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The Peninsula Times Jan 30, 1974

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Array 2nd Class Mail  Registration No. 1142  GIBSONS^For the, first'time in i8 "years,    With'every day that passes, decisions are  -* Gibsons has 'a ratepayers' association*   made that, affect us all."'    " [. l "--      i  , >, He said that the'^individual has-little  power to influence, thej decisions made  by the various levels | of government,  "but an organization can deal with anyone���local, regional, provisional or federal."   ' i      '  The alderman emphasized that a ratepayers' association should not be a political instrument. "Our only, task is to  look after the taxpayers of this community." '        '   i  Hoehne said he intended to play an  Serving thp Sunshine "Coast, (Howe Sound' to "Jervjs Inlet), including l>ort Mellon, Hopkins Landing, Granthams Landing, Gibsons, Robeits Creek,  ^  Wilson Cr��?ekr Selma Park, Sechelt/Halfmoon Boy, .Secret Cove, Pender Hrb.,,Madeira Park, Garden Bay/-. Irvine's Landing, Earl Cove, Egmont ���  td act as a voice for taxpayers.  And its' formation can be considered a  personal triumph for Aid. Kurt Hoehne,  who promoted the idea among local reside  ents 'and set up an organizational meeting  Jan. 24.    ,  Althouh turnout to the meeting was  relatively small, and most prospective  members represented the older age group,  many of the vital topics raised in discussion indicate a healthy future for the  body.  LARGEST CIRCULATION OF ANY PAPER &N THE SOUTHERN SUNSHINE COAST.  Vol. 11, No: 10 ��� WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 30/1974    *Pa_jW��li-��l  Vic Eckstein,   a  21-year resident of v   active part in the ratepayers' .association,  Gibsons, was elected'presiderit. Secretary  is Amy Blain and vice-president, Nelson  Moore. / ���  In opening the organizational meeting,  Hoehne,stressed the need for a ratepayers'  association in the village.  Answering the question, 'why get involved," he said: '.We are already in-  'ol"ed    and   involved   over   our   heads  t  A*  fl  ��� ^j*"-''"  1  '** "-'__K  ''l *T>; j����rr-' "f   "  *4  VIC  ECKSTEIN  .. rraiepayers* president  but could not accept a position on the  executive since' this could ' constitute a  conflict of interest with his council and  regional board duties.  He noted that few young people were  present at the meeting.  "Obviously it is the older generation  which has the experience that is here and  is looking to the years ahead." The alderman was confident, however, that more  young people would join the association  in due course.  "All members will be involved in the  association," he added., "And this should-'  not be an organization of grudging and  complaining. We --have a lot to discuss  regionally and provincially."  ' ^ After the election of officers, audience  members pinpointed parks, water and  sewers as matters for future discussion.  Mayor Larry Labonte, who attended  the meeting as a ratepayer, said he Was  confident that Brothers Park would be  improved to provide full park facilities,  including a play area, picnic tables and  trees.  In lower Gibsons, he.foresaw development of parks in the 40 acres owned by  council near" Glassf ord Road and in an  area near the Twilight Theatre.  Labonte said he was in favor of a  ratepayers' association, but criticized the  poor turnout.  , "There should have been 100 more  OAPs, here and 150 young people," he  said. "People must be concerned." <���  He hoped Gibsons Ratepayers' Association would "do something great in the  next two years."  Hoehne felt that the association should  act as a sounding board for council. "It  will be favorable for both of us."  The association will meet on the third -  Thursday  of each month, starting Feb.  21 at 8 p.m.  All taxpayers in Gibsons are .invited  to attend the meeting. ' '  Ci@QT��u-     .  SECHELT���Clearing is completed on .the ir'  proposed curling arena site, Aid. Norm- h  an Watson, told The Times. J        0-  Aid. Ted Osborne cleared the proper- I  ty, which, until such time as the lot, is ���  officially turned over to the village of >(  Sechelt, is crown land.  Watson told The Times that officials  in Victoria have given verbal assurance  that the land will be turned over to the  village <for use as an arena. He also said  that he received .verbal assurance that the lf  project qualifies for the one third community recreational grant. However, he ;  added, as of The Times' deadline, no written communication   had  been received >���  confirming either the money grant or the  land grant-  He also noted that bids for the build- \  ing were opened Thursday and that the |  tenders are being evaluated. One bid; he \  .said, was high, "but the other two were ^  in the ball park." .'  Repair work to curtail  Langdale Queen sailings  L__NGDAI__���The Langdale Queen .will ^  be withdrawn from service Feb. 11, ~r  15, 16, 17 and 18 while repairs are under- '���  way to number two Langdale berth, said .  Don Lockstead, MLA.  There will be no" tie-up facility for the ,  . number two ship from 8 a.m. Monday, ���  Feb. 11 until after 4 p.m., Friday, Feb. 22. -  Although the number two berth' will-  riot be operational, it will be capable of '  tie-up  from   Feb.  22  until Feb.   28  or  March 1 when construction is completed. '  The dates and times for the project will  be confirmed after the project is awarded  thi�� veck   he siid  .lr  U  4  __v j ��_*:!, ���#.  ' _i_a_K -j '  V_l_i_K ���'�� ��� *>��*"** _ _\  ���~#-"   "*xS( <>**.*  S  ilHIUHIIfiiMJXIi mnHilllllaillW  .:��-..*ai��**.i6**s"��-v  ���   ���~H-<-_n-ir   i  Structural tires down  GIBSONS���No fire fatalities were recorded locally during 1973, according to  Gibsons fire chief Dick Ranniger.  And in his annual report he noted that  structural fires had continued to decrease.  Property loss figures were the highest  in the local' department's history, said  Ranniger, but this was largely due to the  Elphinstone Secondary School blaze,  which caused $1.5 million in damage.  "There is a definite increase in grass  and brush fires and, hopefully, this type  of fire wjill be reduced this year with the  advent of a longer fire season and local  permit control," said Ranniger.  His report was submitted to village  council Jan. 22,  - The department's rescue and survival  <R and S) unit proved its value during the  year, the chief felt.  "Additional training and equipment  have contributed to a very efficient life  saving 'service from this department.  There were 15 persons transported to St,  Mary's Hospital by the R and S unit.       ;.  "Some consideration may have to be  given to obtaining o^argor typo vehicle If  this service continues to increase,"  A high percentage of calls received oh  the department's emergency phone were  malicious or wrong numbers; Ranniger reported,     ; ���'','���''���: ,   ���   :'''     '''���,''���'���.',  "Of tho 300 calls received, 254 were  classed an wrong numbers or" nuisance  calls, The majority of the wrong numbers  called were for the RCMP, However, this  call has declined since tho issuance of the  August    telephone'    directory,     where,  through the co-operation of B.C. Tel,' the  emergency number format was changed."  "The majority of nuisance calls are  contributed by children, and parents are  continually being contacted to rectify  this type of call."       , /"     \  Ranniger said that three additional  fire hydrants had been; installed in the  village during the year, mainly in new  subdivisions.  In 1973, Gibsons fire department dealt  with six structural fires, four chimney  fires and nine grass fires.  After hearing Ranniger's report, Mayor  Larry Labonte commented: "I'm very  proud of,the,fact that the volunteer fire  department is working so well and that  the co-operation between the,fire department and the regional board is so good."  Referring to the fire chief's remark  that a larger R and S unit would have to  be obtained if inhalator calls continued to  increase, Aid. Ted Hume said the department did not want to take on the ambulance function.     /;.  .  ''It someone is ir} need of help; they  won't leave them by the side of the road,  but they dpn't think running on ambulance service should be part of their job."  labonte pinpointed the impractical  cost of establishing a full-time ambulance  service In the village. He estimated annual upkeep to bo in the region of $100,-  000. ,    ,;���  Council was optimistic that current reassessment of the local ambulance situa-i  tion by the provincial government could  produce a favorable improvement in service for the village. ,  THIS should be a familiar scene to-_  day  (Wednesday)   as the Kinsmen-  Mathers' March   gets under   way.  Funds   raised by   the door-to-door  canvassing will benefit, the physically  handicapped.,Here, Terry Skelxon of  Gibsons opens the door to Sharon  Webber, left,   Marilynne   Mu_grove  and Agnes Labonte Local women in  terested in marcmng should phone  886-7148, in Gibsons, or 885-2192, in  Sechelt.  &*.  Provisional budget presented . .  GIBSONS-^Local property l owners can mill tax increase," he explained. "The  "' expect to face" a substantial increase '-water distribution ��� system ��� is inadequate  in their tax bills this year, in addition to \. and in need oj^a major overhaul. We just  an esthiriated 50^-per-'_ent increase'in the *"'��� can't get'away from that."'      " '  HARRY OLAUSSEN'  '...guest speaker  SECHELT���Harry Olaussen, MP, Coast-  Chilcotin, will be guest speaker at the  Sechelt and District Chamber of, Commerce's annual installation banquet tomorrow (Thursday) at' the Peninsula  Drive-In.  Bob Scales will be Installed as president and other officers are Lew Baldwin,  vice-president; Hugh Duff, secretary; Ann  Martin,, treasurer and, Morgan Thompson,  past president, pirectors of the chamber  are: L, Bisaillon, .jLio'nei; McCuaig, Jack  Mercer, Colin McJKinnon, Dave Wilson,  Les English, Ernie Booth,' DJlck proctor,  Frode Jorgensen and Joe Benher.  Tickets, at $4 per person, will be av^  allable from Scales at the Bank of Mon-,  ���,'Ureal, Morgan's Men's s Wear and the Peninsula Times, Social hour will be, at 0  p.m. and dinner at ,7p,m. ���".���.  Olaussen is vlsltin_ the Sunshine Coast  this week arid vflll bo in Halfmoon Bay  this; mornhig and Egmont today, 2 to (5  p.m, at the Community Hall, Tomorrow,  he will b,e in Sechelt at tho municipal hall  from 2 p.m. and in Gibsons ^municipal  hall Friday from 1 to 5 p.m.  Jan. 22' meeting ,that the' increases .were  necessary to ������keep-pace with steadily ris-'  ing costs and to finance major upgrading  projects withinJthe village. '   ' -  ��� The chairman of council's, finance com- ,  mittee stressed tha^his provisional figures -  were only estimates, since much of the  information necessary to. prepare a final  budget was unavailable,' as -yet.  But he 'predicted that the mill rate  would increase by 5.405 to 33.060.  *  Hoehne also gave notice of motion to  Increase the cost of village services by an  average of 50 per ,cent.  If his motion is carried by council, the  sewer parcel tax will increase from $80  to $110.  Other proposed hikes are:  ���Water frontage tax, from 12 cents  to ,20 'cents per foot.  ���Domestic water rates, from $30 to'  $45".    .  ���Domestic water connection charge,  from $100 to $150.  Hoehne further recommended that  council, establish a monthly sewer user  rate of $3,50 and bring In an .'!equitable"  commercial rate.;,;, ,.'������ i ���  ; "I want to stress the fact that the mill  rate of 33,900 is not a true mill rate  because, we j did not have the assessment  roll," he, said.; ,,  Council [recently received details of  the assessment roll over tho telephone,  "but even lathis is not true because 500  people have applied to the court ot re  Justifying the proposed $50 increase in  the domestic water connection fee, Hoehne felt that the present charge of $100  was, "Way too low in comparison to wages  and costs."  The alderman felt that Gibsons resi  dents must be prepared to pay the price  for improved services in the village.  "In Gibsons, we have crawled for ~&  long time and never learned to walk. We  completed ..-��� thought,it,,was time,,we progressed-from  an estimated    .the; crawling to,the walking stage." ���  added; '��� ,--'-���   -v' ' ���"* Gen_fal-��fund requirem,eht's \ fqr  1974"������  are $517,548, Hoehne reported. Arid the  property tax requisition will be $172,967.  The provisional budget is an estimate  only, he stressed, and figur&s may be  altered, up or down, before council's final  budget is presented.  Gibsons mayor urges caution  GIBSONS��� Mayor Larry Labonte has  urged village council to retain the motor  vehicle licence and insurance function,  until the Insurance Corp. of B.C. (ICBC)  has made a decision on opening its own  office in Gibsons.  He made the statement in a report' to  council's Jan. 22 meeting.  "Our problems with the ICBC are not  quite clear, yet," he said; "I urge cpundil  ... to continue the service as'." it ��� now,  stands. In the next 2%. months, we should  be' able to do a better evaluation of the  problerix we arc'facing  at the present,  .time,".;'': .'���������';���   ,'''    ���       " .   ';'���     "    ���'      '..''..  The "problems" arose earlier when  municipal clerk Jack Copland suggested  that council'drbp the motop vehicle licence  .  ,_        ._   _ __     and Insurance function because of, the  vision," three tlrnes last year's figure.  ,      Increased workload anticipated when gov-  , In spite |of the dramatic increases re-    ernment insurance goes into effect,  N>>iaiaiaiaiaa>iaMiiiiiaMiiaiiiiiaiiiliiiiiiiiaiaiaM>lMliiuiiaiaaaaiitin��iiiaMiMiniiii>liiaiiiaM)iaiaMaiaMiiiaiiiiaiiiiiuiiiMiiMi>iiaiiiiaMMiaiMiMiaiiMii)iaMii>iaiitiiMaaiiaiaiuiMaaaa��i<aaaiaaMaai  astmas  by DICK  PROCTOR  fleeted in the provisional budget, Hoehno  said that tho figures had been adjusted  three times, "eliminating arid shaving  down costs so that current figures represent the1 bare minimum,"   ,   .. i ,.'  Likening the municipality to any other  business, Hoehno noted; "All labor, con-  THIS column and feature Why Don't  They? spares no expense and goes to  an Infinite amount of trouble to answer  our reader's questions, Doyou believe  Hint?' ..... , .'/.;;.������ .   ,:  Anyway, ono reader wanted to know  why Utter boxes are not placed by the  largo rural mall boxes to accept "Junk!  mall", The reader reasoned that the post  office has Jitter boxes why shouldn't tho  poor rural router.  Not knowing who to ask, I decided to    by largo rural mail boxes,"  with tho opinion Bharcd by tlio majoHty* c%c^ "^  of postal customers.        , ,  "The post office hover usesj tho term  'Junk mall', Wo call it Standard Mail  (With capital letters) and It Mr the class  of mail used by firms advertising their  products and It has a high degree of ��c-,  coptablllty.  "Thank you for your interest, For the  reasons mentioned no useful ' purpose  would be served by placing Jitter boxes  Ray Hadfield, superintendent of motor  vehlplcs, told council it could not opt out  of the insurance function and still retain  a licence office.       ��� , ,  Tho motor vehicle branch and tho  ICBC aro now considering an offer from  council to lease tho provincial govern-  ;,:traqtlng.ah^  go to tho top and put tho question to  Andro Ouollat, po,ltmnntcr general.  Mr, Ouallat answered with a nlco letter'and stated: "I havo referred your letter to postal officials directly concerned  and I can assure you that careful consideration will bo given'to your reader's  -"fiiiKKcstionrNo; drmnt'postal officials will  communicate with you In tho near future,"  Well, If no to his word, Mr. Ouollot did  turn tho matter over to his department  So much for "careful consideration,"  Rural routers ore' obviously second-  class customers for thlrd-claflsj mail,  I wonder If Mr. McLcod la the person  you write to and ask why customers us*,  Ing  boxc��  havo to pay  while  general  ...deUv.cry.,.��nd,rupAl.,routc3..flr,e���.f!rc,e,_^^,���^.,���  Still with tho post, office department  nnd Why Don't They put a mail drop  in tho Trail Bay Shopping Centre, Secholt Postmaster Bid Collin said because  It's within a half mile of tho post office,  acrarossod: "Mr. and Mrs, T, W.j Secholt,  B.C." Thoro was, no last namo, So with  a little sleuthing, tho post office called  Marstlns and asked If thoy wore expecting a lottor from that person In Scotland  i,, they were ond so It was safely delivered, The Marstlns asked to express their  thanks to the Secholt post, offlco staff,  There must bo many more such Instances and wo don't hear about thom  all of course, Wo aro often very quick to  criticize but not too quick to praise, With  tho increasing amount of m a 11 going  through tho post offlco, it's a wondoir that  there aren't moro errors,  Incldontly, tho letter for tho Marstlns  was to congratulate them on their 00th  tho vlltoKo will havo to pay for, tho in  creased cost,";     ,      ' , <,      ���       >  Ho said tl|at an Increased water rato,  was necessary to pay for tho proposed  $200,000 upradlng project oft tho village  water system,' < >  "This cost is also rejected in the flvo  Fire department seeking  high pressure air unit  SECHELT���The flro department in plan-  nlng to acquire a high prcssuro filtered  comprosHcd air unit, Aid. Ernie Booth told  Tho Times, ��� ; '  Tho unit' is required to fully utilize tho  Scott-Pok compressed air units required to,,  enter  smoke-filled  buildings,  Thoy1 aro  clpal hall'for a motor vohlolo licence and  insurance offlco, ,,   ,  . In a letter to council, Hadfield said:  "I certainly havo In mind your offer of  space In tho municipal hall, It is not  finalized at,this stage what wo nro going  to do In the Secholt Peninsula area, but  your offer has been yery helpful to us,"  Ho thanked council for operating a  Uconce-lssuanco offlco over tho past few  years.  Since Hadflold's letter was written,  Sunshine Coast Credit Union, Secholt,  has been nppolntcd the main agonoy on  the lower Sunshine Coast for licence Ifl-  fluenco and Autoplan Insurance,  Under other council news, It was revealed that tho badly deteriorated wood  set aside $5,000 for its share of the project,  Aid. Ted Hume felt that the village  engineers could start planning the project  now, but work could not start until April  1 at the earliest, when tho provincial  contribution becomes available,  i "We will certainly havo it finished  before next winter," he, said,  Renewal of the storm drain will alleviate, much of the flooding nlong. School  Road which occurs every winter.  Aldermen agreed  to  inform Charles  //,'.'      '���!  , �������_��� paga A-3  Vancouver man  in blasting operation  NELSON ISLAND���Gitio Cnzzola, 20, of  Vancouver, was  killed when  setting  charges on, a blasting operation at'Quarrlo'  Bay,, about 4 p.m, Jan, 25,  RCMP said Gazzola was leaning over  the plunger when blasted rook struck him  In the chest arid shouldon He was killed  Instantly, Gazzola worked for Bordlgnon  Masonry Ltd, , '  *-'"��� Ho is'survived* by; his "wife,- Anna,*; of-  ' Vancouver*  lUIIMIIMIMIMIMMMMIIII|lllll||ll|limi|||��i|||| mil  TIDES FOR THE WEEK  January 30 to February 5  at Point Atkinson I  written a llttlo artlclo on thom.  i Here's a new Why Don't They? This  tlmo from Aid, Kurt Hoehno of Gibson*.  Why don't thoy stop vandalising public  facilities In tho village so that taxpayers  Won't"have to pay for .iho damagot  ���     ���     ���  No ono pulls tho rug out from under  Doug Donnlrtanl ,  Tho Glbaons plaMerer was called in to  .������oe p*go A-3  ����fiaii.fii��ii>aaMM...��iMiaiiaai<aiaiaiiitaiaiiiia>iiMit��i i amaiaaiaiaii MaiaiaHaiaiaiaMaiaiauHiiiia aMananai��niHiaMMaaaiiaiai.a.naim>iaiMHnaw.at.��aaawa��i.Maaia��MiMa��,  wedding Hnnlvorsary, Thoro is a picture of    _i_,n���  ,��� ..���i4���  ,.__,, '.    >m       '_��"'     ' , " ""���' ���^���"���������w��..��-m ������m  U,o.couple,lnBldo-and'PoflgyXorinorhaH����m,^  1 .��twe.fljorm dratri.on^choolRoaA.wjll.be^,  nnd In duo couroQ a  letter enmo from rTho, department feck. that people  can  Canada Post, Ottawa, specifically W. G. wft]lt that far.  McLeod, director, salca   nnd '  florvlce, counter sales division.  customer  In his finest bureaucratic manner Mr,  McLc'nd said: "Your render's comment on  whnt ho terms 'Junk mall' does not agree  81(1 notes thn^'^horo"'la''"ft*lklX*"fti''tho,  Alnn Grcono senior citizens court.  Sid nnd hla staff at tho Sechelt post  office deserve a pat on the back, Mr. and  Mr��, T. W. Mnr��tln of Wilson Creek ro-  "laiUtsrHo'Bald,  "Prosohtly, wo havo to got tho tanks  retired in Vancouver eftor every firo cr  practice,!' said Booth.  ; '  The forest service will take over pro-  teqllono^Kpme of the; forpst management J  nroa In West Sechelt thereby decreasing  the nrea tho Sechelt Flro Protection District is responsible for, Mort Reid, chairman of tho dljtrict told Tho Times,  Reid c a Id that with the move, better  protection  areas,"  will  bo  afforded populated  replaced before next winter,  Council had been nwaltlng word from  ��� the department of highways on authorization of payment of Its share of tho  project cost, ,       ,  ���. ��Jn,a letter, district hlshwaya,manager,  H, A. L'HIrondollo said that tho depnrt-  monl's"'contribution bad boon approved up  to a maximum of $4,000.  Labonte snld! "Wo have been looking  for this for a while and it has finally  come through,"  The mayor' noted that tho village had  w.  0320 8.9  So.  0300 13.1  30  OWS 14,7  2  0640 12.2  165S 5,2  1130 14,2  2340 11.7  1945 3.0  Th.  0405 10,2  Su.  0355 13.0  31  1000 14,4  3  0005 12.1  1750 4.4  1245 14,2  2400 10,1  2045 2.2  Fr,  0135 12.3  M.  0435 14.4  1  0303 11.6  4  0915 11.9  ,.���.������,  1035 14,4  *...!���,_  1355 14,3  1045 3,0  2135 1.6  I"-  ���5   '  0515 14,?  1015    11,2  1500 14,1  2225    1,!  K&C and HOURSTON  DEALER  TRAIL BAY  5PORTS  UIMLIIV1ITED  Sechelt ��  885-2512  r��<"ll IKIIIIIIIIHIIIIIIIMIIMMHIIIIIIIBIMIIIIIIIMIIIIIII? Halfmoon Ba^ Happenings  NEXT film show at the Welcome Beach  Hall on Thursday, Feb. 7 will be on  Japan. There will be films1 on the women  of modern Japan, children's songs,of Japan, origami (paper folding), Hokkaido .  and a journey to western Japan. The  show starts at 7:30 p.m. and everybody is  welcome. *   -  Members of the Halfmoon Bay Hospital Auxiliary are asked to" take special  note of the change of date of the next  meeting. It will be at the Rutherford  home on Wednesday, Feb. 6. As there is "  to be a guest speaker, the meeting will  start promptly at 7:45" p.m.  Please mark up your calendar for the  next social evening at the Welcome Beach  Hall on Saturday, Feb 16, and watch  this column for further details.  1 Mrs, Mary, Walker has returned home  after a holiday' in Hawaii, where her  daughter Connie Smart-and granddaughter Norma of- New Westminster spent  part of the holiday with her. They had  a very good time but experienced some  really stormy weather!" From their apartment high in orie of the buildings overlooking Waikiki Beach, they had some  striking and awe-inspiring views of the  storm. Waikiki beach was closed for  swimming after the storm because of the  Portuguese men-ofrwar which had been  washed up on the beaches. These^are  physalia, a species of jelly fish with  powerful and dangerous stinging cells.  One of the people Mrs. Walker ran into  at Waikiki was Mrs. Lilly Dunlop who  sent greetings to all her old friends at  home.  Mr. and Mrs. Bob Wickwire, with Jud  and Cynthia, were in Portland last week  and bought a new 25-foot Owen cabin  cruiser which they towed as far as White  Rock.  At a truck  stop on the  way to  Seattle, where about 20 trucks were lined  up,   Jud's   sharp   eyes   spotted   a ,, grebe  sitting   under   one   of    the   big  freight  trucks, right between the wheels. Arming  himself with a pair of stout gloves, he  picked the bird up and carried it back  to  the  car.   It  travelled with j them   in  great  style,   safely  housed  in   the  new  boat,   through  the   Customs   and  on  to '  White   Rock.  Here    they   launched  the  - boat which Bob and Jud planned to take  home by' water.  With some trepidation,  not knowing if their feathered passenger '  was injured jx not, they lifted it gently  into the water. They were soon reassured,  for the bird, after a moment's surprise at  finding itself back in its natural environ-'  ment, taxied for a few yards and then  became airborne.  The sea was very rough at the time  and Bob and Jud had a three-day wait  before it calmed down' sufficiently for  them to take off for Welcome Beach\  They had a pretty rough trip even then.  Queenie and Baron, two ponies belonging to the Kieselbach children, got  a little, exercise last Saturday when  Garnet Kieselbach and Mary Connor organized rides for the young fry from the  Shell station to the post office and'back.  They hope to repeat the program next  Saturday at about 1:30 p.m. The ponies'  . ���by Mary Tinkle.  weight limit i$< 98 pounds, so no heavyweights can be accommodated.  While we may be feeling' sorry for  ourselves having to face an increase in  the  price, of  oil and  gas,  our  predicament is nowhere near as tough as it is  in other parts of the world. Recent letters  from  England tell    of , old  people .  shivering by electric fires at half power  and straining their eyes at television pictures  as  small as  a postcard.  A letter  received^ by your correspondent from a  friend in the old country, throws some -  light on the three-day week. As an office .  worker, he is allowed to work five days  a week, but the three-day week approved '  by his local electricity board will now be "  Thursday, Friday and Saturday from 9  a.m. to 6 p.m. Sunday and Monday he  may not  work, but  he, may go in on  Tuesdays arid Wednesdays as long as no  heat or light is used.-He .says, they may  possibly.work from'9 till 3 on those two  days, but even a six-hour shift is long  enough to get quite chilled without heat  in an English winter. What really'bothers  him, he says, is whether this is directed  against the miners, the electricians or the  lailway workers, or whether it is not in  reality a means of cutting the spending  power of the workers' and so helping to  reduce   inflation.'" That   all   sounds   bad  enough  without  a coal    miners'  strike,  which,   at   the  time  of  going   to   press  seems imminent. , ,s  For'Quick-Results Use Times  Adbriefs  1  I  I  1  I  ill FBUST MORfGAGlS:  l|| ������,���  ||| ��   10V2% per annum  From, the pulpit  ���by Pastor Gerry Foster,  ���   Gibsons Pentecostal Church  IT doesn't matter what you believe, as  long as you-are, sincere and in earnest." You have probably heard this, statement and perhaps even agree with it.  But think about it fo^a moment. It  is really unsound and an absurd thing to  say. If you believed that an eight o'clock  plane left at nine o'clock would you be  .on the plane? No you would.miss it.  Some, people have sincerely believed  that a certain bottle contained' a healing medicine. They were in-earnest about  taking some of it, but afterwards, died  because it contained poison.  fn matters * concerning your spiritual  life it-is'vitally important what you believe. 1, would suggest that you examine  your beliefs. Where did yo_*Vget them  from? perhaps some vain philosophy blew  in "one day and you grabbed onto it, or  some religious*"organization said you have  to' believe this arid this to belong so  without an independent, personal inquiry  you joined up.'.'  But it is possible that you do subscribe  ' to certain .sound biblical principles, for  example, the Apostles' Creed. This is a  great statement to believer However, has  it gone past intellectual belief to a life-  changing experience of what  is, in the  ��� creed?-     " ,   ���  Check your beliefs. And if they line  up .with the Bible make sure they are not  only! in your head but also iri your heart.  Page A-2       .   The Peninsula Times  Wednesday, January 30, 1974 >  Group wins iirst aid  senior certificates  SECHELT��� Employees  of  the   Sechelt  Medical Clinic were among those that  passed their St. John Ambulance exam  recently.   ���  Under the instruction of Joan Cun-'.  ningham, the class attained their'senior  certificates in first aid.  Receiving certificates were: Ross  Lind.'Els Zuidema, Ena Armstrong, Joanne Kingston, Russell Cunningham, Albert Thompson, Verne Fraser, Susan Jorgensen, Gail Eckford, Phyllis Pearson,  Audree Cobleigh, Laurelei Sheridan and  Robert Littley.  i��  �� Life Insured (where eligible) up to $10,000  ||| Q Up to 20 years to repay  ||i �� Up to 80% of appraised value or purchase price  iii  ||i ��  Pre-payment without bonus or penalty  ���     9     ���     ���  ^piyiflnnivvOTfl-ivxnwnTOnnnnnTmnnnnnnnrnn^  4XJmM,W��<  - ^-f*lH pM. Hi 1*3D^ttt'^  'SATURDAY, $18HUAiW 2  tW����WHtWa<W\*_��IWiai>iaWih*iiM^^  i  i  ���a  1  IE*  i|i Madeira Park, B.C.  ii  Telephone 883-2236   ||  Best in Live Entertainment  mzzm-AVAILABLE  "JOIN THE FUN  PiMEtMSliLA  HOTEL  Highway 101 ��� Cover Charge ��� 886-2472  W//////////////////^^  Government of British Columbia  PURPOSE OF COMPETITION ��� This competition is designed to help .obtain a  a selection of interesting and creative luncheon and dinner menus featuring a wide  variety of British Columbia foods. To promote the preparation and enjoyment of  these meals. '���        >   v o  ELIGIBILITY ��� The competition ;is open only to restaurant, hotel, institutional,  catering and dining chefs and cooks, to professional dieticians,^ and to dietetic  home-economics or cooking school teachers; and to home economics and cooking  school students. Entrants must be permanent residents of British-Columbia.  REQUIREMENTS ��� You may submit any number of entries in each of the, following  categories. The price in each category is to be the price per person, when catering  for a group.  1a Spring Luncheon  1b Spring Luncheon  2a Summer Luncheon  2b Summer Luncheon  3a Fall-Winter Luncheon  3b Fall-Winter Luncheon  $4.50 or less  $5.75 or less  $4.50 or less  $5.75 or less  $4.50 or less  $5.75 or less  4a Spring Dinner  4b Spring Dinner ���  5a Summer Dinner  5b Summer Dinner  6a Fall-Winter Dinner  6b Fall-Winter Dinner  $6.50 or less  $8.00 or less-  $6.50-or less  $8.00 or less  $6.50 or less  $8.00 or less  If, in the opinion otthe judges, the cost estimate for an entry does not seem feasible,  it will be reclassified in a different category.  JUDGING ��� .Professional and student entries will be judged separately and on the  following points: 1. Over-all appetite appeal. 2. Variety of B.C. foods used. 3.  Appropriateness for the season. 4. Imagination and creativity.  PRIZES ��� Winning professional and student entries in each category will be"  awarded the following prizes: ~  For the best menu, a framed gold certificate and $250 cash.  For the second-best menu, a framed silver certificate and $100 cash.  For the third-best menu, a framed bronze certificate and $50 cash.  A number of framed Honourable Mention certificates will also be awarded. x  HOW TO ENTER ��� Type, or clearly print each menu on one side of an 81/_" x 11"  sheet of plain bond paper. At the top show the category. In the top right-hand corner  write "Professional Entry" or "Student Entry".  On a separate sheet of paper print your name, address, phone, place of employment  or school where enrolled.  All entries become the property of the Government of British Columbia. Entries  should be addressed to:  -     MENU COMPETITION  Office of the Provincial Secretary  Government of British Columbia  Parliament Buildings, Victoria, B.C. V8V 1X4  CLOSING DATE ��� All entries must be postmarked by midnight, "March 15, 1974.  (,lWi  Government of British Columbia  Ernest Hall  PROVINCIAL SECRETARY  t1  ,M>  Vl'^<  '���->-w<  ^^���^i^^[riat*.tfjfi^!j  w.j_..>^-i.t_��^._t__^*.  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I have my shoes on."  There" was_some question as to whether ;  Egmont Community Recreation Committee .was going to get its LIP grant to re-;  furbish its community hall. There were  some technicalities involved.     *"  Dot Silvey," secretajyofthe hall says  it's okay, A LIP man from" Vancouver  met with the committee and they thrashed '  out the problem Sunday afternoon. The  committee will get its $6,800 to reconstruct  parts of the hall. It will provide work for  five persons for 13 weeks.  Work starts  Feb. 4.  * ��       #  Mrs. Silvey says that, cougar is still  stalking Egmont. It was seen on the Egmont road just the other night. So far  the cat has killed at least "one dog and  a duck and two persons have seen carcasses of deer killed by the cougar.  Game officer Pat Mulligan has been  called to dispose of the animal.  Sounds like a case for Hoss land and  his bear trap. Would it work for cougars?  * *       *  My penpal, Big Bad John, alias  Black John, is getting out on a work  release on his birthday, Feb. 11.  But in the meantime, he's the cheerleader for his east wing's soccer team.  He says, "They give them punks in west  gate B all the gravy and we get the rags."  He says the other guys get regular soccer  sweaters and he asks: "Do you think you  could find a hardware store up therein  Sechelt who could supply us with some  green dye and then we could make our  own, out of T-shirts?"  Is there anybody willing to, uphold  the honor of the' east wing? Even without  sweaters,  east   wing  beat  west  gate  B  4-3.  * *       ��  If you're puzzled at what's,;happening  in the world today, consider. the case  where the government of Yugoslavia sent  two delegations of economists to Africa to  ascertain whether that country, offered  a good market prospect for Yugoslav shoe  production. When the delegations return-  . ed, they submitted two. .completely different reports.  Said the first group:1 "There are no  chances of exporting quantities of shoes to.  Africa because people there go barefoot."  The second delegation's report stated:  "Prospects of selling shoes in Africa .are  wonderful because everybody is barefoot."  MORE   ABOUT...  ��� Insurance function  .    ,   '      '  ���from'page A-l  English Ltd. that it's clients will be required to pay the cost of servicing two  proposed subdivisions ^on Glassford Road.  The real estate company earlier < contended that the village should bear a  portion of the- servicing costs.  Aid. Bill Laing and Aid. -Winston  Robinson tonight (Wednesday) will meet  with representatives of the school board  and Gibsons Athletic Association to. dis-  cuess a noposal from the Kinsmen Club  to locate its community swimming pool on  school property.  Labonte felt that a swimming pool  was "a very needy thing in the community. I have been fighting for it for years  through the athletic association."  ��*�� The Vancouver appraisal firm of Cunningham and Rivard Ltd. expressed interest to council in opening an office in'  Gibsons. . ��� ^  In a letter, F. M. Cunningham said his  Wednesday, January 30, 1974     The Peninsula TJ���es  Page A-3  firm, was interested in.acquiring and improving the office building >on Highway  101' near Walt's Automotive. '  "I would like to improve this-property  from its present deplorable 'state into a  part office, part residential complex," said_  Cunningham.  "  ''I would maintain and improve only  the existing office space and add three to~  four residential suites, either as ,an upper  floor, or as an addition to the present one  storey structure."        -   ^  Cunningham said he proposed opening an office in either Gibsons, or Sechelt.  Blake 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.  ,, ��.*-_rW p.m.  INDIAN  HALL  Jackpot $300  ,  $75 TO GO  ft DOOR PRIZE ^  \*wmimmy%n*mym���**WF*my^mT**fimm^Am*mmmmiN*0m**  AL JAMIESON checks over servicing  equipment at Jamieson Automotive  Parts, Sales and Service"'in prepara-  Grand opening today . .  tion for grand opening today (Wednesday).  VALENTINE  time is here  again!  Very  good selection of cards for all ages as  well as brightly, decorated  paper  table  covers. and serviettes. Miss. Beefs,. Sechelt.,  GIBSONS���Al Jamieson    announces the  grand opening today (Wednesday) of  Jamieson Automotive Parts, Sales and  Service in the Chess Enterprises building on Highway 101.  Jamieson cdnfes to the Peninsula with  many years experience,in.the automotive  field.  After serving his mechanic's apprenticeship in Ontario and graduating from  the General Motors Institute of Technology in Flint, Michigan, he went to work  as service manager with Brasso JDatsuri  and, Clarke Simpkins,. among other,.Varir  couver dealerships.  "I decided to open:' an auto service  centre on the Peninsula after considerable urging by many ��� of . my friends in  the  Gibsons area,"  he told The Times.  "I was able to locate property which  .leant itself to alterations for an excellent four-bay servicing operation." ���  Jamieson Automotive also .boasts a  comprehensive multi-line, parts department offering. Bendix ignition and car-  buretion parts, General Motors AC sparkplugs, and; Delco original equipment bat  teries.  The firm is an agent for Spartan oil  products and Gabriel shock absorbers and  Jamieson carries a full line of Merritt  exhaust parts.  On the servicing side, Jamieson pre--  , ...sentry, has.a staff of .two���Steve. Phelps, ,  a licenced mechanic and Ted Wray, an  apprentice.  In the near future, Jamieson intends  to hire a full-time parts salesman.  .    Phelps. has worked with many of the  _t'(pxajor   Vancouver   dealerships   over   the  jT'past- eight years and has extensive Pat-  sun training. '���' "  "In all the lines our firm represents,  we have endeavored to bring to our customers the maximum in quality and serv-..  iceability," said Jamieson.  "We are fully" prepared to assist our  customers in all their motoring rieeds,  whether it be service or' parts sales to  an individual or fleet accounts, or assisting my competitors in supplying their  parts requirements.  "Service will be the by-word of our  firm."   , -      ' -..     .,'.'...��� ���  YOU'D BE AMAZED AT WHAT $3  A MONTH CAN DO FOR YOU!  Become a ROYAL CERTIFIED SERVICE  CUSTOMER TODAY!  Think of 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's ten provinces.  Oh yes ��� and lots more! Get in the savings  habit with our "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  FEBRUARY 1:  7 p.m., February Frolics, Community  Hall, Madeira Park.  FEBRUARY 4:  Ice Arena Meeting, 7:30 p.m., Madeira Park Elementary School.   . .  Al Dribnenki,Manager  ROYAL BANK  serving British Columbia  Madeira Park  Telephone: 883-2711  .��� H' j.,'11.!!1' '." j,jj..;~.^:|i'?-m".v'.^ '  .��_...-���     ,t ��<  ���������:���-���������-���������  MATTRESS  k,R��sTonic:_#  _*._#&_ _?J______^?_^?_*��__,.  {mmlmmim  54" SET    .  Box Spring and  Mattress . . .  :���:���:���:���:���:���:���:�����:�������:���:���:���:���:  WS%*  BEAUTY H0SE   ;  UNITS -QUILTED  Box Spring and  Mattress���352 coil  352 Coil Mattress  T ? i"    j ��� *    -ST,"  ���.���>.���-���.���.���.������.������  �������>-  .���������.���.���-��.���.���-��  �������X.K.  .���>..���_���_���_��,���.*.*_*_���_���.���.���.���_���_���_  iPLETi  Queen Size  Wl"!  W PI W _*__'    *^l  iViafTress ��� ��� ���  (boo photograph)  ������ : :*--_-/��&-V.:.   iDd Orthdfonic  ���  - . .   ������*  i ;   ���'\I *. ;   ' *   �������������� ���-���1   - -I  �������� i', -r/ * "'���*  *�� r ��� v     '    ��� ���  ��_��   .v-  ;  ��i   *k\."~-    .','fi5��       ..  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Isabel Anderson and  Sons. 3776-10  OBITUARY  CRITCHELL ��� On Jan. 20,  1974, Hazel I. Critchell (Mc-  Arthur) of Vancouver, formerly of Davis Bay. Survived  by a nephew Arthur F. Mc-  Arthur of London, Ontario,  a niece Mrs. D. (Margaret)  Hauka of Gibsons and a. dear  friend Mrs. Betty Garner,  .Vancouver. Relatives in Canada and U.S.A. Mrs. Critchell  was a member of Sunshine  Rebekah Lodge 82. Rev., David Brown conducted the service in the Harvey Funeral  Home on Sat., Jan. 26 at 12  noon. Interment Seaview Cemetery. 4043-10  PIRSONAL  *    ,. , I..  BAHAT Faith, Informal chats.  885-2465, 886-2078.     1075-tfn  ALCOHOLICS Anonymous ���  , Meetings 8:30 p.m. Thursdays, Wilson Creek Community Hall. Phone 885-9327. ��� In  Madeira Park meetings Wednesdays at 8:30 p.m. in the  Community Hall. Phone 883-  2401. 3952-tfn  FOR square dance information  contact Pat  or Jack Whit-  aker, 885-2438. 3273-tfn  AUTOPLAN    .  Obtain  your Vehicle  Licence  and Insurance Quickly    ���-  Phone MARY or JO-Ar>lNE''  at 885-2235"   Sechelt Agencies Ltd.  .   8798-tfn.  BROODMARE,   8   years   old,  not rideable, dark bay, 'good  lines,   Va   horse and   Morgan..  What offers? Phone 885-9349,  Also bridle, new saddle etc.  4085-10  SWIFT Feeds ������ H. Jacobson,  Swift dealer. Nor'West Rd.,  Sechelt. Phone 885-9369. Chicken feeds ��� Horse feed - Hog  feed - Cattle feed. Hay and  other feeds by order.    258-tfn  FEED, SEEDS  .  {    FENCING/ FERTILIZER  Buckerfield_   Horse,  Chicken.  Hog and Cattle, Feeds  Purina' Products ���  Alfalfa -.Straw and Hay  QUALITY FARM SUPPLY  R.R. 1, Gibsons  - Open: 9 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. ��� ���  Tuesday to Saturday  One ��� mile  south, of  Sunshine  Coast Highway  Pratt Road . -886-7527  9477-tfn  CHICKS ��� dual purpose ���  ' Paymaster, Rhode Island,  Red Cross, White Leghorns,  White Rocks. Ship anywhere.  Napier Hatchery, 22470, 64th  Ave., RR 7, Langley, 534-6268.  3769-tfn  2   HORSE   trailer   for   rent;  ~ Cunningham's.   Phone   885-  9927. 3340-tfn  HELP WANTED  TEACHER-supervisor for 3 &  4 yr. old children. Apply in  writing stating qualifications  to Jack and Jill Child-Minding Co-op, Box'801, Gibsons,  or phone 886-2184. 3768-11  FULL - TIME position for  floor-laying trainee. Ideal  situation for young man, good  future assured. Apply in person, Ken DeVries. Floorcover-  ings Ltd., Gibsons.        4052-10  RELIABLE woman for housework  on Saturdays.  Phone  885-9395.         4050-10  E X P E RIENCED     carpenter  wanted.  Phone   885-2525   or  886-2344. 4030-10  WORK WANTED  WILL  butcher,  dress   or  cut  your  meat or   game,   your  place or mine. Phone 883-9045.    . ���    3044-tfn  FURNACE   installations    and  burner   service.   Free   estimates. Ph. 886-7111.        36-tfn  WILL do duroid roofing, strip-  . ...ping forms, lay drain tiles,  etc.   Phone   885-9342   or ,885-  Poge Ar4���Peninsula Times, Wednesday, Jan. 30, 1974 u.. NTED TO RENT  CLASSIFIED: ADVERTISING RATES house or cottage, $5o r $80.  Phone:   885-9654  or 885-2635.    Gibsons: 886-2121 i Responsible married couple.  .,...,' ".    : ��� _��� Refs. Maintenance if required.  Published Wednesdoys by Box Numbers !���50c extra Reply  Box   821    Sechelt \ >  Powell   River  News Town  Crier     50c Book-keeping charge is added ���; ' 3995-11  Sechelt Times Ltd. ���    for Ad-Briefs not paid by : . ,   at Sechelt, B.C. publication date. YOUNG couple with 2 small  Established 1963 u 0, or ^dm: adv-rti.ing 40c i child���.  need   2   or  �� B?,  #s_r count lino home   (Gibsons   area),   March  ,   Deaths, <��d of Thanks," In Mem- *���  Phone 885-2507,        4035-10  oriam, Marriage and Engagement " "  Member, Audit Bureau notices ore $4.00 (up to 14 lines) } MADHV    A HP  of Circulations and 35c per line after that. Four | MMr YI     Al II  -      ��,    March 31, 1973 ,    words per line. - Mfil I   I    HUU  Gross Circulation 3500 Birth- Notices, Corning Events take j        ' d   fl^      h .  Paid Circulation 2947 . regular class.f.ed rates. Minimum 20 word, ($2)?  As filed with the  Audit  Bureau Subscription Rates: >r-1K  of Circulation,  subject to audit.      g   Mail: - f'^vfv  Classified Advertising Rates: Loc0| -"a-wi .... ... .$7.00 yr. .    vSv  3-Line Ad-Briefs (12 words) Outside Local Area .-$8.00 yr.  >ne - Insertion ..- $1.20   '     U.^.A. _.: $10.00 yr. Send a Hoppy Ad to someone with  Three Insertions $2.40'        Ovorseos  $11.00yr. Congratulations, Birthday or Anni-  Extra lines (4 words) .... 35c Senior Citizens, vensary   Greetings,   Good   Wishes,  (This rate does not apply to Local Area ���_ r...$6.00 Hats Off . .'. anything that.will be  commercial Ad-Briefs) Single Copies .: 15c i        , _ Happy Message!���  Copyright and/or property rights subsists in' all display advertising and .    j ,      /��,  other material appearing in the edition of the Sechelt Peninsula Times. j ' - -  Permission to reproduce wholly or in port and in any form whatsoever, |  will be subject to recourse in ,ow. . ' ^   ^ to sSelt^  "In the event of a typographicakerror advertising goods or services, at J[an. 5 at the home of her son-  o ,wrong price, goods, or services, may not be sold and the difference in-law   and   daughter   Al   and  charged to the newspaper. Advertising is merely an offer to sell, and may Gladys    Long    in    Richmond.  be withdrawn ot. any time."���(Supreme Court decision). Advertising is There were 35 members of her-  accepted on the condition that, in the event of typographical error, that family  present. 4031-10  portion of the advertising space occupied by the erroneous item, together i ;  . with reasonable allowance for signature, will not be charged for, but the ocai    KTATE  balance, of the advertisement will be paid for qL the'applicable rate. KtAL.  Ed IAIE  A composition charge is made for advertising. accepted and put into -j =   production, but cancelled before publication. Change from original copy 160 ACRES-beautiful elevated  when proof is submitted to customer is also chargeable at art hourly rate      ' property,  some  view,  trails,  for the additional work. secluded.   Near   Secret   Cove,  ------'='      -    '     "   ��� -   ������   ��� - ������'     -      ���������-... :v: - $80,000.   Write   Box-310,   c/o   =      >���'���  The Times, Sechelt, B.C.  FOR RENT (Continued) FOR RENT (Continued)  3212 tfn  RITZ Motel, reasonable daily.   HALL for rent. Wilson Creek ' WA I���J*J Jjg, ^uS  and, weekly rates. 886-240L        Community    Hall     Cpntact J^S ^ble^SSS  '. 3407-tfn     Marg Pearson, 885-2337 Box 593) GibsonSi B c   ��_- :  ,j_4t)-tin . 3325-trn  NOW" available,   1   bedroom.        "������   apt., ��� W-W carpet,  coloured ' 2 VIEW  cottages,  Gower Pt. * BUYING a home? Talk to the  appl.,  3  pee.  bathroom,  $165.        Road: One 1 bedroom, $115;       Royal Bank for your mort-  Also bachelor apt., the ;same,    One 2 bedroom, $130. Respon- gage. New mortgages and re-  $150. Both modern and "com-    sible adults only. Phone 886- financing-   available.      Royal  fortable.   Phone   886-2415   or    9147 or Vane. 876-6507 betw- Bank,  Sechelt.  885-2201.  886-7629.                          3778-11    een 6 and 9 p.m.           4032-10 3854-tfn  ;2ttr7;  _.  vtjq ,\ >'vvii~..'.~-39'94'4i.  Special rote $3,00 per month for  2-line listings in this classification.  Cosh with order only.  Extra   Lines,   $1.50   Por   Month.  PENINSULA    Times:    Phone  Sechelt    885-2635    or    885-  9654. Gibsons office: 886-2121.  FOUND  HALFMOON  BAY ��� Tabby  kitten^   flea   collar. , Phone,  885-9448, 4049-10  BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY  ILLNESS FORCES SALE  THRIVING HOBBY'SHOP  Steady and growing cilentol.;  All stock, 2 year lease 'with  option, Plus, $1800 revenue  from sublet. $7000 edsh, terms  on balance of $3000 at 8 per  cent. Enquiries write Box 737,  Sechelt, B.C.,  1 '���   ,,     ��� 0801-tfn  USE TIMES ADBRIEFS  yon QUICK RESULTS  FOR RENT  PENDER HARBOUR REALTY LTD.  (ON HIGHWAY 10) AT FRANCIS PENINSULA ROAD) <  REAL ESTATE & INSURANCE  PEARSON  ISLAND V- 24 acres, close  to Ponder  ,    Harbour, Good Investment at ,$ 125,000,      '  ' ��� ���.   .    . -.-    ,      ��� \a  SMALL ACREAGE ���. with 3 bedroom homo. Creek  through properly, Houso needs fixing, F,P, $20,000,  REVENUE 3 solf-contained units,,Very close to  sandy beach. Asking $36,000 full price,  MODEST HOME ��� Near 2 bedroom bungalow on  level vlow lot, Southern exposure, Only $21,000 F,P,  CEDAR HOME -��� On lovely vlow property. Leasehold  _.,,land..3bedrooms, fu|ly..lurnl5hedr���pn(y,$2ol500,  WATERFRONT ACREAGE ��� Approx, 9tt acre, with \  350' waterfront and summer cottage, on Francis Pen- ^  Insula, $60,000 with flood forms.  John Brcen  883-9978,,  PHONE 883-2794  WE NEED LISTINGS-  Archie Brayton  883-9926  ,JocK Herman  883-2745  REAL ESTATE (Con't)  , . Knitting Wool and  Accessories  ���  YARN BARN  In Sechelt  Property and Business or can  be sold separately  , GORDON J. TOD '.  Black,  Gavin and Co,   Ltd.  533 W. Pender St., Vancouver  681-3281 or 733-5349  8785-10  PRIVATE���Lot for sale, Chaster Road. All services. Zon-,  ed   for   mobile   home.   $6600;  PhoUe 886-9984.  ' 3921-tfn  8.6 ACRES at Roberts Creek.  -Stream   and   view.   Private.  926-1024. 3922-tfn  PENDER HARBOUR  Retirement income with this  6 yr. old lakeside motel with  w 400' waterfront and 6 rentals  plus owners quarters. Camper  spaces and lots of room lor  expansion on 21 acres; within  walking distance to salt water.  Asking $99,000.    .  Over 800' waterfront on 5%  acres of level land. 300' or  more of floats in safest harbour in area. 5 yr. old 3 bedroom, full basement home plus  2' summer cabins. Numerous  trailer and camper pads. Asking only $160,000 fo this bargain.  JACK NOBLE   -  Rochester Realty Ltd.  883-2701   or  936-7292   8803-10  LAND    available   in   Sechelt  village.   Will  build  to  suit.  Contact Mission  Point  Developments Ltd. Box 547, Sechelt  . or phone 885-9951.       3913-tfn  APPROX.    3    acres,    vicinity  North Roadi Gibsons. $9000.  Phone 886-7792. 4036-12  MEMSER OF  MULTIPLE LISTING  SERVICE  SOX 769, SECHELT, B.C.  ESTATES LTD.  REAL  ESTATE ���-  PHONE 885-2241  SECHELT AND AREA  PEERLESS   Tree    Services-  Guaranteed   insured   work.  Phone:885-2109. 1887-tfn  LADY   will  babysit   1   or   2  children  3>_  -  5 yr's. Roberts   Creek  area.   Phone 886-  9584. 3971-10  GENERAL   Handyman.    Carpentry,  painting and    light  hauling. Ph. 886-9516. 228^fn  LIGHT    hauling     delivjfe^  house and garden cleafi)  gardening,   furniture i_tfM��"6i  etc.    Free   cstimateaSfl^Pnone  886-9503. _<^T3274i-tfn  FISHING roTlptipairs. Custom  work.    Reasonable.    Phone  885-9570. .      3940-12  DIGGING sewer,   lines, gar-  den, etc. Tree, service, wood  cutting,    cat   work,    Insured,  , 886-9597, 3629-tfn  FOR all your carpentry needs,  cajl A. Sheppard Contract-,  ing at 886-7005, ���   ���     3414-tfn  INTELLIGENT 20 year old  girl seeks employment. Ityp-,  ing. bookkeeping.    Apt.    for  figures, Ph.' 885-2083. , 4078r10  DAVIS BAY  SUNSHINE U-DRIVE  Growing truck rental business. Shows gross of over $40,000  per year. 150'xl5Q' central highway location. Portable  office. '-9 units all insured'arid licenced:;'5 year-lease with a  further 6 year option. Outlet in Gibsonsori'cornmission. Fuji  \ Price $49,900. Call Jack or Stan-Anderson.       DAVIS BAY WATERFRONT  108' of, flat level beach. Excellent access. Close ,to all facilities.  House has 12 bedrooms, fireplace and wall-to-wall carpet. Large  concrete patio, 20 feet from the water. Good garage also on  property. Lots of shade trees. Full price $49,500. Coll Jack or  Stan Anderson.   "   '  This lovely home in Village of Sechelt ready for your inspection.  Choose your own colors and carpets, Only $34,500. For further  information call LEN Or,SUZANNE VAN  EGMOND.'  REVENUE  Up and down duplex on view lot.   $275 per month, for both  suites. Only one block to beach, Fireplace in main floor suite,  sundeck, F.P.  $38,000, Call Jack or Stan Anderson.  5 ACRES - WEST SECHELT  Near Mason & Nor-West Bay Road. Some timber, gardon soil.  Full price $21,500. Call Jack or Stan Anderson.  NEW  SELAM PARK  2. BEDROOM VIEW HOME  WEST SECHELT LOT  Lorgt treed lot���86' frontage, Private driveway, treed, seasonal  stream, $9,500 full price. Call JackorSton Anderson,  Quick possession. View of Gu|f and Trail Islands. Double fireplace.  With full basement and carport. F,P.. $36,900. Call Jack or Stan'  Anderson.  DERBY ROAD  Trailer lot 56'x 158'. Serviced and treed with some view, Co|l  Jack or Stan Anderson.  .'���,   ���   .'\ WEST SECHELT  % acre lot, Small year-round creek, R-2 zoning. Trailers permitted. Lots of trees, Power and water., F,P. $10,500. Call Jack or'  Star! Anderson, ,  COZY WATERFRONT COTTAGE - SELMA PARK  Ultra modern Interior. Kitchen has fridge, electric range, fluorescent lighting, livipg room has built-in lounging chairs that double1  as beds. Fireplace burns real wood, Wall-to-wall shag carpeting in  living and bedrooms, Anchor your boot behlrld breakwater In  front of property, $15,000 Includes most of the furnishings, Call  '   ','��� ���������    Dave-Roberts,   ���;������,.,  NEW SUBDIVISION - WILSON CREEK ,  A  selection of  residential  sites  In Wilson  Creek,  priced  from'  $6,750 to $11,000. Fully serviced, with good, view: Payed roads.  Call Jack or Stan Anderson. ,  RUBY Lake Motel ��� cabins  ' available at winter rates,  $110 per month, 883-2269.  ������ ���' 33604fn  ,v    large Cot  Nicely treed, Approximately 1% miles to Sechelt, Trailers permit-  '    ted, Only $8,900, Call Suzanne Van Egmond.  TUWANEK  GIBSONS AREA  SEMI-WATERFRONT  Year-round'stream, Sea vlow unique,  Hexagon homo orj extra  largo creek-front property., Your own private park, Electric heat.  Center fireplace, Approximately ),000. sq, ft, Full price $38,900,  Call Jack or Stan Anderson,  GIBSONS AREA  5 acres, King ,Road,  180'x 1220'. Road at side, Heavily treed,  Full price $21,500. Colt Jack or Stan Anderson,  PENPER HARBOUR  GOWER POINT  .GOWER POINT ESPLANADE       '  Excellent ^ acrq watorfront building slto,   100x220' Qt Gowor  Point, Power ond wotei* at lot. Easy access tp good beach, Vlow  across Georgia Strait, Don't bo tho one to "Just miss" rbls'pno,  Reasonably priced at $22,000, CqII Davo Roberts for appointment  lo Inspect, ' . ,   ,  "���"'" "": ��� ^p��6qpps";r1^^^         AREA"  800' WATERFRONT ACREAGE" "  Southern exposure," Protected deep water moorago for fishing and  boating.   Beautiful   park-llko   upland   and   pebble   beach   for  swimming. Excellent for group Investment or subdivision,  F, P, $ 125,000, Call Lon or Suianno Van Egmond,  VIEW LOT - PORPOISE PAY '  Outstanding vlow of Inlet, Cleared and ready for building, Close  to ���Secholt. Only $10,500, Coll Lon, or Suzanne, Van Egmond,  "~TREED LOT  *lrrogular.<shaped,laroClot'wIlhLCrcoK, .Fully serviced, Full, prjee  $5,250, Call Stan or Jack Anderson,  REDROOFFS ESTATES  Largo  trood  recreational  proporllos,  Approximately  half acre,  Payed roads, High elevated area,  Zoned R2, Trailers allowed,  Priced from $5,950, Bank terms, Call Jack or Stan Anderson,  TREES - VIEW ��� OEACH  Waterfront property, Redrooffs Road. Approx,  I  aero, Full price  ,    $16,700 cash, Call Dave Roberts,,    WATERFRONT LOT . I ACRE  Closo to Secholt, Southern exposure, Groat vlow of Merry Island  and Strait of Georgia, Only $10,5,0.0, Call Lcn or Suzanne Van  Egmond,  Over Ya aero ���. Redrooffs Road ��� Treed with approx,  120 ft,  frontago by 200 ft, deep, Paved road, secluded aroa, F,P, $6,550,  Call Jack or Stan Anderson,  A-FRAME  A recreation coitoao of unique deslon In a quiet area, Approx,  800> sq, ft, on 80' by 270' lot, treed ond private, Two bathrooms  and sundeck, A modified A-frome, F,P, $25,250, Call Jack or  Stan Anderson,        i  '  DAVIS BAY  Cholco of carpets and Interior coiors, <f fine now homes  to choose from;  , SHERIDAN  3 bedroom plus utility, larao carport, fireplace, oxtra largo  kitchen, Over   1200 sq,  ft,  home on  Hockett Street In   .-.-.        ..Secholt.  SHANNON  3 bedroom ond full basement,' 1240 sq, f|, homo on lovely  view lot In Davis Bay, 2 fireplaces and onsulto plumbing,  SIERRA  3 bedroom and full basement, Over 1200 sq, ft, home on  lartje view lot In Davis Bay, Fireplace and ensulre plumblnp.  KILDARE  On groat vlow lot, 2 bedroom and full basement ������ extra  bedroom In* basement,-Oyer i;100-sq,-ft, each ^foorr-  Fireplace ond carport,  TOR   INFORMATION  CALL   LEN   OR   SUZANNE   VAN  EGMOND  __: : ?uL ,   Drive'Roberts  Eves, Phone 885-9785  Lon or Suzanne Van Egmond Jack or Stan Anderson        fv!'  Eves, Phone 085-9683      Eves, phone 085-2053 Or 885-2385/.*  I'I1  VANCOUVER DIRECT LINE MU-5-5544 i  SEE US AT OUR OFFICE ACROSS FROM THE SECHELT BUS DEPOT  _,.     7 GARDE&JAY  1,542 sq. ft. 3 BR home .with den, oirfurnaceV'-partial basement,  carport, landscaped lot. Lot could possibly be divided in two when  road and water comes through at the back.  Close to marinas,  stores and post office. $43,000.  ROALCOGOR RANCH AT PENDER HARBOUR  Approx. 26-ocre ranch on Garden Bay Road with approx. 15 acres  fenced and seeded. Near new 31 x55' barn, shed, rodeo pens, viewing stand and concession stand. Older 2 BR house, fruit trees, two  year-round streams through property. $75,000.  EGMONT  1. Very large 4 BR home, approx. 244' waterfront on three separate lots. Float. Excellent for a group purchase.  $105',000.  3. Approx. 1 % acre view property with 111' frontage on Egmont  Road and 637' frontage on Maple Road. Has older 2 BR home,,  rented for $75-per month,  small  cabin  (12x24)  rented for  $20 per month. Lot could possibly be subdivided into several  lots. $47,500.     ,'  4. Lot 17���view lot with cottage, $13,000.  7 ISLES MOBILE HOME PARK  Located on approx. 3 acres close to Madeira Park on Hwy.  101  and overlooking Malaspina Straits. Has  11   trailer spaces ready  and plenty of room for expansion.  Monthly rental  $60.00 per  space. $60,000  VIEW LOTS ��� GARDEN BAY ESTATES  In a beautiful setting, serviced with paved road, water and hydra.  Public access to waterfront.  Close to stores, marinas and post  office. $6,000 to $10,500.  RAE'S MARINA  2.21 acres in Madeira Park with 180' woterfront --good gravel  beach, boat launching ramp, floats, boat shop 24'x50' with all  necessary heavy shop equipment, marine ways <35 ton capacity  with 2 carriages), foreshore lease. 4 BR home with partial basement, 1% bathrooms, oil furnace, good view. $105,000.  GUNBOAT BAY  675'   very   choice  waterfront.   Approx.    15   acres   of   privacy,  beoutifully treed. Southern exposure. Water access only. $77,000.  VIEW HOME - BARGAIN HARBOUR  Well built, beautifully finished 2 BR home on two levels. Lots  of extras ��� 2 fireplaces, I % 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 PanaboUe cottage which rents for $75 per month.  /        _$62,000.  MADEIRA PARK STORE  Busy general store and adjoining 1 Vz bedroom owner's home in  centre of shopping area ot Madeira Park.-Approx. 100' frontage  on Madeira Road and approx. 100' frontage on Hwy.  101, containing 1.09 acres. $50,000 plus stock.  <Kif.  SINCLAIR BAY ROAD ..  Lot No. 4 - Large treed view lot. $7,000.  .   EGMONT MARINA - FISHING RESORT  Approx, 4:5 acres, approx. 660' waterfront, 11 motel units,  owner's 3 BR home, lodge with 8 sleeping rooms, restaurant and  store (leased out), Standard Marine station, bait sales, floats,  launching ramp, : 8 rental boats, camper space and, room for  expansion. $250,000.  <���    ACREAGE-  1. Near Madeira Park - opprox. Vh acres on Hwy. 101, $25,000.  2..KLEINDALE - approx. 8 acres with creek, 535' frontage on  Highway 101, $25,000.  3/ KLEINDALE  - approx.   20  acres  of  nicely  treed   property,  $35,000, ���     ���  4. FRANCIS PENINSULA - approx. 37 acres, partially developed  with approx. 3,900' of primary roads constructed. Possible 86 .  lot subdivision, $150,000.  5. MIDDLE POINT - approx.' 20 acres of nice view property on  Hwy. 10l\ Treed, with roads and trails throughout. Small cabin  on property. $33,000.  ���        SAKINAW LAKE  165' deep waterfront, 7 acres of treed property, Water access  < ���;���.���,.���-......., ,..   ������      only, $25,000 .;���,...������..;,.,���.., .���,' /;.,������.,  SINCLAIR BAY ROAD  Good family home --"main floor hos one'bedroom, kitchen, llv-  Ina room with acorn fireplace, bathroom; upper floor has 2 bedrooms. Full basement, roughed-ln extra bedroom, oil furnace, Sundeck on two sides, Needs some finishing. $33,000'.  COHO MARINA AT MADEIRA PARK  ,Approx, 800' waterfront, 3,93 acres of park-llko land, 2,BR'  owner's home, 4 HK units, camper and trailer sites, washroom.  Marino ways, concrete boat launching ramp, 8 rental boats and  motors, foreshore lease, Marino repair shop, office, sales of  marlno/and fishing,, supplies, Approx, 650 lineal ft, of floats,  Mercury franchise, Homo Oil and Starcroft Boats doalor, $260,000  ,   , plus stock, >  RUBY LAKE ,LOT... $4,500  Lot No, 28 - seml-watorfront, approx, % acre treed lot With road  access, $4,500,  7 ISLES RESTAURANT,BUSINESS  Equipment ond business, 3 BR suite for oporator, Not oporatlno  ���at present,*but-could. bo��qulckly. readied .for, operation.-Asklna,.  $18,500, Open to offers, i  CLAY'S MADEIRA MARINA  Approx, 3 acres. 250' choice waterfront In Madeira Park, 30'xBO'  concroto shop building with repair facilities, display and soles  room, office, stockroom, Owner's 2 BR homo, 7 motel units,  facilities for camper and trailer units, 5 rental boats and motors,  launching ramp, floats, foroshoro lease. Largo up-to-date stock  of boats, motors, parts, marine hardwqre, Evinrude sales and service, $250,000 plus cash for stock��  MADEIRA PARK LOTS  VIEW LOTS -, serviced with water and hydro, $7,500 to $9,800,  COMMERCIAL LOTS . In Madolra Park, $) 6,000 and $20,000,  EARL COVE  Commercial site at Earl Cove Ferry Terminal, Approx.  10,000  isq, ft, .' silo of former Earl Coyo Rostaurant, $37,000,  CALL OLLI OR JEAN SLADGY  REALTY LTD,  Madeira Park, B.C,  Phono Pendor Harbour 683-2233 t-'JU  REAL ESTATE (Con't)  AUTOPLAN \  Obtain ��� your Vehicle  Licence  ' and Insurance Quickly  Phone MARY or JO-ANNE  at 885-2235  Sechelt  Agencies -Ltd.  8797-tfn  WEST Sechelt: Large view  lot overlooking Trail Islands. This 100'xl50' lot is  cleared with some trees. Fully  serviced and quiet cul-de-sac.  $14,500. Phone 885-9453.  4019-11  ROBERTS GREEK'.  Waterside of Lower Road, between Joe and Bayview Rds.  Lots serviced with water and  paved roads. Easy beach acc-  ' ess. Ideal summer cottage or  residential site. Sign on.  CALL OWNER 886-7316  or write Box 9503, c-o Peninsula Times, Box 310, Sechelt.  9523-7  SELMA  PARK���Lot  100x135'  cleared, view on Trail Bay.  $8000. Ph.  885-2709.      4048-12  YOUR AUTOPLAN  CENTRE  K. BUTLER REALTY LTD.  All Types of Insurance  Gibsons, B.C.  Phone 886-2000 or 886-9121  SELMA    PARK:    Waterfront  lot - with large commercial  . building of 1800' floor area,  Iplus   900'   living  area   under.  Off street parking. A real buy  at $53,000.  GIBSONS: Lge. lot in prestige  area. Fronts and backs on  black top streets. View. Easy  terms on $7900.  Compact 4 room bsmt. cottage, well situated on comprehensive zoned corner lot.  Close to beach and the view  is lovely, $7,500 down on full  price of $24,500.  LANGDALE: approx. .% ac.  has beautiful panoramic view.  $16,000. A buy at this price.  HAVE  CLIENTS  NEED LISTINGS  MEMBER  MULTIPLE LISTING  SERVICE  Norm Peterson 886-2607  Freda DuMont 886-7105  8804-10  WEST Sechelt. Large view  lot, overlooking Trail Islands. This 100'xl50' lot is  cleared with some trees. Fully  serviced on quiet cul-de-sac.  $14,500. Phone 885-9453.  4040-11  NEW 3 bedroom house. Phone  886-2417. 2551-tfn  LEVEL   treed   lot,   103'x401��.  On   all   services.   Driveway  in. $13,500, terms. Phone (112)  826-9208. 4038-tfn  MOBILE HOMES  MORTGAGES  RENTING?  '   WHY?  When your rent payments will  buy you a mobile home of  your choice. No down payments needed.  O.A.C.  EXAMPLES:  New 12'x64' 3 bedroom $8650.  New 24'x36* 2 bedroom $10,900  Local 885-2246 or Collect  434-8771.  REGAL MOBILE    ,  HOMES LTD.  Motor Dealer Lie. No. 2240  8780-tfn  AYERS   Mobile   Home Park.  We have two trailer spaces  .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 bedroon} models, double widesj' featuring: shag and  1 hard  twist  carpeting,   deluxe'  colored     appliances, ' custom  made    furniture,    Open    for  viewing anytime,  '"  9490-tfn  1974 C0'xl2' MUNDAY Leader  2   bedroom,   reverse   jalo.  fully furnished,, delivered and  sot up, 5 per cent tax included,  ��� Absolutory, no-hlddon   cootu.*  $10,9I>0.  Copplng'n Car Town  Sales Ltd. 800-2205. D,L, 4201.  1, , ', 4000-10  USE TIMES ADBRIEFS  TO BELL/BENT, SWAP, BUY  1st AND 2nd MORTGAGES  Residential  -   Commercial  , Recreational  All types of real estate financing including builders, loans.  Fast-appraisal service.  ACADIAN MORTGAGE,  CORP. LTD.  2438  Marine  Driye',  West  Vancouver,  B.C.  Phone 926-3256  8227-tfn  CAMPERS & TRAILERS    ,  NEAR'new camper. $9,00. Lo-  ^ cated at Coastal Tires. 886-  ^838. \'   . 3420-10  AUTOS, TRUCKS, Eta.  LET us finance your next vehicle!   Arrange your financing  first   and   save,   at   the  Royal Bank, Sechelt, 885-2201.  3855-tfn  '65" CHEV Ms ton. Phone (112)  883-2242. 4024-tfn  FOR    SALE:    "SI    Mercedes  Benz, 190 dieseL 886-7074.  3767-11  TWO   '69   FORDS.   Ex-taxis.  Good transportation. Offers.'  885-2251. 3970-tfn  1968 G.M.C. 34-ton panel  6 cylinder, 4 speed, ho spin  rear end, new rubber, mechanically sound.   $1,600.  1968 G.M.C. %-ton 4x4  Pick up, radio, new rubber,  V8 motor, 4 barrel $2,000  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  '68 CHEV for sale, 250 engine.  Auto, trans.  886-7027.           3764-11  '62 FORD pick-up, 6 cyl. good  motor, near new tires, canopy, winch. Needs some body  work, $400 - $275 without  winch. Ph. 885-9337.     4080-10  AUTOPLAN  Obtain  your Vehicle  Licence  and   Insurance   Quickly  Phone MARY.or JO-ANNE  at 885-2235  Sechelt  Agencies  Ltd.  8799-tfn  '54    FARGOv   pick-up,    $150.  Running condition. Ph. 885-  2300. 4081-10  4'x4*   BRITISH   Land   Rover.  Phone Ken 886-7859 or 886-  -2472. 4083-10  FOR SJALE���1968 Chev 250  '' engine and automatic transmission.  Ph. 886-7027. 3775-11  1963 MERC Econo Van, A-l  running cond., brakes, lights,  tires, suspension good. Best  cash offer this week. 1972 Suzuki 400 Enduro, 500 miles,  new $1395. Must sell - $900 or  nearest cash offer. Phone 886-  9168.       3777-10  1948 FORD pick-up, $350. Ph.  886-7334. 3779-10  1963 CHEVY II, 6 auto., radio,  $265.  Ph.  886-2334.    3780-10  1963 DODGE  station  wagon,  V-8, auto., radio, immaculately kept, $250. Ph.  886-7858.  3781-10  1972  MACH   Ji   351   Gte'vlfo  motor,   excellent   condition,  $4000. Phone 883-2673. 4047-10  1964 PONTIAC Parislonne. 2  dr. H.T. Super Sport, bucket  seats,   Consul. Immaculate condition, $550. Ph. 883,2502.  4076-10  HONDA 100, Motorcycle,  900  mi.,  as  new.  Cost  $700   -  asking  $450.   Phone   885-2522  or   885-2510. 4089-12  '64   PONTIAC.  Motor in  excellent condition. Auto, New  winter   tires   plus   2   spares.  $400., Ph.  885-0088.       4044-10  ���05   INTERNATIONAL  truck.  Excellent engine, $550.  Ph,  Peninsula Times, Wednesday, Jon. 30/ 1974���Page A-5  BOATS & ENGINES (Cont.i    FOR SALE (Continued)  ���LOOK AT THESE  -   BARGAINS IN USED  OUTBOARDS  65 hp Evinrude demo ._. $1259  40 hp Johnson elec  $475 (  20 hp Mercury   $295'  18 hp Evinrude   $195  18 hp Johnson   $164.50  9.5 hp Evinrude demo  $479  9.5  hp  Evinrude    $169  6 hp Evinrude ....:  $125  4 hp Evinrude '  $115  3 hp Evinrude folding .... $95  3 hp Johnson  1  $75  AAADEIRA. AAARINA  Pender Harbour           883-2266   8802-10  33 HP MANUAL, start, John-  son  with  controls.  $225   or  trade   for   smaller   OB.   883-  2255 eves. 4010-11  21'    FIBREFORM    with    165  Mercruiser motor. Immaculate condition. Excellent' price  for quick sale. Phone 885-2418.  4042-12  WANTED TO BUY  LIGHT   weight   boat   trailer.  Suitable for 12' boat. Good  condition. Phone 885-9074.   4034-10  BICYCLE in   good  condition.  Suitable  for  a  6  year  old  girl. Call 885-9316.        4033-10  FOR SALE  PROPANE   Generator   power  plant. $600 cash. Write Box  47, Garden Bay, B.C.     4017-11  CEDAR fence posts, any size.  Will  also   install.   Ph.   885-  9342  or 885-2107. 3993-11  STUDIO    Knitting ' Machine,  886-7074. 3998-11  SCUBA COMPRESSOR  Model   223   Ingersol   Rany. 4  cfm, max. 3,000 psi, complete.  Can be seen running. $2100 or  best offer.  GORDY, 883-2444  \   y 8778-9  OIL furnace, excellent condition. $200. Phone 885-9388.   3963-tfn  SKI-DOO, 294 TNT, 1973, $950.  Phone 885-2597. 3981-10  FIREPLACE   wood   for   sale.  Alder  and  fir.   Phone  885-  9311 -or 883-2417. 3233-tfn  G.E. fridge, 13 cu. ft. copper-  tone,   good   condition,   $100.  Phone 885-2300. 4082-10  ELECTROLUX vacuum clea-  ners and shampooers, new  and used���sales and jservice.  Free home demonstrations. Ph.  886-9864.,     ..... ,    ,.-���   3774-tfin  19" PORTABLE Westinghouse  T.V., B/W, $100. Brentwood power lawn mower, .like  new, $35. 16' boat trailer and  40 H.P. O/B $350. O-N-O. Ph.  885-2853.        , 4079-10  AUCTION Sat., Feb. 2. Door  open 11 a.m. Auction starts  at noon. Household goods and  appliances, doors, windows  and bricks. Bargain Centre,  Sechelt. 4087-10  42 GAL.1 galv. boat fuel' tank,  $40.   Also -352   engine   and  aulo.' trans. $200: Good condition.  883-2255. 4011-11  50 BEAMS 3' long, 6'x6". Use  for blacking etc., $2.50 each.  Phone 885-9349. 4084-10  . AUTOPLAN  Obtain  your Vehicle  Licence  and Insurance Quickly  Phone MARY or JO-ANNE  at 885-2235  Sechelt  Agencies Ltd.   8796-tfn  100 LB. propane 'tank $25;  Craftsman 10" H:D. radial  arm saw 110 'or 220, attachments, blades, H.B. Shop Vac,  near new, cost over $650, sell  $450. , Almost new H.D. Skill  saw $60; H.D. %" drill $75;  small wooden desk $40; 2 B  . tanks gauge, hose , and tip  $100; 1 M.C. tank, guage, hose  and tip $65; propane wall/furnace with blower $90; Oil  floor furnace $60; both good  condition. Roll away bed with  good mattress $30; single bed  $20; 12'xl5' gold carpet $150;  like new; H.D. wheel barrow ���  $35; Small kitchen table and  3 chairs $22; 3 old chests of  drawers, best offer. 6 rolls felt  roofing paper $3 roll; 6 gals,  plastic caulking cement $2.25  gaL Phone 885-2686.     4086-10  WOOD ��� not delivered, $25  Cord.  Phone  886-7128.  - 3782-12  BUY a "Thermo Grate", save  some of that wasted heat  going up your fireplace chimney. Have it in your living  room, Phone ,886-2737. Box  291 Gibsons. Dealers welcome.   4077-10  CLEARANCE of jeans,  ass't.  - style   and    colors,  . limited  supply - $2.99 to $5.95. Magic  Mushroom,   885-2522.    4090-10  LOVE seat tangerine color,  like-new-    condition,     $100.  Ph. 885-2610. 4053-10  KENMORE    dryer,    used    3  weeks. $170. Phone 885-2953.  4041-10  Mo Cents  g��_ Waiting  ��� ��� ���  f he Times  Classified  Jflake You.  Money 9  ^Jke ^Jimed  Phone  885-9654  CHARLES ENGLISH LTD.  REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE  NOTARY PUBLIC AND APPRAISALS  Gibsons, B.C, 886-2481  PHONE TOLL FREE: 687-6445  CHASTER ROAD  5 acres, flat, semi-cleared,, good  soil $22,000.'  885-9710.  4045-10  rcO PONTIAC nuto. 0 cyl. ReA  liable   transportation.   Best  offer.  Ph.   885-2325.      4037-12  '09 RIVIERA, gold With vinyl  top, completely loaded, Low  mileage, beautiful cond. $3200.  Phono (112)083-9020.  , 4030-10  BOATS & ENGINES  WANTED to buy: B licence  fishing boat. Write Box 132.  Madeira Park.   , 3077-10  TAKE OYER PAYMENTS  Mortgage Co. would like reliable party (adults pre-  forred) to simply assume low monthly payment on  Immaculate 12x68 deluxe 3 bedroom mobile homo,  built by Modullne Industries of Pentlcton, B.C, This  unit has every possible option Including deluxe Spanish decor and furnishings, doluxo 14 cu. ft, double  door fridge, deluxe Westlnghousa washer and dryer,  RCA color T���V., gun typo H.D, furnaco, house typo  doors, double Insulation, ovorslw electric hot water  tankretc. Must bo seen to bq approclated;llyed In  just two months: was foreclosed due to, marrlogo,  difficulties.  Interested Parties Please Call 438-2421  Out of.Town,call Collect..9-9.dally.    .  GOSWIOPOLITAN HOIS LTD.  5912 Klngsway -j- South Burnaby, B.C.  Dealer Licence No. 121  fymmmfw+muim i.n'upnj I ���'������� !����� ii  COMMERCIAL BUILDING -Hwy; 101 close to shopping centre, 1,300 sq. ft. of finished store, 1;200 sq.  ft; unfinished shop qrea complete with one-bedroom,  suite with basement on lot 185x140. This can be one  or two stores as desired, in a growing location. Full  '���,'���,'!��� ;���������.���'*'��� ���,-'; price $68,000.  ���" ''.*���'"' '"/';'  NORTH ROAD - Five acres, site cleared for. building,  cased well, $22,000.    .i  ,  PRATT ROAD-21^ cleared acres with enlarged mobile  home, 3 bedrooms, large covered sundeck, Built to  look like a frame home. $36,900.  "GRANTHAM'Sl-ANDINGTl^  home with unparalel led view from largo picture window and front balcony, This homo has to bo seen to  bo appreciated. $22,500,  GOWER POINT - Ono of this area's finest posit and  be'pm home, 4 bedrooms with ensulto plumbing, at-  itractlyely decorated, large llylngroom, wall-to-wall ,  carpet, has feature brick fireplace with built-in fuel  box, Futuristic kitchen has brick background, opening onto dining area that has glass doors to sundeck.  Family room has separate bar-room, ultllty room completes this 1,900 sq ft, of luxurious living. Property Is  150x175 and has a panoramic view of.Georgla Straits,  Make an appointment to see this houso now.  WATCH THE FERRIES COME IN' - from tho living  - -���^ Inl'lils'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  1 on F.P. of $37,000.  LISTINGS     WANTED  K, A. Crosby 806-2090  Mlk�� Blaney 886-7436  J. Vliser 806-2531  Don Sutherland 885-9362  ASK FOR FREE CATALOGUE OF REAL ESTATE  (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  Mary  Obtain your Licence  and Insurance Quickly  SPLENDID VIEW #19-2-517  Extra large view lots. Now 3 to,choose from on this spectacular  View site. The sites range approx. 80'xl50'. Water and power  are ready for application. These lots are intended for special  regulations to enhance values for the future. We urge you to  acquaint yourself with these, before you purchase. Present lot  prices at $12,000. BOB 885-9461 evenings.  EXCELLENT CHANCE - ACREAGE     ��� #20B-3-034  Only $17,000 full price for over 3 acres with at least 350 feet  fronting on popular Sandy Hook Rood. Real good for trailer with  fine evidence of domestic water availability. REMEMBER! NOT  IN THE AGRICULTURAL FREEZE! Zoned for the small vacation  cottage. Present your offer on terms to BOB KENT 885-9461,  BUT CASH   IS PREFERRED.  LOWER ROBERTS CREEK ROAD - NEW HOMES #3-083  Ladies - sheer delight - 2 brand new 2-bedroom homes, separate  lots, large living room with good wall-to-wall carpeting, large  bathroom, 4-piece colored plumbing, washer hook-up. All electric.  Kitchens are dreamy, ample cupboards. Cedar siding, sundecks.  All this, with lot, for $28,750. Eligible for Government 2nd mortgage of $5,000 or $1,000 grant. PETER SMITH 885-9463 eves.  DAVIS BAY - TREED VIEW LOTS #3-031-32-33  These 3 lots offer panoramic water view, plus many good trees.  Hydro, wafer, etc. Build and clear to suit YOU, retain natural  beauty.  New home area. Asking $14,000 each.  PETER SMITH  885-9463 eves.  CLEARED LOT - READY FOR MOBILE HOME    .        #5-3-082  First $6,600 takes this level lot, zoned R-2.- Hydro and regional  ���water available. Size 80' RFxl04', location Chaster Road. JACK  WHITE 886-2935 evenings.  GRANTHAM'S WATERFRONT #2-997  Two waterfront cottages with good beach and wonderful view,  on lease lot, good summer moorage and warm swimming. Convenient for boat owners coming from Fisherman's Cove. JACK  WARN 886-2681 evenings.  FOUR-BEDROOM VIEW HOME ,, , #3-029  4 bedroom' view home with 2 carports and paved drive. All services underground. 3 sets of plumbing, two fireplaces, auto oil with  humidifiers and air cleaner. Qualifies VLA with' half acre lot.  Stove, garburator, fridge, washer and drapes with home, 20'x20'x  6'x30' sundecks. JACK WARN 886-2681 evenings.  FRANCIS-PENINSULA ROAD - MADEIRA; PARK ; #3-067  This well-built 2 bedroom home on Francis Peninsula Road on a  large level park-like lot (125'xl42') with garage and separate  small workshop. One (1) block from Government Wharf, down payment $5,000 to full price $32,000, BALANCE at 7% amortized  over 15 years. PAT MURPHY 885-9487 evenings.  WATERFRONT - EUREKA - REDROOFFS #3-056  This 2-bedroom retirement home or a starter home for newlyweds  can be a very good investment for the future, Beautiful view, nice  level and landscaped (ot, beautifully treed, access to beach,by  stair well, approx. 90 feet down. Well and septic system being put  in now, try your offers close to full price of $35,000. PAT MUR-"  ,, PHY 885-9487 evenings.  <> ty j        ; :\,i.., ������������;.  ROBERTS CREEK       ' T  #3-073v  FARMERS, keep your horse, cow and chickens on this 5 acre farm  property with 4 bedroom home. Most of the ground under cultivation with woll-estflblished fruit trees and berries. Plenty of water  for garden. Don Hadden 885-9504 evenings.  CLEARED LOTS WITH VIEW - DAVIS BAY . . #3-058-9  Both have panoramic view of Gulf, with hydro, water and cable-  vision by. Large lot is 142'x135' for. $21,000. Regular lot 87.9'  by 109.8' for $10,500. Both are excellent building sites. Peter  Smith 885-9463 or Don Hadden 885-9504 evenings?  WAKEFIELD ROAD #21-3-996  2.6 acres In choice residential area of West Sechelt. Create your  own dream home 'oh this estate-size property, sheltered and bordered by a delightful stream. Serviced by hydro, phone and city  water on road. Full price $21,000. DON HADDEN 885-9504 eyes.  CHERYL - ANN PARK - ROBERTS CREEK #3-064  Level, cleared lot In quiet area. Serviced with hydro and water.  Close to public beach access. Zoned for permanent mobile home  location. New homes In this area make this lot very appealing.'  Ready to build on. Full price $7,500. LEE R. BROWN 885-2437  '������,���' evenings,  4.25 ACRES - GIBSONS #3^040  Select acreage, at the going rate, Serviced with hydro, Buildings in  area Indicates probable water source. Level, wll treed. Looks like  good soil, too. Full price $22,500. Compare prices of other acreage. LEE R. BROWN 885-2437 evenings.     ,  ROBERTS CREEK ACREAGE  ' ,    U v   #'15-3-076  Five acres (518'x420') level wooded land on side road near Beach  Road. Zoned R-2, not zoned, agricultural. $27,500 full prico on  terms. JACK WHITE 886-2935. -  VJLA. LOT - *3-045  ROBERTS CREEK  partially treed lot with over .4-aero  area. Serviced. Road access on both  ends, Possibly make this Into two lots.  Full price $11,000, LEE R. BROWN,  885-2437 evenings.  SELMA PARK WATER VIEW LOT #3-019  Largo lot, 90 foot frontage to west,, 178 feet, deep, 2 level lot  offers exceptional view. Water and hydro to property line. Your  offer to asking price of $11,000 considered. PETl^R SMITH 885-  9463 evenings.  REDROOFFS WATERFRONT #3-020  LOG HOME  100 foot on tho bodch, property treed  ond steep hillside. Delightful one bedroom log homo above beach, electric  furnaco, sfono fireplace. Young folks  dream. Asking $37,650, .financing  considered, PETER SMITH 865-9463  evenings. ,  ���DOLPHIN,STREEI,,  #19-3-057  SECHELT -Brand now. Just being  completed, moyo In any day now, Two  storey homo, main floor features big  living room, two bedrooms, modem  bathroom, double plumbing, bright  kitchen. Room below for rec. room  and another bedroom, bathroom Is Installed. Many "extras" In 'this houso,  like front door Intercom, telephone  jacks In several rooms, cablevision  wiring, etc. Across the front sundock.  $42,000 full price, -bout $17,000  cash would handlo, JACK WHITE  evenings 886-2935.  BUILDINGS 8, PROPERTY ^2-999  GUNBOAT BAY *     \  Before tho summer tourist trade starts  got Into this potentially good properly  and start your business. This 5 acre  property with 150' of .well-protected  waterfront With 230ron main hlflh* -  way 101. Buildings comprise of owner's 3 BR horn* on the waterfront  with 3 cabins all self-contained and  all electrically heated'and ready for  summer trado, Plus 4,,boats and 3  outboard motors, Plus a"v/or.kshpp,and  storage buildings. Coat ramp and  float, at low tide there ore ttlll eight  feet of water at clock. PAT MURPHY  885-9487 evenings,  SECHELT AGENCIES DATE PAD  This freo reminder of coming events is a service of SECHELT AGENCIES  LTD. Phone Peninsula Times direct for free listings, specifying "Date  Pad". Please note that space Is limited ond some advance dates may  have to wait thelrturn; qlso that this Isa "reminder" listing only and  f       i cannot always carry full details.  BtalBBBBBBBBQQBnnnH-BBBBBBB-BtTOB^  EVERY MONDAY���1;45 p,m��� .Community Hall Roberts Creek,  Elphinstone Now Horizons carpet bowling, cards fi< films.  EVERY TUESDAY, 7s30 p,m��� Sechelt Legion Hall, Secholt TOPS Club,  ��� ������������ new members wolcome,  EVERY WEDNESDAY���8:00 p,m��� Bingo, now Legion Building,,Secholt.  EVERY WEDNESDAY���2 p.m.* Senior Swlngor, Old Legion Hall, Sechelt  EVERY THURS,���8iOOp.m.'rBingo, Pender Harbour Community Hallr-"  THURS, aftornoons "TOPS" meeting at Public Health Centre, 1 ;30-3;00  Fob. 1 ���BiOO p,m,, social evening, Harry Olaussen, MP, and other  speakers. Roberts Creek Legion, ,  Fob, 2 ���Q|00 p.m,, Golf Club bridge, visitors welcome,  Feb, 9 ���2 to 4 p,m��� Valontlne Too, United Church Hall, Gibsons,  Bake Sale and Crafts, Admission 50 cents,  Jan, 30���7i30 p,rr��, Madeira Park School, World Cup Soccer Movie.  '   Admission Free,  EVERY FRIDAY��� Gibson's United Church Women's Thrift Shop, 1 -3   p.m. In United Church bascmortt, , \  ASK FOR OUR FREE CATALOGUE OF REAL ESTATE  Multiple Listing Service  Vancouver Real   Eitota  Board  REAL ESTATE  INSURANCES  AGENCIES LTD.  Phono 885-2235 (24-Hours) Box 128, Secholt, D.C.  Vancouver Phono 689-5838  -<1  V.  "1 Page A-t�����-Peninsula times, Wednesday, Jan. 30, 1974  LEGAL NOTICES  LEGAL NOTICES (cent.) LEGAL NOTICES (cont.)        LEGAL NOTICES (eon*.) LEGAL NOTICES (cont.)        LEGAL NOTICES (cont.) LEGAL NOTICES (cent.)        LEGAL NOTICES (cont.)  Order   or   Certified    Cheque  Province^of British Columbia   payable to the Minister of Fin-  Department of Lands, Forests  '   "and Water Resources  Forest  Service  Reforestation   Division    '-  NOTICE  TO CONTRACTORS  Tree Planting Project  No. 92K7-7  Johnson Bay  The British . Columbia - Forest Service intends to let a  planting contract in the Spring  of 1974 for the planting of  136,000 trees on 295 acres,  more or less, situated on T.L.'s  4991, 4992, 5612-, West side of  the entrance to Toba Inlet.  (1)  Eligibility to Bid  Bids will be considered only  from persons qualified as follows:  (a) Planting Experience ���  (i) persons who have .  previously held a Forest Service contract for  . _' planting trees and have  completed the contract;  or  (ii) persons who can  show proof that they  have completed a tree  planting contract with a  private company; or  (i'ii) persons who can  show proof of completion of a tree planting  . contractor's course; or  (iv) persons who h,ave  -been employed as tree  planter's and can produce references as to  their satisfactory performance.  (b) Citizenship  (i) persons who are  Canadian citizens; or  (ii) persons who are  Landed Immigrants; or  (iii) persons who held  an Employment visa, issued by Canada Manpower or Canadian Immigration.  -   (c) Viewing Planting Site  Prior to Bidding.  As   indicated   below   this  may not be required for  bidder's  eligibility  Prior Viewing:  Mandatory [""]       Optional HH  (2) Viewing Planting Site  In order that prospective  bidders may have an opportunity to view the planting  site and acquaint themselves  with conditions on the ground,  ance. In the event the successful bidder fails to remit "the  security deposit and fails to"  execute the contract within  1he time limit' specified in the'  award letter, the Chief Forester may cancel the contract,  and the fifty ($50.00) dollar  bid deposit may be forfeited  to the Crown.  (5) Planting Stock and  Equipment  Planting stock required for  the contract will be supplied  free of charge by the Forest  Service f.o.b. at a place designated by the Forest Service.  The contractor shall provide  and maintain all equipment,  and personnel necessary to  complete the contract in the  time specified, except as specified below.  in the form of a certified che-1  que or money order in ��� the  'sum"'of fifty ��� ($50.00) dollars,  payable to the Minister of Fin- ~  ance. The deposit will be returned' to unsuccessful tenderers.   '  Failure of the successful  tenderer to execute the contract and to submit' the required deposit as specified in  (4jW (Awarding Contract) below, may render the contract  void and the fifty ($50.00) dollars deposit, subject to forfeiture "to the Crown.  (4) Awarding ��� Contract  Thet lowest  or  any  tender  will not necessarily be accepted,   and   the   Forest   Service  , reserves the right to limit the  sued  by   Canada   Manpower or Canadian Im-,  migration.  (c) Viewing Planting Site'  Prior to Bidding.  '       -   ���'  _ As   indicated   below   this  may not be required for/  bidder's   eligibility  Prior Viewing: ��� -,  Mandatory r~j   ��� ��� Optional HH'  (2) Viewing Planting Site    ���  In   order   that   prospective  bidders may  have an 6ppor-P  tunity   to  view  the   planting;  site  and   acquaint  themselves'!  with conditions^ on the ground,  Province _of .British Columbia  Department of Lands, Forests  and Water Resources -  Forest  Service  Reforestation   Division  NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS  Tree Planting Project    ,  No.   92G11-21  Sechelt Creek  , The British Columbia Forest Service intends to let a  planting contract in the Spring  of 1974 for the planting Of  57,000 trees on 113 acres, more  or less, situated on, T.L. 978,  Order or Certified Cheque  payable to the Minister of Finance. In the event the success-  "f���l bidder fails to remit the  security deposit and fails to  execute the contract within  the time limit specified in the  award letter, the Chief Forester may cancel the contract,  and the fifty ($50.00) dollar  bid deposit may be forfeited-  to the Crown.  (5) Planting Stock and  Equipment  Planting stock required for  the contract will be supplied  free of charge by the Forest  Service f.o.b. at a place des-  _*_!!_ftj___!?_ aL__,'__w__i   Sechelt Creek, between Howe    ^*��J��l "SSf ?S32  conduct  interested  parties   to  the area on ...^  leav-;  ing the Ranger Station at  Sound and Sechelt Inlet.  ____.  (1) Eligibility to Bid  number of- contracts held by     ....".  "Transportation, if- Bids will be considered only  any party at any  one time.      provided by  the  Forest  Ser-j from persons qualified as foil-  vice, will be at the prospec-^ ows:  tive bidder's risk  (6) Period of Contract  The contractor shall have  31 days to complete the planting contract, after date of  commencement.  (7) Payments  Payments for completed  work will be made as outlined  on Schedule "A" (clause 6).  Note that there is. a ten (10)  ��� per cent holdback provision  on- all payments.  Particulars may be obtained  after February 1, 1974 from  the following:  Forest Ranger, Lund  or  District Forester, 355 Burrard  Street, Vancouver, B.C.  or  *  Prospective bidders are advised that this contract will  be awarded only on proof that  the successful bidder has arranged with the'" Workmen's  Compensation ' Board" for the  necessary coverage of all employees and/or partners who  will be working on the con- ,  tract Current Workmen's  Compensation Board assessment rate is 8 per cent of the  monthly payroll and there is  a minimum coverage period of  three months.  The successful bidder, upon  notification of the" contract a-  ward by the Chief Forester,  will be required to submit a  security deposit to the -Chief  Forester within five (5) days  of notification, and -at the  same time execute a contract  for the planting in the form  submitted by the Chief Forester. The security deposit will  be in the total amount of five  (5J^j?er cent of the total bid  The contractor shall provide  and maintain all equipment,  and personnel necessary to  complete the contract in the  time specified, except as specified below.  que or money order in the  sum of fifty' ($50.00) dollars,  payable to the Minister of Finance. The deposit will' be returned to unsuccessful tenderers.  Failure ' of the" successful  tenderer t6 execute the contract and to submit the required depqsit as specified in  ' (4) (Awarding' Contract)' below, , may render the contract  void and the fifty ($50.00) dollars deposit subject to forfeiture to the Crown.  (4) Awarding Contract  The lowest or any tender  will not necessarily be accepted, and the Forest- Service  reserves the right to^limit the  number of contracts held by  any party at any one time.  charge (Based on operating  "period) is 1,800 Imperial gall-  -ons. Maximum Daily discharge  ���is 2,500 Imperial gallons. The  operating period during which  the effluent will be discharged is" continuous during operating period May 1st to December 1st each year.  ��� The characteristics of the  effluent discharged shall be  equivalent to or better than  Total Suspended Solids, 235  mg/11; Total Solids; 1400 mg/1;  BOD5, 330 mg/ll; pH, 6.5-8.5;  Temperature Range, 40 - 70��  F; Coliform Bacteria, 30xl08  mpn/100 ml. .  The type of treatment to be  applied to the effluent before  discharge is as follows: Twenty-four hour capacity septic  tank   and   submerged   outfall  '.^'SJTi.'rSV*  Prospective bidders are ad-    in accordance   with   Pollution  Forester    i/��c    Reforestation  Division, B.C. Forest  Serine, __������ ._  �����  _���v   Parliament   Buildings,   Vietor-^>^r^i_,Ke��'fc_iJ-c\eposit ($50.00)  ia, British   Columbia.  8790-pub. Jan. 23, 30, '74  Province of British Columbia  Department of Lands, Forests  and Water Resources  Forest  Service'  Reforestation   Division  NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS  Tree Planting Project  No. 92J4-2  Skawawka River  The" British Columbia Forest Service intends to let a  planting contract in the Spring  of 1974 for the planting of  152,000   trees   on   254   acres,  the Forest Ranger at n/a will more or less, situated on T.L.'s  conduct  interested  parties   to 1900 ��� and   10216,    Hunaechin  the area on   leav- Creek; and T.L. 14170, Skwa-  ing the Ranger Station at   wka River)v Head of Jervis In-   *    Transportation,  if let.  provided by the Forest Service, will be at the prospective bidder's risk.  ' Where a conducted trip is  not indicated above or*pros-  pective bidders are, not able  to be present for the conducted trip, the Forest Ranger at  Lund will supply directions to  enable prospective bidders to  visit the area.  Where viewing the planting  site is optional to establish  bidding eligibility 1(c) above,  prospective bidders are nevertheless, strongly advised to examine the contract area before  submitting a bid.  .   (3)  Tendering '  Sealed tenders for this contact will be received 'by the  Chief Forester up to 4 p.m.  February 20, 1974, except that  the Chief Forester may extend  such time in his discretion,  Tenders must be submitted  in the envelope marked "Tender for Tree Planting".    ,  Tenders, will not be consid-  , cred unless! made out on the,  , tender form supplied, properly ,  signed and' witnessed, and accompanied  by   n  bid   deposit  In tho form of a certified cheque  or  money  order   in   the  sum of fifty  ($50.00), dollars,  payable to the Minister of Finance. The deposit will be returned to unsuccessful "tender:  ' ers.' '   ' -  '   ';   ,  1 1   1  Failure of , the Successful  tenderer to execute tho contract nnd to submit the, ro��  (1) Eligibility to Bid    ���  Bids will be considered only  from persons qualified? as foll  ows:  will be considered part of the  security deposit, and the balance up to-the five per cent of  ^Otal bid price must be remitted as noted above by Money  Order or Certified Cheque  payable to the Minister of Finance. In the event the successful bidder fails to remit the  security deposit arid fails to  execute the contract within  the time limit specified in the  award letter, the Chief Forester may cancel the contract,  and the fifty ($50.00) dollar  bid - deposit may be - forfeited  to the Crown.  (5) Planting Stock and  Equipment '  Planting stock required for  the contract will be supplied  free of charge by. the Forest  Service f.o.b. at a place designated by the Forest Service.  The contractor shall provide  and maintain all equipment,  and personnel necessary to  complete the contract in the  - time specified, -except as spec-  ���,ified.",below_.., ^ ,'     ;_.,J;      * ,_'.  Where a conducted trip is*  not indicated above or pros-.;  pective bidders are not able'5  to be present for the conduct-?  ed trip, the .Forest Ranger atj  Sechelt will supply directions^  to enable prospective bidders',  ��� to visit the area, )  Where viewing the planting,  site is optional to establish7!  bidding eligibility 1(c) above,',  prospective bidders are never-j  theless strongly advised to ex-*  amine the contract area before';  submitting a bid. \  (3)  Tendering  Sealed tenders for this con-,  tract will be received by the,  Chief Forester up to  4  p.m.  February 20, 1974, '_x"eep.tvthat'-  the Chief Forester m,ay extentl-'-j,  ���  such time in his''"discretion'. "  Tenders must be submitted  in the envelope marked "Tender for Tree Planting".  Tenders will not be considered unless made out on the  tender form supplied, properly  signed, and witnessed, and accompanied by a bid deposit  in the form of a certified cheque or money order in the  sum of fifty ($50.00) dollars,  payable to the Minister of Finance. The deposit will be returned to unsuccessful tender-  , ers. '  Failure of the' successful  tenderer to execute the contract and to submit the rer  quired deposit as specified in  (4) .(Awarding Contract) below, may render the contract  . void and the fifty ($50.00) dollars deposit subject to forfeiture to the Crown.  (4) Awarding Contract  The  lowest   or   any  tender  (a) Planting Experience  (i) persons who have  previously held a Forest Service contract for ,  planting trees and have  completed the contract;  or  (ii)    persons   who    can  show   proof . that   they ,  have  completed  a  tree  planting contract with a -  private company; or  (i'ii) persons who can  show proof of completion of a tree' planting "  contractor's course; or  (iv) persons who have  been employed as tree  planters and can produce references as to  their satisfactory per-  .t....-. .formanqe   - ���(b). Citizenship  (i) persons '"Who* ���"��� are1"  Canadian citizens; or1  (ii) persons who are  Landed . Immigrants; or  (iii) persons who hold  an~Employment visa, issued by Canada Manpower or Canadian Immigration.  (c) Viewing Planting Site  Prior to Bidding.  As. indicated   below   this  may not be required for  bidder's   eligibility  Prior Viewing:  Mandatory I   I      Optional [j_]  (2) Viewing Planting Site  In order that prospective  bidders may have an opportunity to view the planting  site and acquaint themselves  -with conditions on the ground,  the Forest Ranger- at n/a will  conduct interested parties to  the area on   leav-  (6) Period of Contract  The   contractor   shall   have  12 days to complete the planting   contract,   after   date   of  commencement.  (7)'Payments  Payments for completed  work will be made as outlined  on Schedule "A" (clause- 6).  Note that there is a ten (10)  -per cent holdback provision  on all payments.  Particulars may be obtained  after February ' L 1974 from  the following:  Forest  Ranger,  Sechelt,  B.C.  or  District Forester, 355 Burrard  Street, Vancouver, B.C.  or  -���-' Forester * i/_    Reforestation  Division, B.C. Forest  Service,  Parliament   Buildings,   Victoria, British   Columbia.  8792-pub. Jan. 23, 30, '74  ���Province of British Columbia  Department of Lands,. Forests  and Water Resources  Forest  Service  Reforestation   Division  NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS  Tree Planting Project  No.   92G13-9  Earle  Creek  The British Columbia Forest Service intends to let a  planting contract in the Spring  of '1974 for the planting of  371,000 trees on 729 acres, more  or less! situated on T.L.'s  11933, 11934, headwaters of  Earle Creek, 5 miles East of  ._   _, _.,.       . Skookumchuck   Narrows,   Se  will not necessarily be accep-    !^^55SSAi7S    *** ^  ted,   and   the   Forest   Service     provided  by  the  Forest-Service, will be at the prospective bidder's risk.  (a) Planting Experience  ��� (i) persons who have  previously held a Forest Service contract for  planting trees and have  completed the contract;  ��� or  (ii) persons who can  show, proof that they  have completed a tree  planting contract with a  private company; or  (i'ii) persons who can  show proof of completion of a tree planting  contractor's course; or  (iv) persons who have  v been employed as tree  planters and can produce 'references as to  their satisfactory, performance.,  (b)  Citizenship  ,  (6) Period of Contract  , The contractor shall have  25 days to complete the planting contract, after date of  commencement.  (7) Payments  Payments for completed  work will be made as outlined  on Schedule "A" (clause 6).  Note that there is a ten (10)  per cent holdback provision  on all payments.  Particulars may be obtained  after  February ,1,   1974  from  , the following: , , ���  Forest Ranger, Madeira Park  .',- ;l 'or '������ ;���.. ;,.,,. ''. ;';";. /'.  District Forester, 355 Burrard  Street, Vancouver, s B.C.;  Or '  (i)  .persons    who    are  Forester    i/"c    Reforestation  Canaaian^itiZens'Uora4C    Divislon< B-C' Forest Service,  Canadian citizens, or Parliament  Buildings,  Victor-  (ii)    persons   who   are    la( British  Columbia.  0791-pub. Jan. 23, 30, '74  Landed Immigrants; or  (111) persons who hold  an,Employment visa, issued py Canada Manpower or Canadian Immigration. ,  (a) Viewing Planting Site  Prior to Bidding.  As   indicated   below .this  may not be required for  bidder's  eligibility  Prior Viewing:  quired deposit as specified in   Mandatory P"]      Optional [x\  (4)   (Awarding   Contract) ' be- , '���' '���'  (2) Viewing Planting Site  In order that prospective  bidders may have on opportunity to vlow tho planting  slto ond acquaint themselves  with conditions on, the ground,  the Forest Ranger at n/a will  conduct  interested  parties  to  be'  low. may render tho contract  M   vojd and tho fifty ($150.00) dollar.*"; deposit  subject . to   forfeiture to the Crown.  (4) Awarding Contrnct  The  lowest  or  any' tondcr  will not necessarily bo accepted,, and   tho   Forest   Service    hv"  *^;^r(fBoTve!s''iho Hghrto 1 Im H'lhcr"*  number of contractu hold  by  any party at any ono time.  Prospective bidders nro advised that this contract will  be awnrdod only on proof that  tho successful bidder has arranged with tho Workmen's  Compensation Board for tho  necessary coverage, of'nil employees rind/or partners who  1 will bo working on tho contract, Current Workmen's  Compensation Board assessment rate Is n per cont of the  -monthly, payroll and there Js  ��. minimum coverage period of  three months,  Province of British Columbia  Department of/Lands, Forests  and .Water Resources  Forost, Service  Reforestation  Plvlsion  NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS  Tree Planting Project   ,:.;',  No, 02G12-22  ThornhlU Creek  Tho British Columbia Forest Service intends to lot a  planting contract in tho Spring  of 1974 for tho planting of  (10,000 trees on 153 acres, moro  or less, . situated on TJU's  55  and  50,  ThornhlU Creek,  reserves the right to limit the  number of contracts held by  any .party ,.at any .one ;>lime.  Prospective bidders are^'ad-  vised that this contract will  be awarded only on proof that  the successful bidder has arranged with the Workmen's  Compensation . Board for the  necessary coverage1 of all employees and/or partners who  will be working on the con-  tract. Current Workmen's  Compensation Board assessment rate is 8 per cent of the  monthly payroll and there is  a minimum coverage period of  three months,  , The successful bidder, upon  notification of the contract a-  ward  by  the  Chief  Forester,  will be required to submit a  security deposit to the Chief  Forester within five (5) days  of   notification,   and   at   the  same time execute a 'contract  for tho ^planting in the form  submitted by the Chief Forester: The security deposit will  be in the total amount of five  (5) per cent of the total bid  price, The bid deposit ($50.00)  will 'bb considered part, of the  security deposit, and the balance up to the five per cent of  total bid price must be remitted as noted above by Money  Order   or.   Certified.   Cheque  payable to the Minister of Fin-  > anco, In the event the successful bidder fall's to remit tho  security deposit and  falls  to  execute   the   contract   within  the time limit specified in the  award  letter,  the  Chief Forester may cancel the, contract,  and  tho  fifty  ($50,00)  dollar  bid deposit m��y be forfeited  1   to,the Crown, , \   '  (15) Planting Stock and  Equipment      ' "  Planting stock required for  the contract will bo supplied  freo of charge by the Forest  Where a conducted trip is  not indicated '���* above or prospective bidders are not able  to be present for the conducted trip, the Forest Ranger at  Sechelt will supply directions  to enable prospective bidders  to visit the area.  Where viewing the planting  site is optional to establish  bidding eligibility 1(c) above,  prospective bidders are nevertheless strongly advised to examine' the contract area before  submitting a bid.  (3) Tendering  Sealed tenders for this con-,  tract will be received by, the  Chief Forester up 'to 4 p.m.  February 20, 1974; except that  the Chief Forester may extend  such time in his discretion.  ���^Tenders must be submitted  in the'envelope marked "Ten-  dor for Tree, Planting".  Tenders will not be considered unless made out on tho>  'tender,form supplied, properly  signed and witnessed, and ac-'  companled by' a bid deposit  in the form of a -certified one-  c(ue or money order in the  sum of fifty , ($50,00) dollars,  payable to the Minister of Finance. The deposit will be returned to unsuccessful tenderers.   '.'.������"     '���   ���   ���        ��� >; , ���  Failure of the successful  tenderer to execute the contract  ond  to  submit the  re  (1) Eligibility to Bid  Bids will be considered only  from persons qualified as follows:  (a) Planting "Experience  (i) persons who have  previously held a Forest Service contract for  planting trees and have  completed the contract;  or  (ii) persons who can  show proof that they  have completed a tree  planting contract with a  private company; or  (iii) persons who can  show proof of completion of a tree planting  contractor's course; or  (ly) persons! who have  been! employed as tree  ��� '' ��� planters and can. produce references . as , to  their satisfactory performance.  (b) Citizenship  '  (i) persons who are  Canadian citizens; or  (II) persons who are  Landed Immigrants; or  (11(1) persons who hold  an Employment visa, issued by Canada; Men-  power or Canadian Im-  , migration. ;,  (c) Viewing Planting Slto  Prior to Bidding.  As indicated   below ������ this  mny not be required for  bidder's  eligibility  Prior Viewing:  vised that this contract will  be awarded only on proof that  the successful bidder has arranged with the Workmen's  Compensation Board for the  necessary coverage of all employees and/or partners who  will be working on the con-  tract. Current Workmen's  Compensation Board assessment rate is 8 per cent of the  monthly" payroll and there is  a minimum coverage period of  three months.  The successful bidder, upon  notification of the contract a-  ward  by  the  Chief Forester,"'  will be required to submit a  security deposit to the Chief  Forester within five (5) days  of   notification,   and   at   the  same time execute a contract  for the planting, in the form  submitted by the Chief Forester. The security deposit will  "be in the total amount of five  (5) per cent of "the total bid  price. The bid deposit ($50.00)  will be considered part of the.,  security deposit, and the balance up to the five per cent of  total bid price must be .remitted as noted above by Money  Order    or    Certified    Cheque  payable to the Minister of Finance. In the event the successful bidder fails to remit the  security  deposit  and  fails   to  execute   the   contract   within  the time limit specified in the  award   letter,  the Chief  Forester may cancel the contract,  and   the  fifty   ($50.00)   dollar  bid  deposit may be forfeited  to the Crown.  (5) Planting  Stock and  Equipment  Planting stock required for  the contract -will be supplied  free of charge by the Forest  Service? f.o.b. at a place des-  ignated.,by. the Forest Service.  The contractor shall provide  and maintain all equipment,  and personnel necessary to  complete the contract in the  time specified, except as specified below.  Control Board Regulations for  domestic waist water discharges under 10,000 gpd to marine waters.  I, E. Willmott, Acting Secretary-Treasurer hereby certify that a copy of this application has been received ,by  the Regional District of. Sunshine Coast. J^ .  This application, dated on_  the 5th day of December, 1975,  was posted on the ground in  accordance with the Pollution  Control Regulations..  W. H. MEHAFFEY  8800-pub.  January 30,  1973.  (6) Period of Contract  The   contractor   shall   have  50 days to complete the plant-,  ing   contract,   after   date   of  commencement..  (7) Payments  Payments    for * completed  work will be made as outlined  on Schedule "A" (clause 6).  Note that there is a ten (10)  per cent holdback provision  on all payments'.  Particulars may be obtained  after February 1, 1974 from  the following:  Forest Ranger, P.O. Box 69,  Sechelt, B.C.  or ��� .,��� ���'!',' ���;_ , ������'.'���"''  District Forester, 355 Burrard  Street, Vancouver, B.C.  '     or     ���  Forester    i/Vi    Reforestation  Division, B.C. F8rest Service,  ,. Parliament   Buildings,  Victoria,  British  Columbia,   ,  8794-pub. Jan. 23, 30, '74  APPLICATION FOR A  PERMIT UNDER THE  POLLUTION CONTROL ACT,  , '.,"      1907   (EFFLUENT)    ,  quired deposit as specified In   Mandatory [~]      Optional [xj  (4)   (Awarding   Contract)   bo^v  low, may render tho contract  void and the fifty ($50.00) dol  lnrs  deposit  subject  to  forf  olturo to the Crown,  (4) Awarding Contract  Tho  lowest or  wvy  (2) Viewing Planting Slto  ,In   order   that, prospective  .bidden) may  havo an opportunity to  view tho  planting  site and  acquaint themselves  DEPARTMENT OF LANDS, ,  FORESTS, AND WATER  RESOURCES  " Water   Resources   Service  Pollution   Control  Branch  APPLICATION   FOR  A  PERMIT UNDER THE  POLLUTION  CONTROL  ACT,   1967   (EFFLUENT)  This   application   is   to   be  filed  with the Director,   Pollution   Control   Branch,   Parliament    Buildings,    Victoria,  British Columbia. Any person  who  qualifies  as  an objector  under  section   13   (2)   of   the  Pollution   Control   Act,    1967  may,. within   30  days   of  the  date of application, or within  30 days of the date of publication in The British Columbia  Gazette or in a newspaper, or,  where    service    is    required,  within 30 days of the serving  of a copy of the application,  file with the Director an objection    in    writing    to,  the  granting of a permit, stating  the  manner  in   which  he   is  affected. Those who do not so  qualify may file with the Pollution (Control Board  an   ob-  "* jection in writing under section 13 (6), in the same' manner  and time period as described  above. .  1. I,' Department of Transport and Communication, B.C.  . Ferries Division of 816 Wharf  Street, Victoria, British Columbia, hereby apply to the  Director for, a permit to discharge effluent from British  Columbia    Ferries,    Langdale  ��� Ferry Terminal located in  Howe   Sound   into  Thornbor-  . ough Channel which flows  tidal and discharges into the  Strait  of  Georgia    and  give  , notice  of  any  application   to  ,,, all persons affected.  2. The land upon which,the  works are located is a fill area  being in Water Lot 6603.    , '  ,  3. The discharge shall be located at approximately 600, feet  east of the waiting room and  coffee shop' at the east end  of the fill area, approximately  50 feet underwater to depth  of 30, feet below low water  .level. ! .; , ,.'!; ;  ��� ,������,   ^ -'. '.;   ,.  4; Tho quantity of effluent  ! to bo discharged Is as follows:  Average annual discharge  (Based on operating period)  2500 (Imperial gallons).  Maximum   .daily   discharge  4500 (Imperial gallons).  , Tho operating period during  which ;thc effluent will bo  discharged Is continuous,  ,R, The' characteristics of tho  to  prospoc  11vo bidder's risk,        .  Where a conducted trip, in  not indicated above or prospect! vo bidders aro not able  to be present for the conducted trip, the Forest Ranger nt  Madeira Park will supply directions lo onablo prospective  bidders to visit tho area,  from persons qualified as follows;  complete tho contract In tho  timo .specified, except ns specified bolow.  (a) Planting' Experience ,  (1)   persons   who   havo     ' ' '"   previously  hold  a For-     ' ,r   eat Service contract for (0) Period of Contract  Tho successful bidder, upon  notification of the contrnct a-  .ward...by., the Chief. Forester,,  will ho required to submit a  security deposit to  tho Chief  KoroBtor  within flvo (f>) days  of   notification,   and   ot   tho  sumo time execute n contract  for the planting in  tho  form  liubmittod by"'iho CTtW Tores-  t<sr, Tho security deposit will ���  lie In Iho total amount of flvo  (fi)  per cent of tho, total bid  price, The bid deposit ($50.00)  will bo considered part of the  security deposit, and tho balance up to tho flvo per cent of  total bid prlco must bo remitted ns noted above by Money  Where viewing tho planting  site Is optional to establish  bidding eligibility 1(c) above, ,  prospective bidders aro nevertheless strongly advised to examine Iho contrnct nrca before'  submitting n bid,  ?!*> T*_ntlorInif'w*~- ���_.,,.,���_  Sealed tenders fov this contract will bo received by tho  Chlof Forester up to 4 p,m,  February 20, 1074, except that  tho Chief Forester may extend  snail timo In his discretion,  ' Toixlois must bo ijubmlttod  In tho envelope marked "Tender for Tree Planting",  Tenders will not bo considered unless made out on tho  tender form supplied, properly  signed and witnessed, and accompanied  by   a  blu   dcpoiU  planting trees and have  completed the contract',  or  (11)   persons   who   pan  show   proof   that   they  " havo completed i\ tree  planting contract with n  private company; or  (ill)   persons   who  can  snow proof of com pie-  ���Hon of a * tree plant Ing *  contractor's course; or  (Iv)  persons  who have  ��� boon employed ns tree  planters and can pro-  duco refeironcos as to  their satisfactory performance.  (b)  Citizenship  (1)    persons    who    are  Canadian citizens; or  (Ii)   persons   who   nro  Landed   Immigrants!  or  (III)   persons  who. hold  an Employment visa, is-  The contractor shall havo  Ifi days to complete tho,planting contrnct, after date of  commencement.  (7) Payments (     '  Payments for completed  \vork will be made as outlined  on Schedule "A" (clause fl),  Nolo thnt thoro Is a ton (10)  per   cont   holdback   provision  "oirnl! "payments, ���" *���'���-'; r  Particulars may bo obtained  after February.., 1074 from  tho following!  Forest Ranger, Secholt, B.C,  or"7*~*"  District Forester, 355  Burrnrd  ���Street. Vancouver, B.C;  I      ���  Forester i/to Reforestation  Division, 11,0. Forest Service,  Parliament Buildings, Victor-  la,  British   Columbia,  11703-pub, Jan, 2.1, 30, '74  This application is to be  filed with the Director, Pollution Control Branch, Parlla-'  ment Buildings, Victoria, British   Columbia,   Any   person  who qualifies as an objector ��� 0. Tho cnnracierisucs 01 tno  under section 13(2) of tho Poll- effluent discharged shall. bo  utlon Control Act, 1907 may. equivalent to or bo tor than  within 30 days of the date of Toj��l, . .suapondod aollda - GO  application, or within 30 days mfi./H,, total solids-120 mg,/l.  of tho date of publication Im   Blocbomical   oxygon   domand  t with conditions on the ground,    Tho British Columbia Qtwotte   f. ^R./l, pH range - 0,5 t.  tender   tho Forost Ranger at n/n will    or In a newspapor, or where   ?,B,.���;?B05?P?,Pnlur10 x'n.n��G \ 40  __���        ��nn^l,fni   intnt-nc^ri   nnoi no   in       i_���  i���  i.i-Li' ...m.�����   bn    to 60". Fi Fnccnl coliform hno  will not necessarily bo nccop-  .conduct  Interested  parties  to    service Is required,'within 30   to 60"'F; Faecal coliform bac-  tod,  ontl  tho  Forest  Service,   tho nren on  lonv-    finya of tho serving of a copy , torla���3000 m.p.n, por 100 ml.  o��_.thorftppUoaUon,rlllorwfth ���o--The type of treatment'to��  the Director an object on in 'j,0'nppHccl to tho effluent bo-  writing to tho granting of a forQ dlscharao Is, hh follows-  Si1' il".!8 Jiffin Tno "e !?��eQknged Sage "Vea me, t  ^dottl^mayTo P'��n�� ^ chlorination.  with tho Pollution Control 7, I, Eric Willmott, Secret-  Board an objection in writing ary-tronsuror hereby certify  under section 13(0), in tho that a copy of this application  Some1 manner and timo period has boon received by the Hog-  ns described above, ional    District    of    Sunshine  MftcMillqn   Blocdel   Indust- Coast,  rles Limited of 20th floor, 1075 jgr|c  willmott  West Georgia, Street, Vancqu-, '  ..  vcr,  B,C���  hereby  applies  to ��. This application, dated on  tho Director' for a permit to tho 4th day of Janunry, 1074,  discharge effluent from Logg- was posted on tho ground In  Ing    Camp,   Cookhouse   and accordance w th tho Pollution  Bunkhouses located nt Misery Control Regulations.  Crook Into  Misery Bay, Sal- K, A. Meads  mon Inlot which flows south- nnon-nub  inminrv no  urn  west nnd discharges Into So- ��mm"P,,,)- January .10, 11)74,  chelt Inlet and gives notice of ��  Its application to all persons  affected.  Tho land upon which \ tlio  works nro located Is BCFS  Special Use Permit No.. 12(12  rovcrin/r Misery Creek Ix>gR-  I fig Campsite.  Tho discharge shall bq located at Foreshore lot No. 017B,  Misery Bay, 17 miles northeast of Secholt, B,C,  Tho quantity of effluent to  bo discharged Is as follows:  Average    annual   dolly   dls-  vlsod that this contract will  bo awarded only on proof that  tho successful bidder has arranged with tho Workmen's  Compensation Board for tho  necessary coverage of all employees and/or partners who  will be working on tho con-  traot, Current Workmen's  Compensation Board assessment rato is ft por cent of tho  monthly payroll and thoro is  n'mlnlmum coverage period of  throo months,  Tlio successful bidder, upon  notification of tho 'contract a-  word by tho Chief Forester,  will be required to submit n���  sccurlty deposit to tho Chlof  Forester within five (5) days  of notification, and at tho  some tlmo, execute a contract  for tho planting In tho form  submitted-by the Chief Fares-  ler, The security deposit will  bo In tho total amount of flvo  (ft) per cont of tho total bid  prlco. Tho bid deposit ($150,00)  will lie considered part of the  security deposit, and tho balance up to tho flvo por cont ot  total bid price must bo remitted as noted abovn by Money  Where a conducted trip Is  not indicated above or pros-  pootlvi) bidders are not able  to bo present for tho conducted trip, tho'Forest Rangor at  Secholt will supply directions  to onnblo prospective bidders  to visit the area,  Whoro viewing tho planting  slto . In optional to establish  bidding eligibility 1(c) above,'  prospective bidders ore novor-  tbolesfl strongly advised to cx-  amliiQ tho contract area before  submitting n bid,      .  _jnLToOdcrlng  Sciilod lenders for tills colih"  traot will bo received by tho  Chlot Forester up to 4 p.m.  February 20, 1074, except that  tho Chlof Forester may extend  such llmo In his discretion.  Tenders must bo submitted  in tho onvolopo marked ''Ton-  dor for Tree Planting",  Tenders will not. bo considered unless miulo out on tha  lender form supplied, properly  signed nnd witnessed and nc-  comnnnlcd by a bid deposit  In Iho form of a certified cho-  B.C* IS A  BEAUTIFUL  PLACE  f    f*    *f^  DON'T MESS.  IT UP! '^rr^emmi^'L^^^JKXxaass  \  M  Utecrecat ion, Ceiit re  GENERAL  MEEflNG  FEBRUARY 3rd - 1:00 p.m.  Old Legion Moll, Sechelt  Public invited        ,  $#;P#&KS^  7qx -tips.  Fof  Quick .Results Use Times  Adbriefs  Make your Offer!  1974 Ford Grand Torino  loaded, only 770 miles.  1973 Chevelle Molibu  ,   two'to choose from  1973 Chevrolet Impalo  4-dr. HT, top of the line model  1972 Ford Grand Torino  2-door HT, fully equipped.  1970 Torino GT Cobra Jet 429  ram air, p.s., p.b., power windows. A real fast car. Save!  1969. Olds Cutlass Supreme  orange, vinyl roof, new radials  and mag wheels.  1967 Chevelle Convertible  283, automatic, low miles.  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A. Yes. Expenses are deductible for  children who are under age 14 at any  time ��� during the year or, if ^ the child  is 114 or over, he must have been dependent upon his parents because of physical  or mental infirmity.   ,  Q. What kind of expenses are .deductible?  A. Deductible expenses include costs'  of baby-sitting and day nursery care,  and'up to $15 per child per week for  lodging paid at boarding schools and  camps.' If'child care' expenses are to be  deductible, they must, be for care in  Canada; furthermore, payments for such'  items as clothing, "transportation, education or medical care are not considered  to be child care" expenses.  Q. Must I keep receipts ,for child-care'  expenses?  A. Yes. Deductions claimed for child-  care expenses must be supported by  receipts. The name 'and address of the  person to whom you make payments for  child care must be provided on all receipts. Except for an organization such  as a day nursery, the Social Insurance  Number of the recipient must also be  included on the receipt. You will not be  required to attach these receipts to your  return but you must keep them in the  event the Department wishes to inspect  them.  Q. How much may be deducted for  child-care expenses and does it matter  to whom the payments  are made?   .  A". A* taxpayer may deduct the amount  actually .spent on child care provided it  does not exceed the least of:    ���  ..  ���$500 per child, or  ���$2,000 for the family, or  ���two-thirds of the taxpayer's earned  income for the year.   _    ;  There are two further requirements  regarding the person to whom child-care  payments are made. First, child pare expanses are not deductible if they are paid  to a person claimed'as a dependant for  tax purposes by either of the parents, or  to a person under 21 who is related to  either parent by blood, marriage or adoption. Secondly, any allowable deduction  for chid care expenses must be supported  by a receipt which indicates the name,  address and Social Insurance Number pf  the person to whom payments were  made.   ���  " Q.   Can  a father reduct^ baby-sitting  fees from his income?  A. Child-care expenses can be deducted by the father if, during the year, he  was single, widowed, divorced .or separated by a written agreement. He may  also make the deduction if the mother  is incapable of caring for herself or the  .children or if she is confined for 14 days"  , or., more to bed, hospital, wheelchair,,  mental hospital or prison. The father's  deduction- is- limited to $15 per week for  each child up to $60 per week. The same  limitations of, $500 per child or $2,000  per year for the whole family also apply  in this case.  Q. When the father and mother both  work, can either of them claim the child  care expenses?  A. No. When both parents work only  the mother can claim the child care ex-  . penses.  ' Q. Can a mother hire her older child  as a baby sitter?'  A. The rule is hat a mother cannot  claim the amounts paid to a person who  is under age 21, and related to her ,or her  husband by blood, marriage or adoption,  or if the person is claimed as a dependant.  f?^^^^  o% George Floras  of the Uiiiaae /Kedtaaran  curiiiotjuces new portnership  t  Jtnlii|!*(��IVI* ". ,   ���(,  . Ii._   >&_?  '"f-i _J��'  . 'J  ifr-rr-rfZ n iv. rr.*-;��..^.--.-,--*-r-*'y-'    ��� r :��� _]_ja_*��-___tt^  George's cousin, Mr. Andy Maragos along with  wife Dlanno and two sons, will bo managing the  new  *tnenon fSedtt  arinenont^sescaurant  noon to he opening on the "socheJi waterfront.'  Andy brings with him a wealth of experience in  the operation of hotels, night clubs & restaurants.  WATCH FOR "THE PARTHENON" SOON TO  BE OFFERING THE BEST IN CABARET AND  DINING-LOUNGE FACILITIES^ I  PENDER HARBOUR���Fire destroyed an  isolated house in the Garden Bay area*  last Thursday evening. The house was  unoccupied at the time of the blaze. -  The*house, which'belongs to Mrs.'-Pauline Blychak, is at the end of Elliot Lake  Road and, almost out of sight from the  road. It is not served by electricity.  Ken O'Coffey was returning from  Madeira1 Park about 10:45 on Thursday  evening when he saw, as he rounded the  end of the lake, that something was burning. Ken said, there' were no flames visible when he approached' the house, but  it appeared to be glowing incandescently  like an artificial fireplace..  Although several persons were present'  about the same time as O'Coffey, it was  already too late' for any efforts to save the  building. -  Const: Bill van de Braak said, Mrs.  Blychak was in - Vancouver at the time  of the fire. She returned to the Peninsula Friday, upset by the news' that her  house had been destroyed but otherwise  unhurt by the incident.  Assault count against  A. Shaw dismissed  SECHELT���A> charge pf common .assault  against Arthur Shaw' of Sechelt has  been dismissed by Judge Charles Mittlesteadt.  -   Shaw was accused of assaulting Len  Van Egmond. , -  .In dismissing'the' case at provincial  court, Middlesteadt' found that Van Egmond had ;been, tresspassing on Shaw's  property r.t the time of the incident, and  that accused had' used only what force  was necessary to remove him.  Wednesday, January 30, 1974 The Peninsula Timen  Page J^-7  Gibsons Rugby Club    ^BMMMMMmmwmm  plans:Feb;:16 game    | ^���^^��ww:  GIBSONS��� ^Gibsons Rugby Club will  ���r take-on Meralomas "at the first spring  game Feb: 16.   ���    ,  Practices will begin immediately, and  continue every Tuesday at 7 p.m. at  Gibsons Elementary ."School as well as 11  a.m. Sunday. ,  Club officials expressed their appreciation, to Elphinstone Recreation Committee for '-'generous donations."  . PODIATRIST  FOOT SPECIALIST  will be at the,  Bella Beach Motel, Davis Bay  on FEBRUARY 4th  885-9561  iiiiiniiiiiiiip^  r?~~s  GIBSONS��� Increased co-operation between the villages, other elected bodies  and the community was the keynote of  Mayor Larry Labonte's report to council  Jan. 22.  - "Co-operation with the regional board  on matters of common interest has been  established and it is my hope that this  working* relationship will gradually improve in the future," he said, adding: "Our  relationship with the school board should  reach a higher level of co-operation in  1974."  Labonte also asked local businessmen  for their co-operation "in making Gibsons  a better place in which to live. I hope  they will offer suggestions, through an  ���  organization or on an individual basis." '  The mayor endorsed the formation of  a ratepayers' association in the  village.  "If would be a help to council in many  ways and could offer constructive ideas,"  |  he said. !  '   >*va��wwaaf*aaiwaaMi*iMWiawMaiiiiiwa<MiaaiwaiMiaai��jifMwi>MWWMaf  B.C. IS A !  BEAUTIFUL PLACE  * % * * -   !  DON'T MESS IT UP!  i  MMl��>-WW*-W*_Hi-Ht%fll-W_V*W��_F_n/^^  g-H��^.-gj--h_-_-__--_.-a^  OF REAL ESTATE  IE (24 Hours)  Sechelt 885-2235  Vancouver 689-5838  (E. & O.E.)  A��_fcSCI_S LTD. box U sechelt, b.c.   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'     ',.  .,',',., '  It Is possible to obtain Autoplan insurance on norm typos of   ;  vehicles by mall, This is explained In.tho booklet that accompanies  each Autoplan form; But mailed applications must be sent In by  February 1st |o ensure you' are covered by March, 1st,;    "  ���  ��,,����� JUs Jmporjanu liAlm  rpady and able to provldo'yoy with valuable assistance at no  extra cost to you, But he) will bo pressed for timo as March 1st  approaches, See him early and avoid iho last-minute rush,   ,  ""V  Cilyite^ta  agents in fow area  K. Duller Realty Ltd., 1538 Gowor Point Road, Gibsons, B.C.  i  i. H< G, Drummond Insuronco Agencies Ltd., Box 274, Giboons, D,C.  H. B. Gordon Agcnclci Ltd., Box 123, Secholt, B.C.  Secholt Agendo* Ltd., Box 128, Secholt, B.C,  Ponder Harbour RooltyLtd.#.piOrBoKM9,MadolraParKrBiCr  1  Insurance Corporation of British Columbia  _v~j Information Centre 665-2800,  '�� Outrddn ol Vftncouvor, nnll oolloot,  \Vv  { Page A-8, The- Peninsula Times  , Wednesday, January 30, 1974    ;  We believe  r j  By Elder, and Sister Warren L. Jones ",  Church , of Jesus Christ of, gaiter-day  Saints.    ���'   * - <l A'<  WE believe in a single standard of morality. In the past reference was made-  to a double, standard' oijnorality; which  meant that *a' woman -was_ expected to  live a Tftore chaste life'than a man. Today society has.adopted another double  standard, just as unrealistic as the for-  According to this .standard, youth are  ���expected to behave more maturely and  to live mote virtuous lives than > their  parents to whom they look for example-  and guidance.     , , ��� ,      \^  - - Obscene movies are advertised for"*  "adults only" which indicates to young'  people that when they grow up, they can  indulge as their parents do, in filth. So!  it is with liquor sales and night club  attendance. This attempt to legislate  youth into rightousness, while granting  license to more "mature" citizens can have  only negative-results.  The jungle of immorality in which the  .world finds itself today is nothing new in  the history of the world. "Today's new  morality is nothing more - than\ the old  immorality.". "   x .-  ' Many parents, indulge* their passions  and appetites while asking their children  to remain disciplined.* They ask, "What is  the younger generation coming to?" And1  there} is cause for alarm, because the  younger, generation is coming to the-same  low moral standard as their parents.  Despite society's, growing permissiveness in matters of sex, pornography, divorce and related matters, the -Church of  Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints does not  compromise., Since all the laws of God  are eternal in nature, laws governing  morality are just as binding, today as  when they were given by revelation.  The highest standards of integrity are  required of church members. Only those  complying with high moral standards are  eligible to hold office, fill missions or  enter temples. '   '      '  In the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, there is one moral standard which applies to young and old, male  and female.  Joan Proctor       T-  E_i f_ BS Si _}  El  U  SIXTY   YEARS of marriage Were  ���v celebrated Jan. 21 by Marie , and  Walter Marstin of Wilson Creek! The  iMarstins are holding telegrams from  the queen, certificates from Prime  Sechelt News Notes  Minister Trudeau, Premier Dave Barrett, Lt.-Gov. Walter Owens and  others. See Peggy Connors Sechelt  news j notes for more details.  ALL 1974 calendars at half price while  supply lasts. Miss Bee's, Sechelt.  lallllaaMlallllliiiuiaimnallaaHlaiiMiaaaaiaiiHiaiiiiaaamaan  m  m  Gibsons Pentecostal      ��  HIGHWAY & MARTIN . _  E Sunday School 9:45 a.m. |  | Services J 1:00 a.m. and 7:00 p.m.   i  | ,       PHONE. 886-7107 |  | Pastor: Garry Foster |  fatiainiiaiiiHiiaiiiiiiiaiuiiHiiniiniHuiiniiiaiaiiiiiaiiaaia-  ��.iiitiiiiimiaiiaiiiiaaiHiiimniiiiiiiiiiitiHiiiiiHiiiiiaiiaia_ '  |        Th�� United Church       I  ��       ^     of Canada |  ���            .'           SERVICES: 5  jj     St. John's United Church - Davis Bay S  |            ' Sunday Services -'9:30 a.m. :  |            ��� Roberts Creek United Church g  ��             Sundoy Services-'2:30 p.m. >  5-             " Gibsons United Church s  5            Sunday Services - 11:15 a.m. ; 5  I                        MINISTRY:" ��  jj   Rev. Jim Willamson, Gibsons, 886-2333 jj  ISiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiiiiiiaiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii"':  Heard on more than a"  thousand stations, including  CJVB  Vancouver 1470 Kcs  , Sundays at 9:30 p.m.  A Christian Science Radio Series  ������������������IHIIIIIIIMIIIIIIIIKIMmiMIIIIIIIIIMIIIIilllMIIIIIIIIIII  I    BAPTIST CHURCH SERVICES  B   Calvary Baptist Church  Park Road, Gibsons  {Office; 886-2611 Res: 086-7449  Mornlrto Worship 9:30 a.m.  Sunday Scjiool 10:45 a.m. ,  Evening Worship   7:00 p.m,  Prayer &Blblo Study, Thursdays 7;30 p.m.  ' Weekly Youth Programs  Bethel Baptist Church  Mermaid m Trail, Sechelt '  OffIcet 886-2611 Res, 886-7449  t ��� Sunday School 10:00 a.m.  8 Morning Worship 11:15 a.m.  PrayerI* Bible Study Wednesdays 7:30 p.m.  W/sekly Youth' Programs  REV. Wi N. ERICKSON, Pastor  lliiiiiiinint��iiii��iinnumi��innimnmi��m��Hntiiiuuiiift  A 60th wadding anniversary is indeed a  time for great celebration, so thought  the friends and: relatives of Mr. and Mrs.  T. W. Marstin of Wilson Creek whose,  anniversary fell on Jan. 21.  On Jan. 19 there was a family dinner  at the Hotel Georgia with 14 present.  Then on Sunday, Jan. -20, their youngest  son, Jimmy and his wife Betty Marstin,  with -the help of daughters, Beverly and  Sandra, held a reception at their home at  7171 Grovesnor Ave. Coquitlam.  This fine couple were overcome with  such a large attendance of many old  friends with nearly 100 there including:  son Walter, Vancouver, daughter Marie  and' Maxwell King, and Diana" 'and''  Jerry, of Kelowna. Granddaughter, Mrs.;  Pat Doyle, and family flew from White-  horse.  Telegrams were received from Queen  Elizabeth, Prime Minister Pierre Trudeatu,;  Lt. Gov. Walter Owens, Premier D_ve'  Barrett, Mayor J. L. Tonn of Coquitlam  as well as 100 more from, North Battle-  ford, Victoria, Duncan, Kelowna, Coquitlam, White Rock and Melville Sask.  There were many congratulatory cards  from other friends.  Walter and Marie Marstin were mar'  ried 60 years ago in Maple Creek, Sask.  For 35 years Walter was maintenance  superintendent for Melville town hall.  They moved to White Rock upon retirement as Walter washed to fish. Visiting  - on the Sunshine Coast he discovered  these were the fishing grounds for him  and promptly moved into the Mission  Creek area. This charming couple at  once preceeded to make new friends  to add to the host they already have, Mr.  , Marstin has played jolly old St. Nick  for the senior citizens.  Mrs. Lola Turner visited with her  son, and his wife Bob and Agnes Turner  in Victoria and attended a meeting of tho  Cnrne Rebekah Lodge, President Mrs.  W. E. Shad of the .Rebekah Assembly  office was on her official visit there. Thia  last week Mr. and Mrs. Shad wore guests  of Mrs. Lola Turner as Mrs, Shad waa  in Sechelt for her official visit hero. Mrs.  Harry Relter was also a guest at the  Turner homo; She Is a former resident  now living in White Rock.  Sechelt Auxiliary to St. Mary's Hospital were hosts for a birthday party in  tho extended care lounge on tho birthday of Mrs. Arinlo Winn. Bingo was tho  ���by Pc__y Connor  excitement for the evening under the  direction of Mrs. Eve Moscrip and assisted by Mrs. Bobbie Bodnarek and Mrs.  Mollie Smith.  ... Strait talk   M  "DO you think you could drive- me (to'  school so I can pick up my books and H  lock," asked my teenager the other mor-1' _J  ning. "We'll be changing semesters "so I f-j  have to clean but my locker,"        ^ ,  m  "I've never driven over there," I said.  '-  "There's nothing very hard about it,"  he said. "The school's right on the-main  highway." ,    (  "Yes, I know but I'd like to get a ���  test run at their parking lot first. It's  not so "much that I dislike driving, it's  just that I have problems when it comes  to parking. If I could just drive from  point A to point B without ever having  to stop I'd do fine."  "Good grief, Mom,' he said sounding  disgusted,, "you've been driving the car  for two months since getting your' licence, and' you're still scared."'  "I am not," I. said'hastily. "I've just  explained, it's the parking that I loathe.  -And, I hate having to drive anywhere  new." '    .-  ''In that case you might as well be  driving the car on a slot track," he said.  "The only place you ever drive to is the  grocery store."  ."Well, it's a familiar route. Besides,  with the amount of food this gang goes  through, being able to' make it to and  from -the grocery store is all that really  matters in life."-  "You should try a new route for a  change," he said helpfully.    "   '  "I've done that," I said looking at  my fingernails. "Just last' week I drove  in to town on a little side road. This week  it was full of water though."  "Really Mom, you've got to be putting  me on! That little side road was the soft  shoulder."  "Well whatever- At least the traffic  was light on that section. I admit you're  right though. I really must try to be more  adventurous when it comes to driving.  Okay, I'll take you to school."  Later on when we returned home, my  son^ was no longer speaking to me.  "You're sure holding a grudge," I said.  "After all, didn't I take you in to town  so.you could pick up your things? And  can I help it' if all the parking spaces  at Elphinstone were too small for my  car? Besides, I did finally find a space  to park in." - >   " "  "Yes Mpm, I know," he said patiently.  "But is .sjice was a long walk from the  ferry terminal."  COUpOH     _J ��3 EMI Q  CLIP THIS COUPON AND SAVE ...    ,  ___  $1 off Shampoo and Set or $4 off on your next Haircoloring or  Permanent .Wave.  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Vi'   Admission '50c ^  HBBg  JMEETING  Sun., Feb. 10 - 2:00 p.m.  Gibsons Legion Hall  COME AND HEAR:  Anggie Dennis .and Bert Ogden  Canadian delegates to the World  Congress of Peace Forces held in  Moscow, October 25 to 31, 1973.  ��� SLIDES WILL BE SHOWN ���  BY DUAL   ��AKAI   ��  NORESCO  Largest selection of records and tapes  on the Peninsula at Discount Prices  ^Uin����nnnni_aniTnainni-innnnr^  AKAI 200 WATT  AMP O 4-WAY  SPEAKER CABINETS WITH 12-IN.  WOOFERS  DUAL 1214  TURNTABLE AND  STAND  REGULAR  $1,200  $995  NORESCO  40 WATT AMP  AND MATCHING  SPEAKERS  �� DUAL 1211  TURNTABLE AND,  STAND  REGULAR $450  $399  Glbtonp    O    004-7112  O CARPETS    O TILES  ��LINOLEUMS      '  9 a.m. to 6 p.m, Tuos, - Sat.  CLOSEp MONDAYS  OPEN FRIDAY NIGHT TILL 9' '/���  -��� y.  ENIHSULA  Section B  Wednesday, January 30, 1974  Pages 1-6  From poetry to prose '.-. .  Langdale creative writers  have wide range of topics  LANGDALE--, Students   Jody   PilUngfs   . ��� ��. ,       THE WAR  creative   writing   class   at   Langdale    The enemy" ship came into port,  Elementary School are still at'1 it,, with    The soldiers were leaving from the fort,    bit of it,hecause'he hadn't,eaten in three  the.one hand' he had left., He jumped  ' off and landeii in. a pool' of water. He<  climbed out with little effort^ now. that he  had adapted to' his loss. He got to a cave,  high up on a cliff. He built a fire in1 the/;  face of. the cave^ and'went to sleep for  two days. '     ���, ,   ^    .  When he awoker lie~saV~the"~ whole"  valley alive with action. He found' out  ,  that he; was on the highest cliff in the >.  valley. From there, he could watch over  the whole   valley.  He  thought he  yas  going  home,   but then  he  remembered  that  whoever went into the Forbidden;,  Valley never came out alive. So he got a ,  wooden pole and started chipping away'  at some flintstone to, make the head of ���  a spear. He then went out to find some -;  food. He came back an hour later, aftirig  killing a sabre tooth tiger. He ate quite a '  n^a  ueb_3eb  ^^aira^a��^reB^^^^^g��  their fresh poetry and prose,  Topics range from logging to loons  to dreams to terror.  LOGGING  The axes swing   ' v .     >  And the cables clank,  As four big .timbers come  Crashing down the bank.  The chokers howl      ' / ���  And the steel spar sways,  , I'll probably log  For the rest of my days.  The far off sound of the  Falling trees  Echoes in the Mountain  And drifts with the breeze.  But the only, sound  That is around this hill  Is from the far-off splashing  At the big log spill.  Neil Fraser, Grade 6  The enemy ship was ready to fire,  And those from the fort stood ready.   >  The war began  'The fighting started.  Some bloody deaths���  Some clean survivors . . .  Some died from bullets,  Others from fright." ���  Some ran away.,  Afraid to fight.  The enemy's ship exploded  And the war was over.   .  The soldiers from, the fort ���  ^Numbered few;  But they still rejoiced their victory.  Ihe water was red,  1 he dead lay on the beaches  That night. 'V ,)  The soldiers were happy  Although they were few,  Eecause they had fought  All the way through.    s  Kelly Webber, Grade 6  days. Every day he would go out, hunt  and. kill, and he lived there for" the rest  or his days.' 1 f  David Schwindt, Grade 6  THE DAYSS DREAM BY  The days dream, by,  Like birds in the sky.  How I wish I could know,  What makes me feel so low.  I wish I could be a bird,    ^  And'fly away to another world.  I'd leave my troubles behind,  In the world of my kind.  But the days go past  So very, very fast..  And the days dream ,by  Like birds in the sky. '    ,\  Glehda Powell, Grade 7  SIGHT ___  THE TORCH OF TERROR FORBIDDEN VALLEY  The torch of terror came into my sight,    One dayl an  eleven-year old boy was  ��� 4-~ ^ji ��� w�����*.,i -.:���!,��� g0 thirstyl he bent down to get a drink,  It came to spoil a beautiful night,  It moved round arid round  And up and down.  It burnt the houses,  It burnt the steeple,  It even burnt the townspeople.  It burnt the graveyard,  It burnt the cross,   ��� "   *  It burnt the lampposts,  All was lost.  v Kelly Webber, Grade 6  ARK  In forty, days and forty nights,  - The earth wasAflpoded and gave us fear,  We loaded the animals two by two,  When we hit land we let them through.  Our family walked off . . .  Our family of five,   <���  Children we beared  Are still alive. ^  -        Fredie Verhulst, Grade 7  ��  ,  .    PROFESSOR  IRVING  "Professor Irving says that the Universe  is like a black hole. Is that right, Prof-  fessor?"   "Hummm,   yes,' that's   right.   I .  figured that  if the Universe is never-  ending arid black, I've got the right .to  call it a black hole, and furthermore, I'm  going to call  the 'galaxy we're in the  'Milky Way'. This is because I like their  chocdlate  bars.   I'm   going   to  call  the\  stars 'diamonds' because I said' so, and  they   tw&nkle   like  diamonds; , Do  yoii \  knQ^that I_fouridfa;'bigf red; shiny .thihgv..^  in  the sky?" "No,  I  didn't;"  said  the  announcer. "'"Well, anyways,  I'm  calling '  it the '.sun'. I'm the first to discover it;  I'm great, great, great! That's all!' "Well,  that's all the time we have for today. Till  tomorow, good night from News Hour,  74."  Hugh Duffy, Grade 7  A TORCH OF TERROR  A torch of terror came into my sight,  A torch of terror, on the brink of a night,  My eyes glow deep,  My hart pounds, although I sleep.  A shadow approaches; the depth of the  night,  A shadpw approaches; my candle in sight.  The footsteps pound loud, like horse  hooves, '  For a bright light awaits'me on the roof.  *  Diano Campbell, Grade 8  LOONS    Loons are a very pretty bird,  They make a funny jsound,  They have a call so long and lonely -  It makes you feel so different.  They have a very graceful swim,  But when1 they are In trouble,    ,' ,,,<���  They dive and swim so very far, '<'  You don't know where they've gone to,  Howard FU-slmmonn, Ricky MacDougall,  1   | i        'Grade 8  MOUNTAINS  Sometimes a mountain  Looks very high,  As if .it was going to touch the sky.  On top of a mountain,   *  You feel so great, (  When you breatho In that clean air.  It's just so pure and cold and fresh-  In tho lovely winter month. ,  Howard Fitsnlmmons,  Grade  0  , , NATURE  Nature is funny '  In different ways.    ���  Tho wny , it destroys. '  "*^'Andnhc:wny"irrhaI^  Somo kinds of life nro full of joy.  And some kinds of life are hs dull ns a  ''blackboard, ,         , .'  Howard Fltxslmmona, Grado 0  THE PASSEN-JARE  Tho conductor, when ho receives a fare,  Muni punch in the,presence of tho  pnsscn-jnre:  A'blue trip-sllp for nn olght-cont jfnro,  A buff trip-Blip for a nlx-ccnt fnro,  ; A pink trip-slip for a tbrcc-cont fare,  All In tho presence or tho pnason-Jnro,   ,  Punch, boys, punch-punch with enro,  All In the presence of tho pnnson-jaro,  Ricky MocDougiUl, Grndo 8  and his hand was bitten off by piranhas.  Then he. saw a sign which . said, "For-  . bidden Valley." At that very second, a  giant bird appeared; one that we thought  was extinct. It picked up the boy, and  he saw all of the prehistoric monsters  that we thought became extinct ^millions  of years, ago.  The next thing the  boy  knew, he was dropped on the ledge of  a mountain. There, he saw a sabre tooth  tiger come around the corner. He jumped  off the ledge and .landed on a bfonto-'  saurus. The animal turned around, looked  at the boy, and took off likity-split. The,  boy hung on as tight as he could, with  Nothing I see, I"ve been blind a day,  For it just happened in the month of  May.  All of' a sudden���It's a strange world,  All I can see is a world of darkness.  Many   problems   I .have���I   bump  into  chairs  I fall down the stairs  I trip a step or two���  A letter adressed to me . . .  But a letter I cannot see. ' '  "Diane Campbell, Grade 6  B.C. IS A  BEAUTIFUL PLACE  DON'T MESS IT UP!  mmmmmimitKimmmDtmmtmmtmmmmmmim  Crestwood      #  Cameo  �� Monogract  wm^mii&^m  "H  Jwovbe ^ound eJJldtnbut  mmmmmmMmmmmmM  %  886-2848  0  24 Hro.  '���;;. ''t :'" JMJfO ��S VISION MW:, ���: ;:  ��� . . has moved to Peninsula Motors Gulf Station  showroom next to the hospital In Sechelt These  now facilities will give better display and service  to our many custumers.  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M���w^ - ^p^iS WORK PAOTS $/  grey "only;1 regular "$9.98"���- ----- -----   p  TfERMS CASH ��� ALL SAILES FINAL ������ STARTS'JANUARY-31st  SECHELT o 8S5-933��  E i WWiWaflnTilH I1T1 winnn/uuinjinmromiu)nnnnjnnnnnnnnnnnnrnnrnrr*ir-"r  ' / may be wrong, but I shall not be so .wrong as to fail to say what I believe to be right."  ���John Afxnre .  A H. Alsgard, Publisher      ; U";r,-"'     ,  ���"-, ���   Richard T. Proctor, Managing Editor  umjiauinnnnniW-vinnnnri-iffi���---------------���-'���-���-������"���������������������iai�����������������_a_���_  ^^5i$SS5^S:S:iSS:::S::ft!:t::  MARKING in downtown Sechelt is becoming acute but that does not mean  nothing is  being done , about > it.  Aid.  Ernie Booth has told The Times that he-  the prescribed 1,000 feet from the bank  building.  If persons park at such large shopping areas as Park Royal, they will like-  is investigating the parking situation in ly walk more than 1,000,feet so it ..should  the village. not be difficult in the village of Sechelt.  However, until the parking problem ' However, with the added floor and  is alleviated, the situation remains and the parking and traffic that' will gener-  will become more serious as the weather ate, the problem will increase. It is not  improves and more summer residents  come to town. Particularly bad is the  corner of, Cowrie and* Wharf and the  area'in front of the post office and'the  Red and White Store.  ,', That does not mean that there is no  parking at all. There is plenty if people  are willing to walk. On Inlet, parking  is available on both sides of the street  for the entire length to Dolphin. Beside  the liquor store there is public parking  and as well beside C &--S. Hardware.  There are also some public parking  spaces at the former taxi stand on Inlet  Peninsula Holdings'-fault that the village,  blocked off space for six cars in front  of the new building. The, village took  such action because jf felt there is danger in vehicles backing off into the main  flow of traffic i Many, persons have tried  to blame the department of highways for  that situation, but officials deny responsibility. However, they concur with  the village's thinking that the situation  of parking in front, is potentially dangerous. ' . ' ,  . What then, is the answer? -  We would hesitate    to recommend  This is my first blind date too.  Although parking is scarce* at the 'parking meters but what about, limit  i        ..   -Cm. .....   i      i_   ���!_���      ..._���__    ��� : i.:__   *~   ���-,~���:e:���   *:���,��,.     ������.,   *��,������  Bank of Montreal building, which is  owned by Peninsula Holdings Ltd., the  situation is. partly remedied by space that  is available behind the Sechelt Medical  Clinic, which is also owned by Peninsula Holdings. The village bylaw states  that parking space "shall be on the  same site with the main building or located not more than~ 1,000 feet therefrom." The clinic parking lot is within  Aldermanic verbosity  ing parking to. specific times, say two  hours at the maximum on the main  streets. Such action would move the daylong parkers or employees who park in  front of their place of employment taking up space for'customers.' Such a law scored by SMT head  would not be difficult to enforce. A per- *  son could be'hired during busy periods  to ma'rk tires. Funds "derived from fines  could possibly pay the' expenses.  ^#��  Letters to the Editor are the opinions of readers, and not necessarily those of The Times. A  nom-de-plume may be used for publication, but all originah must be signed by the writer.  GIBSONS' provisional budget for 1974  will undoubtedly prompt cries of  "unfair" from many local taxpayers.  And, at first glance, their protestations  seem to be justified.  li'Aljd. Kurt Hoehne, chairman of  council's finance committee, has predicted that this year's mill rate may  climb as high as 33.96, an increase of  desirable, ' and few would argue that  they are not,, then the money will have  to be found.  Another major upcoming expense  for the village is the new sewer system.  Increasing labor and material costs have  skyrocketed the price tag from an estimated $800,000 to over $1 million.  Just from looking at the magnitude  over five mills compared" to .the  1973    0f these figures, it is quite clear that tax-  figure, payers must pay more in 1974 than they  In addition, the cost of village serv-    have ever paid before. But then, services  ices I may increase" by an average of 50    have never been better before.  As the cost of providing services  goes up, the cost of "buying' those services increases, too. That's simple arithmetic. And local residents hiust learn to  accept the effects of inflation at the  municipal level just as they have in the  business marketplace.  , An increased tax bill is not an indica--  tion, as some people seem to think, that  council is getting greedy. It is a sure  indicator that;the village is developing  to meet the challenge of the future.  Instead of quibbling over paying a  per^ 'cent if bylaw amendments proposed  by Hoehne are approved. (Full details  of these boosts appear elsewhere in this  week's issue.)  All in all, taxpayers can expect to  see a hefty increase in their municipal  bills this year.  But the simple truth of the matter is, that cqsts are rising all around us  -^cjusiras much-fortthe, municipalities as'  f��V"'^ividtfaIs^_nd b_iln_ssesr";��',?  Even the cost of connecting a home  to the village water system has soared  in recent years. So if taxpayers went'. to  use village services, they must be prepared to pay for it at the going rate. ,  Gibsons is facing a $200,000 expenditure to upgrade the water system.  This will bring up to standard fire pro-  taction in the village and provide homeowners with adequate water pressure.  If these two improvements are felt  Editor, The Times,  Sir: It seems almost weekly one could  spend time trying to bring out the true  facts of certain situations. This time it  concerns the verbosity of some aldermen in the village of Sechelt.and the  devastation of the parking problem.  ��� In your report of the council meeting  (Times, Jan. 23) alderman Watson stated  that SMT was using six tto eight spaces  for entry into their yard and that they  are only allowed one 30 foot entry. Last  year when our employees could no longer find, space in our yard to park because"  employees of other ��� nearby businesses  were using our space because their employers were not providing parking space,  I applied to the village and received permission from them and the department of  highways for twp 30 foot entries. Some  aldermen like a few other elected officials  don't seem to think it necessary to ask  questions or do any research.  Alderman Watson also stated that SMT  would soon be moving out of-the depot. I  don't know where he got this information  from other than perhaps wishful thinking.  However, to ease the mind of the "public,  we are not closing the depot and to ease  the minds of the village fathers, we are  not allowing our yard to become public  parking. But in any event I can sit here  and be rather smug. about the parking  because we, like some othefj business  Ipeople, were'here' before, the parking  bylaw came into being, so 'we can critize  all we want and be comfortable in the  ��� refer to the editorial in which you attacked the idea of "deschooling society."  What concerns me most is how a  newspaper can praise a man in July, list  ���~~all his accomplishments and qualifications, describe the recognition he has received as a successful innovator in education and then in December ridicule him  without looking into what he is talking  about, as appears evident to me from the  superficiality of your criticism of the  idea of deschooling society. Have you  read any of the books written by John  Bremer, or Ivan Illich?  Maybe your intention was to stimulate  interest. If so, I don't fault you. Was it  P. T. Barnum who said there is no such  thing as bad publicity?  One thing more I would like to say.  During the present school term I have  asked a few high school students what  they thought of John Bremer, the new  commissioner of education. It makes me  ^ unhappy to' report that none of them  knew what I was talking about.  What happened? The news media made  it clear to me that Bremer wanted students to let him, know their thoughts  about what was wrong/With school. But  kids don't pay much attention to the  news media.  Especially kids  who don't  ���See page B-3  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 some remarkably good  suggestions.  Most, of the ideas have' merit ami  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.)  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 list;���it-  may already have been suggested.  WHY DON'T THEY? ���       ^  ���Put a traffic signal at Wharf Street  and Highway-101?  ���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.hria  a 50 m.p.h. zone is dangerous?  ���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?  ���Dump highway fill at the ravine  Page B-2 The Peninsula Timet  ,    Wednesday, January 30, 1974  at the S-behds?   ' " ��� %  ���Stop all large trucks from using  the ferries from Friday noon to Monday morning?  ���Start evening classes" immediately  after day school?  ���Number power poles so that residents can have an 'address'?  " ���Put litter boxes by the big multiple rural route mail boxes?  ���Repair the potholes on the Sechelt  waterfront? _i_.  ���Conduct adult classes in basic poli-"  tical science?  ���Put' big cars in outer lanes and  small cars in inner on ferries?  ���Make jurik car dealers fence their  lots?  ���Pave the lane behind the Bank of  .Montreal, Sechelt?'  ���Give derelict cars parked on-public  areas 24 hours, to be removed?  ���Charge for use of rural mail boxes  and general delivery?  ���Use dispensers for cups on ferries?  tJiiaiiiaiaiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiaiaiiiiiiiiiiiiiaiiiiiiiiiiiiiaiiii;  ��\ MISS BEE'S -  I   CARD .GIFTSHOP   I  ���a JJ  | Wharf Rood - Sechelt - 885-9066 _  jj P.O. BOX 213 |  jj?. Hallmark-Court* cards and wrappings. ��  : Fine English china cup* and saucers. -  :    Boutique items, local  artists  paintings.    \  liiiifaiiiiiffiiaiiiiifiifuiiiiiiiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiaiiiiiiaiiiir  A  n  ii'  BRANCH  140, SECHELT  (Branch and Ladies Auxiliary)  SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 2nd - 8:00 P.M.  monies  Admission:  $1.50 per person  *m*^m"mFmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmMm  few, extra tax dollars, Gibsons residents,   knowledge that it won't effect. us.  should think, instead, of the vastly im- " G. E. HOPKINS  proved services those dollars are provid- "    '    Manager  ing. SMT Coach Lines Ltd., Sechelt  It's quite a bargain, and council  should be congratulated on making those  amenities possible without increasing  service costs and the mill rate more than  they have done. ���  IF THE body count, was  a little low   bodies, the floor ;was occupied, more  at the organizational meeting of  Gibspns Ratepayers' Association Jan.  24, enthusiasm certainly was not.  And if the age of the founder members proved to be a shade above the  national average, this was more than  countered by an abundance of youthful  thinking, in the best sense of the term.  ! It seems surprising that the village  . has endured for 18 years without a ratepayers' association. But, now, the situation lias been rectified and the future  often than not, by one or other of a select  clique of members, who gave forth on  their pet subjects with little regard for  the will of the membership.  So it was only natural that the association should fold/  Now, Gibsons' ratepayers have a second chance to band themselves into, an  effective and decisive group with the  good of the village as its sole objective.  If the new association is to flourish,  it is essential that the definition of a  seems bright for this group of concerned ratepayers' association be clarified,  und motivated taxpayers. It is not a body established to lobby  Vic Eckstein promises to bring to for a low mill rate. It is   a body estab-  thc president's chair the wisdom of his Hshcd to ascertain the best'possible use  years coupled with a fresh outlook on for tax hinds and to press village coun-  the development of Gibsons.' And his cil and,  if necessary, other    levels of  executive, comprising Amy Biain as  secretary and jNclson Mooro as vice-  president, seem, to be up to the mammoth  task ahead of them.  government, to use local tax dollars to  best advantage.  And this "best advantage" is gauged  not by the needs and" wishes of the as-  While  we're dishing out boUqucts- sociation's most vociferous speaker, but  with (ho abandon of a drunken sailor,  wo could certainly not overlook the  role played by Aid, Kurt Hoehno in the  formation of the association.  ���-"���It-would"'bc"fnlr-kto-*sny>��"that*,w��thout'"  * Moclmo's groundwork, Gibsons would  .still be without n voice for the taxpayer,  Now we get down to the crux of  matter, The reason Gibsons' previous  ratepayers' association foundered some  18 yearN ago was because Its members  proved themselves incapable of sustaining the organization as an effective forum  fpr discussion arid act ion by local taxpayers, ...v.,-  As happens with so many cx-offjelo  The Penwsuu* 'Jj+mo  . ������ * i       ,,,i    ,        ���  Published Wednesdays nt Sechelt  ������,������ ,,   ,., on���n(c.'s jSiintfilne, Com j  "by1  I'owtU River Ncwa Town Crier  Sechelt Times UA, .  Box 310 * Sechelt, B.C.  Sechelt flfl5-9654 or ��85-2<535  OIlMonV 886-212,  Subscription Rules; (In advance)  Locftl, $7 p��r year. Beyond 35 miles, $B  U,S,A��� $10. Oversow $11.  Serving the area from Port Mtllon to P.gmont  (Howe Sound to Jrrvti Inlet)  by the needs arid wishes of the mem"  bcrsiiip as a wholo, provided, of course,  that the membership reflects a fair cross  section of the community;  ������To'MthlsM'end')-M>-lt'-ls-lmporntivoh*that-  tho organization attracts a larger membership. A few enthusiasts are no substitute for a fair cross section.  '  ���  Eckstein  urged,   members    to encourage their friends and relations to join  the body, '  Ann wo urge every taxpayer in Gibsons to make his voice heard through the  association, Total backing and support  Is essential if Gibsons Ratepayer Association is to flourish ns an effective  nnd influential voice for tho people  True north, not so free  Editor, The Times:  Sir���Remember when we were proud  to sing; "O Canada, our home and native  land?" That was before the socialists and  neo-socialists drove. us off our land by  way of massive taxation. "True patriot  love in all thy sons command?" Except  those with loyalties to Castro, Mao Tse  tung Nand Breshnev.  "With glowering hearts we see thee  rise" -1 rising taxes, rising food prices,  rising interest. rates and rising Indignation among citizens. "The true North  strong and free?" Free sanctuary to U.S.  draft dodgers, Chilian radicals and European criminals; free handouts to any kpok'  who can spell gimmi: freedom to P&n-  , handle on the streets flourishing a'switchblade; freedom for homosexuals to sollcite  on the streets nnd free government grants  to do your own thing.      \ ,'. '���..���',  "O Canada, we stand on guard for  thee?" Like fun we i do I Most citizens  are so apathetic they have allowed politicians, perverts and pink-petticpatcd  manipulators to lead them around by tho  noso.rI personally value my Canadian heritage too much to lie down and bo trampled into the dust of any "peoples, para-  dlsel"    ��� "    ���      ; ,.(        ���'���,',,'������,.  Patricia Young,  1030 Nanton Ave,  Vancouver 0, B.C.  The tall of John Bremer  Editor, The Tlmesi  '      ��� -'���   : , ;   '  Slr-^-It 'appears that tho controversy  about tho Into commissioner of education  -hnsdleddown on-tho Peninsula,-At least  tho two most recent issues of Tho Times,  carry no nowa on tho subject,1 '  1 During tho summer and /all, ho, John  Bremer, was often front pngo material  and I for one was grateful for the cover-  ago provided In Tho Peninsula .Times.  But JDamo Fortune, it flooma, did not  smllo for long on the lH-fntcd Mr, Brcm-  or and when hard times began to descend,  I'll did "hot"take"the" editor of The Times  long to rush In with tar and fcathcra, I  Times gone by  Jan. 31,fl��73���Charles Goodingj ��� sec- ���  retary/of the Sunshine Coast Regional District, acting as a private citizen, asked the board to halt subdivisions. Gooding made the request after  rain and heavy runoff inundated his cottage in Davis Bay.  Fifty Elphinstone students planned to  go on a rice diet to draw attention to the  plight of persons- in developing countries.  Gibsons and Sechelt villages and the  Sunshine Coast Regional District board  all approved April 14'as the date for' '  a vote on the recreational centre.  A preliminary report on the new  Sunshine Coast highway would be available in, a few months,, planner Ed Cuy-  lits told regional board members.  Jan. 29, 1969���School board re-  ported that its 1969 budget of $1,853,-  185 would be similarto the 1968 budget,  Skillful handling of village funds by  clerk Davo Johnston has gained the village of Gibsons interest of $2,300;  Highways department    crews were ,  lauded for keeping the highway open  to Port Mellon following heavy snowfall, Snow is five feet   deep in some  sectors. ' >  Jan.' 29, 1964���-The editor of the,  Peninsula Times, Joan Donley, was  critical of St. Mary's Hospital board of  directors because they banned her from  meetings, The Times* account of Mrs.  Donley's scrap with the board took up  the entire front page and a picture was  featured with Mrs, Donley peeking in  a window to"sec how tho society spends  taxpayers':money", A front page editorial  , was also featured.  Gilbert Joe, Alfred August and Reg  Paul have accepted nominatlpn to run  for chief of ;tho' Sechelt Indian band,  ""A"new cliicf"mustbTelcolcd toIcplaco*  \ Charlie Crnigon who died in 1963.  W. Milllg'rih. hospital administrator,  said that $100,000 month In taxes will  ��� be spent on the new hospital,  eade  OF OUR  Recycle this Wowopnporl  PHONEMATE  tmoM$xi$   ANSWERING  # Answers phono (In your own  voice)  ��  Records Incoming messages  $149.95 EACH  (Installation and batteries Incl,),  mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmimmmmmmmmmmiimmmmi^mmm  For freo dcmonitrotlon call  Ed Nicholson ��� 885-2896  VOLVO CARS ft STATION WAGONS  INTERNATIONAL   TRUCKS   AND  RECREATIONAL VEHICLES  PHONEl   ��70.62J)1  r  '�����.��. (WU^)C,  OP  ,B.6.n Jacobsen AAbtors Ltd.  ..      ���     '.       RICHMOND, B.C,  'il I  SECHELT: 885-9654  or 885-2635  GIBSONS: 886-2121  369 NO, 3 ROAD  TH&PtMlSlLA T-^^  ������ EHjJM^'IHW w m l.lll-ia_% *JW*  fJtHaH<__ltw_MV_  ZT7  j> 1tWWVHm*t^^M*0WI^MIAMV*M%A*AA*MI****0i**A'  Use   them    for   steady,    low-cost  advertising to talk to 10,000 people!  Classified AdBriefs reach more than  2,500 homes every week.  THE TIMES  885-9654 or 885-2635 (Sechelt)  886-2121 (Gibwao)  MORE ABOUT  aiijitifiaiattwifMiiMii%fiai��-w��w>ii_MW��aw��iii^^  _.,  9��r   .  '"h  Freezer Meats of  all kinds   Special on Front' Quarters  I       Garden Bay Store - 883-2253  jj     "Fine Meats for Fine People"  -"aiimaaiiiaiaiiiiaiiuiiiiiaiiaimaaaaaiaiaiaiiaiiaiaamimiamii?  �� Readers Right  like school or are not doing well in school.  And apparently the' schools failed to  explain to the students that someone was'  around who wanted to hear from them  and could maybe give ' them more than  sympathy.  * Arthur Shaw  Sechelt  Pankratz keeping in touch  with Coast-Chilcotin riding  Editor, The Times,  ��� Sir: We get many questions about our  activities; so I hope you have'space for  this letter.  We left Williams Lake over a year  ago to accept a consulting contract in  Ottawa . When this wats completed, I  picked up another contract, helping a  California firm with their farm and ranch (  investments.  I keep in close touch with the Progressive Conservative party helping whenever I can. My good friend the Hon. Alvin  Hamilton, energy critic for the PC party,  keeps me abreast of major issues in Canada.  We are anxiously looking forward to  returning home soon to the Cariboo..It  was necessary to seek contracts so far  from home, regardless of personal inconveniences, in order to keep the Pankratz  family afloat. We came to realize that  campaigning takes large personal cash  outlays apart from direct campaign expenses.  Looking back, we feel that our first  political experience was very worthwhile.  We gained many new friends and learned  to love anew the Cariboo-Chilcotin country.  Politically, we made one, of the largest  percentage gains of any candidate in 'all  of Canada, when compared with the .1968  election. - Also, we had the privilege- of  \(ea%m��e&  T.V. SALES AND SERVICE  chuck Stephens  Sales & Service  Next door to Coast Cable Vision 0 Sechelt 885-2568  New Gibsons Service Depot:  J. HARVEY CO. - 886-2346  ���fr OUTRAGE -The ordeal of Greenpeace III, by  David McTaggart  ir THE WONDERFUL WORLD OF NATURAL FOOD  COOKERY  ir SILENT SPRING by Rachel Carson  it CHESS MADE SIMPLE  ir BRIDGE FOR BRIGHT BEGINNERS.  it LORD OF THE RINGS by J. R.  Tolkien  adding, machines' and typewriters  ^JRUMBACHEil ART SUPPUES  OFFICE STATIOlNERt  COWRIE STREET  ft  SECHELT  ft  PHONE 885-2527  ���continued from editorial page  serving our country in a very real way.  Our campaign spearheaded in every area  of Coast-Chilcotin by dedicated local  people, helped put the brakes on the  "something for nothing" policy of the  federal government. ���  We fought very hard to remove the  capital gains taxes on father-son transfers  of ranches and farms���a major success!  Most important, our campaign caught the  imagination of the young people. Most  high school students had never heard  about" the good sides of free enterprise  uhtil our campaign took this message into  the schools. This is so important because  free enterprise is worth conserving���it is.  the ,only system that encourages individual initiative and guarantees personal  freedoms.  In closing I want to report that 1973  has been a good year for the Pankratz  family. The greatest event occurred in  October with the birth of a lovely baby  girl, a sister for our four sons. Financially, our contracts have ..given us a new  lease on our political hopes and ambitions.  We can now look seriously at the next  election, although the PC nomination depends on the people of Coast Chileotin.  I wish that 1974 will be_a' year of  achievement for alf the hard-working  people in the heartland of B.C.���also  known as Coast Chileotin.  JOHN PANKRATZ  1731 S. Quince St.  Escondido, Calif. 92025  Subdivision by-laws  Editor, The Times:  Sir���Incorrect reporting is as bad as  incomplete subdivisions.  I am writing this letter to set you  straight in regards to my letter about a  subdivision sent to the Gibsons village  council and reported on by you in your  last issue both on the front page and  editorially.  Charles English Ltd. has made mariy  subdivisions in the village of Gibsons  and if you had taken the time and the  trouble to find out, you would have found  that the village has had a policy of the  Developer paying for all services, such  as water, roads, power, etc. for the last  five years and required bonds for this  work, until it was completed; and nothing was borne by the village of these  costs, nor by the taxpayers, as wrongly  mentioned in your editorial.  If you had also read my letter, you  would find it pointed out that there were  extra costs, over and above these services (hat my client was questioning,  such as the raising of an already existing  road, put there by the village and part  of the storm drainage system.  Your editorial makes it sound like  the village pf Gibsons had no rules or  regulations in the past and was' ready to  be ripped-off by any developer, when in  truth they have had a planner and an  unregistered by-law for years which they  are now just getting around to passing.  It is obvious that a developer is in  the business to make money, but he  wants to make it as fairly as a newspaper  does, without writing editorials or news  that is not true.  J. W. Visser  Charles English Ltd.  Editor's  note:   Gibsons  council never'  has had a written policy requiring deve-  , lopers to pay the cost of servicing their  lots. Agreements occasionally were made  with individual developers but frequently committed the village to paying the  cost of installing some or most services.  We are confident there were no inaccuracies in  either  the recent, editorial  or  news report concerning subdivisions.  The dinosaur replies  Editor, The Times:   ,  Sir���Since the letters of Mr. Burnside  and Mr.; White (The Times', Jan. 23) are  so different in their reports, the first  question in whether they were on the  same committee. ,  Through Mr, White (now up in,the  $60,000 plus range of LIP gants) says he  withdrew from voting, why was he on  the committee at all when it was known  he was an applicant. Mr. White failed to  explaift this. '' 7 ���','.;. ���  Mr, Burnsldo's defence of the grant to  Mrs. Macleod and Mr. Dalgleish shows a  Tho PeniMiila Time- Page B-3  Wednesday, January 30, 1974  close personal knowledge of them..When.  was this knowledge gained and how did  it affect the neutral attitude required by -  Mr. Burnside for fair judgement of all  the other applications? . ,   ^  The taxpayers, who are paying for all  this; can accept either Mr. Burnside's or  Mr: White's account of proceedings and decide whether our money was spent well  or foolishly.  Dennis (the dinosaur Shuttleworth  Sechelt  Watson denies statement  Editor, The Times:  Sir���In the interest of "setting the  record straight" again, I wish to take  exception to- statements accredited to  me in the first paragraph of the lead item  in the Jan. 23 issue of The Times.  I have been reported as saying that  the firm's actions were damnable. Not  so! I did say however that the parking  situation was damnable and getting  worse and that the extention to the bank  would not help.  The parking situation exacerbated by  the extension to the bank building was  brought about by the closure of access  to the front of the site, by the previous  village  administration. ,_  At the time of issuance of their building permit the owners were in compliance with the parking bylaw. While they  are now in contravention it is through  actions not of their making.  I further ndte that the remarks printed under the picture of the bank building  are seriously in error on two counts. The  parking at the rear is not correctly stated  and it is not true that there were never  any parking spaces at the front.- There  were in fact six spaces, these unfortunately are no longer available for use as  previously   explained.  I believe ��� that the highways department may have had a finger in the  closure of access at the front.  Yours objectively speaking.  ,   Norman Watson,  Alderman, Village of Gibsons  Editor's note: The front parking clos-.  ure was instigated by the village, not the  department of highways, department officials told The Times. The village's 1968  bylaw requires that for every 500 square  feet of floor space at least one car unit  must be allowed.  Squaringly yours  ���by Maurieo Henutreot  CAN'T look, out the window-, the shutters   '  are up, it's been snowing again, I'm.  'bout to give up, the frosts coming out,'   ,  there's mud to you knees, caught a cold,' .  beginning to sneeze, only one thing to-do   ���  and you can bet, just get a partner, help *  square a set, Oh! Yeah! big feet, little  feet, awalkin oh the floor, pick-up your  partner,   we  will  promade   some  more.  Anyone for a square dance?  A week ago I missed putting in the  name of our last guest. Sorry about that  Elma. P_6wever its very nice to see that.,  Lorne   and' Elma' Lovell,  fronv Gibsons ;  are becoming regulars and  at our last  ' square dance I  took along two of our  ���  local teenagers, Kelly and John. I think   ,  they had a good time after they got on  the f.oor and did a few squares, I imagine   ;  they will let me know sooner or later,  I'm still looking forward to going down  to the Roberts Creek school Friday. More  about that next week.  The Country Stars are really going'  good, but we are still missing some of  the real stars from the past few seasons,'  like 3eryle Blackstock,-who was just in .  the hospital, she will be back. The Doc-,  tors are recuperating and Beryle is doing  fine too, but will you kindly hurry up?  I bought a, Powell River News paper  the other day, to see if there "was any  word of square dancing up there these  days. If anyone up there reads my column, I sure would appreciate hearing from  square dancers about square dancing in  that area. After all, my first trip to an '  outside club was to Powell River where  we had a fantastic time. Drop.me a line.  That's to: M. Hemstreet, Box 33, Sechelt,  .  ��� B.C., I will gladly return the paper, envelope and a new stamp. Or, better still  come for a visit, we square dance on Fri-  . day nights at the Golf Club. Thank you!  I said to my wife Peg the other day;  Why aren't you like the wise old owl,'  who lived in an oak, the more he heard  the less he spoke, the less he spoke the  more he heard. Why aren't you like that  old bird? -   .  Well, after that, I guess I had best  start running, so I will leave you with  this thought in mind; if you don't get  started on what you want to do, you will  never get finished. So meet your honey  by the old back gate, head for the square  dance hall and we will square up ejght.  u ���-���.'"ui'u1 jwaff.wjjff1.!'  *��g��KI^C��;U��,5'^^^  Choose your favourite Festival of Sports events  and plan to attend during the  ii  ?#��fc#_Ptfl/iW5lR  ffMM^Bfl^QUS^S^.  Your MERCRUI5ER Headquarters on the Sunshine Coast  it REPAIRS je IWSTA1LATIONS ic SALES  ] *wv��������#vwvrwv��*wflywu����vwWMVt��yvwMWMW^^  165 h.p.  iWERCRUISER  Motor and Leg overhauled  $1450  I.   .. ' ��� '���  ��� ..,'���,��� '���;'��� -,:-���,= ...������-.:..,.;:i,.,-,,:::���;,=a  160 h.p.  MERCRUISER  Motor completely overhauled,  now outdrive & trim cylinder*  $1450  ���VAAA4UWV  SHARP REFLECTION TYPE  Automatic Ignition  i   Kerosene Heater  $75   ���'���  ��\ivwi��yvwvwww��tvvvv������rvvvvwv����v������ww^^  OU1BQARD5:  SLIGHTLY USED i73  9.8 h.p. Mercs  $465  1971 7.5 h.p. MERC  $309  NEW 1973  9.8.h.p. MERC  Regular $620  $515  NOW IS THE TIME TO THINK ABOUT RE-POWERING YOUR INBOARD/OUTBOARD OR INBOARD  FOR SPRING  i  MADEIRA PARK  January 31-February 4  Weekend/February 1, Z, 3  FORT ST. JOHN "MUKLUK RENDEZVOUS"  Feb. 1-3. BURNS LAKE WINTER CARNIVAL  Feb. 1-10. VERNON WINTER CARNIVAL Feb.  1-10. BADMINTON Port Alberni Feb. 2, 3.  BASKETBALL Armstrong Feb. 2, 3; Victoria  Feb. 1, 2. BOWLING Dawson Creek Jan. 3t;  Nanaimo Feb. 4. CURLING Cloverdale Feb. 2;  Cranbmok'Feb. 3, 4, 5, 6; Fernie Feb. 2, 3; "  ��� MtfCKenzie Feb. 2, 3; Vernon Feb. 2, 3, 7, ,8,    '  9, 10. FENCING Vancouver Feb. 2, 3.  GYMNASTICS Kelowna Feb. 3. HOCKEY  Vancouver Feb. 1,2; Vernon Feb, 1,2, 3.  ICE BOAT RACING South Okanagah Feb. 2, 3.  MOTORCYCLE RACING-INDOOR Cloverdale  Feb. 2. MARKSMANSHIP Burnaby Feb. 2, 3.  RUGBY Vancouver Feb. 2. SKIING Chetwynd-  CheiwyndSkiHillFeb,10;Courtenay-  Forbfdden Plateau Feb. 3; Fairmont Mot  SprlngsirFairmont Mountain Feb. 2; Frultyale-  Beave} Valley Feb. 2, 3; Kamloops-Tod  Mountain Feb, 2, 3; Mission-Hemlock Valley  , Feb. 3; 6soyoos-Mt Baldy Feb. 1, 2; Prince  George-Tabor Mountain Feb, 3; Revelstoke-  Nels Nelsen Ski Jump Feb, 3; Revelstoke-  Mount Mackenzie Feb. 9, 10; Rossland-Red  Mountain Jan, 30, 31; Taylor-Big Bam Feb. 3;  Vancouver-Seymour Mountain Feb, 9, 10;  Vernon-SIIver Star Feb. 2, 3: SLED DOG  RACES Fort St. John Feb; 2, 3. SNOWMOBILE  RACING Nelson Feb. 9,10; Prince Georfjo  Feb, 2, 3, SQUASH Vancouver Feb, 1,2, 3.  SWIMMING Coquitlam Feb, 2; Vernon Fob, 2,  3,6^7. SYNCHRONIZED SWIMMING Port  Alberni Feb, 2, 3. TABLE TENNIS Vancouver  Fob. 2r3, TRACK AND FIELD Burnaby Fob, Ql-  WATER POLO Victoria Fob. 2.  WEIGHTLIFTING New Westminster Feb, 2,3.  r  ��stern. Canada's  Largest Select ion  of Plywood and  Parcelling.  JANUARY 17 to  FEBRUARY 4, 1974  Pick up a  "SchodulQ ot Evonlo"  alnny  Bank ol Commorco  branch or  BCAA olllco In  nrltiGh Columbia.    '"  K it" i^"^ iS  Sponoorod by tho  Govornmont ot British Columbia  Department of Travel Induotry  Hon, Ernoat Hall, Mfnlator  and tho D,C, Sports Federation ,  mmmmmmm Madeira Park Happenings  ���by kim Small  POWELL River RCMP have' determined  that there was at least $2,500 in cheques  stolen in a recent break-in of a mail  truck. A' police spokesman said, Simpson Sears pay-cheques totalling nearly  $2,500 were stolen when someone" broke  into a mail truck bound for Powell River.  The theft was discovered when the  truck arrived in Powell River at' midnight January 10. Police believe the  truck was broken into while parked on  the ferry on the last run of the night  between Earl Cove arid Saltery Bay. ���  Police believe an axe was used to  ' chop a hole in the roof of the, .truck. Five  mail bags were slit open' and {he cheques  and other articles removed. Police have  not yet determined exactly what the  other articles were but other cheques  may be involved.  They are presently working with post  office investigators on the theft.  "The cheques are plainly marked  Simpson Sears," an RCMP spokesman  said, "we are asking that anyone encountering such a cheque get in touch with  us at once. We urge anyone who is asked  to cash a cheque rigorously check for  identification..  "Also we would like anyone who was  oh that last ferry January 10 to get in  touch with us if they have not already,"  he said.  "We should be alerted about anyone  attemping to cash a cheque under any  suspicious conditions,"  he  said. .  WE are having a school crest design contest at our school. Everybody who  wants to can enter the contest. The idea  is to come up with a crest design, and  color combination that would best stand  for our~school. A team of judges made up  of students and teachers will judge- the  five best entries to choose the winner.'  This is' the crest that will be used on  school awards and for sports' teams. Many,  entries have already been handed to the  office and ��� Bertha Sandford, Margaret  Prest and Danny Fielding have done some  very good ones. The coniest ends in"  February at the end of the month.  The. teachers at our school will be  playing the RCMP a volleyball game at  noon on Tuesday. I will put in the score  from the game in next week's column.  Mr. Proctor, editor of the Peninsula  Timesv was at our school last week to  take "pictures . of our volunteer teacher  aides. Some of the pictures will probably  be in today's paper. The volunteers who  work at our school are Mrs. Glynes in  the Grade 2-3 room, Mrs. Merkel in the  Grade 6 room,' Mrs. Haddon in the music  room, Mrs. Priest with the art students,  Mrs. Crowther in the library, Mrs. Kingston in the kindergarten room, Mr. -Logan  with the Grade 5 class, Mrs.' McKenzie  who works- with .the drama class, and  Mrs. Wilcox who works with the primary  grades. All these people help in our  school in many ways. *  Many of the students in the science  classes taught by Mrs. Silvey and Mr.  Donnelly, are busy working on their sci  ence   projects . in   time  for   the   district '  Science Fair. There are some interesting  looking projects being developed. -  Meditation lecture  slated at Elphie  A LECTURE in transcendental meditation  - will-be held-at Elphinstone Secondary  School. Feb. 1 at 7:30 p.m., according to  Daryl Henn, instructor.  Henn, quoting from preliminary re-  'ports, said that transcendental meditation  increases intelligence.  He said that in 1968 the entire student  body of a high school in Reno, was given  an intelligence test. Students studying  under transcendental meditation were  matched on-IQ, age and sex with a partner in a controlled group who did not  take up the' technique.  Both groups were tested every six  weeks and Dr. Mary Ellen Vanlydegraf,  who was administering the experiment  stated: "I was most excited to find mediators' IQ scores rising consistently. The  average growth of the mediators was 11  points on the intelligence scale over a  five-year period. A few individuals made  a 20-point gain. One non-meditator made  a five-point gain but the remainder of  the non-mediators showed no improvement. The growth of.IQ in meditators  was highly significant," she reported.  Anyone wishing more information on  TM may contact Henn at 886-7654.  Pago B-4 Tho Poahoesfe Ttee.  W-dnesday, January 30, 1974  Astronomy is topic  for power squadron  SECHELT���-Jaauary meeting of the. Sunshine  Coast Power Squadron met at  the home of the Commander Don Hadden  in Selma-Park, Jan. 18.  Guest speaker was Capt. John Bungan  who spok? informally on general astronomy kseping the 20 members present  enthralled until late in the evening. A  member of the Royal Astronomical Society of Canada for many years, Capt. Bungan spoke mainly on astrophysics, dealing  more with comets and how they are  formed and how they come into the solar  system following Keppler's Law.  The recent touted, comet action in the  skies, of late has greatly increased interest  in the heavenly bodies so generalizing in  astrophysics and astronomy is just brushing the surface but perhaps the start of  more intensive study for power squadron  members.  Tickets available lor -  Pender's February Frolics  PENDER HARBOUR���Tickets are available for February Frolics, the Pender  Harbour Home' and School ^Association's  annual dance and banquet in Madeira  Park Community Hall, Feb. 1.  Proceeds from the event will be used  for school trips and a bus. A smorgasbord  will be featured and Night Train will  perform. Tickets are $5 couple and the  event starts at 7 p.m.  H!1IIIUI���U1IIIIIIIHI1IIIIIII1IIIIIIIIIIHIIHI1HIU.II1IIII1IIUJIIII1H1IIUII>I!IIIIIIUUUMIIU1JII1I.IIUIII(IIIIIIIIIIHUI1I1I1H  3  S  sa  5  S  (on Highway^! 01, or Francis Peninsula  Road)  I   Authorized <yl(Uni��Pl(��l(fil Agent  PENDER HARBOUR ��  EGMONT ��  EARL COVE  Telephone 883-2794  .  _  iiiiiinniiiiiirniiiiinrnnEiiiini-iiiHinniiiiiiiniiNiiiiiiiiiiiiiiifiiHiiiiininiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiminiiiiiiniiiia^  FREE INTRODUCTORY .LECTURE  Transcendental  Meditation fr.NL)  As taught by Maharishi Mahesh Yogi . .  FRIDAY, FEBRUARY  1  ��� 7:30 P.M.  ELPHINSTONE SECONDARY  Mobile Unit 2  T.M.  Expands Awareness  Develops  Creative   intelligence  Improves Clarity- of Perception  Provides Deep Rest as a Basis for Dynamic Action  Insures Full Development of the Individual in a Natural Way  Can be  Learned Easily and  Enjoyed by  Everyone  For further information call Daryl and Carol Henn ��� 886-7654  |MaannsMiiiaaiaMiiiaiiiaiaaaiiiaaaiaiaaiMiiaiiaiiamiaiiiiaailiiiiaammnin*imfmainMnHiaai  �� '��� ' ���'   S  ��� Pet yonr message, into mora  (boa   3,000   homM   (10,000'  readers)   in   thoea   economical.  . spots. Your ad it always thoro  for quick  reference   osaytinoi  * Here's on economicol way to  reach 3,000 homes (10,000  readers) every week. Your ad  waits patiently for ready reference .... anytime!  ^aaiaaiiaiiaimmaaiiaiiiiiiaiiaiiaiiiiaiiaiiiiiMiiiimiaiiuiMiiiiiuiiaitaiiaiaiaiiiiiaiiiaiaiiaiiniim  ACCOUNTANTS  W. Philip Gordon  CHARTERED ACCOUNTANT  Phono. Bus. 886-2714, Res. 886-7567  Harris Block, Gibsons, B.C.  ANSWERING  SERVICES  3*  DIAL-MAR ANSWERING SERVICE  * Office * Residential * Wake-up Calls  * Reasonable Rates  "Never Miss Another Phone Coll"  885-2245  APPLIANCE REPAIRS  We Repair:  ��� small kitchen & household appliancoe  - vacuum cleaners - power tools - electric  motors - almost anything small enough to  carry in.  JOHN BUNYAN'S VARIETY  ���w  ,&-"*  & ENTERPRISES  BUILDING SUPPLIES   A. C. RENTALS & BUILDING  SUPPLY LTD.  - All your Building Needs -  Madeira Park Phone 883-2585  CARPET CLEANING  CARPET & CHESTERFIELD  CLEANERS  WE CLEAN WITH  ,   ARGOSHEEN  (Free Estimates)  TOM SINCLAIR:  885-9327  phone 12-1 p.m. or after 5 p.m.  CONTRACTORS   Construction by  BRYKIM  LTD.  - General Contractors -  custom building ��� additions ��� altoratioas  custom backhoo work  Cowries  Street, Sechelt  805-9343  ARCHITECTURAL-PLANNING  SUNSHINE DESIGN  AND DEVELOPMENTS LTD.  Architectural Builders  and Development Planners  Gibsons: Box 735 ��� 886-9679  Vancouver: 731-3448  A Complete Design, Building and  Planning Service   4  ART SUPPLIES   Telephone 886-2069  ROSE I. ART ENTERPRISES  Pottery, Supplies, Classes & Flrlna  Dealer for Duncan's Ceramic Products  Pino Rood cYGrandvlow Avenue  P.O. Bex 62, Gibsons, B.C.  .BANKS"' :'������. ,;;'':  ���:,,;': .,���.���������.���,. -  ROYAL BANK OF CANADA  Sechelt Branch ��� Phono 885-2201  Gibsons Branch ��� Phone 8,6-2201  Pander Branch -- Phone 883-271)  Bok 153, Madeira Park.i  :���'''������ - -;��� ���������: 'HOURS:-'1-' t: ���'���   "''���'������  Sechelt: Tuesday.Thursday 10 a,m. to 3 p.m.  ft\, 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.; Sat. 10 a.m, to 3 p.m.  Gibsons & Pender; Monday-Thursday 10 a.m.  to 3 p.m.; Friday 10 a,m. to 6 p.m.  BOX 459,. SECHELT  885-2153  BLASTING  -L  CONTROLLED BLASTING  ^-^-^'-*XlltaWprtr*l��iMt��d-^-*-��:*--���  Proa Estimates  FRED DONLEY  fender Harbour - 883-2403  or 883-9972  TED'S BUSTING  ALU WORrv FULLY INSURED  Pesementt - Prlyeweyi . feptls TonM  Stump* - Pitch Lin**  Coll for a free estimote ony tlmo  TM) DONLEY Pender harbour 803^734  BUILDERS  .191 coMIMcI!.^.9�� ��CLLTP-  General Building Contracton  All Work Guaranteed  Phone 885-2622  WEKO CONSTRUCTION LTD.  GENERAL CONTRACTOR  Build to suit;   Home*,  Commercial  Buildings,  Vocation Homos, All kinds of Concrete Work,  Any kind of Remodelling,  fHONI VIRM, 005-2135 er 00o-3H4  COAST BACKHOE & TRUCKING  LTD.  Fill, Cement, Gravel, Drain Rock, ate.  Box 89, Madeira Park  ���  , Phone 883-2274  DOUBLE R TRUCKING  LTD.  EXCAVATING - SAND  GRAVEL - FILL  Phone 886-7109  L&H SWANSON LTD."  READY-MIX CONCRETE  Sand and Gravel - Backhoo   ��� ,  Ditching - Excavations  PORPOISE DAY ROAD  885-9666, Box 172/ Sechelt, 8.C.  P. V. Sorrices Ltd.  LOG HAULING CONTRACTOR  Direct all enquiries to:  Plspetcher at 883.2733, eves. 886-7375  Offlco Hours 8;30 o,m. to 4:30 p.m.  MORRIE'S CONCRETE ~~~  Placing and Finishing  Floors - Patios - Stoirs  , V/alks - Driveways  Free  Estimates Phone 885-9413  Land Clearing - Road Building   ,,  Tree Topping - Selective Logging  PETE DUBOIS  Telephone 883-2417  R.R. 1, Madeira Park, B.C  PHONE 885-9530  ^....^RON'SUCONTRACTING^.^^.,  Clearing - Excavations - Rood Building  '   Grading - Fill * Road Gravol - Crushed Ro��k  Phone Sechelt 885-9530  , R&s BACKHOE  R,R,  1, Madeira Park, B.C.  W. Rousseau - Phone 883-2302  "Wo aim to please"  SHOAL J^BJOHtrnTljib.  Septic TonK ��� Ditching    '  Excavating ������* Land Clearing  '  Road Building ��� Gravol Ai Fill  886-2830  ._. _i^,K._JXCAVATING,^D.^_  Gravel - Fill ��� Driveways  Oascsrncnu - Light Clearing  FREE ESTIMATES  Phono 006-2237 days or,ayes,  Pox 13, Gibsons, B.C.  OF B.C. LTD.  Sunshine Coast Division  "Tho Ono-Stop Wall ond Celling Shop"  P. Krepp* ond H. Hall  R,R,   |, Wo��t Sechelt  T*l,   Due,   005.2724,   Res.   ��aS-2320,  Yone, 873*1081  DISPOSAL SERVICES  SUNSHINE COAST DISPOSAL  SERVICES LTD.  PORT MELLON to OLE'S COVE  Tel.: 886-2938 or 885-9973  Call us for your disposal needs.  When renovating or spring cleaning  '  containers available  DIVING ~"  SCUBA WEST  R.R. 1, Halfmoon Bay, B.C.  Phone 885-2305  DRIVEWAYS  CEMENT DRIVEWAYS  Free Estimates  Bank Financing Available  Gibsons Building SuppKos  -   Phone 886-2642  MACHINE SHOPS  SPECIALTY MACHINE WORKS  ��� Hugh Boird ���  General Machine Work & Welding  Mercedes-Benz Service  Diesel Work  24 HOUR SERVICE    _  Sechelt �� 885-2523 days �� 885-2108 eves.  At tho 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  ^JiJItn. 886-7721      Ree. 886-9956, 886-9326  ELECTRICIANS  BLAIR ELECTRICAL  Contracting and  Engineering  Residential  and Commercial Wiring  Free  Estimates  Phone 886-7816  D. W. LAMONT  Electrical  Contractor  R.R.   1, Madeira Park  Phone  883-2749  Ponder Harbour  MeCANN ELECTRIC  WIRING OF ALL TYPES       ,  Residential-Industrial - Commercial  All work guaranteed - Free estimates  Jee McCnnn, Box 157, Madeira Pork ,  Rhone 883.9913  JIM McKENZIE  ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR  Ph. ��85-9978  Residential - Commercial - Industrial  SIM ELECTRIC LTD.  Gov't Certified Electrician!  Phone   Day   or   Evenings   885-2062  FUEL  RNIE WIDMAN  for all your  ,SSO PRODUCTS  Phone 883-2663  Madeira Park, B.C.  FLOORING - CABINETS  Cabinets - Carpets''-, Linoloums  HOWE SOUND DISTRIBUTORS LTD.  P.O. Box 694, Gibsons, B.C.  Blair Konnotr, sales manager  Phono 886-2765  HAIRDRESSERS  SECHELT BEAUTY SALON  ----.���- Dlonne-Allenr Proprietor ,.��r���.,.  Expert Hair Styling  Cowrie Street Phone  Sechelt 885-2818  HOTELS  ���....       -     ���������!��������� ~    -     -n���T '���- r-.���������.- |  ���-   ...    1. n  PENDER HARBOUR HOTEL  Madeira Park '    Phone 081.2377  Conventions, Dinners, Group Meetings  Weddings and Private Parties  ���full Hotel Fnelllt  SECHELT MACHINE SHOP  (or  Standard Motors)  Machinery & Equipment Repairs  First Class Workmanship  Bob Forrester.   ���  Phone 885-9464  MARINE 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'  ��� ';'   ��� Uee_ Beet Selee  FREE ESTIMATES -' PH 886-9604 or 886-91II  MOBILE HOME SERVICE -  ���'    Sea Coast ;"'",""���:  Mobile home service  (dlv,   of   Sea. Coast   Sheet  Metal   Ltd,)  ��  Complete Maintenance  ��  po..lt��Yourself Traitor Sklrtino  '24-Hr.'1  Bex 920, Soch.lt    service     Tel. 885-2712  MOVING 8i  STORAGE  ���������      "    i    - ��� "������ -"i ���'      ' ���  LEN WRAY'S TRANSFER  Household Moving, Packing, Storage  Packing Materials for sale  MEMBER OF ALLIED VAN LINES  1 Canada's No, 1 Movers  Ph. 886-2664, R.R. 1 Gibsons  NURSERY  fi���  ������  ��� ���I I ��� 1.1 ���������         ���_��������������� ���!������������ -Il.ll- II ���_. -I     ��� W��� ��� ������������,  ..i..,-Mack'e��Nursery..-.��Roberts,,i.Cre��k����,:,,,  Landscaping - Shrubs - Fruit Trses . Fertilizer  Perry Plants ��� Bedding Plants - Peat Moss  ,  Fully,Licensed Pesticide Spraying,for  Landscaping and Trees  Sunshine Coast Hwy. - M��, 886-2684  OPTOMETRIST'  FRANK   E. DECKER,  OPTOMETRIST  Bal Block, Gibsons - Wednesdays  886-2248  Secholt - Mondays - 885-9712  PAINTING  &  DECORATING  CALVIN'S PAINTING &  DECORATING  P.O. Box 94, Sechelt, B.C,  Phona 885-2107  SUNSHINE COAST PAINTERS  All typ���� of Pointing  Private fl, Commercial ,'.'..      ,  General Delivery  Madeira Path. B.C.  883-2678  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 Charlebois  Free Estimates 886-7638  Box 165, Gibsons  SEASIDE PLUMBING LTD.  Gibsons  Plumbing - Pipefitting - Steamfitting  Hot Water Heating - Pipe Lagging  FREE ESTIMATES All work guaranteed  Phone 886-7017 ,  -���"Sea- Coast - - -- "���-  SHEET METAL LTD.  Heating  ��� Ventilation  ��� Air Conditioning  Domestic,, Commercial and Industrial  Free Estimates ������ 24 hour service  Box 920, Sechelt Tel. 885-2712  PENINSULA PLUMBING LTD.  Sales and Service ��� 886-95-2  Everything for tho Do-It-Yourselfer  Contract & Renovations  FREE ESTIMATES  Lon Ceatea 886-7685  Ray Coatee 886r9533 er 886-7672  REFRIGERATION SERVICE  John Harrison  REFRIGERATION  &  APPLIANCE  SERVICE  ���',���Used appliances for sale���  Pratt Road, Gibsons  886-9959      '  RENTALS  '"i i'- ��� -1   ���"   ���" ���    ���  A. C, Rentals  Tools and, Equipment  30" Diaphragm Pump Now Available  Sunshine Coast Highway and  Francis Peninsula Road  Madeira Park Phone 883-2585  ������ .; ������,������...���������,. -i : .__,  V/hy Buy When You Can  RENTITat  COAST RENTALS  Domestic &' IndustrlalEqulpment  , from Rug Sbampooors to Lighting  R.R. 1, Dayi* 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 ��r��a.  "RENT IT AT  SUNSHINE .RENTALS LTD."  ,  North Rood,; Gibsons  "W�� Rent or Sell Almost Everything"  Typewriters ��� Lighting Plonts . Ttlevlslon*  Rota, Tillers .*.Cement.Mixers ...Lawn Rakes,.  Mechanic's Tools  PHONE B86-28<lfi ��� 24 HOUR SERVICE  >___������__��������_���_������__��������������-___���__-��� b in.  RETAIL STORES  aw���..,.��� i������~.���.--..^-...i,....!-..!.....!. ii in.��i.iiiiw_-ii_-��..a-ii,^ii ' iiwhiiiiiii-   .1     11  t  C & S HARDWARE  Sechelt, .B.C,  APPLIANCES.- HARDWARE  HOME FURNISHINGS  Phone 885-9713  ROOFING  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  SEW I IMG MACHINES   BERNINA  Sales and Service to all makes  RENTALS  Fabric House, Gibsons - Ph. 886-7525  SIGN PAINTING  ;  AL'S SIGN'TIFIC SIGNS  Show Cards - Banners - Truck Lettering  Boats - Plywood Signs - Windows, etc.  Mason Road, West Sechelt  Phone 885-2606  s   SURVEYORS   ROBERT W.ALLEN  B.C. LAND SURVEYOR  Sechelt Lumber Building  Wharf Street, Box 607  Sechelt,  B.C.  Office  885-2625      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:,;". - --,���::-. ���������������"������������.���������-,   COASTAL TIRES  Sunshine Coast Highwey  Pok 13, Gibsons, B.C. . Phone 886-2700  SALES AND SERVICE,  All Brands Available  Monday to Saturday 0;30 a,m. to 5;30 p,m,  Friday evening by appointment only  TOWING  Scows - Logs  SECHELT TOWING & SALVAGE    ��  LTD.,    .',  Heavy Equipment MoYin* & Les Tewlftfl  L. HIGGS  Ph*nt8BI-942X  TREE TOPPING  PEERLESS TREE SERVICES  ��� Complete Tree Service  1   * Prompt, flueranteed, insured work  ��� Prices you can trust  Phono 885-2109  T.V. and RADIO  J AC ELECTRONICS  PHU-CO-FORD SALES 8. SERVICE  ���hyo sorvlco all brands���  005-2568   .  next lo Coast Coblo Vision  SECHELT  ���M-n.aa_a_.ii.MPm h���.iiiwwiI.i���h.i���....ihi h.-. iw.ii i..iih.h���-��n.���.-. ������1_   ,. mi _ ��� , ,��� ,i mm,  PARKERS HARDWARE LTD.  Sales and Service  - ...Authorised. Dealer ond,Repair Depot .for..,,  QUASAR (Motorola) A PHILCO  Cowrie Street, S��*h��lt ��� Phen�� tlSt*171  SUNSHINE COAST T.V. SALES  '    ,���,,���,8, SERYICE LTD,,���_.,���.���_���._  ADMIRAL��� ELECTROHOME  and ZENITH DEALERS  Gordon Oliver ��� DerK Van H��o��  ���IN THE HEART OF DOWTOWN SECHELT"  Box 799, Sechslt ~ Phone 005-9816  CLOSED ON MONDAYS Howe Soundings  ��� by Margaret Jones  MANY hands  make light work.  Many board of Gibsons United Church for the  hands can also make a big production, use of the hall; to'the school board for the  Dick Whittington in the Sunshine King- 'use. of the elementary school; to ] the peo;  dom, fetf'instance, was written and pro- -1- '-�����"--v!-'1 ���*     "-�����*- ���-�����      ��~v__��.  duced by local people, .for "local people,  in a slightly fantastic local setting. .  The    show," a pantomime-cum-revue,  was presented by the Driftwood' Players  pie of "Sechelt for -their -good- r>eigh_or-  liness. Help with props came-from many  directions,, including Charles English Ltd.,  and J. Harvey- Department Store, Ltd., of  Gibsons. ���    - . .'.-.'  Of course, the magic in the pantomime would' hot have worked without the  little .children in the audience, who believed that, if we all worked hard, good  would triumph over evil. .  for impaired driving  SECHELT���Robert Hitchcock of Gibsons  was sentenced-to 14 days in jail Jan.  22 when he admitted his second impaired'   ish Columbia foods  driving offense.  Judge  Charles  Mittlesteadt  also imposed a six month driving suspension.    .  - The- jajl term will be served intermittently.  Under other court, news, James Wayne  Peterson, 17,' of Gibsons was placed on  juveniles were also involved..  Kenneth Phare of Gibsons was handed an extension to his probation order  for breaking the terms of probation.  for the first time ,two weeks ago in the  United Church Hall in- Gibsons,- playing  to- full houses on two. successive nights.  '   Sechelt audiences had an opportunity  to see the show in their old Legion Hall,  where it ran for two performances the  following weekend." Back in Gibsons,'the     pt"V .. 1      " ' " 1  pantomime was^een at the Elementary     blDSOllS   ]!_&--   IielS   jail  School gym on Friday night and Sunday .  . ���*    - *  afternoon.  Gordy Hauka wrote'the plot-line, assisted by Nest Lewis and John Burnside.  Scripts were non-existent. Through' improvisation, discussion, and good guidance,  characters emerged with a definite style  and a mind1 of :their own.  ��� ' ;  Music was composed by Gordy Hauka,  arranged and. played by Ken Dalgleish.  Flutist ' was . Lance ��� Alexander; choreography Bdnnie    Dunn. Sets    and lights  were. by  Mike  Willis ;and Fred Inglis.  Makeup, Ronnie Dunn, Bonnie Paetkau  and Anna Weyburg. Costumes, Nest Lewis  and props,- publicity- and tickets, Eileen  Glassford.  Jeremy Young co-ordinated and directed all the happy trips, to the Sunshine  Kingdom.- The only energy crisis he' had  to control was one of overflow, and this  he accomplished with1 masterly- skill.  All the characters in the ,cast, listed  alphabetically, are:  Dody Archer���Rosie Gumphidias, real  estate lady; Flora Fauna, courtier. Debbie  Ashby���Mrs. Longfellow, bridesmaid.  Robbie ^Ashby���Bruno Watussi: John  Burnside���Ugly Sister. Roy.Cline���Roberto de Creeko.  Allan Crane���King Rat. Song���I Am  King Rat���King Herod's Song from the  rock opera Jesus Christ Superstar.. Ronnie Dunn courtier, dancer. Gordy Hauka  ���puss. David Hauka���Don 'of -the- Dime  Store; cameraman ��� for Bruno- Watussi!" E  courtier. D. J. Hauka���Mrs. Consumer's ��  son; Splinter, page-boy. D. -Honeybunn---  Minister. Kevin Honeybunn���Town Crier.  Neil Hudson���MP. Margaret Jones���  Art Smelley. Smog Song���In the Quartermaster's Store���words' by Art Smelley; Mrs. Attle-Bax. Song���With. Her  Brief j Tucked Underneath Her Arm-  words by Mrs. A.-B., courtier.  Randy Kampman���guard; doctor, courtier. Nest Lewis���Dick. Mary Livingstone  ���Princess Alice. George Matthews���Ugly  Sister.,DebbieJMcNevin���Floozy, courtier.  Malcolm McNevin���director for Bruno  Watussi, courtier. Michael McNevin, Mr.  Longfellow. Bonnie Paetkau ��� Fairy  Queen. Karin Paetkau���Mrs. Consumer,  courtier. Andy Randall���Mayor, alchemist,  courtier. Anna Weyburg���bridesmaid.  Bruce Wilson���King.  The players are grateful to all the  people, too numerous to mention individually, who helped in so many ways; to  their.families'who supported.them; to the  A MENU-PLANNING contest, open only  to professionals^ the food business,  home economics,- or- cooking school1 students' and their teachers who are resident  in British Columbia, has been announced.  The. contest is sponsored by the provincial  government.  Entries will be divided into two  groups for judging. Professionals in the  food business, including cooking and home  economics teachers, will compete in one  group. Home economics and cooking  school students will be judged in the  other group. '  '  < '  Competition is designed to help obtain  a selection' of interesting and creative  luncheon and dinner menus, so -that the  government can promote the preparation  and enjoyment of a wide variety of Brit-  Witnesses plan  Agrodome meeting  SECHELT���Sechelt congregation of Jehovah^; witnesses has been invited tov  the first in a series of circuit conventions  in British Columbia. Place "of the event  will be Vancouver's PNE Agrodome, Feb.  r 2 and 3. The 150 local attending delegates will stay in private homes and  hotels during the two-day sessions.  < >Peak attendance for -the occasion is  expected to exceed 2,600. The feature  public adress J'Be Confident of Divine  Victory" will be given by Ernest Funk  ; of Toronto at 2 p.m., Feb. 3. 'f '  Local presiding, minister, Grenville  Drake, said the purpose of the gathering  is to learn more -efficient ways of com-  . municating- with  people   in   the   public  ministry.  Wednesday, January 30, 1974   "     The Peninsula Times  Page B-5  ctl<esttlfie A  ;SAT0RPAY_1^EeRUA^-;l6^-^?;8:0,a^i"  U#*&  ��c  TICKETS:  $3.00 PER PERSON  at��i����iwi��_����iiW��awiiwwMi*v__iai��fi��ii����ia����i��ww����_w  udic ha i^en ^J\inas  The competition seeks spring, summer, and fall/winter luncheon menus  which can be prepared for $4.50 or less  and for $5.75 or less; and dinner menus  that can be prepared for $6.50 or less,  and $8 or less. Judging will be on the  basis of over-all appetite appeal, variety  of British Columbia foods used, appro-  eSferirrand^nefti0n'f��r  ^'^  "*'   P^teness for the. season,imagination and  He admitted the charge.v  . Peterson was apprehended1, by ROMP  in connection with a total of 60 break-  ins   dating  back  to   September.   Seven  creativity.  t A total of $4,800 and certificates will  be awarded as prizes. The winner from  each of the .two groups in each of the  six categories will be awarded $250 and  a gold certificate. Twelve second prize  winners will receive $100 and a silver  certificate. Bronze certificates and $50  will go to the third prize winners.  inmii.iinninmiiiiii_iiiiimmii_jw  g vnsfoitierii  Delays are occurring in the availability of fine papers (those used for  envelopes, business forms, letterheads, cards, etc.) due to the current  paper situation. This is a condition which will be with us for a year  or more. The problem is that we cart no longer expect prompt delivery  from our wholesalers, and find delays of several weeks in the delivery  of certain - grades of fine papers to us. Therefore we Urge you to  anticipate your printing needs by at least a month and preferably  two months wherever possible. We shall make every effort to maintain adequate stocks to make normal deliveries, but urge you to  "look ahead" on orders for printed forms which you use regularly.  Let us show you how to  defer your income fax.  Do you want to pay less income tax for 1973? Of course you do! Then why not take a  few moments to drop in and talk about Registered Retirment Savings Plans.  Here's how they work. Under the present income tax regulations you are entitled to set  aside a tax-deferrable amount for your retirement years. This amount is 20% of your  earned income up.to a maximum of $2,500 for people who already participate in a  company pension plan and up to $4,000 for seJf-  emplbyed people.  Thesetax deferrals, together with any   \  income and capital gains they earn, don't  become taxable until you withdraw them;  and if you Wait until you retire, chances are  your tax rate will be lower than it is now.  So you defer income tax today and you build  a nest egg for tomorrow.  We can help you chart your R.R.S.P.  program. Don't let this opportunity slip by.  Your plan must be registered before the end  of February to qualify for your 1973 tax  deferral. Drop in and see us soon.  Community Corner  FEBRUARY 2:  8:00 p.m., Royal Can-fan Legion,  Br. 140, Sechelt, Join* Installation of  Officers. Dance following ceremonies.  Lthe -Lfl  uneS  _  riniiinninnii����i��imii��niniHininnrinHiitniin��tiiiiiiiniiiHi��niininiii��ii��iK��itiii.iMi��8iii������iimiiiit��m>^  ROYAL BAN K  serving British Columbia  HERB MITCHELL, MaeeQor  Sschelt, 865-2201  Wednesday, January 30 to' Saturday, February 9  g ween ipeemis: *  ^^mieamW^mmTmWmWSWmWamVmWSmmWmWammm^mWSmmmmWSaaS^  o Free Mm He Job wit ti each 01S Chatige  �� Complete Brake Job a"/lXu  cylinders, drum turning-or disc brakes' : i. ���,.���.,........:  . we at Chess Enterprises wish you and your firm every  success iii the future.  on moat North American car*.(includes brake lining  - does not include wheel, fUA, AJB*  'Q<  inor  ^  6 cylinder engines ��� including valve  IP adjustment ...���-..���._,���l���...,..�����l...������.��-...  (plus parts)  Shock absorber,  parts and labour  q Gabriel!, Hydro Shock Special  MEASE PHONE 886-7919 FOR APPOINTMENT  ���- Company Policies -\',,,,,... ,;  *0<  The following units have all been reconditioned by Jamieson Automotive;  in line with their opening we are putting on some specials of our own. Try  these prices on for size ��� shop around and compare. These units carry a  30-Day, 100% power train warranty.  m  !6i  Si  2_fl  ��� Hours If Businoss: Tuesday thru Saturday 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.  *s__r-AM:PaiteH_rI*b<^  ��� All Labour Operations will bo conducted, wherever possible under tho  Mitchell Flat Rate Manual Times and Regulations  ���. Terms: Cosh or Chorgox  OUR MECHANICS ARE INTER-PROV1NCIAU.Y-CERTIFIED  AND LICENCED MECHANICS  i������n_��MMMWWMMM��<��lWM����<V>WW����aW��VMW��^^  Wo aro prepared to discuss your motoring ncod s and problems at all times. It Is tho intention  of this company to give dollar valuo and havo satisfied customer*..  Gibsons, B.C.  Telephone 886^7919  1972 CHEVROLET \  2   door   Hardtop  V��8^   Automatic,   Power  Steering,   Power'  Brakes, Radio, 30,000 mile*.  $2395   ���'."���/'������'���  1971 FORD GALAXIE 500  2 door hardtop V-0, automatic, power steering and brakes,  '   .   V   radlo.V     ������' t   . '      ' "���   ,' ;  $2095  1972 PONTIAC VENTURA COMPACT  4-door Sedan, 6 cylinder automatic, power steering  $2795  1973 DODGE DART  4-dobr Sedan, 6 cylinder automatic, radio, only 9,000 miles  on this gem.  $3195  1971 CHEVELLE MALIDU  4-door Sedan, V/D automatic, power itcerlng A brakes, radio,  Immaculate, >  $2595  197fc GMC M TON  Custom Doluxo Pickup, V/8 automatic, power steering, power  brakes, radio, AH heavy duty equipment, Only 15,000 miles,  $3795  1969 MUSTANG  , 2-door Hardtop,  351   V/B, 4-banrel  carb,  automatic Irons-'  mission. A super fine vehicle.  $2395  1971  CHEVROLET IMPALA  2-rfoor Hardtop, /v/fl  automatic, power steering  and power  brakes, radio, 20,000 miles, ���  $2095  1973 FpRD F100 ��/_ TON PICKUP  Custom Cab, V/8 automatic. Only 2,600 miles on this ono  ���."'v   $3795  1969 FORD CUSTOM 500  4-door Sedan, V/8 automatic, power steering & power brakes.  ���,'.,' Radio.  \  $1295  i  1972 FQRD TORINO  2-door Hardtop, V/8 automatic, power steering, radio, 21,000  miles, vinyl top.  $2795 v  1971 CHEVELLE MALIBU  2-door Hardtop, V/8 automatic, power steering, no-spin differ*  ' ontlal, radio,  ,    $2295  -_��_���_jj.?j^  V/8 3-spcod standard, radio, heavy duty equipment, Has fust  had $700 worth of work done on It.  $2195  1971  FORD F-1Q0 PICKUP TRUCK  1 0 cylinder motor, 3-spood standard transmission, 40,000 miles,  all reconditioned  $2295  1970 FORD RANGER XLT PICKUP  33,000 miles, Mint condition. V/0, 3-spood standard transmission, custom, radio, lined box, fully reconditioned,  $2795  1971 DATSUN U00 DELUXE  2-door, standard transmlss/on, This unit Is a Dank of Montreal  repossession, Tho payout flauro is $1206,00, Pon't delay on  "'i unit doee not carry our warranty  been reconditioned  by  ourselves,  this one, This unit doee not carry our warranty as It has not  GIBSONS   9   886-7114  D-1068  X  ._p~__.._~-t.  i ,M    '  V  -     \  Happenings around the Harbour  Page B-6 The Peninsula Times  Wednesday, January 30, 1974  by Kathleen Yuii 883-9068   Buying new range?  /v.i  V/HATS your feeling about the need for tQnight> it-s  _till poSsibie to take part. _  winter recreational facilities right here You  can  c_n  the   school   aria,ieave.a HVflTn  WATltc   Tfl   f/sTHUr  in  the Harbour area?   If you  have  an message for Jim (wh0 lives aboard the *lrU*U   WU--_d  ��U XV11UW  opinion about the desirability of baving tug Tnasis and so has no telephone him- "NOW that we are  experiencing colder,  an ice arena here���not  in Sechelt  but self)i or ca]1 me and nj let Jim know of weather,  additional  demand  on B.C."  right here���then you should-be sure to your interest, and let you know when the"   Hydro's electrical distribution system is.  attend   the   general  meeting   called   tor classes are scheduled to take place. anticipated," said Erich Hensch, district;  7:30 p.m. next Monday, Feb.  4, in the          Egmont isn't far for any of you. Just manager. ' '"     ;     '  Madeira Park Elementary School. take   the  Egmont    Road,   which  leaves ,'     it is B.C.' Hydro's policy to continue  Some  pf you will remember that a Highway-101 just this side of Earl's Cove, service to its  customers with the min-'  fact-finding committee was formed a year The scnooi is on the right side of the imum of power interruptions,  ago  to investigate  the   possibilities.  It s roadj about three miles in from tne mgh-          To facilitate this, and in order to en-  made up of nine people, and they have way-���right  in   beautiful  downtown  Eg- 'able B.C. Hydro to maintain its peak pro-  now obtained enough information to pro- mont! ficiency,   customers    should  notify  B.C.,  ceed, if you support the plan.                            .���___.��   _�� ���w*,                                 '   Hydro when any additional major appli-  - Separate committees���one on finance, OLAUSSEN  SLATED anC6j for - example, electrical range, water-  one on building, a site committee, and a .    Just received a last-minute news item he_ter( dryer q_ ele(Hrical space. heating,.  referendum cbmmittee���have been study- cernmg the Pender Harbour Senior Cit- is p.oposed) for connection to the present^  ing the various problems and discovering teens' Club, Branch 80., system .' -  what sort of help we can hope to obtain          This group held their regular monthly          This information will provide an op-!  from the provincial and other authorities meeting on Jan.  24, with  Mrs.  Evelyn portunity for B.C. Hydro to ensure ade-  for such a project.  And they  are now Olson in the chair. Mrs. Olson, president quaten(?ss of its distribution system and '  ready to report to all of us. of the club, was able to report success of arrange for any possible upgrading  SUITABLE BUILDING                   , iUeVmad^vaifate^ at leasfone^of \Sa$Tr    c��-��Peratio*   wiU    enable-  .    Dennis  Cotter,  who"y heads  the  fact- ^/���__L a^S gurXne Coast Oueen B'C-. Hydr?, to��� co"tinue  to  Provide its'  finding   committee,  reported   they  have thue. femes.  The Sunshine Uoast Queen, service with the least aniount of inter--  iinain_   conniiin.cc,   'y���   "'^    ��� ' which is in dry dock for renovations, will nmHnm  mformatzon on a modular metal building equipment  installed  when  it rUPtl��"S-  They have discovered that a considerable faack ^/service. This  will be a ft         n           .        .  7:^^^^^^^^ f���AcTpTeT16"06fortheelderlyandthe Sea Cavalcade owes  -  able   from   government   agencies   under club enjoyed a pleasant evening of cards,    (hi  OCC   ��~   certain conditions. It is hoped that other H     j ��.J        Jk fi   t      .     ��        hist JJ hhS   JOf   SeaSOIl      '  local groups will now get behind the plan ^ Mrg  G_eave_ receiv^      the consola: N^WU   1UX    OCadUli  if there is sufficient local interest in it, tfon      ���__ and Qlad     BT0Wn was first GIBSONS-Gibsons Sea Cavalcade ended,  and help to make the arena a reality.        ��� e winne_ in cribbage  with j^ 01. the season $1,655.01 in debt, according,  Dennis said that a curling rmk must so_ receiving .the consoiation prize. to the financial statement released last-  have a mimmum length of 130 feet and          The hostesses for the evening provided week.  a minimum width of  14: feet; white  a ]unch   and  there wa_ a birthda    cake ^     The statement reveals that the Caval-  full-size hockey rink is 85 by 200 feet.               ed b    Mrs   Mona j0_geD/on^ for , cade committee took in a total $4,453.80/  His  committee feels  that it is  unlikely thoge with birthd       falli      ���    this first including the previous year's surplus of  for out area to 'be able to support a full- month of the                       b $153.70 and spent $6,108.81  for  a total  size   hockey rink,   but   that it   probably          Jf you are interested in joining this deficit of $1,655.01.  could manage something in the dimen- group_and anyone over 40 years of age Receipts were listed as follows:, ,  sions of, perhaps   80 by  130  feet. And fa welcome_just bear in mind that th* Opening bank balance, $153.70;.dances,.  this would  provide ice for curling, for m__t Qn th_  third Mond      eveni      0^ $2,248.87; donations, $1,453.20; buttons and  ice skating and for informal hockey. each month in th_ old L   ion Hal* g_ programs, $598.03, for total of $4,453.80."  Gaylord Merkel said that the school the next meeting will be on Feb  18 Event    disbursements    were:    water  board has estimated that the area from         January's meeting had an attendance fvents> $1,489-07, foreshore events, $200;  Wood Bay to and including Egmont has of 38 members and t^Q     ests ^ is an land    events,    $465.16,    queen    contests  a Permanent population of over 1,400- opportunity for an evening of good fel- f792-96' wharf events. $316-43 for a total  some   479 households.  There were  over ]owship, cards and 7efreShments-and oc- $3,263.62.  100 persons at last years meeting about casional slide presentations or other spec- Administrative  disbursements    which,  an arena  The committee is hopeful that fal eVgnts Come on out and join th   f included public relations, advertising, of-  there will be an even better turnout this         ^nd from Egmont comes word that fice and insurance totalled $2,845.19.  year.  So come on,  let's show them we tod     is a b       one there   H        Qlaus_ Accounts payable- were $1,824.96, less  are interested in this project, let's all be sen wU1 be _t the Communit   j^ from cash m bank  $169.97.  there next Monday evening. 2 to 5 p.m. today to discuss grass roots ��� T1?e f.lna*cial statement was audited by  Life in this community has  a great problems; there's the art class  tonight; Keenlyside, Bardal and Co.  deal to offer to people of all ages, but, and  also  a  meeting  to  precede an|/0r   particularly  during   the  winter  months, fo]low Qlaussen's visit, of those interested  here is less for the young people to do in seeing a   ower line taken over t   (<old  than seems to me desirable. Bearing in Egmont-., the portion of the community .  mind that it is lack of opportunity for on the far side of the salt chuck  socially acceptable outlets for their abun- With ]ast Sunday>s     ecial meeti     of  dant energy tha  1S usually responsible for the Community  Club,  called  to discuss  creating juvenile    delinquency,  I  think the novations to the Community Hall  we should all consider this opportunity financed b        recentl    announce^ L1P  aL^ry^riousr^^^^ " ^ ^^ * ^ ^ *- ***   '  Sure,   it'll be nice for  all of us  to m   <      , -        , ,  have the opportunity to enjoy curling, or * elepnOne   pOle   Sheared  free   skating   even   when    the   weather *���  rriifr��   7.a,rru__c��  v/%/��/fi��/vif  doesn't  cooperate, by  providing  outdoor QS  OUt��  ^OVeS TOOdWay  ice. But the really important bonus for GIBSONS!���Carl Swanson of Gibsons es?  our .community will be the provision of caped uninjured Jan. 26 when his car  healthful, vigorous activity for the young- left Ocean Beach Esplanade near Bonnie-  er people. brook? Trailer  Park   and" demolished   a  Hope  I  can report    in  next  week's telephone pole,  column that the attendance at Monday's RCMP said that icy roads contributed  meeting  topped the  200 mark���or shall to  the accident,   which  occured  around  we shoot for 300? x a-m-  Monday���Feb.   4,   7:30  p.m.   the  ele- No charges are being laid.  mentary school. Don't forget!  INSTALLATION  Our local Canadian Legion branch,  Pender Harbour Branch No. 112, last  Friday night installed the 1974 officers,  Zone Commander William B, Hurrie of  Powell River was on hand to officiate.  The new slate of officers includes: president, A. L. Thompson; first vice-president, Gay lord Merkel; second vice-president, Ernie Widman; secretary-treasurer,  G, M. Liddle; executive committee, Or-  ville Lawson, Joseph Hodgson, J. D.  Cameron, J, R. Duncan; sergeant-at-arms,  Bruce Edwards.  The installation ceremony took place  at 6 p.m., and was followed by a social evening in the Legion Hall.  Jim Goodwin at Egmont will offer art  Instruction for adults in the evenings, and  has obtained permission to use the Eg-  ��� mont Elementary School for this purpose,  If you've always felt you might have  a little latent in this direction, but have  never put the Idea to the test, here's your  opportunity. And it won't cost ,you a  thing, pxcept the, cost 'of the materials  you use, ,  ,jlm has called a meeting for tonight  at 7:30���Wednesdny; Jan. 30���to discover  how many people are Interested In taking  part, So if you road this. In time, you  1   can make It.  However,  If you don't make It for  <������   �� ���  -, '.< -�� 'J"   '* ,*^__i__'ii   '       < f it ", l_____ ,* ' " ���> *____'^   ' -*' "- <>~<��   *i_AVf"''^'  %._3_. ,l___gj(;.Y__r     -��>;, 'J\mM  ?_4_>Vi  x ,    its; V- ' * j���i*\t,  '       P        I j.  Arm*  8��i A  {-^J  "'.')  vr}'-'  <t  .' 'jnC^  % -'." h  r "i  Canada A-1 Grade,  Cut, Wrapped, frozen; lb.  \<   rf>  -<,  'J f  b$MLwW  ���fe  M��UB_S  Inf erior & Exterior  RESIDENTIAL & COMMERCIAL  O Reasonable Rates  0 Free Estimates  O  Good References  Km tomm  .. 885-2734 after 6 p.m.  I_S  ABUEATIMAKIWG  SPECTACLE  OF WILD  SPLENDOR  AND FURY!  fl  mmmmmmmmiiimmmMi^ii^M,  imm^m^^s^^&^Mm^^m^^^UMmi^mmmm^m^^^mmmmm^m^^m  3-pce* Mixing  Bowl Sets  Mixing,  baking,  refrigeration, storago    Chipped,  Foam ....  Pillows  Suit* Bags  TECHNICOLOR"  THURS.7JXN. 31; 7 and 9 p.m.  FRI��� FEB. 1': 5, 7 and 9 p.m.  TWILIGHT THEATRE  GIBSONS  For travel or storago, protect* ���%�����|C  against dirt and dust .......... 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