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Array Regional board told . . .  DAVIS BAY���Chlorination  of Slunshine  Coast Regional District water supplies  do not meet B.C. health branch standards,  directors were told at their meeting last  month.        ,        - - ��  ��>. M. Bell, senior public health inspector, Coast-Garibaldi Health Unit, Powell  River, told the board that samples' taken  by J. W. Somers, health inspector, do not  meet standards in four of five locations  tested.  - On Nov. 20 Somers' tests revealed that  only Gower Point was free of coliform  bacteria. With O indicating a negative  count the other tested sites indicated:  Davis Bay 5/5; Roberts Creek, 2/5; West  Sechelt, .3/5; Sechelt main office, 3/5.  Bell said that Somers is continuing his  sampling and added: "If future results  are similar to those mentioned above, then  we will have no alternative but to require  adequate chlorination of this water supply."  He said: "Certainly no bacteria of the  coliform group should be present in any  sample.  "I wish to re-emphasize to the regional  board that I advise that this water system  be adequately chlorinated immediately."  District Planner Peter Hoetriberg told  the board that in the .past three years  chlorination of the water system had to  be increased threefold. It was also reported that the district is preparing to buy  additional equipment to carry out ade- -  quate chlorination.   .       ,  In other business, the' board was told  that the department. of recreation and  conservation had plans to designate Lot  2991 at' Skookumchuck Narrows as park  land.  '- G. F. Macnab, planning division chief,'  told the board in a letter: 'We believe  that the reserve placed on this land will  ensure that it remains in the hands of the  crown and that any development will be *  prohibited.",  Director-elect Norm Watson said that  extra space that the regional district office  requires could be constructed in Sechelt.  Watson said that he knows someone  who may be willing to construct adequate  quarters for the offices within the village  of Sechelt.  He said that if the board is interested,  he will make further inquiries,  Serving the Sunshine Coast, (HoWe Sound^tbJeryislrilet), Including Port Mellon, Hopkins Landing, Grorrthams Landing, Gibsons, Roberts Creek,  Wilson Creek, Selma Pork; Sechelt; Halfmoon Bay, Secret Cove, Pender Hrb., Madeira Park, Garden Bay, Irvine's Landing, Earl Cove, Egmont  ,2nd Class Mail  '. Registration No. 1142  This Issue 14 Pages��� 15c  Union <**&3S��'   Label  LARGEST CIRCULATION OF ANY PAPER ON THE SOUTHERN SUNSHINE COAST.  Vbl.  11,, No. 6 ��� WEDNESDAY. JANUARY 9, 1974  Re-elected president warns  on economic issuqs;  PORT MELLON���Fred AUnutt, president  of the Port Mellon Papermakers' union,  has stressed that his local, must question  every move made byVindustry and the  government in 'order to protect the best  interests of its members.  Allnutt was re-elected',.Dec. 12 to his  second term as president of local 1119,  United Papefworkers International Union.  ,;He. told the membership: "In my  opinion, to serve our ''membership properly/we must question, every.'move made  by industry arid government, regardless  of its political strips, and' oppose any and  every move that does,not appear to be  in the best interests of our membership."  And he warned: "We have the muscle  to make ourselves heard. It world economic conditions do not .start to improve  and inflation is not brought under control, it-is inevitable that the whole world  will > hear much more from organized  labor.  "We are not prepared to stand by and  watch our .membership'be' impoverished  while' huge;   multi-national' corporations -  get richer, and government's cringe in the  corner, afraid to, take' the' necessary^tefls  to   protect the  workers   and  all -other'  members of society that are .unable to'  protect themselves ",      'V  Characterizing local-1119; Allnutt said:  'The Port MeUori.local, always an active,  and highly respected member of the BJCv  labor community,'has become more active  and,militant in, the last few years?'  Other officials elected for 1974 were as  follows:  First vice-president,- Ron MePhedran;  second vice-president, Cam Prentice; cor- .  respondence and recording secretary, John  McNevin; financial secretary, .Bert Sim;  head..shop, steward, Norm McLellan.  Guards, Ken Barber, Dennis Sanborn;  "trustees, J. Keine, Wally Valancius, Alex  Stewart; executive committee, Steve Holland, W. K. - Peterson, John Dow, Stan  McKenzie, Keith Smith.  -*��*\  ���rf-  ,��W&*4�� jtStf&Jt &?? -  1 f,   "X��"   .  1  svk  %'*=  *���;���  _���� "v  January IS cutoff date . .  sic lestiv-  Teachers gain ,  salary boost -  LOCAL school teachers'have been awarded a  10.6 per cent pay increase by  provincial arbitrator Clyde, Gilmoiir.  He was brought in to settle the dispute  after salary negotiations broke down bet- ���  . ween teachers and the school board at the  beginning of December. -  Sechelt Teachers' Association'had demanded an 11 per cent increase, counter--  ed by an offer of .nine per cent from the'  school board.  ' '-_.,.,".<  - '- STA president Norm Sallis  said, he .  was "reasonably happy with the general  .WHO NEEDS an indoor skating rink   about four, inches thick and budding  -   -w.        .�����'  ~C  ,  i..nn.f3triT'MXiftwsss�� ���ymtwriMtra*   *���  when there is the great outdoors? Not  Cynthia, left, Virginia and Russell  Cunningham or Karen Vaughn, second right. ,They were among the  'many who tried out the ice at Trout  Lake on the weekend. The-ice was  Karen Magnussens and Bobby Hulls  pulled oh the blades and tested their  skills. This group were in the novice  category but catching on fast. The  weather ^ remained crisp, clear and  beautiful as the'Sunshine Coast lived  up to its name.-As of Sunday's Times  deadline, it was uncertain how long  the cold snap would remain. There  are more pictures of ice skaters inside. . ���Photo by Dick Proctor  Second term  DEADLINE for entering the firstFenin- '"In the" speech art section there; are  sula-wide. music and drama festival contests for one-act plays, recitation of  is Jan. 15, organizers remind local resi- poems of the speaker's choice and a spec-  dents.     -                                        v ial section of bible 'reading."  The Sunshine Coast Kiwanis-sponsored Trophies will be awarded to the win-  event will feature competitions and ners in each competition class and a spec-  awards in.almost every conceivable class ial award will go to the entrant scoring  of music and speech art, including piano, top marks during the festival,  .accordion, arid guitar and solo and group ' The entrant who shows the greatest  vocals^ promise will receive a bursary.  Categories have been provided for all Entry forms must be completed by  age groups - from six-year-olds to senior Jan. 15 and sent to the secretary, Box  citizens.   -                                          , 5000, Gibsons.  Said a Kiwanis spokesman: "There will For further information, see the adver-  be competitions for orchestras, bands, pop tisement  in  this   week's issue   of   The  combos arid western or old-time groups. Times.  iwmntm fVTO 'M' * T  *   1 1' ��l*l,  settlement,-although we expected .some-    AGNES Labonte was reelected chairman  thing around 11 per cent.",, - M\    '   -of Sechelt school board Jan. 3 at the  bodyJa. inaugur.al,_me>tirig of ^.l?74.^r,  ,    l'{M^\ imis,* <"*  thing around n per ccui.. .   - ..-?(��� t,-  -������.-���<' Andi, BUI 'Nimmo; .xchairman v ''of ���^the?'  school > 'board's ��� salaries   committee, .was  "nof'too ��� unhapp!jr"';with'the arbitration  settlement.' - >   ���    ,.  Trustee Peter Prescesky told' the board  - Jan. 3 that the 10.6 increase on scale would  add 10,58 per cent to the district's operating  expenses for  1974-^an increase of  ' approximately $151,000 or two mills.  The local settlement is in line with  arbitration awards in other, parts of the  province. , '  Provisional budget  lops $528,000  INCOME and expenditures are combined  to make the Sunshine Coast Regional  District  provisional budget  the  biggest  yet.  Finance committee chairman Frank  West, Area E read the budget at thte  board's last meeting in December. Total  expenditures, including surplus is $528,-  170 compared to 1973's final, budget esti-  riiate of $438,069. However, actual expenditure to the end of September waa $441,-  091.';   ''������'       ������-���;���'���   -       ���������������������     ���   ,:������...������������.,:.���  ...���  ��� The district will prepare its final budget in the spring. '  Vice chairman is Peter Prescesky. * .  .-. ��� Before handing over the chair to Mrs.  'Labonte, district superintendent- Roland  Hanna^said 'that trustees had-made a lot  of major decisions during 1973 to combat  the Elphinstone Secondary School crisis.  And he congratulated secretary-treasurer Jim Metzler, maintenance superintendent 'Bob,Rutter, Elphinstone principal  Don Montgomery and Lloyd Yorkston for  their efforts in helping minimize accommodation problems. '  "The board did a good job in keeping  Elphinstone open in September and arriving at a satisfactory insurance settlement," said Hanna. '1973 will long be  remembered in the history of School  District 46."  The superintendent felt that 1974, also,  would be a full year for board members.  Trustees would have to appoint a replacement for Bill Nimmo, who did not. stand  for re-election; decide between the one  or two school concepts; consider provision  of additional special education classes; and  hammer out with, Sechelt Teachers', Association an acceptable in-service training program. ,  Adult education', in the district may  have to be re-organized, also, he felt.  On the second vote for chairman, Mrs.  Labonte beat out trustees Joe Horvath    have shown in me by electing me again,  and Peter Prescesky.   -. - ;    ;..   ' , "I hope this will not be such a tough  .;%Jin accepting4he,chaUvMrs^L^bon^^^yearjubut^we,are all..a%are.'of.:the,.ni;obr  said:  VI appreciate, the ^confidence youi ' lenis ahead of-us." '  This, will be Mrs. Labonte's second  term' as chairman'of the board.  Trustees delegated the chairman to  prepare a slate of committees and delegates for approval at the next board"  meeting.  Metzler" was   authorized   to   borrow,  $200,000 to-meet current operating and  debt service expenditure pending provincial approval of the district's budget.  The next'board meeting will be'held  Jan. 10 at 7:30 p.m. in the school board  offices. *  Area Hydro grants  total $17,517.19  VILLAGE of Sechelt and Gibsons and  the Sunshine Coast Regional District  are richer by $17,517.19 following B.C.  Hydro's annual grant in lieu of taxes.  The bulk of the grants went to Gibsons: $2,143.30 to the village and $12,587.29  for schools, In Sechelt, Hydro made a  grant of $145 to the Sunshine Coast water  authority through the Sunshine Coast  Regional District!   ' -v  B.C. Hydro does not make grants directly to school boards because they are  not tax-collecting authorities. School  boards derive their income through municipalities and provincial grants.  Hydro paid a total of $21.2 million to  120 British, Columbia municipalities. Hy- ,  dro paid $17.2 million In school taxes, on  the same basis as any corporate taxpayer.  Hydro, as a government' agency, Is  exempt from municipal taxation and'  makes such grants in lieu of taxes,  .���.Swl*4L   so" *   *.&'  ^fe*  '     *'^:*&* Jl      ������ '  /x  DAVID Hoyward, 71, of West Sechelt. music and drama festival. Tiro rctlr>  practices his rendition of a traditional cd customs officer ban been singing  Scottish ballad for senior vocal cato- for 50 years. "I Hkc entertaining peo-  tfory, in upcoming Surwhtne Conb>t plo/' he told Tlie Tlnios.  IMMMIIIiHMIIIIItMIMIIIHIMHMIIIIIIIMIKMIUHIIillMMlllllllinHUiniMlinilllMMHtMtlllM IMIMail>i��IIIMIIIillllllMMMIIMMIII��llll��illllll��l��IUlaHIMaMMIIIMIM��MMMtl  -   ��� .   -i'     ' . ���    ,      \ .  by DICK  PROCTOR ���  erty and a space has been reserved for a  first-class recreation ground."   .  , Sounds like a nice place.  ��� .'���'."���*' ���  WHY DON'T THEY?  W. Harris of SechoM asks: "Why doWt  thoy realize that It Is dangerous to drive  50 mph in a 30 mph zone? Troll Avenue  to the school la a 30 mph ��ono so many  overlook." , ,  "Re: the scores of pothole* on the  Boulovnrdt JVhyv���don*t, they^ realize that  this stretch ot waterfront "Is Sechelfi  greatest asset and Is a ylsltor's attraction.  At lenat mnko It safe to walk along."  How about tho lane behind tho Dank  of Montreal. That's got to bo tho worst  pot hole gulch In town.  Why don'* ��hey give cars left on public  roadways 24 hours to bo moved and If  thoy are not, tow them away7 Many of  these vehicles are abandoned; If tho  vehicles, had valuo the owners wou,ld  make certain that there were removed  fpm public property. >  I know where there aro several such  cars and I bet any reader can find more,  Lot's clear up junk on tho Sumhlno Coast.  Lot's get rid of junk cars and Junk car  lots should bo made to fence their property and the fence should bo attractive,  " ' Wo have '6no of tho most bonutlful  settings man could wish for but man Is  .too.busy messing It up,  ��� ���      ���  Did you over wonder who was last  listed In the phone book? Overall winner  Is Cornells Zuldoma In lh�� ftachoU section  and A, Zuotff holds honors In Gibsons. M.  Zotoff  la  last  In  Pendor, Harbour and  ���>���*�����. png�� B��0  MMIIIItllMHMMHIM IHIIIHMaMMHMMIMIMiiM IMMallMIIIMIIIHIMMIMIIHIII Ml ���(���IIIIMIIIIIIIMIialHMMIIMUallf ���lallllHMMHIIIHMIllltliMIMIHIillfllMltlim  AN ITEM In the Powell Blvei New* expresses,  clearly   the   intelligence   of  whales. ,,  It seems that on Boxing Day the  Comox fomty struck what w��*b believed to  bo a log and the vessel turned arbuhd tor  Investigate, Passengers wore amazed when  If turned out bo a whale.floating belly-up  with a largo gnsh in, Its side apparently  from tho lorry's propeller blades.  "Tho whalo went down and camo up  - again right sldo up with two other, whales.,.  i, holding It up," said Mn. WJWrod. Claxk of  Powoll nivw. Tho ferry stayed on tho  scene for about eight minutes while tho  whales tried to help tholr injured companion. , , "  "Tl>o o|,hor two wore so concerned,"  Mrs, Clark stated, observing, "I can't sco  how wo can call them dumb animals. Thoy  woro trying to help tho other whalo."  Mrs. Clark and other" eyewitnesses  Identified tho Swhalcs as Wller whel����  although other reports Indicate It may  have boon �� grey whale.  Killer whalo aro so intelligent it"teems  n flluuno to kcop thom corralcd Hko thoy  are In the nquaxiuni In Stanley Park and  In other places,   "  Thoy aro treated Just llko any'porform-  Ing animal. Instead of tho tiny confines of  " tho ntjuMum pool thoy should ho allowed  loose to roam tho ocoan. And that goes  for all other zoo animals - they should bo  allowed out of cages, Tho best types of  compounds aro tho typos whore tho animals con,, run Jooso and not bo caged hv  People peeing zoo ahlmnln aro riqt scolng  thom In their natural surroundings,  ���      ���      ���  Did you know that a man has tho  record for non-ntqp talking? He's Vlctw  Williams,  an Amorlcan, who spoke for  138 hours. ; ;.;;   ^ '���",""��  The longest non-stop speech by a woman was only 90 hours, 54 minutes' and 11  'seconds - a poor second.  .','.' " ������':    ������'.������..,'.   ���'  Ink from Tho Ponlnsula Timoa gets all  over'her hands, claims^a reader, so sho  solves tho problem by holding tho newspaper by napkins,.Good,'thing wo'ro not a  tabloid, sho'd only bo able to road the  ,���c,on^rcLcphjmttsw^  ; ��� ��� ���' ���' ���    ��� - - ��� �����  Socholfs Barnaclo Street; finally got a  sign, but, wouldn't you know It, It reads  Barnaclo Avonuf^ In the vlllago, streets  run east and west and avenues north and  south;, .  Jacl* MayiM*, Sccholt's notary public,  , has ono of tho fow original maps of tho  ordinal lownslto of Soocholt, published in  lOOfl, Tlio publicists (known in the newspaper business as flacks) wore very big  ,oh Boochelt In those days, Tho vlllago "la  situated about 33 miles from Vancouver,  2% hours' Journey by steamer,  "There is a splendid bathing beach,  good boating and fishing, Very Httlo rock  ,on tho property, tho lay of tho land Is  particularly level and tho noil i Is all that  could bo desired. ,  ""Tliorbln a flood'water supply frorri-  tho mountain stroams  which has beqn^  Installed by tho government (Tho mountain streams?)  "Tho climatic conditions compare favorably with those of Victoria, tho rain-fall  being about tho iarno as that city, there"  being, however, no hea,vy* winds which  makes It a particularly healthy place for  children throughout the year,  , "Rpada aro graded through tho prop-  DAVTS   RAY���Lines?   of   communication,  between the Indians and the white  community in regards to the proposed  sewer system ore riot broken, Peter, Hoem-  berg, district planner, assured Sunshine  Coast Regional District directors at their  last meeting.,  '    "Many  concerns   of  financing  were ,  voiced" Hoemborg explained, "and thoy  would (the Indians) like to discuss the  whole matter amongst themselves."  The matter was brought up as a routine  business item under unfinished business  on tho agenda. Tho board wanted to  know tho condition of the proposal..  Director-elect Norm Watson, Seoholt  aldorman, said that Indians aro concerned  about losing their autonomy "and this  Bcares holl out of them."  Director Frank West of Area E said  tho Indians want to operate their own  sewer system and thoy don't want outside  Interference. "I see nothing wrong In  ���hot." ,,',"���',';,"  Tlio sower proposal was initiated more  than a year ago.  HtlllHIIMMMmiHiu "������MIMIIIIHIIMUIHMIHMH*  THE WEEK  January  9 to 15  u'  at Point Atkinson  -Not bo us��d  or navigation-  zr ���  w.  0710 16,4  Sc       0150  3,0  9  1230 11.2  12       0055  16.7  1713 M.O   -���Mir  0,1  2400    2.0  2028  12.4  Th.  0025    1,2  5u.      0230  5.7  10  0730 16,7  13       0925  16.3  1325 10.3  1610  7.0  IBIS 14.0  2143  11.0  ft.  0110    2,3  Mo,     0315  7.4  11  0020 16.0  14       0995  16.0  1420    9.2  1710  6.1  ...1920 13.2  ���,..,:���; :,.2330  11.6  0403 9,4  1030 15.4  1803 5,4  2400 11.0  CLOSED JANUARY 13 TO 24  SPORTS UWMMITED  Sochelt O 805-2512  'jiwiiiiii an ���MnualiaiiiiiaMiiiiiioiiiiMiaMMinil1 Letters to the Editor are the opinions of reader*, and not necessarily those of The Times.- A  nom-de-plume may be used for publication, but all originals must be signed by the writer.  IT HAS been more than a year now  since the matter of a sewer system  to serve SecheU village, Indian reserves  and portions of the Sunshine Coast Regional District was proposed.  - Where do.we stand? Almost in the  same place we were this time last year.  Engineers Dayton and Knight outlined  their proposal in a-public meeting in  Sechelt Elementary School last February. Talks about sewer's and the necessity of them have been going/ pn in the  regional district and the village of Se-  cheh\ for many years and in earnest for  more' than a year.  The village of Sechelt and the regional district commissioned Dayton and  Knight to come up with a proposal, for  a sewer system to serve <the prescribed  area. The engineers did and the proposal  was aired at the public hearing.  Former Sechelt1 Mayor Ben Lang, one  of the prime movers of the sewer, proposals, maintained that such a" program  is essential and inevitable. Lang said at  one point: "The day of the septic tank  and disposal field is almost.over."  After enthusiasm was built up for  the system, public interest appeared to  be waning and in April Lang urged the  . regional district to make known its stand  on the sewer .system. Several" directors  (Rita Relf, Area B; Bert Slade, Area C;  Harry Almond," Area D) expressed their  Opposition iS the proposal.  At December's meeting of the regional board, members were still not sure  just where the matter stood.  Director-elect Norm Watson, representing the village, said that the-Hold-up,  appeared to-be with the Indian band,  who, he said, were afraid of loss of  autonomy if'they supported the project.  Band Manager Clarence Joe told The  Times that the band can get financing  for the project and can go ahead with its  . share any time that the band gives approval, y^  However, the fly in the ointment, according to Joe, is that everytime the  white community needs financing with  any project beyond its own boundaries,  the Indians are then���and'only then���  ' considered.  Joe said that when someone refers to  Sechelt, "We want to know which Se-  cheit he is talking about, the municipal  village or the Indian village. There is a  bad history of the whites. dealing with^  Indians." '  Joe's complaints "boils down to the  fact that .when the whites want financial  Post office praised      ^  Editor? The Times  ' Sir: In, these days when criticism is  heard more often than praise, I would  like to put in a word" of thanks to the'"  local post office employees for their devotion in sorting "thousands of items of  iriail over the holiday season and deliver- ���  ing them to the correct addresses.  With such a common name as ours,:  ity toward CARE's on-going programs in  the future.  THOMAS KINES,  National Direetoi  Ottawa, Ontario ' , , ���  Bergliot Solberg will  continue to hunt trap.  Editor, The Times ���  ,Sir: This is in reply to Jacquelyn Mc-  help when1 dealing outside their own community, they use the Indians as. a basis  of financial support. After that support we are especially grateful to the carrier' j_,eod7Stephens (The* Times, Jan. 2) who  is obtained,- the Indians are. forgotten, on RR 2,.Sechelt. He has yet to make a: safa sne was glad I find trapping unprof  A case in point, he said, was the hospital   mistake with our mail." !'-u-  site,, which the Indians donated. After  that the Indians were not offered seats  on the board of directors or.allowed.any  say in the operation of the hospital, business.        *,    . '    ' ���'     t  The Indians fear, the same problem  with the sewer system. As soon as the  whites get their use out of the Indians,  they'll be forgotten, Joe feels.  - "When the whites come and tell us  we are members, of boards or committees,  then we'll ^say* okay, as long as you consider us part and parcel of this area."  Indians want a fair deal. They have'  a population of over 500.persons and  own some of the most desirable property  on the Sunshine Coast. Unless the whites  have- Indian support this community will  never be able to advance. Certainly the  600 residents of ��� the village" of Sechelt  will have difficulty financing a sewer  system to serve, their rather large area.  Residents in West Sechelt are not overly  inclined to jump on the sewer band  wagon and neither are residents in the  Roberts Creek area who are also included in Dayton and Knight's sewer feasibility study.  i So it appears the- Indians are holding  an.ace. If the village fathers want a sewer  system they are going to have to go to  the Indian community with hat in hand  and ask for their support. The Indians  can support the project but they want a  say-in its operation���and rightly so.-They  want 50-50 partnership basis.  In the meantime, costs are escalating.  The proposed system to serve Sechelt  village, Indian reserve, Selma Park and  "Davis Bay areas was estimated at  $1,187,000. That was last year. In this  age of inflation costs will be anybody's^  guess. , ���   ���  Mayor Harold Nelson has indicated  that sewers are still number one priority  to the village. If so,' action had better  take place, and soon.  THE Christmas holiday traffic record  * throughout the .province seems to  have been outstanding from a "standpoint  of safety and lack'ol serious accidents.  Vancouver, our largest city, recorded no  traffic deaths, surely a record.  Authorities credit the "safe and sane"  holiday success to the allout campaign  waged by the provincial government  through press, radio, and TV and which  promised no laxity-in law ,enforcement.  Police officers and judges were, the' publicity clearly warned and frequently repeated, no longer inclined to be tolerant.  "They have seen too much carnage on  the highways and streets." Drinking and  driving would simply not be tolerated,  and offenders were promised driving suspension and a-night in jail.  The Warning, and the intent to carry  out its meaning, apparently took effect.  DrinWng-driving. .offences dropped almost out of; sight.  Am<s>th<��F h&wM��t��t  '��� Om can only ponder  At so> grotesque a blunder.^  THE quotation by Emond Clerihew Bendy actually refers to George III but  it can certainly be adapted to our provincial government, :  Once again the New Democratic Party administration made'a hasty decision  and had to pull back.. We're referring to  the switch to daylight saving time.  "No way arc we going to change our,  minds about remaining on standard  time," said provlncinl Secretary Ernie  Hall haughtily just before announcing  British Columbia would Indeed remain  on standard time.  "^^irwoTSW'bolaughhbirif it "Wasn't so  serious (and; bo common). After making  its ill-conc0lYcd decision to switch to daylight time to conform with tho United  States, the government insisted that tho  rest of Canada would follow suit and in  any case B.C. was going to change regardless. So change was Imminent. Air  lines, rallronds, television 'networks adjusted accordingly to suit tho province.  TV Guldo printed the' new times antlcl-  . pntlng t'hnt the government meant what  Ifsnid,  iThon,'nt tho 11th hour, bowing to  demands, the decision was mado to remain on standard''times nt least for tho  time being, .  As far m we're concerned the stnnd-  "ardthiic Isliribfoir this Iati(udc7i/V switch  would mean that children would attend  school In almost darkness*, loggers  would lose limo; tide schedules would 1ms  confused and a number ��f other prob-  lemrwouhi be tnairml; Halt said tho  switch would not sovo energy, which is��  the reason for the changeover In the U.S.  Then why so adamant about the switch?  Apparently po television times between  tho U.S.'and B.C. will coincide.  Thi*< h lust another example of the  I  " Instead of criticizing the post office  for late delivery of the odd letter or package, maybe local residents should give"  those tireless workers a word of praise  when next they visit the post office. They  deserve it.-    ;���  -' ANDY and FREDA WILSON  West Sechelt  Vandals spoil Christmas  Editor, .The Times:    '    ,        -  Sir-i-Our Christmas tree in the Ceno-;  taph  looked like a  disaster  area,  but,  there is an explanation���vandalism!!!      '-  First they cut' the lines holding the-  tree and the wind blew it over. Secondly,  after the B.C. Hydro crew had turned on  the lights somebody pulled on the strings  of, lights until they had broken the strings.  The Hydro had to return and repair, as  best they could, the damaged strings.   "  This Christmas season has been most.  discouraging for the -people who  have  given' of their time to help make the village attractive at Christmas.  .   Morgan Thompson,  Sechelt  ^Revelstoke's the place  to be for diamond jubilee  Editor, The Times:  *" Sir���At the beginning of 1974, we'  would like to mention" that this year  marks a very important, anniversary for  Revelstoke, B.C.  The, city is 75 years young and plans  are underway for a gigantic celebration.  To date we have mailed out over 2,000  homecoming invitations to former residents of Revelstoke. However, there are  several peaple we have not been able to  locate. Would you be so kind as to print  this letter for the people of your com-"  munity in hope that we may reach more,  -of our former neighbors and friends?  We are inviting all visitors to the area  to join in our Diamond Jubilee celebrations, with special invitation to all former  residents of Revelstoke, Sidmouth, and  Arrowhead regions. July 12 - 21 marks -  Homecoming Week, and,will be highlight-,  ed by the Revelstoke High School class  reunion dating back to 1914.  Other events-during Honfecoming "in- S  elude dances, plane rides,1 beer gardens,  open houses, art displays, a wine and ���  cheese party, honky tonk, parade,, senior,  citizens   picnic,   moose    barbeque,   ball  tournament,   giant   homecoming   family  picnic, summer curling bonspiel,- judging  for beard growing contest, and an open;  , air ecumenical service. And believe it or.  pot, plans are still being made for even ���  more events I  i  To all former residents who have, not ���'  received their, homecoming invitation in',  the mail, please send us your address so  we may keep you informed as the plans  pleasant results for the overworked tax-    develop. We are really looking forward to'  payer, who foots the bills in all oases,    seeing you. ,  either way. Revelstoke Diamond Jubilee Soc..  Fines, probations; curfews have fail- p0X; 750  cd to make any impression on vandals. wevexstoue, o.u  ^^Zt^AZWt   CME expresses thanks  J Editor, The Times  Sir: On behalf of CARE Canada, we  would like to thank all those who sent  in donations to CARE during the year  ' just concluded. Their support during 1973  has enabled us to continue assisting the  needy and to help those in some 34 countries of the developing world help themselves. CARE's on-going food, self-help  development & mecBcal-aid-and-trainlng  programs assist over 30 million people In  Africa, Asia, Latin America and the  Middle East, both saving .lives and building better, more self-sufficient futures, i  While expressing our appreciation to  all CARE contributors, wo would also encourage thom to continue their goneros-  itable.  ' I never said I was-going to quit hunting and trapping. The only time I trap  is in the winter time. I only hunt for  meat and I trap for their fur." I am not  like these kids that steal my, traps- and  put them up again on trails or other  places where people walk. They don't  throw the traps in the water,, they use  the traps and' trap in' the summer. It is  against the law to trap in the summer  and destroy all the animals. That is when  they get their young ones. If you know  the law, it is also against the law to  steal traps on my trap line. I don't put  my traps where the -hikers go.  - I did not mean to shoot- that bear in  the foot. I did not know,' my' gun was  shooting low. I've got another gun now &  it shoots good. ' I. shoot. animals in the  head so that they -don't suffer..  How about the. cougars on Vancouver  Island? A cougar bit a little kid and the  kid had to be taken to the hospital.  I came on a place where the cougar  had killed a deer. Then the cougar came  leaping right for me so I shot him. It  was only about 15 feet'away when I shot  him in the head, so you can see how  dangerous it is to walk in the woods  without a gun.'  Cougars are supposed to kill 36 deer  in one year. When cougars kill deer they  sometimes rip them in two and some  will bite the deer in the head and suck  the blood out through the head. I have  heard some deer holler for about 15 to  20 minutes. I went the next day and  found the carcass with the deer and cougar tracks all around.  I am not the only one that is trapping and hunting. It seems like in your  letter that I "am.  Incidentally, I am Miss Bergliot Solberg, not Mrs. (Editor: Mrs. Stephens addressed the letter Ms. Berloit Solberg but  the proofreader missed the error.)  BERGLIOT SOLBERG  Sechelt  Page A-2 Tho Peninsula Times  Wednesday, January 9, 1974  i  Times gone by  THE FOLLOWING articles are taken  from the files of The Times of 1973,  1969 arid 1964.    .   - -  January 10, 1973���Sechelt School  District teachers were awarded an 8.8  per cent salary increase.   - '   >  The first baby of the new year! was  born to former Coasters, Mr. and Mrs.  Graeme West of Port McNeill. Mrs.  West, the former Bonnie Lee of Egmont  said her son arrived at St. Mary's, Hospital January 3 at 6:10 p.m.  MLA Don Lockstead" wa& slated to  address the Sechelt and District Chamber  of Commerce's annual installation banquet January 16.  Why does the provinciaf government  persist in allowing the Royal Vancouver  Yacht Club to have a lease in the Secret  -Cove area? asks a front page article in  The Times.  January 8,, 1969���Success of the  Sunshine Coast Senior Citizens homes  project has proved so great that plans  have been advanced for an additional 10  units bringing the total to 20.  Hovercraft service between downtown  Vancouver - Gibsons - Powell River and  Texada Island will commence this spring  providing nothing unforeseen interferes  with present plans of B.C. Hovercraft  Ltd.-  St. Mary's Hospital now has a fully  qualified physiotherapist in the person of  John W. Lewis.  Coadt Cablevision has announced  plans to serve Sechelt and Gibsons in  the spring.  Sunshine Coasters were warned by  Coast Garibaldi Health Unit director Dr.  P. J. Reynolds, that a strain of influenza  virus currently inflicting its miseries on  the world is not a new type but the fami-  . liar old bug.  i  January 8, 1964���Pender Harbour  1 Volunteer Fire Brigade bought Sechelt's  old fire engine and now have a land unit  . as well as a fire boat.  Mrs. Joyce Nichols, RN, was dismissed as matron of St. Mary's Hospital. ���  Completion of the health centre in  * Gibsons is near.  The Times announced the end of its  final free issue and also told of carrier  routes to be set up throughout the Coast.  Garbage disposal problems received  full "airing" ats Gibsons village council  meeting.  Why don't they?  WHEN The Times, in the column Sunshine Coastings, started a Why Don't  They? feature, the idea caught on and  there have been sortie remarkably good  suggestions.  Most of the ideas have merit and  they are too good to run just once and  forget so The Times has complied the  best ideas and will run them each week  in this space! We will add to.the list  with the'-passing weeks and we will remove any that have been taken care of  (providing that" we hear about it.) x  To add to the list (or remove items)'  call The Times at 885,9654, 885-2635,  886-2121 or write Box "310, Sechelt.  Before you call, check the. Ustl���it  may already have been suggested.  WHY DON'T THEY? ���  ���Put a traffic signal at Wharf Street  and'Highway 101?  ���Put an exit sign at Porpoise Bay  government" campgrounds?  ���Install a handrail down the steepest part of School Road?  '���Use their car lights, more during  rain storms and at dusk?  '   ���Realize that driving 30 m.p.h. in  a 50 m.p.h. zone is dangerous?  ���Have a swimming pool for children?  ��� ' ���Put a blacktop bicycle path on  Highway 101?    ,  ���Organize a permanent ^recycling  depot for newspapers, glass and cans?  ���Have local boarding homes for  senior citizens?  ���Extend the shoppers bus to Halfmoon Bay?  ���Start court on time?  ���Dump highway fill at the ravine  at therS-bends?  ���Stop all large trucks from using  the ferries from Friday noon to Monday morning?  ���Market frozen breakfasts?     : ' ''  ���Start evening classes immediately  after day school?  ���.Number power poles so that residents can have an 'address'? ���  ���Put Utter boxes by the big multi-  ' pie rural route, mail boxes?  ���Repair the potholes on the Sechelt  waterfront?  ���Conduct adult classes in basic political science?  ���Put big cars in outer lanes  small cars in inner on ferries?"  and  Various coffee mugs are still available  at twenty per cent discount. Miss Bee's,  Sechelt.  M mffiB9�� fi*<B<MM��ti��<�� fflpjpd��<&(B@Ih  Why cannot the, same Idea be carried  out to help curb the vandalism which  has become "the thing" these days?  What can be done to get judges and  magistrates to hand out some realistic  punishment, instead of a pat on the head,  Johnny's-really-a-good-kid-at-heart, and a  reference to some overworked probation  officer?  The same promise as was successfully made for drinking-driving offences;  if offered for insane vandalism and backed up by action, might produce some  fe  any  hundreds of tasks that need doing in a  community might be the answer. Not  threats of, but promises to,  hasty decisions made by this government  that had to bo rescinded, postponed or  rewritten. Remember Bill 42 and the  Public Officials Disclosure Act?  What will bo the next blunder?  Success; When you have a credit cord  for every restaurant but your doctor  won't let you eat.  Uvai  SUNSHINE COAST  futile and oLJrama ��jreit  Competitions tor every ago group from  7 years to Senior Citizens In:  m   ���& PIANO  "it; VOCAlT  ^ACCORDION  ^C GUITAR  ^INSTRUMENTAL  ir ORCHESTRA  jr BIBLE  TV BAND  ���& POP COMBO/  jc OLD-TIME or  WESTERN GROUP  *�� ONE-ACT PLAYS  7^ RECITING  READING  ENTRY FORMS AT:  MADEIRA PARK SCHOOL    ,  KRUSE DRUGS; SECHELT  SCHOOL BOARD OFFICE, GIBSONS  For Information call:  886-2463 or 886-9394  1AST -DAY TO ENTER ��� TUESDAY, JAWUAftY }B  What is Pharmacare?  Pharmacare Is the new prescription drug programme of the Province of  British Columbia.  What does it cost to join?  There Is no cost of enrollment nor are premiums necessary.  Who 18 eligible? f'  , '   rr>'" '\ '...������  All British Columbians who are 65 years of age and over and who satisfy the  90-day residency requirement are eligible to receive a Pharmacare Card. The  benefits provided must <be for the sole use of the person to whom the card Is  Issued. Individuals over 65 who are In the same family group will each receive  their own, card. Dependent children and spouses not over the age of 65 years  are Ineligible^ ,  How do you enrol?  ��� ,    r ��� ,    ,      . .   ��� \ ���   ' "���' ''  If you are 65 years of age or over and are presently enrolled In the B.C.  Medical Plan, M.S.A., or C.U. & C. you will automatically receive notice'  of eligibility.  -If you are 65 years of age or over and -hove resided in British Columbia for*  at least 90 days but are not enrolled in any of the above medical plans you  must apply for eligibility. Application forms are available from.your'pharmacy.  When will you receive your Pharmacare card?  '���' ' ' ' i ' ' '      i  During the month of December, 1973.  What Iff you are eligible but do not receive your Pharmacare card  during December? . . .,  If your card has been delayed In the mall or sent to a wrong address, pharmacies  will accept your M,SA, C.U. & C. or'B.C.M.P. card as temporarynroof of  your eligibility. <v  How the programme works.  .���Whf?!Ly!?y T^^vS.^^'C.P^'rapn^fecd eligibility card, sign  " It at once. Your card Is for your use pnlyT *"��� '"*' "'" " ""  You will find more Information available at Pharmacies  displaying this symbol.  TNIE GOVERNMENT OF BRITISH COLUMBIA  73 3?f��n  f  , ,'J.  y  '\ *^w  /  \  4?    _  The Peninsula Times Page A-3  Wednesday, January 9, 1974  . ______    ���   -   _-���- (  We believe  , __���,      ,    >���-  by Nonavee Jones  Church  of Jesus  Christ of  Latter-Day  Saints,   ���<     ','.-/''    _ * M ���  "WE believe in being subject to, kings,  presidents, rulers, and magistrates, in  obeying,   honoring,1 and   sustaining   the  law."/ *'      ,    '  '"��� y   ,  'i   ',<     ���  - This is one of .the Articles of-Faith of  the Church Of ; Jesus Christ of Latter-day1  Saints. We fotoowv the admonition of  Christ;' "Render unto Caesar the things^  which' are Caesar's; arid [ unto God the  things, that are God's'! >(Matthew 22:21)  This includes obeying the speed limit and  filing a correct income tax return.  In a revelation dated Aug. 1, 1881,  the Lord said: "Let no man break the  laws of the land, for he that keepeth the  laws of God hath no need to break the  laws of the land." (D. & C. 58:21).  Law is the rules of, conduct or the  - principles of behavior that ,enable men  to live together in harmony. It reflects  the moral sense, of the people, and is  based,on respect,for each individual. Under the law all men are equal; they have  the same1 rights arid the same responsibilities. '  ���  We believe that governments were instituted of God for the benefit.of man;  that he holds riien accountable for their  actions in relation to them, both in making laws and administering them for, the  good arid safety of society.    '   -  We are taught that We have an obligation to uphpld and sustain the respective  governments under,which we live, and  obtan our livelihood, from which'we obtain protection for person & property,- and  from which we enjoy freedom of action  and religion. Latter-day Saint parents are  commanded to teach their children to be  law abiding citizens..  We do not believe it just to mingle  religious influence with civil government.  We believe the following rights should be  guaranteed to each individual by government: First, the protection of life- and  property. Second, the free exercise of  conscience, including religious, freedom,  insofar as it does not infringe upon the  rights of others. Third, freedom ��� from  bondage,  It is true that government at municipal,- provincial or federal levels is not  perfect. It is pur right and, duty- to, be  actively engaged in a constant campaign  for improvements, to have good laws enacted and bad ones repealed.  To be in a position to do this, we must  be informed on local and national issues.  We must study all sides of the questions,  and as an informed electorate, make right  decisions at the polls.  We believe that only men of integrity'  should be elected as our representatives.  We  believe that every man should  be  willing to accept public office, even at  personal sacrifice.  We bplieve .that, existing governments,  whateyer their type, ��� should be honored  and, sustained until they can be changed  for the better by lawful means.   ", '  m  Donations "poured in" . .  ives distri  |ifegyg��^^  e Yule  aoipers to the needy  & &r   SUNSHINE Coast Elves Club distributed,  a grandUtotal of 92 fopd^ hampers, to  needy families on,:the coast this Christ-,  mas, an increase of 40 over the previous  years^ "' .r     ,/  ,"   ���     < < ' ��� < .J >''  >     In .addition, 800'toys and gifts were  : distributed', compared to 500 in 1972.  Throughout^ the year,. i club * members-  r set aside one penny' each: jday and one  wfood   item' each   month   towards   their  Christmas hamper project.    ,.  ,   ''  Local residents,and businesses .eagerly  joined'tin the  "unselfish and  concerted  effort" to  brightens.Yuletide for needy  families, said an elf. M  "The   response   from   the   Sunshine  Coast public was tremendous. Generous  donations of cash, food items and turkeys;  poured in from all directions."    ," -  Among   corttributors   were:   Sechelt,  Gibsons    and    oberts    Creek , brarichs,'  Royal Canadian,Legion; Sechelt branch,  Legion Ladies* Auxiliary;" Gibsons Lions.  Club;  Gibsons  Building  Supplies  Ltd.;  Ken's Lucky, Dollar; Girl Guides;, Gibsons  Brownie's;   Gibsons   Kinette *Club; ���  Madeira Park Elementary School; Davis.  Bay Elementary and Elphinstone Secondary School. v .. . '  ��� Gibsons firemen repaired and donated  , 197 'toys   and   two  anonymous   women  contributed a coriiplete Christmas dinner-  for one needy family.  Mother Hubbard Bakery-Ltd. donated  baked goods for the hampers.  The Elves Club gave "special thanks" v  to Gibsons United Church for contributing the use of its hall as a drop-off depot.  Mrs. Crucil allowed the club use of her  Sechelt store as a collection depot, as  did Benner's Furniture. ,-���  For deliveries, Len Wray, donated the  f use of his truck along with a, driver.  Christmas day, the Elves brought a  festive touch to St. Mary's Hospital. An  Elf in costume, accompanied by two helpers, distributed 120 miniature rosebuds,  corsages, and boutineers to all patierits.  Toy-filled, stockings .were distributed to  -the children. '   '  ELFIN benefactor brightens up  Christmas day for patients at ..St.  Mary's Hospital by, distributing rosebuds, boutqnnieres' and corsages.  ������������������������aiiiiiinaiiuiminamimiaiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiHiiiiiiimn  Gibsons Pentecostal  HIGHWAY &-MARTIN,  Canadian speeders  face dual penalties  CANADIAN motorists violating the newly declared U.S. 55 mph speed limit  could face penalties on both sides of the  border, B.C. Automobile Association president, F. R. (Ted) Paxton,. warned.  "B.C. motorists violating the new law  could pay a U.S. fine, lose points when  ' their licence is endorsed by Victoria' arid  ultimately pay more for their insurance,"  he commented.  Paxton said if. U.S. authorities report  traffic volations to Victoria, driver .demerit points will be allocated as though  the offence occurred in B.C. .    ,,,  !  | Sunday School 9:45 a.m.        >' S  | Services 11:00 a.m. and 7:00 p.m.   =  | PHONE 886-7107 ���    |  s ' Pastor: Gerry Foster ��  m m  ,"miiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiniiiiiiiiiiiii��iiiiiiniiiiiifl  ^���������������������������������������������������������������������miiianimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimHiiuaHHair  |       The United Church  i of Canada I  5 SERVICES:    ' s  5 St. John's United Church -Davit  5 -Sunday Services - 9:30a.m. |  | Roberts Creek United Church =  s Sunday Services - 2:30 p.m. 3  = ,          Gibsons United Church s  =��� Sunday Services-11:15 a.m. :  5 MINISTRY:      ' s  S~ Rev.Jim Willamsoh, Gibsons,, 886-2333    5  "iiiiiiaiiiiimiiunaiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiaiiniuiiiiiininnaiT  . aaiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiliiiiiiiiiiliiiiiiiiiiiiiiiMiiiiiilii  =    BAPTIST CHURCH SERVICES  |    Calvary Baptist Church  s Pork Road, Gibsons 5  s Office: 886-2611 Res: 886-7449 jj  s Morning Worship 9:30 a.m. .���|  3 -     Sunday School 10:45 q.m.    ^   .    5  | ' Evening Worship    7:00 p.m. 5  | Prayer & Bible Study, Thursdays 7:30 p.m.   |  s _      Weekly Youth Programs |  i    Bethel Baptist Church    |  s Mermaid & Trail, Sechelt 5  S Office: 886-2611 --. Res: 886-7449 :  | Sunday School 10:00 a.m. 3  | Morning Worship" 11:15 a.m. |  = Prayer & Bible Study Wednesdays 7:30 p.m. s  s Weekly Youth' Programs S  | REV. W. N. ERICKSON, Pastor |  amiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiitf  1963 FORD  STATION WAGON, V/8, aulo-  matlc transmission. Mechanical  Condition Good.  $1B0  1971  CHEVELLE Mallbu  4-door,   V/3  automatic,   power  steering, power brakes, radio, an  ocononflcal compact.  $2596  1971  FORD Galnxie S00  '2-dr. HT, V/8 automatic, power  steering and brakes, radio. Ever  sea such a buy for so mucN car?  $2395  1972 PONTIAC Ventura  4-door Sedan, 6-cyl. automatic,  power steering. An economical  compact*  $2795  1971   CHEVELLE Malibu  2-dr. HT, V/8 automatic, power  steering, radio. Economy ft performance with this little beauty. ���  $2496  1969 FORD Custom 500  4-door, V/8 automatic, power  steering, radio. Excellent mechanical condition. Try this prico on  $1295  1972 GMC %-TON  CUSTOM DELUXE PICKUP, oi^ly  15,000 miles, V/8 auto., power  steering and brakes, radio, split  rim wheal* and HO equipment.  $5800 now, try thit. price  $3796  1972 FORD Torino  302 V/8, automatic, power steering, radip. Very economical and  still plenty of room and comfort.  <$2795  1971  MUSTANG  2-door Hardtop, 302 V/8, automatic, power steering and power  brakes.  $2795  1973 DODGE Dart  4-door Sedan, 6-cyl. automatic,  radio, only 9900 wiles, Economy  ^ plus comfort.      .  $3195  1971 CHEVROLET Impnln  2-dr. HT, V/8 automatic, power  steering and power brakes, radio.  A steal at this prico.  "'"   "''"'$2396      .  1971  HUSKY TRAILER  Like new. StoYc, sink, fridge;  sleeps 2; excellent ground cloonr-  , anco for back-country towing.  $1296  1969 GMC  i/2.TOW  PICK-UP TRUCK. V/8 with 3-  , speed std, transmission. This unit  has just had oyer $700 spent on   >r"and''"clufcaV",ovoi   $2195  1971   FORD  Va-TOIM  PICKUP TRUCK. 6-cyl., 3-spood  standard transmission. Fully reconditioned   and   ready   to go.  Boat this price if. you can  /. ,  , $2295  ALL RUT ONE OF THESE VEHICLES HAVE BEEN FULLY RECONDITIONED AND AS  A RESULf THEY REPRESENT FIRST CLASS BUYS AT THESR PRICES.  Bnnh Financing Available on O.A.cT  \ ��  GIBSONS  ��   886-7114  D-106B  I��  '  '  I  ��� L   *     ��  ���  MridWriMM  �����.<-  ���  ..mi ��.����J1  MALKIN'S CHOICE  LQ Bffi^l 1ITC     WwitotiV Cocoiiut Fingers or  B��I9^IJPI H &     Graham Squaros ...... ., pkfl.  cutir'itb:;"';.-'.''..'���,','.";/>'"���''^'.':.'.r..r. y. "���'..'���."....���  WAX PAPER REFILL \Z 2 ,���r  Catolll ready cut        ;  COFFEE MATE S���.'t .......-::..-.,  TOMATO KETCHUP V?..***.  (wysHRopMs sg joS^r.v  TOMATOES  ASPARA0US TIPS  Mo,Mn''Fflnqr  Malkln'f Chofca  20-ox, tin ........  12-oz, tin  C  C  c  ,c'"  ,c;  c  c  c  c  c  c  12-ok. ..  PEANUT BUTTER  fcft  SUNLIGHT      ,  LIQUSD DETERGENT &   :  *5C  SUNLIGHT KING-SIZE  SARDINES ::tt&il^_: i^T  TOMATO SAUCE ^..^2 for 59c  MIRACLE WHIP ?^;,ar       "'"0  COFFEE   ^A,50"^A"fmr���   ;  Nollton'i  Ten 10c bare ........   TOOTHPASTE  ^s.,*  MOUTHWASH Scopa  Jar ���...~���,  PRICES EFFECTIVE: THURSDAY,  JAN.  10 TO SATURDAY, JAN.  12  sssss  !  We Reserve the Right  to Limit Quantities. n���-  PHONE 885-9654 -  885-2635 - 886-2121  For Fast Ad-Bri&f Service  COMING EVENTS  TWILIGHT THEATRE  Gibsons /; ',   ���    886-2827  Thursday, Friday,  Saturday  January 10, 11, 12  "-'Pete'N'Tillie"  Walter  Matthau   and Carol  , Burnett  mature;  Sunday .Monday, Tuesday  January 13, 14.-15 ..  'White LightmrV'  Burt Reynolds  '   MATURE  All shows 8 p.m. and in color  - ~      9519-7  BIRTHS  ��._��_a>w---��ii    ��� ���������!������ ����� -i ��� -, ��� -��� i  -  j  .   i ..    mm  GIBSONS AND SECHELT  WGSTSRN DRUGS  ... are pfecead to cpdRSor this  t?Mb ABMtincemoflt space,  and  extends Best Wishes to tho happy  poKsato. ��  CARD OF THANKS  THE greatest feeling in, the  world is to have so many  wonderful" friends. Thank ��� you  all sq much for your cards,  gifts ' and flowers. ���Terry "  Henderson. ' 3928-7  -THE patients of, Extended  Care ward," St. Mary's Hospital wish' a very healthy,  happy ' and prosperous New  Year to all the auxiliary ladies, volunteers and members  of the community. We sincerely thank .you all for donating' your time and efforts  during the past year.    3911-6  PiRSONAL ���'  BAHA'I Faith, Informal chats.  885-2465, 886-2078.     1075-tfn  ALCOHOLICS Anonymous ���  - Meetings 8:30 p.m. Thursdays, Wilson Creek Community Hall. Phone 885i-9327. ��� In  Madeira Park meetings Wednesdays at 8:30 p.m. in the  Community Hall. Phone 883-  2401. ,    ;<; ,3952-tfn  QUESTIONS?  Regarding 1974 Vehicle  Licences and Insurance . ., ���  PHONE MARY at 88M235  Sechelt Agencies Ltd.  '  9517-6  FOR square dance information  contact Pat ��� or Jack Whit-  aker, 885-2438. .  '3273-tfn  REAL ESTATE  PRIVATE���Lot for sale, Chas-.  ter Road.' All services. Zoned   for   mobile   home.   $6600.  Phone 886-9984. -3921-tfn  160 ACRES beautiful elevated  property, some view, trails,  secluded. Near Secret Cove,  $80,000. Write Box 310, c/o  The Times, Sechelt, B.C.   , 3212 tfh  TWO bdrm. house with basement.   Superb , view.   Sea-  view   Rd.,    Gibsons.    $17,000.  Terms.  886-2949. 3754-7  REDROOFFS   Road.    I    acre  treed lot,   100'x^04\   Potential view, near beach. Phone  883-2368. 3890-7  8.6 ACRES at Roberts Creek.  Stream   and  view.'  Private.  920-1024. ,.    ��    3922-tfn  WANTED ��� Waterfront prop-  erty Sunshine Coast. Principals arid/or Agertts please  phone (112) 943-4454 or iwirite  508-56A St.,  Delta,  B.C.      v  2600-tfn  REAL ESTATE (Con't) .Page A-4   The Peninsula Times, Wed., January 9, 1974    F0R RENT {CoBti|1||ed) W0R|C WANTED (CoBt.,  WANTED: ' Investment /property; large or small. David  Ball,   Deroche,  B.C.   826-8854  (Mission). 3825-6"  BUYING a home? Talk to the  Royal Bank for your mortgage." New mortgages and refinancing /available. Royal  Bank,  Sechelt.  885-2201.  '  3854-tfn  ,, ���'*������.. * i.    i  - i  '        QUESTIONS?  Regarding 1974 Vehicle  Licences and Insurance . . .  PHONE MARY at 885-2235  Sechelt Agencies Ltd. .   9516-6  7.3 ACRES, with stream, plus ���  architectually    designed  .house in Wilson Creek. Write  House, c-o Box 638, Sechelt or  phone 885-9710. 3174-9  . LAND   available , in   Sechelt  village.  Will build to suit.  ...Contact Mission Point Developments Ltd. Box 547,- Sechelt '  or phone 885-9951.       3913-tfn  CLASSIFIED  ADVERTISING  RATES      2 **�� 3 bdrm stes  Phone:   885-9654  or  885-2635.    Gibsons: 886-2121  886-7335.,  .    3757-7  Published Wednesdays by  Powell   River   News  Town  Crier'  Sechelt Times Ltd..  at Sechelt, B.C.  Established 1963  \  Member, Audit Bureau  of Circulations  March 31,1973  Grass Circulation 3500  Paid Circulation 2947   ,  As filed with the Audit Bureau  of Circulation,  subject to audit.  Classified Advertising Rates:  3-Line Ad-Briefs (12 words)  >ie Insertion $1.20  Three Insertions __' $2.40  Extra lines (4 words) 35c  (This rate does not apply to  commercial Ad-Briefs),  Box Numbers 50c extra  50c BoOk-keepIng charge is added  for Ad-Briefs not paid by  publication date;  Legal or Reader advertising 40c  per count, lino.  Deaths, Card of Thanks, In Mem-  oriam; Marriage and Engagement  notices are $4.00 (up to 14 lines).  and 35c per line after that. Four.  words per line.  Birth, Notices, Coming Events take  regular classified rates.  Subscription Rates:  By Mail:        ~   -.  .$7.00 yr.  Local. Area   Outside Local Area $8.00 yr.  U.S.A. ���Z. $10.00 yr.  Overseas $11.00 yr.  Senior Citizens,.  Local Area ���  Single, Copies   .$6.00  _15c  Copyright and/or property rights subsists in all display advertising and  other material appearing in the 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  will be subject to recourse in law.  ROBERTS CREEK  Waterside of Lower Road, between Jpe and Bay view Rds,  Lota serviced with water; and  paved roads, Easy beach access. Ideal summer cottage or  residential site, Sign on.  CALL OWNER 880-7310  or write, Box 9503, c-o Peninsula, Times, Box 310, Sechelt.  ���'" "'���" '��� ���''��� "' : ��� ";' ' '  9S23"7  NEW 3 bedroom house. Phono  , 880-2417. ;., ,      2551-tfn  Cozy. 4 room cottage, furnished, wall-to-wall carpet, elec.  heat and hot water. Private  setting. Level entrance. Short  walk to PO, shops and beach.  $21,500 on terms.  GIBSONS: View lot, frontage  2 blk. top streets. $2,500 down  on $7,900 full price.  GRANTHAMS: Terrific view!  Terrific buy at only $16,000  full price, 3 bdrms:, large family size kitchen, nicely appointed' cozy living room. Wired for range ,etc. A-oil heat.  $11,600 down and take-over  existing 8% per cent agreement.  HOPKINS: Double lot has  panoramic, view'-, serviced.  $8,500.  Listings WantedL  K. BUTLER REALTY LTD.  All Types of Insurance  Gibsons, B.C. '  Phone  886-2000  or' 886-9121  MEMBER  MULTIPLE LISTING '  ~*              SERVICE    ���  Norm Peterson 886-2607  Freda DuMont 886-7105  .  :   9524-7  150'   WATERFRONT,   Brooks  Cove.  885-2522 or 885-2519.  ' 3930-9  APPROX.  Vz  acre,. Redrooffs.  $5500. Call (112)883-2500.   3947-9  SELMA Park,- partial, view,  Lot 100*xl35\ Near,, water  and hydro,' $8000. Phone 885-  2709 or write c-o Cuylits, RR  1,  Sechelt. 3905-8  FOR RENT  SPACIOUS 1 BR suite. Fridge  ���    stove. Central Sechelt, $150.  Phone Sechelt Agencies, 885-  2235. ��� 3954-7 .  RITZ Motel, reasonable daily  and weekly rates. 886-2401.  __jj 3407-tfn  WATERFRONT,     completely  furnished,    beautiful,    one  bedroom home in central Gibsons. Phone 886-9804.   3934-7  RUBY   Lake  Motel ������ cabins  available   at  winter   rates,  $110 per month. 883-2209.  3369-tfn  1 BR APARTMENT, WW car-  ���'������,'.'pet. Modern app. and colored fixtures. $165, Also batch-,  eloi1 suite, $150. Both available immediately. Call 886-  ������Mlft1,;-; ...���," ���, ; ':/::.���.    39S5-7  MODERN bachelor suite, WW  carpet, ��� colored appliances,  Near shopping, plaza. Available January 1. $150. Ph. 886-  2415. 3889-0  TWO bdrm,  ste.  in Gibsons,  WW , carpet,  largo  kitchen,  FP. All new.  $175 mo,  incl.  utilities,' 880-2707. 3752-7  HALL for rent, Wilson Creek  Community    Hall.    Contact  Marg Pearson, 886-2337.  3246-tfn  FOR RENT (Continued)  LARGE  furnished  waterfront  suite. Adults. 886-7108.   ^ 3959-7  OCEANFRONT Selma _Park  home. 2 bedroom downstairs, 2 up, elec. heat." Available immediately- to end of  June. Furnished, all conv:  Rent $135. Ref. (112)985-5949.  3917-6  . SPACIOUS 2 yr. old l' bedrm.  ste.    Kitchen,    lrg.    living  room,   4  pee.   bathrm.,  stove,  fridge   incl.   Beautiful   View.  . Hopkins Ldg, No pets please.  $140 mo. Avail, immed. 886-  7851.      3419-7  PARTLY furnished 2 BR  home. Central Selma Park.  Very reasonable rental proposition on long term lease  basis to right party capable  of canpentry, plumbing and  electrical. Ref. required. (112)  985-5949.   , 3916-6  FURNISHED cottage, central  Gibsons, $125. No pets. 886-  7810. 3418-6  PENDER HARBOUR REALTY LTD.  (ON HIGHWAY 101 AT FRANCIS PENINSULA ROAD)  Real Estate & Insurance '  PENDER HARBOUR ~ EGMONT ���' EARL COVE  .��� ���  .   . , ���  ' f ���      ..  f. ������ i���i-i���,-���--.-������-.���-��������.-  i-   .1���������i������.���.���i����� -npm.    ��� i ���i��� ���M....I*,.m��� -���a������.������������i .  MODEST HOME ~~ 825 sq. ft,, 2 bedrooms, Nice  vlow oyer the harbor. This is an excellent buy at just  $21,000 F.P.  MOTEL���- 3 housekeeping units abovesand beach,  Good moorage. $36,000 with terms,  PENDER HARBOUR ��� 9,year old 4 bedroom homo -  over 2 acres with stream - Some work needed - Good  Investment at $20,000 cash.  20 ACRES ������ level land, several good building sites,  Potential vlovv of harbour. Only $30,000 F.P.  W FRAME ��� on lease lot. Truly magnificent ylow  of harbour I and open water. Just $29,500, Includes  i all furnishings.  ���   PHONE 883-2794  ���'WE NEED LISTINGS ���.  John Breen     , Archie Broyton      Jock Hermon  883-9976  083*9926  883-2745  FOR RENT (Continued)  OFFICE space in court house  facilities:, 10x14,  $50; 15x28  $95. Call Hayden 885-2283.  3172-7  LARGE 2 bdrm home. Dining room, FP, all elect. Carport and private yard, $175.  No pets. Central Gibsons; 886-  7810. ^3421-7  2 BEDROOM house in Seen.- '  elt. Oil furnace, range and  fridge included. No pets. Available Jan.  1.  886-2069.  3896-6  WATERFRONT    4    bedroom  house.    $135    month   until  June 30. 885-2628. 3898-6  BEACH front 3 BR home. FP  in LR. Large kitchen, Selma  Park. Available Feb.  1, $185.  (112)926-3771. 3962-7  ONE'"bedroom cedar dabin on  5 acres, available Jan. 15.  Open beam ceiling, fireplace.  Four miles from Sechelt. $125  mo. Phone   (112)321-1311.  '     3910-6  SMALL, one bedrm. house, W. '  Sechelt, $125 month. Avail.  Feb. 1. Call 885-9487.  3175-7 ,  HOUSEKEEPING room.  Clean,  warm,  Selma Park.  Gent. Phone 885-9538.  ���  3936-7  SMALL re-decorated cottage,  -.fridge and stove. Walking ���  distance to all facilities. Rent  discount considered in lieu of  upgrading property. Suitable  for middle aged couple. Re-'  ply Box 3920 c-o Peninsula  Times, Box 310, Sechelt.  ���-' 3920-9  FULLY modern one-room furnished suite with bath,, $65.  Phone, 8866-9641   between   10  a.m. and 3 p.m.' 3173-6  FULLY furnished 2 bedroom  home on Park Avenue, Roberts Creek. Lot 10. References. $150 month., Phone  298-1197. ��� 3897-6  WANTED TO RENT  RELIABLE couple seeking unfurnished 2 BR house. Preferably Sechelt or Roberts  Creek area. Ref. avail Phone  886-7701.     - 3931-7  RELIABLE     couple    seeking  caretaking job in wilderness  or rural area. Write T. Fen-  ner, Gen. Del.,  Squamish.  3907-6  FISHING rod repairs. Custom  work.    Reasonable.    Phone  885-9570. 3940-12  LIGHT ��� hauling, deliveries!  ' house and garden clean up,  gardening, ��� furniture moving,  etc. Free estimates. Phone  886-9503. 3274-tfn  EXPERIENCED"   construction  'jvorker.   Married,  22, needs  full  time  work.   Call  Barry,  . 886-2415. -, 3957-7  DIGGING sewer    lines,  gar-'  den, etc. Tree "service, wood  'cutting,    cat    work.    Insured.  886-9597. 3629-tfn  BOOKKEEPER, 5 yrs. experience.   Sechelt   area^JPhone  886-2006. /      3i  WILL   butcher,   dress' or  your ' meat  or   game,  place or mine. Phone 883  3044-tfn  HELP WANTED  WORK WANTED  FOR all your carpentry needs,  call A.' Sheppard Contract-  ing at 886-7005. ,3414-tfn  ANCHOR  Enterprises.   Framing    crew    soon   available.  Present job open for inspection. Gerald Giampa. 885-2618.  3953-9  FURNACE    installations-  and  burner   service.   Free   estimates. Ph. 886-711!,        36-tfn  PEERLESS' Tree    Services-  Guaranteed   insured   work.  Phone  885-2109. 1887-tfn  GENERAL    handyman.  ' Carpentry,  painting and    light  hauling. Ph. 886-9516. 228J��.-tfn  PERSONABLE ladies wanted  immed. Excellent remuneration in personal satisfaction.  Help. Kinsmen's Mothers'  March. For details 886-7148 or  886-2996. 3423-9  DAY sitter for one year old,  ��� Roberts "Creek   area.    886-  2733. '        3904-6  TAXI drivers, age 19 and over. Male or female. Class 4  licence   required.   Phone  885-  2251. 3690--tfn  DEPENDABLE man who can  work without supervision.  Earn $14,000 in a year plus  bonus. Contact customers in  Sechelt area. Limited auto  travel. We train. Air mail W.  B. Dickerson, Pres., South-,  western Petroleum, Box 789,  Ft. Worth, Tex. 9513-6  FREE  travel opportunity  for  person making regular trips  to Vancouver. Phone 886-2989.  '      ' -    3964-9  REQUIRED for general office  duties for Provincial Park  Branch, Porpoise Bay- Prov.  Park, 4 hrs. per day, 5 days  week. Wages in relation to  experience. Please submit applications to O. *N. Johansen,  Mt. Seymour Park, N. Vancouver��� 3903-7  MEMBER OF  MULTIPLE LISTING  SERVICE  BOX 769, SECHELT, B.C.  REAL  ESTATES LTD.  ESTATE  -r-,  PHONE 835-2241  SECHELT AND AREA  5 BEDROOM'SEA VIEW'HOME  Located on corner lot, 7O'xl50'. Short walk to good beach. Completely finished. Basement with 2  bedrooms.  Two full sets of  plumbing  on   main  floor.   Floor oil  wall-to-wall   carpets.   Brick  fireplace. F.P. $42,500. Call Jack or Stan Anderson.  DAVIS BAY  SUNSHINE U-DRIVE '        .  Growing truck rental business. Shows gross of over $40,000  per year. 150'xl50' central highway location. Portable  office. 9 units all insured and licenced, 5 year lease with a  further 6 year option. Outlet in Gibsons on commission. Full  Price $49,900. Call Jack or Stan Anderson.  h'i  This lovely home in Village of Sechelt ready for your inspection.  . Choose your own colors and carpers. Only $34,500. For further  Information call  LEN or SUZANNE VAN  EGMOND.  5 ACRES - WEST SECHELT  Near Mason & Nor-West Bay Road. Some timber, garden toll,  Full price $21,500. Call Jack or Stan Anderson.  REVENUE  Up and down duplex on view  lot.  $270 per month  for  both  suites. Only one block to beach, Fireplace in main fjoor suite,  sundeck. F.P. $38,000. Call Jack or Stan Anderson.  SELMA PARK  WEST SECHELT LOT  Large treed lot���86' frontage. Private driveway, treed, seasonal  ,    ^stream. $9,500 full prlqe. Call Jack or Stan Anderson.  DERBY ROAD, i  Trailer lot 56'x, 158', Serviced and treod with some view, Call  ,   -Jack or Stan Anderson,  ' '!    WEST SECHELT     *    :  ��� % acre lot. Small year-round creek. R-2 zoning, Trailers promlt-  ted, Lots of trees, Power and water. F,P, $10,500, Call Jack or  Stan Anderson. '    ,  NEW 2 BEDROOM VIEW HOME  Quick possession,  View  of Gulf  and  Trail   Islands.  With  full  basement and carport. Full price $36,900. Call Jack or Stan  ���������'���-;���'���'���' ������������'.������-������������"������"������ -    Anderson.'    COZY WATERFRONT .COTTAGE - SELMA PARK  Ultra modern Interior. Kitchen has fridge, electric range, fluorescent lighting, living room has built-in lounging chairs that double  as beds, Fireplace burns real wood. Wall-to-wall.shag carpeting In  living and bedrooms, Anchor your boat behind breakwater In  front of property, $15f000 includes most of the furnishings, Call  Davo Roberts,  WEST SECHELT COTTAGE ������       ,  2-bedroom cabin on largo treed lot,' Cabin needs work, All services available. Basoment In. Also small shed, F.P, $15,000. Call  Stan or Jack Anderson.' , .. . .  LARGE M0DERN~HOME WITH INCOME ; V  1485 sq. ft. 3-bodroom deluxe homo with 2. bathrooms,plus full  modern 1 bedroom suite In basement, as well as a large rec,' room.  Utility and storage In high dry basement, Ideally situated In West  Sechelt, Close to all facilities,'This home must be seen to bo  appreciated, Early possession, Well financed qt 9Y*%. Call  Suzanne Van Egmond, ���  REDROOFFS ROAD AND AREA  TUWANEK  SEMI-WATERFRONT    '  Year-round stream. Sea view unique, Hexagon' home on extra  large creek-front property. Your own prlvato park. Electric heat.  Center fireplace. Approximately 1,000 sq, ft, Full price $38,900,  1   Call Jack or Stan Anderson,  ,��� ��� PENDER HARBOUR ������ ','��� ;'���' ' ' ���'  ���' ,.������ ,,. ,:,,.WATERFRONT. LOT ���-.OYER J , ACRE '..,.,.,��,��������,.,,..,,...,  Close to Sechelt, SouThorn exposure, Groat view of Merry Island  and Strait of Goorqla, Only $18,500, Call Lcn or Sunanno Van  Egmond, '       ,    '  i ' -7' '     '       Over % acre <���Redrooffs Road ���- Treed with approx, 120 ft,  frontago by.200 ft, deep, Paved road, secluded"area, F,P.'$6j550,  Call Jack or Stan Anderson, ���   '      '     '  800' WATERFRONT ACREAGE  Southern exposure, Protocted doop, wator moorage for fishing and  boating,   Beautiful   park-like   upland   and   pobblo   beach   for  swimming". Excellent for group Investment or subdivision.  F,P. $ 125,000, Call Un or Suzanne Varj' Egrnqnd,  '������~    GIBSONS AREA  ~ .  KING-ROAD ������"  ���������"���'���w  180'xl220', Road at side. Heavily treed, $21,500, Call Jack  or Stan Anderson,  GOWER POINT  r   GOWER POINT ESPLANADE    .  Excellent Vi acre waterfront building site,   100x220' at Gowor  ' Point, Power ond water at lot. Easy access to good beach, View  across Georgia Strait. Don't bo tho ono to "just miss" this one.  Reasonably priced at $22,000, Call Davo Roberts for appointment,  to Inspect,     '������'���.  " Loir     """  Largo tre��d lot on regional water, located on Lower Road, Small  year-round creek on tno boundary, Beach access close by. Irregular  shape. F,P. $5,250, Call Jack or Stan Anderson.  DAVIS BAY  Cholco of carpets and Interior colors, A fine now homos  to choose from;  SHERIDAN  3 bedroom plus utility, largo carport, fireplace, extra largo  kitchen. Over   1200 sq.' ft,  home on  Hockott Streot in  Sechelt,  SHANNON  3 bedroom and full bascmont. 1240 sq, ft, homo on lovely  ,  view lot In Davis Poy. 2 fireplaces ond ensulto plumbing, ,  SIERRA '     ,  3 bedroom and full basoment, Over 1200 sq, ft, homo on  laroo vlow lot In Davis Bay, Fireplace and ensulto plumbing.  v   KILDARE  On groat vlow lot, 2 bedroom and full basement��������� extra  ���J)tidrcK>m^ln^basemont,��Cwar^L100..k(),^.ft.,-.aach.4lc<)r,--<>  Fireplace and carport,  FOR   INFORMATION  CALL  LEN  OR  SUZANNE  VAN  EGMOND  Dave Roberts  ton or Suxonno Van Egmond   ���,._  -..,___.,.,_ Jock or Stan Anderson  Eves, Phono 885-9785        Eves. Phone 885-96T13     Eves, phono 005-2053 or 005-2305  VANCOUVER DIRECT LINE MU*5-5544  SEE US AT OUR OFFICE ACROSS FROM THE SECHELT BUS DEPOT  R RANCH AT PENDER HARBOUR  ranch on Garden Bay Road with approx. 15 acres  and seeded. Near new 31x55' barn, shed, rodeo pens, view-'  stand and concession stand. Older 2 BR house, fruit trees, two  year-round streams through property. $75,000. '  SMALL ACREAGE  1. Near Madeira Park - approx. IVi acres on Hwy. 101, $25,000.  2. Kleindale - approx. 8 acres with creek on Hwy. 101, $25,000.   ���_     i  SUNDANCE TRAILER COURT��� SECHELT  21 space mobile home,park located on Hwy.  101  in the main  business section of Sechelt. Approx. 2Mt acres "of'leased land  ��� over 24  years  remaining  on   lease.  Gross annual ��� income  approx. $15,000. $150,000. cash.  SINCLAIR BAY ROAD  Good family home ��� main floor has one bedroom^ kitchen, living room with acorn fireplace, bathroom; upper floor has 2 bedrooms. Full basement, roughed-in extra bedroom, oil furnace. Sundeck on two sides. Needs some finishing. $33,000.  7 ISLES RESTAURANT & DRIVE IN BUSINESS  Clean and well equipped business, licenced dining room, drive,  in take out service, good equipment, 3 BR suite for operator.  Located on the waterfront and Hwy. 101. Present operator  operating drive in take out service only. Full price includes  equipment, stock and business. $18,500.  VIEW LOTS ��� GARDEN BAY ESTATES  In a beautiful setting, serviced with paved road, water and hydra.  Public access to waterfront. Closo to. stores, marinas and post  office. $6,000 to $10,000.  MADEIRA PARK STORE >  Busy general store, barber shop and- adjoining 1 %-bedroom owner's home in centre of shopping area at Madeira Park. Approx..  100 ft. frontage on Madeira Park Road and 100' frontage on  Highway 101 - a choice property, containing 1.09 acres. $50,000  ,    plus stock (approx. $12,000).  EGMONT  1. 4-BR home, very large, on 3 separate waterfront lots with float.  Excellent group purchase. $105,000.  2. 2Vz BR home, 70-ft waterfront lot with float, $31,000.  3. Ruby Lake'- low priced/treed lot with 'road access. $4,500.  .   COHO MARINA AT MADEIRA PARK  Approx. 800' waterfront, 3.93 acres of park-like land. 2 BR  owner's home. Four modem, all-electric housekeeping units, camper and trailer sites, with modem new washroom. Marine ways,  .concrete boat launching ramp, rental Boats and foreshore lease.  Marine repair shop with office and sales of marine and fishing  supplies. Approx. 650 lineal feet of floats. Franchised for: Mercury  Outboards and MercCruiser inboard motors and stem drives.  Dealer for: Home Oil and Starcraft Boats, $260,000 plus stock.  VIEW HOME - BARGAIN HARBOUR  Well built/'beautlfully finished 2 BR home on two levels. Lots  of extras ��� 2 fireplaces, \% bathrooms, rumpus room, office,  oil furnace. Also has 3rd bedroom ��� needs some finishing. Covered sundeck and covered carport. Approx. .325 feet to public  beach area, excellent view of Malaspina Straits. And a 1-bedroom  furnished Ponabode cottage which rents for $75 per month.  .'    , $62,000. ,  MADEIRA PARK  Serviced with water and hydro, closo to elementary school, stores,  gov't wharf and post office:  LOT 36���approx, % acre with 100' frontage on two roads. Excellent view, $8,000,  LOT 46���approx. 1 acroj good view, 250' road frontage, $8,900.  LOT 70���some view, rough drlvoway In, $7,000.'  COMMERCIAL LOT ��� Just around the corner from the Post  Office, approximately 66' frontage on Lagoon Road, $16,000.  COMMERCIAL SITE ��� In main business section of Madeira  Park. 100' frontage on Madeira Park Rd, Lot contains approx.  20,000 sq, ft, $20,000.  7 ISLES MOBILE HOME PARK :  Located on approx. 3 acres close to Madeira Park on Hwy. 101  artd .overlooking Malaspina Straits, Has 11 trailer spaces ready  and plenty of room for oxpanslon. Monthly rental $60,00 per  space. $60,000^  SKIPPER BILL'S RESORT���  NEAR PENDER HARBOUR    ,  498' cholco waterfront; with all units overlooking tho Gulf, Beautiful chalet stylo construction. Main chalet, now 1972, contains'',  office, doluxo 2 BR owner's rosidonce, 3 fully furnished house-;  keeping rental units 5 Individual rental chalets, new 1971;  fully furnished for housekeeping, Ono Individual 2 BR fully  furnlshod housekeeping unit, now 1972, plus resort laundry ana  linen storage. 2,1 acres with frontago on Hwy. 101. Waterfront  has stone breakwater forming o private cove With floots and  boat launching. Four 14' flbreglass boats with outboard motors,  This Is a most attractive resort. $260,000,   '',,'���   ,;  GUNBOAT BAY  675'   very  cholco  waterfront.   Approx.   15   acres   of   privacy,  ���beautifully treed. Southern'exposure, Wat��r access only. $77;000r  180-FT. WATERFRONT - MADEIRA PARK"."  Horo Is an excellent property for development Into a marina  resort for a group purchase for parking and moorage facllltlot,  On 2,21 acres at Madeira Park, on Hwy, 101, 4 PR homo with  partial basement;, 24'x50' heated shop complete with hoavy  duty woodworking equipment, marine ways, launching romp,  approx, 300 lineal ft, now floats, good gravel beach, water lot  ��� loose, $105,000.  ;       CLAY'S MADEIRA MARINA  Approx, 3 acres on 250 feet cholco waterfront In Madolra Park.  30'x00' concrete sjiop building with repair facilities, display and  sales room, office, stockroom, Seven motel units, owner's 2 BR  homo, facilities for camper ond trailer units, five rental  boats and motors, launching ramp, floats, foresftaro lease. Largo  up-to-date stock of boat*, motors, parts and marine hardware,  bvlnrudo ond other franchises, Going concern, To vlow by op*  polntmont only, $250,000 plus cash for stock,  CALL OLLI OR JEAN SLADEY  REALTY UU  Madeira Pork, B.C. ,  Phone Pender Harbour 803-2233 ��\^  HELP WANTED (Cont.) MOBILE HOMES (Cont.)        PETS  BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY     FOR SALE (Continued)  CHAMBERMAIDS. Apply Peninsula "Hotel, Gibsons. *  3756-7  MORTGAGES  1st AND 2nd MORTGAGE!  Residential  -   Commercial  .  Recreational  All types "of real estate financing including builders loans.  '      Fast appraisal service.  ACADIAN MORTGAGE  CORP. LTD.        v  2438  Marine Drive,  West  Vancouver,  B.C.  Phone 926-3256  8227-ttn  CAMPERS & TRAILERS  NEAR new camper. $900.-Located at Coastal Tires. "886-  '7838. ���   - 3420-10  AUTOS, TRUCKS, Efe.  -   -   - '  FOR SALE or trade on .pick  up. 1969 Plymouth Fury III.  PS, PB, rear window defroster, clock, radio. 40,000 mi!  Good unholstery, exc. running  order. Phone 886-7304 mornings or evenings. 3753-7  352 FORD engine. Volkswagen   Van  and   Beetle   parts.  Armstrong Motors, 885-9927.  3923-7  QUESTIONS ?  Regarding 1974 Vehicle  Licences and Insurance . . .  PHONE MARY ��r885-2235  Sechelt Agencies Ltd.  '     9514-6  '63 VOLKSWAGEN, 885-9409.   3933-7  1964 PLYMOUTH, one owner,  low    mileage,    new    snow  tires,   radio,   good   condition.  $300."883-2283. 3941-7  '59 FORD, 6 cyl., auto. 26,000  orig. miles. Govt, safety inspected till Dec. 20, '74.. New  white wall tires, new snow'  chains, driven by elderly lady  since new. Orig. driver's manual included. Ideal for restoration or as 2nd car. $350 firm.  Phone 886-2334. , < 3908-6  '62 CHEVY II for sale. Good  running condition, $350. Ph.  after 5 p.m. 886-2046.   3424-7  1968 G.M.C. '34-ton panel  6 cylinder^ 4 speed* no spin'  .rear end, new rubber, mechanically  sound.   ;._ $1,600.  1968 G.M.C. 3/i-ton 4x4  Pick up, radio, new rubber,  V8 motor, 4 barrel  $2,000  1 -*   ��* ��  1 ,        f -      *     -V      t,;vjt       ,M��f(-       l, a,   '  1966 G.M.C. 3-ton  5    speed    transmission,    two  speed   rear   end,   V8   motor,'  steel flat deck and bulk  head , ..���....���.    $1,500  PHONE 883-2733   9522-tfn  '57 PONTIAC V8 283. Excell-  ent running cond. New tires  and   brakes   all   round,   $500.  Call Lee 883-9933 evenings.  ' 3859-7  1958 BISCAYNE' 4 dr. sedan.  As is, where is. Ideal for  parts. 6-cylinder motor, running smoothly. No reasonable  offer refused. Make me Ian  offer. 886-7649.       .        342p-7  LET u,s finance your next/Vehicle!  Arrange your financing  first   and   save,   atl the  Royal Bank, Sechelt, 885-2201.  ~855-tfn  '73 GLENDALE 12'x68\ 3 bed-  ,. rooms, furnished. In local  park. Take over payments.  886-2078.' ��-���      3935-7  HOUSE trailer, General, 8'x30*  fully furnished,' with,'good  fridge - and propane furnace.  ^ Suitable ,for small". mobile  home. Can be seen' at first  house on Johnstone Rd., Madeira, Park. $2750, or write E.  T.'" Wiggins,, -Madeira "Park.  (112)883-2485. 3950-9  DOUBLE WIDE  $10,900  100% financing available (O.-  A.C.) .Name brand appliances.  2 or 3 bedroom models. Many  decors to choose, from. ...  Local 885-2246  or Collect  434-8771.  REGAL MOBILE  HOMES LTD.  Motor Dealer Lie. No. 2240 -  '  9470 49 ;  AYERS, Mobile   Home  Park.  We have two trailer space's  available.  885-2375. ,  3946-tfn  .-.SUNSHINE COAST  MOBILE HOME PARK  AND SALES   /  RR 2 Gibsons ��� 886-9826  Now On Display  Ambassador - Diplomat  ��� Statesman - Embassy '  2 and 3 bedroom models, double wides; featuring: shag and  hard, twist carpeting, deluxe  colored; appliances,- custom  made furniture. Open for  viewing anytime.  ;, .      - - -   9490-tfn  '59 GREAT Lakes, 10'x45" de-  luxe, one bedroom. Furniture and appliances in like  new condition. Broadloom. Located Pender Harbour, $4300.  885-2692. 3924-9  KLEINDALE 8x33 furnished,  . 2 BR trailer, air conditioned.  New 24"..elec. range, used 24"  propane range in good condition. Fridge, new linoleum,  built in cupboards over double  sink.. Fully equipped bathroom, plenty cupboard space.  Dresser, elec. wall clock. A  real bargain. $1200. Ph. (112)  883-9091. .    3925-7  COUPLE will give male pup-"  -   py good home. Phone '886-  2415. 3956-7  SOMEONE  to   board   outside  spayed female dog. 885-9092.  3912-6  WANTED  good homes for 6  purebred    mongrels.    Small  breed,  black  and  white.  Ph.  886-2675. ��� 3948-7  TENDERS  '66   GMC   Handivan(/  , auto, pqsl-trac,  Ken, 886-2H3.  ILLNESS FORCES SALE'  THRIVING HOBBY SHOP  Steady and growing clientel.  AIL stock,' 2 year lease with  option. Plus $1800 revenue  from sublet. $7000 cash, terms  on balance of $3000 at 8 'per  cent. Enquiries write Box 737,  ] Sechelt, B.C. '  .     . 9518-tfn  WANTED TO BUY  HOME canning machine. Good  condition.   Phone   885-9720..  3949-7  DUAL- 1214' turntable;. Akai  910 received; Akai 155 speakers, 12" woofers. $943 value.  Sale- $799. Magic Mushroom,  885-2522.   , '        ,3929-7  APARTMENT size  auto,  washing   machine:   4   months  old. $225. Phone 885-2439.  3906-6  FOR SALE  BRITISH   COLUMBIA  HYDRO AND POWER  . AUTHORITY. .. .f���  Invites tenders for Janitor-'  ial services Sechelt District  Offices, Sechelt, B.C.  Reference No. CQ 8641  Closing   date:' January   16,  -1974.  Sealed tenders clearly marked as above-referenced will  be received in Room 1056,  B.C. Hydro and Power Authority Building, 970 Burrard  Street, Vancouver, B.C. V6Z  1Y3 until 11:00 .A.M. local  time,' January 16, 1974.  Details may be- obtained  from the office of the Purchasing Agent, 10th floor, 970  Burrard Street, Vancouver, B.  C. V6Z 1Y3, telephone 683-  8711, Local 2577.    '  .  9521-7  HAPPY ADS  10c word cash with'order.  Minimum  20  words  ($2)  cyl.,  Phone  3920-7  BOATS & ENGINES  1972 16V CRESTLINER, 20 hp  Mercury, Aqua Line trailer,  excellent condition, $1095. 885-  9750. 3945-9  23'    CABIN    cruiser.    Head,1  depth   sounder,   CB   radio,  full  canvas back,  Morcrulser  10 power. 885-2826,        3915-6  MOBILE HOMES     .  1974 fl0'xl2' MUNDAY Lender, 2 bdrm., reverse ��� Isle,  fully furnished, dejrv'd and sot.  6 per cent tax included. Absolutely no hidden costs, $10,-  050, Copplnfi's Car Town Sales  Ltd, 808-2205. D,L. 4201. ,  REALTY AND INSURANCE  Multiple Listings Service ���  Box 238, Gibsons, B.C.  NOTARY PUBLIC ��� PHONE 886-2248  t  GIBSONS RURAL * Mobile homo, furnished, extra  family arid utility rooms, 2Yz acres, good garden soil, Closo to shopping, Only $36,000,  ROBERTS CREEK -2'/2 acres, good oardon sqllf. fruit,,  troos an nlco pqrk-llko area.'Small 2-bcdroom  home, guest cabin and workshop.  Full price  $45,000.  Also 1,12 ACRES on Lower Roberts Creok Road. Closo  to everything. Nicely treed, Only $11,000.   "  LISTINGS   WANTED  Momb#r Vancouver Real Estati Board  RON M��MVANEr 180-9436  T  ���yr.  Send a Happy Ad to someone with  Congratulations, Birthday or Anniversary Greetings, Good Wishes,  Hats Off . . . anything that will be  a Happy Message!  COLEMAN circulating o i 1  - heater. "Good condition, $40.  886-2949. '    3755-7  ZENITH 23" BW console. Ex-  cellent condition.   $150.  Ph.  885-9048.    , 3914-6  21   INCH  B&W  Admiral TV  with stand, $60. 885-9740.  3943-7  2   DOUBLE   bed   mattresses,  good  condition.  Phone  885-  9808. 3944-7  FIREPLACE   wood   for   sale.  Alder- and fir.   Phone   885-  9311 or 883-2417. 3233-tfn  OIL furnace, excellent condition. $200. Phone 885-9388. .  3963-tfn  THE  BARGAIN CENTRE  GOING OUT OF   ���  BUSINESS  Used Furniture and Household  Goods  No Reasonable Offer Refused  SECHELT 885-9848  9520-tfn  SUEDE coat with zipper lining. Size 16. Excellent con-  " dition.   885-2364. 3932-7  _   USE TIMES ADBRIEFS  *  Special rate $3.00 per month for  2-line listings in this classification.  Cash with' order only.  Extra -Lines,, $1,50   Per  Month.  PENINSULA    Times:    Phone  Sechelt    885-2635,   or    885-  9654. Gibsons office: 886-2121.  SECHELT Taxi, 885-2251.  3629-tfn  LOST .  FROM Halfmoon Bay area,  medium size black dog���  white chest and paws and  curled tail. Name of 'Sam'.  Reward, Phone 885-2847.  3961-7  FOUND  WEST Sechelt,  green budgie  with  leg   band.   885-2306.   3942-7  CHANGE   purse.    Claim    at  Miss Bee's. 885-9066.   3918-6  LIVESTOCK  FEED, SEEDS  FENCING, FERTILIZER  Buckeriield's   Horse,  Chicken  Hog and Cattle Feeds  ��� Purina Products  Alfalfa - Straw and Hay ,  QUALITY FARM SUPPLY  ���1 ��� R^R. 1, Gibsons      '  Open: 9 a.nv. to 6:30 p.m.  ���        Tuesday to Saturday '   >  One mile south of Sunshine  Coast Highway  Pratt Road 880-7627  , 0477-tfn  2   HORSE   trailer   for   rent.  Cunningham's.   Phone   885-  9927. 3340-tfn  SWIFT Feeds ��� H; Jacobaon,  ' Swift dealer. Nor'Wost Rd.,  Sechelt, Phono 885-9309, Chicken feeds - Horso feed - Hog  feed ;- Cattle feed, Hay and  other feeds by order,   250-tfn  USE TIMES ADBRIEFS  TO SELL. RENT. SWAP. BUY  TAKE OVER PAYMENTS  Mortgage Co. would like reliable party (adults preferred) to simply assume low monthly payment on  immaculate 12x68 deluxe 3 bedroom mobile home,  built by Moduline Industries of Penticton, B.C. This  unit has every possible option including deluxe Spanish decor and furnishings, deluxe, 14 cu. ft. double  door fridge, deluxe Westinghouse washer and dryer,  RCA color T#V., gun type H.D. furnace, house type  doors, double insulation, oversize electric hot water  tank, etc. Must be seen to be appreciated, lived in  just two months: was foreclosed due to marriage  difficulties.  Interested Parties Please Call 438-2424  Out of Town call Collect 9-9 daily  COSMOPOLITAN HOIS LTD.  5912 Kingsway ��� South Burnaby, B.C.'  Dealer Licence No. 121  CHARLES ENGLISH LTD.  REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE  NOTARY PUBLIC AND APPRAISALS  Gibsons, B.C. 886*2481  PHONE TOLL FREE: 687-6445  HOW MUCH DOES A VIEW COST ?  LOOK AT THESE VALUES:  SOAMES POINT - A rambling house with character,  extra large kitchen with built-in range and oven, Including dining area. Four bedrooms, comfortably large  Hying room with fireplace, 4-piece bath, part .basement. Long sundeck over carport and fronting house,  all on 93x140 lot overlooking Howe Sound. Full price  .,;������ 'V $32,700.'.'"   ���  HOPKINS LANDING - Here is a terraced angular lot  overlooking the Sound, with 3 bedrooms, half basement, extra large living room with fireplace/wall-to-  wall carpet, modern kitchen complete with built-in  appllphces, A very appealing family home for a practical F, P. of $34,500,  WATCH THE FERRIES COME IN - from the living  room or the downstairs recreation area In this house  with 1,100 square feet, full basement with'one half  finished, Three' bedrooms, auto oil heat and ready for  Immediate occupancy, Make and appointment to see  REVENUE HOME - Center of Gibsons on largo vlow  lot, well laid out spacious rooming houso, One 1-bedroom suite" 4 sleeping rooms, 2 housekeeping rooms,  centralized kitchen facilities, TV room and guest  living room, Very modern and noat, extra/washroom  and showor. rooms, Sale Includas furniture, dishwasher,, grill, two stoves, fridges as set up. Make an  appointment to see this fine Investment at F.P. of  $65,000,  HILLCREST ROAD, - two cloared view lots ready for  building, each $8,000,  SOUTH aETCHER ROAD - 134 foot of road front-  ago hoar Village Hall, has smaller older homo on,  CHASTER ROAD - Good trailer or house lot, size 80'  by 100', Has all services. Cleared, F.P. $6,600.  NORTH ROAD - Five acrosrs'to cloared for building,  cased well. $22,000.     '  LISTINGS     WANTED  K. A. Crosby 886-2098  M4k�� Blaney 886-7436  FOR SALE (cont.)  QUESTIONS? "  \   ���        (  Regarding 1974 Vehicle ,  Licences and Insurance . . .  PHONE MARY at.885-2235  Sechelt Agencies Ltd.  9515-6  J, Vliwr 806-2531  Don Sutherland 885-9362  The Peninsula'Times, Wed.,  FOR SALE (Continued),  VANGUARD . 10'- 10'.' camper.  Fridge," stove, oven, furnace;,  toilet and roof rack' with or  without Ford % ton truck. All-  in good, condition. $4100 complete. Write J. S. Clark, Halfmoon Bay. 3927r9  January 9, 1974���-Page A-5  FOR SALE (Continued)     :  KEROSENE  heater,' $20.   17"  TV, -������ working    order,    $20.  885-2156.  3937^7  WHOLESALE lumber, rough  . and planed. $50 - $95 per  thousand. (112)926-1024.  3938-7  ASK FOR FREE CATALOGUE OF REAL ESTATE  PHONE (24 Hours)  Sechelt, 885-2235  Vancouver 689-5838  (E. & O.E.)  o .   BOX 128,,SECHELT, B.C.  -MULTIPLE LISTING SERVICE ��� :   AUTHORIZED AGENT  OPEN 6 DAYS A WEEK AND PROVIDING  24-HOUR SERVICE  UESTIONS?  {r  Mary  Regarding your 1974 Vehicle Licences  and Insurance ....  PHONE MARY AT  885-2235  SHE HAS THE ANSWERS !  4.25 ACRES - GIBSONS #3-040  Level, beautifully treed acreage with road frontage on Highway  101 and Lower Road. Serviced with hydro, approx. 2 miles west of f  Gibsons.  Full price $22,500.  LEE R.   BROWN 885-2437. eves.  TREED ACRE - WILSON CREEK #2-98,1  Buy this excellent acre lot, with only $2,500 down, finance balance over 5 years at current interest rate. Full price is $10,000,  a standard lot cost nearly this amount. 139 feet on highway,  310 feet deep, road on one side also. PETER SMITH 885-9463  evenings.  SECHELT #19-3044  Got three kids? Here's a four-bedroom home, nicely planned,.on  a big lot in the best part of town. Drive past 1221 Dolphin Street  (our sign on front lawn), then call us for a look inside. This could  be yours. Full price $35,000, bank mortgage could be arranged.  V\ JACK WHITE 886-2935 eves.  TWO ON THE BEACH - ROBERTS CREEK   . .    #11-3043  Two bright, fully modern homes. Nearly level, partly landscaped  lot; trout stream and tall evergreens. Fine southerly view. Invest-  .rnent for income and/or retirement in one of the choice areas  of the Sunshine Coast. Full price $70,000, down payment $35,000  balance reasonable terms..C. R. GATHERCOLE 886-2785.  TILLICUM #20B/226��  Great buy for that summer come retirement property only $5,500  for large irregular size lot with view of the ocean, close to excellent moorage. JACK WARN 886-2681 evenings.  WAKEFIELD ROAD #21-2-996  2.6 acres in choice residential area of West Sechelt. Create your  own dream home on this estate-size property, sheltered and bordered by a delightful stream. Hydro and phone and city water on  road.- Ful| price $21,000.  DON HADDEN  885-9504 evenings.  LOT - GIBSONS #3-047  Skyline Drive view lot overlooking Gibsons Harbor. Electricity and  village water available, Lot size Irregular  130'x79'x240/xl39\  This view lot Is.priced to sell, $7,000 full price,- PAT MURPHY  885-9487 evenings.  LOT - ROBERTS CREEK #3-045  Large fully serviced lot. U3'xl85'. Semi-cleared but still has a  large selection of cedars, fir and alder. Some view. Possibly sub-  dlvldable. Full price $11,000, LE�� R. BROWN 885-2437 eves.  INVESTMENT LOT - SELMAPARK.^.,:};:,ti,:S:,,y^:,#Vm...  152 feet frontago on quiet street, this Is an excellent, holding  property at asking price of $6,000 value bound to Increase as  services installed. Make an offer, we will present to owner. PETER  SMIITH 885-943d,eyenlngs.  SANDY. HOOK    ' nfinnMt  ACREAGE ������'��������� i  #200:3-034  Yes. electricity Is here and very good  evidence of year-round well water.  Vlow Is here, too. 3.2 acres Is yours  for 17.000 (a tiny lot sells for 7,000  nearby). Partly cleared, this acreage  has to be sold soon at this low price.  Bo first,, got your country recreational  acreage now. BOB KENT 885-9461  ovenlnQS.  PRIVACY AND- RECREATION #3-055  Well-planned warmly built family home.' Level grounds, good  garden soil. Almost four acres, with 150 .feet steep waterfrontage,  deep moorage. School bus at the door, one mile to Madeira Park.  Area zoning permits keeping of livestock and poultry. Full price  $56,900, down.payr. it $29,000. C. R. GATHERCOLE 886-  2785 evenings.  GIBSONS    ... #6-3-029  A home for the discriminating buyer, % acre in the village, with  grand view ond natural park adjoining. 4% bedrooms, 2% bathrooms, 2 fireplaces, 2 carports. JACK WARN 88,6-2681 evenings.  VACATION, COTTAGE-J NORTHWOOD #24-2-821  Large treed lot, ideal site for future retirement. Hydro and phone  installed. Furniture included as viewed.. Note; Hydro yard light is-  leased.. Move in for full price of $9,750. Pre-view-this first on  our television. DON HADDEN 885-9504 evenings.  VIEW CORNER LOT - WEST SECHELT #3-046  Wonderful  vjew .of. Trail  Islands;  Ready for building.  Regional .  wafer' and"electricity available..'Also cablevision. Lot size, 74' by  - 126'. F.P. $10,000. PAT MURPHY 885-9487 evenings.  VIEW HOME - GIBSONS " #3-028  Large home on quiet street in Village of Gibsons. Fantastic view  of Howe Sound. Large living room and kitchen., Four bedrooms and  full basement Basement has.separate entrance which could be  made into attractive revenue suite. Full price $39,750. C. R.  GATHERCOLE 886-2785 or LEE R. BROWN 885-2437 evenings.  WATERFRONT LOT - SELMA PARK #3-019  With 90 feet on Radcliff Roady   178 ft. depth, this lot offers  wonderful view of Gulf. Our sign on lot. Look and see the advantage of all new homes in view area. Serviced, Asking $11,000,  ���   you be the judge. PETER SMITH 885-9463 evenings.  2-B'R. WATERFRONT HOME - EUREKA - REDOOFFS #3-056  Lovly view steps down to 100' beach with small 2 bedroom home.  Well just discovered on property. Lot size approx. % acre. Full  price $35,000, This one won't last���so hurry'.'PAT MURPHY  885-9487..  WATERFRONT HOME - SARGEANT BAY ' #3-020  Beautifully finished LOG home, one bedroom, ��� stone fireplace,  olectric furnace, phone, own water supply. PLUS 100 feet of beach  on famous Sargeant Bay, Home Is only stone's throw to water,  steps from road above lead to,the home. Full price $37,650, See  It and love It. PETER SMITH 885-9463 evenings.  2-BEDROOM HOUSE - FRANCIS', PENINSULA ROAD #2-972  Lovely flat large level corner lot, Nicely treed and landscaped.  Very wbrm and cosy 2 bedroom home with separate garage and  small separate workshop, $5,000 down payment to full price of  $32,000; balance at 7% Interest amortized over 15 years. PAT  MURPHY 885-9487 evcnlnov  TREED VIEW,LOTS - .  DAVIS BAY ,   ��� #3:031-2-3  3 lots, serviced, unsurpassed vlpw of  tho water, many good troos remain"  Ing, clear to your own requirements.  The view can't bo spoiled by another  house, these aro prima, Asking each  $ 14,000. PETER SMITH 885-9463 "  evenings.  GOOD COMMERCIAL TYPE LOT *  MADEIRA PARK #2-041  Lot overlooks Madolra Park lust off  Highway 101, Pla shaped 140' on  road 199' on Mdo,|36' on L-sklo,  In a fast developing area. Full price  $9,000. PAT MURPHY 005-9407  evenings,  GUNBOAT BAY -  BUILDINGS 8, PROPERTY -  PENDER HAR0OUR (C2-999 /  Buildings: Owner's S-bcdroom waterfront home; three cabins, ono 2��bed- '  room and two .l-bodroom, all fully  solf-conlolnod and electrically hoat-  ocl, P|us boat ramp and float on 150'  of woll-protoctod-waterfall this on *  5 acres of land with 250' on High*  way 101, Groat potential and lots of  room for expansion, Tl\l�� area Is ono  of tho best fishing spots In the North-  wo��t. Tourists are attracted to this  area because of Its flshlna and natural beauty, This venture requires on  Jnveitment In the low nineties, PAT  MURPHY 805,-9487 evenings.  SECHELT AGENCIES DATE PAD  This free reminder of coming events Is a service of SECHELT AGENCIES  LTD, Phono Peninsula Times direct for free listings, specifying "Date  Pad", Please note that space Is limited and some advance dates may  have to wait tholr turn; also that this Is a "remihder" listing only and  cannot always carry full details, ,  BIBBBIBSBBBBBBiiBBiBIBG^renniilB^  EVERY MONDAY���1:45 p,m���'Community Hall Roberts Creok,  i Elphinstone Now Horizons carpet bowljrjg, cards & films,  EVERY TUESDAY, 7:30 p.m., Socholt Legion Hall, Sechelt TOPS Club,  ,���*,,.,  nw..mombare.WQlcorqo',.��MW��w^^ .  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WELL, .we have been back at school for  two days and the sports program has  started up again. Team II is still, in the  led with 115 points. Teams I and III are  tied for second place with 101 points. We  are going to have a house rally soon and  start up a new schedule for the months  to come.  '., The senior class has collected $1900  for,the class trip during the spring vacation break. There is going to be a bottle  . drive this next week in the Pender Harbour area for more funds to be put to- "  - ward the trip. All bottles will be received .with thanks by the students. ',  " During .the sunny weather the adventure playground has been getting' a lot  "^of use. We have a circular sandbox, tire,  swing, rope bridge and fireman's pole, as  well as a balance beam walk.  The grade seven students-.in Mr.  Wishlove's room have been writing poetry and this week Kim Smail's poem has  been selected.        _   .  FEELING GROOVY  by Kim Smail, Division 1, Grade 7  These are the things that make-me feel  groovy:  Watching a.horror movie after everybody  -   else has gone to sleep.  Seeing. a shadow go by the window of  your   bedroom   and  hearing, a   dog  start to' bark.  The fragrance of new flowers opening on  the first day of spring.  The feeling of galloping on a horse and  ��� ���by Kella Garrison  your hair blowing-in the wind.  Listening to" a new group playing loudly  on the stereo.  Watching TV late on Friday night because there is no school the next day.  GoingJiishing early, in the. morning and  watching the sun rise.  The smell of freshly baked cookies and  apple pie. ��� '  Reading a good book in bed before turning out the lights.'  Watching hockey on TV and seeing your  team win the cup,  Getting, your allowance and it being a  bit more than you usually get.  Getting a horse after you've been wanting one for a year.  These are the things that make me feel  groovy!  N  .5_0____C ALLS:  vnMMMIWIIMIflflAfUUIMIMMWIIWWIIIMIM  Have  to  Block  moved from Community Hall.  Legion Hall, Lower Road.  past Post Office going east-  WS^XSmMSmSmaSSm  GIBSONS���Talented local drama company, the Driftwood Players, will present an interesting pantomime-cum-reyue  in Gibsons Jan. 11 and 12 entitled Dick'  Whittington Comes to the Sunshine  Coast.  Although based on the traditional British pantomime Dick Whittingon, the production incorporates ,a strong local slant.  Following, is a resume of the action  by Driftwood Players' member John  Burnside.  Pantomime is an old and still flourishing tradition of the British stage. Its  basis is a children's tale adorned with  song and dance and adapted to a local  setting.. This month-the Driftwood Players are bringing the tradition to life on  the Sunshine Coast.'  The story has Dick, a kitchen boy at  the Old'Coats Inn, which is run by'his  two ugly, sisters. Dick is hopelessly in  love ��� with the lovely Princess Alice,  whose father is -the Good King of the  Sunshine Kingdom. The villainous King  Bat of the Isle of Mellon has a mortgage,  hold-over,, the Good King and..plans, industrial' \exploitation of the,' Sunshine  Kingdom. '  He has arranged a marriage between  Alice and Roberto de Creeko of the neighboring Bingo Hall, who is also in his  power. The forces of good are bolstered  by the Good Fairy Queen of the Sunshine  Kingdom and by Dick's magical cat.  The story line was concocted by Gor-  de Hauka, Nest Lewis and John Bum-  side. Gordie is also responsible for the  eight or nine original songs in the production. Ken Dalgleish of Roberts Creek'  is arranging and performing the musical  background; choreography is by the very  capable Ronnie Dunn of Sechelt and Jeremy Young of Roberts Creek is the coordinating dire&tpr.  In addition to the Cat, other leading  roles will feature Nest Lewis as Dick  (a pantomime tradition), with Miss Lewis  also responsible for the costuming; Bruce  Wilson will be "seen. as the Good King;  Mary Livingston is Princess Alice; Allen  Crane sings and acts the villainous Kong  Rat; George Mathews and John Burnside  are seen as Dick's Ugly Sisters; Roy Cline  is the hapless Roberto de Creeko; and  Bonnie' Paetkau will grace the stage as  the Fairy Queen.  The mixture of tuneful, catchy songs;  spirited well-choreographed dances; fantasy and magic; and topical local comment should be entertaining to children  and adults alike. It is hoped, the community will support this ambitious local  project. .  ''..�� Performances will be^giyen this weekend at'the United Church Hall in Gibsons on Friday and Saturday at '8 p.m.  Future performances will be offered in  Sechelt if a hall can be obtained.  Admission will be $1.75 for adults and  75c for old age pensioners and children.  For large families, a family rate will be  available of $3.50 for adults and children  regardless of number. ��� ���  Come ,on out! Let's have some fun  with this tale of our Sunshine Kingdom.  ���-.     , i  .inctioh  TO FIT  EVERY BUDGET FROM  oorcovennqs  LTD.        *  Gibsons    O    886.7112  ��  CARPETS    �� TILES  O  LINOLEUMS  1 ' r��v |  9 a.m. to (t pm. Tues. - Sat.  CLOSED >\6NDAYS  OPEN FRIDAY NIGHT TILL 9  Autoplan is your new B.C. auto insurance plan, designed  to provide complete protection to every, licenced motor vehicle  owner and driver in the province beginning March 1st.  Autoplan application forms and explanatory booklets are  now being mailed to, owners of all licenced vehicles and trailers.  ���When yours arrives, take it to your authorized Autoplan agent,  With the cornputer-printed details on the form and a few facts  from you, he can, quickly calculate your premium and advise you  on optional coverages. 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Box 149, Madeira Park, B.C.  ���",wmMMWMMVt,Mwtww,M��,t"'w����W����M>aiwtw^  wwmvuwwmj  Insurance Corporation of British Columbia  I liiffbvviriMo^  mm  ��� ��� ���  arOA FASHION CENTRE  CHARGEX  AIL SALES FINAL  TrairBay Contra  SECHELT 0'  Squaringly yours Lions raffle       Halfmoon Bay Happenings  Wednesday, January 9, 1974        Powell River New*  Page A-7 .;"  -^MauxieoHemtroot winner named  TO  ALL  square  dancers  all, over the  'world and to all our friends wherever  you are a very happy new year,'may  good fortune smile upon you.  GIBSONS���First winning  ticket in the  Gibsons Lions 400 Club raffle was held  ? by Mrs. M. Gartrell and Mrs. Dorothy  Now the first border of the day is to , Campbell of North Vancouver.  bring you up to date on the square dance  picture past. On Dec. 21 the Country  Stars of the Sunshine'Coast held a most  entertaining_Christmas party, with' over  four sets present and a fantastic evening  was the result^Well, what did you expect,  square dancers always have a' great time,  'lasV our guests who.were Pau\ Jenkins,  /from lie College Militaire Royale St. Jean,  P.Q. and our oldest guest, Andy Randall,  Gower Point Road, Gibsons.  Andy told me that it just might.help  the square dance clubs to tell them that  he will be 70 years old come April, 1974,  "so," he said, "it's never too late to join  a fun club like square dancing." His only  wish was that he had started a lot .sooner.  Loraine Conroy won the door prize  for the ladies .and our guest Paul Jenkins,  is taking the "door prize for the men, back TWitr-ayo "toVVlfir*  home with him. There were other spot ���UJLlVClu ICLilllU  prizes but due to combining  a  double     - .        a  column there just isn't room to name all     f\\JOY   TOCtlTfO   C02)C!fiTI  lgh it is still my belief     UVCI   UftllVC   dCQdUU  The draw took place Jan. 4 in the  Bank of Montreal, Gibsons.  During 1974,, $10,800 in prizes will be  awarded in the raffle,, which is aimed at  raising funds to purchase a driver trains  ing car for Elphinstone Secondary School.  The" North Vancouver, woman won the-  first" of "48 prizes of $100. In addition,  three prizes of $1000 will be awarded after draws on Labor Day, Christmas Day  and Easter. .   -  Tickets, at $52 each, can be purchased'  from any Lions member or at. Chess Enterprises and Charles English Ltd.  In spite of the cost, Gibsons Lions  stress that an entrant's chances of winning at least $100 are one in eight.  II  the winners,' although it is still my  that if you are a square dancer, you are  a winner.  Well, I don't need to tell you that the  Christmas square dance party was a success. Why, with all that good food that  the square dance ladies bring, the gaiety,'  the-old time music, caller Harry Robertson right in there like a whirlwind with  calls old and new, it was a problem for  me to keep up to him. But I am not going  to tell him. Anyway this had to 'be the  best Christmas square dance yet.  Now, on to square dancing of the present. New Years Eve at St. Hilda's Hall in  THIS New Year's was a "happy" one for  most local" motorists, with few impaired driving charges being laid.  In Sechelt, < RCMP charged only two  drinking drivers and issued two 24-hour  suspensions.'  No impaired charges were laid in  Gibsons, but police handed out one 24-  hour suspension.    '  RCMP credit the heavy government  advertising campaign for keeping drinkers off the roads.  Over the Christmas and New Year  holiday'period, a total of seven impaired  Sechelt was the scene of a very go-go    charges were laid - six in Sechelt and one  group of square dancers. Starting at 8:30     in Gibsons  p.m., with the hall just decorated with  enough color to bring out the New Years  spirit without the usual alcohol. That's  right. Not a drop. But the whole evening  was just a barrel of fun from start to  finish around 3 a.m. Jan. 1, 1974.  Once again Harry and I were kept  quite busy trying to keep ahead of the  dancers with a program of a great variety  of calls, rounds, and just plain ballroom  dancing.  With over three sets in a big circle at  midnight, Auld Lang Syne never had  such an ovation���1974 was here and was  toasted in by a beautiful fruit punch supplied by Gladys and Tom Parish. Then  on to the New Years midnight dinner  smorgasbord style, with tthe many tempting dishes supplied by the many ladies of  the square dance club. And, at this time,  Police are pleased with public response  to their appeals. Local RCMP detachment  spokesman characterized driver- behaviour over the festive season as "terrific".  *��� '.'.:��� ��� .      ���:��y, Mary Tlnkley  ; READERS of The Times may recall that    be celebrating his 97th birthday on Feb. 2.  during Holy Week 1972, a series of    Ed Edmunds hurried '.to Duncan oh. re-  religious lectures at Planetarium Hall in'   ceiving news that his brother Griff .-had ,  Vancouver included one evening devoted'   had a stroke. ' '  to-the work of the Columbia Coast Mission.     '  Speakers were the late Canon Alan  *' Greene who Had been superintendent of  the Mission for 23 years and the Rev.  Eric Powell who had served as rector at  Kingcome Indian  village.. While  Canon  Qreehe showed slides illustrating Bis work  in logging camps and Indian villages up  , and  down  the  coast, the  Rev.  Powell  read extracts from "I heard the. Owl1 call  , my Name,',' Margaret Craven's story^ about  ,the Indians of Kingcome. Her book was*  - dedicated to Eric Powell and. was based t  on the reminiscences of both men.  Emmy award winning director, Daryl  Duke, has now r made the story intp  a  beautiful  and   deeply  moving .film  for  General, Electric Theatre. It was shown  on Channel 12 oh Christmas night when  many people missed it and previously it  was included in the Channel 7 program.  As so many people in'the Bay area can  get only Channel 6, why not write to  CHEK TV asking for this film? It is one  that no coastal resident will want to miss.  On the whole it has been a quiet and  uneventful holiday around the Bay, although a number of people were at their  cottages enjoying the bright sunshine and  the good" fishing. Three sea lions have  been seen around the bay for the past  week, presumably also appreciating. the  easy and good fishing. There were several  New  Year's  Eve, parties,   one  of  which wound up in great style with a  firework display in the wee sma' hours.  Bess Milton, after a long stay in the  Van.   General   Hospital,   arrived   home  at Eureka in time to spend Christmas with  husband Ed. Two residents of Halfmoon  Bay at present in St. Mary's Hospital,  Sechelt   are  Jack  Burrows,   undergoing  tests, and Milford McAllister, who will  Senior citizen Assn. notes   ,. -      ��� by Robert Foxall '���  THIS is the time of the year when we  try to look into the future to see what  awaits us.  Gazing into my crystal ball I see .a  very busy future for SCA 69.' The new  executive held its first meeting on Jan.  3. Sunday,' Jan. 6th saw a social gathering  for games and socializing at the Sechelt  Elementary School and Monday the start  being president, on behalf of the Country of a new venture for 69���Carpet Bowling  Stars, a great vote of .thanks goes out    at tne Old Legion (Building. Bring your  slippers or running shoes to future games  and have a lot of fun as did those who  went to Welcome Hall-a week, ago for a  fling and stomping." Walter James is expected to have' his singing group -back  practising and Dave Hayward should soon  be announcing charter trips <subject to'  the energy crisis).  Between times the gardening types will  be ordering seeds and sharpening hoes  while the fishermen check their gear and.  test their lines. Did someone say, "There's  nothing to do?"  Happy New Year.  Mr. and Mrs. Bob Wickwire, accom-.  panied by Jud and Cynthia, spent the  holidayin Oregon where they visited re-  la tiveifin- Portland, , Salem and, Eugene.  They were able to get enough gas to get  them around, except off Sundays when  all gas stations^ were closed, but they  always had a queque up for it. Even  starting out as early as 7:00 one,morning,  they had to wait in-a line-up of 100 cars  before they, could get a fill-up.  A busy hostess over the holidays has',  been Mrs. Ted Surtees whose guests have ���  been her son John from Vancouver, her1  sister, Mrs. W. H. Gray and her cousin,  Mrs. Irene Richards, both of Cumberland.  The Alex Ellis home has been filled to  overflowing in spite of a frozen water  system. Mr. and Mrs.' Art Kerr of White  Rock -spent a1 few days visiting before  leaving for Merry Island1 where Art will  man the light while Mr. and Mrs. James  ,Kippjn enjoy a holiday in Mexico. . ,*",-.  Another interesting visitor at the Ellis  home   was   Gary  Card  of   Gillies  Bay," -  Texada Island. Gary first came''to Halfmoon Bay from Manitoba six years ago  to visit his friend John Ellis. He liked  our coast so much that he bought the  property at Gillies Bay-where'he now.devotes to writing all the tinie he can spare .  from teaching. He recently returned from'  a holiday in Europe where he covered .  quite a few miles by hitchhiking until he  had a rather unpleasant experience  in  Spain. The "kindly" driver who picked'  him up turned out to be a taxi driver,  who, at the end of the journey, demanded  his pound of flesh. They fought the matter  out at the local police station, but the'  police ruled in favor of the taxi driver. '  After that Gary decided it was cheaper'  to take the train.  He thought Switzerland, and Austria  ,were two of the loveliest countries and  he was impressed with the efficiency of  . Germany, but .Europe generally was too  densely populated for his liking and he is  delighted to be back in Canada where  there is so much space and so few people.  A reminder that carpet bowling sessions are held every Tuesday at the  Welcome Beach Hall at 1:30p.m. You  will never find a pleasanter way of  whiling  away' those  wintry  afternoons.  Next film show will be on Thursday,  Feb. 7.  - AOTHOMrUD''-  i  English comedian Mike Coyne asks  his audience if they have heard about the  pregnant mermaid. "It was," explains  Mike;-"an act of-cod,"  to all the ladies, convener Cathy Berry,  caller Harry Robertson for doing a job  that most people would .think was impossible. One thing to remember is the fact  that none of this would have been possible at all without all of the square dancers who came from Pender Harbour to  Port Mellon. TYou might say from one  end of the Sunshine coast to the other. It  was a great night and for this I say,  happy new year, good health and happy  square dancing for many years to come.  Well, there is. just one element left  and that is square dancing of the future,  on the Sunshine Coast. The Country Stars  welcome all square dancers or the people  who would ��� like to learn, to join us at  the Sunshine Coast Golf Clupr clubhouse  every Friday at 8:30 p.m. Our club is not  one to be underestimateC where square  dancing can be fun. So I will.leave you  now with this thought in mind. For information call Harry Robertson 886-9540 or  lonesome me, Maurice Hemstreet at  2535.  )  "CHUCK STEPHENS"  Si  Open Tuesday to Saturday  8:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.  !  i  tryout. Its a friendly game and hot overly .  strenuous.   .  Today   the  Senior  Swingers -resume  Swinging and Swaying with a little shuf-  ������������"-"���--������������--- -nnnnnnnnnnnmuui  The Timet' classified talosglrl phonos homes throughout tho  Sunshine Coast. She'll help you Buy, Soil, Rent, Swap or whatever. She'll help you clean out your basement, attic, garage,  because there's money (for you) lying Idle In there. People need  what you no longer nocd. Uaa Tlrtios classifieds jto find them!  We'll taka your soiling mo��a0o to moro than ton thousand  readers every woek . . , how'i THAT for odds? Why wait? Phono  ut direct!  E'|H'~-~ peoplo through ~  w&u   and * roach ��� more  Phono Sechelt 886-9664, 886 2636. Gibsons, 886-2121  SSRPSS581  4  V  / /  Joan Proctor  Pago A-8  The Peninsula Times   Wednesday, January 9, 1974  HOLDING EACH other for support  are Gayle Ono, left and Sheree Som-  merffieKl. The girls tried out the ice  at Trout Lake although Sheree didn't  have, skates. Cold spell for pasrt; week  has frozen several ponds and lakes  on the Sunshine Coast and one of the  busiest 'rinks' was Trout Lake near  HaKmoon Bay.  -saw*  \Jf *3nh  ere&h to   vvomen  Edited by Joan Proctor - 886-2073  Wo  Sechelt News Notes  1 *'  NOW that we have entered a sunny 1974 .  , may life in general for everyone remain bright and shiny.  ���' Last year's errors and omissions will  be cleared up first. The Sunshine Choristers are a community choir and anyone  desiring to sing may join. 'Choir director  is Mrs. Enid Godkin not Mrs. Dorothy  Stockwell. Dorothy is one of the singers  & happy to be under the direction of this  most capable lady wife of, the Rev. John  Godkin, Listen for this talented group,  they're worth hearing. ,  The unique corsages made for the  patients at Christmas were the work' of  two ladies. The sequin wreaths presented .  to lady patients were done by Mrs. Jean  Barclay and Mrs. Clampitt made the red  sox corsage for the men. Gay little items  that take time to make, but a nice gift.  The Sunshine Rebekah lodge held its  Christmas party 'at St. Hilda's Hall, Dec.  12 with 41 sitting down to a smorgasbord  dinner. Gifts were exchanged with the,  jolly gentleman in the red suit dispersing  them, having' a strong resemblance to  Ivan Smith.    , ,  Jan. 18 at 11 a.m. in St, Hilda's Church  hall there will be a meeting for volunteers to St, Mary's Hospital. Here is your  chance to come and find out what volunteer work is being done. Maybe something that is right up your alley is looking for you for the time you have to give,  Bring a lunch, coffee will be provided.  After lunch a short film, "The Gift of  Time" wilt be shown.  A family birthday party was held for  Mrs. Ada Dawp on her day, Dec. 30. How/  many years Is irrelevant as this lady is  ageless. Many friends dropped In, amongst  them her long time neighbors now living  In Haney, the Leo Johnsons: On their way  home from Campbell River they came  round this way for the occasion.  Tracey Horsman's guest over the holidays was Dale Donnison from Wcyburn,  ' Sask,        , '.',''  Cnpt, Gordon and Mrs. Jones had. their  daughter Carol and her husband Ernie  'Leopold and Tammy rind Allison with  them for eight days from San Francisco.  After whirlwind of company and parties  they; announced they were "going homo  for a rest.' '  Mrs. Betty Cboko enjoyed Christmas  ���by Peggy Conner  in her old feomestead of Kelowna visiting  with her brother and his wife, the Ken-  Shepherds. Their father was a pioneer  dentist in 1907 in Kelowna..Betty renewed'  acquaintances with many rfriends, interesting people whom she had grown up  with.  School bus drivers get holidays when  school is out, but Charlie, and Dorothy  Carter slipped away a- few days before,  flying to Mazatlan for a two-week stay,  swimming in the pool in the morning and  making like fish in the afternoon in the  ocean.' '  All the fancy new automation equipment installed at Merry Island light-  station has left them with a foghorn that  can't blow out "Aud Lang Syne" like the  old one did. .  Mr.' and Mrs. Lome Wigard and sons  from the "land slide" country of Port  Alice spent' a, couple of weeks' visiting  friends and their families and attending  the Materi and Wigard wedding.  .,._.- S*��ofr talk  CATCHING me at my typewriter, com-  ' pletely immersed in thought, my husband asked if VI was making a list of New  Years resolutions.        .   '^  "No," I said, "actually I'm trying t6T  figure a way to trim the budget for 1974.",  "I'm all for that,", he said enthusiastically. �� .     , '���  "Well I think I've discovered where  .we've been going wrong," I said. "We've  been spending far too much on dumb  things.  Stuff like food; heat,  clothing,  ^telephone and the cars. That's why there's  never anything much left over."  ,  "And just what do you think is the  answer��to this reckless spending of ours?"  "It's really very straight, forward," I  explained! "We'll just'eliminate-the necessities. After all we. have to give up  , something. By foregoing the necessities  we'll have plenty of money left' over' to  buy all the luxuries we've been waiting  for. It's terribly simple."  "So is the author of this impractical  plan," he said. "But I'm always open to  suggestions. How do we start?"  "Well, to begin with you could stop  buying lunch every day. That sacrifice  * alone would-save quite a bit."  "It sounds,okay," he said, "but I have,  this problem, around noon every day I get  hunger  pangs."  "Oh I didn't mean you had to go entirely without food," I said hastily. "I  just want you to stop eating out. You can'  take a nice\lunch from home* something1  like yogurt or a celery stalk, crackers and  raisins." ���     '  "And what other ways do you feel we  could "cut down? he asked.  "You could stop driving the car to  work every day," I said. "That'd save  quite a lot of gas money. You could  thumb a ride" to and from town. It could  . actually prove quite stimulating for you.  Just think of all the people you'd meet  and the countless fascinating conversat- x .  ions you could have. Why, in^no time at'  all you'd probably have enough material -  for a book." > ' ,    .     "      ,  "But I absolutely loathe talking; to*  anyone first thing, in the morning,' he  said. "I enjoy being in my own car, completely alone, listening to my kind of  music." .   z _  "That's being terribly selfish," I said.  "Incidentally, you spend far too much on4  records and tapes. None Of .them seem to  have done you much good either^ you  still hum in an unknown" key."   f'  "I suppose I could do more reading  then," he said miserably.  "Good heavens, no,1'  I said quickly, f"  "You're using far too much]electricity by;;  staying up late reading boolts every night? u  Unless it's during daylight hours, you'll '  have to curtail your reading."      s  ���-"Now then, if we can cut down on all  these little things, I figure we'll easily  save enough in the first month to buy  a small painting I've had my eye on for  some time."  J'Oh,  that's  great,"  he said,  "and  I_  suppose then we can sit around during T  - daylight hours and look at your painting."  "Right,';-I said. "I'm certainly glad,  you're being so understanding about this.  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WITH SHAMPOO & SET  L*ontirientai L^oifmred ana (Ooutiam  Trail Bay Mall, Sechelt ��� for appointment call 085-2339  (valid Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday In January; 1974)  -l^t-y6u'r-locqlvtitivelidgent��shpwwyou.Ilie  professional way to vacation planning ;\  Very few professions provide services at no cost to the consumer. Your  Travel Agent Is one of the few. You can avail yourself of his* knowledge, expertlso, and tlmo at no extra cost. Hotels, airlines, and.tho  other transportation companies that servo you, pay his feq In the  form, of commissions.  Tako qdvontago of a good thing! Consult your Trayel Agent whenever  you plan a trip,  PHONE YOUR LOCAL TRAVEL AGENT NOW, AT  885-2339 or 922-0221  ' v ��� I i^-Jv   .i-'!"*  '   *l ���  ENINSULA  Section B  Wednesday, January ,9, 1974  mmmmmmmm^mmmmmmus^m  <���    ' i  ^fv^  DAVIS BAY���"It's the same old stuff,"'.'  .   Director Jim Tyner of Area A, Sun-J  shine Coast Regional, District,<;told 'the,  board after' hearing a letter from1 B.C;-  Tel on extended area service.    ��,'���".���   ' i,  ^i  ,  ~ "I>suggest that'we take the matter,upJ'  with higher levels in the,telephone com- v,,  pany," Tyner. told board members and:j  Director Frank /West, Area E, agreed with f  him. The comment was taken at the I^ec. ,:  27 board meeting. ' ,t ,    <,' ���f.1  A B.C. Tel official had written to Don''-  Lockstead, MLA, explaining the company's ! \  policy on extending free dialing servj.ce \  from the Pender Harbour area to the,rest/'  of the Sunshine Coast. Lockstead ^d'\  been in telephone contact with R/'John-^  stem, B.C. Tel's general customer service .j  manager .about the free dialing question. '1  Johnston subsequently wrote to Lockstead j  who in turn sent a" copy of the letter to t  the regional district, -  ' - ,     <l  Tyner  denied  Johnston's  claim   that-  such a  service would result in annual ]  revenue loss to the company and ,said:   .  "They'll still make a good profit." ^,  Johnston told Lockstead that the cost j  to serve the area with free dialing service n  would be $270,00(V not the $150,000/ origi- vt  nally estimated for the additional equip- /'  ment involved. "There is also a substan- 1  tial annual revenue loss that would result >  if the service were provided.  "We feel that  there is a s relatively  small. number   of   customers   who, are \  actually interested and this does not seem  '  to substantiate the costs involved. As I ;  indicated in my letters, the problem with [  EAS stiirremains the same and that is, f  that we have no .method under our exist- -1  -ing~tariff of passing on the substantial^-  charges  to the customers who actually  want the service and the costs involved- ���  must be incurred by the general body' of  our telephone customers." >     ��f s  Johnston also said that several oust-'  omers in the same area have indTcateaV  that they would prefer improvement, on 5  the  present multi-party  line congestion '  before EAS is considered. He added that )-  the company has several projects.' plan-  }  ned for* 1974 which will upgrade service  to these customers. ->���  - . -i  Decor contest^'  CONST. Ernie Inglehart examines    Theatre owner, Ray Boothroyd, has   WlIlIl��rS llCiIII@Cl  smashed plate glass display window    offered $250 reward for information    GIBSONS���Best-decorated house in Gih-  at Twilight Theatre,, Gibsons, after    leading to arrest and conviction of        sons over-the festive season was the x  vandals struck Jan. 4. In background,    culprits. ' home  of Marshall Vandendriessche  on  broken lettering litters the ground. ' Davij> Road-     , .  --'-'-, . *        It  was   awarded   first   prize   in   the '  ' Smashed glaSS,  letters .   .   . Christmas   decoration   contest  sponsored  ' by village council. Vandendriessche will  receive $25 for his display.  In an effort to encourage energyi-coh-  servation, the judging committee, headed I ,  by Aid. Bill Laing, considered houses dec-�� i  ���  - " - - ' '   fffl3J  ,''��!_     v'  ,..W,  O'  jL t-vfk&u. a ^iM^gd^wi^dncv jnoreHhan one sttin&'Ml  I W& %'J ' "Christmas lights./,*, _~ ��J 'V  ���'���liiQw!? . > -* Rimn'erlim in thtV contest was Mifthnlfls1  v Runner-up in the contest was Nicholas1  Simmons for his home at the corner of  RAY Boothroyd, owner of Gibsons* Twi-    the target for malicious damage. Dec. 7,  _ Davis and Shaw roads. He will be award-,  light Theatre, has offered a reward of    vandals slashed the^top of a convertible     ed $20.      , '  $250 for information leading to the arrest   "and cut out a window screen  from  a William Phillips of Hillcrest Avenue  and conviction of vandals who smashed    camper trailer. , ' gained the third prize of $15.  a plate glass display window outside his Gibsops  and Sechelt  RCMP  detach- -,   theatre. Jan.   4  and  destroyed  over  50    ments are working together to apprehend "Hallmark" playing cards, score pads  eight-inch high letters on a board nearby,    the  culprits  of this  latest outbreak  of    and tallies for your bridge days.  New  The incident was part of a rash of    vandalism. Police feel certain a group of    designs,   excellent   quality.   Miss   Bee's,  "*"|p2i^^ip|S^^^  '$ y  * ���. '*  j >     ^i  *���"*--?  vandalism to hit Gibsons Friday night.  Farther along the highway, a gang of  youths, it is believed, hurled lumps of  asphalt ���into Franks, Ha vies' car lot, damaging the windshield arid roof of one of  his cars and marking an office window.  Opposite the Catholic Church; vandals  smashed two street lights, littering' the  highway with splintered glass.  RCMP believe a" group of youths seen  hitchhiking from Gibsons to, Sechelt was  responsible for the last jw> incidents..  Boothroyd told The Times that the  damage toll, to his property is in the  neighborhood of, $125. The display window will cost almost $00 to replace and  the moveable letters are worth $1.25 each.  Police are confident the $250 reward  will produce results. AH Information received will be  treated,  in \ the  strictest.  confidence and the Informant's name wjill  not be made public.  This la the, second time within a month  that Havlcs* Chess Enterprises has been  Sechelt youths is responsible.  Sechelt.  Roberts Creek - immediate Occupancy  Three bedrooms on main floor; two full baths with colored fixtures;  wall-to-wall carpet; finished fireplaces up and down. Full basement1  with finished rec room, two finished bedrooms and laundry room;  roughed-in plumbing for ensuite bedroom. Full line of, colored  appliances - stove, refrigerator and dishwasher. Large 70' x, 150' lot.  PRIVATE SALE  PHONE:  885-2768  H  '���A  SHATTERED street light opposite  Catholic Church, Gibsons, was apparently the work of groups of youths  hitchhiking back to Sechelt Jan. 4.  Broken glass, Uttered Highway 101.  Police ore Investigating;  m^^^n^ttf^t'Vfnr%f%Kr>t\nrunt%/ituv\nnrv\r\iuyJv%rvuvu\t^vvi  TOTEM CLUB  On Tuesday, January 15th,  ono of our representatives  MR*T. R. TOPHAM '  Will bo at  Sunnycrcst Motel, Gibsons, 9-11:30 a.m.  ,  0o|la Beach Motels Sechelt 1-3 lOO'p.m. ��-~*-^-  Tcl: 886*9920 (Gibsons) 885-9561 (Sechelt)  j ) 5$  /UK!  FRIDAYS, 8:00 p.m.  INDIAN HALL  Jackpot $300  $76 TO GO  ^ DOOR PRIZE it  IVIoforoia Q^s^b?��  Works in a  Dra'wer ^^^^^  Color  TV  ��  Replaceable  Solid State  Plug-Sn  Circuit Modules  ��..  ���<<i<mKvmwM<���^^^  \  I4S Wont 15th Street, North Vancouver, B.C. Tel, 900-6371  For a period of two years from purchase dato labor charges for correction of product defects aro  guaranteed. �� For a period,of two years from purchase date dafoctivo porta, Including picture tubo,  orb guaranteed. Exhango made with ro-nianufacturod Motorola parts. # Guarantee is effective only  when service is done by a Motorola Authorized Servicer (Parkers Hardware Ltd.) during normal hours.  SECHELT  S22335SS33S  LTD, ���   ��  085-2171  353  { ) I  1 I' I  Report from Parliament Hill,,  by Harry Olaussen, MP Coast Chilcotin  WHILE, most economists agree that the <��� first half, of this'year were averaging 34 |'   rt, \  v    rate of return, on investment, or'share-    per cent higher than those-of last year |>       ' *'s  holders' equity is the mos.t ovrilid measure" and that .the, food processing companies ��  ,  ;-v  <  .,'w#;-.< "'of   profitahility,    the    were up 56 peV cent over last1 year,Ut-is 5   ,,  -   -  >���"', jSMfek^.-. . rate of'return* on sales ' surely time that some .really1 .careful re-" S > ',    ��  >tirnm?&Sk V��.. is a measure usually    search 'Was done to "determine the'real |  used by supermarkets   -profits that the food industry is achieving, I  to   cloak   their   real    and the exact effect, direct-or otherwise, | , .  %% profits.     ,              ';     that such profits are "having on /the' price , s  |  ,  High' volume turn-    of j food. Only a Prices Review Board that- �� t    _  % over firms, such as the    has real support from ParUament and the' .�� " ��,t   *,'. m  ^k major food companies,  ' Power to force -the companies, to-break ��� ��, (:>��'\t. . t>  Z��I enjoy expressing their    d��wn their,,consolidated statements can ��    "  ���  profits as a percentage    get at-the real profiteering .hvthe proces7 e  of sales, which makes    sihg^,and retailingof fool,l V��� . ��  their net income look : :  1  ���       , -��� 11    TT i''iiiiiii��in����iHmiiiiiiiiiniiniiiiiiiiiniimiitiHiiiiiiiinii S  fortunately'for.them,    s      ��� \'~    ;   MISS< BEE'S **\ = ��  Page B-2 \      The Peninsula Times  > Wednesday, January 9, 1974  <iiiHIMMBiiiiiaaiaiilaiHaiiiiiiiiiaBiiaaaaBiiiiaaliaiiiiiuaiiaali.  '*>  CARD & GIFT SHOP  Wharf Road - Sechelt - 885-9066 '  !   P.O. BOX 213  , Freezer Meats of  all kinds...  '      *  ' i.  ,   Special on Front Quarters  t OLY]N^I IltMY  Garden Bay Store - 883-2253  ^ine Meats for, FineTPeople"  , one from , their own ranks,' W. P. McLean, |  'president of Canada'Packers, exposed the , 5  ^sham^for what it was. At the 50th annual    5  meeting of the Meat Packers' Council of    ��  Canada in February 1970 he said: 1,   h       *    :  ���"A growing industry should be a prof;    S,,.,,.-^ .       . . s  itable industry. I'd like to be clear about    =   Hallmark-Couthi ;eard�� and  wrappings.. :  what I mean by a profitable industry and 5 . SELtIHL!"!^fT*S��* "f���r"' ��  what criteria I believe should be applied �� . Bou,Ta "T* ,,9M| *!*��* P��'������9��.. =  to measure profitability There has been    ���"���"���""���������"���"""���"""'������'"���"���"��������nmnV  5iiiiiiiiiiniiiminmiimiiiiiiimiiiiin>ii<niniiiniiiiiin��  a great deal of jionsence written, spoken  and published about the very small pro-^  fit as a percentage of sales, without any  real understanding of the implications.  The measure that c6unts, of -course, is  profit as a percentage of investment. Attempts by some to compare the ^meat  business with the automobile, industry^  the chemical business, the electronics bus-  interesting  supermarkets that reported to the House  Special Committee on Trends in Food  Prices, expressed their profits as a percentage of sales-they were quick to justify <'  their increased prices as a result of higher r  h labor costs, which they very carefully ex-  sg, pressed as a percentage of gross profits,  making the labor costs appear to be very  large.        , r  Terry Crier, one of the NDP MPs. on  the committee pointed out that the com- "  panies were manipulating their statistics  to make the advertising costs seem small  by expressing them as a percentage ,of  sales and to make the taxes seem unbelievably large by expressing them as a  percentage of net profit (after taxes).  Unfortunately, it is extremely difficult to get at the actual profit figures that -  are solely attributable to the sale of foods,  due to the conglomerate nature of the  corporations and the fact'that they present their yearly earnings in a consolidated statement. The conglomerate nature  of these corporations also enables them to  easily hide profits from food retailing and  in the case of price freezes to take their  profits from another "source within the  corporate structure.  With the daily, announcements of increased profits for the major food processing and retailing companies, and the  report in the Globe "and Mail, August 7,  1973 that corporate profit increases' in the t  m  \jruil   oUi  <7  .ounqe   *jraci{  ��  BREAKFAST: 8:00 a.m. to 10:00 a.m. daily  Q  LUNCH: 12:00 noon to 2:00 p.m. daily  inlna-  ie6  ��iMfliBKB* SUNDAY thru THURSDAY: 6:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m.  ffmmCffLo FRIDAY and SATURDAY: 6:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m.  O    SATURDAY is ROAST BEEF NIGHT    O  O TOP ACCOMMODATION  O COVERED HEATED POOL  ' _.v  WE CATER TO: BUSINESS MEETINGS ���  '    BANQUETS ���RECEPTIONS  SMALL CONVENTIONS ���'  BRIDGE PARTIES  SPECIAL MINI-HOLIDAY PACKAGE  For Your 2nd Honeymoon, Anniversary, etc.  MOORAGE FACILITIES  Secret Cove, B.C.  Phone for, reservation 885-9998  HOCKEY puck loving dog liked to   grab the puck and head for centre ice   enjoyed the brisk air and solid ice at  keep the ice-skaters busy and would   whenever he could. Lots of skaters   Trout Lake.  Now brewed in,  Carlsberg li.is long been the world's most exported Lager beer. Now  Carlsberg, the glorious beer of Copenhagen, is brewed right here  in British Columbia. And because It's now brewed here, you can  enjoy CarKborg fresh "from (he Rrewery.  Carlsberg,, .brewed with all the skill and tradition of Denmark to  the taste of Canadian beer drinkers, Discover Carlsberg for yourself.  The Carting Breweries Ltd.  K.-  SAVINGS  CHECHJEIftiG  choquoa only.)  Personalized choquoa nvoilnblo. No extra cost.  Deposits or withdrawals, any amount, any tlmo.  Deposit by mall.  Why operate two or mbro accounts whonall services availabletin'oho"packaged  You determine the ranges. One all-purpose account serves all your personal  nootis.  FoIu\^  FOR DIFFERENT PERIODS PAYING INTEREST UP T0 8%%  PER ANNUM.  -i^'JT ffijSHM Bf^BI BjfflBI fffffifM BjUfffffll jfflWf ||ffl|pj|fl pfflt!^| m^lf fclffi^l Wiy^i' PMita^l ti^%M^" IH^MtJ BjBM*  FSTn crrrni jbsm^i i^^^f cmiriw  ���nr��i.iiiti Tinnnirii i"n**iT 'y-ir��^*inJ~jl*-'~l"i'���'������-ii���i -���*--���"������*-�����  ���WnJ-'H **"-��� Question barrage expected  Money-saving tips  AUTOMOBILE   insurance   is   something  personal. It you have a question about,  how the'provincial government's new in- ���  . surance plan effects.you, get the answer  by phoning 665-2800 in Vancouver, collect. ,  The Insurance Corporation of'British  , Columbia has trained a staff of telephone  receptionists to answer  questions  about  the Autoplan program, which goes into  effect March 1.  "Because B.C. motorists "are not yet  j_ completely familiar  with  Autoplan,  we  "^"feel our telephone receptionists will be of  great assistance,"-.said Norman Bortnick,  - ICBC's vicepresident and general manager. "They have already answered about  2,000 enquiries from motorists."  He said, ICBC expects a barrage of  questions on vehicle insurance and licensing to start this month.  "We expect this "crunch' period for  our phone receptionists to result from the  mailing of 1.3 million applications for  vehicle insurance and licence renewals.  Ebery vehicle owner in the province"  should receive the applications by mid-  January and we expect many queries on'  these."  /Most of the receptionist's training has  been devoted to their understanding the  motor vehicle insurance and licencing system. The women and men who make up  the information centre's staff have been  .attending lectures and seminars over the  past several weeks.  Because of the many variables iwolyed  in rating a vehicle, the information staff.  will not quote individual rates over the  phone: They will, however, explain the  basic and optional coverages available,  premium financing, claims procedures and  other details.  Questions of a technical nature1 will be  referred to experts in other ICBC departments, v.  The information centre is now open  Monday through Friday, from 8:15 a.m.  to 8 p.m. and on Saturday from 9 a.m. to  5 p.m. The plan is to remain flexible and  hours will be adjusted according to the.  number of enquiries received. '  So that all motorists are insured by the  March 1 deadline, the information recep-,  tionists will encourage callers to arrange  their insurance early and obtain assistance  from ICBC agents or motor vehicle licence  offices.  Sechelt youth charged  with break-in attempt  SECHELT���Justin Julius of Sechelt appeared at provincial court Jan. 3 charged with attempted breaking and entering.  The offence is alleged -to have taken  place Dec. 5 at the Sechelt home of Joe  Benner.  No plea was entered and the case was  remanded to Jan. 11.  Judge Charles Mittlesteadt set bail at  $500 cash.  People who aren't afraid to roll  their sleeves seldom lose their shirts.  up  YOU can save energy���and money���by  eliminating wasteful household situations such as dripping water taps and  dirty furnace filters, said E. Hensch, manager of B.C. Hydro's Sechelt power dis- .  trict. ' ' ���  ,"A faucet that leaks steadily, even  though, only-slightly, can have a significant effect on the amount of electricity or  other fuel used to heat water," he pointed  out.  ""Frequently, all that is needed is a '  new washer, at a cost of only a few cents.  But  it can save you dollars worth of  energy in the long run."  Hensch has other money-saving suggestions for householders.  Furnace filters should be checked every  two or three months, and replaced at least  every six month's. This is particulary important in a new house., It is also important to realize that if a dirty filter is removed and not' replaced, there is real  danger that dust may penetrate the fan  motor, and cause serious damage. Furnace  filters are inexpensive, but a new motor  is costly.  Similarly, it doesn't make sense to  spend money for insulation to reduce heat  loss from a house, and then leave a fireplace damper open so that the chimney is ���  drawing the heat outdoors.  Turning the thermostat down to about  60'or 62 degrees'during sleeping hours can  reduce the annual heating bill an average  of about 10 per, cent. A setting lower than'  60 degrees may reduce the benefit as the  furnace then has to run longer- in the  morning to bring temperatures up to normal.       ���   * .        '  Some people try to save money by  closing heat vents in the basement. This  may prove costly. A cold basement usually means a cold floor upstairs. If the  floor is cold, occupants of the house tend  to turn up 'the heat, and this increases  fuel consumption.  ���Instant-on television sets use considerably more electricity than slower warm  -up models.  Color television ��� uses more"  power than black and white.  Some customers are surprised to find  that service bills are not significantly reduced while they are away on vacation.  Many forget that most furnace thermostats don't turn completely off, with the  result that some fuel continues to be used.  Also, freezers( refrigerators and instant-  on TV sets continue to burn power.  Best bet is to turn water heaters off  and unplug, instant-on TV sets when you  leave for a vacation.  Winter holidays sometimes result in  higher heating bills than anticipated. One  reason is that heat cannot be turned off  completely during winter months. Also,  if curtains and drapes are left closed, the  The Peninsula Times Page B-3  Wednesday, January 9, 1974  benefit of solar heating during the day-,  time is lost. But,' if drapes and curtains  are left open, the advantage of added insulation over window glass during the  colder hours .of night is eliminated. You  take your choice.  "Similar suggestions, including valuable tips on getting the most efficient service from many household appliances, are  available from B.C. Hydro's customers  advisory services," Hensch said.  "These can be obtained at no cost  through your nearest Hydro district office,  or by writing customers advisory services, B.C. Hydro, Vancouver."  Though it could be a lot worse���suppose-we had to.pay. on what we think  we're worth?  ,  Sunshine Choristers  plan spring concert  SECHELT���The Sunshine Choristers, only a month old and under the direction of'Mrs. Enid Godkin made' their.de- ���  but in a choral festival in St. Hilda's' Anglican Church, ,and at St. Mary's ^Hospital,  Dec. 23. ,'   1#  The Rev. John Godkin participated in  the St, Mary's presentation.  A group with the same name performed in previous years.  Anyone' interested in singing with the  Choristers may contact Alice Horsman,  885-9002; Dorothy Stockwell, 885-2494 or  Jack Boundy, 885-2366.  Next performance for the Choristers  will be a spring concert. Accompanist is  Mrs. Hazel Evans.  (I5mid <=JL)i  xtnce  ., SECHELT  Saturday, January 19fh  7 P.M. ��� HAPPY HOUR O 8 P.M. ��� BARON OF BEEF DINNER  HHBlli^HHMMHMHHH.IM-llH��<amilHHIIim��aMm��mMilMnMHnMmMtMIMIMm.aMaMHia^��  Music by "NIGHT TRAIN"'  Tickets $3.00 each, available from:  Sechelt Chain Sow Centre and Homestead Cafe  tMa.iKB.ii  i^^^^^s^i^^iHffi^szi^^iiai^sPi  '���UHinin.aMimiinmi*Miiiiuainaimiiimiim.aiiiiiiiiiiHainnmmMtwiiitHiuan>iiiiM  ���iiiiiiiimiiiim ���1iii111111am11m111111111111m1.il imiimiiiimmiimiiimmiimiiiiiiiiiiiii;  <��� ' S  * Here's an economical way to :  reach. 3,000   homes   (10,000 ��  readers) every week.- Your ad E  waits patiently for ready refer- 5  ence .... anytime! s  SiuiiiiiiiMuiiiimiiiiiiiHiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiimiimiiiuiiiiiiii iimiimiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiii .���a.iiii...��Mi..iii..i...m...��.i��..t..a.a. ���.��i>t>ii>iiiuia.i.iiiiaiiiua��..iim.nm am iiiiiimiiiiiu iiiii.ii.ix mini ������������������������������iiiiiiimiiitui iniiiiimmiiinHm.ini.iiu.iiu.mm.a. immu muimi mil iimiA  * Pet your message into mere  &e�� 3,000 homes (10,000  readers) in these economical  spots. Tour ad is always there  . fae quick reference   !  ACCOUNTANTS  W. Philip Gordon  CHARTERED ACCOUNTANT  Phono: Bus. 886-2714, Res. 886-7567  Harris Block, Gibsons, B.C.  ANSWERING SERVICES  DIAL-MAR ANSWERING SERVICE  * Office-* Residential * Wake-up Calls  ' ���'* Reasonable Rates  "Never Miss Another Phone Call"  885-2245  APPLIANCE REPAIRS  ,4   ��� ���a-     ���     ���������    in  a  i.    . ���   !������������������  -i���- ��������� ���.    We Repair:  ��� small kitchen & household appliances  -/vacuum cleaners - power tools ��� electric  motors - almost anything small enough to  cany in.  ' ;:;y;:;^" johci��ak# va^k^::;:���;:z;;  & ENTERPRISES  Cowriee Street, Sechelt 885-9343  ARCHITECTURAL-PLANNINQ  SUNSHINE DESIGN  AND DEVELOPMENTS LTD.  Architectural Builders  ond Development Planners  Gibsons: Box 735 ��� 886-9679  Vancouver: 731-3448  A Complete Design, Building and  Planning Service .  BUILDING SUPPLIES  A. C. RENTALS 8. BUILDING  SUPPLY LTD.  - All Your Building Needs -   .  Madeira Pork Phone 883-2585  CONTRACTORS  j  COAST BACKHOE & TRUCKING  LTD.  Fill, Cement, Grovel/ Drain Rock, etc.  Box 89, Madeira Park  Phone 883-2274  SHOAL DEVELOPMENT LTD.  ^___^ Septic Tank ��� Ditching  Excavating ��� Land Clearing  Road Building ��� Gravel & Fill  886-2830  DIVING  SCUBA WEST  R.R. 1, Halfmoon Bay, B.C.  Phone 885-2305  DRIVEWAYS  ���������"���tf'4 H SWANSON -LTD.  ART SUPPLIES  Telephone 886-2069  ROSE & ART ENTERPRISES  Pottery, Supplies, Classes & Firing  Dealer for Duncan's Ceramic Products  , ,  Pine Road & Grondvlew Avonua  P.O. Bex 62, GlbstKM, B.C.  BANKS, a.���.:.::.:: ;"-.:V.;,.'..^:::.:7Tr  ROYAL BANK OF CANADA  Sechelt Branch  Gibsons Branch  Pender  Branch  Box 153,  ��� Phone 885-2201  ��� Phone 886-2201  ���.. Phone 883-2711  Madeira Park  HOURSi  Sechelt*. Tueidqy-ThMnsday .10'a.m. to '3 p.m,  frl. 10 a.m,, to 6 p.m.; Sat. 10 a.m. \o 3 p.m.  Gibsons A, Pender; Monday-Thursday ,10 a.m.  to 3 p.m.; Friday 10 a.m, to 6 p.m,  BLASTING  CONTROLLED BLASTING  All Work Insured  ^.^...J^^^vw^Proe^istlmoUs^*--^^^���*"*  FRED DONLEY  Pender Harbour ~ 883-2403  or 883-9972  ���* ��ipiii��� ������ .-n ���i������ �����'������ 11    .iiiii     w aiiwi������ 111<i������ M1111-��� 111ill.iimmiaima     ��� i i���m������������.nili���ilii�������������. i ��� .iini��� mi  TED'S BLASTING  ALL WORK FULLY INSURED  . ,. Basement* - DrWeweys - Septls T��*k��  Stump* - Ditch Lines  Coll for a freo estimate any tlmo  NO PONLIY Ponder Harbour 803-2734  READY-MIX CONCRETE  Sand and Gravel - Backhoe  Ditching - Excavations  PORPOISE BAY ROAD  885-9666, Box 172, Sechelt, B.C.  PHONE 883-9550  RON'S CONTRACTING  Clearing - Excavations - Road Building  Grading - Fill - Road Gravel - Crushed Rock  Phone Sechelt 885-9530  R & S BACKHOE  R.R.  1, Madeira Park,,B.C.  W. Rousseau - Phone 883-2302  "We aim to please"  Land Clearing -' Road Building  Tree topping - Selective Logging  PETE DUBOIS  Telephone 883-2417  R.R. 1, Madeira Pork, B.C.  CEMENT DRIVEWAYS  j        Free Estimates  Bank Financing Available  Gibsons Building SuppKosr  Phone 886-2642  MACHINE SHOPS  ���w��� ��� i  ELECTRICIANS   BLAIR- ELECTRICAL  Contracting and Engineering  ,,gesidenti.qj^pndv Commercial. Wiring  Tree Estimates    Phone 886-7816.  D. W. LAMONT  Electrical Contractor  R.R. '1, Madeira Park  Phone 883-2749  BUILDERS  n  101 CONTRACTING CO. LTD.  General Building Contractor*  *"'""" ~"''7yir'Woik","Guairanteed ''���""-"  Phone 885-2622  Box 73, Sechelt, B.C.  WIKO CONSTRUCTION LTD.  GENERAL, CONTRACTOR  Dulld  to suit:  Homes,  Commercial  Buildings,  Vacation Homes, AH kind* of Concrete Work.  Any kind of Rerriodelllng.  PHONf VOTRN, 8*5-2525 #r 086-2144  P. V. Services Ltd.  LOG HAULING CONTRACTOR  Direct all enquiries toi  Dispatcher at 6*3-2733, eyes. 006-7175  Office Hour* 8;30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.  MORRIE'S CONCRETE  Placing and Finishing  Floors - Patios - Stairs  Walks e Driveways  Free  Estimates Phone 885-9413  S.T.K. EXCAVATING LTD.  Gravel- Fill - Topsoll  FREE ESTIMATES  ,   phone B06-2237 days er eyse.  INK 13, Gibsons, B.C.   T��� '    .''''������ _'"   m'   , <" '  Construction by  BRYKIM  LTD.  - Goneral Contractors -  custom building- additions �� eHeretleM  custom backhoe *��rk  POX 489, SECHELT 003-2133  WHITEHALL CONTRACTING  OF B.C. LTD.  , Sunshine Coast Division  "The One-Stop Wall ond Ceiling Shop"  P, Kroppi and H, Hall  R.R.   |, West Sechelt   Tel,   Du��.   8tiS-272*,   IU*.   BBS-asaO,  V��n��, 073-1051  DISPOSAL SERVICES  SUNSHINE COAST DISPOSAL  * \   ���  *SHMCErLTDr~~' ""  PORT MELLON to OCE'S COVE  Tel.i 806-2930 or 003-997J  Call ua for /our disposal needs,  When renovating or spring cleaning  containers available  Pender Harbour  McCANN ELECTRIC  WIRING OF ALL TYPES  Residential - Industrial - Commercial  All work guaranteed - Free 'estimates  \ Jea McColm, Box 157, Madeira Park   Phewe 883-9911   JIM McKENZIE  ELECTRICAL. CONTRACTOR   ,  Ph. 005-9970  ���- .j,,,.,   ..||���-    .1        ! ! ' '      .. .. ,    I..   ...I..   .',,...        . ���      .,     .    .....'.I*  Residential -Commercial - Industrial  SIM ELECTRIC LTD.  Gov't Certified, Electricians  Phone   Day   or   Evenings   885-2062  -FUEL./'-" ',��� ���������'  :  '    ���������.  ^   '    '  iRNIE WIDMAN  for all your  iSSO PRODUCTS  IMPERIAL ESSO DEALER  Phone 883-2663  , Madeira park, B.C.  FURNISHINGS  ���,.���Cabinots*-. Carpots -.Linoloums ��  HOWE SOUND DISTRIBUTORS LTD.  P.O. Box 694, Gibsons, B.C.  Blair Konnott, sales manager  Phono 886-2765  SPECIALTY MACHINE WORKS  ��� Hugh Baird ���  General Machine Work & Welding  Mercedes-Benz Service  Diesel Work  24 HOUR SERVICE  ���Sechelt �� 885-2523 days �� 885-2108 eves.  At the Sign of the Chevron  HILL'S MACHINE SHOP  & MARINE SERVICE LTD.  Machine-Shop ��� Arc and Acetyline Welding  Steel Fabricating - Marine Ways  Automotive and Marine Repairs  Standard Marine Station  Phone 0B6-772t     Res. 886-9956, 886-9326  SECHELT MACHINE SHOP  (ot ��� Standard Motors)  Machinery & Equipment Repairs  - First Class Workmanship  "'  Bob Forrester  Phone 885-9464  fUJARIME SERVICES   L. CLAYTON MARINA LTD.  Marine Ways to 42'  Bottom Repairs  883-2535  Box 7, Garden Bay, B.C.  PAZCO FIBERGLASSING  COMPLETE MARINE & INDUSTRIAL REPAIRS  -��� Canoes  ���- Runabouts  ��� Used Beat Seles  FREE ESTIMATES - PH 886-9604 or 886-9111  MOBILE HOME SERVICE  .  ./'  Sea Coast '   \  MOBILE HOME SERVICE  (dlv.  of   Sea   Coast   Sheet  Metal   Ltd.)  ��  Complete Maintenance  ��i  Do-lt-Yourself Trailer Skirting  ���   ��� ' '   24-Hr. .���   *  '  Bex 920, Sechelt    Sorvjco     Tel. 805-2712  MOVING  & STORAGE  LE.N WRAY'S TRANSFER  Household Moving, Packing, Storage  Packing Materials for sale  MEMBER OF ALLIED VAN LIMES  \ Canada's No,, I Movers  Ph. 886-2664, R.R. 1 GJbaons  NURSERY  (Mack's wNu^  Landscaping - Shrubs - Fruit Trees - Fertilizer  Perry Plants - Bedding Plants - Peat Moss  Fully Licensed Pesticide Spraying for  Landscaping and Trees  Sunshine Coast Hwy, - Ph, 886-2684  PLUMBING &  HEATING  OIL-FIRED WARM AIR HEATING  OIL FIRED WATER HEATERS  Nothing Down - 10 Years To Pay  House Plumbing  Roy Blanche - 883-2401  G & E Plumbing & Heating Ltd.  - Plumbing: Repairs and Installations  '- Blocked Drains - Hot Water Heating  CERTIFIED PLUMBER - Ed Chorlebob  Free Estimates 886-7638  .   Box 165, Gibsons  SEASIDE PLUMBING LTD.  Gibsons  Plumbing �� Pipefitting - Steamfitting  Hot Water Heating - Pipe Lagging  FREE ESTIMATES * Ail-work guaranteed  Phone 886-7017  RETAIL STORES  C & S HARDWARE  Sechelt, .B.C.  APPLIANCES - HARDWARE  HOME FURNISHINGS  Phone 885-9713  ROOFING  HAIRDRESSERS  SECHELT BEAUTY SALON  Dlanne Allen, Proprietor  ,   Export Hair Styling  Cowrie Street Phone  Sechelt 885-2818  HOTELS  PENDER HARBOUR HOTEL  Motfifw Park, Phone 8S3��2377  Conventions, Dinners, Group Meetings  Weddings and Private Parties  Use these spaces to  reach nearly  12,000 people  every weekl  OPTOMETRIST  FRANK I. DECKER, OPTOMETRIST  Bal Block, Gibsons - Wednesdays  886-2248  Sechelt - Mondays - 885-9712  PAINTING & DECORATING  CALVIN'S, PAINTING *  DECORATING  P.O. Box 94, Sechelt, B.C,  , Phone 885-2107  SUNSHINECOAST PAINTERS  All types of Painting  Private & Commercial  GUnMral.PeJirerp  Madeira Perk, B.C.  883-2678  Sea Coast  SHEET METAL LTD.  Heating ��� Ventilation  ��� Air Conditioning  Domestic^ Commercial ond Industrial  Free Estimates ��� 24 hour service  Box 920, Sechelt Tel. 885-2712  SECHELT HEATING and  INSTALLATION  ��� FREE ESTIMATES ���  Wayne Brackett * 885-2466  PENINSULA PLUMBING LTD.  Sales and Service ��� 886-9533  Everything for the Do-It-Yourselfer  Contract & Renovations  .���'���..'���.���.���>.���>'..,'    FREE ESTIMATES  Len Coatee 886-7685  Ray Coatee 006-9533 or 006-7072  REFRIGERATION SERVICE  John Harrison   ' "'  RIFRIOIRATION  & APPLIANCE SERVICE  ���^-Used appliances for sale���  1    Pratt Road, Gibeens  886-9959  RENTALS  '  N A. C. Rentals  Tools and Equipment  30" Diaphragm Pump Now Available  Sunshine Coast Highway and ,  Francis Peninsula Road  Madeira Park Phone 883-2585  Why Buy When You Can  RENT IT at  COAST RENTALS  Domestic & Industrial Equipment  from Rug Shampooers to Lighting  ���"!,"-'-;"'   ;���"     '���"Plants"/"", "   R.Rf  1f Dav<t Bay, 885-2848  CONCRETE FORM RENTALS  FOR ALL TYPES OF BASEMENTS  EASY ERECTION AND STRIPPING  Complete Instructions Provided  FISHER FORM RENTALS  885-2612/885-2848/885-2359 eyes.  "RENT IT AT  SUNSHINE RENTALS LTD."  North  Road, OJbtoA*  "We R*ijt or Sell Almost Everything"  Typewriters �� Lighting Plonts . Televisions  BILL BLACK ROOFING  & INSULATION  DUROID SHINGLES - TAR & GRAVEL  NEW ROOF or RE-ROOF  Box 281, Gibsons  .886-7320  '  ROOFING ���- RE-ROOFING  * Repairs  * Reasonable  Phone 885-9091  ssmsmsmamamswsmsmasmsmsasmsmsmsammsasmsmsmismmmammaammnat  SEWING  MACHINES   BERNINA  Sales and Service to all makes  RENTALS  Fabric House, Gibsons - Ph. 886-7525  tmmmmmnmmm^mmmmmMSmmmmmmsamtmmmmmmmmmmma^mmmmmeaam  SURVEYORS ���  ROBERT W.ALbEN  B.C. LAND SURVEYOR  Sechelt Lumber Building  Wharf Street, Box 607  Sechelt,  B.C.  Office 885-2o25      Home 885-9581  Roy & Wagenaar  B.C. LAND SURVEYORS  Marine Building - Porpoise Bay  P.O., Box 609, Sechelt/ B.C.  885-2332 or collect 681-9142  TIRES  j . i ��� i in.. -.I ���������  COASTAL TIRES  Sunshine Coast Highway  Do* 13, Gibsons, B.C. - Phone 006-2700  SALES AND SERVICE  ,. All Brands Available  Monday,to Saturday 8:30 aim. to 5:30 p.m,,  Friday evening by appointment only  TOWING  Scows " Logs  SECHELT TOWING & SALVAGE  LTD.  ' ��� Heavy Bqulpment Moving "* Leg"Towtofl""���  L. HIGGS  Phone 8B5-942I  TREE TOPPING  PEERLESS TREE SERVICES  ��� ' Complete Tree Service  ��� Prompt, guaranteed, (niur*d werfc  ��� Prices you can trust  , Phono 885-2109  T.V. ond RADIO .    PARKERS HARDWARE LTD.  Sales and Service  Aiilltorlxed Dealer and Repair Depot for  ���    * QUASAR (M6tbrdldr& PHIIXO " " ~  Cowrie Street, Sechelt ~ Phone 8BS-217I  Roto Tillers  Cement Mixers  Mechanic's Tools  Lawn Rokes  I    PHONE 886-2848 ��� 24 HOUR SERVICE  SUNSHINE COAST T.V. SALES  & SERVICE LTD,  ADMIRAL^ ELECTROHOME  and ZENITH DEALERS  Gordon Oliver ������ Derk Van Hces  "IN THE HEART OF DOWTOWN SECHELT*'  Box 799, Sechelt <-r Phone 885-9016  CLOSED ON MONDAYS ;% ���/)>*��*.-' /  \  -���-..SwS'X-nI/  �������� - * % ,.\  i: - ��/  \  /  ,.'-1 �� <  s   ^  ��. s * f  "' '*l ��  �� /"* *  It V ST... ,\  ������ Hr. --.  _ +  /;  ���5fj:{4Jrf?fr *'  Club needs members . .  Poge B-4  The Pestesate Ttes��      Wednesday, January 9, 1974  I"?  ��-,��  i    %  t ���*��  1 vs.'  - ,f i����+Wi*fWP** ��- ���***�����*   ABB1*  }  i  i.:��ijfr *.t  . \W^HM��  *J * *,���*  a-        f*  ���       ,,  r   I   -       J .   1  '. y��nrSi  .pC '��,' rWjt\  V '��     ��  T fiul p!  GIBSONS���Thanks to a group of local    -- ���  winter  sports   enthusiasts,   Sunshine   ������- ���    ���       Coasters don't have to travel to Whistler   Mountain to enjoy the thriU of Alpine �����"���  swing.. Jime&  The Tetrachedron Skil Club was formed in 1969 with the purpose of arganizing        Alpine skiing on Mount Elphinstone. ...      .          ..          ,     , ,   ,      :  Since then, members have constructed ���������                                           -  an A-frame cabin at the 3,600 foot level  and installed a 600-foot rope tow to spirit the fresh aQ an(j sunshine."  skiers up to the main slopes. -      in heavy snow periods, the run  1 '    Explained club president Wayne Greg- " from the top of Mount Elphinstone is all  'gain: "Accessibility to our area is one of of seven miles.  the main problems. Usually, four-wheel- "if s a challenging Alpine skiing area,"  drive vehicles  are used  to  get  to our said Greggain. "We have the terrain for  Tucker Sno-Cat." every level of skiing. And from our area,  The Sno-Cat has towed and carried as the- view of the straits and Vancouber  many as 32 people to the A-frame in one Island is spectacular."  trip. Greggain  said   the  Tetrahedron  Ski  "It's slow, but it's fun," added Greg- Club was eager to recruit new members  gain. to take part in any of the winter sports  " The cabin is  on a plateau approxi- organized on Mount Elphinstone.  mately one mile long, with rolling hills "Since recreation on the Sechelt Pen-  all around. insula is limited during the winter mon-  "It's just perfect for cross-country ski- ths, we hope those interested will help  ing, as well as Alpine," said the president, support our club at tthe general meeting  "There are gcjod areas for beginners in Gibsons Athletic hall Jan. 10 at 8 p.m.'  learning to..ski oij for those interested in For   further   information   about   the  hiking,   tobbaganning,   or  just  enjoying Tetrahedron- Ski Club, phone 886-9535.  VOLVO CARS & STATION WAGONS  INTERNATIONAL  TRUCKS   AND  RECREATIONAL VEHICLES  PHONE:   278-6291  * * C*.   O.   (HkckcyJ  Coe  Ben Jacobsen Motors Ltd.  369 No, 3 ROAD     -* RICHMOND. B.C.  Bloke C. Alderson D.C.  CHIROPRACTOR  Post Office Building Sechelt  Phone 885-2333  Wednesdays and Saturdays  10 a.m. - 5:15 p.m.       10 a.m. - 2:30 p.m.  BRAD Quarry puts in a little practice  for the-Cougar basketball shootalhon  slated for Jan. 14 and 15. Although  one of the team's youngest players,  Brad is making quite a name for himself on the court.  CABINETS  jmrnmrnmrnsmms  Mmmmmkmmmmmmmmiam  wassriiS  Jzrowe Abound eJjidtributoro'&Ltd,  Blair Kennel?  SALES MANAGER  M  ^  mt  GIBSONS���'Planning is well underway for  the   Cougar   basketball,  shootathon,  Slated for Jan. 14 and 15 in Gibsons Ele-  - mentary School gymnasium.  ,    Players are presently looking fpr,pledr  ^es from the community fo/pachVbjiskJsfl,  they score. All money raised will go towards travel expenses for the Elphinstone  Secondary School basketball teams.  Organizer Lawrence Stoonchnoff urges  local businesses and individuals to support the fund-raising effort.    >  "A pledge of any, amount can be  made," he said. "A pledge of 10 cents per  shot will normally mean a $2 or $3 donation by the supporter, depending on the  shooter's skill,"  Last week, the Elphie basetball teams  were slated to travel to Squamish for a  round of Friday games and to Pemberton  on Saturday.  Full results will appear in next week's  issue of The Times. '    ^  >���/>  **    ^ > h/m*'   *<  *. 1  BBSSSSB  ���  BKHSSBS1  "Come ������-;   tpw  fliW a* <**   -*>  this weel  ^   Cabaret    "fa  Sealed proposals will be received  ,by the Village of Sechelt qt the Village office, Sechelt, B.C., for cotv  stmction of an arena at Sechelt, B.C.,  up to 4:30 P.M. on Friday, the 18th  day of January, 1974.  Proposals to be based on preliminary plans and outline specifications  obtainable at the Village Hall, Sechelt, B,C���-available January 4th, 1974.  Proposals to be based on the complete design, supply and erection of a  pro-englncered typo metal building or  'like construction suitable for arena  usage,  A bid bond in the amount of 10%  of tendored prlco must accompany  proposal.  Time ls�� of ossenco to tho owner  and proposers shall bo prepared for  an oqrly commencement and guaranteed completion dato calling tender  .for sub-trados while thQ main structure is underway.  Plans and specifications aro also  available    at    A.C.A,    Construction  House, Vancouver.  N. SUTHERLAND,  Village Clerk  vc?  '."nlVUV   ^   I'1!   i'-'illnl'1.!'1',!,,!  'Ml'1''!,,'"'!' Vl'lf^'"1'   ''.^n   ,  I   'III"'    ' III!      |!'"l|, fill       |"ftl   Mi |   ,''!'! l.lji  hi!, i    In       hi If mt  m   i   mi, I ni,, ,11, j  ,||      |  |,   |,|| ,  ���  ii  I i'i \k"b In1' Hii |i,ii> Wlu<i H,f ���i, ,.,111,1 1,11,1 iVifi, ,     l '���-"'  ' "'  I1!!1/.,  .1   ''   l|'..   '��    '    'II     I1    !  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I I |l       I      Li   II   II   I II II '   Il I, Il    II    I        ,l| ,1     I  I ,.,|       III i  I JANUARY 17 to FEBRUARY 4 <107^$ta(t planning now  i, foravigopouswlptereHCurslon.'Communl^Wihter,  iFostlvala nrrd more jhanlSO expltlng sports events In 68        !  host communities and ski areas ptomtee winter holiday  fun, Choose a place wpore y^u, your family and friends   i  ' ,  q^n enjoy your, favours Festival,events, then take a side  trip for personal pleasure and excitement on the slopes.  The spotlight is on, sports, physical f jtooss and you,  ^^'^^^^.^Best^Jn^^^u.^ ��.,._,.  Live Entortalnment  mmmmmtmmmmm>>mmmmmmmimmmmmmm  I'l^SCS; A4 AVAl,lfAI,\P'i  >��Mtla>IMMlllMIIIMltll��llt>l>lllllll>ilm>^��|>  ' PENINSULA  HOTEL  ���HaMia^aiMMi  Hwy. 101  O  886-2472  1 winB'inw i,wai  Use   them   for   steady,   low-cost  advertising to talk to 10,000 people!  Classified AdBrlofs reach more than  2,500 homos every week.  TH1E TME$  663-9634 or 003-2633 (J.ch.tl)  8B6.SU1  (ClbMiM)  1   i,''  i   . ii   *     ' i i i       ' i i      i , i  'III '    '   I     I   I        I        I. 'i'i I     |l I i'i      I       ' '  '     1^J   ri llMU'M'tVW^WVfm'WWIMWMKMtf't'WWMWJMIIWlWl'ltwlljaWHW*  L',   ��� ��� * .      t :������ - ���-.*���.���  'j/v ^\l V?!     "?, "  <a  "!') ���   ��� V'','"  ��','   i'   1   ,  , i ,  |,  I',  Vim$ '    \  ���ll'l" XVSfi} 'iiili"1!),   i |,'   ll  "I  lI��',^'J'l".l',  i  (iSA  Xu i \RVV^^-'t  J si  li', Popnrtmont of 1 rnvol indu'Btry *! ��� W< 'r:iM:  ll'  "^ if Mar     s* "���' ���* n  Sponsored by tho        lim '���<'aifii'iiiilji'iliw",  v��, GOVfinNMENT OP BRITISH COi:UM����A '  "M '! Hon. Grnost Hall, Mlrticta-r:-!'-^-'!,:,i-:"!��i"'i:-'i��:'*,^:'.:'Mi �����  t' nnd Ihe B.C. Sporta Federatlbit^*??^!??'"  ���*���**��"  >>���.  ****��. w  w / ��� . - ��� ��� ���  - .'^a-Kuiftr^-iJtrMT.w,-  ��WV��WBwyWMwywwyinw'  D      " Happenings around the Harbour  Health and welfare . . .  SURELY the omens for a new r year���at  least climatic ones���have never been  better than they were, for the dawning  of 1974. In the first few hours of its life,  what a magnificently star-filled velvet  sky! And the sun rose, and shone all day  on a sparkling sea and glistening mountain tops, and on the gleaming green of  the forest. Let's hope thev next 12 months  live up to the promise .of these first glorious days! ���  We~ spent part of New, Year's Eve with  Les Fowler, the leader 'of the recently  formed local choir. Quite spontaneously,  he and two other men and two women  who were present began singing a lot of  old favorite tunes in harmony, and what  satisfying music they produced! It must  be such joy to open one's 'mouth and create sounds ,like that.  If the idea of doing so appeals to you,  why not come put and join the choir?  Their meetings are held every Wednesday evening at 7:30 inJ Madeira Park Elementary School. Les tells me there were  rather more men than women present at  the last session, but there is room for singers of either sex. That's tonight at 7:30.  And Pat Kelly tells me that the group  who produced the three plays in December has decided to form a drama club.  Anyone interested in taking part in any  of the' actvities involved in producing I a  play���acting, directing, costume, sets���  is welcome to attend the inaugural meeting. It's, scheduled to take place on Sunday, Jan. 13, at 2 p.m., at John and.Pat  Kelly's home on the Sinclair Bay Road  in Garden Bay. It's hoped that on this  occasion a name will be chosen for -the  group, an executive formed and .consideration given'to producing a play in the  spring.  If your plans for the new year are  concerned with more spiritual things,  you may be interested to know, of the opportunities available locally for religious  observance.  The Rev. Walter Ackroyd 'is conducting services every Sunday at the Pender  Harbour Full Gospel Tabernacle on Lagoon Road, across from the elementary  school playground. Church services are  at 11 a.m.-, and Sunday school at 9:45.  And' there is a prayer meeting every  Wednesday at 8 p.m.  If you plan to attend services at the  Tabernacle, you'll have to walk down the  side of the new church being constructed  on the site to a" side door.  Louella Duncan tells me that this  church has a very active women's missionary group which can make use of  many of the things one normally discards, from used clothing to old Christmas cards. Here's an opportunity for recycling some of the products of our affluent life style.  And Win Course tells me that the Rev.  John Godkin, rector of St. Hilda's Church  in Sechelt, is conducting Anglican church  services here twice a month. They are  held on the first and third Sundays of  each month���so Jan. 20 is the next one���  at 2 o'clock, in the Madeira Park Legion  Hall. Of course anyone of any denomination is welcome to attend.  I got talking to Jim Murray the other  day about the presentation made to him  at a recent social evening held by some  of our volunteer firemen, and he tells ��me  this group has still other plans underway.  Ran into Beth Goodwin the other day.  Beth vis the young mother whose daughter was born aboard the Thasis"^ Jim  Goodwin's tug, last summer���she's a darling baby now, four, months old. Beth and  Jim planned to spend the winter in Ho-  tham Sound, caretaking some property  there, but she tells me high winds and  lack of shelter in the sound forced them  to change their plans, and they're back  . in Egmont for the rest of the winter.  One day last week the Goodwins decided to pay a visit to Jim and Jenni  ��� Nelson, who are wintering in Narrows  Inlet, where they too have a caretaking  job. Jimmy and Jenni (often called Yim-  my and Yenhy because of the Dutch pronunciation of Mrs, Nelson's first name)  and their manx cat will be familiar to  . by Kathleen Yull 883-9068  most of you as the trio who live aboard  the Bilmar. Jim is ��� the ' local Fisheries  man.  ��� Anyway,, the Goodwins made their  (way up through the, Skookumchuk planning to pay a njew year's visit ~ to the' ,  " Nelsons. But the entrance to the inlet  was frozen solid���Beth said the ice was  thick-enough" to walk on wfth safety! So  they/had to turn back" without making  their visit, leaving the Nelsonk in their  ice-bound fastness. _ ' \  Jack Paterson called today to tell me  his interpretation of the word hippy. He  tells me that it originated, as I had suspected, in the '50s. Those who were 'hep'  to the new ways of thinking became 'hep-  sters' and the term was modified to hippies���a loose term covering those who  didn't subscribe to conventional standards. Jack has promised me a fuller re-  1 View of the origin of this social group and  what it stands for sometime soon.  Jack was also able to tell me the  name of a radio ham in North Vancbu-  ver. However, I'd "still like to know of  one on the Peninsula if anyone can help  me. And���back to semantics���there's another word whose origin eludes me. Why  a radio ham? My Webster's failed me on  that one, too.  And now, Twelfth Night is over, and  that Christmas tree that looked so glittering and beautiful in December is beginning to look tawdry in the light of  these bright January days. So I'll close  and go and pack away the decorations for  another year.  From the pulpit  ���by Pastor Gerry Foster,  Gibsons Pentecostal Church  1974. WHAT kind of a year will it be? No  one knows for sure, but there is more  pessimism than optimism in most minds.  There is one event that could occur  in this new year. Jesus said He would return to this earth. He appeared once and  He is going to appear again. "When He  made His first appearance on earth it  was to take away sin. This He did by His  sacrificial death on the cross. The second  coming scripture says, "is to save those  who are eagerly waiting for Him."-  You can have one of three thoughts  on this subject. Firstly, you may be unconcerned about it. Secondly, you may be  looking "forward to Christ's return, or  thirdly, you may be afraid of His coming. I hope you are in the second category, but if not there is something you  can do.  If you are fearful at the thought of  His coming again you are not ready to  meet God. You can be ready by receiving  and trusting in the substitutionary death  of Christ for the -forgiveness of sins.  But if you are in the first group'and  have no concern regarding the return of  Jesus Christ then you are in an awful  condition. The Bible says to you, Wake  up! Be concerned about your eternal destiny. Jesus is coming for-His church. Will  'tf^yoif'be- included?" ^ ���;**.*<-, rw'-*    ,,f -***-  Thieves net cigarettes,  liquor, cash horn Legion  ,  GIBSONS���Thieves broke into the local  Legion hall Dec. 30 and made off with  a quantity of liquor, cigarettes and petty  cash. ���  No value has yet been fixed on the  stolen property.  Police are investigating,   *  VaAAAAftAAI1fWtnAI14V1f1tinffWlffUWWIAAiW%nflAftiaAAaWU1iVI��Vt   '  B.C. IS A  BEAUTIFUL PLACE  EACH month, millions of Canadians find  ��� .colorful-brochures inserted in the envelopes with their- family allowance or old  age security cheques from the federal department of' health and welfare.  Most read them, and many act upon  the advice they contain, according to a  recent survey by the department's information directorate which produces the  brochures dealing with a variety of  health and welfare  subjects.  ' The first brochure, mailed last April  with the -family allowance cheques, - describes'"the causes' and symptoms of food  poisoning and - offers some good advice  on how to prevent this unpleasant and  harmful occurrence.        '        _- '~  Toddlers exploring around the home  come under the department's watchful,  eye. A brochure on- how to poison-proof  the home warns of the ever present danger of prescription drugs and medicines  carelessly left within a child's reach.  Some 31,000 incidents involving children  under five are reported each year to poison" control centres across Canada.  Another brochure directs itself to the  overweight citizen, sternly describing bad  eating habits that lead to poor health  and even to disability and death, but  lightens the gloom with some cheerful  and helpful advice on sensible eating and  exercise.  Other topics are water safety; first aid  for the injured; improper use of prescrip-,  tion drugs and medicines; dangers to'  health from smoking; the effects and  dangers inherent in the use of non-medical drugs; physical and social problems  caused through alcohol; and the most recent, the ��� prevention of accidents in the  home.  The close to two million Canadians  who receive old age security cheques are  encouraged to maintain good health and  enjoy a long life through brochures spec-  ficaly written for them. One deals with  physical fitness for the elderly, another  with how to buy and prepare nourishing  "and varied meals on a limited income.  The idea for a' regular series of cheque inserts arose fronT'the success of one  small information insert which last year  announced the publication "A .Parent's  Guide to Drug Abuse". It achieved over  a  million requests from across  Canada.  Many of the topics used in the brochures are obtained as a result of public  enquiries to department- offices across  Canada. Others are suggested by program staff from experience gained in their  service to .Jhe public.  The cost of producing the brochures  is exceptionally reasonable considering  the audience reached, about three million  through family allowances and ,two mill-  The Peninsula Times Page B-5  Wednesday, January 9, 1974  ion through old-age security. The department saves because it does not incur extra postage,'already paid for in the mailing .of the welfare'cheques.  . Although the "brochures are mailed  only to those receiving welfare cheques,  others are not excluded. They, are available at various federal, offices, and a full  set can be obtained" free of charge by  writing to the department's public relations office at 408 - 1177 West Broadway,  Vancouver, B.C. V6H 1G3^  YOU'D BE AMAZED AT WHAT $3  A MONTH CAN DO FOR-YOU!  Become a ROYAL CERTIFIED SERVICE  CUSTOMER TODAY!  Think Qf it...  Unlimited cheque writing on your own fully  personalized cheques; overdraft protection  up to $300; reduced Termplan personal loan _  rates; all the travellers cheques and money  orders you want; a safety deposit box for  the valuables you cannot afford to lose and  no more problems cashing your personal  - cheques in more than 1,300 Royal Bank  branches throughout Canada'sten provinces.  Oh yes ��� and lots more! Get in the savings  habit with dur "Pay-yourself" cheques or  pay your bills (where.applicable) through  our branches ��� all this plus a Chargex  card for your buying convenience and  vacation travel benefits for  your enjoyment.  A package worth considering!  Why not drop in and fill out an  application today.  Community Corner  JANUARY 19:  8:00 p.m.. Pipe Band Dance, New  Legion Hall, Secheit.  �� "* <C*'J,n*Wfp**y�� ( 4  ROYAL BANK  serving British Columbia  HERB MITCHELL, Manager  Sechelt, 885-2201  i  DON'T MESS IT UP  ���fwvwuwvvuinjvvvvuvuvvvinnnnnnfvuuvwvwwuvvwvvw  ���ShWppHaixl-selllh'^mallln'g^locds^'e)^  qulslrely printed wedding 'Invitations and  social stationery. . . whatever you need,  wo can print It expertly.  Free estimates on any printing  job wo do for you.   Compare >  tho quality of our work.  i  im.es'  CIRCULARS ��� CATALOGS ��� DISPLAYS ��� BUSINESS CARDS  A  There are over 50 points of difference  (and superiority) in a NATIONAL Home  compared to others in the industry.  YOU TOO, SHOULD MAKE  A FEATURE-BY-FEATURE  COMPARISON  Before you buy or build any homo, make the comparison  like we did ... , you'll see over 50 points of diffefenccjn the  National one .... BIGGER, BETTER, HEAVIER, THICKER.  Compare such features as wall and roof sheathing, basic  /designing, cabinetry, windows and other important Items...  more, than enough to convince you of National's VALUE.  See the1 complete range, of oyer seventy component-built  home designs in National's catalogues, Custom building too,  If you have a favourite "dream home" plan. But before you  start-tliatatl'lmp'otpnrp  NAJ/ONAL home with any on jhe market, Now how many  homes can Invito comparison like that? Send for Information  today,      ,     . ' '  LOCAL AREA SALES AND SERVICE  DAVE WHIDDEIM  Socholt 886-2746  f'ZTr ��.,U�� t��k '* Jw'^faJ ^^"^����A^Wl&��ifVrfVtf8j^^  r  i  i  i  i  i  i  i  i  i  i  im,*,���~mmmmimm m'm m   MA|U COUPON TODA^Y  ____���^  ���__,  ron its, Annon;sFORn,,n.c> V2.s 4N9  I'loiiso send mo Information About the homn packaRrs In National's  cMinnueV."Nn charr�� or obllftAtlon,   ���   ��   t   i   i  1   i   ���   ���   *    i   #   ���  NAMI'. .  AODRLSS  i �� * ��� �� �� * i t ��� �� i �� i �� i t �� t i * t �� i �� I I IONl. i * , , �� i i t i  ��� �� ��� i > i * i  ��� i i * ��.  i   * ^  -<r^  MORE   ABOUT. ..  �� Sunshine Coastings  ' ���from pag�� A-l  Mervyn Wood is the last individual in  Port Mellon."  The-telephone company has4ndicated  that it may be willing td interlist all  names in one so that if you want to find  somebody and you don't knoyir if they  live in Roberts Creek, say, or Sechelt, you ���  can just look under the individual's name.  Now if we can only convince B.C. Tel to  put through free dialing throughout the  Sunshine Coast we'll be doing well.  Incidentally, (that's for Peter Trappitfs  benefit) have you noticed that the federal  government has a listing in French?  "Gouvernement du Canada, Impot sur le  Revenu, Vancouver, Appel Interurbain  " (pas de Frais) pour Zenith 0-4000."  That, of. course, is for the Income Tax  Office, call long distance (No chg) for  Zenith 0-4000.     .,  It's getting to be that time of the year.  ���      ���      ���  ���>�� Recently re-elected school'board trustee Joe Horvath, John MacLeod and Agnes  Labonte were briefly spirited back to  their, classroom days Jan. 3 when -they  were asked to read out together their  oathes of office.  The resulting cacophony made all three  wince. Mrs. Labonte, who was later reelected chairman,' said: "We'd better all  take elocution classes."  Trustee John MacLeod suggested that,  next time, trustees would be well advised  to read out their oathes separately.  Another amusing item to come out of  the board's inaugural meeting was the department of education's rather unorthodox  spelling of "Queen" on the oathes of  office. Perhaps Eileen Dailly should brush  up on elementary spelling before taking  on administration of the educational system.  TV comic Sam Levenson offered his daug-  ter some sage advice, as related-in his  new book "In One Era and Out the  Other." To Emily he offered several time-  tested, inexpensive beauty hints, when  she was in that doubting nearly-teen  bracket. Here they are:  For attractive lips, speak words of  kindness.  For lovely eyes, seek out the good in  people. '  For a slim figure? 'share your food  .with the hungry.  For beautiful hair, let a child run his  fingers through it.  For poise, walk with the knowledge  that you never walk alone.  And then Sam had a final bit of advice for his newly-arrived grand-daughter, Georgia:  "We leave you a tradition with' a future. The tender, loving care of human  beings will never become obsolete. People  even more than things, have to be restored, renewed, revived, reclaimed, redeemed, and redeemed and redeemed. Never  throw out anybody. Remember, if you  ever need a helping hand, you'll find one  at the end of your arm. As you grow  older, you will discover that you have two  hands. One is for helping yourself, the  ,other for helping others. Your "good old  days" are all ahead of you���may you  have many of them!"  , . And tempos fugits to eberyone who  thought^they would be on daylight saving  time now.  Page B-6   .       The Peninsula Times      Wednesday, January 9, 1974  Health Unit director says . . .,  SIXTY-SEVEN people died of heart, attacks  in the Coast-Garibaldi  Health  Unit area last year, director Dr. Alistair  Thores has announced.  .But he feels- the majority of these  deaths .could. have been prevented or  reduced in, severity if the' victims had  followed a few simple health rules.  "The most important message for the  majority of Canadians is that heart disease  is preventable and that our way of life is  causing it to increase," he said.  "While coronary disease has1 many  causes, it seems ceitain that our tendency  to reduce physical activity to a minimum  as a result of our life style and to eat  possibly just a little more than we require  in terms of calorie intake is leading to the'  great increase in the incidence and the  death rate fromcthis condition."  The director stressed the need for regular exercise, "certainly not carried ,to  the point of exhaustion, but sufficient to  maintain good heart and lung function,  ' combined with just a moderate reduction  of calorie intake."  He felt these steps would do a great  deal to insure a longer and healthier  future for Canadians.  "Those most at risk are men entering'  their forties and fifties. Whatever the  difficulties of dietary discretion or of  achieving a mild amount of exercise,  they are very slight compared with the  dire consequences of heart disease." *  Dr. Thores advised middle aged men  to   consult  the   advice   offered   in   the  Nutrition Canada report, which carries  useful hints on preventative measures  against 'heart .disease.  "The report also zen/es-in on dietary^  inadequancies in pregnancy and that a  . significant,percentage of pregnant women  do show certain signs of various deficiencies," said Dr. Thores."  "The-answer to this would seem" to  be more' intensive educational preparation for1 pregnancy and better supervision of ,the pregnant woman up to and  beyond delivery." -'  . The director said that the Coast-Garibaldi Health Unit was taking immediate'  steps to publicise information contained  in the Nutrition Canada report.  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