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 Serving the Sunshine Coast/ (Howe Sound to Jervis Inlet), including Port Mellon, Hopkins Landing, Granthams Landing^Gibsons. Roberts Crteek,  Wilson Creek, Selma Park, Sechelt/ Halfmoon Bay, Secret Cove, Pender Hrb., Madeira Park, Garden Bay, Irvine's Landing, Earl Cove, Egmont  LARGEST CIRCULATION OF ANY PAPER ON THE SOUTHERN SUNSHINE COAST.  vVpl. 11, No,  -   2nd Class Mail  Registration No. 1142  ��� J      c h-_  Union <^gfc��  Label  This Issue 14 Pages -���15c  WEDNESDAY, MARCH 20, 1974  Board presses for action  DEPARTMENT BLAMED  Chairman Agnes Labonte "placed the  tblame for the increased cost firmly with  the department of education.  ,   "They,have had all the necessary in-,  formation.on the project for some time,"  she said.  '  "I ,d<m't think  the delay  is under-7  standable," she added.  Trustees felt that the delay m$y have  been caused by new school financing regulations which are set to go before the  legislature shortly.  , Under the proposed legislation, school  1 -*.!.-  tj  _ ��/  _.       'VVf**'  ���WW *__.      fj_r*   f^l  .v*-*  ��� ��_A   *'*! _.  '   am. ,.,-���%_  'W  'I4 ���  *n  ��  *-1  r  TARGET $10,000 is leason for tiiei-   leached so far on the fund-raising  mometers set up at Trail Bay and   -program to collect $10.0.00 to buy a  Sunnycrest shopping malls. John and  Fay Lewis point to the $1,600 mark  73 days to go . . .  bus to serve the Sunshine Coast.  ~��r.   wi.���.v.!?.^... J.  .''->-*. .11.  THERMOMETERS in shopping malls in  Sechelt and Gibsons have been erected  with $1,600 marked. '  The drive is well under way to raise  $10,000 to buy .the bus which will be  used all over the Coast to take persons to  medical-dental and other  appointments.  Transportation committee chairman  John Lewis said there are 79 days left  to raise the funds. He expects to raise  more-than $100 a day to meet his goal,  Lewis' group is a subcommittee of the  Sunshine Coast Coordinating Committee  on Health and Human Resources (SCCC-  HHR).  The campaign will continue with door-  to-door canvasses, said Lewis .and he  added: "We would like to warn the public  that all our canvassers hwe an identification tag and a stamped receipt book. If  in doubt, send your contribution to the  chairman, John Lewis, c/o St. Mary's  Hospital, Sechelt V0N3AO."  Lewis reminded residents of the benefit dance to be held March 22 at the old  Legion Hall, Sechelt, Admission is $3 per  couple and all profits will go to the  transportation fund.  "We thank all those loyal supporters  who have donated to date. As you aro  so many we regret wo cannot list you  individually," he said.  Organizations that have donated to  date are:  R. H. Doyle Logging Co.; Hospital  Employees Union Local,_180; Pender Harbour Hospital Auxiliary; Campbell's Variety Ltd. i-  To date, 98 per cent of St. Mary's Hospital employees have contributed as have  some extended care  patients.  Lewis told of one particular patient:  "Mr. O is an elderly patient in the  extended care ward of St. Mary's. He's a  quiet man with a gentle kindly face.  He often sits in the dayroom or in, the  hall alone or just observing the activity  around him.  "One day, he wheeled himself to the  nursing desk where there was a Snoopy  display urging support of the transportation committee.  "The wheelchair-bound patient returned to his room, wheeled himself back to  the desk and without uttering a word,,  deposited a $2 bill in the can, and then  wheeled himself back again.  "Mr. O will probably never have any  use for the bus but ho gave to help hla  neighbors. Ho may bo taken out for a  pleasant trip in the bus in tho not too  distant future."  By ALASTAIR ROGERS  -THE  PROVINCIAL    government again.  appears to have postponed coris_dera-<  tion of the local school board request for1'  1 emergency funds to rebuild Elphinstone?  Secondary School. . t-  The request was slated to go before,  the cabinet for approval March 14,- but'  as of The Times' deadline, school board  officials had received no word from Vic-1  toria.  Building  committee chairman,  Peter  Prescesky,   said:   "I  expected them to'  phone us right away' and tell us if* the-  money had been  approved,  but we've',  had no word." -      ~_  Noting that consideration of, the .dis-;  trict's emergency funding   request had*  been postponed before" by the government,'  Prescesky predicted that the matter could  have been deferred again. '      V  School district architect K. Uyeyama,'-  presented working' drawings for the pro-;  posed new school at the board's March 11>  meeting. .;,   J  He explained that the official estimate'  of  construction  cost   was   12 per  centf ,  higher than the original estimate based7  On preliminary drawings. '" ,   (,  The increase was ,/due to delay in  starting construction, with the attendant  increase in construction costs, he said., '   \  Uyeyama warned that'costs could.in-*  crease further if the rebuilding project^  was not started soon. I '  Cost of rebuilding Elphinstone is nowj  estimated at $1,721,000, against,; the'  $1,540,000 figure suggested at the pre-v  nminary planning stage.  Missing Caldwell man  presumed drowned  GEORGE Thomas Read, 38, of Caldwell.,  .Island  lis  missing  and ;_ir<esumed  , drowned in the Agamemnon Channel.      '} ���  He was last seen Feb. 22 and shortly^  afterwards, his boat was found .washed' ,  up on. a beach. RCMP believe Read lellj*.  overboard and drowned.        ' 'i  The' missing man is 6 ft. 7 in. tall and\ __.____, ��� ,_.,.. ,     ,   . _,,  l/w^hs-.ieoabs.^Whe^ last ,seen,'' he vriaS WARREN McKibbin, newly etected pres-  ��� wearing,���^ork1 clothes"tfidr.a red-mak.-^ c^****:?*1?* -Sunahme Coast #e*arded~  Children's Association, tfeels the group  , T.ouid concern itself with retarded pre-  >, -ool children and their parents, even  building, projects .may' not require, referendum approval.  The board agreed to contact Don Lockstead MLA and advise him of the urgency  of gaining cabinet 'approval for the Elphinstone reconstruction scheme.'    -~  x In <other news, a Vancouver ifirm specializing in playing field design and engineering submitted a cost estimate of.  $4,800 for designing' new playing fields  at the Elphinstone site.-   -   ';  Ron Davies said this * figure' would'  cover, -design, supervision and fees, but  not'construction of the fields. He estimated time of construction from one month  to six weeks. <    -  , Trustees suggested that plans for the  new playing fields should incorporate the  proposed Kinsmen swimming, pool, tennis  courts and parking'facilities. >  Davies' submission was referred to the  buildings and grounds committee for further study.   * "  Mrs. Labonte will explain the present  status of the Elphinstone rebuilding project to Gibsons Voters' Association March  21.  The organization, invited a' trustee to  attend its next meeting and outline the  progress of reconstruction plans.  Trustee Celia Fisher, who was attending her first board meeting since her recent election, was appointed chairman  of the education committee.  Supt. Roland Hanna reported that a  > WARREN McKIBBIN  .. .'riaxned president  successful in-service training" day had  been held recently by local teachers.  The session, which investigated means  of identifying'and helping students with  hearing impairments, was conducted by  Dr, Brian Clark. - '  Mrs. Fisher, who also attended the  session,, recommended that the education  conunittee look into the possibility of  setting , up a program , to aid students  with hearing impairments in conjunction  with Dr. Clark.    ' ,  ' The superintendent commended elementary school supervisor George1 Cooper  for his success in organizing the recent  Sunshine Coast Music and Drama Festival.  He recommended that the festival  should be repeated in future years.  Three resignations were accepted with  regret: Shari Fuoco, Gibsons Elementary:  R. B. Borthwick, Elphinstone Secondary  and J. Pope, Gibsons Elementary.  Trustees authorized- payment of their  annual indemnity of $300.  Basement display set  for tugboat painting  GIBSONS���Village council authorized the  Sea Cavalcade committee to hang a  painting of a~ tugboat race in the municipal hall. ���  The* painting was donated to Sea Cavalcade by Capt. and Mrs. Higggs in memory of their son Jeff, who was involved in the organization- of the first  tugboat race.  "The name, of the winners of all races  to date are engraved <on plaques which  SMT Coach Lines Ltd. is going to cancel   .surround the painting,*" said Jo Ann. Rott-  its Redrooffs Road nm effective April - luff, festival co-ordinator. "With the addi-  wearing,  naw jacket.     *        - 'J-  Anyone who may have seen Read  after Feb. 22 is asked to contact the  Sechelt RCMP detachment. '  A search of the Agamemnon Channel  area is being made by the RCMP vessel  Duncan.  THE  TRADITIONAL Easter break has  been dropped from the school calendar  and in its place will be a spring vacation from March 22 to 30 inclusive.  , The department of education brought  in the change province-wide to avoid the  year to year change in th,e date of Easter. This year's school calendar is as  follows:  March 22 to March 30���Schools closed  for spring vacation.  April 1���Schools re-open.  April 12���Good Friday statutory holiday,  April   15���Easter   Monday   (holiday).  May 20���Victoria Day    and Queen's  birthday (statutory holiday),  June   28���Schools   close  for   1973-'74  year.  hough the Sunshine school is filling a  ory vital function.  * "We would like to give these people  a feeling that there is somebody, they  can talk to or contact when problems or.  questions arise. Many parents with re-  tarted pre-schoolers do not know where  to turn or wjhpni to ask for help.  "We're also "investigating to see what  assistance we can offer retarded persons  who are beyond school age," said McKibbin, a Sechelt accountant.  "After they finish school at 18, they  must havo somewhere to turn." He said  that the children may be 18 physically,  they are much younger mentally and  most are not equipped to compete alone  in the world,.  He also said that he would like to  obtain more guest speakers at meetings  of the association to attract more interest  of the outside community.  Other officers .elected were; Vern  Wishlove, principal, Madeira Park Ele-  mentarya vice-president; Doreen Tury-  nek, treasurer and Margaret Ronneberg,'  secretary. Albert Lynn, immediate past  president, held the presidency for the past  five years,  15, according to Dan Hemstreet, president  of SMT (See editorial).  In a release to. The Times, SMT said:  "Effective April 15 SMT Coach" Lines  Ltd. will cease routing all scheduled buses  on the Redrooffs Road.  "This service will be discontinued un- ���  til such- time as the, Redrooffs Road is  brought up to standard." ' ���  Hemstreet..was not -available for com-  ment. * -   .      , *     v   ,  Anyone wishing further information  should contact. SMT Coach Lines. Ltd.,  8665 Barnard St., Vancouver 14 or phone  261-1321.  Gibsons, Indians,  region lo meet  i GIBSONS���Aldermen agreed to arrange  a meeting between themselves, Sechelt  Indian band and the regional board to  discuss the possibility of centralizing bulk  oil storage facilities on the lower coast.  The matter was raised in a letter to  Gibsons council from Indian band representatives, who outlined their progress in  pressing for centralized bulk storage facilities.  "We would welcome the opportunity  to discuss this common concern further  with your village council or representatives,'' said the band spokesman.  Hoehne noted that the regional district  was looking into the possibility of having  the storage tanks relocated.  "This is a good idea and we should  pur.ue it," he said. "We should have a  meeting with the Indian band and the  regional district, We can't do It alone."  tion of each1 year's winners, this painting  will serve as a historic record of the  tugboat races." *     " '  She said the work was painted by marine artist John Horton.  "We would like very much for it to  be enjoyed. We feel this could be accomplished if it were on.display in the  village office." " " ��� '  "  ���,. Mayor, Larry^I^boirte^lsuia^to. hang.  the painting in lus _wemex^* bffioe.  ^������������IIIIIIIBBIBIBIIBIIIIIBIIBIIIBIIIIBBBBBBIBIIIIIIiailBUIIIIIIInir.  I TIDES FOR THE WEEK j  f       March 2(Mi to March 26Hi |  5 ot Point Atkinson _  Not to be used for navigation ���  We.  0400 13.6  So.  0505 13.9  20  1000 8.8  23  1125 6.0  1510 11.7  1735 13.1  2130 5.7  2325 7.0  Th.  0425 13.7  kTt  0525 14.0  21  1030 7.9  24  1155 5.1  1600 12.2  1815 13.5  2210 6.0  Fr.  0445 13.8  _���  0005 7.7  22  1055 7.0  0550 14.0  1645 12.7  1230 4.3  2245 6.4  1905 13.7  ^  Tu.  26  0040, 8.5  0615 13.9  1305 3.6  1955 13.8  JOHNSON OUTPOARDS  SALES & SERVICE  TRAIL BAY  SPORTS UNLIMITED  Sechelt �� 885-2512  r.liilBiiBilMiaiiiBiiaiiiiBiaiaBiaiiBMaiflaaiuiiBiBBBiiiiali|BiiaiBB,C  MaBNaaaaM>aBaBBai<BaBaiaaiBaii|taBiiBaiasBaiaBaiaiaBBaaBaaBiB>B>BBBBiBiaBiaaBillBaBiBBBiaiBiaaiBBBiaaiBBBBBBBaiaBaBflaBBiaaaMB|BBaBiBBalBaaBaaia>BBiBBaaiaBiaBBBBiaBBBBaBaBaaaaaBBlBiatBBaaaBat��a_  O j*!5BSS\ a-   O  iiins  IT WAS a matter of too UUlo, too lftte.  B.C, Tel says it's too late, to interllst,  ita Sunshine Conn* telephone directory  this year, and besides, H feels there isn't  enough interest to warrant It.  In spite of pleadings1 (rom this corner  for Intorllstlngs, Brian Dngloy. a apokes-  woiild lose a lot of revenues.' All things  are possible If thoy are wanted badly  enough, !  Staying with B.C, Tal, Palsy Murphy  of Halfmpon, Bayis not all happy with  the reply from' Graomo Sluari In regards  to hor request for a beep signal to sign!"  ,,,,,mnn,,,for ..district-manaflor-Gwy.. A  said that' only a total of about 17 porsons    talking Jong distance,  and firms, mainly from tho Robortu Crook  area, were concerned enough to seek interlisting, Only about three persons were  opposed to the Interlisting, some flaying  that thoy want to, keep the individuality  of their community, '  In reply to Socholt and District Chanv  bor of Commerce urging for tho Inter-  listing, Baglcy Bald, in part: "It la not  possible to Interllst in the 1074 directory  aa wo do not have mifflelent lead time  to make tho necessary changes In our  automated system. ���  "WO could give further study to Inter*  listing for the 1076, directory later this  year if public reaction warrants;"  I Bpoko'to Brian later nnd ho Bald that  Wo got a bit of a late start. Ho said, how  over, that Pondor Harbour could not bo  included in tho lntor.ln.lng because it la  n toll charge from the rest of the Sun-  shlno Coiut.  I wonder how bl|{ n reply wo could,  fillr up 1 ronvtho Pondotfolks who vroviid  llko toll-free' dialing to tho rest of this  community. I wouldn't bo surprised that  with a Rood deal: tit pressure, B.C. T��l  could change ltn Bland on tho matter,  they claim It's very costly and that thoy  .. W-i��a~��laB]a�� ,nanama iwmmmmm  by DICK  PROCTOR  '   '  '  ' . / ���  eight geese heading north the other day,  . ��      ���      * /  Incidentally, Wca Is still,betting on tho  Buggy Tlw. Too} and ho Is waiting for  someone, to take him up on Iris bottle  of,whisky bet.  ;��� '*       t   .    *  In regard to the latest fad in steak--  "iris,T'Jolui'''Broymlr^lif'Wilflon Greek says  It depends entirely on what they havo  to Inhibit.  ...',,   *      *   ��� * .'   ,  BUI No. 01 declares tho first Monday  In Aupust to bo a holiday an4 It will be  known ��b PritUh Columbia Day, Tho first  Monday  in August! this year fall- on  August 5.1 don't know why wo need a  ���; public holiday In Auguat. Most people  1 two taking It rather cony, anyway, many  are on vacation and the kids are all out  of BChool, Besides, it wlH probably ensure  rain for that day In perpetuity,  ���   *      *      ���  Ddn't forget that there aro no more  Easter holidays from school. It's now  known aa tho spring break and runs from -  March 22-30 Inclusive, Schools will reopen April 1 and then closo again for four  flayi)ffronfA)t>rir 12 (Good Friday) through  April 15 (Easter Monday).  Once again the Sunnhlno Coast ond  Tho Tlmo* aro mentioned In an international, publication, Tho,"HI" W��y Hot.  aW, tho official publication of tlio Good  3am*' Trailer Club commented on the  Bconcry and tlio hospitality of tho Coast.  Tho club, in Ua wrlteup of the Vancouver lalandiSunahlno Coast, tour, commented on Highways Minister Graham  ���mo page A*2  iiaaBiMBtMaiBMa^fBwiMwajwiiMMManMHaaBaBajiiH^BiiBMW^  Says Patsy: ���'During the past six  months I'vo made approximately 10 overseas calls and only bnco did I got, an  operator who said she would oven TRY  to lot mo know whon the three minutes  were up���she camo in on the Una at flvo  minutes which loaves mo to1 believe that  Mr, Stuart has successfully brainwashed  himself into believing in his plpcdrcam  about tho operators, N�� offence to the  operators, I'm sure that thoy have their  hands full as U is, ,..    '  ,  "Tho other Information ho gayo was  old nows. I wondor If ho knows that It  Is possible to phone Canada by direct  dialling from England?  , "Anyway thanks for your efforts and  kcop up the good work,"  If Interlisting  Is  still   wanted,  persona *      *  should Mart ogUotliig lorfiCJri, &fol>cr." *" Did ymfl.^  man who shot his companion by accident  during a hunting trip, Ho wont to tho  hospital �� few days later to see how  his Injured friend wan progressing.  "He'd be Ju��t..flnci," said tho doctor,  "If you hadn't gutted him,"  ��� --'�����-���   ���   ���  C. W. (Don) McKay, former head of  homicide of Vancouver city police,,calls  this our "effluent society."  a) ��� *  Won Lamb of Davis Day saw six to  GET SET���Gol Thepocagpr boys <tf ties; ready. Boya oro ipont from Mil  First Secholt Cub pock aro ready to .Jiirtmy .Janiewick, Timi Peters, Dale  go out on Saturday's hottlo drive. So Kuppa, Brent   McCuolg,   Raymond  houaoholdors are urged to havo foot- Emlary, Peter Austin. Second row;  t   '��� ��� i   ���  Orel? Saunders,,Timmy Slack, Vera  Teller, Tyler Parish, Donald Maedol,  Book; Richard Lcllher and Jim DeHart. ������,.���.  j  > T-  j^f v__-<��V' v W  l^'C^ Halfmoon Bay Happenings  Pfke A-2  The Peninsula Timet      Wednesday, March 20. -1974  LAST Thursday, Welcome Beach carpet  bowlers returned home triumphantly  with the Bushfield Trophy, after defeating the Gibsons OAPO at Gibsons United  Church by three games to one. The beautiful trophy which was donated by Mr.  and Mrs. Joe Bushfield of Gibsons, will  be held by the Welcome Beach Community Association until such time as they  are challenged and defeated by another  Sunshine Coast carpet bowling club. After  . a most enjoyable game, the Gibsons ladies  ' served refreshments.  All Welcome peach bowlers are asked  to note that they are invited to a friendly  game with the Sechelt Senior Citizens'  Assoication on Monday, March .25 "at 2  p.m. at the old Legion Hall, Sechelt.  Thursday's film show at the Welcome  .Beach Hall at 7:30 p.m. will give a  chance to winter,stay-at-homes to enjoy  three delightful cruises courtesy of P.  & O. Lines. The program will include  Date Line Alaska, Gangway to Paradise  and City Gone to Sea.  There were great shenanigans at the  Welcome Beach Hall last Saturday in  honor of the patron saint of old Ireland.  The hall had been delightfully decorated  with shamrocks and shiljalahs, the work  of Janet Allen and Blanche McCrady. The  life of the party was that long-legged,  lightfooted leprechaun, Mauri-ce Hemstreet, accompanied by a square of the  Country Stars who gave demonstrations  of square and round dances.  "Strip the Willow" which in spite of  rumors to the contrary has no connection  with streaking proved a popular dance.  Bert James led the men in the singing  of My Wild Irish Rose accompanied by  Thea Leuchte and Mrs. McCrady entertained with two guitar solos, Royal Hawaiian March and Lolita Waltz.  President Alex Ellis extended thanks to  Maurice and his group for coming so1 far  to give members such an enjoyable evening. With that time of year coming up,  ROBERTS CREEK firemen and Ken   burned through section of stairway.  Pawliuk, top of stairs,on right, exa- ^ The blaze, which was discovered at  mine damage to'^main staircase in    around 2 a.m. is blamed on faulty  Peninsula Hotel" after fire broke out    wiring,  in liquor storage room March 16 and  i_*  '.fflfi**  .* ^ ���*.*  �� *   *   I **  ___    .J ��*������'* 4 - ��,.  �� -  it  ,v*  *_-*f,,A--i  - _���*��.-���   -^~--~        _ , �����       . '  ���   ���_��._*'/ *J_"\ *       �� L ��*        *   '     .1 *  TT��� WT--1  FAULTY WlRING is believed to have Pawliuk examines charred light  been cause ojf March 16 fire at Penln- 1 socket in liquor storage room, whoro  stila Hotel. Hero,   co-owner   Peter   tho flro started,  . J,      **, f. -Jj  &M"i_>��i>\/**y"^. ���__ ���graty^��>��____i_!_s_>y "y   .___ _ i^V'tfSS  d1  ' *~- *sr-- --?~a______.  NEW BOOKSj  - I Heard tho Owl Call My Name, by  Margaret Craven \  - The World of Charles Dickens  - Selling What You Make  - Jaurney to Ixtlan, by Carlos Castonada  - The Spanish Civil War  - Tha Dead Sea Scrolls, by John Allegro  - Nineteen Elghty-Foqr, by George Or-  wall 1 ���  - Under the Volcano, byJLowy  - A Meeting By the River, by Isherwood  WE'VE JUST        ���  RECEIVED A SHIPMENT  OF OYER 500 PENGUIN.  PELICAN ANO PUFFIN  PAPER, BACKS . . ,  THIS SERIES INCLUDES  AN EXCELLENT  SELECTION OF MODERN  FICTIONrCLASSICS;  philosophy,  psychology; history  and children's  BOOKS.  COME IN AND DROWSE  GIBSONS���   The   Peninsula   Hotel   was  evacuated in the early hours of Saturday morning after fire broke out in a  liquor storage room.  Dense smoke filled the second-floor  hallway, but the blaze, itself was confined to a storage room under the main  staircase.  After sounding the alarm, staffer Reg  Pawliuk doused the blaze with a fire  extinguisher.  Roberts Creek Pire Dep'artment arrived on the scene within 10 minutes of  being called and insured that the fire  was out.  Pawliuk and several other hotel employees were cleaning up in - the lounge  when they noticed smoke creeping into  the bar at ceiling level.  They awoke maintenance' man Doug  Denniston, who ran through the corridors  rousing sleeping guests.  The fire which was discovered at 2  a.m. is believed to have been caused by  faulty wiring in the liquor storage room.  Damage was slight, although flames  burned through to the main stairway,  destroying a section of carpeting. There  was also some smoke damage in the  lounge and first-floor corridor,  Co-owner of the hotel, Ken Pawliuk,  had high praise for the Roberts Creek  firemen.  "We were really pleased with them,"  he told The Times, "They were right there  within ten minutes of our call."  During the incident, Gibsons Fire Department was held on standby in case  the blaze spread,  There were no injuries.  MOHE ABOUT . . .  ? Sunshine Coastings  >���txonf, pa<|9 A-l  Lea's comments about banning tourists  and carnvaners from B,C,  "But soon the adventures of touring  members of the Good Sam Club were  In the news, too, An editorial describing  the 30-day club tour arranged by B.C.'s  former provincial director Jack Oldcr-  shaw In The Peninsula Times read: 'A  friendlier group of people is hard to find  ,.. They want to see new places and they  enjoy tho companionship of others while  thoy are doing so. Thoy also llko to meet  now friends'."  Thanks to Dick Doxby of Glbsona who  brought the item In. Tlio' Good SanYon  were high in their praise of the Sea  Cavalcndo and the beauty spots on tho  Sunshine Coast,  ��� *       *  WHY  DON'T THEY?  Why don't thoy bulk! n drop-in ccntro  ior teenagers in Secholt? asks Diana  EborJo. That's a good . Idea, Maybe tho  new lco arena will help.  Why don't thoy put a light at tho  corner of Norwcst Bay Road and High,  way 101? That's from Kollh Sundqulet  of Socholt.  ��� ���       ���  I wonder how n cartoonist could  handle tho Andwaon-Barrou chicken and  egg war. I eo_. Jlist nco.Dnyo ,BnrroU in  hla toga w ttocraton accusing tho Sophists  (Andorton) of "making tho woreo appear  lho better en uso," Sophists have been  described as "those skilled in persuasion  by unsound though plausible arguments"  ���by Mary Tinkley  he also reminded gardeners not to throw  away plants as they take up plants for  dividing, but to heel them in some unused part of the garden for the plant sale  which will be coming up at the hall on  May 4.  ,/ At long last, after repeated agitation  by residentssand Area B Ratepayers' Association, the highways department has  started, work on Prances Avenue. The road  is to be widened to its full 66 foot allowance and ditched and gravelled. The, work  scheduled includes the removal of the big  stumps at the junction of Frances Avenue  and Redrooffs Road which have been a  hazard by restricting visibility. In carrying out this part of the work, a big  bulldozer has gone so depply into the ditch  that at the time of going to press the  highways department is still facing the  problem of how to get it out and on  the road  again.  Redrooffs ' Road, whose permanent  residents at one time comprised almost  entirely retired citizens, has gradually  taken on a younger look with more and.  more young families moving in. A new  family renting the Jack Leyland house  ere Pat and Carol Kern with children  Robbie, Todd and Cara-Jane. Pat Kern  works for his father in his gravel and  cement business at Pender Harbour. Halfmoon Bay is welcoming a new family  just arrived from Somerset, England.  Ian and Cathy Jenkins, with thejr two  tiny-tot daughters, Carrie and Lisa, are  renting the McFadden house.  Charlie Coatham, while working at  his-home on Frances Avenue last week,  cut his hand with his tablesaw. He was  rushed to hospital by his good neighbor,  Frank Boyd. Mr. Coatham cannot speak  too highly of the emergency service at  St. Mary's Hospital where he received  prompt and efficient care which included  17 stitches.  Mr. and Mrs. Art Kerr spent a few  days visiting Mr. and Mrs. Alex Ellis  before returning home to White Rock.  Mr. Kerr has been relieving at Merry  Island lighthouse while the lightkeepers  enjoyed a vacation.  Mr. and Mrs. Bert James are at their  cottage at Welcome Beach after attending the wedding of their eldest granddaughter, Shelagh. Monks at Canadian  Memorial Church in Vancouver on March  2. The reception, held on board HMCS  Discovery, was attended by 125 wedding  guests which included four of the bride's  grandparents and one-great-grandparent.  Mrs. Bob Forrester is concerned at the  loss of a white cat which she was taking  care of for her brother. If anybody knows  of its whereabouts she would appreciate  a call at 885-2418.  DUNG ROBERTS, 1653 MARINE DRIVE  PO. Box 747, Gibsons, B.C.  ofaiUndi "     PLne 886r2862  iu*umiuMnumtnnMami*uKnmm*mauu*n��*nMamHammnM*aummuMmn*amaunmmnnmnm*ma*��uummnammmuumn*aMrd  9��  I  v   1 *'.��� .,  ���"���* ��� ^''<9>' y\~  - v y_ *> -     J  9:30 p.m. to 1:30 a.m.  SATURDAY.  MARCH 23rd  ��*A#V��AfWW\fl_VWWin_'��l%ll_*_PI|W_IW^ j  I 1    ��� !  Best in Live Entertainment  My  C  it  I*  t  '���fit-h-d: I  L  _3!_-__A AVAILABLE  * i  ��� 1  -I  i  "JOIN THE FUN"  Mi^SUE-A  B-lOTlg.  Highway 101 ��� Cover Charge ��� 886-2472  '"~-|-'-----------~-"'��--~--���-----~''--~~~----  ��-------������"��--"--.����"��-- -<--��--l.---������r������-.  a  HHPWL���MIBJ ���������*. ���* -M_n-npwn-  ~      t  >jfa^<lhllHl|l^l Wi  mVlBt-Wwifi* aJWrfmafca  mMUaOtrfm ..-_�����* niftH��w  CAR TOWN  885-2205  MITES 886-2084  mnmm **mnmmH**m*i"mm. m'm^uam'nMm^m^mmmWBjmwmMamammm  <M��>nH_>��iia>aa-l--l .atW iami__|,a__ii,ayi M��ft__��iM-li__*����M^Jl H-P ���Wi'U'J-ai  \ V  --���:?r  [rfc_.j_.ra--  The Peninsula Times   ,        Page A*3  Wednesday, March 20, 1974  s-ktL  ��\J- '___���'?'��'  ' ��������� V     /..'. ^IT^rTTjJr %**_    �����-�� i"^' .���- ��  <v 'i-v    /  ^��^_Mk_M.i3��r'_r  *"*  . .���..��   , '���%��..��� -   ���_..-i^i *>-u-^v?**_*. /       .-?-. ^ r-^ ��� - ii_~___________/i !__f__5      __*_________��   "1  Sechelt lanes  JUNIOR bowlers: Lisa English, 136; Sandy Jorgensen, 164, 218; Julie Sheridan,  129; Brian Flay, 133, 140; Barb Gibsons,  130; Mylne Jager, 147j Sharon Hall, 145;  Patty Hall, 133; Natan Gibbons.  - Tuesday ladies league: high single,  Fern Nelson, 229; Vera Adams, 227; Fern  Nelson, 225; Gayle Ono, 225; high three:  Fern Nelson, 617; Rita Ono, 602; Shirley  Innis,  571. '' '  Commercial: high single, C. Humm,  283; A. Thompson, 304; high three, C.  Humm, 654; Andy Leslie, 671; A. Thompson, 661. - -  Monday mixed 10 pins: Diana Young,  high single, 195; 311, for two games.  , Ladies Wednesday League: Lynn Pike,  675 (280); Lil McCourt, 644.  i Friday Ball and Chain: Peter Wray,  678; Terry Kwasney, 345, 705; Pete.So-  pow, 650; John Kelly, 287, 647; Kathy  Hall, 256, 682.  Saturday Super Stars (12 to 16): Mike  English, 618���276���184; Sam Casey, 241;  Brian Phillips, 223; Kevin.Casey, 221;  Bob Dixon, 215; Gary Benner, 210; Elaine  Mactavish, 178; Carla Paetkau, 176; Colleen Casey, 172.  GIBSONS Rugby Club has now added the  ' - Vancouver Rowing Club to its string  of victories-after knocking over "the city  team  on .the'weekend.  " At the weekend, the Rowing Club was  the only team the Gibsons crew had not  defeated.   , ��� '    * ,.     '  .In the first .half _ft was a very close  match with both ��� teams playing good  defensive rugby. .Gibsons took the lead  when'it was awarded a penalty 25 yards '  from the Uprights which John Crosby converted-.for three points. Gibsons led at  the half, 3-0.      > '    .       '  -  In the second half, Gibsons, started' to  press and were 15-'yards out when the  scrum got, control" and put it out to Ken  Johnson who" beat two tacklers and went  in for the'try.,   '.. ."���    '.\ .  The conversion, attempt' was unsuccessful. Ten minutes later, Bob'-Johnson took  the ball-at-his 40 yard'line and made a  good run drawing the tacklers and then  put out- a good pass to Bongo who took  it in the, end- zone where Robert Baba  touched it down. ,  John Crosby converted it to make the  final score 13-0.  This is �� $4.00 Si?Qfg���  Your advertising in' this -space will reach  more than 2,500 homes, (9,000 people!)  each week: It's the most economical way to  reach more Sunshine Coast people because  Tirnes ads go into 65% more homes than  any other newspaper produced in this area.  885-9654 or 885-2635 (Sechelt)  j 886-2121 (Gibson.)  ^  I  ii  !  i  I  NOW also CARS  Daily, Weekly or Monthly  Rates  SUNSHINE RENTALS  886-2848 ��� 885-2528  885-2151 evenings  GIBSONS ELEMENTARY School  girls' volleyball team came out tops  at an interschool tournament played  in their home gym March 16. Team  members are, back row, from left,  Donna MacLean, Wendy Smith, Judy  White,   Maureen   Forsyth,    Peggy  Swansoh, Lena Jonas. Front row,  frorrUeft, Norine Fraser, Laurie Hill,  vice-captain, Bonnie McHeffey, captain, Mary Kay Gant. Schools  throughout -he coast took part along  with Vancouver area teams.  146 heads turned in  SALMON research in Georgia Strait continues in 1974 with an evaluation of  the contribution of hatcheries to fisheries.  A total of 146 salmon heads were  turned in to Fisheries Service "head depots" during the December-January period (111 chinook and 35 coho). Of these,  123 were found to contain coded wire tags  (94 chinook and 29 coho). Each nose-  tagged fish was originally identified by  the absence of the small fleshy fin on  ���the back just in front of the tail fin���  the adipose fin. Each tagged, head turned  in paid a reward of $3, said federal fisheries officers.  P. Nassichuk of-Powell River ^and N.  Nishio of Nanaimo were the two lucky  $100 bonus draw winners for this period.  Nassichuk's fish, a two-year old chinook  released-from the Capilano hatchery, was  caught at Powell River and Nishio's fish,  a 2-year old chinook released from the  Nooksack hatchery was caught at Har-  mac.  The distribution pattern has  hardly  changed since the last collection' period  (October-November). Canadian hatchery  chinook, found throughout the strait, primarily occupy the northern portions of  .the strait while American hatchery chinook still occupy the southern portions.  The most noteworthy phenomenon of the  December-January ��� results was the enormous numbers of chinook salmon caught  off Powell River���the majority of marked  chinook from 'both Qualicum and Capilano hatcheries came from this area.  Most of the coho salmon were caught  in and "around Saanich Inlet, a known  winter rearing area. Qualicum hatchery  coho "are found to occupy the western  side of. the strait, while Capilano hatchery coho move south and west and are  caught in good numbers in Saanish Inlet.  American coho show in very small numbers (four fish) and, were only caught  in Saanich Inlet.  Turn in heads at the following depots:  Gibsons Esso Marine; Trail Bay Sports  Unlimited (Sechelt); Tillicum Bay Marina  (Porpoise Bay); Buccaneer Marina (Secret  Cove); Cedar Grove Marina- (Bargain,  Bay); Pender Harbour Resort (Madeira  Park); Garden Bay Shell (Harbour. Marina); Irvine's Landing Marina and Cafe;  Egmont Marina and Resort.  SECHELT���Sechelt Chiefs met the Westminster Blues, top team of the first  division in the  B.C.  Soccer League,  and fell to them 6-1 on Saturday.  But the Chiefs held their own up to  the half when the score was 1-1. The  Blues only got a-score in the first half  because a Chief accidently knocked the  ball into his own goal.  After the half, however, the Blues  took control' of the ball and with the  help of a brisk wind, which was not so  evident in the first half when it could  have aided the Chiefs, and they pumped  five unanswered goals into the net.  Goalie-coach Jim Gray pulled himself  out of the net after the Blues put fthree  balls past him.  Gray said thaVthe Chiefs did not expect to beat the Blues with three members of Canada's national team, but they  only hoped to contain them.  "I don't think we did so badly considering the caliber of team we were, up  against," Gray told The Times.  WI��.G COMMIT  Your  Investment  in .  Standard Steel  Building  Individualist: a person who dares to  be different. Oddball: when he's different from us.  LIKE A STEEL VAULT-Stondord  Steel buildings ore designed to  provide you with the dur&ble protection your investment in  livestock, grains or equipment requires. Built or rugged 22  guoge steel, these maintenance-free all' steel buildings will  give you a lifetime, of dependable service. Act now ���to secure,  your investment. ��=>  For FREE - Brochure and Details Mail Coupon Todoy  Name _  Address  Phone.  Date Planning To Build  Size of Building-Width _  Length   (SPT 3/21/74)  ���^apfst^aa-mijigijgt__s_p_^,��w-b__wm^sjj^ gmuBtvifm-g^wgpgfM_!JiP';uia_Bw *T^S^^SSSZ9*^^"''illgliS-l^SSgij^  BOB CUNNINGHAM, Memorial Aw- trophy to Joan Cunningham and it art. left, and Etta Meketich, second  ard is open to all hunters who,have will be awarded annually <&t Sechelt right, who work for Lynn and Naomi,  their game dressed at Lynn's Custom Rod and Gun Club's annual franquet, Cousins of Sechelt   Jewellers   who  Cutting, Albert, Lynn presents the Looking on are from left, Kathy Stew- engrave the trophy.  mm  m/t/^m^mWLMmW^m  UBS  _f_r_r_fr/y/~_f///K  '��//&��M  ��r m ilS n'" "J?' rr~��� JL... .i.  $$TihMi'it'-#.}  V  I   ' (L3.,.> . i '..tffATiV      ��� It, , r*~ar  Factory Trained Mechanics  Psi��WflaalttWPW'i'��iJa..B'aUi  Come In end talk to us  about RE~POWeWnG your post  before the season starts  ���'<;   (&       <������   *,���  mi r 11 mnnlii b wiir^w Hi ��� - -   - ��� ��� t --|- -  MEW AND RE-COMDITIOWEP MERCRUISERS AND 0UTB0ARD5  ������    ��� <m^mt   ��� ~ ~     WPt    "l !**��*' Pa| wtaP*^        ^BP"  ^a_P*^  fat    WM\ paHPF   ^    '    M  ^HBr   W    wa] PaW( ^aaa- ^ 1  l| ������Wl W ^  ^���a�� a. -a^ ���amaar   a�� ^aaw F"l W a^-taaaw pa)     Mn    ~* ^aam- "Vi    ^aaw     ami    a^mmr    ���'atam-   am)     am,a^mmt maaar  aamar  Madoira Park  Phono 883-2248  The First Canadian Bank  yy Bank of Montreal  Sunshine Coast Branches  i  March 20th, 1974  TO ALL BANK OF MONTREAL CUSTOMERS:  1   4 i  We are preparing for the use of our ��on-line�� computer system'  which will1 do all the posting now done in the branch. The system'  is able to "read" your cheque from the black numbers appearing at  the bottom of your personalized cheques. These numbers are printed  in magnetic 3,nk and can be scanned by the computer^, to provide for  posting to eaoh account. \. - ���'  If your present ^cheques, do, not have the two <aets of numbers as  shown in the sample below, please,call and, we will order new  cheques, for you free of charge, Your assistance in this matter is  very muoh,appreciated.  The First Canadian Bank  BaoK.Qf Montreal  ',Socholt, B,C,  Chequable Savings Account  10 No,  Pny lo lliti  ofdoi ot  /lOODollBtB  :o7i.ab'"bot��s    I voaooaaii' I  ���mammammmm\aaii����. m^mmmmmmSmmmmmmmmmammammmaamaaammamiam^  Ta?ttfts_ji^tJMBigRs"nT3P"Hi3mnNa?'s       " ���~* ';  -)07^1    ' Socholt Branch '  E) Vftncouvor Clearing Contro  iQQll Bank of. Montreal  |7000'-Q36'] Your personal Number  IliM i all r-*- -TTII"-"  u4_fe_* Page A-4  MEMBERS OF 1st Gibsons Cub stable Rick Rautio. Visit to the police  pack learn the intricacies of finger- station March 12 was arranged by  printing from Gibsons .ROMP con-   cubmaster Maxwell Hammersmyth.  Happenings^ around the Harbour  ��� ~m ~     '.'. <?.���'* ..v - .   �����.:. _*-____.!_._._. v..ii oo��_OA<(n  O  by Kathleen Yull 883-9068  WHILE most of us are looking no furrier inclement weather ' to come out. Pat  ahead than to the unequivocal arrival . Kelly's tiny tots group is meeting every  of spring, or perhaps the blessings of high Friday morning at 10 a.m., a great op-  summer, some of the members' of our portunity for the very young to learn to  community are already thinking of the interact socially. And Ethyl Edwards'  commencement of the autumn season! *J. painting class is in full swing. Member-  ^They're thinking, in fact, of Hallowe'en' ^P ��� this class is at capacity right nov��  ���in March! '      > hat* second S">\xp may be started later  But of course  there's ' a reason.  If    on-  there's to be a fireworks disolay to mark*- * - A .lapidary club, gardening group,  order the materials in Jimei and, before 'other activities are m the planning, and a  J  you  can  commit  yourself  to" a "costly . -tenuis facility is being organized. Those  order in June (and they are costly!),'you, "interested  in  gardening vshould  contact  must be sure you are going to have-the'    Vera Bell at 883-2681.  money to pay for what you order. ;'      Nice Sto think of this formerly derelict  That's why, at its last meeting,-, the ( building being put to such worthwhile  Pender Harbour Community' Club; set' - * use' in the community. '  aside the April 18 bingo as a special one, rAn(i there's another very active com,-"  with the proceeds all going to our volun- munity group, up in Egmont. They' are  teer firemen to underwrite the purchase planning a general meeting for tomorrow,  of fireworks, So if |Vou don't win the Thursday March 21 at 7 plm. in the Com-  jackpot on that Thursday evening, you'"' "mun_ty Hall, to discuss a variety of topics,  will at least be Winning ,a katherine a^j the jadies oi the club are planning'  Wheel or a burning schoolhouse for the something new for next week. On Wed  community's youngsters. " 'nesdaV. March 27. thev will hold a smor-  Another pleasant piece of business was  conducted at the "Community Club meeting, Robbi Peters reports, Archie and  Ruth Walker, who have long been res.  Snappy and lively ore these short sleeve SWEATERS, print-button front. Sires  small, medium and large  ! -~ $7.99  LADIES' SHORT SLEEVE CARDIGANS with button front. Blue, white, tan. $7.99  SWING IN STYLE from our swinging assortment of shrinks, bright spring time  colors, ond round necks, rib-knit. Be in style even at these low Sredman prices.  Sizes small, medium and large. Only $4.99  LADIES' LACY SHORT-SLEEVE' BLOUSES, button front, asst. colors. Only $3.99  r-u--����-_u--��-ia��u-BB-U-uuu-H��-��ai-_---ii-i��ai������M--��ii--M--��-i��ii-M--��--ii��-u-��-af-  TERRI, ready to STREAK through town on  her Honda XL 70 from TraH Bay Sports Unlimited is DRESSED in some of our co-ordinated  Separates; they go beautifully together. Knit  Skirts, Cardigans and Pullovers, in a variety  of snappy $^99      $A99,  colors __. w     to    W  CHILDREN'S WEAR  '"', Now that looks nice is, just what  -- Marilyn1 is saying ana, guess what,  she bought- It; but more in stock in.  assorted colors made of 65% cotton  and 35% nylon, fully lined, double  breasted, wide belt, and with parch  pockets. Realty comfortable ft dressy  for our spring season. $��H A 95  Only   dents of the area and faithful supporters  of the club, have recently retired to  Sechelt, The membership made them a  gift for their new home in token of the  warm wishes and sincere gratitude it  ��� feels towards the Walkers:  nesdatf, March 27, they will hold a smorgasbord luncheon.  This sounds like a great idea. A  chance to enjoy a noontime meal you have  not had to prepare. And since it takes  place during the school break, you can  bring the .children along too. You'll pay  $2; but children under 6 will be served  free,'of charge, and those from 6 to 12  ; will pay half price, Sounds great. And1  ;' fl tjyf. jlfyiili, !KVS *.1. -iM'M 1��V&'���'#->*��� 11 r  Pcirked cars  aa^^^SSS^!!^^' mak^ one's mouth water!  attended, and will bo continued. ] Of course the lad es are looking for-  And the Lions Club reminds you, that ward to showing off the new look of their  there are children who can't take part hal1 on ihUi oocaston'  in activities like this. The Lions are con- - > Perhaps you've visited Egmont re-  ducting the local Easter Seal appeal, de-' cently, and if so you've probably won-  slgned to help crippled children. This' dercd about the two enormous mobile  year the appeal asks you to Back a Figh- home sections sitting in front of the post  ter, i . office- there. These are the components  You'll soon bo receiving mall from of a new summer home being erected  thom containing seals you're asked to between Brian Jeffries and Stan Jerema's  buy and uso, nnd outlining tho .uses to Places on the waterfront across from the  which money collected in this campaign government dock,, by Mr. and Mrs, Phll-  Is put: building facilities, buying equip- Hp-, a young couple from California who  ment, paying for transportation and, spec- plan to vacation In Egmont,  ial, care programs to assist these children . * '���, Delivery of the sections of their new  to mako It on their own. Hope you'll all homo was,made rather prematurely, and  respond generously to this appeal, Tho the Phillips' aro presently rushing <to prc-  seob aro colorful and will add a cheerful pare tho flito so they can got. it erected,  note to your correspondence if you make nnd off the post offlco property, Their  use of them, so you'lji benefit; directly; . present, base Is Egmont Marina,  ,...Jopj b\it :ot^  ,  bo the knowledge that you hayo backed  ono of thcao young fighters'.,"..;    ';;'".'  RAFFLE  And reverting to tho ioplc���tho',un- .��>-_,--,>3_��_ 1 ���!__-_��__J_  seasonaltoplc-ot fireworks, the Pender; VCHlClallaZeCl       v  Harbour Volunteor Firemen report they'll  need to uso other mothods to augment the QIBSONS���While  Qlbsoris and Kopcrtsi  funds thoy hope to realize from the bingo Crook .'.volunteer firemen yvcro enjoy-  In  April,  If they're  to hnvo  a worth- ing a social evening, March 0, vandals  while display, They nro presently raffling struck at tholr enra parked outoidq 1foo  n handsome velvet painting, but they'd be flro hail, tearing off radio nntennns nnd  glad to hear of othar ways for raking twisting  windshield   Wlpora  from  their  ��� tho necessary num. So put on your think- mountings.  ensure that this years display equals Inst of ft nonr-new Dntmm.  Seasons como nnd go, but request* for ?^tnLS2In,,,w ,fl est,matec* nt ��Pl>roxl-  donhtlona  know  no  season it scorns-- mftt0jv f*'00'                    ������  they're with us throughout the year. Ah Gibsons flromon staged, tho poclal In'  ---*weJK'nlceihnt~wo~nro,ti��luont"��nou_fli'to^-nPPpootaUon'':llop tho-Hobopia-Crook-do-..  respond to nt lonst some of them, and of pnrtmont's ��.ld in combatting tho recent  course we do all reap tho benefits that J" Hnrvey Department Store fire,  ncruo to our community.) Said n Gibsons VFD spokesman: "Fire  Ovcr In Irvine's Landing, tho newly men put In a hell of n lot ot work looking  formed Community Club (In tho old Ir- nftor equipment nnd fighting fires, Then,  vino's Lnnd School, renovated":''w1tU'"th'o"^wKen'''wo'"T)nv�� n*"fidclni;'"ottif''"ear8'wftr��"  help of n New Horizons grant) Is becom-"������" rJnnwgcd on'the ftidcWftlk. It's protty Ivard  '    lug a vital pnrt of the life of that area, to take."  Their Boclnl evening on Mnrch 0 was He described tho vnndnla' ncttons ns  "  great  success,  In  spite of  the  snow, "pretty disheartening.  I'd  llko to catch ,  There ;wns shufflolward,. carpet bowling, tho culprit with a hose,"  table tennis, n freo blngo.nnd dolightfvti A total of 10 earn wore damaged, RC-  , i nfrohments for ajf^thoat! who braved tho MP a^o invcaUgntlng,  BOYS G.W.G. WEEGEE school and play pants. Asst. colors. Sizes 2-6x. Only $2.99  GIRLS PLAID PANTS, asst. colors, high waisted. Just enough, flare. 8-14. $6.99  BOYS' SWEAT SHIRTS, sizes 8 to 1 A, in zip front with draw string hood, cotton  polyester; Only : . , . '. $4.49  GIRLS' PYJAMAS by Sheldon Junior. 100% wash and wear cotton. 2-6x_ $2.79  BOYS' KNIT T-SHIRT, SMART STYLED PULLOVER, polyester and  linen, tan  color only. In .sizes 8 to 14 $4.99  MISSES' SWEATERS, striped body and trim, solid cap- sleeves, round neck line,  colors yellow and pink. 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Rod Strap Pants, They wear longer becauso they're  made stronger, A good selection $��g| ��^98  of sixes '���.���...���,  <a  i aa �������� a^ aa aa frta ��� ������.  ^f *�����* at* lain m  MEN'S G.W.G, DRESS CASUALS  Check our Selection for Spring. ,  FRIDAY NIT�� SHOPPER STOPPERS  QUEEN-SIZE PANTYHOSE  T   ... . \  DISH CLOTHS, 9 In a package, 100% cotton.  Regular $1.19 pkg. .......���...���  SPECIAL, Packafto  4-ply EMPASSY YARN. 2-os, ball, 100% Acrylic, machine  wash & ��>ry. Whltff, pink, rose, yellow, mauro, bluo X^fc  *���*���).��a.*��*_.a.*_��*����    M| <ff   ���  Doing some Sewing for Spring?  We have both Simplicity ond Dutterlck Patterns to  ' , ,i chooie from,  & Toddlers'  LADYBIRD LINEN-LOOK PANTS with strops. Red, white  and blue  ,  $5,99  PANTS by  Fino Togs, adjustable straps^, assorted color  bubble print, 100% easy-care nylon, Only  $3.99  LADYBIRD FASHIONS Girls' Spring Dresses, smock typo,  print yoke trim on white, snap front, matching print panties,  $��.?"*  LADYBIRD FARM PRINT T-SHIRTS, short sleeves with red  trim. Only , ,���. $2,79,  Play-Off Hockey Specials:  QUADRI-MATIC 20" COLOR T.Y. by $.  Sanyo. Regular $S49.93. SPECIAL    *  SOLID STATE COLOR T.V. by Sanyo. Auto.   $1  Bright, Auto. Color, 91C57SUC. Reg. $629     .  SWIVEL ROCKER CHAIRS. Black, Green  . and Brown ...���.���.���.......���������..������~���..������....  GARDEN SUPPLIES  ASSORTEP SHRUBSAND BUSHESrCoralborry; Jdponltar  Pink Splrea, Yollpwtwig Dogwood, etc, 2 year flold grown.  ''   CUV"!      ������ta*��W����lt��*����aa-aiaali��-��a��a��1Ba_ ,*i^._��a��^^ *f  I  �����* JF  ROSES, quality grade Windmill Brand. Alamo, Soeur, Tro  plcana, Theroso, vyiilto Knight, Gold Glow etc, Each $1 "  DAHLIAS, assorted colors, two por box.. ._........,'���. $1.09  DOUBLE BEGONIAS, mixed, 2 por box. Only ......... $1.09  ASSORTED FLOWERS - LlatrU, Astlllo,  Phlox,  Day Lily,  Salgnont, .Peony etc. Assorted colors i ...1, _...  $1.09  ECONOMY PACKAGE OF 30"MIXJ& GLADIOLUS- $1  Wff  WtAffitTO^fc'Ui.JJfflW'  __________________j__i_________;^____^  mmm.'"  mttmm��mmmmmmammMmi  Jmmf   Jmummf/-���ffL  mfirmamlmamW    ,*���*�����������     "*     Jaamaat ,' >.   SERB   ''W ; s ' A. l x  ���,    i '   '  - i.  i \   <���'. V ^     . -V"'' i  ______!  i_S_  q��������4  ST-DftlANS (Dealer)   CampLelt IJariety JlU.  '*:''^&'''^'&fy;'''''  m  ^dil0au SPORTS1 ��� UNUUiMTOJ. 'a\  " >"   >,'    l  SHOP EASY rant  ten  i  ��� ii  rrHnJe^ic^ Shoes and M  .> J   > :'V.'    Valuable :C&tjpdti>r;  ,"    m; , -  -'���',   Clip this coupon and SAVE $4.00 on your next  PERMANENT WAVE & H4IRCOLORING or save $i.00  1        on your next SHAMPOO & SET.,  ���\: ,        J^- U : . _        -       ^   ' .,,  NEW NO AMMONIA1 PERMANENT ...   ,     ��    .    ,  - no more unpleasant perming odor -' no damp-day frizzies  ,'m ���__,,- conditions while it waves your hair.  .  CONTINENTAL COIFFURES & BOUTIQUE  /: Trail Bay Mall/Sechelt "      .;j-\      Phone 885^2339   ,  '     . (Valid Monday to Friday in March, 1974)  1.j . " -4'* -,'* ; ' '   MEXICO ��� 3 weeks, March 30th ��� $399  PHONE YOUR LOCAL TRAVEL AGENT    ^ ,  885-2339 or 922-0221  <_��l9_KSffilBnB��i>>-/, , ,0 . '. .7* ,_. '        r-,   1   o. 11  en 4  I     A( . , .  unt  VOPI^  .'!__.  I - < (  CANADA GRADE 'A'  OUR SPECIAL TRIM  :'.  LB.  y <���'  NEW ZEALAND  SPRING  ) I  LB.  Qt  SULNISHINE  COAST'S  ISOAtlNO  iUAl  o  0  0.  o  \f>  **���'���<?  THIS WEEK'S; SPECIAL'  ^s^,����^��- i^f m>^J\ _��,��__.  pen tood^ teel plus 200  yards Sfren 20-Bb. Test Line  Regular $46.35  frail Bay Centre ��� SECHELT ��� 885-2512   ^  mKmmmmmssm  PARKAY  ^    2-1B.  PKG.  MBS��HaB8MqiM^^  GARDEN ISLE  DUNCAN HINES - 19-oz.  CRUSHED/TIDBITS - 14-oz.  CRACKER BARREL -  12 bz.  !  SVSALKIN'S - PURE  *^  48-oz. - CLEAR  *^^��k��f^^  DEiSEY'S 4'��  MILKO POWDERED  !  5 LBS.  ES&SSSS  ____i_SSSK!----i-^-_-_-_S----i_Si_B  __��_��_  BETTER BUY 2's  >.  is  5i_|_MM  S3  PALM COTTAGE CHEESE,_.,  pah y_tL*____?_________  DRAHO UOnilD T^..D"1?.1Z  24 oz.  iO-  uix uqib mmm\  SOUR DOUGH RYE BREAD ,��  LEIdOU BUTTER HORMS   ox,..���,  ON  THE  CALIFORNIA  CANADA No. 1  LB.  CANADA  No. 1 GRADE  CANADA  FANCY M.  LB.  BAG  PRICES EFFECTIVE: THURSDAY. MARCH 21 TO SATURDAY, MARCH 23  Phono 886-2026  886-9812 Mont Dopt.  Wa Rcaorfo Tho Right To Limit QuanHtlos  886-9823 Bakory PHONE 885-9654 -  885-2635-886-2121  For Fast Ad-Brief Servico  COMING EVENTS  v  t-   TWILIGHT THEATRE  Gibsons 886-2827  Thursday,  Friday,  Saturday  March 21, 22, 23  "One Little Indian"  Family    entertainment    from  Walt. Disney  Sunday, Monday, Tuesday,  March 24, 25, 26  "O Lucky Man"  Starring   Malcolm- McDowell  MATURE ��� Warning:  Occasional Nude Scenes'  All shows 8 p.m. and~in color  " 8868:17  BIRTHS  GIBSONS AND SECHOLT  WBSTIRN DRUGS  . . . ore ptocsod I* cpecasw thb  Bht& AmoKRcemeiat  space, and  extendi Best Wishes to tho happy  psnsit9.  MR. AND MRS..R. A. Boyes  are pleased to.announce the  birth of twin boys, Aaron Edward, 6 lbs., 6 ozs.' and Troy  Allan, 6 lbs., 3 ozs. on March  7, 1974 at St. Mary's Hospital,  Sechelt.   , 9991-17  OilTUARY  KINCADE ��� Oren Leroy of  Madeira Park died suddenly at home. Survived by 3  sisters, (Mrs.) Bernice Flack  of" Surrey, (Mrs.) Dorothy  Jackson of Powell River, and  (Mrs.) Vera Moncrief of Comox. Family service held. Cremation. 9992-17  GREEN���On March 10, 1974,  Vern C. Green of Gibsons,  age 51 yearn. Survived by  his wife Alfi and, son Brian,  his- mother Mrs. Constance  Green and a sister Mrs. Jake  (Shirley) Klausen of Port  Mellon. Rev. David Brown  conducted the service in the  Harvey - Funeral Home on  Wednesday, March 13, 1974.  Cremation. , 9976-17  PQOSONAL  TUTORING in math (all lev-  els), chemistry and other  subjects. Experienced. Reasonable rates. Call Judy Lan-  dis,. 885-2798.    . ��� 9909-17  WILL the person who witnessed -the- incident involving  Bergliot Solberg at Neven's  TV Saturday, March 9 about  2:45 p.m. please contact Gibsons RCMP or phone 885-9384.   9998-17  ALCOHOLICS Anonymous ���  Meetings 8:30 p.m. Thursdays, Wilson Creek Comnmm-  , ity.,HalI. Phone;885-9327" ��� In...  Madeira Park meetings Wednesdays at 8:30 p.m. in the  Community Hall. Phone 883-  2401. 3952-tfn  GENT, late 50's, semi-retired,  would like to meet lady for  companionship and possibly  matrimony. Write Box 9957,  c/o Peninsula Times, Box  310,  Sechelt.' *   9957-17  BAHA' IS Believe In . -. .  one God; The Oneness of  Mankind; Independent Investigation of Truth. 885-9450 or  886-2078. 9973-tfn  SECHELT Office. Servico. For  all   your   secretarial  needs  including zeroxing and'gestet-  ner work phone  885-2325.  '     9972-20  FOUND  BOYS    Mustang    bike,  also  motor cycle helmet. Anyone  having information please contact ROMP, Sechelt.    10000-17  WORK WANTED  .LIGHT moving and' hauling.  House and garden maintenance. Rubbish removal. Tree  cutting, etc. Free estimates  Gibsons to Scchelti Also fireplace wood for sale, $18 Pe*"  , load delivered. Phone Norm,  886-9503. 9983-tfn  )     M-w-��� a��� -i.-ni,.i.i I...���i���-���i. ���M_-^.-w-M-a���->..--���---������_.a-.-->)  i WILL butcher,  dress' or cut  your  meat  or  game,  your  place or mine. Phono 883-1.045,  3044-tfo,  WORK WANTED (Cont.)  PEERLESS    Tree    Services-  Guaranteed ,  insured - work.  Phone  885-2109. 1887-tfn  GENERAL. handyman.    Carpentry,  painting and    light  hauling. Ph. 886-9516. 2285-tfn  FURNACE   installations, and  burner   service.   Free estimates.   Ph.  886-7111.      36-tfn  YOUNG'man 21, healthy, mar-  ried, looking, for work. Call  Rick, 885-2165. 9902-16  YOUNG married woman, no  children wishes any kind of  employment. Have bookkeeping, secretarial and income tax  preparation experience. Full  or1 part time. Phone Deborah,.  885-2165.- ,9990-19  SUNSET gardening. Tree pruning, garden clean up, lawn  maintenance (cutting arid trimming).  Randy  885-9767.  .    9835-16  YOUNG  married man  seeks  any kind of wok. Call Rick,  885-2165. 9988-19  FOR all your carpentry needs,  call  A.  Sheppard Contracting at 885-2978. 3783-tfn  FISHING rod repairs, custom  work,  reasonable.   Ph.   885-  9750. 4135-17  ���afaa������ ��� a���.���aaa��������       , ,_���     ��� .��� ��� .    ��� ���__.   i  a- ���������i.a.��� i ������  HELP WANTED  EXP. boomman, 2 yrs. e'xp. or  more.   Gulf   Log   Salvage,  Port Mellon. 884-5311 or 885-  2657 after 6 p.m. 9855-17  EXP ERIENCED '  hairstylist,  full   or   part   time.   Phone  885-2339. 9783-tfn  -AVON  Is Housework As Dull  As Dishwater?  Get out of the house and become an Avon Representative. Meet lots of new people,  "and enjoy earning money for  all the extras you need. Call  885-2183 after 4 p.m.   8869-tfn  EXPERIENCED carpenter. Ph.  885-2525 or 886-2344.  9922-18  FEMALE companion for elderly   active  lady.   Live   in.  Modern home. Redrooffs. Ph��  (112)988-4030. 9994-117  EXPERIENCED tree planters,  " $30-$50 per day. Apply Pender Harbour Tree Planting;  Box 34, Garden Bay or phone  886-2159. 9963-17  BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY  ILLNESS FORGES SALE  '  "' THRIVING'HOBBY SHOP  Steady and growing clienteL  AH 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  SMALL CONTRACTING  BUSINESS  Sale Due To ' Health  2  Gravel Trucks,   Front  End  Loader and trailer, etc,  Enquiries Phone 886-2535  No   triflers  8867-tfn  MORTGAGES  MORTGAGE money available,  Bank of Montreal, serving  the entire Sunshine Coast.  9955-18  ������������,i.i ��� ��� i ������  ������.._  i-ia.ii,. I,,���, a,.���i. -   ...  -i--,  I  1 st AND 2nd MORTGAGES  Residential  - ��� Commercial  Recreational ��� ���,  AU .ypes of real estate financing Including builders loans,  Fast appraisal service.   ;  ACADIAN MORTGAGE  CORP. LTD,  2438 Marine Drive,  West  Vnncouver,  B.C.  Phone 926-3250  8227-tfn  Page A-6���Peninsula Times, Wednesday, March 20/1974  CLASSIFIED  ADVERTISING  RATES  REAL ESTATE & INSURANCE  Ponder Harbour - Egmont - Earl Cove  i       . ' . . '   '  ..   PEARSON ISLAND ��� 24 acre-, close to Ponder Harbour, Good  Investment gt $125,000. ,  >'���"-"���-���'���-!���'- a'���H��� ��� aii���la '  GUNBOAT DAY ��� I % truly lovely acres. 265 ft. of safe watorfront. Good 2 BR cottage, a fine buy ot full price $32,000,  PENDER HARBOUR��� Over an acre of waterfront, 180' of doop  protected moorage, 3 DR homo, needs some work, P.P,, $46,500,  I r-"���"���������"i ��� Mi"-i ���_��������� _n   %  WATERFRONT '������ 2.5 ocros with lame solid  homo, close to'  Madoira Park. Lovely estate for $70,000 full prlco.  INVESTMENT ��� 3.13 acros, corner of Hwy,  101 and Gordon  Ray Road, Largo 4 bedroom homo, needs finishing, Full price  $40,000 cash. r  CEDAR HOME ��� On loyoly vlow property. Leasehold land, 3  bedrooms, fully furnished, only $29,500.  NELSON ISLAND ~- 23 acres. 4,000* of boach. Good summer  homo. Asklna $140,000, $50,000 down, balonca af 9 percent,  ������ WE NEED LISTINGS ���  PHONE 883-2794  Johr\ Brecn  883-9978  Archie Prayton  883-9926  Jock Hermon  883-2745  LIVESTOCK (Continued)        WANTED TO RENT (cont.)  Phone:   885-9654  or  885-2635.    Gibson*: 886-2121  Published Wednesdays by  Powell   River  News Town  Crier  Sechelt Times Ltd.,  at Sechelt, B.C.  Established 1963  Box Numbers  50c extra  As  of  Member, Audit Bureau  of Circulations  September 30, 1973  Gross Circulation 3950  Paid Circulation- 3744  filed, with the Audit  Bureau  Circulation,  subject to audit.  Classified Advertising Rotes:  3-Line Ad-Briefs (12 words)  >ie Insertion ____$1.20  FTiree Insertions _S::$2.40  Extra lines (4 words) !���35c  (This rate does not apply to  "   commercial Ad-Briefs)  50c Book-keeping charge is added  for Ad-Briefs not paid by'  publication dote.'  Legal or Reader advertising- 40c  per count lino.  Deaths,- Card of Thanks, In Mem-  oriam, Marriage and Engagement  notices are $4.00 (up to 14 lines)  and 35c per line after that.,Four  wOrds per line.  Birth, Notices, Coming Events take  regular classified rates.  Subscription Rates:  By Mail:  Local Area   ��� Outside Local Area  U.S.A.  Oversees   Senior Citizens,  Local Area  -$7.00 yr.  _$8.00yr.  .$10.00 yr.  $1..00vr.   $6.00  Single Copies 15c  "In the event of a typographical error advertising goods or services, atx  a wrong price, goods or services may not be sold and the difference  charged to the newspaper. Advertising is merely an offer to sell, and may  be withdrawn at any time."���(Supreme Court decision). .Advertising is  accepted on the condition that, in the event of typographical error, that  portion of the advertising space occupied by the erroneous item, together  ' with reasonable allowance for signature, will not be charged for. but the  balance of the advertisement will be paid for at the applicable rate.  A composition charge is made for advertising accepted and put into  production, but cancelled before publication. Change from original copy,  when proof is submitted to customer is also chargeable at an hourly rate  for the additional work.  Copyright and/or property rights subsists in all display advertising end  other material-appearing in the edition of the Sechelt Peninsula Times.  Permission to reproduce wholly or in part and in any form whatsoever,  particularly by a photographic or offset process in a publication, must  .be obtained in writing from the publisher. Any unauthorized reproduction  will be subject to recourse in law.'  WANTED  A MESH play pen. Ph.  885-  9374. ' 9757-19  HAND made articles on reasonable consignment for  Boutique dealing in clothing,  leather work, jewellery, etc.  for men, women and children.  Call 'The Closet* 6607 Royal  Ave., Horseshoe Bay 921-9832  or Carole or Lesley, Gibsons,  886-9089.*. 9974-19  WANTED TO BUY  SILVER coins. 1968 and earlier. Phone 886-9697.    9980-19  16    SQUARES    24"     shakes.  Price and location. Ph. 883-  2746. 9997-17  LARGE strong stroller. Phone  885-2994. 9964-17  LIVESTOCK  2   HORSE   trailer   for   rent.  Cunningham's.   Phone   885-  9927. 3340-tfn  LIVESTOCK (Continued)  CHICKS ��� dual purpose ���  Paymaster, Rhode Island,  Red Cross, "White Leghorns,  White Rocks. Ship anywhere.  Napier Hatchery, 22470, 64th  Ave., RR 7, Langley, 534-6268.  3769-tfn  Come in and see our, new  Tack display ,. . .. .  QUALITY  FARM SUPPLY  All Buckerfield Feeds  Hardware - Fencing  Fertilizer - Purina Products  Alfaifa - Hay - Straw  Garden Seeds - Seed Potatoes  We are on Pratt Road, 1 mile  south from Highway'  ,    PHONE  886-7527  8826-tfn  ARABIAN   stallion    at stud.  Also p.b. Arabians for sale.  Terms   and   trades   arranged.  Jo-Mar Arabians, 886-7123.  4229-17  SWIFT Feeds ��� H. Jacobson,  Swift dealer. Nor'West Rd.,  Sechelt. Phone 885-9369. Chicken feeds - 'Horse feed - Hog  feed ,- Cattle feed. Hay and  other, feeds by> order.   258-tfn  BRUSHWOOD  Farm,'R.R.  1,  Gibsons. Quarter horse stallion at stud. Phone 886-2160.  4145-tf n -  FOR RENT  MAPLE , Cresent Apts., 1660  ��� School Rd., Gibsons..'2' and  3 bedroom suites, newly. decorated, cablevision,1 parking.  Close to .schools'' and shopping. Reasonable rent. Ph.- 886-  7836. 9857-tfn  ���        it  HALL for rent. Wilson Creek  Community    Hall.    Contact  Marg Pearson, 885-2337.          ,3246-tfn  FURNISHED   1   bdrm.  apartment,     Sechelt.     Available  April 1st, no pets. $100 mon- '  thly. Phone 885-2862.   9981-17  RUBY  Lake  Motel ��� cabins  available   at   winter   rates.  $110 per month. 883-2269.  3369-tfn  2 GIRLS with 4 bdrm. house,  W.'  Sechelt,  wish to. share  with another  seeking  accommodation. Phone 885-2489.  9977-17  WATCH FOR "TINY" BOB  ON THE LAST PAGE OF  THIS SECTION !  8860-16  MARCH 30, H'way Wilson  Creek. 1" bedroom cottage,  propane - heat and range.  Adults, no pets, refs. Evenings  885-2153. 9969-17  VERY cosy furnished 1 bedroom waterfront home, Sel-,  ma  Park, -breakwater  moorage. 1 year" lease, $175, month.  Phone  885-9545. 9756-17  WANTED TO RENT  MAY 1st, unfurnished 2 BR  house. Sechelt, Davis Bay  area. Retired couple. Min. 1  year lease. Excellent references. Phone 885-9366.     9984-17  THE BEACHCOMBERS  ARE BACK!  . . . and we need accommodation.   Contact   Joe   Battista,  P.O.    Box    4600,    Vancouver  V6B 4A2 or call 684-0246.  8813-tfn  SINGLE   man ', wishes   small  cottage   or   home. ��� Permanent.   Clean.   Call   John,"  886-  2821. v     9996-17  HOUSE, Davis Bay area, April   1.   Responsible   mother,.  with references. 885-2156.  '     9925-18  SECHELT or Pender Harbour  area;' desperately heed' 2- or  3 BR house. Phone' 883-9969.  9919-18  REAL ESTATE  SECHELT  Village,   63'   treed  lot. Hackett St. Phone 885-  9044. 9892-tfn  FOR SALE, view lot in Sechelt.   56x"157.   Fully   serviced.  $9500. Phone 885-2898.  9985-19  LANGDALE  Potential 30 View Res. Lots  Plus' 4 bdrms, 2 baths home.  .All on 10.36 acres. Zoned R2.  Hurry for this. opportunity.  FP $135,000. Owner will carry  AS. Phone Patricia MacDon-  ald at 826-2831 or 853-4811 or  , 530-1011.  "CANADA PERMANENT  TRUST  853-4811 530-1011 -  8873-17  75x295 LOT on Nickerson Rd.  W.   Sechelt.  R2   zoned.  All  services.    $8000.    Phone    885-  9655. 9930-17  SAXTON REALTY'  SUNSHINE COAST ,  Waterfront, near Sechelt, 1.14  acres. 3 Bdrm bungalow .solidly built, plus small cottage,  presently rented. Small barn,  chicken house, plus 300 ft. of  floats approx. Foreshore lease  available. $79,750. BRIAN  MELLIS, 929-3037, office 929-  3416.  ROBERTS CREEK -  Here is a good buy. 3 Bdrm  family home over 1,000 sq. ft.,  shake roof and cedar siding.  Ready for the family who  wants something "special. 3  stall barn and feed shed and  corral.. $33,500. Owner will  consider cash and agreement  for sale. Spare lot available at  $7,500. Extra 66x198. BRIAN  MELLIS 929-3037, office 929-  3416.  8856-16  ROBERTS CREEK���Beautiful  2  acre  view lot  on Beach  Avenue, $23,900. .886-9301.  9791-17  MEMBER OF  MULTIPLE LISTING  SERVICE  BOX 769, SECHELT, B.C.  t 'tVi .1  ESTATES LTD.  REAL ESTATE  PHONE 885-2241  SECHELT AND AREA  SELMA PARK     .  Immaculate 2 bedroom home with a panoramic view of the Gulf.'  Only I short block to safe beach and boat moorage, small low  maintenance  lot. All landscaped.  F.P.   $24,250.  Coll  Jack or  Stan Anderson,      REDROOFFS ROAD AND AREA    REDROOFFS ESTATES  Large treed properties, approx. % acre. Zoned R2, trailers allowed. Paved roads, close to Sargeant Bay, Hot fishing spot. Priced  ,   from $6,250. Call Jack or Stan Anderson.  NEW DAVIS BAY VIEW HOME  1240 sq. ft. on each floor. 1% bathroom upstairs. Roughed in,  fireplace and plumbing In basement. On large lot,  F.P. only.  >������   "; ' :. .��� $44,900,^ ,  LOT  Exceptional recreational lot,  100'x250r\ F.P. $6,850. Call Dove  <��� ���.������ ' Roberts. .  SECHELT RESIDENTIAL LOTS  :;���.       BEHIND HACKETT PARK;  Within one mil- of Shopping Centre, Schools/Hospital and  Beach; Over 60 lots available for $8,000 to $10,000 ea.  WEST SECHELT  Trallor site,  243'  on  Nor-West  Boy Rood.  $9,500 F,P.  Call  Stan or Jack Andorson.  TREED R2 LOT  Cleared  site  for mobile home,  sorvlccd.  F.P.   $8,950.00. Call  Douo Joyce. .���.���-,.  .  ' WEST SECHELT     '  Residential lot 83x170, cleared with'crook, ebsy access on to tho  lot and beach access across the road, Shade troos ��� on tha lot,  F.P. $9,500. Call Jack or Stan Anderson,  TRAILOR LOT ������ WEST SECHELT  90'x205' on Wakoflold Road, Fully sorvlcod, year round, crook,  good soil, partially cleared. F.P,  $12,000. Call Stan or Jack  .   Andorson.  WATERFRONT LOT - 1 ACRE  Close to Sechelt. Southern exposure. Great view of Merry Island  and Strait of Georgia; Only $18,500. Call Len or Suzanne Yon  . '   ."..'        ,'' ;��� Egmond,   . ���  GCWER POINT VIEW LOT  % acre of treed privacy with all services,  Future subdivision  potential, F.P. $12,000.00, Call Jack or Stan Anderson.  ��� ��� i , i ... '  5 Acres - king road, gibsons  Hoavlly trood land with farm potential, Powor on tho slto, Go*-,  ot ted road on one side partially In. A good buy at $21,500, Call  i     ,   Stan or Jack Anderson,,  TUWANEK  SEMI-WATERFRONT ,  Year round brook, ocean view and sccluslpn moko thlsunusuol  Hoxlgon Homo truly unique, Land Is almost an aero of cleared  park, All electric with a central stono fireplace, F,P. $38,900,  1    Call Jack or Stan Andorson.  J;'Ts !'���,#��� .+?-�����* .("S'.l*.i.,'���!.,  1200 sq, ft,, full basoment homo, Post 8, Beam, 3 bodrooms w|th  ensulto plumbing, All double windows. Very woll insulated, Eloc-  trlc heat. Carport undor houso, Brick flroplac with roughod-ln  flroplaco In basoment. Only minutes from shopping and schools,  Across from Hackett Park. F.P. $47,500.00. Call Jack or  Stan Anderson,  pa-n.m ��� i.in. ,i ��� _-ma mi, in __���.. ��������� i   ��� m,  MASON ROAD - WEST SECHELT  Two bedroom, 720 sq, ft. cottage on % aero of land. Somo  ���fru.r trees, easy accoss, close to primary school, F.P,  $18,500,  Call Jack or Stan Anderson,  DRIVE BY 1195 DOLPHIN STREET  1100 sq ft. of living space, plus full basement In this 12 year  old family homo. Three bedrooms, larao kitchen, separate din-,  Ing room, plus lorgo living room, Beautifully landscaped, $42,000  full price, Calf Davo Roberts for an appointment to vlow,  .PENDERIHARBQUR.  000' 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.   Full  price $125,000,  ���   SELMA PARK   VIEW AND.TREED  Two slde-by-sldo lots with oxcollont vlow In Selma Park. Hoavlly  treed with largo,fir. 70'xl35', Fully sorvlcod, good accoss, Full  price $ 12.O0Q. oach. Coll Jack or Stan Andorson.  Do You Want an  EXCELLENT VIEW LOT  Now I* your cbancft to bo among tho first to pick out a  cholco lot In this now subdivision by Cameo Lands.  -��� cleared ready to build on ��� closo to beach ��� water  and hydro available ��� on Airport Road ��� paved roads  .���. surrounding land in agricultural land freeze,  PRICED LOW  from $6750��� act now before thoy^ aro gone.  CALL LEN or SUZANNE VAN EGMOND or JACK or STAN  ��� ��� �������-���ANDERSON;��� -���'��� r�� - -  _fc  Davr Roberts  ��v*��, Pbon# 885-9705  Len or Suxonno Van .Eornond ��-��*�����-.>- Jock or Ston Anderson  Jvc^ Phone 885-9603       Ev����, phono 805-2053 or 885-2305  Ed Baker  Evos, Phono 005-2641  "     VANCOUVER DIRECT LINE MU-5-5544  SEE US AT OUR OFFICE ACROSS FROM THE SECHELT BUS DEPOT  , WATERFRONT HOME - EGMONT  2Vz  BR home/sundeck, oil furnace--:���on 80' waterfront > lot  with float. Good for summer home or year-round residence. Close  to elementary school, store and government wharf. $31,000.  CLAY'S MADEIRA MARINA  Approx, 3 acres, 250' choice waterfront in Madeira Park; 30'x80'  concrete shop building with ��� repair facilities, display and soles  room, office, stockroom." Owner's 2 BR home, 7 motel units,  - facilities, for camper and trailer units, 5 rental boats and motors,  launching ramp, floats, foreshore lease. Large up-to-date stock  of boats, motors, ports) marine hardware, Evinrude sales and service, $250,000 plus cash for stock  RUBY LAKE COTTAGE'  119'  waterfront   lot  with  furnished  cottage  -   one   BR,   living  room-kitchen,  bathroom with shower,  acorn fireplace, sundeck,'  water, hydro, float and canoe. Rood access. $26,500.  LOTS .  1. MADEIRA PARK���view lots, serviced with water and hydro,  $7,500 to $9,800.  2. NARROWS  ROAD���cleared,   level   lot,   ready  for  building.  $10,000.  3. SINCLAIR BAY ROAD ��� Lot No. 4, large treed view lot.  $7,000.  4. MADEIRA PARK���commercial lots - $16,000 ond $20,000.  5. EARL COVE ��� level commercial lot on corner of Jervis Inlet  Road and Highway 101. $11,000.  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  mth. Landscaped. Walking distance to school, P.O., stores ond  marinas. .$45,000.  VIEW LOTS ��� GARDEN BAY ESTATES  In a beautiful setting, serviced with paved road, water and hydra.  Public access to waterfront. Close to stores,  marinas and post  of fie?. $6,000 to $10,500."  MADEIRA PARK STORE  Small  general   store  and   adjoining  one   BR   owner's   home   in  centen of shopping area at Madeira Park. Approx. 100' frontage  on both Madeira  Park Rd. and Hwy.   101, containing approx.  1.09 acres.  $50,000 plus stock.  7 ISLES RESTAURANT BUSINESS  Equipment ond business, 3 BR suite .for operator. Not operating  at present,  but could be quickly readied for operation. Asking  $18,500. Open to offers. ,  COHO MARINA AT MADEI.RA PARK  Approx. 800' waterfront, 3.93 acres,of park-like land. 2 BR  owner's home. Four modern, all electric housekeeping units, cam- <  per and trailer'sites, with modern new washroom. Marine ways,  concrete boat launching ramp, 8 rental boats & motors. Foreshore  lease, Marine repair shop with office and sales of marine and  fishing supplies. Approx. 650 lineal feet of floats. Franchised for:  Mercury Outboards and Mercruiser inboard- motors and stem  drives. Dealer for: Home Oil and Starcraft Boats. $2601,000 plus  stock.  EGMONT WATERFRONT LOTS  Prime commercial corner property on 2 lots with approx.  128'  waterfront   and   361'   road   frontage;   Gas  pumps  and   small  garage, Excellent location for gas'station and outboard marine  repair facilities (badly needed in the area). $36,000.  ACREAGE  1. GUNBOAT BAY���^approx.   15 acres of privacy, 675' choice  waterfront.   Nicely  treed,   southern   exposure.   $77,000,  2. NEAR MADEIRA PARK���approx. 2% acres on Hwy.   101.  $25,000.  3. KLEINDALE-���approx. 8 acres with creek, 535' frontage on  Hwy,  101. $25,000.  4. KLEINDALE���opprox.  20  acres  adjoining  above,   $35,000.  5. FRANCIS   PENINSULA���approx,   37   acres,   partially   developed with approx. 3,900' of primary road constructed, Possible  86 lot subdivision. $150,000.  7 ISLES MOBILE HOME PARK  Located on opprox. 3 acres close to'Madeira Park on Hwy. 101  and overlooking Malaspina Straits, Has 11 trailer spaces ready,  and plenty of room for expansion, Monthly rental $60,00 per  space, $6t>,00O.  .:������"'������        EGMONT  Approx,,3/5 acre lot with 550' on Maple Road ���^ level treed,  Good location for a summer cottage or mobllo home; Closo to  ' > Egmont Marina, $10,500.  SAKINAW LAKE  165' deep waterfront, 7 acres of treed property. Water access  ,       only. $25,000  EGMONT MARINA - FISHING RESORT    '  Approx,  4.5 acres) approx,  660' waterfront.   11   motel  units,  owner's   3-bcdroom, homo,   8  sleeping   rooms,   restaurant   and ,  store (leased out), Standard Marino station, bait sales, floats,  launching ramp, 9 rental boats and 8 motors, campor space and  ,      room for expansion, $250,000.  GARDEN BAY  1,542 so. ft. 3 BR homo with den, off furnaco, partial basement,  carport, landscaped lot, Lx>t cou|d possibly bo divided In' two whon  ,��� road���and,water, comes through at tho back. Closo to marinas.  "  storos and posfbffl'co," $43,000,���"*'";''*"^ ���l--�����!*  WATERFRONT HOME��� EGMONT  Very largo A BR homo, approx, 244' watorfront on 3 separafo  lots. Float, Excellent for a group purchase, $105,000,       '  SAKINAW LAKE  Approx, 170' lakofront on 7.11 ocros. 3 BR cottaga plus 2 rooms  In partial basement, Fireplace, Propane fridge, range and lights.  Sundeck/ patio ond float, $36,500,  COMMERCIAL qORNER ������ EGMONT  Approx.   1%  acros of  vlow properly with   111'  frontaqo on  Eqmont Road and 637' frontado on Maple Rood, Has oldor 2 BR  'homo, rented for $75 por month, small cabin (12x24) rented for  $20 par month, Lot could possibly bo subdivided Into several lots,  $47,500.  CALL OLLI OR JEAN SLADEY  REALTY LTD.  Madeira Park, B.C.  Phono Pender Harbour 883-2233  Vancouver Direct Lino 6897o23 REAL ESTATE (Con'*)  BUYING a home? Talk to the  Royal Bank for your mortgage. New mortgages and refinancing " available. ' Royal  Bank,.- Sechelt.  885-2201.  "    3854-tfri p  YOUR AUTOPLAN CENTRE  K. BUTLER REALTY LTD.  All Types of, Insuronce  Gibsons, B.C.  Phone  886-2000  or  886-9121  SAKINAW LAKE retreat, 90'  .sandy  beach. Fully furnished  log cabin,,your own boat float.  $27,500. , -  SELMA PARK: Older style 3  bdrm. cottage on conveniently located lot. Attached carport. $12,000. Terms too.  GIBSONS: Nicely situated  building lot 65'xl30\ $8,500  Reserve your lot now in new  serviced subdivision. Nicely  treed, some with view. Prices  from $8,500.  LISTINGS   WANTED!  MEMBER  MULTIPLE LISTING  SERVICE  Norm Peterson 886-2607  Freda DuMont 886-7105  8872-17  _>  FOUND  a  house  you  want?  Mortgage   money   available,  Bank   of   Montreal,   Gibsons,  Sechelt.and Madeira Park.  "  9954-18  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.   x     8875-tfn  5 ACRES���2% , cleared with  mobile home on cement with  addition and patio. Fruit trees ���  and beautiful garden soil. 886-  2881.        9787-17  LEVEL   treed   lot, - 103'x401'.  On   all   services.   Driveway  in. $13,500,-terms. Phone (112)  826-9208. 4038-tfn  REAL ESTATE (Con't)  WATCH FOR "TINY" BOB  ON THE LAST PAGE OF  THIS SECTION!  ,    ,    '���-'-, ,8861-16'  WANTED to Buy���2 bedroom  ��� year round* home on all services. Substantial cash payment available. Gibsons to  Redrooffs.  Ph.  886-7659.  9975-19  MOBILE HOMES  WANTED:,-   12'   wide   mobile  home, ' 48-55    feet.    Phone  (112)299-2869   or   write    6390  Buchanan St., Burnaby 2.  9923-18  ���1974 Munday Leaders ���  60'xl2', 2 BR, shag carpet LR,  colored appliances incl. washer and dryer. Fully furnished,  del'vd and set up; tax included. No extras to buy! $11,500  F.P.  1974 Munday Leaders ���  68'xl2\ 3 bedrm., shag carpet  LR, colored appliances incl.  washer and dryer. Fully furnished, del'vd and set up; tax  included. Just move in. $12,-  900 FP.  USED SPECIAL  1960 GLENDALE 35'x8' mobile   Home,  fully  furnished,   2  BR, FP $2750.  COAST HOMES  Copping's Car Town Sales Ltd.  -885-2204 days      885-2084 nites  DL- 5520  8863-16  12'x5i; KIT-FAIRVIEW 2  bdrm., colored appliances,  gun furnace, new shag carpet.  Very clean throughout, $5995.  Contact Sunshine Coast Mobile  Home Park and Sales, Gibsons,  886-9826. , 9790-tfn  1967   SQUIRE   mobile   home.  12'x50\ 2 BR, fully furnished. 883-2525  after 6.  9993-19  BIG Maple Motel and Trailer  Resort  has   space  available  for mobile homes and .trailers.  Phone 885-9513. 9928-tfn  MOBILE HOMES (Cont.)       BOATS & ENGINES (Cont.)    F0R SALE {c0nt>)  BUILDING A NEW HOME ?  Have you thought of custom wiring it  for stereophonic sound?  Let our Electronic Technician give you his  professional advice.  - Pre-wiring for sound and intercom.  CHARL.ES C. STEPHENS, 885-2568  CHARLES ENGLISH LTD.  REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE  NOTARY PUBLIC AND APPRAISALS  Gibsons, B.C. 886-2481  PHONE TOLL FREE: 687-6445  GOWER POINT: One of this area's finest post &  beam homes, 4 bedrooms, with ensuite plumbing,  attractively decorated, large living room, wall-to-wall  carpet, has feature brick fireplace with built-in fuel  box. Futuristic kitchen has brick background, opening  onto dinning area that has glass doors to. sundeck.  Family room has separate bar-room, utility room completes these 1,900 sq. ft. of luxurious living. Property  is 150'xl75' and has a panoramic view of Georgia  Straits. Make an appointment to see ithis house how.  PRATT ROAD: 10 acres; 325x1375', Bare land, real  holding property. $48,000.  '  ;���������, ,,.  ! ��� P...I.V.    ..     .. ���il. . .,, ... ,.... m...--, ^  HILLCREST: 1 year old very attraotive home, Two or  '   ,    three bedroom, view, oq large jot. $35,900.  LEEK ROAD; 2 acre's, serviced. $12,000. .   '���  12x71  PYRAMID, ,2 BR, excellent cond. $9000. Ph. 885-  2706.     - ,  ��� -       9995-17  JDOUBLE   WIDE  AS, LOW AS  $12,900  Your choice of Decor and  Options  Price   includes   delivery   and  set' up. 100 per cent financing  available O.A.C.  Call Collect  434-8771 or 936-6524  Regal Mobile Homes Ltd.  3655 Kingsway, Burnaby, B.C.  MDL  25012  -  8824-tfn  BUYING   a   mobile   home-  contact   us   first.   Bank   of'  Montreal  .serving  the   entire  Sunshine Coast.' 9953-18  AYERS   Mobile   Home   Park,  we have trailer space available.-Phone 885-2375.  9968-tfn  Sunshine Coast Mobile  Home Park and Sales  _wy., 101 Gibsons Ph. 886-9826  New models now on display:  12x66 Statesman ,3 BR, utility   room, -��� $13,000,   incl.   tax.  12x60 Satesman, 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. 8844-tfn  AUTOS, TRUCKS, Ete.  1962   CHEV  pickup,   %   ton,  plywood  canopy.   $200.  Ph.  886-7816.    - 9858-19.  '57 FORD ranch wagon, good  running condition. $100. Ph.  885-2232. 9921-18  1952   CHEVY    2-ton,     16,000  GVW, 2-spd. axle. ,883-2277.   9788-17  1970  TRIUMPH Spitfire, $1500.  Phone after'5 p.m. 885-2987.   9856-17  1962 INTERNATIONAL 3 ton  - dump truck. Single axle,  $2800. Phone 883-2417.  9933-18  OFF?highway  log.  truck and  trailer. Good condition. Ph.  (604.-563-9175,    (604.-564-8573.   9792-17  1973 TOYOTA Celica, 1 owner, as new. Phone 886-7343  or 886-7162 after 8.     9986-17  1970 NISSAN Patrol 4 wheel  drive Jeep. 6-cyl. $2600. Ph.  883-2417. 9934-18  1963 FORD V-8 auto., 4 dr.,  radio, new tires, very well  kept. $250. Phone 886-2334.  9862-17  GOWER POINT: New home, split level design. Three  bedrooms, master bedroom has ensuite plumbing, Ftit-  urlstlc .kitchen, compldto with new stove, fridge and  dishwasher. Dining room, family room with fireplace,  all wall-to-wall carpets, Basement |iqs rec. room, and  roughed-ln plumbing. Double carport. All on half  acre lotK full price $58,000. Mortgage available on  :.���,....,     this homo,  SELMA PARK: Lovely two-bed room home, 1%.years  old; Immaailately flhisHeaTWdll-to^M  with fireplace, dining room, utility, largo carport and  workshop. Lots of closets. F.P.  $26,000, Dominion  ,, Lease Land.  ____.  GIBSONS  VILLAGE:   Immaculate vlow homo overlooking village, complete suite on lower level.  Big  workshop, many extras -~ one of Gibson's best at  r $58,900,,         ;���������"���'������-- ���'-;������:  LOWER ROAD & HWY. 10.1: ,8 acres treed, sloping  Iqnd, road allowance on oqst sido. $3-4,000.  amum. a,aa-^-i,ii-ii,a��iiiiiaiiaiaaiiiiiaM.iiiaaan-aniaaawl  600 FT. OF WATERFRONT In unique Hidden Basin,  Nelson Island, ono of the best protected harbors on  tho coast. Call Don Sutherland for details.  services In, priced $6,750 to $15,500,  BEACH AVENUE: 2 bodrooms and babyroom, 1100  sq, it.homo,2Va years old, largo utility, kltcheft and  living room,^yory^ modern and situated on nice lot  with close accoss to Ocoan and store, F.P. $36,500.  v       LISTINGS     W A N T E D  K. A, Cro��by 0tt&.2098 J, Vlwr 806-2531  Mlk. f)|oo��y 886-7436 Dqn Sutherland 085-9362  17'    RUNABOUT,,   FG    over  hardwood   plywood, .50  hp  Merc elec., start, canvas cover. Phone 885-2122.       9938-17  , 12' ALUMINUM Smoker craft.  ' ���5   hp   Yamaha.   Both   good  condition. Phone 883-2378. '    ���     '.      9947-tfn  14'6"    THERMOGLASS    boat  and    trailer, '$600.    Phone  885-2682. , 9959-19  16' CLINKER boat with cabin,  live- bait tank, 9 HP Briggs  and Straton, $500. Phone 883-  2365. ~ -   9960-17  TWO   39"  without  slat   spring'  beds  mattresses,    good  FOR SALE (Continued)  PLAY Lions. Community, Bingo, cards available, $1.00.ea.  Peninsulo/Times; Wednesday, March 20, 1974���Page A-7  FOR SALE (Continued) FOR SALE (Continued)  condition,   $30.-Ph.   886-2521." - ���� Pining 885-2012 days or  10001-17    885-2027 nights.        ., 4184-tfn  TRAIL BAY SPORTS  UNLIMITED  Full Line of Sporting Goods  Boats and Marine Accessories  ���Outboard Motors & Repairs'  ���Track  &   Field &  Baseball  Equipment.  "���3, 5 & 10 spd. bicycles.  ���Fishing Tackle.  Sechelt . 885-2512  8849-15  HOOVER washer, spin dryer,  1 year old, 'excellent condition. $95. Phone 886-9605.    9958-19  OIL    STOVE,    $15;    propane  stove,   $15;- 'electric   stove,  $10. Phone 885-9384.   . 9961-17  SAVE on Philips' modular color TV sets, backed by good  service. Thomson Appliances  Ltd. (formerly of Vancouver).  Phone 885-2529. * 9948-16  26" "QUASAR color T.V., excellent. condition, $599. 22"  Admiral color T.V., $270. Solid  state AC/DC portable radio-  phonograph.' $24.--Phone 885-  2568.    "        . 10003-17  GRAVEL  box,   6'  : 885-2047.  10%'.   Ph.  9924-18  AXMINSTER rug, felt underlay, 9x10%, good condition,  $40. Ph.-886:9544. 9971-17  SINGER touch .and sew sew-  'ing machine and baby stroller.   Ph.   885-9440., 9970-17  14'6" PLYWOOD speedboat.  1963 VW bug for' parts or as  is.  Chev.   plywood, .canopy.  886-7864 after 5 p.m. 4228-17  MAYTAG' automatic  washing _  machine, $60., Phone 885-  2602 Saturday or Sunday, or  (112)088-5490. '      9965-17  FIREPLACE   wood   for   sale.  Alder  and fir.  Phone  885-  9311 or 883-2417." .      3233-tfn ',  LIVING   room,   dining   room,,  kitchen   and   bdrm.  drapes,  near new. Phone 885-2550.  EQUIPMENT  WANTED: 18" shake machine  and bundler. Write Box 585,  Squamish. 9800-17  LEGAL NOTICES  Societies Act,  ST.  MARY'S  HOSPITAL  SOCIETY  NOTICE OF  ANNUAL MEETING  To   the Members  of  the   St.  Mary's Hospital Society:  Take notice that. the Annual  General Meeting of the members of the St. Mary's1 Hospital Society will be held in.  the Old Legion Hall, Mermaid  Street, Sechelt, B.C., on Wednesday, the 3rd day of April,  1974 at the hour of 7:30 p.m.  Dated in the Village of Sechelt, in the Province of British  Columbia this 13th day of  March, 1974.  By the order of the  Board of Trustees  8871-pub. March 20, 1974  Province of British Columbia  Department of Lands, Forests  and Water Resources  Forest Service  Reforestation Division  NOTICE OF TREE  PLANTING   CONTRACT(S)  Sealed tenders for the following tree planting contract(s)  will be received by the Chief  Forester, ' British Columbia  Forest Service, Victoria, B.C.,  up to 4 p.m.- on the dates  shown below:  V* "���_���_=_.���"  rmM  "   a?". 'Tj-- ������a.-.W*! ��� ���*  ���Vi"  "Z?  *���>_  .*'���>'  **���*,  3?��-JP>-  %$>*  atf.7)  ���W  w  '-_* I  Contract No. 92G13-9, in the  vicinity of Earle "Creek, Sechelt Ranger District, for 371,000  trees, opening date April 3,  1974.  Madeira Park Happenings  ���by Kim Small  Tenders must be submitted  on the form and in the envelope supplied which, with particulars, may be obtained from  the Forest Ranger(s)  indicat-  THERE was a volleyball tournament for  girls at Gibsons last Friday. The Langdale girls were again the winners. Congratulations to all teams who played so  well at the tournament. -  On. Saturday,  March  23,  the senior  class will be leaving for their school trip.  The students have raised $4,000 so far  ed above^ or from the District  ;and would like" to thank everyone who  Forester, Vancouver, or from J supported their fund drives so well. We  the ForesterJi-c, Reforestation "will write a report on our trip for the  paper.    ' _   -  The evening of March 14 was the  science fair for the district. There were  many awards given to Madeira Park students as well as others from all the  schools. Lhevinne Talento.won a "award  Division, B.C.  Forest Service,  Victoria, B.C.  The  lowest  or  any   tender  will not "necessarily be accepted.  8874-pub.  March 20,  27,  1974  of excellence" for her experiment with  growing seeds. There was an open house  at our school on Tuesday,- March 19, and  the science" projects will be on display.  The senior boys, will be playing.in a  floor hockey tournament at Gibsons on  Thursday. Schools from, all oyer the Peninsula will be playing.  Chess' competitions are going strong  with several students tied .for., the first  three places. A list of winners .will be  announced next^week. ,  Next week is the spring vacation for  all'the school students. Everybody comes  back to school on April 1, April Fools'  Day.  POOL SHARKS Clarence Joe, Jr.,  left and Lloyd Jackson show their  prowess with the pool tables pur-  " chased, from PA pool hall in Sechelt.  Two tables were purchased and installed in the new dressing room and  club house the Indian band recently  constructed on the reserve by the  soccer field. Jackson will be pool  hall manager.  White elephant sale set  in Dougal Park July 14  ..GIBSONS���Village council has given the  go-ahead to Gibsons Kinsmen Club to  ' hold a white elephant sale in Dougal  Park July 14.'  The event, which will run from 9 a.m.  to 9 p.m., is intended to raise funds for  the club's swimming pool project.  WATCH FOR "TINY" BOB  ON THE LAST PAGE OF  THIS SECTION !  8859-16  LET us finance'your "next vehicle!   Arrange your  financing   first   and   save,   at   the  Royal Bank, Sechelt, 885-2201,  3855-tfn  1965   DODGE,   6   cyl.   auto.,  some fender damage, otherwise   perfect.   $265.   Ph.  886-  7858.    9863-17  '70  JEEP  Wagoneer,   all  extras included. Air condition-  Ing. Phone 885-2339.    9946-tfn  1961 CHEV sedan, 61,000 brig,  miles,  new  shocks,  brakes,  valves,   tiresi   $350;   Ph.   886-  2401. 3785-tfn ,'  1000 MERCURY % ton pickup, $900. Phone 885-9743.  ���        , 10002-17  CAMPERS & TRAILERS  16 W GIBSON coach trailer.  ��� Elec., propane fridge, furnaco,, toilot. Sloops 0,, Spare  tiro. Also' equalizing hitch.  886-0504. 9801-17  TRAVEL   trallor   completely  self "Contained,   Phono   880-  2459. 0064-10  1072 HOLIDAIR 20V self con*  tnlncd   trallor.    T a n d a m  , wheels, tollt, shower, hot water,  frldf.o,  Htovo,   oven  and  ...furnaco, .Comploto,with*aparo-  , tiro    and    equalizing    hitch.  $3(300 Mm, Phono 000-2805.  ,"    ' ��� 0010-15  14'  SCAMPER  travel'traijor.  Sleeps 0. 3 burner stove, lco  box, Corpotbd. Offers to $1400,  Phono  800-0240. 0082-17  BOATS & ENGINES  FOR SALIC���Flbroglnss rosin,  5 Ral. quantities only, $55.  Phono 000-0111. 9070-17  .���i��� �����,.���,,,���,._-... -_p-.,..,���������i I,,. I, _._-__.. ���-������i���-  p.,,_)  FOR SALE ��� Gray  marine  lugger 0-330 with red Roar.  Phono  000-0849. 0800-17  TENDERS  Tenders  will  be  accepted  at  the  GIBSONS and SECHELT  MUNICIPAL HALLS  up to 12 noon  April 1st, 1974  for the  installation  of a  100  amp service and wiring of the  house at the  LOCAL AIRPORT  8870-18  .__���������,a_-l,��� iii-��.aaatll   I.W-i   ���i ��� ���,, ., ������_,���_ ..IB ������������i.-.ii.iii.,  ...  a,  FOR SALE  FIBREGLASS   resin,   5   gal.,,  quantities only, $55. Phone  886-9111.   .      . 8978-17  7 MALE an,d 1 female Sam-  oyed pups. 5 weeks old. Ph. ���  483-9515. 9935-18  , .i   11  ,    i  OIL; stove with fan and pump,  hot water tank and cement  laundry tubs. Phone 886-2163.  9950-17  WHOLESALE  lumber,  rough  and    planed,    $50-$05    per  thousand   feet.    Call    collect  026-1024. 3784-tfn  HAIR    dryer   -   professional  typo, on castors, good condition, $20. Phone 805-9500,    ,  9987-17,  WATCH FOR "TINY'f BOB  ON THE LAST PAGE OF  -w^'"THIS",SECTION'r",^~'"  '    0002-10  -"���"-'���"���"��� I1"        i  SMALL heavy duty winch  powered by Wisconsin mot-  , or, Two forward speeds, ono  reverse, Ideal for tramway or  small marine ways, etc. $450,  Phono 000-9040, 9050-17  ELECTROLUX Sales nnd Service. Ph. 005-2007.   4102-tfn  NEVER used two 39" beds,  complete $80 each. Green  shag rug 0x0', 1 your old, $30,  Pnlr of table lamps, trl light  switches, $25 each. Phono 086.  9172. 9009-17  Now brewed m British Coltunhia  CnrM>_rg has long been tho world's most exported Lager beer, Now  Carlsberg, the glorious beer ol' Copenhagen, Is brewed right here  In British "Columbia. "'"Ami because"UV now'brewed Ker��, you" can"  enjoy Carlsberg Iresh from the I-rewerv.  Carlsberg.., brewed with all the skill ami tradition of Denmark to  the taste of Canadian beer drinkers,' Discover Carlsberg lor yourself.  REALTY LTD.  Madeira Park, B.C.      Ph, Pender Harbour 883-2233 Pago A-8  The Peninsula Times  Wednesday, March 20, 1974  4-  r'.  ;>������  i  i  1*  .1  1  {  1  J  )  : >c   .* s PS1:-   .    ..���; - 3  if1   �������� ���   i   Jr   ���   ,' ���      I  !i( )V_��  il  3 win honors  in music exams  Sechelt Garden Club  plans April 20 show  SECHEIaT���Members of the Sechelt.Gar- '  '   den Club agreed to support the village  council's proposal for an arboretum.      <  ' ' Plans for the April 20 flower show  were discussed and the Arts Council again  SECHELT���Three area girls, Suzanne and    agreed to display paintings.  Moira Sutherland and Karen Paetkau      ' it was noted as the spring show is* not  received honors in the recent Royal Con-    a competitive one, non-club members may  iANDY TOdSC RESIDENTS:  i  _����K    _       "      .ma    w _*I ������nC      _J_   ��� "    1  rs  -X  rtr ',_��"���  -in- ^  11/  h  ,'  :*<**.i  PHILCO COLOR television set which  was to have been raffled by Sunshine Coast Kiwanis Club was destroyed' in recent J. Harvey Department Store fire. But Harvey and Philco supplied a replacement. Here, Eve-  Valu March 16. Due to fire, the draw  has been postponed until March 30.  Anyone who bought tickets on destroyed set can redeem their stubs,  for new ones at "Super-Valu March  23. Proceeds will go towards com-  lyn(^er, left; and Rita Hincks sell   pletion of Kiwanis Senior Citizens  tickets on new set at Gibsons' Super-   Village.   Beneiits available . . .  By KATHLEEN YULL  PENDER HARBOUR���I've decided that  it's time I entered the current discussion about women's liberation.  I'm heartily in favor of the move to  insist that females are entitled to be individuals in their own right, and not mere  appendages of a male's personality. This  isn't a new feeling: I've had it since long  before the present discussion of women's  rights got underway.  But there is one aspect of the controversy with which I take issue, and that  is the insistence that we must have someone to take the blame for the less-than-  ideal condition of our sex in mid-twentieth century society. The "male chauvinist pig" is, in my opinion, nothing but  a scapegoat.  Honestly, which parent would you say  did more to delineate for you the differences between the roles desirable for  males and females? Wasn't it the female  parent?  And you know,' she did have something  to gain by this, and her male counterpart  had something to lose. She may indeed  have been denying her own, and youri  own, right to individuality���to the realization of your full human potential. She'  was just as certainly denying her mate,  and yours, some of the freedoms women  have traditionally had.  Nothing���'not a withdrawal, of male  chauvinist attitudes or anything else���  will free us of the biological law that  says women must boar the children if  there are ,o be any. But this limit to ,  our freedom also confers benefits. Giving  birth and suckling tho young may be  merely animal processes, but there are  very real mental and spiritual rewards  for a great many of our sex in these  functions. Tho only trouble Is thnt, until  tho invention of tho pill, almost all of  our sox' wcrq forced Into" tho role of  mother, willing or not.  So for a few yenrs, our freedom was  limited,  But only for a few years. In tho three  decades of my marriage, I hnvo chosen at  loast three different roles, each of which  I enjoyed enormously at tho time. I was a  housewife and mother (and satisfied my  crentlvo urgo with such things as sewing  and baking, which nro rcnlly creative and  good fun, at ��� lonst for n while), then I  wns a working woman doing a Job that  was challenging nnd enjoyable, ond finally I choso to loll at homo In unaccustomed  nnd delightful Idleness, taking courses  \ that Interested mo, trying various artistic  ondenvors, rending, communing with myself. ��� '  And momvwhllo, whero was my nlato?  Ho wns keeping his no.io to tho grindstone, providing for a family. Not for  him lho freedom to decide to stay nnd  enjoy tho Infancy of his children; not  for him tho right to throw up hla Job  ������^-Whenovorlt"'bocnmb'"t_dloua"or"ffrufltr��t-"'"  Intf, Through nil my rolo-plnylng, ho was  typo-mi continuously as tho breadwinner,  And I don't feci 1 deserve sympathy,  I, think ho does.  Olvo mo a choice, and if I had to do  H nil over, ngnln, I'd bo n female, And  while I'd doploro the degradation of my  sox In such things ns Playboy centrefolds, I wouldn't even mind tho fact that,  nt least during my youth, I was Been  hy mnlcs ns physically dcslrnblo, To be  honest, I looked nt tho men too nnd know  which were attractive to me in their male-  ness. We are dividedjinto two sex groups,  like the animals, and this arrangement  suits me just fine.  Sure,  girls, insist on your right' to  get a good education, to enter politics, to  have a career, to be recognized as individuals. But realize that to do these things  requires something from you. You must  struggle and study to qualify yourself to  take a place in the running of our world,  not just moan because our sex is not  equally represented in the highest-ranking jobs. I for one would hate to see a  situation where all our institutions bent  to the pressure of women's lib simply by  employing 'token women". Freed by the  pill, those of our sex who wish to make  the sacrifices entailed in preparing themselves for careers are free to do so. Let's  stop moaning about the way we've been  persecuted, and get ready to have outstanding candidates competing for the top  jobs in all our institutions. Competing on  an equal footing,  not  being  hired  because they are women, but because they  are the best candidates to come forward.  And the males, bless 'em���maybe in  the brave new world they'll be able to opt  for some of the cushy jobs we've monopolized, like caring for ond enjoying the  company of their young children, or work-  1 ing at something that interests them but  doesn't produce any revenue,  Chauvinism isn't, you know, a male  prerogative. It's "society" that determines tho roles which'aro established, and  , the two sexes oro equally represented in  the social establishment, Wo weren't entirely pushed into a rolo; wo withdrew  into It, too,  "servatory piano examinations.  Suzanne, 13-year old daughter of Mr.  and Mrs. Don Sutherland, received honors  in her grade VTCI exam.  James Lawless, examiner from Tor-  onto, made the following comments: j  "Bach, well controlled; Beethoven; -a  smooth technique with facile fingers and  a pleasant tonal range. Her Schuman had'  a good full tone, rhythmic with a well-  chosen tempo and her modem piece was  well-poised, steady and expressive.'"  The Sutherland's younger daughter,  Moira, received honors in her grade HI  exams. The examiner said her Bach was  well played and her sonatina had a good  staccato touch and "dynamics.  Karen, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Eric  Paetkau of. Selma Park, received honors  __in grade VI piano exam. The examiner  said that1 her Sarabande of- Handel had  good chord tone. She also has good-  rhythm and fingerwork in her modern  piece and her studies were steady and  secure.  Squaringly yours  ���by Maurice Hemat-eet  WELL, I got to admit that there is not  too much to report on the actions of  the  square dance world  on the   Sunshine Coast this past week.  As you remember, that foot or so of  white stuff, called snow, brought about '  the first time that I have ever had to cancel a square dance in the 15 years that  I have been participating in this great  field of recreation, square dancing is fun.  Yes, to be exact, in 15 years, I missed  a square dance jamboree at the Robert-  Creek Hall a few years back and due  to a health problem I had to call on good  old Harry Robertson to take over calling one night at St. Hilda's Hall in  Sechelt. So, the total of square dances  I missed, has come up to three, not bad.  At least I don't think so. It has always  been my thought, that if you join something, one should attend, it helps to  keep clubs orllany other worthwhile projects going.    >  Getting back to square dance manners, ,  here are a few more, read on.  Number four���It xis considered very  bad manners to walk through the middle  of one,square .to get to another. It is  equally as bad to bypass a square in need  of a couple. Even worse as a breach ot  etiquette, is to leave a square once you  . c L_ia_��j_hed your position in that'  ���q._aie. ii, xor any reason, you find il  necessary to leave a square, just make  a quick word of explanation before you  lake your hasty'departure.  Number five���If time permits, introduce yourself and others in the square,  -ou'li not only acquire a reputation for  _��eing friendly but you will also acquire  .nany new and interesting friends.  Number six���Listen quietly during any  and all the instructions from the caller.  If you are an average, good-hearted soul ���  and you know the call being explained,  resist the temptation to explain it to the  others in the square. Let the caller do  the teaching at that time. When the square  is set up and ready to go, the well-informed dancer will let his fellow-dancers  hear all of the professional instruction  they have come to enjoy. However, after  that tip your friends may appreciate some  help from you and it Is perfectly in order  to offer it.  Number seven���There is no acceptable excuse for rough handling of fellow  dancers- Roughness is the mark of ignorance���whether by chance or by choice���  and you will do well not to imitate even  a more experienced dancer who has  chosen to ignore this elementary rule of  proper square dance conduct,  Well, by the time you read this  column I will haVe mode a trip to the  Welcome Beach Hall. More on this trip  next week.  exhibit llowers.  President Mrs. Janet Allen showed'  slides of flowers she had taken in her  garden.  '   KELLY'S GARBAGE PSSP0SM   -  GIBSONS 886-2283  ^^^^^sz��^^^^^^^ss^^E^a:^^^ES&^^&&g3ZE3��ESS^^^E^^&%&:^^^^^^^^  _____  ASK FOR FREE CATALOGUE OF REAL ESTATE  IE (24 Hours)  Sechelt 885-2235  Vancouver 689-5838  BOX 128, SECHELT, B.C.  (E. & O.E.)  CORNER OF TRAIL AND COWRIE  I  ��  ^^^^^g^^^^&^^ssz^ssz^ss^^^s^^^sg^^^^z^E^s^m^s^^^^^s^^  E__________3-  .s_*ai^.j$���__!S.^  >TC3Sg___��__)!__^^  HOPKINS< LANDING  #3-3106  Panelled living room with red brick fireplace will catch your  eye when you see this fairly new cottage. Other features are  modem kitchen and bathroom, two bedrooms, and lovely sundeck.  Driveway on to property which is two lots, plenty of room. An  ideal retirement home, close to store and P.O. etc. $32,500.00  full price. JACK WHITE 886-2935 eves.  3 BEDROOM VIEW HOME - NEAR NEW #?-��,96  1148 sq. ft. of luxury home, living room is 19'8"xl3 3 plus  dining, plus nook in kitchen. All wall to wall except bath and  kitchen. Fireplace up and down, 2 bedrooms up. 1 in ground level  full basement. The view is GREAT. $43,000. financing very  possible. PETER SMITH eves 885-9463.  4.25 ACRES - GIBSONS ..u.#2*310  Lovely,   level,  beautifully treed  acreage.  fe^rviced  with  hydro.  Drive by and see the sign. Full price $23,500. LEE R. BROWN  885-2985 eves. s  LARGE VIEW LOT - SELMA PARK - #3-085  173'x62' with access lane at rear of property. In an area of nice  homes with view of Georgia Strait. Lovely building site, all services available. Full price $11,000. Pat Murphy 885-9487 eves.  WATERFRONT - 1  BEDROOM HOME #3-020  Boaters - boat in to your home in this lovely bay, and walk into  this delightful log home, or drive to the property. 100 feet of  beach, 374 foot depth. Electric furnace, stone fireplace, sundecfc  Vendor considers .terms on full price of $37,650.00. PETER  SMITH 885-9463 eves.  TREMENDOUS VIEW LOTS _.,--_.-_.,*\9'2'c 'I  West Sechelt - two to choose from at only $12,000 full price. Each  lot is approx. 80 ft. on Mason Road, with about 150 feet of  depth Water and electricity by application. Note these lots have  / restrictions to enhance the value. Details? BOB KENT, evenings  885-9461.  YOUR notice board is now ready for  ��� your small advertisements. We will  also be pleased to assist your group or  organization by placing their "coming  events" prominently thereon anytime.  Miss Bee's,  Secholt.  INTERIOR INVESTMENT __, _ ?3"Ji..  Here's your chance to place a nest egg in another basket. 5.61  acres of fine Cariboo land. Overlook McLeese Lake Motel-Resort  or? Taxed low and priced right. Over 600 feet of Highway frontage for only $15,000 full price. ROBERT KENT eves. 885-9461,  WEST SECHELT WATERFRONT - First Time Offered #3-093  Large remodlled home on 99.8' waterfront, has 5 bdrms., large  llvlrva and dining areas, electric furnace, brick fireplace. This  merit-a good'took. FuTprice $55,000. DON HADDErT 805-9504  evenings.  ROBERTS CREEK ACREAGE *2'��lfr  Hurry! Hurryl See this level five acre parcel on a side road near  Boach Drive zoned R2 and not In Agricultural Reserve. Within  &na.Waternsorvlce area; could.J^^ff^^l^  $27,500.00 some torms possible. JACK WHITE oves, 886-2935.  CLEARED LOTS WITH VIEW - DAVIS BAY #3-058, 59  Both have panoramic view of gulf with hydro, water and cable-  vision by Large lot is 142'x135' for $21,000. Regular lot 87.9x  109.8' for $10,500. Both are excellent building sites. PETER  SMITH 885-9463 evenings or DON HADDEN 885-9504 eves.  ORANGE ROAD #11-3-107  A grand view from this 4.6 acre holding, mostly cleared. NeW  fences and some cross fences, too. Cute little Gothic Arch type  home, licenced water supply. Several outbuildings. $37,500 F.P.  JACK WHITE.eves. 886-2935.  PANORAMIC VIEW LOTS - DAVIS BAY #3-032/33  2 loft - wooded lots - clear to your requirements and keep trees.  65x152, or 75x131  feet, ono Is comor lot. All sedvlcos.  Full  price $14,000.00. PETER SMITH eves 885-9463.  WATERFRONT LOT /19-3-117  Waterfront lot waiting for you to  build your dream houso. Located In  West Sechelt. has easy access from  road, gontle slope to poach Not a  cliff hanger. Full price $30,000 cash.  Don Hadden, 885-9504.  -'.2____i____S,  HOME 8, BUSINESS *3"'J��,  High upon a hill sits thl�� beautiful  homo, hoatcd pool and separate bus-  Inoss premises. All on approx, 6 acres  of park-llko land. With business solid-���  |y established. Yes. Its $195,000 full  prlco.  BOB  KENT ovos.  885-9461,  TUWANEK  ��� LARGE WOODED  LOT #3-120  Summor homo lot In Tuwanek. 75x  113, water near. Boat launch minutes  away, Gontlo slope/ easy accoss, not a  rock pllo. Excellont holding property,  or own uso, and priced at $6,250.00  cash. PETER SMITH ovos -85-9463.  NEW HOME -  ROBERTS CREEK #3-083  Now 2 bedroom homo, Largo living  room, wall to wall carpet. Electric  hoot with separate room controls.  Lots of cupboard spaco. In kitchen.  This homo qualifies for Government  2nd mortpago of $5,000, This could  be your down payment for bank financing, Full price $29,500.00. LEE  R.  BROWN 085-2905 ovos.  I;-.:  A*  SECHELT AGENCIES DATE PAD  EVERY DAY ��� Phone "Tiny" Bob for tho lowest priced  Residential Fire Insurance Policy ��� 885-2235 (24 hours)  eE_SB0_B_______-BD_BD_B00BI3E____lJMB_BtTO_  EVERY MONDAY���1:45 p.m., Community Hall Roberts Creek,  Elphinstone Now Horizons carpet bowling, cards & films.  EVERY TUESDAY, 7:30 p.m., Secholt Legion Hall, Secholt TOPS Club,  new members wolcome. '  EVERY WEDNESDAY���8:00 p.m., Bingo, now Loglon Building, Sechelt.  EVERY WEDNESDAY���2 p.m. Senior Swinger, Old Loglon Hall, Sechelt  EVERY WEDNERDAY���8 p.m. Introductory Lecture on Trancondontal  Meditation. I.M.S, Centre, Gibsons,  EVERY THURS.���8:00 p.m., Bingo, Pendor Harbour Community Hall.  THURS,.aftornoons "TOPS" meeting at Public Health Centre, 1:30-3:00  EVERY FRIDAY ��� Gibson's United Church Women's Thrift Shop, 1 -3  p.m. In United Church basement,  Mar> 21-r7:30 p,m. Wolcome Beach Hall. Film show P.8.0, Cruises,  Mo., 22���11 a.m. Wilson Creek Community Centre Coffee Party.  Mari 29���0:00 p.m., annual general meeting, Pender Harbour Credit  Union, Sunshine Inn, Garden Bay. Roast Beef dinner 6:30 pm,  Tickets $2.00.  Apr. 3 ���8 p.m. Sechelt Garden Club/ St. Hilda's Hall, Sechelt.  Apr> ,20���2-4 p.m. Socholt Garden Club Spring Show, St. Hilda's Hall,  .' . .1 ..:   Sochelt,   .���.      ..      . ,    ..  ASK FOR OUR FREK CATALOGUE OF REAL ESTATE  '��  DOLPHIN STREET,  SECHELT #3-063  Try your offer on this four bedroom  home In-Immaculato condition, .lovoly  oarden. Convenient to shopping ore.  Only five year* old. $35,000,00 on  IIVU   YBUia   vi.M.    aup��jV��..��  term*. JACK WHITE evos.  HOME ON ACREAGE -  WILSON CREEK '3-090  Original design In this 3 bedroom  home. Loft .unfinished for buyer to  finish to his ��>wn taste. Looks out over  beautiful creek. 1560 sq. ft. Must be  seen. Full prlco $79,000.00. LEE R.  BROWN   oves  005-2905.  "���y-tW.VhT^, ;u^-mj^. J-45Ufa-_-_jii--------J EFFECTIVE APRIL 15. 1974 S.M.T. COACH LINES LTD. WILL  -     CEASE ROUTING ALL SCHEDULE 8USES ON  THE  REDROOFFS ROAD  This Service will be discontinued, until such time os the,  Redrooffs Road is brought up to standard  GIBSONS���Village council is determined  to carry, on.its fight for estabUshment  of a provincial government office in Gibsons to issue motor vehicle licences and  Autoplan insurance.  And. aldermen are angered that super-,  intendent of' motor' vehicles Ray Hadfield does "not feel it necessary," although  he apparently favored the idea of renting  premises for the purpose in the municipal  hall.   .     '        *  In a letter submitted to council's March  12 meeting, Hadfield said: "I know you  are fully aware that we have made an  arrangement with the ' Sunshine Coast  Credit IJnion in Sechelt to carry on full  issuance facilities for this branch.  "With that arrangement having been  made,' I do not feel it necessary for us  OUTA SIGHT���is one way of descnb- branches on the tall bees on the 75-  ng this Norburn Electric 92-foot giraf- unit housing development. Admini-  fe, the liallest in B.C., which is- trim- ^ strator Gilbert Joe said the develop-  ming branches on Sechelt Indian ment, catering to component homes,  band's Mission Point Reserve. The will have all underground services,  giraffe was   commissioned  to   cut   Harbor eltluent ...  to make additional arrangements with  any other firm or group in the Sechelt-  Gibsons area."  He said, however, that if council wanted, to continue ~ providng the service at  the'municipal hall,'"I am certainly-inclined to give that favorable consideration."  Council discussed dropping the licence  . and insurance function. shortly before  Autoplan was introduced because' of the  heavy workload- the new insurance  scheme would place on municipal staff.  But rather than force Gibsons residents to travel to Sechelt for this service,  aldermen offered to rent premises to the  Insurance Corporation of B.C. to house  its' own issuance agency.  Hadfield visited Gibsons to view the  proposed ICBC premises and seemed impressed, aldermen felt.  "Hadfield seemed favorable to the  situation and decided to look at it closely," said Aid. Winston Robinson.  Aid. Ted Hume said: "If we let it go,  it, would 'be disservice to the citizens.  ���They woukjl--have to go to Sechelt to get  their licences."  He felt,,*-the village should carry on'  the licence'and insurance function .and, at  the same time, "press the government to  get facilities in Gibsons."  - Aid. Kurt Hoehne felt it strange that  Hadfield had seemed favorably impressed  by   council's  offer  of  premises  for  an  For Further Information, contact  SJVLt. Crash Lines Ltd.  8665 Barnard Street, Vancouver. 14, B.C.  Phone: 261-1321  IUUM-UU-��l��-ll_H��l-l��-B��U-MMII-Uni.ll--_��MII-��UIIMU-��IB��_U._IMBUUUU��--JI_l��llMU_l_IUUUMUJ|BU_UMU-  APRIL 15th TO 21ft - ENROLL NOW ��  -g-m��MMMHMaMMMM��WM��MM-t.TMiri..rMMlrM��-r^^  For full details, contact Ross Lind at 885-2305  mm/mm  KVimMtfMtt^.--^  NOBODY knows who owns the land of  British Columbia.  That's right. Incredible as it may  seem, the land registry offices in this  province have no record of the origin  of land owners, said Don Lockstead, MLA  Twenty years ago people seeking tor icBC^offioe anTthen riven"the agency  register ownership of land had to declare    ^ the SunsMne Coast Credit Union  l..��U..-ll-----  MB_----��__B----��--llll--_M-��*-��---------.B.  GIBSONS���Village council supported a  bid by Gibsons Wildlife Club to encourage the government to control the  discharge of raw sewage into the sea.  John Hind-Smith, chairman of the  club's conservation committee wrote: "At  the present time, there is no legislation,  either provincial or federal, to cover this  situation.  "It does seem quite incongruous that  coastal municipalities spend considerable  sums of money to install secondary treatment plants to process their effluent and  then have the whole effect of their effort-  nullified by the dumping of raw .sewage  from boats,' sometimes in concentrated  areas such as Gibsons harbor."  ,..^nd-_|ni_th. (said . that, plriyate .boat.  owners were not the only offenders.  "B.C/ Ferries have holding tanks, but  apparently these are discharged into  Howe Sound when they are well out  from the shore. This seems to be the  equivalent of sweeping the dust under  the carpet and hoping it will not be  seen."  He hoped that Gibsons council would  apply some pressure to rectify the situation.  Mayor Larry Labonte suggested that  council should write to harbor and wharfs  , director Charles Brooks and Don' Lockstead, MLA requesting the installation  of sewage dumping tanks for local boat  owners.  "We should see what we can do to  push some kind of sanitary condition at  the wharf," he said.  Aid. Bill Laing said the request should  be in the "strongest terms," with copies  ( going to Harry Olaussen, MP and the  ' fisheries department.  Hume recalled that Gibsons council  had submitted a resolution to the Union of  B.C. Municipalities urging adequate control of raw effluent.  "We should carry on the fight," he  said.  Yellow fever outbreak  reported in Panama  DEATHS  have recently  occurred from  yellow fever in Panama. Anyone travelling from Canada to Panama, through  the Panama canal or landing there in  transit elsewhere is advised to have yellow fever vaccination, cautioned Dr. Ali-  stair Thores, medical health officer, Coast-  Garibaldi.  This is given by the federal health  authorities in Canada. .Vancouver and  Victoria are the only places in B.C. where  it is available and prior arrangements  have to be made for dt well before travel.  The local health unit office will advise  you how to go ^bout getting it if required,  he said. (<?  Malasia, Angola, Malawi and parts *of  Indo-China have notified cholera outbreaks and travellers to or through those  areas should be immunized. /  IfiliaiilMiaiiaaiaaaiuaiaaiiaaiiiaiiaiaiaiaaaiaaaaiaiiiaaaiii^aMBit^  whether they were British subjects or not,  but the previous government dropped the  practice, he said.  Now whole downtown areas, huge  ranching areas, miles of lakefront are foreign owned but not registered that way.  "Rich foreigners drive land places up  to levels Canadians can't compete with,  and the time is in sight when Canadians  will be mere tenants in what used to  be their own country.  'That's why    Karen    Sanford,   NDP  MLA, Comox, brought in an, act to amend .  the Land Registry Act."  The act seeks to establish the practice.'  of haying landowners, declare, whether,;  they are..Canadian citizens,,or not. That '.  way there' is an inventory of who 'owns'.  what. '   . - ',';  The act then states that people (and';  companies) who buy land cannot register |  it unless they can show proof of Canadian >  citizenship or  landed immigrant statu^. j  . .It's a, private member^ bill, not a go;vi.l__  ernment bill, but other provincial governments of all political colors across Canada  are looking into this serious question of  foreign land ownership, said Lockstead.  "without even seeing us again about our  offer."  On the motion of Hume, council agreed 'to send a "strong" letter to Hadfield  requesting a review of the situation.'  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BOX 213 I  1 Hallmarfc-Coutta cardt and wrappings, 3  : Fine Bnglbh china cup* and Mucara. 5  ���   DeuHqua Kami, local artbta pointings.    |  tlillMllllllillllllllllllllllllllllllllUIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIUIilKIlM  o  A NEW  SUNSHINE COAST  BUILDING SERVICE  O CONCRETE PUMPING SERVICE  vSuilaina Codtd   wjM  ower*  uoui*  ^^ @)  886-7417  by  calling  886-9890  *pa*ma^**nm��mi4amim,m.m***+wm��*^��+*B^��m*** M��* M*+* m mm*%a tn,b�� fri-nnp* �� ��u��^  ������>       *       , -   i r��-  ��_WMMUMMMMMII>lliMIIMIIMMUWI��'-IIMIiyil��IIIMMMMWa^^  TheP__ninsui_ii^^gI'  ' / may fee wo/ijj, Awf 7 shall not be so wrong as to fail to say what I believe to be right." '  ���John Atkins  A H. Alsgard, Publisher  Richard T.,Proctor, "Managing Editor  Letters to the Editor are the opinions of readers, and not necessarily those of The Times. A  nom-de-plume may bemused for publication, but all originah must be signed by the writer.  SMT Coach Lines plan to cancel its  Redrooffs Road run April 15 should  be met by a loud outcry by the residents  and not just from Redrooffs Road.  - There axe several hundred residents  on Redrooffs Road who depend on the  bus. We feel that SMT's statement,  "This service will be discontinued until.  such time as the Redrooffs Road /is  brought up to standard," is merely a red  herring. We have a sneaking .suspicion  that SMT, now that it's moved its corporate headquarters to Vancouver, is  not concerned about serving the Sunshine Coast anymore" and that it would  like 'to concentrate on the lucrative  charter business and stop completely the  rather minor (to them) but important  (to us) runs from Vancouver to Powell  9t  River. ,'  Why else would the bus drop its  Redrooffs run, where the people are?  How many passengers live on the main  highway? What is to stop SMT from  dropping the Lower Road run or from  stopping in Madeira Park or, other way-  points?  Sunshine Coast residents who are  concerned about transportation to. this  community (and that should include  everybody) should send their protests to  SMT Coach Lines, 8665.Barnard St.,  Vancouver 14 or phone 261-1321. Send  a copy of your protest .to Don Lockstead, MLA, Parliament Building, Vit>  toria and to the Public Utilities Commission, Motor Carrier Branch, 1740  West Georgia St., Vancouver.  President clarifies times  planned for ice. curling  from the Sunshine .Coast regional board  to do an independent study of the area  with a view to preparing a. report on  Editor   The Times "i recommendations for future planning on  Sir: We are happy to see' that there  *��"* Sunshine Coast.*  has been so much enthusiasm generated The report which they came up with  in the community over the initial stages    has. been in the hands of the board for  FOLLOWING one of Autoplan's full- Driving a little fast nets him three  ; page adds- appearing in The Times    points; running a stop light nets a couple  and every other newspaper in the prov-    of more points and so it goes. A driver  ince, one of our readers came to the  office and said, "A few-months ago, I  couldn't ��� even spel enshoorence comp-  pany and now I own .one." -  He is- referring, of course, to the  motto of Aufloplan, "Your insurance  company." That's a dubious distinction at  best. Apparently everybody, in British  Columbia is supposed to own a piece  of Autoplan... and they ought to the  way the corporation is gouging motorists.  Overcharging on insurance rates; they  won't meet the asking rates of body  shops; they paid sky-high prices for land  for claims offices and now, they charge  at least $10 annually for every licensed  driver in the province plus the regular  driver's licence fee of $5 every five  years. That's not all. If drivers have had  tickets and accrued demerit points the  cost to that driver rises dramatically.  The driver does not have to necessarily  have been involved in an accident to get  this little extra fine he merely has to  have disobeyed traffic laws and been  caught.  may have caused a very serious accident  where somebody.has been killed and  unless he is cited his insurance rates  don't increase and neither does his so-  called insurance certificate, which will  remain at $10. But the poor guy who  gets caught driving 40 mph in a 30 mph  zone gets three points on his licence. Another three points and his insurance  certificate jumps $36 to a total of $46.  A driver with nine points gets hammered $91? And so it goes each year.  But, says benevolent Autoplan, the demerit points drop annually by three so the  fee is cut accordingly. -  "Fair is fair" says the ad.  It's a darn nice way to raise more  money for the Insurance Corporation of, activities in their school recreation pro  in the development of your arena, as demonstrated by our debenture sales and  generous donations from the businesses  and industry.  However, there appears to be some.,  misunderstanding regarding the public  use of-the facility. Our intention is to  make maximum use of the arena ice,  so that the revenues from the facility will  balance the expenses.  Our proposed schedule provides curling ice-from 7 p.m. Monday until Thurs- ,  day at 11 p.m. each week. We .can accommodate 48 curlers at each draw, so with  two draws each evening from 7 o'clock-  9 p.m. and 9 p.m:-ll p.m., we can provide  curling for 384 league curlers. There will  be curling ice available for rent to groups  such as senior citizens, students and the  ��� public during hours When league curling  is not being carried on.  At present we have over 200 family  members' so it would appear that the lea-<j  gue curling will be filled. There is a  -possibility of having three, draws per  night by starting a little earlier, should  there be sufficient curlers to make that  necessary. There will be aii' 85x50' ice  surface available for skating activities at  all times. Our manager "feels this surface  will be ideal for skating instruction to  beginners and small-fry hockey players.  By giving the younger players ice time  during the week, we can provide mores  ice time for the older children on Friday,  Saturday and Sunday, when the whole  85x200 ice surface will be available for  skating activities.  SCHOOLS APPROACHED  The School Board and teaching staffs  have been approached regarding skating  B.C. at the expense of the driver. At  $10 each, the certificate, fees will raise  $13,500,000.00 annually for B.C.'s 1.3  million drivers, plus the penalty fees of  having demerit points on your driver's  licence.  Fair's fair indeed.  gj  m  plies: "Well young man, when our decision committee meets in 1980, possibly  I'll see* what they think about it.'"  We can.only hope that our regional  directors are farther seeing than that  character.  The B.C. program is phased over the  next five or six years. We must act now.  Times gone by  March  21,  1973���-Jo  Small's    poster  won the Sea Cavalcade contest. Joe  received $150 and her entry will be  library boards will be an integral part permanently, displayed on the Sunshine  of the political structure of regional gov-    Coast Queen.  ernment in British Columbia." Disenchanted young people, tired by  The B.C. plan calls for total cover-    being  rebuffed  from    joining Roberts  age of the province by 11 library sys-    Creek Community Association, decided  terns. All public and university, some    to form their own community group to  special and. all government libraries are   be known as Coast Family Society.,  to be involved in a province-wide in- Ed Cuylits, district planner, anno-  formation  network on  a bibliographic    unced that a wilderness area alongside  "SURELY nowhere else in Canada will  library systems be known by such  haunting names as Sunshine Coast-  Squamish, Kootenay and Peace River-  Stikine."  That statement is from Quill and  Quire, the bible of the book trade, and  refers to British Columbia's comprehensive program fox librlary development. The article, by Al Bowron, Quill  and Quire's library, consultant, is high  on the praise of the program which will,  he said, be based on the existing regional district levels of government.  "This means that the regional district  centre and a provincial resource centre  in Victoria maintained by the provincial  government, The Vancouver public lib-  ,  rary will act as the resource centre for  the Lower Mainland,  When the plan is fully operational,  according' to Bowron, any resident of  B.C. will be able to visit a branch or  an academic or a designated special library, and legally obtain free access to the  library and information resources of the  whole province, The 11 public library  systems will receive prpvincial money in  the form of establishment, operating and  special grants,  Now here's the rub, as far as, existing libraries arc concerned; These grants  will favor larger service units and thoso  which have achieved and maintained the  required minimum standards, Provincial  funds will be denied areas,which are in  ���a position to join a system and do not,,  The Sunshine Coast Regional District  Is in a position tq form the nucleus of a  library system and it needn't bo costly.  Directors refused to adopt tlio function  to date but they should give it very  serious consideration. As it-stonds now, *  wo don't have a decent library anywhere  on the Sunshine Coast, Wc must have  u good wprking system, ,  Regional- district directors (can bo  likened to tho cartoon character, which  accompanied the Quill and Qulro article,  In a scries of frames, it starts, off  with Bob Davison, director of the B.C.  Library Commission addressing a dour,  pcrslmonious local library board chairman. Davison says; "Join our provincial  development and wo will give you money,  lovely money���-what sny you?"  ��\nd tho parsimonious character re?   _;,THEPiEm^  Published Wednosdnyn nt Swhelt .  on B.C'i Sunshine Cowl        '  "'���''���'"���'��� "���" ��>y '          V'  , Powell River New* Town Crier  Scche|l Times Ltd.  Box 310TScchclt,'B.C; "  Scctult 885-9654 or 885-2635  Olbsons 886-2121  Subscription Roles: (In ndvance)  Load, $7 per yenr. Beyond,35 miles, $8  U.S.A., $10, Oversew $11.  grams. The -arena will be available to  them on Fridays on a rental basis. We can  offer very well qualified instruction in  the person of Don Phillips, our manager,  who has set .up school programs in other  communities.  Friday and Sunday nights the arena  will be open for public skating. Saturday  and Sunday will be used for minor hockey  and figure skating.  Adult hockey can be carried on' at  later hours Friday and Saturday evenings.  These skating activities will be charged  for at as reasonable a rate as our financial position will allow. The arena will  be open to the public on a first-come-  first served basis" for all skating activities.  For their financial support, which has  made the rink possible, Class A mem-  ��� bers -will receive a $25 per year reduction in their fees.  This proposed schedule might vary  during Christmas and Easter holidays  when the "children should have full use  of the ice. In return the curlers will be  holding bonspiels on a few weekends during the year. I. would like to .correct a  statement made in the paper recently regarding summer use. The arena'can be  used during the summer for ice activities  such as skating and hockey .schools or -  bonspiels, but will only be used if the  revenue from these activities will meet  all expenses.  QUESTIONAIRES  We will send questionalres to all  members and the community in the near  .future so that our program can be finalized and a fee structure set up. We would  ask that all people who are contemplating, buying debentures do so soon, so  that we can plan our activities more accurately. The more people who use the  arena the lower the fees will be.  We have discussed our proposed schedule with the various officials of the  government agencies which are providing  ' a major portion of the funding of the  building, and, they, felt that our proposal  was excellent and provided public use  by their' definitions. They have proven  this by their approval in principal of our  grant applications.  The assurance has been given us that  when the use warrants it, further grants  will be available to provide a separate;  curling rink, so that more ice time will  bo available for skating. The building  has. boon" designed to facilitate expansion  In.tho future.  Construction was hold up briefly by  the recent snowfall, but we expect to  mako up the lost time In tho next week;  or so, Local labor ,ls being-used as much  as possible. Several local .subtrados havo  some months now and would appear, to  an unprofessional eye like mine to be  very comprehensive and well thought out,'  presenting as it does three alternatives  that could be considered'in the development of future planning.  ,Last month a young man, ��� Mr. Bill  Morton, who had .been connected with  the production of v this report, returned  to the area to try and prove an hypothesis for use in his doctoral dissertation^ This'  hypothesis was rather unusual in that  it took the form of a negative view, his  idea being that the, report had been a  complete waste of time and effort1 and  was likely to finish up in some dusty corner, forgotten and never used, in the  same manner as many of these reports,  either offical or otherwise, do.  At last month's meeting of the regional board at least one member admitted  that, far" from reading the report, he did  not even know of its existence until Mr.  Morton told him about it. No other director made any comment at the time but  it could be asked, how many of the others ,were not aware of it either?  I think��Mr. Morton hopes to prove  his theory wrong but just a little incident like that goes quite a way to prove  him correct.  The regional board has the power to  use this report, which cost a minimal a-  mount to produce, and it is the sincere  hope of the writer that Mr. Morton'will  be proved wrong but "I have a sneaking  suspicion that this will not be the case.  Having hadyf quite a long conservation  with him, I believe him to be quite convinced that he can prove his point.  So, now, it's up to the board to prove  otherwise.  JOHN HIND-SMITH  Box 541, Gibsons  PS. I would like to point out that originally I had no intention of putting this  in the local paper, but since the policy  of the regional board regarding the handling of letters received has made it unlikely that the board, in general, would  be made aware of its contents, ;I decided  that this would be'the only way to be  reasonably sure that the letter would be  read and acted upon by everyone concerned.'  i  Beachcombers "garbage"  Editor, The Times  Sir: Re: viewer survey on the TV series The Beachcombers (Sunshine Coast-  "ings March 13).-���    I,was utterly shocked to see that approximately five per cent of the viewing  ��� audience   would   choose   to  watch   this  abysmal garbage, but I think I have an  explanation.  It is not so much- that a lack of critical facilities;: it is simply that~the proportion of the population is fresh from  the prairies and doesn't yet know any  better.  R. E. HAMMOND  Gibsons  Page B-2 The Peninsula Times  Wednesday/ March: 20, 1974  crimination between,v male' and female  nursing assistants was ended-by. raising  the salary-of one to the other, rather than  ject   the  proposed .tentative  agreement.  To   us   achieving  excellence   in any'  field -> means    becoming.  knowledgeable '  through education as well as experience. ���  If the government wishes to end monetary discrimination in all areas of earn-'  -ing, regardless of learning or responsibility (teachers, hot line hosts,, doctors,  MLAs, waitresses, reporters, .check-out  clerks/ mechanics, lawyers) we concur.  But until that "day'comes we nurses  absolutely affirm that our. profession re-  by eliminating the higher category.   '  ��� Al Horsman, Ll Dunne, V. Morri-  , son,vB. Stewart, K. Clark, J: Bandi,  M.. Richter, E. Herman," Q. Dandy.  Second floor nurses at St. Mary's Hospital  Why don't they?  TO ADD, to. the list (or remove items)  call The Times at 885-9654, 885-  2635, 886-2121 or write Box 310, Sechelt.  WHY DONT THEY? ���  , ���Put a traffic signal at Wharf Street  and Highway 101?  ���Make junk car dealers fence their  lots?   '  ,   ���Build house doorways wide enough  for wheelchairs?  ���Allot some ground floor suites'in'  apartment. buildings  to  have facilities  suitable for persons confined to wheelchairs. '  ���Make a place outside stores to  tie dogs?  Are streakers proud?  Editor, The,Times' -'*>',  Sir:> If- "streakers" are so proud of  their entire bodies, why do you support  that they are too cowardly to show their  faces? Why not join a nudist colony and  use the sun and fresh air to the advantage of spirit, mind and body?  Personally, I'm too old to be thrilled  by this latest fad and I am sorry the media gives it so much publicity.  I presume it will last-as long as the  Watergate affair and will end with the  same inevitable results.  DOROTHY GREENE   Highway 101?  RR 1, Halfmoon Bay ' ,    ,  ���Put a warning sign at Davis Bay  signifying dangerous curve for southbound vehicles? ,   y  ���Why don't they, allow permanent  residents two free return trips to the  Sunshine Coast, every month?  ���Why don't they put a 40 mph zone  from Sechelt village through to the end  of the populated area in West Sechelt?  ���Build  an athletic track for running?  -i-Put a blacktop bicycle path on  Complain to postmaster  ii newspaper is late  Editor, The Times ,  Sir: Can anything be done to have my  copy of The Times arrive on Fridays as  it used to?  It is  now  arriving on  Mondays  or  later.  Im interested in buying some property on the Sunshine Coast. I frequently  find the worthwhile parcels have sold on  the weekend before I even hear of them.  ROBERT S. WELLS  102-678 W. 45th Ave. Vancouver.  EDITOR'S NOTE: The Times regrets  the delay to reader Wells and other subscribers who receive, their newspaper later than previously. The Times is put in  the post office at Sechelt every Wednesday morning as it always has���we have  never missed a deadline. If readers are  not receiving their papers within a reasonable time they should take their complaint to their local postmasters. The  Times cannot control the' newspaper after  it has been deposited in the post office.  ���Realize that driving 30 m.p.h. in  a 50 m.p.h. zone is dangerous? Also,  driving 50 m.p.h. in a 30 m.p.h. zone  is dangerous.  ���Keep the public lavatory open in  Gibsons?  ���Put a sidewalk on Cowrie between Trail and Shornfcliffe?  ���Fill- in the potholes on Teredo  Street?  ���Make theatre owners stop showing  x-rated coming attractions at general run  shows?  ���Keep girlie magazines off the  lower shelves?  ���Sponsor litterathons instead of  walkathons?  ���   ���Give rebate to people who pay  water rates ahead of time?  .   ���Put guard rails at Trout Lake?  THURSDAY, March 28th, 1974, is our  Second Birthday. There will be a little  notebook and a little shortbread given to  all our good customers on that day. Welcome to all. Miss Bee's, Sechelt.  two  Sakinaw Lake has been approved by  the provincial government.  Diphtheria immunization for all, has  been urged by medical health director,  Dr. D. L. Gemmill.  Mnrcli 19,1969���Sechelt school trustees  okayed a pilot project to assist in  the integration of Indian children to tho  school system.  Some 80 persons turned out for tho  Sunshine Coast Lions Club's fifth annual charter night and banquet.  Elphinstone^ unable to handle 700  Students, will switch to the shift system  in September, said ,R. R. Hanna, superintendent!       '  March 18, 1964���Oil-soaked water  birds were rescued by Elphinstone Secondary ��� students "������ when vice-principal  Don Montgomery's biology class searched the beaches around Gibsons and  brought in grebes, cormorants and ducks,  The birds wore victims of oil seepage  from a sunken barge,  ���;������ Leni Larson and Mark Myers, both    lndlcatod thoy wish to bid on tholr res-  of Madeira Park, were elected trustees,   pccuvo trades. Wo will bo asking tov vol-   not only for one's own acta-but for tho  ,��0L, South. xcnder���^ herself  The lot adjoining the RCMP pro-   in tho near future, ��� (aides) arid her patlonta also-even If sho  Our executive  and management aro s.,is not 'present? ,,  very strong In people who havo boon in- !      In   Us stated  intention  to  improvo  volvcd with minor athletics, scouting and   health services in B.C. ono hopefully as  community ��� affairs, so wo fool tho young " - ���     -  people will bo well looked after,  Tho need for a facility ouch m this,  ha. boon demonstrated by tho amount of  public reaction to tho Initial stagoii of  development,  Wo hope that this enthusiasm, will bo  directed in a positive manner ,and will  ho In tho way of constructive Huggestion,  Tho administration of your facility  wnnts to come as closo as possible to providing tho services you deslro, Wo hopo  tho community will realize tho number  of different uscb that can bo associated  with an lco arena.  ' *  Wo can only hopo to���fintlRfy* tho majority opinion.  TJhank you!  QORDON DIXON  r Proaldont,  Sunnhlno Const  Recreation Association  Nurses dispute involves  more than wage question  Editor, The Times  Sir: Re: Why registered nurses are  taking strike votes in hospital contract  disputes:  For more ia at stake than monetary  discrimination against the registered nurses.  Acceptance of the present proposal  could greatly influence the future of the  nursing profession.  For, if a'person (especially a youth,  eager for freedom and Independence)  choosing a career can���  (a) Receive a minimum of $749.75 a  months ' >'''     , , v    ��� ���   ''  (b) by training for one year (6r in  times or arena of- shortages little moro  than on the Job);  (c) with no responsibility on tho Job  ������not even for one's own performance, Is  ho or sho likely to chooso a career where  ho or she���  (a) will receive a minimum of $815 a  month;  (b)' by, training a minimum  of  ��years at ono'a own expense;  (c) for a position which makepi ono  responsible (to tho point of being llablo))  Highway 101, Madeira Park �� 883-2377  L^abi  are  t  everu,  Weekend  Fri. 9 pm-2 am �� Sat. 9 pm-1 am �� Adm. $1.25  ^jip_lMJ^m��^_.JiM>WW"i!J mi 1 ll HI) IILJ.IUI  ^ *& i_rfWW v ^J^X^2 __} iSt**  .-_.���__������__^._���___.. -^..-L^ .��� .,..������._-., .. .;-_ .. .|j��.  ^SSSSfSr^^smrvmtfmmfmm  jfrrTTU T^iir^ rf  Ll i&li-i^] ������T.-aglairaaTftiV.;  ^ta-t-wJ-a-ajBa  wmmtmevfBmm*.  -^g-affig-B-i  Serving the area from Port Mellon to Egmont   obtain p r 1 o r permission In order to  (Howe Sound to htvts inlet) ^^ or rC!prCscnt a delegation.  rw-rnivvvwaavvw����vwwvwiinooaw��-#<��vwvvvw_vwi��vvv>o-rt  pcrty' has been purchased for the new  liquor store for Sechelt, said H. B, Gordon, agent,  A locnl store advertised largo grnde  A eggs for 39 cents a dozen,  Councils, boards  meeting times  HOARDS and municlpnl councils hold  public meetings nt the following times  and places,  ��� Gibsons village council; municipal  linll,~2ncl nnd/lth "Tuesdays;7 p.mr ^ -  ��� Sechelt school board, Gibsons,  2nd and 4th Thursdays', 7:30 (Above  Kruse Drug Store.)  ��� Secholt vlllago council; municipal  hall, 1U and 3rd Wcdncsditys, ,7:30.  ��� Surishlrtc Const ^Regional bonrd*.  Davis Bay, last Thursday of each month,  Members of tho public may attend   lies in dust-laden corner  any of these meetings but generally must    E(Utor| t^ T|mcn  Blr: Lnst year a group of students from  UDC asked for, and rccolycd,, permission  uumes tho goal Is the quality of health  caro,  Wo understand and sympathize with  thq dilemma created when tho wage dis-  Report on Sunshine Coast  TOTEM CLUB  FHIDAYS, E;0O p.m.  INDIAN HALL.  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We have very qualified people here to answer your  letters^ complaints, suggestions, and praises.   ,  They are the heart of our organization, because they  tell us what you tell them. And that's, when .we go into  action. Changing, modifying, adjusting:,. responding to  the needs of British Columbians. That's what public  insurance is all about��� public responsibility and  responsiveness, So, let us have it!  a��H-M_W��_  INSURANCE CORPORATION ii OF BRITISH COIUMBIA  ,    your insurance company March 31 extension    Howe  allowed homeowners   ���J���  mgs  EXTENSION to March 31 has been allow-  - ed for application of homeowner  grants, said Don Lockstead, MLA.  iLockstead said that an.order-m-coun-  cil has been passed to allow the. extension, "because there are extenuating circumstances with many of these applications and because there is often no fault  on the part of the applicant, it has been  decided to allow an extension."  Lockstead continued:' "The municipalities Which handle homeowner grants will  be informed of this and all delinquent  applications will be forwarded to Victoria for approval."  Por further information, interested  persons .should contact:' Harry Rounds,  provincial administrator; Homeowner assistance branch, 827 Fort St., Victoria,  387-3560.  Hospital society-plans  annual general meeting  SECHELT���The annual' general meeting  of  St.  Mary's  Hospital. Society  will  be held Wednesday,' April 3 at 7:30 at  the old Legion Hall.  Only paid-up members of the society  will be allowed to vote at the meeting.  "HAVE show���will travel!" For the past  two weeks, getting the show on the  road has been the> main preoccupation'of  the Driftwood Players:  On. Monday, March 4, the whole com-'  pany was on the-go, at a very unfashionable hour; people and props were speed-'  ing along' the road between Gibsons and  Sechelt. Costumes, crowns and kings;'sets,  swords and scenery were all going to the  gym of the Sechelt Elementary School to  do two productions of the' pantomime  Sunshine Kingdom for the students: one  in the morning and one in the afternoon.  The following. Monday, th�� routine  was much the same, except that the first  performance was at Roberts Creek Elementary School, and the afternoon show  at Pender Harbour Secondary School.  The pantomime has now been produced 12 times, in six different halls. Adjusting to different backstage facilities,  different ways of making entrances and  exits and different audiences, can be confusing and a little unnerving (especially  first thing in the morning). On the positive side, however, it is good experience  and helps to build confidence. The things  we dreaded, like getting lost backstage,  or taking a wrong turn and finding our-  ��� by Margaret Jones.  selves accidentally on stage, haven't hap- -  pened so far, and the odds are getting  better that' they won't..  -The next road trip will be "to Courte-  nay at the end of March when the players  board a bus and will take their show  to the north island zone of the B.C. Drama  Association festival. Complete information  should be available soon concerning the  number of entries, exactly when the local  players   will  perform.  On Sunday, March 17, the distinguished director, Franklin Johnston, of  White Rock conducted a workshop on the  pantomime at Gibsons Elementary School.  Johnston is well-known not only for his  association with the White Rock Players  and their pantomime which regularly  fills the Queen Elizabeth Theatre, but  also with the Barkerville Show, both  at the famous ghost-town, and on tour.  HEALTH   RIGHTS  Consumers need and expect explanations from health practitioners to better  participate in. their own health care. Con-'  sumers' Association of Canada urges consumers to seek information on preventive  health care and to be aware of available  community health services.  Pago B-4 Tho P��ate_��ei Tfeaeo  Wednesday, March 20, 1974  Auxiliary seeks  candy stripers  PENDER HARBOUR���Mrs. Evans Her-  mon is seeking candy stripers for the  Pender Harbour area. Any students,- 15  or older, who would be interested in this  work, should contact Mrs. Hermon at  883-2745.  She has the full cooperation of the  nursing association, it was revealed at  the March meeting, of the Pender Harbour  Auxiliary to St.- Mary's Hospital.  Twenty-eight members were present  with president Evelyn Olson in the chair.  Two new members, Mrs. Kay Rancier  and Mrs. Jule Demopoulas, were" introduced.  Mrs. Ddreen Webb displayed some of  the items already made for the fall carnival. One was a stuffed doll with complete  wardrobe by Mrs. Gladys Brown and a  colorful' afghan by "Mrs. Lila Wiggins.  New materials were distributed to members wishing to sew.  The fishing derby has been set for  August 3 and 4. - *  A membership^ tea will be held on  the regular meeting day, May 8, it was  announced.  Joan Proctor  . . Strait talk  "WHAT'S a streaker?" asked one of  the children.  '.'Well, it's somebody who takes  off all his clothes and then dashes  frjom one point to the other," I said.  ''Oh, you mean like Daddy when  he forgot to take his robe in the bathroom' and then I let the company in  the front door and he was just going  from the bathroom to the bedroom?"  ''Well, kind of," I said. "Only he  wasn't a streaker, he was just em-  barassed."  "Oh, well you mean it's like the  time I poured cold water on my  cousing when he was in the tub, and  he jumped out real fast and ran all  the way down the hall?"  "No,' that's not quite it. either," I  said thoughtfully. "But you've got  the idea."  "Well what do they want to streak  for?" asked another child. "Especially in winter-time, it must be cold.  If I was going to be a streaker I'd  wait 'til summer."  "I guess they do it because they're  university students trying to do something' crazy," I said. "It started on  a campus down south., Maybe they  were trying to do something to make  folks stop talking about Watergate.  Anyhow they're certainly putting  more 'than their best foot forward."  "Well, I sure wouldn't do it even  if someone paid me", said one of the  kids defiantly. "With all the potholes  around here you could sure get hurt  if you tripped and fell."  _ "Yes, I guess you could skin more  than your knees, but then I suppose  that's one of the occupational hazards  of streaking. I guess in that case  their theme song would have to be,  "I'll be Blue just streaking with  you." AH I can say is, it's a good  thing your friend Desire doesn't do  such things because- then she'd be  known as A Streaker named Desire."  . Blake C. Alderson D.C.  CHIROPRACTOR  Pott Office Building Sechelt  Phone.885-2333  Wednesdays and Saturdays  10 a.m. ���< 5:15 p.m.       10 a.m. ��� 2:30 p.m.  ���MHiinniHaiminmiNnii  '* Put your message into more  than   3,744   homes    (15,000  readers)   in   these   economical  spots. Your ad is always there  for   quick   reference. .....  anytime!  * Here's an economical way to  reach 3,744, homes (15,000  readers) every week. Your ad  waits patiently for ready reference ....  anytime!  ?MllallMl|lll,am,>l,mllll>,,a,,>lall''>>1"  ACCOUNTANTS  W. Philip Gordon  CHARTERED ACCOUNTANT  Phone: Bus. 886-2714, Res. 886-7567  Harris Block, Gibsons,  B.C.  AMSWER1WG SERVICES  DIAL-MAR ANSWERING SERVICE  * Office *' Residential * Wake-up Call*  * Reasonable Rates  ."Never Miss Another Phone Call"  885-2245  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  Cowries  Street, Sechelt 885-9343'  ARCHITECTURAL-PLAMMIMG  SUNSHINE DESIGN  AND DEVELOPMENTS LTD.  Architectural Builders  ' and Development Planners  Gibsons: Box 735 ��� 886-9679  Vancouver; 731-3448  A Complete Design, Building and  Planning Service  BUILDING SUPPLIES   -   -  - --���������-������������ ��� -��� ���  A. C. RENTALS & BUILDING  SUPPLY LTD.  - All Your Building Needs -  Madeira Park Phone 883-2585  WINDSOR PLYWOODS  (the Plywood People)  ALL PLYWOOD:.  Exotic and Construction  Panelling - Doors - Mouldings  Glues - Insulation  Hwy. 101    ���-    Gibsons    ���    886-9221  CARPET CLEANING  CARPET & CHESTERFIELD  CLEANERS  WE CLEAN WITH  ARGOSHEEN  (Free Estimates)  TOM SINCLAIR:  885-9327  phone 12-1 p.m. or after 5 p.m.  CONTRACTORS  ___.  BOUTIN BULLDOZING        %  '   CLEARING, LANDSCAPING AND  ��� \    BACKHOE WORK.  '   TELEPHONE 886-9824  R.R. 2, Gibsons  CONTRACTORS (cont.)  WHITEHALL CONTRACTING  OF B.C. LTD.  Sunshine Coast Division  " "The One-Stop Wall and Ceiling  Shop"  P. Krepps and H. Hall  R.R.  1, West Sechelt  Tel.   Bus.   885-2724,   Res.   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,  MACHINE SHOPS  DRIVEWAYS  ART SUPPLIES  Telephone 886-2069  ROSE & ART ENTERPRISES  Pottery, Supplies, Classes & Firing  Dealer for Duncan's Ceramic Products  Pine Road & Grandvlew Avenue  P.O. Bex 62, Gibsons, B.C.  AUTOMOTIVE  SERVICE  JAMIESON AUTOMOTIVE  Parts, Sales & Service  - Rotor Lather Service for Disc Brakes  and Drum Brakes  - Valve'and Seat Grinding   '..',���' -  All Makes Serviced - Datsun Specialists'  Gibsons - Phono 886-7919  BANKS ,\- '������-���". ' .  "���;, ;r."'.''  ROYAL BANK OF CANADA  Sechelt Branch ���- Phono 885-2201  Gibsons .Branch -���! Phono 886-2201  Pender Branch ~ Phona 883-2711  Vox 153, Madeira Park  ���'..'..,.      ��� ���. .HOURS:,. ...A.':  Sechelt; Tuesday-Thursday 10 a.m. to 3 p,m,  Frl, 10 a.m. to 6 p,m,, Sat, 10 a.m. to 3 p.m,  Gibson* 6\ Pender: Monday-Thursday |0 a,m,  to 3 p.m.; Friday 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.  BLASTING  CONTROLLED BLASTING  All Work Insured  FRED DONLEY  Pender Harbour - 883-2403 .  or 003-9972  TED'S BLASTING  ALU WORK FUI.LY INSURED  ���etementt�� Prtveweys - t*pttt Teahs  Stamps �� Pitch Llnee  Call for a free estimate any time  riO DONLRY Pendsr Harbour 883-2734  BUILDERS  101 CONTRACTING CO. LTD.  General Building Contractor!  ""All Work Guaranteed  Phono 085-2622  Box 73, Secholt, B.C,  \  WEKO CONSTRUCTION LTD,  GENERAL CONTRACTOR  Dulld to suit!   Homo*.-  Commercial  Buildings,  Vacation Home*, All kinds of Concrete Work,  Any kind of Remodelling,  rilONl V*M, 003.2335 or 06.5-2144  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  HARBOUR CONCRETE &  GRAVEL LTD.  Pender Harbour area <  Sand - Drain Rock - Crushed Gravel, etc.  We now have 2 concrete mixer trucks  to serve you,  R.R, 1  Madoira Park       Phone 883-9911        J. B. EXCAVATING CO. LTD.  886-9031  Dump Truck - Backhoo - Cat  Water, power, Drainage Installatloni  ��� , ��� ���  Land, Clearing ' '  'free estimates:;:  ,  L & H SYVANSON LTD.  READY-MIX CONCRETE   v  Sand and Gravel - flackhoe  ' '.''   Ditching - Excavation*  PORPOISE BAY ROAD  885-9666, Box 172, Sechelt, B.C;  P, V.  Sorvfcet  Ltd.  LOG HAULING CONTRACTOR  Direct all enquiries to;  Dispatcher at 883-2733, ovos. 886-9244  Office Hour* 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.  MORRlE'S CONCRETE ~  Placing and Finishing  Floors ,-,' Patios - Stairs  Walks - Driveways  Free  Estimates Phone  885-9413  * ��� ��� ��� '���' ' r  *^t_ahd^CI��dtln'fl'^^Ro^"Bulldlrtfl*,M'T*  Tree Topping - Selective Logging  PETE DUBOIS  Telephone 083-2417  R.R. 1, Madeira Park, B.C.  , .,    i      .H--I..I.   i ,��� ii, ���!., ,���',-',������,  ,-.  ,'���, i-r   -ii-i  i'-.i -i--r/  -mi,   ���    ,,-  i.  . mi in p.  PHONE 805-9550  RON'S CONTRACTING  Clearing - Excavation! - Road Building  Grading -Fill�� Road Gravel. Crushed Rock  Phone Sechelt 885-9550  Ft S.S BACKHOE ~~  R,R.   1, Madeira Park, B,C,  W. Rousseau - Phono 883-2302  "We aim to please"  SHOAF DEVELOPMENT LTD.  Septic Tank ��� Ditching  1   ��� Excavating '������ Land Clearing  Road Building ������ Gravel fl, Fill  ,886-2830  S.T.K, EXCAVATING LTD.  Grnvrjl ��� Fill - Driveways'  Basements ��� Light Clearing  '    FREE ESTIMATES  phono 086-51237 days or (byes,  Pox 13, Gibsons, B.C.  CEMENT DRIVEWAYS  Free Estimates  Bank Financing Available  Gibsons Building Supplies  Phone 886-2642  ELECTRICIANS  BLAIR ELECTRICAL  Contracting and Engineering  Residential and Commercial Wiring  Free  Estimates  Phone 886-7816    -i i ,���  D. W. LAMONT  Electrical  Contractor  R.R,   1, Madeira Park   ,.  Phone 883-2749  Pender Harbour  McCANN ELECTRIC  WIRING OF ALL TYPES  Residential- Industrial- Commercial  All work guaranteed -Free estimate*  Joe McCenw, Bex 157, Madeira ferfc  Phono BB3-9P13  JIM McKENZIE  ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR  Ph. 003-9970  Residential - Commercial - Industrial  SIM ELECTRIC LTD.  Gov't Certified Electricians  Phone   Day   or   Evenings   885-206?  FUEL  .���    .���'���������    '.:'���������        :   .  I*NIE WIDMAN  for all your  .SSO PRODUCTS  ,,��;0.JMPERIALJ  Phono 883-2663  Madeira Park, B.C.  FLOORING - CABINETS  fw���-���-^----���.���i.ih.ii'-...I-ii.i. ..ii�����_-������.���._������ n-inpi.i-i ������- ,��� -.ff-i it... ��a�� ���ua ���, i. ���ii.���,,.  Cabinets - Carpets' - Linoleums  HOWE SOUND DISTRIBUTORS LTD.  ,    ' P.O. Box 694, Gibsons, B.C,  Blair Kennedy sales manager  Phon,a 886-2765  ' "������ ��� ���" ���i" '"���", " \ " ��  HAIRDRESSERS , ;' ���  SECHELT BEAUTY SALON  Dianna Allen, Proprietor  .'T -~-�����.^.���Export-."-Halr~StyllnQ.-.-~.~...~.^  Cowrie Street Phone  Secholt 885-2818  At the Sign of the Chevron  HILL'S MACHINE SHOP  & MARINE SERVICE LTD.  Machine Shop - Arc and Acetyline Welding  Steel Fabricating - Marine Ways  -  Automotive and Marine Repairs  Standard Marine Station  Phone 886-7721      Res. 886-9956, 886-9326  SECHELT MACHINE SHOP  (ot Standard Motors)  Machinery & Equipment Repairs���  First Class Workmanship  Bob Forrester  Phone 885-9464  MARINE SERVICES  L. CLAYTON MARINA LTD.  Marine Ways to 42'  Bottom "Repairs  883-2535  Box 7, Garden  Bay, B.C.  PAZCO FIBERGLASSING  COMPLETE MARINE & INDUSTRIAL REPAIRS  -��� Canoes  ��� Runabouts  ���. Used Boat Sales  FREE ESTIMATES - PH 886-9604 or 886-9111  MOBILE  HOME SERVICE  . Sea Coast  MOBILE HOME SERVICE  (div.   of   Sea   Coast   Sheet   Metal   Ltd.)  ��  Complete-Maintenance  ,    ��   Do-lt-Yourself Trailer Skirting  Bex 920, Sechelt    Service    To1- 885-jm  MOVING &  STORAGE  LEN WRAY'S TRANSFER  ��� Household Moving, Packing, Storage  . Packing'Materials for sale ���  * MEMBER OF ALLIED VAN LINES  Canada's No. 1 Movers  Ph. 886-2664, R.R. 1 Gibsons  NURSERY  pii'im   HOTELS  PENDER HARBOUR HOTEL  Madeira Park Phone 883-2377  Conventions, Pinners, Group Meetings  Weddings and Private Parties  ���Full Hotel Pacilltfet���  Mack's Nursery - Roberts Creek  Landscaping - Shrubs - Fruit Troos - Fertilizer  ' Berry Plants �� Bedding Plants -, Peat Moss  Fully Licensed Pesticide Spraying far  Landscaping and Trees ;  Sunshine Coast Hwy. - Ph. 886-2684  OPTOMETRIST  FRANK E. PECKER^ OPTOMETRIST  Bal Block, Gibsons - Wednesdays  886-2248  Sechelt - Mondays-885-9712  PAINTING  &  DECORATING  ���--.��CALVIN'S-PAINTING-��i:���"  DECORATING  P.O, Box 94, Sechelt, B.C.  Phono 005-2,107  h���,���_- _-_���M)_��.^M_w-..��-^��.-��--^..*��_-w��-��^  SUNSHINE COAST PAINTERS  All types of Painting  Private & Commercial  General Delivery  Madeira Park, D.C.  883-2678  PLUMBING  &  HEATING  OIL-FlltED WARM AIR HEATING  OIL FIRED WATER HEATERS  " *" Nothlna pown - lOYoarrToPay"  ��� ~  House Plumbing  Roy Blanche "- 883-2401  G 8t E Plumbing & Heating Ltd...  - Plumbing: Repairs ond Installations ,  - Blocked Drolm - Hot Water Heating  CERTIFIED PLUMBER - Ed Charlebols  Free Estimates 006-7638  Pox 163, Ol.. tens  HEATING & PLUMBING cont.  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  SECHELT HEATING and  INSTALLATION  ��� FREE ESTIMATES ���  Wayne Brackett * 885-2466  PENINSULA PLUMBING LTD.  '     Sales and Service ��� 886-9533  Everything for the Do-It-Yourselfer  Contract & Renovations   '  , FREE ESTIMATES  Len Coatee 886-7685  Ray Coatee 886-9533 er 886-7872  REFRIGERATION SERVICE  John Harrison  REFRIGERATION   & APPLIANCE SERVICE  ���Used appliances for sale-���  Pratt Road, Gibsons  886-9959  RENTALS  A.C. RENTALS LTD.  TOOLS and EQUIPMENT ,  RENTALS and SALES  Easy Strip Concrete Forming Systems - Compressors - Rototlllers - Generators - Pumps -  Earth Tampers  Sunshlno Coast Hwy. & Francis Peninsula Road  MADEIRA PARK PHONE 883-258$  Why Buy When You Can  RENTITat  COAST RENTALS  Domestic 8. Industrial Equipment  from Rug Shampooers to Lighting  Plants.   ,  R.R.  1, Davis Bay, 885-2848  CONCRETE FORM RENTALS  FOR ALL TYPES OF BASEMENTS  EASY ERECTION AND STRIPPING  CompUte Instructions Provided  FISHER FORM RENTALS  885-2612/885-2848/885-2359 ayes.  _____���,���          < ���  "RENT IT AT  SUNSHINE RENTALS LTD."  Horth Road, Gibsons'  "We Rent or( Sell Almost Everything"  Typewriters -Lighting Plonts . Television*  Roto Jllleri - Cement; Mixers - Lawn Rake,  Mechanic's Tools     .,,.'.  PHONE 800.2848 ��� 24 HOUR SERVICE  ROOFING  (Cont.)  SUNSHINE ROOFING  SHAKES ��� SHINGLES ��� DUROID  order your shakes early - check our prices first  1 ��  Custom shakes split to order  ��   Roof repairs  ��   Eaves and trough cleaning  Box 380, Sechelt ' Phone 885-2553  SEWING  MACHINES   BERN INA  Sales and Service to all  makes  RENTALS  Fabric l^ouse, 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  Dune  Roberts,   1653   Marine   Drive  P.O.   Box   747,  Gibsons,  B.C.  ROBERTS SIGNS  "SIGNS OF ALL KINDS'^  Phone 886-2862  SURVEYORS  ROBERT W. ALLEN  B.C. LAND SURVEYOR  Sechelt Lumber  Building  Wharf Street, Box 607  Sechelt,  B.C.  Office 885-2625      Home 885-958)  Roy & Wagenaar  B.C. LAND SURVEYORS  Marine Building - Porpoise Bay  P.O. Box 609, Sechelt. B.C.  885-2332 or collect 681-9142  TIRES  COASTAL TIRES  Sunshine Coast Highway  pox 13, Gibsons, B.C. -Phone 886-2700  SALES AND SERVICE     >  v All Brands Available  Monday to Saturday 8;30 a.m. to 5;30 p.m.  Friday evening by appointment only  TOWING  ���'��� .'������     M,i Scows - Logs  SECHELT TOWING & SALVAGE  ;:'.'-.       ::,..'LTD.   ,  Heavy fqulpment'Moving & Log Towing  ,L. HIGGS  Phone 885-9421  TREE TOPPING  PEERLESS TREE SERVICES  ��� Complete Tree ���Service  ��� Prompt, guaranteed, Insured work  ��� Prleee you cpn trust  Phono 885-2109  RETAIL STORES  G & S HARDWARE  Secholt, .B.C.  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ADMIRAL^���ELECTROHOME  and ZENITH DEALERS  Gordon Oliver ����� Dork Van Hoes  "IN THE HEART OF DOWTOWN SECHELT  Box 799, Sechelt ��� Phone 005-981 o  CLOSED ON MONDAYS }  Calvary Baptist  lolonists,  GIBSONS���Calvary Baptist Church held  it's second Pioneer Girls Encampment  service recently and a full house turned,  out to see the girls receive ranks and  badges that they have earned since the  club reopened in September.  Ted Peters started the services off with ���  a sing-song, and then with committee  member. Mrs. Arlys Peters at the organ  and pilgrim guide Mary Madison at the  piano,, the girls and guides marched into  the auditorium to the tune of, Onward  Christian Soldiers.  Pilgrims- Brenda Leechman and Gail  Wolverton read the scriptures and pilgrim Natalie Jack led out in prayer. During the program Pilgrim Kelly Webber  recited a poem entitled, The Builders.  Colonists Cathy Anderson and Louise  Wilson performed, the duties of usherettes and Angela Hilstad and. Beth Lepage took up the offering that went toward the work of the pioneer girls.  Five colonists, Charlene Dar_roth, Lor-  etta Harrison, Linda Hanson, Wanda  Erickson and Barbara Lyttle presented a  short play entitled .The Golden Chain of  Missions.  Guide Mary Madison1 led the pilgrims  in a fun and sacred song fest, and the  colonists, led by committee member Mrs.  Evelyn Cooper,1 enertained the congregation with a campf ire sing-a-long. Handcrafts were on display in.the'lower auditorium.  Pastor Erickson spoke briefly on  what the pioneer girls club had meant  to the overall ministry of the church, and  he congratulated the guides, committee  members and girls on their fine achieve  ments.  Committee chairman, Mrs. Mildred  Erickson, introduced the chief guides who  in turn introduced the assistant guides.  Chief pilgrim guide, Kay Owen spoke  of the work of' her assistants, guide Eleanor Wolverton and guide Mary Madi-  Gibsons Pentecostal  HIGHWAY & MARTIN  | Sunday School 9:45 a.m.  I  Services 11:00 a.m. and 7:00 p.m.  i 'PHONE, 886-7107 |  s Pastor: Gerry Poster |  r,iiiiniiiiiiiaiiiiiiiiiiiHiiniiiliiiiiniiiiiiniimiiiimiiniiiS  ^���laaiaaaiaiaiiauiaiiiiimiiaaiaiaiimiaaiiiimaiiaiiiaiiaaaaaiiir  The United Church       ��  of Canada I  SERVICES: 5  St. John'* United Church - Davis Bay   , g  Sunday Services - 9:30 a.m. :  Roberts Creek United Church ��  Sunday Services - 2:30 p.m. -s  Gibsons United Church =  Sunday Services - 11:15 a.m. S  MINISTRY: ��  j  Rev'. Jim Willamson, Gibsons, 886-2333     5  '������aiiidiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiie  YOU ARE NEVER  REALLY TRAPPED  Turning to God and His goodness has  brought great  freedom  to many.  Broadcast this Sunday over more than  a   thousand   stations   Including   CJVB,  1470 Kcs at 9:30 a.m.  iheTRUIH  lharH�����llS  son,  arid /then .presented  the  following  pilgrims  with ranks and .badges.  Adele Grafton, kitchencraft; Lisa  Plourde, handcraft; Yvonne,; Edmonds,  handcraft; ' Sandra McQuarry, kitchen-  craft; Sheila Spain,, loyalty, book, pet;  Shannon " McGivern, advanced water;  Doreen Webber, outdoor, discovery rank; ���  Shirley Christiansen, kitchencraft; Betty  Wilson, oudoor; Naomi Nygren, outdoor,  book .loyalty, discovery; Shirley Spence,  outdoor,' drawing,' discovery; Mari Robertson, New life; Audrey Kiene, handcraft; Bonnie Horner,, outdoor, drawing,  discovery; Natalie Jack, handcraft, outdoor, . discovery; Kelly Webber,' outdoor,  discovery rank; Joanne Braithwaite, outdoor,, discovery' rank; Lena Jonas, outdoor and, discovery^ rank.  Chief ' colonist guide, Joan Rigby  named several who had helped with the  colonists during the year,- and expressed  warm appreciation for their services. She  presented the following colonists with  ranks and badges:  Cathy Anderson, party planning;'  Wanda Erickson, activity, food-arts, traveller, literature; Christian life, pathfinder rank; Angela Hilstad, party planning,  junior swimmer, baby-sitting, traveller,'  trail blazer rank; Loretta Harrison, party  planning; Louise Wilson, party planning,  junior swimmer, trail blazer rank; Barbara Lyttle, pary " planning, individual  sports; Charlene Danroth, party planning, trail blazer rank; Lisa.Dew, party  planning, trail blazer rank. ���  The-service closed with the Benediction by Pastor Erickson.  From the pulpit  ,   ���by Pastor Garry Foster,  Gibsons Pentecostal Church  SO YOU don't need God you say. You  can manaage without Him you confidently proclaim. Assuming you are sincere in making such a statement I would  like to suggest why you do need God. ,  You may feel at this point in time  you have all you need. Materially ybu  are satisfied, emotionally you are content and happy. Wonderful, you are in a  position not many of your friends  and neighbors have arrived at, particularly peace of mind and calmness of soul.  But, when you die and enter into eternity, will you still say I don't need you  God? Probably you will then realize that  you do need Him. Unfortunately it will  be too late. Now God loves you and this  very day is telling you that you do need  Him. It. is an established historical fact  that Jesus Christ came to this earth and  rose again from the dead after being put  to death.  And Jesus said He came to call sinners to repentence. He. said . those who  are not,sick have np,,need.,of a. physician.  However, it is' obvious that none of us  are free from all imperfections and weaknesses. So you are confronted with Jesus  Christ, Lord from Heaven, the only begotten. Son of God. He came for you because you needed Him. Are you going  to tell Him (lie to Him) that ybu don't  have any need for His salvation? Pray  that God will open your eyes and show  you your spiritual need.  The Peninsula Times Page B-3  Wednesday, March 20, 1974  We believe  ' By Elder and Sister Wazten L. Jones  .  Church   of  Jesus   Christ   of   Latter-day,  Saints.   '  WHAT is meant by the expression, The  Grace ot God? The dictionary definition is divine favor.; In other words it is  what Jesus has done for us that we could  not do for ourselves.  He created this beautiful earth on  which we live. He revealed the plan of'  salvation through all his holy prophets  since the world began. He atoned for the  sin of our first parents: "For as in Adam  all die, even so in Christ - shall all. be  made alive." (1 Cor. 15:22). The resurrection of the dead.is his gift to all men.  He grants forgiveness of sins to all who  will truly repent All these glorious gifts  come to us through his grace, as free gifts  and-riot of works, lest any man should  boast. (Eph. 2:9).  But the special gift of eternal salvation involves more. We read in Hebrews  5:9, . .. .'He~(Chri_t) became the author'  of eternal salvation unto all them that  obey him."  Apostle Paul writes: "Be not' deceiv-'  ed; God is not mocked: for whatsoever,  a man soweth, that shall he also reap."  (Gal. 6:7).  A farmer cannot expect to reap unless  he plants.- When he has prepared the  land, planted the seed, cultivated, irrigated and harvested- the crop, he is entitled to the reward.  But no matter how hard the farmer  works, he cannot harvest the crop entirely through his own effort. Who provided'  the soil? Who puts the germ of life into  the seeds? Who caused the sun to warm  the soil and germinate the seed? Who  caused the rain to fall and provide  moisture for the growing crop?  None,of these things could the farmer  have done for himself. They represent the  free gift of grace, yet the farmer will  reap as he has sown.  We believe that the grace of God-is  the beginning of man's salvation. For  further instructions we turn to the scrip- -  tures. The Saviour said: "Not every one  that 'saith unto me, Lord, .Lord, shall  enter into the kingdom of heaven, but he  that doeth the will of my Father which  is in heaven." (Matt. 7:21)..  In James 1:22, we read: "But be ye  'doers of the. word, and not hearers only,  deceiving your own selves."  Again in, James 2:14-17, we read further:  "What  doth it  profit,  my  brethern,  , though a man say he hath" faith, and have  not works? can faith save him?  If a brother or sister be. naked, arid  destitute of daily food.   ���- ���  And one of you say unto them, Depart  in peace, be ye warmed and filled; notwithstanding ye give them not those  things which are-needful to "the body;  what doth it profit?  Even so faith, if it hath not works, is  dead, being alone." .  Everyone must assume the responsibility for his own salvation. This can be  accomplished by keeping the Lord's commandments. Some of them are, to have  faith in the Lord, to repent of our sins,  to be baptized, to love our neighbor, and  to endure to the. end.  "And jf you keep my commandments  and endure to the end, you shall have  eternal life, which gift is the greatest of  all the gifts of God." (D.&C. 14:7).  Anglican angles  . ���by Rev. David Brown  ANYONE in the parish aresp of St. Aid-  an's and St. Barthblorhew's wishing to  be confirmed when Bishop David Somer-  ville comes to visit later this .spring  should phone me' at 886-7410 so that we  can ' set' up a schedule" of preparatory,  classes.  With the shift system at the senior  i school if may be necessary to have as  many as three separate groups meeting  at different times, ,but that problem and  transportation can also be worked out. -  An evening . circle has formed at St..  Bartholomew's, designed to include all  women between 19 and 90. Their main  areas i of interest are to gain fellowship >  while serving the church; to help whenever needed; to take on projects that the  afternoon groups might not find suited  to their time schedules.. Speakers and discussions are a future possibility.  They will meet on the first Tuesday'  of each month at 8 p._n< in St. Bartholomew's Parish Hall. For further information, contact Mrs. Helen Weinhandl at  886-9819, Mrs. Edna Husby at 886-2454,  or Betty Brown at 886^7410.  A youth group has formed under the  direction of Mrs: Barbara Valancius. It  will meet alternately at the United  Church Hall and St. Bartholomew's Par-  ish Hall on Tuesdays at 7:30 p.m. For information please call Mrs. Valancius at,  886-2157.  If you'have not picked up your Lenten,  card yet, a call to 886-7410 will have one  in the mail to. you right away. Should  you feel that a dime a day for God is a  ridiculous thought, we do have some  cards that are designed to hold 25 cent  pieces. It might be interesting to see how  many you can fill between now and Easter, and the church will' benefit from  your generosity.  I  I  I  I  I  ednesdcay,; March ,20 - 8:00 P-  Old Legion Hall, Mermaid Street  Sechelt  ���_ vote - ''use'  i  I  I  I  I  I  I  i  i  -Bjjg-x>atriT_jw_:  tT_i_-a��c^3-tri4��-yfr-j-agg  -l^w^i^svigw^^  ChnstianScience  WHEN  winter  twigs  seem  brown arid  bare, a close examination shows tight  buds. Each one contains already' snugly-  colled, leaves which will expand into  fullness in the radiance of spring sunshine. Actually growth is already going  on.  In life, as in nature, there are no  seasons where fulfillment comes- to a  stop. God���Truth, Spirit, Love is always  providing the warm sustenance of life  to mankind. All we need to do is to  accept this''fact, bask in its sunshine, in  order to realize its blessing. Then our  lives unfold in healthy activity and freedom.  On the Christian Science program, the  Truth that Heals, advertised in The Times  .today, we hear how turning'to God and  His goodness has brought great freedom  to many.  For further information or free literature concerning Christian Science, please  contact the assistant committee on publications for the Sunshine Coast, 885-  9778. -   .  C^nieriainmen  parch 22nd  aMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMIIIMMMIMIilMlllia^^  MUSIC BY  V    If  _��  l^en ^J\ina6  i  No Cover Charge ���  ^3^BiS^ii2iS^iE3  "��:w_  A Chrlitlan Science Radio Seriat  In Sechelt  lllllllllUIIIHIIIIIIIMIUIItUHIIIMRIIIHIIIIIIIIIMIIIIIIIfllllh  _��� 3  I    BAPTIST CHURCH SERVICES    _  apnst c  Calvary Baptist Church  �� Park Road, Gibsons ��  I Offlco: 886-2611 Rm; 886-7449 jj  �� Morning Worship 9:30 a.m. j  | Sunday School 10:45 a.m. |  Evening Worship    7:00 p.m.' s  S  ��   Prayer & Biblo Study, Thursdays 7:30 p.m.   j  Weekly Youth Programs  Bethel Baptist Church  Mermaid & Trail, Sechelt  Rest 806-7444  Sunday School 10:00 a.m.  Morning Worship 11:15 a.m,  v  Prayer fit Bible Study Wednesdays 7:30 p.m,  ,   Weekly Youth Programs ',_,  ,    REV. W. N. ERICKSON, Pastor ]  ���iiaaniuMiniiHim>iaaa��aiiiim��nn|HUiHiniinmiiiiiimfl  C  B  | Offices 806-2611  SECHELT���-The first encampment ser- ���  vice of the newly formed Pioneer  Girls Club of Bethel Baptist Church waa  held recently with Mrs. Marjorie Robinson of Vancouver as special speaker. She  spoke briefly of the new material that'  will be introduced into the pioneer girls  program this coming fall  Committee chairman, Mrs. Mildred  Erickson led. the service, ond she was  assisted by committee members, Mrs.  Aleeta Gilker at the organ, Mrs. Marjorie.  Morgan, who introduced Mrs. Robinson,  and Mrs, Frieda Wilson.  "W!.!!��!!!.!!!..��  eitittjth  AUTO SALES-. DIVISION  GULF STATION * SECHELT  YOUR LOCAL CAR  Nov. and Used Trucks, all kinds  Used Can: Transportation Specials, $50.00 and up  1 Ton G.M.C. Flat Dock on Baby Duals  % Ton Ford and Chevrolet Pickups  72 Toyota Pickup and Canopy  , ... , and many, many moro to chooso from  Colonist Sharon Markwart read the  scriptures and colonist Gabrielle Schoflin  led in prayer. During the offering colonist Patty Bilous played her telarinet.  Helping with ushering and handing out  programs were pilgrim Cheryl Adams  and colonist Charlotte Bandi.  Chief pilgrim guide Vi Slack, assisted  by her assistant guide, Mrs, Mary Coop-(  and CornelUa Schoflin. The sewcraft  badges to: Cheryl Adams, Ava Bandi,  Susan Slack,,Tammy Enns, Eileen Bandi  . and; Cornelia SchofJ^n. The ^araifit.  badge was earned by Annette Adams  and the advanced Water badge by Ava *  Bandi..  Chief colonist guide, Judy peters, assisted by her assistant guide, Mrs. Jenne  Markwart, presented Patty Bilous, Sharon  Markwart, Charlotte Bandi and Gabrielle  Schoflin with the trail blazer rank, Tho  girls, and guides Bang several songs,  Pastor Erickson congratulated the  girls and guides on their achievements,  arid pointed out that although the club  was relatively young,, already it had  made an impact on tho Sunday school  and church as well ris dntho'c  Tho pastor pronounced the benediction.  ��  cJjltch  ina  -   C^xcava  Hi  in  9  �� Land CHedrincp ~ Rocid By ilditig  .��   KJrduei and *jrill  886-2930  ��taaa*nnaaaai��aaiaaaaaaiaa<aaiaiaaMaiaMaiBaiiaiiaaai>aiaaaaiai.a*  J  I .__Ni���_- ' .  T  TRADE AMD TERMS  AGENTS FORi "Security" Campers, 5th Whool Traitors  and Camper Tops.  WH'  Freexor Meats of  all kinds., ���  Terms Arranged .at Dank Rotes  GLYNN TRACY;  Garden Bay Storo - 883-2253  "Fine Meqts for Flno People"     I  l?Mai>iiiiiiaiiaiaia>aii>iiaiaiiiiiaiiMiH8iaiiiaaii,aHiaaui<iaaii��  /\s you Know by now, wo changed a lot of things lost  p', year. Wo gavo you a now return, a now Quldo, soyaral now  deductions and a tow how rules. And quite honestly, wo wore  , moro than a little concornod about your reaction to It all,  ;, (Arid vory, vary lntoro3tod In your opinions.)   .  VVoll, now that wo'vo had tlmo ibroally lookBack it It"'""*  and assoss It honostly, It appoars that most taxpayora did  not seom to tlnd It too difficult, The error rote' did not aa-  ' color'ato greatly or change drastically from former years,  , Gonorally, moat taxpayora scorned to hnndlo tholr now  .ptu.na fairly well,  Howovor, Incomo Tax will novor bo tho oaa|o3t or moat j  onjoyablo thing In anyone's llfo, And It will always present  problems In some aroaa, for somo pooplo, That's expected  and understandable.  So, What wo want to do now Is really work on tl .obo  problom aroaa, And tho boat way to do that la to work with  '  you, Individually, on whatovor part of Income Tax that causoa  ���   you difficulty. '   '  And thnt'a what April Aid la all about, It'a a holp syatom  and Ha primary objective la to onauro that whonovor or  whatovor you nood holp with, you can got it, And know how  togotlt,  incm.i1   And this la how It  ,,    Mum ..L,,.workaii.,,.,-:.���,,.,.���.,,���,,.,.,,���_,,.,  * 1   First. Your Quldo la always tho  boat anawor when you have a problom,,  Road It, Follow It, It not only glvoa explanations, but In many caooa, oxomploa of )uat  how to figure something out,  \\  I     1415 Voncouvor Sirool, Victoria, D,C.~380-3551  1110 West Georgia Slroot, Vohoouvor 105,  D.C.-(309.5411  P     Pndoral Dldg,, 277 Wlnnlpog Stroot, Pontlcton, B,C,~492-COOO  Second, If you're still confused orsomethlnrj Juat  doesn't seem to work, phono. Tho number of your j  own District Taxation Offlco la bolow and at tho  ond of that number thoro are pooplo whoso only Job la to holp  taxpayers with problorrjs, by tolophono, And on Mondays and  "Tliosdays'priori, linosi aro opon 'III 6 pirn." So ddn't hosltatd." 'l  If you live outsldo tho offlco area, call tho Operator and  ask for Zenith 0-4000, She will automatically connect you to \  your own District Taxation Offlco. Romombor, all calls aro  froo, all questions are onswo.od, and if you havo quorlos, wo  wwfyoutocall,  Third, Somo pooplo profor to talk things ovor In  person, If you'ro ono of thom and have problem^,  drop by for froo holp, Anytirrio, The address of your  District Taxation Offlco la bolow,  ~~ Fourth< Wru0 To t|10 nddrosa bolow, Explain your  'fyd?j*/ problem aa cloarly aa poaslblo and Include all ln-  s'*"^    formation. (And your return addroaa, ploaso,) In  roturn, we'll anowor all lottoro no quickly and cloarly an  poaalblo, Romombor- If you nood holp, It'a thoro, (And froo),  And all you have to do Is ash,  April Aid,. ,  1   Tho Income Tax holp ayatom,  .lt.at:smaKoJtwarkfQr,.yau,,,,���, ..������, ,..,���.��� ���.���,���,, ������.���,.  we can get it  one. ���'  novonuo Cnniuin  Ifexfttlon  flflvoim Cnnradi.  Impdt  Untied ninntiairy, Minlalnr       Miilmilfll.nMiry.mlnlMtn  -J Auxiliary smorgasbord . . .  i /  C. - . ff   .  . _  '*   ** *��� _ \  i�� _ri _ -��*������ ���-   - <s. ___��* _i*  By PEGGY CONNOR _ ��� friend .who is helping to provide a bus Doreen Jenkins, Mrs. Veronica Place, Mrs.  SECHELT���It was Mardi gras night in    to .aid  many    people,  that great'   dog Ellen Berg, Mrs. Lynn Pike,  and Mrs.  Sechelt last Saturday and ' the old Sncopy John Lewis. The bus will not be Elmeda Whyte.  Legion-Hall was'transformed into a fes- restricted but his companion was a black Then there are the set-up and clean-  tive atmosphere. The occasion was the ��� .cat very well portrayed by Faye Lewis, i'ng-up ladies-who worked with president  Sechelt "Auxiliary to St. Mary's Hospital ", , The funniest couple had to be Mr. Ina Grafe, an important grouj). as are the  spring smorgasbord. . ~ and' Mrs. John' Bodnarek, . Mary and a members who baked and cooked to,make  - Fun was the order of the eveningand little, Lamb. John was a panic as Mary, the' evening the success'it was. The el-  fun it was;  the dictionary defines the' while Bobbie was some lamb.  , ectrioal .display was loaned by the Drift-   word as playfulness, merry play,, amuse- TKe authentic  sheriff from  Gibsons, wood Players.' .  ,  ment, joking, also it says to make fun    Waiter Keafn all in black with a gorge- __   To reveal all I shall squeal on who the "When you meet someone who can  of or poke fun at, laugh at, the latter also  . ous Mexican hat in silver and black,, was dancere were^Ellen Berg, Dorothy Carter,    cook^and do, housework, don't hesitate-  was part of the evening as will be re- / the' men's first prize winner. Second place      '"**"    "      ""*     """ "*    ��-���-��--'"��  Page B-6 The Peninsula Times  Wednesday, March 20, 1974  kau, Margaret Humm, Bobbie Bodnarek,  Dorothy Goeson, Veronicai Place,  Susie  ' Kassen,   Peg:gy, Connor,   Ina" Grafe,  on  -loan from, Half moon Bay, Auxiliary, Ronnie Dunn and Ruth Forrester. .  A few prize ^winners were'Mrs. W.  Hearn, Georgina Macklih,, Don Macklin,  Joy Smith and Celia Messner." The evening passed so quickly I .couldn't catch the  others. '  ' .  It was an evening of fun and frolic  .where everyone blended in*one big party.  I know I had one heck of a good time  and so did my husband who is not a  party goer,, which sure proves something.  Erna Cole, Muriel Eggins, Bonnie Paet-    marry him.'  _  A < _>__i_^i. ''/  a v  vealed. went to Moonman Don Douglas of Gib-  Margaret Humm and Dorothy Carters- sons< Ladies' first prize winner was Mrs.  were conveners arid it doesn't seem pos- Kay Franske' of Wilson Creek as Mary,  sible'for these smorgasbords to be improv- Mary quite contrary. Second ladies' prize  ed upon but,they do get better and bet- winner was Carmen Miranda, better  ter. The auxiliary ladies all get behind known as Dorothy Goeson. , ^ ,  their conveners and miraculously every- The most sexiest looking costume won  thing turns out beautifully.       ���              . a prize for Ronnie _}unn.  Full credit for the decorations go to j^     '<ygbers were 'well-deserving of  Muriel Eggins- who  not    only  was m prizeSt  sucfr as  the  ^xa^y  group 0f  charge of dressing,up the scene, but cost- _even>   Margaret   Humm   the, friendly  uming a  great  number-of  the  guests, witdl) ^ chuck ���Eggins as the Lonely  personally and by suggesting a mode of., stranger; ^B patient who was AWOL  dress. Great" hanging baskets - of flowers.. ,;from st.'Maiys Hospital, Pat Murphy  hung from the rafters, ballloons in color- in hospital garbi the black foursome with  ful masses, floral,arrangements "delight- th���ir wnite skulls on bafck the Buckhors  J  1   *    **"��"*.,           *                        x                      \? A    ful in their simplicity were on each table. and friendS) an elegant Dickens character,  \ f\ .,?.     '-          *'   jjJV          ��,��*      ^                                            i"        Mrs.  Eggins framed  the scene for the ]ady in pink. Marilyn Campbell, excellent  jaL \___j                _��_..  __-_-.      -.-_..-_                                              I 1    many remarkable co^umes. 'c-owns. who always seemed to be there  COMPUTER   TERM.NAL   recently   faeces for travellers using ne* en-   J*2R,S^S.^^^oT^ %^gh^^^^n a g^  installed in Dank of Montreal, Gilb-    coded cheques.  Here,  Mary Braun    wer6. greeted by president Ina Grafe, a,   * -^^n it went dark in the hall, there  sons   links the branch with others    demonstrates    keying    information,   fetching gypsy. Hostesses making sure' was a _lashSn'g o�� ^ghtS) sirens howling,  .     '         ...        ._.._._   -,_    ._     ���_,     0__t._1_.-_. _. ���i_^ _..,- -. *~���~,;w~.;i     everyone was seated with their friends _�����-�����- OTJn ��T_. .m-m-hi* the atmosrjhere  _LlS ^P^4j_;S  V  .*_  A.  p.*.:  M    /If  4tam  4^10 mile beyond Sandy Hook Road  ?;       on Sechelt Inlet Road /  ���tiiroughout the country. Result will   Sechelt branch also has a teraiirial,   evervo?e  be faster preparation of statements   and they will be in full operation  and more convenient cheque-cashing    shortly.    27 paid members  oherfs Creek Hospital unit  plans to mees e��enings only  machine gun fire creating the atmosphere  of the roaring 20s and then up went the  lights to reveal 14 "Crockettes" in flapper costumes, Auxiliary members in all  shapes and sizes, went into their dances  starting with Everybody's Doing It,  with screams and all, then Black Bottom  Lulu, finishing with Charleston. Remember fun? this is where, make fun of; laugfh  at, comes, in, and did the audience laugh,  they howled. The ladies made their own  costumes, practised many times, had loads  of fun and they really thanked Ronnie  were* Lee Redman and Peggy  Connor.  Mrs. Humm is a stickler for starting  on time, the food was ready but therer  was a _hort "delay to let the Perm Kings'  orchestra set up on stage to" facilitate  later goings on.  The excellent MC, Chuck Eggins, took  over and set the wheels aroUing around  the New Orleans style food'-laden table.  Dinner consisted of delectable chicken  cooked in a special wine sauce, meat balls  with mushrooms, chili, spare ribs, stuffed- ^  peppers,  vegetable  plate with parsnips.    '5^* choreographer "par" exceiTence"_or  ROBERTS CREEK���Next meeting of the    society's annual meeting will take place    carrots,    broccoli, cauWlower    and,    of    her patience and professional knowTi-OW  rS ST Hospital Auxiliary is     April's at 8 p.m. in the old Legion Hall,     cougj   V-f^r   shS   ��Sfi ' 5* ** ^ S^T t0 ^ -^f  Ur��*y'A*T? ^^Kf LS    SeChelt                                            -. anfle^lruit^ wTL  at St. Aldan's Hall, Hall Road, Roberts          Attractive  items ��� for   the  Christmas every kin^ of square, walnut, dream cake,   .Su^a^ 7^�� ^ delay Tliulu  Creek will meet evenings from now on.     b         >        ^^ ^   Elean^^eg ^Srongal, so" many different, melt-in:    JJ" J~ just'blSre ��g on ����.  Vice-president,  Madeline Grose, pre-    -while Mrs.   Betty  Merrick showed the the-mouth sweets.                                          The census seemed to be they had a'  sided over the March 11 meeting at which    clever favors which will ^be^ pteced on intestinal  fortitude,  to  be  seen  20 members were present   Bessie Baba    parents' trays forSt.Patrick: s Day They ^*���wSTwere quickly cleared to set  ' but stfll not believed. The gals then had  reported  a   paid,up  nmAotfaip of  27     had been made by several of the ladies. .^ ^^S^^g and queen of the ^ everyone up in a conga line, the Penn  with the newest member being Mrs, l_ee          The group ^ecided to defer an opinion Mardi gT^ King Jack Redman and his    Kings were ready to start the dancing  Scott.                                                              on  the  proposed  outfitted  bus  service honored queen, Ada Dawe, had the hard-    and with everyone on the floor the even-  Auxiliary member Marjorie Gibb was    pending further developments and dis- est j0_,_of, the evening, choosing the best ��� ing moved on in a lively way.   ,       -  reported to be convelescing nicely and    cussion.                                               �����>< costumes^ They rose sMUfUlly to the oc-"'      Looking after the spirit for the evening  expected to be back soon.                                  During the social hour Mrs.  Bessie ,'casion. '.Winners of the .most original cou-    were Sonny Benner and Gerry ^Preeborn,  Committee reports were presented, and    Clark, a long-time member, was honored, pie went mpst deservingly/to'King Nep-    assisted byMu^ey BennCT,\jMabel Mc-  Mrs. Grose read the latest co-ordinating    She and'her husband had recently celeb- tune and his flotsam and jetsam queen,    Dermid with Mrs. Bilke Steele handling  council report.                                               rated'their golden weddings anniversary, nonetheless then Commander Don Had-    sale of tickets for the bar.   -  The committee had the assistance olJes- den  and Hazel.  Their    costumes were ���      The ladies who worked in the kitchen  sie Naylor, Margaret Arbuckle, and Lil superb.                       ,                              /,  passing out the^ hot dishes were: Mrs.  Flumerfelt for the occasion. The best couples prize went to our    Celia Messner, Mrs. MoUie Smitii, Mrs.  ifferd  the following,  Ilur&eru  Jjtock:  -ft 5 ROSES'��� our selection  ft 10 ROSES ��� our selection    ft SINGLE ROSES ��� your selection   $10.00   $19.00    $2.25 ea.  No. 1 roses are difficult to obtain, we offer the above while  stock lasts ��� WE CARRY THE MOST POPULAR VARIETIES.  ft A good range of young EVERGREENS  ft FRUIT TREES, good selection, while stock lasts.  ft CAMELLIAS (many now in bloom) from $6.00 up  ft No. 1 RHODODENDRONS, good selection $3.00 ea.  ft FRENCH HYBRID LILACS, full range of colors; also  Common Lilacs.  **_*��*B  '*m  us to get  i%  Those attending the recent appreciation tea sponsored by hospital staff and  board enjoyed a pleasant afternoon. 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