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 Work to start immediately  May 31 completion deadline  ��   -<sV,e��  SEKJHBLT���The proposed ice arena lor  Sechelt got a green light from village  council while the Roberts, Creek site was  flagged down' by regional board.  Sechelt council Friday, gave approval  in principle to the start of construction  for the arena on a five-acre block on  district lot 1472 in the northwest section  of the village. I .  Regional board, at its Thursday night  meeting, refused permission to the Sunshine Coast  Recreational  committee  to  hold a third referendum.  -  At a special meeting of the village  council Friday, the Sechelt committee  headed by Henry Hall, recommended that  council award a contract immediately so  that construction could start because of  the deadline of May 31 in order to qualify  for 100 percent of federal funding forgiveness for labor under the winter works  program.  "With only 20 working days each  month from now until the end of May,  that leaves only 80 working days in which  to qualify for the full forgiveness," Hall  said.  After May 31 the forgiveness amounts  to only 50 per cent. "So at the rate of  $2,000 a day labor costs for 80 working  days, we'll stand to lose $1,000 for every  day work continue past the deadline.' If  we go too long past deadline, we'll have  to stop work and wait until September  to start again in order to qualify for the  funding. ,.  "We view with a critical eye waiting  until September," Hall said. He noted  that presently labor is stabler than the  materials market and he feared the scales  would be tipped so badly, the labor forgiveness . would not balance.  / Hall and his committee recommended  that the bid of Nimpkish Construction  Ltd., Vancouver, be accepted. Nimpkish's  overall bid was $268,000, about $8,000 over  the estimate.  ��� Second low bidder was Clearspan Ltd.  of Vancouver, which bid $278,000 overall. Third bidder was Ray-Bilt Ltd., Burnaby, .whose bid of $381,000 was $100,000  over the estimate.  Following council's awarding of the  Nimpkish contract, permission was given  to start immediately.  At the same meeting,  village  clerk  Neil Sutherland reported that the lands'  branch gave  approval to  enter  on the  property for the purpose of clearing and  that the department will recommend to  the lieutenant-governor in council that  a crown grant be issued to the village  for the nominal price of $10, plus documentation fee of $30 and crown grant  fee of $50 for a total of $90.  R. W., Digby, of the department of  lands, forests and water resources, told  council that the* grant will carry a restrictive covenant requiring the land to  be used for park and recreational pur-  ���_ee page A-2  2nd Class Mail  Registration No. 1142  Serving the Sunshine Coast, (Howe Sound to Jervis Inlet), including Port Mellon, Hopkins Landing, Granthams Landing, Gibsons, Roberts Creek,  Wilson Creek, -elma Park, Sechelt, Halfmoon Boy, Secret Cove, Pender Hrb., Madeira Park, Garden Boy, Irvine's Landing, Earl Cove, Egmont  LARGEST CIRCULATION OF ANY PAPER ON THE SOUTHERN SUNSHINE COAST.  Opposes third referendum  This Issue 14 Pages ���15c  Uniop -*��&��> Label  Vol. 11, No. IT  -- WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 6, 1974  SUNSHINE Coast regional    board does  not favor a third referendum" on the  controversial Roberts Creek recreation  centre project. '  All directors but one assured a representative of the Sunshine <?oast Recreation Association Jan. 31 that they were  against another vote, at least for the time  being.  Gordon Dixon, a founding member of  the association, which plans to build a  * curling and skating arena in Sechelt, told  the board that many local residents who,  otherwise, might support the project,  were holding back in case another referendum is called on the .Roberts Creek  proposal. -���  Added Dixon: "There is a group attempting to build a curling rink in Gibsons who are also encountering the same  attitude. We would ask that the regional  board directors clarify their position regarding another referendum at this time."  He felt,that a "strong, unified effort  will make winter sports available to all  and still leave tax funds available for  other high priority services such as sewers, schools and water supply."  Dixon explained that the recreation  association project was being financed by  government grants and debenture sales.  "The  village has  supplied  the  land  and has approved grants under the pro-  Sechelt school proposed .  SECTHELT school board and the department of education have approved preliminary plans for the re-construction of  Elphinstone Secondary School.  Architect's proposals call for a 600-  student junior-senior secondary school on  the existing Gibsons site and construction  of a new 300-student junior secondary in  the Sechelt area.  Peter Prescesky, school board buildings and grounds chairman, told The  Times that working drawings are now  being prepared and he is hopeful that  Elphinstone will be rebuilt in time for  September, 1075.  Although tho board's Insurance settlement for Elphinstone falls below  con-,  structlon estimates for its replacement,  Prescesky said the provincial government  is expected to pass an order-in-councll to  make available the additional funds  without a referendum.  Hbwcvej", a referendum will be required to authorize construction' of the proposed new Sechelt school.  If this is turned down, Elphinstone  will be expanded to. accommodate tho  full secondary school population of almost; 900 studehtB,  Funds for this expansion, could' also  be made available through an, ,orler-in-  councll if necessary, Prescesky said.  TENDERS  Working drawings for Elphinstone are  expected to be completed by the end of  March, 1974 and tenders will likely be  called in May.  Proposals for the ,,'new' Elphinstone  utilize the two' wings that survived the  June, 1973 blaze.  The added section will be,set back  from the highway , approximately 160  feet, allowing for construction of parking facilities , and landscaping between  the school and highway,     t      , V    v ���  Becauso of this additional setback,  the new building will overlap onto the  existing playing fields, But new sport-  fields . will be created behind the existing facilities, Prescesky said.  The gymnasium, administration bjock,  library  and  other  non-classroom  areas  ���soo page A-2  ���MwmtMiaai HMiaiaiiMiiiiiiauiHiaiaipaiiiiaaiHiMiiiaiiiH iiaiMiiiiiiiiuiiiM��M��iuiMinaiiaiain����iiaiiinnuiiui��iHi��iiilii��iin��iiUM��iia��iiiaaa i>iaa������aaiaaiiHHiaai��raaa��aaia  �� ,<_ffQSI     .'...','���   ���  OCXS  BY ANY other name.., and all that.  Hero's a little more on junk mall,..  I moan standard mall; In tho States,  postal carriers are advlHCd by tho postal  union not to frown on "Junk mall" (their  tho cost of handling the material,"  Tho newspaper fools that becauso of  the burdon, Junk mall should bo charged  a premium rate,,  "Companies  promoting  this  typo of  term,* not mine) because If there weren't���mail hnve-long resisted-mailing tees in  any of it, one of ovory three postaji Jobs  could bo eliminated,  Snld nn article In the Daytona Beach  (Fla.) Morning Journal! "With tho postal  system overburdened and sometimes  overcome In its aim for prompt delivery  of moll, it is obvious that the large  amount of unsolicited material that floods  the system could bo responsible for causing a lot of tho trouble."  Tho newspaper continues by Baying;  "One thing Is clear about Junk mall..,,  tho hind that sends uninvited sales pitches  Into homos���It's a commercial operation  and It at least should bo required to pay  the postal system fees corresponding to  lino with actual cost of delivering- tho  mall; Thoy also object to the uncomplimentary "Junk mail" phrasing.  "But It seems to havo a pretty good  foothold In tho, language, oven finding ft  place In the now Random Houso Dictionary which defines It for what it Is! 'unsolicited eommorolal mall,'   <  Jinx Gray, gallo-coach of tho Sochwlt  Chlofn soccer team, Is still not back playing tlio game although ho Is teaching at  Secholt Elementary, after ho was booted  In the face when tho Chiefs wcro playing  Burnaby Dartmon,.   ,  Jim Received the boot in  the face  by DICK  PROCTOR  when ho was diving on the centering  ball,., as Jim rolled with the ball, the  Dartmon forward came through full  swing and caught the Chiefs' goaltcnder  full In tho face. '  found that Jim's noso was broken In 1/wo  places, and ho had an extremely badly  fractured cheekbone which required surgery to stitch it back together. And it's  still uncertain if Jim has undorgono permanent damage to hla oyo,  Wo wish Jim well nnd hope for a,  speedy return to the game,  In spite of all that, the Chiefs aro  doing pretty well and they're in about  fourth place In tho seventh division, Teddy .Too Is still ono of tho, top goal scorers  In tho loaguo but at this writing It's uncertain about his standing!  Want to see soma fast action?. Drop  �����m  p��ff��  A��5  a����.aa<<.tiM.MM������a��.���������������aaiaaiua��ttaiia��aa����aiaaMiaaaiian<aia��niaiaaiaiaia��iaiaiaMaM<aa��iiaaa��aa��aaaiaaaaianw��>a>aa��at��aMtaaaaiMM.MnaMiaiaaiaaa_��,  >anM��aa��M���>ia��a_��  PRELIMINARY design for replacement of Elphinstone Secondary  School features 160 foot setback from  (Highway 101, adequate parking facilities and pleasant, landscaped  courtyard, Tenders may be called  by end of March. See floor plan on  inside page.  Moses Billy freed  On a  MOSES Billy of Sechelt' has been released from a six-month sentence after  six weeks because of illness and a legal  technicality.  Billy was released from Oakallla ��m>  rectional .centre hospital because a lawyer, Arthur De Meulcmeester, said accused was not advised of his right to  appeal until after the normal 30-day appeal period had expired. '  A Vancouver newspaper stated that  Billy, 73, was arrested by "RCMP as he  walked home pinging." He was sentenced,  said The Sun, for causing a disturbance.  Secholt RCMP officers told The Times  that tho offence occurcd on Dec, 10 nnd  the Information; filed against Billy read:  ."The accused was in a very Intoxicated  state and was yelling obscenities and  other remarks outsldo tho house of Barbara Joe," A complaint was laid against  Billy and when officers arrived to pick  him up, Billy was found lying in a ditch,  , "In a very obnoxious state, very argumentative and Inajlghtlng ..mood,'^,.,,,^  " Police said that Billy has had a long  list of court appearances involving alcohol, i  Provincial court Judge Charles MlUle-  steadt sentenced Billy to six months In  tho Lower Mainland Regional Correctional Centre (Oakalla) with a recommendation that ho bo sent to the alcoholic unit of Alouotte Lake,  "Wo did It for hla own protection/"  Judge Mittlesteadt told Tho Times, "Ho  was sent down with tho idea that ho  would bo treated at tho alcoholic > centre,  , He's not a criminal," Mittlesteadt said,  1 Mittlesteadt told Tho Times that BUly  was sontoncocl to a similar term before,  "and then ho stayed out of trouble for  about a year."  NEW school board trustee for AreaB is  Celia Fisher of Gibsons.  Minister of education Eileen Dailly  recently confirmed her appointment,  made necessary when no nominees were  forthcoming on - municipal "election-" day'  to contest the seat.  Former trustee Bill Nimmo did not  stand for re-election.  Mrs. Fisher served as a trustee 10  years ago, but had to give up her seat  due to "family committments."  She told The Times: "I would have  stood for election this year, but I was not  legally a taxpayer in Area B at the time  of the election."  Mrs. Fisher and her beachcomber husband, Bud, have two sons and three  daughters^ aged vfrom four to 19.  During her absence from the board,  she has kept in close contact with school  affairs.  "I used to attend a lot of the regular  board meetings," she said, "and then I  , became involved with the association for  children with learning disabilities."  ' Mrs. Fisher contributed a great deal  to that association by taking its concerns  to the school board through petitions .  and suggestions, ,  The new trustee' feels the school board  should strive to make better contact with  the man-in-the street. ,'  "A few years agp, the board used to  have a,lot.of public meetings and sent  out a monthly/newsletter," shp,,recalled.*  "This public .relations was very valuable*  ���fi wouldlike to see parents and tho  community feel more a part of the edu-  ��� cational system,  They  have  a role in  education and a fight."  Mrs. Fisher has definite ideas on the  irole, of a school board.   ,,���  "I feel the board of school, trustees  should play the role of a listener, both  to parents and teachers, rather than picking sides on Issues."   ,      ,  Gordon Dixon named  "*"*sech5It^  ed president of tho Sunshine Coast  Recreation Association, at Sunday's  founding meeting In the old Legion hall,  Tho group will operate Sechclt's now lco  arena,  Other officers named were Glen Phillips, vice, president; John Clayton, treasurer; Hazel Kwasney, secretary.  ... Directors elected lor two-year terms:  John Clayton, Gordon Dixon, Henry Hall,  Harold Nelson, Jack Whittakcr; ono year  terms; Brian Loowcn, Hazol Kwasney,  Teddy Joe. Other directors ore Fi Jorgensen, J, Mathlcsoh and Glen Phillips.  Members of tho Secret vlllago council will also be directors, About 100 persons turned out for tho mooting,  vincial recreation grant and federal municipal aid program," he said.  The remainder of the funds required,  will  be  contributed  by  the recreation  association, itself.  "There will be no funds raised by taxation," Dixon stressed. "The operation of  the facility will be financed by a dues  structure from the membership and ice  rentals."  The association spokesman asked the  board to clarify the possibility of another Roberts Creek referendum since:  "Some people are reluctant to invest (in  the Sechelt arena) because they feel that  another referendum is imminent."  Pender Harbour director, Jim Tyner,  said that Area A had opted out of previous referenda and, "we don't want another one." He noted that a local group  was hoping to establish a curling facility  in his area.  Rita Relf, Halfmoon Bay representative, said she, too, was opposed to another referendum at the present time.  "I received a letter from Area B ratepayers stating that they don't want a  referendum," she said.  Sechelt director, Norm Watson, opposed another referendum at present/ He  said that his council was co-operating  with the recreation association -in its  bid to provide curling and skating facilities in the village.  And he pointed out that first priority  for tax funds in Sechelt was the proposed  sewer system.  Harry Almond, Roberts Creek director, described the recreation centre proposed for his area as "uneconomical and  unfeasible."  Gibsons director Kurt Hoehne opposed a further referendum since an independently financed rink was proposed for  his village.  Board chairman and Area E director,  SECHELT--Erich   Hensch,   chairman  of  the Sunshine Coast Recreation Committee, will recommend that his committee, "cease promoting public ice recreation facilities for the Sunshine Coast."  A disappointed Hensch made his comments when told that the Sunshine Coast  Regional District board will not allow the  group to seek a referendum. ~  "As chairman of the committee, I will  convey my thoughts in a rather strong,  and; convincing manner to the cpihmit-  tee members," Hensch told The Times.  "If this is < the conclusion the commit- ,  tee comes to, I only feel sorry for people  and, origanizatlons throughout the Peninsula who have given tremendous moral  and financial support over the past six  years. People in years to come will think  back that it's just too,bad the Roberts  Creek proposal didn't go ahead in 1074.  Our proposal was best."  ,,, " Other, members of the committee, including Garry Foxall and Gordon Hall  were disappointed with the board's decision, and expressed their regrets to The  Times,  JiiiiiiMiMiiiuiiiaiiiaaii ��� ,���, laimamaiaaaar'  ! TIDES FOR THE WEEK s  February 6th to 12th  at Point Atkinson  Not to bo uwd  for navla-Hon ���-  w.  6  0545  15.3  1100 10.3  1605 14.5  3310    1,7.  So.      0035    3.7  9         0720 15.9  1335   7.0  1910 13.4  Th.  0620 15.6  1133-9,2  1705  14.3  2355    2,5  Su.      0115    5.2  10    -0730 15.7  1425    6.0  2013 12.9  Fr.  0650 15.0  1240    0.1  1005 13.9  Mo,     0200    6.9  11        0020 13.4  1510    5._  2135 12.3  Tuo,  12  0240 0,6  0050 14.0  1600 4.9  2300 12.4  ^r  74 HONDAS ARE ARRIVING   g  TRAIL BAY 1  SPORTS UNLIMITED      j  Sechelt O 005-2512 1  rn��i��mi��UMiiimiiunniimmiiiiiai��imiia��miMnaaaaa.a.'  ^  PE-3ILCO <2J_>  885-2568  '    *_  PHI LCD  ���1  ..\. *:}*���-.  MORE   ABOUT. . .  ��� Arena gets ^o ahead  ���from p_09 A-X  poses.   The   property   was' cleared   last  week. ,-,'-,  Sutherland  also read  a  letter from  Jack Radford, minister of recreation and  conservation,   informing  the  village  its  grant application for one third funding -  was approved in principle .  "Although this approval is given the'  official announcement of grants will not  be made until April 1. I sincerely hope  that you will ngftybe able to proceed with  your plans," Radford wrote.  And a third letter read by Sutherland  was from the department of municipal  affairs signed by .J.. P. Taylor, executive  director, recommending a grant of $75,000  will be turned over to the village to "aid  in the construction of the arena." The  money is from the Winter Capital Projects Fund.  Hall said that if it' appears the construction costs are rising too high7 the'  concrete floor can be disposed of saving  $50,000. However, he cautioned, if there  is no concrete floor, the arena cannot  be used during summer months because  all pipes would be exposed. He added that  if the concrete slab shouldJje deleted',  it could be added at a future date.  "The funding is one of the best-1  have heard of,":Hall told council, and  he added that with the approval of Se-  chelt's arena andVthe refusal of the re- ���  gional board to allow a Roberts Creek  referendum, "I don't feel that they'll get  their arenas in Gibsons or Pender Harbor  because the cost is too high without  forgiveness features."  He said that operating costs of the  arena are expected to be about $S1,100  annually. "And if we can't make a profit, we're not very good businessmen."  He estimated the wages of an ice-  maker would be about $1,000 month and  additional wages would be those of a  part-time clerk, much of the other aid  would come from volunteers.  Sideline benefits of the arena, Hall  said, would come during bonspiels,' "when  you'll find your gas stations can't pump  enough gas to meet the demand and there  won't be enough, motels to house the  people who.wil^yisit."  , He also saidl'"that summer residents  will buy debentures, "because then they'll  find that they have a ,winter home as  well as a summer home."  Hall said the. association will become  subcontractor an'd he expected that 70  ���per cent of the sub-trades could be done  by local firms. ;He said his firm, Whitehall Contracting-of B.C. Ltd., would bid ,  as a subtrade.  In answer to aldermanic questions,  Hall said that officers would be elected  at a open meeting (which was held Sunday in the Legion). Only Class A debenture holders would be permitted to  vote. i  Aid. Ernie Booth asked if the village  will be financially obligated and Hall replied that the association will be a tenant  of the village and "there-will be no  obligation on the part of the village.  If we operate in the red, you have the  right to cancel our lease and you-can  veto our budget.  ���  Hall said that in the event of the  association operating in a deficit position,  the village will have the centre and the  ice refrigeration equipment, which will  be purchased for about $50,000 and valued  at about $65,000.  Also attending', the meeting were  Bruce Emerson, village solicitor and Warren McKibbin, village accountant, who  explained financial and legal aspects of  the proposal.  Aid. Dennis Shuttleworth moved with  a second by Aid. Ted Osborne that the  village accept the bid of Nimpkish Con-  ��� struction Ltd. arid to instruct Emerson to  prepare a suitable contract.  The motion Ipassed unanimously. Ab-  , sent from the^eeting was Aid. Norm,  Watson who was vacationing,  NOISE POLLUTION   ; ",y ;; ,;. ���  i Complain about intolerable noise levels. For traffjc t, and construction and  demolition noise_j"lcontact your municipal  government. The Air Services Division  of'the federal Ministry of Transport handles aircraft noise complaints.  S Sentencing  set Feb, 19  SECHELT���Justin Julus of Sechelt will  appear at provincial court for sentencing Feb. 19 in connection-with a  break-in at Gibsons post office Oct. 8.  He pleaded guilty to the charge Jan.  30.  Also remanded to-Feb. 19 were four  charges against Julius of theft under $200.  He is accused of stealing personal property from students at Elphinstone Sec-'  ondary School during October, 1973.  A /juvenile from Sechelt was placed  on one year's probation for breaking  and entering Gibsons post office Oct 8.  *  THE provincial government has authorized    substantial    increases    in    the  shareable amount of money that school  districts may spend on the purchase of  school buses and on transportation assistance in areas where there4 are insuffic-  ient pupils to establish either a school  or a bus route, it was announced.  ,  ,    The government shares in all aprov-  ���ed school capital costs, which include bus  purchase, and in all approved operating  '  costs, which include transportation assistance. /  '   Mrs. Dailly said j the government has  ;   set the maximum shareable amount for    $400  mink Stole   Stolen  1 the purchase of a 16 to 24 passenger bus  w. at $7,000 and for' a bus carrying 75 or    from   pOTKea   OUtOmODUe  '���   more pupils at $26,500. There are several  ��� in-between maximums for buses capable  j* of carrying between 25 and 75 pupils. The  <"' previous top liipit was $16,300 for a bus  ii carrying more than 69 pupils. ���  /-'.-'   Dailly per pupil allowance for.trans-  "'������ portation assistance is now set at 25 cents  ;-:*plus 12 cents a mile, with a limit of $2.50  :'  per pupil per, day. It was formerly  a  /. straight 10 cents per mile to a maximum  ;.,of $1.20. Special.rates are set for trans-  \ portation assistance to physically handi-  :' capped pupils.  Page A-2 The Peninsula Times  Wednesday, February 6, 1974  MORE   ABOUT. .. v  �� Recreation Centre vote ���  ���from page AJ_  SECHELT���Suzanne Van Egmond of Sechelt has.reported stolen a mink stole  valued at approximately $400.  1 She told police the garment was taken from her automobile last week while  the vehicle was parked outside her office.  Frank West, added his voice to opposition  to a further referendum.  Lome    Wolverton,   Gambier.    Island,;-;,  made no comment. '  Only supporter of the Roberts Creek  recreation centre was Charles Gooding,  representing Selma Park, Wilson Creek  and Davis Bay.      , '  He felt that a new referendum-on the"'  Roberts Creek proposal would be passed, due to recent .amendments to the  municipal act, which, enfranchise renters  for the first time in money referendajU  The elimination of non-residents from  the polls and the straight majority now-  required  to carry .a referendum  would  likely reverse  the outcome of previous  votes, he said.   - ; - [  Thanking the board for clarifying its"  position, Dixon noted that the Sunshine  Coast   Recreation   Association   was .-incorporated   under   the   society's   act   on  Jan. 25.  g__anc_c__jaa   Vc_IlflCllbI�� C��Up��Bl   ��������������������� a _r  ? CLIP THIS COUPON AND SAVE ... ?  D  $1 off Shampoo and Set or $4 off on your next Haircoloring or  Permanent Wave.  n  CONTINENTAL COIFFURES & BOUTIQUE  Trail Bay Mall - Sechelt - Call 885-2339  _3_lg3ll��lgil��|I3IEl El D ��� _| _3  |_ E_ E3 _1  ANOTHER SUNSHINE Coast lions  Club bingo winner was Mrs. Sophie  BracfcetJt wiho wais presented with  $100 cheque by club president Gary  Foxall. Another game begins immediately, said chairman . Frode  Jorgensen. '. - .    "    \ t    -  Halfmoon Bay Happenings  A REMINDER that tonight's meeting of  the Halfmoon Bay Hospital Auxiliary  starts promptly,at 7:45 p.m. at the Rutherford  home.  Thursday's film show at the Welcome  Beach Hall at 7:30 p.m. will have Japan  for its subject. This should be an excellent show, for the films loaned by the  Japanese consulate are always of a very  high standard, with highly artistic presentations of a beautiful country. In addition, the new projector bought with a  New Horizons grant last fall,1 is giving  excellent results both as regards sound  and picture.  Carpet bowling which has /already  become a popular sport throughout the v  Sunshine Coast, with games organized at  Gibsons, Roberts Creek, Sechelt, Halfmoon Bay and Pender Harbour, Will undoubtedly receive a tremendous impetus  from the announcement that a 22-inch  trophy has been presented for the,sport  by J. H. Bushfield of Gibsons. This should  ���by Mary Tinkley  not exactly flattering to the human race.  It> contains some magnificent studies of  wild life, including. shots of baby gorillas playing and romiping just like a  group of children. She strongly recommends readers to see this film if another opportunity occurs.,  MORE ABOUT ...  �� New Elphinstone plans  ���from paga A-l  will be designed to the size requirements  of. a 900-student school. They will not  have to' be expanded if the bid for a  Sechelt school fails and Elphinstone is  enlarged.  Construction techniques will place emphasis on fire safety and soundproofing.  "The corridors and exterior walls will-  be constructed of Giant brick," Prescesky  explained. "The ceilings and roof will  be-of pre-cast concrete."  Few  classrooms  will face south   to-  SECHELT���Dolores Julius of Sechelt was  fined $50 at provincial court Jan. 30  when she admitted driving while impaired.  Oh a second charge of taking an automobile without the owner's consent,  Judge Larry Goulet granted her an absolute discharge.  Julius was fined a total of $275 in  November in connection with the same  incident, which occurred Nov. 6.-  Then, she admitted driving without  either insurance nor an operator's licence.  Under other court news, Bradley Milton of Sechelt was fined $75 for syphoning approximately seven gallons of gasoline-from a car parked at Tyee Airways.  The offense occurred' in the early  hours of January 18.  Justin Julius of Sechelt will appear  at provincial court, Burnaby, Feb. 19 for  sentencing in connection with an attempted breaking and entering.  \ Julius, 17, was apprehended by RCMP  Dec. 25 as he was running from Joe  Benner's Sechelt home, which he had  attempted to enter.  A window was smashed, court was  told, but accused did not gain entry.  Julius; admitted the charge.  Judge Goulet remanded the case to  Feb. 19 for a pre-sentence report. Accused has been released on bail.  f- >  S^-^toSy/to-s^aS^s; ��*2_ssr��?.ssfs<?.f^fefe^"___.__3S  to get together in competition.  George Bonnycastle, who celebrated  his 93rd birthday in Vancouver, is now  back at Redrooffs at the home of his  daughter, Mrs. Bill ��� Urquhart.  Spending a week's vacation with her  sister, Mrs. Bill Clarke, is Mrs. Winnifred  Coffin of Vancouver, accompanied by her  4-year old grandson, Corey Coffin. Mrs.  Co'ffin has now retired from business and  looks forward to having more time to  spend with, members of her family.  Guests of Mrs. Pat Ness have been  her daughter, BeverHey Siilvey, with  husband Larry and children Pam and  Shelley from Powell River.  Deirdre  Murphy  who  is  enjoying a  year's tour of the world before continuing  her education at UBC has,just left New  Zealand for South Africa where she will  , be the guest of an aunt at Johannesburg.  Mrs; Dorothy Greene, spending a few  days at Gibsons last week as guest of  Mrs. George Webb, took the opportunity  of seeing the wild life film "Instinct for  Survival" at the Twilight Theatre. She  reports this is a marvellous film, though  minary''plans/  This  is  expected  to    reduce  traffic '1  noise in the school and lessen distractions  for  students. / .  A large lunchroom has been incorpor- ;  a ted into the plans. And Prescesky pre- ,  dieted that this may be expanded into a  cafeteria in the future.  ' The lunchroom will overlook a plea- .  sant, treed courtyard. The buildings and \  grounds chairman feels this, will reduce  congestion by students    of    Sunnycrest  Plaza over the lunch hour.  "The teachers are all quite pleased '  with the layout," said Prescesky. "At '  present, they are working' in committees  and meeting with the architects to de-, p  cide on the most functional interior lay- '  out."  School board proposals for a referendum to authorize construction of the  Sechelt facility are presently under consideration by the provincial government,  Commenting on preliminary designs  for Elphinstone, Prescesky said: '������ think  it's a beautiful and exciting plan considering we had to stick it between two  old wings."  mminHHWBm  _e____o___e_i  Let us show you how to  defer your income tax.  ��� Do you want to pay loss Income tax lor 1973? 01 course you del Then why'not take a  tow moments to drop In nnd tails about Roglstorod Retlrmont Savings Pinna.  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Ross, Texada Island; >Verena O'Byrne,  Chris Baal and Brian Joneson, Powell  River; Ed Nicholson, Sechelt; John McNevin, Hopkins Landing; Jim.Lehman,  Squamish; John'Mitchell, Lillooet; Frank  Frigon, 100 Mile House; Karl Paulsen,  Williams Lake. /  Olaussen calledi,-for public control over  the oil industry in Canada, a goal of  Canadian self-sufficiency that will require pipeline construction and a one-  price system for oil and petroleum pro  ducts consumed in Canada. '-  " ���  Leading off the discussion with the  NDP national oil,policy, Olaussen pointed to the work of the federal NDP in  securing a temporary price freeze west  of the Ottawa Valley, line', an export tax  to prevent windfall by .the international  .oil corporations and- a commitment to  establish a national oil corporation.  He also urged compensation for the  producing provinces that would be selling below world rates. He attacked the  , government of Alberta.'  "Increased revenue gained' by Alberta will be largely turned over to the  international oil corporations," he  charged. "But Saskatchewan wishes to  make use of revenues from oil production  to promote development within that province.  "We ��� should not repeat the mistakes  of the past. Future energy development  must ensure a dominant role for the pub-  , lie sector."  Representatives  to the  meeting  also  discussed plans for the next federal elec-'  tion and accepted a series of assessments - -  on each local club to help finance the  campaign.  Sechelt lanes  LADIES Wednesday: Mary Henderson,  - 669 (260); Betty Powers, '247; Betty  Morris, 614.  ' Commercial: C. Humm, 619; Marg  Humm, 639; Ari_y Leslie, 887; Sam Mac-  Kenzie, 619; Lola Caldwell, 604. Single:  Andy Leslie, 371.  Sechelt Ball and- Chain: Esther Berry,  604; Andy Sterloff, 618; Glen. Clark, (281)  689; Eve Worthington, 621.  Saturday Super Stars: (12 to 16 years  old) Boys high singles: Sam Casey, 242;  Bruce Mackwort, 239; Brian Phillips,  220. Girls: Lee-Ann Nestman, 206; Colleen Casey, 197.  EPLHIE'S < junior  basketball  team   continued- its   winning   ways  by   taking  the Thunderbird Tournament in  Powell  River on the weekend.  In ths first game, the junior Cougars  trounced Comox by a score of 71-41.  Craig Norris was high scorer with 22  points followed by Dave Lamb, 17 points.  Cougars, playing poorly, then nipped  Port Alberni 33-32. Norris and Pat Gaines  were high scorers with eight points each.  The final game was against Lake Trail  of Campbell River and the Cougars took ,  ���it 60-46 to "win the tournament.  Lamb showed his strength in this  match. He controlled the game by playing  a strong offensive and defensive game.  Lamb' scored 24 points and brought down  25' rebounds. Dave's hard work in this  game earned him the tournament's most  valuable - player trophy.  Coach Lawrence - Stoochnoff was  pleased with the team's performance. The  Cougars now have a nine-game winning  streak. Stoochnoff stated ��� that this indicates they will do' well in the playoffs  coming soon.  This weekend, the Cougars travel to  an. exhibition tournament at Cambie  school, Richmond.-  A car salesman has developed a line'  that never fails. "This car," he says in  a confidential whisper, "is the same make  and model as the one Ralph Nader's  mother drives."  TROPHY WINNERS in the junior  high scttSol basketball tournament  held at Powell River on the weekend  include grand winner, Dave Lamb of  Elphinstone', second from the left.  Dave was selected most valuable  player in the tournament. 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JOHN BUNYAN'S VARIETY  & ENTERPRISES  Cowrleo  Street, Sechelt.   . 885-9343  ARCHITECTURAL-PLANNING  SUNSHINE DESIGN  AND DEVELOPMENTS LTD.  Architectural Buildoro  and Development Planners  '    Gibsons: Box 735 ���- 886-9679  Vancouver: 731-3448  A Complete Design, Building and  Planning Service  ART SUPPLIES  Telephone 886-2069  ROS1 ft ART ENTERPRISES  Pottery; Supplies, Claisea & Firing  Dealer for' Duncan's Ceramic Products  Pine Read & Grandvlew Avenue  P.O. Bsx 62, GibeoM, B.C.  AUTOMOTIVE SERVICE  JAMIESON AUTOMOTIVE  Parts, Sales & Service  -Rotor Latfior Service for Disc Brakes ,  and Drum Brakes  ��� - Valve and'Seat Grinding   ,        ,  All Makes .'.Serviced;: Datsun Specialists  Gibsons - Phone 885-7919  BANKS  ROYAL PANK OF CANADA  Secholt Branch ~- Phono 885-2201  Gibsons Branch *--. 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HOTELS  PENDER HARBOUR HOTEL  Madeira Park Phone 883-2377  Conventions, Dinners, Group Meetings  Weddings and Private Parties  ���Full Hotel Facilities���  MACHINE SHOPS  f-'i  ELECTRICIANS  FRED DONLEY  Pender Harbour - 003-2403  or 003-9972  TID'S BLASTING  ALL WORK FULLY INSURED  GUtamtnM - Driveway* > feptfa Tanks"''  Dumps ��� Drt��h Unee  Call for a free estimate ony time  TIP DONLEY Pender harbour 883-2734  tmmmmmmmWmwmmmmmWmWmmmmmwmJmmmmmmmmw^  BUILDERS     __  101 CONTRACTING CO. LTD,  ���    All Work Guaranteed  Phone 885-2622  Box 73, Sechelt, B.C.   ��� ������ . .��� ��������� ��� ���   WEKO CONSTRUCTION LTD.  GENERAL CONTRACTOR  Dulld to sulti Hornet, Commercial Buildings,  Vacation Homos, All klndt of Concrete Work,  Any kind of Remodelling.  rHOHI YJRN, 003-3525 ��r 8B6-M44  PHONE 885-9550  RON'S CONTRACTING  Clearing - Excavations - Road Dulldlng  Grading * Fill ��� Road Gravel -Crushed Rack  Plionc Sechelt 0059530  R&S BACKHOE  R,R.  1, Madeira ?ark, B.C.  W. Rousseau - Phone 883-2302  y   "We aim to please"  SHOAL DEVELOPMENT LTD. *"  Septic Tank ��� Ditching :  Excavating ������ Land Clearing  Road Building ��� Gravel i^FIII  .____-__. 886-2830. ~~- ~- -  s.T.k, excayatingTtd.  Grnval �� Fill �� Drlvoways  Casements - Light Clearing  ���    FREE ESTIMATES  Phone 006-2237 dny�� or eyas,  Bok  13, aibsent, B.C. '  Use these spaces to  reach nearly 12,000 people  every weekl  BLAIR ELECTRICAL  Contracting and . Engineering  Residential and Cpmmercial Wiring  Free  Estimates  Phone 886-7816  D. W. LAMONT  Electrical Contractor  R,R.  1; Madeira Park  Phone 883-2749  Pender Harbour  McCANN ELECTRIC  wiw ,  Residential - Industrial - Commercial  All work guaranteed - Free estimates  Jee McCeatn, Box 157, Madeira Perk  Phone 003-9913  JIM McKENZIE  ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR  Ph. 005-9970  Residential - Commercial - Industrial  SIM ELECTRIC LTD.  Gov't Certified Electricians  Phone   Day   or   Evenings   885-2062  FUEL'/     ��� "       ' ,     ���   '  iRNIE WIDMAN  for all your  iSSO PRODUCTS  IMPERIAL ESSO DEALER  Phone 883-2663  Madeira Park, B.C.  FLOORING - CABINETS  Cabinets - Carpets -Linoleums  HOWE SOUND DISTRIBUTORS LTD.  P.O. Box 694, Gibsons, B.C.  Blair Konnott, sales manager  . Phono 886-2765  HAIRDRESSERS  SECHELT BEAUTY SALON  Dlonne Allen, Proprietor  Expert Hair Styling  Cowrie Street Phone  Sechelt 885-2818  SPECIALTY MACHINE WORKS  ��� Hugh Baird ���  General Machine Work & Welding  Mercedes-Benz Service  Diesel Work  24 HOUR SERVICE^  Sechelt �� 885-2523 days �� 885-2108 eves.  At the Sign of the Chevron  HILL'S MACHINE SHOP  & MARINE SERVICE LTD.  Machine Shop - Arc and Acetyline Welding  Steel Fabricating - Marine Ways  Automotive and Marine Repairs  Standard Marine Station  Phone 886-7721      Res. 886-9956, 886-9326  SECHELT MACHINE SHOP  (or Standard Motors)  ' Machinery & Equipment Repairs  First Class Workmanship  Bob  Forrester ���  Phone 885-9464  MARINE SERVICES  L. CLAYTON MARINA LTD.  Marine Ways to 42'  Bottom Repairs  883-2535  Box 7,  Garden'Bay,  B.C.  PAZCO FIBERGLASSING  COMPLETE MARINE & INDUSTRIAL REPAIRS  ���- Canoes  ���. ��� Runabouts  ��� Used Boat Sales  FREE ESTIMATES- PH 886-960/4 or 886-9111  MOBILE  HOME SERVICE  Sea Coast  MOBILE HOME SERVICE  (dlv.   of   Sea   Coast   Shoot  Metal   Ltd;)  , ��  Complete, Mpintenance  , ,     ��  Do-lt-Yourself Trailer Skirting  ���'���"'24-Hr; : ������' '  ���  Pox 920, Sechelt    Service     Tel., 885-2712"  PLUMBING  &  HEATING  OIL-FIRED WARM AIR HEATING  OIL FIRED WATER HEATERS  Nothing Down - 10 Years To Pay  House Plumbing  Roy Blanche - 883-2401  G & E Plumbing & Heating Ltd.  - Plumbing: Repairs and Installations  - Blocked Drains - Hot Water Heoting  CERTIFIED PLUMBER - Ed Charlebois  Free Estimates 886-7638  Box 165tJ_ibso-S  SEASIDE PLUMBING LTD.  Gibsons  Plumbing - Pipefitting ��� Steamfitting  Hot Water Heating - Pipe Lagging  FREE ESTIMATES All work guaranteed  Phone 886-7017  Sea Coast  SHEET METAL LTD.  Heating  ��� Ventilation ��� Air Conditioning  Domestic, Commercial and  Industrial  Free Estimates ��� 24 hour service  Box 920, Secholt Tel. 885-2712  PENINSULA PLUMBING LTD.  -Sales and Service ��� 886-9533  Everything for the Do^lt-Yoursolfer'  Contract & Renovations  FREE ESTIMATES  Len Coatee 886-7685  Ray Coatee 886-9533 or 886-7872  REFRIGERATION  SERVICE  John Harrison  REFRIGERATION , & APPLIANCE SERVICE  , ���Used appliances for sole���  Pratt Road, Gibsons  886-9959  ROOFING  BILL BLACK ROOFING  & INSULATION  DUROID SHINGLES - TAR & GRAVEL  NEW ROOF or RE-ROOF  Box 281, Gibsons  886-7320  ROOFING ��� RE-ROOFING  *  Repairs -  *  Reasonable  Phone 885-9091  SEWING  MACHINES   BERNINA  Sales and Service to all  makes  RENTALS  Fabric House, Gibsons - Ph. 886-7525  SIGN PAINTING  MOVING & STORAGE  LEN WRAY'S TRANSFER  Household Moving, Packing, Storage  Packing Materials for sale  MEMBER OF ALLIED VAN, LINES  Canada's No, \ Movers  Ph. 886-2664, R.R. 1 Gibsons  NURSERY  f ��� i ���'!���-���" ���mm    n I ai    ,i      ai I   i_. ii���hiiwii 11 ��������� ��� ? il i.i �����������'���-i* i''"- ���������'" ��� a- ii ���... ������������ ���' '��� ������  Mock's Nursery - Roberts Creek  'Xal^s��ipTng~  Perry Plants - Bedding Plants - Peat Most   ,  Fully Licensed Pesticide Spraying for  Landscaping and. Trees  Sunshine Coast Hwy. - fh. 886-2684  AL'S SIGNTIFIC SIGNS  Show Cards - Banners - Truck Lettering  Boats - Plywood Signs - Windows, etc.  Mason Road, West Sechelt  Phone 885-2606  SURVEYORS  RENTALS  A. C. Rentals      ���   , .  Tools and Equipment  , 30" Diaphragm Pump Now Available  Sunshine Coast Highway and  Francis Peninsula Road  Madoira , Park  Phone 883-2585  OPTOMETRIST  Your Business Card  In this space will  reach yearly 12,000 people!  Low cost ����� Hiph power  FRANK  I. DECKER,  OPTOMETRIST  Bal Block, Gibsons - Wednesdays  886-2248  -Sechelt-Mondays - 885-9712  PAINTING & DECORATING  ,.,r.^lw-_i.w.i.ii.iii i ��� i.ni���������_���,111  ������, mil ���������...���������inn PI,  i i_i.iii_. I in-i-1 ���wi-ii���-n��.i|��._wi.-.��iHii"t  CALVIN'S PAINTING &  " " "' DEroC\TlNG���~'"r^**"  P.O. Box 94, Sechelt, B.C.  Phone 885-2107  1 i   SUNSHINE COAST PAINTERS  All typ���� of Pointing  Private A Commercial  , GUmeral Delivery  Madoira Park, B.C,  883-2678  Why Buy When You Can  RENT IT at  COAST RENTALS  Domestic & Industrial Equipment  from Rug Shampooqrs to Lighting  /....������'..'V-Plantsj'.'������'":.  R.R. 1/ Davie Bay, 885-2848  j'  ���    |'_      ^ t   u      t    ^      ^ .L..,.|.|.��� ...mi ._,, |      ..in'.' ' '  CONCRETE FORM RENTALS  FOR ALL TYPES OF BASEMENTS  EASY ERECTION AND STRIPPING  Complete Instructions Provided",  885-2612/885-2848/885-2359 eves.  r   '    -i    ���-   "I ii ��� n --|-^ri-��� t���i-n-r���-n���una. iria.MH. .,-u.p-u jnn  "RENT IT AT  SUNSHINE RENTALS LTD."  Nerth Road, Gibsons  "We Rent or Sell Almost Everything"  Typewriters . Lighting Plants -Televisions  Roto Tillers ��� Cement Mixers . Lawn Rakes  . I ,     Mechanic's Tools  PHONE 84)6.2048 ��� 24 HOUR SERVICE  RETAIL STORES  iCJA S HARDWARE  Sechelt, .B.C.  APPLIANCES-- HARDWARE  HOME FURNISHINGS  Phone 885-9713  ' ^USE-THIS-   BUSINESS DIRECTORY  '     TO REACH NEARLY  ) 2,000 PEOPLE  THE TIMES,, 885-9654  ROBERT W.ALLEN  B.C. LAND SURVEYOR  Sechelt Lumber Building  Wharf Street, Box 607  Sechelt,  B.C.  Office 885-2625      Home  885-9581  ' Roy & Wagenaar  B.C. LAND SURVEYORS  Marine Building - Porpoise Bay  P.O. Box 609, Secholt, B.C.  885-2332 or collect 681-9142  TIRES  COASTAL TIRES  Sunshine Coast Highway  Bex 13, GUbeons, B.C, - Phone 886-2700  '   SALES AND SERVICE      ,  All Brands Available  Monday to Saturday 8:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.   .  Friday evening by appointment only  TOWING  Scows - Logs  SECHELT TOWING & SALVAGE  , /. .'������''/ :     '   tm  Heavy equipment Moving & Leg Towh��D  ��� "     L.;HIGGS .'  Phone 005-941S  TREE TOPPING  PEERLESS TREE SERVICES  ��� Complete Tree Service  ��� Prompt, guaranteed, Insured work  , *, Prlcea you eon trust  Phono 885-2109  'i < ���������-.���_���,,��� ���- ,',.,.  VIEW DEVELOPMENTS LTD;-  Cloan up your vyoodod areas, Remove  lower limbs far vlow and top tall  trees   ad)acont' lo   your, buildings, ,.  Marv Vo'on 886-9597,  T.V. nnd RADIO  J & C BLECTROMICS  PHILCO-FORD SALES & SERVICE  ---wo service all brands-���  Q85-2560  noxt to Const Cable Vision   SECHELT  PARKERS HARDWARE LTD.  Sa|et and Service  Authorised Dealer and Repair Depot for   .._,.���'.QUASAR..(Mot,orola)..4.iPHILCO__,���_  Cowrie Street, Sechelt ~- Phone 803-2171  SUNSHINE COAST T.V. SALES  & SERVICE LTD.  ADMIRAL���^LECTROHOME  and ZENITH DEALERS  Gordon Oliver ~- Dork Vqn Hees  "IN THE HEART OF DOWTOWN SECHELT'  Box 799, Sechelt ��� Phone BB5'9'BI_  CLOSED ON MONDAYS  W y  \  MORE   ABOUT. . . ,   ,  �� Sunshine Coastings  ,' '   \ , '    ���ftom page A.-1  out-to. one of the games > on the reserve.   *  r. "...���. . :...* -',...* .  - -,  n,-'..'.-.  Still on . the sports scene,*' Glbsona  Rugby team starts play.soon and, how  about those junior basketball Caugars-i  without even a home, court they've got  a nine-game' winning streak going and "  they are all road games.  v  -     ���   i  *    ;���', ' ?">  Sechelt historian Helen Dawe says >  that Irvine Creek was officially approved  as a B.C. placename Nov. 7 and Tilli-  cum Bay on tNov. 19, said Alan ��� Ray-  bum, executive secretary, Canadian per-' '  manent committee on geographical names.  ���      ��   '   ��� i    ' -  According to the Rev. John Godkin,  rector of St Hilda's Church, Sechelt, the  industrial education students of Pender  Harbour High School, under the direction of Bruno Dombroski, are building  a belfry to house the,church bell originally in St. Mary's Church, Pender Harbour. '-  The parish is providing all materials and  be belfry will stand beside St. Hilda's  lurch and will be ready sometime after JEaster.  Mr. Godkin has moved from Sechelt  to Halfmoon Bay.  "As a Gibsons executive, you're invited to accept a free management portfolio of reports on major business problems," said the unsolicited piece of "junk  mail."  "Please note that your professional  qualifications are the reason for this invitation. No one outside the circle of business and industrial management���with  the exception of leading figures in government, and education���may subscribe to  Business Week."    "  No one except my 15-year old son,  sL^arTmaU^t'aVised^asV wSE FIRST BABY bom on the Sunshine   Mr. and Mrs  Kerry B. Vaughan of  I don't know if he figures as a profes- Coast in 1974 was Bndgit Jennifer   Egmont. Bndeit bowed in Jan. loft  sional person (he's a packer at Shop-Easy) Vaughan and she's doing just fine,    6:10 p.m. at St. Mary's Hospital. She  but he might be able to come in under thank you. She is the daughter of   weighed six pounds, nine ounces.  the special- education section.. . (he's in  ��� ������ ; ��� ;  grade 10 at Elphie.) f+ I       I        k B k#x*  Please, stop phoning B.C. Hydro and    tDcCflwlL   7NGW5     /NOL65  St Mary's Hospital  j ' ��� -  'oreene  coordmatmg cbunci  FIRST meeting in 1974 for the co-ordin-  --' ating council of the six auxiliaries to  St. Mary's  Hospital  was  held Jan.. 29  in the' hospital's'board room.'    '  Past president, Mrs. Charlotte Raines,  with Mrs.. Gladys Ironside and Mrs. Made-'  line Grose, were the,nominating committee for the new slate of officers. Elected  were Mrs. Doreene Dockar, Port Mellon,  president; Mrs. v, Evelyn Olson, Pender  Harbour, vice-president; Mrs., Madeline  Grose, Roberts Creek, secretary; Mrs.-  'Marg Langdale. Gibsons, treasurer; Mrs.  Peggy Connor, Sechelt, publicity.  ,  Reports-were heard Irom each auxiliary as to their activities in 1973. Also,  gift shop chairman, Mrs.* Madeline Grose,  > and volunteer director  , Peggy  Connor,  thrift  shop  chairman," Rosa  Swan,  reported.     ���'      , \ ''"    \    * ,     '  Additional equipment has been purchased, for vthe hairdressing done by the  ' volunteers in the hospital.   " '   "  ,    Seacoast' Sheet   Metal    very   kindly  streamlined |the library cart at a very  , minimum fee/l - ,  Alterations are being planned for the  Gift Shop in the foyer of the hospital  as well as to the Gift Shop cart.  John Lewis, physiotherapist spoke on  ��� a new project. Mrs. E. Bragg/administrator, and Mrs. Irene Donlon, director of  The Peninsula Times Page A-5  Wednesday/ February 6, 1974  nursing, attended the meeting to answer  questions on equipment."   '  Mrs.v Bragg recently attended an/ac-  creditationr^eminai^f;-i-^Whal--j-hospitals--  should/ be doing, to 'get accredited and  where the level is." In-service training  was stressed'at this seminar, "due to the  tremendous change in equipment and  advances making it important for albthe  staff to know what new developments  there are. ,' '  Coming events announced were the  Sechelt .auxiliary's Mardi Gras to be  held March 16 at the old Legion Hall  in Sechelt.)     _        i, j  Next council meeting will be Feb. 26.  When a householder received a circular .through the mail addressed to  ' Redisent, he sent it back to the company  with' a' note that read:, "No one��� here  named'Redisent. The, people's name is  Oppucant" ���     <���     >  telling them that you bought a new  range or refrigerator. District manager  Erich Hensch says readers took The  Times' headline: \ 'Buying new range?  Hydro wants to know' literally and  phoned in keeping "the Hydro phone  busy for a few days.  Actually, Hensch and Hydro only  want'to know if you're buying additional  major appliances such as range, water  heater, dryer or electrical space heating  and proposed for connection to the present system. The idea is to help you so  that it won't be a strain on your present  system.  *       *       *  Why   don't   they?  Why dont' they find a hole to bury  Sechelt's garbage in? "Some day," says  Chronic Complainer, we are going to be  sorry for spreading it on that flat land  of which we are making a mountain.  Also, adds Chronic, "Why don't they  (being the old timers on the Peninsula)  give some of the newcomers a bit of  history of this area by writing down  some of their experiences. The late Pop  Jackson used to write for the paper as  does J. S. Browning, the odd time."  Of course, there are a few oldtimers"  who are willing to share their experiences  with the newcomers but there is always  room for more. Th�� Times is willing to  hear the stories and pass, them along  (keeping in mind that this is a family  newspaper.) '  Cauleen McCuaig wants to .know:  Why don't they subsidize' persons to do  away with stray animals? Cauleen says  it costs $30 ,to spay a cat, which most  people are not willing to pay. Perhaps  the SPCA or some other agency could  help subsidize such a program.  And all the way from Calgary, Mrs.  C. E; Wilson wants to know: Why don't  they (The Times) print the number of  hours of sunshine and inches of weekly  precipitation, plus the high and low tem-  - perature for each week?  "This might depress- exiles from the  Sunshine Coast presently battling a prairie winter, but it would give those of  us who hope to retire there some day,  a better indication of seasonal weather,"  That's a good question, and I agree,  it would be handy. I'll see if I can ar-  1  range it,     , ' ,'���'.'  , Dean Ctotrman asks: Why don't they  build an athletic track for running?  On such a, track, says Dean, "Everyone, male'or female; young or not quite  so young can have a good, inexpensive  workout, Comparatively cheap to create,  no; buildings are needed other than a  small changing room/cabin,  "Indoor hockey and curling aro nlco  for tho kids and a few curling addicts  (the latter docs not do1 as much to benefit one's health as running).  , "It is expensive to, build hockey and  .curling rinks. No wonder the taxpayers  aro not too keen on it. To build a track  ',���J��l .WJM\pBjrwM ,bo_a. gr eat .benefit .to,  anyone from'eight to DO years old and  Is not expensive.      '     ' , '���  "So why don't thpy build ono at tho  recreational contro complex? I'll vote  for that (or any whoro olso)."  On his San Francisco TV show, Jim  Dunbar asked Gloria Stolncm about Ms,,  tho womon'fl-llb magazine that she helped  create. Explained Ms. Stclnem; "It will  cover all the broad Issues,"  STAYING with his sister, Mrs. Margaret Burley, John Marchuk from Kamloops is in Sechelt due to the illness of  their mother, Mrs. Marchuk. Buff and  Bessie Turner, with daughter _Jean, are  other guests at ,the Burley home from  Vancouver.  Sunshine Rebekah Lodge 82 welcomed  the annual visit of Sister Schad from  Powell River with her Marshall Mrs. Ina  Freeborne. Assembly warden, Dorothy  Brandon; assembly chaplain, Edith Boniface and past president Evelyn with  assistant chorister brother Shaw from the  Lower Mainland Assembly also attended.  Twenty-six members enjoyed a smorgasbord along with ,12 visitors. The addendum���Lord's Prayer was performed impressively by the sisters for the president, i  The beautiful bedspread created by  Madge :Hansen ,and raffled for the lodge,  was won by Jack SceUinberg of Sechelt.  Longtime resident of Davis Bay, Mrs.  Hazel Critchell, died Jan. 20. Mrs. Critchell was a great dramatic teacher. She  taught elocution for many years and directed plays that were very well received  on the Peninsula. The only reason more  shows were not put on here was the lack  of proper facilities, a' good auditorium  with dressing rooms and adequate acoustics. Friends and neighbors turned "out  on Jan. 26 to pay last respects, including  Sister  Rebekahs  Sunshine  No.  82. The  Pioneers to be feted  al Baptist services  SECHELT���^Pioneer Girls is progressing.  at Bethel Baptist Church.  Committee members and guides met  for a noon luncheon Jan, 21 and then  , observed  the Pioneer Girls' Day of prayer  ,' , when the local, regional and, international  needs and interests of .the work were  , remembered in prayer,  During the week of Feb. '3-10 speclql  emphasis Is being put on the work of  Pioneer Girls at Bethel Baptist, and on  Sunday, Feb,1 10, during the morning  worship hour, a special encampment  service will bo held. Pilgrims and Colonists will take part In reading the scriptures, In prayer, and In group singing,  Ranks , and badges will be presented to  tho girls. ',.'.���. ,,      .  Mrs. aMrgaret Robinson of Vancouver  will bring a message In keeping with the  , theme of Pioneer Girls week���"Growing  up,.. like Him."  All parents of Pioneer Girls'and ,h>  ' torested friends, aro Invited to enjoy this  service with us.  ���by Peggy Connor  Rev. David Brown conducted a moving  ceremony.  Visitor,from Red Deer, Alberta, was  Brian Randall who, while' on a seminar  in Vancouver, took a jaunt to Sechelt  to visit relatives of his wife Jean; Harold and Cay Nelson. He tried his luck at  fishing, with no co-operation from the  salmon. <  The PA Coffee Shop is .under new owr,  nership as of Feb. 1, along with Sechelt  Dry Cleaners.-Bill and Lena Grisenth-  waite are the new arrivals. Bill recently  retired from the RCAF where' he was a  sergeant in the traffic control. The fact  that Lena's bother, Dr. Walter Burtnick  lives in West Sechelt, no doubt had a  bearing on their settling in this area.  Two married daughters are. living in  Ontario, with .two teenagers, Bill and  Sandy, going to Elphinstone High and  Laine, six years old in Grade 1.'The Sunshine Coast welcomes this happy family  and wishes them all the best in their new  venture.  Valentine tea slated  Feb. 9 in United Hall  GIBSONS���Local Guides, Brownies and  Rangers are holding a Valentine tea  Feb. 9 in the United Church hall.,  In addition to tea, prepared and served by the girls, the event will feature a  craft table and bake sale. Admission is  50 cents.  "It is hoped that all families and  friends will attend to help support the  Guiding movement in this area/'. said a  Guides' Association spokesman. "The  girls, aged from seven to 16, need to  know that we, as adults, are interested in  what they are doing."  The Valentine tea will run from 2  p.m. to 4 p.m.  'Anyone seeking Information on used  Brownie or Guide uniforms should contact Inga Harrison at 886-2967.  i  5  SUNSHINE RENTALS  ���,���,���, _   886-2848  O  24 Hro.  ?Pk_l  Boneless  Serve with Apple Sauce . lb.  Fletcher's  By-the-Piece,     - lb.  Fletcher's - Bulk  Finest quality  _: ������..... , lb.  \  CALIFORNIA  NAVELS.......  L_  for Information  loading to tho nrront  and conviction of  poraon(o) who,  amnshocl ..tho LOWE   l)flOT��l���SIGN.4n-w-.  Mad-Ira Park on  wookond of January  26th.  PHONE 883-2456  ���_#_���_* _* ** mvwhw  i*tlt+rrm*t ����i_*��toa���_���_Wia^i-(  ���a-ci% til if**iftS(.4)hl**iJsiiaW. _'Asf  '/tftoit/tcm  9  o o o  (P.A. COFFEE BAR 8t  SECHELT CLEANERS)  customers for their patronage, and hope  that you will continue to support the  new proprietors.  (/Sill & otena \jrl&enthwait  GLERY Co,lfomla'  Canada No. 1 ...   IfCUMBER!  Mexican  California,  Canada No. 1   ...���.  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For camper or homo mo.  y��ygfi^*f%pjrii^^  4'x8'x4 mm  !iM-g��_itea��gg5W��BaKa-Ba_-__ll_at  .49    Eco"omy  Unsandod  4'x8'x%"   ���Q*    Fir  4'x8'x%" ,,   iJ-a���__-_���-���_���--_a------__^  PARTICLE BOARD  "SHOP EDGE"  !  I  4'x8'x%"  1 <  i   >  NO. 1  UNDERLAY  4'x8*xVa"  ail���-faaii���g���jjsfa���fa���a  S_B  WSUDSOU  CHARGKX  STORE HOURS:  MONDAY TO SATURDAY 8:00 AM. TO 6:30 P.M.  c  VANCOUVER -  BURNABY - RICHMOND - NORTH  VAN  -  SURREY   - COQUITLAM - LANGLEY - DELTA - HANEY - VERNON -  PRINCE GEORGE .  NANAIMO - PENTICTON  "lira a i-fia ���������lan< nam ���,  -���l��Tnj ������ fta- m.nh_ii &_*��  JZtt\  A$/lk��t  -aiwwjfy  \.yv,.l   -\  j��jKHa  ''\,-,"tf^i\  ,'A'  !_v!  S.-&, -rJS,  'U*  ;$ATURDAYi\ iMSWMtifc '<$  H  Best in Live Entertainment  '''rl^iZZ^^AVAILAilLE.^' \>  "JOIN THE FUN"  pEtMBtMSULA HOliL  II   \ ISiU^SET I/;    i\l Highway 101��� Cover Charge ��� 886-2472  2__&s  New Department of Education regulations make it possible for  adults to receive a High School Graduation Diploma without meeting all the , regular requirements.  If you have not graduated from High School and  are EfTHER:  1." Nineteen years of age or more . .  OR 12. Eighteen years of age and-have been our of school  for at least one year, you MAY qualify under the new  regulations.  j  For further derails and evaluation of your standing, please contact  ELPHINSTONE SECONDARY SCHOOL at 886-2204 or 886-2205.  FLOOR PLAN of proposed, replace- junior secondary in Sechelt is demerit for Elphinstone, Secondary feated by referendum, Elphie will be  School shows double-sized gym, lib- expanded to accontimodate 900 stu-  rary and   administration area.   It dents.     ��� -  Statistics revealed  legionoMBB . alien*  ENINSULA  Section B  Wednesday, February 6, 1974  Ivor seiniBGu  Pages 1-8  SECHELT���Ten members of  the Royal ., c".udin_ hospitals, scholarships, Red Cross,.  Canadian Legion, Branch 140, attended ', CNIB, > and  local  branch   projects.   The  a   leadership-development" .seminar    at ' Legion in B.C. donated over $330,000 to  Wallpanels, cabinets, sidings . . .  .sot/Plywood opens  libsons warehouse  GIBSONS���Windsor Plywood will open "In each of Our five out-of-town loca-  its 14th warehouse this week. tions we keep the same selection as is  Featuring    the  largest  selection    of found   at  our  nine   Vancouver  stores,"  wallboard and panelling in Western Can- said Jack Garbett, company sales mana  Powell River Jan. 26 and 27.  The meeting was held in two parts  with president Ray Harrison, first vice-  president Herman Keys and secretary  Larry Harrison of Pacific Command >as  guest speakers. The meeting was chaired  by Bill Hurrie, zone' commander.  Some very interesting statistics were  brought forth concerning the Legion at  work in British Columbia:  For example: At year end 1972, there  were 182 branches, in B.C. with over  58,000 members.  Since 1956, British Columbia Legions  have sponsored senior, citizens low rental  veterans from the poppy fund campaign  of 1972.  These few facts and figures noted are  for British Columbia Legions only.' At  the present time in Canada there are  1,850 branches coast to'boast with amfim-  bership in excess of ,300,000, by far the  largest service organization in.the coun?  ���try. -.-  i! "Local branch members attending the  "seminar were: Bruce and Gail Redman,  Gladys Ritchie, Marilyns McKenzie, Ted  Fitz-Gerald, Harry CaseyT-5_tod Pierce,  Frank?" Bonin,  Walter -Beck    and  Peter  >, Hemstreet.  ada,, Windsor,  also, known as The^PJy^ .ger. "What's more important, we plan to .j*Cconam_dation with aLvalue of $6,600,000.4__tBRfe>Will'isoon be a "notice board*  wood1''People,   will  he  situated  inline "'hold the* same^pricing schedules as found  bright new facility ofi Highway 101, just    in the greater Vancouver(stores,  north of the village of Gibsons. The firm ��We chose to open this store in Gib-  will display over 200 different wall SOns primarily to serve hundreds of Sun-  panels, along with a full range of con- snine Coast customers who have been  struction plywood, cabinet materials, sid- patronizing our facilities in Vancouver  ings and similar items. for years; however, we also recognize this   ������~ "     ���������    area to have outstanding growth potential ���  | �� and look forward to making new friends  and customers."  Stock is stored in the  clean  bright  showroom/warehouse and is displayed for  �� easy selection,  "In fact, its a nice place just to come  and, browse, then if you need assistance,  we are always there to ask. Warm and  TOTAL value of building permits issued    cheery with many exclusive products and  in the Sunshine Coast Regional Dis-    our huge selection, its what the public  tri<?t during 1973 showed a 65 per cent,  wants everywhere we do business.  increase over the, previous year's figures. "We find the big plus at each store  F. A. Reyburn, plumbing and build-    is our $100,000 inventory right there for  ing  inspector, reported to the regional    shipment now, no ordering from samples  board's Jan. 31 meeting that construction    and long delays. What you see, is what  values totalled $6,887,200 this year, com-    you get, nowj" ,  pared to $4,160,100 in 1972, Bob Gillmore, 50, ia manager of the  The  number of permits    for single    Sunshine   Coast store.   Bob,   his  wWe,  family homes almost dbubled to 231 units.    Curtis  and  children,   Bob  Jr.,   15  and  Multi-famlly    dwellings    recorded a    Devonna, W, look forward to the move to  dramatic increase of 350 per cent from    Jhe coast   away from the rat race of the  four units in 1972 to 18 in 1973. bV, ,y'  ��-''����������     n���ti..u�� un��� ��,������ ~ont Gillmore, who was formerly manager  Construction ^ctivltyhas^beew^ent- company!* Burnaby store states,  S'-ftJJF! ^WnffiJ & 2 iiSFttb    "Pe��Ple w�� continually looking for, new  $4,412 400 in permits being ^sucd ��i��    _n(J ^fferent producta^ wlth the terrific  year. In areas D, ,E and, F, construction    gelectl(m we a�� offermg hc_o in Glbsonfl>  you might almost say that we are sell-  irT i/lisi  Bee's  Card- and" Gift' Shop  for your small notices, lost and found  ads or anything you wish to publicize.  1972 showed they raised $767,684 and dis-    Just bring them along. Miss Bee's, Se-  tributed  $747,437  to many charities in-    chelt. '     ,      "  In 1972 the Legion in' B.C. awarded  over $95,000 in scholarships and bursaries.  Reports from 157 ladies' auxiliaries in  O   THE COMPLETE POEMS OF W. H. DAVIES  Q  PARASITES OF HEAVEN by Leonard Cohen  �� i THANKS FOR A DROWNED ISLAND by A. G. Bailey  Q  SUMMERHILL: FOR AND AGAINST  Q   WORLDS IN COLLISION by Immanuel Volikovsky  Q  EARTH IN UPHEAVAL by Immanuel Volikovsky  O   ON BORROWED TIME by Leonard Mosley  Q  MARTHA QUEST by Doris Lessing  O  ENGLAND MADE ME by Graham Greene  O   THE QUIET AMERICAN by Graham Greene  O   STALKING THE BLUE-EYED SCALLOP by E. Gibbon  0  EUELL GIBBON'S BEACHCOMBER HANDBOOK  'f     **f.^%-*-**^V��^t!5',i*t ������'tin-* i -n-H-"*T  values hovered just below tho $2.5 mil  Hon mark.  In December, the electoral areas recorded .tho following permit approvals:  A���slnglo family dwellings, 2; additions, alterations, 1; plumbing, 2, Total  value, $80,000.  B~single family, dwellings, ij' mobile  homes, 2; plumbing, 3. Total value,  $40,0000.  C���single family dwellinga, 4; plumbing, 4; Total value, $122,000. ,  D~slngle family dwellings, 3; plumb-  ^ln_r3*T-tai"vnluer$0��,oool'---4^^'"-wt^^  E���slnglo family dwolHngs, 1; acccs-  \toxy bulid|lnBs, 1; plumbing, \, Total  ...vnluo, $31,000.  F���single family dwellings, 2; plumb  ing wallpaper or color in easy-to-apply  4x8 sheets.  ''This selection, purchased from all  over tho globe, was not available in BiC.  prior to our entry into the market, With  our streamlined method of merchandising this type of product we will be able  to equalize our prices to Vancouver,  "This Is a real big plus for this area. I  was always amazed how many people  from Gibsons to Powell River Journeyed  dally into our Burnaby branch just because 1ilnoro���w��B',.not.iormerly���.tholcholco��  and stock available elsewhere."       ,  Windsor Plywood Is ,a subsidiary of  Windsor Building Supplies Ltd., a Canadian company with its head office in  Surrey, The company maintains a million  ing,  2;    commercial,   1.  Total   value, dollar Inventory on  a 10-acro dlfltrlbw  $102,000, tion slto to facilitate tho merchandising  'Year-end construction  totals  for  tho of now and exciting products that arrive  various  areas  nro;. A,   $1,471,600;  B, dally, Outside the Lower Mainland, Wm,-  $1,021,400; C, $1,319,500; D, $972,000; E, dsor  facilities   are   In   Vernon,   Prince  $070,200; F, $820,000, George, Nanalmo and Ponticton.  MflBMWa-IBIMBl^^  IS HAVING A  STARTING MARCH 4th ��� 10 STUDENTS ONI,Y  For full dotal Is, contact Rosa Llnd at 005-2305  |CP��WP��8��^ \  >n��nnfjvw*mnnAiu*yMiivw��nAtUMi*AiUiAi%iuviA*u*iiA��MH^  The Peninsula <5^2g&  Page B-2      , The Peningiila Ti^eo  )  r J ���*   >,  ,      '-   .  -.r   - .-        , v  V,< Wednesday, February. 6/ 1974  ���-���u"i I fix.���;���. ''   .' i* ,1,11'1.' "; : ' <K   > ,,  Revised teaulations  ".<?  :?  :'^MJ.  '/ may be wrbtig.'but I shall not be so wrong as'to fail to say what / believe to be right."  A H. Alsoard, Publisher  ���John Atkins  Richard T. Proctor, Managing Editor  Letters to the Editor are the opinions of'r^dders^and not necessarily < those of The-.'Times." A  nom-de-plume may *��� "~~A *--"��"***��-���*������'-*���������" ~'�� ___-..��- ~���< ��.- -___j *��... ���<��....:._���.:.-  Graham,   Elphinstone 'Secondary  THE FOLLOWING Times editorial was  prepared for and read on CBC's  Good Morning-K_dio program, Jan. 23.  In a recent local pantomime-revue  entitled, Dick Whittington and the Sunshine Kingdom..ctwo persons riding a  tricycle missed the ferry although their  riderless vehicle was taken aboard.  This caused a few laughs as a refer  that's chancy. ,  There was a recent incident when  doctors at St. Mary's Hospital inJJechelt  felt that to save a patient's life, she  would have to be transferred to a larger  hospital in Vancouver. Unfortunately, it  was after dark and the ferries had quit"  running. So doctors had to call on air  sea  resettle.   Helicopters  won't chance  ay iV used fof'publicatppMl- aui{ all originals mustt be .signed by 'the- writer.     Bob     Grs  Coast - ChUcOtin > UP '     ' V> ' * ���fV ^opl,e f .ported, Sechelt .win-    C��UNew ��d  iunds $390,497  Editor; The Times,      _   Under the program, adults must ob-  >   t  '-Yt  cil in the last' election.  Sir: -The federal government's, expenditure this year for LIP projects in C$s"t    _..,.���. ._,_.---.--���  Chileotin will amount to $390,497 as' com? -. the- *2? Received. It is. ntft necessary to  department of education regula-  .   ,     ���       j*    .-       tions make it possible for adults to gradu  -,   These  two  applications  were,, among    ate without meeting the same require  the N strongest to come before #he CAG    ments as non-adult students,  from any part, of the jiiding^and were  rated respectively 4th./and^Mth,^among  iult s  to earn school dip!o_n<_'s  ADULTS, who did not earn a,high school   . the program,, should,eontact, Qrahaniyjor  diploma, will get another chance, said   .BillFors . the Elphinstone.counsellqrqljQr  u     /-.���i     m-v-:-' ,cl J���    further details. The school telephone .nyoi-  bers are 886-2204 or 886-2205,    -   ;M-' ���  is -UV  Coroner calls inque  into blasting death  pared to a total, federal- expenditure ,T_sU conjure upvisions of ^kuUduggery.b" ex-  year of $1,112,415. Last year' thereIWaY-a&.Plain whv they werg.chosteri.,'_, :<, -   ���.-  total-of'98 applications of which ,58 >./ere~'4>   Evidentlv   Sechelt;'council-fee^l that  approved. This year there was a^ataL'o'f A #their men ha^been.on'.the pAG>they  ;��u  _Mw toi  \,;X\.r. h<��au\d h,  tain credit in'a minimum of seven courses  ^JS^^S^JS^inaXTS^^   SECHELT-^COrorier Charles Mittlesfe'adt  minimum of 12 courses. In addition adults"        .   ��� __j������_j ���_ ��� _ - _.+ .���f ' fv._tii._i_  may receive credit for training and ex-        ~has order<?d an inquest mtp the' *Sth  perience they have had outside of school  ence to the ferrv svstem    serving the    this run at night so officials sent a hover-    _28 applications of which only1-21 ^ere.V^ou^bayegotteh^the^.owri Dro^ects^c-  Sunshine Coast usually does���or else it    craft^r��m  Sea   _ Island.  Travelling  at    approved. Under the Circumstances'there .^  Sunshine Coast ^usually does���or else it  makes residents break down and scream  in utter frustration.  Although we feel that the Sunshine  Coast is the finest piece of real estate  in British Columbia, even the most devout citizen has a" need, from time to  ' time, to visit Vancouver.  Now the viDjige of Gibsons is less  than 15 mile&ffom Horseshoe Bay but  Travelling  night  in somewhat ,choppy waters put te'bound to'be,-much criticism. arid*4is- <y.sions, 'these were; decisions' of a \large  the lives of the crew, the patient and appointment because of'the sizeable?wt->-^  her doctor in danger. Time was not all back in-this year's allocation'of funds. �� ��{."& *?*��� Shuttleworth reaUy^ wanted' to  that critical although it was important. '    A." youlare! aware, the -government' *^Zh���tTL*e^���^^*i'h  In order to enroll under the program  an applicant must be at least 19 years  of age. Consideration will be given to  applicants who are 18 years of age and  have been out-of school for at*least one  year.  School counsellors at Elphinstone are  It was not deemed, wise to wait until     initiated),   for 'the: first  time, -.advisory vJggf ^^^SLS^SSSLTZ    to^\*���*  to a large number of  ��rrie<! werp runnina    committees.in all constituencies to review    otIlce and f^a out msteaa^of tryingvto    applicants.  Residents from  all areas  of  morning when the ferries were running  again but had there been a later sailing  that night, it would have been adequate.  Visitors to the Sunshine Coast must  rush for the - last ferry; at 8:30 or stay  and recommend,' 'the '.various .LIP applica-  prejudice  |hinking "by   punishing 'mis-  tions  for  government  approval.      ' statement^ |he, effect th'atVl Ihave/��50  - "tv_ ;,*,,;*_;��� v;.,Uy, __+*__ *M rw* thousand dojlaj.:1 in LIP grants > or> -tried  ou^t advisorv.'. committee for Coast , t t ^ ^ t boos^myrownap-'  Chileotin comprised  of  a, cross  section    p^^i0n      ' ^' -\'V/v��.."^ .  it takes 55 mjnutes aboard one of our ^overnight: When Sunshine Coasters want   ^^^^S^^i^ ����       J^��%n|>di^>K ^e  iwn -"^��-*��A famM to gb to Vancouver to > hockey game,    aldermen? a  newspaper  woman !?�� a " und^r -LIP * " "  School District 46,-who are interested'in  on Nelson Island Jan. 25' of pino Gaizola.  He was killed while setting charges in  a blasting operation at iQuarrie Baynojt  RCMP said that Gazzola, 26, was. waning over the plunger, when :rockf>struck  him in the chest and shoulder^ EteAdied  ���instancy.        - - ,r,    , ; ���. ioib  The i. Bordignon Masonry Ltd.''-tem-  ployee leaves a wife,', Anna, in Vahcttil-  ver. No date has iyet~ been set fomth'e  inquest. - -  ��� v   cffss-i  two antiquatedj ferries.  Okay. We know a bridge is out of    concert, movie or other entertainment,  the question and we can put up with    we must leave before the last period,  one ferry tha^ywas an ice breaker on  the Great Lakes'and the other a former  coal burner thafserved the U.S. Atlantic  coast 70 yearsjago. They are not the  best or most comfortable ferries in the  fleet; but they'IKdo.  What's boflienjig us is that the main  method of transportation to the Sun-  act or scene- so that we will not miss  fie dratted, ferry at 10 o'clock.  In the summer when there are sailings as late as midnight, the situation  is not so bad, but it's winter,when cabin  fever sets in and we feel"we must get  a-change of routine or scene.  Please,  Bob  Strachan, Vwe're, tired w  ^ ^  shine Coast is ih^ferry system. You- can    of b&rfg. second-class citizens,, and we limited funds available, made its 'selee  fly in or out "diuring- the day but sea-    urge you, as minister of transportation tions accordingly,  planes can't la$d;'at night and'our one , and communication, to see\.that we get  i _       �����   __ .���V.tf^j'     if_____._. } i_.j._     __��� __t_.      ���__��_ . ;i��       r��_*_j�� i   a w��6k '* before taxes,  federal government - appoTSSd" off^aL -t ^"iStS^ w^Ctp^f^V1  These people, as a whole,.considered- all VW^^!?k,_?_Jy_^h?_^ 'B^,-*e??8?'^  applications ._nd made the selections/Ion ^^^d^cjed.by^he,:gqve^rn^^^  a just and ���"-^-* ��---=-   ->=--  the criteria  their, guidance  emphasized  ideas  that could normally be funded from other  sources. The advisory committee, guided  by the criteria and handicapped by'Che  lipliasized that fecial projects and bew$J*ke."Part. m tht_S^^^^ &&&1  leas- be given preference over projects   ^P]1,J was PersoiiaWjAvoIyed in, and I  int. rnulrt nnrmallv ho fnnHpH -tmm rvHV^Ar     dldn t.        �� .      ' t��   *       ���        '     -- ���     ' ' ���  R.R. No. 2   ���-   GIBSONS;} B.���;  O C  VC!"  1     ' ���"." HOWARD WHITE  Box 119, Madeira-Park. V0N;2H0-  i r  impaved airsttm^ias no lights.        '        late night winter sailings. Studies have  At night, "dujrThg'the winter, the last    been made on the matter and it's pos  ferry leaves Langdale at 8:30. From then,  10,000 souls a|$F4oc���e4 in for the night.  We can't get .bifAunless we have access  to a small boafc^and during the .winter  sible without great, additional,cost.  After all, the ferry system is our  bridge and they don't close down the  Lions Gate Bridge, at 8:30.  In order to allow the advisory committee to function without any pressure  I left the decision making to that committee.  AUTOPLAN;$fe* B.C.    government's  monopolistJE^isurance giant-is concerned, v^p??' ' ��� -,   . ��� '.*  $30 required to keep the cars on the  road.  But coming up with about $150 for  High levy uniustilied  Editor, The Times','*'*^ �������� ' '<���" ,;'''"' '*    '  '  Sir:  The recent'Increases in assessments to 150 per->������eiu\;.etc, on,property  led me to make inquiries of the provih-  My only regret is that many worth-    cial assessors office. . k (  while projects were not approved and I*�� Here.^I ,was,,i^rjn^d8>t^a^a^ it had  can well'understand the feelings of the^been decided th>t^p^6r|y'iri^he ;whole  various individuals ' and orj_anizati6ris *"* Sunshine Coast' area *had' always 'been  whose applications were not approved.        assessed at too low aerate, the 10 per cent  I have earlier yoiced '     *  the federal government'  an inefficient way of dealing _  winter   unemployment   rate.   There   has    assessments can be placed in this area,  POSITION: Driver for local deliveries on Sechelt Peninsula including,  '.���-   .trips to Vancouver. -   ���       y     ,'-"\   > <��� >- .'. .*,   vx &$?-,$��  QUALIFICATIONS: Presentable'appearance/valid driver's ffcence - air    J  ,,,'    . ticket preferable .but not necessary. 'V   ~ '* '    -  ���-;:  SALARY: Tearrisrer's Union "rates including  Health & Welfare, Sicki<<  Pay, Dental plan.     , - ' >      -      s   ���.   - . - t,  Apply at Peninsula Transport Ltd., Gibsons .office .or .send-completed  .resume to above address. All applications confidential.     '���  been too much criticism in the past to  warrant the continuation of this program.  province  many m���.   _ ._,_.-  after March 1-because they have; not t four,, ears and.tax notices to consider.,  yet purchased .their.'^compulsory ihsur-' -r*^A��,-����^  n,A"'-"'  A~  *"���"���*'  ance  To date# onlyXsp^O.of the more  than one million motorists in British  Columbia have purchased Autoplan  insurance and if too many wait until  bound to- arise ��� under* the circumstances.  January ' and  February  are  usually I feel that it is unfortunate that suon  blue times of the year anyway;and, hav- /.criticism,  as  expressed by  the Sechelt  irig to be faced with " "'"'  surance premiums do. _,���- ���-.~    . ,.,   , ...    -   .  the situation V.'-T '"m such  communities where social and.  "Don't worry abouVthe cost," we're    eco?omic haTti*s continue to ��*�����  Now, it is true*that'in-the-Sechelt  area, we are at-the mercy of "public ferries  as regards v transportation'/ Our "travel  times are limited and-expensive; we are  subject to increasingly'-large -and more  frequent waiting, for several hours, to  catdh.a ferry and-fgo -jhome..-  As* building >oontin_esun'ithe area,, so  ith tax and.' M_h' inAV,villa_e council, doe's not help to promoj.      these difficulties are going to. increase,  do nothin'e%toV_elieve<V'a spirit of'cooperation and understanding    ? is-necessary, eyen now,- in winter, to  u.iwiuiigwiww.j,  such-communities  when*  s~��,ai  _M,    be at least half-an-hour ea  a ferry.-  Schedule Change  Horsfeshbe "Bay,- Unmhle  :��L  early, to get, oh  !.��_..��_��-_  _��.v  ��   ��__   .��_-.    ..-.v ���- _~ ���j ���_. ���-.���-.,    ..~f- i. hope that this letter will help to'  the end of February to, purchase insur- told,   you can get a bank to handle ,the    clarify some aspects of this year's LIP  ance, Big Daddy' Autoplan fears that It financing  ovej^a  six-n>6nth,.^. peribd." ., program,, and-will-enableripeople to-urii  {yvonf be able'to handle the'influx''wilifv Sure; you carp^atTa high,,interest,rate    defctand tHe"rpr6biems that are encounf  the result that many B.C. drivers will so Big Daddy Autoplan is encouraging    tered  in    the implementation  of,  this  be stranded and not able to drive.. his children to go into,debt to pay for    program. 'j  In all its rush to set up compulsory their insurance toys.       - ,*���;.,' HARRY OLAUSSEN, ME.  auto  insurance,  the  government  obvi- We haven't ��� heard what  Autoplan'.\, . Coast Chileotin  We all know that travelling on holiday weekends, or, indeed,r. ��nvany^fine  .summer ^weekend,���is- going -^to���lead - to ���-  hours in a hot sun, inching along the  .highway, to get to a ferry. ^ v  ously didn't take into consideration that plans for the ensuing years but.we hope:, n��.�����.��^���� �����_��_._ - _ _i S from Vancouv-rMfit^ V. -' 5  with a complete" change of system, there it isn't insurance for everybody'at the , VonaUOnS appreciated (t\ ���- It i^HSJg & '&d1��  are bound to be jam-ups. Buying auto    same time. We hope that the govern-. \ Editor, The .Times,  . *J?    _ low fiied intomlfsuch'!'as pensior  Por this,,jeasojkp^^property,.. has not1 ���-?:,,.-, ,-  seemed, sql: va}uajraB%*2Katk on/'the ��� niain., v��'.. . ��� -,��  i��"H  whi^.-is4MM^.^ibI^by A^-k       ^r.r  are bound to be jam-ups. Buying auto same time. We hope that the govern-/ \ Editor, The .Times,  .  licence plates by Feb. 28 is one thing, ment has sense enough to spread' the\ \   ' Sir: J wish to'extend my sincere thanl  Most people don't have too much trou- insurance renewal over the year_Perhaps ���, yo��.  through. your column, to all th,.  ble coughing,,up.the necessary $20 or, insurance could become due when, say, ', fgSJ"^^A'cSS^'  IV.  Timesjgone by  Feb. 7, 1973-^Vuxiliaries to St. Mary's  Hospital raised $16,000 for equipment during 1972, it was reported.  School budget is up $250,000 over  the car was originally registered. That  would have the uncertainty of having  to go without a car because an insurance complex can't handle, its own program.  What happens when the Insurance  Corporation of British Columbia decides  land, whibh,'is4  from  pensioners, '  live in this area because property has  been priced less thar. ^where-.-Qne -ia.notv ",  to become a monopoly on general in  surance and private enterprise insurar  last year's total'(.fi $2,196,968. Increase    companies are legislated away with  ^orial Fund," both for their support anij  efforts in making my, husband's dream' oil  awfully equipped-ambulance come tru4  ', Negotiations' are' underway   to  pwi,  chase the equipment and soon,, you, th!  people will benefit from this. '  %  Had it not been for Dr. Kassen antt  entirely dependent o| ^Iferrie,^ $:t>'  1 Now, supposing that "taxes are raised,  then raised again, and so on? What are  those pensioners going to do?  j," If there were to be reasonable improvements in condltffltt_j'__ch' _s"_ road from  Squamlshtp Jjtaat! Mellon, then one could  understand a Vr_ee_. for greater financial  levies  Vl^^r.^^ .^V*/ft'  ^>'  is due to salary' hikes  Senior Swingers, Sechelt's dance  group for senior citizens, was formed  with a LIP grant of $1,000.  Ken Goddard^Jwas named chairman  of the Gibsons a'tybrary Board,  Feb. 5, 1969^-Lornc- Wolverton was  elected chairman; of the Sunshine Coast  Regional District board. Retiring chair;  man is Frank; \fyjcst.  Honorary,'life, membership in tho  SpchcU' and I^(|frict Chamber of Commerce was a\y,trdcd Edward F, Cooke.  Mr. Cooke, - 4l|l4?> .year member of the  '..chamber, annt|jiij(ly'1jmadc a gavel for the  retiring president,'  Tho. rcgionajp^istriot should consider  entering the gairttogc collection business,  recommended   Charles'   Gooding, ad-  , ministrator.   ':-.����',  Ben, Firth, treasurer of the senior  citizens' housing society reported that  ^donatibn8^^aro,^cpmlngw_lii-.rcgul ,riy.��,.  Canon Alan Greene reported that H. R.  MacMlllan, has contributed $200 in  payment of a $10 pledge made in 1908  to the Rev. John Ancle of the Columbia Const Mission. i  Fe.��. 5, . 964-i-A school budget of  $930,877 was; approved,  Gibsons will have to have inorc  water before expansion can be considered, the village council decided.  Cpl. Ray Nclsdn NCOIC of Sechelt  RCMP detachment, was rc-clcctcd dlr?  , cctor of the Boy Scout district community council, Ed Lpwe of Pender Harbour was nAmed,a(jujs!stnnt.'  1 %'  l" 53��L^&KinSSt0n this ma,y not hav^         However, v_eare not informed of any 1    's  surance and private enterprise insurance jnaijenanzeci and so a special thanks tS physical improveh&nts that we are going ^ ^  companies are legislated away ,with a HgJ' ffc,, Ithcan"��L.?rfl t^eTfti to get'  stroke of the lieutenant governor',, pen? Z^Su   tor^olS^^t  w3               (Name y^held),!West Vancouver  We'll have to pay our insurance all at have taken longer to raise The fund 8 ������'�������� ,"7^ '< T ._ ���  once, wc suppose, and then presumab- a boint of knowine whnt Pnn kb li         Meat ls ^tUp*.80 expensive that one  ly we'll get tf,c rest of the six months chased and Scannot                    P ^ housewife boUgnfa Sw��> steak'that had  get  of the year to pay that.  Some, prospect to look forward to.  JOAN CUNNINGH/  Halfmoon Ba_  a secret bank-account number.  (-���.  Due to berthTfjfpairs  ������ aticangd .leV-the r  following schedule will'be in effect  ji>r  n>'  i /   -  r.1 /  MONDAY, FEB. 11  to ���    '  inclusive.  .00 ere  l> 'sV  Jo  . ifv  .-' 'J i '-^  ��� V     .A   A.  if?^.J''*;  Si .,V_s_JW  "'OO  S  'N.'"1  *  Leave  Hprseshoe Bay;.,  '.   (Vancouver)    "'.'  7:55 am    -' ���  10:10  ,   12:25 R,ra    ,  > 2:40: f>*l.%,  7:20  10:10  -..v r.Le^ye���r,.f ph  ��\'- Ldngcial^ m  '(SecnsliPelun^Jfjfe  -���-J?;.  6:45"am^'^  s  9:00  ,,.W1*_5.  U'.U  i .tv-.  if  ���/��� i.  SIOO  '   KL.  C<lWi   !-i-'  *���>'��  For Information phone ���,_.  Horseshoe Bay 921-7411'  Langdale 886-2242  Saltery Bay 487-9333  ' I'M'"���!��', P-  TN  13  J \ ���  1 ��,i\ \  \A/L      J      U ��1       ^ ^ecn6^ts WP projects nof���  Why dOll I tlieyr impressive, imaginative  '���- .' Editor, The Times ,.-.���������'  WHEN The Times, in thb column Sun-       Sir: I'm glad Alderman Shuttlewortl  shine Coastings, started a Why Don't likes hla new name but It's sad thnt hi  They? feature, the idea caught on and has to yont Ids disappointment at Sechelli  there have been some remarkably.good founcll'oILip;grants(being turned. doj.i|  fluggestions. ������������ ��Y makipg personal attacks on,. myM  Most of the ideas have merit and and. John Burnside for the very mlnoi  they aro too goPd to run just once and Srn���tnW��nottl�� in awarding this yearf  forget so Tito .Times has'complied the -fSZ^SSS^'-^ ^ ?onstUuen<#  best ideas and will run them each week       i Couid' understand tht�� '__m,,,iA if 'ill  in this space/We will add to the list f���ct if��SXSCo^Sl M  with the passing weeks nnd we will re, were made," but I have yet to hear nhy!'  move nny that havo been taken care of ono give a sensible reason why SccholtW   ���>��� 1  (providing that we hoar about It.) grants should have been preferred to tlw       I  _,, __. -x^civ^ jri<.|cl"t<> IIioj ^ 11s t C��^ 'jr3iftiM^Vci itonm��>" <>r*c_s tli.��t * Vviairo* <ol��oso��>; jSgc-Xi^> 1��."��_ ����ir>ilc=-3T^^ -^ * ��� r S  cull The Times at 885-9654, 885-2635, tlo,na wore,unimaginative, .poorly supPWi      I  886r2121 or write Box 310, Sechelt, ^d- nnd mndo �� bad impression both with      B  Deforc you call, check the ��� list���It ?J_TVor ftn*d tt!? CA<? ha a whoI��' T1,e^!      "  may already have be'en suited. ^^^^^JTj^     I  WHY DON'T THEY? ��� t0 "r��uo 'or thom. ;f,;      1  ���Put a traffic signal at Wharf Street a  '��n.tho ��",c,r ]��n��d Living History fo'f;       n     on|OVI,UIQ .nmn in nnvono s mo /\nci n win niwnvs nrosoni  and Highway 101? '^^-SSSL^ l^ ��^ ^ f^'     I   i pSSBSRSSSXTr'S^p^Ko^Sd  ^rmonc?m.mcnf by Manpower: "Projec.��      I ���.' and undorstandablo. ; ,        K  As you know by now, wo changod o lot of things last  yonr, Wo gov . you a how return, a now Guide, sovoral now ���, ���  deductions and o fow new rules, And quite honestly, wo wore  more than, a IIUlo coneornod about your roactlon to It all,  (Anavorytvor. Interested 1n'yoar'oplnlbhs;)r*~,**w**,*,^w  Well, now that wo'vo had tlmo jo ronlly look back at It  and assess It ||onostly, It oppoara that most taxpayers did  riot Boom tb Unci It too difficult. Tho error rato did not ac  colorato greatly or change drastically IromformoryonrB,  Qonerally. most taxpayers soomed to handle their now  returns fairly woll, ,, ' ,,  ' , Howovor, Inoomo Tax.wlll novor bo Iho easiest or most'  onjoyablo thing In anyone's ilfcf. And It will always present  est part ot School Kontlf     ,     , vlnco   and   various   Canadian  hintorlcaL  ���Use their car lights, more during   sopiotlcs and knowledgeable persons, jiei'  rain storms and at dusk? commend high priority." ;^'ho Dcpartmehi.  ThePen.nsuu  ��y��  PublUhed Wcdne��d��y�� at Sechelt  on n.C.'i Sunshine Com!  by  Powell River Newi Town Crier  Sc��hclt Time* Ltd,  Ttiox JlO-lSechelt, P.C.  Sechelt 1183*9654 or 885'MJJ  Olbiorw 8B6-2I2I (  Subscription JUtcs: (In ndv>noe)  Local, $7 per yew. Beyond 35 mU����, $*  U,S,A��� $10, OvcrscM $11,  ���Have local hoarding homes for  Ncnlor citizens?  ���Extend'tho shoppers bus to Half-,  moon I)?��y?  ���Dump highway fill at tho ravine  nt tho S-hcmli.7 ,|  ���Slop all large trucks from using  the ferries'froin Friday noon to Mon-  Smlnt the area from Port Mtllon to Pgrnont   (,ftv '��ornillR?  (Itowe Sound to hryls inlet) ���Make junk car dealers fence their  .      f ^ i    I  Scnllw'thnt driving 30 m.p.h, in   jL^S.J.Vij^ ratcl fi^���[^Mi' |  it 50 m n h zone ls danircrous? ,     u^e? ncccl>l��nce, Rnlnconst Chronlci-; �� 1  �� au in.p.n, zone ���� a. ntcroujr legf whlch ncedcd lho continue!; B  Highway 101/ i,.', all over the couniry and wno considered i 1  .^.r-Organlz^.a .permanent:.rccycllnB.���.f  depot for newspapers, glass and cans?    pro^n���mo    n   ' i-       ���_   ���' J I  and undorstandablo,  So.Whatwownnttodonowlsronllyworkqnthoso '  .problom areas, And tho bost way to do that is to work with  you, Individually, on whatovor part ol Incomo Tax (hat oausos  yqu difficulty, *  '   And that's what April Aid la nil about, It's a holp system  and Its primary objective Is to ensure that whonovor or  whatever you need help with, you can got It, And know how  to got It,  r:  (JlJ^S.'j Second, If you're still confused or something Just.'.,,., : ,\  |(py' doosn'taoom to work, phono, Tho number of your'( ���'|V >  U:::.J   own District Taxatlon'Offlco Is bo|ow and at tho  ond of that numbor thoro aro poop|a whoso only job Is to holp . ,���.. h  trixpQ.drawltHproblQms;b  Tuesdays phono linos aro open 'til 6 p,m, So don't hosltato,  If you llvo outsldo the offlco area, call tho Qporatof and " (".'f/1,  ask for Zonlth 0-4000, She will automatically connect you to  your own District Taxation Offlco, Romombor, all calls aro  free, all questions aro answorod; and If you havo queries, wo  wantyouto call,  (pjo, \ Third. Some pooplo profor to talk things ovor In  V,^..'  person, If you'ro ono of thom and havo problems,  )    drop by for froo holp, Anytime, Tho address of your  Islrlct Taxation Offlco la bolow, ,  ,;W, V  The Sunshine, Coast Art_ and Crafty  Workshops application hod this Manpow^'.  er   recommendation:    "Project   sponsor'1  managed similar OFY project and Is   .���  proven * ;m��nag&r.__phlnatone Secondary ,-  School recently burned down leaving atu.)  dents without arts and crafts facilities;  Project would benefit both students and  teachers In nrcn," In Addition this application was accompanied by 20 letters ot'i  support from school principals and local  officials  ns well ns  a petition  bearing  2000 signatures, This Is about 10 times na  .       . . A .  And this la how It  "works; ' -"'������"���*  |   -������!   First. Your Quldo Is always tho  bost anawor whon you novo a problem,  ' fload it, Follow it, It not only gives oxplana  tions, but In many cases, examples of just  how to figure something out,  11415 Vancouver Street, Victoria, B,C,-300-3651  ,    11 IQ West Goprgla Streot, yoncouvor 105,.  ��� B,C;-M0.'64'ir ,:.V.V-      '���'���������,  |     Fodoral'Dldg,, 277 Winnipeg Strom, Pontlctdii, D.C-492-0000  "" Fourth, Writd, To tho adcJros. bolow.'ExplalnVo'ur  i'^y problom as cloarly as poBslblo and Inoludo all In-  -'/<; -      fbrmatlon. (And your return address, ploaso,l In ,. ��� ���  return, wo'll a. swor all letters as quickly and oloorly an1  possible. Romombor--If you nood holp, It's thoro, (And froo),  And oil you havo to do lo ask,     ,  April Aid,  .,���������Jho.ln9orrto,Tnx���holpBystom,.���.....,j ,.; ���,.��� ,, :: ::.  Lot'nmnkoltworkfpryou, '  Together,  we can get it  lm*t  Rovonu* Canndq  Taxation  novAnu CnnndA  ImpAt  Ikiii .1 HiaiifHf'y,Mini*|ifif,, .'. M,i>iirrU'<��n|'i,iy. (iv">���'(��� ��� GIBSONS-^-Kinsmen club   proposals to  construct a community swimming pool,  in the village came one step nearer reality'Jan. 30 when the service club received  '-pproval-in principle from school board  representatives to construct the pool on  school property.   ,  Also attending the meeting were village, council representatives  and members, of Gibsons Athletic Association.  ���The school board  delegation, which  ,'a included chairman  Agnes  Labonte, offered-the Kinsmen two possible sites���  \ either at Elphinstone Secondary School or  j at .Gibsons Elementary.  ;,.y The service club felt the high school  I location would be more suitable.  II Kinsmen proposals call for construction of a $175,000 closed, pool, financed  entirely by the club. It would, then be  f turned over to village for administration.  A starting date of June, 1975 was pre-  v dieted by the Kinsmen present.  /iln the meantime, the club is raising  funds towards the project through a  variety of ventures, notably its shopperama contest.  . In order to qualify for government  grants, $20,000 of the cost of the pool  must be raised locally. ~-  !'  .��(.  A SKETCH club for practicing artists will  be formed, said Mrs. Charles Murray,  Selma Park.  A meeting has been called by the  Squaringly yours  ���by Maurice1 Hett������root  ONCE again,: I .have been flimflamed���  or something has got me so far behind  in my work���that here it is almost square;  ..dance time again-and 1 haven't got last  week's problems.solved yet. As Shakespeare would' have "said, To do or not- to-  do, that is the question',, I dood it. Here  we go, hang onto your chair, I'm in a  hurry., -   ��� .       ��� ' , ���  Last week the Country Stars had over ,  two sets on the floor. Well; this is just  enough  to  hold bur own,  but to get.  ahead in the financial department we  need a few more square dancers turn- ���-"  ing out to help. Of course, some are away -'  on holidays, some have been sick with ;  ye old flu and some are in community ,  projects and one can only be in' one  place at a timer The main thing is to  keep trying. I never give up, if I did  someone would more than likely take ,  over my job.  Last Friday I went down to the Roberts Creek school to give the kids a go  . at, square dancing. Well, it may have ',  been a little noisy, but what else with  eight sets,on the floor. That's 64 young  square dancers to be, I hope, and just  for,the record, they did very well indeed. As I explained to them and to  their loyal teachers, it takes about three  lessons to really get into the fun ot the  square dance world, and once they get  into the rounds and mixers, this too will  give the kids a lot more fun. Oh! They  will have good times to talk about.  I am still looking for information on  square dancing at Powell River and also  < Squamish, or as far as that goes, any  place that wants to have their square  dance activities spread around, you know..  The Peninsula Times travels all over the  world, I know, because I have.sent quite  a number .to new areas myself. In fact,  at last year's Gibsons Sea Cavalcade, I  Wednesday, February 6, 1974-        The Peninsula Times.,,      Page B-3  Mondays: . Candlemaking, 10-_1.2 at Callisons; Leather Design  12-2 at Roberts Creek Legion; Macrame'?^ Roberts  Creek United Church; Music Theory 7-9, .at Roberts  Creek United Church.  Tuesdays:        Carpentry 9-11 & 12-2; Drawing and Painting 12-3;  Weaving (Mrs. Atherton) 1-4; Stained Glass 1-4, all  at Roberts Creek Legion; Drama 7-10'/St. Aiddn's  -   Church Hall.  Wednesdays:   Yoga 9:30-2:30; Sewing 2:30-4:30; Embroidery 2:30-  4:30; Taichi 3-5, all at Roberts Creek Legion.  ��� ��� . _��fV. '  Thursdays:      Weaving for Beginners 1-3; Drawing and Painting 12-  3; Crochet, 3-5, all at Roberts Creek Legion.  Fridays: ���  Drama 7-10, St. Aidan's Church Hall.  Classes are forming in Mechanics for Beginners, Photography, Tanking and Gardening. For any further .information, phone Doreen  Gust 886-9861  or Janine Haughton 886-2159.  ����MIIMMIIW>aii-M��i>��>a������������1���I���>IIMl��_l��t��aiMM^  WHILE THE    REST of Canada is Jan. 31. The flowers are primroses,    ��� ak mh          �����,__.�� ���_�� v,��,_����_-, _   snowbound, the Sunshine Coast,lives jvvfcite heather, pink, heather, lentil  Murrays and other interested artists and    had just come out of the parade and    UP to its name as evidenced by T. E. .ipses  and jasmine.. After  the. pic-  will be held at Murray's studio Feb. 12    met a couple from Canon City, "Colorado    Htgginson of Heather Road, Selma ture,  Higginson presented the bou-  at 8 p.m. To reach Murrays, drive up    U.S.A. They were retired and travelling    Pa r k.  Higginson , displays flowers quet to a Times staff member.  .Nestman Road, one block then turn left    with Good tSam club, I believe. Irving    that bloomed OUtsWe on hlS property  and Anna Johnson,- they spotted the bolo     -���; r-^ rr*^~ :���" ; ���'������'��� ���  tie that I had made and was wearing     ��,   _______   ��. -". . _���  *-l   t_A_s_ v  and wanted to buy it. Well, I said, that ~ anCMICy JCTOttO-1.   MtU .  was made by a great master of art. Yes,  imcuon  TO FIT  EVERY BUDGET FROft��  o  tone .block.  Mrs. Murray said that the club is  intended only for persons, actively engaged in painting and drawing and artists  living between Roberts Creek and Halfmoon Bay are invited to attend the  founding meeting.  The non-profit group will work toward encouragement of a higher quality  of work produced, said Mrs. Murray.  Plywood People plan  display at homeshow  COINCIDENTALY with the opening of  Windsor Plywood is new Gibsons  warehouse-showroom facility, The Plywood People will show off their newest  wares at the annual homeshow exhibition at the PNE.  The homeshow will run from Feb. 8 to  17. Gibsons manager Bob Gillmore hopes  that visitors to Jhe show will look in on  the company booth,   i  he said, he could tell. Of course, I had.  to tell him" that I did this type of work  as a hobby, you see. He said,-"I collect  bolo ties as a hobby and would sure like  to have that ~ one.. "So you know me,  instead of selling the tie to him for  $12.50, I got carried away and gave it  to him.  I now have a standing invitation to  his place if I ever get down that way.  So you see it pays to be nice, so why  not be nice to me and come square dancing.  RUNNING SHOE CHOICES  Many youngsters spend literally all  their waking hours in running shoes.  Since proper fit is essential for growing  .feet, Consumers' Association of Canada  urges 'manufacturers to make . children's  sneakers available in extra-wide and  narrow widths.  THE FOLLOWING i is a list of Pender  Harbour.Secondary School honor roll  students for the reporting period ending  Jan. 28. The asterisk .indicates that the  .student was on the, honor roll in November ���also. ;     o i  Grade 12���June Crosby*, Cindy Edmunds*,  Pat  Davies,  Darnell   Gerlck*,  James Northrup. <  u Grade 11���Mary Cameron*, Eva Dubois*, Donelda Hyatt*.1  Grade 10-^Jim Cameron*, Marjory  MacKay*. Susan McCrindle*. Mike Xam-  merle*. Susan Rae;" -- '������--''  "' Grade 9���Sheila Harris, David Hyatt,  Martin Knutson, Sheila tScoular.,  /"'Grade 8���Russell  Cameron*,   Sandra  Hall,   Kathy   Lloyd*, .Sharon  MacKay*,  Starr Manton*, Tony I*qtts.'  loorcoverinqs  a ���___' V  ,    . .  .  ,  ,  LTDv  GKxwns    O    386-7112  O CARPETS    O TILES  O UNOLiUMS.  9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Tu'es. - Sat.  CLOSED MONDAYS  OPEN FRIDAY NIGHT TILL 9  ' ,   ' . -      , , ..ii-.. i   ,���   - fi;  ����*>j"_?Ma|iaifl|i��ji|aff��affo��pfl��ififri��^^  i.^:��g$S&!��?$i^  m.  A  HJotforaolvo Driving  Quit��..  Mouc�� Construction  E^ooronto  EBaolc Stretch it S��w  Llnggorl�� ami L^Ion'o Pente'  lt.���.  Potfl��*y  Drt-Wln��, ��nd (Palnitin��  kotos' Cyclo Ft-mlllQrlzQtion  Currant fhrente.  BUr. ����toor  Mr. Almond  Mt* Gibson  Mte. Husband!  Mro. Hut.bi.nd  Mr. Egjan  ,  EV3er_ Worn  Mr��. S-oahoo  Wiro. Forot  EV3r. Holoc  '" Rflr.' 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Seckeit   ��   Del 885-9828  JsMahMimmmmmmXimsMmii^hmm  vm  mm  S3���SSS_'  ens  V COMING EVENTS  TWILIGHT THEATRE  Gibsons 886-2827  . Thursday, Friday, Saturday,  February .7. 8, 9  The   Franco  Zeffirelli  Production-- of  "Romeo and Juliet"  Mature  'i Sunday,   Monday,   Tuesday  February 10, 11, 12  .    "Across 110th Street"   '.  starring Anthony Quinn  Mature  Warning - Very violent,' much  swearing and coarse language  WORK WANTED  WILL   butcher,   dress  or.cut  your  meat  or   game,  your  placw or mine: Phone 883-9045.  3044-tfn  FUANACE   installations   and -  burner   service.   Free   esti-  mattjs. Ph. 886-7111.       36-tfn  WILL do duroid roofing, stripping forms, lay drain tiles,  etc.   Phone ,885-9342  or   885-  2107. - 3994-1-  PEERLESS,   Tree   Services-  Guaranteed - insured - work.  Phone 885r2109. 1887-tfn  GENERAL    Handyman.    Carpentry, painting and    light  hauling. Ph. 886-9516. 2285-tfn  Page IM���Peninsula Times, Wednesday, Feb. 6, 1974  CLASSIFIED ADVERTIiiilNlG  RATES. -  Phone:   885-9654  or  885-2635.    Gibsons: 006-2121  Box Numbers -. ���:.��� 50c .extra  All shows 8 p.m. and in color    poR all your carpentry needs,  ''   ''       8814-11       call A. Sheppard Contract-   ing at 885-2978. 3783-tfn  BIRTHS LIGHT    hauling,    deliveries,  house and garden clean up,  "gardening,   furniture, moving,  etc.    Free    estimates.    Phone  886-9503v 3274-tfn  GENERAL house repair handyman- and   light   hauling.  Ph. 886-2770.- ' 4113-13 ,  FISHING rod repairs. Custom  work.    Reasonable.    Phone  885-9570. 3940-12  DIGGING sewer .lines';,garden, etc. Tree service/wood  cutting,    cat   work.  ^Insured.  886-9597. '.   3629-tfn  MAN for odd jobs, painting,  have equipment; wood cutting, have chain saw etc.; windows, gardens etc. Phone 885-  2779. 4103-.3  BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY  ILLNESS FORCES SALE  THRIVING HOBBY SHOP  Steady and  growing  clientel.  All stock, 2 year lease with  January 30 at 2 p.m. Cremat- option.* Plus $1800 revenue  ion. ���     \t ���-,      4109-11 , ir'om sublet. $7000 cash, terms  on balance of $3000, at 8 per  cent. Enquiries write Box 737,  Sechelt, B.C.    8801-tfn  GIBSONS AND SECHELT       -  WBSTBUN DRUGS  : . . . oro pleased toitpo-uor rials  ��� _M6 AaRO-neestienf space, and  extends Bes�� Wishes to tha happy  *��� poicsitv.  STEVENS���Gordon and Fran'  wish to announce the1 arrival  of a daughter Regan,MacKay,  8 lbs. 6 ozs. A sister for Mich-  elyn at St. Mary's Hospital,  Sechelt, January 18,. 1974.   %   ',4092-11  MURPHY���Bob and^ Funni  are pleased to announce the  birth of their daughter Roberta Tammy, 7.6 lbs. Born January 30, 1974.' A sister for  Kim. ._      4119-11  OBITUARY  WOLD���On January 23, 1974,  Ole Larson Wold of Halfmoon Bay, B.C., age 66 years.  Survived by many - friends.  Rev. David Brpwii; conducted  the service in me' Harvey  Funeral Home on Wednesday,  PERSONAL  ALCOHOLICS -Anonymous ���"  Meetings 8:30 p.m. Thursdays, Wilson Creek Community Hall. Phone 885.9327.'��� In  Madeira Park, meetings Wednesdays ' at 8:30_ p.m. in , the -.  Community Hall, i Phone! 883^  2401. 3952-tfn  AUTOPLAN  Obtain your- Vehicle  Licence  and   Insurance   quickly,   no  lineups  Phone MARY or JO-ANNE  for appointment at 885-2235-  24   hrs.           Sechelt, Agencies" Ltd.'  corner  of   Trail   and   Cowrie  8811-11  BAHA'I World Faith and plan  for  all  mankind.' Ph.   885-  9450,   886-2078. 4105-tfn  FOR square dance information  contact Pat  or Jack Whit-  sker, 985-2438. 3273-tfn  LIVESTOCK  SWIFT Feeds ��� H. Jacobson,  < Swift dealer.' Nor'West Rd.,  -Sechelt. Phone 885-^9369. Chicken feeds - Horse feed - Hog  feed--"Cattle feed.. Hay and  other feeds' by order.   258-tfn  ,   \ ; .*.   .   ��� . ...  -Come/ in   and  see   our   new  Tack  display .  . .  QUALITY FARM SUPPLY  All Buckerfields Feeds,  Hardware, Fertilizer..   -  ���Purina-products, - Fencing,  ���'^ Alfalfa' -' Hay'- Straw"  Garden Seeds ��� Seed Potatoes  We are on Pratt Road, 1 mile  south  from  Highway.  886-7527  - 8817-tfn  CHICKS ��� dual purpose ���  Paymaster,    Rhode    Island,  Red   Cross,' White' Leghorns,  CLASSES in  creative  acting, '���' J White Rocks. Ship anywhere  starting soon. Davis Bay. Ph.    Napier  Hatchery, 22470, 84th  885-9450.  4106-tfn  Special rata $3.00oper, month for  2-llne listings In tf)(s classification.  Cash with o/;der only.  Bxtra   Lines,   $1.50   Per   Month.  PENINSULA    Times:    Phone  .Sechelt    885-2635    ov    885-  9654. Gibsons office: 886-2121,   'i , i.  HELP WANTED  __ U-U-   Dependable Mob )Nho Can  Work Without Supervision  Earty $14,000 int..��;, year plus  bonus. \ Coritoct?4��|^tomers, in  Sechelt ��� area. p Limited auto  travel.1 We train. Air mail J,  A. Dick,i Pres., Southwestern  Petroleum, Box 780: Ft, Worth,  Tex-::l:U ��� ... ,W: .a820"U.  ��� -������'������ '��-i-������-!���;'.','..-,'���) :.l,,���;'���, ��� .  PENDER: HARBOUR REALTY UD.  (ON HIGHWAY 101  AT FRANCIS PENINSULA ROAD)  TTTT;  AUTHORIZED  Autoplan  AGENT  ^PTOEiriW^  l,v  WATERFRONT LOT ��� 80', lovely view - Power and  water-F.P. $17,900. - - *  MODEST h6ME ��� Neat 2'bedroom bungalow on  level view lot. Southern exposure. Only $21,000 F.P.  CEDAR HOME -- On lovely view property, Leasehold  land, 3 bea'j-ty>rns, fully furnished, only $29,500.  WATERFRONT ACREAGE ���Approx. 9V�� acres with  350* woterfropt and summer cottage, on Francis Pen*  In5iul$ $60,000 with good terms,  -PEARSON_.IS'_AND-'-^-.24 acres,- close to Pender,.,  Harbour. Good Investment at $125,000.  SMALL ACREAGE ��� with 3 bedroom homo. Creek  through property. Houso needs fixing. F.P. $20,000,  PHONE 083-2794  ��� WE NEED LISTINGS ���  John Breen  883-9978 v  Archie Brayton  883-9926  Jock Hormon  883-2745  Published Wednesdays by .  Powell   River   News Town  Crier  Sechelt Times Ltd,  at Sechelt, B.C.  Established 1963,  As  of  Member, Audi* Bureau  of Circulations -'  March 31, 1973    -     ,  Gross CirculaHon 3500  P*id Circulation 2947,  .,  filed with the Audit Bureau  Circulation,  subject to- audit.  Classified Advertising Rates:  3-Line Ad-Briefs (12 words)  3ne Insertion      $1.20  rhree Insertions $2.40  Extra lines (4 .words) 35c  (This rate does not apply to  commercial Ad-Briefs)  50c Book-keeping charge is added  for Ad-Briefs not paid by  publication date.. ��    \  Legal or,Reader a-veit_jn_ 40c  ,   ...      por count line.  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"-" '-,/,'��� �� !  .,' i  GIBSONS area: Reliable  >young couple with' 2 small  children need 2 or 3 BR home  for March 1. Phone 885-2507.  ,,  'j       '  ,.,    ��� 4114-11'  RESPECTABLE   party ' starting1 business in Sechelt, wishes-to/rent house or cottage,;  Langdale - Sechelt area. Wa-  . terfront preferred. Must have  privacy. Will supply reference;! and .take lease. Also'interested in-option .to buy. Phone  (112)921-7837. after 5:30.   -  '      J.. 4122-11  MOTHER with ��� small. _ child  ���_ needs .a"furnished house, or  suite, from $80 to $115. Needed by Feb. 28. Phone 885-9895  or 886-9506/ -   4125-11  CONSTABLE' with two children, requires -2 or 3 bdrm  house by March'1. 885-2266.  ,   :.��� ^ ������    .   4054-11  'MORTGAGES  FOR RENT (Continued)  HALL for rent. Wilson Creek  Community    Hall.    Contact  Marg Pearson, 885-2337.  3246-tfn  AUTOPLAN  Obtain' your Vehicle  Licence  and  Insurance  quickly,   no  lineups  Phone MARY or JO-ANNE  for appointment at 885-2235  - 24  hrs.  Sechelt Agencies - Ltd.  corner  of   Trail   and   Cowrie  8807-11  TWO bdrm. unfurn. house on  . Reed r Rd.--$160 mon. Avail.  March ' 1. No small children.  886-7261.     iJ '  3790-11  Ave.  RR 7, Langley, 534-6268.  3769-tfn'  2   HORSE   trailer   for   rent.  Cunningham's,   Phone   885-  9927. 3340-tfn  PETS  FREE baby gerblls. Ph. 886-  7839 after 5 p.m.        3787-11  FOR RENT  CLEAN,   warm   housekeeping  room. Private entrance, all  found.  Selma Park.  885-9538,  ,,��� ,  ,, ',,,_,��� ., ,���; 4U7J1  RUBY Lake Motel ���- cabins  available ���, ��� at' wilnter  ratea,  $110 per month. 883-2209;  '  '������'''.��� '.'?,' '��� 3369-tfn  RITZ Motel,; reasonable' dally  and weekly rates. 880-2401,  ' 3407-tfri  FOR RENT (Continued)    i  NOW   avBil'abie,   1   bedroom,  apt.,  W-W carpet,  coloured -  appl.,  3 pee.  bathroom,  $165.  Also bachelor apt., the same,  $150. Both modern and comfortable.' Phone   886-2415   or  .886-7829" 3778-11  ,     ,��� i * f   -   ?*   -     ��� j  WANTED TO RENT   j, \  PENDER Harbour area, 3 bedroom ��� ��� home,,   unfurnished.  Ph.   (112)   883-9969.      4093-12  THE BEACHCOMBERS >  ARE BACK! \  . . . and we need accommodation.'   Contact   Joe   Battista,  P.O. - Borf   4600,    Vancouver  V6BL4A2 or call 684-0246. I  ' "     r'" 8813-tfn  1st AND 2nd MORTGAGES  *     i '  l  _- Residential  - . Commercial  "j .'Recreational', . , .  ���All types of,real'estate financing including builders loans.  Fast appraisal service.   -.  - ACADIAN MORTGAGE  I1,    .     CORP. LTD. J  2438  Marine'i Drive,  West - Vancouver,  B.C.  Phone 926-3256- \  8227-tfn  MORTGAGES  Buying Homes'    "' "  ; Building Homes  Building   or   Buying    Rental  Property  Recreational Property ,or  Cabins  Up to 95% Mortgages  For further information phone  or call in at:  B of M, Gibsons; '886-2216  -B.of M, Sechelt, 885-2221  B of M, Madeira Park,  883-2423  8819-tfn  160, ACRES beautiful elevated-  l 'property, some view,' trails, ���  secluded.   Near   Secret   Cove,  $80,000.'   Write   Box   310,   c/o  The Times,-Sechelt, B.C.  v      ,    . -I 3212 tfn  YOUR AUTOPLAN  CENTRE  K. BUTLER REALTY LTD. .  .   .All Types of Insurance -  '-'   *  > ,, Gibsons, B.C.    .  Phone , 886-2000  or 886-9121   -  Commercial waterfront bldg.  has" 1800' floor area plus owners* t living' quarters of 900'.  "Off street parking. For full  details, ' call NORM PETERSON, 886-2000 or 886-2607,  eves."   '  " ROBERTS CREEK: Upper and  . lower duplex, requires some  : finishing. Beautifully treed  .double lot. Blk. top drive.  .$39,000/  ' Lge. view lot in desirable- location.-$7,900 on terms.  GIBSONS: Cozy 4 room cott-  i ,age in popular area. Nice view.  -Carport. Only $23,000.  1     LISTINGS   WANTED!  .   ^ MEMBER  MULTIPLE LISTING  SERVICE  " ��� Nor-n Peterson 886-2607  Freda DuMont 886-7105  8823-11  ��� ���'���-���������   ��� ��� ���1������!    -     ���--..���-.     ��� ll���l- ������     -     ���-      _.._������_.-  WANTED to buy before July  1, acreage  with or without  house.   Cash  available.   Write  Box 593, Gibsons, B.C.  ^.   3325-tm  BUYING a home? Talk to the  -Royal Bank for your mortgage. New 'mortgages and refinancing available. Royal  Bank, Sechelt. 885-2201. '  ��� 3854-tfn  AUTOPLAN  Obtain your - Vehicle  Licence  and   Insurance   quickly,   no  lineups  Phone MARY or JO-ANNE  for appointment at 885-2235  24  hrs. -  . Sechelt Agencies Ltd.  corner   of   Trail   and, Cowrie  8808-11  8.6 ACRES at Roberts Creek.  . Stream and view. Private.  926-1024. ". '      3922-tfn  V��g___.>v    1  MEMBER OF  MULTIPLE LISTING  SERVICE  BOX 769,,SECHELT, B.C.  STATES LTD.  REAL ESTATE  PHONE 885-2241  .     r DAVIS BAY-   I ��� ��� ''  Choice of carpets and interior colours. 2 fine new homes  ��� to choose from: '   ''  SHANNON.. ,,r,.   -,  ,3 bedroom and full basement,' 1240/scj. ft. home on lovely  view lot in Davis Bay." 2. fireplaces' and ensuite plumbing.  , SIERRA,      y ' ,  3 bedroom and full basement. Oyer'1200 sq, ft. home on  large view lot in Davis Bay. Fireplace and ensulte plumbing.  FOR'INFORMATION  CALL   LEN  OR   SUZANNE  VAN  EGMOND ' '   l  '      '   - % ACRE LOT  Over Vx acre ��� Redrooffs Road ��� Treed with approx.  120 ft.  frontage by 200 ft. deep. Paved road, secluded area, F.P, $6,550.  Call Jack or Stan Anderson.  A-FRAME  A recreation cottage 'of unique design in a quiet area. Approx.  800 sq. ft. on 80' by 270' lot. treed and private. Two bathrooms  and sundeck. A modified A-frame. F,P.  $25,250. Call Jack or   __J ���    Stan Anderson.  DAVIS BAY  SECHELT AND AREA  5 ACRES - WEST SBCHELT  Near Mason &' Nor-West Bay Road. Soma timber, garden roil,  Full price $21,500. Call Jack or Stan Anderson.  WEST SECHELT LOT  ,  Large tread lot���86' frontage. Private driveway, tread, seasonal  stream. $?,500 full price, Call Jack or Stan Anderson.  DERBY ROAD   '.  Trailer lot 56'x158',. Serviced and freed with some ylowi Call  ��� ���[,':,���/.':      Jack or Stan Anderson.,  ������'.',"' ''[i.'     .\\^v/est;sechelt/v.:'.' .;:���.������ :���'���  % c-cra lot, Small year-round creak, R-2 stoning, Trailers permit"  ted, Lots of trees, Power and water. F.P. $10,500, Call Jack or  Stan Anderson.  DAVIS BAY WATERFRONT  108' of flat level beach. Excellent access. Close to all facilities.  House has 2 bedrooms, fireplace and wall-to-wall carpet. Large  concrete patio, 20 feet from the water. Good garage also on  property. Lots Of shade trees. Full price $49,500. Call Jack or  Stan Anderson.  REVENUE  Up and down duplex on view lot. $285.00 per month for both  suites, Only one block to beach. Fireplace In main floor suite,  sundeck. F.P.  $38,000. Coll Jack or Stan Anderson.  VIEW - DAVIS BAY  Delightful post and beam 3 bedroom home. Well established so  all   landscaping   done,   Attached  carport,   Huge   sundeck  with  wrought iron railing. Patio door, All cedar siding. F.P. $37,500.00,  Coll Suzanne or Len ,Van Egmond. .������������  URGE LOT  Nicely treed, Approximately 1 % miles to Sechelt. Trailers permitted. Only $8,900, Coll Suzanne Van Egmond,  WEST SECHELT ' ,  Trailer lot, Cloared arid Serviced. Treed with site already levelled  for mobile home. F.P. $8450.00, Call Jack or1 Stan Anderson.   r���   SELMA PARK   '       '    '    '" '-������������  '-.",; SELMA PARK HOME  4 bedroom home  on view. Landscaped lot,   Paved drive with,  carport, Full finished basoment. Lot Is 80'x125', Good aroa of  now homos. Cedar exterior. F.P. $42,900.00'. Call Stan or Jack  �� Anderson,  NEW 2, BEDROOM VIEW HOME  Quick possession. Vlow of Gulf and Trail Islands. Double fireplace.  Wlthfull basoment and carport, F.P, $36,900, Call Jock or Stan  Anderson,  GIBSONS AREA  5 acres, King Road,  180'xl220'   Rood at side. Heavily tread.  Full price $21,500. Call Jack or Stan Artdorson.  "t>  COZY WATERFRONT COTTAGE - SELMA PARK  Ultra modern Interior, Kitchen hOs fridge, electric range, fluoros.  cont lighting, living room has built-in lounging chairs that dpublo  as bods, Fireplace burn* real wood, Wall-to-wall shag carpotlng In,  living and bedrooms! Anchor your boat behind breakwater In  front of property. $15,000 Includes most of the furnishings, Call'  GOWER POINT  GOWER POINT ESPLANADE  Excellent to aero watorfront building nito. 100x220' at Gowor  point, Power and water at lot. Easy access to good beach. View  across Georgia Strait, Don't be tho ono to "Just m|��" this ono.  Reasonably priced at $22,000, Call Davo Roberts for appointment  ,"      .,��������.-������,.. , ��� - to JnipaKt.".'"""  NEW SUBDIVISION - WILSON CREEK ,,  A selection of residential  sites In Wilson Crook,  priced  from  $6,750 to $11,000. Fully serviced, with good vlow. Paved roads.  Call Stan or Jack Anderson or,Len or Suzanne Van Egmond,   ���> ~ TUWANEK ��� _---  REDROOFFS ROAD AND AREA  REDROOFFS ESTATES  Largo  trood   recreational   properties, 'Approximately  half acre,  , Pavod roads, High elevated aroa. Zoned R2. Trailers allowed,  Priced from $5,950. Bpnk terms, Call Jack or Stan Anderson.  ���SEMI-WATERFRONT  Year-round stroam, Sea 'vlow unique, Hexagon homo on oxtra  lorge creek-front property, Your own private park. Electric heat,  Center fireplace, Approximately 1,000 scj. ft, Full prlco $30,900.   Call Jock or Stan Anderson,  PENDER HARBOUR  TREES - VIEW - BEACH  ..Waterfrc-nt,property, Redrooffs Road., Appro��, J ocre.^full.price,  i ,      '���$ 16,700 cash, Call Dayo Roberts,  WATERFRONT LOT - 1 ACRE  Close to Sachalt, Southern exposure, Great view of Merry Island  and Strait of Georgia, Only il0,50O, Call Len or Suzanne Von  1 Egmond,  000' WATERFRONT ACREAGE  Southern exposure, Protected deep water moorage for fishing ond  boating,   Beautiful   park-like   upland   and   pebble   poach   for  swimming, Excollont far group Invostment or subdivision,  F,P, $125,000, Call Len or Suzanne Von Eomond,  ~-!~ ���"'"'*���VIEW LOT r PORPOISE "BAY���*" ������  Outstanding view of. Inlet, Cleared and ready for building, Closo  to Sechtlt, Only $10,500, Coll Len or Suegnne Van tgmortd,  treIdTot  Irregular shaped large lot wlth'creok, Fully serviced, Full price  $5,25]l\jCajl;Sj^  Daye Roberts  Jock or Stan Anderson  Len or Suzanne Van Egmond  Eves. Phone 885-9785     Eves. Phone 883-9683   Eves, phone 085-2053 or 885-2385  VANCOUVER DIRECT LINE MU-5-5544  SEE US AT OUR OFFICE ACROSS FROM THE SECHELT BUS DEPOT  GARDEN BAY  1,542 sq. ft. 3BR home with den, oil furnace, partial basement,  carport, landscaped lot. Lot could possibly be divided in two when  road and water comes through at the back. .Close to marinas,  ' stores and post office. $43,000. ' '  ROALCOGOR RANCH AT PENDER HARBOUR  Approx. 26-acre ranch on Garden Bay Road with approx. 15 acres  fenced and seeded. Near new. 31x55' barn, shed, rodeo pens, view,-  ing stand and concession stand. Older 2 BR house, fruit trees, two -  year-round streams through property. $75,000.  EGMONT  1. Very large "4 BR home, approx. 244' waterfront on three separate lots. Float. Excellent for a group purchase. $105,000.'  2. 2%   BR home on  70'  waterfront   lot with  float.  Good   for  summer - home   or   year   round   residence.   ,$31,000.  3. Approx. 1 % acre view property with 111' frontage on Egmont  Road and 637' frontage on Maple Road. Has older 2 BR home,  rented for $75 per month, small cabin (12x24) rented for  $20 per month. Lot could possibly be subdivided into several  lots. $47,500.  4. Lot  17���view,lot with cottage, $13,000.   "  7 ISLES MOBILE HOME PARK  Located on approx. 3 acres close to Madeira Park on Hwy.  101  and overlooking Malaspina Straits. Has  11   trailer spaces ready  and plenty of room for expansion.  Monthly rental  $60.00  per  , space. $60,000  VIEW LOTS ��� GARDEN BAY ESTATES  In a beautiful setting,, serviced with paved road, water and hydro.  Public access to waterfront. Close 'to stores, marinas and  post  office.'$6,000 to $10,500.  RAE'S MARINA  2.21 acres'in Madeira Park with 180' waterfront - good gravel  beach/ boat launching Tamp, floats, boat shop 24'x50' with all  necessary heavy shop equipment, marine ways (35 ton capacity  with 2 carriages)/foreshore lease. 4 BR home with partial basement, 1% bathrooms, oil furnace, good view. $105,000.  GUNBOAT BAY  675'   very   choice   waterfront.   Approx.    15   acres   of   privacy,  beautifully treed. Southern exposure. Water access only. $77,000.  VIEW HOME - BARGAIN HARBOUR  Well built, beautifully finished 2 BR home" on two levels. Lots  of extras ��� 2 fireplaces, 1% bathrooms, rumpus room, office,  oil furnace. Also has 3rd bedroom ��� needs some finishing. Covered sundeck and covered carport. Approx. 325 feet to public  beach area, excellent view of Malaspina Straits. And a 1-bedroom  furnished   Panabode  cottage which   rents for  $75  per  month.  $62,000.  ���._    MADEIRA PARK STORE  Busy general store and adjoining 1% bedroom owner's home in  centre of shopping area at Madeira Park. Approxft 100' frontage  on Madeira Road and approx. 100' frontage onflwy. 101, containing 1.09 acres. $50,000 plus stock.  ACREAGE  Near Madeira Park - approx. 2% acres on Hwy. 101, $25,000.  KLEINDALE - approx. 8 acres with creek, 535' frontage on  Highway 101, $25,000.  KLEINDALE - approx.   20  acres of  nicely  treed   property,  $35,000.  FRANCIS PENINSULA - approx. 37 acres, partially' developed  with approx. 3,900'of primary roads constructed. Possible 86  lot subdivision. $150,000.  MIDDLE POINT - approx. 20 acres of nice view property on  Hwy. 101. Treed, with roads and trails throughout, Small cabin  on property. $33,000.   s  SINCLAIR BAY ROAD  Lot No. 4 - Large treed view lot. $7,000.  EGMONT MARINA - FISHING RESORT  Approx, 4.5 acres,. approx, 660' waterfront. 11 motel units,  owner's 3 BR home, lodge with 8 sleeping rooms, restaurant and  store (leased out). Standard Marine station/ bait sales, floats,  launching romp, 8 rental boats camper space and room for  expansion. $250,000.  SAKINAW LAKE  165' deep waterfront. 7 acres of treed property. Water access  only. $25,000  SINCLAIR BAY ROAD  Good family home������ main floor has one bedroom, kitchen, living room with acorn fireplace, bathroom; upper floor has 2 beck  roorris, Full basement, roughed-ln extra bedroom, oil furnace, Sun-  dock on two sides, Needs some finishing, $33,000,  COHO MARINA AT MADEIRA PARK  Approx, 800' waterfront, 3,93 acres of park-llko land. 2 BR  owner's homo, 4 HK units, < camper and trailer sltos,'; washroom.  Marino ways, concrete boat launching raW, 8 rental boots and  motors, foroshoro^ loaso, Marino ropolr shop, offlco, sales of  marine and fishing supplies, Approx. 650 lineal ft, of' floats,  Mercury franchise, Homo Oil and Starcrqft Boats dealer, $260,000  1    ' plus stock,  ,   RUBY LAKE LOT - $4,500   ,     ���  Lot No, 28 - semj-watorfront, approx. Vx, ocro trood lot with road  access, $4,500, ,  7 ISLES RESTAURANT BUSINESS '  Equipment and-businesses BR suite for operatorrNot operating/  at prosent, but could bo quickly' readied for operation, Asking  $18,500. Open to offers, '  CLAY'S MADEIRA MARINA  Approx, 3 acres, 250' cholco waterfront in Madeira Park, 30'x80'  concrete shop building with repair facilities, display and sales  rOom, offlco, stockroom, Owner's 2 BR homo, 7 motel* units,  facllltlos for campor ahd tra|lor units, 5 rental boats and motors,  Idunchlnp ramp, floats, foreshore lease. Largo up-to-date stock  of boats, motors, parts, marine hardworc, Evinrude solos arid service, $250,000 plus cash for stock  ��� ���� HI���waWMIWMh.lillin lii��a �����"��������������� M��aaj  , MADEIRA PARk LOTS  VIEW LOTS - serviced with water and hydro, $7,500 to $9,800,  COMMERCIAL LOTS - In Madeira Park, $16,000 and $20,000,  EARL COVE  Commercial site at Eqrl Covo Forry Terminal, Approx.   10,000)  8n),J],_:_��l|e_^  $37,000,  CALL OLLI OR JEAN SLADEY ^  REALTY LTD.  Madeira Pork, B.C.  Phono Ponder Harbour 883-2233 REAL ESTATE (Com't)
Retirement income with this
6 yr. old lakeside motel with
400* waterfront and 6 rentals
plus owners quarters. Camper'
spaces and lots of room. for
expansion' on 21 acres; within
walking distance to salt,water.
.Asking $99,000.
Over 800' waterfront on 5%
acres' of level land; 300', or
more of floats in safest harbour in area. 5 yr. old 3bed-
, room, full basement home plus
2 summer cabins. Numerous
trailer and camper pads. Asking" only $160,000 fo this bargain.
Large    level   semi-waterfront
lot on Francis Peninsula Road-
Rochester Realty Ltd.
883-2701  or  936-7292
;  8812-11
LAND available in Sechelt
village. Will build to "suit.
' Contact Mission Point -Developments Ltd. Box 547, Sechelt
or phone 885-9951.       3913-tfn
MOBILE HOMES (Cont.)       AUTOS, TRUCKS (Cost*.)       FOR SALE (Continued)
mobile .home. Sundance
Trailer Park. Immediate possession., $2800. 885-2205. or 885-
2842. . *     - .   4127-11
;      WHY ?
Wheii your rent payments will
buy  you  a  mobile  home  of
\your   choice.   No down   payments needed. O.A.C. ,
New 12'x64' 3 bedroom $8650.
New 24'x36' 2 bedroom $10,900
Local 885-2246 or Collect
'    « 434-8771.
Motor Dealer Lie. No. 2240
1971 2 bedroom, 12x60', unfurnished, completely - set' up
in - trailer park at Wilson
Creek. 8'x7' storage shed. Ph.
885-9868 after 6 p.m.   4102-13
2 , bdrm. / FOR   SALE—1968   Chev.  250
engine and automatic ,trans-
mission. Ph. 886-7027. 3775-11
1964 FORD. Fairlane,compact.
6 cyL,' auto. Govt, tested,
body rough. Motor oustanding.
$85.  886-7858. '       3793-11
'66 yw.
Good  running con-
$450.   886-9102. -    -
MOBILE   home   space - avail-
 . . ..   .     able   March  1.   Big   Maple
acres,    vicinity    Trailer - Court. 885-9513.
, 4120-tlrr
APPROX.    3
North Road, Gibsons. $9000
Phone 886-7792. 4036-12
WEST Sechelt: Large view
lot overlooking Trail Islands. This 100*xl50' lot is
cleared with some trees. Fully
serviced and quiet cul-de-sac.
$14,500. Phone 885-9453.
 *■ 4019-11
SEAFRONT    property     with
furnished bungalow, sell or
rent.   Ph.   885-2754.      4095-11
Waterside of Lower Road', between Joe and Bayview Rds.
. Lots serviced with water and
paved roads. Easy beach access.  Ideal summer cottage or
. residential site. Sign on.
CALL OWNER 886-7316
or write Box 9503, c-o Peninsula Times, Box 310, Sechelt.
, 9523-7
. SECHELT—Large   lot   75x150
with   68'xl2'  mobile  home.
Will   sell   separately.   Phone
885-2188. 4097-11
SELMA PARK—Lot   100x135'
cleared, view on Trail Bay:
'   $8000. Ph.  885-2709.      4048-12
NICELY treed view lot, fully
serviced. Lot 19->lWesjack Rd.
near Madeira Park. By owner.-
Ph.   (112)   594-0656.       3786-13
WEST Sechelt. Large view
lot, overlooking Trail Islands. This 100'xl50' lot is
cleared with some trees. Fully
serviced on quiet cul-de-sac.
$14,500. Phone 885-9453/
2 acre view lot, $23,900. Ph.
•386-9301. 4111-13
" Stream,     Sheltering     Islands,
Gently   Sloping   Beach,   Oyster Lease, Close to Best Fishing. ,
If you are looking for the
, most beautiful and most useful waterfront acreage in B.C./
this vacation paradise should
interest you. Complete with
tall trees, easy highway-access,
small house, outstanding view,
lots of driftwood. ,,,
Two beautiful, small offshore
islands form the outer borders
of a quiet, protected bay, directly in front of our 750'
Prime Resort Property
OWNER: 883-2255
NEW 3 bedroom houso. Phone
880-2417. ' 2551-tfn
LEVEL   treed   lot,   103'x401\
On   all  services.   Driveway
in. $13,500, terms, Phono (112)
826-9208,      ';■■,.,'.:■;. 4030-tfn
,   10'x40\  NEW  oloc,   boat,   In
Big Maple Court; $4000, poss.
March 'l.   Phone   (112)   80S-
2489, 4108-11
FOR  SALE  na   is,   '62  GMC
school bus conversion. Opon ■
to offers, 000-7707 after 4 p.m;
AYERS   Mobile   Homo  Park.
Wo havo two trailer spaces
Sunshine Coast Mobile
Home Park and Sales
Hwy. 101 Gibsons Ph. 886-9826
New models now on display:
12x66 Statesman, 3 BR, utility room, $13,000, incl. tax.
12x68 Diplomat, deluxe 3 BR,
separate DR, fireplace, $14,700
12x66 Ambassador, 3 BR, 2
bathrooms,.. fireplace, dishwasher, $15,000.
12x60 Statesman, 3 BR, shag
carpet in MBR and LR, $12,000
24x48 Embassy, twin-wide) 3
BR, fireplace, DR, dishwasher,
All models include 2 dr. frost
free fridges, deluxe ranges,
washers ajKL dryers,, custom-
made furniture, delivery and
complete set-up. All taxes included,, no hidden charges. No
extras to buy.
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LET us finance your next' vehicle!  Arrange your  financing,, first   and   save,   at   the
Royal Bank, Sechelt, 885-2201.
"   .    '      ' r ,3855-tfn
1967 PONTIAC Lawrentian, 4
door sedan, 283, V-8 engine
auto. $450. Phone 886-2133.   .
•65 CHEV % ton. Phone (112)
883-2242. 4024-tfn
1971   G.M.C.   % "ton,   custom
cab, canopy, auto. $3250. Ph.
(112)   883-^663.    '   '      4107-11
TWO '69 FORDS. Ex-taxis.
• Good transportation. Offers.
885-2251.       --    .    ■ .   3970-tfn
1968 G.M.C, Va-Xotx panel
6 cylinder, 4 speed, 'no spin
rear end, new rubber, mechanically  sound   $1,600.
1968 G.M.C. %-ton 4x4
Pick up, radio,'' new rubber,
V8 motor, 4 barrel  $2,000
1   1966 G.M.C. 3-ton
5    speed    transmission,    two
speed   rear   end,   V8   motor,
steel flat deck and bulk
head   I ll...!......:....   $1,500
PHONE 883-2733
, 95'22-tfn
1961 CHEV sedan, 61,000 orig.
miles,  new  shocks,   brakes,
valves,   tires,   $350.   Ph.   886-
2401. 3785-tfn
■60 CHEV- for sale, 250 engine.
Auto,  trans.  886-7027.
1965 DODGE, 6 cyl. auto.,
custom radio, well maintained and economical. Should be
driven to bo appreciated,
$325,886-2334. 3794-U
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Obtain your Vehicle  Licence
and  Insurance  quickly,  no
.lineups ', -■- ■
Phone1 MARY or JO-ANNE
, for appointment at 085-2235
24  hrs.
Sechelt Agencies'Ltd.'
corner  of   Trail  and  Cowrie
,,     8800-11
HONDA  100 Motorcycle,  900
ml,,  ns   new,   Cost  $700   -
.-aoklnff*$4B0t*i Phono ,-805.2522
or   085-2619, 4089-12
'60 PONTIAC auto. 6 cyl. Reliable   transportation.   Best
offer.  Ph. .885-2325.     4037-12
'68 MERCURY % ton, $1800.
Phone  885-2305. 4123-11
MOVING, must sell 12' clink-
er  boat with 5 hp motor.
Good   condition.   Phone. 886- ,
2983.  4112-11
33 HP MANUAL start John-
son  with  controls. $225 'or
trade   for   smaller   OB.   883-
2255 eves.   „~ 4010-11 >
19'  DOUBLE  ender $450.  18'
clinker type $250. 35 hp OB
Mercury  $175.  12'  boat trailer $100. Phone 885-2305.
'      '       .       4121-11
21', FIBREFORM    with'  165
, Mercruiser motor. Immacul- -
ate condition. Excellent price
for quick sale. Phone 885-2418.
' 4042-12
TAKE individually or all for-
$22,000. 1973 John Deere cat.
model" 350B equipped, with' ..
dozer, arch,' winch, WCB logging canopy, $14,000. 1972
Chev 1 ton truck, 19,000 miles,
$4,000. 1966 Land Rover '4
wh. drive, 20,000 miles, $2,000.
v 1970 • Chieftain camper,' .large,
roomy, ideal for extended travel "or work, \all facilities,
$2,000. Hobart welder and
1969 home made trailer,'$750.
12* plywood boat and 5% Evinrude oujpoard motor, $250.
Stihl chain saw with 0 boom
auger attachment' and extra
bar $375. Tery 5 fire pump
and 150tf' 1W hose, $350: Two
bdrm. suites, 1 blonde, 1 walnut, $125., 886-9597. 3795-11
CHILD'S, car, seat. Phone 885-
2362.      -       •   _        .  4124-11,
70 Cords of Mixed Wood
for Porpoise Boy Campsite
30 Cords forTSechelt
,   Campsite
Start   of   delivery   April* 1st,
1974.   Written   quotas   necessary,  forward, ,to: .
Dept. of Recreation & Conservation. P.O.  Box 644, Sechelt
,   Phone 885-9019
LEONARD fridge, $60. Phone
' 886-2582. 4091-11
PROPANE   Generator   power
plant. $600 cash. Write Box
47, Garden Say, B.C.    4017-11
GREAT books' of  the  Western World.  54 vol. set by
Enyclopedia Britannica. What
offers.   885-2507.    ■       4115-11
1971 CASE 580 backhoe, 1900
- hours, new valve,, bank.
Available to view 3833 Lancaster Road, Victoria or phone
(112)  479-6820. 4096-13
CEDAR fence posts, any size.
'    WiU   also   install.  Ph.   885-'
19342  or 885-2107. 3993-lTr
stand.. -BW.   Positively   like
new. l18   months   old.   Have
.purchased  color.  $125,  Phone
885-9049. 4116-11
Obtain your Vehicle Licence
and   Insurance   quickly, - no'
. lineups •   ,
for appointment at 885-2235
24  hrs.
Sechelt Agencies Ltd.
corner  of   Trail  and  Cowrie,
WHOLESALE   lumber,   rough
and    planed,    $50-$95'  per
thousand   feet.    Call   collect
926-1024. 3784-tfn
' Multiple 'Liftings Service
Box 238, Gibsons, B.C. ^
"     NOTARY PUBLIC —. PHONE 886-2248
HOPKINS LANDING -- Lot 50x150' on corner. 150'
.from good beach, water aYQllpble, $9,500.
ROBERTS CREEK ^r:2]/k acres, good garden soil.
FriM troesancl nice*|^yni'"'Back""pQrtlonli|coly"trood.""'
Solid 2 bedroom homo, guest cabin and workshop.
F.P. $45,000,
ALSO— Nice quiet road, lot 65x195',"2 bedroom
home community water, electricity ond phone, Priced
ot only $15,500.
M«mb«r Vancouver Real Estate Board
STUDIO    Knitting    Machine,
886-7074. . - ■ ,     3998-11
14* BOAT with 30; H.P. John-
soh, runs well, $175; ,1963
Ford station wagon, runs, $75; >
2-14" chrome wheels and fat
tires for Ford, .$45. Phone 885,-
2821.  .   ;'- . 4098-11
Model   223,  Ingersol   Rany , 4
cfm, max. 3,000 psi, complete,. ,
Can b$'seen running. $2100 or
-., best, offer. ,
GORDY, 883-2444 .
■ *>'    • ,      8773-9
JOHN Deere model 110 lawn
' and garden tractor. C-W
Flair mower, rotary motor arid
sickle bar," $850. , Fridge, $25/
Two 24" elec. ranges, $40 ea.
Sunshine - Coast Trailer Park,
Hwy, 101,, Gibsons. 886-9826.
•       -., .,, ;. 3792-tfh
new -picture tube, $50; 2
elec. heaters, 15oo watts, auto,
$15 and $-18; Coleman 2 burner camp v stove, $10. Ph. 885-
2316. ''.,.' 4099-11
FIREPLACE   wood   for. sale.
Alder, and. fir.   Phone  885-
9311 or 883-2417. 3233-tfn
WRINGER'washer, like new,
$65.   Phone. (112)   883-2563.
4 SNOW tires,  6x13; used, '2
for $25. Phone 885-2807.
 r, ■ v     4129-11
42 GAL. galv. boat fuel tank,
$40, . Also , 352   engine   and
auto, trans. $200. Good condition. - 883/2255. 4011-11
1 i" '        	
Obtain- your/Vehicle Licence
and-.Insurance' quickly,   no'
Phone MARY or JO-ANNE-
for Appointments at 885-2235
24  hrs.
Sechelt Agencies Ltd.
corner   of Trail > and^ Cowrie '
"l    rf* »•   ."-      •-    •■' 8810-11  '
TELESCOPE  Fasco  refractor,
like brand hew, withstand,
for   star   gazing, , $95. ■ Phone
885-2779. 4104-11'
WOOD — not delivered,  $25
Cord..,phone  886,7128..
,»' •  tV,- 'l - ;   i   3782-12
SIX 14"''tires, $12. Phone 885-
.9028.-  4126-11
1  CKfESTERF^ELD  and mat-
ching'.chsiuy Spanish styling.
Rev, cushipns, black vinyl, red
fabric/$140.   Phone   885-9859.
11  ■
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B.C.  IS A
Gibsons, B.C ^   ,886-2481
CHASTER ROAp - 5 acres, Iflat, seml^-cleared, good
soil $22,000.     1     , /
: ■.',.. «- - —•■ t .i1-'1 ■.
COMMERCIAL BUILDING - Hwy. 10,1 'close to shopping centre, 1,300 sq, ft, of finished; Store,'1,200 sq.
ft. unfinished shop area complete with one-bedroom
suite with basement on lot 185x140, This con be one
or two stores as desired, In a grovylngjocatlofi. Fu|l
•--:,-:•*; -■ ""•" ■""■' prjCQ $68,000,' "" '•"'■' •:"-"•■
NORTH ROAD - Five acres, site cleared for building,
cased well, Building site cleared. $22,000,
PRATT ROAD-2% cleared acre«i with enlarged mobile
homo, 3 bedrooms, large covered (sundeck. Built to
look like a frame homo, $36,900.
GOWER POINT - One of this area's finest post and
beam homos, 4 bedrooms with drisulto plumbing, attractively decorated, largo llvlngroom, wall-to-wall
carpot, has feature brick fireplace wltlvbuilt-in fuel
box, Futuristic kltchon has brick background, opon-
Ing onto dining area that has glass doors to sundeck,
Family room has soparate bar-room, utility room completes this 1;900 sq ft. of luxurious living.-Proporty Is
150><175 and lias"a^pahoramlcvlQW of Goorgid Straits;
Make an appointment to ?oq this houso now.
NORTH ROAD - 5 acres, two trailers fully furnished
and third pad rented. All sites fully serviced, $41,500.
Excellent Investment rcyenuo,
K. A. Crotby 886-2098
Mlk« Blonty 8Bt5-743d
J, YlMtr 886-2531
Don Sutherland 885-9362
1 r. J
PHONE (24 Hours) %1T%S>
(E. & O.E.)
«.    BOX 128, SECHELT, B:C.
Open 6 Days a Week — No Lineiips
ie for Appointment
ain your Licence
and Insurance
TILLICUM       #20B-2-967
Halidqy come retirement lot.  Easy to manage; for building- or
landscaping. Can vou do better at $5500.00. Jock_Worn 886-
'-'" 2681. eves. .
ROBERTS CRE_K ACREAGE . , ; . ,     #15-3-076
Five acres level wooded land on side road, .near Beach Road. R2
zoning,   not  included .in  agricultural   reserve.   $27;500.00  full
price.- Terms.  Jack White 886-2935  eves.
2 bedroom older home,   large living room,  carpeted.  Excellent
kitchen plus utility room,,'Good roof, house well painted. Water
and hydro, automatic gas furnace'. Asking $24;500':0O bring an
offer. Very good beach access. Peter Smith 885-9463 eves.
WAKEFIELD ROAD /' Apsr.   #21-2-996
2.6 acres in choice residential area of West Sechelt. Create your
own dream home on this estate-size property, sheltered and bordered by a delightful stream. Serviced by hydro, phorie and city
water on road..Full-price $21,000. DON, HADDEN 885-9504 eves.
Yes  -   $6,0Q0  full,price   for   this 98.9'xl52'   lot/  hydro  and
water are 522 feet away. Partly cleared, some trees. Buy this,
hold it, and see your investment grow. "Zoned Rl. Peter Smith
885-9463 eves.
ROBERTfe£R^EK- .. ._« '«__., '       ■ #3-073
FARMERS, keep your horse/ cow and chickens on this 5 acre farm
property with 4 bedroom house. Most of the ground unqer cultivation with well-established fruit trees and berries. Plenty of water
.   , for garden. Don Hadden 885-9504 evenings.
Level, cleared lot in quiet area. Serviced with hydro and water.
Close to public beach access. Zoned for permanent mobile home
location. New homes in.jmis area make this lottery appealing.
Ready to-build on. Full price $7,500. LEE R. BROWN 885-2437
COUNTRY LIVING ■' '    ' #2:972
Come and see this well built home, all electrically heated with
separate garage and workshop, on a large lot 125'xl42' just a
sh.ortKwalk ..to;!.Government Wharf.  Down, payment  $5,000  to
full price $32,000 balance ot  7 per cent amortized over iB'-
years. Pot Murphy 885-9487 "eves.
EUREKA - REDROOFFS1 " , . '     #3056
2 bedroom .home' on beautiful landscaped lot approximately Vi
acre,   southerly ■ view,   look   no  further  this   is   It,   full   price'
$35,0,00.00. Pat Murphy 885-9487 eyes.
GIBSONS '   ' ' ' #6-3-029
A home with lots of, extras 2 storeys abaye _rade. VLA built on
>/_ acre view lot. It Its a quqllty home you want, enquire for
particulars.  Full price $52,000,00 Jack Warn 886-2681   eves.
Just being completed,' move In any day now. Two storey home'
with many extras. 'Main floor features large living room, good
sized kitchen attractively planned, two bedrooms, modern bathroom plus en suite in bedroom, Lower floor could bo several
more bedrooms and a rec. room, there's a bathroom there tool
(possibly for rental ,sulte). Near lot, cleared, size 66x122' lane
at rear. Listed for, ,$42,000.00 existing mortgage $20,000 plus
government 2nd and $17,000 cash. Try your offer when you have
seen It. Jack Wblto 886-2935 eves.
VIEW HOME #3-062,
Horo Is a now 2 bedroom homo, to be
finished approximately end February.
988 sq. ft. full basement, 2 fireplaces, all services.)Full price $37,^
200i, Financing arrange*} by Vendor,
cpn be assumed by approved ,pur,*
chaser, Peter Smith 885-9463 eves.
4.25 ACRES - GIBSONS #3-040
Select acreage at the going rate. Serviced with hydro. Buildings in
area indicates probable water source. Level, we|l treed; <Looks like
good soil, too. Full price $22,500. Compare prices'of other acre-'
age. LEE R. BROWN 885-2437 evenings.
-GIBSONS ;        ,,, #6-3021
4.8 acres, handy to ferries, ,on main traffic route.  Deep rich
moisture retentive sbil. $20,0O0l0O, Jack Warn ,886-2681 eves.
DOLPH,IN STREET - SECHELT ,-       V~" ' M   #19-3-063•
Here's 1200 sq, ft. of living space, with four (4) bedrooms. Nicely
planned with good sized living-dining area, utility" storage room,
etc, Lot pleasantly lanscaped, lane at rear. OtfW (5 years old.
$35,000.00  try your offer.  Jack White  886k2935  eves.
 , .        1'; f
Want a large garden - good soil? Here is an acif^ox $10,000,00
only $2,500.00 down. Road frontage 139 fee^'^P foot depth.
Hydro, Well on property. Good building sites, ion'ed R2. Peter,
Smith  885-9463 eves.      >    »'<•
r_u_ _ /\"-rc__ ur -Arnf -. 'Iji        wa-vvy
150' of tho best protected waterfront with 250' a'ri highway 101.
Northerly exposure, Plus owners 3 bedroom homo'approximately
1200' plus 3 self contained cabins 2-1 bedroom arid .j-2 bedroom.
All electrically heated furnished, and ready for rental; Plus 4 boats
and .3 o/b motors, plus float and ramp, at low. tide there Is still
eight feet of water at Dock. Pat Murphy 885-9487.
142x135 foot lot, panoramic ■ Wer
view, can be 2 lot», All services to
proporty lino. Area of new horrios,
v|cw cannot be spoiled. Full price
$21,000.00. Peter Smith 885-9463 -
Don Hadden 885-9504 eves,
First tlmo offered « remodolled homo
on 99,8 foot of watorfront has 2 bedrooms down, 3 up, largo IIvino and
dining aroas, Near now electric furnaco, brick flreplaco, This merits q
really good look, Full price $53,000.
Don Hadden 885-9504 - Poter Smith
085-9463 eves.
ROBERTS CREEK    , #3-083
TwP brand new 2 bedroom homo*,* on
separate |ot», Housowlfo will enjoy
handy compact kitchen with lots of
cupboards, Woshor hook up, ■ Dooutl-
ful extra large master bedroom with
wall to,wall.twist carpet, Bathroom
Is lovely with 4 pco, colored plumbing. Large living and dining area with
wall to wall twist carper, Sundecks,
What a barpalnl House and lot only
$28,750,00, C R, Gath*rcolo 886-
Winding crook with waterfalls and
pools, A winding wooded rood over a
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->v« A\~,  U\  J  LEGAL NOTICES,  Province  pf British  Columbia  CHANGE   OF  NAME  ACT    ���  (Section 6)  NOTICE   OF   AFP_.ICATI0N'~  - FOR  CHANGE   OF  NAME  Notice is hereby given that  an application will be made  to the Director-iOfi.Vital Statistics . for a change of name,  pursuant to the provisions' of  the "Change of Name Act",  by me: LAURAl-EI GAYE  SHERIDAN of RR^.l, Sechelt,  in the. Province * of British  Columbia, as follows:  My minor unmarried child's  name from JASON' COLLINS,  to JASON SHERIDAN.  Dated this 30th day of January,  A.D.   1974.  LAURALEI. SHERIDAN  -   8815-pub.  Feb.  6, 197'4  _____________   __________  APPLICATION FOR7 A  PERMIT UNDER THE  POLLUTION CONTROL ACT  1967 (REFUSE)  This application is to be  filed with the Director, Pollution Control Branch, Parliament Buildings,-"Victoria, British Columbia.'" Any person  who -qualifies as"_h objector"  under section ' 13(2) of the  Pollution Contrplr'.Act, 1967  may, within 30 -days of the  date of application, or within  30 days of the date of publication in The British^ Columbia  Gazette or in a,* newspaper or,  where service is required,  within 30 days ,of ,the serving  of-a copy of the-application,  file with the Director an objection in writing to the granting of a permit, stating the  . manner in which he is affected. Those who do' not so Qualify may file with-.the Pollution Control Board an objection in writing" under section  13(6), in the same manner and'  time period- as described a-  bove.  MacMillan Bloedei Industries Limited of 26th floor, ���  1075 West Georgia Street,  Vancouver, B.C. hereby applies to the Director^ f or a permit to discharge \r_fuse from_  booming ground^��� Stillwater-  Division located at Wilson  Creek, approximately 4 miles  southeast of Sechjeit, B.C., and  gives notice' of the1 application  to all persons affected.  The refuse-disposal site shall  be located at DL 1029, Group^  1, NWD which is approximately 5 miles southeast of Sechelt, B.C.  The   type   of  refuse, to   be .  discharged shall' bei as follows:  Average daily discharge (based   on   operating   period)   925  cubic yards (3,700 cubic yard-  two  year  total).   The   operating  period during which the  fefusew will be discharged shall ,  be1' 4"days,   once 'every   iwo *  years,'    during     one     month  (either   February,   March,   or  April).  The nature or ' characteristics (in per cent by weight)  of the refuse to be dscharged  is estimated to be as follows:  ' (a) Silt���50% (b) Sand���30%  (c) Wood FibreT-20%.  The type of treatment to be  applied to the refuse is as follows: Material deposited will  be levelled and compacted after each dredging operation.  ��� When landfill reaches the original land contour area will  be reforested with desirable  tree species.  I, E. Willmott, Acting Secretary Treasurer, hereby certify that a copy of this application has been received by  the Regional District of Sunshine Coast.  Wt  This application, dated on  the 11th day of January," 1974,  was posted on tho ground in  accordance with the Pollution  Control regulations.,, '  W. H.i,MEHAFFEY'  8821-pub. jj$b. 6,  1974  Rage B-6  The Peninsula Times  Wednesday, February 6, 1974  Madeira Park Happenings  IN HOUSE sports,  Team II is winning  with 18  points and teams I and. Ill '  are tied for second place with 15 points.  Floor hockey is being played at. noon.  The money raising for the school trip  is coming along very well with $2500 being the bank balance at the present time.  There is still some money to come in  from bottle sales and from the February  Frolics held last Friday night at the Community Hall.  The teachers at Madeira Park led by  Mr. Rees,playd the RCMP led by Constable Ogden, a series of volleyball games.  After a> close, set of games, the teachers  won out two games to one. Everyone  enjoyed the play, very much, especially  when they handcuffed Mr. Stelck to the  volleyball standard during the game. A  re-match will be played in February.  A chess club is going strong at noon  hour on Fridays at our school. Mr. Wish-  love is the sponsor and tournament com-  petitprs are: Todd Mair, Riccoh Talento,  Billy ��� Peters, Tracy Houghtelling, Violet  Bilcik, Bob Kobus, JenniferrWilcox, Paull  ���by Kim Small  Phillips, Ian Campbell and Rae Harris.  ' The Coad^ Puppets will be at our  .school this Friday and-everybody is looking forward to seeing them. This year's  presentation is called Little Ghost- Gil-  roy.  Trust in God means  protection, says church  WHAT does it mean to know God arid  to trust His presence and power?  , It means knowing that nothing, absolutely nothing, can separate us from God's  love'. Then hatred, injury or any problem  cannot disturb us. And the. solution is  always a right concept of-God and of  man in His image and likeness.  For further information or literature  concerning Christian Science, please contact Mrs. Augusta Watts, RR 1, Sechelt  or phone 885-9778.  Joan Proctor   ��   . . .Strait talk  "WHAT is that racket coming from your  brother's room?" I asked by daughter.  ���'Guess   Who,"   she   sa|d   completely  unperturbed.  "I don't want to play guessing games',"  I said impatiently, "I just want to know  what that noise is."  "But Mother, that's what it is, The  Guess Who. They're a recording group."  "Oh," I said trying, not to sound too  out, of it, "well thank goodness that re- -  cord's finished. Now what's - that he's  playing?"  "That's  Chicago," she said.  "The whole town?" I asked.  "No, Mo - ther! It's another name for  a recording group.^JYou know, like Iron  Butterfly,   Deep   Purple,   Led   Zeppelin  and Grand Funk".  "Honesly',, I said, "it seems just a  , short time ago that when someone men-  ' tioned Chicago they were talking- about  ;,the city.- Deep Purple was the-name of a  'piece I used to play on the piano and  " Grand Trunk was a railroad." . -  "The group's, called Grand'Funk, not  Trunk," she said disgustedly.       <"  "Well,   whatever.  The  names  of  the  groups are as crazy, as the titles of their  songs. Why at times it's almost embarr-'  assing having to go into a record shop  and ask for some of today's titles. I mean,,  how., .would- it sound if J.-, wandered into"  a store  and saidN to  the salesman, "Hi .  there, do you have The Muscle of Love?  On the other hand I'd also sound pretty ridiculous asking, for a Doo Doo Doo  Doo Doo by the Rolling Stones. Or how'd  it sound if I walked up to the . counter  and  said,   "Hi  fella,   do you  have  The  - Love, I Lost, or Time in a Bottle?  . "He'd probably surprise you and say,  'No lady, I don't have any of that stuff,  but could I interest you in Paper Roses,  Blue Collar or Flip, Flop and. Fly? said  my  daughter.  "Or else," said my son, "he'd suggest  you try Smokin in the Boy's Room by  the Brownsville Station. That's a big hit  right now."  "You know," I said thoughtfully,  when I was a kid we didn't have dumb  titles like now."  "Yes   you   did,"   said   my   daughter.  "How   about   Rock   Around  the   Clock,  ���': Blue Suede Shoes, White Sport Coat and  A Pink,Carnation and You Ain't Nothln  but a Hound-dog".: ;:  "It's just as I, said earlier, we didn't  have dumb titles- then. Those sound perfectly alright to me," > ���  ' "|-1"' -��  .,-      .  MANY new, interesting pointings on display at Miss Bee's, SecheU.  WHEN YOU'RE 97;you can take advantage of your age and surround  yourself with attractive women. And  that's what J.., Milf ord McAllister did  Feb. 2,-when he celebrated his 97th  y^aJiUiLadieis t attending    the non  agenarian are from left: Carol Dubois, his' grand-daughter; Audrey  McAllister; grand-daughter-in-flaw;  Helen Gow, family friend and Mildred Swain, his daughter. See accompanying article.  |:' -AUTOMATIC TlUNltfNr  ANSWERING SERVICE  @ Answers phone' (in your own  voice)  ��   Records incoming messages  miMmim��n, iiiiiiim .---------------. ,    ���  $149.95 EACH  (installation  and batteries incl.)  Nonagenarian going strong  For free demonstration call  Ed Nicholson ��� 885-2896  mm^m^i^&z?m>  TOTEM CLUB  I  by Mary  Tinkley  CELEBRATING   his   97th   birthday   on  ' Feb. 2, J. Milf ord McAllister can look  back on nearly a century of change and  development.  Born near St. John, New Brunswick  in 1877, he became a commercial fisherman, fishing the treacherous waters  around New Brunswick in a rowboat and  riding out storms in ��� the Bay of Fundy.  During the winters he would work as  seaman on a square rigger, carrying  freight between eastern ports.  At the age of 46, he came to the west  coast where he was to spend another 30-  years fishing in River's Inlet. He started-  there fishing in a sailboat but later got  himself a gilnetter and became net boss  at the B.C. Packers Cannery. He retired  in 1955 and after spending sever al summers in Halfmoon Bay,'settled there permanently in 1965. His wife Clara, his  devoted companion for over 60 years,  died in 1967, a few months after the.:  celebration of their, 60th wedding anni--  'versary. ,. -  \  For the past few years, Feb. 2 has,  been a red letter day on the Halfmoon i  Bay calendar. Not only is *it Mr. Mc-,'  Allister's birthday, but it is the weddingi  ��� anniversary of his daughter and son-in-'  law, Mildred and Bill Swain, and Feb. 3(  is also Mrs. Swain's birthday. So for)  several years the date has been celebrated;  with open house at the Swain home, with'  Mrs. Swain as hostess. This year, she hadi  only just returned from a, stay in Stli  Mary's Hospital and was not strong!  .enough to cope with tho usual party, buti  several members of their family visited,  them to oiler congratulations and good,  wishes. Among them were Mr. McAlli--  ster's grandson, Larry McAllister, and  wife Audrey from Vancouver, his grand-i  daughter, Carol Dubois, with husband  Larry fromCqquitlairrt, his nephew, Sid  Wilson of .Gibsons, with, Mrs, Wilson, and'  Helen Gow^from Burnaby. His son/Fred'  McAllister spent ten days with him while,1  Mrs,' Swain was i'n St. Mary's ���Hospital;,  Always a man or magnificent physi-l  que,,with a core' of good health which  has stood him in good stead over the  years, Mr. McAllister is well up with the  times and flies to New Brunswick by jet  to visit his friends and relatives there.  One part of his usual birthday celebrations which he did not forego this year  was to swing his partner in a dance. ,  LAUNDRY PRECAUTIONS  Clothes should not be subjected to an  agitation wash cycle beyond ten minutes.  Agitation beyond this point does not remove additional dirt and causes unnecessary wear on the fabric.  )���  VOLVO CARS & STATION WAGONS  INTERNATIONAL   TRUCKS   AND  RECREATIONAL VEHICLES    _  PHONE:    278-6291  O.   C-.   yrllickeyj  (~-oe  Ben Jacobsen Motors Ltd.  369 No. 3 ROAD      - RICHMOND. B.C.  s��;a��i��;t8��^,ifiS^  gggg  fmjBMMiMJrWm  tmmasamamMmmimmsdflgr  ,' - Yotilr'MERGRlUISER Headquarters on the Sunshine Coast  ^REPAIRS ^INSTALLATIONS ^ SALES  <  165 h.p.  ^'WERCRUlSEft"  Motor and Leg overhauled  $1450  6t ;������'���'��������� '������������;,_, _',i,i : :   ���   :, , ,    =1'  160 h.p.  MERGRUISER  Motor completely overhauled,  .now ourdrivo & trim cyllndors  $1450  ; *n��vw-'p��fwwvfH\*wwwv!*''"Mwiim^ ;  OUTBOARD?:  -SLIGHTLY USEDJ7Z  1      9.8 h.p. MERCS  $465  1971 7.5 h.p, MERC}  $309  NEW 1973  9,8 h.p. MERC  Regular $620  $515  __*  NOW IS THE TIME TO THINK ABOUT RE-POWERING YOUR INBOARD/OUTBOARD OR INBOARD  FOR SPRING  MADEIRA PARK  S3  PHONE 883-2248  'BE^RrawE  mammssssLi  f  t  *��  & \  HERE'S YOUR gavel, Morgan  ;Thompson, right, outgoing Sechelt  Chamber of Commerce president  told newly installed president Bob  ���Scales at   the installation banquet  last week. Looking on with some trepidation is Lew Baldwin, vice presid-'-  ent. Speaker   at the banquet was  Harry Olaussen, NDP   member of  Parliament, Coast-Chilcotin.  faEWLY  INSTALLED as president banquet at Peninsula  Drive-in,  "of Sechelt and District Chamber of Thursday. Olaussen spoke on his role  Commerce, Bob Scales, - left, posed as an MP,  with MP Harry- Olaussen following  Olaussen tells chamber  to assume  SECHELT���How does  a newly  elected  < member of Parliament go about taking on his new job?  1 i Harry Olaussen can tell you what has  to bo.done now, but when he was elected  to Parliament,  he  was  a babe in the  woods, and he didn't have any guidelines,  .jje told the installation meeting of the  Secholt and District Chamber of Commerce, Thursday night. ,  '.'",���  Olaussen, guest speaker ot the banquet, said-that when ho was olected to  Parliament,  he    didn't  know  what  he  1 should do and had no ono to ask. When  he went to Ottawa, he told tho chamber  mooting, which saw Bob Scales installed  as president, ho paid his first task-was  to find �� fipod secretary. "   ,  '  He said that a good secretary Is essential' to help tho MP. keep track of ap  uiies  pplntmonts and ia answer tho 400 letters  Which stream' into his offlco every month,  Ho said that ho found most members  vyork about 13-M hours each day,  that ho didn't want to bo tho member  who missed a sosslon whoro n bill was,  ���at.Miiaiiaiai��ai>a.iM��MiiMaiai>iait����iiia��aiaiaiiMa.aaaiia>a_  defeated by one vote.  Launching into bills and problems  faced by members, the NDP member said  that the housing problem is acute right  across the country, with high building  costs and high interest rates.  He touched on Old Ago Security Act,  Income Tax Act and he expressed his  doubts about the Olympic Act, Which,  "I question is In the best interests of the  country.^ Ho paid he felt tho federal government will be stuck with $200-300 million in bills after tho games are held  in Montreal in 1076. ,'  ' "Wiest Germany, whoro the ' games  were held In 1072, is stuck with d substantial deficit," '  Ho also commented on tho Immigration Act and the Conada Pension Aqt,  Family Allowance Act and tho Youth  Allowance ;Act,which .ho folt wore good  legislation. ' '  on  tho energy    crisis,  We believe  By Elder and Sister Warren L. Jones    _,  Church   of_ Jesus   Christ   of  Latter-day  Saints. >  A BOOK of Mormon Pavilion rising on  piers out of the Spokane River and  designed to resemble the gold plates,  from which the Prophet Joseph Smith  translated ancient scriptures, will house  the Mormon Exhibit at Expo '74 to be  held this year in Spokane.  The two-theatre pavilion and exhibit  is entitled, "Ancient America Speaks."  It has what appears to be a choice location at the hub of Expo activities, Expo  '74 is expected to attract five million  visitors during its run from May 4 to  Nov. 3.  The Book of Mormon Pavilion will be  built just off the main Expo mall'and  will extend entirely over the -water on  piers resting on the river bottom, with,  entrance 20 feet from shore. Access will  be by a wide ramp.  , A nine-foot statue of the Angel Moroni will stand at the- entrance. Moroni  was a heavenly being, who in mortality  was the last historian of the Book of  Mormon. He appeared to Joseph Smith  and' gave him the gold "plates on which"  were engraved the history of three groups  of people,who left Jerusalem in ancient  times and travelled to the Americas. The'  crowning point of the history is the visit  of Jesus Christ to the American continent  after his resurrection.  Depicted in the design of the pavilion,  are the gold plates joined by rings and  spread open as a book. The exhibit, including dioramas artifacts films and literature,, will describe the rise and fall of  Ancient America civilizations as related  in the Book of Mormon.  The Book of Mormon is accepted by  3.3 million Mormons world-wide as a  companion volume of scripture to the  Bible.  Expo '74 is the fourth world exposition in recent years in which the Church  of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints has  sponsored a pavilion. At Expo '70 in  Osaka, Japan more than seven million  people passed through the Mormon Pavilion.���Adapted from  Raymond  Review  The Peninsula Times Page B-7  - Wednesday, February 6, 1974  Credit union officer  fears rebate lenders  CREDIT unions, throughout British Col-  - umbia were urged to advise their  members to avoid organizations offering '  ,to discount people's income tax refunds.  George S. May," chief executive officer of B.C. Central Credit Union, in addressing a meeting of credit union managers in Vancouver, said the service offered by the tax rebate lenders, while not  new, has become widespread and is being promoted in attractive terms which  i appeal tp those who desire immediate'  cash rather than wait for the regular tax  , refund.  Tft^ reality of the situation, he said,  is such that in many cases the cost of  such income tax rebate loans is far in  excess of regular loans from conventional sources of credit such as credit unions.  Until such time as the federal and  provincial government take action and  restrict the income tax rebate lenders,  people who need immediate cash and  ���have income tax rebates coming should  seek advice from their local credit union,  'he said.    Sechelt Legion gave  over $5,300 to charity  SECHELT Branch of the Royal Canadian  Legion contributed over $5300 to community projects in their year just completed. The ladies' auxiliary contributed  $3370 and the men's branch donated  $1975, it was reported at the annual installation in Sechelt on Saturday night.  Installing officer for the successful affair was zone Commander William Hurrie  Jr., and the evening featured the Pipe  Band, under Pipe Major Harold Esta-  brook and Drum Major Maurice' Girard.  Legion officers are: Aid Bredefeld,  president; Harry Casey and Peter Hem-  . street, vice-presidents; Rod Wilson, secretary; Janet Duckworth, treasurer; Walter Beck, Jack Hoeskin, Wallace -Yench,  executive members.  Frank Bonin is service officer, Ted  Fitzgerald is sergeant-at-arms, and Father  Fitzgerald and Rev. Godkin are padres.  Ladies' auxiliary officers are: Ms.  Gladys Ritchie, president; Ms. F. Creigh-  ton, Ms. N. Jaeger, vice-presidents; Ms.  M. Hansen, secretary; Ms. A. Ebach, treasurer; Ms. M. Tenderson, Ms. M. McKen-  zie, Ms. S. Paul are executive members  and sergeant-at-arms is_Ms. M. Erickson.  Past president is Ms. M. Cook.  Band members include (pipers) ,Tom  Richardson, Ron Marshall, Taffy Greig,  John Webb, Gordon Webb, Bill Quigg,  Alec Buchanan, and (drummers) George  Black, Bruce Redman, Bob Summerfield,  Tom Callen.  97.8 per cent of all Canadian homes  have electric refrigerators t arid 95.8 per  cent'have television sets.  ZJhe  ^Driftwood J-^lc  auerb*  would like to express their gratitude to Mr. Don Hauka fof the  use of his truck, to the School Board of School District No. 46, the  Sechelt Branch of the Royal Canadian Legion, and the United  Church of Gibsons for the use of hall facilities; and to Harvey's  Store and Charles English for the loan and use of stage props; and  to Sechelt Agencies for the loan of video-tape equipment. Thanks  also to both local newspapers for valuable space and'to oil those  unseen ond unsung heroes whose energies and enthusiasm helped  make the recent Sunshine Kingdom pantomime possible;, And last/  belt by no means least, thanks to the people of the Sunshine Kingdom, friendly, warm, and appreciative, who came to see our show  and made it a magical and memorable experience for all of us.  ^MM^^  \  I  ^���.���.^xx~.y-Jt^^.��^Mwi��w^Xstaisaim^&  ���e,Ea�����c^!M^^  sstas^miliantsmBmcBacexaammK.  US  �� laiaiiiaiHiaiaaiauiiHimiiniai a, ,nr  Gibsons Pentecostal      8  s  HIGHWAY 8, MARTIN  Sunday {School 9:45 a.m.  v  Services 11:00 a.m. and 7:00 p.m.  PHONE 886-7107  Paitor; Gorry Fottar  IIu��iiaiaiiainuaii��n��liiiiiiauai��iiii��iii��niiiiiiai����uiMitiautl;  ��Maiiaiiaiia uaiaaiuiaiiaiHiaiiiaiiiaiiuiiiiiiiaiaiaaiaipiar  s        The United Church  of Canada  < ���>.,-y^;.r services!-���    ,..;���  St. John'* United Church - Darl* Day  , Sunday Services - 9:30 a.m.  Roberta Creek United Church  | Sunday Services - 2:30 p.m.  o Olbiont United. Church  s Sundqy Services - 11:15 a.m.  MINISTRY:  i:  i  Commenting     .        .        ...  OlauflHon sold Conadlan Interests should a RoVi Jlm yyillamson, Gibsons/ 886-2333  control  tho resources. Ho said that nil r���,������f,,ntm,,um��u umimumiuuh i i  bills were debated deeply and thoroughly  Sponsible to pnrtywhlps and, ho added,    ^^J^?^S^.^�� �� "    y  BccnuBO of the tremendously largo  geographical riding of Coast Chileotin,  Olaussen. said that ho could not,apply >  himself to any ono particular area''but  ho commented on such places' m Bella  Cooln, which Is very lnolatcd, an la Ana-  him Lake with its bad roads & nc airotrip,  "It's"Isolated the year around by roada,  wonthcr and other problems, j  "I make n point of visiting Jiomo community in tho riding1 ovary two wcokfl,"  lie said,    ���  OlauBHen ended his talk with n quote  from Iho .laycccs creed: "Brotherhood  of man overcomes the sovereignty of nations."  Ho nnld that man must lonrn how to  Hoard on moro than a  thousand stations, Including  CJVB  Vancouver 1470 Kc��  Sundays at 9:30 a.m.  A Christian Sclonqo Radio Sorlos  ��Sa8iSglB_tB  I  I  DEPOSIT $12,000 INTO bUfV  TERM DEPOSIT RECEIPT AT  8%% AND EARN $1,000  INTEREST DURING.THE NEXT  if K'��*^ItIp(  igia^iteN  ______  _g_8  ARRANGE FOR A TRAVEL LOAN  TO BE REPAID IN LOW  'MONTHLY INSTALMENTS.  1  il  Freezer Meats ot  nil kinds...  g Special on Front* Quaitom  GLYNN TRACY  I      Gordon Day Store - 883-2253  j.    "Fine Meats for Fine- People"  3  rnMMMH"t��tl��M"H,,,1M"tHlM��"*MI'M��M|Ma��laM|IIMtaM  I hridBQjUc,jWprJ(L.W^lP.UJ.��..J>?comjn|Si_ovor^J  smaller.  In the business, portion of tho mooting,  Judge Charles Mlttlostoadt Installed  Scales as president of tho chamber and  Low, Baldwin,, vice-president and dlrec>  tors.',,.���J.._..,���,_���-,.������,.,���,w.���, ������.���.���,���,,.,..���,_���������������,,.���.,,���.  In his installation speech, Scales said  that ho would llko. tho chamber to develop a five to 10 year plan and ho added  that ho would llko to see the chamber  work more closely with the Rcchelt village council.  Next executive mooting of the chamber will bo Fob. 13 at tho Rank of Montreal. k  iiiailiiiiuiiiiiiaiHiiiMiMiiatiaMiaiMiaiHMiiiaiaaiaiaiaiiaiaia  BAPTIST CHURCH SERVICES  Calvary Baptist Church  Park Road, Glbioni  Offl����i..B06.a611^.~~...__....llMt..0a6t7^l49,  , Morning Worship 9|30 a.m.  Sunday School 10; 45 a,m,  Evening Worship   7:00 p.m.  Prayer ft. Dlblo Study, Thursday* 7|30 p.m.  Bethel Baptist Church  M��rmald 8, Troll, Sochnlt  Office! 806-2611 RaiiI 806-7449  Sunday! School! 0;00 a.m.  Morning Worship 11:15 a.m.  Prayer & Dlblo Study Wednesdays 7;30 p.m. ��  Wookly Youth Program* s  REV, W, N. ERICKSON, Poster ��  ?iiil��|iiiliiaH>HiliH��iMtaMi>iaiuifii��iaH��iiaHMMatai(tiii'  7^ After you have your funds there are more ways we can  make your trip imiore enjoyable . . . .          , ' ', ��� "  ft ; i    " ���  O  TRAVELLERS CHEQUES: Tlio safo way to carry monoy. Fully refundable  If lost 'or stolon.," , ';  O  SAFE DEPOSIT BOX: Loave your valuables In a low-cost Bank of  Montreal Safe Deposit Box.  O  MASTERCHAROE: Multl-uso Credit Card.  kvN  i     i  The First Canadian Bank  Gibsons: 886-2216  o  Secholt;  886-2221  Madeira Park: 883-2423  3S3S3 >���>:>.  Happenings around the Harbour  are making ploai for the opening of toe    Nuisance bvlOW  PrOPOSed  social season: they plan a, Valentine Tea    ,    M1��WIW *^f-ww  V*yt�����*U  ON JAN.  28^$ few days before that  /snow on the^last day of the month,  I found pussywillows out! Spring is on  its way!  Vera Bell of Irvine's Landing,had a  cheerful report: to give me when she  called recently, too; Vera is the secretary-  treasurer of tha^-group of 10 people Who  -have adminiimred the New Horizons  grant awarded^pr the renovation of the  old school at Irvine's Landing. They just  got the last instalment of the grant, making it possible' for them to instal furnishings and fixtures in the building.  The aim of^tnis project is to provide  recreational facilities for all age groups  in the little community, and to assist in  integrating the senior citizens with  younger residents.  Many of yc^gwere able to see the  progress which ^haid already been made  in the building when you attended the  evening of. drama held there last December. And you will be in a position to  recognize what an improvement the new  seating will be when it is installed. The  building has kitchen and washrooms, and  a- pottery roonv/apd provision, for other  crafts will be matte. The directors plan  to' call a community meeting as soon as  the work is completed to discuss ideas  for future use of the building;  ��� Bruce Webb*_sTfc>resident of this group,  Ered Whittle vice-president, and Vera  Bell secretary-tr^a?urer. Gus Lillington,  Eric and Ethyl $2dwards, Marion Wray,  Alice Whittle, JeaitTaterson and Beatrice  Fair are the other directors.  Jn the largef?community,_the Pender  Harbour Ctornmunfty Club held its annual general meeting a week ago Sunday  and I'm pleased, to report there was^a  .somewhat betteigattendance this time.  -  A new slate ^officers was installed  for 1974, including? president, Jock Her-  mon; first vice-president, Bill Bomford;  second vice-president, Ruth Kobua; secretary, Maureen Lee; treasurer. Bill Milli-  gan; custodian, jptelen Sunquist.  In' addition, committees were established to deal with the club's various activities. These included a bingo committee (Mollie Edwards and Leona Lee), a  pool room cornrnittee '(Jock Hermon), a  roller' skating OMnmittee, (Ruth Kobus  and Robi Peters^a movie committee (Vi  Tyner and Bill Epmbord), publicity (Robi  Peters), membersnip (Vi Tyner) arid  Joyce Duff will be in charge of the bingo  kitchen. -,   -.  In addition to the evening, roller skat-  by Kathleen Yull 883-9068  ing at the hall, it has been used during  the daytime to provide roller skating for  students irom the elementary school, and.  in the past there has been a charge levied,  paid by the children. However, it was  decided at this meeting that for the future the hall.and its facilities will be  made available to these children free.  This change was made at the suggestion  of Brent Rees, the teacher in .charge of  physical education at the school.'  This change is in keeping with the  aims of the,club, which was established  to serve the community, and not as,a  money-making .enterprise. Any funds, it  acquires are to' be put. to use for the  benefit of the, area, and the financial  report shows that a substantial sum���over  $15,000���is now available for this purpose.    > ���    ,     . r ���,'  Your.correspondent'is unable, because  of' publication deadlines, to report on the  Monday meeting to discuss plans far a  skating arena in the.area. But I hope  you all turned out for that meeting. I  understand there was-some difference of  opinion about' the' size of rink'which it  was desirable to aim. for: if you had an  opinion on this subject,' I hope you were  able to come out and.state it.  ���,  _ ' t _ f  The art class in Egmont was started  this last week, a^ Egmont School, and  it was heartening to se_ the response to  this new project. In that tiny community  a group of about 25 persons turned up  to benefit from Jim Goodwin's instruction. Perhaps Egmont,will become the  artistic centre of the nation���home of  Canada's new "Group of Twenty" (allow-.  . ing for a few drop-outs). The classes will  continue, on Wednesday evenings' at 7, in  Egmont Elementary School,, if you're interested.      ,''', '  And the nicest thing about this response to a new activity-was that it was  made by such a*, varied group of people:  the young and unconventional and the  -more "square" people of the area were  involved together~this is. what a sense  of true community is all about and it's  heartening to see it happening; in Egmont, in Garden -Bay, and- hopefully  everywhere else in our area.  Egmont's, Community Club installed  its new officers at its recent meeting.  They include Jimmy Wallace as president, Jack Bathgate.vice-president,.and  Dot Silvey secretary, with Ernie Silvey,  Fred Larson, John Seabrook, and Rob  Silvey as directors. '.,  ���The ladies ��� ot: the; Community Club  : ���.. ���..,���.���-.������ ri��� ".. .v..,. ���,,.-���',  .   ,   .  for the afternoon of Feb. 13 in the Com  munity Hall, at 1:30 p.m. .   _,  _ _We hear that there is now a mucht  better chance of hydro-electric service f  ' being made available to , residents^ of -  "Old Egmont," across the.salt-chuck from*  the post office. The logging company-  has agreed to supply the balance of the,,  required guaranteedI sum-J^^^h A SELECT committee established by the  of!thisisemce.^and Jshould now.be pos-f, Sunsnine Coast ^^onsl Di_trict to  sibe to proceed with provision of this^.^.^ a proposed _^e and ^anoe  facility.   - .     .'. bylaw has come down heavily on1, the  On Tuesday, Jan. 29,- there was <*v. local RCMP detachment for failing to  citement in the Egmont areaswhen ,logs;*,,act on reports of rowdy behavior/ /  being boomed and sorted by &��***#, Committee chairman Harry- Almond  P* ^������i 'tSp^-2; flosed rtold the, board's. Jan. 31- meeting Jhat: -  _^^d^uISiJ^n^,_^^'"^^ incidents^ I as motorcycle gangs,'  off to other ^^^J^^^^ rocks groups, hippie parties, nudity on the  tions were m*?������'���*"***** *'�� beaches and in' varidus other afeas took  Lament family from Pender Harbour.,,    j, ��� during the , last - July. -1 hoUday  Round-up of the logs proceeded veiy% ^j-g-jj -,. ���    :  efficiently and speedily. *���.     "Despite all, the  disorderly.: conduct,  And for you" "who-dun-it" fans, here's i the police took no action to restore peace  a mystery I've been trying to solve.,Whov and order, but were merely in attendance  are the guilty .parties responsible for the^ and standing by." "  littering of^rdadways in our area? Oh' aj He stressed the need for some nieans  recent walk'around Madeira Park, road-U 0f- controlling or ^'preventing, similar ocf.  ways, I was' horrified to see the accumu- ^ currences in future. ' '/���"''���  lation of egg cartons, gas cans, plastic';' Almond said that two separate aspects  bottles and pails, empty cigarette pack-.fj of the problem should be controlled.;  ages and other junk disfiguring the land- �� ���Assembly by large groups, of people  scape. ���" ,p -^    ;���' on'.private* propertyT without-'a permit.  I had understood that it was some 4    -^Control  of  excessive  noise  arising,  nebulous  "they" who were responsible: jC from parties or other functions after a  the tourists, or the "hippies", or anyway ;< certain time of night. ������    -  somebody else,'mot us.> I've also heard*'' He reported that police had advised  the suggestion that "they" are not human the Roberts, Creek Community Associa-  malefactors at all, but more likely are,-*. : "  raccoons. But as" I walked along, a hor-.v  rible suspicion, was,, born in me: could$t'1>^  be that the people responsible for this  mess are, ��� aft^r,;all, not them���not the;,  tourists .or *. tjb!e';,fijnimals  or , any  other,  "they"4but^ulr��.' "  -.  I suppose the important thing is not  to place the btynie.ior this, but to coh- ^  centrate.on waytfofj correcting the cond>^  tion. What do you think about naming  some early spring Clean Up Day, and  -each of us spending a couple of hours  clearing up a small section of local roadway? And then, of course, .resolving to  prevent a recurrence of the littering. \  Les Fowler was telling me recently  about the way our area looks from .the  air. He says that, flying across .the con-'  tinent in,the,winter, one sees a white  '���world stretching from the eastern seaboard right across to the western, with  just a tiny green area concentrateOn  the Vancouver Island-Lower    Mainlarid  area. We are the privileged inhabitants  of a uniquely beautiful section of our  country. Let's tryrto keep its beauty un-  marred by unsi^tSjr litter.  .' :- f:. .  tion. that they would not prosecute offenders under municipal nuisance bylaws. '    - 'v    .  "If the offense is in contravention of  a municipal bylaw, someone has to prosecute the case," said Almond. "Although  the ^regional district would assist the  plaintiff, he would have to initiate the  complaint;"1. '    *:-"'" *</���', .\/\ -  "If the regional district passed a noise  and nuisance bylaw, the Roberts Creek  Community Assbciation would be willing  to register a complaint in its capacity .as  ; a public body.".  Almond said, the, district's solicitor  should decide which specific nbise and  nuisance factors required control then  and draft suitable legislation in the form  bf^a bylaw.   .  The select committee considered issuing permits for public gatherings, Almond reported.'  But Director Frank West, a committee  member, opposed issuing permits for public gatherings, said Almond.  Instead, he favored simply prosecuting anyone who contravened the proposed bylaw. ,       v      . '-- ���  '   Almond stressed that he wanted to  Page B-0 The Peninsula Time.-  Wedneadoy. Februory 6, 1974  r    ~ ~    i  |avoid the "fiasco" that occurred in Roib^.  erts Creek last July., He said he ,fW_ff  presently trying to ensure that the'coifh|;:  ^nunity   association  had  the  powers-it)'  prevent such incidents or prosecute the  offenders. S'    ' l ,_. ?-  \   West suggested that large gather  should be registered with the police|  ther than subject to permit controls."  j   Almond said his committee concluded  tnat registration  rather than, the igsu^  ance of permits was a more' desir^^.  rfteans of controlling large gatherings.^f^;  I:  ' Bloke C. 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