary-��o��^BartholomoWB-.��Anglloan'  not a golfer, should have an opportunity     -      -   -     -���- _-���     -  to enjoy 'ho beauties' of this .sito. Tho club  consonted-to-aijovernrnent' suggestion^  that-tho llnlffl bo ,m��do accossiblo to tho .willows Jri tholr backyard full of groon.  public onco a wo;��k. Conscquontly, every cry, that given tho appearance It has boon  Sunday you will w�� hundrds of men, wo- far from neglected, Even Mrn. Bruce*  mon and children playing, picnicking or    well's   handwriting  doqs   not  show  tho  ���Why run tlie risk of spoiling your oul-  Mr.aiid'Mrs, BraceweH,who will be ;ing "because- or a  sluggish  vehicle  that  celebrating their 571U wedding anniver  doesn't conform to Ihe changed, weather  conditions?Vi.j;,.Mf_.tj?,.,v" t ,   )  'When you visit your service station,  be' sure to consult your owner's manual  or warranty, booklet for specific jnain-  't'cnancfi''required lor your car.  Hero   aro   some . general  checkpoints  to keep in mind  resting along;: tho fairways. And there's,   wear of 91 years, Nothing" crmlicj  hot' a Kolfoi'.JUjslglU,,  ^ .. ; , _.    ..it,LlC proves;,to���bo.smooth flowing,..-^  ~zChango_olL.i'romJ_wintei7._.to-.:.sprlng-.  ���JHm5^L*TOi8h^.^H.teicate^  Church in Gibsons, Mrs. Bracewell still ^Rlac0 oli f^TT^J'T 0,w will.,help  enjoys the outdoors and. whon they aro    r?mpvo XiJlte^olLJludgo  and. prevent   ���-'-���       '������������ onghie-damago.w.,. ...i...���������.������������"..-,/ -,���.,<,������������-.-..���.*-.-���-,- >  ���Chock tiros for weur ancl rotate them  according to tho method ' recommended  by  the BCAA:, spare  lire lo  loft front  well's   handwriting  does   not  show   tho.   wheel  Ion front to loft roar, loi'l roar lo  right  IforuV right., iron I  to   right   roar,  .woll- '   ttncl'riKlit'rclu1 tcrHiHird,'  VILLAGE OF GIBSONS  ,   \    tin.'... i, 'w  CROSSBOW STRINGS  MADE TO FIT ML  CROSSBOWS  "��� "GROSSBOW30i:TS ���   .(^rgot^hOujOtiDflL L-   CUSTOM HUNTING I30LTS  Writo or Phono  ALLEN-SINCLAIR  CROSSBOWS  BOX 137 - SECHEIX,_  Phono 8B5-2476  5% INTEREST CMDITiON 1972 CURRENT  TAX PAYMENTS  Made between January 1st and May 15th  i^ttmmmim^mmm^mmmimmmt^wmmmif  kim\mmm��^*mssmmm  mthmmtm  Interest, at tjho rato of 5r/7per annum, will bo credited to any prcn.  payment deposit on qurront (1972) tajtos made bet woo n January 1st and  LMay-15th,-1972; Interest wftl^o;calcw|atll frW^  to Juno 30, 1972, Such deposits, in any amount up to tho total of tho  1971 taxes, will bo accepted,  .1.4.���,.^ Any fiirthor informqtion required^ may bp^obtained from the Munl-  ,.' clpal Office, telephone 886-2543. '.,.":,  Decombor 22, 1971.  DAVID^JOHNSTON-  ; Muplclpal' Cl'oi-k',  about..;...  ll'"yo'ulr"Mcar"'"Is" uir-cbiullthiiiocl,  do  not draliv tho anthl'reo/.o, But do havo  your alr-condltlonpi;;aohockcd Uidelermlno  ,VJr,'the. uliltil'lurMtn, wcloquutcC,.,supply ot'  coolant, (Kvpn If your car is not alroou-  ditloned, It Is no lohfior -"��n nbsoluto ro-  ^uluBmoiit.ihatMyuuiu:adJaiorJb.c^Ui\ln<icL.  and ilushod ovpry year since tho quality  'ot today's Hhll-fi'obzo hhs Improved,)  w-Hnvo nn engine tuno-up,  ,���,k.rrCheo)(;(brakQ,drums .and linings..for,  wear  and   replace   If  necessary,   Chock  ,bri\ko' fluid  lovo) and niako sure that  ,���.4,lonly-houvy-duty...fluld��lnwuHod,��.  ���lnspoot ooll oondllloii and fluid lovol  $C��MUQly,t:,uliQOfc  Honoi'utor  and   oloan  und   ihIJuhI.  spark  ��-4)luHH��^ii��d'.i-pv>lnlHr  -*l(|ispeut> shock - ulwurhorH, * curhurator  and liulomullo ohoKo nuiuliunlsiihand bo  sure dhat all dolls havo proper tension  and adjustment,  7~Mnlto sure Ihal'imifl'lor^u'iid lallplpoj  "iirii froiV "of "wilTnufi'ii'ir'lliat" whools urn""  aliened and Imlaucod, und that all \\\.\\\.  are proporly opondlnH,'  ,. -���Chock windshield wiper  blades for  wear and correal urni lonsKin,  T~'~WhbIi pnlnt nnd chrome 'crtrofuliy'lo  'remove any corrosive' chemicals loft from  %  stroot 'snow and Ice removal, and Ujor-  ���'"ouflhly oloan "lho car lnlorlor, ' '  FLOORCOVERINGS LTD.  ���*~.t   9l9*t _��*��+&+.#���  **-WM^W)# f *iM��*iB* V'la^Ww*Mw��i^*^M^<*t^����W^^  1659 Sunshine Coast Highway at Wyngaort Road, Gibsons  Phono 886-71U  < i  A CARPETS   ��� TILES^ A- LINOLEUMS  'HOURS:  . ,'     ���' ' "    7.  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' I.'.'-..,.,     V" ������>  ���'.. ���      .        - '      .���.I'j-I f Vx  TS^gTW  The Peninsula times Wednesday, March' 15, 1972  Box 739.   Gibsons, B.C. 886-2121  Young church group  i v ���   '^���tv.W I  to hold-ar stapfein  ANOTHER probable first fbr Gibsons will  lake place ^April 1 when the young  people's ecumenical Thursday Night Club  will hold a "starve-in7'-- -  The ,lv!i members of the group7and  their guests, made up of 11. toy' 14-year-  old . students, w'rll ��� go 24" hours without,  food, ending with.an Raster morning  youth service at St. Bartholomew's Anglican Church. The money raised hy this  event will be given to the Parnate's ,  World Relief Fund to assist underdeveloped countries.  Mernbers of '.the club" will be canvas-  -si-rtg-for sponsors in the next few weeks-  and Gibsons and district residents are  urged to offer assistance.  If you would be "willing to sponsor  a student -for all or part pf this event,  please ��� contact Heather Wright, 886-  7735 or..Louise McKay, 886-7484. The stu-  Hpn.t��; feel that this fast, will be a mean-  "Camp Elphinstone  Camp Elphinstone is not just for summer  THE  Vancouver  YMCA's  Elphinstone  is     their sons in one of the sessions to give  a  well-known retreat area which has    him an opportunity to experience British  shared   in   the  history   of   the   Sunshine  Coast since  1907. Not only isr it a camp  Columbia   and  the  Sunshine  Coast  first  hand, as well as to meet new friends.  -for boys  dttmig  the���summer months  of  The program at Camp Elphinstone in-  July and August, but it also serves as a  conference center in the months Septem-  cludes out-tripping, waterfront activities,  beachcombing, small boat handling, crafts  and  survival  techniques,  as  well  as  in-  ingful way of taking an active part in the  season of Lent  and  Easter.  BC Chamber manager  to speak ai meeting  R.   M.   DALTON,. manager   of   the  B.C.  Chamber of Commerce, will be guest ���  speaker at the regular monthly meeting.  of the Gibsons and District Chamber of  Commerce, to be held at the Cedars Inn,  March 20. Dinner will be served at 7  p.m. Those who do not wish to attend  dinner are asked to join the meeting  at 8 p.m.        .  Mr. Dalton. will speak on developing '  objectives for the local chamber in rela^.  tion to the  needs of the community.  ^-byPastor Gerry Foster,  Gibsons Pentecostal Church  TJHE  interest   in  the  Occult  today  is  re.-   marka"bTe'7"One branch which is very  popular is astrology in the form of horoscopes It is estimated to be a $2(t() million  a year business'. Mar\y ��� read their horo-N  .cn\if for run. but others are quite serious  in   lielifving   lhe   predictions   they   read.  I  lnMiovo  it  is an  unhealthy "habit  to  involved   with,   and,   as   proven,   can  very harmful. God warns in ;the bible  (fi keep away from the occult, which includes horoscopes. One reason is that all  forms   of   fortune-telling   promote   super-  -st it ii ins���arrd id atetryr ~7ATso>,  the   bible  states that o,ne who is involved in sorcery  will not inherit the kingdom of God.  Why the increased .curiosity in occult today? One of the main reasqns is  that within the human breast is.'a cry for  the supernatural. Our hearts are restless  until. weTfind  God. A." word" of caution���  x-      AND INDUSTRIAL (1972) LTD.  "'  _  SUNSHINECOAST HIGHWAY  Box3��7~ - Phone 886-7411  "COMPLETE AUTOMOTIVE REPAIRS"  gel  be  TOM   SHELDON,  LICENSED  MECHANIC  NOW ON DUTY FOR ALL AUTOMOTIVE  SERVICES  ��� OIL CHANGES;  ETC. ���  ENGINE REPAIRS  ��� HEAVY DUTY MECHANIC        ������ TUNE-UPS,  ETC.  GBBSONS MARINE SERYBCE5 LTD.  A * ^  Use 'Times' AdBrieis to Sell. Rent Buy. Swap. etc.  there can be evil supernaturalism as well  as ijood. A word to the wise is sufficient!  Persons read horoscopes to find their  destiny, but understand that the Bible  is where you will find all the answers to  life, Turn your thoughts to Jesus Christ.  He ran be your "all, and in all." He said:  '1  am the way,  the truth, the life."  RUBBER STAMPS  COMMERCIAL PRINTING  see THE TIMES  afford a home...  ���bep���Mweag*,���ihtne.  Elphinstone is located two miles from  -Langdale   on   the   road'to   Port   Mellon.  The   140   acres   overlook   the   waters   of  Howe   Sound,   offering, an  unfoyjfiiiahla-  - view uf -the Coast Mountaia-ftShge.  During. July ��� and   August,   four   two-  -week sessions���are^teld���for���bQys-eigbt..to_  15 .years.   Parents   are   invited, to. enrol  Athletic Hall, jammed.... .  terests of the camper himself.  Elphinstone is a full winterized facility with winter accommodation for.. 100.  The Longhpuse is a large dining hall with  -the-eapae&y-to seat���250-peep.lft   " Further information about Camp Elphinstone   is   available  at  the campsite,  or  ���may be obtained by phoning the YMCA  in Vancouver, 437-591877.   7    "  Members and prospective members are  asked to c-all 886-2231 to reserve tickets  fnr the meeting bv Friday. March 17.  fi&Z&Ajr  new westwood suburban homes  .mind          may  your  tn>innw��finmwwiwwnfigwi��gifMiiigM<��#wftnfwiiwwifwwuMWi��i  A release from the local group says  the Gibsons and District Chamber are"  working with village council-in an effort  to provide the village with a practical  -beat-launch facility. Tt is hoped the Tboat���  launch wi'l be operational by this cotth  ing season. Village engineers are currently studying the proposal and will  make���recommendations shortly.. ~,  Preparation ior Sea Cavalcade  generating enthusiasm nnd ideas  ToF  "THKK14 are still a lot of wrinkles-to-be toe���Wh-ite-^pot-Jumoi^T^  the   Legion   hall  in   Gibsons,   The   next  ironed   out   but   if   last   Wednesday     also be invited to participate. meeting is  scheduled, for'7:30 p.m.  Ap-  night's meeting of the Gibsons Sea Cav- Additional fund raising projects such       1     ' [   alcade   was   any   indication   the   group's     as helium balloons; bumper stickers  buttons and novelties and draw tickets-tare The carpet for a new Wing of the Delta  bein^ considered. Letters asking for ddna-      Hotel in Vlaardingen,  Holland,  was   in-,  NEED  FISHING  OR  HUNTING  EQUIPMENT?  WE  HAVE  IT  Westwood Homes "Suburban Series" were designed to beat in-   ^atkm-and-irive--yett-^ floor*  planning cuts out waste and duplication..Built by the component  ..��    system, these homes save you time and money, yet provide  -ample���privacy, space lor eriTeTtaTnment arid Toom for future  expansion. Get the facts today. Most families can finance a  Westwood home at a price comparable with rent.  new low cost suburban homes  "The Shannon", shown above, !s one of 17 Westwood Suburban  homes designed to bring home ownership within the reach of  the average family. It bas a floor area of 1240 sq.ft., 3 bedrooms  and a ground floor reserved for future expansion. See us today.  We can put you in your own Westwood home this spring.  AT  iron is red-hot and ready to go.  ..Thyly-five .iDeraQnS(��HiB��\e,d the smsflfc UojIVaWJ11  be   sent   to   Canadian #o^st     spired by the music of Johann Sebastiar  ^ra^^^|$^6^e^WSt Pimm ''******"^����^^     .��__  ��*,.___ _._.__-__*__%_*_  Athletic "Association Tialfe and id jjffjgi< hgea,!' 297  ���i",^  J?uL;apK|^^^||lifhe^lf||^  W"t|fcjf Gi*P|^nd      i&chT Designer "6^7Allenb^^^^^. ��� h. ��J$J&  S.M.jfe'6  9._<_..._. TrfiKSw^WTir**J5 ;*_%&%��_*  r .^. *__   y   .-'    "I ��� ���   . x^f. Bach fugue, fed the matheiriatica^patter^ ^SffLEfS   Fl!E7T)^  M.fh, I8' PP^LP^f8, and rafneUckets_ derb    muaeum diapiay  will   also   be-ihcluded   as   part   of   tlie     ing well, conc.e5s.ions, q  inated   from   almost   every-seat   in   the   '���      John SmUh to]d the meeting that.the     in^�� a computer and   let  it control  the  room. Gibsons  firemen  plan  to  have a  candy     weaving   loom   which   produced   a   har-  '     The first, fund, raising effort for the fin^  machine,....and   they .will...also   pre.,   ,���9niQ."S^giga,JIL^a^e^^rbroj^^  fourth   annual   event     will   take   place sent their water sports program on Sun-     \ vumiummmimm  March 25 when a wine and cheese parly day.  will be  held  at the Legion in Gibsons. 6lher   evenls   being   pianned   include  Mrs   Verna   Sims    co-ordinator   for   the lhe Kinsmen dance> and beer garden, the  party,   said   that  300   tickets   are   being Gibsons   mmUe   Club    junior    fishing  sold and would have to be turned in by derby   Sunday    morning>   a   demoiition  , horse show, wish-.  ,    v._.:._:_.r.-.__-_. Queen...contests;and.,  evening. ��� (    , salmon barbecue."  Difficulty in obtaining carnival rides Thfe CBC may be fi,mi      paU of [M  has been encountered; however   the pos-     Sea   Cavalcade   in   conjunction   with   its   ,^bl 'Hr ?��� ^Wi Sl'Ch   nfleS  f,'��m   ,h(? Beachcomber, series.  .    .        .  ���Sochelt"Lions'Club. .     _ ���������    "    7/1     ^        ..         ,    .   ..  -" ��� T    .  -.��� -,-. - ���.;-;-         ,    ...   , ,       ,    ��� Because or-the  largo turnout at the  Included in ideas submitted by wharf meeli       tne                  ���,   n       meet    t  committee  co-ordinator    Harry    Turner      z_        r 7  were square dancing, carnival booths, a  skit  by   tho  drama  club,   Mr,   Hauka'a  barge,  dunking  machine,  miniature  golf  course,  a  dance,  and  the  possibility  of  The Hon. Isabel Dawiion, Pr^mo Min-   ljM'_J?Jerro-....Trt��dettU'*Trhd''~HlnHer   Jo'n'l  Mltcholl woro among names Ruggosted  for Invitations to bo son! out for this  year's cavaliuulo,  On the suggestion  of Ronald Crulco,  FINANCING  AVAItABtE  You can have a Westwood home  built, or you can build it yourself  to any stage of completion. Either  -way,yoircaTr^nanceTt1hTough70Tjr"  Versatile mortgage program. Funds  avatlabte-^eF-any-aFear^ ���  mmimHmmmmrm  44  X  IKSTWMD HHIES  ,.%N.444,MM.|.|M44>^^.  ��" 'i"7��iC,  ( n        I  ,M^Q*i!S5BiRB&l3^A^  Mm,  wepnespay; thurspay,  fri pay, saturpay,  March 15,16717; 18  GENERAL - COLOR  n  Bob  Starring    ,  .NQtallo-W6odr  DOUG'S  Appliances  GIBSONS  ~ "��� 'See Tlish" First'-' ���""  For T|hcit  (OtOURTV  (OR BLACK AND WHITE)  /  SUNPAYrMONPAYr-  TUESPAY, WEPNESPAY,  March 19, 20, %\t 22 k,  1  '-\'^*y\,   *k��� ^anges_ ; J^  ���jAr; Washers and Dryers  m*nm**mtunw*mmmmmmmimmmmmnnm9mm*mMmm*mM*mm*  v$%i!m��t&m*��<m4 M  AGEWTTOfFTOP  QUAtlTY HITACHI  PRODUCTS  M^MWWWWWMttWWIMMMiytMtMWIIHMW  *(������[ri)f*����t*tf"  *fc Refrigerators  y^PT&iWa^WsT  DOUG'S  APPUANCES  mymr^-m "7 "788d-7S60v  > ��l .��-   ��      i*'  ���J--^-^.   lj&.JI!?ii^ to T*10 Times tells people Where to Go, What to Do, Where to  Stay, Where to Buy on tho Sunshine Coast. With n circulation of over 10,000 cop Jos, it will  cover from Powell River to Port Mellon, n loyv-wilt cost. People are going to be on the move  l��MW^*��*W��*>��f^W^  ^mmmm>ib^*mmt  soon.. �� n oncl they'll come where they are invited. Te|| YOUR story in this special supple-  'meritfed it Ion.' Cft'll The Times WOW I  wt.4'.,.  *r-ff�����Srt^ilfi��'*��i*i*  -fr Published in Mid-Apr!I  ���fc Guaranteed minimum circulation  10,000 copies        _ _      ^   Covering Pqrt Mellon to EgrponV.ancI the Powell  Rlyor-  ' Tcxacjg Islqrid area, Sypploments will also bo distributee)  to Hotels. Motels, Tourist Rahurts,1You ,get a rool cotorago  ' mmm     '      '    ���^ Don't miss this opportunity! Call, .^,  4  l���  Secholt; 88B~9y<54; Gibsons: 886*121  )' ' , . , I f     K,  '"   I     '      ��'!��� I'       . >M. ..    ���  I !��., .,���. ',        ,        ,   ,.    I        >��,,i.(l,     ., .,     ,��4,      ..,.,, I      , I  4 ��4��.���bm.4��|. ��.. i~. ,' . 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I II  Green Cabbage  Ca|jforrila, Canada Ho. 1 . ,<m ghp  rr, ,  ��.'.; ��� j  BONELESS -"TENDER TIMER"  f'iM ^'Ll'^il '* '"  9K��Ti5lWW^����(*A  tMI��*M4��l*^(^t^|^fpiHH^^  APPILE, GRAPE,  HDINKi  orange;   mhiwh*-  Nabob, '   _W y _%fSAl I  *Htt��jH��H(W��lH^  UB.  I  .,|   ,.,) I ,,  }4K,       ,     'j    l      ^^(,^,4,  TOMATOES  ' ';frorn;j;MEX^CSO'  7*>"<"n\*%to\  Canada No. 1 Grade  rt ^K w id m ���� m m m i. m <����� ����� M m> Mff fl n I" # P �� * ***  *^*4��4S���� ��f��4��4PIM4��OM��4l��.  GRAPEFRUIT  11  TA'RttY'^SWper^'lUICY-  1,7    0     4|,t  ��� -   ' "(i* ���  ,i_rm  i ���   (  >'     �����        I      I '44   4 .      . I ���  Penny Plnehln' Foaturo  GREEN  CREAMSTYtECORN J_  TUT ntAUt    (grooribrw��x)  ill I mJm J     Nabob Pancy ���  14'ox, tins  Sjorloil��  ui ;,  SALAD-DRESSING  59*  Supcr-iYalu/       t  pW<A1   VAi    I**^   pJ,^Ww��w*,��ii��fi*r*tn��i*ni'*  PJEANbtllUHER  ���I *.  ti i >.  Supor-Valu, > ��I4|C  All Purpose BLEACH  ; French Maid ������<"-'-�����>, m~;-  128 ox. |ug .���...... QIJ  , tv �� v.j-s j ��^ .���ij.w.v^a ���*����� ��f>*u��>  ���,.7,.,.l.  *iHS^i*(!tsi��*iwk��(f����  ' v* * ���"''��:'i '  ��i * �������� ��� t *" - ��� ���". * ��� f  .jut  /,> ^��.,i,  4,   jl    ,    ���   , ��  ��)^iii��itMi��i^wwwi��MWw  , s  |ll#Wl^v%^^ ���       4V    V  *^2S$33  Focal point of Sechelt Elementary  School's Heritage Day was the fine  display M local Indian crafts which  indicates a tremendous revival of  ^Merest in. Indian culture.  New ex-  yp**vj(ff~r ���. _  Local  Crafts  h'blts included polished burls decorated with Indian designs and an exquisite variety of bead-work. The  carved talking-sticks and totem poles  and ornately decorated canoe pad  dles attracted much attention and the  fine display of woven baskets prove  that Indian craftsmanship is still  ve:y much alive.  Eskimo   Crafts  Souvenirs  from  the Arctic  brought is pictured with Sheree Sommerfield white' sealskin chess-board, the eudU  iractrijy-^^ chess  set dly stuffed seal and other valuable"  works there,, were on display during laid  out on a  beautiful  black' and Eskimo handicrafts.  Heritage Day where Sheila Murphy  Appreciation  Although  they  are  young,   students  iiate thesoriginal_sldlls-us��d-by-  the  Indian peoplelong before machinery was used to. mass produce  household articles.   Here    they  are  .jadmiring _aj^  "wool rug, a Prince Rupert carving,  -Indian; corn" necklace    and tray of  cedar roots and cherry bark woven  by Mrs. Liza August.'  WATCH  4=OR-  OF  v">  ?'\-i\-fi-%-t ���;:_;������'*.'���  ��� ,'\ >_ -74*���**'  Heritage  Many^studehis'''UHpse^''lrt*tfieiFown tured with some of the hand-crafted  native dress for Sechelt Elementary products being made'locally by mem-  School's HeritageDay, and one of    befs ot 'the Sechelt Indian ; Band. ,  the prettiest is Alceta McCourt pic- *TV  ���W*W-f**"!<f'l��f**|M>*��^^ (fH^ ^^�� witttf^W*******  'P^if'"' ���'���liti'l  Displays featured . . .  Sechelt Elementary school  Heritage Day celebration  SI3CHELT lfllo.mo��Uu'y Suhool hold Opon who looked forward lo tho clay when  Houho IiihI Thui'HtUiy lo colobralo llor- hodIoi' oltlzuiiH could vIhII, Iho (school nnd  lingo ,Day w\\M\ featured un outKtiuid-'' hqlp Instruct" ,Hie students In' skilled, hqb-  Infi display of olhnlo cult nro ns woll ns IjI'oh, iuk( onjoy school functions unci con-  dlsplnys of student projects, ���   ccrls. This Ih now belnfi clone, with senior  During lho nl'lornoon,. parents-enjoyed     eltlKona. and,,.students thorouHhly,. onjoy-  A SPECIALTY  WITH US  STONES   ��� ���- and'     FINE GIFTS  It's leap Year  "' iaT^i rij/c  Ancient  Half u century Ih olurnlty to lltllp   mnchlnc which ..kept.great   grancjn tho lu>st uhod by, greatgrandfather to     . .��� m ,    peoplo'   accustomed   to' electrical'mother's right hand7 busy turning repair tho family shoes. All part'of tiio,i,iospi|��itty of ,tho hcItooI whoro cUh-;.  ing, Hilts now compMntQnHhip.u  -gadgelK-,aud���to-thonv���lho--sowing- ������ the handle Is quite -an -antique,-AlsoSecholt 'Sclirrol'u-horltago, dlsplayr  i  p>if!VW��*y^..p..j.y,,. > +*.,, .,t��,i  iW*W��JU  7'777' ������  o./.1��  CHOCOLATES  ORDER YOUR  EASTERBASKETS  m^'-r ������"���-"" NOW! ~  SECHELT JEWELLERS  ��� . ~  Socholt,  B.C.  885-2421  , pluyn-h��d-,boou-����t-up.-liv��thO">��p��n-nrtto-fr  lonvihtf tho rest of lho schoolundisturbed   l'oiv regular,, oUihhoh, - .�����. ��� ���������,...,=,..,.,,  Contro of attraction wan In lho main  Tpyo'v whoro cedar boughs formed i\ buok-  ^(lrop"fotwllio^won'(|orfiii*niToy*'ol!*oxhlblt.tr-'  loaned for lho occasion by Sooholl Indian  Band.- The  studontH    Insisted  lhat  thin "  npccinl-dlnplnT-wnTrto-bo'axDltislvoly'irroin:'"*'  Irxjlui.  ornflH  mid  many  younKslors  hi  charfio of tho dlupluy wm'o Indliin dross,  Vnlijod    f a in 11 y    heirlooms,  nuiny  broiiKh't to Canada hy llio nludonls' ancestors formed oonlm-plocoa for lho country f ropoaoiUod, .-Tooliv \r nnd-'-household ���  lU'UolqH.uriod , liy  plo,noor-|nu, ���forebears,,  woro Hcoijlly admired by younger chlldron,  Qonorul opinion of lho event waH sum-.<  mai'lued by'Mr,'Gilbert .loo, a inombor  of lho Indian Band Kduontlon.Committee  who commented, thai this wan a truly In* ���  tofli'atod proHvnmrho,        ���  'SdonoU School booouto ' Ihtogndod  ,somo years mo wh^un members .of tho  ���|?nchoiMiid|nnTJ?nntt~\'otart',"ln"fnvnr,T)frr  ^.JutC^riUloiLhiliiJluuiUJl^lcjiuhouUiyiiluui,^.  Tho .HjiyiHJHti, ,wl��K'ij, >'��,��.,��� evident,.in..ttio.j,  oarly ,^t<i|((iti has now boon replaced by ,  a  luippy i-eimo, of  beloufjInHi1 and  botlv  IvftdwBUAiKUyw^UUMivjtiit^  lo1 achieve, lliiti under Die iiuklancQ of  pTnwiiwr?ivrir^iewr,^T^  , Tho, now, opeiwu'iNi luuifix billll Hint  your Is belnili ti��ed  fully'by  Iho, com*  .mt'jnlty.,?nhd:cv.catcii.Rjy,Bvm:nnd,.J,rlDndly.:,H  atmoHphoro' for roftulnv ncnool Rludy, arid '-  . -..i-.-...,..-���~...��..r i.  '..I '..'.!  �� ... ,iyi! i��.|���...rr,.nnK=���  All Alrllna RciorvaHotn, Tlckofs, Tourn and Criilsoa, Fly Nov/���Pay Lator  ���' ������:(!'���"'FOR���"A^;r,YOUR"'TRAVEL;"'1NEEpS, " "" ���' '*;  Contact YpurlQCAL TRAVEL AGENT at  CONTINEI^TAl. COIFFURES  Trail Pay IMqxg, Secholt or Phoijp 005-^33?  i - 9 * ifwiM-it vi i.*t 4 </���*��� �����'  SHAMPOO  -  SET     >lrh this PERM  -  COLOR  31.50  OFF coupon BLEACH  $4.00  OFF  , CONTINENTAL COIFFURES & BOUTIQUE  .- TRADEJN���XOUR.OtP-)yiO^ON.A.NByt.CApLE5S^WJQ_^w_^  SECHELT . 005-2339 ;.. Jhli. Coupon YalM Monday.Tno��day In March, 1972  i1.hiii^i.i.i.im������-,������nm in piii     iiinii.i.,iIiiiJii||i Im     Midi    ������    n   . i    ini.ii.nni il..,     ...1...    r   1   '     1  L_ '  I   Ijv. -ft    ��-    t..-  ,��.-4.,.,.���  *ii>t*rt>R|Lfittt.'  *f��|tfH��|-'l��'*,tlt"���)>''- >HI����Mi4flxl  .III'1  I       I  >��� y  , lmp)wBBea-by the .advanced Bclonco   flrivy.^pxaU, chat, with HUulon.tp.Jn' '(ncliowtKlQ, oqiUp.mqiif,' mmp|lX(^/VpVt��^'��l"l*h^  .^.i-Wte'KAL*^ iChnrgo;ofitho,Sdlenco;(ll.st)lnywh^ S��t^?^  , School,.Mi's,K6xul| ,^r, untt/Mrs,,,Includcil;d"plckluii,ptg,;enib^yO and'��� "   ,.,,;;.,.,   ,     .; ,;:,,":,;,7,,  "wupei'lntq^UoiUi' Ihti" ItUu Gordon Joluiuun,  :#%#^A��l��ft444lt<^Ml>  mtyfatpm  SOUTH PEWDIER, HARBOUR WATERWORKS       .;  .,    ', -i     ,  ' -��� ��� ���>-,  ���'���-I-*''; " ' ,*  MADEIRA PARK COMMUNITY HALL V    'ti   iy  ^  ���' .\ t ���     . 1     7   .'���'   ���   ,     .     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"The Peninsula Times       —'-Pat
BTfc/e XTomhierif
«~ Letters to the Editor are tlie optniQtis of readers,  (,nd- not  necessarily  those of  The Times.  A
nc.n-4e-pltime.may be used for publication,  km H// originals must be signed  by. the  writer.
Locate the bypass ^^
Editor, The Times,
Sir: Relative to the "article' heS3ecf:
"SVfhe:lt  Peninsula—Which  Way?"
Your readers may be interested it>
knowing that maps -a-ntt'-air-'-pho-tQS are
readily available 'from, the Department
of Lands, Forests and Water Resources
in Victoria. v
Trying out his "Raven wings" Ricky    Thursday's* Heritage Day
August • gets    encouragement ' from    is very mmble at all sports is enifei?
his friends as he dances around the    ing a new field in native dancirtg,
tism=3sesStS=WSI__^Mi ■ = .         " '"
, The most .useful air photos are those
taken in 19B7 at a scale of about 4" per
mile. Mapping consists of 3-types namely:
The National Topographic Series. At
a. scale of .1/50,000 or about , l'V--.0.79
miles, these maps show the broad outlines of planirtietry with a contour interval of 100-feet. District ^ot boundaries
also appear.
Composite Mapping. At a scale of 500-
feet per inch these maps show detailed
land subdivision to the date of mapping.
A series of maps prepared from air
photos and known as Project M 155 is
available. The scale is iiOO-feet per inch
with a contour interval' of 20-feet. This
series, although ten ye;irs . old, is most
useful to anyone seriously studying the
The cost for a few map sheets is quite
nominal. Air photos are more expensive.'
As  a  timely" IKustfalTon   of  how We
mapping might be employed I have "invented" the following game. It is -called
"Locate Your Own %-Pass". The. materials consist of a map prepared from the
above mentioned publications but reduced to a scale of,,-1000-feet per inch.
The coverage is fromL£ngoial&T4ft-JU^
Gibsons Cemete^^JSh-SwirThereon is the
^IanIioTlTy7"Top5graphy  and   the  District
•Lot boundaries.
The marginal space is devoted to instructions and score keeping—see the
map enclosed.
The game  is  to  locate  an  acceptable
by-pass from Langdale to the Peninsula
Hotel.   That   word   acceptable,   just   like
the , actual . by pass  will   cover   a lot—of-
The   scoring   is   based   on   the   honor
-T^vrrr^©ng?rT^a"l't^S^tioiria" be  t a"ken for a
walk every day. Unless he Shas some
•.|u*(.=il'i<'\d-uty such as rounding up the
cow.-., or leading blind -people, he can
Ik' a pest, not including little housey-
ilo^s. ...
To quote Lady Macbeth, re the neigh-
hin's  dog.   "Out,  out,   damned  spot"   and
then  to  her  lord,  Mr.  MaeBeth,  "Infirm
_ni -purpose,   give  me   that   dagger.   That
barking- dog  hath  murdered   sleep".
You  will note that  according  to Kipling:  > ; .
"When the Himalayaiff'pBgsant meets
the he-bear in itsi's'turoe,
He- will shout to scare tlie monster who
will often turn aside,
But  the she-bear thus accosted rends
the "peasant tooth and nail. .,   S~~~~*
For the female of the species lrfmore-
deadly  than the male".     „   * -"
Bui fmni a pro—Catter re cats"
Felis domesticus, smugly asleep on the
parlour arrii chair dr" one's bed, has such
av look of saintly benignity as to be con-
durlive to more serenity of contemplation of our approaching ends.
Socholt J*   S.   BROWNING
Advisory capacity
Editor,. The- Times,    	
Sir: I have always been under the
impression that a newspaper reporter
was supposed to report facts as they were
without changing them to suit himself.
The editorial page gives him the privilege of expressing his own viewpoints.
However, after reading recent editions of
jurpaper, I can't help_ but wonder if
you, Mr. Editor are not trying to qualify
-for—the—title—"Minister1 of—MrstnfornfKF-
tion". The facts re pur subdivision are
as follows:
1. We   did  NOT  apply  for  rezoning.
2. We did NOT need access roads.
Each section- had over 300 ft frontage
on developed provincial roads. The land
Jidieji_fmirL-iis-.by.- the Highways-Depart-
—questions answered
-QUESTION: -What   is the" significance" of
the words of Jesus concerning a wedding garment ,as found  ih Matthew 22:
11-14 .
Answer:   Because     Jesus     taught    in
■ parables we would not expect him to
bo speaking .dilerally of a wedding garment .'The beginning verses of chapter 22
speak of a marriage for Hie son of a
king. The son was Jesus himself, the
Blake C. Alderson D.C.
Post Office Building, Secjnelt
..Phone 885-2333  '
y/ednesday and Saturdays
10 a.m. to 5:15 p.m. &
ment was for its own future use.
was God, the servants were those
who introduced the kingdom of Gqd. The
Jewish people in general in Jerusalem
did not accept.'the invitation. Instead they
killed the king-s son. The king sent forth
his armies and persed (into the highways), and the wedding was furnished
with ,guests (vs. 10). 'However, as ' the
Lord adds to the church (Acts 2:47), only
He knows the hearts of those that'accept
the invitation, There may very well be
those who ".join the church1' tor social
or other-reasons without believing in the
sacrificial death of Christ for • the. sins
of the world. '"'For they being ignorant
of God's righteousness, and going about
to establish their own righteousness, have
not submitted themselves unto the righteousness of God." (Rom. 10:3). Considering the spiritual significance of baptism
of professed believers in Christ as in the
—first—eerrtttTy,-""we~can   tmderstsrnd—the"
significance   of   the. words   in   Galatians
; 3:27: "For^as many of you as have been
baptized into Christ have put on Christ."
In other words, Christ is put on as a
garment of righteousness. This thought
gives special meaning to the words of
Revelation 19:8: "And to her was granted
-^M-Sh^gJlQJjLd^ in fine linen,
clean   and   whiteT"foi-. 'tnTTTnTninen~is~~;
~Hie->j^ghteousness of samls7~TKbse who-
refusedChrist refused the righteousness
of God .planhed from the beginning. "According as he\hath chosen us in Him
before the foundation of the "world, that
we should be holy\and without blame be-
fdre   him   in   love .7"   (Eph.   1:4).   God
 chooses,., those-., who.. choqse-~to--be-'»ehesen-.—
"^tl'iose  who.  with a broken  and contrite—
system—up" I'd 33"% % ;being awarded" "for
...ibev technical.^exce Uen.ce,.of .,y,oui\jiocation.
A further 33%% is to be awarded according  to  the  game  players  judgement  as
to the violence  of the  storm  of  protest
to his proposed location would cause! and
then 33%% is based on an assessment of .
the extent'tb. Which the player must-com-'J
Course,  is  to  cdnform  to  Department  of
Highways technical standards while stirring up no individual land nv._.r prnt«B*_...
Oi" public controversy.
3. My husband did NOT "create" tffift-   T'l1',throwT themselves upon the mercy
of God in_J.esus Christ—In  the light rof-
zdhiiTg-laiw. He happened'" 16 "be cliair-
man .of the .Regional-Board-^when it came
into effect. Zoning and planning were
mandatory ' and the instructions and
guidelines for such were received from
the   provincial   government   in   Victoria.
4. My husband is NOT a director-at-
large. He is an appointee by the Board,
to the planning committee in an advisory
capacity only, .as per the Municipal Act.
5. There is WO bitterness in our being unable  to  divide  our  twenty  acres
these thoughts it is easy to understand
'why the""^ew^wKo"''"'trus'fel  stiiriOfie"
law of Moses should be dispossessed, for
God had never known (acknowledged)
any but those who would do the will
of the Father in heaven (Matt. 7:22).
Tfiis approach to public participation
in community development is of particular interest right now. It is apparent
that people are going to have something
to   say.   Witness   the   Four   Seasons~aM
—4s4r—-Narrows -controversy in Vancouver.
The Gibsons 'by-pass and proposed- Recreation center have been local issues
creating widespread ^interest.
' K~" ®$i course, there are ma'njyrq'uesfionfetd
^eTcfa^siaered 'whiclf-go be^oW'thtii&ii rk
lustrated'iri.a rhap—still I tliink, a very
into—fow^seefcitmsr^We  had tBe~altefna^
tive of dividing into three. If divided
into four, the' lines .so drawn would
be in a straight line with adjacent properties, By dividing into three, the base .
Tines will not conform and"^ouia^pfesent
a problem in future planning of the
area. For this reason we made our presentation to the Board for its consideration,' ,,,'.,...'.   ..,•»;.. '  \,
- * ~- ■ ■  -< —-.      Mrs. m&$&>(MmM$
In this area to train as
useful  purpose   can   be
served  by jvthjs        ..
   .nil, i.. .ii .in.     i- ■  r-r*- r.:—r— h(^,)t-^pe
Action now
I intend to distribute a few of the
maps around the community arid several
a/e enclosed for distribution .from your
Office should you'liave enquiries. -     ,..7
^^^«„..___^£r77r^.'',,:D.;, J.. ..ROY
at sale barns, feed lots Tari'ji
ranches. We prefer to trainmen"
21 to 55 with livestock experience.
For local Interview, write age,
phone, address and background
---—-—  ■" ■    Gourmel-
EficiRfes^from^Qther^cojflntries^jwas, _ Gray ready and, willing to try_out Interpretation
one. of the features at Heritage I>ay    the spaghetti dish while rffiey7anxl- Editor, The~Timfes7
_tn.ri   --,.A_r\t.    fr\i,nii    .a_nV\ar.   TX/Tt'      Tim        rvnolir    adroit    Viio    Tfj>ar>iit\r\ < '    ' _...-...
.M t5tudpnt£! found teacher Mr   .Tim    ou<?lv await his reaction
;^ir! I have,enclosed;the.text.pf,^..let-,,
ter which' i' forwarded  recently  to the
chairman   of   the   .Regional   Board,   Mr.
ter dealt with might be of some general
interest to your -readers,  ,
"About.thl'eq„weeks ago I was shocked 1
to learn of the personal, disenfranchise-
ment of my wife and„jnysel!f-as~well"os
nay -business.7 P.aMnfifs in the. matter. of
the recreation -centre referendum/pend-
"Upon enquiring we were informed
that Inasmuch as vdur business is pron
tocted 'by- the provisions r6f ihcorjpora-
tlop, wo ns lndlvlduala could not vote
although the company wan entitled to
n single vote,
"I cannot quarrel with the mannor
in which bylaw 03 waa interpreted but,
do 'find tlie necessity for such an 'inter-.'.
pi'Gtntldh very dlata'ateful whqn, ih fact,
our place of busineRH in oui-home,"
      DARUIIil D,' WHiBEU
About pets
Editor, The Times,
, Sir: A very interesting factor emerges from the Pensioners for Action
N.ow 'snow^balling movement to. alert,
Ottawa that our Senior Citizens deserve
a major-pension increase;-Their objective
is $150 ; basic monthly pension. 'Within"
the, part several weeks since a group of
. Seven7initiateri this action, then?-ranks-
have swelled to oyer "2,000 supporters of
.all. age?„,..ahd,the-numberi-is increasing
dally. The Canadian Pensioners comprise
13% of our voters. As has been pointed
dren, grandchildren and friends the percentage  could  easily  jump  to  25%   or
more; * Thus  they • b'e6ome'  an   instant
dominant  political  force  by  forming  a
united  front  and  with  the  simple approach of one basic issue ($150),,,       .,.,...
The senior citizens are in a most uni-""
not involved  in party  politics  in  their
W>'P«ch> They,..euro,presenting,all, candt-.„..
dales of all parties a very simple roquosl.
Support  us  and   we  will -"support  you,
This places every candidate on lho precipice,,
Tho  Interesting  factor emerges  that
regardless of -what party is oleotod—the 7
Canadian pensioners ore going7ta: win7
tho day, ,
The 'committed    elected    MPs  must
basic pension 'of $1B0—oven if it moons
leaving party runks,, The Canadian pensioners avo writing a now chapter in the
Sacrametato, Calif. 90814
Axes - Wedges
Chain Saws
_ __^ Phone 885-9626       ~
7   There7Will"beriQ'Grdde*lii3?Pare
 '   : programming  ■. ■ - - -,   • ,   ■ _._	
MARCH 21, 1972
mstone Secondary School
8:00 P.M.
7 11
M I' I
I   ll 1 I
G""4 " ____\' t_____* _____    __W_\  I
to put in our two-blts worth where it
is none of our business, (Tbo "wo" moans '
"I", as in, Quean Victoria's, "Wo aro. not
This timp about pels in senior oltlzons
w^hQmen,;tA'a, HumlQl,»tho-.molancholy-Dnno:«
, "To pot or not to pot, ,   •
That is Iho question*
"' Whether 'tis 'bQtlor*lirtho'"mrnfriF*l)olu;7"
[  The yowls and barking of vociferous pets
(other pcoplo's),
.  Or to tnlto arms against n sen of noise,
t; And with slingH and arrows.quol'l them".,
Mairfl l)ost frlontl eon make a lot of
noiset especially nt night, lie can also
;,moiis up the.nolghbnr'slawn, hover his,
, 1, , ,   * '"M  ■ gmt |p|if^."■*-n-i"'""'''' e-'-"]-'-"l"f4t".'-,i».)■■!*>->*,,.'(,4..
Fpjr summer and residential homes,
Exbmplo 400 sq, ft Cedar Cabin/
supplied and installed on your lot
for $2,600, Do-it-yourself kit with
plans $1,800. Wo also do framing
for economical houses, Phono aftor
6 p.m. 987-1893 colloqt.
1  ^	
"'    "OCCURS',1 •; ; '
Fdllow •-Rtudentfi^«ot-a-'.'chorgo'i- tast.yoor. Sochelt siu4pntft„ljayp.j,fll»..,
wotchlhfi Tommy aibboiw hnlpfltaml   nctlvo, Science, progrnmrno-proprcfl. .
ciid' iifoxptirlmenl with the Van ,, singi under tho supervision (tftqachct
Grnnffo- cenerotoiv, which science .,Rol>bvt..DqH,...ta".Jll.,v:v,w' . .,„..4, .u,,^,, ..
i""flUideni8"l>m'»Rht with 4Jj>oiF-own funds,.,w^rT
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  TERMS. AVAILABLE "..■•,       :
i85-9767 '-:; Box 1^9, Sechelt
™1 .-^__lRAl^lNaIfROMl$2^
Effective to April 15, I9t2
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Page B-8
The Peninsula Tinresr
hthel-Baptistr Church-
ring ceremony
unites Sager, Newsham
' WHITE chrysanthemums unci 1>lue forget-
me-nots decorated Bethel Baptist
Church, Sechelt for the very beautiful
ceremony which united , jn marriage
Georgma Paillette Newsham and Del-
wood  Ernest Sager  on  February,26th  at
"~6  p.m.    7"    "7~ ~~ --
'—~;Tfttf bride is the eldest daughter of
Mr. <Tn'd Mrs. George Newsham of Wilson Creek, B.C., and the groom is the
eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Sager
of  North  Battle-ford,  Saskatchewan.   Pew
* markers, were forget-me-nots on white
Rev.   R.   Allabv   officiated  at   the  dou-
afh.1 ushers wore Mr. Terry Newsham,
brother of the ' bride, and Mr. Tommy
Whyattc.      ^ \ ■-  *'
The reception was held in Wilson
Creek- Community Hall, decorated with
flowers, cuplds, btflls'and s^^niers_lor.
the happy'""occasion. The "bride's table
covered with white lace cloth and illuminated m the soft glow of candle-light
was ceirtred with the exceptionally lovely
three-tiered white wedding cake ■'cjdgted
with flowers tinted in baby blue, and blue
ribbon, the centrepiece featured two
' cloves  holding   wedding   rings.
Master   "f   crri-miuiies was—Mr.—La*.
trh?—ring* ceremony:   Organist   was
Conroy  and  soloist. Miss Deiclre Murphy
sang  "The  Voice  O'Eden   that   breathes".
Given in marriage by her lather, the
bride was very lovely in her floor-length
gowji of baby blue with empire waist
long bell sleeves and white ribbon trim
on the bodice. Her bouffant style veil was
held in place by a headpiece of white
roses and blue forget-me-nots and she
carried a spray of pink rosebuds and
.white .ribbon,placed   on -a- white   Bible;
Maid of honor, Mrs. Carol Newsham
who is sister-in-law t.o the bride wore a
pale green gown, 'f'loosflength with empire waist and short puffed sleeves and
carried a bouquet of yellow daisies and
ribbons. FJower girl, Miss Caroline News-
har^, the bride's sister, was gowned in
an orange colored __ floor length dress
with empire waist ' and long sleeves,
trimmed with lace and black velvet bows'.
orange   roses.
Best-man   was   Mr.   Ernie   Barkwitch
English and   Mr.  Robert  Kceley  proposed
the toast  to the bride.
The bride's mother chose a ' lilac colored floor length gown in .oriental style
with full length sleeves; silver mother-
of-pearl sequins trimmed |he sleeves and
. bodice and a white fur cape completed
the ensemble. Her corsage featured lilac
ribbons with flowers in Color of mother-
The mother of the groom- wore ...a
black floor lenglh-gown with floral skirt,
long sleeves and floral trim on the collar
ancl cuffs. Her corsage was of white
Servers at the reception were, Mrs.
Bubbles Creighlon, Mrs. Doreen Clark
and Mrs. Louise Rathburn. Mrs. R Kceley
was responsible for the beautiful floral
arrangements   in   the   church.
For the honeymoon journey to Quesnel    suspending   operations   and   their ^depot
ancl then on to Saskatchewan,  the br^dj&-—-«jpe^«tre-re-nvT^ '
inTose"-'a^bufgahcTy~~2-j5Ieire*^*an't"su"it   in     containers for refunds after March 11
Merchants reminded
refunds on empties
HON. W. K. Kiernan;-Minister of Recreation and Conservation, emphasized
today that every retailer in British Columbia who sells soft drinks or„carbonated
beverages in any container of a size less
than forty ounces is expected to refund
at his place of business not less than
two cents each for empty containers
of the  kind and class he sells.
Mr. Kiernan was responding to an announcement by Pacific Reclamation Ltd.,
of   Vancouver," that-    the   company   was
xBrightening up a wet and sombre
Sunday afternoon for senior citizens
Sunshine Coast Squarenaders with
caller Maurice Hemstreet at the
microphone entertain iq the foyer ofx
Sechelt Elementary School. Colorful
dresses with swirling frilled under-
skirts, the lively music and Mr.' Hem}
street's amusing comments ju§
whisked away an hour in this Sunday afternQon programme which is
becoming increasingly popular and
is very much appreciated by the
Senior Citizens Association.
May 10th . . .
Pender Hospital Auxiliary
hosts next Friendship Tea
]^r^^Gi/Q_Bg.w members, MrsJNan Larson aad__riTunleers.-appealed L. more helpers. They
This is a $3 SPOT!
(Less when on contract)
"Your advertising in this space will reach
nearly 2,500 homes (over 9,000 people)
each week. It's the most economical way to
reach more Sunshine Coast people because
Times ads go into more homes than any
other   newspaper   produced   in   this   area.
The Times
885-9654 (Sechelt)        886-2121 (Gibsons)
sailor style  and  trimmed  with  white.
°    The   young   couple   will   make   their
home in North Battleford, Saskatchewan.
,A telegram   was' read  from  Gail  and
Ken Holt, sister andbriUh«»1-ttr^w"To7lTe~
Out-of-town guests included: Mrs. M,.
Mills, Victoria,-grandmother of the bride.
Mrs. Jean Day, Kamloops, aunt of the
bride. Mrs. Mary Mattle and son, Cumberland, aunt of the bride. Mr. and Mrs.
M. Mated, Quesnel. Mrs. E. Sager, North
Battleford, Sask. Mr. and Mrs.'L. "Schul-
houser, Surrey, B.C. Mr. and Mrs. M.
Pesut, Vancouver. Mr. and. Mrs. H. De
Moritriel, Surrey.
Mrs. Diane Lawson were^WBlcorned-ISir^
the regular meeting -of  Pender Harbour
"If   containers   are   presented   by   the     HQspital Auxiliary, chaired by  president
customer for refund, any failure on the._Ml.s  j   Donnelly and held in the Legion
part of- the merchant to  refu'nd will be     jjau  Madeira Park
considered a wilful violation of the Lit- '      , ,      7.     ,   ,    .,       „.„     .
,      .  ,„ ,„„   _■■ , -j Members   who   attended   the   Gilbert
ter Act,    Mr. Kiernan said. .   ..,   ... ,..,.,...,..,        ... ■ **	
        ' ,   .„,] iU     o     ■      o    -jjiud_-S«-l-h-vaii   concert  were   enthusiastic
Mi. Kiernan noted thai^-See«on_i_^£ 0VC1. jjie fjne performance where they
the Litter Act as recently amended* re- eiljoyed listening to such fine voices and
quires retailers to make refunds for the     are   grateful   to   Mr.   Mossfield   for   his
contamers at their-plaee-ofi-businessT-and -generosity.   - ' ±_	
that Pacific Reclamation had .announced-,-,., Sixteen members attended- the-work-
that they were suspending operations be-  shop  held  at  Marge Rankin's  home.  As
cause of the amendments. the saje of SOUvenirs in the local stores
"It is suggested to the merchants that was quite a thriving business last sum-
they govern themselves accordingly," Mr. mer, it will be continued this year. Ma-
Kiernan said, "If they do not wish to terials were also alloted for .making ar-
refund empty containers we would sug=—tides to be sold.at-the Fall Fair in Oct.
gest they do not sell full ones."   "       ""    The convenor for the'Thrift Shop" vbl-
are short-handed~Tiv operaTin|
Auxiliary^ most profitable venture.
Members were informed of Appreciation Day held in the lounge of the extended care unit of the hospital last Sunday.
Assistance has been asked for the
Blood Donor Clinic tu be held in SccheH-
on   April   17th.
' The  opening  of  the  Regional  Conference at Lions Gate Hospital will be at
H_a.m.. lo. enable Peniris"ula~menTbers-Tto
get-there -by -catching- the 9 a.mrferrv.-
It Ls. Pender Harbour's turn to host the
Annual   Friendship   tea,   so   it   seeiris   a
good  idea  to combine  it  with  the„,3f>th
birthday party on May lDth. The celebration will be held in the Community Hall"
and invitations will be" issued~to all the
"'father Auxiliary "members,---      ™
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PARTY Candidate- for Coast-
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East;-—world traveller, multi—
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tersest is PEOPLE. It will be an
honor to serve you as a Mem.:,
ber of Parliament, m the meantime, can I be of service^to
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