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 touncil toldN. . .  ���v  itnprovwi$niB  is cos  -,-Fl-'" ���  ���^.V"* T"|  IT*  <^'��]V^��.  T'��_"-*���,,   >   * ^-<rr ���    i-  J - " ���"%��     _.���   ���  i *S *>���>���.  Y proposition  ' _t"    -5~ +u-+v lv,'_  ^1-'*." ''_I_-j��      ,,*, " Serving the Sunshine Coost,(HoweSound$to'Jetyls^rilet);'includ!ng Port lMellon/Hopkins Lohding, Gfanthoms Landing, Gibsons, Roberts Creek/  He^said tnat ,tne joint committee ot     y/jisonCr-ek,'Selma Pork, Sechelt, Halfmoon Boy^fetCgye, Pender Hrb./MadeiraPork,1 Garden Boy0 Irvine's Landing; Eorl.Cove/Egmbnt  LARGEST CIRCULATION OF, Atfo; PAPE^Ol^; THE SQUTHfeRN SUNSHINE COAST. /      Vol, 11/No. 12 ^-WEDNESDAY,, FEBRUARY 13, 1974  SEOH___T--Cost, of' improving  Hackett  /Park appears to4be an expensive proposition^ Aid. Ernie Booth told members  ��� of, the 'village council last week.   '    ,  t "Returning the playing field, will take  more dollars and time than'1 the committee wishes to spend'",he>,told-fellow aldermen He said that the1 recreation s commission wants to be "able; to use the <park   Uee under ,the chairmanship of Gordon  villase council and' the Sunshine Coast  Lions Club have determined" that it will  cost about $5,000rto have tennis-courts'  : and , to fence 'them, will" cost i an additional $5,000. ( ' t ' r > ,"  "We're' re-thinking lfand re-investigating our priorities,, and the Lions cqmmit-  ''    2nd'Class'Mail  Registration ;No.*l 142 (  This Issue 16 Pages ��� 15c  <_Wor. ��*-��&.�� ^abp1 >     "   ,��  ICIJ S116  by May 24 for Sechelt-Timber Days and  if the park is being returned it'will* be  unusable.        i.    >    ,;\   '<��V ?//''<.  An ^automatic sprinkling .system was  considered to be. too expensive, he. said.  "In,, the meantime, we're>acquiring  more'and more top soil," which <"will be  used to build up "area's of the. nark.  Hall, will-report back to(the club.", Booth  moved \ that the village . and' the , Lions  club share the costs of improving the  park on a i 50-50 basis. -    ,   -  Aid. Ted Osborne seconded the motion  and it passed unanimously.  'l -Booth'further reported that the Sechelt  Timber Days committee', is active.  ia.  1,' ���*. *  ,r��  V  10 percent and maybe'more . . .  dter rate increases  ^  DOMESTIC  water- will  Coast Regional District residents about  10 per cent' more this year than it did in  1973,' * according to the regional" water  -committee. < _  And chairman Lome Wolverton warn-  or-residents  cost    Sunshine  'to five acres, $90.  Water  users  in  the   Sechelt, .Se^m*  Parle and Davis .Bay to Gibsons, areas who  ' are  supplied Toy   gravity" leed  will' be  charged a flat rate of $3.25 per.month.  Residents supplied by pumper water  will be assessed at $4:25, per month. This  ed that further, increases .are likely to ����� ^,f~T����� vZZZSa ��3 c��*  keep p^ce/with rising, installation and rate wl1^ *���ly -to-Bosamund Road, Cha-  maintenance costs] ^ ' '  ster Road and, Pratt Road in the Gibsons  area,  the  Langdale area  and  the  Nor  The increase will be reflected in high-    West Bay Road" area in Sechelt.  er land charges, predicted to? bring the     *   Connection charges will be $250 for a  domestic rate up\to $48^per acre. Larger    three-quarter inch connection and $3Q0  areas will be assessed/ as. follows: "��� for connections of one inch or over. Addi-  ~    One to two, acres, $54;'two 4o .three    tional charges will be made for fitting andrj\  acres ,,$66;, three to four acres;: $78; four   , installation  si  SECHELT���With counal' giving ^,\sthree; \  , readings,to arezoningbylawj Sunslfin^-1  Coast, Regional District - is one morerstep,��;  closer to new office facilities.]^ .V*1*},.'1'  Council is rezoning property ontVSTharfi  Road at the request of Neils Hansen,(?jvhd? 'Jk  .   will, construct a building to house, .tpelre-' ^"  gional district,off ices.; T *'   ,-';' Jjr'fl''^'\. >,  Council .alsb gave three, reading, for tl  N ' construction 1 of the lane in" block-ffi.', r* ^ ?.  Clerk Neil Sutherland r reporte)4'",th_t ,  consent of enough property < owners*"had;'  been received to go ahead with the c'on^" ,���  struction. *. - < , t - ' ^.^'"^ 'V^,  "4 Council/ will call for tenders ,^for .&.'<*  single-axle, five-ton 'truck. Estimated cos^i'  of\the vehicle is to be, determine"^'.'But >���  council has decided not to^ purchase,'.a ��  backhoe.   r ,   "     ,        ';,    ^^>'��V  ^ Village maintenance man, GerryHFree-/-f  born, ;was instructed to determine>costs ^*  of such a truck1 and report back to-coim? /  cil* i;  '.,       ,   ' " /'     j "$ \r-  Council will also purchase a newr\el-.  ectric. typewriter, an office chair, a postal ^1  scale and a clock. Quotes will be.soughtt >s<  Public iiia#  use:dretid^r  A1*!-  1   %- .-'    ��� -'  ���   -I   .-  ^t- ,,  SECHELT-riln order to qualify; fo�� "the1,  one-third , provinciar recreation ^grant, ^  the proposed j new Sechelt ^ arena/ must1  open all its facilities to Jhe public, whether or not they are' debenture holders^  ��� Don Lockstead, MLA, Mackenzie, told  The ,Timeslast week that su^ch a requirement is ��� "absolutely, necessary" "in1 or<Jer,  to receive the grant. ,   , ' {  v t,,j  t -, Recreation minister Jack Radford *told-  the village lof Sechelt thatv the,grant has  vbeen  approved  in  principle.  \    '    '; [  "That means that the facility is, open  to the public," said Lockstead.'^     '. /- j  *   Lockstead  said .that the ^department    PROPOSALS  for, a  community   trans- " Mary's hospitalk'such as x-ray and 'physio-  has been m contact with arena directors; t- poVt&tion,service'aimed at;providing    therapy."^ -' '        '-,- *',  who have clearly stated that the arenas-better^^access',to - medical faciUties for.^     ���Transportation  oi   patients  for  ad-  will'be open to the public.,      /       , . ��� Peninsula residents has received support> \mission to hospital at' a set" time.'  It is -expected, that these Jerms* of-   from ' hospital  district  chaittnan  Frank'      ���Transportation of people for appoint-  reference will be obeyed. ^ The minister; w,st. *V^'   '*   -   ?    \ - "  has Received correspondenceVbn this.mat- )���   'w'  'AM t. _ K-_^��o *r,.-+ ��,__���!���� *t  *ter\ahd _f there is ahy^questidnTtittoay^ -_?^?ld the boards iurst meeting of  Hospital board in favor . .. .  'atient transportation  l>i<|j,^bt ^ains siipppr  GIANT CHEQUE to pay-Jor giant  increases in unemployment insurance  premiums ia! theory;behind 'the Canadian federation of' Independent  Businss sponsored program.i Rich  Atwood,,lef., operator of Coho Marina, Madeira Park, arid president of  the, Pender Harbour ' Chamber of  Commerce, and Jim Murray of Holi-"  day Market, Madeira Park, feel the  big cheque is a. good idea, and made  out thevinsurance premiums on them.  The two businessmen, as well as  thousands" of others across Canada,  feel that a 40 per cent hike in un-  ^ ���Delivery of prescription!,from drug,  employment insurance-premiums is  store^\ ��� "������"'   . ' j, _v"' **<" _.-'_ l_ "    aiot to be hit with alliat once and  -rTakmg extended-care , patients: for   so have^ken ,_hrs.method Of protest-  , - L.wis.-'whV is chairniah of theA trans- ripg^thVincrease, peadtoe for pay-  portation committee' of the Co-ordinating ����>��_ ^^premimn is >Fnday. Cheques  r'r..,���Aiv >,* xioTr.Hv. ���-.��� tT,.���,>-. _>-~^..-uu_< <    must be  certified  and  nandled  bv  ments at medical and dental clinics.  a pair of shears and when they do,  gears move the centre piece up and  IT'S A 'WHATZIT' that Times editor  Dick Proctor is holding here. Actual-    _ _ _ _,_,__���   DHV   __,����   ^���n  ly we would like to know What Ala    down as if it were ;a miniatureguil-   ^ ^ ^ _MixT LaTe? North   gggjj *g*jg -/^J^ .Sfhe.  NEW chairman of the'Sunshine Coast* Regional Board is Frank West, director  for West Gibsons and Gower Point. He  was elected at the board's first meeting  of 1974 ���. , '      '   ���  Sechelt director Norm Watson turned  down a nomination for chairman.  This is West's second term as head of  the board. He was chairman in 1968.  , In taking the chair, West pinpointed  an atmosphere of increased co-operation  between Gibsons council and the regional  district. He succeeds director Lome Wolverton in the chair.  Motor boat ban  on nine local lakes  NINE local lakers are now out-of-bounda  to motorboats following the' introduction of new Canada Shipping Act regulations.  They are: Garden    Bay    Lake, Paq  station wagon.       ���'  ��� , Proposed uses of the service are:  ' ���Transportation of patients fromHheir  homes to out-patient departments at St.  a^phcationsT  niade'tb^  every organization on',the Sunshine Coast.  He .revealed  that    his  organizations  would  be  carrying  out, a fund-raising  drive,within three, to four weeks.  Booth tells council  acf day se  'ebruiary  SECHELT���Village of Sechelt is entitled  to a certain amount of time of the  regional district planner, Aid, Ernie Booth  told council last week.  "The village pays taxes to the xegiohal  district, to cover the cost of services to  a certain extent, of the planner. We recommend that we use, to the fullest ex-  lent possible, the services of the regional  district planner."  Clerk Nell Sutherland said that last  year Mayor Ben Long and himself asked  Lake, Klein Lake, Waugh' Lake, Trout  tool is. A reader brought it into The lotlne. Can somebody help us? K you Lake, Klein Lake, Waug  Times office to identify it. It's,very can't figure it out from this picture, ^^^g^^come into force  old and rusty but' still workable, The come and see it at our office. ns soon ag tho lakes have been properly  tool has handles which operate like , s   ,    ;',' ' posted.;'.. '   ��� ������        ���    ,, , '���,  ' NaiaaaaaaiaiaauiH linn Il iianapnu paiaiaai laiaMimai iaa aaiaiia naiiiiaiiiiM niaiiainaiai i a ��a laiiMianantwmm  ase  by DICK  PROCTOR  DOES anyone on the Sumhlno Coont recall n man by the name of Ira Roy-  nolda?, .. ^ ���  Sechelt  poatmnstor Sid Cnllln wonta  to know bocnuao ho received a request  ���aao,jQC��lQ���RcynoldsJrjom,j\^  Texas.  regional programming and on increase in  Canadian content). ,  , If you would like Maryahno to carry  tho word lo the holy city, as Aid. Pen-  nU Shuttleworth refers to Ottawa, you  Writing to Cnllln, Qoorao Bonnolt of  Ponodona, Toxnn Hpya; "I nrtn trying to  locate an undo of mine by the namo of  Ii'��, Reynolds,, who waa last hoard of in  Socholt, B.C. Ho wrotot a letter on Jan. ,  20,i 1022 from Secholt and ho ran a sawmill and won in partnership with a Mm.  Woodcraft In a general store, ,  "I know this has been a lot of yeara,  but I won hoping Rome pldtlmera thoro  might remember him, Ho settled thoro  after World Wnr I and hla wife died and  It Is poaal))lo ho remarried nnd haa children or grandchildren, If you, could bo '  of any naalalnnco, thla old poslmnn In  Texas would swro apprcclato it. Ho wna  from Union and Fnnnln countlea In  George."  If nnyon remembora Ira Reynolds or  IfnoWHi"of any <;>f liliii Icli), thoy can con-  diet Sid Cnllln nt tho Sooholt post offlco.   *       ���   ,...*'  Mnrynnno Weal of Gibson* lenvca  Sunday for Qttnvrn, whero alio will present a brief-to the.Conadinn,Iladlo*Tele>  vision Commission (CHTC) nnd aho wnnla  lo know If anyone would like her to  curry any mcaange regarding CBC.  Mnrynnno and her group's particular  conct-rm rognrdlnR television nro the tb-  rnovnl  of  ndvortlalnfj  from  CI1C.  moro  when she, returns.  \  *     ' t I   * '  Helen Dawo, a member of flechelfii  fltreot-namlng cominlttco, wna naked by  tho vlllngo council to auggeat a acrlca of  nnmea for village atrcota with tho criteria  that thoy bo nautlcftlly baaed.  Helen suggested that now atrcot nnmea  be nrrnnged. nlphapetlcnlly and she came  up with n list of nauticnl names ranging  from A to 55. I couldn't havo done it,  Sho auggested ono deviation from tho  nautical themo, Bort WhlUnkor, ona of  tho founders of Secholt, ahould bo ault-  nbly honored, Helen feels, and alnco tho  waterfront rond haa no official name and  In known variously an the Boulevard, tho  Strand or Marine Drive, pho propose.  -WMt��ftkor--Way# ~���,..,���,.���- ��  That sounds rather nice and no ono  should take offence nt it, I think the  committee should seriously consider this,  Anyone llko to serve on the committor? Apply���|oJM;ayoi;,H��ro1d,N��>l��on���tho  council Is looking for bodies.  Tod Osbo.no, who ia developing a  subdivision in tho northwest section of  tho village, wonta to call ono of his streets  Lookout Drive. That's hardly nautical,  and   It's  not  In   keeping  with   Helen's  proposal. How about Crow'6 Nest, Ted?  There is something else to remember,  It's conceivable that one' day, Wwt Socholt, Solmn, Park, Davla Bay and WUson,  Crook, could nil merge to make one  largo municipality, What about street  ��!'names,,thcn?"''���'"'"*''"''��� "������������"��� - * -.��--����.�����-.*��-.-,��  ,' Local cubs, scouta, guides and  brownies will Join with 500,000 other  youngsters to mark Fob. 17-24 as Nan  tional Scout-Guide Week In Canada nnd  The Times nnd myself, ns n former cub  nnd scout,1 would like to doff our hnta  to them.  Next wcok we'll havo some nows on  what the youngsters are doing, All packs  ,nnd troops aro welcome to bring in their  nows to Tho Times, That holds true any  time of tho year,  ���)���*'���  Gorry Gray, columnist for tho Powoll ���  Rlvor Nows, was recently vitriolic ngnlnat  tho ferry system. Ocrry wns particularly  angry at tho service ns It pertains to  Powoll Ulvor, but many of' his remarks  1,.apply,to,.thqcnUro,ferry,system, includ-,.  Ing that portion that serves our port of  tho Sunshine Coast.    .  Ho wna referring to Intermlnablo waits  in ferry line-ups and snld; "We're cow-  nrds, all of us who sit nnd wait, becauso  wo ��� vox. popula>P.,tako--thia, bureaucratic  crap without a whimper. Supposedly 1he  ferries nro operated for tho convenience  of the public, After all, it's our taxes and  our fares that keep tho bonts In motion  on tho ocean, So, established  that we  �����oo  page   A-0  told ua that If we want to use the plan?  nor, we'll have to pay for him."     ,  Booth said that the village la entitled  to n;" certain amount of the planner's  services. "Wo are willing to pay the  normal going ratea for tho reat of tho  services of a planner of our choice."  Sutherland said that a planner ia needed to complete bylawa "that former district planner Ed Cuyllts started but did  not complete."  In other business, Helen Dawe agreed  to sit on a street-naming committee and  submitted a proposed list of atrcot riamca;  for the village.  Aid. Norm Wntson nnd village regional  district representative has appointed Aid.  'Ddn'i.irsiutttleWjorth'ns'hlB'nltcrnfttC'**'^"''  Aid. Tod Osborno suggested that tho  village may havo to institute limited  parking on village street to keep parking  available.      '  Aid. Dennis Shuttleworth suggested  that District lot 1472 be partially used to  build a specialty-type school on the caliber of the Bauhaus in pre-war Germany.  Famed architect Walter Gropius helped  found the school and taught there as  well, ,  "We could attract highly rated world  calibre students," Shuttleworth said.  ew offices  for district   V ���  SUNSHINE Coast Regional District has  announced pinna to move from ita present overcrowded headquarters in Davla  Bay to Sechelt.  Nolls Hansen offered tho district  3,200 square feet of offjeo, space In a  new building ho Intenda to conatructon  Wharf Road, .  Secretary-treasurer , Eric Willmott reported i to the board's first mooting ot  1074 that Hansen offered to make available tho lop floor of his two-storey building for an annual rent of $8,000, based on  a flvo-year lease term,  SECHELT���-Village council has approved  a tag day, Feb. 16, to raise funds for  the coordinating council of health and  human resources. The council is a newly  formed group.  Addressing council at its Wednesday  meeting, John Lwis, St. Mary's Hospital  physiotherapist, outlined a proposal to  purchase a small bus to transport residents throughout the Sunshine Coast to  hospital, doctor  or other appointments.  .A club wagon, carrying from 14-16  passengers and traveling from Egmont to  Port Mellon, would cost a total of about  $9,000 including safety equipment, A  driver, paid $4 an hour, five days week-.,  ly would add to' the operating cost of  the bus. *  1    He said, that tho bus would operate,  for example, 2% days each week from,  Egmont to Sechelt and 2%  days from  Port Mellon. ' i  "On the weekends," he told council,  "a coach or volunteer driver could use  tho vehicle to ,tranaport various sports  teams to games. ,  , tewis said that service clubs may help  the group, "and on the tag day, we expect  holp from the girl guides.  "This won't bo a Sechelt tin. or a  hospital bus, it'll1 belong to everybody,"  ho said. ���  Lewis also snld that hla group would  npprecinto a grant from tho council. .  Aid. Dennis Shuttleworth moved that  Willmott was Instructed to mriko necessary arrangements for the change of location. ;,  Municipal Act change cited,,:�� .  Greenbelts considered  :o end'stream erosion  f ' 'i " ,'  would bo too restrictive, But tho planner  noted that tho Municipal Act nmendment  allowed for establishment of green bolts  In very 'specific arena,  Directors* supported "the,^_vio^��na^toV^Mn^bJ0*��PP'ov^"ond-it~wii8,-B^  onded by Aid, Ernie Booth and carried.  gmilMIIMMMIHMIUIIIMIIIIIIIIIMIIIMMMUIfllllHIIIIMIIIM  I TIDES FOR THE WEEK ;|  February 13th to 19frh I  at Point Atkinson ��  ���- Not to bo mod for navigation  iii>MftaMi>~MM..>>i.w.-ii>imiBiaii>,Mii>M<>MitBMiiaMMiMa>iaMiiaaiMii.iii.ii>.aMia..aiiaMi.>.aai��.faii(aiiMaa..i��i.i>.aaiaa.niaiii).uaiBi>M.a.MMM>..>aHaaMmu  ESTABLISHMENT of greonbolts la being considered by the regional district  as one possible solution.t'o erosion caused  by logging .near creeks and tho aoashoro;  ���,., Planning director^ Peter HocmlKsrgre^ "It would not be used as a blanket  purled to tlio district's planning 'commlt^���lloa1im��ilon��'r8ald"HocthlwFgl "  too that a recent amendment to the Mun- Tho grcenbclt designation could not  iclpal Act enabled tho board, to designate bo applied to forost reserves or Umber  specific areas as, grecnbolts and control' sales harvesting licences, explained the  logging operations In those nrcas, "where planner, so it would be of little vise in  tho retention.of,existing forest cover Is  essential."  Hoembcrg pinpointed the seaward side  of Redrooffs Itoad and many of tho district's creeks as areas where the amendment could  be used to advantage,  Some planning commlttco members  felt thnt a grecnbelt bylaw, If Introduced,  w.  0335 10.0  -5o,--  0310 13.6  n  0925 14.1  16  0025 11.7  1655 4,8  1140 12.2  1955 4.0  Th.  0035 12,7  Su.  0400 13.9  14  0445 11,2  17  0935 11.3  0955 13.4  1305 12,0  1755 4,0  2040 4.7  Fr.  0200 13.1  Mo.  0440 14,1  15  0640 11,0  18  1010 10.9  -���'���-'���-  104012,7  ,.____,  1420 12,1  1055 4.0  2130 4.5  ��  combatting pollution to,the,upper Chapman Creek watershed.  Accepting the planning committccfa  report on tho potential of tho grconbolt  nmendment, the board ngrccd at its first  mccttng of 1074 to seek advice from the  regional solicitor on the legal Implications of possible grcenbclt legislation,  0510 14.2  1040 10.4  1510 12.4  2210 4,5  '74 HONDAS ARE ARRIVING  SPORTS  UNLIMITED  Socholt Q 085-2512  l.iiaMiaMMiMMMMMMliiliillliiaiaMMlMilMaiaiaiiaiiM,,,,,,  \ IJ, r I  Page A-2 j        The Peninsula Times  Wednesday, February 13,1974  jfoah Proctor  Strait talk  . MY HUSBAND does not believe in bribing the children to be good. He figures they should be like he was as a'  1 child, good for nothing. I'd never had  much of a problem this way until our  youngest decided that behaving himself  * at' the super-market should be good -for  ���' a reward. , v       .._',_  We would arrive at the store only to,  have him tell me, "I don't wanny ride  in the buggy 'cause I'm a big boy!" Try-  r ing to wrestle and shove a 35-pound  three-year old into the seat of a shopping  cart became more of a problem than I  could tackle.'  "Bend your knees and sit in that cart,"  . I'd say firmly. He'd reply, "No, I don't  wanny sit, I want to push the buggy."  Now, for those of you who may be asking, why not let the. little darling walk?  I  have  this  explanation. ���  A three-year old bounding about the  Happenings around the Harbour  ~-        ', '.     ���    '���       ~ i    ~ by Kathleen Yull 883-9068  IF YOU'RE' a long-time resident of the,  one third of the total capital,investment,,  Harbour   area,   you   probably -realize- however; _and;_providing the construction  ,.   .   ., ���_,  -'-������   ri-���'-��i-u-_+5--.- ' is  done during the winter' months,  the  that  the  annual May .Day  celebrations    fed__al   government  -^   subsidize'  100  have long been a tradition of our com-    per cent of the labor costs. .There is still  munity.  But did  you  know that these    a, substantial  contribution -which would  Organic stressed .  w/gardening -column  festivities have been going on regularly  for over 30 years? ,  ' Al Lloyd tells me that he can remember May Days for $0 years at least, and  Julia Reid says they existed, in a somewhat ' less elaborate" form, even before  that.1 N  Although it's called May Day here,  it's not held on May 1���as in the British  tradition, to celebrate spring's .arrival���  but on May 24, the;queen's birthday: And  since this holiday no longer, falls precisely ��� on the 24th, bat rather, on the long  .weekend in May;.it's'no longer celebrated  precisely on May 24. But nevertheless it  is still.called May, Day here.  Julia tells me it was probably little  more han a' sports field day for. the school  .children in the. earliest'days. But Al re-'  store, behind a speeding cart, and toss- ^members that  there was a maypole, a  ' ing  items  at  random   into  your's   and * May Queen was chosen, and there were  everyone else's , baskets can only strike     '���J   - iJ"���    ���J   *���   !~  terror into* the hearts of the most stalwart adult. So, I'd insist he sit in the  have" to come from residents of the community.  ' The fact-finding committee met' last  Thursday, evening to determine just how  much this local contribution would a-  mount to; and to discover what ways are  available for raising the funds.- They're  hoping to receive your response to the  brochure they have mailed out to all .residents in time to report the results, at Monday's meeting., / '  Hope you got in on the ^fun at the  Home and School Club's February Frolic  on the first of the month. It was an unqualified success: the smorgasbord, plan-     ...  ned and prepared under Marg Campbell's',their, leeUngs are on' certain mandatory  direction, was excellent; and. Frank Post-    sections of the scheme. ��� ���  A SURVEY examining Autoplan's' effect  '   on  the  average motorist will  go  to  more .than    240,000   B.C.   motorists   in  March.  To be conducted by  the B.C. Auto;  mobile, Association,  the   survey  will be  .sent' .to club members soon after March  .1 when the Insurance Corporation of British Columbia takes over automobile insurance in B.C. *      ~        L   ,'  * BCAA president, F. R. (Ted) Paxton,  said- the association wanted comprehensive answers from members on their Au-  toplan. experience so' far."   '  . > "We'll be asking members if they  paid-more and for what cover. We want  to know if they had been.fully informed  of;,the, additional sideline costs like utility and boat.trailer insurance, and what  is iearare an limes  lethwaite's Night Train supplied wonderful dance music that kept the floor  crowded with dancers throughout the evening. - ���   ���  I'm told that the drama group from  Garden Bay. have entered Loggerheads,  cart. That way he can only reach top  shelf items with-great difficulty and imminent danger of falling out. "~  But, trying to get. the little darling to  bend and sit became a weekly battle of  wills. It also became terribly embarrassing. People would stare, and give -me  cutting looks. They always do when a  little kid is bellowing.  I would smile and try to appear the  picture of a loving mother. "Please  sweetie," I'd-say loudly, "sit in the cart  for Mommy." Then I'd add in hushed  tones, "or- I'll wail the tar out of you  when we get home." It didn't work. So,  I resorted to a practise I despise. Bribery.  - "If you'll sit in the cart like a good  boy, Mommy will buy you some nice  animal crackers," I'd say. It worked. He.  behaved, and he got the box of crackers.  One day he rebelled. He'd "obviously  had his fill of ruddy crackers. "They're  yicky," he said.  Not allowing panic to set in, I hastily  said, "well, if you sit in the cart and  promise to be good, Mommy will buy you  a candy bar."  We were doing fine with our little  routine until Daddy accompanied us on  a shopping trip.  When he discovered I had to bribe the  child to behave.s he put his foot down.  "That's all wrong," he said disgustedly,  "he should behave without any enticements."  "Sit in that shopping cart/' said my  husband authoritatively.  "No, ,1 don't like it, I wanny walk,"  said our youngest,  "Okay. then son, you can walk, but  you have to be a good boy.���Hey, come  back here. No, don't put that-in! Daddy  doesn't want another canned ham, he has  Mommy. Why did you have to pull out  the bottom can? No, you can't have  marshmallows. Don't to,uchrthat,,.it's not  races   and   competitions,   and   free   ice  CJ^ ^T^J^^U^^^    the   one-act   play   Produced   at   Irvine's . i'sts. had yet to obtain their insur'ance, or  years ago. He tells me the event usually    Landine last December, in the forthcom-    n���^   ,v���in.   th*   i-.*���r_-.-_   -���  / "Autoplan has been a hot subject for  some time and-1 our survey, coming immediately after the government insurance starts, should provide good results."  Paxton said current spot polls could  not give a true picture.as so many motor-  took place at Irvine's Landing, but at  least once it- was held' on the other side  of the harbor, at the old school near Hassan's store. And his memory of this occasion is particularly vivid because he helped carry the heavy cases of bottled pop  up  that' precipitous shore.  In those days they used to'have candidates for may queen from the various  areas���Kleindale, the north shore, the  south shore���and ersidents bought votes  for their favorite." The one for whom  most votes were purchased was crowned queen of the may, and the proceeds  from the sale of these votes-financed the  celebration.  MADEIRA PARK SCHOOL  Nowadays the event is held at Madeira Park Elementary'School. There are  still sports contests and races; a queen is  chosen, but the selection is made by the  pupiLf at the school on the basis of .popularity; there's a maypole, and a parade.  The queen has attendants���the runners-  up in the election���and they all have flower girls chosen from the younger pupils.-  Su Kammerle has been active on the  May Day committee in recent years,  and she tells me the time has come to  start^making preparations for the 1974  celebration. She doesn't want to see this  time-hallowed event disappear from the  local scene, but she hopes someone else  will come forward to take the responsibility for planning it this time.  A meeting has been called for Sunday, Feb. 17, at 2 o'clock in the Community Hall. It's hoped that there'll be a good  turnout for this preliminary meeting, and  that some of you will volunteers to work  to make May Day 1974 a memorable one.  Parents of elementary school students, in  , particular, should plan to' attend.  The  celebration   usually  takes  place  on .the Saturday of the holiday weekend  Landing last December,- in the forthcom  ing Sunshine' Coast music and drama fes  tival sponsored by the Kiwanis Club.-  They've also agreed to stage this excellent production again locally, at the  Sunshine Inn, on St. Patrick's Day,  March 17. If you missed the December  performance, you should certainly try to  see this one. It's excellent entertainment.  Also from' the Garden Bay area, Vera  Bell tells me'that the.New Horizons project is now complete, and the old Irvine's  Landing school is now entirely refurbished and ready for use. The directors of  this project are anxious that the' newly  available facility should be operated for  the benefit' of all residents of the afea,  and they want to learn in what ways it  can be- best used. So they've called a  meeting for Sunday February 17 at 2  p.m.' in the "school building.  If you have an idea for some activity  for which the,building would be suitable,  be sure to come along. There's a good  kitchen; washrooms, space for various  crafts, a large auditorium.  From Egmont, Jim Goodwin reports  his newly formed art class is doing remarkably well. After only two evenings  of classes, progress is already clearly evident, and Jim expects his group .to be  painting in oils very soon. -  . And the renovations on the Egmont  Community Hall are now underway, under the direction of John Seabrook. John  teils me that the whole community' has  become enthusiastic about the project  and he's getting excellent co-operation  '������ from local business people and the- community in general.  There'll   be   a  slight  interruption  to  the work today, when the ladies of the  club  are holding  a  Valentine tea.  But,  then it'll be back to work as usual  properly examine the insurance cover  they were buying under Autoplan.  "The BCAA survey will be made public as soon as it is finalized and if, necessary, the results placed before the government.  ,; "It won't be our last look at Autoplan. ,The big crunch will be on the service end and we'll be asking motorists  about their adjustment experience later  this year���only then will we know whether the government's monopoly scheme  has been a success or - another expensive  imposition on the motorist," he added..  ANOTHER new feature has been added  I    to Thfe Times with the addition of Ed  .McCaughtrie  who '  starts    a  gardening.  column.'  , McCaughtrie, who ��� stresses organic  gardening, wrote a similar column for  the .Whitby (Ontario) Free Press and has  had articles in Yankee Magazine, a prest-  igous New England .publication. He has  an article due out ' this . spring which  - deals with organic gardening and farming. He has also ' written for" Canadian  Beekeeper. He is .currently ' writingv a  book on organic gardening.  'I've been  gardening for as long as  I know and I won prizes for roses when  ' I was 15 in England,",he said.  He had a one-acre garden in Brooklin,"  Ont. where he kept bees.  "I'm an organic .gardener arid I don't  believe in the use of chemicals for fertilizer or pesticides."   ,    ���'  Mc'Jaughtrie  said  that  although' the .  soil- iii this area is sandy and' gravelly,'  it can  be made into good growing soil -  with the usev of organic additives suclv  as hay, straw, newspaper, organic refuse  including  lettuce,  potato  peelings, hair,'  sawdust, wood  chips,  "and", he added,  "seaweed is very beneficial' to the soiL"  McCaughtrie lives in West Sechelt and  cams here from Ontario. He is a partner  with ��� Harry Smith and Mike Ryan in  Trail Bay Design, a residential and commercial design and construction firm.  ED McCAUGHTRIE  ,   ... columnist  'aafMMawmmaawaaMMKawwiwmimiUMiiMmmifMMUMWMwmaww  TO SERVE YOUS  -_T  our<-basket.  Put  the * nic'e-;ladyte* purse ->--'__that is, .May 18. this year. But it 'takeiS''  8SS-__i^��@S  (Please make a note of this  ,. new number)  back. Now where did he do?'Come back  here you rotten little monster! Now, get  in that cart before/Daddy smacks you."  "I don't wanny," said our child. "I'm  big, I want to push the buggy."  It was shortly after he'd pushed the  cart into the backside of a startled clerk  who was. taking stock that our son was  duly judo-chopped into a sitting position  in the cart, by his father.  "Can't you do something with him?"  asked my husband. "He's impossible."  "''How would you like a nice packet  of gum?" I said sweetly.  At Sedalia Field, Missouri, a private  first class sewed master-sergeant's stripes  on his pajamas, said: "I can dream, can't  1?"  ______S_Z_l_3-__  a long time to complete the plans for the  event, and Feb. 17 is none too early to  get started.  And"'on the Monday, the second general meeting on the prospects for an ice  arena in the Harbour area will be held.  That's Monday, Feb. 18, 7:30 p.m. in Madeira Park Elementary School.  Dennis Cotter said there was a good  turnout for the first meeting, and the  discussion was lively and enthusiastic.  From that meeting it merged that .there  is a strong feeling that the community  , should attempt to, build a full-size hockey  rink rather than settle for a smaller one.  COSTS HIGHER  This, of course, means higher costs.  The' provincial, government will pul; up  Think of it this way:  * i  Did you know you have a weapon against tax bites?  If you're worried that tax bites won't let you save for the.  future, Cpniidn Li(e con put your mind nt case���with the Canada  Life Registered Retirement Savings Plans���they let you take full  advantage of the Income Tax Act.  Here's how they work: you pay no income tax on the money  you save now through registered savings or the money your,registered savings -earn while you arc saving it,' All taxes arc deferred  until you. receive yqur registered savings income, when you retire,  Since registered savings ore subtracted as a deduction on your  income tax return form, it is money that would otherwise he taxed  nt the highest rate possible for you. You save money you would'  norninlly-pay*to-the.Oovcrnment4n4axc8;-.-^w��..-��_-��-  1 _J$E23i_l ljiffj|ffljM ffiffiffll PSfflfBI iffifflsi BSjfffiS IffSfflB fSSfl fP^ffirr^l IQMfl ESB_t p^ff!fl| l^j-^JH  No one has to tell you that the time has come for  all of us to begin using energy resources  responsibly'. You probably try to do that already.  But here's another way to look at it: |n almost  every case, when you save energy, you save on  your pocketbooktoo.  Have you looked around your home lately to see ,.  if there are any causes of heat loss that might be  easily remedied? Here is a checklist that may help  you conserve valuable energy and lower your  heating costs:  ��  For more Information -������ phone or write: i>  TOM CHRISTY  604-0521 (Dm.) 926-3750 (Rot.)  1200-1055 Wott Hastings, Vancouver, P.C  HURRY!   YOU MUST ACT BEFORE FEBRUARY 28  FOR SAVINGS ON YOUR 73 TA^C RETURN  Pvffl|" IBSSJ BBISffll PjHffil tf^Sffll EBB!  l  1  Ub  TEIVIPERATURE:  Dooa your houao ronlly have to bp as worm  oa you hnvo 117 You probnbly would bo quite  comfortable nt 70�� nnd whon you nro  ��� worklna or active around tho houoo, 05"  can bo qulto ndoqunto, 06�� la nlao n good  lovoi to lonvo tho houso whon ovoryono la '  nt work or achool, Do you wnnt to aloop ,  bottor? Try n nloht nt 00��, You mny find thnt  you wnko moro rolroahod, Flnnlly, II you  tnko a winter vncntlon or n okl wookond,  ���S9_l8,qullo.,AdQquR|Q.j\nd..you:il.bQ..nbloJo._-  oot tompornturoa bnck to n oomlortnblo  lovol aoon nllor you roturn,  UNOCCUPIED ROOMS:  Thoro la really no point In paying (or vnluablo  liont (or nraim you're not uolno, Try.thla,  Cloao tlio realgars or rndlnlor vnlvoa ol  unoccupied rooma, Whoro you hnvo electric  bnaobonrda, turn tho thormoalnt down,  Allorwnrda, chock to boo II thoro la nny  rtfimpnoss or condensation, If so, lot /ust  onoiigh Ivmt In lo oatnbllnli n anllslnotory  nlmnaphoro, Simple to do biit II enn unvo  oood money ovnr n winter,  FIREPLACES:  Whenever you'rn not ualno your (Iroplnco,  ho ouro Hint you koop yourdnmpnr tluhlly  r.losod l( you find thnt your dumper does  not fiinr.n tlahlly', or la corrodort, or, If your*  llrepinco dona not hnvo n dnmpor, aonl oil  youi l)rfrf>i��ca opening with a<l��^��rativsi  P��nnl An opon tlroplnco enn qo unnoticed,  ��� vol ho ono o( Iho blggont aouruos o( lienl  Ioob In your homo!  FURNACE FILTERS:,  Horo'a nn Itom thnt Ib olton loroottom ,  Flltora should bo o|onnod periodically nnd  roplncod twice n your to onauro olllolont  hont trnnalor to the living nrona o( tho homo,  And now la n good tlmo,  FURNACE FANS:  During the cold weather, your (umaco Ian  should operate nlmoot contlnunlly, Thin  provonta hot nnd cold epota nnd provides ,  bettor comfort nt lower tompornturoa, II Iho  Inn nnd motor hnvo bonrlng Oil cups, It la    '  good mnlntonnnco pmcllco to ln)oct 2 or 3  drops ol lubricating oil at tho sarno tlmo you  nro changing yoilr llllora, Naturally, unltn,  Hint nro soolod will not require thla attention.  If your fan la holt driven, chock (lint It la nol  allpplng, (Note: For your own anloty, nlwnya  ahut olf the power to tho furnnoo when  lubrlcntlng or changing lllloro,)  DRAPES:  On n bright nnd aunny winter day, lenvn  your drnpoa opon nnd bonolll from Iho nun's  energy, At nlghl nnd on dull days, keep   '  thorn cloned (or Insulation,  Thffje nrm simple slops thnt you enn tnko  right now, It you'd llko moro Information on  saving hont through propor Insulation nnd  construction, contact: Customer Advisory   <  florvlRo^npjJydro,^^^,^^^^^^^^^^^^   B.C.HYDRO��  ise' Energy Wisely  Beat the Energy Crisis Before It Starts, V*?-  The Peninsula Times Page A-3  \    Wednwdoy, February 13, 1974/  u.  I  " ^ ,  W  HANDSOME CARPET bowling trp- shine Coast OAPO league play. Com-  phy is adjnired by Lome MacLareh, peting for trophy will be Gibsons,  centre/ president of Gibsons Old Age Welcome Beach,,   Sechelt,   Roberts  Pensioners' Organizations. Irene and Oreek' and Port Mellon senior citi- ���  Joe Bushfield of Gibsons donated the zens.  trophy as a perpetual award in Sun- ,  Doub/e-alazed windows, too ...  degudte insulation  can save fuel costs  PROPER insulatiorT in  your home can  make a"great^difference,in your heating bills, said Erich Hensch, manager of  B.C. Hydro's Sechelt power district.  "Whether you heat with gas, oil or  electricity you're.wasting money if insulation in your home .is inadequate,"  Hensch pointed out.  "For instance, if "your ceiling insula-  greater amount of heat to the outdoors  than is the case with dry insulation.  For each layer of glass that .is added  to windows, either double glazed units  or storm sash, the amount of heat lost  will be reduced by as much as 50 per cent.  This   can   represent   an   important  fuel     Men, all weather, 2 p.m,  saving.  Double windows also reduce conden-  tion is now two inches thick, and -you    ' sation and steaming, which if severe can  add two -additional inches, chances^ are  you can expect a reduction of about 8  per cent in heating requirements. If you  add an extra four, inches you can expect  about 10 per cent reduction.  "At, present-day fuel costs you'll pay  for installing the extra, insulation in less  than 10 years.. If fuel costs go up, you'll  pay for it that much faster.-     "--       - ���' -  "Additional money-saving suggestions,  that will help you keep heating costs  down, may be had free by contacting  your nearest Hydro office, or Writing to  Heating Section, B.C. Hydro, 970 Burrard  Street, Vancouver 1," he said.  As an example,-by adequately insulating a new house you'll not only save  heating costs, but may be able to reduce,  the size of heating equipment required.  This means double savings and greater  comfort.  If you fail to vent the attic space  over insulated ceilings you may seriously  reduce efficiency of insulation, and perhaps cause condensation of moisture  which will ultimately lead to water stains  and costly wood rot.  Crawl space floors should be covered  with a vapor seal to prevent moisture  evaporating from the bare ground and  causing condensation in the house. It is  important' that crawl spaces also be  vented. ,  Moisture should always be guarded  against as  damp  insulation  conducts  a  result in water stains on furnishings and  walls, and eventually in paint peeling  and rotting of wood.  If you are having a new house built,  Hensch suggested homeowners have the  designer or builder show you what the  house will look like with minimum glass.  SmaUer -windows 'result in reduced  fuel*req_iroments,"gfeater*comfort, lower  Scjujaringlyyours  ", ,���by Maurice Hemstreet  -" 'r '        , \ - i ���'..>/' -'  \-[ NEWS' flash���Harry Robertson, top call---  v,,",    er'for the Country Stars, phoned late '/  >, 'last Friday and asked if I would^kindly',:!  ,i / take, his place. It seems that the ��� old flu -  -''".bug had caught 'up to him, grabbed,him1  fl'by-.the left ieg and quickly  moved up,-  \^'to" his golden throat area which in turn  puts a caller out of business. V  , <~- To my  knowledge,  this  is ,the - first  '^" night of square 'dancing that Harry has  ^ missed in about 15' years  due to sick'- ,  }   ness. That has to,be a record.   '  '"���X.- I went down to the Roberts  Creek   .  ,^r,school again last Friday afternoon and,-  - ,Jwe had another real good go at showing  *  -"Vthe kids how to square dance and have '  -'i[ \iun at the same, time, with seven sets '  vf;  on | the i floor,1 we- -really ' accomplished  quite a-bit. And, I would say, tthat in  '  about' two  more   lessons,  we    will  be  ',, squaring sets'and all that goes with a -,  b 'good time. In fact, I think the kids -are  -, doing very  well and  we  will have  a  , 4errific square dance club of young' people.    '���     , , ' .  ' ���' .Remember, I started to tell you about v  ;/my first holiday where we went to Powell  1 River,   That was  seven  or eight years-  -ago. We   arrived   there    at/tWillington  ~>Park and set up camp, then I phoned a  , square dance friend and asked if 'there  -  -,/was a square dance that night. He .aid,  '���   "There wasn't, but there will be now.') (  Well,, abbut seven   sets  turned - out  on-  short notice" to a * hall,  that  sat beside '  Powell River on the north side of the  "' Powell. River pulp mill property.  This  hall had once been a bunkhouse for out- ,  side workers and not' being used any-'  more, the square dancers were allowed  to use it.                             '  ' A  So they got to "work, fixed it up with  old wagon wheels, lanterns and various  other western articles that were at hand,  had a grand opening and called the hall,  The River Side Rancho.  1 The square dance clubs kept the old  place just a-hoppin' with good times.  Not too long^ggo, the pulp-company donated the hall to the square' dancers on  the ground that they move it, pronto.  So they found a new site on Timberlane  Avenue or Street somewhere up the hill  in Westview, I think, and renamed the  hall, Timberlane Rancho, where- at this,  time square dances are still going strong.  Square and round dancing classes  started Jan. 15, 8:30 p.m. .at the hall,  under the capable hands of caller Larry  Olson. For further information, call "Larry at 483-3988 or Mr. Dewiss Brown at  485-4336. - "'  I "plan to go up and take a few-les-  ' sons, in the meantime, this is all I can  _,,���.,__. ��� ,  ,    .        _, find out about square dancing in Powell  Feb. 24���Tigers vs, Caledonians, Bro-.    Rive-f if j am too far. wrong as to the  ecord& ���Jf ZJc  At. REDUCED Prices I  aped ��� ��� ���  FOLLOWING is the upcoming schedule"  for the Sunshine Coast Soccer League.  DIVISION   7       ,  Feb. 17���Nomads vs Warriors, all  weather, 2 p.m. Douglas Flyers vs Tee  Men, all weather, 1 p.m.  Feb. 24���Tee Men ���vs Nomads, .reserve, 2 p.m. Warriors vs Douglas Flyers,  reserve,  1, p.m.  March 3���Douglas Flyers vs Nomads,  all weather, 1 p.m. Warriors vs Tee Men,  reserve, 1 p.m.  March 10���Nomads vs Warriors, all  weather,  1 p.m. Douglas Flyers vs" Tee  SECOND  HALF, DIVISION   5  Fob. 17���Caledonians vs Kenmac  Bombers, Brothers Park,' 1 p.m. Tigers  vs Totems, Brothers Park, 2:15 p.m.  thers Park, 1 p.m. Kenmac Bombers vs  Totems, Brothers Park, 2:15 p.m.  March 3���Totems vs Tigers, reserve,  2 p.m. Caledonians vs Kenmac Bombers,  Brothers Park, 2,p.-o,.' ��^ > - - '  -' March l 10���CaledoniansJ*vs Totems,'  Brothers Park, 2:15 ,p.m. Tigers vs Ken-  history of* this hall, kindly send me the  correct particulars. In the meantime, happy square dancing to all. May see you  one day, for now, hasta la; vista.  Does Your Club or Group report its  Activities Regularly to The Times?  BBHB  cost  for   smaller   drapes,   and   reduced  cost for the house���a wa}l is cheaper than     mac Bombers, Brothers Park, 1 p.m,  a window. ��� i ~~" :  "Unless you have a truly spectacular  view, you may decide it's good business  to look out of smaller windows���and  pocket the savings," he said.  Sechelt lanes  SECHELT���Tuesday Ladies League-4iigh  1 games: Nell Jager, 315; Nell Jager, 260;  Shelly Jager, 249. High three: Nell Jager,  793; Shelly Jager, q09; Chris Crucil, 533.  Ladies Wednesday: 'Sylvia Jones, 623  (272); Betty Morris, 633 (245), Commercial  high  single:   Marg Humm,   294,  Albert  , Thomson, 283; high three: C. Humm, 612;  Andy Leslie, 661; Albert Thomson, 644.  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Rqajj,|ar price $669,95  SIGHT SPECIAL   $644*^  t  a.'f.  ant t,j*"  / -  PERSONAL (Continued)  ALCOI-OUCS Anonymous ��� -  Meetings 8:30 p.m. Thurs-  , days, Wilson Creek Community Hall. Phone 885-9327. ���-' In.  Madeira Park meetings Wednesdays at 8:30 p.m. in the  Community Hall. Phone 883-  2401. 3952-tfn  �� - ���    ���������������-���-���-"���   ������ ���   -���������������  ���  CLASSES in  creative  acting,  starting soon. Davis Bay. Ph.  885-9450. 4106-tfn  LOST  DARK reddish brown Spaniel  (cross), very shaggy with  white throat. In vacinity Leek.  Road or Peninsula Hotel. Answers to name of Brutus. Reward.  886-9974,       "   4131-12  COMING EVENTS  TWILIGHT THEATRE  Gibsons    ' 886-2827  Thurs.,  Fri., ��� Sat.;   14,   15,' '16  "PAPER MOON",  Sun.,  Mon., Tues.,  17, ,18,  19  "CRIES AND WHISPERS"  All shows 8 p.m. and in color  8827-12  BIRTHS  .     GIBSONS AND SECHEkT  WES-TURN DRUGS  . . T an pleased to spoiuor this  Bfrrh Asnouncoment space, and  , attends Beet Wioho* to the happy  __ pQfCAtQ*  HAROLD and Shirley Wray  - are- pleased to announce the  birth of their daughter, Jillian  Cassandra, weighing 6 lbs., 11'  oz. on January 16, 1974. A sister for Wendy. -<? 3797-12  MURPHY���Bob and Sunni are  pleased to announce the  birth of their daughter Roberta Tammy, 7.6 lbs. Born January 30, 1974. A sister for Kim.        4176-12  OilTUARY  MATTHEWS���Edith M. Mat-  thews' of Roberts Creek died  peacefully on February 8,  1974, at the age of 87 years.  Dearly beloved by her husband Leonard A. Matthews,  daughter Marjorie Bjarlow and  son John Hall,. grandchildren  and great grandchildren. ' a  brother S. J. Hortoh and many  friends. Rev. David Brown  conducted the funeral service  in St. A i d a n' s Anglican  Church, Roberts Creek on  Tuesday, Feb. 12.. Cremation.  Harvey Funeral Home directors. A Requiem, service of  Holy Communion will be held  at Christ Church? Cathedaral,  Vancouver on Sunday, Feb;  ruary 17 at 4:30 p.m.  4168-12  CARDS OF THANKS  I WOULD like to'thank all  those who visitfed me, sent  flowers, cards and'/phone calls.  Also nurses and kitchen staff  for their kindness to me while  I was a patient in'St. Mary's  Hospital. ���Lily Hammond.    .  3799-12  . BOB   Harvey  would  like   to  thank all his friends for letters, cards and flowers sent to.  him during his stay in Shau-  ghnessy   Hospital,   Vancouver.  4170-12  I WISH to thank friends and     u/iriBif u/awitbi.  .    relatives   for   cards,   letters-  WW**  WAmw   and   lovely   flowers.,.. received -j,-,�� T/-T>Mccin, wA-,-;-'j,a��� >���_-v.  d���ri�����r   mv   ntav   i��   Rhmitfh-    LICENSED heavy1 duty mechanic and welder. Phone 886-  Poge A-4~Peninsulo Times, Wednesday, Feb. 13, 1974  CLASSIFIED, ADVERTISING RATES  Phone:   885-9654  or  885  Published Wednesdays by  Powell   River  News* Town   Crier  Sechelt Times Ltd.,  at Sechelt, B.C.  Established 1963  Special rate $3.00 per month for  2-line listings in this classification.  Cash with order only.      ���  -  Extra   Lines,   $1.50   Per   Month.  PENINSULA-   Times:"   Phone  Sechelt    885-2635    or    885-  9654. Gibsons office: 886-2121.  BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY  . ILLNESS FORCES SALE  THRIVING* HOBBY SHOP  Steady and growing clientel.  All stock, 2 year lease with  option. Plus $1800 revenue  from sublet.- $7000 cash, terms  on balance of $3000 at 8 per  cent. Enquiries write Box 737,  Sechelt, B.C.  8801-tfn  OPPORTUNITY for semi-re-  tired person; must have  some knowledge of the sea  and be able to handle a power  boat. Terms can be discussed.  Write Box 4056, Peninsula  Times, P.O. Box 310, Sechelt,  VON 3A0. .        4056-14  HELP WANTED  LADY cleaner required for  .part time evening work in  Sechelt area, approx. 8 hours  a Aveek. Apply Box 4180, Peninsula Times, Box 310, Sechelt, B.C. 4180-12  CARPENTER  HANDYMAN  Local Logging Camp requires  Carpenter - Handyman imm-.  ediately. Please contact W. G.  MUIR   at   (112)796-2757   days  or (112)853-1827 eves."  8825-12  Member, Audit Bureau  of Circulationi  September 30, 1973  Gross Circulation 3950  Paid Circulation 3744  As filed  with the  Audit  Bureau  of Circulation, subject to audit.  Classified Advertising Rates:  3-Lirie Ad-Briefs (12 words)  _ne Insertion . $1.20  Three Insertions $2.40  Extra lines (4 words) 35c  (This rate does not apply to  commercial Ad-Briefs)  ���2635.    Gibsons; 886-2121  Box Numbers ..1 50c extra  50c Book-keeping charge is added  for Ad-Briefs not paid by  publication date.  Legal or Reader advertising 40c  per count line.  Deaths, Card of Thanks, In Mem-  oriam, Marriage and Engagement  ' notices are $4.00 (up to 14 lines)  and 35c per line after that. Four  words per line. -  Birth, Notices, Coming Events take  regular classified rates.  Subscription Rates:  By Mail:  - Local' Area  ._$7.00yr.  .$8.00 yr.  Outside Local Area  U.S.A.  $10.00 yr.  Overseas  _ $11.00 yr."  Senior Citizens,  Local Area $6.00  Single Copies 15c  Copyright and/or property rights subsists in all display advertising and'  other material appearing in the edition of the Sechelt Peninsula Times.  Permission to reproduce wholly or in part and in any form whatsoever,  particularly by a photographic or offset process in a publication, must  be obtained in writing from thepublisher.-Any unauthorized reproduction  will be subject to recourse in law.  WORK WANTED (Cont.)       FOR RENT (Continued)  GENERAL    handyman.    Carpentry,  painting  and    light  hauling." Ph. 886 9516. 2285-tfn  FOR all your carpentry needs,  call A. Sheppard Contracting at 885-2978. 3783-tfn  LIGHT hauling, deliveries,  house and garden clean up,  gardening, furniture* moving,  etc. Free estimates. Phone  886-9503. '   3274-tfn  GENERAL house repair handyman   and   light   hauling.  Ph. 886-2770.        - 4113-13  YOUNG girl wishes .full time  employment. Preferably  office  work, grade  12   grad in  Commerce. Phone 886-2665.  - 4140-12  DIGGING sewer    lines,  garden, etc. Tree service, wood  cutting,    cat   work.    Insured.  886-9597. 3629-tfn  FISHING rod repairs. Custom  work.,   Reasonable.    Phone  885-9570. 3940-12  FOR RENT  RUBY  Lake  Motel ��� cabins  available   at   winter   rates.  $110 per month. 883-2269.  3369-tfn  2  BEDROOM house in West  Sechelt,  available  March  1  to July. $125 mo. Phone 885-  9581. 4181-14  during my stay in Shaugh-  nessy Hospital and a special  thanks to LARCL, Branch 109,  Gibsons, B.C. also Dr; Rogers,  St. Mary's Hospital, Sechelt. ,.  ���Sincerely W. S. McFie.  '     '"'    4159-12  2603.  4167-14  PERSONAL  BAHA'I World Faith and plan  for   all   mankind.   Ph.   885-  9450,   886-2078. Vi  ,"    4105-tfn  AUTOflpAN  Obtain  your Vehicle  Licenc-  and   Insurance   quickly,   no  lineups  Phone MARY<or JO-ANNE  for appointment'at 885-2235  , 24 'ljr>.,  Sechelt Agencies Ltd.  corner  of   Trail   and   Cowrie  ,     8811-11  .- -'        '    ��� ���       . . ..I������ ���  FOR square aqnee information  contact Pat  or  Jack Whit-  ��ker, 885-2438, 3273-tfn  (ON HIGHWAY 10)  AT FRANCIS PENINSULA ROAD)  autoplan  AUTHORIZED   uuiupiuu    AGENT   !  ,  PENDER HARBOUR -' EGMONT - EARL COVE  _-_ ; ���, ������ ���'������: ; :���i_���_  NELSON ISLAND ���23 acres, 4000' of beach. Good  summer  homo, Asking  $140,000,  $50,000 down,;  ' ; '^!"\   balancoat9%.        "/ ,  ALSO -I ACRE rLOT���;-285<'*beachrFs'P^$30,000,-*  WATERFRONT ACREAGE -- Approx. 9% acre-, with  350' watorfront and summer cottage, on Francis Peninsula. $60,000 with good torms. '  PEARSON  ISLAND ���- 24 acres, close to Pender  Harbour. Good Investment at $125,000.  SMALL ACREAGE ��� with 3 bedroom homo. Crook  through properly. House needs fixing, F,P. $20,000.  WATERFRONT LOT��� 80', lovely vlow - Powor and  water-F.P, $17,900.  MODEST H&M'E ���- Neat 2 bedroom bungalow on  lovol view lot, Southom. exposure. Only. $21,000 P.P.,,  CEDAR HOME ��� On lovely vlow property. Leasehold  land. 3 bedrooms, fully furnished, only $29,500.  John Green  803-9978  PHONE 883-2794  WE NEED LISTINGS  Archie Drayton  883-9926  Jock Hermon  883-2745  DAVIS BAY, 2 BR, full basement, auto oil heat, elec.  fridge and stove. Excellent  view. Available April 1 on  year lease. $200 month. Phone  885-2886. 4175-12  v  AUTOPLAN  Obtain  your  Vehicle  licence  and   Insurance   quickly,   no  ov   lineups  Phone MARY or JO-ANNE  for appointment at 885-2235  ,   24  hrs.  Sechelt Agencies Ltd.  corner  of   Trail   and   Cowrie  8807-11  WANTED responsible man to  do building repairs and care  for chickens etc., for use of  eggs and much reduced rent  of house.  Phone 885-2443.,   ~  4134-12  RITZ Motel, reasonable daily  and weekly rates. 886-2401.  3407-tfn  HALL for rent. Wilson Creek  Community    Hall.'   Contact  Marg Pearson, 885-2337.  3246-tfn  FURNISHED   trailer.   Roberts  Creek area. Phone" 886-9372.  4163-12  USE TIMES ADBRIEFS  TO SELL, RENT. SWAP. BUY  WANTED TO RENT  PENDER Harbour area, 3 bed-  room    home,    unfurnished.  Ph.   (112)   883-9969.      4093-12  THE BEACHCOMBERS  .    ARE BACK!  r._.\  . ... and we need accommodation.    Contact   Joe   Battista,  P.O.    Box,  4600,    Vancouver  V6B 4A2 or call 684-0246.   ���  8813-tfn  REAL ESTATE  160 ACRES beautiful elevated  property, some view, trails,  secluded. Near Secret Cove,  $80,000. Write Box | 310, c/o  The Times, Sechelt, B.C.   3212 tfn  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  NEW 3 bedroom house. Phone  886-2417.- 2551-tfn  LEVEL   treed   lot,   103'x401\  On   all  services.   Driveway  in. $13,500, terms. Phone (112)  826-9208. 4038-tfn  FOUND   a  house you  want?  Mortgage   money- available.  Bank   of   Montreal,   Gibsons,  Sechelt and Madeira Park.   4186-14  ROBERTS CREEK  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  ROBERTS   CREEK���Beautiful  '2 acre view lot, $23,900. Ph.  386-9301. 4111-13  REAL ESTATE (Con't)  ,LAND' available   in   Sechelt  -,   village.  Will  build  to' suit.^  Contact Mission Point Devel-,  opments Ltd'.' Box 547, Sechelt'  or'phona 885-&951.       3913-tfn  YOUR. AUTOPLAN CENTRE  K. BUTLER REALTY LTD.  All Types of Insurance  Gibsons,' B.C.  Phone  886-2000  or  886-9121  SELMA PARK: Small 5 room  cottage*in good location. Near ���  beach etc. $12,000.  Commercial, revenue on the  waterfront. _ 1800' floor area  plus 900' . modern < suite. Off  street' parking. Operate as  store. Necessary equipment on  hand plus some stock. Well  wonh looking into; the returns merits a close look. Call  Norm Peterson for" full details and price.  ROBERTS CREEK: 2 year old  modern'5 bdrm."home. Comb,  dining' and living room, fireplace, family size kitchen  featuring lots of Citation cupboards, 2 full , bathrooms.  Lower level has finished rec  room with fireplace, utility  room, den, roughed in 3rd  bath. Situated on large view  lot.  $42,500.  GIBSONS: Large view lot in  desirable location. $2,500.- on  $8,000.  full price.  GIBSONS RURAL: Small lot  has small building, rented at  present. $8,500.  LISTINGS   WANTED!  MEMBER  MULTIPLE LISTING  SERVICE     -  Norm Peterson 886-2607  Freda DuMont 886-7105   ,   8834-12  8.6 ACRES at Roberts Creek.  Stream   and   view.   Private.  926-1024. 3922-tfn  APPROX.    3    acres,    vicinity  North Road, Gibsons. * $9000.  Phone 886-7792. 4036-12  SELMA PARK���Lot  100x135'  cleared, view, on Trail Bay.  $8000. Ph.  885-2709/     4048-12  NICELY treed view lot, fully  serviced.. Lot 19 Wesjack Rd.  near Madeira Park. By owner.  Ph.   (112)   594-0656.      3786-13  Mobile homes  AYERS   Mobile   Home  Park:  We have two trailer spaces  available.  885-2375.  3946-tfn  WILL  butcher,   dress   or   cut"  your  meat   or   game,   your  place or mine. Phone 883-9045.  3044-tfn  FURNACE    installations   and  burner . service.   Free   estimates.   Ph.   886-7111.      36-tfn-  PEERLESS    Tree    Services-  Guaranteed    insured   work.  Phone  885-2109. 1887-tfn  FISHING rod repairs, custom  work,   reasonable.   Ph,   885-  9750. 4135-17  -MAN for odd jobs, painting,  have equipment; wood cutting, have chain sa,w etc.; windows, gardens etc. Phone 885-  2779. 4103-13  MOBILE Auto Glass ��� Last  chance to replace present  auto glass damage before Feb.  20. Will bo on Sunshine Coast  Feb. 18. Phone 886-9159 or  880-7187. 4153-12  MEMBER OF  'MULTIPLE LISTING  SERVICE  BOX 769, SECHELT, B.C.  ��  St ESTATES LTD.  REAL ESTATE  ESTATES LTD  PHONE 885-2241  SECHELT AND AREA  LARGE LOT  Nicely treed. Approximately 1Vi miles to Sechelt, Trailers permitted. Only $8,9O0i, Call Suzanne Van Egmond.  TUWANEK  RECREATIONAL & RESIDENTIAL LOTS  SECLUDED TREED LOTS  Within   ono   mile   of   Marina,   Shopping  Centre,   Schools,   lco  Arena,  Hospital,  and   Beach,  Several   lots availablo  for under  $10,000, Call Len or Suzanne Van Egmond.  SEMI WATERFRONT  Year round brook, ocean view and seclusion make this unusual  Hexigon Home truly unique. Land is almost an acre of cleared  park. All electric with a central stone fireplace. F.P,  $38,900.  Call Jack or Stan Anderson.  PENDER HARBOUR  WEST SECHELT  Trallor site,  243'  on  Nor-West  Bay  Road.  Stan or Jock Anderson.  $9500.   F.P.  Call  WEST SECHELT  Residential lot 83x170, cleared with crock, easy accoss on to tho  lot and beach access across tho road. Services available, Shade  ��� trees on tho lot. F.P. $9,500. Call Jack or Stan Andorson.  ���   800' WATERFRONT ACREAGE  Southern exposure. Protected deep water moorage for fishing and  boating.   Beautiful   park-llko   upland   and   pebble   beach   for  swimming. Excellent for group investment or subdivision,  F.P. $125,000. Call Len or Suzanne Van Egmond,     REDROOFFS ROAD AND AREA   i <  '���..���. TRAILOR LOT ��� WEST SECHELT     ,     ,  90'x205' on Wakeflold Road, Fully serviced, year round crook/  good soil, partially cleared, F.P.  $10,500, Call Stan or Jack  , Andorson,  1 ' '..'.',' ���    ���'���'    TREED R2 LOT  Cleared slto for mobile homo, serviced, $8,450, F.P. Call Jack  ��� or Stan Anderson.  . ':''' ���' . VIEW LOTS ������, WILSON CREEK V  A.now subdivision of view properties by Cameo"Lands, % mllo  from Highway 101 on VMrport Road, Black top roads and all  services on tho land, Gentle south slope and easy lot accoss mako  those lots good building sites priced from $6750, Call Stan,  Jack, Suranno or Lon 885-2241.    '  VIEW LOT - PORPOISE BAY     ,  Outstanding vlow of Inlet, Lovely sandy beach, Cloared and ready  for building, Future curling and lco rink only a couple of blocks.  away. Closo to Socholt, Only $10,500. Call Lon or Suzanne Van  ,   Egmond. ,  ,r. ������.::,,,,������<���;..,,,,GO\yE|\,poiNT view,lot, . .���,._.;... ��� ; _';  % aero of trood privacy with all sorvlcos.', Fuiufo 'subdivision'������  potential, F.P. $12,000, Call Jack or Stan Andbrsqn,   ���' '/���'���      5 ACRES'  Hoaylly trood   land  with  farm  potential,   Powor on  tho   slto,  Gazetted Road on ono side partially In, A good buy ot $21,500.  \       Call Stan or Jack Andorson.      ,  COZY WATERFRO>iT^TfAGE\ SELMA PARK  Ultra modem Interior. Kitchen ha* frldgo, electric range, fluorescent lighting/ living room ha* built-in lounging choir* that double  at beds, Fireplace burn* real wood, Wall-to-wall shag carpeting In  living and bedrooms, Anchpr your boot behind breakwater In  frohl of property, $15,000 lnc|udo�� mo��t of tho furnishings, Call  Davo Roberts,  "selmaTark^  Immaculate 2 bedroom homo with a panoramic vlow of Iho Gulf.  Only 1 ihort block to safo beach and boat moorage, small low  maintenance lot,  All  landscaped,  F.P,  $24,250, Call  Jack or  Stan Andorson,  TREE$ . VIEW - BEACH  Waterfront property, Redrooffs Road, Approx.  1 acre. Full price  ., $16,700 cash, Call Davo Roberts,  WATERFRONT LOT - 1 ACRE   .  Closo to Socholt, Southern exposure, Great vlow of Morry Island  and Strait of Georgia, Only $18,500, Call Len or Suzanne Van  Egmond.  REDROOFFS ESTATES    i I 7  Largo trood, properties approx. % acre trood. Zoned R2,,trallors  allowed, Paved roads, closo to Sargont Bay,  hot fishing spot,  /Priced frpm $6,250. Call Jack or Stan Andorson,  CREEK FRONT LOT,     ''/ ' .    '  Only   $5250   full   prlco,   Roberts  Crook  aroa   closo   to   beach  accoss, Tall trees, Serviced with warer and powor. Call Jack or  Stan lAndorson.  DAVIS BAY  DAVIS BAY DUPLEX     '  ,    ,  Modorn up and down 2 bedrooms odch, unit. Good vlow dyer  Trial  Island and Gulf, one block to public boach.  Full prlco  $38,000. Coll Stan or Jack Andorson,  DAVIS BAY VIEW HOME  FANTASTIC VIEW, OF TRAIL ISLANDS ',  Lovely 3 bedroom homo with full basement, carpots throughout,  2 fireplaces, en��ulto plumbing, tundock, carpet, All now homo* In  aroa, Ready lo m^vo Into, Asklno $44,500 with only $11,500  dawn, Coll Lon or Suzanno Van Egmond,  DAVISI BAY -VIEW  Delightful pojt ond beam 3 bedroom homo, Well established so  all   landscaping   dono,   Attached  carport,   Hugo   sundeck  with  wrought Iron railing. Patio door. AH cedar siding. F.P. $37,500.00,  Call Lon or Suzanne Van Egmond.  Looking for a now homo ��� contact us -��� wo havo a g<^ soloction to choosa from. Call ton  or Sutanno Van Egmond, 885-2241, 885-9683.  Dav�� Rotart*  Ev����� Phono 085-9785  �����n or Su.anno Van &jmortd  Evm, Phono 885-9683  Jack ��r Ston And��rion  Eves, phono 885-2053 or 865-2385  VANCOUVER DIRECT LINE MU-5-5544  SEE US AT OUR OFFICE ACROSS FROM THE SECHELT BUS DEPOT-  SINCLAIR BAY ROAD  Good family  home-3  BR,  full  basement with  roughed-in  extra  bedroom, sundeck On 2 sides. Needs some finishing. Owner will  complete for. $33,000.  /  ,    "      ACREAGE  1. Near Madeira Park ���. approx. 2% acres on Hwy. 101.  $25,000.  2. KLEINDALE ��� 20 acres approx. nicely treed property.  $35,000.. '   -<  3. FRANCIS PENINSULA ��� approx. 37 acres, partially developed with approx. 3,900' of primary roads constructed.  Possible 86 lot subdivision. $150,00,0.  4. MIDDLE POINT ��� 20 acres approx. of nice view property  on Highway 101. Treed, with'roads and trails throughout.  Small cabin on  property.  $3,000.  HOME & SWIMMING POOL ��� MADEIRA PARK  10'x33'   mobile   home   with   well   built   12'x33'   addition   -   2  BR's,  W/W shag  carpet,   fireplace.   16'x32'  pool  with   diving  board and ladder. Also an  8'x29' trailer,  rented  for  $90 per t  mm, Landscaped. Walking distance to school, P.O., stores and  marinas. $45,000.  VIEW LOTS -��� GARDEN BAY ESTATES  In a beautiful setting, serviced with paved road, water and hydra.  Public access to waterfront. Closo to stores, marinas and pott  office. $6,000 to $10,500.  RAE'S MARINA  2.21 acres in Madeira'Park with 180' waterfront - good gravel  beach, boat launching ramp, floats, boat shop 24'x50' with all  necessary heavy shop equipment, marine ways (35 ton capacity  with 2 carriages), foreshore lease. 4 BR home with partial basement, 1% bathrooms, oil furnace, good view. $105,000.  GUNBOAT BAY  675'   very   choice   waterfront.   Approx.    15   acres   of   privacy,  beautifully treed. Southern exposure. Water access only. $77,000.  GARDEN BAY  1,542 sq. ft. 3 BR 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 31 x55' barn, shed, rodeo pens, viewing stand and concession stand. Older 2 BR house, fruit trees, two  year-round streams'througluproperty. $75,000.  EGMONT  1. Very large 4 BR home, approx. 244' waterfront on three separate lots. Float. Excellent for a group purchase. $105,000.  2. 2%. BR' home on  70'  waterfront   lot with float. Good   for  -..summer   home   or   year   rouijd^ residence.,s,$,31,000,,  3( Approx. jis^acre view property .with ,111' frontage on Egrnqnt,  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, 413,000.  COHO MARINA AT MADEIRA PARK  Approx. 800' waterfront, 3.93 acres of park-like land. 2 BR  owner's home, 4 HK units, camper and trailer sites, washroom.  Marine ways, concrete boat launching ramp, 8 rental boats and \  motors, foreshore lease. Marine repair shop, office, sales of  marine and fishing supplies, Approx, 650 lineal ft. of floats.  Mercury franchise, Home Oil and Starcroft Boats dealer, $260,000 ���  plus stock.-  TRAILER PARKS  7 ISLES MOBILE HOME PARK ��� 3 acres approx., close to  Madeira, Park on Hwy. 101, overlooking Malaspina Strait. 11  trailer spaces ready, room for expansion. $60,000.  SUNDANCE TRAILER COURT ��� 21 spaces on Hwy, 101 at  Sechelt. 2% acres approx. of leased land - 24 years remaining on lease, $150,000,  MADEIRA PARK STORE  Busy general store and adjoining 1% bedroom owner's homo in  centre of shopping area at Madeira Park. Approx. 100' frontage  on Madeira Road and approx, 100' frontago on Hwy. 101, containing 1.09 acres, $50,000 plus stock.  7 ISLES RESTAURANT BUSINESS  Equipment and business, 3 BR suite for operator, Not operating  at present, but could bo quickly readied for operation. Asking  ���.,  $18,500, Open to offers.  CLAY'S MADEIRA MARINA  Approx. _ acres, 250' choice wotorfront'In Madeira Park, 30'x80'  concrete shop building with repair facilities, display and sales,  room, office, stockroprp, Owner's 2 BR homo, 7 motol units,  facilities for camper and trailer units, 5 rental Boats and motors,  launching ramp, floats, foreshore loose, Largo up-to-dato stock  of boats, motors, parts; marine hardwaro, Evlnrudo solos and service/$250,000 plus cash for stock        /   , /  MADEIRA PARK LOTS  VIEW LOTS - sorvlcod with wator and hydro, $7,500 to $9,800,  COMMERCIAL LOTS - In Madeira Park, $16,000 and $20,000,  SINCLAIR BAY ROAD  Jj3tJ^o,;^l-a^oJrc^  EGMONT MARINA -FISHING RESORT,  Approx, 4.5 ocros, approx, 660' watorfront, 11 motol units,  owner's 3 BR homo, lodge with B slooplng rooms, restaurant and  store (loosed out), Standard Marine, Jtatlon, bait sales, flooto,  launching ramp, 8 rental boats, camper space and room for  expansion, $250,000.  SAKlNAW, LAKE  165' deep waterfront, 7 acres of trood proporty, Water accoss  only. $25,000;   ,.  VIEW HOME ���BARGAIN HARBOUR  Woll built, beautifully finished 2 BR homo on two levels, Lo|a  of extras, '3rd Br, needs some finishing, Covered sundock qncl  covered carport. Closo to public beach area, excellent vlow.  AUo has a 1 BR furnished Ponabodo cottage which rents for  $90 por month. $62,000,  CALL OLLI OR JEAN SLADEY  ff-f t   -iTiir Ji-m i- ���_-������--������ ���_<��i.  fc  REALTY LTD.  Madeira Park, B.C.  Phono Ponder Harbour 883-2233 MOBILE HOMES (Cont.)       AUTOS, TRUCKS (Cont.)        LIVESTOCK (Continued)        FOR SALE (Continued)  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  DOUBLE   WIDE  AS- LOW AS  $12,900  " Your choice of Decor and  ( Options  Price   includes1  delivery   and  set up. 100 per cent financing  available O.A.C.  Call Collecf    '  434-8771 or 936-6524  Regal Mobile Homes Ltd.  6655 rKingsway, Burnaby, B.C.  MDL  25012  8824-tfn  -  MOBILE   home   space   available   March   1.   Big   Maple ���  Trailer Court. 885-9513.  '    4120-tfn  .,   Sunshine Coast Mobile  Home Park and Sales  Hwy.~ 101 Gibsons Ph., 886-9826  TV 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,  $19,700.  All models include 2 dr., frost  free fridges, deluxe ranges,  . washers and dryers, custom-  made furniture, delivery and  complete set-up. -All taxes included, no hidden charges.' No  extras to buy.   8818-tfn  BUYING    a . Mobile    Home?  Contact   us, first:   Bank  of  Montreal,   serving ' the   entire  Sunshine  Coast. 4185-14  10'x40' NEW elec. heat, in Big  Maple Court. $4000. Possession March 1. Phone (112)883-  2489. 4158-12  ���AUTOS, TRUCKS, Ete.  1967   DODGE   Monaco.   Very  good   condition.   Best- offer.  884-5308.    * 3796-12  '68 MERCURY  Ms  ton, $1400.  Phone 885-2305.        ,4172-12  LET us finance your next vehicle! Arrange your financing first: and save, at the  Royal Bank, Sechelt, 885-2201.   3855-tfn  *54 FARGO pick up. $150. Ph.  885-2300. <   4173-12  '69 CHEV pickup, 31,000 mi.,  needs some body work. 307  engine. $1500. Madeira Marina,  883-2266r- ,        -; 4189-14 ���  TWO   '69   FORDS.   Ex-taxis.  Good transportation. Offers.  885-2251.  ��� 3970-tfn  '59 FORD panel. Standard 16"  wheels,    $300.   Phone    886-  7839. 4179-12  1974 to 1971 FORD trucks, 7  to choose from. Bargain  prices. Copping's Car Town,  D.L. 4201. 885-2204 days, 885-  2084   nites. 4183-12  1965 DODGE 4 door, 6 cyl.;  auto., custom radio, 2 extra mounted tires, nicely  maintained, $350. Phone 886-  7858. ��� 4151-12  CLASSIC 1956 Oldsmobile , 88,  2 door H.T., completely  original , including factory  paint, drivers manual, etc. Immaculately kept since new,  , $250 firm. Ph. 886-2334.   4150-12  1972 COUNTRY Squire, 21,000  miles, full power, full equip-  ment.   885-9563. 4057-14  1965 VALIANT, slant 0 eng-  Ine,   good   condition,   $550.  '   ptV 080-2084,   ,- 4132-12  AUTOPLAN  Obtain your Vehicle Licence  and  Insurance  quickly,  no  , ,   lineups  Phone MARY or JO-ANNE  for appointment nt 885-2235  24  hra.  Secholt Agencies Ltd.  corner of  Troll  and  Cowrie  ( 8806-U  '02  CHEVY' Va   ton  pick  up  With canopy, $300i 800-7810,  w.,!0B INTERNATIONAL,Travel-.,  all,  Excellent  engine, $550,  Phono   8l)B-9710,l 4157-12  1961 CHEV sedan, .61,000 orig.  ' miles,   new  shocks,- brakes,  valves,   tires,   $350!' Ph.   886-  2401. , 3785-tfn  '59 FORD Galaxie. City tested., PS, PB, new tires, $250  or ?.- Phone 885-9777.  . 4160-12  HONDA  100  Motorcycle,   900  mi:,   as   new'.   Cost   $700   -  asking   $450.   Phone   885-2522  or .885-2519. 4089-12  1969    RIVIERA,    gold    with  vinyl  top, completely load-,  ed,    low    mileage,    beautiful-  condition,   $3200.   Phone   883-  9020. -   4133-14  '60 PONTIAC auto. 6 cyl. Reliable/ transportation.    Best  offer.  Ph.  885-2325.      4037-12  '69 % TON International pickup- H/D suspension and  clutch, 4 speed trans. Walk  in box with' shelves, 34,000  miles. Ideal for the contractor,  truck', in excellent shape,  $2300. Ph.  885-2062.      4138-12  1959 INTERNATIONAL 5 ton  van equipped for hauling, 4  horses, large loading ramp,  runs well, good'- shape, $800.  Brushwood Farms, R.R. 1,  Pratt Road^ Gibsons, Ph. 886-  2160. 4144-12  1965 RAMBLER Ambassador,  auto., P/S, 160 on completely rebuilt engine, radio, tape  deck,, reclining bucket seats,  etc., $700. Phone 886-2512. '  .   ^ 4148-12  MOTORCYCLES  '70   BSA   Lightning, ' 650   cc.  Phone  886-2484.- 4178-12  50, cc.   BOMBARDIER   Trail  bike,   good   condition,  $150.'  Phone 883-2738. 4155-12  BOATS & ENGINES  15* CLINKER. Rigged for sail.  Can be seen at Porpoise Bay  wharf. $250. Box 761. Sechelt.          ,   .4165-12  DEALING.   19'  double ' ender,  18'   clinker   type,   12'   boat  trailer,   35   hp   Mercury   OB,  885-2305.  t -     '     . 4171-12  21'    FIBREFORM    with    165  Mercruiser motor. Immaculate condition. .Excellent price  for quick sale. Phone 885-2418.  4042-12  SAILBOAT.   24   OD,   320   A.  Ready for rigging, $5000 or-  nearest offer. Phone 886-7063.  4177-14  15  'RUNABOUT  with 55  hp  Evinrude,  conv.   top,   bilge  pump,   etc.   Trailer   included.  Madeira Marina,  883-2266.  ���  "     -      .   ,  �� 4188-14  13' FIBREGLAS 'Whaler' type  runabout on trailer, 40 H.P.,  Johnson ' with. steering1  con-!  , trols and elec. "start, $1200. Ph. ���  (112)  261-6034. 4130-12  13'   PIBREGLASS   boat  with  20 H.P. Merc and trailer, all  in good' condition, $1000. Ph.  886-9130. 4137-tfn  ' EIGHT-YEAR old] 26-foot  Turner-style work boat. Rebuilt Chrysler marine engine,  tow post and radio, $7,200,  will consider offers. Buccaneer Marina, 885-9563.     4055-14  BRUSHWOOD' Farm,  R.R. 1,.  Gibsons. Quarter horse t'stal-  lion at stud. Phone 886-2160.  4145-tfn  PETS "  ADORABLE male puppy. Free  to , good home.. Phone  886-  9824. ' , 4169-12  MORTGAGES ^  LIVESTOCK  1st AND 2nd MORTGAGES  Residential .-  Commercial -'  1   - ��� . - Recreational        -   .  AH types of real estate financing including builders loans.  Fast appraisal.service.  ACADIAN MORTGAGE  CORP. LTD.  2438 . Marine  Drive,  West  Vancouver.  B.C.  Phone 926-3256  8227-tfn  MORTGAGE money available  ���Bank of Montreal, serving  the entire Sunshine Coast.  ^  4187-14  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  WANTED TO BUY  LARGE   view   lot   zoned  for  mobile   home.'  Phone   (112)  859-9124   or   write   33721   Es-'  sendene Ave.,  Abbotsford.  ' 4136-14  USED electric organ. Call 885-  2671. 4142-12  CHILD'S���car seat. Phone 885-  '2362. 4124-11  ELECTRIC lawn mower. Ph.  886-2580 evenings.     4164-12  FOR SALE  1971 CASE 580 backhoe, 1900  hours, new valve bank.  Available to view 3833 Lancaster Road, Victoria or phone  (112)  479-6820. 4096-13  23"  ADMIRAL console black  and  white TV,  $100. Good  condition.   886-9831.      3800-12  AUTOPLAN  Obtain  your Vehicle  Licence  and   Insurance  quickly,   no  ,��� ., -lineups ��� ��� -  Phone MARY or JOANNE  for appointment at 885-2235  24  hrs.  Sechelt Agencies Ltd.  corner  of   Trail   and  Cowrie   8809-11  TELESCOPE   for  star gazing  with  stand,   high  powered,  like brand new. Ph. 885-2779.  ^___ 4149-12  ELECTROLUX sales and service, Pick up and delivery.  885-2007. 4166-tfn  1969 FLYING L,2 horse trailer, brakes, lights, step in de- '  sign, good shape; $1000, Near  new   2   horse   factory.- built  stock rac\ for  %  or  %  ton  pick-up. Looks like a camper.  Has 2 escape doors~and-lights-  $500. Phone Brushwood Farm  R.R. 1, Gibsons, 886-2160.* 1   , '   '    ,     ' 4146-12  WHOLESALE   lumber,   rough  and.   planed,    $50-$95    per  thousand ���v feet.    Call    collect  926-1024. - 3784-tfn'  GE FRIDGE,  13  cu.  ft.  Cop-  pertone.     Good     condition,  $100. Phone 885-2300.   4174-12  \  SCUBA COMPRESSOR  i r  Model   223   Ingersol   Rany   4  cfm, max. 3,000 psi, complete.  Can be seen running. $2100 or  best offer. ' -  ASk FOIt FREE CATALOGUE OF REAL ESTATE  GORDY, 883-2444  8778-9  22'  TRAVEL trailer,  tandem,  sleeps    7.    Self    contained  $3,000 or trade for boat. 885-  9341. 4182-12  JOHN Deere model 110 lawn  and garden tractor. C-W  Flair mower, rotary motor and  sickle bar, $850. Fridge, $25.  Two 24" elec. ranges, $40 ea.  Sunshine Coast Trailer, Park,  Hwy. 101, Gibsons. 886-9826.   * '3792-tfn  BEAUTIFUL junior sized pi-  ano accordion, includes lessons for home on record and  some music., Suitable for  young or old. $75. 886-9537.   4058-12  FIREPLACE   wood   for   sale.  Alder  and fir.   Phone   885-  9311 or 883-2417. ���       3233-tfn  MOVING,   must   sell  2   door  frost   free   refrigerator,   ex-  , cellent condition. Large freezer compartment, $200 or best  offer. Ph. 885-2507.       4152-13  BIRD cage and stand, $12, almost new.  Phone  885-2092.   4154-12  WRINGER washer, like new,  $65.   Phone   (112)   883-2563.   4100-13  19" PORTABLE TV. Excell-  ent condition.^ 24" elec.  range. Large oil heater and  small   oil   heater.   Sofa   bed.  Winnipeg couch. Phone ,885-  _ 2422. 4162-12  AUTOPLAN  . Obtain  your  Vehicle Licence'  and   Insurance   quickly,   no  lineups.  Phone MARY or JO-ANNE  for Appointments at 885-2235  24  hrs.  Sechelt Agencies Ltd.  corner   of  Trail   and   Cowrie   8810-11  4 VW tires,  bug screen  and-  complete   trailer   hitch,   all  for $45. Ph. 885-9339.   4139-12  ATTENTION fire place owners, a fireplace grate that  gives added heat to your living -, room. Coast Thermo-  Grate Sales, Box 291, Gibsons.  Phone   886-2737. 4141-12  WOOD ��� not delivered,  $25  Cord.  Phone  886-7128.   3782-12  PLAY Lions Community Bingo, cards available, .$1.00 ea.  by phoning 885-2012 days  or  885-2027 nights. 4184-tfn  SWIFT Feeds ��� H. Jacobson,  Swift dealer. Nor'West Rd.,  Sechelt. Phone 885-9369. Chicken feeds - Horse feed - Hog  feed - Cattle feed. Hay and  .Other feed& by order.   258-tfn  2   HORSE   trailer   for   rent.  CunniUigham's.   Phone   885- '  9927. 3340-tfn  HALF    quarter    horse,    half  Shetland pony for sale. 886-  7580. 3798-12  Come in and see our new  Tack display . , .  QUALITY  FARM SUPPLY  All Buckerfleld Feeds  Hardware - Fencing '  Fertilizer - Purina Products  Alfalfa - Hay'.- Straw  Garden Seeds - Seed Potatoes  We,are on Pratt Rond, 1 mile  south from Highway  '     , PHONE  880-7527      ������'.  , 8820-tfn  CHICKS V- dual purpose ��� ���  Paymaster,   Rhoao    lRlar��d,  Rod   Cross,   White   Leghorns,  White Rocks, Ship anywhere,  ��Napior... Ha tchory,* 22470, >��04th��  Ave,, RR 7, Lnngloy, 534-0200,  1       3700-tfi.  EWARTMcMYNN  '    REALTY AND INSURANCE  Multiple Listings Service            ���'.-,'j  Box 238, Gibsons, B.C,  '   NOTARY PUBLIC ��� PHONE 886-2248  ,HOPKINS LANDING -r- Lot 50x150' on corner, 150'  from good beach, y/ator available. $9,500,  ROBERTS* CREEK������^^2^QcToO^"fl��i^on so  Fruit trees and nice lawn. Back portion nicely treed.  Solid 2 bedroom homo, guest cabin and workshop.  F.P. $45,000.  ,"r "'"     lisxFSSls wanted  M��mb��r Vancouver Real Estat�� Board  f RON McSAVANEY flfld-965_  CHARLES ENGLISH LTD.  REAL ESTATE AND| INSURANCE  NOTARY PUBLIC AND APPRAISALS  Gibsons, B.C. 886-2481  PHONE TOLL FREE: 687-6445  CHASTER ROAD - 5 acres, flat, semi-cleared good  .:' solL $22,000. , #    '  COMMERCIAL BUILDING - Hwy. 101 close to shopping centre, 1,300 sq. ft. of finished store, 1,200 sq.  ft, unfinished s^op area complete with one-bedroom  suite with basement on lot 185x 14U Tills can bo one  or two stores as desired, In a growing location. Full  ,   price $68,000.'  NORTH ROAD - 5 acres level, partially cleared,  cased well. Building site cloared. $22,00,0 '  PRATT ROAD-2% cleared acres with enlarged mobile  , horn0-,,..3^e<iroo.^Jprgomcc^preai,sundeck,���,BMllCtQ���  look like a frame home. $36,900.  GOWER POINT - One of this area's finest post and  beam homes, 4 bodrooms with ehsulte plumbing, attractively decorated, large llvlngroom, wall-to-wall  carpet, has foaturo brick fireplace with built-in fuel  box, Futuristic kitchen has brick background, opening onto dining area that has glass doors to sundock,  Family room has separate bar-rodrn, utilityroomi completes this. 1,900 Sq ft. of luxurious living. Property Is  150x175 and has a panoramic view of Georgia Straits.  Make an appointment to see this houso now.  NORTH ROAD - 5 acres, two trailers fully furnished  and third pad rented, All sites fully serviced, $41,500.  Excellent Investment revenue,  ROBERTS CREEKf- Leek RoadrZacmmmw^od:  $12.000.  ROBERTS CREEK - 4.5 acres mostly cleared and  fenced with 2 bdrm, homo and view. $36,000.  L I S T I N 6 S     W ANTED  K. A. Croiby 886-2098  Mlk�� Rldrtty 886-7435  J. Vlswr 886-2531  Don Sutherland 885-9362  PHONE (24 Hours)  Sechelt 885-2235  Vancouver 689-5838  (E. &O.E.)  e     BOX 128, SECHELT, B.C.  -CORNER OF TRAIL AND COWRIE : :   Open 6 Days a Week ��� No Lineups  Phone for Appointment  Mary  Obtain your Licence  and Insurance Quickly  ACREAGE ��� GIBSONS . #3-040  Beautifully treed acreage. Road frontage on all sides. Hydro at  road. No water as yet but buildings in area predict good water  source. Approximately 1 mile from Gibsons. Full price $22,500.  Lee R. Brown eves. 885-2985.  GRANTHAMS WATERFRONT #2-2-997  Two waterfront  cottages  on   lease   lot  with  good   beach v and  wonderful  view.  Good  summer  moorage and  warm  swimming.  Convenient for boat owners coming from Fisherman's Cove. Full  price $35,000. Jack Warn eves. 886-2681.  4 BEDROOM VIEW HOME ��� GIBSONS #6-3-029  4 bedroom view home with 2 carports and paved drive. All services underground. Three sets of plumbing,  2' fireplaces,  A/O  with humidifiers and air cleaners. Qualifies VLA with  V_  acre  lot. Full price $52,000. Jack Warn eves. 886-2681.  SELMA PARK ��� SUPERB VIEW ��� 3 BEDROOMS #3-096  Almost new���delightfully planned view home, 2 bedrooms up,  one down, with full, grade level basement. Fireplace up and  down, wall to wall carpeting, electric heat. You won't believe the  view till you see it. Asking $43,000., has a mortgage. Lee R.  Brown eves. 885-2985.  ECONOMICAL  RETIREMENT #2-985  Unusually attractive two bedroom  moblie  home  on permanent  foundation. Choicest soil, beautifully landscaped grounds. Large  patio and roofed carport.  Full price  $27,500.  C.R. Gathercole  eves. 886-2785.  ROBERTS CREEK ��� ACREAGE #15-3-076  Five acres of level wooded land (518x420) on a side road near  Beach   Drive.   Not   in   agricultural   freeze.   Jack   White   eves.  886-2935.  DAVIS BAY ��� 3 BEDROOM VIEW HOME #3-097.  All on one floor, 29% feet of view window, post and beam construction, 3 large bedrooms, utility room, auto, electric, furnace,  heatilator fireplace.   Insulated ceiling,  cedar plan  construction,  .    "a honey"  $42,800.  Lee R. Brown eves.  885-2985. .  CLEARED BUILDING LOT ��� ROBERTS CREEK     #3064  Serviced lot in area of new home construction. Close to public  beach access, and shops. Compare price. Full price $7,500. Lee  R. Brown eves. 885-2985.  / BRAND NEW HOME IN SECHELT #19-3-057  Just about ready for you to move in, here's a two storey home,  with many extras, on Dolphin Street, this house features large  living room entered from cross-the-front porch, bright modern  kitchen, two bedrooms with en suite potential, immaculate  colored bathroom/Flooring mostly wall to wall, cushion in kitchen.  Lower"floor has several rooms R.I., and contains another bathroom installed (could bo rental suite). Tidy cleared lot (66x122'),  lane at rear, driveway In. Full price $42,000. Terms. Jack  White 886-2935.  SARGEANT BAY ��� 100 FOOT BEACH #3-020^  NOT for the faint hearted -  it's lovely, though  steep terrain.  Very nice log home, onebedroom , electric furnace, stone fireplace, large deck.  Fisherman's joy. Asking $37,650,,  financing  possible. Lee R. Brown eves. 885-2985.  RECREATION LOT ��� REDROOFFS -r #3-101  Selectively cleared large lot.   100x250', p services as yet,  but  watch price rise when services are made available. Cleared area  for building.  Vendor wants action.  Full price  $6,750,  Lee R.  Brown eves. 885-2985.  DOLPHIN STREET ��� SECHELT #19-3-063  Drive past 1221 Dolphin Street, then call us for a look inside.  There's 1200 sq, ft, of living space, and four (4) bedroom's,  ideal for a larger family.' Roomy living room, dining area, sizeable  kitchen, mod bathroom, , utility. Lot is landscaped and very  attractive, lane at rear. $35,000 full price, try your offer on  terms.   Jack White eves. 886-2935.  PRIVACY AND .RECREATION #3-055  We|l plpnned warmly built family home. Level grounds, good  .garden soil. Almost four acres with 150 feot steep waterfront-  age; deep moorage, School bus at 'the door, one mile to Madeira  Park, Area zoning permits keeping of livestock and poultry.  Full price $56,900. down payment $29,000. C, R, Gathercole  eves. 886-2785.  WEST SECHELT  WATERFRONT ,. ,    #3r093  First time offored -largo remodelled  homo on 99.8 feot watorfront has 5  bedrooms, largo living and dining  areas, electric furnace, brick fireplace. This morlts a really good look,  Full price $55,O00,, Don Haddon  885-9504 ovos, '     ���'  WATERFRONT RETIREMENT HOME - '  EUREKA - REDROOFFS <      ��� *    #3056  2 bedroom home on beautiful landscaped lot approximately  %  acre;  southerly   view,   look   no  further  this   Is   It,' full   price  $35,000.00, Pat Murphy 885-9487 eves!  QUALITY HOME ��� ECONOMY ��� #3-083  New 2 bedroom, Wall-to-wall twist carpet In living, dining and  ���master bedroom.   Brook nearby.  Short  distance  to ^watorfront.  Many evergreens. Full prlco $28,750. Financing may be arranged,  Don Hadden eves, 885-9404.  SECHELT AGENCIES DATE PAD  EVERY DAY���Phono Mam/ far your Autoplan  Licence  and Insurance Appointment at 885-2235 24 houra.  ROBERTS CREEK #3-073  FARMERS, , keep your horse, cow,  chickens on this 5 aero farm proporty  wUh 4 bodroom houso, Most of tha  ground under cultivation with well  ostabllshod fruit trees and borrlos,  Plenty' of water, for gardon. Don  Haddon 885-9504  aves,  |Hjjl��i_W_W|t*  *!_^��_Bs������49l  CLEARED LOTS WIT^ VIEW ���  DAVIS DAY #3-058 8,3-059  Doth havo panoramic vlow of gulf,  with hydro, water and cable vision by.  Largo lot Is 142'xl35' for $21,000,  Regular lot 07.9'x 109,8' for $10,-  500, Doth oxcollont building sltas,  Don   Haddon   805-9504   ovos,  SEVEN ACRES -���      ,  NEW HOME #15-3-090  Just complete^ to foatura finishing  stage, This larao homo Is very adaptable , lo requirements of tho' purchaser. Comploto stop saving living  aroa on soparato lovol from bodrooms and both of thoso areas sep-  orator! frorn hobby, don and utility  oroa. Designed to obtain: maximum  advantago from natural lighting and  !mm-dllat�� surrounding*. Features Include heatilator fireplace, oloctrlc  hoot, largo sundecks, and two upper  balconies, Homo Is Ideally situated  .beiido o.ycar��,round crcokon soven  acres of secluded propqrty. Owner  moving East, ���** Wo * look forward - to  showing you this property. Full prlco  $79,000. Terms. John R. Goodwin  805-2235 (24 Hours).  aSDSE9PEIBQBQEIQBBnBEIB--EIBBBII-a-QSQE3Eia-Dei_DBBD_Q0EieBB-S@BSeiBI.-l  EVERY MONDAY���-1;45 p.m., Community. Hall Roberts Crock,  Elphlnstonci Now Horizons carpot bowling, cards & films,  EVERY TUESDAY, 7:30 p,m��� Socholt Loglon Hall, Secholt TOPS Club,  now members welcome,  EVERY WEDNESDAY--8;0Q p,m��� Dingo, now Legion Building, Socholt,  EVERY WEDNESDAY���2 p.m, Sonlor, Swlngor, Old Loglon Hall| Sochelt  EVERY WEDNERDAY���-8 p.m. Introductory Lecture on Trancendontal  Meditation,  I.M.S, Centre, Gibsons,,  ,EVEBX*rHUBS,nr8;001 p.m,, Dlnoo,.PondorNHarbour: Community Hall. .. .  THURS. afternoons "TOPS" mooting at Public Health Contro, 1:30-3:00  EVERY FRIDAY��� Gibson's United Church Womonfa Thrift Shop, 1-3  p,m, In United Church basoment;  "Fob.  #  14���2 p.m. Regular monthly mooting of Secholt Ladlos Auk, to  St, Mary's Hospital, will bo hold I nSt, Hilda's;Church'Hall,  Fob, 14���7{00 p,m. Freo Family Films, Church of Jesus Christ of  Later Day Saints.  Solma Park Holl,  Feb, 20���8 p.m, Elphlnstono Aoro club general mooting at Gibsons-   .  ���'   Socholt Airport.  Mar, 6* ���8  p.mr Socholt  Garden  Club,   St.   Hilda's  Hall,  Secholt,  ASK FOR OUR FREE CATALOGUE OF REAL ESTATE  Multlpla Lilting Service  Vancouver Real Estate  ��� Board  REAL ESTATE  INSURANCES  AGENCIES~LTD,  Phono 885-2235 (24-Houra) Box 128, Scchotr, B.C.  Vancouver Phono 689-5838    ,  'ti  \ ;!  "I V  LEGAL NOTICES  LEGAL NOTICES (cont.)        LEGAL NOTICES (cont.) LEGAL NOTICES (cont.)  NQTICE  ,     Application' has . been made.  to the Motor Carrier Commission, on behalf of the under- n  noted carrier to increase public passenger fares and express  charges    between    Vancouver  and Powell River and between '  Vancouver and Squamish and  Pemberton, including intermediate points. Also to increase  charter bus rates.  Details of proposed increas- ���  es may be obtained from the  office of the carrier.  Subject   to . the   consent  of  the Commission  proposed  increases will become effective  ' on March 11th, 1974.,  Any representations regarding this application may be  made to the superintendent of  Motor Carriers, 1740 West  Georgia Street, Vancouver, 5,  B.C., up to February 27th,  1974. -      -      ,  Pacific Tariff Service Ltd.  .���Tariff Agent for:  S.M.T.   COACH   LINES  LTD.  8833;pub. February 13,' 1974.,  DEPARTMENT   OF   PUBLIC  WORKS OF CANADA  TENDERS  SEALED TENDERS addressed  to the Supervisor of Tendering, Department' of Public  Works, Canada, 1444 Alberni  Street, Vancouver, B.C. V6G  1A2, and endorsed:  "TENDER FOR INTERIOR  CLEANING . & GROUNDS  ' MAINTENANCE, POST OFFICE, SECHELT, B.C.  will be received ��� until 11:00  AM(P.S.T.) MARCH 1,  1974.  Plans, specificaions and forms  of tender can be obtained  through the Postmaster, Sechelt, and above DPW Office.  To be considered each-tender  must be made on the printed  forms supplied by the Department and in accordance with  the conditions set forth therein.  The lowest or any tender not  necessarily  accepted.  H. LADOUCIER  A-Head, Tendering and  Contracts  8829-pub.   Feb.   13,   1974  I   WILL  not   be   responsible  for debts contracted in, my'  name  by  anyone  other l than.  myself.   ���Arnold   M.   Blom-  gren, RR 1, Gibsons.  '  8828-12.  '.,.       SUNSHINE COAST  REGIONAL DISTRICT  no'tice OF  PUBLIC HEARING  AMENDMENT TO      ,  ,   ZONING BY-LAW  Pursuant to Section,703 of  the  Municipal .Act,  a  public  .Hearing will be Held at 2:00  p.m., Saturday, February 23,  1974 at the'Madeira Park Hall,  . Madeira Park,   Pender '��� Harbour" to consider By-law; 35(22)  -i-a By-law.to amend the Suri-,  shine Coast Regional District.  Zoning By-law   35,  1970.  All  .persons, who'deem their interest in property affected by the  proposed by-law shall be ��� afforded an -opportunity to be  heard on matters contained in  the By-law.  The intent, of the By-law is-  ~to rezone from RIII���Residential III to SRI���Specific Use  Residential I.  Block 1, Plan 4777, D.L.  1362.  Portions   of  Block   2,   Plan  ��� 4777 lying to the east of the,  Francis Peninsula Road.  ��� Blocks 3, 4, 5 and 6, Plan  4777/ D.L. 1362.  All of D.L. 1390 Except of  Parcel B. Plan- 4276; Lot 1,  Plan 4276; Lots B, C & D,  Plan 12850; Rem. Block 49,'  Plan 4276, Lots 1, 2, 3, Block  50, Plan 8566!  And to rezone from RIII ���  Residential JO. to Oil - Commercial II.  Lots B, C, D, 'Plan 12850, D.L.  1390.,  Rem. Block 49,' Plan 4276, D.L.  1390.  Lots 1, 2 & 3, Block 50, Plan  8566, D.L. 1390.  Take notice that the above  is a synopsis of a By-law that  may be inspected at the Regional District Office, Davis  Bay, at the times indicated  namely - Monday to ' Friday,  8:30  a.m.  to  12:30  p.m.  and  1:00 p.m. to 4:00 p;m��� and the  .synopsis   is' not  intended ' to  be and not deemed to be an  interpretation- of,the -By-law.  ; E? WILLMOTT  * -Secretary-Treasurer'  Sunshine ��� Coast ��� Regional  District  Box 800, Sechelt, B.C.  8830-pub. Feb. 13, 20, 1974  Department of Lands, Forests,  , and . Water Resources  J   Water  Resources'- Service .  POLLUTION CONTROL  BRANCH  APPLICAITON FOR A  PERMIT UNDER THE  POLLUTION CONTROL ACT,  .   1967 - -  (EMISSIONS)  ' This application is to be filed  with the " Director, Pollution "  Control Branch,- Parliament ���  Buildings, Victoria, British  Columbia. Any .person who  qualifies as' an objector under  section 13 (3) of the Pollution  Control1 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 newspap'er, or, where service is required, withiii 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 labove.  1. I, /Young Life of Canada -  The'Malibu Club of 163 E!  Ilirst St., North Vancouver,  B.C. hereby apply to the Director for a permit to discharge  or emit contaminant (s) into  the air from a Garbage incinerator located at The Mali-  bu Club, Jervis Inlet, B.C. and  give notice of my application  to all persons affected. ���  2. The land upon which the  works are "located Vancouver  o     ��  OWE FOR EVERY TWO  YOU BUY  Great- Canadian paperbacks by  Canada's most popular authors   "  FULL DETAILS AT PARTICIPATING  BOOKSTORES FEBRUARY 8-16,  Sechelt  O   Phone 885-2527  .**������ ��  11" -  f  \J  #fe>  V-,   vi  amostrevvatdingway  tor your  Ef/ooilvo Mwoh  tat,  10M','.   ,  . U +,i���4~V  v!^ff*^-#B^^a^!^w^��-in^(��-i;fl,^/^,Jif'feiJli(^.;j��lli,te^;  B.C.CENTI_ALC__EDITlJNION  I_ElriI_EMENT 5VVV-NGSPLAN  Benefits Inoludoi '    > .   '  ��� Reduced Income tax payments'  ��� No start up or termination chnmoa       '    ,  ' ���Security of onpltnl with a high Intoro-t rate In tho Fixed Inoomo Fund    ,  ��� Common stock ItwostmentallirouglVllioEqully fund ,  ��������� ��Two ways to Invest for tho future In ono oonvonlont plan - Fixed Inoomo  and/or StooKs ���   , '  This hlfjh return Retirement Savings Plan la doslgnod ospoolnlly for momboro  of credit unions and oo-oporptlvos which belong to D.C, Central Credit Union.  If you'ro not yot a mombor, It taKoo only a fow moments to Join, Comploto Information Is available nt your credit union, poo the yellow pagos of your  tolophono directory for a flat of credit unions,     ���  .���  or write:  B.C, Control Rotlromont Savings Plan, P,0, Box 2038, Vancouver, B.C. V6B 3RD  "Assessment District Lot 5567  Group 1, New Westminster  District. . * '      '  - 3. The discharge or emmis-  sion sha'.l be located at Midway Point,of S'50��E. 501 Survey Line. . ' -   _  4. The rate of. discharge is  (dry;,basis): - ( - . ,  (a)-Maximum 800; Duration  5   hours;   Frequency "daily.  -(b) Average daily (based-on.  ,   normal daily operating per-  -    iod)  800.  ���    The operating period during  which contaminants will be  discharged    is    March    15  -  ' Sept. 15.  5. The characteristics of the  contaminant (s) to be disch'ar-,  ged are as follows; 0.1 Grains'  per SCF. ,        ,.  6. The type of treatment to  be applied to the contamin-  arit(s) is as follows:  3   Chamber   incinerator.  7., I, Eric. Willmott, "secret-  arytreasurer hereby, certify  that a copy of this application���  has been received by the Regional, District - of Sunshine  Coast, P.O. Box 200; Sechelt,  B.C.  E. Willmott  - 8. This application, dated on  the 14 day of January, 1974  was posted on the ground in  accordance with the Pollution  Control Regulations.  G. M. Sheridan - secretary,  8831-pub.   February   13,   1974  Happenings around Elphie  Page A-6 The Peninsula Times  Wednesday, February 13,1974 ,  MORE ABOUT ...  by Frank and Gwenda Havies-    ��   Sunshine  Coastings  Department of Lands, Forests,  and  Water  Resources  Water   Resources   Service  POLLUTION   CONTROL  BRANCH  APPLICATION FOR 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 an oojector under  section 13 (2) of the Pollution  Control Act, 1967 may, within  .30 day's 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 above.  1. I, Young Life of Canada -  The Malibu Club of 163 E.  First St., North Vancouver,  B.C. hereby apply to the Director for a permit to discharge  refuse from The Malibu Club  - A Camp for Teenagers, located at Intersection point of the  Jervis and Princess ��� Louisa  Inlets and give notice of my  application to all persons affected.   ' \  2. The   refuse-disposal ' site ,  shall be located at Vancouver  Assessment  District  Lot 5271 '  New     Westminster     District  which   is   approximately   150  yards from   existing   sawmill '  building on Southern Bound-  ry of Lot 5271.  3. The type of refuse to be  discharged    shall 'be    Ashes  from domestic garbage incin- '  erator, glass nnd metal refuse. '  4. The quantity of refuse to  be discharged shall be as fbl-',  lows:  Average daily discharge  (based on operating period)  1 , Ms cubic yard per day. ,;  The operating period during ,  which the refuse will be,dls7  charged shall bo .March IB -  Sept. 15.  5. Tho nature or characterls-',  tics (In per cent by weight)  of tho refuse to bo discharged  is estimated to bo ns follows:'  00 per cent Non Combustible,  Matcrinls;. 10 per cent Ash,  0, Tho typo of treatment to'  bo applied to tho refuse Is as  follows: Sanitary Land Fill in  accordance    wilth    lovol C  Guidelines,  7. I, Eric Willmott, secrdt-  nrytrcasuror , hereby certify  '"that a'copy'of, this application'  has boon, received by the Regional District of Sunshine  Con��t> P.O. Box 200, Sechelt,  B.C,  "; ,-'������ '   E, Willmott  11, ThlB application, dated on  tho M day of January, 1074  wah posted on tho ground In  accordance, with tho Pollution  Control Regulations.  ' G. M, Sheridan ��� secretary,  mm-puh,   FoWunry   13,   1074.  ON JANUARY 29, the Elphinstone shifts  changed. Grades 8, 11 and 12, are on- '  the afternoon shift- and'the 9s and 10s are '-  in the morning. A. lot. of the students  are, finding it rather .hard to adjusj;' to  the new shift because/of the time element, but everybody will make out all  1 right after the first few weeks.  The school was host to UBC and SFU  counsellors the past week. They gave a  speech and "gave as much information as  possible' to the students -about the universities. After theyv had finished, students could talk in private with them  and make future plans. These counsellors .  come once every' year to ' help the students and it is appreciated.       ,  The   sports  department  of  Elphie  wishes to thank all people who sponsored  basketball    players - in   the  shootathon.'  There, was close to $2,000 ��� pledged. To  date $1,700 has been collected. The El���  phinstone sports department also wishes  to thank the Lion's Club for their donation of $500 to the sports council. Out  of the $500, $250 of it will go to the  cheerleaders and the rest of the money  will go to, the teams. All /teams that are  travelling  teams  find    expenses  rather ~~  high and this is what the money is being  used for.  ' On Monday, Feb. 4 the senior girls  travelled to Hillside, on the North. Shore.  The girls played well but Hillside de-.  feated Elphie 35-21. On Wednesday they  travelled to Templeton. Templeton had a  very strong team arid defeated -our girls  by 34-11. The coach is pleased-'with the  way the girls are playing. They are playing tough teams from the city and Elphie  is playing some good ball.  The junior boys went to Brooks (Powell River) for a tournament on Feb. 2  and 3; which they won. They won their  first two games without much difficulty.  They played Take Trail in the finals. It  was a close contest which Elphie' won'  61-45. Dave Lamb played a strong game  and he won an all-star and the most  valuable player trophy.  Two weeks ago the senior boys, the  grade eight boys and the cheerleaders  travelled to St. Thomas More. The Grade  8 boys played well but More was well  experienced and they had a strong team.-  They proved too strong for Elphie and'  More won 45-13.   -  , The seniors' game was a good game,  said coach Gary Gray. We are playing  better ball of late and More has a strong  team. Although the seniors lost 70-56, the  coach was pleased with their performances. Wayne Smith was top scorer with  20 points followed by Frank Havies with  12 and Leigh Wolverton with 10.  Last weekend the senior boys, the  grade eight boys and the cheerleaders  travelled to St. Pats.  The grade 8s played their grade 9  team. Elphie played some pretty good  ball against a more experienced team.  The grade 8s coach, Harry Turner, was  - pleased with his team's performance.  They passed the ball well and set up some  good plays but they were unsuccessful in  converting their shots. At the "half' St.  Pats led 38-23. St. Pats came ovit shooting in the, second half -and the Grade 8s -  tried to get back into the game but were  defeated in the end, 76-35. Top scorers  were Raymond Boser, 14 and Bruce God- -  dard, 12.'  The .senior boys, game was extremely  well played by both teams. The lead  changed hands throughout the game. < In  the. early going of the fourth quarter two  of Elphie's starters,' Frank,. Havies " and  Leigh Wolverton, fouled out. Elphie kept  on fighting for the' rest of the game;  Dave Neumann scored very well from  the outside and made some key baskets.  'Wi;h one minute and 30 .seconds left,  Richard Egan fouled out, of the -game.  Elphie's rebounding power was diminishing fast. With one minute left Bill Sluis  put in a key foul shot to put the senior  up by four. s _  St. Pats got three quick baskets and  were ahead by two, Elphie came down  the f.oor with 30 seconds left' and set up  some offence. With" 10 seconds left, Wayne  Smith scored to tie the game up at 86-86  and that's how it ended. Richard Egan  played some good ball for Elphie. He  came ^through with some clutch shots and  good rebounding when he was the only  man on the floor (for Elphie) over six  feet. Top scorers were Wayne Smith with  30, Frank Havies with 17, and Dave,Neu-  man with 16.  Next weekend the- seniors travel to  Sentinel to play in a four-team. tournament. Killarney plays McNair at 7 p.m.  and Elphie plays Sentinel at 8:30. Killarney, Sentinel and McNair are all double  A schools and they are doing very well  in their respective leagues. -      -       ���  ,���from page A-l  are the bosses, why in hell-'do we stand  for this hiatus every afternoon from 1:30  to 4:30'r (at Earl's Cove)? .  Gerry concludes: "I am sick and tired  of being the pawn in a political game  and especially when it's people like you  and me who keep that dawn system  working."  .   Here, here, Gerry.  We should carry the ball farther and  demand late-night' sailings out of Langdale. -    , ,  Otherwise we're stuck here after 8:30  during the winter, schedule. It appears  ..highly unlikely that the airstrip will be  paved for sometime, so without our ferries, we're isolated.  , * , * *  . Larry Porter of Gibsons sends this  little bit along:.Did you hear about the  three dead men who sat down to play  bridge? They, were looking *fOr a fourth,  so Rigor Mortis set in.  Ahd here's another: The old sea captain turned to his first mate one fog-  shrouded night on the high seas and  said, "I ran away to sea 30 years ago  to, forget a Miss Alice Margaret - Jenkins, Flat 18b, Netherbridge. Mansions, 27  South Sloan Street, Hampstead, London."  . ��       ���      ��  WHY  DON'T THEY?  Why, don't they send in some why  don't theys? This is the first week I  haven't had a new one. The idea is catching oh. The Powell River News has picked  it up and so has the Cowichan Leader  in Duncan. '  MONEY belts, passport holders, chained  wallets  for   truckers,   fishermen    or  woodsmen���all  at  Miss   Bee's,   Sechelt.  pi.ki_^,w^w^^^^  ' ''���'j  Government of the Province of British Columbia  THI  PENINSULA TIMES  A person must obtain a permit from the Department of Highways before he can  do any of the following things on a provincial highway:  O CONSTRUCT A BUILDING CLOSER THAN 25 FEET TO A RIGHT-OF-WAY  BOUNDARY  O CONSTRUCT A DRIVEWAY WITHIN THE RIGHT-OF-WAY  �� CONSTRUCT A UTILITY WITHIN THE RIGHT-OF-WAY  �� PUT UP A MAILBOX WITHIN THE RIGHT-OF-WAY  �� CONSTRUCT A PARKING AREA WITHIN THE RIGHT-OF-WAY  # PLACE ANY SIGN WITHIN THE RIGHT-OF-WAY  ���������  INSTALL ANY GATE OR FENCE ACROSS PUBLIC RIGHT-OF-WAY  (���--'CONNECT A PRIVATE DRAINAGE SYSTEM INTO A HIGHWAY OR STREET  SYSTEM      V ���' ' '      ���';���;���.'   ;  # PUT UP A SIGN OR BILLBOARD ON PUBLIC OR PRIVATE PROPERTY     "  WITHIN 1000 FEET'OF THE RIGHT-OF-WAY IN UNORGANIZED TERRITORY  ''���',.        ���      ���     ���       i'     ,        ���        ��� . ,     '  ' "       ,���'���'������'  Persons wishing to do any of these things are strongly urged to apply for permits before committing themselves to the work as permits may be refused in some  cases or plans modified in others,  ..    ���. ���'���! '   '<    '    '��� ': '.   ,   ��� ' ���   ,���     ���.. ' ,     ������ , ���'���., ������'��� .       '���      ' ' '   ���  '  ��� There are other regulations prohibiting such things as tracking mud on the road-;  way or dumping refuse or litter on the right-of-way.  i  PROVINCIAL HIGHWAYS ARE ANY PUBLIC ROADS OR STREETS IN UNORGANIZED TERRITORY, THAT IS, AREAS OUTSIDE MUNICIPAL BOUNDARIES, AND CERTAIN DESIGNATED ROADS AND STREETS WITHIN ORGANIZED MUNICIPALITIES.  ' v., < | ' ,  Property owners in unorganized areas are advised that subdivisions of land require the approval of a Department of Highways Approving Officer, Sale agreements should not be entered into unless the property owner is selling a whole parcel  of land,    ,  Thla notlco !o n llmltod aummnry Intonelod only for Information purponoa.  Lock of comment on ony particular practice or activity Involving provincial  highways dooo not moan It fa nocoosorlly lawful or unrogulntod.  Persons requiring more detail about mattors mentioned hero, or infprmation on1  other related subjects, should contact their nearest Department of Highways District  office.  Ui^^ii^miiiiiiifiiiut^m  i_sssp_sisssss_s:  a*^ '���SAwii  !''���'.-;  ,r    < >.*-.,  <,*j..���...*.*>./i  /.-i.;,;'.) ;���:  $i&ijii^^  /  - '    _~����N��* *"��*"?-./_"** v<",<><* **'  6��   ,  _.����.**<��M  #������>����massess_~? ��� ,    MXA&S^       x*v    l-t5^__03 ' fc'Y^tos^  f,  -' ..*{���'&���*���_������) r_sQ w_  s&*i*&$s'-"   C&i*h f I hn���l���_  _sss*5��  wt>._��  _kfwf?%i ��Sp-affiL_��_'_-fi��&*_!_? *  JEWfmmtiBV"  ��i -a. > /4 l(-u���. _���   I    ..'-._  -* i.  r  *."*    ���"���Vl-  ~,  If you think that long lineups and frustrating delays  are a hassle, consider what we're up against. We're  working at breakneck speed to be able to provide  AUTOPLAN for every vehicle in the province by March  1,1974. In order to" do that, we need your help, now.  -If you don't have your Autoplan insurance foreach -  licensed v'ehicleyou own, you probably are going to be  faced with a lineup at your agent's office. The later you  leave it, the longer the lineups will be."  To make matters worse, if we don't get your  application before the March 1 deadline, we can't be  sure that you'll have the insurance that you need to drive  in B.C. And there can't be any extensions ��� you must  have insurance by March 1 or you can't drive. It's that  simple. . '  So', please see your agent right away. It'll.take less  time today than tomorrow. You'll be helping your agent.  You'll be helping us.  But most importantly, you'll be helping yourself.  , \  t ii*',, ' ,s  INSURANCE CORPORATION Hi OF BRITISH COLUMBIA  your insurance company  w      .,    -..-       I ' *-  Page A-8 The Peninsula Times  Wednesday, February 13,1974  We believe  By Elder and Sister Warren L. "Jones  Church   of  Jesus   Christ   of  Latter-day  Saints. *"  "THE EARTH is the Lord's and the fullness thereof." In Old Testament times,  the Lord required his people to give one  tenth of their increase. This was known *  as the tithe.       VJ  We reacTin Genesis that Abraham paid  tithes. Later, it was part of the Mosaic  code stated in,^Leviticus. When the Israelites faithfully kept the law, they  prospered. When they neglected the tithe,  they did not succeed. The prophet. Ma-  lachi rebuked the people and accused  them of robbing God by withhold-tithes  and offerings.  Note the glorious' promise in Malachi  3:10, "Bring ye all the tithes into the  storehouse, that, there may be meat in  mine house, and prove me now herewith, saith the Lord of hosts, if I will  not open you the windows of heaven,  and pour you out a blessing, that there  shall not be.room enough to receive it"  Mormons observe the,law of tithing  by giving one tenth of their income to  the Mosaic law, but because the principle'  was re-established; in 1831 by revelation.  Since then it has been -the means of  financing our church. ,  Tithing _ is a. simple and effective revenue law. It eliminates the necessity of  collections in church meetings. It makes  possible the spreading of the gospel  through the printed and spoken word;  the building of' chapels, temples and  schools; and the paying of the necessary  expenses of church operation.  Tithing has made us strong financially. The Mormon Church is well housed, has a fine educational and recreational  program and is out of debt.  Tithing is a voluntary,, free-will offering, without - publicity and without  penalty for-nonpayment. , /  We believe the principle of tithing was  ' divinely inspired for our benefit. We are  happy to participate in the Lord's work  by paying back to him one tenth of our  income as a rental. Tithing is a tangible  expression of our thanks to the Lord for  his goodness toius.  Another great purpose in the law of  tithing is the "development' of the soul  of the tithe-payer. It teaches him to give  ���   unselfishly of ,his means.  Thousands of" church members bear  personal testimony, of the blessings received' in happiness and prosperity as a  result of'faithful-payment of tithing.  ��miaiaMiaaiamiaiaamiaMnamiaiiliiaiiiiiimamiaiaiaaiaaian  ��       Gibsons Pentecostal       I  'nleredt to, l/Vomen  Edited by Joan Proctor,- 886-2073  Wo  = Gift shop plans  ee Easter display  _fl_B��"_B"ww'g|ji'��*w___w��-'i��^ mmmimm\mimmmmmmem^mmtmmmrmmnmmimmiurmamms  y  In St. Mary's Hospital. . >  HIGHWAY & MARTIN  Sunday School ,9:45 a.m.  |   Services 11:00 a.m. and 7:00 p.m.   =  PHONE 886-7107  . Pastor: Gerry Foster  rilaiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiaiiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiim;  A SUPPER AND SING  will be held Sot., Feb: 16, 1974  at 6 p.m. in the Sunshine Coast  Gospel Church, Davis Bay.  Everyone of High School or College Age  is  invited  to come. There  will  be   no  charge.  Featuring a Special Folk Singing (.roup  Call 5-2671 for any further information.  _'aamiaitaiaaHiaaaiiaiaiaiaiiiiaiiiaiianiiMmiaiiiiamiaaaiaiar  | The United Church. I  | of Canada i  a ' SERVICES: a  �� St. John's United Church - Davis Bay 5  1 Sunday Services - 9:30 a.m. 3  3 Roberts Creek United Church .  5 Sunday Services - 2:30 p.m. 3  �� Gibsons United Church g  e Sunday Services - 11:15 a.m.   , |  I MINISTRY: |  5 .Rev. Jim Willamsort, Gibsons, 886-2333 ��  tSaiiiiuiiiiiimiiiiiiiaiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiuaiiiT  Heard on more than a thousand  Stations, including  CJVB  Vancpuyor 1470 Kcs  Sundays, 9:30 a.m.  A Christian Science Radio Series  laaiiiiaiiaiiiiiiiiiiiiaiiiiaiiiiaiaaHiiiiiaiiiuiaiaiUHiuHiiiii!  BAPTIST CHURCH SERVICES  ' Calvary Baptist Church  Pork Road, Gibsons  Office: 086-2611 Rest 806-7449  Morning Worship 9:30 a.m.  Sunday School 10;45a,m.  Evening Worship    7:00 p.m,  Prayor & D|blo Study, Thursdays 7:30 p.m.  *->.��-������*��"Vyeekly Youth * Programs -��iw��~,~.�������  Bothel Baptist Church  Mormald B, Trail, Socholt  | Office. 006-2611 Rest 006-7449  .  ��� . , Sunday School 10:00 a.m,  Morning Worship 11:15 a.m.  Prayer 6\ Plblo Study Wodnosdays 7:30 p.m.  Weekly Youth Programs  REV. W. K ERICKSON, Pastor  aaaianii��iiaiiiatanii.ifli��iMiaiai<aiiauaiiaiaiaaa>iaiuiaiaiiiiai~  Enjoy A Gospel  Musical Concert  We welcome you to  Ajo&pcl   lA/e&tem*  Aublle  lee  SAT., FEBRUARY J16, 8 P.M,  United Church Hall - Glbiona  Sponsored by  GLAD TIDINGS TABERNACLE  Pastor: Nancy Dykes  By MARY T1NKLEY  HALFMOON BAY���There was a particularly good turnout of members and  prospective members , of the Halfmoon  Eay Hospital Auxiliary, for a meeting  at the Rutherford home on Feb. 6.  President Sue Beaven welcomed guest  speakers representing the hospital board,  administration office and co-ordinating  council, ready^to answer questions as to  why the hospital needs its auxiliaries and  how they can best work together for the  welfare of the patients.  The hospital, members were informed,  gets capital grants which cover basic  equipment and its operating Twdget is  sufficient only to pay "essential costs of  operating the hospital, including the payment of salaries. In buying major equipment, the hospital can obtain a one-third  grant from the government, but it still  has to find two-thirds of the cost before  it can qualify for the grant. Last year  because of having to buy equipment .for  the second floor,- the finances went into  the hole the extent of $140^000 and in  spite of the best efforts to wipe out this  deficit, there is still a deficit of $20,000.  It is obvious, therefore, that the hospital  must depend to a tremendous extent on  the auxiliaries and it is a tribute to the  excellent work done by them- that St.  Mary's Hospital is as well equipped .as  it is today.  The speakers  outlined the procedure  for  deciding what equipment  auxiliary  funds would be used to purchase. Each  auxiliary is entitled to two delegates to  the co-ordinating  council,  so    that  the  council is made up of 12 delegates representing the six auxiliaries. Each auxiliary  is asked to appoint. two delegates and  "two alternates to ensure representation  on  the council. Lists- of equipment required are compiled by the hospital staff.-  These  lists include    information' as  to  what the items are, what they do, fhow  they will save staff time and how much  maintenance is required. The lists, after  approval by    the  advisory    committee,  which comprises board members, medical  staff and the director of nursing, are submitted to the co-ordinating council which  decides what items will be financed by  the    auxiliaries. Thus,    the  auxiliaries,  through their delegates, have a voice in  saying how their .money shall be used.  The aims and objects, of the auxiliaries  are to' work for patient care and comfort. However, the speakers pointed^out  that   the   nursing   staff   is   below   full  strength because the extended care unit is  not recognized. Overworked staff, working  with inadequate equipment  is  hot  likely to do anything for the morale of  the patient and therefore, anything purchased which saves work ad keeps the  hospital running smoothly and efficiently,,  indirectly benefits the patients. ���  Members were advised of other ways  in which they could help the'.hospital.  St. Mary's needs help with educational  endeavors. When new equipment is  purchased, it is in some cases necessary  for the staff to be taught the proper  use of these machines. A teacher could  be employed for this purpose if between  $5,200 and $5,500 could be raised to  cover the first year's salary of such a  , teacher. This would not be a continuing  expense because at the end of the first  year, the government woujd automatically take over the cost. This would be a  great asset in getting and keeping good  nurses, for they would bo moro attracted  to a job where they would get training  with new equipment.  The auxiliary , was also advised that  the' hospital needs more space for x-ray  and lab, more room for the doctors'  lounge and reorganization of the administration offices. This will have to go to  a referendum and members can help  assuring their friends and neighbors of  tho urgency of this need.  The regular meeting of the auxiliary  was held,with (Mrs. Beaven in the chair.  Because of the interest expressed by new  ��� members to learn the handicrafts which  ,��ro in such demand for the hospital gift  shop, a workshop was planned at the  Ed Cook homo nt Eureka for Wednesday,  Fob. 12 at 1:30 p.m. when membora can  got Instruction in malting these crafts.  Alternates appointed for tho co-ordinating council were Jean Laird and Quee-  nlo Burrows who would stand infer del- '  ��������  t        i1 *  Cancer facts  A NEW service that will offer advice nnd  show namplo prothescs thnt are Available on the market today for thoso  who hnvo, undorgono breast ourgcry  (mastectomy) has been undertaken by  the B.C. and Yukon Division of tho Canadian Cnncor Society.  Tho display operates In tho divisional  office of Iho Cnncci" Society in Vnncouver  1 and la opon to anyone who wishes to dis-  cubs problems and seo the full rnngo of  prothoaps thnt can bo obtained, and find  out where they can ho purebred, Volunteers who thomselvcs hove been magtecta-  my pntlolnlfl nre In attendance to holp.  A similar display ia operated nt tho  B.C. Cnncor Institute in Vancouver for  peoplo who nro referred to tho Insti-  tuto. Tho Cnncor Society hopes to open  another display ns o nervlce to women  on Vnncotiycr lalnnd shortly.  Pamphlet!! nnd Information about cnncor enn bo obtained freo by writing to:  B.C. nnd Yukon Division, Cnnndlan Cancer  Society,  notl iWcst Eighth  Avenue,  SECHELT ��� Annual meeting of /the St.  .-.' Mary!s-Hospital-Auxiliary Gift Shop  was held in the, hospital on Feb! 5.  Officers  elected    were:' Mr^'. - Susan.  Beavin," Halfmoon  Bay,  chairman; past,  chairman, Mrs. W. Grose, Roberts Creek;  assistant chairman, Mrs. D. -vlorrow," Roberts Creek; secretary, Mrs. Rita Hincks,-  Port  Mellon;  treasurer,  Mrs.  J.  Lewis,,  Sechelt. /  Improvements "are to be/made for the;"  display of goods in the shpp -tnd an addition is planned to the/cart, which is'  taken 'round the wards. Some very attractive novelties���to'beon sale for Easter  were inspected and the; committee is look-  . ing forward to another, successful year,  egatcs Sue Beaven," and Frances Cook if-   Many thanks are due to the many mem-  at any time ���they were unable to attend.  ^ fcers of the public who have patronized,  A letter was read from John Lewis,    "this little shop.       , /  physiotherapist   at , St.  Mary's  Hospital, ��� "/  outlining plans for the    nurchase  of a     0 ,.        ^*   _L i   >���_  mini-bus for transporting patients to and    SHUnSaine  V*0*pTS.   K^Ueen  from hospital for x-rays,' treatments or;   reif1.r���e *ft  cawing*  examination and to deliver, drugs when    "?*��*��*  to &CTV.C-C?       _  necessary.   Members   agreed   to   support (THE SUNSHINE Coast Queen is out of  the campaign drive which is due to start drydock and back tra her normal run,  in three to four weeks: said' a spokesman' for the -B.C. Ferries,  mtmmm^mmm.  Secretary Olive Comyn advised that  membership fees are now due and that  the Regal spring catalogue is available.  The auxiliary's next thrift shop duty will  be on March 2, for which donations will  be gratefully" accepted. Next meeting will  be on Monday March .4 at 8 p.m. at the  home of Mrs.  Alice Young at Eureka:  The Queen was tieol up for three weeks  undergoing her' ^nnual refit.  The Howe Sound Queen, serving Earl's  Cove and Saltery Bay, had all sailings  cancelled Saturday after a gear box  broke. .A part/ was flown up from the  mainland and/ the ship resumed sailings  Sunday.       ' /  Memorial fund established  eipers  New Deportment of Education  regulations make  it possible  for  adults to receive a High School Graduation Diploma without "meet-,  ing all the regular requirements.  If you have not graduated from High School and"  are EITHER: .  1. Nineteen years of age or more . . .  OR 2. Eighteen years of age and have been out of school  for at least one year, you MAY qualify under the new  regulations.  For. further details and.evaluation of your standing, please contact  ELPHINSTONE SECONDARY SCHOOL at 886-2204 or 886-2205.  GIBSONS���The monthly meeting.of Gib-    the hospital.  sons Auxiliary to St. Mary's Hospital  waa held Feb. 6 ,in the health center  with president, Jean Longley, in the chair.  Marion Waldie,' a new member, was welcomed by the president - and members.  The Auxiliary-received" an invitation'  from St. Mary's Hospital to  attend ah  appreciation tea Feb. 17 from 2:30 ,to 3:30  p.m., Any  member  not  contacted,  and'  wishing  to   attend,  may   phone  Dooley  Mason, 886-2600. '        ���  Gladdie Davis  reported - on the last  bridge evening. Door prize was won byJ  Ken Strange, first prize by Eleanor Gritt,_  and Margaret McKenzie and second prize >  by Bonnie and Bob McConnell. The next '  bridge will be hefd Feb'. 25 at 7:30 p,m.  in   the   Gibsons   health   clinic.   For   information, call 886-2009 or 886-2050.  Oriey DeCamp reported on an active .'  month for the Thrift Shop and Ivy Rich- '  ards, sunshine convenor, noted that con-,  tact had,been made with three member.  during January. Elsie Willis advised that  hospital volunteers had worked five days  and put'in 24 hours.-There is also a place'  for any member wishing, to help in, the  area   of   pediatrics.   Interested   persons'-  may call Elsie Willis at, 886-7430.    ,  f;<  Gibsons auxiliary has now established,  a memorial fund for special donations to-  The/next Gift Shop work meeting will  be held Feb. 20 at the home of Doris  Drummond.  In,the area of ways and means, members agreed to hold a spring dance early  in May. The date to be announced as  soon/ as possible. Marge Langdale is the  convenor, assisted by Mae Allinson.  ' Tea was served after the meeting. The  next meeting will be held March 6 at  1 p.m.  i!  Now available to members of  il  i  Ualent  3),  Ine  >ance  Roberts Creek Legion  Branch 219  SATURDAY. FEB. 16  ,  Members and Guests -  Information 6-7174  II  O A 95% First Mortgage Loan  @ At 10V-% per annum - no bonus or penalties for early  repayment.  �� As an Approved Lender off the Mortgage Insurance Corporation  of Canada.  �� Loans are available to Members who qualify for the insurance  coverage up to 95% of the appraised value or purchase price,  whichever is less.  ��  Eliminates the need for costly 2nd Mortgages,  for further information contact your  Vancouver or  B.C.  057 Caledonia, Victoria, ���w.t  ���< If  E__3 _____ _g__ |g__!_ Eggg _gg_ is_a wga tas^ rapa gggqi igsai nasq egan  *^^y_^iV&^>^ ��  PENDER HARBOUR���An early morning  fire, has done considerable damage to  the, home of Jack and Ralean Phillips, at  ; the end "of Francis peninsula Road. They  'discovered the fire about 6:30 a.m: Frills:" |   \ day, and immediately called the fire &e-  ���  1 - ��� partment.     , ' J Vr,;  /The firemen responded promptly, and  were able to control the fire, confining  the destruction mainly'to a section, of  the roof. However, Mrs. Phillips said the  building is badly damaged.  <. The Phillips'were( able to get their  baby and themselves out without injury,  .and^.they took shelter temporarily at the  home of a neighbor, John Duncan.  They're shaken by the experience, but  j thankful' that the three .of them were unhurt., ���  .   Mrs. Duncan said Ralean was admir-  1 ably cool headed and practical throughout  the excitement,  and calmly dealt with  their evacuation  make arrange-  shelter in the area,  repair the dam-  has not' been determined. The house was heated by  a  wood-burning stove.  ���i-K^^m  ���alMfc  Section 8  Wednesday, February 13, 1974  Pages 1-8  "Phased out" of series . . .  SECHELT���Patrick John, co-star of the  popular CBC series The ^Beachcombers  was sentenced to two weeks in ja"  fined $100 Feb. 8 when he pleaded  to three charges arising from  speed flight from RCMP officers' Aug 26,  He pleaded guilty to impaired driving,   ,  ~ dangerous driving'Md''drlvfcg^nfl-fKw';''  licence was suspended. \  The Crown entered a stay of proceedings on two other counts���criminal negligence and'obstructing a police officer  in the execution of his duty.  Crown counsel told the court that a  member of the Sechelt detachment tried  to check John's vehicle on the Indian  reservation at around 4:30, Aug. 26.  After being chased out of the reserve  and along Sechelt's Cowrie Street "at  speeds up to 80 mph,'^ John finally stopped, backed up and sped off along Highway 101.  "The chase continued Up to Earl Cove,"  said the prosecutor, "where John drove  off the end of the wharf."  Accused and a passenger escaped from  the vehicle before it sank, court was  told.  During the chase, an ROMP officer  "narrowly escaped injury" when John  went through a pad block in the Pender  Harbour area.  The prosecutor noted that John's passenger, Emlle Daniels, had received a  three month jail term for obstructing an  officer He had thrown objects from  John's car in an attempt to slow down  the pursuing police vehicle, said the prosecutor.  Defence lawyer J. Wood said that  during the chase, police fired "a number  ot shots" at his client's vehicle, continuing shooting until John's car went  off the ferry ramp.  Wood said that John had been drinking most of the previous night and was  emotionally upset.  He was aware he' should not havo  been driving, but after drinking and in  his mental state, "ho thought ho could  cludo police,"  Acting as a character witness, Beachcomber's star Bruno Gerussl sold that  actors worked under great pressure and  quite-frequently did something "completely Irresponsible,"  Ho said that John had a futurei as an  actor and might benefit from training  nt one of the eastern drama workshops,  Wood Bald that John was being  "phased out" ,of the Tho Beachcombers  frit a while so ho could attend a work-  shdb in Toronto, , r  In  imposing  sentence,  Judge Lorry  Eckhart said that John was "emerging'  from the twilight that Indians have enjoyed hero for some tlmo,"  Indians were now achieving professional positions, ho said,  Like thorn, John was "a credit to the  community," But he must take tho responsibilities that go with hla position.  JohnS admitted a previous impaired  driving conviction Aug, 8.  ��~��-~.On.���..tho-lmpalrod..drlvlna--count,'-Eok-��  hart sentenced occuscd to two weeks in  Jail,  the legal minimum for .a aecond  conviction,     ' V  For dangerous driving, John netted a  one-year auapcndod sentenco, coupled  with crm year's probation ond an 18*  month, licence, suspension.  Eckhart fined John $100 for driving  while his licence was suspended.  Store manager ��a assistant In crowded  supermarket: "I hate to keep raising tho  prices coch week but thoy'vo come to  expect it."  Regional board okays  Hillside gravel pit  CONSTRUCTION  Aggregates  has  been  given  the go-ahead by  the regional  district,to develop a gravel pit at Hillside,  near Port Mellon.  The regional planning committee reported to the board Jan. 31 that the firm's  r AMArtA'c   cvuin.IT   _t  *h_  i?v*wi    proposals were in line with its industrial  surface of this island in the Spokane 2  river���in  all, about    40,000 square |  feet. British Columbia is building the |  main pavilion of the Canadian exhibit i  (at the upper left of the island). The. i  pavilion will cost about $600,000. Al- ��  berta will build an outdoor theater |  near the center of the island. And   |  the federal government will land- I  scape the rest of the island, including -��  planting of trees from all provinces f  of Canada. After   the fair, which |  opens May 4 and closes Nov. 3, the jj  island will revert to the city of Spokane and become a city park.    .  o  54" SET  BOX SPRING &  MATTRESS  ���_Ms_gsa_#.fe-JjiM^^  MIS-MATCH SETS  BOX SPRING &  352 coil MATTRESS  352 COIL  IKF^^'~;��^  JsH-a-g-Uag"  s^'^fl^^ii^s;^^^^  Beauty Rose Quilted  BOX SPRING &  352 coil MATTRESS  >���  f  ;^^S4��^  o  I i  DR.^AlSStMR'Ttiotes,, director ''of .Coast *rf^"' 'tfgl'V'l  rtaribaMi   health   unit,   is   concerned "5j       l,wlall  Frpeser Meats of  ell kinds...  Special on Front Qiioiters  Fr���� Delivery at all times  PAT JOHN  ...nets  Jnil term  Garibaldi health unit, is contented  about the lack of diptheria iromuriizatioiL  The medical health officer feels indi-  duals have become "a little complacent  about ��� this disease which still has the  potential for very serious consequences  to those who^are not immunized or are  inadequately immunized." *  The number of reported isolations is  increasing in British Columbia, and he  strongly advised all parents to ensure  that their children were fully immunized.  Coast .Garibaldi nurses can arrange for  completion of an immunizing course, as  soon as possible when requested. This  involves giving three injections of a combined vaccine, which also provides protection against whooping cough and tetanus. The doses are given at monthly intervals. A booster dose is advised at six  to 12 month intervals.  He said the course has to be modified  when given for the first time to older'  children. /  In a PTA bulletin: "Lord, give me  the wisdom to see my children as the  neighbors see them."  ~c ,\-  Garden Bay Store - 883-2253  '/Fine Meats for Fine People"  * \   J, _    ** ��� i *V_��^ L  SECHELT  885-2058  f%?v% _____ _____ ES_3 _____ ____3 a___- b_-_| _____ ___3 ���____]] rjq f&?-^ i,.i^v\  Use 'Times' Adbriefs to Sell Rent, Buy, Swap, etc.  TOr-��l__��m^HHM^^  ^itg-QAAtgfit  SUITS LTD.  MmnUtlurm oft  CUSTOM WET SUITS . WATER SKI JACKETS  SUnr A. BAILING SUITS  C0UVER PRICES  UBT8  Dlvoro and. Flahormon  i  V_��r h (  VESTS '  for Swimmer*  Custom-made Sufs  Z/itz- VUrlant  ��� ,;  ii i. m .       i   ..        )      _'-������''.     - i  -i -i -��� -   -  WKEJlbEMVERY^  i     .  cuba  885-2305  MM_l-����M^ The Peninsula jm��e&  '1 may be wrong, but 1 shall not be so wrong as to fail to say what I believe to be right."  ' :-4ohn Atkins ���  A H. AtsGARD, Publisher Richard T. Proctor, Managing" Editor  Letters to the Editor are the opinions of reader*, and ��� not, necessarily those of The Times. A~  nom-de-plume may be used for publication, but all originals must be sighed by the writer.  Poge B-2 The Peninsulo Times Wednesday, February 13,1974  ^-i_^i-^-a_a*__M_��_n_-mmMaa_Ha___M___MH-__i   , , ��� i___^_____��-i, i��, HMMMaan-Ma-   ����������� aaw>��������������-���_ i ,m ia. ���  i mi ���.  Sari-or citizen Assn notes  ;j ���by Robert Foxall  THE  paucity, of news  lately  does  not-  for hampers because the membership list  CONCERNED with mental and physical  health problems, a group was formed  on the Sunshine Coast recently to help  . coordinate the various agencies called  together to "improve the quality of living for many persons in the community."  This is commendable' and obviously  ' long overdue.  The idea behind the group, known  *, as the Coordinating Council for Health  ! and Human Resources, is to bring to-  ; gether and make known the services av-  ; ailable on the Sunshine Coast���partic-  ; ularly those services dealing with health,  ��� legal aid and the general well-being of  , our citizens.  The council .consists of almost every  professional organization represented on  the Coast and many of the voluntary  groups such as mental health association.  From the council, subcommittees  have been formed and it's at this point-  problems are arising. For instance, a  transportation committee has., began a  drive to raise funds to purchase a minibus to drive patients, who can't otherwise  make it, to dental, medical and hospital  appointments. Now there is nothing  wrong with this, in fact it's an excellent  idea. Approval for a tag day, Feb. 16  has been given by the Sechelt village  council and as of The Times' deadline,  the committee will seek a similar approval from Gibsons council. The group  needs to raise $9,000 to purchase the  bus with full equipment.  That's fine but-what about the meals  on wheels committee���^or for instance,  the conselling service���won't they need  funds as well and won't they have to go  to the public? Of course. So it appears  to be the start of a series of drives to  raise money for" these agencies.  It's very obvious that a fund-raising  campaign should be initiated by the coordinating council to serve all the sub  committees. That means a budget will  have to be brought forward and a concerted program started to raise the necessary money. This is a tough jol>���ask  any Kinsmen, Lions, Kiwanis or other  service club member..  Also, such fund raising plans cannot  function without the aid of the provin-,  cial government, who, if financial assistance is to be sought, will have something to say about the priority of such  matters. -  The government is still studying the  ' Foulks ' report' and it's likely that it  would tell the committee to wait until  the report has been analyzed before commitments are made. This will be a few  months off.  As commendable as the human resources committee is, careful consideration must be given to all aspects of the  program before rash steps are taken.  . It appears, that this is as opportune  time as any to form a fund-raising coordinating group. Call it Red Feather,  ���United Appeal, Community Chest or  whatever, the coordinating council should  take a look at the possibilities and form  such  a group.  With the coordinating council as  the group's nucleus, it can involve the  entire Sunshine Coast from Egmont to  Port Mellon.  Pay cheque deductions and other  fund-raising techniques, will have to be  brought into play to raise the necessary  capital and groups will have to pull  together to make it successful���and it  will have to be an annual affair and  properly administered. We can't have  a tag day every Saturday, nor can we  have doorbellers going up and down  the coast soliciting funds and we must  not rely on council and regional board  grants.  So we must determine our needs, figure out how much it will cost, then aim  for a goal and the sooner, the better.  Put Sunshine Kingdom  in festival says reader  Editor, The Times, ,  Sir: On behalf of the, numerous people of-the Sunshine Coast, I would appreciate the opportunity of expressing  commendation to the many people of the  Driftwood Players who put on such a fine  performance in Dick Whittington in the  Sunshine Kingdom. It would seem that  the packed houses they played to, would  indicate the desire of many of us- here  for more of this type of family enter  tainment. Further, it would be an utter  shame that more people outside of our  community- should' not see the fine talent  we .have on the .Sunshine Coast:  May suggestion therefore be made that  consideration be given to entering the  aforementioned ,play -in the provincial  festival. It is felt by many .in our area  that'all the performers could indeed, give  a very good account of themselves against  any and all competition. Again, to Mr.  G. Hauka and his wonderful troupe of  players many thanks for the finest ��� ev-;  ening's entertainment my family and I"  have"enjoyed in a long time.' f  JOSEPH K. KAMPMAN  Box 368, Gibsons  "mean that' No. .69 has not been active  lately,' but, that, your, reporter has riot  been able to function at full capacity.  ��� There was a good turn out for' the  regular monthly meeting in January. Preliminary notice was given of the annual  convention in * Kelowna, June 10, 12.  Meeting' place will be the Capri. More  details will be available shortly.  Visiting committee (all volunteers)  consisting of Mrs. Agnes McLean, Mrs.  Joanna Stenhauser' and Mrs. Steinhaus-'  er, was appointed. In case of sickness  members are asked to advise the writer,  who' will then advise the visiting committee.-Door prize winners were Mrs. Iris  > Corbett and .Giiy Clear.  It was not possible to hold a draw  Improving Jaw system  AS THE Sunshine Coast grows, more  services, retail businesses and other  ancillary facilities will arrive to make  living more amenable here'.  It's pleasant enough, but with progress comes inevitable services that go  with it.,That isn't all bad. In fact, as the ,  community grows    more self-sufficient,,  there is less need to rely on shopping,  in'Vancouver. It's all right here.k  There are still some services or  goods that can't be purchased locally  but not many and although retail stores .  Times gone by  NEWS from The Times one, five and  '   10 years ago. '  Feb. 14, 1973���-A public hearing on  sewer feasibility will be held tonight.  Sechelt village has a new clerk in  ,the persoh-gof Neil Sutherland, formerly  municipal clerk at Fort St. James.  Madeira Park Elementary School  plans an adventure playground.  Don. Lockstead urged a B.C. Bill  of Rights as a top priority of the new  NDP government. Lockstead made his  comments in the, .throne speech debate.  Aid, Harold Nelson is chairman of a  10-member May Day citizens' commit-  v,tec., . :���... . ;';  Feb. 12, 1969���Mayor Fred Feency of  Qibsons stressed the fact, that the airport  should be controlled by tho Sunshine  Coast Regional District and remain a  public facility and not be run by a pri-  vntc concern.  Hy ak, t!hc , performing whale, has  been kept in captivity in Garden Bay for  a year. ���.'.'.   .-'..  St. Mary's Hospital expansion referendum will be held Feb. 22.  Sunshine Coast Lions Club will continue to support   St. Mary's Hospital  with, a $2,500   gift of physiotherapy'  equipment.    ,  Three hopefuls for the NDP leadership to replace Bob Strachan spoke at  Powell River. They were: Tom Bcrgcr,  - Bob'Williams-adn Dave Barrett,,. Also  speaking at the meeting was MLA hopeful Don Lockstead.    >  Children at West Sechelt Elementary  had a snow sculpturing contest.    '  Feb. U. 1964���B.C. Tel proposes toll-  free dialing between Sechelt and Port  Mellon. ,  St, Mary's , Hospital trustees called  for tenders for a nurses' residence.  Sechelt Indian, band is preparing a  brief to find out why,,in 1869, Capt.  John Scales was given a military grant  of district lot 303 (present downtown  Sechelt) which was in the middle of  tribal lands, said Clarence Joe.  PuWUhud Wednesdays ��t Scchctl  on II.C.i Sunshine Cowl  by  Powell River New* Town Crlcr  S��*Mt"Tl.me��... Lt4��  Box 310 - Sechelt, B.C.  Sechelt R85-9654 or 883-2635  Olbsorw RR6-2121  Subscription IUIci; (In tutvnncc)  l,oc��l, $7 per year. Beyond 35 miles, $8  U.S.A., $10. OvcrscM $11,  Serving the area from Port Mellon to Pigment  (Howe Sound to Jervis Inlet) ,  may not stock a specific item that does  not mean that it is not available. Lack  of space, capital or demand may make  certain items scarce in local stores but  that doesn't mean the Sunshine Coast  consumer has to run to the big city or  thumb through a mail-order catalogue  to find it. Ask your-,local>-merchant.-.  If the item-isn't in stock,-chances, are ,  he'll be- able to order it for you and  save you a trip. And the price will probably be competitive.  The local merchant is your neighbor,  your friend. He goes to the same church  as you, the same service club, the same  lodge. He shares your fear of increased  taxes, crime in the area, vandalism.  When your power is off, his is too. His  basement is.flooded when yours is and  he helps in the drive to build better  facilities such as arenas and swimming  pools and schools.  So, he is just as concerned about  the standard of living here as you are.  That's why he knows that he must keep  his prices competitive with city prices  although consumers must bear in mind  there are certain higher costs of bringing goods here via the ferry.  So, if everybody shops with the local  merchant, he can stock a fuller line of  goods and keep his prices competitive  and in many cases beat city prices. Besides, where else do you see so many  friendly and familiar faces?  'There are toprrated shopping facilities in all areas of the Coast particularly in the three major centres of Gib-,  sons, Sechelt and Madeira Parle.  If you don't see it, ask for it; your  merchant can probably get it for you,  Why don't they?  WHEN The Times, in the column Sunshine , Coastings,' started a Why Don't  They? feature, tho idea caught on and  there have been some remarkably good  suggestions.  Most of tho ideas have merit and  thoy are too good to run just once and  wforg(^t so llw^T^  best ideas arid"will run tlicm each week"  In this space. Wo will add to tho list  with tho passing weeks and wo will remove any that have been taken caro of  (providing that we hear about it,)    '  To add to the list (or remove items)  'call Tho Times at 885-9654, 885-2635,  886-2121 or write Box 310, Secholt.  Before you call, check the list���It  may already have been suggested,  WHY DON'T THBY7 --    i  ���Put a traffic signal at Wharf Street  nnd Highway 101?  ���Install a handrail down tho steepest part of School Road? |  ���Use their car lights, more during  rain storms and at dusk?  '-^eliilizo^K  a 50 m.p.h. zone la dangerous?  ���Put a blacktop bicycle path on  Highway 101?    .  ���Organize.a permanent recycling  depot for newspapers, glass, nnd cans?  ���Bury Scchclt's garbage in a hole?  ���Write the history of Sechelt?  I      ��� Subsidize persons to do away with  unwanted pets?  ���Build an athletic track for running?  A THOROUGH overhaul and restructuring of the administration of justice in  B.C., proposed by the province's lawyers  and .the attorney-general, will result in  more even-handed and efficient, justice  for all who come into contact with the  courts.  That was the- picture presented recently during the final day of the midwinter meeting at Harrison Hot Springs  of members of the legal profession in  B.C., a joint meeting of the B.C. Branch  of the Canadian Bar Association and the  Law Society of B.C.  About 350 lawyers and 220 guests were  offered a preview of the government's  plans by Attorney-General Alex Macdonald and Deputy Attorney-General David Vickers.  The attorney-general's department is  "doing unprecedented things to improve  the law process in this province,"' Mac-  donald said at a luncheon.  The provincial government has already announced that it will take over administration of municipal courts on April  1. This move is being made, Macdonald  said, not to relieve municipalities of a  financial burden, but rather" "because we  really believe that part of the solution  (to justice administration problems) lies  in courtroom procedures."  One of the objectives is to "dissipate  some' of the sullen angers that build up  in society," he said.  The department hopes' to, make the  courts more7 informal, less intimidating,  and better understood, as w^ll as do  something about inadequate courtroom  facilities and the unequal distribution ofj  legal services;  _���;��� Macdonald said the administration^ of  iiiH-iaa     if.    '<*_  'n__,*_~��w-l-_<~|.e<    +����<rirtt>-fi**T**    iira.T__1 Witi rt  justice is "a-seamless tapestry" involving  police, courts, the'attorney-general's department, the law-making apparatus of  the legislature, corrections, human resources, and education. He said a justice  co-ordinating council was established to  accomplish an overview of all these parts,  of the tapestry's pattern.   ">  Vickers and members of his staff outlined the government's proposed reforms  in the course of a panel discussion Saturday afternoon.  Appointed last September on a two-  year contract, Vickers said the govern- -.  ment's plans constitute the most ambi- ^  tious single reform program for the administration of justice ever undertaken  anywhere in Canada.'  He and the department's research and  planning unit have drawn up a list of  priorities that will lead to the integration  of all aspects of the .system.  Vickers said a review of the present  court system will be given top priority,  and from that improvements in policing  and corrections facilities are expected to  .ftyw;.-;';.',' '.; ���   ."'   ;: ���,'    /'/ ' . '   ��� ">      ' ,    ;  1 Other proposals include:       ' !  ���-Establishment within a year of a I  computer centre to program the public's j  encounters with the judicial system.  ���Integration in a single courthouse of  supreme,   county,   and  provincial  court |  facilities in most jurisdictions.  ���Recruitment and training of, more'  sheriff's officers to take over court and  escort work now done by police,  ���-Establishment of a crown prosecu- j  tor's offlco to provide salaried prosecu- .1  tors for moat courts.  ���An,end to tho use of lay judges In  rural jurisdictions, and their replacement '  with qualified memberq of the bench.  ���Phasing out' of largo institutions such  as Oakalla and creation of smallor units  and alternate programs outside tho Corrections system. , ,  Vickers, said ho hoped,-much of the  program will have been implemented by  the end of his two-year term as deputy  attorney-general.  "The time' has long passed when we  can look _t the police in isolation from  the courts, and the corrections system in  isolation from both," he said.  Dr. M. A. Matheson, chairman of the  research and planning unit of the attorney-general's department, said the unit is  .working vigorously to implement a regional council .concept in co-operation  with a judicial development commission,  which will be responsible for co-ordinating the efforts, of .teams doing research  and planning, and'developing programs  and'implementing pilot projects.  Matheson said the nine regional councils will provide a common base for data  and information process experience. Also  planned are district councils to provide  local comment arid participation in planning and implementation.  Vickers said one of the purposes of  Twilight Theatre  slates 'Paper Moon'  GIBSONS��� Peter Bogdonavich's production of Paper Moon, starring Ryan  O'Neal, will open on Thursday, Feb. 14  for 'three days at Twilight' Theatre,' Gibsons.  -   - Paper Moon' introduces nine-year old  ��� Tatum O'Neal, Ryan's real-life daughter  to   the  screen  and   co-stars   Madelaine  Kahn  and John Hillerman.  Filmed  on  location in Kansas and Missouri, Paper  "Moon is,the] tale of an unlikely alliance  '['between a.' down-at-the-heels con artist  "and a hard-bitten young girl who turns  out to be better at the game than he is.  The film was directed and produced  by   Peter   Bogdonavich  who   previously,  directed the Last  Picture  Show   and  What's Up Doc.  the district councils will be to provide  information on specific local needs. That  information will make it possible to tailor  services and programs to meet those  needs. As a result, he said, there will be  variations in the practical implementation of some parts of the reform program  in'various parts of the province.  The government's outline of its proposed reforms, in the administration of  justice system are a reply to a report  and recommendation made to the attorney-general's department last year by a  committee established two years ago by  the B.C. Branch of the Canadian Bar  Association.  hadr not been completed. This - should  mean an extra hamper or two at the Feb.  21 meeting,,which members are asked to  note will be held at the new Legion hall.  Carpet "bowling is attracting'so much attention that-the third'carpet was brought  into use on Feb. 3. It is planned,' very  shortly, to give thought to forrning teams  and put playing on a competitive league  basis. Dancing is still going strong on  Wednesdays. On Feb. 5 at Sechelt Elementary School' we were'given another  musical treat when the pupils of .Mrs.  Betty'Allen entertained.'-. v       '���_','  The pupils who gave us so much  pleasure 'were: Janet Clayton, Heather  Cattanach, Susan McKibben, Carla,Paetkau, Karen Paetkau; Moira. Sutherland,  Suzi Sutherland,' Margaret- Webb- and  Diane Wells. The future holds more' similar pleasure.     - ,     _  ," Feb. 17' there will be1' a , social .hour;  March . 3' Mrs. Gilker and\rher pupils;-  March-17, Mr. Postlethwait'e' will bring  his orchestra from -Madeira Park- with  Mrs. Prescesky as pianist '  The executive have been giving  thought to many problems and at the next  - general meeting will recommend-committees on a new constitution arid a building  .committee, and suggest that the May. tea  be held May 11 and the Fall Fair on  Oct., 26.. Some thought will also' be requested towards participation in Sechelt  Timber Days. Dave Hayward also advises  me that he still has a vacancy for two  for the charter trip to Reno. starting  March 30. Please phone Dave for particulars if interested.  CUTTING HIS LOSSES  Having reported the loss of a gold  cuff link in the locker room, the golf-  club member heard nothing for' two  weeks. So he pinned up a notice: "Lost,  one gold cuff link. Will buy. Or sell"  V0LV0XARS ft STATION WAGONS  INTERNATIONAL^ TRUCKS   AND  RECREATIONAL VEHICLES  PHONE:   278-6291  G��.  ��..   (rillclteul Coc  Ben Jacobsen Motors Ltd  369 NO. 3 ROAD  RICHMOND. B.C.  From the pulpit  ���-by Pastor Garry Foster,  Gibsons Pentecostal Church  THE  DIVORCE  rate  is   very   high  in  North America. Some statistics tell  us one out of every four marriages ends  in a divorce. In some areas it is even  higher, as many as one out of every two.  This is a sad commentary on our present society. .Next to, the union of a  Christian with Christ marriage is the'  most wonderful relationship in existence.  It is beautiful and something to be held  in* honor and respect. Unfortunately It is  often Joked about and brought down to  a level not worthy of the God-ordained  institution which marriage is. '  The,Bible tells us "Let marriagebe  held in honor among fill, and let the marriage1 bed be undefUed; for God will  judge the immoral and adulterous.'' Wo  are told not to take marriage lightly.  Remember that ! it is divinely-ordained.  Also, any improper . sexual' relationship  will bp judged by God. Not only are you  wrecking lives and hurting yourself and  others, but one day you will be required  to account for your actions before God.  May wo stress again that marriage, as  God intended It, is a precious relationship. If yours is in any way on the  rocks at this tlnio it can be saved, You  husbands and wives can bo reconciled if  you will seek help from the marriage  counsellor who never foils���Jcsua Christ,  Ho understands everything and is ready  to assist you.     ��� ���, ..  i  ^Jwiliaki ^Jheatre  %  ���re lV ' v  ^f  GIBSONS 886-2827  THURSDAY, FRIDAY- SATURDAY  FEBRUARY 14-15-16  The Peter Bogdonavich Production of  i  Starring Ryan O'Neal  GENERAL���Warning: "Occasional Swearing."  SUNDAY, MONDAY. TUESDAY  Fobru&ry 17-18-19  Ingmar Bergman's  "��R6��S m�� WHBSPERS"  ���RESTRICTED---  pinmwiinmnuiiimmminEmmantu  ���  to Our Printing  3  Delays aro occurring in tho availability of fine papers (those used for  envelopes, business forms, letterheads, cards, etc.) duo to tho current  papor situation. This Is a condition which will bo with us for a year  or moro. Tho problem Is that wo can no longer expect prompt delivery  from our wholesalers, and find delays of several weeks In the doliyory  of certain grades of fino papers to usrfhora^ra^w^irrgr'^'iio  anticipate your printing needs by at least" a month and preferably  two months wherever possible Wo shall mako ovbry effort to maintain adequate stocks to mako normal dcliyoriot, but urge you to  "look ahead" on orders for printed forms which you use regularly.  C7/      C7  __y/?<? Ji  imeA  .HiiiiiiiniiniiMiiiiiiiiiiiiniuiiiiiHiiiiiiinimiimiKiitiimiiiiimmHUinmiimHimn riiuiiiiiiiiniiiiimiiimrU V  i:  Wednesday, February 13,-1974     The Peninsula Times    ��     Page B-3  News Notes  THE TICKETS for the Mardi Gras,' sponsored bythe Sechejt, Auxiliary to St.  Mary's Hospital, will go on sale Thursday, Feb. 14, at 5 p.m., first come first  served.  Phone Mrs. Margaret Hunim, 885-2840.  Auxiliary members may pick up their  two tickets at the meeting in the afternoon.  The  date for  this  New, Orleans  smorgasbord is March ' 16  and will be    Conley, from Mission, aunt Mae McClure,  "��� '   _���_���   <���-. ""    *r ~   ���   a. _~i    1- * __   c*._i    _*_��._���.    -.-.  tsx&i  PS &��-. ���> - . 7*,.jL"II��ixCfc-*J *  -     - .'-BBS* ���  <J5ki   * -    *��_.    * _r * *mJr*   ���'*.'- .   ���-"'' * -  I ���/"__**   .?   i*V - _ ���������� _*'\i      ��_        .   ��� ��� - i .     -'  Tf  FULL  RANGE of edge   mouldings and adhesive is available  Windsor Plywood outlet in Gibsons.  at new  Jehovah's Witnesses attend Agrodome meet  in Vancouver, Terrace and Nanaimo.  Sixty-three new ministers were baptized ' by complete water immersion in  symbol of their dedication to serve, their  God Jehovah.  I!s^-fc.,^r._ll-.��?l^iS<fc!j^{^ "i-~5U������"'������<��<'e. -,��~j.._a..Jh-ii__-_.JaMa�������� .. ..i.��..m __-_ i._,/t.-~i_. tj_~..<~_��j_����wiuu���i.. -w  BOB GILLMORE, manager of re- styles available from stock. In ad-  cently     opened   Windsor   Plywood dition to plywood, the firm offers a  warehouse in Gibsons, displays just full range of builders'  lumber at  one of the^many veneered pan_l< Vancouver prices.                 >  FOLLOWING is the honor roll for Elphinstone Secondary School:      ,  GRADE  12  Heinz Breu 3; Deborah McNevin 3;,  Randy, Kampman 2.75; Angelica Brehm'  2.5; Leslie Dixon 2.5; Dennise Dombroski  2.5; Eleanor Lonneberg' 2.5; Brad Matthews 2.5; Nelson Winegarden 2.5; Loretta  Peters 2.3; Leslie Southgate 2.2.���_Ionor-  able mention: Vicki Beeman," Nina Christmas, Tracey Horseman, Lori Montgomery,  Diane Small, Debbie Willis, Bonnie  Whyte, Judy Whyte. _ '  GRADE  11  Diana Peters 3; Richard Clayton '2.75;  Patricia Erickson 2.75; Deborah . Hill  2.75; Kathleen Marcroft 2.75; Helen Parker 2.75, Dean Goddard 2.5; Kathy Zueff  , 2.3; Andrea Bobardt 2.2; Debbie Fiedler  2.2; Cythia Kurucz 2.2; Margo Metcalfe  2.2; Jeri Mullen 2.2.���Honorable mention:  Vickye Fearnley, James Flack, Emily  Fraser, Kim Gregory, Ann. Kruse, Patricia Wing.  GRADE   10  Anthony Evans 3; Julie Gallup 3; John  Gross 3; Brenda MacKenzie 3; Alan Stewart 3; Randy Watson 3; Ken Bennett 2.75;  Melody Farewell 2.75; Lawrence Jones  2.75; Lisa Kampman 2.75; Lydia Lee 2.75;  .Georgina McConnell 2.75; Carl-Montgomery 2.75; Maria Rinaldis 2.75;v Susan  Dixon 2.5; Tina Lonneberg 2.5 Steve Miles  2.5; Wayne Wolverton 2.5; Dennis Petula  2.3; Trevor Swan 2.3; Lorraine Nestman  2.3; Darcy Stephanson 2.2.���Honorable  mention: Johnnie Branca, Neil Clayton,  Robert. Gone, Susan' Lawson, Dorothy  Rice.  GRADE   9 ,,_,,,  Patricia Lee 3; Janice DuMont 3; Barbara Wilson 3; Lyle Blomgren 2.75; Kelly  Cryderman 2.75; Linda Dandy, 2.75; Linda  Laing 2.75; Barbara Jackson 2.75; Diane  Pelletier 2.75; Brent Rottluff 2.T5; Valma  Scrugham 2.75; Susan Vedoy 2.75; Carol  Bredefeld 2.5; Robert - Bulger 2.5; Cathy  Hamilton 2.5; Scott Verrecchia 2.5; Michael Kampman 2.3; Lois Paull 2.3; Barbara Meredith 2.3; Bruce Goddard 2.2;  Joanne Laird 2.2; Katherlne Oike 2.2;  Marilyn Monroe 2.2; Michael Pearson 2.2;  Norma Skogmo 2.2.���Honorable mention; Andrew Alsager, Laurie Beeman,  Craig Hostland, Bruce Goddard, Lori Mac-  L e 11 a n, Barbara Meredith, Raymond.  Dube, Catherine, Gibb, Sharry Hancock,  Wayne Phillips, Bradley Quarry, Geral-  dine Fyles, jMona Suveges.  GRADE   8  Colleen Hoops 3; Melanle Mahlman  3; Sigrid Petersen 3; Bruce Gibb 2.5;  Janet MacKay 2.5; Heather Reid 2.6;  Richard Underwood 2.5; Lynne Wheeler  2.5; Sybil' Foss 2.3; Diana MaoLellan 2.3;  Jannette {Swanson 2.3; Janet Clayton 2.2;  Stephen Clayton 2,2; Eric, Peters , 2,2;  Suzanne Sutherland 2.2; Michelle Phillips #2.-~'Hon6rablo mention; Cindy Be-  nudry, Joel Bellcrlve, Laurence Borlcy,  Christine Irvine, Gary McDonald, Douglas  Notelaw, Karln Paetkau, Dcanne Paul,  Maria Pike, Filippo Rinaldis, Thomas  SaundorB, Michael Smith, Judith Spence,  Patti Star, Lori Thibault.      .  Jim Metzler  to^ire  JIM Metzler, secretary-treasurer at Sechelt school'board for tho past  11  years, him announced his intention to re-  , tiro at tho end of July,  In a letter of resignation to tho board'  of trustees; ho Bald! ��� - .-  "In my opinion, now is the time of  decision as changes ara occurring in tho  educational system which favor the attention of a younger individual, someone, who can develop new ideas and grow  up'with chongoB,,aa I was privileged to  do finder tho old flyatcm,"  jMoUlor said it was with real regret  that ho confirmed oarllor verbal notice  """���,of'"l,lfl"rfltlremont;""���"" " " "-���u-"-" --  "Thin early notice will allow tho board  ample tlmo to find a replacement, onsuro  that dotalls relating to tho building pro-  grnm'wlll hnvo been completed and, hope*  fully, not leave too many loose ends for  my nuccofljior,"  Ho offered tho board lil.i nlncurn thanks  "for tho co-opcratlon and encouragement  you havo given mo in carrying out my  rcnponf.ahllU.es,","'  Motzlor has been a school district secretary-treasurer for tho print 21 years,  held in the Old' Legion Hall,  Sechelt Auxiliary members were hostesses to a- party held in the cafeteria of  , St. Mary's Hospital for the patients on  the top floor. Aloha night was Feb. 1  with decorations done, by the patients'and  Lillian Peters, a fantastic evening enjoyed  by the patients, staff and auxiliaries.  Mrs. Betty Laidlaw baked a special aloha  cake, suitably decorated and Mrs. Dorothy McCallum fancied up some sandwiches and other goodies were sent by  Mrs. Lola Turner and Mrs, .Eve Mos^  crip. ,  . Music poured forth from the accordion of ��� Johnny Branca entertainment  for all, including the volunteers Mrs. Ina  Grafe, Mrs. Lee. Redman, Mrs. Sylvia  Kerr, Freda Thompson and Mrs. Eve  Moscrip.  Mrs. Lola Turner enojyed the company of her two sisters when they came  to visit her for a few days���Mrs. Ethel  King   from   Ontario    and  Mrs.   Glenna  - Johnston of Edmonton, Alta.       v  Four couples, eager for ice rinks in  our area, interested in both curling and  skating went to Hope to attend the men's  annual curling bonspiel. The "icenatics"  were Gordon and Betty Dixon, Dave and  Doris Ashton, Joe and Melinda Fisher and  Henry and Lydia Hall. Spreading the  good word that the Sunshine Coast is  hopeful of holding bonspiels in its own  backyard, left the people of Hope eagerly looking forward to repaying the visit.  Wilson Creek grandparents/ George  and Joan Newsham, are thrilled with the  news from Quesnel, where on Feb. 4 a  girl was born to Carol and son Terry  Newsham. - , ,      '  Recent visitors at the Connor house  were Frank and Elaine Benz with daughter Barbara from Altus, Oklahoma. Frank,  a former mechanic with Cliff at the  Shell station in Sechelt, is now doing  what he likes best, flying���crop dusting  in Oklahoma and neighboring states. Elaine, a former teacher at Sechelt residential school was so happy to be. back  amongst the big green trees again. Cliff  took them fishing for an afternoon and  Arboretum proposed  by Aid. Shuttleworth  SECHELT��� Aid. Dennis Shuttleworth  proposed the possibility of an arboretum starting on a 300 acres site in northwest' Sechelt, near the new arena. He was  addressing'the first meeting of 1974 of  the Sechelt Garden' Club.  The club met in St. Hilda's Hall, Feb.  ' 6 with President Janet' Allen in the chair.  Annual reports-were' read and new  officers installed by C. Gough. Dates for  flower shows'are April 20, June 22 and  Sept 21.        . '     -  Vancouver, sister Sylvia and Sid Reeves, Mrs-  Aae?   was  chosen  delegate  to  daughter Shirley and Bob Kirkby, bro-    attend the annual meeting of the B.C.  ther Milton and Daisy Conley all from, Council of Garden .Clubs in Richmond  Jul ���_��! ��� . DaT_.        _-��__ TX_. __-___.      -_*_.__ H"VU.-.       __1.��V. in      *�� 4-_*-*4-_*..--        _�� 1il-.-_.-_-_-        __-_._3  -   -     ���8>y Peggy Connor  despite the cold air they were a very  happy* threesome to be "home" again and  out on the .water. Frank was the lucky  one for the day, catching a sizable salmon.      - " -"_-''  People were hanging from the fafters,'  sleeping on .the floor, having a bang-up  time as the relatives gathered in West  Sechelt to help Vic and Ruby Osborne  celebrate their 45th wedding anniversary.  There was  Ruby's  mother,    Mrs.  Tina  the Mission area, Mrs. Daisy Profit, Mad  eira vPark, dropping in for the evening  were' Dick and Fern Mosier of Selma  Park. Brother Ted Osborne attended the  formal dinner on Saturday evening with  the rest of the relatives. '  ��� Spinning out the festivities for ��� the  rest of the week grandson and his wife,  Robert and Clara-Kirkby came up on  Monday from Chilliwack and stayed the  week with grandma, Ruby and grandpa  Vic. Congratulations from the neighbors  and many friends of this young couple  of oldtimers.  The club is starting a library and  named Susan Jensen, as librarian. Committee members are Frank Read and  Jack MacLeod.  Bloke C. Aldereon D.C.  CHIROPRACTOR  Post Office Building Sechelt    ,  Phoao 885.2333  Wednesdays and Saturdays ,  10 a.m. - 3:15 r.ri. i;>10 a.m. - 2:30 pan.  NEW BOOKS:  -Ghost Towns of B.C.  - The Conquistadors, H. Innes  - Fishin' Hole of the West, by  Mike Cramond  - England o�� $10 a Day -  - Mushrooms of Canada  - Billion Dollar Brain, by Len'  Deighton  r The. Innocent Libertine, Colette  - The Saratoga Barrier, by Frank  - Herbert  - Salmon Fishing with the Experts  - 1974 Income Tax Law  - B.C. Incorporation Guide  COME IN SOON AND  TAKE ADVANTAGE OF OUR  3 ��*��gt 2 SMI  OF CANADIAN PAPERBACKS  There is a wide choice of authors:  Pierre Berton - Farley Mowat -  Morley Callagharr - Gabriefle Roy  - Leonard Cohen - Peter Newman  - Stephen Leacock - Hubert Evqns  "- Margaret Laurence - Margaret  Atwood - and many others.  SECHELT���The local congregation of  Jehovah's Witnesses was among the  3,107 in attendance for a two-day assembly held at the PNE's Agrodome,  Feb. 2-3.  The assembly was the first in a new  series for the witnesses. The program and  theme "Love One Another Intensely from  the Heart," will be repeated throughout  British Columbia at a different assembly  hall every weekend for the next six  months. The series will climax this summer with larger district assemblies held  FAKE FABRICS  The difference between a genuine velvet or suede and a flocked fabric can  easily be determined by checking the  backing which is usually a knitted cotton  fabric, advises Consumers' Association of  Canada.  H^.Wvn'il  "    .   I  "IT MAY BE A LITTLE FARTHER, BUT IT'S  WORTH THE EFFORT."  This adventurous young Alberta farmer demonstrate- that soma  people will go to any lengths to enjoy an evening at the  Peninsula Hotel.  "|i'Iii ��i i ifinaMiw'liM' i imi|iiiiiliiiiinniiiiiiii)i)ii|i|ii��ii iion [ |||iiiiiii)|iiiii[iiii in,   nil  in i in.ilium || ii-1..ii ii) .inn ia , i.imniii.iiii m  , .,.., ,      ?,-*;,! ':!;SATOBpAY|:FBBBUiWy:'ie,n  Bost In Llvo Entortnfmrtont  PIZZA" AVAILABLE  "JOIN THE FUN"  PENINSULA HOTEL  Hlghwoy 101 ��� Cover Charge ��� 806-2472  vwwm��wvwwi��w��>wiiwi'��wvwwv����w^^ t*  f-'SB&^C' ���'  .'.������R_Jfr  ' A����,\V"'-?r*. .   \   <J��. T.     _V  fiUz  3tiru^*  !ff_r��^     ."_  Pe@o S-4   '���   _  Tho PealssaBa Tfc_ca  Wednesday, February 13f 19^4  A'  \  >^c>  -it >  'i _      _        ��������  KINDERGARTEN teacher Fay Bir  kin helps pre-schoolers understand  relationship between diffeient shapes  in one of maiy activities scheduled  daily at Gibsons Elemental y School  ���photos by Alastair Rogers  ia������in  1     f" ' 1  '*_V ;v.t.vi.'-  !  /���:  r^f&.  SB*  _p - ��� _^r- __Pj  *^;_-\�� iftvJs.^a^��"Ciii^'  Felt shapes offer easy; way to learn, basic/arithmetic  for   Donna ' Ken-  naugh at Gibsons kindergarten.  Regional takeover considered . . .  Singing is popular lesson at Gibsons kindergarten. Here, teacher Fay Birkin provides piano accompaniment.  I @  SUNSHINE Coast recreation centre site  ' in Roberts Creek may be taken over  by the regional district and operated as  a public park.  s The board considered favorably a report from its selection committee supporting the move.-  Committee chairman Harry Almond,  director for Roberts Creek, reported to the  board's first meeting of 1974 that it  would cost taxpayers an estimated .10  mills to maintain the site as a park if all  electoral areas and municipalities in the  districts contributed a share.  . He felt that this figure was "insignificant."  Almond and Area B director, Rita  Relf, were both confident that their areas  would be willing to bear a share of maintenance costs. , '  The chairman reported that information -from the department of municipal  affairs in Victoria indicated that a petition or a referendum would be necessary  in the respective areas to authorize undertaking the function.  Initially, a tax levy of 1/20 of a mill  would be so small.  As a first step towards establishing a  park, the area should be designated Regional District Park instead of Sunshine  Coast Recreation Centre, the committee  felt. This would help disassociate the  project from the previous - community  recreation scheme.  On the question of funding the .park  project, committee members felt the  petition procedure should .be used to  gauge public opinion on the tax levy in  preference to a-referendum.  Two-thirds of i the property owners in  the various areas would have to consent  to the project before it could go ahead,  they noted..  West said it might be possible for  the regional district to obtain DL 1506  from the provincial government at no  cost, providing it was used for'recreational purposes and existing facilities on the  site were maintained.  Accepting the committee's report, the  board agreed to investigate the best procedure for gaining taxpayer support for  the park project, '  ��� by Ed McCaughtrie  NOW! that you-have decided that it might  < be' fun to have a!��� garden this year,  what are you going tc^ plant?     , <  Most people try to grow too much and  ;have.t6o many'failures and it is very important to have success. Otherwise, bang  "goes  another  chance- to stop pollution.  Knowing this, rely on the foUowing for  _  the first year: Beans, green or wax, bush  or pole;  cucumbers,  summer  and win-  ' ter squash, radish and lettuce.  "." All these Vegetables will grow easily,  usually prolifically and will provide both  ���summer  and winter  foods.  They, must  _ ���_  --i--,-^- ��     be planted rather late, after the danger  ���-/A^JmP"/     ��f frost> Tnis k nelPful because if you  *    " are starting a new garden and it is late  getting' under way, you need more preparation, and' the land- dries "out later  due to lack of humus in the soil.  ORGANIC TEA     .  "-���  ���All the crops recommended with the  1 "exception   of  beans,  require, rich  soil,  which you don't havve. Supplement this  by making your own organic fertilizer  at little or no cost:1  Place a bushel of manure in a barrel,  garbage can or container and add about  three times as much water; let it steep for -  a week, then dilute so that it looks like  weak tea when you use it. Water your  plants with it twice weekly for two  weeks, then weekly for two weeks, then  weekly until the fruit sets, thereafter,  every two weeks.  CUCUMBERS  Dig a hole the size of a pail, mix the  soil wfrth lots of dried manure���dried  cow .manure compost that you can buy  'Will do. Plant the seeds as normal, three  to a hill, then thin out to one. Keep  a good mulch,of hay around the hill to  prevent weeds growing, so you don't have  to water and next time you won't have  to dig. Once you have eaten a cucumber  from the garden, fresh and cool, you will  not eat store variety.  SUMMER SQUASH  Plant and care as the cucumber, they  grow very fast. Don't forget to_mulch  well. It is possible to freeze summer  squash, but why bother, you can grow  . Jt ^   '.'' " .  WINTER  SQUASH  - This is winter food and can be kept  without freezing if they are stored in a  cool (43-55 de^reesi>'dry area. Don't try  to grow somebody's giant hubbard please.  They are not only coarse, but are unwieldy to cut and once cut don't keep  as well. Pick'the squash when they are  the size for your family, after all that is  who you are growing for.  ���BEANS  - This is the beginning gardener's must,  they tolerate .poor soil, and yield a fair  crop. Loosen up the soil so that you can  plant, another successive crop. Mulch  heavily between the rows and you will  not need any tea.  This group of vegetables will give  any new gardener or garden, a good crop  and a great deal of satisfaction.  '^^S  frLiii i  mmmmfmmmmmmmmj  *-"���  r._a_-,._i.-^-?-i~ .";.--.a.iSr-.J-Kilp.-s;j��--.---  GIBSONS-Kindergarten classes at Gib-    would likely be sufficient to finance the    /aCJ- ancJ   U\l Co-Operative  sons Elementary School last year were  plagued by overcrowding, with as many  as 02 children sharing one open-plan  classroom.  To alleviate the problem, Sechelt  school board started a class at Langdale  Elementary, and staff' are "delighted"  with the improvement,  ''The number of children enrolled at  Gibsons has been lowered, so the teaching situation, now provides for satisfactory individual instruction," said Dave  Rempel, Gibsons principal.  Tho largo, opon .area, shared by teachi  ers Fay Birkin nnd Sara Bujan, provides  an informal setting, with plenty of room  for a wide range of activities, including  singing, cooking, moving to music, educational toys, reading readiness, sand, art  and number games.  And, moat important of all, the children obviously enjoy every minute of  their prc-school.  Cost of living index: list of numbers  proving high prices' are not expensive,  park maintenance function, Almond felt. _ , ,  This would cost taxpayers only 20 cents annual meeting set tonight  per $1,000 fo assessed value, added the  chairman.  Erich Hensch, chairman of the recreation centre committee, told directors that  $1,500 per year would be a reasonable  estimate of maintenance costs for a park  on the Roberts Creek site.  Since a district-wide tax Increase of  .10 mills' would raise $5,000 annually, it  would only be necessary for three or  four areas in the district to support the  function, he said.  Director Frank West felt that the  village of Sechelt and Gibsons would  likely opt out of the park function' since  they are involved in financing ice arenas  within their municipalities.  He stressed that tho Roberts Creek  site, DL 1506, should not contain another  arena, but Bhould bo developed as a  nature park,  Directors agreed that both, Gibsons  and Sechelt probably would be willing  to participate in the park jmalntcnanco  function, since the  additional tax levy  GIBSONS���Annual meeting of the Jack  and Jill Cooperative will be held tonight at the Coast-Garibaldi Health Unit  at 8 o'clock, ���  Following the business meeting, there  will be a film and discussion on prcschools  and nutrition presented by Susan Frizell,  public health nurse.  S0ti��^WTlGPWI  "    JmWMIIMi WrntWX  nm  ������'���' iff  �� Answers phone (in your own  voice)  ��  Records incoming messages  $149.95 EACH  (installation and batteries incl.) ,  For free demonstration call  Ed Nicholson ��� 885-2896  '8"~^'J'JujKIL.  -gggwaji ���jtyijaL'ii'j^'nn^"',j<ia|^"  tf__i��Sif---~'  ._-~-'l-._j_ijSflj;37^0!'!  ���'.AiiKw fr itte****/*!!*1**^ Wttitei f#8^-iat Atfi<**i  nnouncina* * >  ALTHOUGH BLIND, Earl Gregson   kindergarten ��� through   playing  learns to use otlior senses at Gibsons   sandbox,  in  r-;trKi^';t^rt'i'Tt;r-t;i  ii it ''in t t �� t r* i  1  C11BQ  SCUBA COURSE  IS NOW FULLY ENROLLED . .  .  For future couwes contact: ,  > o Mt ROSS LINO, 885-2305 H  rx_saaM3Mi-t^^  '/JOHN KELLY  of  , SECHELT HOME SERVICE  "taHes '"thliroppWiuhltytothm  for thalr patronage and hopes thai you will con-  tlnue to support the now owners . . .  Ljene (JSrehm Cjf^int  Vft  ouna  X,  On Tuesday, February 19th,  ono of our representatives  MR. W. 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"   "^--^V-i ;������������-',' ���MTOBKSfc'  " ��� __��_^__W;���^^*^���,  V feV^pBl3E_2__4r   '*  ���      f-ssa.  5i&e  zry  .1-��� _~*W^'   ,0v>*  * ^ **^kv>��wit^.^I*_UIWWWI-Urtht >._.lrf.t--K^-/~  IS^_-_>J_UM_-llljrt^^ri.tf-a_^_lll-_taha  Ji__fj;|^__ii^___^f��> _  1 \  i  !  V  Library aide, Mrs. G. CrownW works wlHi'Sififfysi'Reidlfcentre and Gregory Chew  SING-SONG session around the piano   are from left: Kelly Page, Billy Pe-   student, Mrs. Haddon and Jennifer  is provided by Mrs. Lois Haddon,    ters, Rae Harris, Ian Campbell, Glen   Wilcox,  music aide.  Intermediate , students    Crichton, Toni Kraft, an unidentified  GRADE 2-3 CLASS of Mrs. Raleane   lace. Students fiom left aie: Bradley   Darlene   Gilker,   Cam   Campbell,    Page B-6        The Peninsula Times  '    I77'^l_il__i7Tr_^ff?^^'Tfini���J FT! M^_��iss^iej_f yotaiiteerteactier, Higgins, Michael Morrow, TJheresa   right: Mike   Higgins   and!  Rogene Wednesday, February 13,1974  John Logan is using the Orton-Gitl ingharn method to help Allan, Siglitz  with his reading. -  -���"#.       H^-sSfc^ ^7__a____w&* Jra *_J i  tr*  *=t" _������_>����_ t^IAmiS1*  _*y_w^WM-JHMPitt.a.��M_ jf 4t��T.j_r_-rj-. .   a_.e. 4        _>���  m  aide, Mrs. E. M. Glynes, shown in j Clayton, Eyan'Gough, Donnie Mer-   Talento.  the rear working with Stirling Wal- ' kel; centre:-; Jeremiah   Thompson,  ���  > __ef_c&  Glen Brown gets reading assistance from Jennie Merkel.  b_��_k __ -.rill _. tBL 11     1   innWi   1 iMi^nisirli     ���^f**j_'  SUE_SHIf_E RENTALS  886-2848 ��  24 Hr@.  M_>VI��W*-tlM_W-Wiy%<t-MMI-|it-*itfM_^^  Mrs. Irene McKonzlo is assisting Michael Hermon, left and Michael Morrow in speech instruction.  At Madeira Parle school . . .  TOTEM CLUB  .8DAYS, 8:00 p.m.  INDIAN HALL  Jackpot $300  $76 TO GO  :^.\-.pbpJR-:P|lW|?;,^y:,ii/:  1     , ��� 1  Volmileer teacher aide  rppog^ani���is4il^  MADEIRA PAHI_--A volunteer teacher    tola Haddon who provides plnno nccom-  SUNSHINE COAST REGIONAL DISTRICT  RATEPAYERS' ASSOCIATION  jTINO'  !C=  Eloction of Officers  Visitors Welcome  nldo progrnm has been In operation pnnlmont for the grade fl muslo elaBscn,    ES  during the lost three years At Madeira Mrs, Ada Priest who provides art assist'  Park Elementary School. It sprang up ance \o  lr-termedlate  Ipupills,   MJrs.   GL  from a need for moro assistance In Iho Crowthcr who assists In tho library, John  school In many areas, Tlio people who Logan who works with Individual stu-  could provide tho assistance wore already dents using tho Qrton-Gllllngham method,  In the area. A co-ordinated effort by Mrs. Ircno McKcnsslo who helps students  !   staff members and principal Verno Wish- with speech dlffiqwltics, Mrs. Mary King-  ��� ,'.1      lovo  brought  tho   two   components  to- ston who assists with tho klndorgnrton ^__   . 11   gethor. ,   ' class, Mr, and Mrs, John Kolly who nro    _ "        "'   ~ ~   %*__,���       b^i      _p*~ ~~ '  ���    '])        Volunteer teacher aides assist tho olo- helping with drama for Intermediate stu-    RBNHHHa0H   ��Cl!UG.i)le  COUpOU    ���������'�����������������<  ��� y,   mentary teachers and students, in many , dents, and Mrs. R, WHcox who will bo   0 ri id -ruic #-/\iinrf\M  .Ui\e*i/r m  1   " /.'   woys, These xango from helping indlvl- working providing nsulotaneo for primary'   Q vur  '"I* VOUPON ANP ?AVE . . . .     ' p  '"   iunntLB.ni^n���mM0tnffldn?^ih?��^^ fltud��"lfl' ' ' ��       V ^ Shomnoo and Set or $4 off on your next Halrcoloring or       m  materials and cataloging library books.        Tho volunteer; teacher aide program   2 Permanent Wave, n  Tho teacher Mm Work closely with iho jB nol( a.new concept In this sciool dis-    U' "      rermanonf nrayo, p  t_  Sunday, February 24, 3:00 p.m.  Wilson Crook Community Hall  classroom teacher carrying out tho teach-    trjct nn(j Qther Bchoo,a t,    PenlnsU|B    O  or'B7pl��nB*nndIottUlnos^oUworfc^mh-Vo.,nst,t���te<l   -lmlUu. nflS,stnn_o-pro--H  service  provided by tho oldes benefits    KrBrnH;         * Z.  the students and staff os ���well as being             ' "  satisfying to the person Involved,  Sketch of facial features of Violet Bllclk is done by Mrs. Ada Priest  .   ,   , _ ,      who helps In.art.inttrvctlon.  3{-  Does Your Club or Group report its  Activities Reaularlv to The Times?  At Madeira Park thoro are ten volun��  leer aides working, Their schedules are  flexible ��nd may range~ from Assisting  nt the school four .tlrncs a week, for, an  hour and a half to one 45-mlnuto period  once a week, Tlio volunteer teacher aides  are; Mrs. K. Glynes who worked In tho  grade 2-H room with Individual students  /providing rending osslstanco; Mrs, Jorjnlo  Merkel who works In tho grade fl room  also  providing reading assistance,  Mrs.  ��9 '  0  m  n  0  0  CONTINENTAL COIFFURES & BOUTIQUE  Troll Day Mall - Socholt ��C��II 885-2339  (valid Monday to Friday In February 1974)  0  P,"* ��"����� MIIHMMIIMIIII llllllllllllllllMllalllj  MISS SEE'S  CARD & GIFT SHOP  I Whprf Rood . 3��ch��lt _ eoS-vOAft  P.O. BOX 213  ' ' '!���������' ^ '    ��� -  flallmnrk'Couttt e-rdi and wrapplngt.  Fin* inallth china cup* and ��auc��r*.  B��utlqw�� 1t��mt, local artlfH  palntlnn*.  ""���< MllillMllMi'iMUHiMii iMiiiiaiaMtiaia^     KSH  B)H0@iPI|S||S|n|nBI@B||B|nPIBIa9i-IBin@PPPini9@@[^|  HAWAII - MEXICO - DISNEYLAND  RENO BY BUS - RENO BY TRAIN  Book NOW for Eaator Holiday,  Charters to Europe - Relative Flights  10% Deposit Only (non-rofundoblo)  PHONE YOUR LOCAL TRAVEL AGENT:  922-0221 or 885-2339  D  0  il  19  PI V,'  v.. :i ...  \W.  , ��'  Madeira Park Happenings  Deadline March 1  v-  IN SPORTS teams I and III are tied with  20 points each. Team II is second with  18'ponts. Sechelt Elementary boys floor-  hockey coached by Mr. Gray played Madeira Park on Friday noon. After an exciting three periods > of hockey, Sechelt  beat Madeira park 9 to 8. The- boys are  practicing for a tournament in March.  The students saw the puppet show,  Little Ghost Gilroy, on Friday and enjoyed it very muchvMr. Coad explained  how the puppets work and how he  manages to control everything. The pre- -  schoolers came to the puppet show also  and- seemed ��� to enjoy t themselves.  ''5- The Legion poster contest winners  have been picked and they are the following students: first Sandra Morrow,  second Mokie Sterloff, third Kelly Reid.  Honorable mentions went to Danny Reid,  Doug Lloyd, Paul Phillips, and Jackie  Scott. Congratulations -to all the winners.  Mrs. -McCanh. will be providing prize-  on behalf of .the Pender Harbour Legion.  The posters will-be displayed in tho community stores.  ''."Science students taught by Mrs. Silvey*  and Mr. Donnelly are, working hard on ���  their projects for the science fair. There  are   sure   some   strange   smells   coming  ���by Kim1 ��mail  from the science room.  The school was sad to hear of the fire  that burned Mrs. Phillips' house. Mr.  and Mrs. Phillips managed to save some  of their belongings, but lost others.  The  grade .sevens will be holding  a  Valentine sock hop on Thursday, Feb. 14'.  Students from grades five, six and seven,  will, be   invited.   Proceeds   will   go  to-���  wards the senior class (trip.  Hackett Park gets  $5,000 fund grant  SECHELT���A $5,000 grant from the provincial government community recreation fund has been approved for Sechelt's  Hackett Park- Improvement project, reports Neil Sutherland, village clerk.  The government grant brings the total  to $20,000 available to-upgrade the park.  ' Sunshine Coast Lions club will contribute $5,000, the village will "contribute  $5,000, plus the government grant of  S5,000. The remaining $5,000 will come  from labor, Lions club members have  pledged.  TIME is running out for more ,than a  million British Columbia . motorists  who have, yet-to buy their 1974'vehicle  licences  and  provincial  auto  insurance.  Jack Hamilton, president of the Insurance Agents' Association of B.C., said  at a press conference that fewer than  150,000 vehicle owners in .the province  have applied for their licences" and insurance since Autoplan opened for business on Jan. 2.    \ - -  "The daily rate at the moment is only  a trick'e," Hamilton -said. "Unless a lot  of people start moving immediately the  congestion at the end of February may  mean that many people will be unable  to drive legally March 1."  Autoplan, the provincial government's  universal auto insurance program, goes  into effect March 1 at the same time' as  the 1974-75 vehicle licence year.  Basic Autopla coverage is required of  all licensed vehicles before they can be  operated on public highways.  Hamilton pointed out that no exten  sion of the insurance deadline is possible,  according to government officials.- Pen-'  alties for driving without" insurance include an automatic fine of $250 and an  assessment of 10 demerit points on a  driver's Motor Vehicle Branch record.  , Hamilton, noting that ICBC officials  have expressed alarm at the slow, turnout of vehicle owners, declared:  "They have asked authorized agents  to do everything possible to persuade  motorists to waste no time in obtaining  their\ insurance and licences." ,  Hamilton stressed that it, would be  physically impossible for Autoplan's nearly 950' sales outlets to handle'a million  licence'and insurance transactions if they  were delayed until,the final weeks of  February.  "We 'can only appeal to motorists to  act now to have *��� their insurance and  license form looked after. The alternative  ' will be' iong, frustrating lineups. in late  February, or possibly no insurance for  many  people when    Autoplan  becomes  law on March 1." .  He said several factors for the present  low rate of' applications' have been identified by ICBC.   '  "We've heard suggestions in the news  media that, some "car owners are delaying  applications thinking' there may be  changes in Autoplan premium rates.  "The rates for 1974 have been set and  won't be changed, although some may  be eligible for premium rebates after  the March 1 deadline."  According ,to studies, he said, traditional post-Christmas financial pressures  have contributed greatly to the slow rate  of Autoplan applications.  1 "A bank financing plan is available  to motorists, through their agents, with  no interest until March,", he pointed out.  In some cases, he added, people have  said ihey want, to earn interest on-their-  own funds until late February, rather  tha'i file early.     -   --  '���We're urging these people to seriously examine the wisdom of such sav-  The Peninsula Times Page B-7  Wednesday, February-13, 1974  < '   _i        ���  ,  ings���which may amount to a dollar or  less-on their premiums or , down 'payments���against.the prospect 'of lineups."  More than 800 insurance. agents . in  B.C. have been authorized to handle  Autoplan insurance. There is no' charge  for their service.  Between 5,000 and 6,000 persons have  been trained by their employers or ICBC  to handle .the various Autoplan forms,  correct errors an,d deal with people who  bring in, their vehicle registration because they haven't received the order  forms.   '      '   . ���"       *<*     ".'<"  M^^^^^^^^^^f,  ^mtimMnMiiiaaiaiiiiaiiiiiMaiiiimiaamaimiiiaiaaaaiiiiiimaaaaiimmm  * Put your message into more  than .3,250 homes (14,000  readers) in these economical  .spots. Your ad is always there  for quick reference .....  anytime! ,  * Here's an economical way to  reach 3,250 homes (1,4,000  readers) every week. Your ad  waits patiently for ready reference .... anytime!   '  'a_uilUfitaiiifitfimihtalifiia'iiaiiiiiaiiiiiiaiiifaiiim  iiiimibhimiiimiiiiiiiiiiii man auiainainiaiaiiaiiiiiiair  ACCOUNTANTS  W. Philip Gordon  CHARTERED ACCOUNTANT  Phone: Bus. 886-2714, Res. 886-7567  Harris Block, Gibsons,  B.C.  ANSWERING SERVICES  DIAL-MAR ANSWERING SERVICE  * Office * Residential * Wake-up Calls  * Reasonable Rates  "Never Miss Another Phone Call"  885-2245  BUILDING  SUPPLIES   A. C. RENTALS & BUILDING  SUPPLY LTD.  - All Your Building Needs -  Madeira Park Phone 883-2585  CARPET CLEANING  CARPET & CHESTERFIELD  CLEANERS  WE CLEAN WITH  ARGOSHEEN  (Free Estimates)  TOM SINCLAIR: 885-9327  phone 12-1 p.m. or after 5 p.m.  APPLIANCE REPAIRS  We Repair:  - small kitchen & household appliances  - vacuum cleaners - power tools - electric  motors - almost anything small enough to  carry in.  JOHN BUNYAN'S VARIETY  & ENTERPRISES  Cowrie*  Street, Sechelt 885-9343  ARCHITECTURAL-PLANNING  SUNSHINE DESIGN  AND DEVELOPMENTS LTD.  . _,._ Architectural ,-Buildoro^, rt~  and Development Planners  -  Gibsons: Box 735 ��� 886-9679  Vancouver: 731-3448  A Complete Design, Building and  Planning Service  ART SUPPLIES  I        <*   a  Telephone 804-2069  ROSS & ART ENTERPRISES  Pottery, Supplies, Classes & Firing  Dealer for Duncan's Ceramic Products  Pine Road _ Orandvlew Avenue  P.O. Box 62, Gibsons, B.C.  AUTOMOTIVE SERVICE  JAMIESON; AUTOMOTIVE  Parts, Sales & Service  - Rotor Lather Servlco for Disc Brakos  and Drum Brakos  - Valve and Seat Grinding  All Makes Serviced - Datsun Specialists  Gibsons - Phono 885-7919  BANKS  ROYAL DANK OF CANADA  Sechelt Branch ���'��� Phone 885-2201  Gibsons Branch ��� Phone 886-2201  Ponder  Branch --Phone 883-2711  Box  153, Madeira Park  ''.'     HOURS;  Sechelt! Tuesday-Thursday  10 a,in. to 3 p.m.  Fr|. 10 a,m, to o p,m���Sat, 10 a,m, to 3 p,m,  Gibson* & Pander: Monday-Thursday 10 a.m.  fo'3 p.m.; Friday IQ a,m, to 6 p.m.  BLASTING  .;',lv;,CONTRpLLiD BUSTING  :'), AH Work Insured  Froo Estimate*  FRED DONLSY  Pender Harbour - 083-2403  or 003-9972  CONTRACTORS  TED'S BLASTING  ALL WORK FULLY INSURED  Basement* ��� Driveway* - leptle Tank*  Stumps - Dltsh Line*  ,   Coll for o free eatimota any lima  WO DONLEY Pender Harbour 803-3734  ." Construction by  BRYKIM  LTD.  - General Contractors -  ' custom building - additions - altoratioes  custom backhoo work  BOX 459, SECHELT 885-2153  BOUTIN BULLDOZING  CLEARING, LANDSCAPING AND  BACKHOE WORK.  TELEPHONE 886-9824  R.R. 2, Gibsons  COAST BACKHOE & TRUCKING  LTD.  Fill, Cement, Gravel, Drain Rock, etc.  Box '89/ Madeira Park  Phone 883-2274  DOUBLE R TRUCKING  LTD.  EXCAVATING - SAND  GRAVEL - FILL  Phone ,886-7109  Custom Residential and Commercial Buildings  FJORD DESIGN & CONSTRUCTION  SERVICES LTD.  Chuck Harrison Phone 885,9824  J. B. EXCAVATING CO. LTD.  886-9031  Dump Truck - Backhoo - Cat  Water, Sower, Drainage Installation  Land C lea ring  , FREE ESTIMATES'  L&H SWANSON LTD.  READY-MIX CONCRETE  Sand and Gravel - Backhoo  Ditching - Excavations  PORPOISE DAY ROAD  885-9666, Box 172, Sechelt, B.C.  P. V. Services Ltd.  LOG HAULING CONTRACTOR  Direct all enquiries to;   '  Dispatcher at 863-2731, area, 086.7,375  Office Hours 8;30 a/m, to 4|3"0 p.m.  Placing and Finishing  Floors -- Patios - Stairs  Walks - Driveways  Froe   Estimates Phona  885-9413  ,   Land Clearing - Road Building  Tree Topping - Selective Logging  PETE DUBOIS  Telephone 883-2417  R.R, 1, Madeira Park, B.C.  PHONE 883-9530 "  RON'S CONTRACTING  Clearing - Excavations - Road Building  Grading - Till i Road Gravel - Crushed Rock  ���  Phone Sechelt 005-9530  CONTRACTORS  (cont.)  S.T.K. EXCAVATING LTD.  ��� . Gravel - Fill - Driveways  Basements - Light Clearing  FREE ESTIMATES  Phone 886-2237 days or eves.  Box 13, Gibsons, B.C.  WHITEHALL CONTRACTING  OF B.C. LTD.  Sunshine Coast Division  "Tht One-Stop Wall and Ceiling  Shop"  P. Krepps and H. Hall  R.R.  1, West Sechelt  Tel.  Bus.   885.2724,   Roe.   885-2520,  Vane. 873-1851  DISPOSAL SERVICES  SUNSHINE COAST DISPOSAL  SERVICES LTD.  PORT MELLON to OLE'S COVE  Tel.: 886-2938 or 885-9973  Call us for your disposal needs.  When renovating or spring cleaning  containers available  DIVING  SCUBA WEST  Commercial Salvage - Wet Suits  Clean Air: $1.75 for 72 cu. ft.  R.R. 1, Halfmoon Bay, B.C.  Phone 885-2305  DRIVEWAYS  CEMENT DRIVEWAYS  - Free Estimates  Bank Financing Available  Gibsons Building Supplies  Phone 886-2642  HOTELS  PENDER HARBOUR HOTEL  Madeira Park Phone 883-2377  Conventions, Dinners, Group Meetings  Weddings and Private Parties  ���Full Hotel Facilities��� .  MACHINE SHOPS  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 Hie 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      Ret. 886-9956, 886-9326  SECHELT MACHINE SHOP  (or Standard Motors),'  Machinery & Equipment Repai  u-   First Class Workmanship  Bob Forrester  Phone 885-9464  ELECTRICIANS  BUILDERS  X  .._10UC0NTIlA!CT.IM^lP.O>���l,TP.w^  General Building Contractors  AH Work Guaranteed  1   Phone 005-2622  Boh 73, Sechelt, B.C.  WEKO CONSTRUCTION LTD.  GENERAL CONTRACTOR  Build to suit;  Homes, Commercial Building*./  Vacation Hor. a. AH1 kinds of Concrete Work,  Any kind of Remodelling,  PHONR VIRN, 003.25-3 *r 886-2144  R & S BACKHOE  R,R,  1, Madeira Park, B.C  W. Rousseau - Pfiono 883-2302-  "We aim to please"  "'SHOAUWim^  Septic Tank ������ Ditching  Excavating^ Land Clearlm.  Road Building ��� Gravel ft Fill  806-2830  ���    BLAIR ELECTRICAL  Contracting and Engineering  Residential and' Commercial Wiring,  Free  Estimates  Phone 886-7816  D. W. LAMONT'  Electrical Contractor  R.R.  1, Madeira Park  Phone  883-2749  Pender Harbour  McCANN ELECTRIC  WIRING OF ACL TYPES  Residential - Industrial - Commercial  All work guaranteed - Free estimate*  Jn McCann, Bex 157, Madeira Park  Pbene 803.9913  ._���_________���'v ��� ���   ���']���,���..,..,.������ ..,,.������.���_,���  JIM McKENZIE  ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR  EW.ARIME SERVICES  L. CLAYTON MARINA LTD.  Marine Ways to 42'  Bottom JRepairs  883-2535  Box 7, Garden Bay,- B.C;  PAZCO FIBERGLASSING,  COMPLETE MARINE ��, INDUSTRIAL REPAIRS  ��� Canoes |  ���, Runabouts  ��� Used Boat Sales  FREE ESTIMATES - PH 886-9604 or 886-9111  MOBILE HOME SERVICE.  Sea Coast  MOBILE HOME SERVICE  (dlv,   of   Soa   Coast   Sheet   Metal   Ltd,)  ��  Complete Maintenance  '/,; O     ��  Do-lt-Yourse|f Trailer Skirting    \\\  24-Hr.   ���.'''���     '"' '\'  Pox 920, Sechelt     Soryjco     Tel. 885-2712  Ph. ��85-9970  Residential - Commercial - Industrial  SIM ELECTRIC LTD.  r>��>^.Gov^Ceitified��''llectrlciani^>^^  Phone   Pay   or   Evenings  885-2062  Fua  Use thoso spaces to  reach nearly  12,000 people  ���very week!  RNIE WIDMAN  for all your  iSSO PRODUCTS  ., ,   IMPERIAL, ESSO DEALER  Phone 883-2663  Madeira Park, B.C.  FLOORING - CABINETS  ���iilii �����������bi������ win a ��� ��'i,,mmM,m*mmmHmm<m~mmm>wm*imK***m***��mmm*mmnm~mm*m*mmmmii  Cabinets - Carpots - Llnoloums  HOWE SOUND DISTRIBUTORS LTD,  P.O. Box 694, Gibsons, B.C,  Blair Kennatt, sales manager  Phono 886-2765  HAIRDRESSERS  SECHELT BEAUTY SALON  Dlanno. Allen, Proprietor  Expert  Hair Styling  Cowrie Street Phone  Secholt 885-2818  MOVING  & STORAGE  LEN WRATS TRANSFER  ,   .    Household Moving, Packing, Storage  ,'  Packing Materials for sale  MEMBER OF ALMED VAN LINES  Canada's No, 1 Movers  Ph. 886-2664, R.R. 1  Gibsons  NURSERY  ' *'"'- "m.m^mmmmm^mm,-mmm,^mmmmmmmmm.,m���ma.ii-.1 -i.ii.m ��� ..,i-|a������������������.���������.iw  Mack's Nursery - Roberto Creek  landscaping - Shrubs' * Fruit Tree* - Fertlllxer  Berry Plants - Bedding Plants - Peat Mon   '  ,   Fully Llcented Pesticide Spraying for  Landscaping and Treei  Sun-hino Coatt Hwy. - Ph. 886-2684  OPTOMETRIST         ^,  FRANK  E, DECKER, OPTOMETRIST  Bal Block, Gibsons - Wednesdays  Q86-2248  Sechelt - Mondays - 885-9712  PAINTING  &  DECORATING  ,.,aH uu-��niiiain��inm*iiiiiiiaiiiiiiiiiiiwiiiwnw m-w mmwmi*mmmmm,.mm^*mmmimmmm*^mmm*m��Hmwm'mit,ym**mi>m  CALYIN'S PAINTING 8.  DECORATING  P.O, Box 94, Sechelt, B.C.  SUNSHINE COAST PAINTERS  All type* of Pointing  Private & Commercial    ,  General Delivery  Madeira Park, B.C.  883-2678  PLUMBING  &  HEATING  OIL-FIRED WARM AIR HEATING  OIL FIRED WATER HEATERS  Nothing Down - 10 Years-To Pay  House Plumbing  Roy Blanche - 883-2401  G & E Plumbing & Heating Ltd.  - Plumbing: Repairs and Installations  - Blocked Drains - Hot Water Heating  CERTIFIED PLUMBER - Ed Charleboii  Free Ertimotes 886.7638  .Box 165, Gibsons  SEASIDE PLUMBING LTD.  Gibsons  Plumbing ��� Pipefitting - Steamfitting  ,Hot Water Heating .- Pipe Lagging  FREE ESTIMATES All work" guaranteed  Phone 886-7017  Sea Coast  SHEET METAL LTD.  Heating ��� Ventilation ��� Air Conditioning  Domestic, Commercial and  Industrial  Free Estimates ��� 24 hour service  Box 920, ^ Sechelt Tel, 885-2712  ���fc_t_*KW*,'-_1ar7(a*(-M'J.3* I4 WjiJ-hW _}toW*_l^   - VS"* y tMvj"'1  * $ *i**~lH �� >Uf�� JW*~-H_H��*y< i"  PENINSULA PLUMBING LTD.  Sales and Service ��� 886-9533  Everything for the Do-It-Yoursolfer  Contract & Renovations  ,   FREE ESTIMATES  Len Coatee 886-7685  Ray Coatee 886-9533 er 886-7872  REFRIGERATION  SERVICE  John Harrison  REFRIGERATION  81 APPLIANCE  SERVICE  ���Used appliances for sale���.  Pratt Road, Gibeone  886-9959  RENTALS  A. C. Rentals  Tools and Equipment  30" Diaphragm Pump Now Available  Sunshine Coast Highway and  Francis Peninsula Road  Madeira Park  ROOFING  Phone 883-2585  Why Buy When You Can  RENT IT at  COAST RENTALS  Dornestlc & Industrial Equipment  from Rug Shampooers to Lighting  Plants.  R.R.  1, Davis Bay, 085-2848  CONCRETE FORM RENTALS  FOR ALL TYPES OF BASEMENT-  EASY ERECTION AND STRIPPING  :,4to���*,,,��,,Corripl|ite+,|nitructlons ...Provided .,��,��,.������.,���,���  FISHER FORM RENTALS  885-2612/885-2848/885-2359 oyoo.  "RENT IT AT  SUNSHINE RENTALS LTD/'  North Road, Gibeont  "We Rent or Sell Almost Everything" '  Typewriters - Lighting Plants - Television*  Roto Tillers ,. Cement Mixers - Lawn' Rakos  ,       Mechanic's Tools  PHONE 886-2048 ��� JM HOUR SERVICE  RETAIL STORES  f  CAS HARDWARE  "" -���--'�����r':-Socholt,*",.B.Cr"*"""'" "  APPLIANCES - HARDWARE  ;    HOME FURNISHINGS  Phono 885-9713  USE THIS  BUSINESS DIRECTORY  TO REACH NEARLY  12,000 PEOPLE  THE TIMES, 885-9654  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  AL'S SIGN'TIFIC SIGNS  Show Cards ^.Banners - Truck Lettering  Boats - Plywood Signs - Windows, ,etc.  Mason Road, West Sechelt  Phone 885-2606  wasmBaBKmmBKmswKmamuamsmmmssmmmmmmmm^mHammaan  SURVEYORS       r -   ROBERT W. ALLEN  B.C. LAND SURVEYOR  Sechelt'Lumber Building  Wharf Street, Box 607'  Sechelt,  B.C.  Office  885-2625      Home 885-9581  *> ^^  Roy 8�� Wagenaar  B.C. LAND SURVEYORS  ,  1   Marine Building - Porpoise Bay  P.O. Box 609, Sechelt, B.C.  885-2332 or collect 681-9142  TIRES  COASTAL TIRES  Sunshine Coast Highway  Box 13, Gibsons, 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  LTD. y;.-;.  Heavy Equipment Moving m Loo Towing  ,     L. HIGGS  Phone, 885-9421  TREE TOPPING  PEERLESS TREE SERVICES  ��� ,���,'..   .���,:. Complete Tree, Service',���.        >     ,  ���  Prompt, guaranteed, Insured work  1 ' '���' Prices you can trust  VIEW DEVELOPMENTS LTD.  Clean up your wooded areas. Romovo  lower limbs for view and top toll,  troos   adjacont' to   your   buildings,  Mary Volon 886-9597  T.V. end RADIO ���  J &C ELECTRONICS  PHILCO-FORD SALES 8, SERVICE  ������w'o sorvlco all brands���  / 085-2568  noxt to Coast Cablo Vision  SECHELT  PARKERS HARDWARE LTD.  __,,., 4;      ;,.  _ Sa|es and ^Service/k  Authorised Dealer and ,Repair Depot for  QUASAR (Motorola) fPHILCO  Cowr'e Street, $eche|t -7' Phone 885-2171  SUNSHINE COAST T.V- SALES  /v, & SERVICE LTD.  DMIRAL ��� ELECTROHOME  and ZENITH DEALERS  Gordon Oliver ��� Derk Van rlec*  "IN THE HEART OF DOWTOWN SECHELT"  Box 7??, Sechelt ��� Phone ,885-9816  CLOSED ON MONDAYS / f* .  Topics  AFTER ,dental: surgery, healing usually  ��� takes fclace quickly and without complication, but some degree of distress' may  be anticipated. - Occasionally complications may arise-which may- require _ittv-  ther treatment from your dentist,. according to the Canadian Dental Assn.  Follow these general, rules after any  operation: no rinsing or mouth wash  should be used during the first 12 hours  after an extraction. Don't .touch the  wound with your, fingers or tongue. Eat  soft,1 nutritious' foods such as soft boiled  eggs; chopped meats, custards, milk and  soup. Chew' on'" the others side of your'  mouth. Rest and avoid any excessive  activity. .  . Some pain is normal following dental  surgery, but the degree varies considerably. Ordinarily this pain can be controlled by sedatives prescribed by your  dentist. If the pain persists you shouuld  consult him. ' '  , Swelling may occur as abnormal aftereffect. Much discomfort' and swelling can  be avoided by applying a cold compress  or ice pack to your face over the area  of operation as sppnas possible. Keep the  cold pack,in plaeewfor 20 minutes; then  repeat as necessary.      ' '  -Do, not use dryheat (hot water bottle).  In certain cases|a$��>t moist c'omprfe'ss may  be recommended f by your - dentist. Also  consult him if "swelling or difficulty in  opening your jaws persists mor'e than  two days. ' jf.  Bleeding for a short time is11 also a  part-of normal healing. If bleeding persists it should not be neglected fTry the  following: Avoid rinsing, hot fluids and  foods. Gently wipe out your mouth with  a clean gauze pad, being careful not to  disturb the wound. Place a roll of sterilized gauze or cotton (about the size of  a walnut) over it and close your teeth  tightly enough to, cause steady, gentle  pressure. Maintain this pressure for about  20 minutes. Repeat a few times if necessary. Also, keep,your head elevated even  while sleeping.    ���  If beeling persists, consult your dentist.  WMnmmmm/mtmmmmmirA  Halfmoon Bay Happenings  Page B-8  The. Peninsula Times      , Wednesday, February-13,1974,  11  ���by Mary Tinkley  e  FREE introductory'1 lectures on transcendental meditation (TM) will be held  every Wednesday*,at 8 p.m. at" the'IMS  centre, Gibsons, said Daryl Henn, lecturer. v '  In his explanation of transcendental  meditation, Henn' said: "Until recently,  man's' preparation for activity, in work  or recreation has been in the form of a  good , night's sleep. Unfortunately, with  the sleepless nights, this preparation for  activity has not been sufficient. If "I may  coin a phrase here, mantis experiencing  an ".^wakefulness state" which can last  from the' time he forces his tired body  up in.the morning to some time in the  late afternoon." ,   ' '-   ���      '  Man must get out of a warm, bed and'  stumble' to the bathroom, "with glued  ^eyelids and splash cold water on his  throbbing head. Feeling a little better  but .still stumbling grogily into.the kitchen where his wife sympathetically  knows' he's in no mood for food and has  just finished making a couple of gallons  of coffee to wake him up. After several  cigarettes and many cups of coffee,, it's  time to start the'day.  "Now, you might ask," said Henn,  "where does TM fit into all this?   ,  "During the practice the body experiences a profound state of rest' which  surpasses the effects', of even a good  night's sleep, yet at the same time the  mind remains awake and alert."  Two American scientists, Dr. Herbert  Benson and Dr. Keith Wallace recently  investigated TM's. physiological and  mental effects. ��� i -��� . ��� .'   ,.. -  Studying 36 persons aged 17-41, who  had been-meditating between one month  and nine yaars, they found that their  oxygen consumption fell by some 20 percent, their heart beat, pulse and breathing slowed down* and their blood lactate  level dropped. (Blood lactate increases  with stress and fatigue; a high level  causes great anxiety). ,At the same time,  skin resistance to electric current increased four-fold, a classic symptom of  relaxation.  "So, the most beautiful aspect of TM  is that any man, at will, can perform  such unlikely manoeuvers as lowering  their own blood pressure, reducing their  air intake and altering the characteristic  rhythms of the brain by experiencing this  physiologic  state,"  Henn said.  SOCIAL evening at the Welcome BeacK'; psses at a party in honor of Guy Clear  ' Hall on Saturday at-'7:30 p.m. will .^/who."was cflebrating his'79th birthday,  offer a surprise program. Admission is 50 ,'Mr.-' Clear received, a' number, of nice  cents including refreshments and'every~ /.gifts and there followed games and con-  body is welcome. ��� .-���} i 'tes'.s with many fine prizes. When it came  Last Thursday's film show offered an/ Lto refreshment time,, the birthday, cake  excellent program which gave a compre~'\-was decorated with a 'pioneer tableau,  hensive" look at Japan from its most' - including a covered wagon, Indians and  southerly point in Kyushu to its, northi .ambushes, which was specially appre-  ern island of Hokkaido. One film showed ; dated by Mr. Clear who is an enthusiast  the modern women of Japan, typified on^B.C. history. A warm vote of thanks  by a'school teacher, an -art ��� designer and- ��� was extended to the two hostesses.";-  a flower, arranger. Children's, Songs; 6$ '- '. Two former residents of Halfmoon  Japan, a bright, colorful arid sunny.film^'-Bay'werehi the area last week to attend'  pictured children' singing* in scho6l,' at * trie' special  celebration    of  Elphinstone  a week's vacation with' .brother Cliff  Connor at- Welcome Beach'. Another Welcome Beach visitor is Mrs. W. Grosman  at the home of Mrs.' Alice Burdett.v - ��� v  The Ed Cooks were taken by surprise ^  one Sunday morning when taking a late  and leisurely,breakfast, they received, a  visit from Frances', brother, ��� John Brill  of Vancouver "with his wife Lil and son  Barrie." -  .  > Last week, Channel 6 TV showed girls  in bikinis to illustrate the mild spring  weather. Your correspondent, not1 wishing the Sunshine Coast to be outdone in  this respect, has  been'busily  checking  around for signs of spring. Archie Rutherford said he hadn't seen any girls' in  bikinis but his winter jasmine had been  in bloom for a month and' he didn't think  those bikini-clad damsels- would bloom  long if they .continued sun-bathing^jh  a Victoria February: Other residents ^report crocuses, violets, pansies, primroses,  yellow iris, daffodils, and the Christmas  rose all in bloom..,  wmnmgtmmimimtmmmmt/A  A flirt: ��� a woman who believes that  it's every man for herself. . ���   a.  play, walking home from school 'and  travelling in the trains" through'' Japan's  beauUful( and varied 'scenery. . " y - \r  Journey ("to western Japan took/viewers on a journey across thei_outhern island of Kyushu, pVst.the volcano of Aso-  yama with, its (remarkable crater iver 10  miles in diameter,, by hot springs' to the  Inland Sea, a beauty spot, which is fortunately to be preserved as, a -national  park The scenic -west coast, dotted with  small islands, has a rich and interesting  history. The'Jesuit missionary, /Francisco  Xavier'arrived at Kagoshima in 1549 and  there followed a ��� time of Christian development and then martyrdom of the  Christian priests ad their converts at Nagasaki. Hokkaido, Japan's northern frontier, is a harsh land, which-is being conquered and brought under .the plough by  courage and hard work,' in,'spite of the,  bitter winters and -short summers. Even  in the depths of winter,.- the fishermen.'  continue their work, cutting through'  deep ice to lower their nets into the  icy water. Next film show will be on  Thursday, February 21.    / ���  At a meeting of the executive of the  Welcome Beach Community Association  held last week, officers reported'that all  activities were flourishing. The second  phase of winter shuffleboard was under  way and carpet, bowling was proving  popular, with-an average attendance of  20. The executive heard with interest  that a trophy for carpet bowling had  been donated and it was agreed that the  association would unhesitatingly accept  any challenges which" might be ^forthcoming from' other cairpet bowling groups.  , The secretary reported that three residents, Mrs. .Alice Young, and Mrs. Ed  Cook had' qualified for^fitness' medals,  each having walked 200 miles during a^  period of six consecutive months. > ���'  On Feb. 4, Mrs.' Freda Rho'ades and  Chapter 65, OES to honor, its 25-year  charter members. They were Mrs. Rae  Kolterman of Harrison Hot,Springs who  jyas the first owner of the Halfmoon  Shell coffee shop and Mrs. Mary Pratt"  w���o, with her husband "Ed owned the  Halfmoon store at one time and,sold out  to -Billie and Jim Graves in 1955. Mrs. -  Kolterman, Mrs. Pratt" and Mrs.' Eva  Lyons were among the charter members  honored..  Charlie Coatham and Miss M. Aiken-  head have returned from a 24-day bus  trip, to California and Arizona. They travelled by Eugene to Eureka on the Cali-  fornian coast where they welcomed in  the New Year with a party at their hotel  in which all 45 passengers of the bus  participated. The tour continued to San  Francisco where they crossed the Golden  Gate Bridge and did" some" sightseeing.  Their next overnight stop was Santa  Barbara, where they visited .the mission  and Solvang, a Danish settlement. They  had a two-day stop at, Anaheim which  gave them a good opportunity of visiting  Disneyland, but the rain came down in  torrents, far heavier than anything they  had ever seen on the Sunshine Coast. At  San Diego, their next stop, the weather  was beautiful and they enjoyed seeing  Sea World and the harbor.  '��� Leaving San Diego, their bus turned  eastward across-California and into'Arizona for a pleasant stay at Rock Springs,  north- of Phoenix. From this point they  explored Phoenix, Scottsdale and Mesa  -and had a long visit with Mr,, and'Mrs.  Arthur Sargeant, their neighbors from  Welcome Woods. They also'made, a side  trip to Nogales on the Mexican border.  Travelling north by Oak Creek Canyon, they spent two nights at Las Vegas  and a night at JReno before returning  home by Grant's Pass and Eugene.  Norman Connor, -accompanied- by his  THE LITTLE clear  plastic replacement  inserts for your wallet are now here  as "promised. Three styles to choose from.  Miss Bee's, Sechelt.        > ' ~T%  I  h.  Mrs. Blanche McCrady were" joint- host-" '^daughter Gloria of Burnaby, is spending  OR TOPS IN PI  MOIOSFOttTS  AT  ^J^aii 95a  f  XL-175  XL-70 . . . $589  . $1039        XL-250 .  $1099

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