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Array $441,440 Referendum \ .  Trustee becomes excited  Times  ^ ���^������'i^^i^^apti^m^"-  ��� \  ���-V>  SULA  RECENT Times editorial -commenting on  the wisdom of^going to referendum  for construction of a $300,000 gymnasium  at Elphinstone at a time when referenda  are being defeated by taxpayers, and this  district had just rejected the $500,000  recreation centre which would have included an ice-rink as well as an auditorium, drew acid comment from trustee  Bill Nimmo at last week's school wboard  meeting.  Describing the  editorial as  an  attack  on the gymnasium plan, Mr. Nim/no suggested  the Times  print some of  the re-  use of tjhe Madeira- Park teacherage-for  the class which will be operated by Sechelt and District' Retarded Children's  Association in the fall, was tabled pending further investigation.    ",  Asked about the children who are  presently attending the special class' being operated on an experimental" basis  by the Sechelt and District Retarded  Children's Association Mr. Hanna said  that screening of the children had not  yet been completed and it is not yet  kno\#.n how many will qualify for attendance at Sunshine School.  berving the Sunshine Cobst/(Howe Sound to Jervis Inlet), including Port Mellon, Hopkins Landing, Granthams Landing, Gibsons; Roberts Creek,   /  -Wilson Creekr Selma Park, Sechelt, Halfmoon Bay, Secret Cove, Pender Harbour, Madeira Park, Kleindale, Irvine's Landing, Earl Cov'e, Egmont  Registration No. 1142'.  ^-^gndXtoss Mall '...,  Union -33*r   Label  This Issue 20 Pages ���  12c  LARGEST CIRCULATION OF ANY PAPER ON THE SOUTHERN SUNSHINE COAST.  Volume ?,  No.  21   ��� WEDNESDAY, APRIL 19,  1972  quirements which triggered the need for  it.  Trustee Terry Booth pointed out that  discussion on the proposed referendum  had all taken place in committee and he  fell that the Board should publicize its  .plans.  No mention of the proposed gymnasium had been made in open meeting until proposed Referendum���eleven projects were approved at the meeting held  on March 23rd. The projects include  $35,000 to relocate and develop a new  playing field at Elphinstone; $300,000 for  the regulation size gymnasium; $54,000  for the automotive shop7$12,000 for automotive shop equipment; $21,240 for plans  and supervision; $19,200 for contingencies.  Total amount $441,440.  Secretary-treasurer Jim Metzler pointed out that the gymnasium project is a.  different "bill of goods" to the recreation  centre project as the provincial government pays fifty per cent of school construction   costs.  Other trustees agreed that the need  ior a gymnasium exists and all the Board  can do is let the' taxpayers know; more  information will be given after the  Department of. Education has considered  the proposed referendum.  MADEIRA PARK  Checking out trustee Bill' Malcolm's  request for an assessment of the situation  at Madeira Park Elementary School with  regard to an additional classroom, Mr.  Hanna said that projected enrolment does  not justify expansion. Enrolment ' has  fluctuated at theJ"school as shown by  figures quoted: 1968 enrolment 216; 1969  ���182, 1970���176, 1971���203; present en-  rolment  is between  200  and 210  pupils.  Mr. Hanna said that 7 elementary  school classrooms provide for a maximum  enrolment of 252 students based on 36  students per room, so that expansion is  not justified.  SPECIAL CLASS  Request from a group of parents at  Madeira  Park,   that  the  Board   consider  Parents of the -children had hpped  that a school similar to Sunshine School  in Gibsons, couid'operate in the teacher-  age which is close to Madeira Park  School. The special class- is now . held  every morning in the library of Madeira  Park School and the teacher's salary is  paid by Sechelt arid District Retarded  Children's   Association.  Department proposes  local park projects  HONOURABLE  Isabel Dawson,  Minister  without  Portfolio,  announces  the following   proposed   projects -by   the   Parks  Branch for, the Sunshine Coast area:  1. Keats Island: upgrading of existing  upland and marine facilities.  2. Porpoise Bay: completion of campground   and   water   wOrks.  3. Saltery Bay (Campground: upgrading of campground facilities.  4. Saltery Bay (Picnic Site): a proposal  to  construct  a  breakwater  at  the  -beat   launching  site  is  being  considered  and awaits final engineering studies.  5. Skookumchuck Narrows: completion of trail and viewpoint project.  Motel approved * . .  Regional Board overrules  TechnicalPlanninggroup  '���"i ^*.___t_._\^_i...._\>_');:___  i*  -���.q,.g���.TQ...y...  'J?      '.    4  -V  DOG  POUND  ' Discussion- have been taking'.place  between councils of Gibsons and Sechelt  regarding the growing stray dog problem. Consideration is being given to cooperation between both villages on the  question of regulation with each area  having its own pound. ".���_..-  BAHA'I WEDDING  JFriends.   relatives   and   Ba'ha'is   witnessed,,, and,,,celebrated..the. marriage ,qf  W,  Kent  Sheridan  of  Selma  Park  and.  Lise   Traversy   of   Gibsons   at  a   Baha'i  ^ceremony- April;, 8 -atiSelma Park)    <  APPLICATION for rezoning of property  across from the Wakefield Inn for  -4he-purpese�����f���eeRstrueting-a���motet-has-  finally been given support of the Regional Board but a public hearing will  be called first in order that any objections might be .considered.  Application for rezoning 'was first  made about eighteen months ago but  was rejected, at that time, by the Board  "which was m"~~process-' of estabfehing-  Zoning Bylaws. A further application  was submitted about two months ago and  was turned over to the Technical Planning Committee which, in turn, rejected  'the proposal. It appears this body decided  the property was. best suited for high  class residential construction. ;  -   At   ,pg.   mppl.ing  nf   flip   Board  is_.was  stated that the Planning Committee ,fould  not accept the findings of the Technical  Planning Committee and therefore' recommended the application be approved  subject to a public hearing.  Another re-zoning application. was  given preliminary approval by the Board  despite another recommendation of rejec-  tion by the Committee. This was by Mr.  Jim Cooper of Redrooffs Who seeks re-  zoning of his commercial property "in  order  to  subdivide  for  residential con-  .,... structionl ,,... 7.... ..,���...,,,. ...;.,.,���,.,  The   property   presently     includes   a  pose and type of construction applied for.  A public hearing will now be called and  providing, no strong protests are made a  form of covernant will be drawn up by-  the Board.  Director Frank West drew, attention  to the fact that residents of a property  in his area are dumping garbage over a  cliff. The matter had been brought to  his attention and on investigation' he was  surprised to find that a hazardous situa-  tion did indeed exist. "It was a hazard  and" a rat "heap," He~"saTd. Jb'urtfier he  pointed out that the property is actually  in a garbage pick-up area.  It was moved that a letter be sent  the Health Unit asking that action be  taken to  remedy the situation.  Scholarship, Bursary,  Loan Society meeting  WITH Easter exams over and the home  stretch to the finals in June under  way, students who will be graduating and  are planning their post-secondary education, are now submitting their applications for scholarships and bursaries.   To assist in  the distribution  of  local  monies, the Sunshine Coast Scholarship,  Bursary and Loan Society has -called a  meeting for Tuesday, April 18, at" 8 p.m.  in the Sechelt Elementary School's Open  Area, of representatives of all those organizations which have contributed to  existing awards and of individuals who  are interested in fostering the activities  of the Society.  Unique in Sechelt, it is hard to believe that this garden is not yet two  years old and Mr. Willie Takahashi  who designed and created it only  took up gardening as a hobby in the  same period of time. Using the art  of Bonsai, _and.. carefully selecting  weathered driftwood and rocks, he  Japanese Garden  has created an "old world" atmosphere and tranquility with a waterfall and fish pond and cleverly  pruned evergreen trees. The garden  changes mood with the seasons and  is beautiful both in summer and  .winter. ; ; ���  y  To water system . . .  st>-  Regional Board promises  West Sechelt improvements  It is to the credit of School District  No. 46 that such a large number' of  awards are available and that a sum of  money is on hand for loan should a student find he needs additional funds during the year.  Chamber acts  /'/-"J^Sf  MEETING to discuss the transfer of the  West   Sechelt   Improvement     District  "i-ValHrworks-lxr-the'-^^  Sunshine   Coast  Regional - Board  held  a  special meeting attended by the full slate  of directors, on April 12th.  Complying to a request by trustees of  the West Sechelt Waterworks, the Regional Board approved a resolution which  gave assurance,  "that'Immediately'upon'  ���tomsfei'-of- the Improvement District .to-  Danger marker sought  sandbar  BOA^^unchiri^'ramp at Porpoise Bay,  ~   a  project .lot...the..past  year  of. the  Sechelt and District Chamber of Commerce, .should soon be under construction.At 'last executive meeting  of  the  THIRST AID COURSE  ���,.; Eighteen Roberts. Creek, firemen,, last  hionth completed their first-aid course  and were presented with their "St. John  Ambulance" First, ,Aid certificates by  instructress Joan Cunningham, of Half-  ,���moftn.BaywAU��^m.��lL^^  tho firemen in turn presented Joan with     lhe apptyeutlon be approved and a bylaw  desk-pen sbt and a box of 'chocolates for    bo prepared, prior to public hearing,  "her patience",   ' 'Application for a communlal,'develop <���  ("hamber .president,   Morgan    Thompson  ;store, a few  cabins and  trailer parkiifg    Reported  that official, approval has now  ��� .drear' It '".^  ���perty WOUld be put to better use.if re     ' * '  This Is not, the, first,;,t,ime,.,si,ich a request'  has .been placed with the . company and  in the past every consideration was given.  t! -must -first  point-out-that   there  are'  many 7 inconveniences* involved,  1, The city of Vancouver was never  in: favour ��� of a Granville "Street bus .'Stop'  "by an inler-eTty bus Tine  due   to  tne  the Regional Mstrict, the Board will'com-  mit the resources of the Regional Water  Authority to the necessary works required in the former Improvement District area".  A letter, from the West Sechelt Waterworks District pointed out that improvements required are an economically  sound investment. At a meeting held on  March 29th, chairman of the JWest .Sechelt "Waterworks, Mr. Cliff Thcrold presented an engineer's report to users of the  West' Sechelt Waterworks, which"proved  lhat the proposed improvements would  ..bring.in, SM^icient,revenue to,of^f-set,the  forthcoming.  It was not the intention of the meet-  -ing to "rnrload" "���the~5ys'tem: -fnrpTorvg=~  me.nts are deemed necessary to provide  improved service during peak demand  periods, and to provide a service to adjacent developing areas. These facilities  including the improvements are an economically sound investment, but it was  felt, that the work load to prbvide"tfre"se   imprnwements-by���ufljui4-te^r~l-ielp  .would���  be excessive, and' to ''.'duplicate mainterf:  ance and administrative expenses is unwarranted, and given the assurance that  the previously mentioned improvements  will be carried out, the trustees are prepared to take, the necessary action to  turn over the water system and dissolve  the Improvement' District, '"'"'  We do riot 'Wish tbv dictate policy or:;  set   priorities,   but .believe   the   installation of -the-pumping rstation: isJparamount--  J.Mtyijl.take care of peak demand periods this year. .Extension oF piping will  be dictated by .future development,...and .  ultimately  the  surge  tank  will  balance  zoned residential.  '"Board Panning  aiid expressed tho view that there is no  necessity for a commercial location in  that spot and that the, present devolop-  proceeu.  ...    m , -, , ,      , 7,   , fact there is' always luggage to bo un-  .Sf..J^ ^d.psbprrie���has been .appointed, loaded  from..the4ugBa|J...compartment.  chairman melwge of operations and is ms can lio up u   ** * t    busef,  presently obtaining prices for construe- " "^     '      ���"  tion   and   paving   involved.  He   ls   also 2. We have found over tho years lhat  investigating  types  of .rainps  elsewhere we got un equal number of complaints  regarding slope otc, ,      , for delays ln arriving at tlicclopot, part-  eostirfh^iTly--TO 41      ,  amalgamate.with the Regional. District,.    ...1,?1]eso..����'?,.\H?.e, lei���a  ty .wh!$l  we  and   maintenance' expenses.  is to save duplication of ad.ministra,tive ,7 will surrender the water system, We are  "��.?rt" "mnin'ronnnnfi  ftxnensGs.'       ' "  "willing- tq assist in any way possible to  achieve this qnd."  Regional Board    director,    Mr.  Cliff  Thorold,  who  iS *��1ho. chairman' of  the  Tho Chamber is also seeking a light  or warning, bu'oy for the sandbar at  Davis Bay"whiclvis building up each year  Iculufly" Troin "people  "wlsiTiiig   iir'Thter-  linQ' with other bus departures, For exam  TERMS  Letter from West Sechelt Waterworks  to the Regional Board is us follows:  ���*��^��AiMa'"Rpecia1"gonerar*'mc,etin,g',/hold"'on*'  March  29th,   tho  possibility, of. turning  plo-ottr. 3 ��� p,m. arrival which coincides . Jty- .afisots,. rights  and ^labilities  of tho  AUCTION  Roberts' Crook Hron't? TuxlIIury"  would welcome any urtlcles to soil at  tine auction scheduled for May 12th at  2 ��� p,m, in St, Aidan's Hall. ���" Arrangements ������ for pick up can-bo mado by phoning 8."O2r)03.  BARN DANCE ...  Don't forgot tho Barn J?unco ut Wilson Crook Hall on April 20th whoro  beautifully decorated and delectable box  lim.ch.os will bo auctioned to tho highest  bidders who will liftvo tlio' pleasure' of  sharing lho bo?c lunch with tho person  who prepared It, " Proceeds go to tho  -W llnun-Grcok- Gu bs -nund* Scoutsr'~"*���,~*w-  moaLlii;ojecJ,4^ alrcudy .succeeded in beaching  ^ob~Buohan-K)ii~belValf-of"Mf. TuTd~Mrs7  Bates, owners of a substantial proporty  adjacent to Brooks Rood, was also approved, The nature, of; the project ,wiU.  bo ^partial,development' involving,a number' of homes but without normal roads  and   oilier   orthodox  'regulations   which  , wouldj<pply^9*n^VPfiMJ��LfiM.bd.l.Yi'tlpn. No  commercial-'' properties ��� such ^s���<. stores or  mar|nas will bo allowed and trails only  developed for boach a'ccos'sV'h'oi'so' riding  etc, Tho developers plan, on maintaining  tho natural environment, ,;    ,;   ;      -  Such doYoiopnnrttnt may bo permitted,  undor a "Land Us'o Contract" which, ln  -affectr',08tT,lcts"lho'-d/ovqloper-to*-th'o,",purs"  u humbor of smullor vossols.-Xt-l;os-thow!��..  fore developed Into a hazard but is generally  considered   advantageous  from  a  recreational outlook,,   ,  ���  , .���-   ,  , Letter from the,Department,last week  slated that a representative would bo  along shortly und would llko ' to, moat,  with-'a   Chamber   member   ln  order   to  vlovv,.'i',,,'the,d;'lsli'tu'alTon,'' '       At a, previous,meeting it,was, moved  to support a lot,ter from tho Gibsons  Chamber to .Sochojt ,Motqr Transport  Coach LIncH Ltd, seeking additional  stops in ..Vancouver, enabling passengers  to alight In tho shopping aroa,  ���RQpl^-*'from7th^bus"*compahy ���siatos:  with the 3:05 dopurluro for Victoria  .���.7Lam-_^urB���yjJU.���wJlLaippr.c.cktcJm  those pooplo would feel if thoy missed  tholr bus by minutes,  ,87 Tho trend of lnlor-clty 'xih ��� lines  is" to cut-down, the, number of .stops. ,ia  tho confines of tho city���loi Victoria-  Vancouver   bound   passongoi'H   havo   tho  ���.' West. Secholt Improvement District over  West Secholt Waterworks.' told the Board  ���thalriru'sleds^f^lhlB^Wd^rSeclwU^fm^'  provemont District will take action to  dissolve ���tho,(Impro,vqment.District.:;.;���..���,,.  With' roforonco to this,  the Regional  kkTlWf * W5#* I*ir*t7i:'*ii'/ J* %  Regional   Water   Authority   was     Board approved tho sejeond rosolutioij 1.  drmTitl,~l1~,was-^lccided-^lTnt^h'0*'^h  to   the  -dtRcnr?sod7  best Interest of tho existing residents of requested   upon dissolution of tho West  the improvement District and tho contl- Secholt Water Improvement District, to  'goods  areas would best,, bo served  by 'Provide   Uml   the  area', comprising   Uio  -integration'' with  tho   Regional    Pistrlct former Improvement District,,bo a. spec-  Water Authority SyHtom,                    , IHod area of llio Sunshlna Coast Regional  A hiujorlty voto agreed to turn over .District under the provisions of section  one stop :at,41st.und.Cumbie,,4whilo,Groy-,,-��.t|,c,y^ 7<io AAA of the Municipal ���Act',"  hound .Linos'havd^ho'stops botweon Now! '^ocolvo''''a^urahcos''thai'"nccossu'r ' ' '  2. Thai all tho assets, rights, claims,"  "'"'"'--���-' ' " ��� provomonls, i.c, pumping station, approx-    ..obligations,and liubllJUcs of the linprovcn  imatoly ono mile of pipe-loop, and... u niont, Plsfrlot bo transferred to.lho Ilu*  ,Hui:go  tank,  m��, proposed,,in,,VAltornato    Kloiinf DiHlrlql,,,   ,   ,   . ��� . ���      ,  One" of an engineering report undivosll- , 3- Thai,' tho cluto of Iho .oslabllshihonl  male prepared, by, the. Associated En- . of the specified .area for ,tIlls purpose bo  glneors for the Improvement District, are lho cluto of tlui Ortkir"lir Council oifcc'llnif  ^zzzz^zxzzr.'-r--' I1" -;,'; ' ;,;; * tliu LlluUHfti*r. "" '" ' ' '  Director ||VuukWwtcon^  .Iiuiuury Iu.t, 11)73 or IiMui; if the, transfer  iioniOH"mio  oll'ool.  uhor  |hat  dalo,  u)u  ,. Weslminslor and Vancouver,  1 <l. "Wo woro considering cutting oul. all  ,.. stops between Vancouver inid Park Hoyal,  however,  due  to your concern  In  ihlH  matter wo will hold such a move hr obey-.  Mnco for I||h) tlmo being,,  Underwriters agree  Elphinstonegy:mfor dance  providing all-night watch  NllJllT-wuU'hnmi, ?'oi.l.l "stivo lho day"   , PUBLIC RELATIONS  ���    I'or Hca Cavalcade rovcllurs who wish Publlrlly' cllrootor for tho M,C. {School ���  to---hold'-Uirlr-HnnuHl-l'V��tlv��l--ditntfo-h|^Tnisiiecs,AsHOclatloiir MivHoir Gray-nnd"  WIphliiHtonu. .GynmatiUun.    The.   tSohoul    i)r,  J.  Roberts.  uhhIhIuiiI   Hiiporlnlondcnt  Roanl's    insiiranco    underwrltum    huvo    ���f Kducatlon and' dlrootor of iiubllolty  ij UHrouil lo waive additional prumiumn for    j'0i- Dillingham flcluiol District onnduut-  .|,Luso..of...tho���g,vinulot:.���.UiO,..l)UbJl��,.(|t.VU^    ed a.,.publlo .rululloiiH. workshop ut,.,Su,,.,  J(|,long, as an additional olomi-up man ami ...,uh��U  Wlumontury  Huhool  on  Friilay  at  ���k�� a, watchman aro hhnul, last -week,' ���   ���  5|>    Mnln concern Itv tho dnngor of fho        fic,hho,' pHuolpalH' and HoHiuli '.oiw\\.  *\ and - ho waU'hinan will l.�� rmjuirod to . ot'H* Anuoolulion prrsldotil' Mrs. Virginia"  ���^ roinitln un.llm proiulwuj all iiIhIiI. .  Duuulm.,. Joined  Iriihtcni wlui wore froo  tA-^uui'r) .n\V."i'ii��'w   Hloncd   that   Iho   undnrw.lt,.,.   will   not iwh||o Miwm{ ^^  ,Wiwl Huuholt, WutorworUs.; participants  will .Im billed, acc(.rdli)H.,lo11(thOibyluw in  o.Nlstoiico lor tho Regional DlHtrlut,'  Ad-Briefs  point  the way  to action!  U looks hm\: but _i vyns just good ��� ot Roberts ()rook, Tho Sun'BhIno lnduRtrinl First .Aid course with  .ptnctlco for ttoboVU Crook .Flro po- , Coust's newest volunteer tiro brlgttdo "olghLopn flromon.aud ludlos quall-  pai'tniont.cullodlu U>donmllHluthls ^aiombuw~luwc>,-.|ust..coaiplot��d ,.un,.Jy]ngH��^--~-r��;.-�� ���   ,. :u,\ ,���" .      -  , old bouttu on tho Blw^omun proporty.   ��   ,  ,<     ���. .    ..,.��,,'".    school Hfounds, This has, boon run.iyod lo  Htipoi'inlondcnt of liulldlna and urounds,  Mr, Uolvitutlur,! for sludy and iwport,      *  RHSIQNATIONS      ,,��� ,,' ,  HoshinatlonH submllled by li*lphl��Hlonu  ^lonnhor Mr.  V, \)< Pnrkor and  OllwnnH.  Klnneiitary   1i*iu'ln,r,   M\'.,  AKnos ��� Sltld-'  more wcro Hcceptcd with rcuret,  MUSIC FESTIVAL  Boi'holt .KIohuMdary, Hi'h'ool choir pi'u'-  tlM|)alcd In lho Klwanls Music Festival In  Vamnnivor on,Tuesday, Results were not  Known" at press tlmo but the' sl^Klcntfi  tinder the, direction of MIhh Uobyn Krl  Hi-Today's-ClassitiQdi^  ��7��Mvw��n����f.nfM����VMtn��i��iwvvi����i����iwMtfiniivimiMi����'i^  ,..��x����H��wW,1�����oiiUltiob., .-.'  ���(irapinoorKicqiirorrHiiinroi-   iwcr, , ���    �����  *M_~mmmmmmmm_m_ |-n-l-|-rnrTnra,||ug|,m||   (10.OOOri.oVlori,); '����Ch ���2'^^h6m���  ��� Tlmos Clo5>|f|ccl�� 00.INTO' tho home��\, .  not onjawps, ttroats or In.culvprU, .���;>   ��� Jlmos Classifieds aro low-cost, hlgh'potkic'y'  i   kotos tonlct,  ���    ' ���.    ' ' ' '1  ,'','"'/"''  ,��� Phono,lines opon Sunday; cladiifled  QOK.at._A   C__i__.l_;}n__  A��A��..><���.//." 'J  4  ���'. i'-  ^1,'.  mm^..*w**���i��*w*w****��*eiii*iii**Hp��*^^  ,1  t  l  z  ,WHm 'have   Dcen   ��� mukltiR   fremendoun'"-B85-96S4iSccHol^; 0B6<2l?V;Gib.9toni,'  pruareuB and aro dclljjht to licur,,    "  ���    '    L__  (WtN��HiPMi*Mld44qftto ***,��*#>**&**>*&*���  ��imw *b*w��iw**(���� Jj m  lWj*WW-M^wit>^^^(4<rf������J1^q^^lhHht ^.WMB>WMWi3M>t��fatjfcMAcW'*w**��itf| Ftnwa���Wgdrregflny, Apr!l TTTT^mr  THl^KHIiWoR^OrSTRrcT^RA:MBER^Dl  ntcrm co-oPERArnsisrwrfiT  APRII  TO  These Sechelt and District  businessmen extend  Congratulations to Gibsons and  Sechelt Chambers of Commerce  and heartily endorse Clean-up,  Paint-up, Fix-up Week  AL  A  COAST CABLE VISION  885-24..  Sunshine Auto Parts Ltd.  Lionel  McQuaig  Cowrie Street,  Sechelt,  B.C.  Phone 885-2296-7  Marshall Wells Store  TRAIL  BAY HARDWARE LTD.  Trail  Boy Plain ��� 885-9828  Sechelt Western Drugs  Trail  Bay Centre  Sechelt ���885-9833  ���SERVICE WITH A" SMILE  SECHELT SUPER MARKET  Cowri e_ St tee t, Sechelt  JPhimaj8SS=9M6_  Your Chamber of Commerce  Is the best collective thought and action of your community, harnessed in  the service of better business. It draws its membership from every vocation  and profession, thus bringing together those who are ready to unite in an  effort to make the community more prosperous.  Membership  Your individual membership in your local Chamber of Commerce is evidence  of your loyalty to it, and that you are alive to its ideals and ifs objectives.  Two hundred thousand members of Chambers of Qommerce and Associations  in Canada, imbued with the co-operative spirit and a little encouragement  can lead the Dominion to new peaks of commercial and agricultural  achievements.  Civic Pride  Your Chamber is fhe energizing force in civic co-operation, improvement  and consciousnenss. Every civic achievement in providing a better place  in which to live and make a living has been attained through leadership,  initiative,  team-work  and  enthusiasm, of group  action.  Business Builder  The Chamber is an essential factor in stimulating trade and improving  business conditions, whether it is an airport, a new industry, tourism, or  good roads.  GOOD FOOD STORE  NATURAL HEALTH FOODS VITAL TOO GOOD HEALTH  Cowrie Street ��� ptn-8-8S=9063~T-?-       Sechelt-  A LEADE  THE  Public Relations  ���r?   %  COMMUNITY.  % '   ��  Your Chamber.Is a constant ambassador of goodwil to the general public.  Through it the stranger within your gates meets your city; and the world at  large tqkes the measure of its stride. Even those who live within the district  FRODE JORGENSEN  Men's Hairstyling and Razor Cuts a Specialty  Wharf Rd., Sechelt ��� across from Bus Depot  but are unidentified wi+h the local Chamber/share a justified pride in its  .achievements.  fOur Chamber Member lives are busy  high ideals qnd ideas: for our community.  Goodwill  BANK OF MONTREAL  =^FJ^^rrT^^^ ,  Cowrie Street, Sechelt  Phone 885-2221'  They strive to give the leadership to build  ihe kind of community ih��yw����t for their  THE GARDEN HEADQUARTERS FOR THE PENINSULA  Dave Doig Cowrie St., Sechelt  Ph. 885-9711  families, they have fulfilled the task of  keeping bur'Ybwns' in'tiiiie with "a 'chariging  world. Progress and Prosperity is what they  constantly and voluntarily strive for. .  Sensitive to every influence that tends to undermine the reputation of your  town, the Chamber is always the good neighbor. If conducts goodwill  meetings. It promotes a more friendly relationship between business com  petitors, between the town ancl the rural community, and between employer  and employee. The good ,name of..yourcommunity depends muchupon the,,  local Chamber.  loyalty  Flowers for all occasions  Ann-Lynn Flowers & Gifts  Ph. 885-9445  Cowrie Street  Sochelt  : Sunshine Coast T.��.- Ltd.^^:l.  Sales ancl So'rvlce ��� Admiral, ' Electrohorjie  and  ZENITH  Dealers,   Sqcholt   .CwrJh Street Ph, 885-981,6  CHAIN SAW CENTRE  Cowrie Street; Sechelt 885-9626  -ANP NO MAN NOR ANY ASSOCIATION OF MEN- CAN-GO- F-AR-WIXHOUX-  IT, Community splri't Is the soul of every up-and-cloing city, town or district.  The local Chamber is the rallying paint where men may not only pool their  thoughts but may gather the strength of others,  ^���B ^9WW n  ���   R   W r.  ��� "���'I Cl  ���   "Jl  W   W P^ ^^ ^^r  nWn    n    ^^^ rf ^ ^^^1^   For Clean Hair   885-2339  Trail Bay Plaza  Sechelt, B.C.  ��,�������...,.���.,��       ��Al.  THE PENINSULA TIMES  Seclfolt 88B-96S4 Gibsons 886-2121  Miii��itou.w��www^^  Service      Your Chamber of Commerce is primarily your community's servant. In the  larger business of the community,It clbos a man's sized job. But j I does a lot  of Ijttle thankless things as well, When"you wan^^  ��j^v����^^Ti^|^*iW^*^Jtfl(io(pf^i)��  t*#wW(*4��4��H  Peninsula Dining Room lounge  Sunshine Coast Highway  888-2311  Socholt  Morgan's Men's Wear  within the scope of Its activities, your Chamber Is organized and geqrecl to  doit,  iwwwmww����i>w��M��WMi^i^*4>  REAI,ESTATE  SECHELT, B.C  '::,::;;-:,- :.::::._ *��'.Phw 885(i224l7;.vu';..;;.   :!  W^fWWjHpil'f'  Pakcr),  88G.98Z?  J  Meat Dept  1886-9812  Phone 885-2025  ���i ���"���"'"i1  ^WHWr^'***^ ���:��''*ll*W t "**  ^NirtMiw*  REGISTER YOUR 1972  CHAMBER OF COMMERCE  r��ia��pMi**���)WT^fKifc^t^^  :  '(   ,   , ���<�� .  ���^w^^tw^  n\_w mm\ ���m_m H1 ***! |H^ Pq m        "����� ���mw J^ """���( """.^^ p| p ^| ^i^      fc^ ^& C"     m     ClH r���^*^  (1971) LTD.  Our regular price* on first line paints, all colprs���gal, 8,95  fffn ,     n    r>  ROYAL BANK OF CANADA  , ��>t,   i *. -, <(***, itiii-iit^^it.*.**^^*.i(��fe*ster��t*M**ite+i��^t^��^  Trail Bay Plaxa  i.    'i  t. ,fi M"*t (* (��� til lint I. * 11  885-2201  O^m,  ���I  ���     MEMBERSHIP NOW!   .,       , i        , '���, '        i   '' , ���"   _, ���.���  s  >t    i ���  THE BOARD OF THE- - '      '   ,        \j  i��  w^wwp����yiyy|wy^�����?��*ffww,  ^"r*  , ,11        .-      |. . I, .,, I     l  I  I ' I ' I ���      , ��� 1  i/��7   i ", '"'"  ,1     ''   V  M1  >ttWMWi#*��wy^^  immmm<imm  President, Sochelt and District Chamber of Commerce  I ' , ' It    | '  MiHc�� Blcipiey,^^  ^PjeMeMiMk^onsand District Chamber of Commerce  mmmmmmwmm*mmmmmmmtt*  mm0��mmm^if&fmmii^^  ,st- u,  ii' i*      i % i'��,   * '''f! i ' i  '    " '        '   ���   '    , ��� .*   ',(.,,,���,��,       ��'.     '      . ''*"k''���,'S! ",,,>''>"','4'>'*l"',i^Ji4,nt'i,.i7,    ,   ,  '      ,.,,,.     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' .,<'   ,   ���'.,,..���   "'r'       ,���    ������'' *;^rf> ���;.:������,' ;:,:    .;."..��� ,',��','.7'7'' '      ,'    .77     '" "      ," ���: ' ���   7 * Wednesday, April 19, 1972        The Peninsufo Tirnetj  Page A-3  THE 0IBS0NS and DISTRICT CHAMBER OF COMMERCE PROUDLY PRESENT  ^5*^  All Residents and Businessmen  are urged to take pride in  their communities and to  co-operate hy cleaning up and  improving their premises!  l^-^ftlfcl.^'i* *rP ti^*^-'l.s*-l*'*: *-.  "SL  GBBSOMS  Mayor Walter Peterson  Chamber of Commerce President:  . Mike Blaney  PLEASE HAVE REFUSE  SET OUT BY:  GIBSONS: Saturday Noon. April 22  '���i'i.   f.s- M.i.  i WS  4%,   *>+  z__________.  "1%       \  Mayor: Ben Lang  Chamber of Commerce President:  T^ti^izi^J^   rm  .r<"*tt ���*"*" "*rt ��� MM**!*"  sciiMiySliirii^i  ';,%,: "i y ������������' ���������"'��, i J-'������. ^ ,1-:: .,'��� ��� .���. ������������r-l4'A;;i'-.M,.,.��v.i;l,'.,;:..|'iis.?<i^,i c!" ��'��� '1 ]^7^i  :iiill|IIWlsl|ll  liiii^iiillili  i'JiiwMvfwPi  MacGregor Pacific  ��fi-  Henry and Audrey  I I  '%  7.7.Y6iiE,'LiriK3ealer"..  Oibsons Hardware  -V-'"-  ���k_***__*#*L  and Insurance  These Gibsons and District  businesses extend  Congratulations to Gibsons and  Sechelt Chambers of Commerce  and heartily endorse Clean-up,  Paint-up, Fix-up Week  REALTY  &   INSURANCE  NOTARY  PUBLIC  Floyd McGregor  MARINE MEN'S WEAR  Tom Spratt, Manager  YOUR CO-OP  Dick Janowski  SALES  &  SERVICE  Frank Daugherty, Manager  BANK OF MONTREAL  *S  Jerry Dixon  GIBSONS BARBER SHOP  Ken Gurney  COASTAL TIRES  Ken Goddard  Tom and Wayne  FranfcHavey  Haig Maxwell  Walter Froese  Frowe Bros. Construction  D. B. Anderson, Manager  Royal Bank of Canada  Doug Cryderman  Doug's Appliances  Acton Electric  , mmi..it-#*4*y*..iMr��ff m* . *  t.-S*i*i sHfij^��v.<, s*�� Wttt. M W�� '*WMi��*Sii(,.rt<.|t$,>t iiffli^Si^M,"Mi��w��tii'.��itt>l>W'-p.*W j#SH-*wrt^afrt>  REALTY &  INSURANCE  The Pawl Inks  PENINSULA HOTEL  lorne Smith  T. EATON Agency  Jfack and Cliff Dempster  Peninsula Ornamental  Iron Works���  Don Douglas  tmmmwMmtmmti*m*i>im  mtemwmmmnlwWm  Ken DcVries  KenPfeYries  FLOOR  COVERINGS  %Jf}n  Heo and Maria Hubel  CEDARS INN  Pud and Terry  Twin Creek  Building Supplies  Barrio Beeves  GIBSONS  BUILDING SUPPLIES  *,,,.,,.  ���   ,  i '.A'  , ���>,��  'pill^Blaclr^  Coast Contracting  i*iw^*M,��-w.i��HMJ*��<i|��rWiiwMi��|(��iM<i*.���-Mwiw��w  ' <jjwtw^ann|iw%<wwwiw^  h*w��P*w<��Uj  �����:ia^.'#.ii;jii��*'i!^i*-",W"K"''*��* w"Th,^"1''*''  'wrr-Atf|��}, rntjf' H^ Coatos  ���  PENINSULA PLUMBING  iwt&mmmmmptmmmmmiwmv^wmm  ���M��#����*-w��Wi^^  Uflr/o Parry t  fabric House  wtmw^wwMWMmtwiiM Wwa��ww?*tt����������***'  b nBflfl>iV��-t       ** i �����**"*��*" n.i(Brt*tMiHWW *������� iMiMnpf  Bob-Kelly  i;    i >  Kelly's Garbage Collection  ���'    |.|iinl��,i,<iii ��,l,l'i   "1 r'"i"  Jock Bennett,      ,  HOWE SOUND 5-10-15  ', ,   *   �� �� ,���     ^k ''_,    ''#   |    p"l      ���' i  ,7.    ,i      ,    ���   |,,(it   i     ,      ,(,       '   i  ��� ,.K,ll."(�� |,������wi(tl->'1"p��l~J��.*  Charles Mandolkau   GIBSON* SMIL  > ��� * i ."K  i * .,i  "���'1*1!*   ���*'**��*"  %mmmflmm**mm  ttmmi-m^mmm*^  ��*��W*$W��I^^ \ ' ,  hage A-4      Peninsula Times, WeeliresdoyT-April 19, 1972    ftp^,��� pstATE  rtai  c*T/LTiL-Lc_____tlt>AY real Estate (ConV)  REAL ESTATE (Cont)  CARS & TRUCKS  AUTOS & TRUCKS (Cont.)  ��MUUM|||||||IIIM|WUIMUUWIMMUIIIMIIHUIIUm  _ _, Sechelt - Phone 885-9654  The Peninsula jutti* Gibsons . Fhone 886-7244  Classified  AD-BRIEFS  CHOICE  VWl��iliWWWWIrtlWWWWWWWWWWWWWWM������'w*'r'  irTi-jinnfiivniriflntTnnfu^wffff^*"*^**^*"*******  Published Wednesdays by  Powell River News Town Crier  Sechelt Times, Ltd.  ot Sechelt, B.C.  Established 1963  MlD^I^THANKS-  VILLAGF OF SECHELT  Member, Audit Bureau      -  ' of Circulations  Sept. 30, 1971  Gross Circulatjjjjgi 2915  Paid Circulation 2478  As tiled with the Audit Bureau  of Circulation.^ sub|ect to audit.  Classified Advertising Rates:  3-Line Ad-Briefs (12 words)  One   Insertion $1.00  Three Insertions $2.00  Extra lines (4 words) j���20c  ��    (This rate does not appjy to  commercial Ad-Briets)  Box Numbers  r   10c extra  50c\Book-keeping charge is added  tor Ad-Bnets not paid by  publication date. ,  Legal   or   Reader   advertising   35c  per count line.  Deaths, Card of Thanks, In.Mem-  oriam, Marriage'and Engagement  notices are $3.2,5 (up to 14 lines)  and 20c per line after that. 4  words per line.  Birth. Notices, Coming Events take  regular classified rates.  Subscription Rates���  By   Mail:  Local Area $6.00 yr.  Outside Local Area     $7.00  yr.  -���PTS.A. $9700-^  WE would like to express our  appreciation to the doctors  and nurses of St. Mary's Hospital. Also to th6se who were  so kind to our mother Mis. M.  Livingstone while she was in  the   hospital.���The  Family.  8724-21  OttlTUARY  Overseas  $10.00   yr.  DONLON-���Suddenly, on April  10, 1972. James O. Donlon,  of Sechelt, age 47 years. Survived by his loving wife Irene,'  brothers and 3 sisters in Ire-  nd. Requiem mass was held  in the Holy Family Catholic  CrTurch, Sechelt, on Friday  April 14 at 10 a.m., Rev. E.  Lehner, celebrant. In lieu of  flowers, donations may be  made to the Holy Family Catholic Church.. Harvey .Funeral  Home, Gibsons, directors.  8683-21  WOLPERT -r Suddenly on  April 16, 1972. Florence  Marie Wolpert of Pender Harbour, age 56 years. Survived  by her loving husband George,  one son Clarence of Quesnel,  two daughters, Susan of Gibsons and Mrs. K. (Greta)  Smifh of Quesnel, Five grandchildren, one brother Bert of  Coquitlam,    one    sister    Ray-  20 view\acres. Undeveloped.  $32,000, will sell in 5 acre  lots.. 885-9654 or write Box  310,  Sechelt.  8346-tfn  ON RUBY Lake, '/2 acre- 105  . ft waterfront, close to High-  ��� way Lot 3, $14,000. Phone 883-  . 2346.   Write   Box   66,   Garden  Bay,   B.C. 8489-22  Special Citizens,  Local   Area   ���  Canada      By Carrier  .$3.50  $4.00  _60c mo.  Copyright and/or property rights  subsists in all display advertising  and other material appearing in  this edition ot the Sechelt Peninsula Times. Permission to rej-  produce wholly or in part and in  any form whatsoever, particularly  by a photographic of offset-process  in a publication, must be obtained  in writing from the publisher. Any  unauthorized reproduction will be  subject     to     recourse     in     law.  "In the event of a typographical  error advertising goods or services,  at a wrong pVice, goods or services  may not be sold and the difference  charged to the newspaper. Advertising is merely an offer to sell,  and may be with3rawn at any  time."���(Supreme Court decision).  Advertising is accepted on the  condition that, in the event of  tyiographical error, that portion  of the advertising" space occupied  by the erroneous item, together  with reasonable allowance for signature, will not be charged for,  b'-Jt the balance of the advertisement will be paid for at the applicable rate.  -^.rCCMwposit-ioo-rcho^e^^s-made���lor..  monde of Seba Beach, Alberta.  Rev. Dennis Popple will conduct the Funeral Service in  St. Hilda's Anglican Church  on Wednesday, April 19 at  2:00 p.m. Interment Sea view  Cemetary. In lieu of flowers,  donations may be made to the  B.C. Cancer Foundation (Research) 2656 Heather St., Vancouver. Harvey Funeral Home  Directors. 8696-21  PERSONAL  ALCOHOJblCS Anonymous ���  Meetings 8:30 p.m., Thursdays, Wilson Creek Community Hadl. Ph. 885-9327, 886-  2343. 4-979-tfn  advertising accepted and put -into  production, but cancelled before  publication. Change from original  copy when proof is submitted to  customer is also chargeable at an  hourly rate for the additional  work,  wi  =  PIRTHS  ^  WISH  to  contact  Latter  Day  Saints members. Phpne 885-  2175 or 886-2546. 6766-tfn  Get All Your Gardening  Needs And Expert  ..  Advice  ... at  MURRAY'S GARDEN &  PET SUPPLIES ,  Gower   Point    Koad,    Uibsoiis  Phone   886-2919  Now open 6 days a week  8732-tfn  WRITE   today   for   your   free  Canadian  Tire    catalogue,  Over 240 value packed pages  of hardware, sports and auto-  PENDER  HARBOUR  rj    .  BARGAIN FOR QUICK  SALE: Mod-em 1500 sq. It.  rancher absolutely as new!!!  Double plumbing, full basement, lovely furnishings, 2  cottages for rent income, large  workshop with heavy inventory tools, engines, parts etc.  ALL ON 12 BEAUTIFUL  VIEW ACRES OVERLOOKING WATER AND ISLANDS.  Full price $39,750 with very  reasonable   terms.  WATERFRONT: One "lot left  on Francis Peninsula. It's  level, wooded, and has 100' of  protected moorage. Lovely  view   property.   $13,000.  WATERFRONT: Close in to  Madeira    Park���2    lots���   One  is    very    large    100,'   _an nice'  beach and deep moorage  (8,800) The other has about  60', of beach and 2 "beach  houses"   (13,000).  WATERFRONT: Beautiful  property with 100' deep  sheltered waterfront on Bargain Harbour. 3 room cabin  needs   finishing.  $19,500.00.  COMMERCIAL   SITES:   Some  good   lots^ilT^TJowTi-Towrf'"'  Madeira Park . . . priced from  $7,900.00  .  WATERFRONT RESORT: On  4 view acres in Pender Harbour. Deep moorage, Sandy  beach, Lge modern 4,-plex, 2  cabins, 14 camper- -- trailer.  spaces   with   washrooms    and  _Jauadr^__..^ hedmum���o_<______  home, boats, floats, workshop.  High potential with tremendous room for expansion.  Should gross $21*000 on asking  price of $139,000. Good'terms.  Jock Hermon,  Pender Harbour  "Phone  883-2745  CHARLES ENGLISH  EWART McMYNN ,...  REALTY &   INSURANCE  Multiple   Listings    Service ���  Box   238,   Gibsons,  B.C.  GIBSONS���N. Fletcher Rd.    Very  well._kept 2 bed  home  with -e-xtra -bed, in the base-  ---mwrt-���Niee -lai-ge  view--corner  lot with shrubs "and fruit  * trees.   Full  price  only  $20,000.  (offers). " -,  ' ROBERTS CREEK���First time  offered. Just off Stephens  Rd. Nice clean 2 bed. horrie  thai is on an extremely attractive lot all in Jawn and  flower gardens.' Good view  and within one lot of nice safe  beach. This would be very  suitable for you-r . summer  home or retirement. Asking  price  $18,000.      -  SECHELT --' Porpoise Bay, .  ,- Here is a very nice., year  around cabin on a large cleared lot just steps away from  a good boat harbor and excellent fishing. Present owner  must return to city so is forced  to   sell.   Bring   all   offers.  ROBERTS     CREEK     LOTS���  Lower Road, Fully serviced,  close  to beach,  some on  good  stream,  $3;500  to $4,500.  ���GIBSONS  RURAL  ���  Double  lot    between    Rosamund    &  Chaster.   On   all   services   and  acceptable   for   mobile  homes.  $5,800. ��  ROBERTS CREEK���2.60 acres  of level well treed land,  having 200 ft. frontage on paved road. Water, Hydro and  Phone available. Potential  SAliGENT   Road,   Gibsons,   a:  cri*?s  from   Abbs  Road,   one  tind'View lot,   only   one  $6,500  .oi  'left    in    area,   66'xl40'  cash.   Phone   886-2^)40.  8063-21  "   ^    VYATERFRGNT  $13,500 FULL PRICE  See this older home on the  waterfront and fall in love  with it. Yes, the asking price  is $13,500 Full Price, on leased  land   at  Selma Park.  5 ACRES & COTTAGE  s  Just   the   thing  for   recreation  or a holding .property; located  on    Highway,    Roberts    Creek.  $13,300 cash price.  Mrs.  BELL  Fletcher   683-8411  view property only short distance to beach. Located in a  good residential area. Zone R.  1. F.P. $14,000 Offers.  GIBSONS  HEADLANDS  AREA���Two B.R. house on  very large (100 x 125) level  lot. All services available.  New sewer line laid. Owner  will give immediate occupan-  cy.   F.P.   $11,600. -  ROBERTS CREEK ��� Three  B.R. log house, on a large  level partly treed lot. Community water available. Fireplace, oil heating. Close to  beaches and transportation.  F.P.   $15,000.   Offers.  Member  Van^nw  RealJEklale-JBoanL  RVING REALTY  LTD.  101  -   1199  West Pender St.,  Vancouver   1," -B.C.  '683-8411  8685-21  PRIVATE ' party wishes to  purchase waterfront property. Prefer Langdale to Roberts Creek area. Write Box  8495, c-o Peninshla Times,  Box   310,   Sechelt. 8495-21  Beautiful   Recreational  Park-like   160  acres  near  .   Secret Cove  Well elevated property, some  ocean views, trails and light  timber. Lane ^access from high-  -wHy���at���only $67,500:���Some  terms, c/o Box 310,' Peninsula  Times, Sechelt, B.C.      8733-tfn  LARGE lot on Redrooffs Road  almost  y_ acre, 80' frontage,,  elevated potential view. Power and  phone  available. Must  sell, $3,750. Ph. 885-9654.  8718-tfn  FOR sale by owner 4.7 acres,  2 bedroom house,, oil furnace. Spring and well water^  N.ear Halfmoon Bay ScftooJ,  $15,000. Phone 886-2961 after  4 p.mv 8396-21  SECHELT:   Nicely   wooded   5  ac.  block with  view. $9,500.  ROBERTS CREEK: Excellent  little starter home consisting of 2 rooms, and foundation in for addition. Situated  on a partially., developed ac. ���  with pretty little stream. Try  $5,000 down on full price of  "$16,500.  GIBSONS: Well located triplex just steps to schools  and shops. 2 three bedroom  units, 1 one bedroom unit, all  self contained. Excellent return on your investment here.  Come in and. discuss price  and terms, they will surprise  you.  We have a fine vj|*w .lot in  area of new homes, fully serviced   for only  $4,500.  REAL opportunity knocks sel-  > dom. We are offering one  now in a" delightful bsmt.,  home in convenient location.  2 nice bedrooms, modern kitchen and dining room. Spao  ious 19 x 20 living room, A-  oil heat. Grounds nicely landscaped. All this for only  $21,000.   full   price.  LevAl   lot   all   in   grass   avail-  abftrTiow for only $5,800.  K. BUTLER REALTY  LTD.  8'.   ALASKAN, -camper, ��� -fully.  equipped,    immaculate. - For  Sale   Ph.   886-2981. 6899-21  1070 M4VERICK 6 cyl- stand-  ard,  one. owner.  Phone 885-  2359 or 885-2266 ask-for-Bryan,-'  8686-23  1960 DODGE half-ton pick-up  with   plywood   canopy,   $400  or best offer. Phone  886-7682.  i 8684:23  1955   G.M.C.   pick-up,   $225   or  best   offer.   Ph.   883-2336.  8745-tfn  1954  CHEV   with   good   motor  &1970 tires. Phone 885-2809.  8688-21  1962 BLACK and white Rambler,   recent   new   tires   and  repair  work  done.  Engine  recondition 4 2   years   ago.   $250.  ���  .Phone  886-2660. 8081-21  RENAULT- Gordini- 1962 for  <: sale -by -owner; Just, had-  brakes 7 .rhed and" reliried.  Excellent tires Licensed and  ready to go. Best offer. 88.6-  7218 8086-21  .-UNBELIEVABLE'But True���  at' The Times Bookstore,  Sechelt���See the new Olympic  Electric Adding Machine. Just  $99.50. Limited number available. Ph. 885-9654. '  PENDER HARBOUR and EGMONT  400 FT. WATERFRONT���BARGAIN  HARBOUR  ALL   TYPES   INSURANCE  Gibsons, B.C.  Phone  886-2000  MEMBER  MULTIPLE   LISTING  SERVICE    ,  8084-21  ENGLISH LTD.  PHONE   886-2248  ���' Notary Public  LISTINGS WANTED  Vince'prewer 886-9359  Wally Peterson      886-2877  Ron McSavaney    886-9656  Box  238,  Gibsons,  B.C.  8083-21  REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE  NOTARY PUBLIC AND APPRAISALS  LANGDALE   SUBDIVISION:   Where   the   action   is!  -DrT^Tn^uTicilrT^^  still some view lots available, both sides of highway  for $3500-$5000. Ask us where they are.  LIMITED  8697-21  TblTtSUiCK.  HESULTS-  USE TIMES ADBRIEFS  GIBSONS AND SECHELT  WESTERN DRUGS  , , . is pleased to sponsor this  Birth Announcement space- ond  extends Best Wishes, to tho happy  motive needs. D. J. Graham  Auto Ltd,, Box 1300, Elmira,  Ont. 8481-21  ���GOAST-GON-TRAGT-I-NG���  REAL ESTATE  Box 769  SFCHELX 'B.C.  parents,  COMING EVENTS  LA   to  Guides  und  Brownies  Rummage sulo 1-M, April 21,  United  Church  Hull,   2:30  to  ������.,.,, ��| ���.,,, m .���,^^..~^_^.�����^.807K-21��-  -���T WI tl G HT~TH E ATRE���7  GlbHOIlti  Sturls  WocIh.  April   II)  lo l-Yl,  April   21,   Double   I'ouluro   ul  7  \.n\,  ' LOLA,    '  ',..  HIui'I'Imk:     ChurluH     UruiiHon,  SiiMun Qooi'KOi Trovor Howard  , "unci; Alp Slur Cast,  and  fcjpudiU KuUivn. liliiMUBWiinjul...  .7, MELODY       >7  HIuitIhk:   .la-.'k   Wild,   Mark  Ia.i.Ioi\   Willi   iiiuhU.    by    lho   *13KW-aWII)8.   Hnlh  CloiuiniJ  Cli.Hr.ll'li.ltlUm.  .Sii|.,~Kui),4��Mon,71'1UUH,~.Api,lL��22��  lo April 2(V, ul II p.ni, ���   THE. ���   ANDROMEDA STRAIN  ".lononil CluMll'loiiUon,  1101112-21  Building - All types,  Roofing - Duaroid'   Shingles  Shakos - Aluminum  Pulnting - Int., Ext. - Res, &  Commercial  .,,CR.,),a;ctq,,^  walk,1. - huu & roiViiilifg wallti,  --,"j1lqor-Ji;pvtM,lng---^-insulatlon7-  Phono ,886-7320  DODO-lfn  ARE  you   living  with  an  alcoholic?   For  help  call  Al-,  ..AnoiwOUfl.2343,   11(10-7230,   BBS-,  II-IUI), B(l7l)-23  liUTTERWORTH  TOURS  , 11,.iliiya.,lWi��. T��Hi:,.i��i!,.  , May ��� <Hh and -271U        7 tW.y�� on May   I4lh, !|'.(J3.  l'"l'ou Paokugt'  I'liuiiu   IWI-'K"')'!   or .133^2(17  11121),   fa'tiHl  22nd   Avo,  7":  ���Yinu;oiivor;i2i::i';Cl -���-���-   .ESTATES LTD..!.���������, 885-2241  See us at our Office qcross from tho Sechelt Bus Depot  7 .,,.,.. SA^ro^AY-VtEW ;   90'x275' View Lot all treed, fully sorviced,  good beach, accebS  will'ho subdlvidable in future, F.P, $5500 cash. S. Anderson 885-   2385 or J., Andorson 885-2053*     .         ROBERTS CREEK: White Avenue/ nice lot, clear,  ready for building, size 75'x425', all services in, some  view. F.P. $570.0.  GOWER   POINT:   Lots  with   80'   to   100'   frontage,  potential  view,  very  desirable  area,   low  taxes, all  Wrvices, $50Q0~To"$<5t>Gfr ] :���~      ~~  GIBSONS: Martin Road. Ideal for small family or  retirement two bedrooms, including living room,  carport and workshop, listed for $18,000. Can arrange  terms.  NORTH ROAD: Good 2 bedroom home on 4.6 acres.  Deluxe 60'xl2' mobile home mounted -on concrete and on  approx. 1,400 sq. ft. well constructed building easily converted  into a very nice home (lower floor already finished and furnished  as deluxe pool room���recreation room). Landscaped. Float and  private marine ways. Many opportunities for development or just  a real nice place to live. Exceptionally good buy at $53,000 with  $20,000 down.  WATERFRONT DUPLEX  Near  Madeira   Park,   on . 70'   level   waterfront   lot   in   grass  and  trees. .Small side bv side one BR furnished duplex units   -electric  heating, carports.  Ideal for 2 fishing partners as a  joint invesr^"  ment. Asking price $30,000.  FURNISHED HOME-^IRVINES LANDING  Very comfortable two B.R. view home on large lot. Good gardening  soil. Close to marina  and  boat launching. $28,000 with  terms.  EARL COVE RESTAURANT  At Earl Cove Ferry Terminal, the best  location on the  Sunshine  Coast. Property, business and equipment for sale, or would lease  business and equipment,  MARINA SITE  Earl Cove���marina, motel or subdivision' site adjoining ferry  terminal. Approx. 51 acres with approx. 850 ft. waterfront,  1,300 ft. on Hwy.  101. Full price $75,000 with $30,Q00 down.  APPROXIMATELY 33 ACRES���PENDER HARBOUR  On Hwy. 101, fronting on 3 sides of P.H. Secondary School. Approx.  10 acres partially cleared and in grass. Would make excellent  subdivision or mobile -home park. Full price $32,000 with $10,000  down.  -EA-Rt~eevE-~  SARGEANT BAY RECREATION LOT  Ovor   '/j  aero,  all  nicely  treed,, good  accoss  to  public  beach,  Trqilorsi arid s>ma.ll cabins are allowed,  R-ll  stoning,  F.P,  $3700,  ' *"* '���~X"'A7iao7bw"88'5-2'053"w ^  DAVIS BAY  Va aero vlow lols noxl  lo park ancl bchoola, Four bulldlna ^H"!'  nlcoly Irood, From $5,000, S, Andorson 885-2385 or J, Andort-un  885-2063,  Very attractive property, close to school. FTPT^lTdQO.  GIBSONS WATERFRONT: Sixty feet, of .prime waterfront with terrific view facing Salmon Rock. Nice 3  -bed-roomrhome-^'eatu res-bea med-cei I i ng ^W^Wxanpe  A few lots still available on this 30 lot subdivision. Priced from  $4,000.  "MADEIRA PARK  Choice view lots.on 64  lot subdivision.  Prices from  $4,000  to  $9,000. Some cleared ready for building.  NEAR NEW 2 BR HOME  On  approx.   %   acre  level   lot  near  Madeira   Park.   Has  electric  heating,   fireplace,   storage  and   workshop.  Fulk price   $21,000.  APPROX."275 FT. WATERFRONT  Garden Bay���over one acre. Deep, sheltered moorage.-Full price  ���I '������    $26-,000, with'$13,000-down. ���r  LAGOON ROAD  4 very good building  lots.  Easy walking distance to school and  stores at Madeira Park. Watch for our signs on these lots ,  . .  $6/000 each, with only $1,000 down.  43 ACRES FARM^TYPE LAND  Approx, 500 ft. waterfront ori tidal flats. Older log home, Fairly  new   double   garage.    Fruit   trees,   Full  price   $40/000    with  "-���-"���         1 $20,000-down; : ;   SELMA PARK  RM    hlHT'I'lUmiWADH,    unvol  opum, rNi;iUqn\()ntH, lnvoiv'oo  iuu! ail' ctVmnnoru'inl prlnllnif  I'oiit'ii'ct"llio*TlrtiOB "offleo nl fcio-  utKi't or i>)iono flfllMiOM,  Loicjo vluw 161, Clobo lo' blorb," p'oat offlco' ancl now breakwater,  boat launchin'rj. Irloal rotlromont aroa, Walking dlblanca lo boach,  F.P.  $5,000, wllh $2,000 down and $60 a month. J. Andorhon  1     885^2053 or S, Anderson 885-2385, ���    ���   ���   WATERFRONT LOTS    -  -Wa havo lho-lcircio.il solocllon. ol Walorfronl Vlow Lots on.,lho  SunshHiQ Coa!.ii CALL US NOW lor thai Rocroqlloir'or Rollr'o-  inonl  lot,  Wo havo   .   couplo  with  proloctod  moorage,  Lon  oi'  Suzanne Van l:rjmoncl ��Tfl5-22/| 1 or 885-9603,  ./nnty  ^tarrnr  7*-"  ,.1-t t|W ���  TRWATITSATlI=1MMEDlATrPOSSnS$ION"  ^ ACRES  .I'm-lly-'clonrml-wiMh niun  '100-tiu, ���-lt,-(lwt)|llritj~-un-..|l -lur ./rlTi'l)  ^i'o;6*o'orcuirsTr^Tr^rt^  0B&.96B3.   , ��� ,f~^-^.,-   >   . HOBBY FARM  '"Mtnlanvhomoi'(1152 ��q. It.)��� with 4oxlro, I lb:?. ��wi,-ltr thot-covild  ho madu into a duplex or onpnnil main hoiiao. ll It, tiflllnn on 3  el'oica ocroti wllh nico viow, Laroo hoolocl uliocl Svtlh 85 chin*  Chilian, u A ecu cjchchio, linchpin, mnall imck, 100In ulc, Small  onlmalh, chlckons, ducKfi, aooRo('" plnv'nnols, otc. Fully equipped  ���"Air this-&tso much,,rrioro,*-forpnly"'$'|5f000rMii��r- bo-Mcn-io-bo-  ,ap|)ioci��tud. Cm 11 SM(,oni)o���V��ri,!"amwncl QQ"-V6fl3 oi-flflb-?.241.  tf^t����>>WIW)H^S��l<��jM'rt<H��  "Gooiolq SliQlt Vlaw Homo", Solma Park  Approx,1 2400 sq, ft,'on 2 floors, 4 bdrms., 2 ballinm, 2 lira.  placet, W.W, carpotlno, '^W��iffi��S^  .Mwv^w,,;r:,^4:^������:;^;/i;|)|,ot,(rGO��J^^0;:^7,'   .        . .     ���"'  ,. .i 11''*'�� j" ..,, .      ' >  HORSE 130ARDING RANCH  10 loyol ncion Ciihiionii aron, A2'_72' comonl hU\ck born, Hip  q|.|(rilniim innl ninrogo aron 100 tnnii.'l'nvcid' mod and woti.r  'nunply;', Ruul liilidcSliT' Tirii22;000-mF;PrTffllfllTr~,.laclrAritlorwri.*'  flni)!2n".i"ivTiinii Aniiuihoii nns-aans.  in  front  room,'Granite  fireplace,  sliding  doors  to  wrap around^.sundeck.  K2  basement.  F.P.  $35,000.  HOPKINS LANDING WATERFRONT: A real gem is  this landscaped acre with 145' of level beach front  ancl natural pond. Also lovely 3 bedroom home over-  -looklng-secrancl "islands;- Perfect, to. moor-any-JkincLoL  -baatr~Good���fishing-and-swlmmlng.   Asking   price  -$52,000.- -'- ���-������ -tv  ���       ��������� ������ :' ������  8,3 ACRES at S BEND, Highway 101, size 180 ft. x  2000 ft, Good holding property, Full prlco $12,000.  DAVIS BAY; What a view from this large lot over-  'looking the ocean, cleared,'ready to build on. F, P.  $5,500 cash. ^   TBizDROO^ base-  ' ment, all services, auto oil heat, This won't last at,  , $11,500 cash.  ( ,. .       '���,:���,  REED ROAD: 5 acres-with 2 Bedroom fulf basomont   homo, largo,ropms,.pkis,M\\\\.y.shod, Good location.  closo to schpols and. shopping, F.P. $17,500 lorms. ,  ^WAl'ERFRONTrrn*! hQ-hecirhof^Gibsons-Gommopcial-*  qroa on Marino Drivo, 50' wllh tho uso of prospnt  roValhiha wair f^^^ '  now for $11,000.  IRVINE'S LANDING  Two homes���, one 3��� B.R. one 2.B.R, ,on yery.large lot, .closeto  marina and boat launching. Overlooking famous Leo Bay fishing  grounds, $36,000 with torms.  ..". c.  ���....���^WL^T^LCI ILW17:::.:' ^v-  'Jui'vli.i.il ti nod lul'tin (|ulc.l iiliool, (Juihl loM'ilnnilnl nicu, [.lnao tu  beach. Liinull cir.rik on piopQity. I'.P. '|i>Hit)iJ,0l). 'jlan Andoi!,un  UUIj-WHU or JntU AiulaiY'in OOb-UOUa, ,  v:i  di-cih:  vmw  ,a.-~wiist si:  l.  ���mi*t9i,<iimi'jmi*n-&T**iti**to9W*>a^n*^K9i^i*H*iu*^ uunnryi^iU"��rMiuii.TM _ piw.^^iiMyvv<j^4^��'uMMj3ii*efcy^��j  1 P.'JA'l!)C)  Mild llvoly  ..liHiiml,   llnnily  IuluIiuii,  ilui,o  Iu  ncucli,  j>^-.,r.���:t>"';mw,^.,^  1    WATERFRONT���SECHUUT INLET  'iotoc|(Hl,iniiPfPtlo for.yunr Uml, Sandy Iwicli, Ixiol liorhtnir to ho  nhldjltyJv Laro'u,Mirjiulocl pion, Sovaral oond bulli|lno iilloh on lho  oh  l',P,   $11,1)00,   liahy TofPT..   J,   Anduw>n   flfltvSOSa,   S,  ��� ��� ,   '   ���       /Wiurh-M" "Bs-aans   SOAMES POINT: Suporb viow homo on Marina Drivo,  recently completed. Vary allractlvaly finished, has  'two bedrooms,'F.P. $18,000.   Hrf4>..|,��lm  MARTIN ROAD: Woll keptl^ouso In a claalablo rosl-  donllal qroa, Living room 12'x16', wllh flroplaco,  bright kltclion, two bodrooms, Elect, hopt. Carport  and workshop, $18,000 F.P. half cash might work.  1 . *��� ,-��� -���   ���' "... ~~  GOWIiR.POINT KOAD: A luw hall,actu luls In now  ,:jk.  WATIiRFRONT; 60' ol lovol bncich alyotir dour'nlop  '"by 300' lonp. wllh afd-tlmcr cabin.oi\.qt..5qJnm.CarK^.  luauo land, h'.lJ. !|./U0U cauh,  TTSTI^GS^WANTnD-  <VV^^'^M��^f��l��4��<t^^-^I^IW|.^MI)tau^V-lW��MliW9Hli HtWMifttA*#K.WWftt ����*'W  Loi us soli your properly, wo'gat1 rasullH, our aq[��u  o^cocdod ono million dollara In  1971.  K. A,, Crosby 886-2098 - J. E. While 886-2395'  j. Vl^or 885-2^00  GARDEN-BAY LAKE  l! ���  Comfortable 2 B.R. house, fully furnished on extra large park-  Ijko lot; overlooking Garden Bay Lake. With 247' frontage, Priced        " '7 "at- $27,500.' ���"��� '"-������"���' ""1" '"  ��� 3 BEDROOM SPLIT LEVEL  Approve,  4 acros with   150 ft.  'watorfront, On Hwy.   101   near  Madolra Park. Full price $35,000 wllh $12,000 down.  Very largo park-Ilka lots overlooking Penclor Harbour. Priced from  ""'��� ,""     $5,000 to $6,000:With goodtdrms.   "'  '  WATERFRONT..L0TS  Francis Ponlnsula���80'^-$ 10,000 cash. Lot  1? 75'���$15,5QQ.  ,        RUBY LAKE MOTEL ,  ' 10 Vy\o|p1 units' (al( electric)---8 with cooking facilities, offlco with  living  quarters  for manager  Approx,7 8QQ fr,  on  small  lake,1  1   approx, 200 ft. on Ruby Lako with floats and launching ramp,  Full pricq $85,000 with $25,000 down.  : ;;       ������'������'    GARDEN-PAY ���    '  , 315, ft, waiorfront, oviSr 3 acres on 2, Boparalo, parcols, .Very  largo homo���6 (could bo 10) boclrooms���an oxcoliant start for  a flshlna Noo and resort, Gooc( boach, lots of floats, $70,000  full prlco, good torms,' Or house ,can bo purchased wltli' 1Q0 ft.  waiorfront lot for $42,000,   . '  : ' ' $H7pb ^ull.pbice,, ,; ,.���,',;....  Near Madeira  Park���4   I3R  homo on Icirao  viow   lut,   Huu <ull  furnace, .balcony an 2 ttkloa, Immodlalo poasoaslon,  ��n-^AppROxr-l'52-FTFwW  Proporly In 2 lots. but. owner uayu uoll tooothur for $26,500 with  ": ������'���7- ;��������� "�� $13,000^0^7"'^ '" "J"'" ���  '  ' " M    pRANcTs PENINSULA' '     "  2 t^tlaHy'inclQ vlaW To 1 "V6 acrps each, Ohly a'law .'  hundred It, from Marina, Each priced o| $10,0p0-^Tomia.  i ^ij^^WMi^M^^   DjL^ad^fi, vvitli a'"cons^darabl1DT',aipoVi"i^Tv'of''moictianioibla t'imbar,  " has appro^r550*ftT^f*Wa'<iorff6rJt 'oh"*MliiQ|.'NK'^^fcw^ cVcrooir"  .  through proporty and an-old houaoiwhich comIcI bo rebuilt. Full        prlco $50,000 with $254O0O down.       '  296 FT7WATERR0NT     , ,      '.'  Thlo It* q.rocky lot wllh doop waiorfront, priced far quick ��a|o at  '���    ' $l3/000_cotth. .  7,'! ,'���   """        i^OW-UAK,!.;'    :.���'{.  ......,.li,V:..;.l';:;.-W^^  with  iminlntj  wulor.  I>ntlit��inti  und' ���i.<iivict.d   with  liydiu,   hill  _ u- ..��_^fTra.^1-000LW||(r|ilJn..|!. , ^���,  .,;���       MOBILE HOMlf SITE'S . ..'..'   ���  Sovaral loth ava|lali|o,  Mriity othor\vlavv1,ont| vya'lorliont Inlu In lho |?o'|nJoi Harbour orod  iliiSiiiEi  REALTY U,TP,  , ...Madolrd Park, B.C.',   ���  Phono Ponder Harbour 883-2233  Mi'flrii  %'  ���.,(.  uynwfr.  wr~fX*wv*  ^.^Wfc4^rw^��wpHy,���^jiiw,nii,.n,a��� ^^,^w.���fa.i^^.i|HTWpW,^i^,wfy^ M )T*V** _ **M s>  \  ./���  AUTOS  & TRUCKS  (ednt.j    WORK WANTED (Cont.) N    'FOR ..ALE  FOR SALE (Continued)  Growing enthusiasm . . .  Xti.  iff-.  ~l��_  IDEA37 family .:.f. V.-1G0 Comet, recently oily levied, good  tires.   noNust,   ���..{)()  cash.   Ph.  K694-21  !!,,.r��-!)747.  . ����-^��4��  s\ --  lS'H';i  OITKOEftj. OS.  1!). AutD-  mntic  shift,   (inly Ti.UHK.)   mi.  Cxxxd-    c.onditinii.      !.<\s1      offer.  l'rk'ji+i'' ���sale.   l>lu..io~7ifJr>-99:2.). ���  8l.af.71  1 OBf. ClIKV Impala   1  door sedan,   ..''.7   iiiolnr,  eve.   ciiu.lit-  ion.  Offer-;.   I'll.  ttJSti-'.'ar.   after  "���-'il HUhsT-lM  BOATS & ENGINES  AKBUKlTk: or Formica count-  er tops. Professionally applied and guaranteed. ��� Will  bring, colour samples to you.  Bill��� 8fi:i-24(l.i.' 7936-tin  RAW filing,  lawn, garden and  bush- tools" sharpened,  l7.ua.r-.  .nilivd   workmanship.   15th   St.  at Cower Point  Head H��(i-2701.  v K0(..��- 22  ���BU^mt^S   machine  repair   &  service.    Piione   836-2728.  7993-tfn  WANTiD  WANTED ��� small    lu..at ��� approx It)' x 12' with oars. Ph.  R8f.-2024. " 8725-21  15"<i"     HOUSTON     glasscraff  boat   wiih   55   h.p.   Johnson.  C-W trailer,  all top condition,  $1,800.   Phone  883-2624.  8687-21   - , r��� 7_  25 .FT.  Fairliner  Cruiser,  new  motor 327 h.p. ��Grey  Marine  seats   (i.   Phone   886-7317   after  "' p.m. 8088-21  TRAILERS  FURNJSIIKD.(SchultZl   Irailer  33'  x 87  Air conditioned  in  nice  shape, $1750.   Phone  883-  2240. ����<)()-21  MOBILE HOMES  AYERS Mobile Home Park -  West Sechelt - Now accepting reservations. Secluded  location, all services. Mason  Rd., West Sechelt, next to  school.   Ph.   885-2375.     8705-24  -EINANCINC      Your Mobile  Home Arranged ��� Large 2  bedroom mobile home. 2  baths, large family room with  patio doors. Built in china  cabinet, large closets and  cupboards. No furnishings, -  this is the best basic unit on  the Peninsula.' Double ferry  charges have been paid. Put  this fine home on your own  foundation and apply for the  Home Owners Grant. . $15;500  Financing Arranged. No  agents. Phone 885-2153 after  6 p.m. 8713-tfn  HELP WANTED  SALAL WANTED  If you  are browned  off,  try me.  NAIDA WILSON  v 885-9746  7563-52  FOR RENT  HALL for rent ���Wilson Creek  Community     Hall.     Contact  Mrs. Diane Anderson 885-^2385.  7815-tfn  SELMA    Park    Hall.    $5    per  meeting.   Ph..   885-9437.  7343-t fn  WANTED TO RENT-  WAN TED���cottage   near   Red  rooffs,   suit.  4   people,   July  16 to 30. Ph.  112-596-8980.  8741-22  1   OR��� 2  bedroom house  for 2  _   or   3   months.   Walking   distance to shopping and water.  Starting   June    1. 8076-21  ���CHESTERFIELD  bed  for sale  $45.  Roy electric stove 3{) x  28.   $tuu.   2   single  beds   complete   .$20   each.   Ph.   885-9652..  '       "'       8676-21  BRAND    new    baby    walker,  Thistle   babv    carriage.    Ph.  885-9550. 8739-22  IF   IT'S    suits���it's    Morgans.  835 9330,. Sechelt, B.C.  8893-tfn  GARBAGE  burner,  good con-  dition.  Ph.  836-9340.   .  8079-21  RUBBER   stamps  .of  all   ascriptions   may   be   obtained  at The Times. Phone 885-96,54.  Quick service on all orders.  ELECTROLUX  Bob Waltham  Phone 885-9878  8299-tfn  GARDEN * manure,   ,pick-ups,  loads   delivered   space  heater.   ' Gibsons     Wildlife  ^Club  And ion -April.   29.        . 3090-21  'KLE'cTRIC   griddle,   deep   fry-  er,   .coffee    pot,    iron,    pole  lamp, records, life jackets,  toilet   how's, sink   and   tups,   Gibsons \V id life Auclioi^ April 29.  K0!!9-2i  The Peninsula Tifties- ?a^e A-5  Wednesday. April 19. YW2 ���  1971*72 soccer season  showed increased interest       Safe Motoring  MODEL      for      International  Hairstyling Qomaelition 21  40 years old. Ask for Liza at  Continental Coiffures, Trail  Bay   PlazaT Sechelt,' 885-2339.  8682-21  1 or 2 BEDROOM house for 2  or- 3   months.   Walking   distance  to  shopping and  water.  Starting 1st June 886-7010.  8080-21  YEAR roynd residence in Gibsons for family of two small  children.   Phone   Les   in  Vancouver   873-1994. 8071-22  LOST  - REWARD  Male Siamese Cat  Name "Bentley" lost Porpoise  Bay.  Has  loop in.  tail.  Please  Phone  collect Whitcroft, Van-   .ccm.v.ei^_L12^263.=.76.U.,   -TWO bedroom house in Gibsons. View, $8,700. v Ph. 926-  1024.   . 8077 -2T  HOOVER rinse-a-matic washer and spin dry with arbor-  ���ite cover. Hoover portable  dryer, like new, both $325.  R&W 23" Console TV reconditioned.   Ph.  886-7230.  8070-22  LEARN the A.B.C. of Gardening with books at News,  Books & . Stationery, Sechelt.  In stock: A.B.C. of Roses;  Dahlias; Vegetables; Pests &  Diseases; Cloche Gardening;  Greenhouses; Good Soil. Also  -Ga^d��Bin���7nH-he-Westi-Pacific  Bulb Gardener; Organic Gardening; Grow It and Cook It  and a host of others. All reasonable priced. Phone 885-  9654. 8722-21  7AKT    bath    tuji,    \aniiy    and.  unlet,,     bra'-.,      lire      screen,  merry   tiller.    K'houe   7,y,i\ 9:t7.  8691-71  ONE   wheel    Irailer   for    sale.  .Excellent condition, .$75. Ph  885-9735,. 8692-23  IF YOU want to advertise in  Sechelt, Gibson's, Port Mellon. Pender Harbour "etc. you  can reach everywhere "on the  lower Sunshine Coast with  -The Peninsula Times. More  than 10.000 readers every  Wednesday. Rates *and sample  copies at The News, Powell  River, where you may place  and pay for your classified 'or  display   advertising.  ENTHUSIASM"  in   soccer   has   iuereased* ,  each   year, -reports   Mr.   Terry   Connor,  President of the Sunshine Coast Juvenile  Soccer   Association,    whu'   winds    up   the  season with  the  following  rep'OTTT"     '    ~"'~  The   197177'. soccer season on  the Sun- ���  ���hine  Coast   is  over   with  2.0  hoy:xliang-  iii|., up .their boa1-, until  next  season.  En- ^  I bus.asm has increased each year but  the  supply of  fields is still   rather   limited. It  Pendbbr Hi-lites  is In.-ped' that School District No. 46 will  ^���V able to sup-ply more all weather areas  on   which   Ihe  game-can  lV play.<?d.  Due lo tlu> weather some of the tean\s  "wrre unable tor.>Tiij.lcMe Hie rinT'^sxTi?rnTiTF"  but   there  was  no disputing  tlie  winning  leau.i:.  in  the .thjee di.\ isions.  Soine  lower"  b-ain 'pusit inn's   may   have  changed- if  alf  I be   garnes   had.   been   played    This   Will  have  to  be   blamed  on   the   weather,  noU  the   children.  .    "It has been a  lively and  challenging  PHILCO   casselte   tape   recorder new. battery or plug in.  Sacrifice  $35.   Pl7 885-9654.  8(5-98-1 In  DINING room table, buffet,  rugs, card table: & chairs,  antiques; misc. silver & china,  fijshing tackle, shotgun. Phone  886-9390. 8695-21  WALK-IN    freezer    for    sale.  Also    childrens     desk     and  chairs.    Ph.   886-2542   or   886-  7320. 8681-21  LEGAL NOTICES  SIGNS of the Times: We  carry a large selection of  cardboard signs such as No  Parking, Reserved, No Trespassing, Danger, For Sale, For  Rent, etc., etc. On regular or  weather-proof cardboard. Or  we'll make up any wording  you require^at reasonable cost.  Books arid Stationery. Ph.  485-2728.  WRINGER   washer   excellent  condition.     Imitation     fire-  FORM   No.   1  LAND  ACT  NOTICE OF INTENTION TO  APPLY FOR A DISPOSITION  OF CROWN LAND  In Land Recording District  of New Westminster and situated at Garden Bay, B.C.  Take notice that Agamemnon   Marine   Ltd.   of   Box   1,  ���by Cindy  Harris  WE'VE only been back.at school for two  Weeks now and not much is going on.  Hope everyone had an enjoyable holida'y.  Report cards should be, out next week.  Plans are underway for graduation ceremonies this year to be held on May  12.  HOUSE GAMES  The basketball games-for house-competition are now over. Results of tho  games  were: v  Jr. girls, Haida 4. Nootka 5. Jr. boys,  Haida 6, Nootka 3. ,Sr. gij-ls, Haida 5,  Nootka  4.  Sr.  boys,  Haida  4,   Nootka  5.  Tot ill scores of basketball games were  Haida  19,  Nootka   17.  Grade  9  poetry   by   Doug  Barsleaux  W II 0     KNOWS  Down in the vast and peaceful dome  The fishes  swim  about   their  home.  Protected  from  the  world  above  That's filled with hate and so-called love.  These peaceful fish they grieve the day  When man will surely have to pay.  For soon will come the human's doom  And man  will  perish with a boom.  The pointless wars that countries fight  Are just���to show who has more might.  ��� But is it right to take a life  And leave behind his son and wife?  The peaceful fish are threatened too  By garbage dumped by me and you.  Pollution  is  a  terrible  thing  One fish might choke on  a  piece  of string.. - ���  This wand of ours is falling apart  It's  been  that  way  right  from  the  start  Piece by  piece  it  is  chipped  away  Until  it will end;  that  fatal day.  Fines and suspensions  seasoji  for one  anc  al  ."  TEAM  STANDINGS.  Division  ?���  Team          v  P  W  T  L  GF GA  Pis  Res'    Warriors  9  9  0  0  48  2  ^18  Ken mac  Bombers  12  7  1  4  40  16  15  Teertoan <s'  8  7  0  1  24^  3  ��� 14  Chessman  10  6  1  3  29  9  is  Nomads  10  0  0  10  0  65  0  Douglas   Flyers-  . 8  3  0  5  6  16  6  Division 5 and  6  Co-Op Cougars  12  12  0  0  58  6  24,  Res.   Braves  10  8  0  2  40  13  It"  Caledonians  11  3  1  7  12  37  7  Roberts   Creek  11  2  _*  7  29  42  6  P.H.   Rough  Riders.  1.'.  1  .  4  11  30  r>  Ken's Vikings  10  1  ���)  n  1  11  33  A  Divsion  4  Super   Valu  10  9  0  1  36  10  18  Timberrnen  9  6  1  2  11  6  13  Res.   Warriors  8  2  1  5  12  21  5  8706-21    gas lawn mower. Ph. 886-7127  FOUND  WANTED���Assistant Regonal  Sales Directors by expanding B.C. Company to promote  and motivate growing sales  force in automotive, fashions,  security systems and .chemical  fields. High remuneration fpr  qualified people. 'Age no bar  -r-i^r-^-Com mission���'-and���bonus-  TO the lady who purchased  Cards from Miss Bee's Card  and Gift Shop- and lost them.  Please come and pick them  up. They were returned to the  store by three young lads who  found them on the sidewalk  -..nearby. ..'. 8680^21  incentives. Retirement plan.  Our employees are aware of  this ad. Phone collect: 112-  922-0967 or write Vice . President, Box 35274, Station E.  Vancouver,  B.C. 8702-21  MAN   required , ).o   help , with  garden at' private residence.  -Maxl-eirirt^^lcrl^TT-SS^eSS:   -   ... , 8677-21  WORK WANTED  ...iSjQN, Paining, .di:a,CLlini de,:.  PETS  MONKEY and  accessories for  sale  or swap.  Ph.  886-2163.  CINNAMON   male   Poodle,   7  months, 11 inches high, $50.  Also  toy   puppies,   $75   each.  Phone 885-9797. 8711,-22  ���p-laee:���Electric���flrror���ptyltistrei';���&a��le�����Bay���PrO-.-;���RrGv���occupation Resort Operation, intends to apply for a lease of  the following described lands:  Comfrlencing at a post planted at the south.-west corner  of .Water Lease 6877, thence  200 ( feet along the . westerly  boundary , of said lease 6877; j  thence west-by-south for 425  fee.t; thence south-by-southeast for 275 feet; thence' to  lead pin at westerly corner of  -Lot -8,.--DtLt- 1397, Group 1,  N.W.D., plan 13697; and containing three acres, more or  less.  MARINE ACCESSORIES  Paint���Fibreglass���Rope-  Canvas���Boat Hardware  Compressed air service  NYGREN SALES  (1971) LTD.  Phone 886-9303,  Gibsons,  B.C.  NYLON flight'bag like  new.  ___ -���������jj.y��� t^oj,   wrjnger   washer,  gives good clean wash, in good  condition, $7. Ph. 885-2809.  8689-21  ALDER  fireplace  wood,   pick  up or loads delivered. Gibsons   Wildlife   Club   Auction,  April. 29., 8091-21  T1VE5TOC1C  cbrating. Dune Roberts,' Ph,;  880-2802, 8701-22  CHICKS���Paymaster R. 1. Red  Cross, white Leghorns, white  Rocks.  Order  early,  send  for  prices, Nupier Hnjchery 22470-  ��� (Mtiv"Ave;,' R.R.   7,   Langley,  B.C.  534-.0208. 7840-tfn  GETlnto trim wiih Canadian  Forces 5BX for men and .10BX  for ladies, 35 cents each. ModernCarpentry ���$'9;9'5'."',"'SUnset'  Hobby Books $2.50. Last  Spike    and    National    Dream  ^H.  MacGREGOR PACIFIC REALTY  .L-TO-  t''  Box 799, Gibsons,  B.C., ��� Van.  Direct:  685-3133  "Developing with the Sunshine Coast"  LISTINGS WANTED  It makes sense ro.llst with tho Company that will give  'you the fullest coverage: '   '  '���'  Offices In West Vancouver ancl Gibsons,  ���     '   Toll free'line to Vancouver.    ���        '���'  Full   coverage   In  both   local   and1  Vancouver  papers.  1 7  plus a competent friendly staff-���'ALL' TO SERVE YOU BETTER!  We. have a waiting  list of Clients for YOUR  ,   Proportyl,  $10,, For the chidren Dr. Seuss,  Beatrix Potter books and lots  of good paperbacks and.lfitest  C^nadiana. always at the  Times Books.tore, Sechelt. Ph.  885-9054. 7704-7  The purpose for which the  disposition is required is to  cover docks and appurtenances used in connection with  established resort/marina bus-  -iness-on-up lands-.--  Agamemnon Marine .Ltd.  per; Peter R. Benjafield,  ' President.' '"   Dated  April  1st,   1972,  llYSTtp^b,' Api'ii;^,.:ra  stow impaire9~3nvers  FOLLOWING a routine check by RCMP,  Philip Burton Doran appeared before  Judge Charles Mittelsteadt April 7th and  entered a plea of guilty to a charge of  driving with, an alcohol content exceeding .08. He was fined $300 and suspended  from driving for 30 days.  Roy James Blanche of Madeira Park  appeared April 10th to answer twotounts  of. impaired driving and two counts. involving failure to take the breathalyzer  test. He had ;been"-piclced ~opr twlce~m"  one week.  Blanche was fined $100 on each count  and suspended from driving for a period  of three years.  Sechelt youth, Thomas A. Lamb was  charged following an accident and was  fined $300 with a 'six month driving .suspension- for driving with a blood count  . exceeding_..Qa_alcobQl._.  Dental Topics  CHEWING" OUR WAY TO BETTER  DENTAL  HEALTH  EVER think you would be chewing gum  to  prevent  tooth  decay?  Usually when you think about tooth  decay preventive measures the "Brush  your teeth twice a day and avoid eating  too many candies" slogan comes to mind,  .probably because you have been lectured  about it since your school.days. 'The addition of fluorides to a community's  water supply hardens up the enamel on  the teeth of its residents and this also  is  a  decay  preventive^measure.  Now it appears as* though chewing  gum which contains a phosphate could  be the newest measure devised by the  dental profession to co'mbat tooth decay.  Studies carried out with laboratory animals  have shown  that a  phosphate can  - ���by Sheila Harris  I'lVERYONF, knows that long uninterrupted stretches, of. driving, cause: a  sharp drop in a motorist's efficiency,--says���  ihe B.C. Automobile Association.'This deterioration* haL. now been measured in a  recent study' at Cornell University, dins  ing which simulated automobiles were  U'-.erj..  It was discovered that after four'hourp.  of driving, the average motorist takes  about twenty per cent longer between  correctiuir of the steering wheel. While  ability tu maintain a speed does not  change ��� significantly, the driver drifts  more (ban twice as far from the center  of the lane and, in the event of a tire  blowout, swerves three times asv far  when  tired  than when  alert.  Selected personnel "drove" the simulated automobiles and tracings of the  drivers' brain waves were measured. This  showed that by the fourth hour behind  the wheel all drivers were experiencing  more "alpha bursts" than durfhg their  first hour. Such hursts in" the prirriary  visual association area of the brain are  generally a sign that the individual is  in a "drowsy-awake" state, not attending to any particular stimulus.  The test demonstrates also how sleepy  drivers, drift toward accidents! During'  the first twenty-eight minutes of driving,  the subjects made frequent steering corrections and maintained their position:  accurately in the traffic lane. In the 108th  minute, corrections were fewer and positions in the ''traffic lane" were erratic.  In the 220th minute of driving, subjects  were acting sluggishly. They were mak-  jng  no  steering  corrections  and  seemed  unaware   that   they   were   half   off   the  road  in  the  wrong  lane.  - Each "motorist" was given a four-  minute -break' after completing the regular four hours of driving. When they  returned to the simulated automobiles  after the break, they maintained their  positions on the "road" with the same  accuracy as they had at the end of the  " first  hour  of  driving.  The findings of this research project  clearly, indicate .the value of rest pauses  during long distance driving, the B.C.  Automobile Association emphasizes.  Madeira Park  James Arthur Cramer of Gibsons was  charged   with   crossing   a   solid   double  , line jfo lip wing an..��accident near .Sechelt  in which his auto crossed the solid,lines  and  struck  an  oncoming  vehicle.  Dam-   age .was estimated  at $500; There--were  "redrnceH-orrrrr-rlecayT -i-~  The University of Alabama in Birmingham, U.S.A. is doing a study involving 600 scnool children. Four groups  of children are being compared. The first  chew a sugarless gum with phopshate,  the second a gum containing both phos.-  phate and sugar, the third a plain sugarless gum, and the fourth group receives  no gum. Every day each child will chew  the same type of gum for at least ten  minutes after breakfast, again after lunch  and shortly before bedtime. The school's'   dormitory_S-etting.jeiisures-J.hat each-chitd-  chews the same type of gum every day  and that all eat the same foods, an- important factor because diet affects dental  health.  The childrens'  teeth are checked for  decay at the start of the study and again  every six months. Comparisons between  the   four  groups  will  indicate   whether*  the   phosphate    protects    the   teeth   of.  -human���beinis-agaiiim'~d'ecay; '  When the results of this study and a  similar one being carried out in British  Columbia, become available perhaps we  will all be chewing our way to better  denial health,     -���Canadian Dental Assn.  -by Erin Hudson  EVERYONE was back at school on Monday after the Easter Holidays. Some  were glad, others "didn't like the idea too  much;. Our, individual photographs came  and we were pleased with the way they  turned out. Everyone . is busy, trading  pictures.  - If the weather ever improves, we will  be holding our Sports Day in-May sometime. Softball is becoming very popular,  with the girl's team storting soon.  We were glad to hear that Mr. Sever-  ~~sw"will~l5e joining" us again at .school'  and will teach Grade Seven on  Thursdays, Report cards will be out again too  so everyone is on his toes.  The  months are really flying by  as  there  are only  about  2%   months   left..  School trips should start soon. There are  so many interesting placet, to go, no one  knows where tKe best place is^ 7        -  ������GlradeHSevens-"are���bu^y���worktr ���  Art books and individual book reports.  The Cultural Opportunities Program will  fbte   discontinued! iiv ,two   weel^s -when  classes will b,e doing something with their  own  teacher.  Baseba11 will start up, ps  USE TIMES  ADBRIEFS  FOR QUICK RESULTS  no injuries,  Charges are pending following a single  car,accident near the Wakefield -Inn. An  auto driven by Ralph Beaumont of Bur-  haby is understood to have ended up in  ��-a ditch lasl Friday night.  Plywood  web beams aro  light, efficient  and   easily  assembled  with   nails,  glue,  ' or both, oir site' or in a factory,  m-  50orr-tisH.'htr%ra^ ts; uut un  then, floor hockey will continue. Tiger  Cats, Chpetahs and Falcons all have .3  points^ Globetrotters have none;  Member of the Multiple Listing Servico  LTD.  SECRET COVE PRIVATE WHARF ' No. 2469  Private deep water wharf In Secret Covo, Panabode Cottage and  guest cabin with lots of sun $30,000 cash: Ccilli'Jack Warn 886-2681 ,���  Office 885-2235.,  From Vancouver Toll Free - ZEnith 2012'  ' ;" SPRING SPECIALS  '"7 " '"'  . SELMA PARK-���Lovol/, brand ^rfi^^thrae J bedroom^  homo, with wall-wall carpet; \V% baths; Situated on  nlgo view loi, on paved" road, all facilities, Only:  . $24,500���Easy Terms, ���    ���     ���  ^Ff^NiaiN.^AD^Only stops to "beach on, quiet,  residential street, ideal retirement', or small family  2 bdrm homo, must be seen, Priced'to sell, Only:  ll^spp^Torms, ,sU;' ,   ,,. ,,,,,��� .������.,,_ ���   CHAMBERLAIN ROAD���Acroago���> torr|fleJ-ioldl|ig���  acros-���f 12,000,       ^    ir    ^ r 7   IT'S TIME���To buy a building lot' for tho future, or  -youHmmedlqto'needs. Wo h'Qve a varied selection, of  ' lots starting'at: $3,500,00���Call us today: Lorrie  Glrarrl: ' 8867244   or   8867760   or   Phil  Stmt!  No time for'health, today? '. .,  '7  May hqve no health tomorrow.  take time . . , look at these.  *..,j3uy--q-house . ...-enjoy a homo.  WATERFRONT ACREAGE No. 2499  Private use or dovolopor���17Ms unspoiled acres with approx, 800  feet useable" shorollno, fishing, boating, swimming In clean water.  Has road from highway to boach, may bo sold In one piece, or as  2 separate parcols, Cash 6r, topms., When you sea II, YOU will mso the  adjectives, Call:, Potor Smith' 885-9463 oves: ��� ���"���  _____  -V  % ACRE VIEW LOT        ��� No, 2388  - . Half acre ylow Iot��|00'x220'overlooking ocean at PavlsBayrSltuated  1   ' at ond of "qulot slroot,"Nearly IoyoI. nico.eholco*of 1ro6s |^f"easy  .tocloar. Only $6,200. Calh Don Haddon,885^<S"TNaj8.  WATERFRONT No. 2474  """''Cdhifortablo two',bod''0Dmon"ihulf''^  two bodrpom cottage for revenue, $35,000 terms. Call: C, R,  Gqthercolo 886-7015 ovos,  SECLUDED ESTATE - ' ,Nq. 2458  Modem 3 bedroom homo, foalMrina roql privacy whllo prosontlnn a  cornmpndltlg vlow of Georgia Straltn, Situated on 1,3 aqroa towarq*  ocoanon qulof'slcle'roqcl, i400rsq, ft; homo With' cosy flroplaco;  picture window. "City water", "phono", "hydro". W"ll nulled for  enjoyable, retirement, Full price $40,006,00, Colli Bob Ken| u.m.  lor appointment, ��    \  I"  '4    ,  ''I M'l  ���WOODS &5llA  " i No. 2359  Woods,.ooa dhd relaxation, For $5500 terms, Inrno noml watflrfront.  m,Call;..Jack Warn 886-26Ql~cYoa,*-><-.i^".��~~-.-^���������...,,,,.���..,���-.��������,_..-��, ���-.���  CLOSE TO MOORAGE  poluxo homo. 3 bedrooms, master wlthl onsulto plumbing. Spacious  JMnoj.ogixU.QQ^  Island, The hostess will ho delighted lo Antorlalnn in this bdaMllfully  appplnfod homo. You must see (hla homoJtp appreciate) It'a many high  quality fedttiros, For appointment calli Bob' Kent 885-9461  ovem,  GRANTHAMS No, 2478  Beautifully' Irood property, Gxcollont vlow, Well Insulated 2 hodroom  retirement cottago $19,000, Colli Jack Warn 886-2681 oyos,  ^���QQ;A^y**4';g(4^��w^^  WIMW'tfM'^^  l     ,    S\  LIST TODAY THE MacGREGOR WAY^  ,    Lorrlo Glra'rcli 88672'M or, 8867760 or ,  '       Phil Strut; 88647244' or 8867)44 '  LAKEFRONT LOT  No, 2436  ���Your.own-Ruby Uka waterfront of.-103,ft, good.access. Ownor will  listen to good cqnlf olfcm to full prlco, or terms noViihlo, Thoro In no  pollution hero; ffiollr:Potor Smitlv 885-9463 cvoii, 7   -nwwm-.   nwm nmf No,  2241 7 .. ��� ���  is THIS,,your homo? All ono Ijloon; unique flnlohlng Is 9 delight, anct     DAVIS BAY   ' ���' No, 2414  only 10 mjnmo drive to vllladn. Terms good, price low���wo can help    55 bqcjroom rotlromont homo "i<nt 3 yoani old, Largo vlow wlnclowa,  you wllh flnanco problems, AJIIi P,otor,Smlth P^��9463 ovos, oasyto'cqrbiior, Concroto wlta- around the houaoj on cloarod arid  3 BEDROOMS. NEAR NEW  1st AND 2nd MORTGAGES  Residential. -;..,Commercia.l,a,..Recreatlonal,��,,,>  All types, of real estate financing including builders  - loans, Fast appraisal service.-      -'   "     ACADIAN MORTGAGE CORP, LTD.  2438 MARINE DRIVE, WEST VANCOUVER, B.C.  Phono 926-3256    ��� ������ -   ���- ���   ���', ������ ������   '     -���   7    '   x /������   Wefcl like to   '  demonstrate the  of the Pioneer 3071,  _('||U,lll,>'.,  ������ w .:���  "SANDY H00l<"WATniTKRONT ^^Tm?  ntonp flroplaco, part hapomont, pundock, cancrolo driveway. jR<w>ra|  ,-Arbutu��4troo9c^ydrQ/~phono*and*^^  Socholt, Full price $19,950, Calli Don Haddcin 885-9504 qyos',  ,              '.. ,��,  . '.���-.'  FOUR BEDROOMS���$16,500 ' ' No. 8437'  Now ful|, high baiomor\t, I lOamp, sorvlco; oil furnace, Corrimandlnrr  vlow. Reasonably priced a�� owner anxloua ta noil, For further pgrll"   ^wrrairtrrWw  londscapod |o|, Short wnlk.io boach dtDavl�� Pdy_; Financing nvo|l��  ftl)|o7F��IIPrico of . 19,950, Call! Don Hodden 885-9504 ovbn,  ,A5K^ORJEREEjCAT/S",OeU^OFJ^IfAkl;5T__S;  mfmti*  ONLY $19,600,00 No, 2455  , , 4 bodrooms, Full prlco requires cash or own mortgage arraiiaorrjontr.  Box 155, Sccliolt  AGEWCIES. LTD.  Phono 885-2235  Wllh which wo will bo glad to assist; Only $1, per year for property ���   Or Call Toll Free from the greater Vancouver Area  tones lam year. Larrio lot, 135 ft, x 140 fri Recently rorrtof'clkdi  Homo'hai full bosoment,'qutomollc fKrnnco, Not for to Sondy  Publlo Poach area, Colli, (lob ryjni 605-9^61, , ,  i       '���*  yr  ZEnith 20)2h  (E.&O.E,)',  Advnntnrjon llko tho 2.,wnyooo|lnrj ay��tom Ihnt cooln tho  block, ns woll no tho now nylon (ttol tnnkv.; to mduoo  svibrwioio^tU^  "J&C  oollcl unit oon rod... n now clonniblQ Bpotk-urroHtlno muffler  "tl) n tr��TITb <| 11 Io t oeiFy o 17 n n<J i I ifcf b o b f f Cio f"  . nconamyof nil prof daalonnl snwo.,, ;._  Thoan nrn Junt'ri fow of tho 12 now  ttdynntnrjns you a<H with lho  ��Wonew-31071���� ,^_�����������������  PIONEER  CHAIN 3AWS.  SECHELT HOME SERVICE  P��,0, Pox 636 '       "'��',.  "��� ', Secholt, B,C     t 7 ,  885-2912    '  I.    3t     .     tf   '  .        ���.     ���.     ���.    .  iwi^^^t^Wr* w^F*t��Ht����^*���^l^����W,,,���*��v^��,'  un (^^M^ain^isutwjii  -I*.  "    .   ,,',,,  ���(MM*  w.��w^.q,pp  mtm_m  I     ,  ,t '.'  JL_  Mi&m*ttM4mif��  Z��  1*1 ��� \  Ottawa keport  ���      ���The Times Ottawa Bureau  POLLS RULE' OUT SPRING VOTE  v OTTAWA���Prime Minister Pierre .Trudeau Thas cautioned his Liberal ..followers "against believing the general election will come thisv Spring.  He made it clear on a national television interview , program early in March.  However his political opponents rejected  h'i^ admonition against anticipating an  early election as just a manoeuvre to  throw them off guard.  Just before the Easter recess of Parliament the Prime Minister told the Liberal  caucus, behind closed doors, that he  planned no June election. He urged the  Liberal M.P's to forget about the possibility of a June, election. He suggested  they should "cool it" an.d said he did not  want the Liberal political machine to  get info high gear for a general election  too  soon.  The next day after a Cabinet, meeting when questioned about this warning  by the press the Prime Minister confirmed that he ifad ruled out, in the caucus  in private, the possibility oi" a June election. He candidly admitted that he had  told the Liberals to think instead in terms  of an election  in  the Fall or in  1973.  However he acknowledged that the  press political" analysists would probably  disregard his declaration and continue to  ' discuss the possibility of a Spring or  Summer-election. The press boys cannot  forget that it was the same Mr. Trudeau,  who when he was elected leader in 1968,  told a press conference there was no  possibility of a snap general election.  Only a few days later he called just such  a  snap election  in   1968.  But this time he has told his 'bwn  M.P's behind J.he closed doors of the  caucus room that there will be no June  vote. This would seem to indicate he  definitely has ruled out a Spring election.  * Why has the Prime Minister decided  against an earry vote? He has not been  very enthusiastic about it right from the,  beginning. Liberal election planners within the organization had been split over  the advantages of going to the country  this Spring, four years after the last  ��� election, or waiting until October.  Recent polls * taken by the Liberal  Party have curbed the enthusiasm of the  Liberal vote planners. They show the  support of the Party has dropped in Toronto and in British Columbia, while rising slightly on the prairies and in the  Maritimes.  That was a shocker to the-Grits. Adding to their concern was a recent Gallup  Poll. It showed that the Liberals support  at the,end of March had slipped to 25  -per-eeftk-tKH^ss^he-ecH^^  "Growing demand! . . .  -P<tge-~A*6r-  "The Peninsula Times        Wednesday, AprinPP7T972  Regulations studied for mobile home parks  servatives  to   17  per  cent,   that  is   only  eight  points  separating  them.  What really worried the Liberals however was that across Canada 43 per cent  of" the voters .were in the "undecided"-  column. That was a high rise from the  29 per cent who could not say which  party they would support in 1968 just  before the general election, was-called.  More surprising however was the fact  that in French Canada those in the  "Can't Say" coluiun had soared tu 59  per Teni���-while iiiose ni .English Canada"  who cannot make up their minds "were  reported  at  34   per  cent.  That poll hy the Canadian Institute  of Public Opinion was published in newspapers the night that the caucus was  told there would be no June election.  Liberal backbenchers scanning it were  happy that the Prime Minister had back-  rrl   fiwjjiy   from ,j\  Spring  oloc'tieWr-qF^ey-  CONSTRyCTION- of new - homes son the  Sunshine Coast is expected to increase, substantially over last year's figures and so far statistics indicate that  they wili possibly-^more than double.  In keeping with the rapid development taking place, mobile homes are  also fulfilling a-vital need for. accommodation. As a resu.lt, mobile home parks  are blossoming forth and quickly becoming ^occupied.  5 With such establishments, the Regional Board is now laced with a growing need for setting up local,, regulations,  apart from existing provincial' regulations which are presently minimal.  The following brief submitted to the  Board by planner Ed Cuylits is presently  under\study prior lo a decision 'on establishing   local  co|||pls.  AN   ASSESSMENT  Presently, Mobile Home Parks are  regulated under B.C. Reg. 239/(57���The  Mobile Home Parks Regulations, 1967.  These regulations form part of the Health  Act arid are administered by the Union  Poard of Health. In this district, the  Coast-Garibaldi Health Unit acts as the  approving agency. The regulations set out  buffer zonejj, service building, spacing between units, sewage', and water supply  requirements. The regulations are minimal and often, sections are relaxed by  the approving officer. Recent amendments have removed the requirement of  a service building from parks catering to  independent mobile homes exclusively.  Presently, the provision of concrete pads  for mobile home spaces is not clearly  spelled out in the Act. Further, there is  ,'no minimum lot size requirement in the  regulations.  The Regional District's Zoning Bylaw accepts the Health Act Regulation  definition for mobile home' parks which  state that it is any parcel of land on  which are located two oi- more mobile  homes. In effect, the minimum for a  mobile home park is two units with no.  , site area  requirement.  With reference to site area requirements, Bartley and Blair have discussed  the matter at length and suggest some  reason why a minimum would be desirable. The following is quoted from their  book, "Mobile Home Parks and Comprehensive   Planning".  "Thinking about the acceptable minimum acreage can start with hard economic facts. The monetary return from  mobile home parks that are too small,  with crowded individual lots, Is so slight  that physical appearance of the park may  be allowed to degenerate. The value of  adjacent properties will be depressed  and potential health and safety hazards  may develop. These are the sorts of  Values that zoning is designed to control.  A   mobile  home  park   with   less   than  , standard parks- with, kjigh density are  potential slums. This, of course, should  be avoided.  A.    DENSITY  , In the B.C. Health Act, Mobile Home  Regulations the only reference to density  is the requirement that no mobile home  or. permissible addition may be sited  within twenty feet of another mobile  home, or to an .addition attached to a  s mobile home, as mentioned earlier in  this report. In some of the older parks,  some lots have become too small as the  size of the mobile home has greatly in-  ci^eased. The president of the Coquitlam  Mobile Home Owners Association note  that "3000 sq. ft. should be considered  as a minimum lot size for today's mobile  home park." However, it is barely  enough: a space measuring 40x75 ft. provides 300 sq. ft. For a 12x60' home plus  an 8x10' wide addition, as is common,  this can barely meet the Health Act  spacing requirements, at least when the  homes are placed ih rows. With the  mobile home abutting the rear line of  thfc space, there is insufficient room to  park the car end to end with it. When  using a 3000 sq. ft. lot, the density can  hardly be more than 9 units per gross  acre, and then virtually all of the park  site is occupied by mobile home sites,  roads, service buildings, and storage  areas. Therefore, an ideal density would  be 7 or 8 units per gross acre, according  to the site. As noted by the Lower  Mainland Regional Planning Board, the  quality of current development indicates  that clearer regulation of density is needed.  B.    SERVICES  As was mentioned earlier, the munic-  ipal service's needed by dwellery are not  very different from those needed by conventional home dwellers���but some internal services would malie a great improvement: laundry facilities along with  prohibition of outdoor drying of laundry,  storage lockers, garbage cans, oil tanks  and storage space could be built into  a single structure for each lot. These details would tidy up the appearance of any  individual sjte.  inenl  of   Mobile   Hb'me'x Pai-ks, "many" of  which would be on small parcels of less"  than-lour acres.  In viewx of the discussion above, it  may be wise to reconsider the existing  regulations before an excessive" number  of substandard parks become establish4-  ed throughout the District.  C9MMENT  ('Two major aspects of the discussion  above are size and density. Specifically  there'is a minimum number of units required before a park can be a successful  financial enterprise. The reports suggest  minimum park should accommodate at  east fifty units. However, as particular  development standards are lower in the  District the econqmic minimum could be  less. Existing Mobile Home Park regulations require a- minimum space- size of  approximately 2,400 square feet ,with  trailer spacing twenty $eei apart (without additions) or 18 units per net acre.  The suggested density would be -7 or 8  units per gross acre. Thus, if one were  to consider a minimum site area of 5  acres with a density of 8 units per acre,  the mobile home park could accommodate 40  units.  Further, existing regulations do not  require paved roadways or concrete pads  for trailer sites. The lack of such requirements often, result in unaesthetic and un-,  hygienic conditions that tend to negatively affect development adjacent to  the park as well as the life style within  the park.  The District can, should it wish to dd  so, introduce its own mobile home park  regulations, under a separate by-law or  as part of the Zoning By-law. The extent  of regulation, however, should be commensurate with Lhe resources available  to the District. For this reason, careful  consideration should be, given to the development . of enforceable regulations  such as those  site   area   for  questionable aesthetic^quality)' should be  considered in the same manner as, permanent dwellings. The alternative \ to  this would be to not recognize the mobile  home as a proper form of'living accommodation and restrict their use to vMobile  Home Parks.  MMtYJWES  Classified AdBriefs reach rtfore than  2.500 homes every week.  Use    them    for    steady,    low-cost  advertising to talk to 10,000 people!  THE TIMES  885-9654 (Sechelt) 886-2121   (Gibsons)  Garden (lul  St.  Hilda's Hall  Sato, April 22nd - 2-6 p.m,  SILVER COLLECTION  includes  REFRESHMENTS  PLANT SALE  ��� "**"**WW_WWglf_W*_->WVW_4*��<f-W*WW���>w_^  densities     for  C,   SITE AND   DEVELOPMENT  The layout features of a park cannot easily be legislated, but are rather  a matter of municipal persuasion and  of competition between developers. However, much can be done without becoming involved in  the detailed layout.  For instance, the Health Act does  not mention that roads and the mobile  home "stands" shnnlH hP paupH T^ayc  is no provincial regulation concerning  minimum recreation area, patio, land-,  scaping.  Any kind of commercial activities  should not be allowed in. the park if it is  considered a form of residential area. Of  course, retail stores should be available  for day-to-day shopping requirements,  but these should be "zoned" according to  50 units is skating close to economic "tne scale of existing -or planned residen-  thin ice. . . tial development  in a  neighborhood  and  Topography   liiiiy   vary     IJie   reciuire-      '"   ''elation   to   the   traffic   and   environ  (1) stipulating   minimum  Mobile Home Parks;  (2) stipulating   maximum  Mobile Home Parks;  (3) stipulating minimum roadway and  trailer space requirements for Mobile  Home Parks.  Commensurate with such regulation  should be the permissability of two mobile homes per parcel outside of the Mobile  Home Park regulations, Provided such  homes have proper foundations and  services and meet all zoning and building  regulations,  mobile homes  (despite  their  MASKS ��� FINS  SNORKELS.  NYGREN SALES  GIBSONS  reouire-  wcrc disturbed by the retults of the poll  find' by the conclusion by the pollists  that: "The High level of, indecision ��� is  made up to a certain degree of voters  who have lost faith in the Liberal parly."'  liients but i lie minimum parcel s'ize,  will probably be resolved in "normal"  situations al somewhere around eight  to, ten acres. Where land in a community  is very much al a premium, the residential densities are high, there might be  unusual situations where five acres would  be reasonable. Those governmental authorities "thinking" in terms of this or  -even   lower-���������unmunts   should   bu   aware,  however, that low total acreage figures  are dangerous, especially when taken in  conjunction with individual minimum lot  size. The prospective operators of marginal parks will push for a ridiculously low  If tlie Liberal paiiyisrlosin^:its ,solid "J^  support "in' Quebec it could lose the next  election, 11 has been counting on strong  support, in Quebec!mul -on picking up  enough scuts in Ontario, British. Columbia unci lhe Murilimcs to como' through  wiih u large enough majority to cusiiy  form the next, government, the end of  *-.Minit'li��C{��llup-,|H)ll-wltlv-r)l)"'|)oi,-conl"Utv--  decided in Quobue nstoiil.shocl Liberals  and cnnio us a pitman I surprise In their  ' (ijipbiibnts,  Tlio Cuiiisurviillvuf. Iiuvo got to try  unci convert the undecided Into pro-  I'nigroHisivo CoiiHorvulfvoH, Another poll,  this tlmo, taken al tho, roquet, of tho  Offlciiii Opposition Parly In tho federal  iiuld uImo emiHod Miirpriso by Its l'lncliiVfis,  II Mhuwod .luclge Clmiclo Wugnor,  JiiHlii'ii MiniHl'lir In lho 111CI0-0IS Liberal  nuvornniwnt-ln-QuobeerWHH-moro pop-  iiliii'in Ht)tiM IliHtitiVcoft; tlittii Prltiu) Min-  ., Jjitur Trucloiui, ,Ah. u luiult spucuUiUou wus.  revived Uml the Connorvutivot, ml/jlit, .try  Io pqrmtiiclu ,.ljjcjao VyiUWcr..,.l.c,u.k)iw��'..t;ho   * bonclr-IViTcrleml llio 'CoiiMorvnilvo foruoH  In Qiuibur,  PruMroiuilvi.     CuiHH'i'Vidlvo      N.illuiinl  ���   Luiuler Uohoi'l "Hlniil'lold "I'lliti  niol,' with  "   ..ucIko WuHiuir Hiiico ||H, pU|| wim inlion,  I Iu- two molt bmj mot ut leant onui.bo....  i'orppiniipiittiirrr^^  CommlhHlininl i.<urly I bin your uml eur-A  Tlcni"mif ilnrliiii Fobrntiry llio pull lolil'  llio I'on.KM'VuUYct. Unit .UuIhu WuHiuir hud ,  Indeed   a   niniiij;   plilillnil   following ��� In  Hint l'Yiuu'lt Cimmliiui provlmu  11 iiIno  told  ihom Him  iho Trudouu poptUiirlty  in ^ui'btu' wim Mllppiiig, It nlmi |of|' Tory  i.truW'uiMln   w.iihIi'pihr   wluMh.N'   pei'wUWl-  r lnn-,h)dn��'~Wn/oiH'��Ui-lnic|-ilje" INiViy^i"*'  Uml  prnvliii'i., ,would  Im  ilm unnwor  to  ii Mwoopliifl win |n tho wmlnn oluction,  not   bo   affected" by   minimum   requirements. ���  Atypicul park design' by George  Murumoto, consulting architect for the  Mobilo Homo Manufacturers. Association provides about. 10,2 space* por gross  111ciTTal  consideration.   '        "  Fi'nally, if the same park is to accommodate travel trailers and mobile  homes, the two types of accommodation  should be separated by a buffer, ancl both  parts should meet their .respective location requirements. All these aspects of  site development should be controlled by  some by-laws, as the Health Act regulations seem interrcteti���orrry���for ' meeting  public health requirements and are not.  appropriate for obtaining higher standards of development such as those needed  in permanent suburban areas. (76)"  /PRESENTS-SITUATION������������������ '77.^r���;-,;.,.���;--,-.,-���  A quick glance at'three of the larger  mobilo home 'parks in the District indicates quite a variety of park sisses. Those  are summarized below:  Park  Mason  Hoad  Size  725x 1557!  Area  (j acres  M���������������������������������������������������������������lnnnn<1|1||nn)ln|||1|)).  EXPERT  A SPECIALTY  WITH US  n   Watch  Jtepairing  STONES  and  FINE GIFTS  It's Leap Year  wacH's  CHOCOLATES  JN-EV/ERY AISL-IE  '"?}'.��� Allowing 'iC)l' 20 jipiicpn-por gross     "3un��)��lno..CouMt  iWM'n     lift 11     j\lMiif.ti.ih.         )<i      i..            i M,      .. ,,  Irailer Park  127()'xl2.10' S(i acres  ac re.'" Will **ob v Tcni'.siy"" ._'_ u\\   i,,   spuci ng  mobile- homes too closely together."  Tho U.C.S, ol' Greater Vancouver .suggest a density of seven or. eight homos  por gross acre, depending "on tho park  Hlte churuclerlstlcs, Tho U.CS, in their  report Mobilo Homo Living in lhe Lowor  Mainland suggests lhat there is a desper-  ulo npod for more and 'hollarparks',    '..  "(People 'living In parks) were mil  only I'oiicornod wllh the Hlundurd of do-  vc!l()piiieia,iiiKl.,..thu,.coni'ormlty.,lo,.provln-  elal uiullpcul regulations,; but" also with  lhe locatHm of thu parks, tho Horvicos  availablo In and outside the park, It was  .Wil|i1t^l,..w.u,t,..,b,v,J,L.���,M. French and-il'rK;  ���WofWci'B "("Mobilo lIomcsi'liiHtanl,' nub-  urbla or transportable slums") that low  100%  Waterproof  Watches by ROLEX  (If Crystal and Crown Intact)  Sundance Trailer  '     Court  MOV Mf)'''2 acres  Recently the office has received several  inquiries  concerning   the  establish-  SECHELT JEWELLERS  Secholt, B.C. Y   885,2421  Valley    Tow Bite  TRAILER  BRAKES  MIRRORS  availablo  Sechelt Home Service  _^SunshinolCoas|lJHighwayl_u  ,885-2812  ~iC_2Xh.  To ,C^xJ^MStomersla,ncJ',',f.rJ  ,  ; :. _ r;,.;,.7::: JhMK 7��M    ,*[��w **��.i.1 ��Un i* t��l< 4m  ~"Wq KocbnTiTfonc/Tot) 'To'Tho  t ->"-     V"*  !���  mfomm0&4mm&mimtiffl#ii  ������������--SGchoff"  Gfe  <nfi   worge  With Our BEST WISHES.- STELLA  _:;i,~.  SECHELT AGENCIES DATE PAD  ��� Thlsfrcc'ramlnclorofcorqlna^  LTD, Phono Peninsula Times direct for froa listings, spoclfyina "Dgto  , Pad". Ploaso nolo, that space l�� llmltod and sorno advance datas may  hayq to wait tholr turn; also that this Is a "romindor" llstlnfjs only and   .   , cannot always cariy full details,  April  19^:30 p.m. Suntthlno School, Gibsons, Socholt & District Ra��'  larclocl Children's Awn,  Moating, *"   April 19---8p,rii7S��3chbll Locilon Hali.Dlngo!' ' '. " '"""   .April 2Q���!.i3Q p.m, Socholt Legion Mall, Sr, Clt1��ens Assn, Moating.  April '20���-3 p,m, Sacholl Legion Hall. Tom Alsbury will spaak to Sonlor  ���eiti'itonsr'Action-Now-'PorPQnslonart'r*"  April 20-���0 p,m, Sochoji Elomonlary School, Single Parents,Mtg.  .  ���. Guest SpoaKor,Mr, Tod Poiors,  ��� , ������ "'"'���" ���-���'-��� - ��--"  April 2D-���8 p.m, Pander Harbour Community Hall, l"lngo,  April 21�����2jp.m, St, Aldcin's Moll, Roberts Crook, A.CW, St, George's  DoyToq,          , ,       ,  Aprld 21���8 p,m, I'ondor Hcirjiiuir'SiCCondai^ School, Variety Night  .April 21���fl ii.nt, Socholt hulirin Hall.-Bingo,  April 22���2-6 |Y,m, Si, Hililu'i, Hall, Socholt, Spring Flower Show ami  Art Display,     ������ .... .     ,  -April-22-~8 p,m,^V^lbwn-CrocK-iCommunlty>HallrCommunity-Assn.-  Dnnco. '  April 22���8 p.'m, Socholf Leylon Hall, Branch HO'Danco,,    ,     ���  April  23���2 p,m,   Pander l(pihaur Comniunlly  Hall;  Volunteer  Tiro  Dent, Annual Mooting,       " ,'     '"'���;;' /.<*���',"       ���>  April 24���8 p.m. Legion Hnll, Socholt,, St, Mary's Hospital Society Mtg.  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TRUITTOCKTAIl  Dole, 14 oz,  French Style or Seasoned Wax,  -Mi___r_Match , ,   ���   Sungold-  M5TiirKT*"SVtTl��"W 9vw~-  rKvVUll   17     Ko||pgg's,8oz   CHOW If IN NOOPtfS^^m,..,....  BEAN SRftOUTS ����� '*,,�� �� I  BEEF STEW or WEINERS & BEANS  MAZOLA Oil a? o��.  5.r.,��M,J|-r.��<���1.,:M.^OT *&_&.  m__i'___Vk^''  for 1,00  35*  ������-", wmmWs;,  3,  m  for  Head and Shoulders  Lotion, Jar or Tubo        5  fpr  FOR  OUR  fN STORE  SPECIALS  BLEACH  Javox,  64 ox   WINDEX  Mist Bomb,  79c  1.00  1.00  1.09  i  I'lJIJC  69c  :iiwn;ir:,ii,:,r^,r,ig:  ��� ���' ���. ���!���'' �����  ji ii ii ii".i'|i"'i"Mi"iniiiii��niiiiii|ii��iiiwi'ii,imwiw nui'ii'iin'iii 'i" ���,      ,,,, , ;��"  .^��*��^��^ww,M^^^Mtw^^w^^,1, , ������. , , , ^    ^.t n|.|<  Effeclve April 20,21,22 Tlwr.. Fri, Sal.  9mmfmmhffif^>m  t���7~ r  ,1 ,:  "���Mm*  mmmmmmBommmp.  Sechelt Super Market  Cowrio Stroot, Sochelt  .  !���, .        '    * '  ,   Phono 885-94,16  mmmimm******  '." .*: " *:,.,'' '..-.���',,> v i ,;  ���.wiiihiwhi at������mtt iWrvi;i>  ���    ��� ., , , ,      ���   ��� ,    i  .> .,i i ,,, ��� .-��� i ij,4<,.. - ��� i<-���>'..�� -'(i'< ',^7. !.,(,vv  '.; ��..,���(,���('.^  Jimww^�����i'iiki iiiMiiiiiiln ii 'mill iiipil ililn Hill' ij iiiii'   " ilUiiJiii'ii. i H >1Mm i  <tfl^��Bf��rt  ~L  i'<.    )  7#7,: ,���'..  ' f,  I  ' *  "\   I . ��  t �� ��' ��� I  ". II  ,  I' '  I   ,        I    ,,M      .   ���! ���,  ; , - -1  ���������7    i  ,*--  .? JW. ���*\.~-Jmm&$i��F  . \  Highway 101 . . >. ^  Further $400,000 approved  for continuing road work  Planting a tree of their own is a  serious business, but' senior student  Gary Newman has given them special instructions and Kelvin Martin,  Jimmy Reed, Kelly Sheridan and  Deanna Cattanach can't wait to go  home   and  plant their  Douglas  fir  Special  Mission  trees. Gary has been learning about  gardenihg and ecology from Mr7  Dave Hayward, a volunteer instructor at Sechelt Elementary School  who last Friday distributed seedling  Doulas fir trees donated by the Forest Service.  UtA  Section B  Wednesday, April 19, 1972  Pages 1-6  the base . rate of your brothers in the  U.S. Pacific. Northwest. You seek to widen still further the gap between the  industry here "and our competitors' in  Washington and Oregon. As you well  know, the IWA in the United States has  asked the employers there for a three  year contract costing a little over two  dollars per hour which in- itself is extremely high but low in relation to the  package you have presented in British  Columbia. It almost seems that the  -American���IW-A���deswes���tkfee���yeai-s-.-of-  lIONOL'RABLE^Isabei- Dawson,' Minister  withotiL Portfolio, announced that  Treasury" Board has given approval for  a number of capital highway projects in  the Mackenzie Constituency.  Included   is   over   'V->   million   dollars  I'or  a   bridge'at   Bella   Coola,   Noosgulch  by   name,   and; $400,000   for   continuing  work on re-construction of Highway No.'  101  on the Sechelt Peninsula.  Other roads included for re-construction and/or blacktopipng" are Scotch Fir  Point Road-Stillwater; Dixon Road- Lang  Bay; Reed Road-Gibsons; Brooks Road-  near Secret Cove; Oyster Bay Road-Pen-  der Harbour; and Point Road-Hopkins  Landing. Cost of these projects is estimated at over one million' dollars. This  .i-^-^iivaddition to regular maintenance  work carried on by highway crews. Some  of the projects will be done by day  labour which wilL result in more employment.  In addition to these projects, the  Canoe Pass Bridge on Francis Peninsula  Road will receive attention. Materials  have already been obtai-n-ed-a,n-d,'"W"ork'is  scheduled for. this year. The intersection  of Garden Bay Road and Pool Road is  also   scheduled   for   improvement���right-  of-way has to be acquired"-and thi-s~is-currently under waV. Although no date for  commencement of these road projects has  been made, it is expected they will be  underway  as quickly  as  possible.  On Wednesday, Mrs. Dawson, accompanied by Mr. L'Hirondelle apd Mr. God-  trey of ihe North Vancouver Regional  Office, conducted a tour of inspection  on roads between Saltery Bay and Lund.  Roads which lie within the municipality and which concern both levels of  government were also inspected. Alderman Joe Dallos and Mr. M. Campbell,  municipal.engineer, accompanied the party  within  the District  limits.  THIS IS A 15.00 SPOT!  (Less1 when on contract)  Your advertising^ in this  space wi|l reach nearK  2,500 -homes (over 9;00("*- .  people) each week. It's the  most economical way to  reach more Sunshine Coast  people because Times ads  go into more homes than  any other newspaper produced   in  this area.  THE TIMES  885-9654 (Sechelt) 886-7244 (Gibsons)  \ 4  .  PENSIONERS FOR ACTION  SPEAKER ��� MR. TOM -ALSBURY  Thursday, April 20th at 3 p.m.  Legion Hall, Sechelt  ALL OLD AGE PENSIONERS WELCOME  OW  Negotiations blocked ...  IWA negotiating committee  latest demands impossible  this. There is no magic formula where  money comes from. It comes from industry customers. The earnings are as  they are stated by the public companies  of this province and those statements  show that the return on capital employed -Iry four companies in particular���  B.C. Forest Products, Crown Zellerbach,  MacMillan Bloedel and Weldwood���have  FOLLOWING statement was made recently by John M. Billings, President  of Forest Industrial Relations Ltd. to the  IWA Negotiating Committee during discussions on latest wage demands by the  woodworkers.  At   this   time   the   industry   is   extremely   discouraged   with  the  prospect  of  solution���trj���these���negotiations:���They-  really are at a loss to understand what  you are trying to do. You must know in  your, own minds, whether you admit it  or not, that the proposals you have made  for amendments to the 1970-71 Contract  are impossible. You must have been  aware that only trouble could ensue by  submitting changes of this nature.  We have been meeting your commit-  fallen since 1956, from 11.4% to 3.6%  in 1971. Industries that don't make profits  don't hire people.  Some of you don't believe profits are  necessary.  Some-.,of  you  have  said  that  ���you  couldn't  care   less  how  much  your  demands cost. You couldn't care less  if.  a'll profits were wiped out. Well, if this  labor peace while you here in B.C. want  a lengthy period of labour strife.  The government, the public and all  thinking people are calling oh. labour to  keep their, demands within reasonable  limits, taking into consideration productivity increases and the cost-of-living index���and yet we are faced with a 'demand for a 66% increase.  You   have   been  told   that   the   employees   wtill   receive   an   ihcrease   this  . year. This will only be...ppssjble.jf jin^re.  negotiations are held,  You keep asking us to lay something  on the table, but we would be foolish  to do that so long as we are faced with  this incredible package. You are all experienced negotiators and nobody should  know this better than you do. Meaningful negotiations therefore are blocked  by the very magnitude of your demands  which is a shame__fe��!ause--Be--Tnany~-pee-���  pie are deyenHenr7on /^othv success or  faliure  In order to give you' time to- consider  your position I would suggest we adjourn the talks for 10 (day^During that  time reconsider your de*nTand's ahd come  back with a position that we can\work  from  happens it will be a tragedy for British  tee regularly since February 23 when you., ,vColur^bi'a.  It's  as  if ( some of you don't  presented us., with iheljs^of .42 de^aMs-.. J-'eajly   care,, abgyt  .the   consequenc.es ���of    ,^o  involving   extremely   heavy     cqEIT   We" ryour actions "and. are out CQriipfietely to    ^  havq listened intently^l^yo'iTr'* ai^ujtients  and discussed your proposals thoroughly  with you! We Have told you "that your  demands, would cost the coast forest companies at least $150. million in the next  year. This is more than the gross profits  of the- entire industry for 1971.  Yet, despite this information, despite   tho.faot that it wil,l-oliminato all profita-  of the industry and regardless of our  efforts to show you that your proposals .  are unattainable, you refuse to drpp. or  amend any of your demands. You have  in fact,t stated time and time again that  you, insisl;,on-,,.each ..and- every- one. ofSypurj.;  Hem^bdn-g^ttctaded iu'',-ariy~xonti'acl,,l':"  that is negotiated,  . ,. Various raqmbers,,ofyour��,coinmitteeH,  huve been quoted publicly and in nego  Uations as saying that every demand is  important,  every  derrmnd  is  a  "must".  Your  piuSWuMl  has  hdid~-tfa?-iWA--fr  ;\yre'ckrthe system that has provided one  pf. the highest standards of living in the  . While industry returns have dropped,  wages have continued steadily upward.  The wages paid in the coastal area of  British Columbia are the highest woodworkers' wages in the world.. They are  at present  28-cents  per  hour ahead-of  Gamma   Globulin made     from   blood  collected by the Red Cross, is used in the '  ���eventfciettver���mtrtHfitat&jBrc   of .���roc-aslcs;���  mumps,   polio   and infectious   hepatitis*.  MARINE PAINT  FIBREGLASS  NYGREN SALES  GIBSONS  ,,���,.���,7'dcadly.., serious.about..each��und.evory��do-��  _niuud",_K you mean what you my then  "ti HotUonidnror^  become   impossible:"with all ��� its" con'se-  quonuQH for the people, oi; this, province  including your own membership.  Wo havo repeatedly told you that tho  industry is not healthy and that tho  profit Tnarg'n gets, Jower and lower each  year, There,: aro no ^hidden caches, ot  money around 'to pay for Indention like  Question  - ��.  .  7; The question ^HoYtim-chxs1iOyl..i^^  though a single answer were possible.. The requirements of the family  .decide what the cost of the funeral Service will be just as they decide  the cost of all the Varied! services it impossible to obtain.  WE  OFFER A COMPLETE MEMORIAL  1^1^^ S^RV^e^lN^  Without iChapel_ Service $125.00  Plus cremation fco,' or burial  in local cemetery and transportation.  Harvey Funeral Home Ltd.  Phono 886-9551  i  ��� ,.  ,i)  WE AREIOR  DON'T BELIEVE US? CHECK THESE SPECIALS AND MANY MANY MORE NOT ADVERTISED. JUST LOOK FOR TOP BANANA SIGNS WHEN YOU COME INTO OUR STORE.  PRICES IN EFFECT WEDNESDAY, APRIL 19 TO APRIL 29.  Colgate Toothpaste   5 5/8 oz. size tube/check at 1.27.  TOP BANANA PRICE _.....  Heavy plastic laundry tub with built in scrub board.  1.97  Reg. Sell 2.95  TOPBANAN  87  PRICE  Garbage Bags  26x36 pack of 10 green plastic.  -Reg^3i��x-  TOP BANANA PRICE  pkgs,  $ /-  Timex Watches  All styles���-Ladies' - Men's  Children's Watches.  TOP BANANA PRICE ......  and  10%  DISCOUNT  OME HANDYMAN HEATING TIPS  >n<IMWM����l��WWf<f<UWW4WMt��HWHWHWH����H��l  NYGREN  SALES  (197DILTP.  ���Youri*BAPCO-PAINT*  :PEALERmJii: GRBSp^S:  On tl.o Wharf - 006-9303  QiiqjHy Housd and Marino  Point,  COMFORT THE GOAL    .Do,you. know-what'tho prlmary.pgrposQ,,of your, homo  hooting systom Is?    L  i ^,_. mmw ,   ,: L,,  "|T"y0u QiiswonFaini"'sho are, not  complotoly coiTQcK All hooting systems hoot, put thQirprlmary  purposo.is.to rpako homos, and .tho pooplo, Inside comfortable,,  |  Tojielpypvi Judga tho, QfflclQncy of; your hooting system,  l tho Canadian Hydrohlcs douncll has' sot 'jup some slrnplo  cjuldollnos,       ' '    [ , '     ,' '   !    T  n tho first place, tho systom should bo designed so"that  i��.hitim_"M_vfinrm'~"H B ���***������"**" m~ tg' B"*,t\."*'*m"'vm'"v"'  ^wvwvinwnAniwMMM^^ gonlio,.unlforrp hoot throughout tho housoTOno room  .should not bo wqrm and tho next.room cold, If this Is tho case  G.W.G, Worl�� Clothes  Worlk Gloyoi  SECHELT, B.C,  nnn��WMiiMW��v��rwwww��o��v��n��winnn��v  Y/E'RE  SECHELT  BUILDING SUPPLIES  r* l.'.M ""��� X�� ��� "N-n ���T  ./.  IJILY YARD  TO SERYE   ��� '  *wii#&wmm)ii_*  In your homo, ^ho system Is.outiOf balanco.   Secondly,1 within tho room the tomporaruro 'shoulq" bo  fairly eyon, ono corner being as warm as tho others and'nono  of thorn bo|ng,chilly ' , ,,'       ;.;���  Next, tho .tamporqturo at floor'loYohshoi^ld not yary  Irom tho colling by,moro than two or throo dogroos,   '    ',  Th'o hoaHiig 'system shoulcl be Instqllocl wjiero It'Is  Whoro Ii wlllocl as a bqrrlor ugalnbt cold' and prevent droits,,  part.;(2).next ���woak^-nt., ', 22:,1.\,.,,.,.' ..,.'  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TOP( BANANA PRICE ���,7    3,99.  ^ ;Y i ny|'i;hea vy^d uty^. sol^  bumper. Sizes 1 fro 6. jk   MM  TOP BANANA PRICE  fi|ei|9  Hand-Garden Tools   Made ih England, quality stool with wooden  handle.    TOP BANANA PRICE  each  Paint Brushes  it. i iS*,li4*!iJii*yi*��Jisi1'(iS,,f��i[*( -M.I  JWfcN^'-tflj^rtV  Qura|ity~yttlue;7sij^ 1'^  58  for every paint up,  XOJrlJBAEA^AJ&RLCE  ^jjifflRnaras,nBOj;nanB,RrinnBC.nfflCA.  Hot Plate  77" Roller & Tray Set  P���H9i  88  Single element, 75() watt, toggle switch,  White: ";,'" .........    --  TOP BANANA PRICE   Quality handle roller with, quality ribbed tray.  TOP BANANA PRICE '. ca,  88'  t  T*  mm^M^^ittmiAmiy  4��88   T.V. Snack Tables  Cellulose Tape  GMS brand V^xl 296" with aplastic  wdispetnsor;""���"'"*"""!'""-"," '"* "' ���" ""���   ���TOP-BANANA PRICE w ������   3  fpr���J-:  Groat 'fbTthat little snack whilo watching  TV ' "��� \   .  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Win:i l.i.r, Editor  Claambor  off Co*iinierec* 'Woek  ^ 2,:���:& :^^^.^^MY^mm^m^ ,^^m^.^^mmMJ_ i ���A._i>i_\i^g  foH, 8LWEV, LCOk  V at -ru _r r\ nr _��� ��� '  AT THAT CLOCK-/  CIlAMrU-RS o\ Commerce throiiiihoiil  the comilry are Ibis week eelelnaling  "Chamber ol' Commerce Week"; many  of them, such as Sechelt ami (iihsons  have undertaken projects of community  betterment in 'order to publicize lhe  event. ���' .  Unlike many organizations Chambers of Commerce gain little renown in  the way of notable achievement l'orx the  functions seldom lit in the newsworthy  bracket. Behind the scenes, however,  responsible members of the community  meet regularly and give up a great deal  of time, effort, and often money in  order to .bring about progressive development of the communities. As an example  ���a priority list of roads requiring paving, outside the municipality, is submitted regularly to the Highways Department. In most eases this, is how side  roads get pa veil and Pender Harbour is  a prime example for an active committee of that Chamber a few years ago  succeeded in having all main side roads  in that area paved.  Chambers also play nn active part  in the promotion of our fastest growing  industry, that of tourisin, and to this  end Chambers of both Gibsons and Se-  e\ploded.  ()ne knowledgeable  lemale is  known  ���1  jr���^  %^%  Z2  o  1  w  --  JtP    ".  ___                 ���*>.,.,   \ i/lr.  ~3l   -.~����~. ��.��. .^>,~-.   Page B-2 The Peninsula Times        -   Wednesday, ApTrM*97~t97S  Driftwood Players Present .~ . . _.  Th$ir Award Winning Play v  .-���u v.,u...u>--.> u. ��u��. ^'."*     "^    an   intangible  nature,   If .a  chelt have put.,out substantial tunds io    .      3n��� " ,.Jd tn ,  ��r:,v  lo have staled "1 have no tune lor  Chambers of Commerce, lhe'\ simply sit  around talking and doing, nothing", She  admitted having nevci�� allended a nieet-  hig! -The important fact is that ���members .do not have lo sil around at all.  They certainly do. a certaiiT amount of  taking but unlike lhe lady critic they  do not resort to "hot air". The .process  is sometimes fruslratingly slow but in  due course worthy accomplishments are  made.  Most members would probably prefer to remain, at home with their families but from a strong sense of duty  give up many hours of their time in  order to participate actively in improving conditions for lhe community as a  whole.  Without tlie Chamber of Commerce  il is hardly likely anyone would experience any undue hardship. The communities would not sillier loo great a setback and most likely the average person would rieyer know the difference.  The same might be said of any voluntary  organization simply because the good  work done-is often, to  large extent, of  visitor  who  SHE 'A_ ME WORRIED  THEfcE POR AWHILE  -A BLOKE'S ffEALLY  PAST IT WHEN MS  MISSUS DOESN'T  CARE WHAT TIME  ummer  GIBSONS  ELEMENTARY  SCHOOL  April 20-21-22 at 8 p.m.  ADMISSION   $1.25  IHlIHllillllJMilllHIHiililillllllliHlflBillglillllSgSitllSgSigH  ir  I!  I  3U-JW��1I,IM��M1M����I��IIIWW��M^^  tiADERS' RIGHT  provide tourist bureaus, brochures and  staff for the past two years. Funds have  also been provided for large colorful  directory signs which greet visitors as  they enter each community.  Gibsons Chamber long ago was responsible for establishment of a boat  launching ramp in the bay area. Sechelt Chamber is presently preparing for  a similar project.  These and many other public spirited activities take up a great deal of  members* time and, unlike a service  club, it does not normally involve socials  and fellowship. Other, of course, than an  annual installation or anniversary  banquet.  Considerable   credit   is   due'  active  members  of a Chamber of Commerce.  Generally speaking there is no personal  ~giIirT-ynvoTve^^  ber might get carried away with the idea  that the organizations is for his sole benefit but this is a myth which is quickly  has become used to a gravel boat ramp  suddenly finds it has been paved since  his last visit, he simply considers it to  be an innovation badly overdue but,  takes the whole thing for granted. He  couldn't care less who was responsible.  The same would probably, apply to hospital equipment provided by an organization. Patients using it would normally  never give a thought as to who provided  it. They would have no reason to.  ��� The point is that such organizations,  including Chambers of Commerce, do  carry out a very real community service  even though they are not constantly banner waving.  And so���during "Chamber of Commerce Week"' we would suggest the best  possible   way   anyone   interested   might  help is  to  take out  membership.  Even  -though   a rt,iv��L_pjiHLc i pat ion   is   not   al-  7<'//<T.v to lhe Editor are the opinions of readers  nom de-plume may he  use J for publication,  h  Face the truth  Editor. The Times,  Sir: To ignore a truth does not make  it   a   lie.   To   turn   ones   back   to   reality  does not remove the reality.   Our  standard   of   living   suffers   from  antl  not  necessarily  those of  The Times.   A  nt all  oriyjnuls fiiust be' signed  by  the   writer.  From the pulpit  -by Pastor Gerry Foster,  ways possible,  membership dues luTgcT  toward   a   mutual  cause���that   of  community betterment.^,  Work   Becomes Ineidenfal  UP UNTIL the end of World War Two'  the  suggestion of a five day work-  One  states  that     four  thirty-six    hour  shifts will allow the plant to operate on  the peril of too much, while 25 million  refugees in the world are in the midst  of the dreaded peril pf too little.  While tourists pent $50,000,000 (fifty  million) in Edmonton last year alone  (Oct. 71 Trade & Commerce), 50 times the  Canadian budget for World Vision of  Canada, an'International relief agency,.'  I wonder  at  our sense of values.  Don't take me wrong, I'm not against  holidays���but when so many children are  unloved, uncared for and lonely, it is so  rewarding to be able to share more and  more with causes like World Vision.  Thank  you  Mr.   Editor for  your  continuing   endorsement   of   these   practical-  answers  1o  today's  needs.  Rev.  S. CASSELLS  100% passes  Editor,   The   Times,  Sir: May I through youi^olumns express my sincere congratulations to the  _fiightepn members of the Roberts Creek  Fire Department on obtaining a WS%"  pass on completion of the St. John's Ambulance first aid course. All were presented with their certificates by their  instructoress Joan Cunningham and I  would, also like to express my thanks to  her for her endeavors on our behalf.  GLEN  KRATJS (fire  chief)  "ing"'"'wee��'r"was looKed1" upon as anH"*nr"  likely and unworkable proposition; Now  as an accepted mode of life by union  protected workers and most employers  the next step, already accepted in a few  industries, is the four day week. This  too will come about and not the four clay  forty-hour week presently implied by  iiUs���That���is���nieteby���the ���. sprat...  n-wo"~shifts-^jf~Twcr^^  days  a -week  leaving one  day  free   for  maintenance   and  repairs.  This then might well prove an ideal  situation for today more and more people in or seeking employment look first  to the .amgunt of time off and secondly  to available sources of recreation. That  little matter of working in order to  -Oommtmity^mitidedr- ���  Editor,   The   Times,  Sir: I am writing on behalf of tho  Sechelt Peninsula Rod and Gun,Club to  thank all the community minded local  businesses which contributed trophies  for our 3rd Annual Grand Aggregate  Shoot. I am sure you would have to go  a long way to find another community  -where���eemffteree-t-a-kes���9��eh-raf*-'--aetri.Ye-  Gibsons Pentecostal Church  I RECENTLY heard a report that drugs  are losing their appeal to high school  students, but the report went on to say  that the 9 and 10 year olds are now experimenting with drugs. And a news'  story the other day. noted that Swiss  police have broken up a gang of 12  thieves���aged betweerv 10 and  15.  There "are ways of preventing this and  one of the most effective means is to  send our children, at an early age, to a  Bible-teaching Sunday School. J. Edgar  Hoover said some years ago: "Crime  among youth would become practically  negligible if .the young people of America attended Sunday School regularly  during their formative years."  God will hold each parent responsible  for not giving a child the opportunity  to receive instruction from the Bible. God  says. "Fathers bring up your children  in the nurture and admonition oF"THe~  Lord." Is your youngster receiving instruction about the Lord Jesus Christ?-  If not, you are depriving that child of  one of the greatest privileges in this  life.  Each morning most of you make sure  your children are off to grade school.  Why- not also send them off \o a Sunday  Madeira Pork, B.C.  883-2248  '69   35 HP Manual L/S  $595  '71 9.8 HP Manual S/Si.   $519  '72 9.8 HP Manual S/S..   $605  '72 7.5 HP Manual S/S $489  11  M  t j  il  , I  I '  H  ~__Q  M��M,��,_VIWIMM�������  SUNSHINE COAST REGIONAL DISTRICT  1971 ACCOUNTS  The date for the transfer of. unpaid 1971 water accounts to  the. Provincial Collector has been changed from March 31st to  April 28th.  All property owners are advised that if payment is not made  to this office by 12 midday April 28,  1972, the accounts will be  arrears and bear interest at the current rate applied to such taxes.  Sunshine Coast Regional District  Box 800, Sechelt, B.C.  C/ior/es F. Gooding  Secretary  *  School? It is. equally, important,  PV  -prupuna  to catch tlie proverbial mackerel. We  will inevitably end up with a four clay  thirty-five hour week.  This   in   some  respects  has  certain  .piifc  trdvantr  greater; utihzntirnr  rnyes^sucriTnis���yrcai  of machinery and equipment. Where already in operation it has been claimed  the old "Monday morning' blues" are a .  thing of the past ancl, perhaps most important,'is the fact that unemployment  is greatly reduced for our economy  ..woukl,,not�����la,st.���loiig..iLprocluelioit,,,wiis���  MtitH-etl���to-a- htttf-wcek-,-Ther eiVrc-ttn -ex���  vide for recreational pursuits comes  in  a very poor and reluctant third,  High wages, cheap travel and availability of entertainment, previously den-  Jed lhe  woi��Jxi^iutnr-iia.vi?. all conlrlo.  interest in local activities and organizations,  Those which, sponsored trophies this  year were as follows: The Wakefield Inn,  Trail   Bay   Hardware,   Frank   Jorgonsei.  bitted To "'this present trehel/ UhionsTiavc  played, a major part in lightening the  worker's load and increasing his . pay,  packet. Without the' unions he would  be back where he was 'fifty years ago  but how far il is possible to go with  lhe current iherry-go-round is another  -"���mimerr"()bvloiisly--thcTe^is'-,ii~-liiiiitr"lt  ���'Contrs'cting;':fMorgan's-',,''Mert's'"--WQaiv:'Sti-'-  chelt Shop Easy, Coast Cable Vision, C&S  Sales, Bank of Montreal, Campbell's Var-  ietyj Standard 'Motorsr Walt ��� Nygren  Sales (l")71) Ud��� Wlgord'a Shoe Store.  The Chain Saw Centre, and Sunshine  Auto  Parts,  From   lho SochoU PenihsVila  Rod  &  ��aun-Cluhr��1hanl��:--yoir*-"very~tTiuclr"for"  ,*l<in-��>:ttf^wJ,fiM,^w>^i|-t# r&"  Irii,workjn^^sjjifi would be.necessary,  Only one problem, a major one,  would seem to stand oul and that is  wlfiU*T}ffel.T"W^  have on our economy? ll is natural lo  iissume thai' those seeking 'iv four day  working week would not welcome .a like  cul in wages, On the contrary, as working weeks become shorter with addeil  ' fringCbenel^ etc,  salaries continue'lo spiral and, we suggest, with no" improve niton is in production,  "lii lither words, wlint il amounts To  is dial employers would be expected U>  employ .|\yo..pcqplc. ul (lie siuiie rules und  conditions of employment as one wlth-  ~oui~uny-miirked-iiH'i,ense-in~ production���  -AlreiKly��we4*ni:e��*loHlng*out-on*wi)riil����-  markets mid In very renl danger of wiping out even more hceuuse of excessive  .wage demands In, eerlnin industries, It,  would seem the ilemiind for sliortcrework  weeks willi ho'cul in siilnries will only  sound , u further death knoll I'or industry.  Thiii  is ..the wny ,}i_\, would, seem",  " However^* n number 'tiMt'rge companies  already on lhe four duy working week  ure able lo present an entirely different  picture. With a lliree day rest period,  it Is claimed by one company, production increased by 17'"', AhsenicTlsm In  mosl ciihch bus'shown u driunntie decline, Some or the companies who went  along with, the  lour day concept  now  ���waniii--------.- *__________.________ n ninn^niviiijrrjMnniMWJu  .oii.ll.C'a .Sunshlno Cofti.l��  would appear lhat limit id l'l��,sTUpproi  Ing for while shorter,work weeks unci  higher salaries are desired hy all, common sense tells us that il still has to be  ���olTl'Tilne^  envoi',  All work unci no play might, make  Jack a -very dull" boy but in reverse it  can only succeed in making bright jack  a very poor boy,  Poet's Corner  r nn. I,, I,. I,..��,���,������, ,.��� ., i ���.i,,, |..,F���������.������������������.,. I-,.���.���^  '''   "���'      , '���-Your contribution, tire invited  ST.   MARY'S      by  P.R.   Like a  ureal   eiuiiiulliiu   Mother  -{"She sproad-nitt~hr)i"-lin"fjo"uni,mR   ^Awl'*h.ild''tmo*fflnwr'7i^^  Gone tho I'oar, none Ihe Innl nous  Ol' a ''Huhtoned������ child- In anoiiy���������������   -->  Cool haiidh and quiet  voices  Surrounded mo and "kopl' mo nafe.  ; .Nomnro' ihnl soul���destroy Inn* hurt  That prehistoric four of pain  Seemingly uncnnciuornblo.  Mother. Hospital oncompuHHud  mn  * And.standlm;.there.to lead 'moTlh'��� ���  1 saw the benlun nnd smlllnit  '  Father Doctor;.  And deep  peaeo flowed  all* around  and Ihi'oufth mn,  TcTtT=���.y.nu-purticii.inUuii In uui activities   JOHN. THOMAS.  Sochelt   Bod   and   Gun   Club  fffabnc!^  lilffalflfll^  i.;. j  \.  FLOATER JACKETS  NYGREN SALES  GIBSONS  ipsiiiiliilip  iSl��rtlWMP**l*:WW.:W,i,*V'*,."..   -.4..',:.��:..,., .���'V,V--.,y.:;. '?,���>: ���. ,.. .,;    v.. ���:    ,.\   -.?..-... ,:.,..,.. 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'"      ' , ', '    \  ��� ,y i  ' \   ��  T^ Ouf-of-fovirn inquiries wG/comed,  ���       Phono collectl Pick-up service.  mmJL  "#*��  mi&iriKi'terKvto&tim'mitvt  X,  ,    .  *��"  \l��,.'  ���    i ,i,l   i   !   >v  ..   , ; ,,..���  ' '\i i '    ' '     '       11       ''I'7'  I  'i     ^    ,-  t , ,     l  .il,       '     '  1M<  i, ' *f  \ 4  \. .  v*^^��^>w^if'  Wednesday, April 19, 1972        The Peninsula Times  ^g���  Aim For Healthy Hearts  ONE of. the most significant Canadian  contributions i'n the fight against  heart disease has been the development  of Coronary Care Units in hospitals. Experience has shown that the death, rate  umoni'. patients admitted In hospital with  hear, attacks can he cut by ".JOV or more,  is a Corollary  Care Uiiit   is available. ���  Conceived and pioneered in Toronto,  Coronary Carp Units have been established in thousands of hospilals throughout  the world. Essentially they ensure that  trained personnel'are available within  seconds to take core of any unwanted,  change in a patient's heart, rhythm or  rate,   v  Such changes, and most of the deaths  following heartvattacks, occur fiarly. Seventy-five, percent of all deaths in hospital after heart attack occur in the first  week. Half of these occur in the first  two days.  The principle of coronory care service  stems from this concept: death from  heart attack is not necessarily the result,  of extensive damage to the heart muscle,  but may be due to a reversible electrical  derangement, of the heart rhythm occurring as a result of a relatively ' minor  heart muscle injury. l"t is the prompt"  correction of these derangements which  . Rives Coronary Care Units their greatest  gains.  Drs. MacMillan ancl Brown of Toronto, who originated the coronary care  concept, insisted that the patients required constant watching by electrocardiography. Through the use of electronics and television industry techniques, a system of constant monitoring of  the patient\s^heart action has been devel-  -eped. Warning -devices alert the staff-to  treatment is comirf.enced -is an important  factor. Recognizing this7several.com.  munities in various countries are experimenting with mobile Coronary v Care  Units, which speed to the person suffering a heart attack and . immediately  commence treatment. l,.ou1\d-the-cloek  availability of such units and the skilled  teams to man them is. anofi'.'pr expensive  .service.  Only society at . large can determine  lhe extent to which il will underwrite  these added  costs.  Single-copy price \  of Times to be 15c  EFFECTIVE with the May 3rd issue, the  "   "single-copy price of The Times...will be  15c* "    ~'~         \  Readers, may   still   get ir" aT7Tfte~~r4>��-  pric'e by taking a yearly subscription.  Al'���$(>��� per year (local price) you save  $..(.!". over the news-stand price. Mail in  your order and cheque now!  June for completion oi citizen's housing  AT A- meeting of the Board of the Sunshine Coast Senior--Citizens' Housing-  Society held last week at the" home of  Mrs. Sam Dawe, the directors heard Nfa-  yorable reports of the progress of the  tourtecn   new   units - of   senior   citizens'  In 1971 the number of volunteer blood  donor* to the B.C. Yukon Division, Blood  Transfusion Service numbered 98,(100,  with   95,1(51   units   collected  housing ar~��{T5ene��� eourt. Constvucritm-  is moving at a steady pace and sub-contractors are" busy installing plumbing,1  and electricity. All units are being county.p<l for Cablevision. It was\agreed to  jjrant an easement to B.C. Hydro to take  o\er the present lines and extend them  for the new units.  Completion  is now expected to be by  June .{(Mb  and   plans  were discussed-for  the official opening'-ceremony which will  probably be during the latter part of June.  The Admissions Committee is under  the chairmanship of Mrs. Mary Walker  (and anybody interested in accommoda-  tion in the units can make enquiries from  her at RR No. 1 Halfmoon Bay or tele^  phone her a.t 885-9347. Applications from  single people or married couples will be  considered. v  Annual membership fees are now due  and can be sent to the secretary, Mrs.  M. Tinkley or Mrs. A. D. Greene, both  addresses R.RR No. 1 Halfmoon B a y.  Membership is $2 I'or the first year and  $1  a year for subsequent  years.  W��������������������������������f��������������������������������������������_\  Moss can be removed from a shingle roof,  by spraying wiih a mixture of one part  zinc   chloride   with   ten   parts   of   water.  =*��  OS hi ��16  &&��/%���' _  usiness Directory  ACCOUNTANTS  W.  Philip Gordon  CHARTERED ACCOUNTANT  Tel:   Bus.   886-2714,   Res. 886-7567  Harris Block, Gibsons, B.C.  ART  SUPPLIES  sudden   changes   in   the   heart's   rhythm  or rate.,  Because of the importance of the time  element in treating these changes, particularly in the case of heart stoppage, the  unit nurse is the first person to handle  an emergency. She has received special  training to enable her .to recognize abnormal rhythms and to initiate corrective  procedures. This great responsibility has  meant that nurses have learned techniques which were formerly considered the  prerogative of the physician. In addition,  the continuing development and availability of new equipment has meant  that learning, for the nursev is ��� a constant  process. The staff of a Coronary Care  Unit is a precision-trained emergency  force which must operate at peak performance.  The emergence of Coronary Care  Units and their success in saving lives,  have created additional'^iFHElems���mainly financial. Thousands of Heart Fund  dollars have been spent in assisting the  DALLIS STUDIOS  Candles, Macrame, Beads, Arts & Craft  Supplies  CUSTOM MADE LAMPS  Classes In Resin Daily, Tue. through Sat.  Resin ONLY 10:98 gal.  Cowrie Street - Sechelt -  885-984-7-  Telephone 886-2069  ROSE & ART ENTERPRISES  Pottery, Supplies, classes & firing  dealer for Duncan's Ceramic product*  Pine Rd. & Grandview Ave.  P.O. Box 62, Gibsons, B.C.  AUTO  SERVICE  SECHELT home SERVICE  Atlas Parts - Good Year Tires  885-2812 or 885-9979 "  BUILDING  SUPPLIES  (con.)  TWIN CREEK BUILDING SUPPLIES  DIAL  Gibsons 886-2291 - Sechelt 885-2288  WHEN YOU  NEED BUILDING SUPPLIES     :  x GIVE US A CALL  FREE ESTIMATES  CABINET MAKERS  OCEANSIDE FURNITURE &  CABINET SHOP  HARDWOOD SPECIALISTS  FINE CUSTOM FURNITURE  KITCHEN AND BATHROOM.CABINETS  Our Cabinet Units Are All Prefiinshed Before  AUTOMOTIVE UNDERCOAT.ING  STEAM GLEANING  COMPLETE CAR CLEAN-UP  SIMON IZ1NG  Esslemont Equipment Services  Installation.  R. BIRKIN ��� Beach Ave., Roberts Creek, B.C.  'Phone 886-2551  ��������� i in -���������  CHARTER BOATS  CHINOOK CHARTERS LTD.  Box 77 Madeira Park, B.C.  Fishing, Cruising, Diving. 2 boats to serve you  on the Sunshine Coast. 37' Twin Diesel Cruiser.  24' Catalina  Cruiser. Guides available.  Local  Experienced Skippers.  Phone  Pender Harbour, Bob Nygren, 883-2242  Secret Cove, Cliff Connor, 885-9347  FUEL (continued)  P-RNIE WIPMAN  ���^      "f""      ''or all your  iLiSSO PRODUCTS  IMPERIAL ESSO DEALER  Phone 883-2663  Madeira. Park, B.C.  For Your Fuel Supplies  DANNY WHEELER  your  IMPERIAL ESSO AGENT  886-9663 - Hopkins Landing  FURNACES  PARKINSON'S HEATING LTD.  GIBSONS  ESSO OIL FURNACES  No down payment - Bank interest  Ten years tp pay  For free estimate���Call 886-2728  Complete tine of appliances  MARINE  SERVICES  GIBSONS MARINE  AND INDUSTRIAL (1972) LTD.  Complete automotive and  marine repairs and  parts; welding; sales; boat hauling; OMC and  Chrysler Marine dealership.  886-7411   ���   Gibsons   -^7 Box 397   ^ : Qji   CLAYTON WELDING & MARINE  Marine Ways to 42'  Bottom Repairs  <��� 883-2535  *   Box 7 - Garden Bay, B.C.  nursery  - _���:   HAIRDRESSERS  ���^stiai5TBHmeTiT~~or7" training programmes  and facilities to meet the demand for  highly-trained nurses and to support  -clinical investigation groups seeking to  perfect hospital procedures. -More and  more hospitals are under pressure from  the communities they serve to establish  Coronary Care Units which add considerably to hospital oosta-  ���vmw^&ma���  Box 436, Gibsons, B.C.  BANKS  A great many heart attacKs'occiir outside  hospitals   and  the  time lag. before  ROYAL BANK OF CANADA  SECHELT BRANCH���Phono 885-2201  -GIBSONS-BRANCH���Phone 386-2201  CHIMNEY CLE AM IMG  .CHIMNEY CLEANING  No Mess Vacuum Cleaning  OIL STOVES, FURNACES, AND HEATERS  CLEANED AND REPAIRED  All Work Guaranteed  ���        COASTLINE SERVICES  "���c3mt^ete-Home^��nsya*tens-<wd-Re|Mii��-  ANN'S COIFFURES  in the Bal Block  Next to the Go-op Storo  Gibsons 886-2322  MACK'S NURSERY - Roberts Creek  Landscaping - Shrubs - Fruit Trees - Fertilizer  Berry Plants - Bedding Plants - Peat Moss  Fully Licensed Pesticide Spraying for  Landscaping and Trees  Sunshine Coast Hwy. - Ph. 886-2684  ROOFING ANP  FLOORING  '    ALL TYPES OF ROOFING APPLIED  AND REPAIRED  All Work Guaranteed ~  Complete Home Renovations and Repairs  COASTLINE SERVICES  Phone 885-2021  Box 798 Sechelt, B.C.  CALL STAN  HILSTAD  about your  ROOFING AND FLOORING NEEDS  Phone 886-2923  Gower Point Road  OPTOMETRIST  SECHELT BEAUTY SALON  Djanne Allen, Proprietor  Phone 885-2021  Box 798  Sechelt, B.C.  CONTRACTORS  COAST BACKHOE & TRUCKING  -k. LTD.  GLAD-TIDINGS  TABERNACLE  Sundays. 10:00 a.m.; 7:00 p.m.  Wednesday Bible Study 7:30 p.m.  PASTOR NANCY DYKFS  Gower Point Road  ' HOURS:'-      Sechelt: Tues.-Thurs. 10 a.m.-3 p.m.  Fri. 10 a.m.-6 p.m.; Sat. 10 q.m.-3 p.m.  7 Gibsons: Mon.-Thurs.; 10 p.m,-3 p.m.  Fri. 10 a.m.-6V p.m.  APPLIANCE  REPAIRS  -GuaxantfieiLRepalcsL  Fast Service  GIBSONS PENTECOSTAL  ���rx-Hlghw��y^nd7M^mlirRoirtrT-rT--7  ' Sunday School: 9:45 a.m.  Sunday Services: 1 la.m,; 7 p,m.  'Wednesday! Bible"and Prayer 7:30 p.m.  Friday: Youth Service���7;30 p.m.  PASTOR: GERRY FOSTER  Phone: 886-7107  WASHERS - DRYERS -RANGES  RADIO - TELEVISION- - STEREO  TRAIL BAY ENTERPRISES  Nickorson Roo^o", Box 578, Sechelt - 885-9318  Carry' in/tarry, otir; service on small appliances,  toasters, Irons, frypans, portable heaters, hair  dryers, rnlx mqsters, vacuums etc.  BUSTING  CONTROLLED BLASTING  ,_���ALL��WORKJ)S.SURED.L_  PENDER HARBOUR  FULL GOSPEL    . 1,/fclKcfc l\IVAl*-*��,C    SUNPAY SCHOOL ANP BIBLE CLASS  _5>:45A.M.._  ['  CHURCH SERYIC^  Pastor Roy, Walter S, Ackroyd  Madeira Park ~ 883-2374  FREE ESTIMATE  FRED DONLEY       -  Pender Harbour - 88>2403  SUNSHINE COAST  GOSPEL CHURCH  (Undenominational)  Sunday School .���. 10|00 a.m.  Church Sotvleo 1���111ll5 a.m.  Eyonlnn Sorvlco 7130 p.m.   -PASTOR-REV. S...CASSELLS,.,  ���<fPaYli*Pay'Roa0/and��Arbutn��  (2 b|ock�� up from Hlfjhwsy)  WATER SURVEY SERVICES  For Expert Blasting  FREE ESTIMATES.'  Phone 885-2304 L. C. Emerson  If No Answer Leave Mossaoe at  7    . 7 883.2763;o?:886��7377  ,  R.R. 1, Socholt, B.C.  BUILDERS ���,..,.., ���.���..������.  <��� '   "i ���;���-r���<��������r- 1���rr-  .   For All Your Renovation,  '   Alterations or Finishing WptK .  call  ������"'���*"; ��� "~CorZ<tidbma   . '  Fill, Cement-Gravel, Drain Rock, etc.  Box 89, Madeira Park    Phone 883^2274  L&H SWANSON LTD.  READY-MIX CONCRETE  Sandland Gravel,- Pgckhoes  Ditching - Excavations  ���OFFICE IN BbNNEFCBLOCK  885-9666, Box 172, Sechelt, B.C.   ''7HbNEl85-9550  RQNlS^C^I^CTIhlG  Clearing - Excavations - Road Building  Grading - Fill - Road Gravel - Crushed Rock  Phone: Sechelt 885-9550  Land Clearing - Road Building'  Tree Topping - Seleorlve Logging  Expert Hair Styling ~"  Cowrie St., Phone  Sechelt, B.C. 885-2818  HEATING & SHEET METAL  FRANK E.  DECKER, OPTOMETRIST  Bal Block - Gibsons  Every Wednesday  8864248  SPORTING GOODS  CLIFF'S BOATS  & ACCESSORIES LTD.  Fishing Supplies- Boats new and  Used . . . Large & Small  885-9832 Sechpty  SURVEYORS  PLUMBING AND HEATING  PLUMBING, HEATING & HOT  WATER HEATING  All makes Vacuumed, Cleaned and Repaired  All Work Guaranteed  COASTLINE SERVICES  Phone 885-2021  Box 798 Sechelt, B.C.  i��������� :���: ��� :   -     HALL SHEET METAL  Domestic - Commercial - Industrial  Telephone 885-9606  Box 164, Sechelt, B.C.  PEJE PU&OIS "  Telephone 883-2417  R.R, 1, Madeira Park, B.C.  --HtQN WORKS-  PHONE 885-2135  Tho Unj-fcd Church of Canada,  SERVICES       '  St. John'i United" Church - Payl�� Day  Supday1SQrYlcos,fvos30o.,Pm,   ,    Rbborh'CrookUnited _   Sunday Sorylcos - 2s30 p.m,  Gibson* United Church  Sunday Sorylcos�� I) i 15 q.m,  Port Mollomi UnlM  Sunday Services'- 7i30 p.m,  ".   (2nd ancl 4th Sundays), ;;  ���   Ministry 7    .'���-������.'��� ,��� ,, ���  Rov��� Jim Williamson -Gibson* - 00$-"*333  ^I^MMMWWWMVWWWWWW^^^  n'-.  Bafoist Church Services  Mermaid and Trail, Soohelt  ����/ylornlngfcWor5hlp^LlU^9��!Tl!������  CALVARY BAPTIST CHURCH  . ,.���.       Park Road, Glbiona  ,.7  " ,,.,  ��� v' Morning V/orshjp 9:13Qa,mI  . Sunday School 10;45a,m,  'T  Evening Fellowship, 7;00 p.m. 1  , , REV. ROBERT AWABY, Pa��to?    .*':''   \   <883-280?)   ,   . ��    ,,  f^A^WARM^WEtCO/rlE^WAITS^Ol"-:  ��M  mmmmmmA.,!  PLY-CONE PEVELOPMENTS ����  HOUSING CORP. LTD7  H'''   '    Surishino'Coast and Islands '     ' "''"  CONVENTION/Sk fy\0DULAlt AND PREFAB  Wo Havo A Thpusand Idepa  ,   Our. Prlcos Aro Compotltlvo   ���'���'���i '*"', Phon9,Yflrjcowiypr6B8��3642-'-~-.-.-'-   Write Pon 676 w Socholt, B.C.  TRICON PEYELOPMENTS LTp,  CUSTOM HOMBS - PRE-PAB H0MB8  High Quality ,., Reasonable Price*  Buy a Packaqp and erect It youpo|f, o> gqt  PMr professional holp. ��      ,'  QARPEK BAY, P.C. - Phone KYe��I 08337W  >iwpni", �� mn\w ������ ' I "I vk  BUILDING SUPPLIES  DISPOSAL SERVICES  ... 11    ��������������� ��� ������������������������.  "       i   SUNSHINE COAST PISPPSAL  SERVICES LTP.  PORT MELLON to OLE'S COVE  Teh 886.2938 or 835-9973  ',; CoH'Us For Y6ljrPIsj^sai;.NeodC"7*I7  When Renoyallng Or Spring Cleaning.  Containers Avallqblo,  ELECTRICIANS .^....>.-.. ������������,.���-i������-��������� i-,-',   '_ ACTON ELECTRIC "LTP.  Residential��IndMBtrlal qnd Marino Wlrlngi   "Electric Heat'��~l;lna Work ���-'  T5IL FIRED WARM ATirHEATmG-  OIL FIRED WATER HEATERS  Nothing Down ��� "0 Years To Pay  Light Plumbing  Roy Blanche ��� 883-2401  peninsula ornamental  iron Works '  WROUGHT IRON RAILINGS  ���AND-MISCELLANEOUS ORNAMENTAL  IRON WORK  Phono 886-7029 - 886-7056 - 886.7220  7/ -7       , FREE ESTIMATES   Phono 886-7244  ���f��w*"  Residential;�� Commercial �� Industrial  SIM ELECTRIC LTP.  Gov't' Certified, Electricians   Phono Day or Evo. 885-2062  Rr^AlOY^MIXCpNCRETE ANP  VPUILPINQ SUfPMES  ���"''''"^"''"���TorrOnrstjygmidiM^  GIRSONS BUILDING SUPPLIES LTP.   1653. SepYlPW.,-., Phono;.,886T2642  ��� Free Estimate ��.Jro.'it Seryjco  , ,aa,,w prywa'll '/  - Drywll.qcounljq gnd .tfi^urad ce||lno��, ��� ���*;.  Hov^^rvlnsit Qbw��n�� orwuona the Penln��Mla<��M'  Phono 084-5315  Jpy.^l��*t.M^M��A<}4u ;, .���  11       M1  JIM McKENZIE  ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR  Resldontlq( Wiring and Major  AppllgncQ Ropalrs  PHON^J85^978  JANITOR SERVICE  ^Welcome to The Floorshlrie Coast  HOWE SOUNP  JANITOR SERVICE,  Specialists In Cleaning - Floor Waxlna  Spray BMfflng - Window Cleaning  RUG SHAMPOOING  Phono 886-7131 - Gibsons, B.C.  "*^'^,m*w^,w'JO'HNS0'N('S''  PMIILPIHP MAINTGHAliC*?  SpoclalUIno mi  Paper H'pnglno, Interior 7��,'E^erlor decorating,  Rug Cleaning, AH rypijb of Building  Maintenance, Door Installation-  Window Cleaning,  , PHONE B8aT971fl AFTER A P.M,  "Al IMakes - All Work Guaranteed  COASTLINE SERVICES  Phone 885-2021  Box 798 Sechelt, B.C.  SEASIDE PLUMBING  iibson*������^_1^___   Plumbing �� Pipefitting - Steamfirtlna  Hot Water Heating - Pipe Lagging  -��   FREE ESTIAAATES  Phone 886-7017 01 886-2848  , . ',   ',    ''.   ' , .   .,," '   ,, .  .,.' ...��  Repairs - Alterations - New Installations  LAURIE'S  PLUMBING &  HEATING      LTD- "���      ,J       '7 7'  ROY & WAGENAAR  B.C> Land Surveyors  Marine Building - Porpoise Bay  __    Sechelt; B:C;  885-2332 or ZEnith 6430  TIREST  COASTAL TIRES  Sunshine Coast Highway  Box 13, Gibsons, B.C. ��� Phone 886-270C  ^LES AND SERVICE  All Brands Available  Monday to Saturday 8:30 a.rn; to 5:30 p.m.  Friday evening by appointment only.  -TOWING   " ^���-  Scows ���-Logs  SECHELT TOWING & SALVAGE  LTD.  Heavy Equipment Moving & Log Towing  L HIGGS  ;     Phone 885-9425:   7  Govt. Certified. Plumber   -���   24 Hour Service  Phone 885-9014  p.c7bqx S257^ sechelt; b.c:  PENINSULA-PLUMBING-LTD.  Sales and Service - 886-9533      '  . Eve cytb i ng^.f or,, Jhe,, po--1 t-You rs��31 f e r!  Also Points and Heating Supplies  Free Estimates,  Port Mellon to Pender.   -"���Len-iioates���-"  886-9533  RayGoates  886-9533  PEN PER HARBOUR  PLUMBING & HEATING  PLUMBING - HYDRONIC HEATING  NEW WORK and SERVICE WORK  "-"-"GSv't." CoHlflod Plumb'or  Phono 883-2720  Box 63 I     Madeira Park, B,C,  WiltW I #"lk"Li"5>  A, CP Rontals  Tools and Equipment  Garden Bay, B,C,       Phono 883-2585  TRANSFER  : fcEtf'''��#^^^    Household M��Ylng,, PflCjklno, Storaflt.  Packing Materials For Sale*  Member of Allied Van Llnei,   ,.,.....,,t, ��� Canadq's.No. ,1 .Movers...,,.,.,,,i ,.���,..,  Phone 886-2664, R.R. 1, Gibsons, B.C  "     in   ' 1. '. ."i  i 1 ��  SUNSHINE TRANSPORT,   :WAKhHOUSbS��,   ::..ls:,.P".  MACHINE SHOP  Pontracting^ and Enginooririg  Zi;Re5i,d��ntJ.Qi^^m  '        P^anon 886-7316  mmmrmmi#>tttik  TUEIT  "''"'V\JANADIAN'    I ROPANI  ������j'    v;^AS^'OIU'LTD   ;      ',  ���  Serving the Sunshine Coqst with reliable and  ,uwnomlcfll MCooH|ng��. ,^oatlna m4 ��� tjlot vWater,  ������,,���,.��� vl,,���t.���r pj^EE" ESTIMATES ;���?   Phone 885-23601 ��� 1'.  At lho Sign of the Chevron    '  HILL'S MACHINE SHOP  8, MARINE SERYICE LTP.  Machine Shop ���.Arc qnd Acty Welding; "  Stool Fabricating >-r Marine Wayn  .Au'omotlvO'and'Marlno.Repalri~��~��������.  s     Standard Morlifo Station  Thono 006-7721   ',   Rei. un6-??36, 00<^-?3*tv  -"RENT-IT-AT-W-  THE RENTAL SHOP  a'i'''Ppjvl�� Bay  "Wo Rent or Sell Almost Every thing"     ���  Typowrltoni�� Lighting Plants * Tolovlolons  Roto Tillers - Comeht Mlxew - Lawn Rakoa  Mcdionlc'a Tools  (PHONE 8894.28/J0 ��� 24 H��L|R,SERVICE f ,  -'.^RIER'JHOURSLBBS^ISJ        t^.  Gibsons 886-2172  DAILY SERVICE FROM VANCOUVER  "    SERVING THE SECHELT PENINSULA  Furniture to anywhere In Canada.  ,  'GonerarFrblght. HLow^lbed "ah'rf"heavy hauling  mi r   1  ,T^Vm - Qncj;' RADIO     /'""""��� ���      ���"'" ";"  CALEPONIAN ELECTRIC  SECHELT, B.C._ PHONE 885-9338,   _,  ;   .     ^TilivisloFJwAPPLIANCES     '   ������^���  ���AUTHORIZED   .  SALES ���. SERVICE  PHILCO-FORD ���, MOTOROLA  ��� v,... .:.���>,.'   ;     SpEED-QUEEN  ���������--���<"fy   >*"���" '" '���" '���"-"' ���"<���"��� "���"." T* �����������!��� ��� 1.1.1 ��� ��� ��� 11 l.i.. .in ,  SUNSHINE COAST T.V. SALES  ~: SrSERYICE" UP.      "^'*   ADMIRAL   ���   ELECTROHOME  Gordon Oliver   ��,  Ed Nicholson  RETAIL STORES  I I^H y I ��� ��+.fl��K��t��H��,  ���WWtHW^JsdW**  I \  "tlSR-TMI9-7   BUSINESS DlrtEC^TORY  ,   , 1,11  TO REACH  *   10,066' PEOPLE   ',  G 8. S HARPWARP   ^^ SECHKIhTi B.C,,  APPLIANCES v HARDWARE  HOME FURNISHINGS  Phono 8D5-9713  In The' Heart Of DovVntown Sechelt  Box 799, Sechelt 885-9816  CLOSEP ON MONDAYS  I   D  typewriter repairs  'ttp^rite^repairsttservice  Agent* for Hermes Typewriters  PHONE 886-2728    "  R. P. Thomas 7d\ Co,  <ty&i��$wtm&fo  UPHOLSTERY  ',,,",. ,/,JH| TOGGERY, '   " Lafe'' "ono' "C\.\ Idfen's"' Woqf""'"  -Pl^iVjrinvdoyML'iVf��l<  -Phono*8^5-2063*  (JO  Cowrio Straol, Sochelt  Ponder Harbour - 883-2513  j HARBOUR, .SUPPLIES   .  Electrical -  Plumbing  �� -Appliances  ", 1    TYs -, purnltitro and Car|]e(s  P.O. Dox 158 Madeira Park, Hvry 101  ^rF^af1cte"Pertlnsala",  BELAIRtCUS^OM-UPHOLSTERY  ANP DRAPERIES '  7RsMP,^l*tfli:lna,:s.iKfi8i^iinfl4.a;',cp  Soryl<;o - Samples shown In the homo  Phono. 886-2050 after A pm  or BB6-2873  omtmmmmnmmmm'Mm  Your Business .Card,  1 1  In this space will  ��� ' ���      1 t  1  reach nearly' 10,000 pooplo!,.  1  XoW^co$fVHfgirpdworr  ,,ll ,,l,   .     n1  ' V  If  .1 I  r    , "'   I'  ^W��W!' Preparation
In preparation for the grafting oper- cept the top which will draw nourish-
ation, the green spikes are stripped ment up the stem to the grafted cut-
from last year's growth of the root ting which-- will become a '''plus"
stock and all the buds removed ex-    tree.
Both tjie^cuttmg and the root stock
have been prepared for the grafting
operation and the two lacerated
stalks are matched and placed together with the bud of the cutting
higher than the bud ' of the root
stock. Both are then bound together
On Sunshine Coast . . .
and sprayed with healing, balm. If
the graft is successful, the root stock
bud will be removed leaving the cutting to become the new growth which
because it is taken from an old tree
will produce flowers and seed within
two to three years.
,1\ »"''   *   !**.t    high
Canadian Forest Products
establish first seed farm
CAN IDBSE^VE YOU?
MR. T.  R. TOPHAM
One of our representatives
will be at
Sunnycresr Motel, Gibsons t
9-11:30 a.m. Wednesday, April 26
Bella -Beach Motel, Sechelt
(formerly Vic's Motel) 1 -3:00 April 26
If you require a term loan for a new or
existing business, you are invited to discuss your heeds with him. An appointment can be arranged by telephoning
the above motels the day of the visit.
HIGH above Davis Bay, Canadian Forest
Products Ltd. .has selected a twenty
acre site for its first Seed Orchard ori,.
the Sunshine Coast. With its panoramic
view of the Strait of Georgia, the site
would be a real estate developer's dream,
but it also met the requirements of a
seed orchard with a favourable combination of climatic and soil factors necessary
for the production of frequent seed
crops.
Preparations   for     the   seed   orchard
commenced   in   the   fall   of   1970   when
Mick Alvaro cleared the twenty acre site
and in the spring of 1971, Canfor's for-
crew aided Dy some HaTFlPcIozen
school students from Vancouver,
planted 1,650 sturdy two'year old Douglas
fir root-stock. These were obtained from
the Canfor Sechelt Tree Farm. In addition, 2,000 western red cedar seedlings
were planted to. form a central windbreak.
SUPERIOR  SEEDS 	
grafted   cutting   to   continue   its   growth
as a "plus tree".
After the binding process, the splinted area was sprayed with a special pruning balm which keeps out moisture and
promotes healing.
SUPER STOCK
If all goes well and the presence of
the. seed orchard is respected especially
by people who do not stop to read the
posted signs and think this cleared area
is a new drag-strip, the, young seedlings*
will be producing see"o cones from-1975
onwards.
___i INDUSTRIAL
DEVELOPMENT fi
TERM FINANCING FOR CANADIAN BUSINESSES
     885 Dunsmuir Street,	
VANCOUVER, B.C.
^£££££££££££££££££££££££££££££££££££^^^
Roberts Creek finxtttmy-^
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to attend reg, conference
 UOBEUTS Crook lio.splU.l Auxiliary,hold
its   lanl   rogului'  monthly   mooting  ut
St. Aidnn's Church Hull, Monday April 1),
PltuiH  woro miiclo to jtUond  tho  Rog-
lunu) Cpni'oronoo ul. the Lions Gulo Hon-
 „.„JRlti\l in^Yiu
 will '"JxTTit" 1"f'*«iu'7i\~'buH""wTi'i le"iwo"So~
chelt »t,»l* nm and coat will bo approximately ."..",1)0 oaoh, TIioho waning to at-
kind aro hnUucI to notify pMrn, Nlva Now-1
"mun." ',     "',,.',]'     ■"    ', ,
An   Invitation   lo  altcnicl   tho   Amuiiil
■■■ Fr'ondHlvlp Tea was extended to all mix-■
UlurioH,   Thin   ovimjI   will   bo   hold,   thin
,    , year,   at, fonder,.< IIui'IhiuPj  .WeclriOHday
May "10th, A. good atlondanoo Ih anlk'l-
pa tod, Next regular meeting will bo hold
 MayJIIh,. UHiial lunation, , .,,..	
JThis- long-range Canfor forest genetics'
project is expected to produce better
quality planting stock for use on high
elevation sites, and will proceed through
five major stages of development and
production.
Last week graduate UBC forester.
Gordon Burton and Vlad Korelus werq
conducting delicate grafting operations
~HITn! euTungs from Douglas Fir trees"
growing at the 2,000 to 3,000 foot level
at Nimpkish.
Using special grafting ' knives, ":the
sharpness of which was evidenced by the
band-aid plastered fingers of- the oper-,
atbrs, the main stalk of the root-stock
and the cutting were prepared for grafting. The green, spikes, w.cre, removed first
to avoid moisture in tho graft. Taking the
lust year's growth ' of the main stalk of
the root-stock, all the buds were re-
moyod, oxegpt the Ipp.oii^jhc-proceduro
Here again the foresters will select the
best trees and cross pollinate under controlled Conditions so that the seeds will
produce super stock.
HARVEST
From 1975 onwards, the cones will be
collected by hand each fall and the
seeds extracted, cleaned and stored, ready
lor planting ,jn  spedling nurseries.	
From' 1977 onwards, the superior
seedlings will be planted on high elevation lands on Canfor tree farms.
_ Surgeon
gjwMLfi^ thof,cutting,„thcn. a.,.
the tree SUl'gOOn Who has boon COn- thin  sliver, 'which" appeared V be   the '
ducting  the grafting operation pic- length of the year's growth whs cut down
'lured hero. The cuttings have to be the stalk from beneath tho top bud; tho
kept under rciYigeraUotomcLtakcn _il>iU,Qg,w.«s.jnM«th9d.,lo...l,ho..HamQ length
in   coolers   to   the   root   stock.   It   is "lld " h11v01'  romovod  from  bonoath  lis
hoped to graft close to 500 trees this U,P l?l,tl1 lo Ut1 b"H0/ lho» }ho Awo Wl!"1
year,  This  method  is   |ust ono  of mulf.d ,u»>/"f  bound together wth
J6voral-used7by'"lho {0|oStors~^^^
besides having the necessary knowl-       in al£l(t 0M0 monlh.H -llmo llH) f()r0H.
edge  and  experience aro obviously Um Wlll return to chock tho grafts and
dodlcated to tho conservation of our if,, successful tho bud of tho root-muck
forost resources.       , ■ will .'bo removed leaving'the bud of tho
RINGBOK
ALUMINUM
BOATS
Scamper 9 3"  . _$19*
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...„„...$299
Si-eriling   1110"  	
Sea Sprite 12'3" „,.„,.,.
Topper 14 14'3"x57"  $333
Sportsman 141" , $394
Sportsman-L-|>-144—
With deck $416
Camper ,.14'3"x63"-.: $419.
Tarpon   16'3" . , $599
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883-2266
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SUNSHINE  COAST REGIONAL DISTRICT
NOTICEOF PUBLIC HEARING
AMENDMENT TO ZONING BYLAW
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PURSUANT TO S.703 ol lho Municipal Act, o public hoailno will ho hold al 7.3,0 P,M„
Tuesday,'April 2S, 1972 tiMho Roalonal District Offices, Davis Bay, Id consider Uylawt.
35(6), 351,7). and 35(8)—hylawh lo qijuind lho Suni.hlna CoaM Raalonal DlMrlct Zoninfl
Bylaw No, 35—1970, All pari-ons who doom tholr InlwoM in propaily affoclocl hy lho
proposc-d1 by-law shall bo alforrlctl-qn opportunity to ho hcar() on maitors contained
In lho Uylawtt,   •
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Heatdd Pool and Sauna
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al Payna Road) from InduMrlal I lo Commoiclol I
PD, Tho Intunl of Bylaw'35 (7) '     '
1. To roitona pari of D.L, 1556, Grp, 1, N.W.D,
(On thoTunanok Road) from Uviral Holding io Rohidunilal 11
,".      '2. To ro/ona ,Uoi, I ti,,»IK. 8, D,L.' 1356, Cup. I, N.W.D.
(On Davis Hoy Road) Plan 86.66 I'rom Roiulcntlol I to Residential II
-"•     3, Toro/ono tho immibrlivldofl portion ol 0,1, 1356, Grp, 1, N,W,D,
(Dnvlh Hay) Irom Rcmdonllol II u> Komilunlial I
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HALFMOON  BAY,  B.C.
Phone 885-9998
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2, To io*ono Lot-?, IMocK 3, D,L, TblO. Grp, 1, N,W,P„ Plan 783?
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lho Rcnionnl DlMilcl Olllto, Dovlfi Duy, nl  tho llmoii indluitrd, nuinoly Monrlny to
rililay, fl!30 A./V-. lo 12:30 P,M, mul I|0U I'.M. Iu'	
doomed to hu up lnl«iprufjnllpn wllhu^o t'ylawn. ,
1 ,1
StinMilnnCoaM Rofllonnl l)lmi|q|'   '
Go. 800, Socholl, I3.C,'
885»2B38
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DEPARTMENT 01" TRAVEL INDUSTRY
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The Peninsula Times
Page B-E
B.C. Branch
Canadian Bar Association
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warns on charitable gifts
'RlTATir wninim; to llio peoplo of Rnth.h
v ColuniliKi to us^ cxIrciiH' c-aiv in muk-
m« any Mifts or cliaritablc .1.millions was
issued t'odi^v hy Iho B.C. Branch, C^-.'
nuilian   Bar   Association.
In a press statrrhent, John C. Smith
' of Vancouver. Chairman of Ihe Branch's
Taxation Subsection said "The new (Jit't
Tax Act introduced by the Minister of
Finance and passed by the Legislatlire
Monday gives the Provincial Government
the   power  to   tax   charity". ^
"Gifts to any charity, no matter how
worthy, no matter how local, can be
subjected ,to a tax of 15 to. 50 *,■'<-. So can
gifts between members of the same family, although" there is an exemption of
■•$2,000 for gifts to individuals and Sl&OM..
a year for gifts between husbands and
wives. We feel "that the public must be
warned that th.ijs tax can seriously endanger the plans of all charitable organizations. It also deters individuals wishing to make charitable donations of any
size. It complicates the giving of even
the simplest gift between members of a
family."
"National and international charities,
educational trusts- in fact any trust,
building funds for charitable or educational purposes; gifts to all these will-
be taxable."
"The requirement that every gift must
be the subject of a report to the government is impractical with respect to small
family gifts and charitable donations, yet
a $10 a day fine for not reporting' has
been established and can be assessed by
the Provincial Minister of Finance. There-
are no exceptions and no minimums that
are exempt from reporting. That is a
law that is wide open to the abuse of
harassment and accordingly is bad law."
"Our Subsection, together with representatives of the Tax Committees of the
Institute of Chartered Accountants and
the Vancouver Board of Trade ma.de representations to the government after the
original Gift Tax Bill was introduced in
the Legislature earlier in the current session. Although' that Bill was withdrawn
and replaced by a new version extending
the Act to tax charitable contributions,
the thoughtful recommendations contained in our brief were'not implemented.
At that time we criticized some of the
, principles involved in the Bill as well
as technical „ faults which we foresaw
might arise in its administration."
"Now that the Bill has been
—third   reading   a.nd—has—the
a house in their joint
for it with the husband's
the -payment   is a  girl, .to
given
.,     _     . ,     - '-approval—o^F
JJjfi^Legialatuxepwe-^eel-eMgeaMTr^^al^
the public concerning those provisions of
the   Act   which   will   affect   family   and
charity gifts.
"We do ask, however, that the government reconsider and not seek to obtain Royal Assent to the Bill so that it
does not become proclaimed law -until
such time as clarifying regulations have
been announced to the public. We anticipate that failure to do that will result
in_ chaos in tJ.c. so far as charitable fund
raising is concerned."
"We also urge charitable organizations
to send telegrams requesting that the
Premier defer seeking Royal Assent for
the Gift Tax Act until after clarifying
regulations have been published.'
and    who    buy
names, ami  pay
minify,   half   of
the  wife.   If  it   oxi-epds  $10,000,   it  will   be
1a\alilo.   F,ven  if.il   is  nol   taxable, a  gift
tax    return   i.misl   l>e   made,   as   with   all
oilier  i.'\U.   whether  taxable  or  not.
4.  The  rules about gifts to charitable,
organizations may mean that every gift to
every charity, iri British Columbia is taxable at a minimum rate of  1597 and \io .
to a  maximum  of 50%.
At the moment, there are no charitable organizations qualified as tax exempt. No organizations set up as tn.is.ts
will ever be abje. to qualify for exemptions. ^
...... (a)   The  only charitable  organizations
which will be able to receive exempt^
gifts will be those registered Canadian
charitable organizations under the Federal Income Tax Act which are not
trusts, and which are also (or within
2 years become, listed in the B.C. regulations, yet to be published.,
(b) Any gifts to an organization that
fits within the test outlined above must,
to be exempt gifts, be devoted exclusively
to that organization's charitable activities
within B.C., and must be for the absolutely discretionary use of the organization. That means that no instruction
whatever . may be made concerning use
of the gift. Gifts to national or international  charitable  organizations  which do
. not have an exclusively provincial section, and gifts to charitable organizations
which do not have an'exclusively provincial section, .and gifts to -.-.Charitable
organizations to be devoted to a specific
purpose, are riot exempt.
(c) Although there is a general exemption which, exempts from tax the first
$2,000 gifted to individuals, (up to $10,000
in total) the exemption does not apply to
gifts to anyone other than an individual,
such as corporations, societies and other
unincorporated charitable organizations.
This means that \yhere a charitable organization is not specifically exempted'
under the 'regulations,, or where the gifts
to it are not of the type which are exempt, every dollar of such a gift is taxable, at rates starting at 15 cents ori
every dollar.
Examples  of Application  of  Tax
1. Donations to any charitable, educational, religious, cultural or medical or-
ganization for a building fund, debt re-
... tirefoent- .fund or any olhpr spprifir prr.j.
—-eet-^re-^-xa-bter^'veir^^
pledge  made  before   1972.
2. Donations to any national or international charitable organization, or a
local charitable organization where a
part of the money goes to national or international funds, are taxable. This would
include all disaster relief funds, United
Nations organizations and missions which
are not purely local in nature.
3. Each family allowance cheque paid
by a mother into a trust account for her
children is a taxable gift.
4. Even if it .is a purely provincial
organizations, and even if the money is
not for a special project, no charitable
organization whatsoever qualifies at the
moment for exemption. Any  and  every
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Quiet
Convalescing in this twenty acfe nursery a it hundreds of three year old
Douglas fir trees which have just
received "surgery" from Canadian
Forest Products foresters. This is the
Sunshine Coast's first seed orchard
which if all goes well, will produce
Zone
regular crops of superior seeds for
future forests and future "•generations..
Foresters trust piat everyone who
discovers the orchard will treat the,
young seedling trees with respect for
they have an important part to play
in future reforestation.
Cancer facts
CANCER   is  found  throughout  the plant
and animal kingdoms.
.Fossils from the dinosaur age indicate
■ that ,the disease has probably existed almost from the beginning of life. Early
evidence, of the disease in humans .Jaas
been found in Egyptian mummies.
Cancer does not appear to have been
recognized by the native Indians of North
American prior to „the_ coming of the
white  man.
Some  historians have claimed  that  it
was   only    when    the    primitive    people
adopted some of the customs of "civiliza-
. tion"  that they  became, prone to cancer.
Recent medical .investigations amongst
the Canadian Eskimo population have
shown, however, that people living apart
from civilization are just as likely to
get cancer.
The fact that primitive peoples usually die younger as a result of malnutrition,
infections and other natural hazards,
means that there are fewer people in the
older age groups where cancer is more
prevalent.-
(Pamphlets and information about
cancer can be obtained by writing to:
B.C. and Yukon Division, Canadian Cancer Soicety, 896 West Eighth Ave., Van-
"couver  9',  B.C.)  _
Joists" and rafters of resilient Hem-Fir
a"re unexcelled for the strong structural
backbone  of. wood  frame   buildings.
*y&+_Sbi&
Smith said that in the meantime, the do,,ar given to any and every charitable,
Taxation Subsection of the B.C. Branch, religious, cultural or educational, organ-
■Canadian—Bag—:Aaaeeiat-fon—felt-that   the Ration—is-r—taxable—unlessi—within—two-
public should be made aware of the
following aspects of the new Gift Tax
Act as it now stands:
J' The Act is retroactive to January
* I       1 J I At,
2. Every-'.'EW'.ma^
B.C.,  whether  taxable  or  not,  must  be
years,  the  organization  qualifies  and  is
listed as an exempt one.
5. Where a house is jointly owned,
each mortgage payment must be reported, even though it may not be taxable
_^___Y2^
wife or vice versa. There is a $10 a day
reported by April 30th the next year on Penalty fo1' not reporting. Every payment
n  Gift Tax "Return, This  includes ""gifts    made-in-the purchase of a house owned
Poet's Corner
1 Knelt To Pray
I knit to.pray..,when, day was, done,
And prayed "O Lord, bless everyone,
.Lilt from each saddened heart the pain,
And lot the sick be well again,"
And then I woke another day
And carelessly went 'on my way      '" '
I did not try to share the load
(.Of,,any,,J)rot,hcr on the road;    , .
,l7U'd,,unt7win fin .In ,see_
I introduction
Cutting taken from mature Douglas
fir trees at the 1,500-3,300 ft elevation is introduced to the three year
old seedling tree which will give it
life if the grafting operation is suc-
^e^sful^t-^nfw^s-new-seed-orehard:—e
on the Sunshine Coast,
USE
WEE BONNIE SYSTEM
For summer, ond residential homes.
i .■""i-w    ;■ ■** -.1.
Example 400 sq. ft~Cedor^Cab1)H7
supplied and installed on your lot
for $2,600. Do-it-yourself kit with
plans $1,800. We also, do framing
for economical houses. Phone after
6 p.m. 987-1893 collect.
Io a wife, children, other members of Ihe
family,   charities,   or   anyone   _]_.    Th«
penalty for,norfiling such a return Is
•i>10 a day.
nro taxable if gifts from one to the other
In a yonr .exceed 7}l 0,000, Ho husband
jointly  also  must  be  reported,  with  a
penalty   fpr  non-reporting.
The sick man just, next door to mo,
•Yet once again, when day wasj done;
I prayed:. "O. Lord, bless everyone."
  There came nj volpLp.Hin< whlsppiwl r-1r»ni"
<3,   Each   gift,   Including   family^ gifts     "Pause—hypocrite,   before  you   pray;
suoh as Christmas arid birthday presents     Whom have you tried to bless'today?
rnust "* bo—r opor to^rn^0" SlT"" ri ot"" 1 axalblGr **"" Goci's™' r i oliest: JV> 1 es.si ngs—n i ^/ay R^|r0-™~*-*--^'
with a penally for non-reporting. By hands that servo Him hero below."
 .-j,:.,'.":"---;-—r:,...... '..■.;...v.-'■■.,,,,.,.,„,',;_ .1.^Andi.,lhen,.I..hld,.my.. face, and cried,       ,
"Millions   of  years older   (ban   TlTo     ''Forgive "^-^ --
UTIGES  POSTAJL.  FLEXIBILITY
Wickets are closed  in a considerable
number  of pub-post pffices,,,during,.„the
_noon-JiouE—whnn  many''pmj^oyed-^bnZ
sinners wish to make use of the postal
services, Consumers ^
ada" has requested the Postmaster General to allow each post office the flexi-
—blllly Iu udupt ll„s HOUl's of operation to
the general working pattern of the local-
A
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4  Chain Saws   _
.  Sales - Service ft Accesspries
Axes and Hqndles, Wedges
, ,and,,Cpns„and« ,, .,   .
PIONEER CHAIN SAWS   ■
Sechelt Home Service
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Box 636 ,     Sechelt, B,C,
Rockies and weathered down to solid
rock, Canada's Selkirk mountains are
ruggod ancl wild, Ovor 100 glaciers havo
sculpted  tho final touches; nurtured  by
■wTW6Td"."Rn6w fa] Is—728 1 nchoa during tho
"■-■■winter of1190(5-07 and 370 inches aver-
ago,
Let mo bu,t livo another day
And 1 will livo the way 1 pray,"
—Selected
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form of roof" covering lhat actually adds
to tho (Uronglh of tho roof socllon, ,
Around The Harbour
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place at  tho annual  mooting of tho    Bowllnfl Club,  John  Dlyal' was  winner
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Spring'concert
Tlckotn will bo nvnllnblont the dpor
for 1 bo flprlng concert April 21, fJ p.m,
at, Ponder Harbour Socpndnry School,
iHdults (til, ntndenln DOc, prc,?obooJ«rf.'free,
Come end .brlnfl your family and frlendn
I'or a truly enjoyable evening,
POWLINQ
Lanl Wednesday wan the,wind tip of
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the mon'H  hlKh  throe namon,  with 7011,
Fay alracd look tho woruon'tt hlfil) »i«mo ,,
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Ito.nrl llunnern and the Duds.
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, I.'       '    I   >,      '     I -.-y  nBt-lVlW*.  Poae B-6 TFhe Peninsula Time*  Wednesday, April 19, 1972  Isabel writes...  ���from the Legislature, Victoria  THE   SUMMARY     Convictions   Act   has  Ik-en   amended    to   allow     courts   to  sentence   persons   tq^  broken   periods   in  jrtil,    allowing   loin ~re  example.       t h o s e  convicted   lo   work  durinR    the    week  and ' return   to   jail  i'or weekends only.  .    The  government's  pioneer    legislation  ' offering        aid      to  " prospective        purchasers    of    homes  was   improved,   extending   indefinitely   the   opportunity  for   British   Columbia residents to get.  a   $500   cash   grant  or     $2,500    second  mortgage   for   purchase     ol    older-   hordes.   The   $1,000  cash   grant    or   $5,000   second   mortgage  for new homes remains, and another $25  million   was   added   to   the   special   fund  ���for these purposes..  The annual . Homeowner Grant was  increased by $15 to $185, and a special  $50 annual bonus was provided for both  homeowners and renters over the age of  (J5.  To   prevent   welfare     review    boards  from  usurping the power of the government   to  sej   social   assistance   rates,   tlie  Social   Assistance   Act   was   amended   to  make  it   clear   that   the  Cabinet   has   the  final  say   on  who  shall ��� qualify   for   this  public  assistance   and   in   what, amounts.  The   M.L.As   set   an   example   to   the  rest  of the province  in  approving a limitation   on    their   salary    increases,   and  those, of Cabinet  Ministers, to an amount  to   be  set  each   year   by   Cabinet,   corresponding   to   increases   to   be   authorized  for the public service.  ^      Similar   limitations   on   pay   increases  for   teachers,   and   elected   local   government    members���mayors, and   .aldermen,  7>-4ind   regional  district   officials���were  set.  ���JThe'"   liegislattrre^ also     approved���an���  adjustment  to   the   school   financing   formula to ensure that no school board exceed  its  authorized* basic  education   program   by   more   than   eight   per   cent   in  ... most cases, or 15^ more than  10 per cent  in -.special cases.     ^  Referendum^ are required before the  government-set limitations on the school  district budgets and salaries for teachers,  x\  J  GEST EXPE  ROVINCIAL GOVE  IN 1972  ENT  HEALTH  "terat-efectcrd���politicians  cjabmct Ministers ma$r-  ���rrrrd^MiTJ^isr^rtf-  TOCEedeoT-Trrts--  is designed to give the taxpayer greater  control    over   the    money    allocated < for  these purposes.  Another measure to ensure lhat tax  money is spent for its allocated purpose  was legislation to require municipalities  to place in a reserve fund anyrof their  per capita grants which they [don't use  for ambulance services, tourist and industrial   development,   promotion   as   in-   trndcdr ��� .   Bills to increase the borrowing authority -of B.C. Hydro and the newly-  named British' Columbiu Railway by $500  million each "were passed, as was one .  purchasing another $25 million in British   Columbia   Railway   shares.  The   Premier   also   made   if   clear   in  , ,hi:s  Budget Speech  that,  lhe  government  :iyi will continue  to hire as many  people'us1  it   can   into   grovernincnl.   doparfmeiits;  leading the way in the fight, against unemployment,  Meanwhile,   Rehabilitation'"   Minister,  P.  A. Gaglardi  reported  to  the  Legiala-  .,,-, .Uii'.u,.that���heuh��s found,30,000 now,.,jqbs,  ������-Widoy^m'plQyr^  his department, while Municipal Affairs   Minister, Dan,Campbell disclosed that the,  job opportunities program which he  heads had found employment for another   1.137.  This   is  (ho   program   under   which   tho  Provincial  Government  pays  , ���...,������ &U��� | w.(:���,c w i |.,t. ���u L.t, 1.1 tJ.�� ^ i�� I it ricri f u 17 Co r mg i7���.wo t- �����.�����  fare recipients hired lulo new jobs,  Mr. Campbell also announced Hint lhe  ���cosl-sliniing provisions ������under lho stfheni'c  will he cNlondud sin months beyond fliu  original eulolT dale of April   Im",  The   l'u<%et   provided   fur   a   lUWHI.tlOO  Iiktiiiimc In social assistance expenditures   for-fliu-l 1)72-73. fiscal year-,Hi $120,r> mil-   110117a Ijil") million liUij'QONQ lp" medicare'*,  oxiK.'iirllUiros  lo  $|ir>  million;  nn   II "por  cent  Increase  In  health  and  hospllal  In-  , ��� Miriuii'ii .ii|��)iH|lim������luJ|i2l)'l,lL,l.nllll(iu, and .  a Jump lii�� education -.upending, nf' $'13,1  million lo a record $>Hl,l million,  During' llHi'Ht'HHlon    both    Hohuivom  lMiuiHlcr, Hay  WIIIIhIuii, and Minus Min-  ' ������,,lnli'i'i'Trunk  I'U'hier, wiiriiod Oi)|)(inlllnu  parly   iiuiiuhcrs   lha!   Hicy   could   Jeopardize   lho   fiiliiro   hi'   (ho   I'oroHtry' and   ' iiiiiuiiH  iiKhiMlrioM  In  lho  province,' ,  Mi    Willisliin  eNpresriod  t'ouenrn   liial  0|i|i(iniilnu (.'ampalgn hi roiiuirullipiW"  ��oatiHl-iinil��polliii|(in��hmiMlltiiltiii!i��by-l'nrnRlr  coiiipiinieii could   be  Ino ounlly   Iu, allow  the t'oiiiliiiHitlon (il',,Monu). ihIUh, already  ej-li.Ticnrlng difficulty,  " Mi'.' 'I'li'liTc'i'"' wiih" iixprwslug n aWm  jthmit" New 'DeintH'i'iitli!Tufty MlAs dt)-'  inaiifl lur Hrealer mucin rco IiimiIIoii, mid  puiniiul   mil   dial   many   mining  upora-   lluiin iilriind.v are marginal whilu ilu...  JUdliil JurjuiiiiaJnluurHlH.luui ,dccllnuU.,lu.  Ihcpiii.l yenr  OppuNl'tlun iiilacks nn iho goVoriimenl,'  reached an early ellmnx���unci dwindled  'limncKllaloly  nl'loi'���liNilifunry  IM-', mul UB  .When Iho  NOP and  Uhoral Ml.An fill.  liuiilui'uil.fiu1.17. htmi'H,. fnruliiH-Hu-iilUiilubL,  jcllllng.of tho HoiiMo.  The   only   other-   alLnlghl,   Milling   In,,,  I'l'conl  meiuory  wan over a vnnlruvoniliil  ninl�� impum. ri'iilru^mnn un/ uulun ilium  lieing.illvi'i'leil In political inupuM'ii. How-  o\,u.\ lliii, vuar, Ihiiit* w<in un hisui. reiMiir-  lug lhe MI.Ai, hi nil ,.]| nlghl.  Al lho hnlRht of the upciwir, votoi'.ui  tig***  $973  SOCIAL SERVICES  ., \. , >tf3&S*Z**#tmijQ* (pyl'*  \ 0f   op*     *$<*,',  *5>'  rv'  ���.,J������I i \'_���'���������", Ali/,1""  1952/53  1962/63  1972/73  EXPENDITURE BY PRINCIPAL SERVICES,  FISCAL YEAR APRIL 1,1972 - MARCH 31,1973  IN MILLIONS OF DOLLARS.  20 year growth of british columbia  education costs and the percentage  ofyW  i ' ���   r   jLm_.  �����W(*1>W��IH('(BK**t�� Ij'W&lSWfeiWc'HW  ' THESETWETHEANNUArBUDGETARYOPERATING-COSfl'S-OF^  TOYOUR^  THE LARGE SUMS OF PROVINCIAL GOVERNMENT CAPff^^  EACH YEAR FOR NEW SCHOOLS, AUPITORIUMS, LIBRARIES AND GYMNASIUMS  Si'   *'        I '  M^pw^**mm*<mi>mm  iWW^iWstlwajWSB t *-��*M'f*i>if��i��mi*s(��  1 W^^^>**mi^B<#Ww��W^  MfWjtvww^pWiiHwf**  r*bhLZ4t.&*il*S vi.^.mtxi,.  GOVERNMENT OF BRITISH COLUMBIA  ��� MH��I*M>*I�� |M>m #.��~Wlll W|*  1��,W^��.��l������.'^��Jl,*I.H"|W^'*��*��Vt|��.')*W"'H.|lll'*l'*   ��#��'  in*. ,*.,f(y>.��t��f����Y�����*'w.f ����� I"*1"'' f*'*"-^""*.*^**  - -���*.'���  TOPARTwerJroriswaATiownf^  lining to obeyaliu cllreet'km uMlmlliiunu  nlwilrinaii, -    ���  wwmbm<mmmm��''<>wmi  ��*>mmm^mmM  w ir>��fi|����iwi��t^**����ww^ ^MiW  BAIT -n ICE - TACKLE  f    ,|M,.  NYGREN SAL^S  ��� ,', ���  , GIBSONS,r:"''7" rr  i, 7  ..���     <*M,#,.,,ft^��,,,��..J�����*��.*..W��4S4*.4,4���,  W..4,   .^,*.^t,4"4  ,f^44,*.;4^4  ^.^^   ,��.1���J rf^.^.^.^W^W^  ,  ,     4 ���,4>^    fl,,,,,      V    ,  ��� | T.    I.   ,,  ��l *  W4^����w#w��<^  I      * '    ,    i  mi^mm^mm**mmm/m  ,   ��� ....,,.�����.,,������ ,,���..,,.,���.  wfeWWWWWW��B#��l#iW^^  I      I      It  IW����UM��MW|nH  ��� '���    '  '. "l    ' .        ,      ' , /.  I 1 ���Ves '.   '..: tna'i Li n,  ���' r aphi o   2ntiug trie3.  ,\  The  P  ENINSULA  Section C  Wednesday, April  19, 1972  Pages 1-8  Contest deadline: April 25  It's readers turn to write  about 7us���your local paper  IT'S, worth   spending   a" few   thoughtful  minutes   to   write   down     what   you  think about the role of your local news-,  paper  in  your  community.  You  have  a.  chance  to  win  $300  and  a  gold  medal  as the top prize in the contest.  The annual contest is sponsored by the  Dominion Textile Company of Montreal.  All entries must be in The Times office  not later than 5 p.m. Thursday, April 20.  They will be. publishedin..The Times, and....  then forwarded for judging to the Canadian Community Weekly Newspapers'  Association.  Readers of The Times are encouraged  7~1^mrcuryr-Outb  MECHANIC  Phone 885-9626  . / ....  CHAIN  SAW CENTRE  vriwf ���&&fv*.r*f.'&*.  Miiiiiniiniiiiiiimiiiiiiniiiiimiii  to set down in simple language -(not  less than 250 words and no more than  700) what their community newspaper  means to them, their families, their lives  and their communities. To help our  readers generate some thoughts about  their community newspaper, here is the  winning entry in last year's "Our Hometown Paper" contest, which was submitted by Mrs. Joan Stuchberry of  Grantham's Landing, a reader of the  Peninsula" Times:   ..  "WHAT   MY   LOCAL   PAPER   MEANS  TO   ME"  By   Joan   P.   Stuchberry:  A newspaper should be like a woman,  provocative all the time, not prone to  gossip, sure of its ground but very  aware of all that is" going on.  A   local   newspaper   encompasses   the  whole specTrum.6Tli"fe~"fi''Um-t)irth notices-  to   obituaries,   our   accomplishments   and  ttg-,4ailures  are  rinly_sported, 1   ^       Workshop ��� ~  Davis Bay Elementary vSchool principal Drew McKee takes note of some  interesting ideas being presented at  last Friday's public Relations Workshop by Mr. Ron Gray, publicity dir-  .ector for the B.C. School Trustees  Association. On the right is Dr. J.  Roberts, assistant superintendent of  Education and director of publicity  for BeUingham School District. Now  that school boards have to get taxpayers' approval for operating costs  in excess of somewhat austere limits^  set by the Department of Education,  public relations between the schools  and taxpayers is becoming more important. School trustees and school  district administrative staff attended the full day workshop.  Provincial Parks  ' x-;>      '   ���   ' ���      .  attendance rises  TOTAL attendance for Provincial Parks  in 1971 was 7,756;580 visits it is an-,  nounced by the Honorable W. K. Kiernan, Minister of Recreation and Conservation. Day visits accounted for 6,373,320  ,of\ the .total and camper nights  1,383,260.  By comparison the total attendance  for 1970 was 7,541,380 x m ad e up . of  5,958.350 daj visits' and 1,583,030 camper  nights. ������'���    ������- a  Day ' visits and camper night totals,  are Jour times the number of motor vehicles counted- by automatic traffic counters in the case of most day visits and  counted by park attendants in the case  of camper counts. This formula has been  used since 1959 when a survey taken the  previous year indicated that the average  occupancy of cars entering Provincial  Parks was slightly less than four persons.  Provincial Parks such as Mount As-  siniboine and Garibaldi where access is  by trail each visitor is counted indi4vi-  dually.  ���'..���-  Vancouver   1\  T~"  _Q  \V  ,CQ  V   ��! s; :   NEW TRANSCONTINENTAL FARE  IS LESS THAN EVER  ��*  All Airline Reservation's, Tickets, Tours and Cruises, Fly Now���Pay Later  FOR ALL YOUR TRAVEL NE^DS  ItQ*. Contact Yoiir Local Travel Agent at  ^      CONTINENTAL COIFFURES \0  Trail Bay Plaza, Sechelt or Rhone 885-2339  *<*  "Day oi Recollection"  at Sechelt April 26th  . FATHER   Michael . Bach of..;, Chilliwack  will be the visiting speaker at the  "Day of Recollection" planned for April  26th in the Holy Family Parish Mall,  Sechelt. Father Bach's talks always provide much material for meditation.  The Catholic Ladies*would be pleased  to have other ladies join them. Tea and  coffee will be provided at lunch-time.  The Day of Recollection commences at  10:15 in the morning and will' end at  3:15 p.m.  Miss Bee's Card and Gift Shop  You will find a large selection of lovely  boxes of notepaper at Miss -Bee's Card  and Gift Shop, Wharf Road, Sechelt.  Sechelt group  Hospital Auxiliary meet  weiGomes new  mmts  SUPERMARKET LTD.  formerly E&M  .Complete  Groceries, Novelties  OPEN 7 DAYi^TV^EEK-  The written word is powerful and that  power should be used with.care. It can  make live or destroy ideas and people.  It must often  write with a sense  of  humor;   if   we   can   laugh   at   our   own  ���.  problems   it   can   lift   the   burden   and  ^���-'monotony of everyday life.'A subtle barb  ^ 7cloaked   in   humor'eari   ofteij,, reach   its,,  arr.ow ana ��� wiih a  ��� A'' ��� pa'pei' needs the -courage to make  bur public officials smart a little  when  they, are remiss in their duties.  Local business needs its pages to  advertise and compete with all their  services.  It must beat the drum for progress  rth���aTrtictpat-ionr-of���better���things���to-  come;  praise the  organizations, it helps  MEETING  of   the   Sechelt  Auxiliary   to  St. Mary's Hospital for the month of  April was held on the 13th in St. Hilda's  Church Hall.       ;  President Mrs. Faye Lewis was pleas-"  ed to welcome two  new members, Mrs.  Eileen Hochuk and Mrs. Borothr-���iM4ee  The  members were  greatly  sorrowed  head nurse, for extended care, Mr. J. O.  Donlon. The funeral was announced to  be at the Holy Family Church in Sechelt  Friday,  14th  10  a.m.      ��  Two  valued  chairmen  have  resigned  their jobs  due to  ill health.  Mrs. Marg  given out' to members at the meeting.  Mrs. Rosa Swan was the chairman for  this   project   of   an   informative   booklet.  Anyone who feels they could donate  a few hours a month of their time and  would like to know if they would qualify  -to-be-A^kinteer in-t.hp pxtpndedj^a����_unit_  of the hospital phone Mrs. Peggy Conor 885-9347 or Mrs. Faye Lewis, 885-  2060. - "     .  Insurance regulations require that all  volunteers working in the hospital must  be members of an Auxiliary.  Next meeting at St. Hilda's Church  Hall, May 11th at 2 p.m. join us; if you  feel you would like to work; in the hos-  9:00 a.m."��� 10:00 p.m.  ^ernie and Pat SKaldgdin  Hwy 101  " Phone 885-9414  cannot  attend  meetings  be  an  associate  member  Burley- for membership ^and INlrs.  M.^g*,pital   ^ lhe thrift shop or help at other  een   Hall. oui;  volunteer , chairman   and- ��� makine oroiects If interested but  *s��t^*df^ s;,.,money.maKin^ piojecis.ji.inugrestect p.y^  ie���Steele will now���be t.h'f.  membership chairman ancl Miss Chris  Ward the volunteer chairman with Mrs.  Mildred Whitaker  assisting her.  The telephone bridge, and cribbage  tournament held April 15th sounds like  it will be a success.  Mrs. Eve Moscrip reported her co-  chairman and herself have plans well  underway for'the June 'luncheon,-to be  held   on   the  22nd   of"*T"KaT month.  Sign on. scaffolding of church being  restored in Venice: "Danger: Angels  Dropping."  TTie-  proposed .menu,   quite   mouth  watering,  them   try   a   little  harder,   followed   by   ,*-���--'���'::. ���.. ... ���    ;   mi,{o. ���r,*\*ni   .e ���/,'����*���. <���  .cbWtruotiv*^  rect their faults.  all members' can work on and is fun to  1   _____ do.  Any' member wishing  to  help, will  an,, ftuttTOr���who1  irnast���b^Wo'st"^  every  week   or  go     ing May' the" 4th  at 'the 'home <<bf Mrs.  ?iiiiiiiiiiimiiiiimiiiinimiiiiimniniiiiiimiinmmii  . An   editor, is  write  a  best  seller  out of business; a kind of "Don Quixote"     Lee Redman at 2 p.m, in Selma Park  , who must, jump on his horse and., ;ride���  ,,, ���,The   Merry-go-round    bridge   closing  off in all directions at'pricq iri order to    party   was   very   enjoyable,   tlie["."games  meet his press deadline, a modern day    brought in  $202 for  the whole  season.  martyr indeed, who Is damned if he does    and damned if he doesn't.  Bankofl/lQtiasaJ  The First Canadian Bank  The donation jar at the liquor store turned  lni��$6.05;  "Mrs.^ilcQiCByslM^  man, has sent bursary applications to the  schools,   ,  '������"���" When hsked If the Auxiliary wished. l,o  .  take paiH in nponHorlng another concert  with   Harry   Mossfiold   and   bin   troupe  tho mooting wan unanlmouH ln nocking  tho opportunity to hear thorn again.  ��� -The now assistant volunteer director in  , Mrs. Faye Lewis,?", valuable Wolp"'to'' the1.  Volunteer  director,     ���'  Tho Lower Mainland regional meeting  . will..be hold at���tl)Q,LlonH���G|alo Hospital,  North 'Vancouvon, ��� May, 3rd,.."ttai'Uiig at  U a.m., for tho benefit of tho Sunnhino  CoaHt AuxlliarloB,1 RogiHlorln�� will ho  done on' the ferry aolng* over, The bun  will leave, Socholt at fl a.m. and -. return  on  lho 15  o'clock  ferry,  Lunch  will  ho  ' Nerved at h-oohI of ~p~.~~0, lho butt faro  ���$3,h(). Mrtir'Nowinaiv (if HobortH CruokJw ,.  ,ln charge of tho ahartorod butt and muni,  'fiolnf^riii*m^^wi^'*^^  ,^^ 'ii^JJBiJ^i^^l.rtHJjlHrtlti  Want fast action on a car  loan. And you probably don't  want to dip too deeply into your  -savingsreitherrSo if youfve got  your eye on a new car, turn in; at  yournearest Bank of Mbhtfear  and talk to our people. We can  tailor a low-cost car loan to fit  ^AurtJbudgefeqMickJy. ,��� .....,,,  ������'    Our life-insured loans can  help you get that new car. We  wairityoy^  worth.'""""'"' T"T   if ��*��l">sW*fti*S *.*<- ****** ******  -,!,**$*���#> ii'iw^i^.^r^^-j t>,rtk^fiy, ^yj.^Bp *i^^ fi j*ri  action  WSfflW-    'V.  ( N** MM wtl*��aii<^H I  An Invitation watt rooolved from Ponder Harbour Auxiliary to lltoli' 3Rlh An-  nlvorttary   ton   which   will  altio   bo 'tho  'niimiunriundrtlilp ion 2 p.m. WoilnoHdny,  Mnytioth, ��� ��� -     :-  - ���   ���  ���'  St,   Mary'*,   lh'mpltal   Sooluty,. annual  moot ing will bo Monday night at ll p,m,  at. lho Socholt teuton Hall, .Api'll "J'lth i\  ����oud���roi)reHoniutlon,���ol7 Auxiliary^ jnqm:_w  burn would bo appreciated,  Tho now7booklet, prepared for the  bonoflt of proHpoctlvo and how inomborH  of tho Secholt Auxiliary to St. Mary'n  Hospital to acquaint thorn with Hu ornmil.  /,atl(?n api|!,,riQiivl��o'H;1,,ln",now' ready and  arLoana  Wellh^pyouget  rollinq.  For your Dining and Dancing  "'V,l"-^"��Vi 9H t* ,rt1^��*t-  iwn��wwMMwMwwm<ww>����Mwnw>WMVw><vwMWMwiJWMvn��wwww^  WM&  ���spMait  the ever popular 'Country Western' style  7/* >*>'"  <***4*l W��^.iM*fr,tf ��,.|nW*,*.��*_  assffl  Full Course JWoaI  Saturday aiid Sunday  GiiBiese  5s00 p.m. to 8:00 p.iri.  Eyory Saturday and Sunday  CABARET 9 P,M. to 1 A.M.  IX, :.*_  .f   )  -��-�� ��r~9 <3^/  *T \���^S_\**m m ^famtms>^mM*_____l'^^  ^SUWSHIlME-COAST HIGHWAY  'im>��sm^w^m  eitwi&it  (?"*'��  inlna  oom  *��*) #^�� *>^  .��- *i>-nt   ,��HUi��ii*ii'iiiiWit 4A*<  &pf*m*  t  Miimm>i��^>9mm4t>0ti9  ,����>��  ml ��,<i!iiH��iiii,ii<i,l��� iy.  ,WWWWiMl����,..W^^^p4U.U4l,  ����r��*w��f��!  "\      I    , '  ,v'/l ?<___U&JL-ly2,   The, P<>m'jmiJ^Kffr&9  n   Wednesday, April  19. 1972  !�����__  AMD INDUSTRIAL (1972k LTD, ���  SUNSHINE COAST HIGHWAY  Box 397 Phone 886-^411  "COMPLETE AUTOMOTIVE REPAIRS  a  Mrs.   Ella  Duncan  She's the Real Thing! Mrs. Ella  Duncan was the narrator for tile  Miss Vimy Ridge contest held at the  Gibsons Legion Monday of last week.  &**'���.,*.  TOM  SHELDON,  LICENSED  MECHANIC  NOW ON DUTY FOR ALL AUTOMOTIVE  SERVICES  ���o  ��� OIL CHANGES,  ETC. ������ ENGINE REPAIRS  ���HEAVY  DUTY MECHANIC        ���  TUNE-UPS,  ETC.  GIBSONS MARINE AND INDUSTRIAL (1971) LID.  ���Cut-qJ-Lsizes, timbeT_plajiks==^_  random length   .  5nstua.ction grade,  p.m.  $13��  HOMES       3 Bedroom  1148 sq.   ft.  ���1700..  All lumber N.H.A. accepted  Complete package  iuiA  Delivered to your lot anywhere on the Sunshine Coast.  Number two and btr,  bevel  siding    .   p.m.  210 4b. roofing sq. butt���-  all  colours  $165  :".- 10.95  FRASER VALLEY MILLS  Surrey  9815 Robson St.  588-5441  PAT   QUARRY  55 years ago . . .  ANDY   DUNCAN  Gibsons Legion honors vets  e anniversary  ENTERTAINMENT from numerous mem-     in   Canada   with   the   Legionnaires   and  bers  and a Miss Vimy  Ridge beauty     Frontiersmen.  contest were the main items  on the ag- The  Miss  Vimy  Ridge  contest  otter-  enda as Branch 109 Royal Canadian Leg- ed spectators, a .view of 12 beauties show-  ���...         ,           , ..    _.   _. ,���    ,. ���. mg   oft   their   talents   to   view   for   top  ion Gibsons honored its First World War p|.jzes   and   possibly   ap   opoprtUnity   to  veterans at the 55th anniversary of Vimy become  a  queen  in  Gibons  Sea  Caval-  Ridge on Monday of last week.1 code.  The capture of the strategic ridge by Additional   entertainment   was   prov-  the Canadian Corps under Gen. Sir Jul- ided by Arthur Piper at the piano; pipers  ian Byng on April 9, 1917 proved a turn- To��� Rjehardson and John .Morrison; ac_-  ���    ing point for the allies in The Great War. Cprdioftisls  Emery  Scot,t  and  Fred  Hen-  .       First Wor-ld War veterans honored at derson; singers Harry Juby and Roy Har-  'the local  legion were:-Mark  Martindale, n^^-^^mp^4m^-%^V[4^-^leaBO^  Gibsons, 69, who served with the Royal  _    Canadian   Army   Service   Corps;   Harry Harry   Juby,   with   the   help   of   Art  :'V'?    Juby, Granthams Landing,  75, Hamshire PlPei' and Fl"ed Henderson, also kept the  , VV-vj    Regiment;  George  Follows,  Gibsons,  75, audience   on   the   go   with   a   sing-song.  ."X^iJ    Staffordshire Regiment; Michael Deleiko, Mrs.   Ella   Duncan   gave   a   body-to-  ���^.s'7*\'     Gibsons,  78,  l'02nd  Regiment;  Fred Ma- body ���introduction  to  the  contestants  in  '''    son,  Gibsons,  75,  Royal Canadian  Regi- the beauty contest, which was very much  ment   and   Stanley  Spiers,   Gibsons,   73, enjoyed by all in attendance���even the  t+>-Ba-t-t*14��H-ia<wa^4H^-E^4iHeei:H-an���l���c-ontes-ta-nts���ihernsol-v&s, '-   J^relen 6  ^zradnion ^3Aa  w  G  Jj/gsses^S 15 - some Vi  price  Dress Oddments ond Samples  "     $5-$10  Fortrell and Woollen Skirts  pleated and plain $9- 72.95  Ladies Spring Coats - Sizes 12 - 20   . r Reg.  Value to $72    ,   ^��������������������������������������������^^  I ���'���_��_-'_* **_**. ~   mn   ***    I  -t-  .jOlN^GLASS  uaiiauiitiiiiiMmitiiwdBmiii^TaMiJiiaMWWgiutgjm  DID YOU KNOW?  CARRIES  WRANGLER  JEANS & SUMS   "'^[bsonsT -18867994 \1~~~  _tKmmWMM_VMWmiUMMnm_Ut__%m-9i  WHOLESALE AND RETAIL ��� GLASS AND MIRRORS CUT TO SIZE  Specializing  in  -Aluminum  i  Candidates  Candidates  for  tyliss  Vimy    Ridge R  1972 at last week's Logion anniver- 8  sary in honor of local veterans ap- s  poarod to have as much fun as those S  watching    the exhibition.  Tho  Gib- ��  7sons .Legion Branch^ 109 wa-s-packod. s  as comrades honored-WorM War I 8    1779 Wynaaorfr Road, Gibsons  Windows  and  Poors  OPEN FOR RETAIL SALES SATURPAYS  NOW OPEN AT  vols.  Phone 886-7359    S  .  Special at $49  A variety of Pant Tops and Blouses.  Also some Pantsuits in Fortrel.  Variety of sizes $9   Corduroy Jeans   Spec.  7.95  Garden Pants in  small sizes  .������������-v.-.^-- ^7-..,.,^7!7,r.,,,7:l;,,.^,-,-.,' ;  ^JMieien^i  oppe  1538 Marine Drive, Gibsons Phone 886-9941  1���*****************!*******^^  YOUR  DOLLAR  BUYS  MORE  AT  YOUR  LUCKY  :dqlla  STORE  WESTFAIR ASSOCIATE - GIBSONS  TOP GRADE MEATS  trt-Ht^WW!!  ���^t^-w^aytwtifnmwiST  BLADE ROAST  1��V*4>n^tK'^ftt#^��*^^ hj. ^ ^vi^^m^^^iH^^h,^  ���T����ltH��WWWi��,+iHfrt(  W^witawY*  i/li.!1^'^^*-,,..  Bono Romoycd    \  V1  L'dwPoflrChup  Side Bacora  PRICES EFFECTIYEs APRIL 3SO-22  FOOD PRICES TO SUIT YOUR BUDGET  YOUR  DOLLAR  BUYS  MORE  AT  YOUR  LUCKY  DOLLAR  STORE"  T.V. Dinners STS.-n.^ 69c   Hawaiian Punch  48 ok, tins. ..���   39'  |i|ii9��f*^^4��(m(^"iM��ai��t��i[n��fi(  Prlnco Ruport,  Fijh & Chips ao���0,  Beans with Pork KBw  -Luncheon-Meat-f'm'  'i  i-n~ox-  69*  ,   i  4w59e  . ��        l , , ; i'i I  Dplich Ro,,"h" Greo"i' Hot Pog, HamNrgbr, m��^|��  *>W��ftiWwiW��W!i^^  CampUra, sliced , ..,'.... - .��� Il>.  Burns, Cry-o-yao Halvoa. Fully cooked ����������� Ihi  ?9c  12 ox, |'or'.���  Light Chunk Tuna  By Tho Soa;-6ox, rlnf"���..i��.it.'7...1,.��*'  Apple saucet;:.;;.     2��o,59'  liclnn: Tomoro, TQC  32 ox. bottlo  ,...���...,.. ,..,.u   g Jr  isciciyciu 3^ QXt ibotrlo ���., ,  /Jr  Marfclarte^t;!!"9^.:!;. :49c  PRODUCE SPECIALS  JRod Dolicious ��� Fancy  ^PPIES  F*^      t pW PWW| INHMp mBBmW  Peas  ��� ���,������/.  ' '-'-'���'��� "i Royal City,     ,  3^1.09   WejtOII 32  4k79���   Detergent  ox, bottlo  ���i .i . ,i  '.'. I . l'| "t "l, .l . ,4  75c  ,'/ ii,  Yancc-MYor-Powdor,  5 lb, pkg, ���.������������,.,,.  ��(in ����� i%  XS9  '^W  B  S  U,S; No, 1, 2 Ibi cqIIo  39c  <mwmw*wmmmm<fmi  m��ww**t*��t*m  ^MiSWt 1rfM��Hr 4>jg*�� )r. nw��riu, r-��^<4��Mmm>1W>M��lli^^  **�����*!    4.f..��<t�����rt **������.�� *m>'m��*H*i.*mm*anr<��9>*���i,m��mMmmm  RADISHES 0^  GREEW OIMIOIMS  mmmmppmmf  ��������*Bptf.HB),  I       I  I  Ml    .      I.  mtt**i.mnmftinpKr.i.  .lb.  m In  29c  li)��#pMWMWryt^^  \i'i\  '***��m**t**w**i)i*i*^i<*Vm*J^,*Mwim*A*mmMrm*M*^  ,*mnmm^*Mmmmmm*m**mm*mmm*vmmim*umJi*Mmmmmmmm*mHm^*mi^^  'It  +i  11��  ��!��w��*w��w��^��w��  , i 11.1'    \h,  'I  "TT   / ' '   _ I * , ,   ,  ��Wwi4tWM*WM^^��#��!HiWiWW��i^^  ���l>#��WMyW^^  mm^^f^^^mn^ N*.  from Pendej^J&xnccauE-B^  ^$mm&&A  \rnrn. iml,__,!.I .Jin fc.l  Large gathering oi ladies  here for UCW  1Sy~*Marion Charman     *he Peninsula times Page c-3  -���  Wednesday, April! 9,1972  .illllilllliilillliilniilllllllilllllllillllllllllliillfUlllix  l Ocean  Now docked at the Gibsons wharf,  it won't be too long before the Ocean  Pearl will be on its way in search  Ocean Pearl is a big one .  Pearl  of tuna, sable fish or halibut, with  skipper Blair Pearl at the helm.  Gibsons fisherman all set  -     ������    ?��� r      ��� - ���        i ���, - ~ ' T~r-.���' '   as tuna clipper ready to go  TUNA, sable and halibut fishing will be  the maih goal for the Ocean Pearl  when it sets out probably sometime later  this month with Blair Pearl of Gibsons  at the helm. The "tuna clipper",-as Blair's  father-in-law terms it, is one of six such  ~fiuge vessels now in operation, Tind pre^~~  sently   stands  to ,be  the   largest   fishing  vessel anchored at the local wharf.  Blair, son of Oliver and Stella Pearl  who live on beach property at the head  of the bay in Gibsons, left high schoo-1  10 years ago and took his father's small  trolling boat out in the gulf to try his.  luck at fishing. It's been his livelihood  since then". -������,"^*'  ' It Wasn't lorig before he bought the  Nina, which h���7 rigged for trolling and  giilnctling, and at the same time made  the fish hold into a live tank so he could  fish cod in the early spring and take  his catch to Vancouver for top prices.  During the summer he went decking  for Bud Rasmussen, an experienced long  liner who  fished  halibut  out  of  Prince'  Rupert. He sold the Nina to his young  brother Gene, who was now out of school  and then bought a well-built old boat  that had been used for seining. The  Musketeer, as it was name, proved to be  a good sea boat and consequently Blair's  1*2      '  ���jHiHTng venture  pruvgo^nimjgTl^^  cessful.  In the past |ew years he had practically rebuilt the Musketeer and installed  up-to-date, electronic equipment on it before selling it to his brother, who used  the boat this past winter for prawn fishing in Howe Sound.  The Ocean Pearl is his ?baby now-r  and it is a beauty." ��� "���    ��� ���*  . Mr. Pearl's wife, Rita, is a..partner in  the firm and before their two young sons  came into their life, their fishing ventures  were  a  family   affair.  It has been a busy 10 years for Blair  Pearl but all one has to do is jaunt down  to the Gibsons wharf and take a look  at the new vessel to be assured that it  was worth it all.  MRS. A. Boyes, president' of the United  Cliurch Women, welcomed each lady  as they arrived at the spacious United  Church hall for the annual thankoffering  luncheon on Friday. Handsome large  bouquets of bright spVing flowers, enhanced the scene. An attractive motif  for each month of the year was placed  on the tables and guests were seated according to the month of their birthday,  thus ladies from different groups and  various areas introduced themselves and  enjoyed each others company. There were .  those present from West Vancouver and  from Port Mellon, Pender Harbour and  points   in   between.  Grace was sung in unison. At the  head table were the guest speaker, Pete'r  Davies from Vancouver; Rev. J. Williamson, Mrs. N. Moore, who convened the  program; Mrs. A. Boyes, president;-Mrs.  K. Swallow, secretary and Mrs. A. Pu-  chalski,  treasurer  of UCW.  . The   variety   and   generous   quantity,  of  the  very  delicious  food was  a  credit  to  ladies, who  are famous  for  their  cul-f  inary   treats,   which   would   bring   prais6\.  from  the  mOst fastidious epicure.  Peter Davies s_erved .overseas with  the British army until 1968. He was an  administrator of an adult school for Indians and Metis in Alberta.  ���  As   guest   speaker   for  the   afternoon,  his subject was his current work  in  the  community  of  the inner-city  of  Vancouver  where  there  was  a  great" heed   for  health care. There are between 7,000 and  8,000   people   in   an   area   of   18   blocks  bounded by CPR-Keefer, Pender, Cambie'  and  Jackson  Ave.  This  district  is   characterized ~ by a certain life style. Around  6th   and   Columbia   many   residents   are  male, single, over 40; many with a problem   of   alcoholism.   In   1970   two   theological students had a service project to  give   emergency   first-aid.   They   would  -^attend people in pubs or box cars, wherever there was a need. This barely touched   the  surface  of  what  was  really   required.   For.a  while,  Indians   took  over  ���^tlae-woi-lv-t-he-n--the-East-Side-TGler-gy--As--  sociation   helped.   After   public   meetings  in January  and February that  year  the  Downtown   Community   Health     Society  was  formed,   registered  in   Victoria   and  in corporated March 10. Their credibility  was   established   May   18   when   Dr.   Al  Connolley joined the staff of six volunteer helpers at 213 East Cordova.  From  these early beginnings the clinic started  to   meet   a   real   need.   In   February   of  ���44W2���w-ith���--a--^if��<^ej3d^=dijcti3r..in   atteiE  k offering  them" or <^ven do "for them", \but rather  do "with them". Thiers why an approach  of empathy and christian compassion is  so important. On a board of 15 directors,  seven are local residents who help make  decisions for themselves. They need to  identify with and be aware of their collective strengths and have a sense of  responsibility for their actions. It is so  important to foster a feeling of dignity,  worth and responsibility in these people.  The rnaintenance man who can bring  coffee for someone; apply a bandaid;  inspire other local residents���this is good.  In Vancouver in 1970 of the 357 deaths  by accident or suicide, almost one-third  of these  occurred  in vthe  skid  row area.  There has now been started a home  visiting service. There are people who  live in one room, one man had been  32 years in the same room. The folks  appreciate a x visit from the team made  up of a professional person, nurse or  doctor, accompanied by a local volunteer  resident. With development in Gastown,  people are finding inexpensive housing,  McLean Park, Oppenheimer Lodge, New  Fountain and Stanley Hotels being mentioned.  The Dougout Day Drop-In Centre,  for which the Downtown and Eastend  Clergy Associations provide management, bookkeeping, etc. is a p'ace where  peopie ��an watch TV, have .free coffee,  attend AA meetings and hear of jobs.  Mr. Davies appealed for donations  of tools, materials, wood, nails, glue, etc.  so.  that   a   facility   might   be' furnished-  where men could go to do hobby and  manual work. Another"-re^��.s4--^vas-rnacle���  for people in rural areas to open their  homes for short periods to accommodate  persons from the city who would benefit  from  the  change.  In summary���let us try to build a  bridge from the waste land that is to*  the grassy slope of what could be.  Mrs, T. Fraser thanked Mr. Davies  for his informative and challenging talk.  Mrs. Burrit sang, unaccompanied,  Frances R. Havergal's beautiful Take My  Life, and Let It Be.  All joined in ^singing John Newton's  great hymn Amazing Grace.  Miss Colleen Johnson read from the  bible, Paul's Epistle to . the Romans,  chapter 12, giving instruction in christian  behaviour.  She spoke on giving, saying that" it  should be done with right motives. We  show our thankfulness to God by words,  actions, use of time and. talents but  most of all* by giving of ourselves. Miss  Johnson led in prayer, concluding a helpful devotional period.  , The collection will be used for missions and services.  M EVEN'S   '  RADIO & TELEVISION  dealer fpr:    7  ZENITH  "FLEETWOOD--" "  ADMIRAL - PHILIPS  * * 7 *       *  EVERYTHING FOR  HOME ENTERTAINMENT  * *       *       #  Gibsons, JX.  TIDE BOOKS.- CHARTS  NYGREN SALES  GIBSONS  Ph. 886-2280  ^MiiiiniiiisiiiiiiiH^  iiiiiiiiiMiBfliiigiiiegaaiiifliiHiiiiBiifliBieiMiiMiaBiiflHagiiiiin  emirs  ELECTRICAL  CONTRACTING  NOW SERVING  THE  GIBSONS-  SECHELT AREA  PHONE 886-7316  *c  BUILDING SUPPLIES  OPERiALOE  this Sale expires may 30th  dance,  672  people  received  help  in  one  month.  Mr.   Davies   stressed   that   especially  people should  not have .someone do  "to  Board gets nod  My Hometown Paper  THE SECHELT Teachers' Association, in  a news release issued on Friday, commended the school trustees for their proposal of a now gymnasium and automotive shop at Elphinstone Secondary  School.  Cln.    rpMsnn   fur   Hip   support   was   that.  "by Mrs. M. Dykes, Gibsons  -Dear Au.nl,lfi,...I,ean and,.Uncle B11L  Many''''thanks "t6r": your' letter and 'for"'  all your news of city life.  I'm,sure glad I, live in such a friendly  "ll't'llo"p]ace''''as,'Gibs6ns,'bifi'',''Jth6 Sunshine''  Coast;   New.   York   sounds   to   big   and  impersonal!  You wonder how we manage to feel  ^ti^home^-ilOFQ-'l^ ���:���.. : .'".:'"���������  "" Wcii,"'my "dearer ilTliripoally 'duo"to "  Our Hometown Paper. I toll you, your big  city nowspapora/:.:wl'tttv'i1.'h'0ii,r'Bnia!l,.'-prlntr';'  horror stories, hundreds of. ads, nnd ull  lho rest, can't, hold a candle to our local  paper, Tho Peninsula Times,  It comes out  ovory  Wednesday  and  tho. family Just drops  every thing,  each  taken a part, and wo Hit clown and havo  a jolly good' road. '  1 lovo tho clear pictures of our local  happenings, especially those of our Hhirrty  .'uh'kkriiQ..,��^ hy', lhoi,r'  sports uniforms, Then wo seo pictures of  ��� our senior'citizens too, gay, friendly and  happy,  Kaon district sends������'in articles about-  tholr varlouH nodal, sporting aiid roHgi-'  ouh activities, and ho wo soon ��� bocomo  ".familiar, .with whaUullior folks .,aro,,. do*.  Ing, and how other folk livo, Thin Ih ho  ' refreshing, as ono'can never bo lonely'il  one becomes interested in other people,  In a small community folk get to know  ������oneranottier.randro^  here a lot by letting us know, all the  little exciting things that happen, whether .it's a new .baby. or a golden wedding,  Oh yes, of course we get news, Uncle  Bill, And good editorials, too, We read  all about Our councils, our how bylaws,  our*Improvements,-etcr  We road letters from local pooplo ox-  "pvessing-thehvviews on" varloun Hubjeels���  and wo road articles on  all manner of  things from car driving to gardonlng, Wo  aro   warned    about   "this"   and- advised���  about "that", and bosldos all HiIh wo aro  kopl^ in   touch with  tho  oulsldo  world,  and 'world' affairs,' ''"  I" find our Homdidwii' Pa por' easy to  road, Interesting "and helpful and tho bounty of It is, It, is our own paper, Wo  lo'vo it and aro proud 'of'It. ..   '  , r   Even tho advertisements aro woll sot.,,  out, and thoro Is no oxour.b "for bblng iiii '  tho dark about anything,  I'll post you a copy" and you'" can "hoo  for yourself, ,  , ti Happy days,, in ���Now, York,, bull, corno   "and soo un* noon (in tho Sunshlno' Coast,  Your* loving nlooo, MATH-DA JANE  unless more gym space is available  classes of G5 will be the only alternative,  or cutting a, complete grade, (say Grade,..")),  from physical education for one year,  The other reason was that the automo-  ^'Ve"Shop~w;ltl,:prqy.W^  tq non-academic 'students, particularly  in times of high unemployment; and at  the same time provide a meaningful elective to academic students.  Good turnout for  ACRYI  SPRED  HOUSE PAINT  GAL  I taM**^ (Wr. p��*M*Mtd'l  .,?]  *<��$9y*f*f+.,  PENINSULA  ORNAMENTAL  WORKS LTD.  IRON  H-��<M)M<*M'^*tt(^^  .aMefcjroupdance  SPRING was sprung at, the dance at  Roberts Crook, April 8, sponsored by  "lho���tltbBon!.���;Athlet;tc-~A7iRociatlO'iT-���wll1r'  decorations as springy as could bo, Tho  music was terrific, tho food well devoured and a real good timo was had  'by "all,  :''":"'" ..������������>��� ���,   .,������ ���- ������,��������� ��� ���   Tho Association would llko tq thank  all' those who. ho genqrqusjly, gave,J.holr,.  tlmo'und' efforts ln,.maklh"g!ithiHidwhco1*tlio.E  groat, tfuecoHH It was and a special thank  you to Mrs,"Carol Kurup/., who Is always  a groat organiser of fun,  It Is functions' such as this'dance that,'  hdlp lho Athletic' Association sponsor lho  local sports; and lho group would llko to  .thank tho .,public.-, for   lis ..support...-last-.  Saturday n'ghl, and hope it will continue  to receive 11, ln tho future,  RED SATIN  Specialists in Wrought Iron Railings  fire Screens  H^r|V��t|)HfM����% (*y��#�� Hk*l  ���ft  PATIOS  "-ft INTERIOR "STAIRS'  mfte��  W*ff*#f  ^OTCW'qr^'^��� ���  ^EXTERIOR STAIRS  "h��  ��Froo*��Esflniatq*��With*Na*��Obllgatlan*  mmm>>f*>��*wm*  attm&h*  886-7220  ,   086-7029  GIBSONS  ���*i,7m\. 7.77'""<">' i���ti���.i' .,,..,  886-7056  GIBSONS  , n, * i I * /*|  f itW^sf* t*Pw.%i trt-ltrf-j'iiJ  15 Confirmed at  # ���  St. BartMqlew's   .  l'*lliTEWN...you���� pooplo from SI, Hilda's  Anglican  Church.  Sooholt;   SI.   liar-  tholomow'f., dihsoiifl and St, Aldan's Roh-  "^crtstCrcckrtoolctspnrt*lirconfirrnntlon"c\'i���'  .<,rclHeH..��Jield^lnl..C"lb��onn7rhurmlay ovon-.,  InKofiaHt wook,     '    ' '������������;   ,    ,Tho Right Rov, T, David Somorvlllo,  Ulnhop of tho PIcHioso of Now Woslmliv  wtor, gave the Hocmon and losHonn woro  road by Rov,' David Rrown of C'lbHoim ���  and Rev, Dennis Popplo of SeohoH,  <   T h o n o   confIrmn'd   from SirIllldn'fl'*  woroi William Huoll Huff, OliUJila Union  ���rintrrt mt" Kiinir'An rrfiuM kiiir, -lrroi it-  ���iSi, Altlan'H mid Hl.JliirlluilunH^y'ji, lhof,n  lUklllH   plli'l'lll   liHYlllg (III  ill'  lllillllll Cl-I'(!"  ... iuoiili^M���\vo.i'uJj,rcdta'lck.JNichuIupuAUuull,���  Miohat.1  Kolly. Mack lam, Nnnuun  AIhih  *iMMrHMmiir<kirnllnn-l5akH*r*l*hylllii,*��l(inn'  llyllon, Cynthia Nocoon' Joiioh, LouIhu  Alice Makay, Julia, Kinlly PaHsmorq and  JoaiuioUQ* Ru|h Swanson,1 -���    > *��� ���   .   ��� ���  LATEX WALL  ^PAWr  Pries in 30 minutes  GAL  '  SPECIAL  Glidden Fine Quality  444 Inferior .latex  $W��.{  > *  W,^ft* ...iWWtA'rf^*.!^.  ��� ')  i',w  ���1  1 M  * '!  \lfll  White  Gallon  SPECIAL  Glidden Fine Quality  444 AIM Jem! UIqm |  \nt>ntm>* Wl��(!'N*a��|5����*'' ftfutrnffymfW^f^  must. wrnw^S ��S#��Wis**. j  White   ' |.  Gallon     ,_\  WMMiffl^^  zS;;  Nofk'o In a private nursing homoi  ".'Tho wultlng porlod for ahorllons In  now H'mui.tiuf,'**',,     m   ��  GIBSONS  886-2291  ,     SECHEILT  886-2288 -9  wu., W.w.w,��� ijji.,i,���,Mi.wj,iiu.,..H��i 1 ,mi.^Mm. WwWW.MWW^t  M{4rm$mmM*mw!mw&m)iiimim>mw**#t*m  KWH��^W��^����^MHW��  mm��\m  vym.  _>  I '|H*.*4nt, Ci   ln��t<*tlf��4<t<  t��-l|��|--lHW'i��*-��l <��A '  w ��f.i*ji��*rtt����<5������i>iw,��i��tiwt#*i-��m+t****��-*i'*'"i>i*'t'  Uml.  tiimmnmrn  rt��t*"W��mnn��[iw-rt����i. .,.  . iHt1��"*��flif,1Wll��*t'*��*'WWK��*  ������itm((.wwi'tMiwK*4��(  ^^��.��^^*��<^Jif*��rt( ��.!��-/,),( ,*"ffW��lhl(M.(t  ���'If��rtt (*����� t**)��**#wi|*mt."��*. hit<wn.k<i��Mitiit^wort"**���"  "��*w|iif*��fWt'l��M�����*f  ��^<^*iH��**th#H*^^*^.">iM^w^t����tt*^^^^ S^s^.--. ���  XLvX-XyX'...-..-.-.-.���������������.���������. -.v.1.������������������.���'������������.���������������.������������������������������������'��������������������������� .���',,,,.','.',v,,.-.,,',,,vri'i'iViY.,i'i'i'i'iV,','i v.ViViV.Vi'  Page C-4 The Peninsula Times  Wednesday, April  19,  1972  .    ''" \  Around Gibsons  .. \      ., : -T-.   ���by Marion Charman, 886-9862  \  Mil,    AND    Mrs.    l'Y;mk    lOaiH.lit'r.y    and  family   wlii'ii   tli.-y   \isrifil   Mi'.   Duiifili-  ci'lv's   ri'lutivt's   ;ii ���'KilinciiiliHi   and   Wain-  V. |.'. j-; | ,.|^.. A 1.1.U,.. iuul Ul!_ .'J.t I!! ���!'wJ.S.���.. J..)J.  vai-alinii ntaiu-tl hy lln' l'^1'1 1,i:jl  da..f..l.l.'i' W.i:. ImIU'ii oil - llif nuie  -;nll    lit.-   j'.irl    had    In  bo;..   A\s   a   ri  a   skin   Ki'-d'l.  Mrs.   K.   V  visiting    her-  George   and  ^77^^177^.7 -��  ������%*$ y f&->^  These kids are quintuplets  Mr. and - Mrs. Bruce Cramer of quintuplets. Elsie was purchased  Brushwood Farms were slightly sur- from John Gregg of Roberts Creek,  prised when their registered Alpine The kids were sired by George Char-  goat "Elsie" presented them with man's registered Toggenburg buck.  WIW)HMMMMMMMMMMMMMMW)MMHWMM>MMI<UMM^^  (By Jack Mills)  WMMIIWaiWMWWlllHIMIIWIWWVMIIVWIIWWyiHWWIllllWllWVMI^^  THE  DISTRESS  signal   has   been  activated and the end of an era has. been  reached      in    Qibsons.   Last      Thursday  "fitght'ij billgu a I  lligHb^gTOrr-wras-the-^tn--  Mennis courts and a mention of Coast  Paving being in the area shortly. Quote  Mr. Johnston, "We are going to ask  Coast News to give us a price on pav-  "''ingr"'T7uch',' that  OTrersiuailsr  ale insofar  as  the  Sunshine  Coast  Kiw- And    boat   launching     fans   will   be  anis Club is concerned. After 15 years of     happy to know that the Chamber is push-  calling T) Clickety��� Clicks, members afF  reed there just wasn't enough participation in the Thursday night affairs. While  there were about 116 there last week,  apparently less -numbers had been showing up at previous sessions. However,  the local Kiwanis wjll still hold their  $1,000   smashes  lour   times   a   year,   and  TFgin"eaar"-^  to have the new facility ready and rarin'  to go by May 7.  Elsewhere you will see a picture of a  fire ��we took, (the picture, not the fire)  a couple of Sundays ago. It's remarkable  though the number of people that drop-  ...��� -~    ._ ��...   -   _���,   ......     ped into  the office  to tell us  about the  of course have other projects in the mill.     blaze.   (Yes,  we're  here  on  Sundays).   It   .A-wrl���remember���ttrore   T.   youngsters"   was merely one of those conliulled burns-  who took part in the starve-in at Bartholomew's Church not too long ago? Oh,  you don't. Well, anyhow, we're told these  dieters encountered a little difficulty in  their endeavour. Seems Don Horseman  showed up munching on his chocolate  chip cookies and really caused a panic*  And   village   clerk   Dave   Johnston   sure  n.Mnii.. lias returned aft^r  st m-.ii'i-law and daughter,  Eloise '.Kissel t and baby at  Churchill Falls, Labrador. Mrs. Delong  travelled by plane, 13 hours from Vancouver. During the three weeks of  stay the temperatures ranged  degrees to 30 degrees below with ,snow  lo .20 to 30 above with bright sunshine.  In a somewhat isolated' situation not  serviced'by roads bid where all transportation isvby plane, Mrs. Delong found  the people very neighborly and friendly  and coiuerned fur each other.- She enjoyed a happy, visit there.  Fred and l'earl Fecney ol' Prince  George vi? ited Hill and Shirley I'Veney at  Kamloops in lhe Faster holidays. Hoth  couples  are   I'ti'rnior  local   residents.  Fred and Marylielle Holland spent 10  clays at" Sparwood with their son-inlaw  and daughter Gill and Calhy Yocklowitz  and children. Theyv also visited __l-clh-  bridge,   Alta.  Six people from Gibsons Pentecostal  Church attended the 1972 Christ's Ambassadors convention at Calvary Temple. Kamloops, April 7 lo 9, when Rev.  Robert Johnson, pastor of Trinity Pentecostal Church, La Salle. Quebec, was the  speaker. There was a large attendance  at the inspiring meetings. Infoi mative  films were shown and lively gospel music  and .songs   enjoyed.  Mrs. George Hill was in Vancouver  recently when a party was held in honor  of the 96th birthday of her mother, Mrs.  Donnan. There were 37 people present  to bring good wishes.  Mrs.  W.  Delong  from  Vancouver was  at   the   R.   V.   Delong   home   for   severa  weeks.  Mrs. Roy Taylor, who was in hospital  in the city for two weeks, stayed with  two of her sisters in Vancouver for 10  days and is now at home.  Mr. and Mrs. Norman Hough from  Vernon visited their son-in-law and  daughter,   Ken  and. Doreen   Stewart.  After spending the winter in Gibsons,  with Mr. and Mrs. Hector LePage, the  latter's   parents,   Mr.   and   Mrs.   Everett  Thompson have returned to Quesnel.   Jim   and   Stephanie   Chapter   and  Christopher from' Lone Butte were here  "Tor   JTTew' TIays~'T6' 'visir~MT.   aiTd  Harry Chaster at Gower .Point.  The April luncheon meeting of the  Pentecostal Women's Missionary Council  was held' at the home of Mrs. Karl  Schroers.  Reg and Lynne Spiess from Vancouver  were recent guests of Clarence and Eileen  Sicotte. . ' ���*  set by the Roberts Creek fire depart-  'ment. But thanks anyhow folks, filling  us in on news stories such as that is certainly   appreciated.  Men'S breakfast group met at the  home of Mr. and Mrs. W. Alan Nicholson  at 8 a.m. Saturday, April 15.  YOUR CREDIT CARD  Consumers' Association of Canada  recommend,. c r e d i t card insurance lo  knows how to hurt n fluu.. Seema-U.ho���cover���loss. 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' ���     *   i     '  ution wants  A CLAIM in the amount of $249 against  the   village  of   Gibsons   by   a   Sargent '  1'o-id    resident    was    unofficially    turned  down by council members at. last week's  regblar meeting.  The claim, submitted by Vancouver-  lawyers on be.hall ol J. S. Mezler, asked  this amount in' damages sustained at 1526  Sargent. Road as a result of a downpour  last October. Amounts included labor,  emergency repairs, to a retaining wall  and support for oil tanks, grading and  levelling   and   fill. \  Insurers'for the village earlier rejected the claim, stating the damage was  through no fault of the municipality.*  Cauncil members agreed to table' the  matter until further particulars are  known, an will advise their' insurance  company that the village does not feel it  is liable.  .    In other council business:  ���a claim from John Shewan for 75  feet of line lost when, part of the government wharf gave in March 11 and Mr.  Shewan's boat was tied to it was met  with the decision that employees of the  federal government would be raising lhe  submerged portion and, "if there are  lines attached they would be. made available to them."  ���after much discussion council agreed to accept a tender in the amount  of $480 to cover the cost of painting the  outside of the* fire hall. Alderman Jerry  Dixon questioned the amount nf ihe only.  ied the status of the grant requested by  the Gibsons Sea Cavalcade. The., clerk  said the group would probably be informed of council's decision around the  first week in May.  ���Village store proprietor Douglas  Smith brought a rough sketch, of his  proposed s renovations on his buildings  on Marine-Drive.. Council will submit the  drawings to the planners.  ���Mr. Smith also referred to the dog  situation in the village and stated that  he counted seven dogs running around  at one time. The-clerk said at-appears the  village has a dog catcher and at the present time they are negotiating with Sechelt to come up with suitable facilities  for. impoundment.  ���Alderman Jerry Dixon reported he  had two complaints from residents of  Seaview Road regarding the "deplorable  condition" of one of the houses there.  Council will write the owner asking that  the property be put in presentable order  or, as suggested by Aid. Ted Hume, "offer, a suggestion that*the fire department  ' burn  it down." _   ���  ���Acting Mayor Charles Mandelkau  suggested it was "time for council to  consider further development of the village water supply as a whole. He said  there was plenty of water right now and  there was no problem, but consideration  should be given to :the costs of drilling  r new ",p11 ��� : : '  tender and suggested perhaps volunteer  members of the fire department could  handle the job, but he has met with opposition by village clerk David Johnston, who felt the tender should be accepted once the invitation for bfds was made  public.  ���Alderman   Winston   Robinson   quer-  ���The acting mayor also referred to  priorities on road work and listed, in  order, the following urgencies: Gower  Point Road from school intersection to  Winn Road; Franklin Road, and the pos- ,  sibility of blacktopping Park Road from  Highway 101 to the north edge of Brothers  Park.  A  LETTER  and   a  three-man  delegation  irom the Gibsons Athletic Association to last week's council meeting all  supported the group's proposal to reactivate a tennis 'duo and ihe couns at  Dougal Park in Gibsons.  The letter from the association pointed  out that the whole proposal hinges upon  vi-ilage council's approval of the immediate, requested repairs lo the present rather ' dilapidated courts, ine amleuc  group wants council to resurface the  ���courts, as well as purchase two tennis  nets and assist in the installation of a  chain' link fence with gates and locks,  ln addition, it Was requested the tehnis  ���courts be leased to the Association sponsored* tennis club on a yearly basis.   -��  In turn, Gibsons Athletic Association would ensure the good general maintenance and upkeep of the courts such as  storage of nets, mending the fences and  nets \j_hen necessary, providing adequate  benches, painting of the new court line��  and repainting whenever necessary, as  well as ensuring the general cleanliness  of the area af^aTF times. .  :  The sports group has offered to supply steel supporting posts for the fence  and 'provide additional practise backboards as well as the paint for the lines  and backboards. They will also supply  lighting.  Policies proposed by the tennis club  include offering tuition to adults ancl  youngsters; offering visiting rights . for  a small fee to ensure participation by-  summer residents and tourists visiting the  area; scheduling" the' player hours; initiating a ladies' day program and actually  exercising full control over playing activities.  Acting Mayor " Charles Mandelkau  pointed out that he had already explained to some members of the association  that in no way council could see fit at  the present time to get involved with new  courts.  "We   must   put   these   into   first   class  shape first,!' he added, "if the tennis club...  showed  a  positive attitude towards  this,  I feel council would give its support."  Alderman   Winston     Robinson     cofn-  ���tnented, "When I read the letter I wasn't  particularly happy with the manner in  which they' presented their facts. TheV  more or less gave a-n ultimatum���this  is just my personal opinion."  Des Plourde, speaking on behalf of  the Athletic Association, explained to  council members that numerous adults  ancl (mostly) youngsters want to play  tennis, "but they've never had the opportunity because of the shape of the cburts."  ���'It's  a   disgrace  to. Gibsons,"   he   added.  Douglas Cryderman and Daniel McKay also appeared at the meeting, giving further support to the Athletic Association's   proposals.  Acting Mayor *Ma.ndelkau concluded  with, "Dougal Park being ouV main park  ���our original park���we should do all we  can to bring it up to suitable standards."  Council meanwhile will endeavour to  get prices on resurfacing the playing  area, as well as costs of the nets, and  hope to have an answer by next week's  regular  meeting.  Fishing around.  ���by Don RadclitTe  DROPPED, in to Cliff's Boats this week  to look oyer some fishing gear of  which he has quite an impressive display, and Cliff told me that someone  had caught a 60' lb spring in Sechelt  Inlet. So fa,r I haven't been able to get  any details on this and would appreciate  a call from the fisherman involved or  anyone elsevwho knows- the details of- this  great  catch.  Fishing inside Secret Cove last week,  I  picked  up   a   15   lb  and  had   quite   a  few hits with none holding, just on the  change of tide. Two nights later I took  Mike Penn and Mike Hall, sons of the  new owners of Lqrd Jim's Lodge, and  Sheila Sampson over to Buccaneer Bay  to . try our luck. There were a lot of  herring around, the first we've seen this  year, so the signs looked good. We drifted past the log boom and I hooked one  that ran around the boat, sounded three  or four times and finally came to the  net, weight 18 lb. Sheila hooked one on  our next pass, played him fine, but lost  him, just beside the boat. We also had  quite a few real strong hits. Sheila has  now become a real fishing bug, and for  the  rest  of  the  tr-ip  sne sat  out  in   Lhe  Tennis  Courts  ... in dire need of a bottom-lifting  Gibsons Post Office  successful bid named  RAYMOND  Enterprises Ltd.,  of Abbots-  ford B.C. has been awarded the contract   for   construction   of   an   addtion  to  the  Gibsons  Post  Office.  The  project is  part of the.federal Special Employment  ���Plan   and   is   for  the  amount  of   $51,760.  The   successful    firm  submitted    the  lower   of   two   bids.   Other   tender   was  $58,994.  Under the contract, a one-storey,  wood-frame addition will be built, measuring 55 by 22 feet. The exterior finish  will be cedar siding and will match the  existing structure. To be built on a ten  inch concrete foundation the addition  will be heated by oil. Interior renovations  in, the existing building consist of the  removal of partitions and ,the installation  of  new  ones.  Designed to increase employment opportunities in the area, the project will  provide  about  4U  man-montns  of  wdrk.*  Plans and specifications were prepar-,  ed by Lawrence A. Redpatch Architect,  of Vancouver, under the direction of the  federal Department of Public W^prks.  Project manager is K. R. Gelhede of the  department's Vancouver office  . =  Sechelt Lanes  ���by  Eve  Moscrip  COMMERCIALS again  hold" high  scores  this week with 801  by Vic Marteddu  following with 791  to Virginia Reynolds.  Otliei scutes includes��� ���   CHESS  TERPRISES  SALE TIME  1971   Volkswagen     .  Electronic fuel injection with Porsche type  equipment. Radio. Console. Tach, 12,000  miles.  $110.00 Down  $110.00  Per Month ,,..  $2995  1970  Chevrolet Caprice  2 dr. H.T. 350 V8. Automatic. P.S. & P.B.  Vinyl top. Radio. 17,000 miles. Factory  warranty. .  $120.00  Down (DAE  $120.00  Per Month         9^73  1971   Toyota  Crown  7Station Wagon, 3 speed Automatic Transmission. Power brakes. Radio, Roof rack.  16,000 miles.  $125.00 Down  $125.00  Per Month  ...  $3595  7977  D at sun  1200  trans.  Custom  2  dr.  Deluxe.   4 speed std  radio.  $72.00 Down  $72.00 Per Month    0-  ���'I'.  $1795  1971  Pat sun Sport  Coupe  4   Speed   Std.   Trans.   Radio.    Fast   back.  13,000 miles ,     ,��� _  $77.00 Down  $77.00 Per Month  $1895  1971  Plymouth Cricket  4 door sedan. 7,000 miles. 4 speed transmission, thicker seats.  $79.00  Down  $79.00 Per Month  ____:  $1995  a word ..but shivering a lot.,.,  . I'm quite sure that with some good  promotional programme we could have a  lot, of fishermen up 'Here in the winter  months becadse although there aren't as  man.' fish around as in the summer, they  generally run a lot bigger in size and are  real tough to land.  Everyone   says   "But   this   place"   the  Pehinsula_ I mean,  "is strictly seasonal".  So   is   Miami,   and   the* fishing   here   is  away ahead of anything they have,  and  I'm  sure   that   there   are   a   lot   of   real  ardent   fishermen   who   would   lpve   to  :catch our winter springs, Maybe our local  "Chamber of Commerce can give this some  .thought. We have lots of good places to  ��� stay which would be only tog happy to  ' have   guests   all   year.   We    have   good  i charter  .   Mixed"  IU   pins:   Bill   Ellis   313,   Bobr  Cunningham   305,   Andy   Henderson- 298,  Lola Caldwell 286, Lil McCourt 289.  Sechelt Commercials: Reg Thomas  333, Virginia Reynolds 791, Vic Marteddu,  Orv Moscrip 308, Scott Henderson 321,'  Chuck Ayres 291, Al Strachan  311.  B&C: %uee Redman 706, George  Fawkes;,,^();A .Tirn Prizzell . 6.11, . Roger  Hockneli.w)j(Ml|i!-.-'' ���������..*.    ,��� .   ���-_������ -.���*���  Junior- play-offs: Winning team -Alley-  cats   (capt.  Wayne   Phillips,   2nd. place);  Bearcats  (capt, Terry Rodway).  Senior Play-offs:1 Winning team Robbers (capt. Andy Henderson 2nd place);  Dale's Dumb Dumbs (capt. Dale Benner).  7577  Chev.  */2  Ton Pickup  Deluxe model. V8. Automatic. 7000 miles.  20 factory options.  $135.00 -Down-  ��135J0Q-Per Month..._...._.  $3795  1969 Chev.  Brookwood  St.   Wagon.   V8.   Automatic.   Radio.   Dual  action tail gate.  $83.00 Down  $83.00 Per Month ___  $2295  :'-*''7;i:'i.jR's'^'*"v>'��� ",*"1"'1 -v-- ..-.������.v.->.--��'--..,-��r,-iN .,-. ���  ���. ��� -*  1968 Acadian Deluxe  4 dr. Sedan. 6 cyl. engine. Automatic transmission. Radio. New tires, 42,000 miles.  $77.00 Down  $77.00. Per Month    boats   with   good   skippers   who  ��� know the best spots summer and winter.  - We have fish. We have one of the most  scenic  locations iri 'B.C,', if not in Can-1  ada,   and   wouldn't   it   be   nice   to   have  r��?^goj?d^  ' yetu'' instead of only four months;  A Thought: Fishing requires patience.  Not, the patience,to .wait. untiLyou hook  one. The patience comes .\flor the hit.  Take 'your timo playing the - fish, give  him u chance, aftor all it's his  Inst one.  uwJrlal|iti,a(kTCoutts4.��fards^and^rwrappings.  Fine English china cups and saucers.  Boutique  items,  local artists  paintings,  iwwMWHintinf)��wwM��n��tw>nnnnnfvvin(HVMMMMMWVHWHM��ni  M    M  W. i-J-j T -���j^f^b^i&(i?Si��^^^yj'i.i'��.J��Ji=^J^^*^^!s-��'?a��''T ^F-i*i*!^niW^fS^i"J��i[#WKfiiVlWf���fc-^WV|iv*i*'..'-T ���*(**.��.  Shown aro tho Doi.glas Flyers soccer  team (sponsor Douglas Variety),  Back row (left to right); coach BUI  Douglas,   Arthur 'Pollotier,   Howie  The  Douglas 'Flyers  Fit/.simmons, Bruce Forbes, Jamie  Gill, Jimmy Douglas ancl Grant^Glll.  Front row; Steven Spain, Cliff Bob,  David Douglas,  Noll   Fraser   ancl  umeon members speaK  at "district chiircneis  Alan Spock. Missing from tho picture are Stephen Hart ancl Gregory  Harris.  MEMBEUS of tho  Gideon Society  from  Vancouver   will   address    v a r 1 o u a  .duiruhos throughout the district an part  ; (if  Gideon   Sunday. wlilcli   takes   place  '���'May 7."   "'' '���'���      ""������ " '���'""    "  ifllfjht or nlno members, of tho Soolcfty,  . who are well-known for tholr cUKtrlbutlon  .,' of bibles,", throughout the, world, aro ',qx-  pofilccl to attend regular church' hoi'vIcoh  hero ancl explain tho story of Tho Old-  cons.  ������.'7, .,..���!.i.-r-!���; -^T-*-���"-n ~-��'������ ���',- ���.���'���  Eoj, Quick Results Una Tlmoa Adbrlojfa  ARE YOU  UNEMPLOYED?  Visit IBPS Port Mellon  ��t   Local 297 office  Wed. 6 p.m.   to 7;30 p.m.  wo may bo able to help you, You can  also register for Jobs.  $1895  1962 Mercury C700  Tandem cab and chassis X Sfrcll oil tanker,  $1600  1963 Rambler  Station  Wagon,   Needs': rings ��� ainld  .yalvos,  $100  ���WWWIWIMIWWIIMMIWWIMIMUIWMIM^^  IDANCMG;  aoctfiet  -   ���  "ft-  t  '  1  -I-*-���-��-  _:  ��&\JSX~  Tho Colts soccer tenniiiiiny he mode  up: of  -r- tho Caltr Sc^ccoY Team" ,7  on, Uoycl Mulllgmv Billy' Williams,   .McKlnmin and Patrick Bralthwalto,  ttovcr'holcH  T,ow (Ml  youngei; follows, hut thpy nro Danny Mysllcki nnd Gruel Schnoldoi;, Missing from tho. picture are Terry  l.oleHH.a dotormlnod loi, Buck,. Front; ChrlH Cottrell^Konhy.Nndu'n^ Burton, Tod- McClury and Wudp  oil1 to i'lght)}'coucjj,lien Nad-   Alau Carroll, Audruw. VViuu,. Pelw, lUukaby.-.^l,���.W.*^M-.. '     . .   ...,,,  9530 p.m. Jo 1:30 a,m.  Pizza Avaf/alb/e  Ponco to tho  THE SOUND  OF THE  HOUND  Sstsitet  APRIL 22  Join Tho run  ��*����lrt#r?PWiJf^^  w*mv<mm  ilf*  tNINdULA HllltL  1966  Volkswagen  *,it W, mt*. &*- i-fi-'ui  1971  Chev.  Hatch back. Overhead cam engine, Automatic trans. Radio, 112,000 miles,  $90.00 Down ^ICAB  $90.00 Per Month      9*3,0  1971  Chevy Nova  2 dr. sodan. 6 cyl. Automatic. Radio, ���  ,'|i1OO;o0'Down1^.,'7|,,'w���,*,���,       6��QA0  $100.00, Per Month      VAJ*!0  1971  Chevy No^a     :;": "';":vi  4 dr, sedan, 6 cyl. Automatic transmission.  Radjo, ,,,,.. .,.������..��� ,��� ,,.,��� ��� .,,,.,������.'.,.���-,���,���,...���  $110.00 Down &<_._%���___  ,$X10,QQJ>ar..Moat��-.Z.. ��iffl��t5i3..  wm*mHepmmm*mmmmmdmmimmwmmmmmmmmimm.  M.....y^...|p.^..wlw.M^M.w.rwwHM_i^,���..���WM .�����w^^  1969 Bulek Skylark  Ciutom 4 door, Hardtop, 31,000. mllo��,  Factory warranty,, Plastic seat covers since  now, 6 radial tiros, Vfl automatic, Power  Steering and iVrakci'i'Radlo, Roar window  dotoqaor,  $99,00 Down  $99.00, P��r���M��n��h  1 Wwrf****** <*****"  YKPfW   _W   Jta  IHKohvjimyllOI.  Cover Chnrflo  886-2472  WMHWHW��I����WW4HHW^  1968 GD/IC  1   Ton  Flat Peck,  6 cyl, 4 ipood, Power brakoi;,  PosJtractlon, 10'.' rubber :.,,,.7...,, '   $!��95  $77,00 Down  $77.00 Per Montli  iqtQTimmforioflazomum  4 cyl, 4 tvpoed, Radio. 9000 miles.       .,  $37.Q0'Dowir ' *  "'VCt'CISA"  $37.00 Por Month  ,,,   V * 3-0v  iMff��lpM*��iin*  .*OPEN ��VERY*DAY-,KXCEPT^SUNDAYv,.  9|00 A.M. TO GiQO  P.M,  - ��� Gibsons '      '"  Phono 886-7114  wwmmimm&th  jWrswMaSJSi^wiiBina*  H��T*#1k*t*.4*(l*Vl'  ,i i, i  mmmmm  ��W  *p*fWf^Hmmimi'*  wn.wwwmwMBBWg^wyw^MbjW* Kmt*mmm.wm.**.  H^SgKfttili*��tmnimM9mm9um  vimiB^imi^ntfmmmmmigitimMiitt&st  *tmi*m!��m��ym ^m^m^^m^m.u^muua^M.  "3"  ����W������<��,W**��������*8W#i*W  ^mm.  f;r  ,%  f  \%  (fov f*?AV7S*"r  ���A,      rf jffW*-    " i  ^^s^^^S^'^*-"  * . - *..�� *��.  l^^r~%�� < -     -     v  ebsbbh���*^ ���**. A' lis.  Kenmac Bombers Sponsor  ������Gibsons Athletic Association presid- sor oi the Kenmac Bombers. Artdy  out LaiT\ presents certificate to Felletier, who organized the pro-  Larry L>o>d ol Kenmac Parts, spon-    gram, does his part in helping.  Hot   Dog   Handlers  Over 700 hot dogs were sold or given    tlu^e  1 a d 1 c s  during  the  Gibsons    at the all-weather field on Saturday,  away   (to   the   soccer    players')   by     \thletic Association soccer day held -  And good organization . . .  Hundreds ol kids; 71  a good recipe ior local soccer day  Trophies for the most sportsmanlike  player on each team were presented  at Saturdays Gibsons Athletic Association soccer day. Shown here  with   trophies   are   Danny    Machon  True Sports  And  More True Sports.  Four, more sportsmanlike players, (Nomads)'; Neil Fraser ^Douglas  who were presented trophies at'soc- , Flyers)'.;^Robbiev,Jonas .(Chessmen)  cer day    Saturday,  Roger    Hincks    and'Kelly. .'Jones ^(KenmaciBombers):  -,'kcy.'f.'m  21  �����!rmr"n"j' '[���'  ?���. fu * w v v. w��w- (A.. ���  Parting Gesture  .Olay i/h\l\$i\ (left) and Brad Como the Caledonians   soccer team pre  are, leaving; the ,area, so as a parting sionted them with a soccer ball.  gesture-HqamVmate'Rick'Lawson'of'���':,';���'7M'''��*'   '   - - ��� ��� ��� ���     "������...  Thunder-  .     Division 5 and 6 Sports ',  7    :7  Division 5 and 0 soccor players who   Guelph  (Rpberts   Creek  ,,,rocolved..ftWords,,rpr,..tinp.,TOqist.f3portrj.,   birds). Missing at the tlmo the pic-  manlike-playor wero: Michael Port-   turo was taken was Raymond 'Bosor  7r.ldRo~(Calcdonlans).;������ScoU.7V.OT,a^  y^yL.  �����chl'aW'Kon^STOVlklngB)"����and.^*G.taA  g organ  workers and the recipe should never fail.  And it certainly didn't last Saturday' at  the Gibsons Elementary school all-weather field, as the Gibsons Athletic Association and the Sunshine Coast Juvenile  Soccer Association"heldtheir "'arinual'sbc-''"'  cer day.  While a first glance gave reason to  believe every soccer team in the, province  was taking part in the .tournament, the  actual fact was that one North Vancouver  team and the.Roberts .Creek team were.,  the only two outside teams���the rest  were all from Gibsons.     ''"  Free hot dogs . and soft drinks, - as  werr-as-trestST^^  player, but the highlight ot tne dsy-frad-  to   be   the   presentation   of   awards   and  trophies   to   the   young   sportsmen   and  tlieir coaches.  Association president Larry Labonte  made most of the presentations; which  included certificates to sponsors of the  teams.  . Those receiving presentations for  sponsoring teams were Ray Boothroyd,  Twilite Theatre and Haig Maxwejl of  Gibsons "Western Drugs (Nomads); Don  Douglas, D. G. Douglas Variety (Douglas  Flyers); Larry Boyd, Kenmac Parts (Kenmac Bombers); Frank Havies, Chess Enterprises (Chessmen); Jock Bennett, Howe  Sound 5-10-15 and Charles Mandelkau,  Gibsons Shell Gas (Caledonians); Tom  Spratt, Elphinstone Co-Op (Co-Op Cougars); Bill Edney, Ken's Lucky Dollar  (Ken's Vikings) and Keith Wright, Super-_  Valu for his store's team. Some of 'the  sponsors were not on hand to accept the  awards,' but will receive them later. ,  Terry Connor thanked the coaches and  jfr rqfercea..apd madethe presentation of ..the  '',(*.!' '"crests"to'"the". coaches7-7;V;v,77,'''\'y ";.-.. ;;���:.;  Mr, Labonte then thanked Mrs. Gloria  Fyles for designing the crests and Mrs,  Vivian Chamberlin for the-printing on  the certificates. He also expressed appreciation to the ijirls' sports coaches-  Maureen Sleep, Gail Pedneault, Virginia  Roynolds, Pat Comeau, Joyce Suveges,  T'StwB,rn���llhw,8ilte^*Su���e",wWhitln���g^wKathy',  Whiting, Ella Star, Mary Sharpe and  ���Jlm7Llng���, ���;.,���...,,.,.,,. .,..,���.,., ..���.,,, .77'7"  Tho presentation of tho trophies for  the most sportsmanlike player on each  team was made, after Mr. Labonte explained thntr In most cases the team player.1, voted for the playqr on their team   ���'������     Sportsman���   Brent Rottluff was awarded the  most sportsmanlike player trophy,  as selected by his team mates on  the Super-Valu soccer squad.  .'..��� Overall Sport        ,  ���Kelly Jones of the Kenmac Bombers  soccer squad was selected overall  ,..sportsmanHke*.player*,,in^hQ^^!h'0ift*^  Athletic Association  soccer league,  thoy felt most 'deserved tho award.  Recipients were:    Danny  (Mustangs);   Blair     Rowland    (Pinton);  ��� Chris   Cottroll    (Colts);   Roger    Hincks  - (Nomnds)v* N9il7FrRper"7i;DouR|as    Flyers);   Robbie  Jonas"' (Chessman);   Kelly  , Jonps (Kenmac .Bombers); Michael,Part- ���  rklgo (Caledonians); Raymond Bosor (Co-  ,, Op   Cougars);   Scott .VciTftcohlft   (Ken's  Vlklnfis)   and   G i\ v y   Quclplx  (Roberts  .Crook  Thunda.'blrdH).  Kelly -Jolios also received, the trophy  '."'for'  Ihomost  tiporlsmanllko  playor  in  jJJi9���l��i\B��Oj.���. ���,J�����.  ���  ���.__.  order cl^nrotlo machine; "Sorry, I quit,  Why don't yon?" ' ���  OAPO Branch 38  successful ba^e sale  K' i ���      THE' HEAOT Centre, Gllisons, was, gay  Macnon with 'srii-lnir flowers for'the Tea' and  with 'spring flowers Torjtho Tea', and  "   "   OAPO,  Bake  Sale hold   by  Brunch  30,  April 7, < ,  ���Mrs,   Eva�� MacLaren ,  welcomed  tho    ���  good turnoitt ond, declared the tea open.  The homo baking U\hlo attracted everyone, a did tho white elephant table, with  Its mnny vnrlod' UerhB^ >;      7'  The door price, a pot of golden,mums  given by John Harvey, was won by Stan  Splorsand the raffloofO'bdttlo ofsherryr'"  by MrH, Doris Drummond,  hanks all Uioro who helped ln ^y^fttpy^  which mode ll mien a successful afternoon.'           !'"  " SUNSHINE COAST CREDIT UNION  P.O, Box 3*75  Sochelt. B.C.  Wharf StrceT  Secholt, B.C.  Phono  885-9551  |-)i1Blj(.Wii.l��"H*��l��l��*W _����� *St*Wt��*��Wji)  4MSt*Wt��*��Wji |K��o��M  ���''I'  NOW  ONE YEAR TERM DEPOSITS  Cnlodonlnnn Sponsor  The Chnmps' Captain and' Coach  t nrrv t nhonto hrosonts certificate to   donlans Soccer team.,Other sponsor   Tho Co-Op Cougars, socoor team   GU MuBgnwv nnd. tho cnptnln, Rick  lock Bomiett   whose' IIowo Sound   is Gibsons Shell Sorvlco,        ' ' ,,    woro declared division champions,   Delong,  R-iO-iR storo .co-sponsored Iho Crt o-�� '       .        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Interest Applled .To.YoMr,,Account At End Of1 Each QMartor   ,  J "    (Mqrcli - Juno r September f Docembor) V" , "'',  ,",," "22'  '"���, r 'i '  ���   ���   i,  ���  HMIIWIIVIUIVI DEPOSIT $600.00  WIWPRAWABLE OP PEMANP  (Intorort Rodwcod By 1 %, Iff WitMi^wn B^foffl) lExplty Off On��> Yo��r)  Ymfttmmtmfumf/ma/mmmmrffmmtrmmmimrm/rrrmmmft  m***mwm#m*v-  I  .1  U ,   l  St#Wl^)W��lW!��^^  *����#M��WpttB��WM�� \  {'""  Page C-8  The Peninsula Times        Wednesday, April ���19,'T972  Halfmoon Bay Happenings  ���  !���: 1 * : ���'��� ���____���   7 ^ ' n ���by Mary Tinkley  Pender Auxiliary's     Sechelt News Notes  3��ih Anniversary        ^���^        ~        "^~~    ^  PiTsnus    willi   raio  yblood   can   make  1  IS  -by  Peggy Connor  ctDiialions  'of    their   own    blood   lo   the  '.'Canadian   Red   Cross   Blood. ,Transfusion*  Service,   have   it   frozen, ' and   receive   it  at  the  time  of  surgery.  LAST social evening- of the season at the  Welcome Beach Hall last Saturday  went off with a swing from-the~5tart:-  As members arrived, a song-title was  pinned on'their backs and aftei; they.had  guessed the song title, they were invited  tn sing the song. The result was spme  line- renderings of "I ldve' a Lassie",  followed by "We'll gather Lilacs", 'Clementine", "All'the Nice Girls love a Sailor  and "Bless this House"'. It was fortunate  that 7here were two such fine musicians  on .-hand as' Mi\ Ruby Hatcher andvMr.  Emery Scott who could pick up anytime  and  accompany it at a moment's  notice.  - , "There followed a ��� short play, "The  Blackberry Pie", which had received a  set-back by,,the illness of one of the leading actresses,, Mrs. .Olive .Clear. Mrs. Mc-  Crady gave an excellent performance  despite the fact that she had only four  days to learn Mrs. Clear's part. Others  in the play were Mrs. Janet Allen, Mrs.  M. Tinkley ancl Mary Connor who, in a  long granny gown and white veil, kept '  the audience on tenterhooks. The rest  of the evening was taken up with games,  music, and clancing.  President     Keith     Comyn     expressed  appreciation to the ladies who had served  -s aeh���de 1 icio tre���ref i-eshm erris���and���to���al+  who had contributed to such a happy and  successful evening to wind up what had  been a most enjoyable season.  GARDEN   SALE  Mrs. Fritz Leuchte reminded members of the Garden Sale to be held at the  hall on May 13 from 2-4 p.m. She asked  gardeners in the area to bear this in*  mind when working on their gardens  and to pot any small plants which they  did  not  need.  Residents arc reminded of the Public  Hearing  _V the  Regional  District Office,  Davis Bay on Tuesday, April .45 at 7:30  p.m. when one of the matters lo be  brought���"up���hr Hie application by Mr.  Ji M. Cooper fo~7 the rezoning of Blocks^  7 and 8 D.L. 1427 (Cooper's Green) from  Commercial to Residential I. .  AUXILIARJ  At a meeting of the Ladies' Auxiliary  to lhe Welcome Beach Community Association held'on April 11th, plans were discussed for a Country F��air' to be held qn  July 15th. This will be a Jubilee Fair,  for 1972 is the 25th birthday of the Welcome ' Beach Community Association  which was founded in March 1947.  JOHNSON  Outboard  Sales & Service  OMC Parts and Accessories  885-2812  n  In view of the outstanding'success of  last year's raffle, the Auxiliary hopes  again to have a Hope Chest to raffle and  ^the   members   are   busy ��������� sewipg     some  treasures   for  it.    a  ' Jack Leyland has returned home after  his annual month's stay in Hazelton instructing the Indians of the 'Ksan Association in the crafts of jewelry design-,  ing and making. 'Ksan Indian Village is  meeting encouraging success in restoring  many of the lost Indian crafts and .is  proving a great tourist attraction.  The film "Mission Ship" which was  ~s+t��wft---ai- -the Planetarium during the-  evening devoted to the history of the  Columbia Coast Mission is available on  loan for any interested group. It has already been shown at the Extended Care  Unit and at last week's meeting of the  Power   Squadron.  The third recipient of the B.C. Centennial Fitness Medal in the Hall'mooii  Bay area is Mrs. Jack Churchill who  walked 200 miles Tn three months: Mrs.  Churchill is surprised to receive a medal  for * something which she found so enjoyable. The o t he r, recipients of the  medal   are   Mr.   and  Mrs.   Fritz   Leuchte.  Busy   hostess   for   the   past   week   has  GREAT preparations are in progress for  May 10th when Pender Harbour Auxiliary to St. Mary's Hospital will ho*ld its  35th Anniversary which .will be combined  with -the   Friendship   Tea.  "Meeting on April 121 h; president Mrs.  J. Donnelly welcomed an excellerir "attendance of members and many plans  were discussed.  The Regional Conference on May 3rd  will be al iLions Gate .Hospital, all those  interested in attending please contact  Mrs. J. Donnelly at 883-2536. A bus will  leave Sechelt at 8"a.m., returning on the  4:55 p.m. ferry.  An invitation has been sent to each  of the Auxiliaries to St. Mary's Hospital  and a hearty welcome is extended to all  residents who wish to attend the combined Anniversary and Friendship Tea.  .11 will commence at 2 p.m,, oruMay 10th  '""""the Pender Harbour Community Hall.  Many interesting stories* have been  written on how the Auxiliary was formed in 1937 and* obstacles, which it overcame. These will be on display together  with many old and interesting photographs.  The Annual Fishing Derby is scheduled for July 1 and. 2, with $100 first  prize and many other assorted prizes.  Tickets will be available at all local  marinas.   So   fishermen���keep   this   date  MR. Charlie.McDermid is in Holy Family  Hospital in Vancouver for therapy,  he is walking and is working on his  speech which is slowly ^coming back,  ~Mable is in there helping teach him,"re-  ports it is marvellousTvhat is being done  for   tlie   patients   there.  Captain and Mrs. Gordon Jones had  company for a few days with a visit by  his sister Mrs..*..!;. .Rudy from Seattle,  Washington.  in  Box 636.  Sunshine Coast  Hwy,  Sechelt,  B.C.  been MrsT Alan Greene wliose guests  have been Mrs. Pat Cookman, Marjorie  Greene and her friend Jane Cutler, all of  Vancouver, Mrs. Eva Webb and Mrs.  Mildred Beck of Gibsons and Mr. and  Mrs.   Jack   Stahiforth   of   Powell   River.  mind."  7                   The regular meeting in May will be  forfeited for the Anniversary Tea, making June 14th the date of the next regular meeting in the Legion Hall, Madeira Park at  1:30 p.m.  Hospital Society  meeting April 24  MONDAY; April 24th is the date scheduled ,for   St.   Mary's   Hcxspital  Society  Annual Meeting which will be held at 8  p.m. in  the Sechelt Legion Hall.  SHOWER  A surprise baby shower.was held at  the David and Sandy Cavalier home in  Selma Park for a very surprised Mrs.  Linda Thomas. April 13th. The baby, a  boy, was. born March 25th and his name  is Aaron Stanjey Thomas, his father Mr.  John Thomas is with Cable Vision in  Sechelt.  The ladies . happy  Aaron were: Mrs. Marg. Nygard, Mrs.  Esther Myers, Jerry Marchuk, Mrs. Judy  Sim. Mrs. Mary Flay, Mr. Eleanor Rice,  Mrs. Lorraine Sim, Mrs. Judy Eldred,  Mrs. Aileen HoHowink, Mrs. Penny  Slubbs, Mrs. Linda Como, Mrs. Dorothy  Ayres, Mrs. Carole Boise, Mrs. Marion  Darwin, Mrs. Maureen Sleep, Mrs. Annette Eldred, Mrs. Jean Kris, Jerry Nimmo, Mrs. Laurie Cavalier. Unable "to attend but sending gifts were Judy Hand-  ford Diana Coates, Val Milledge, Cindy  Huff.   .  Mrs. Eleanor Rice and Mrs. Lorraine  Sim were prize winners. Refreshment  lime included two beautifully decorated  angel food cakes topped with pansies,  the work of Mrs. Laurie Cavalier.   ��  IJ*   BRIEF  Bishop Sommerville held confirmation service at St. Bartholomew Church  in Gibsons, Sechelt; members being confirmed were Mr. William Scott Huff,  Mrs.   Cynthia  Helen  Huff.   Mrs.   Audrey  ~VMMMMMMMUMM__tnn__riM  Helen Jost, Miss Karin Ann Paetkau and  from halfmoon Bay Mrs'. Jean Elizabeth  Laird.    -   -     -  Mrs.   Elsie   Johnson   paid . a_ visit, to  Sechelt from_ Langley t<^ attend the Mer- .  ry-go-round   bridge   wind   up  party.  Sejcheli Art Gallery  offers weaving display  SECHELT Art Gallery Shop as proud to  present an unusual show from April  19 to 29. The fine weaving of Mrs. Ather-  ton and her students will be on display  and this is the first time that a show  of weaving has  been arranged.  Mrs. Atherton, a long-time member of  .-^-the���W^aversMEkrrld now renamed to the  to   honor-   young \ B.C.  Weavers and Spinners  Guild, came  to the Sechelt Peninsula three years ago  and . has   for   two .winters   had   a   night  school  class.  Not only will there be samples of  the weaving, but also a loom, and on  Thursday mornings and Saturday afternoons she will be present in the gallery  to demonstrate and answer the questions  of people interested in this ancient craft.  There will be also the usual work of  other artists and craftsmen of the Sechelt Peninsula. Do not miss this chance  to come in and  visit and browse.  T4l����������ff������������fi����������������������������i��������f����m  \     ___m__    __sm__ - ��  The Blood Transfusion Service of the  Canadian Red Cross Society was started  in British Columbia 25 years ago.  (1947)  I  I  Dependable  McCULLOCH  CHAIN SAWS  SAVE  OIM  LIFE JACKETS - AXES  AXE  HANDLES - WEDGES  GAS CANS  2 CYCLE OILS  CHAIN SAW CENTRE  Cowrie Street, Sechelt  Phone 885-9626  %������������f��������������flllltf����ftf������lt������fff��$k  CASH FOR GUNS  NYGREN SALES  GIBSONS  Any resident of the area can become  a member of the Society by paying a $2  membership fee but to have voting privileges at the annual meeting, member--  ship must be taken out '30 days before  the meeting.  Merribership Committee chairman Mrs.  .Marjorie Morgan. has sent -out reminders,  to all members stressing the importance  of attending next Monday's meeting,  where members will be asked to vote on  two proposed amendments to the Society's by-laws and where trustee vacancies  will  be filled.  PATIO GARDENS.  DINING LOUNGE  Due    to    closure    of    Highway     101     for  construction,    we   will    be    OPEN    to   the  PUBLIC   ���   Weekends   (Friday,    Saturday  and     Sunday).  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